Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 14, 1952
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wing 11VOL10


II Capt. Day Ends Tour '

Capt. McCaffree

Commanding OfficerNew

Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree will assume his new postas
Commanding Officer of Naval Air Station Jacksonville in
change-of-command ceremonies slated Friday afternoon at
1530. '
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Captain McCaffree will relieve
Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval .
Capt. Douglas T. Day who has District, with additional duty as
served as commanding officer of '
P n { g, 1Y Commanding Officer of NAS Jax.
x J NAS Jax since June 1950. Captain Station personnel will then pass
r Day leaves to assume command in review. .
of an overseas naval sta-
Native Of South DakotaIn

tion. the event of bad weather, .. I
Ceremonies Set the ceremony will be moved to '
After both Captain Day and his the Operations Department Han-

successor, Captain McCaffree, gar. '
conduct an inspection of ranks, The new commanding officer
NEW CO WELCOMED ABOARD-The Naval Air Station's new commanding: officer, Capt. '.
Captain will read his orders has just
Day tour
who officially tomorrow is given the traditional "wel completed a a*
BurnhanuC. McCaffree, (right), takes over ,
come aboard" by Capt. Douglas T. Day,. departing commanding officer. Captain Day has a new assignment and address a farewell messageto skipper of the aircraft carrier
overseas, while Captain McCaffree comes here after a tour of duty as skipper of the the officers and men. USS Wasp, which he put into
I carrier USS Wasp.Carrier Captain McCaffree will read commission in December of 1951.

I Act As "Trouble-Shooters" his orders directing him to as- He left the Wasp in July at Nice,
BLOOD BANK duti of mapdejNavy ance.
native of Canova, South Data
BOX SCORE 42 Selected To Serve anStation's Captain McCaffree is a 1929gj
N.mbn Q.ot. Times To duate of the Naval Academy.
Scheduled Met lowing graduation, he serveda
NARTU .... 7 371.4% Feature Jax In junior officer on the battle.

FAW 11._ 13 200.0% Shop Committees Next Issue ip, USS Idaho.
.. Fla Mil. Dist. S 120.0% Won Wings In 1931
NATTC 253 113.8% Navy Times newspaper will Ie entered flight training at
civilian have been designated committe
Forty-two employees
Administration .... 3 100.0% carry a special feature articleon S Pensacola in 1930, end was
.' Indus. Rela. .....__ 1 100.0% men to the station's fourteen Shop Committees by virtue of th\ Jacksonville Naval Air a arded his wings in April of

Dental _.... 1 100.0% stationwide-_ election- held. recently.- Station in it's August 16th issue 1. He then served with the
Operations _.._ 12 91.6% Notices have been issued by Overhaul and Repair Dept which Navy personnel in ed Rippers" of VF-5, now des.
Public Works 24 87.5% the Industrial Relations depart I Shop Committee No. 1-Margai the area won't want to miss. i nated as VF-ll, on the USS :
Res. Fleet _.._ 85 75.2% ment listing employees elected, J. Callahan, chairman, Mary Navy Times sent associate xington until 1934.
Spec. Servo 4 75M and providing for a period of Dunbar and Ruth C. Mund< editor John J. Ford to Jack aptain McCaffree put V6-5
ComFairJax 94 61.7% time for them to submit resignations members; Committee No. sonville to get this special commission on the battleshipsf
Marines 10 60.0% from the Shop Commit I. Willie E. Dobbs, chairman, Da i story. It will cover two pagesof the Atlantic Fleet In 1939.
Cecil Field 16 56.2% E. Kemp and Hiram H. VI the paper. It will be fully his was his first command post,
., Comm. _..._ 4: 50.0% tees should they not desire to Houten, members; CommitNo. illustrated with pictures of nd included battleships USS Ar-

Medical 1 50.0% serve. I 3James H. Wood, cha naval activities in the area. ansas, USS Texas, and USS New
Supply -=--- 27 48.1% An official recognition of the I man, William C. Snead end Re In this special feature, area 'ork.
... O&R 115 24.3% Shop Committees will be issued ert E. Boyer, members. personnel will read what the Served With FAW-11
_.._ 21 23.8% is in the
Hospital by the Commanding Officer after Committee No.Andrew i Navy doing Jacksonville He was operations officer of
Grn. C.. Spgs. 35 22.8% the expiration of this period. Beatty, chairman, Floyd area and how it does it. eet Air Wing 11 when it was
AIM .... 4 0.0% Koons and William S. Ferre The history of the installation, mmissioned in August 1912 at
Engineers __ 13 0.0% OF THE Station's fourteen members; Committee No. 5 the housing situation, recreation y West. In 1943 he reported to

Shop Committees, seven are Ado 1 p h A. Novak, chairm? facilities and other features aff, Commander-in-Chief (Ad-
will be covered.
within the Overhaul and Repair James B. Wright, Jr. and Rob At lease Turn to Page 3, Col. 5))
of the Timesare
FDR L. Wagner, members Comm Copies Navy
Department, four within the ;
Public Works Department, two tee No. 6-Aaron C. Thomps Exchanges now available aboard at the all station.Navy Iromotions! For

within the Supply and Fiscal (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 3? .
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Unloads Unit established Department as and the one MiscellaneousShop has been 1 Employeest

Committee to represent t 0 & R
employees in all other Station

At MayportOne departments.In Twenty-one Overhaul and Re.

accordance with election pair department employees were
of the Navy's biggest flat. procedure, the employee receive awarded "in-the-ranks" promo..
tops, the Franklin D. Roosevelt, ing the highest number of votesis t/ tions effective Monday. Comdr.
CVB-42, came within five miles designated as Chairman, and David W. Watkins, Jr., O & R
off Mayport last Friday after- the next two highest are designated 5 iI Production officer, announced
noon'and debarked Carrier Air as members. Vacancies on 5 the selections during a brief ceremony
Group 17. the committees are filled by .the last week.

For the past month, the ship employees receiving the next John J. McAndrews, William ,
with CAG-17 aboard conducted highest number of votes. L. Catrette and Alva R. Nichol:
operations in the Guantanamo o r advanced from Quarterman to

Bay area. Operating with the air WIIILE the resignation period Chief Quarterman.
group was VC-62 detachmentfrom has not expired, the following Promoted from Leadingmen to
Cecil Field. members were electedWeather :' Quartermen were Walter C. O'. I
Actually the carrier remainedin a g 1J Heir, Harold W. Robinson, Byron, 'j S
the Mayport area for only four Outlook M. Jones, Ralph E; Aaron, Henry !
.. B. Easterling and Arthur L. !
hours, just long enough to have .
the air group and VC-62 sent Friday-Broken cloudiness, occasionally Hargnett. \
ashore. overcast with scattered M Ralph B. Edwards, Albert C.
FOREIGN STUDENTS HERE-Comdr, Richard S. Stuart, ex- Keene, Foster C. Neff, Gaspard
The air group went aboard the morning and afternoon thun-
ecutive officer of NATTCenter of class
plots a curve
FDR in the latter 'part of June, dershowers. Winds variable, max the Information of four foreign naval flight officers attendingthe averagefor E. Lloyd, J. E. Gay, Dudley Boat. J
operating for two weeks; off the imum temperature 85-90. .offleers' course of the Center's Ordnance School. The officers wright, Willie M. Carlisle, Wit.
coast of Virginia and North Carolina Saturday-Partly cloudy, light wilt return to their respective countries on completion of the'ttnweek liam M. Barge, Ray C. Lindsey,
The unit arrived at Guantanamo southeasterly winds. Maximum course. Left to right are: Lt. (jg) Jose Vayente pf Portugal*, Bernard F. Kinn, Keter L..Bostta ,
Lt. (jg) GerardVan Wermeskerken of the Netherlands, Comdr. )
I) around July 8, and com temperature in the middle 90's. I Stuart Lt. (Oe) Rul Cesario of Portugal. and Lt. '(Jg)'Wllhemus and Joe West moved from !..lit'r ..

.< ,. menced carrier qualifications. Sunday-Same. Vaal of the Netherlands. >lit \' chanics to Leadingmen.
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Two lAX flTR. NEWS. .. IA... 11. t 1952
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*"* 42 Selected Takes Over As
Capt. Byng
JflfjJLfft4JJ3Published} (Continuel! from Page 1)

.... ,," ....... chairman, Bryan'H.. Cornwall,
Mario N. Diloreto, : Cecil
Station Jacksonville every Thursday Fla. for Navy activities at Naval Air Committee No. 7- member Commanding Officer

Whidden, chairman, James E.

Douglas T. Day NAS.........-JacksonvilleCapt. -.___...Commanding Officer Moon' and James A: Sdrrell,' Capt.John W. Byng relieved Comdr. William TI:Stevensas

Comdr. James H. Armstrong._.,.....__......____ ..,......Executive Officer members. i commanding officer of Naval Air Station Cecil' Field in .
Lt. Dave Barksdale....._.....____.Public' Information Officer .' a an impressive ceremony last- Saturday.- --.-- I ;
Fleet Air Jacksonville Prior to reading his orders directing \

Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison.............. ._._Commander PUBLIC WORKS department him to'assume commandof the USS Wyoming u itil 1938 .
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins__.....__.... Chief of Staff -Maintenance Division Lonnie Cecil Field Capt. Byng inspected when he returned as la patrol
Fleet Air Wing Eleven E. Hayes chairman, George A. the station personnel. plane jnstructor to NAg, Pensa-, i

Copt. Arthur S. Born ..,....__._.___.- __......... Commander MacKenzie and Chubb A. Geiger Comdr. Stevens cola. Capt. Byng served in patrol
Comdr.. Joseph T, Thornton._.........................._.. .Chief Staff Officer members. Transportation Divis- who has been squadrons until 1942 when he j\I
commanding officer for the
Naval Air Technical Training Center ion-Arthur W. Wilds, chairman, past I
Capt. Lester K Rice.._.. ......._..____._.Commanding Officer Osborne W. Aspinwall and two months will resume his "" p e y
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart ..?....--......................_..Executive Officer ClydeG. duties as executive officer 'of 'the
Hepline, members. Utilities station.
Naval Hospital
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton_.____.......____Commanding Officer DivisionJohnnie Lea v ins. Graduate of 1931
Capt. T. F. Weinert....._.___........_....... ...Executive Officer chairman Nathaniel R. Taylor Capt. Byng reported to Cecil
and Daniel E. Macon members.
Field from Fleet Airborne Electronics
Capt. Easton B. Noble....__.__._,. .... ...Commanding Officer Group IVb-Vernon H. 'Bare. -
Comdr. Anthony Trusso... .- ...Executive OfficerThe field chairman Lee K. Quinn Training Unit Pacific
where he has been commandingofficer
JAX AIR NEWS li published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station and Ethel M. Huffman. mem- for the past two-years.
Jacksonville. Florida I and printed commercially with l non-appropriated funds bers. .
lit no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS Pas Rev Following his graduation from
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the Supply and Fiscal Depart- the Naval in
Naval' Air Reserve Training Unit, Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Field, and Academy 1931
the U. S. Naval Hospital. ment-Group IVb Committee- Capt. Byng served aboard the

