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Creation Date: August 21, 1952
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VOL-10 No. 20 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATIONJ: CKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 21 August 1952


Pay, On Time! Top Propeller Outfit w i



New\ Collection Fighter Squadron 173

.Method Set ForMedical



GroupMembers Awarded Coveted 'E' ,


of the NAS Blue Outstanding inspection marks and the highest safety;;

Cross-Blue Shield Hospitalization :' record of any Atlantic Fleet propellor driven fighter squad

arid Medical-Surgical Group must ron has earned for Fighter Squadron 173 the Atlantic Fleet

make their payments each month Air Force Battle Efficiency "E".

when due unless they are on official Rear Adm. Osborne B.Hardison,
f leave oncollection days, it Commander Fleet Air Jackson- the entire Atlantic Fleet, the

, has been announced.Due t1\ p ville, presented the plaque de- "Jesters" of VF-173 are now-

On 15th noting the achievement to authorized to display "E's" on

.These contracts are due for Comdr. John A. Owens, com- their aircraft, The achievementwill

a payment on the 15th of each 3 s r, o manding officer of the Fleet Air be noted 'in the personnel

I month. For the convenience of Jacksonville squadron, last weekin records of the officers and men .
ceremonies at Hangar 114 of the squadron whose contribu.
't employees, the system has been
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a.V i. tions materially aided in win.
Squadron In Class
I established to provide'forcollection Top
r of premiums on the Monday By virtue of having won the ning the award. ,

I and Tuesday following the second Battle Efficiency "E", symbolicof Standout Performances '

/ weekly pay period each E---- -k being the top squadron in Marks made by squadron pilots .
r month. Collection boxes are utilized their class for fiscal year 1952 in in 'the competitive bombing,

in many department and are A gunnery, rockets and strafing

out for collection on the specified 109 Hailed Into I exercises during the year as' .
days. well as administrative, materialand
"E" AWARD TO SQUADRON-Comdr. John A. Owens, VF. operational readiness inspections .
10-Day Grace Period 173 commanding officer (right) accepts the U. S. Atlantic Fleet Traffic Court and records of
The Blue Cross-Blue Shield Battle Efficiency "E" plaque awarded to the squadron for recognition safety
as the top conventional-type fighter squadron in the entire For Violations/ squadrons all play a big part in
contracts provide for only a 10- Atlantic Fleet. Making the presentation is Rear Adm. Osborne B. determining the annual award

day grace-period for payment of Hardison, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville. One hundred and nine motorists ing of the Atlantic Fleet "E's".

premiums, which means that a .- appeared in traffic
Cruises to the Mediterraneanand
.e subscriber is delinquent after the Drivers Getting CarelessStiffer court last week for violations
to the Caribbean: participa.
25th of each month. committed during the period tion in three air shows, pilots

, Since many employees are as- Penalties Given In August 1 to August 8. winning 7 individual "E's" and

signed temporary additional dutyat Most of the violations-31 completion in 1952 of more than

\ other than a normal job area, I in ell-were for improper 12 months accident free flying

and because of the government parking, most pf which netteda were included by the squadron
., leave system, the Blue Cross- Traffic Violator CrackdownThings warning. However, for 28 I while it was qualifying for the

Blue Shield organization has caught speeding it was a dif trophy.

made an exception for those em- ferent story. Most of them
are getting tougher for drivers aboard NAS, Perform For VIP'sOne
ployees. An employee on official Jacksonville. But personnel have no one but themselves to were penalized. of the three air shows,

leave on both collection days blame for it all. Failure to stop for a stop given while VF-173 was operating .
will be double billed the following -
In a recent announcement by sign brought 18 into court, aboard the USS Midway,
'\ month his contract remaining I twenty-four miles hour over
,
the Station Security Departmentit per eight were guilty of being Involved was put on for the Secretary of
)' in effect until the next pay- the limit and speeding in excess
I in accidents and 12 received
a was told that due to the in- Defense and witnessed as well
I f: ment. of 24 miles hour above the
per for miscel-
rease in vehicle accidents aboard penalties by Vice Admiral John J. Ballen-
"I.&.: ((Please Turn to Page 2, Cll 1)l lawful limit.
offenses.
laneous
in- Air At.
the station and the greatly tine, Commander Force,
[ ,. creased number of persons ap- For the first of the speeding Nine drivers were doled out lantic Fleet, and Rear Admiral

-l r.. .: pearing at traffic court, that penalties offenses you will get one week penalties for multiple offenses Austin T. Doyle, Commander
loss of driving privileges if it is
(. for all offenses have been which included speed- Carrier Division Four.
first offense, two to four
greatly increased. your ing; improper parking, no The other two demonstrationsof
1 weeks if it is your second and if drivers permit, failure to stop bombing, and strafe
it is a third trip to court ;you gunnery
TO GIVE the driver a little for stop sign, reckless driving ing methods were put on for the
; will bereferred to your com-
under Influence
idea of what to expect the next manding officer for action plus and driving Armed Forces Industrial College
i time that he appears in traffic station of intoxicants. and for the U. S. War College.
the fact that your tag Three were hailed into
court, here are a list of the more will be revoked for fix months. for faulty equipment. Although this is the first such
i common offenses and their. pen curt "E" won by VF-173, last year,
(Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5)
f alties. while commanded by Lcdr. CarlL.

If you are observed illegally ...... .. ... ..... .. .... ,. .-" Speirs, the squadron finishedan

parking you will be subject to unusually close second to VF-
one week loss of driving priv- .:. '. 174 for the same honors. Comdr.

ileges aboard the station for the ';i: ."; a> Owens was then VF-173 executive

first offense, two weeks for the ;x officer, relieving Lcdr. Speirs

second, and one month for the in February 1952.
third. I

For failure to keep to the right .,.., Coates To
Capt.
and failure to stop for a stop (t' .
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sign, penalties are the same as { :J. > .
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" for unauthorized paiking. .., ." r .., .. :: '
If you are directed to stop and .N .'

<..,;.) .. fail to do so you will get two 4 : tt 0 & R Officer
weeks loss of driving privilegesfor

, the first time, two months Capt. Leonidas D. Coates arrived
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for the second, and six months here yesterday to take over
for the third offense. ", his duties as Overhaul and Repair
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officer.
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IF YOU fail to give the proper Capt. Coates relieves Comdr.

... signal and it is your first of- Albert R. Weldon, who has been
--- t---------- fense you will get a warning but acting O & R officer for the past
\ GARNERS MEDAL Lt. for' a second offense 'it is one
Charles W. Fain receives the two months.
y Bronze Star, the Combat V, week loss of ,driving privilegesand I Before coming to NAS Jax,
and a gold star in lieu of second the third time it is one Capt. Coates was deputy assist.
Bronze Star at the NATT- month.
a ant chief for Research and Development .
,: Center Inspection held last Sat- is broken down into
Speeding .
: urday. The Dental officer earned Bureau of Aeronautics
three classes: Speeding to
j. the awards for meritorious up NEW CO TAKES OVER-Capt. Burnliam C. McCaffree, new Washington, D.C.
service while serving with a seven miles per hour above the
Marine unit In Korea. Capt. speed limit, speeding more than Naval Air Station commanding officer, reads his orders jiving Capt. Coates also served a him command of the station during change-of-command cere-
Lester K. Rice, NATTC commanding Director of the Guided Missiles
seven miles per hour above the mony and review last' Friday. At the left is the departing commanding -
officer, the medalon
. .. Fain. (See Story pins Page 5)). speed limit but not more than officer, Capt. Douglas T. Day. Division, Bureau of Aeronautics. I


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Page Two AIR NEWS 21 August 1952


Report From Washington



Jt1 X f\l-QiY s 610,000 To Be Inducted ,


Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air MAINSIDE

, Station Jacksonville Fla.NAS, JacksonvilleCapt. Thursday August 21 During This Fiscal Year ; .

Burnham C. McCaffree .._ _..Commanding Officer "To The Shores Of Tripoli" __ .
I
Comdr. James H. Armstrong__ ._..Executive Officer M ..John Payne (By Armed Forces Press.Service) '
Lt. Dave Barksdale._........_._.__. Public Information Officer I I Friday, August 22"Trio" The Defense Department has I'I manders for temporary promo
Fleet Air Jacksonville _-_ .. .., Ann Crawford tion to captain the Departmentof
Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison" Commander estimated that approximately
-- Saturday August 23 the
I Navy announces. The
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins ..._ '_Chief of Staff 610,000 men will bt inducted into
"Operation Disaster".. John Mills board will consider line commanders
-
Fleet Air Winr Eleven .. the Armed Forces this fiscal
Capt. Arthur S. Born ._._..__Commander Sunday August 24 year.. In order to meet this military who will have five or
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton-._______Chief Staff Officer "Les Miserables" .. Debra Paget goal Maj. Gen. more years srevice In grade June
manpower
? Naval Air Technical Training Center Monday August 25 Lewis B. Hershey Selective Ser- :: 30, 1953 computed from date of
Capt. Lester K. Rice ..... .*_ .Commanding Officer "You For Me" Peter Lawford rank. The promotion zone will
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart.______._...Executive Officer Tues. & Wed., Aug. 26-27 vice Director has announced thatit terminate with Lord, E.E. HI,
Naval Hospital "Just For You" _. Bing Crosby might be necessary ulitmatelyto signal number 2754.
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton.__..._Commanding Officer call men who have been deferred -
Capt. T. F. Weinert.... .____ _.Executive Officer NATTCENTER for dependency reasons. .
Thursday August 21 Plans for restoring and improing
NARTU '
declared thai
Capt. Easton B. Noble. ..Commanding Officer "The Merry Widow"...._ ......_,_. Gen. Hershey Waikiki Beach, Honolulu, ina
Comdr. Anthony Trusso. ___Executive OfficerThe __. _'* _....Lana Turner there were no plans for wipingout cooperative undertaking by the
dependency deferments in
Friday August 22 Territory of Hawaii and the U.
JAX AIR NEWS U published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station the next few months, but that a
Jacksonville.I Hoi ids, and printed comraeuiallyslth I non-appioprlatvd: funds "Operation Disaster. John' Mills S. Government, have been rec-
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVKXOS P35. Rev review was of the "utmost importance" -
Mov. 115. Coplr are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the Saturday, August 23 of ommended by field offices of the
Naval Air Reserve* Training Unit Naval Auxiliary Air Station' Cecil Kleld, and. "Trio" _._.-. _-.._. Ann Crawford because sharply Corps of Engineers. .
the U. S. Naval Hospital heavier induction qoutas begin.a .
Sunday 24 *
August
Editor-Andrew H. Planey .
Staff Members: Mary Bixiones JOSN; Dave Devroy SN; John "Pistol Harvest" _.' Tim Holt The Marine Corps has offered
Charvat, AN; Ed Nellist, J03; Helen Harper. I M ra. & Tues., Aug. 25-26 Secretary of Defense Robert A. "shipping over' pay to its 70-,
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of tM Armed Forces Preti Service. I, "Les Miserables" _.Debra Paget Lovett announces that the nation's 000-odd members from Selective
)
>FPS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted 'without\ Armed Forces increased
the written permission of Armed Forces Prec Seivlce. Republlcatlon of othpermission rr Wednesday, August 27 Service, if they want to join the
r3tlxf'\ AIR by NEWS.service publications\ la prohibited without uf "You For Me" Peter Lawford 300 percent in 1951. The Armywas regular Marines for threer fouror

Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extension NAVAL HOSPITAL enlarged from 500,000 to 1- six years. Each man signingup
S18 and 216.ri Thursday, August 21 500,000, the Navy from 376,000 to would get $90, $160, or $360
"We're Not Married" _. _..__.. 900,000 and the Air Force from respectively, as a bonus. The new
The Powerful Example Is You '. Marilyn Monroe 401,000 to 973,000 with Marine order permits inductees to volun-

Friday August 22 Corps strength tripled. teer for a regular contract of
ser-
.
: :Doing You Set The Example "The Big Sky" Kirk DouglasSat. vice as soon as they successful.
& Sun., Aug. 23-24 One out of every three WACsin finish basic training. Previous1iir)

Will Be Followed By OthersCapt. "The Merry Widow". ...- -_ service is now stationed over an inductee was required to vo.
.._ ._ ... Lana Turner seas in England Japan, Okinawaor unteer for the regular Marine
T. DeWitt Allan DC Monday August 25 other areas Col. Mary A. Hal- Corps within 24 hours of induc-
"Pistol Harvest" Tim Holt laran, director of the Women'sArmy t tion or wait until his 24 months
(This is the sixth in a series of articles in connection with the Tuesday August 26 Corps, has announced. were completed.
tervice-wide program Protection of Moral Standards). "Trio" Ann Crawford e I .
I
"Moral good is a practical stimulus; it is no sooner Wednesday August 27 A selection board has been con Both the Army and Air Force
,. .. ,
seen than it inspires an impulse to practice.' (Life of "Les Miserables" Debra Paget vened to recommend line eom- are drafting-' a regulation that will

reticles). satisfy that portion of the Armed

Did you ever stop to realize just how powerful an ex- Forces Reserve Act which givesan
ample is? What we do, how we act always affects those additional $100 clothing allow-
around us. It is the primary source of personal influence.It ance to officers recalled since
is an index of our character. Examples tell us a great June 25, 1950. The Comptroller
deal. If we act according to high principles, we can be rea- ,'an yr General must rule on when these J
sonably sure we are morally sound but if we get "fouled officers officially may begin receiving -
up" frequently then we must admit our character is weak payment.
and rather unreliable. .
The War Claims Commissionwill

As an example of a noble character we might recall release claim forms under
"Stonewall" Jackson. In the classroom as an instructor at _Public Law 303 in the near fur
VMI and in the battlefield, he was known as a man of great ture. There will be two claims

seriousness, even-tempered, a man whose every action was forms, one for living ex-prison-
guided by firm religious convictions. ers of war (WCC Form 611} and
When "Stonewall" Jackson was mortally wounded by one for survivors of deceased
gunfire from his own men at Chancellorsville; General Rob- prisoners of war (WCC Form
ert E. Lee wrote "Could I have directed events, I should 660)). The law does not include
have chosen for the good of the country to be disabled in civilian internees of WWII or
your stead." The inspiration of "Stonewall's" example you veterans of the Korean cam-
may be assured was greatly missed by the Confederacy. r paign.

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As a contrast: look at the example of Jesse James. Here ---
was a man whose heart tended toward evil and who as a "TAKE IT ALL"-A pretty nurse always helps. Peter Soulls. DI\4Ea.,
result led others into wrong. Yet he, too, is listed in the AR. of Jacksonville Beach tells nurse Lt. (jg) Betty Taylor to 1C
"take it alP at the Blood Center. Peter was one of 21 donors from
Dictionary of American Biography in the company of the VP-Furon 745 who donated blood to the Armed Forces at the ) I
most famous men of our history. He made contribution Blood Center at NAS last week. Ills unit is now on training cruiseat \SERVICES.
to the life and welfare of others for his example was rootedin the Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve Training Unit. Protestant
of hatred and His example reflectedan
thoughts
revenge.
Wanna Fly? 0830-Morning Service, All Saints
utter disregard of good moral principle.This Chapel.
leads us to consider another aspect of the matterof
example that is, its influence. You will admit that ex- Uncle Sam Will Pay 75% Of Flight 0915-Naval Hospital ChapeL
1045 All Saints
ample is a powerful influence in life. It is more effective ChapeL

than words. A very important fact about the power of ex- Training For Post-Korean Veterans Catholic08000900Mass
ample is that it often depends on the so-called "little man." St. Edward'
:Many of our great heroes have been men in the ranks who Post-K o rea n veterans who Chapel.
are known for what they did as examples to others. want to learn how to fly will not to the school. Out of the al- 1000-Mass, St: Edward's ChapeL
get 75 percent of their flight lowance veterans will have to 0645-Mass at Hospital ChapeL

"A good example will speak. It will be seen. This means training costs paid by the Gov- meet all their own expenses, in- Mormon
that you and I are important in the scheme of things. What ernment, under a new GI Bill cluding tuition. Thursday-1930-NATTC Chap-
you and I do is always of consequence. It seldom goes un- signed by the President in mid- The VA allowance for flight lain's Office.
noticed even though it may seem so. For that reason our July. The rest will have to come trainees also will go to the veterans Christian Science.
examples are of great importance in our life. It may help out of the veteran's own pocket but they must turn the Tuesday-1900 at NATTC Chi ip *

someone if they reflect a good life. On the other hand, our The new GI Bill, Public .Law money over to the flight school, lain's Office. .

examplemay bring grief and destruction into the lives of 550 applies to veterans who along with some funds of their for most veterans, of 36 months.
others if we do that which is morally wrong. It all dependsnn served since the outbreak of own, to cover the cost of the But flight trainees will use up

what you dn _and u_ what....-- -I do.--. fighting in Korea in June 1950. training.In their entitlement at the rate of

Ths will mean they must pay e Their service need not necessar- the case of a veteran taking one day for each $1.25 paid to r

New CollectionContinued quarterly payment, which runs ily have been. in. Korea. flight training along with some them by the VA.

from 1) considerably higher than the e other course under the new GI Provisions of the new KoreanGI
( Page monthly premium, and must re- It provides veterans with five Bill, he will receive both the Bill should not be confused ,
The list of employees double main on a quarterly basis for at benefits; education and trainingand flight allowance plus whatever with the GI Bill for World WarII .1
billed has increased steadily, and least one quarter. GI loans both administeredby other allowance he may be en- veterans VA said. Under the

the organization has requestedthe The Blue Cross-Blue Shield the Veterans Administration; titled todepending on the World War II law the VA would
station to certify all persons and
unemployment course.
compensa-
. pay[ all training costs directly to
is at present for new .
open
group
office leave.
not paying as on tion, mustering-out pay and job- the school, and In addition would
Beginning with the September members and for changes to ex- finding assistance, handled. by Normally, under the law a pay a veteran a subsistence allowance -
collection, employees not on of- isting contracts. Employees have other agencies. post-Korean veteran will get one if he were entitled to
ficial leave who do not pay their until August 29 to make these Under the new GI Bill, the and one-half days of GI training it Under the Korean GI Bill, a
premiums will be placed on direct changes and submit membership VA will make monthly payments for each day of service after single payment is made to the

pay basis by the company. applications. directly to veteran-trainees and June 26, 1950 up to a maximum, veteran.JAX .
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-:- Births -:-

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I:.. Listed below are the births as

: reported by the Naval Hospital Ft ? w 1k M yn.f 1 HEADLINE

f" between the period July 30 and V er t ? 4
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August 13. ,
!
Lt. William C. Hartung and ;! The following personnel

Mrs. Lorraine B. Hartung a $ ) changes have been effected with-

daughter, weighing 5 lbs., 6 3/4 in the past week at Naval Hos-

ozs., on July 30.Aviation \-1F; .L pital. '

Machinist's Mate .. New arrivals include Comdr.