Editor-Andrew, H. Planey William G. Fudge, chairman, USS Detroit for two years as
Staff Members: Mary Bixiones JOSN; Dave Devroy SN; John John B. Hoffmann and GeorgeJ. Engineering and Gunnery Offi- <

Charvat, AN; Helen Harper.The --' Gahagan, members. GroupII In 1934 he received his '.' .
cer. wings '"
TAX AIR NEWS It a membec.of the Armed Forces Press Service
AFPS material appearing In this pub tt, rtion may not be reprinted withoutthe ; I and III Committee-John-. from Naval Air Station, Pensa- ;; : : --.. -,
written permission ot Armed Forces Press Seivlce. Republication of other : ,
Parsons chairman Frank Court J ,
matter except by service publications. Is prohibited without permission ol I cola, and then served aboard the '.':" '.,.
Editor. TAX AIR NEWS. ney and Thomas ,T. Clark Jr., USS Saratoga until reporting 1 ( .
Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extensions members. back to the Naval Academy in .-...-.-....-.. -.......
8184 and 216. I
Miscellaneous GroupWilliamH. 1935. There he served as end Capt. Byng '

Your Past, Piesent And Future Harden chairman, Security coach under Tom Hamilton i joined the Staff ComAirLant as

department Sidney J. Wilds Industrial (Rear Adm. retired) through Enlisted Personnel Officer.

Guide The Future By Your Present; i Relations and Mary H. the 1937 football season. Capt. Byng also served as ex.

: Selby Industrial Relations l Illustrious Career ecutive officer of the USS Core

Your Past Is Now Beyond Recall members. His next tour took him aboard and USS Kearsarge from 1944 .

through 1946. He then reported ...
(This is the fifth in a series of articles in connection with the as executive officer to NAS ---

service-wide program Protection of !Moral Standards). Patuxent, a post he held until ,

Capt. Julius C. Early, MC 1949. a
Your PAST, good or bad, is now beyond recall. For His last tour of duty, precedIng a

the vast majority of you who are only now approaching 1 r4t his command post at Com-

manhood your past covers a carefree childhood, and a brief .t r ra rairBetuPac, was as a 'student at

introduction to life through your associations in grammar the Air War College, Maxwell

school and high school. Whether you were born in marble F Air Force: Base. I

halls, or in a shack across the tracks, someone else has borne _

your burdens.

Your parents or.relatives have assumed the responsi-I ". _

bility for your food, shelter, clothing and the task of pro- '4q .MOVIES ,
viding guidance and inspiration during the formative years. I .: ,?T1 %\ #v* .f.fI

YOU ARE NOW removed from those protective and
guiding influences, except in so far as they have molded Thursday, August 14 .-'
character and influenced thinking. has
;your your

brought with it the privilege and responsibility of self-de- ___ .__._..____nnn__._________ _____ 'Pals of.. Golden.. West"Roy_ _Rogers'_
termination. CHECK TIME-Lt Garland Bell personnel officer of VP-745,
: Your PRESENT is yours alone. It is for you to deter= checks flight chart of the squadron at NARTU Jax. The squadron Friday, August 15
of "Weekend Warriors" is its annual cruise "'Rainbow
now on at the Round My Shoulder"_
mine whether you are to befcome an asset or a liability to local unit. Studying the chart are (left to right) James Bailey _. __ .... .Frankie Lame '
the Navy and your country.! Jr., ESCX;"I.edr. Francis Tally, commanding officer and John -' h.
Reynolds, ADEI. Both enlisted men won their wings during Saturday, August 16 i

AN UPBRINGING short of ideal is not a valid excuse WWII and are still flying with their squadron. "Sound Off" _.. Mickey Rooney \

for failure as a man; especially in America. Here, no man is Wanna Buy A Home? I Sunday, August 17 f P

chained to his past. Our history is replete with great men "We're Not Married" __._

of humble origin. >i .... ._. Marilyn Monroe

"I am the master of my fate, VA Points Out Loan Monday, August 18 ._ ... ..

I am the Captain of my Soul.) "The Big Sky"._.. Kirk Douglas

A wholesome, Christian upbringing is a responsibility Methods For VeteransWanna Tues. & Wed., Aug. 19-20

to live up to; an humble one, a challenge. "The Merry Widow" __....m.. .._

YOU WHO NOW stand upon the threshold of the fu- buy a home? of the sales ...-_ _,_,.'_.'__. Lana TurnerNATTCENTER
ture must take care to evaluate the factors which will influence The Veterans Administration 000.cess price over $10- I

your life. A drunken, licentious, weekend ashore recently explained the down pay-
Thursday, August
be considered the of behaviour those ofyou Example: Sales price of homeis
may acme manly by ment requirements for veterans .
$8,000, the minimum down "One Minute To Zero" _u _____
whose maturity has not kept pace with your years. who are considering purchasing a .. ... Robert Mitchum
payment is $380 ($280 plus $100)) .m.
Jlowever sober reflection this cannot but
even among home with a government loan. Friday, August 15
reveal the inadequacies, and dangers of such behavior for under bracket "A" of payment .
There are four methods of "Sound Off _.. Mickey Rooney
procedure. If closing fees
future husbands and fathers. Remember, you will choose loans since credit are
computing con-
I I Saturday, August 16
$200, the transaction price be-
wife from the girls with whom associate.One. .
your among you trols were relaxed June 11; 1952: "Rainbow Round My Shoulder"
.comes $8,200and the maximum
.does not have to be a sanctimonious sourpuss to I I .___.. .. __ Frankie Laine
loan is arrived at by deductingthe h
live clean respectable life in the full realization and ac-
a ,
1. Veteran loans for repairs, required down payment of I Sunday, August 17
moral standards and values. Such realizationand
ceptance a 'To The Shores .. ._
improvements and alterations $380 from $8,200, which sets the i of Tripoli" -
acceptance is as necessary for character building as where the cost is $2,500 or less. maximum permissible loan at _. .._._ John Payne
and is for building. Both
adequate study preparation career No cash payment is required. $7,820. Mon. & T ues., Aug. 1819'We're

are prerequisites to a useful and satisfying life, whether in :. Government loans for S SS Not Married" _.._..... _

or out of the Service. ___........ Monroe
houses ranging in price from $2- 4. Sales price of home is more .Marilyn .
501 to $7,000. Closing fees in this than $12,000. Four brackets are Wednesday, August 20 y '
YOUR FUTURE, then, is more dependent upon your
"The _._ Kirk
Big Sky" Douglas
in cash. involved in this
price range must be paid category.a .
PRESENT than your PAST. The course you take today will
But in no case will the required More than $12,000 but not NAVAL HOSPITAL
determine whether your life will be a satisfying and usefulone
minimum cash payment exceed more than $16,000, the minimum Thursday, August 14 a
; or wrecked by indolence, licentiousness and immorality.The .
four percent of the sales price. down payment is $900 plus 55 "Dreamboat".Clifton Webb
strength of our nation depends upon the strength
3. Loans for houses where the percent of excess of transaction Friday, August 15
of character and morality of its youth.
sales price is more than $7,000 price over $12,000. "Son of Ali Baba" _._.._
strength is the strength of ten
"My as
Because my heart is pure." but not more than $12,000. Mini- b. More than $16,000 but not _.........._......Tony Curtis
mum down payment is computedtwo more than $21,000 minimum is Sat. & Sun., Aug. 16-17

Catholic ways: $3,100 plus 57 percent of excess "One Minute To Zero" __....__

rfC DIVINE ,1)\ 0800-0900-Mass, St. Edward's over $16,000. / __...;.Robert Mitchum ,
: Chapel. a: If sales price is more than Monday, August 18

{ )) 1000-Mass, St. Edward's Chapel. $7,000 but not more than $10- e. More than $21,000 but not 'To The Shores of Tripoli"_

SERVICESProtestant 0645-Mass at Hospital Chapel. 000 the minimum down paymentis more than $25,000, the minimum ___....._.... _John Payne
Mormon $280 plus 10 percent of the ex- down payment is $5,950 pjus 70 Tuesday, August 19

1930 NATTC $7,000.b. of over 21000. "Rainbow Round My Shoulder"
Thursday; Chap- cess sales price over percent excess .
0830-Morning Service All Saints 1 ;laip's Office.btian If sales price is more than d. For transaction prices over ...___Frankle Laine

. Chapel. Science $10,000 but not more than $12- $25,000 the minimum down pay- Wednesday, August 20

0915-Naval Hospital ChapeL. "at NATTC Chap- 000 the minimum down paymentIs ment is 35 percent of the transaction "We're Not Married" _...__

1045-All Saints Chapel. s Office. $580 plus 16 percent of the ex- price.-(AFPS). _Marilyn Monroe _, 4


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I 14 August 1952 :fAX AIR NEWS Page Three 1

4 Births .' Capt. McCaffree f :
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Listed below are the births as : miral E. J. King) and was in t

reported by the Naval Hospital charge of the sea frontier desk..

for the period July 18 to July When the 10th Fleet (ASW) was I
30. commissioned, he became air op-

Seamen John H. Hendersonand erations officer of that fleet r

.... Mr.. Bessie L. Henderson, a In August of 1944, the new CO .
son, weighing 6 lbs., 13W ozs., on took command of the USS Gua- ,
July laf. .; A, lBI AlLL ,A Yi7 fFTFR 1htT 1k 4rAtY "T/lC '' ,f we i+ : dalcanal (CVE-60)), and was also I

.. AviajUon Electronics Technician trici in command of a HunterKillerTask
First j Class Ward H. Oliver Group of six destroyers in '

and J'/lrs. Lyda L. Oliver, a son, the Atlantic.

Wei i / ing 6 lbs., 4 ozs., on July Next came service with Air

18. r Support Control Units, Pacific in

eoman Seaman Michael P. 1945 and following VJ-Day was

Dyer and Mrs. Alice I. Dwyer, assigned as liaison officer to the

a,.'son, weighing 6 Ibs., 10 ozs., Army B-29 Command on Guam.

'>n July 18. From November 1945 to July 1947

""fireman{ Robert F. Toso and it was duty on the Staff of Com-

I frs. Carolyn J. Toso, a daughter, mander, Mariannas.