2/c Joseph O. Jenkins and Mrs. Charles, H. Gilliland (MC) here

Alice L. Jenkins, a daughter; : ti from Naval Hospital, National

weighing 6 lbs., 2V4 ozs., on July Naval Medical Center, Bethesda,

Md. He will be in charge of de-

30.C pendents' clinic and dependents ;
h f e t Aviation Machinist'sate

: E. M. Bush and Mrs. Lydia hospital. ,
It ,
Lt. Hazel L. Funk NC \
( ) was
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E. Bush, a daughter, weighing
, recalled to active and
duty re- 1
Ibs., 15 ozs., on July 31.
tained on board..Lt. EleanorF.
Commissaryman 1/c Harry L. I
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I Lee (NC) was received fromU.
Nurse and Mrs. Helen Nurse, a
BEGIN ORIENTATION PROGRAM-Recently elected O & B Shop Committee members aboveare S. Naval Station, Argentia, "1

daughter, weighing 6 lbs., 12V4 now engaged in a twelve-hour instruction course designed to familiarize them with their new Newfoundland. .Comdr. Gor- j

ozs., on July .31. duties. Front row (left to right are: James Wood; Hiram Van Houten; Margaret CaUahan; Comdr. don W, Schwalbe received for 9
assistant O&R officer Ruth Munden; Aaron Thompson; Andrew Beatty and James
Tradevman 2/c Jerome W. Albert R. Weldon ;
two ((2)) weeks duty from Naval
end Mrs. Eleanore R. Vought. Back row (left to right), Theron Whidden; Wilbur' Gough, chief training supervisor; liar- .
Fleming ry Jarrard, chief shop personnel supervisor; Robert Boyer; Adolph Novak; William Ferrell; Bryan Reserve Training Center, Gainesville A

Fleming, a son, weighing 7 lbs., Cornwall; Willie Dobbs and James Moon. Absent from the picture are Mary Dunbar Floyd Koons, Florida. '1

5% ozs., on July' 31. James Sorrell, William Snead, Robert Wagner. Mario Dlloreto and James Netting. I Captain James S. Brown, Jr., w

Storekeeper 2/c Percy R. Blau- transferred to Fleet Marine I

velt and :Mrs. Bobbie D.'Blauvelt, Selected By Employees Family Sends Forces Pacific Camp Pendleton,

a daughter, weighing 6 Ibs., 10'4 California, as commanding offi-

ozs.,, on August 1. 21 Begin Training For Duties Thanks For cer 1st Evacuation Hospital I ,

I Fleet Marine Forces.
William
Hospital Corpsman 1/c

J. Donaldson and Mrs. Alice G. ,As Shop Committeemen t At 0 & R Helping HandDear Transfers, Arrivals

Lt. Lanelee P. Jircil transferred J
Donaldson, a daughter, weighing Editor:

7 Ibs., I1 J.* ozs., on August 1. Twenty-one Overhaul and Repair Major problems are referred. ,i Would you please print the to Marine Corps Air Base,

Department employees be- Cherry Point, N. C. Infirmary Lt.
3/c James W.
Commissary to management in two monthly following letter of thanks to

.Shover end Mrs. Isabelle A. gan indoctrination and orienta- meetings, one with the O & R the.officers and men, stationedat Frederick J. Cady, released from
r tion classes for duties as shop active duty and returned to Saginaw -
Shover, a son, weighing 7 lbs., officer, and one with the O & R NAS Jacksonville, who were

8 ozs., on August 1. committeemen last week. Production officer. Minor prob- so kind and helpful to my sis- Michigan. .
This twelve-hour condensed Comdr. Robert B. Greeman
Hospital Corpsman 2/c La- lems are handled at shop level. ter and me when we needed it
I course is designed primarily to transferred to Naval Hospital,
Verne,H. Tweedle and Mrs. Von.I most. Only July 26, I lost my
instruct the new shop committee Chelsea, Mass. Benjamin C. Harris
da J. Tweedle, a son, weighing PERIODICALLY O & R Shop husband and son through
members in employee group relationships HMC, from Navy Recruiting
7 lbs., 9Vi ozs., on August 1. Committee members, together drowning and these people I
and will include reference Station, Macon, Ga. HerronA.
with the other shop committees, were wonderful. We will always
Seaman John F. Fihaley and
to actual case histories. Parrish, HM3, received from
meet with the Commanding Officer be thankful and gratefulto
Mrs. Joan E. Fihaley, a daughter 2nd Marine Division, I'MF, Camp

weighing 7 lbs., 7 ozs., on August SHOP committeemen are the or his representative.Shop each one for his help. Lejuene, N. C. Andy J. Webb,
committeemen have authority We wish it were possible for
I,
important channels of communication HM3, from 2nd Marine Division,
to use reasonable time off, to thank each of men '
Chief i Aviation Machinist's between employees and us you Camp Lejuene, N. C. John A.
when satisfactory to their immediate of the Ordnance & Gunnery
Mate Thomas J. Shepard and management. They survey and Peck, HM3, here from U. S. Na.
supervisor, from their division and the Photo section
Mrs. Elsie M. Shepard, a present problems that affect val Medical School, National Na-

I daughter, weighing 7 lbs., 1 oz. groups of employees such as regularly assigned duties to pre separately, but that isn't pos val Medical Center, Bethesda,
sent and investigate shop prob sible, so we will do the next
on August 2.Radioman safety, comfort and employee Md.
lems. best thing and thank you as a
Seaman William C. services. Good Conduct Awards
Our deepest and sincere
King end Mrs. Marjorie A. King, group. Capt. Theophilis F. Weinert
THE 0 & R Shop Committeeis thanks go to you men for your
a daughter, weighing 7 lbs., 12U Chapman Selected presented good conduct awards
the largest on the station. financial help. It will foreverbe
ozs. on. August 2. to Homer C. Hagman, HMC;
\ Wilbur H. Gough, Chief Train. appreciated.Our .
Airman Roger F. Stetson and Charles E. Sizemore, HMC; Eu-
New Leader Of ing supervisor of the station, will heartfelt thanks go to '
Tarver HMC and Kenneth
Mrs. Shirley M. Stetson, a gene J. -
conduct the course .under the
those officers and men whose
W. VanCleve HM3 with
daughter, weighing 8 lbs., H oz. ,
auspices of the Station Training help and sympathy reachedfar .
Employees GroupDuring congratulations.Slate
on August 2. department. Harry E. Jarrard, beyond the line of duty. To August Follies

Ensign Harold S. Wiking and Chief Shop Personnel Supervisorfrom
Chief Harris, Chief Schlueterand
its initial meeting this The Red Cross "August Frolics"dance
Mrs. Carole Y. Wiking, a son, O & R, will assist. Lt. Hitchcock of Ordnanceand
week, the new Board of Direc- will be the big drawing
weighing 6 lbs., 3 3/4 ozs., on
to Warrant Officer
tors of the Employees Associa- Gunnery; card for patients at the hospital

August 3.Tradevman. tion elected officers to serve for Interested In Good Mittner and Lt. Rentz, of auditorium on Aug. 26. Music

Airman Billy C. the coming year the Record Office; to John L. will be furnished by the NATTC

Lamberth and Mrs. Peggy J. Sullivan, A03; Lt. Estes of the orchestra. The Ecclectic Club
Heading the organization as In
Lamberth, a son, weighing 7 lbs., president is Paul B. Chapman of Bargain Luggage1Are Supply Office; to Dorothy hostesses, sponsored by Mrs.

3/4 ozs., on August 3. Compton and Marge Saultz, of
Pauline Becker and Mrs.
Overhaul and Repair. Frank C. you in the market for Roy
Aviation Structural Mechanic the Wives Club to the
Navy ;
Wood of Supply and Fiscal was good luggage at mark-down, Wynn are always top dancing
1/c Manuel T. Katsarelis and doctors and nurses of the Dependents .
elected treasurer and HenryB. prices? partners.
,
: Mrs. Barbara K. Katsarelis, a Hospital. Last, but
Attention All Music Lovers
Masterson, Miscellaneousgroup The Navy Exchange has announced :
daughter weighing 6 lbs., 7 ozs., certainly not least-to
Chap
will fill the recording that the fine line of whether it be popular hillbillyor
i'', August 4. lains William A. and
on Wiggins
classical have itthanksto
secretary American Tourister luggagewill we
Sgt. Charles E. Smallwood and post.. be substantially reduced Charles A. Dittmar. the Special Services depart

"': Mrs.. Maggie Smallwood, a son, It is the responsibility of these effective August 26. Never shall we forget any of I ment. The popular and hillbillyare

:";, weighing 7 lbs., 1 oz. on August employee representatives to Prices will be slashed on you and thanks once again. all on the 45 RPM records

4. handle end operate the civilian week-end cases, wardrobesand (Signed) and the classical are all long

,:, Aviation Structural Mechanic cafeteria and the vending ma- 24, 26 and 29 inch Pull- Mrs. E. C. Hughes, Jr., and playing. These records are avail
..... 1/c Jack M. Taylor and Mrs.
Mrs. P. W. Kemmerer.
chines. After adequate funds I man cases. able every day to you, so come
Millie S. Taylor, a daughter,
to the Recreation Hall and
over
have been set aside for the operation
weighing 9 lbs., .4 ozs.,,on August --------..... enjoy the music.
of the food service, all r :r. ti.
5. The Red Cross staff welcomes
monies directed back
Cpl. James C. Lyons, Jr., and excess are a ./\ ?# .
Miss Frances Recreation
Copeland
into the hands of the employees ,
Mrs. Eleanor Lyons, a daughter,
the Board for welfare Worker from Tuscaloosa,
by use as
weighing 6 lbs., on August 5.
and recreational expenditures. Ala., who is here while Miss
Chief Aviation Metalsmith W.
i ,'-::;-.>. Frances Jones, Head Recreation
H. Farwell and Mrs Gloria C.
President Chapman has pn- Worker, enjoys her leave in
Farwell, a son, weighing 5 lbs., Mexico.
nounced the new committee-
15 ozs., on August 5.
handle these functions. The Cafeteria RC Chapters Meet
',' 2nd Lt. Henry A. Summers and
Committee is headed by Meeting at the hospital on
I :l'" Mrs. Virginia R. Summers, a son,
Robert L. Brown, O & R, chair- l Aug. 12 were representativesfrom
i r ; weighing. 7 Ibs., 12 ozs., on August
six Red
4' man. Members are: Arlington W. nearby County
5.TSgt.
1' Bennett, Supply and Fiscal; Paul Cross Chapters and Southeast
Joseph J. Kosenski and :
Public Works and ern A r e.a headquarters. The
Longstreet, ; I
... Mrs. Alberta J. Kossinskl, a son,
Home Service secretaries Du-
Thomas F. Andreu, Public of
wr' weighing 8 lbs., 1 oz. on August
!
val Nassau Columbia St.
j Works. Clay, ,

: r 6. The vending machine committee Johns, and Bradford Countieswere
;,..;' Commissaryman 1/c Bryant
of Thomas P. invited to meet with the
; Conerly and Mrs. Mabel I. Con ; is composed \
chairman and staff of the Hospital Red Cross
Roberts, O & R,
3 lbs.
daughter weighing ,
erly. a ,
William H. Harden, Jr., Miscellaneous and the Hospital Social Service
15 ozs., nil August 6. ?! department for a discussion of
Aviation Machinist's Mate lIe member. rfi .3

Robert Boyd Deason and Mrs. The new Board of Directors ..wk common problems and to familiarize

will meet the second Tuesday of NEW ASSOCIATION HEAD-Paul M. Chapman, newly elect- themselves with the serv.

Phyllis A. Deason, daughter, 'each month. A representative of I ed president of the Board of Directors of the Employees Associa ice of the hospital as it is available -- (
weighing 7 Ibs., 10 ozs., on August tion, receives congratulations from John W. Carson (left), assistant .
also to the serviceman and hU
9 6.Please. i the commanding.officer will Industrial Relations officer. Outgoing president Sam A. Whit- .

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FW J'I:il, Fly Over Florida With ;r On Ground I



Proving the old adage, "I don't SALTY HUMOR FROM t.
JSSSSSSSSSt !. care how high I fly as long as I

Closing their Softball season can keep one foot on the ground", HERE AND THERE:1.

with a trip to Pensacola, the is the radar training device in- \ I Sick Call Officer: "How do you ':.-
Waves are now preparing for stalled here at FaetuLant De- ,
feel soldier? :.,
volleyball sessions. Mary Dimickof tachment 2. .
Recrui't: "Can't kick. :",,;
Special Services was named Known as the 15-Z-1, this .
.tt.i SCO: "Then what are you doing .t"
manager of the sextet. Practiceis trainer provides experience in : here in the hospital?" '

scheduled to start sometime observing radar scope patterns If Recruit: "Rheumatism."

next week. almost identical to those encoun- -
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tered in actual flight. Bootblack: "Shine your shoes .'
The pins will start falling soon
Using this gear, radar person- sailor?"
when the Waves bowling team is
nel can gain a large part of the Chief: ""Naw.' -
formed and the ping pong tour- experience necessary for the op- I Bootblack: "Shine them so you 1\:
nament between the two bar-
eration of radar equipment in can see your face in them."
racks should prove quite a con- .
navigation and bombing. Chief: "Naw.
test. No definite date has been
Bootblack: "Cowardl"Father !
fet but the tourney will probablytake ?
_ THE 15-Z-1 utilizes
place the latter part of supersonic iUtL '"
sound pulses in' lieu of radar : "How is it, young man,
September.Janet
pulses and translates them to a that I find you hugging and kiss-
Love set the wedding radar scope. Using APS-33 radar ing my daughter? How is it, I ask
bells:} ringing recently and Mary "
with the trainer the
Ann Gonczy plans to hear the equipment _..... .................._....__...m.__:......_..__........_..._ .____ ... you?
15-Z-l gives an almost 100 percent Sailor: "Oh, it's greatreallygreat.
chimes sometime soon. Elaine of SIMULATED FLIGHT flight across Florida's -
accurate replica everything -Simulating a -
Rosenberg Cunningham returned the radar operator would Everglades are trainees Auggie Klingbiel, ATAN and Ike Me- .
from her matrimonial trip to I Millen (seated rear), who use radar scopes connected to FaetuLant's -
get in the air. students receive A young mother: had just unburdened I...
Utah and will probably leave radar trainer in Building 913. Here the
inI I. With a map of northeast Flor navigational Instructions from Truman Smith. ATC (standing) herself and told her son r:':
shortly to join her husband ida made to a scale of 1:200,000: as they report their desired course to their instructor-pilot Durham the facts of life. At the end she .

New York. I constructed of sand and carbo- Carnes ATI, seated_at. -the trainer. said, "Now if there is anything "

Evelyn Moran and Naomi Dan- rundum in a plate of glass, the I transmits information to guide taught to operate the controls, you don't understand, just ask ...
trainee can gain experience fly- the instructor-pilot over the de- recognize the various scope pat me."
iel, latest arrivals at NAS, will
ing over Florida with one foot sired course. terns, solve problems in the air The boy appeared in aeriouathought ;
their duties with Com-
perform
munications department. on the ground.. As he "flies" the course, he and become valuable crew memo and then turned gravely .-:- ;
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bers of Naval aircraft. his mother and said "How do
,
Reporting to ANP( ) School sees a changing presentation that W.--
THE TRAINER itself is opera- Aviation Electronics personnelwho they get the Saturday Evening
this week was Judith Davis from looks as it would from the air.
ted by the instructor acting as interested in this course, Post out on Wednesday?"
direc-
Neosho, Mo.. ANP( ) graduates Effects of changing speed, are
and their Tespective schools in- the pilot, while the student op- tion, altitude and wind drift are which convenes weekly and includes '

clude Clarice Rice, Sally Pratt erating the actual radar controls accurately simulated. eight hours actual flight The recruit complained to the

and Eunice Toler-PH; Virginia and observing the scope, figuresout time, should contact the training sergeant that he had a splinterin

Overton and Jeanette Brock- the navigation problems, and TIIUS TilE airborne radar officer at FaetuLant Detachment his finger. "You should have

AC; Pat Griffiths-TD; Virginia team: pilot, navigator, bombar- 2 in Building 913 or telephone had more sense," was the harsh

Parker, and the Borrowes' twins FourAwardedService dier, and radar operator may be 376. comment, "than to scratch your
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-AK. Transferred to Pensacolafor head.

duty was AK graduate PinsAtOperationsi NAME NEW WAVES -',
Lillian Fisher.CPO. DEPUTY DIRECTORLcdr. Model to artist: "You say I'm
I the first model you ever kissed"
Kathryn Dougherty has Artist: "I can swear to that."
been appointed as the new Deputy
Notes I Model: "How many models
Four Operation Department : (By Armed Forces Press Service) Director of the Waves. A have you had before me?"
Another of the "extras"the employees were presented in- graduate of Iowa State ,Teachers'
many I I REAL NAMES OF STARS Artist: "Four. An apple, an orange
club provides is this: Any service_ awards last Friday by I The real names of many starsin College, she entered the Servicein a dead fish, and a piece of
Chief Petty Ofifcer, Master Ser- Comdr. Paul J George Opera the entertainment world often WWII and recently served as cheese."

geant or their dependents who tions officer. differ from their stage names. OIC of the Wave Recruit Training -

are hospitalized will receive Recipient of a ten year pin See if you can correctly pair off School, Great. Lakes, 111. Junior: My pop has a wooden .
flowers with the compliments of was Sue L. Verner, Clerk, who the names listed below. I leg and it pains him something
the Club. Any member, knowingof worked previously in the Over Questions awful.

such cases need only contactone haul and Repair department and 1. Lily Chauchon BLOOD BANK
"How wooden
I Playmate: can a
of the club managers, who I the Supply and Fiscal depart 2. Sarah Folks "
BOX SCORE leg pain him?
.
will make all arrangements for ment. 3. Dolly Loehr
delivery of flowers. I Other ten year pins went to 4. Virginia McMath No. Quota Junior: My"Mom hit him on the

Plans are being made to ease Hugh A. Bruce and John W. 5. Phyllis Isley Sched. l\ltt' head with it.

congestion in the club on Bingo Welch, link trainer instructors. 6% John F. Sullivan FAW 11 13 161.5%
nights, additional tables and : These men were formerly attached 7. Alphonso D'Abruzzio Administration 3 133.3% Medic: How are your eye
chairs will be set up and im- to the US Department of Education 8. Frel Austerlitz Public Works 24 120.8% since I fixed you up with

provements in the public address (Florida State Educational 9. Izzy Iskowitz NA'ITC 253 108.6% glasses?

Fystem will help somewhat. If Program) and transferredto 10. William J. Shields Operations 12 108.3" Soldier: I can see the spots m

Bingo continues as popular as it Civil Service in 1941. NARTU 'T 100.0% front of them. a lots more clearlynow

is, some floor rules may be established A five year pin was presentedto a. Ginger Rogersb. Spec. Servo 4: 100.0%' ,

to control attendance. Francis R. Theep, also a ]link Jennifer Jonesc. Medical 2 100.0% .

With the help of all hands, trainer instructor. During World Dianna Lynnd. Indus Rela. 2 300.0% The after-dinner speaker ,

Bingo should become the Club's War II a Navy serviceman, Jane Wymane. Dental 1 100.0r% droned on and on, his fancy

finest weekly social affair. Theep entered Civil Service in Claudette Colbert Comm. 4: 75.0% words slowly emptying the hall

Club officials, the Board of I 1947 at Cecil Field, and in 1948 f. Eddie Cantorg. Res. Fleet 85 65.8% until only a solitary figure 're-

Governors and the various club came aboard NAS Jax. Fred Allenh. Cecil Field 16 62.5% mained. Finally finishing, he ran

committees welcome suggestions In making the presentations, Robert Alda ComFairJax 94 54.2% over to this one last hearer and

from members regarding socialor Comdr. George commended the i i. Fred Astairej. Grn. Cv. Spgs. 35 34.2% grasped his hand, exclaiming: !

other club functions. One employees for "the fine service j. Barry Fitzgerald Marines 10 30.0r-' my message, I am satisfied. My

such suggestion-that of supply. given the government". (Answers on Page 8)) o & R 115' 26.9% "My friend, if only you took in

ing all members with a copy of Supply 27 25.9% my message, I am satisfied .My

the constitution and by-laws- Hospital 21 23.8% labors are not in vain if one lis-
points out how suggestion of one Engineers 13 0.0% tener is convinced!"
member benefit the club as a 4 ?
can AIM 4 4.0% The other looked at him blankly -

whole. Fla. Mil. Dist. 5 0.0% and stammered: "Who was lis- .

tening; I'm the next speaker." .
Adm. Badger Heads New Cigar-Shaped Bomb

USO Defense Fund Aids Plane's Air Speed seutntsurr. ,.