:"weighing 7 lbs., 8% ozs., on-July In September 1947, he reportedto

'19. GUIDE TO SAFETY-In case you have been wondering; about those signs set along the road- the Office of Chief of Naval
'_- Ensign. Leonard Temkin and sides at NAS ala Burma Shave it is part if the current "Don't Be lIaaalf Safe" campaign. The Operations. This tour lasted until
Mrs. Selma Temkin, a son, slogan above, which reads: "A Drink A Thrill, A Terrible Spill, And After That, A Deathly Still- July 1950. Captain McCaffree,
weighing 5 lbs., 4% ozs., on July Drive Safely", is just one reminder for military and civilian drivers to be safety conscious. from August 1950 until June
1- __. _
19. Traffic Violations 1951, was a student at the Indus-
Aviation Ordnanceman Second trial College of the Armed

Class Theodore R. Conant and 95 Motorists Face Traffic Court Forces, Washington, D. C.

Mrs. Lucy I. Conant, a daughter, Capt. Day Here Two Years

weighing 7 lbs., 3 ozs., on July When Captain Day took over
Ir Co. 21. For Violations In Less Than Week (By Armed Forces Press Service) his duties as Commander Naval

Personnelman Seaman RobertD. QUESTIONS Air Bases, Sixth Naval District,

Gallina and Mrs T. with additional
Mary duty as com-
Ninety-five motorists ran afoulof C. A. Sistrunk, CS2, reckless 1. If you visited an apothecary
Gallina, a eon, weighing 6 Ibs., manding officer of NAS Jax, the
station traffic regulations driving, driving under the in- what would you most likely
2 ozs., on July 21. Navy was engaged in a curtail-
the from 25 fluence of intoxicants purchase from him?
during period July ; car restricted -
Airman Earl W. Johnston Jr. ment it went
program as on a
2. What is an entomologist?
to July 31.Penalties. for 5 days.
and Mrs. Geraldine M. Johnston, peacetime status.A .
3. Where did the Holstein
a daughter, weighing 9 lbs., 6 ranging from warn- W. E. Smith, speeding, im- cow graduate of the Naval Acad-
21. ings to 30 days restriction of car proper parking; warning.D. originate? in 1924 received
ozs., on July emy Captain Day -
In did"Frankenstein"
4. the original
.. '. Chief Aviation Ordnanceman were meted out to this largest L. Foulk, AD2, Failed to story, his wings in 1929 from NAS
... group of violators in months. stop for stop sign, speeding; 5 have any pecu-
Carl J. Heiss and Mrs. MargaretL. Pensacola. During World War II
liar physical characteristics?
\eiss, a son, weighing 8 Ibs., Listed below are the traffic days restriction of car and driv- 5. The prefix "Fitz" is foundon he was awarded the Distinguished -

.. 11 ozs., on July 21. court penalties from July 25 to ing privileges, (suspended for 6 many names. Does it have any Flying Cross while participating -

.. Machine Accountant Third i July 31. months). particular meaning? as Commander, Patrol Squadron -

Class Robert J. Tester and Mrs. J. J. Kubacki, AO1, Improper 6. Everyone knows what "dou- 51 in the Aleutian Islands

Madalyn Tester, a daughter, parking; faulty equipment; Giv- S. D. Anderson, speeding, reck- ble-cross" means. What is the campaign. Later, he commandedthe

weighing 8 lbs., 11/4 ozs., on en 3 days to have car repaired or less driving; warning. meaning of "double-entendre?" Naval Air Station at Vero

July 22. restriction from station.C. W. T. Hall, ADI, speeding, (Answers on Page 8, Col. 2) Beach; Fleet Air Wing 9; the car-
AviationElectrician I Third J. Spurgeon, AN, Speeding; failed to stop for stop sign; 5 rier escort vessel USS Cruz; and

Class Henry O. F. Long and Mrs. faulty equipment; car restrictedfor days restriction of car and driv- yers, AM3; C. R. Moran, AT3; Fleet Air Wing 11.

Dorthy M. Long, a daughter, one week.B. ing privileges, (suspended for 3 W. Smith, AA; C. W. Echols, AN;

weighing 7 lbs., 12% ozs., on C. Baillie, AA, Speeding inno months). S. S. Alexander, Jr., AD2; B. A. restriction of car, (suspendedfor

'I ... July 22. passing :zone; car restrictedfor D. T. Floyd,. ADC, failedvto stop Barnes, Lt. K. Cummings; D. L. 6 months).

Boatswain's Mate Second Class one week. for stop sign, speeding; 5 days Ingerson; L. L. Clay, AOC; A. J. Lt. (jg) R. L. Henderickson;
car'and Landrum; J. H Howell, AN; R, one week restriction of car, (sus-
Sam Goode, Jr. and Mrs. Virgie S/Sgt. J. E. Browne, Jr., Speed, restriction of driving
L. Goode, a daughter, weighing ing," failure to stop for stop sign; privileges; (suspended for 3 A. Duckett, AN; E. O. Tarmey, pended for 3 months).
AD1 J. D. Mullins RMN2 H. Lt. R. L. Robinson; one week
; ;
restricted from station ( months).
8 Ibs., 7 ozs., on July 22. car
F. Andrykowski, AN; R. D. restriction of car, (suspendedfor
CharlesJ. for 3 months). E. Harward, Failed to stop for
Lieut. ( grade)
junior Cherry, ADI; D. B. Sunde, AMI; 3 months).
Youngblede and Mrs. ShirleyC. M/Sgt. J. T Congleton, Speed stop sign, speeding; warning.
H. C. Hornsby, AN; M. W. Whit- T/Sgt. H. R. Gull, 10 days re-
ing, faulty equipment; 3 days to The following persons were
Youngblade a daughter
aker AEC R. Turcotte AOC W. striction of car and driving priv-
; ;
repair car, car restricted for one given warning for improper
lbs. 11V4
weighing 6 ozs., on ileges. \. .
t week, (suspended for 3 months), parking. C. Ward, A02; D. H. Langston,
July 22.Seaman. B. R. Lentz AMI L. L. Con. A DAN and R. J. Lemonde, J. D. Baietto, HM3; 15 days
Ellison and
Floyd "L" ,
1 restriction of car and driving
Mrs. Ellison, a daughter, weigh.'J SFC J. B. Dick, Speeding, I YNSN. privileges, (suspended for 6
6 Ibs. 7 la July 24. reckless driving; car restrictedfor PromotedTo
ing ozs., on 53 months).
Penalties were given to the
2 weeks, (suspended for 3
Seaman Pierre R. Carter and
C. S. Young, HMC 20 days
months). I following for improper parking, ; restriction -
Mrs. LaVerne E. Carter, a S/Sgt. E. J. Brasheas, Speed E-3 Rate P. Giovannini, ADAN, ten daysto of car, (suspended for
4 daughter, weighing 7 lbs., 7 ozs., 3 months).
repair car or (sus-
ing, reckless driving, car restricted -
on July 24.Aviation. Successfully completing the W. E. Miller, AA one week
for 2 weeks, (suspendedfor pended for months). ; re-
Machinist's Mate first step towards the coveted striction of car (suspended for
3 months). H. F. Braasch, AN, third of- ,
Third Class Kenneth R. Rider
D. R. Sewel AA Involved in crow, fifty-three Navy apprentices fense; 30 days restriction of car 6 months).
B. Rider .
and Mrs.
Mary a son, attached to the Naval Air and driving privilege.A. .
accident, faulty equipment; car
weighing 8 lbs., 14 ozs.on July restricted for 2 weeks, (suspended Station will be advanced to Pay F. McCormick, HM3; 5 daysto PFC B. L. Howell; two week
24. Grade E-3 on August 16. restriction of car.
repair car or restriction.A. .
for 6 months).
Aviation Machinist's Airman
C. L. Loudenslager, AN, Im- Personnel Officer's Memoran- A. Williams, AN; 15 days J. W. Kerse, vehicle restrictedfor
Fred C. Miller and Mrs. Mary F.
2 weeks (suspended for 3
parking faulty equip- dum No. 47-52 lists 32 successful restriction of driving privilege, ,
Miller a daughter, weighing 6 proper ,
ment warning.G. candidates for airman, 15 for sea- (suspended for 6 months). months).
Ibs., 10 ozs., on July 24. ;S. Barnes, ATI, Speeding man, 4 stewardmen end 2 fire- The following penalties were W. R.McFalls, ADC; one week

Seaman Harvey E. Lottman in housing area, driving another I men, as a result of the examination given for the offense of speeding. restriction of car, (suspendedfor

and Mrs. Helen L. Lottman, a man's car without written per- l taken Tuesday, August 5. J. E. McManaway, AN; 30 days j jw 3 months).
daughter, weighing 4 Ibs., 9 ozs., PFC O. A. Wheland; one week
mission; referred to CO for ac-
on July ..25.Private restriction of car, (suspendedfor
First Class Stephen P. tipn.P.. 11 3 months.
A. Watkins, DTG2, Speeding -
Koren and Mrs. Ethel M. Koren, J. A. Hollis, SA; one week re-
inattentive driving, car restricted -
a son, weighing 8 lbs., 3 ozs., on striction of car, (suspended for
for 20 days end loss of
July 26. 3 months,).
driving privilege, (suspended for
Torpedoman First Class John Ens. J. R. Pilcon; 15 days restriction -
6 months).
'. Umrysz and Mrs. Irene W. of car, (suspended for

Umrysz, a son, weighing <6 lbs., Aviation i Boatswain's Mate 3 months).

11 ozs., on,July 26. First Class Richard Groth and The following persons received

Aviation Metalsmith Chief I Mrs. Aloyza M. Grotha warnings for speeding, E. R.

James E. Cochrane and Mrs. daughter, weighing 6 Ibs., 4 czs. h i Lambert; CHGUN F. B. Owen;

Annie Ruth Cochrane', a daughter Airman Apprentice Allen D. :i Lt. J. F Buescher; W. H. Clinton,

weighing 8 lbs., 13 ozs., on July Lamkin and Mrs. Lois A. Lam- ACRM; V. A. Payton, AD2; and

27. kin, a daughter, weighing 6 Ibs., Lt. C. E. Rau.