Adm. Oscar C. Badger (ret), El Segundo, Calif., (API'S)-A S at

has been appointed campaign I streamlined, cigar-shaped bombto t 't
chairman for the United Service I be carried outside of modern !
Defense Fund. ire :
Organizations combat planes will permit 50-
will lead the campaign which is mph faster flights than did WWII .' wF '"

expected to raise 2'4 million dollars / Vff s type bombs, the Navy announces. I II I
to benefit personnel of the ; The new bomb shape was designed <
Armed Forces. f t: to decrease aircraft drag.A l'
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plane carrying three 2,000- ?
Safety Award To HollomanThe pound bombs of this latest designcan j.

National Safety Council's fly 50 mph. faster than it

Award of Honor has been pre- could if it was mounted with
Holloman AFB N. M. I sented to 2,000 pound
for an outstanding record in ac- GAIN SERVICE A\VARDS-llonored for length of service at I bombs. Z'
cident prevention. The presentation NAS Jax, four Operations department employees received inservice I .
is the highest recognitionthat awards last Friday. Comdr. Paul George (center), Operations The smallest man we know of
officer presented 10-year pins to (left to right) Hugh Bruce John I is the sailor who
can be awarded by the counciL Welch and Sue Verner and a five-year pin to Francis Theep (far slept on his "We just take off from the catapult
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right). W etch. lieutenant, not land!"






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',. VP-3, VF-173 arid VF-102 Report BIRTHS
(Continued from Page 3)

Airman 1/c Benjamin V7.
"" Jacksonville Area Fahm and Mrs. Bettie L. Fahm,
Squadrons '
Scouting a daughter weighing 8 Ibs, 6

3/4 ozs., on August 7.
VP-3 27 Ensign Herbert G. Simon said Airman Lester Lemeyer and
I
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:.; Dan Banister ATAN and Ta) the vows with Leta Joy Robin w tC Mrs. Patricia A. Lameyer, a son,

.' Klaus, ATAN, were transferred son in Kingsland, Ga. weighing 8 lbs., 3/4 ozs., on August -

last week to Fleet Sonar School,, Less than a week later, August 7.

k?, ;, Key West, for duty with VX-1.. 2, Lt. '(jg) James J. Tyson Lt. (jg) Kenneth C. Coston

Jit;.. A number of VP-3 men are already tied the knot with Ann Buckley and Mrs. Evelyn C. Coston, a

s' there so it will be like old here in the All Saints Chapel daughter weighing 6 Ibs, 7'4

f'''; times for all hands. A hearty congratulations from ozs., on August 8.

.J zf; Transferred to VA-105 at Cecil all hands! Seaman Eugene T. Denton and

Mrs. Jo Ann Denton a son,
'.' Field last week was Ira Jordan,,
t: ADC. VF-102 weighing 6 Ibs., 7 ozs., on Au-

", f::- ... Lt. Ed Kryspin returned to the Seven new men are currently gust 8.Chief. .

'.,' squadron from six weeks training :. touring the squadron's spaces as 't eta ; Aviation i I Electrician

1:'G> at the sub schools at New they become acquainted with all James H. Smith and Mrs. Phyllis

i': London end Key West. hands. w' jW 'i4a B. Smith, a son, weighing 7 Ibs,

,f.. i: Lt. (jg) Vince Darrow who Dusting off their feet on the 8 ozs., on August 8.
Electrician Frederick
Aviation 2/c
"+ vi;!s recently wed to Genevieve ole "Welcome Mat" as they came

i,' Johnston at the St. Edwards I aboard are: Ensign Charles Beal H. Blanken and Mrs.

'(It.:'. Chapel returned to work Mon. I: who reported from NAS Norfolk d Joyce R. Blanken a son, weigh-
I ing 7 Ibs, 11 ozs., on August 8.
!k. day after a'two week honey. and hails from Brooklyn,,
llospitalman Richard E. Poland
moon. I N. Y.
ij and Mrs. Mary C. Poland,
Adding to the crews complement
Lt. Mo Moses left the squadron '
; i. for duty with the Fleet Air were Martin Asche, AM2;; a son, weighing 7 Ibs, 7!Vs ozs.,

.
Wing staff while Lt. Dave Watson Earl M. Ward, ADC; Robert E. on August 8.
BACK HOME The first detachment of Patrol Squadron 741 Aerial Photographer 1/c
I Lee, AT3; Roland L. Wesley, -
has been transferred to the
to return here after a five-month tour of duty on the Island of Homer A. Sandifer and Mrs.
'T Ordnance Center, Dahlgren, Md. ADI; Rodney H. Jansen, HN Malta in the Mediterranean are greeted by their wives and chil- Mildred F. Sandifer a daughter,
and Hercle E. Epperson, ADC. dren. The squadron, which returned last Friday, participated in
CAA is sub their weighing 7 Ibs, 8 ozs., on Au-
A question for the several sea and air activities during European duty.
: : Lt. (jg) Glen Stokes hasn't had'a
;: gust 8.
mitted by Lt. (dg) R. M. Ellis. 1-
.,' good nights sleep to two weeks. Who has the right of way the 1I I Attain Recognition Hospitalman 3/c Thomas J.
;r He wants the word passed to Lois M. Moren
., Lt. Moran and Mrs. ,
?
buzzard or the plane (jg)
,. '. anyone that sees, a stork in the Ellis has been asking this question Jacksonville's Own VP-741 Returns a daughter weighing 5 Ibs, 1514

Jacksonvile area to please giveit since his recent encounter ozs., on August 8.
"w a boot in the direction of his i Seaman Harold L. Williamsand

home. He's await'in.Congratulations with a feathered. friend.. After f Five-Month: Stay On Maltapatrol Mrs. Eunice E. Williams a

to Lt. (jg) son, weighing 5 Ibs, 12 3/4 ozs.,
squadron: m, ..JaCKson.ville's -
Ken Coston and his wife Evelyn unit was written up several times on August 9.
Lt. Col. Treitel own reserve squadron,
on the arrival of a baby girl, returned here over-the weekendin by British writers, once on the Ensign Julius Lehmoine and

Belinda. Both mother and squadron recreation past-time of Mrs. Rita Y. Lehmoine, a son
and the Airs Views On big patrol planes after servingfor horseshoes. 7 Ibs 13V4 Au-
X daughter are doing fine five months on the Isle of playing weighing ozs., on

tA1 father appears to have passed Malta in the Mediterranean. Comdr. Douglas E. Epperson, gust 9.Airman.
'.: the crisis stage also. Traffic Amos D. Hoyt and
RegsNow themas VP-741 executive officer was
0" Waiting happily to greet
Mrs. Donna C. Hoyt, a daughter,
\. Crews one and three received
f in the front
those
landing
t, congratulations from Lcd in his fifth week as Station they arrived in three differ among weighing 7 Ibs, 10'i ozs., on Au-
which touched down about
their families plane
ent detachments were ,
officer Lt. Col. PaulS. 9.Pfc. .
t : Thomas Martin executive officer Security gust
behind last March when noon Friday while Comdr.
left
Robert L. Tucker and
laxity
1, for their outstanding grades Treitel has declared that
Charles W. Rogers squadron
Mediterranean. ,
they departed for the
\ in the recent administration in- in driving aboard the station Mrs. Nancy L. Tucker, a
arrived with the third
While there they participated skipper,

spection. They received marks of will not be tolerated. daughter, weighing 7 Ibs, 13'4
and last at about 2100 Sat-
in several allied air and naval group
,! I; 95 and 94, respectively on the ozs., on August 9.
exercises established urday.
a new
condition of their aircraft. Aviation Machinist's Mate Air-
squadron high In monthly air Donald R. Carroll and Mrs.
man
: '
Bill Barrett AN donated his
,
hours and visited of the
many
Margaret Carroll, a daughter,
r' sixth pint of blood last week.
famous European tourist cities. FP
) J weighing 5 Ibs, 15 OZS., on Au-
That makes him the
tops among When the squadron first arrived 9.

squadron personnel and one of in Malta, it was greeted by a gust Instrumentman 3/c Vincent
: the highest on the station. Bill'sis
headline in the "Times of Malta"newspaper
Tullo and Mrs. Adele M. Tullo
," an example that should be heralding the fact .$
a daughter weighing 7 Ibs, 4'4
followed by all. that "The Gators Are Here." The ia 9.
August
ozs., on
New officers reporting aboard Lt. Marion L. Long and Mrs.

I J P'. recently from FaeTuLant include Bronze Gold Juanita L. Long, a son, weighing
Lt. Joe Beard, Lt. Ralph W.
7 Ibs, 134 ozs., on August 9.
i Keener Lt. Loren Wheeler, Lt. I T/Sgt. Eldon L. Fish and Mrs.

;,,1'. (jg) Zealand Thigpen and Lt. Star MedalsFor Emily A. Fish, a son, weighing

John Grant. to : 7 lbs 5 3/4 10.
August
ozs., on
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I, Lt. FainLt. Chief Radio Electrician Frank

r, VF-173 t ski... Lubinsky and Mrs. Yolanda' A.