Aviation Ordnanceman Second 13 ozs., on July 29. Faulty equipment brought

Class Darrell D. Carlberg and Corporal Frank D. Sineath, Jr. warnings to R. Thomas, FA and

4. Mrs. Vera R. Carlberg, a and Mrs. Dora F. Sineath; a son, S/Sgt. R. J. Brunner.

daughter, weighing 6 Ibs., 7',4 weighing 6 lbs., 8% ozs., on C Y _____ .,... S SS

ozs., on July 27. July 29.Chief. Warnings were given to the

Aviation Metalsmith Second Steward Honotre Oliva __ ,, ,_._._ .. _. .." '.__w" ..,....,....."...-. .....- following for failure to stop for
Class Hugh A. Farris end Mrs. and Mrs. Bland ina -A. Oliva, a SAFETY AWARD TO CECIL-Capt. Douglas T. Day (center), stop signs, Ens. R. T. VanDrop;

Carolyn G. Farris, a son, weigh- daughter, weighing Ibs., on NAS commanding officer and Commander, Naval Air Bases, G. R. Nash, AT2; M. R. Smith;

ing 8 Ibs., 4 ozs., on July 28. July 29.Airman. Sixth Naval District, presents two safety awards ,issued by the Pvt H. P. Watson; W. ,E. Miller,
Chief Steward Teddoro F. William VonDerlleide Secretary of the Navy to Comdr. William M. Stevens executive AA; T. E. ByIngton, AA; H. W
officer of Cecil Field. The awards for industrial and motor
Taitano and Mrs. Isidora Taitano, and Mrs. Doris J. VonDerHeide, j are Rutherford, AEAN; W. L. Me.
vehicle safety, presented annually to commands that meet safety
a daughter, weighing:. 7 lb&. 2Ji a son, weighing 7 lbs., 9 ozs., on standards established by the Navy. NAS Jai is due for similar Glauthern, UN; A. W. Merkey,

'ozs., on July 29,.' July 30. awards, it has been announced. (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5)r
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'M:< .t. ,\, ..
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The softball game originally

'" scheduled for last weekend with

Pensacola has been cancelled .'

due to wet grounds. The te.am arrived -

here Friday night b;at departed

soon afterwards mUch to r -

,r) everyone's disappointment,,\ I

Jax Navy Waves will travel to

Pensite this coming weekend\for

a twin bill against the WaWes .

from Whiting and Corry Fiel Is.
This will be their last battle t

OVEL SAFETY DEVICE-A trailer bed equipped with a novel safety device that can easily save a pilot's life and a possible the year
crash has been devised by Richard M. Williams, AM-1, of NAS Operations. The trailer (right) Is equipped with two Very Pistol flare .

guns, shown at right behind wind screen. The runway watch, (left) who will wear a bright shirt stands before the screen as he Wedding bells are really chim-
It waves signal panels. If the pilot of incoming plane fails to catch signal that plane's wheels are not down, the watch merely stepson
pedal (center) that in a lIfe-snlng split second fires warning flares down the runway: Thomas Altman, AOAN, of VP-3 waves ing this month-latest prospec-
i in a plane at left. In center photo are Maurice Vance, AMAN, who tries the safety pedal and on right is Richard Williams, AM-1 who tive brides 'are: Evelyn Spinckenwho

devised the trailer. is presently on leave in
r Long Island, N. Y.| Teresa Bal-
-Waves Favorite
Selection Board Meets boni will walk the aisle in a

t To Select Commanders NAVY LIFE AGREEING WITH I week or so and Cy Kidd from
NATTC tied the knot last week.

Washington (AFPS) A line AGING BUT ALERT SCHENLEY Lucy Josey Anderson, Alice
selection board is convening to
is still around I Stearns and Barbara Kemp ere
recommend commanders on ac- Schenley ter she her dessert three
i gets FROM
being processed for release to rejoin
In don't know who
tive duty for temporary promo- case you biscuits she down the
I" dog races J I
tion to captain, the Navy an- Schenley is, SHE is the Waves passageway and goes to the HERE AND THERE1st the civilian ranks. Taking
canine mascot, and we might add their place on barracks 722's ros-
If is aroundto
I quarterdeck.
: that although she is getting old no one WAC: I don't know how ter are Frances Blaker, PH3
commanders include the door she
Eligible as far as dogs go, she still gets open makes use football teams ever get clean. who reported for duty from San
those who have five or moreyears' I of her vocal cords until someone
around. 2nd WAC: Silly, what do you Diego and Barbara Hill, from
service in grade as of June, grants her wish. And then-.
r Getting a woman to pose for a suppose they have scrub teams Bainbridge.
1953. I Liberty! .
photograph usually presents no: for?
A report from another selection problem but no amount of coax- Bergman former CMAAT( ),

board which recommended' ing, dog biscuits or promises of Sgt.: I really married a vol- will be relieved as an MAA by

30 captains for temporary pro good things to come would make cano. Katherine Fasci, who becomes I
motion to admiral has been .fi ...
rear the latest member of the master-
Schenley leave her hideaway, a Cpl.: How's that?
P approved by the President.Savings cool isolated spot under the bar- S.'A Sgt.: My wife fumes, belches at-arms force. Bergie will]) report-.,

racks, amid assorted pipes, cob- j' '' x N and spits fire. to Supply for a billet. Louise .

webs and other miscellaneous Downing returned from leave .

Stamps. items. Eventually, force was used q r. I, Social Worker. Will you donate and assumed duties of CMAA
and she was removed bodily into once again.
something to the Old Ladies
: Will Admit Tots the barracks where a picture was Home? Congratulations to the follow-

taken. Chief: Sure. Take my mother- ing Waves who advanced a pay
in-law. grade last week: Seamen Beverly -
To NAS Movies
LITTLE IS known of &hen- Ballard and Ruby Smith; Air-

ley's ancestry but it is safe to men "Tilt" Bergman, Alice Howe
Children of military and non- I Lady (to photographer): "1don't
rr, say that she ic of the curmutt Marge Spillane, and Dot tIe I
; military personnel attached to like these photographs.They .
breed. She is tan and the Thomas.
the various commands of the Naval years just don't do me justice." ,
have treated her gently with NATTC latest ANP
Air Station will be treated to u Photographer: "Lady, you don't reports )
flecks of white, or it it salt? Her students: Shirley Quinn from
special movie programs at the & 7Really want justice, you want mercy ,
Naval Air Technical Training exact age is unknown but spec Y Bernard, Iowa; Evelyn Bopp

ulation amounts to nine years. Kettleman City, Calif., Joan
Center theatre.
She has been aboard the Naval Tip: Money doesn't growon Lynch, Tenafly, N. J., Lavonna

The Special Services department Air Station since the first groupof sprees. Johnson, Eagan, III,Mary Smith..

of NATTCenter has arranged Waves arrived here. myer, Altoona, Pa., Erma Clark
this entertainment to stimulate An the Tourist: "Many big fish in this
investigation brought Balekow, Md., Cathleen O'Brien,
an interest by children to family skeleton out of the closet put of the country?" Spokane, Wash., end Cathleen
buy Savings Stamps. real is '''N", v ", _w Native: "Many big fish? Why, (
I recently. Schenley' name Peterson, St. Paul, Minn.
not generally known, but her license is all this -I we don't allow boys and small .
It will offer an opportunity for I clearly spells the letters I'So Schenley, Waves men around here to baita, hook

them to save for their future, teems to feel about the matter, unless they're tied to a tree."
end at the same time enjoy doing G-w-e-n-d-o-l-y-n.. as Joyce Bittner PN3, helps AOB( ) School t
I her pose for photo. I :
it.Lt. .
LIVING with the Waves for "That girl you were out with

Fred T. Marconi Special such a long time, the mascot has Barracks home since 722 has she been first reported Schenley'i I" last night was. sure ugly, wasn't I Class leaderor 1.

Services officer at NATTC, stated assumed their tasks .as her own. I she?"
for with the Waves and :
that the first of the series will be She's yet to miss a Captain's Inspection duty "Ugly? Man, when a snake gets Gets Award
with time in rate, it would comeas
shown Saturday, August 16 at and although not prop- drunk, he sees her."
0930. Doors will be open at 0900 erly attired in the uniform-of- no surprise if she became the I I Kenneth B. Collins, AOC, was
third chief of the barracks. Thatis
and admission will be with the the-day, she's managed to keep A the awarded a commendation for his II
if examination woman was owner
purchase of a lOe or 25c Savings her liberty card. I can pass of a four-family flat. When the I I performance as outstanding class

Stamp. I Schenley does own a uniform I leader in the Aviation Ordnance
owner took the witness stand, the
I I (B) School Class recently graduated
with a first class canine rate, I
Mother: Do you like your new attorney began:
Each program will be one of I' eligible for two hash marks. nurse, Junior? 'What is your occupation?" at NATTCenter.The .

variety, consisting of cartoons, Several acts of misbehavior have Junior: No I don't. I'd like to I I "I," announced the owner, "am commendation, presentedby

comedies, sport shorts and a feature prevented her from earning the I pinch her like Daddy does. a flat head." Lt. Edward H. Rouen, Train-

picture. Good Conduct Mark. Among ing officer of the AOB School, .

For the benefiit of those who : these molesting young birds read as follows:

do not have a Savings Stamps : while the mother is off searchingfor 'Upon your graduation from

book, they will be available at food; snapping at a sailor the Aviation OrdnancemanSchool

the box office of the auditorium, I when,he brought his date home the Training officer de-

Building 563, with the purchase I, late one night and chasing little sires to commend you for your

of the first stamp. squirrels. outstanding performance of dutyas
a class leader. a

.' APPEARANCES belie Schen- w at x ,y y t c "Through your constant atten'r

MarineCorporalTops ley's energy. She would have one tion to details, your untiring efforts -

believe that she has reached the your cheerful obedience
AO School
stages of old age but you shouldsee : and excellent leadership you .

Graduates her race after a bird or S have proved to be the outstanding .

squirrel. There's plenty of life class leader in this school
Cpl. James M. Smith topped I
in the old girl yet! during the past year.
41 other members of the Aviation
Schenley'i typical day consistsof "In the performance of your

Ordnance School grad rising at the first call of rev- dE duty as a class leader you have,
uating class last week to become
ielle, greeting the girls on their contributed much to the successof
the of his class. '
top man
way to work as they pass her your class, and you have seta
Jim the 14 weeks
bed on the quarterdeck Then fine example for future class
of instruction with
course an she takes her morning constitu- leaders." -

88.15 average.He tion, walking a mile or so before Chief Collins will return this .
the Marines in
returning to the barracks. The _.,__, ....... _...vvo'--. __ duty station in San Diego
December 1951 and completed remainder of the day is pleasantly this week. .-/ .
basic training at Parris Island, loafed away. GAINS COMAfENDATION-Kenneth B. Collins AOC receives 4S \

S. C. He is presently waiting the evening the mascot can a commendation letter from Lt. Edward II. Rouen, officer-In- A bachelor is.a man who did- :
reassignment in replacementduty In charge of the Aviation Ordnance 'B" School at NATTCenter, I I
n't have when he in
be found ,lying in wait for her during recent reremonies. Chief Collins was awarded the com- a ear. was
overseas.J supper in topside east Ming. Af- mendation for his outstanding work as a class leader. college. r'' "',\ '('
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14 VP-741 Reportcouting CREDIT UNION


QUESTION: Who Is eligible to

I VF14tophatters one, of the crew member when borrow money from the Jax

, > of VF-U were John' Payne, AD2, began airing Navy Federal Credit Union?

I '.' group of 70 Navy men Italian arias down the Grand Ca ANSWER: Any employee whose
: he Sixth Fleet to make the week- K R.i Sw application for membershiphas
e nal. Most restful spot of the M
.. 1 ". i ilgrimage of Navy men to long trek, according to Joe Moon- been approved by the
es, France on July 3 which
+ Board of Directors.
AL3 was Pisa, where both
Jian, ,
. ; ni nine days later. They were crews rested on North Italy's Daytona QUESTION: How many sharesof

\ J, Kotsis, AD1, and John Beach or traveled to Florenceon stock must a member haveto

at tty, ADI.h the "Autostrata," a superhighway be eligible to borrow money?

. ., the Stars and Stripes at I rivaling anything in the ANSWER: One or more shares of
ead of their column they stock entitles a member to all
( "states.
A with 20,000 other pilgrims Those individuals who will take the benefits of the Credit Un
of the Blessed ion.
an the .first leaves when VP-741 returns
L .e nent. to Jacksonville are already SHARPSHOOTERS Imposing QUESTION: How much can a

"' .. ching the end of the pro- forming their plans. Everett "Pap. 0ir4 array of aerial ordnance member borrow from the Cred.
4'' t in this
talent is gathered groupof
.::' II ;"" rt a Guard of Honor was py" Brock, AMSC, one of them, pilots of VF-101 from NAS it Union?

( d at the steps of the Basilid intends to go fishing but won't Cecil Field, who recently received ANSWER: The status of a member

as the Bishop lifted the tell where while Lt. Jack Colsen an overall score of 'out affects borrowing capacity

1; ranee in Benediction, all to has described a fishing hole for 4\ standing"ercises. Front In rocket-firing row (left ex-to es follows: (1)) Permanent employees
in salute
were "big ones" near Ocala. Tom Bour- right) are: Ensign Tom Pickett; may borrow $200 on

Eucharistic God. rie, ADE1, plans only to "lie easy" Lt. (jg) Lee Koett; Lcdr. their signature, $300 requirestwo
duo also took part in the and soak up the Florida sun., k t George Mahler III, squadronCO co-makers, and each $100
which ended Lcdr. Jim Mayo; Lt. (jg)
ight procession ; .
ti to maximum of $500
Swiming in the beautiful, blue Wach more a requires
Jim Hayes and Joe
Hour and then Mid-
Holy Mediterranean is very popular with ter. Rack row: Lt. (jg) Bill an additional co-maker.
nigh ,Mass. The following morning VP-741 personnel these warm I Davis; Lt. (jg) Jeff King; Lt. (2)) Indefinite employees may

J r '.. at 0830 saw them at morn- summer days and the island's dimensions John Stetson; Lt. (jg) Reid borrow up to the maximum of
: Neumann Lt. (jg) Julius Arnold
which ;
Mass was
ing of four by seventeen s and $500, but must have two or
Lt. Leroy Skelley
James C. Connolly, 3,> ;
Chaplain miles makes the trips to swimming Ensign Van Eisemann.At more co-makers for any
OP of the USS Wasp at the Grotto holes short ones. left is Lt. (jg) Davis who amount. ((3)) Military personnelwho
of Our Lady of Lourdes. with lowest
Due to the geological structure led sharpshooters are members may borrow
The Mass was offered for the average foot-error in rocket-
only the amount they have on
of the rock formatIons there are
repose of the souls of all Navy few beaches but easily found spots : firinir. deposit, but will receive full
who were lost aboard I
personnel with sheer drop-offs of 20 to 30 is dividends on any shares they
the USS Hobson during its fatal CPO Notes
i own.
feet, making diving safe and easy.
with few :
.. collision the Wasp a
.... weeks before.. One has to get to the club earlyon All loan applications are sub.
"" ; Be Fleet RecordPilots the of the
May ject to approval
That evening the NaVy pilgrims Tuesday nights to get a
slowly marched the Pyrenees for Bingo. The size of the cash Credit Committee. All co-ma

." ... past the Grotto making the Way I Of VF-101,Waste No Time II prizes, consolation prize and kers Credit must Union be, except members those of the authorized

'. of the Cross as the last official j jackpot prize make Bingo night

\ act of their pilgrimage.The I I In Attaining 'Outs;landing' Mark I attractive. The price is only $1.00 mittee. by the Credit Com

public demonstration of per card which can be played in

Catholic faith could only be seen Newly organized and rolling in Bringing in the "excellent 116 games. QUESTION: Why are members

at Lourdes, and to witness this I The club welcomes M/Sgt. obligated to purchase'additional
high gear are pilots of VF-101 at I scores were Lt. (jg) Julius Ar stock when
shares of they
'.;, was a thrill to all as they re- Jeff Lt (jg;) Jack Creek to his newly appoint.
Cecil Field, who have within I nold; Lt. (jg) ; have borrowed un-
turned to their ships with a lasting Reid Neumann and Ensign Van ed position as chairman of the money on
three months of inauguration, established paid loans?
memory of Lourdes. entertainment committee.The .
A Eisenmann.
record of"outstanding"
:, .' an committee has come up ,ANSWER: At its first meeting,
in recent rocket- *
VP-741 with another hillbilly dance for the Board of Directors set the
firing exercises. In a celebration held at Ceci
at Athens, Venice, that all members who
Stops Cyprus Field shortly alter the exercise, this'Saturday and threw in some policy
Pisa highlights: Nine of the thirteen pilots competing have borrowed shall be
Madrid and were Lcdr. Mahler gave credit to the< nice prizes for best costumes. money
.. on the schedule VP-741's Crew compiled such good scores members The management has now pro- obligated to purchase addition.
different squadron ,
Four, guided by Comdr. Doug Ep- that they received the rating of "Maintenance line and vided the "exclusive" breakfast al shares of stock until their
saying, ,
Marvin Howard, "outstanding. The four, remain- loans repaid in full. As
person, ordnance joined forces to keep; club with a special menu for are
ADC, M plane captain, and Crew ing received a grade of "excel.lent" the planes available for flight and their week-end mornings. Mem- members pay installments on

Three, piloted by Lt. M. "Boots" so close to "outstanding"that ready to fire. Administrative personnel bership in the breakfast club is their loans, they must pay an

'. Shaw, and Joe Binns, ADE1, for the squadron was the first in worked so efficiently as tc limited to those chiefs who are additional 50c weekly, which
followed during the area to receive that grade. week-end amount shall be applied towardthe
( plane captain, leave the officers unfettered bj; able to rise early on
t their recent Mediterranean Fa"i administrative detail, g I v i n g g mornings and make an appear- purchase of a $5.00 shareof
miliarization Flight. The score received may well bea ance. stock.
them an opportunity to concen
t The singing gondoliers in Ven- fleet record. It is now being ascertained trate on aerial practice. With the The meetings usually turn intoa This is not to be confused with

"i ice were reportedly outdone by as to whether or not competitive zeal and efficient good show and it's certainly the 1% interest rate on the

any squadron has ever topped teamwork already displayed, we worth a try. Why not come on unpaid balance, but is an addi-

., this mark. shall go forward to meet new out next Saturday morn. tional investment in stock for

New Skipper. Leading the record breaking challenges and overcome new obstacles I The luncheon special, served them. This policy was adoptedin

rocketeers was Lt. (jg) Bill Da- in the manner which yot daily from 1130 to 1300, is the en effort to prevent mem-

For VC-62 vis, followed by Lt. LeRoy Skel- have demonstrated today." I I bers from borrowing large

ley; Lcdr. George Mahler, III, the ---.. a 1FPK sums, with only one share of

squadron skipper Lcdr. Jim stock to their credit and withno
j Composite Squadron 62, the ; ,
only carrier-based photo reconnaissance Mayo; Lt. (jg) John Stetson; Lt Air Group Four intention of purchasing. additional

(jg) Lee Koett; Ens. Tom J. Pick- shares.
squadron in the U. S.
Atlantic Fleet received a new ett; Lt. Joe Wachter, and Lt. (jg) Now A Unit Of
Jim Hayes. answer to the wishes of many
.' last week when Comdr. I
.. skipper hiefs. The club puts out a swell
Leroy W. Keith was relieved of Giant 6th FleetNow ioon-.day) meal at reasonable cost.
Comdr. Noel R.
that post by The specials for each weekdayire
Bacon in ceremonies at Cecil a part of the giant Sixth <
published in the club sched-
Field. Fleet in the Mediterranean, Carrier -
lie and the price, at 25 cents per
Comdr. Keith will report to the Air Group Four, with their date, just can't be beat.

Naval Photographic Center in VC-62 detachment and severalother .

Washington, D. C., and assume detachments, has rolled up K as Task Force
the duties of Officerincharge'of almost 6,000 hours in the air and Major/ Navy

the Photographic Interpretation t) ... well over 2,000 carrier landing Maneuvers Off FormosaPearl
rf. "
I Center there. He had served :. during one month.In Harbor, Hawaii (AFFS)

.. for 25 months as the command ,::: :.' ; addition to its heavy: flight -For the first time in two year

ing officer of VC-62. schedule. the air group has had a major Navy task force has con.

Comdr. Bacon, the new skip- ,.'. the opportunity to visit the portsof ucted training exercises in the
& .. per, is a recent graduate of the ::<. . :...I.i: Genoa, Taranto and Naples,, Strait of Formosa, Adm. Arthur

Naval School of Photography at .. .' '. Italy. Tours have been arrangedat W. Radford, Commander of the'acific
"- Pensacola. Prior to that he was : the Italian cities to enable the Fleet, has announced.

attached to the Bureau of Naval .:':.: .,.'..,. ,( air gt'oup personnel to visit some The task force consisted of

Personnel end made some extensive .' '. .: of the, famous local sights. carriers, cruisers, and destroy

tours through Burma, India, t. ::; With over 10,000 hours in the rs. t
North and West Africa, the Arab 1'0 air under their belts in the last
", ki The operation was termed ft
'- states and the Mediterraneanarea. ?: 24! months the squadrons in the fi' J>... ,.. ,. '''' b......... ."training and familiarization" '.'
:1 air group under the command of .
WORKING CLOTHES Luscious rogram. Adm. Radford :reported 1.
The change of command ceremonies lilt ', ;, ""- <-' I Comdr. Larry Geis are trying fora
Elizabeth Taylor doesn.tmind It; was to demonstrate the Navy'i "'j J
for the well traveled round the clock combat 'readiness -
if there is a heat wave '
CIIANGE-OF-CO1MMAND ability to go any place at say ?:
squadron, which has sent 'photo Comdr. Noel R. Dacob (right) second to none in the Atlanis ,across the country. She creates time as a self-sustaining force." '
to of the handed the reins Fleet. one on the Hollywood lot when
( detachments many parts was as skipper .
two units to of Composite Squadron 62 I .0 she: gets dressed In this pert
world including
by his predecessor Comdr. Let Many a resort visitor is goingto bathing suit for scenes in Fastest way to become a man
Korea, included a personnel inspection -? t troyY.. Keith during change-of- learn from the mosquitoes that "The Girl Who Had Every.thing" in. bout town is to run into a apeed- )
sxjuadron/jnjto filmed
of the ) |.. command ceremonies last now being
'' .ff.i in life free v in\g train.
the best stings are
J 'Vi- movie capital.
v.n *. .' !*"\. week. .. .the
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JAX AIR ''NEWS H{, 14 fl "ust 1952

Initial Session Set Mo VF .