::.. Listening to the tune of "Wed- .. ...Jh' Charles W. Fain, Jr., was Lubinsky a son, weighing 8 Ibs.,
ding Bells" recently were a duo awarded the Bronze Star Medal .
f. Lt. Col. Treitel 5 ozs., on August 10.
of officers with VF-173. On July and the Gold Star in Jieu of a
M/Sgt. Vivian L. Cantrell and
I', Treitel, who relieved Lt. Col.
Star at the last
second Bronze
} Mrs. Lydia C. Can t r ell, a
Harvey B. Atkins said in a recent
NEW NAVY PIO/ held at the
personnel inspection
weighing 7 lbs. 10''
interview that, "penalties in the daughter, ,
Rear Adm. Robert F. Hickey, Naval Air Technical Training
past have been on the idea of ozs., on August 11.
former Chief of Information, has Center.
Daniel
eliminating second offenders, but Chief Comissaryman S.
eO", been ordered to command a fast by eliminating second offenderswe Captain Lester K. Rice, commanding Koger and Mrs. B e u 1 a h M.
k carrier division in the Pacific. officer of the Center
increased first offenders by Sr Koger, a daughter weighing 7
,,. His successor is Capt. Lewis S. giving probationary sentences. made the presentation to Lt. Fain, I Ibs., 13V ozs., on August 11.

Parks, former Deputy Chief of "Jax Lenient Base" who is presently attached to the Teleman 2/c Norman P. Froitz-

.!' Information. Center as a Dental Officer. F heim and Mrs. Sylvia E. Froitz-
.i "It is hoped that the new pen
to do heim a son, weighing 8 Ibs"l'
alties will be stiff enough
"Mother may I go In swim See Picture Page 1)
Trei ozs., on August 11.
ming?" away with first offenders.
tel stated further that "even with The decorations were bestowed Aviation Ordnanceman 2/c Al-
"No, dear it's far too deep.
"But Daddy is swimming.! the new penalties in effect, Jacksonville upon Lt. Fain, "For meritorious bert R. Gauther and Mrs. ShirleyA.

I) .I I 'Yes.. dear, but he's insured... is still one of the most service while serving with a Gauther a daughter weigh-

., I .- lenient bases in the country." Marine Infantry regiment during ing 7 lbs., 14 ozs., on August 11.

Air News Lt. Col. Treitel who reported operations in Korea against the Chief Aviation. Machinist'sMate
lax
aboard early in July comes fromi enemy from September 15 to Oc-, E. F. Clausen and Mrs.

Needs Writers i tour of duty with G-3 (Opera- tober 8, 1950, and again from Clare S. Calusen, a daughter,

ions) at Camp LeJeune, N. C. November 8 through December' weighing 9 Ibs, 4 ozs, on August -
3 .'
The JAX AIR NEWS Is in
Treitel, a native of New York 10, 1950." i 12.
.,; dire need of reporters and I' Lt. (jg) Ray W. Roberts and
City; is a 1940 graduate of the 'Lt. Fain displayed great pro-
; writers. The staff is being sadly Mrs. Anna C. Roberts, a son,
'. Naval Academy. Prior to enter- fesional skill and ability i ir> the \
I depleted due to transfers weighing 9 Ibs., 4 3/4 ozs., oa
ng the Academy he served two performance of his duties as regimental
) and separation and replace- I
\ md a half years as a Navy enlistd dental officer. August 12.
:; ments must be found. a Chief Aviation Metalsmith

\. Personnel with experienceare : man.With 4th Marines Lt. Fain is also authorized to Claude A. Jones and Mrs. The1I -
the Combat "V".
preferred, but experience Upon leaving the Academy he wear I. ma B. Jones, a daughter, weighing

Is not absolutely necessary. vent to Quantico Virginia; where After spending about two years 8 lbs., 1 oz. on August 13.

Reporters are needed both in he served as a company comman- overseas he returned to the states 1 Airman Edwin L. Ames and

the general news and sports ler and was later transferred to and entered the Naval War Col- SUPER Cooper COOPERAttractiveToni doesn't seem interested Mrs. Doris J. Ames, a son, weighing

sections. he 4th Marine Division. ege. Since that time he has in swimming: as she 6 Ibs, 10'/& ozs., on, August

Personnel interested are requested Serving with the 4th Marines served on the Staff of ComPhib- smiles prettily for a photographer

to contact the editorin in the Pacific, Lt. Col. Treitel Lan't De- beside a pool in Las Vegas 13.Sgt.. W. T. Smith and Mrs. Sue

Building 930, topside, or roit. Nev. Hiding such obvious Smith a daughter weighing TIbs
vas wounded in the battle of Sal. assets under 1120 would be ,
phone> extension 8184 or 216. pan. he Staff of FMF Atlantic criminal, anyway. ., 8 OZS., on August 13


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Revenge With L4 K.,

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Swim TriumphRevenge :
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for the recent sweepof ; ux

the NATTC boxing smoker by

Marine boxers was turned in last '

week by a team of Navy tank

men who splashed their way toa

lopsided 44-13 victory over t

With John Cturrat Marine entries in a swimming r

From time time meet by ANP( ) a4'a
to throughout the current diamond season this I sponsored

corner has been critical of the Jax Navy Fliers, pointing out flaws school I- :
Coached by Al Brady ADC
that presented themselves in a season packed with upsets disap a
the Navy swept every first
pointments and thrills. place event on the card and held I

But after returning from week in Memphis where we watchedthe I I their opponents to as low as one

locals in the Sixth Naval District Baseball Tournament we've point in two different races. After \r

nothing but the highest regard for the "thin thirteen" a band of the meet the "aquamaniacs" 91

athletes that came through unheralded with runner-up honors to put on their comedy routine for w 9 _
I
the Pensacola Goslings. -'- --
the spectators. 1--------- .1

From start to finish Coach Frank McCaffrey's charges gave Individual winners of the COPS CITY CROWN-Swmming honors came back to the j

their all The Fliers faced the best left-bander in the tourney and I meet were John Moulin, 50 yard j Navy as Jar: Navy's swimming team captured the Jacksonville ,

perhaps in service baseball Charlie Gorin.> Not once, but twice. free style; Richard PenLlo, div- swimming and diving championship last Thursday at Springfield -
I pool. Team members are, front row (left to right) Lorlng Holmes
And in both frays the former Milwaukee Brewer ace blankedthe I ing; Robert McIntyre 100 yard
: Myles Nash Fred Lunch. Rob Melatyre and John Moulin. Back 'j
Fliers, 13-0 and 3-0. Don't disparage the Fliers in losing. After free style; Jay Beden 100 yard row (left to right Coach AI Rrady team captain Torn Vickery.

the final game the Goslings knew they had faced a tough opponent backstroke and Warren Insull, Bill Williamson GII Whitaker Erie Nordhausen. Ed: O'Dwyer, Bill
50 yard breaststroke. I Ilennessy and Jim Ryan. Missing from the photo are Murland
I Searight, B. J. Hansen Tom Hxekbarth and Warren Insull.
Gordon Lassila matched Gorin pitch for pitch through seven Winning relay team members

Innings in the finale but with two away and two on in the eighthhe were-Moeller, Insull and Me-

couldn't get Pete Fannon former Jax Navy star, to join a group Intyre for the 150 yard medleyand ,Aquatic Crew Captures City

.of nine strikeout victims. Fannon rapped a solid single to centerto Moulin, Bryant Nordhausen

plate the winner. and McIntyre in the 200 yard

The final two runs that crossed were superfluous. The straw free style relay Swimming Diving HonorsFine
.
that broke the camel's back had been plucked and the locals .

couldn't muster a threat in the ninth. In fact Gorin duplicated 'his
VC-62 Heads overall scoring depth and a sweep of the first four fancy
feat of striking out the side in the first with three more in the
ninth. diving places enabled Jax Navy swimmers to score 104 points last'

For Norfolk week to capture the annual Jacksonville city swimming and diving
It could have gone either way. Had the Fliers been able to mpionships.

capitalize on their sixth inning outburst that found the bases .
With the burden --
pitching
on
Jax Navy picked only four
loaded with nobody down, we've little doubt that Lassila would the shoulders of stout AI Bui lard, r up Campbell, Nyles Nash Mel Car-
have escaped damage. VC-62 of Cecil Field will leave i first places enroute to their victory = ver, Jim Ryan and Gil Whitaker

We're not trying to take a thing from Lassila. The big blonde this weekend for Norfolk to compete I but piled up points by consistently compose the team and performed

righthander pitched magnificently. He didn't have it in the opener in the Atlantic Fleet Championships I placing men in the fie their i unique combination of

when the Goslings pounded him for a 13-0 decision. Lad was behindon Aug 25-28, representing nals of each event The total of comic diving and swimming antics -
almost hitter. I before an overflow crowd.
every ComAirLant.
104 was 37 points higher thanthe
.
e Summery:
The VC Mlle survived three
a second place steam S-r.r4 free ..,t.t 1. Jimmy Greene
But in the finale it was a different story. It took a strike thrown team regional playoff last week Atlantic Beach. 2. Myles Nash Jack.

from right field by Ralph Nielson in the sixth to nip Lassila at the with VR-22, representing the Nash, Vickerjr Shine combers.onrllle Navy 4. Morrt: 3. Jim Mil.lets.Julian Beirhcurabrs. Beach.