For 52 Football Edit SYS E5H522S5&


'i Dave Barks
te.am are .j

Head Men1! Of F., Lour first .tyt: mach b(4t! de-to ,

ends ent i
With John Charvat Under their new coach Lt. I)ave Barksdale, tr Josep travel l to
tion of the Jacksonville Navy Fl liers will hold in' T. Cr
Interest is mounting among the enlisted men's wivesof sions Monday afternoon at Maso n Field at 1530. Wit ekepd for
the station in the recently formed Golf Association at the L. A wr Barksdale, former Jax Navy et WaVesthe 1good
NAS links. Any of the eligible ladies of the station who are gridder and an all-Navy selecteein call. "There i is joins ry Fief ks.
interested in membership should be on hand for any of the 1948 was handed the reins man on the ."in? thcessio battle t
Wednesday morning sessions at 0900 at the golf shack.It when Lcdr, Harry Knickelbine, added, "I antic 1 Sacra
has come to our attention that new enlisted person Special Services officer, received competition for V
nel aboard the station believes the golf course is for officers transfer orders this month. assignment. Rea fly chimprospec-
only. We want to pass the word that all hands are A call has been issued to all Barksdale Is a L -
invited to play. Pro Jack Harvey is currently vacationingfor hands in every command at the North Carolina at form Spincken
three weeks in Lexington, Mass. station to attend opening work Academy, earning to en a Jeave 1 I.
Mons 'esa B
outs which will point to a heavy an offensive blocking .
Florida's "monsoon" season delayed the playoff for the q- schedule against service and college defensive linebacker.Playing their Jn )
NAS Softball title last week between Hospital and VP-861. competition this season. freshman dd flwe
Lt. Dave Barksdale
And when Jupe Pluvius did consent to the resumption of I appointed Fliers football coach. Jim Tatum, now he. Th 9st ,

play there was difficulty in the schedule arrangements Assistant coaches for this year's .Maryland, in 1939, Barkch, }n>..1-
The old boy did his best to postpone the Jax NavyCorryField Marines Top ANP) team appear to be more of a vanced to the varsity the "e!owing
Waves game Friday and succeeded when he let go with / problem than available person two seasons before entering ,
his fourth consecutive afternoon blast. Intercomany Play nel for the new mentor. Aron the Academy in 1942. #
There's an urgent call out for life guards at Mainside. Marine teams continued to Brown, NARTU, a seasoned performer .
Interested personnel should contact Special Services, Build- pace the field in the ANP) with the University of Under the '42 eligibility rules
ing 930. school inter-company softball Florida eleven for four years Plebes could play with the var-
will fill one of the vacanies but sity and Barksdale stepped rightin
SHORT SHOTS: Daug Huggard, J01 of ComFairJax competition with Marine team Barksdale is anxious to contact for a starting berth. Barks-
rIO, did a fine job as editor of the paper in the absence of 7C racking up another victory to any other men with coaching ex- dale's final season was in 1944,
Andy Planey, who was vacationing for three weeks in Ohio stay on top of the league with a perience. when, under wartime conditions
Andy had nothing but baseball to talk about on his 9-2 record. "Monday's session will be a fourth year of eligibility was i
return, having seen many of the major league nines in ac- Runner-up Marine team 6C-D merely to acquaint the men with added in college competition. ,_
tion, in-and-around Cleveland.And also came up with a victory to our plans for this sea s o n", In and around the Jackson-
while we're extending the glad hand we'd like to cement its hold on second while Barksdale related, and "to discuss ville area for the past four years,
thank Joe Law, J03, of ComFairJax, for handling the reinsof Navy team 6E won to bring their problems that may arise the new mentor played with the
the sports desk in our absence this week while attendingthe third place record to 73. with transfers and-TAD orders Jax Navy entry in 1948 when the ..
Sixth Naval District Baseball Tournament in Memphis Scores for last week's action, which would permit eligibility." Fliers were co-champions of the
The other half of the sports department, Dave Devroy, which saw two days' games call 1 Sixth Naval District with NAS
is on leave in the :Motor City this month. ed because of rain-M7A over N- "We'll carry a traveling squadof Pensacola. In '47 he played with
6C, 10-1; M6C over N7C, 19-17; around 45 men," the new Corpus Christi. '
In case you lost your copy of the Iron Man Trophy M6C over M6E, 10-1; N6E over mentor continued, after statinghe Returning to the Academy in
regulations, the sports offered in fall competition are ten- M7B, 3-1 and N7C over M6D, expected no less than 125 ath- 1946, Barksdale was backfield ..
nis, bowling, touch football and volleyball John Car- 7-5. I letes to meet the opening day coach of the Plebe team and in
sello, Jim Kichey, both departed from NATTCenter, Ed Po-j -___ ___ I 1950 he assisted with the Jax
quette, John Scarola and Gordon Lassila are all undefeated I Fliers Reach Semi-Finals Of 6th ND 1 Navy varsity. # .
in City Baseball League play Center :Marines have the I
old hex on Sailor pugilists. In 16 bouts, two cards the Leathernecks "'52 Grid Schedule
have lost but three times, sweeping all eight engagements Baseball Tournament At Memphis -
Parris .
Island nU' Sept 27 (A)
at the July 31 smoker.
films of the 1950 World BULLF.TIN-Jax: has Patuxent River _.. Oct. 4 (II)
Inspiration! ? The Fliers viewed Navy reached the semi-finals of the Sixth
I AFB _....... 11 II
Eglin Oct. ( )
Stars of Baseball before Naval District
Series, Double Play Kings and Pitching tourney at Memphis. The Fliers lost, 13-0 to Pen
leaving for the tourney last week Special Services' sacola :Monday, but whipped NAS Birmingham, 4-2 Tuesday. They I Open date. ._ Oct. 18 (II)
Gunner Lacy reports that the Mainside bowling alleys will meet Memphis in the semifinals.Jax Donaldson AFB..... Oct. 18 (II)
Open date .. Nov. 1 (II)
will get under ""
be by: Sept. 2 and that league competition
open way around Sept. 15 Danny Senecal, FAW-11 ace Navy collected a pair of City League victories last week South Ga. Jr. Col. Nov. 8 Way.
kegler will be missing from the maples this season and the end at the expense of McDuff Hardware and Post Nine before embarking cross, Georgia.
NAS Norfolk ....... Nov. 15 (II) '
battle for individual laurels will be wide open I Memphis and the Sixth Naval District diamond tour-
nev. NAS Pensacola .. Nov. 22 (A)
McDuff failed to field a teamat .
Here Is AnswerTo Woodstock Friday to give the Tuesday they take to the rood
Tars Have Eleven ...
Fliers a 9-0 win and Saturdayon for a two game series with Eglin
Big ProblemA Mason Field John Scarola Air Force Base. More Home GamesOnly
Bluejacket walked Into Pubic 1 (4-0)) set the Post Nine Colonels Against Post Nine the Fliers

Information Office NATTC a .'I.' down with seven hits for a 9-0 opened their 11-hit barrage in 11 more home games re-
the first with Bob Stefanich'ssingle
triumph.The main on the Jacksonville's Tars'
day or BO ago, with a problemthat 1 wing moved the Fliers that scored Neely from 1952 South Atlantic League

might well be of Interest to City circuit record to 12-3. They third. The Colonels touched schedule, but there will be
all hands unmarried hands '. own a 46-32 overall season's Scarola for a pair of one-basers plenty of diamond action piled
in their half but failed to count.
that is.Ills I mark. into the closing days. 'f
prohktn was short and to ;BffWintofos$high; (jnij beaches breezy Oppose R. C. Sunday Tally Early I Savannah opposes the home- I ,l ,
the Point No. 1: The def '$tort in time and take if easy, j I Sunday the locals will opposeR. In the Navy second, Bill' standers Monday night in a single l a :t. !.
C. Motors at Woodstock in a Schuckers singled, stole second I game and Tuesday through
inite shortage of nice, cute girlsto I town loop game and Monday and and scored after two were away Charleston makes its J""P"Thursday
spend his leisure time with. when Neely rapped a liner to last appearance of the year in
I _.. -..... center. Jim Coughlin's single Myrtle Avenue Park. 't
Point No. 2: This sailor wantedto .,. .
plated Neely to run the count to
do something about the situa by catcher Gunnels allowed a

tion. :La'a' 3.0.Schucker's lead off single followed pair to score for Navy..
The solution to hia problem lathe e by Dick Brock's double Navy had a .chance to end the
juke box dance at the YWCA and Neely's one baser producedtwo game in its half if it scored two,

sponsored by the Y's Men Club more Navy tallies. but the locals' could plate but. .. ..
of Jax, starts at 2000 and some o Stefanich sent a looper to right one on Jim Ahrend's walk and
of the nicest, cutest girls in town center to open the home half and Scarola's two out single.

I attend. Anyone pining to meet crossed two outs later when The top half of the eighth produced
I.. these girls can be on hand each Brock's grounder was booted by a base runner for the '
Friday evening. .See you there! a'a'x a'N the Colonel third baseman. Colonels when Combs one-based, _I"
Scarola Tough but Scarola got Yarbrough to hit
,' Joe: I saw that stranger kissing Post Nine mustered a threat into a force at second for the
you.Jane v. a 0 7!i ,tih0C' in the sixth when Yarbrough third out.

: Yeah, he's kissed me a k ; singled sharply with one gone. The locals pilfered no less than
lot of times. .a 3 Yp'9'Y s .Fstfi Springs fanned, but W e 1 don eight bases, Stefanich accounting ti <
t Joe: Where is he? I'll teach him cracked a single to right and for .three and adding three L

a couple of things. zN .ar P a Yarbrough attempted to make singles to the attack. Neely and
;. Jane: I don't think you could. third on the relay. However, I Schuckers were both two for
Schuckers perfect peg to Don four while Brock and McCaffrey
I Seaman: I'm positively through ,. Hafeman, who flipped to Neelyat doubled for their only hits of the
"""' --"'-- .AYY_
with gambling forever. second caught the runner for fray.
::1' Bosun: Forever? I don't believe MEMPHIS BOUND-Seeling I to bring home more honors,. Jax the third out. The line icoresttMtNlpe -
that.Seaman. Navy's dlamondeen load or for'the trip to Memphis and partic- It was 8-0 after the lower stanza a ) 000 000 000) 074 .
tpation In the Sixth Naval 'Disti.net Baseball Tournament beings iasc!(-;. "...p. 212 lOx 9 It I
" : Want to bet five dollars held there this week. The Flier sport a 46-32 season's record as a free pass to CoughliniMcCaffrey's :IWnn .*d CanWefo; 'Su. rola and on it? going into the tournament. double and an error SUfanlck.... '* "' 1>' 1ttr\ .I

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14 August 1952 ,JAX AW NEWS Page Seven

4 Tennis Tourney 4t .S'., wu ... '1I I Leg Of Iron Man Trophy

Opening l Grabbed By Fasron SixFinishing

For Aug. 21

lower than second in only one of four sports, Fasron

A.. meeting will be held Mon- Six swept to an easy victory in the battle for the first leg of theIron

'. day} Aug. 18, in the Special Man Trophy, symbolic of sports supremacy among NAS ac

Services room, Building 930, at tivities.The .