plate when he attempted to score from third on Stefanich's fly ball central area and VS-913 of the Myles Nash and Tom Vickery :I. Stan Millet, Beachcomber. ..
Tom Rackbarth, csonv111e Navy
Had Nielsen's throw been a few feet off, either way Lassila northern area in a double elimination were the main point getters for Winning tiro/ : y1:6: seconds. (Greene

would have scored, the runners advanced to second and third and tourney to gain entry to the Jax Navy strokers and tied set trial new), record of 24.1 second IN

only one out registered. But as it happened the ball turned into a.. the coming playoff. OA-yard free t\U 1. Jacksonville
for team high point honors while R 4't'n
double play and the locals couldn't muster another serious threat I Team director Chief Bill Rice ,i Vickery Navy Myles( Nash J. J. ]Moulink.'re. Tom
There selection will take a squad of 13 men with Murland Searight, who went to Beachcomber (Morris Mlrkls, Cane
was no made by the tournament committee on Burkhalter, Jim Julian lorn )fcDlU).
him, including J. T. Clark Red the final U. S. Olympic platform 3. Atlantic Beach Roi
,a most valuable player. However, well stick our neck out (which I Bremer. Jim
doesn't need much straining for this choice) end pick Jax Navy'sJohn Deadell D B Strickland, Cor- diving tryouts this year before Dezell Winning' Dick lime Urrnvllle One minute, Mike, 45 Marvin.& ace-.
McCaffrey.The dell Kelly Don Anderson, Glenn being eliminated and Gil Whit onds)1.
Peterson Dennis Jim aker finished one, two 100-ysrd( b".t utroke 1. Telfair Ma.
Terry, Ad- respec
amiable righthander with the stout wing came through luffey Atlantic Beach 2. li. J. Hansenx -
kins I Bill Gilmore Bill Keefe, tively in diving. Jacksonville! Navy 3. Frank Camp-
when the chips were down against Memphis with a brilliant one bell. Bemhcombers. 4. Bit liennesky.
hitter. II Ralph Stewart G. E. Blackstockand Two records fell during the Jacksonville Navy. 5. Warren Insull.
Had the
Cats been
victorious the
Fliers would have been Jacksonville; Navy, tt. Ross Br mer"
out of contention, but John set the Memphis nine down in smooth Bullard. two day meet but neither was j Atlantic Beach Winning UmOne:
I I claimed minute, 13.5 second
by Navy swimmers although -
style and assured the locals of at least second place.John's 410-yard free strict t. Lorlnc Holme.
I
Nash bettered the formed Jacksonville 1 Navy. t2. Eric Nwdhau.sen. : .
work didn't end on the hill In the other three con Jacksonville Navy 3. Crete Sandlln. -
50 free
yard style mark by ,5 I :
tests McCaffrey patroled the outer YMCA-r.ood shepheid 4. Morrl
perimeter and made two important Tennis Tourney seconds while finishing second to Mlrkii. Beachcombers. 5. Stan Miller.
throws that cut down runners at home plate trying to score Beachcombers. t. One Buikhalter.
the
record holder.
new Beachcombers. .
Winning time: Six: min
from third. ut... 15,:S seconds.
Seeks EntriesYou Topping off the meet whichwas
104-y'a rd Wk trki Bob WenU
sponsored by the city worth. Beachcombers. 2. John Sandlin
rec
SHORT SHOTS: Old faces popped up around Varsity Field don't have'to be a Bobby Beachcomber 4. Kite; Lundxrea. At .
reation department, was an lantic Beach. S. Ed O'Dwyer, Jacksonville
Memphis, at the diamond Former :Fliers
tourney. Roy Duenas and I Riggs to play in the coming Iron Navy 6. Bayard North. YMCA-
Jim Floto are wearing Hellcat uniforms while Jax grad Pete Fan- Man Trophy tennis competition. amusing performance Jax by the"Aquamaniacs" Good minute Shepherd., 140 seconds.VVIaning time; One

non is with the Goslings Monty Montoro Cecil Field shortstopwho AH that is required is a desire Navy com Fancy dialer three meter if...fa..
made the trip with the Fliers, said that Birmingham's first edy swimming team. Allen b..d1.. Murlanci Searight Jacksonville .
and three men to complete a I Navy 2'J4.00 points. 2 Git Whit.,
baseman Pat Handley was at Cecil earlier in the year. team roster. taker, Jacksonville Navy, 26a.90 points.
3. BUI Williamson Jacksonville Navy
Team records for the four tournament entries read: Jax Navy, Opening date of competitionwas FaliScheduleRevealed :SJT.ao: point 4. !'re Navy 2H.JO points 5. Woo .
46-32;; Pensacola, 41-7;; Memphis, 28-23; Birmingham 19-6 delayed because of the lack verton. Atlantic/ Beach., 2119.90 Billy points.
Snow fences were erected on Varsity Field in time for the first of entries. Fasron Six is the I 6.points.Mike Marvin. Atlantic Beech) ;>>I.-MJ

game: measuring 330 feet in both corners and'522 in dead center only unit to sign thus far Special In ICOjurJ free /It.ll'l:: 1. Jimmy Green,
! Pensacola's leading hitter Frank with Services all NAS Atlantic Bea-h. 2: .Myles Nash, Jacksonville r
f Saucier formerly San urges activities Navy. 3. Roland VUlntyre. ; .f'.,
Antonio and the St. Louis Browns, entered the series with a .539 to form a team and send IM ProgramStarting Jacksonville Navy!" 4. Jim Julian. '
Beachcomber 5. Bruce Norman.
average. He had fanned but once all season but added a pair in the an entry to Building 930 at the YMCA- ood Shepherd. 6. Jim Ryan,

three games Pensacola played. earliest possible time. date for the fall intramural Jacksonville second (new>avy.meet Winning record. time: 553 '

Memphis' Special Services Department did a grand job In providing program, including volleyball Vickery.l:>Oo&rd Jacksonville Individual medley Nary 2.1.Frank Tom 1 i.J
for the tournament teams. Every means was taken to insure and touch: football has Campbell. Beachcombers. 3. Teltalr (,
the squads a comfortable stay. Took the Fliers a long night before Tars Have Eight tentatively been set for Sept. 15, Hansen Mahaffey." Jacksonville Atlantic &Navy.>a.h.: &4. George u J. '.ir'

they could accustom themselves to the innerspring mattresses, but it was announced by Special Carter Meekf., YMCA-Uood Beachcombers.Shepherd.6. Tommy Win.
they overcame the "hardship.: oreHomeGames! Services'this week nine Ume One minute, 50.3 second
JOO-jranf free style: 1. John Sand-tin.
Coach McCaffrey reports that Keith Churchill Jai Navy Columbus makes its final ap- The three events along with Beachcombers. X Lacing Holmes. Jack.

outfielder in '50, who roams the pasture for the Memphis Hellcats pearance in the Myrtle Avenue tennis, comprise the sports offered "sonrllle Jacksonville' Navy.Navy 3. 4.EricNorclhausvn.Tom Vickery..

is the only man he's seen hit a ball into the trees in deep orchard thii evening with a single in competition for the sec Jacksonville Navy 5. Morris Mirkl
left field on Mason Field. The blow was registered against Parr fray against the Jacksonville :ond leg of the Iron Man Trophy. Beach.Beachcombers Winning* time Jim:Dwell Two, minutes Atlantic

x- Island and traveled well over 400 feet before descending A Tars. Following the game the locals ,Tennis was scheduled to beginthis 28.ijAjaril 7 second. .
[ medley r I v ; 1. AUintte
, three game sweep by Hospital in the station softball playoff wouldavenge are on, the road until Aug. week but a lack of entries Beach (Eric Lundgren, Telfair Mabaf.
I, fey Jimmy Greene'. 2. Jartsom-llle
t has forced postponement.
a similar loss to> the Students last year. The Corpsmenare 26. Navy (Warren Insull. Tom Hackbarth.

o consistently strong in every intramural ectivtiy and have On their return the Tars will Organizational meetings for Burkhalter.:d O'Dwyer, Bob). 3. Beachcomber t1Itwortl\. Stan(Cena MIU: "

, garnered their share of wins in competition with NATTCenterrepresentatives host Charleston in three successive I each sport will be held the first lee). 4. YMCA-Oood Shepherd (Bruce
Ncrm.ii Bayard North, Gregg' Sarxillii .
at the season's close Gordon Lassila and Bill single games, Aug. 26-28, and 'week of September and all units ), Time: One minute. 30.0 seconds.
t. Schuckers left today on leave and will not be around for the finale then the league leading Columbia I are urged to begin formation of II .

with Raiford Prison. Aug 30. Both lads have carried a heavy Reds are here for three tilts, I teams in order to facilitate a I Real estate agent showing coti-

burden through the long season and are deserving of the vacation. through Aug. 31. i smooth fall program. I pie house about to fall apart:
I
V, At the completion of the Raiford game the Fliers will have played Savannah winds up the 1952 Entry blanks and pertinent information "You can do a lot with this place

,,/ 86 games, and at worst could finish only 48-38. However well venture season for the Class A South Atlantic I about each sport can i if you're handy with money."

a guess at 52-34, which means the locals must go undefeated. I League entry with a single I be obtained from the Special : A bunch of U.:"&S. Defense Vr .-

the remainder of the lea on. game Sept. 1. :Services office, Phone 593. -A good investment. Bond ,4j



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ANP( ) School '( 1t

IN Title PlayoffHospital s 1 Wpb + Finals Of 61h HD MeetReturned



: assumed a commanding from a creditable second place showing in the Sixth

lead in the best three-of-five Naval District Tournament in Memphis last week the Jar Navy

playoff series for the Station soft- baseball squad settled down to the task at hand, that of winning

ball championship Tuesday when the second half crown of the City diamond league.

it edged the ANP) Students I
The Fliers were blanked twice Stage Come Back
4-3, in the second game.
The Corpsmen annexed a 7-" by Pensacola, tourney champs, Tournament play was on a

decision in the opener Monday on 13-0 and 3-0, with lefthander double elimination basis. And .