.. 1000,'to discuss plans for the ap- champs annexed second
: manent possession of the unit
proaching Iron Man Trophy ten- place berths in bowling, swim-
winning it four times. Annual
nis competition. All interested ming and basketball and grabbed
play is divided into two sections,
team directors are requested to fourth slot honors in softball to
the second leg consisting of vol-
attend. amass 3160 points for a clear cut
leyball, touch football, bowlingand
. Actual intramural competition margin of victory over the near-
< tennis.
,: Is expected to begin Wednesday,, } a est rival. e .
3 .
21 but it is that *
Aug. imperative

any units desiring to participate ___,......_...._u.. IRON MAN TROPHY compe- to teams completing a schedule.
l. send a representative to Mon- tition was devised early this year
IRON MAN TROPHY PRESENTATION- Awarding of the Each individual participant (up
to promote interest in the station's -
*, ay's meeting. first Iron Man Trophy, emblematic of athletic supremacy at NAS, to the roster limit) wins 10
was made last week to Fasron Six at Mainside. Accepting the intramural sports programby points for the team, but individ-
exfewer trophy on behalf of the squadron Is the skipper, Lcdr. Fred Wood- Lcdr. Harry Knickelbine,
uals in 50% of
must participate
I be held in the ward, (third from left) and Chief Mike Pripeton, welfare and NAS Special Services officer,
>v ; recreation director. Mating the presentation is Ledr. Harry the scheduled games. Individuals
and Coach Frank McCaffrey.The .
r ..i, r. golf, each team Knickelbine. NAS Special Services officer. At the left is Frank acting in the capacity of officialsfor
'I ''t' 'ti circuit entries {intramural director. trophy becomes the per-
.. ... jier McCaffrey, scheduled games gain 10
\ "', '.,points added I points for their respective units.

'"\ i'.t|$six points may begained : Near : First place in each sport is
: Jflx AIR news
fs vkflt each match. Com- {. worth 1,000 points, second place

petition will be held in four 750 and third, 500. Points are

singles and two. .doubles matches. : Close OfCampaign awarded down the line to ninth

I place on the basis of a 50 point

drop, so that the ninth place
Pistol Team
unit receives 200 points.

and Cor. Iron MB Trophy .
Games with Whiting .tawdlagsrt

ry Field at Pensacola this week Fasron SixHospital 3160 a.
Seeks Honors 1870
end will bring to an end another I \C-5 1670
Special Service 1WO:
season for the Jax Navy Wave Hospital Tops VP66120League ; :FA W.11 1440
I facron 109V 13 0
J ... softballers, who have been competing P861O 1170
In' NationalsJax A: R 1090Communications
, against both women's City 1010
League foes and other service For NAS IM I Crown VP-5 930:
: f(11
Navy's pistolmen, only teams. Personnel 770

.. military team in 17 years to win Although the Corry Field NARTU 6HO
Supply 610
Hospital copped the four-tir ies delayed sudden-death playoff
the Florida "Governor's Trophy, visited here last week fora IntlrmarrComFalrJax 660
squad game, 2-0, to win the NAS intra mural softball championship from 5.,0'"
and 1952 Sixth Naval District
against the locals, the VJ-62 520
game a game VP-861 team Tuesday aft ernoon, behind the sparkling two- VT62 460
will in !
champions, begin firing contest was cancelled due' to wet 460
Jax tomorrow in the National hit hurling of Doc Hissee. Photo Lab :3.TO
grounds. Next step for Hospital's fine Marine Detachment 2M
Pistol Championships. ond and advanced to third on a Commissary Store 160
hasn't met either
Since Jax Navy -
defensive club, which has yielded iasron 51 140
, 'they will be firing against the Corry or Whiting Field this play at first. He was stranded I ,
only 31 runs in 38 games,
cream of the national pistol year the games this week-end are will be against NATTCenter's there when the next two men Lady Bowlers Slate

shooters, including picked U. S. struck out and fouled out respectively -
rated as a toss-up. In two meet- representative, ANP) school, Initial MeetingThe
. '. teams and at least .
military one
ings with Corry Field last year for the station championship.The NAS ladies bowling league
foreign entry. One Air Force the locals came out victors both Kissee Fans Eight will hold its initial organizational
team has traveled from South winners loaded the basesin
times. Watson Allen and Bob Oliverof meeting Aug. 20 at the Seminole
the first frames
.. Africa for these matches end a two mainlyon
The local lassies are due to the wildness of big Paul VP-861 turned in the top de- Hotel at 1930.
Navy team has come from its
station in Turkey. leave today for Pensacola for Franke, VP-861 starter, but fail- fensive plays of the game. Allen All employees; and personnel

their last regularly scheduled ed to tally either time as the made a fine throw from right interested in league competitionare

Action Opens Friday games of the season. fastballer bore down. field in the third to nip a run- urged to be present.
Competition will begin tomor- ,
Score in Fourth ner at the plate for the final out -

row at the Jacksonville Police The big that proved to be in that inning and Oliver ('ameup
1 run Cecil SeededIn
Pistol Club range and firing will Top
with and
the winning margin for Hospitalcame a nice pick-up
last until Tuesday night. This will
throw on a bunt in the same
in the fourth inning when
, be followed on Wednesday by the Duval
frame. County
their first man up was hit by a
national small bore rifle
pitch and later came home on a Thirteen players were set I
tion and on August 27 compeU.'I'I wild pitch by Franke. down via the strike out route Softball TourneyCecil

high power rifle with Kissee gaining credit for
Another tally crossed the plate
.r.v Local Entry Stronr being top man in eight of them. Field, Northern District
in the last of the fifth when
'Robert K. Stringer, AKC, who Max connected for Four Hospital batters reached ASA champs, has been seededNo.
McIntyre a
holds all six of the .45 caliber records first after being hit by pitches. I In the 1952 Duval County

here on this station and five from tripple first.VP861 driving. a runner over f open softball tournament which

of the six .22 caliber records here, Wife: I didn't like the looks of commenced action Wednesday
will lead the local entries into managed to get only
your new secretary, so I just night.
far third
I one man as as duringthe
the meet. and went down in order fired her. CWA, first half winners of the
John Lucas, ADC, who placed five innings. Laseter was the Hubby: What! Before you even City League, is seeded No. 2, with

"f: '.thirdj.npthe., hPlde 6th Naval t Districtshoot..and.the six: .38 'I only Patrolman to pass second, I gave her a chance? Jacksonville Navy in the No. 3

l :.t 4; caliber- dn station I'I'l I reaching third after. he hit safely I Wife: No, before giving you e spot, followed by Green Cove
jrecordsH IfI" Police 5 Palm Valley
"i' : II. Navy-4; ;
I. "I'm playing ctnterfield! I I in the second inning, stole see- chance.
+i' .*?<*; *f <**&-' .2i >er rec f -6; H. B. Drew-7 and Lake

,J t t}{ !tlor.Jfl: X 4f+ r :;!I A total of 36 teams are enteredin
\ 't. Otls .rneI'berif Q ik station's the annual meet. Three open

*\ first Jieam,!;fwhc" : !&M ably the ing round games were played

best Navy team in ''the United Wednesday at Lackawanna with

States, are CHBOSN James W. Brent
two preliminary games at
Thomas, and Allen C. Johns, wood.

ADC. Ben F. Preston, AOl, has
Here is Thursday night's sched-
been named alternate.
'f. as an
Other Navy Entries ule: Avondale Baptists vs. Jax

Utilities, 7:30: ; Murray Hill Bap-
Team members of the number 2
tists vs. Signal Bureau, 8:50: ; Mc-
two Jax Navy team are Melvin
Bell Duff Hardware vs. R. C. Motors,
K. AOC; M/Sgt. Jessee

Blanton; James T. Carney, AOC, *'' 1010.:

.I and CHGUN Carl S. Berg. Don- Tii Friday, B. R. C. A. vs. Corpsof

ald Seibern, AOU3, and Irvin Engineers 7.30; CWA vs. ';.

Claxon, AEC, are alternates.The Charles E. Commander, 8:15: ; and ?

Navy squad that won the at 10:10: Palm Valley vs. NASO :.!'

.45 caliber team match championship & R. C.(
\ last year, while officially t
A mild little walked"Into "i
representing the entire U. S. : .
the local internal .i
Navy, is back this year for the revenue office

matches.Lt. __ ., Wdirs_].'.,y MN tt\W vtl:" "." n MJt _W"et"'__ ..',,_ took his seat, and beamed* on everyone "'

Chester Koons, coach of the NAS IM LEAGUE CHAMP rONS-It's getting to be a habit with Naval Hospital. The Hospitalght in sight :,:

Visiting crew, has been holding men copped the NAS intramura 1, league title for the third stral, time with a 2-0 win over "What can we do for you?" 11

firing eliminations this week inan VP-861 in a one-game sudden-le ath play-off Tuesday. The NAS representatives now clash with asked the collector. ;

effort to determine where to ANP) School, NA1TC champsbat for the all-station title. Left .to riiimbrone rht, front row, are: Bud Darting, "Nothing, thank you," replied
boy; Dan Grtgorla, Paul Gi Paul Thomas Doug Burl mt: Roger Ketchum and bat boy
place his candidates on the three Roger Darrinif. Back row, left t o right: Doe Kissee Jim Proctor. 'Ken Stough Max McIntyre, Bob the man. "I Just wanted to meet

I y ." Navy teams he will enter Blair, John Shipper and Dave :Spencer ..* J the people I'm working for."
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mmmn mxrv&f-;: :::: ;: :: : '}(!,,((1::) 1< .', V NAVY WIVES ,1

,:.;; i {f,\: CORNERA
Items for sale articlesof \
( offering :;"' ':: .
property such as washing machines .
regular meeting was held In
automobiles, furniture, radios : \ ,3s
the .
Club House Wednesday, August ;;
clothing and the like are prohibited .'
6. 'Mrs. Forsyth has return
by Defense Department. y \ ,, ax .
ed and will resume her .duties asa : 4
regulations. This column will, \
supervisor of the base
however, list such services as: x
President Mrs. Mickey nuret'
available housing, rides wanted! t:
wrote from Kansas
and lost and found articles or '
visiting her parents. .
other similar notices)
The Club has been notified\

FOR RENT that the national convention will \ '

Furn. 4-rm. apt. $55 per mo. : be held Oct. 13 thru 17, in Key \ t

Murray Hill, Miss Mueller. ; West, Fla. The itinerary prom.' i

Ph. 2-9779. ises to be interesting. ,

Furn. 4-rm. apt. 2824 Sydney St. It was decided that a delega."

Riverside. Mrs. Murdock. Ph. tion would go to Cecil Field, "to '

2-6569 help preparations for starting.

Furn. 4-rm. apt. w.'garage. 3636( Navy Wives Club at t

Cypress St. Murray Hill. Mrs. r Next social )'

Tipon. Ph. 2-3147. I formal dance Mir' ,

Furn. 3-rm. apt. $60 per mo. 1269 a. 0 d Legion Hall, Sept|

Wolfe St., Mrs. Grant\ Ph. 2- -< was made to sell ;' '

7190. .. ...fI .---.---. again this year. 4' Ar : ,

Furn. 3-rm. apt. 722 Lomax St 10 YEARS OF NAVAL SER- A gold members

Mrs. N. B. Skipper. Ph. B- VICE-Gathered around their presented to Mildre sby for
3867. birthday cake (top) is just one
of NAS Waves who attended her active work in the member- ,
Furn. 3-rm. apt. 919 Roselle Ave. the Waves tenth anni- ship drive. I ,
Mrs. E. H. Rhodes. Ph. 8-2655. \
versary party at the Roosevelt
It has been announced that the
Furn. 3-rm. apt. 416 Liberty St Hotel last Sunday. A smorgas- will
bord dinner was featured nursery kindergarten open
Mrs. Stradman, Ph. 45676.
with the W a v e supplying Sept. 3 at 0900. September
Furn. 3-rm. apt. avail Aug 17. i their. own entertainment. At tuitions must be paid by Aug.
Gary Yost, 2345 Post St. the left. f Joining hands with
10. Memoranda will be sent to all
Furn. 3-rm. apt. 318 Union St Capt. Howard V. Hopkins,
of children who
: parents are signed
Chief of Staff to CommanderFleet
J. M. Saucer, Ph. 4-7936.
Air Jax, as he makes up.
Furn. 3-rm. apt. Murray Hill,, the initial cut in the anniver- -0 S .

Mrs. Ballentine, Ph. 81760. sary cake, are (left to right) .
Furn. 3\i bdrm. house. avail. Lt. Ann Winn, Lt. Fayenola 95 Motorists

Sept. 5. 1283 Wolfe St. Mrs. Armstrong:, Lt. Kathleen Cum-
'mints and CWO Alma Plakke. (Continued from Page 3))
Gibbs Ph. 2-4284.
W. T. ,
Some 200 local Waves were in AOC Pfc. J. D. Evans B. Neit-
W. 5th ; ;
Furn. Two 3 rm. apts. 146 attendance.
St. D. W. Brantley. Ph. 8-6842., zer, DM3; Pfc. J. Conrad; Lt. ,r

Furn. 2-rm. apt. 2611 Market St. (jg) R. N. Johnson; and Pfc. J.
A. Underwood.C. .
W. M. Engle. Ph. 3-5295.
Furn. 2-rm. apt. $60 per mo. Station Bank M. Hargraves, Economy Cab

2601 Park St. S. R. Houston. Co. was restricted from the base

Ph. 82770. First Time By Water Now In It's for one week for failure to stop

Furn. 2-bdrm. ho use. Mrs. for stop sign and M/Sgt. C: E.

Groves. Ph. 2-4275. Rudds received 5 days restriction
P2V Takes Water Route Tenth YearNow
Furn. 2-bdrm. house. Riverside. Damaged of car, (suspended for 3 months) \

Mrs. Turch. Ph. 27396. for the same offense. ,
From NAS Jax To NAS AlamedaA in its tenth year of operation -
Furn. Single rm. 1822 MallorySt. Other offenders were L. A.
Air Station Auxiliary
the Naval
Riverside. Mrs. Quinte. Ph. I __ Martin, sold car, failed to return i
2-0684. A P2V patrolbomber + Branch of the Barnett National car to Yard Office; 3 days restriction ,
down into two sections. The
Bank has become almost
Furn. 3 single rms. 2601 Park too badly impaired for an of car and driving priv. I
I weighing 16,000 pounds is 40 feet indispensable unit.
St. S. R. Houston. Ph. 8-2770. customary one-flight repair in ileges.W. ,
Turn. rm. 4346 Shirley Ave. St. I long, 32.5 feet wide and stands Officials Say "Thanks'
the NAS Overhaul and Repair C. Ringo, AF3, sold car and
John's Pk. Mrs. Sheffield. Ph. shops after its crash into the river 15 feet high. The tail section, 38 Frank W. Norris and W. H. failed to return car to Yard 1

2-3146. feet long, 10 feet wide and 10 Barnett, officials of the Barnett Office; 5 days restriction and loss ;
Turn single rm. 1284 Dancy St. from the landing field, was National Bank S join with
feet high, weighed 10,000 pounds. manager of driving privilege. r
Mrs. Williams. Ph. 2-6029. loaded aboard the Liberty Ship of the Air Station Branch, t
Wings, rudder, tanks and other
Furn. Single rm. 1602 GoodwinSt. Christos M. this week at the Mu. Edward O. Clements in express G. F. Lohr, ADS, lost station :

5 Points. Mrs. A. C. Willis. nicipal Docks and Terminal for removable parts, packed in boxes ing their appreciation for the tag; 5 days restriction of car and c

Ph. 83276. shipment through the Panama brought the total weight to fine cooperation given the staff driving privilege.

Furn. Single rm. 2518 Park St Canal to NAS Alameda.As 47,065 pounds. of the bank by the many clients L. H. Williams, in restricted 1j

A. Martlin. far as is known, this is the who take advantage of the facilities area without authorization; .

Vnfurn. 4-rm. apt. $60 per mo. first time a damaged plane has THE AIRCRAFT will be un- offered. warning.J. .
4346 Shrley Ave. Mrs. Shef- been shipped from NAS Jax: by I Five months ago the bank
T. Thigpen in restricted
loaded in about ten days at the ,
field. Ph. 2-3146. I water. When it was found to be went through a period of renovation without
Vnfurn. 3-rm. apt. 828 Talbot I too heavily impaired by the salt Naval Supply Center, Oakland, and emerged with a new area ;

Ave. Murray Hill. Mrs. Fair- water to be flyable, it was decided Calif and will probably be barged coat of paint and a "walk-in" warning.E.. II. Boerner, AOC, changed
cloth. Ph. 2-4083. to ship it aboard a char across the bay to NAS Ala. vault. At the same time air-con
failed to Yard
cars, notify Off
meda, headquarters for repair of installed and flouI
tered Military Sea Transport ditioning was -
IOR SALE ice insurance 5
expired; days
|3,000'equity for less than half. Service ship, a cheaper method P2V type planes. I I I rescent lights replaced the old restriction of ar aad.drivtnf.r
than by freight. The Christos M, a Libertytypevessel style lighting.
1951 Imperial Sparton 36 ft. brought an FA plane to I Staff of It
Trailer. E. F. Ph.
Bollenberg. THE FUSELAGE was broken Jacksonville for repair in theO In addition to manager Clements while t ''f ie.
I ,
ext. 8230. & R Shops here. It sailed from the only remaining member

Two bdrm. house, Murray Hill For The Record Quonset, Rhode Island, carrying I of the original staff, the staff

$1500 equity. Mrs. Cissna. Ph. a cargo of barley in its hold. Oakland which makes the bank the efficient

8-2164. (Continued from Page 3)) is its next port of call. operation that it .includes
Two bdrm house. Hi' yrs. old. ANSWERS W,

$2500 down, $54 per mo. 4715 1. Drugs. An apothecary is a accident, Dismissed.

Timuquana. J. S. Falabella.Ph. druggist. Lt. (jg) A. C. Roberts, using

86877. 2. One who makes a study of ?Ki .<.3 Child street as a thoroughfare;

27 ft. Silver Dome House Trailer. insects and their habits. ;, varning. .

h 3. Schleswig Holstein, Ger r" .I
$795. 5536 Arva Circle. S. Vick. head teller Reginald Yordan; ex- ,

MISCELLANEOUS many. change: teller Mrs. Irene Moore;
4. No. Frankenstein, the man,
tellers Mrs. Judy Richard, Mrs.
Lost-Lady's Lady Wayne wrist
is often confused wtih the mon r
Ruby Fuqua and Mrs: Betty
watch, at Mainside swimmingpool. ster he created. i
Contact Barbara Har Trotter; bookkeepers Mrs. LoU aY;
5. Yes, it means "son of" and
Ph. 2-9606. hill, Mrs. Jean Stegall, Mrs..Bar-
grove was originally used on Norman-
Ride wanted from Northside to French names. bara Torrey, Mrs. Myrtle J. Hus-

0730-1 COO. Christine sey and Mrs. Alice Pugh and
NAS; Hrs. 6. An expression with two i
Barnett. Ph. 67786. meanings, one of which is often stenographer Mrs. Era Nichols.
Riders wanted from Woodstockor indelicate. Besides handling checking ac-

Murray Hill. Hrs. 0730-1630. counts for station personnel, the

Hogan, Ph. ext. 8332. Ride wanted from Avondale to bank also provides services in

Ride wanted from Post & Nelson, NATTC. Hrs. 0730-1610, Betty a F 9 y offering New York drafts,

Murray Hill, to NAS Hospital. Perea. Ph. ext. 8524. Travelers Cheques and money h

0800-1600* E. R. Van Buren.Ph. Baby sitter, by day or by hrs. at FUTURE PILOTS-Two new Naval Aviation Cadets are orders. "

ext. 8202. night. 2969 Spencer St. Harriet sworn in by Lcdr. Royce C, Timmons at the Jacksonville Naval The bank is open for business

Ride wanted from Arlington & Tedder, Ph. 88-9757, Air Reserve Training: Unit. Charles R. Smith (left) of LaGrange, Monday through Wednesday and

Old Beach Rd. intersection to Baby sitter, Dewey Pk. only. Ga. and Bobby Wood of Dexter, Ga., are now awaiting orders to Fridays from 1100 to 1500,
Timmons administered
Pensacola naval training.
for flight
NAS. Hrs. 07301600. 'Smith. 3203-A Blair St. Kathleen Gil; Thursdays from 1100 to 1700 and
1 S the oath in the absence of NavCad procurement officer, Lt. C.
Ph. ext. 8312. bert. 'i .VJHfc; r; Saturday from 1000 to 1200. .
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