the. Students' diamond and now when the locals were bounced
Charlie Gorin the victor in both
13-0 by the Goslings in the -
need only one more win for the opener
but 4-2 win Birmingham
spaced a over
crown. Wednesday night the two they were faced with the
clubs were rematched but a scorer > and 5-0 conquest of reality that another defeat would

was not available at press time Memphis between the losses to knock them out of contention.But .
EVERYBODY'S 'MOVING-There was action aplenty In the finish in second place. Coach Frank McCaffreysent
Should the ANPers cop Wed- recent sudden death playoff game between Hospital and VP-SS1
nesday's fray a fourth game for the NAS diamond title. Dour Burkclt scored one of the two Gordon Lassila (9-6) absorbed Poquette to the nob against
would be necessary and the action runs Hospital used to defeat the Patrolmen, 2-0.) Bob Sheffield both defeats while John McCaf Birmingham, doormat of the
switch to the Hospital dia- waits for the ball on an overthrow, while teammate Paul Franke frey (10-6)) and Ed Poquette I tourney, and he responded witha
comes in from the mound for the play. Ifosnital is new engaged ((24))) were credited with the I seven hit, 4-2 victory. The de-
In of fifth it
mond.
case a
game I in a playoff series with ANP) School of NATTCenter for the
wins. feat bounced the losers from action -
be neutral ,
would played on a all-station title.'Waves. I
:\fteld, the lighted Varsity dia- as they were trounced 1'1-

Itfbnd.Doc. .<.... 3 by Memphis in the first round.
Nine
*; .. Memphis and Jax: Navy'
Kissee received i credit for J'Ax fIB: nCWSJ,
in do-
off
squared Wednesday a
both wins and fanned 17 throughturd
;' Divides Pair or-die battle with the winner assured -
two games. Bell started the '
of at least second place.
first game for the losers, but was
The Cats lost a heart breaker,
Ends SeasonJax orts
relieved by Ed Johnis in the
9-8, to Pensacola in the second
first. Johnis went the distance for
I Navy Waves brought to a round and so both nines were
the Students in the second tilt.
close their 1952 softball season 1-1 into the third stanza of the
Th line tcnrettuc1rnU -
=!t O02 200 1-!$ 74 last weekend at Pen cola when tournament..

Hospital Kicwe and BUI'ke 4(10; Bell.002) 1--7 t.5J they dropped an 8-2 fray to the McCaffrey Hurls One-Hitter

and Connell.Student Waves of Corry Field. I John McCaffrey turned in the
010 000 2--S fi! 1
Hospital 400 000 x-4 5 1 A second game, pitting the Conditioning On Tnp pitching performance of the
.
J *in4* and Council: Kluwe and Bur.
r VHt.. Waves of Jax and Whiting Field tourney against Memphis, hold
.
r found the local lassies in front, ing the Cats to a scant one hit, a

Varsity Softball I 7-5, when time was" called because For Local Grid HopefulsEightyh harmless second inning single,
of darkness in the third. and his mates jumped on Abe

Latz for a 5-0 triumph to move
Combine Defends Corry Field jumped to an early athletes, lacking experience for the most the locals into the finals against
3-0 margin in the first and the part, but eager nevertheless, responded to the opening call 1 Pensacola.
Jax Waves failed to count until I of for the '52 Jax at f
CrownJax practice Navy grid season Monday 1 Jax needed two straight victories
County the fourth when they pushed Mason Field_ j
the if
over Goslings they
across a pair. A five run fifth '
Navy's varsity softball nine However, newly appointed were to annex the title, but
iced the tilt for the homestand- I hand Monday and the building of,
moved past King Edward, 14-0, head coach Dave Barksdale was this season's eleven will be ayeoman's Gorin returned to the mound

1n the first round of the Duval ers.In optimistic\' hen he avered, job for the new men I for Pensacola and again puzzledthe
Tournament last week the second game the Ja* entry "We're still talentto
County as expecting new Fliers with his sharp breaking -
tor. There is still a cull out for
Al Gonyea registered a one-hit scored a pair in both the i how up during the coming coaching assistants. Any interested -, curve ball.

performance.Matt first and second, adding three in 41 weeks and there will be plentyof personnel are requested to When it was all over the locals
Fedak Brad Tredin- the third for a seven run total time weed the :
to out raw contact Coach Barksdale. were on the short end of a 3-0
nick and Gene Horton. with two Whiting Field totaled three in hands." count. But there was victory in
the first and two in the Parris Island is the first foe,
hits apiece, paced the Fliers' attack Needs Assistants I I defeat this time as Lassila i
Sept. 27, on-the nine game sched
I Iute.
that counted two runs in the SE'Cond'l Barksdale, with assistant coach I matched pitch for pitch Gorin's
The Fliers initial appearanceat
first and 12 in the third. The Acey Docey, Aron Brown, began a rigid conditioning I home will be Oct..4, when they I offerings until the eighth when
was called after five in- Pete Fannon rocked a two out
game program Tuesday
Chess Play On Tap host Patuxent River, to be followed -
nings. will carry through until that.j by four successive: home single to center, scoring George
King Edward's lone single came Sharpen up the old mind and the date set for the issuing engagements. Ellis from third with the winner.

with one away in the top of the get ready for a round of checkers pads and equipment. I I The Fliers missed a chance to

first. Gonye fanned seven and chess or acey ducey. "Practice has been set daily j jI break the scoreless deadlock in

was never in trouble as his mates NATTCenter announces the I Ij ij behind the fences of MasonF w I the sixth when they loaded the

played errorless ball afield. opening of a tournament for i e 1 d," Barksdale furthered, HOT AIR bases with nobody out. Bob

Last night at Lackawanna the j each of the three brain sports; "and anyone on the station with Stefanich sent a fly ball to short

Fliers engaged McDuff Hardware -I,I Sept. 2. Deadline for entries, desire and hustle who wants to right center and Lassila was

in a second round tilt as. which should be turned in to the play ball will be given every nipped at the plate in a scoring

the field of 36 narrowed down. I' Special Services office. Building chance to make the squad. attempt for the second out and
slated to see hill the Fliers failed to count.
Gonyea was 513, is Aug. 28. Only Five Returnee i
duty again. A minimum of two men must Gorin Tough
Only five veterans were on
The Fliers are seeded third be- enter each tournament in order : q Gorin fanned no less than 15

hind Cecil Field and CWA. Cecil for competition to begin. Double Lloyd's of London recently had I Fliers i in the second contest,

annexed honors in the recent elimination will be carried to suspend its insurance policies tJ which added to his 11 of the

Ocala tourney while CWA attained through in each event. on celebrations for golfers who I opener gave him a series high of

its position on the merit Trophies will be awarded for make hole-in-ones because it was t' 26. Lassila struck out nine.

of a first place showing in the both the first and second place unable to process and check the Tom Neely bounced to the

initial round of Men's City Soft finishers. There is no playoff large number of applications. s- pitcher to open the Memphis

ball League. slated with NAS in the three fray, but when Latz threw wideto

The line score: events, but should a tournament "And when the rain falls, doesit first the Navy second base-
King Edward (ono 00- 4 1 3 be held at Mainside, arrangements ever get up again" man scampered all the1\'." to
.. Oic-14 10 0
J Navy 30U2))
Williamson and Hughes; Gonyea andRcJtenour. will be made. "Oh, yes, in dew time. Have you tried the WAVE?" third. Jim Coughlin's fly ball to
center plated the run, which was
I .. ..
w.
: '..y' wv all the locals needed for the win.
P{'q Ue had choked her. She was Y C d >
threatened in the
Y s: Memphis second
:. :'t' dead. There was no question when Chet Figiel singled to

"" ", ,')f bo t It. He had listened to her left and Bob Berridge strolled to

: '. ...(dying gasp. Now she was dead, open the inning, but McCaffrey
a :.I 1 I:cold as the hand of death. Yet in 3 7e m fanned the next: three hitters to '

tt hiKtiaiger he was not convinced. evade damage.

t JP *.ious still, he kicked her again. I From that point the Cats had

To 'hIs amazement she gasped, only two base runners, walks in

coughed, then began to.hum soft- the fourth and .seventh.

ly. Only four games remain to be

"Just n little patience is all it played on the 1952 schedule,

takes, John." said his wife from '. three of them City League tilts.

the back scat.Weather. t' The Fliers trek to Raiford Aug.

Outlook ; J 30 to close the season while the

,. locals face Hardage twice andR.
:t' C. Motors once between that
cloudy
Friday-Partly cloudy to .
:: xl: ,1 '4L" ..
with Intermittent showers ->- time.McCaffrey '
'
and thundershowers, somewhat .w 4 ..$l-.......,....! or 'Poquette will
:;;d; ; oppose Hardage Sunday at Mason
cooler. '. ,
\ '. ; t':;( <, "
turday-Possible showers becoming I .::., t : mk a!:I:c.kiaBR( -f ar.alaRlYt Field. Lassila was on the

partly cloudy in afternoon NAS RUNNERS-UP-Almost, but not quite-was the story .VP-861's. softball crew which mound last night at Woodstock
with easterly winds. tried its best to dethrone four-time NAS intramural champion Naval Hospital. The Patrolmen fell, when the Fliers played a makeup
cloudinessand 2-0, to the medics in a sadden death playoff fray to wind up as rnnners-up in the NAS 1M circuit. game with Hardage. The
Sunday Scatteerd Team members are, front row left to right), Watson Allen Mooney Moonahan, Bob O'Neill, Ted final
light to moderate easterly Brown, Ed Sherman and Bill Funke. Back row (left to right, Bob Oliver, Paul Franke Case Carter City engagement withR.

I t '-I, winds. Bob Sheffield, Chico Lasater, Chuck Bool r gar Roy Sellers, Ed Cuneo and Coach Joe Fletcher C.. Motors is slated for Aug. 29.J .


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Ph. 8-1938. magazine.As a member from repaying the limit by more than 25

Furn. 3-rm. apt. Murray Hill. I a result of this, unless he higher rates for servicemen a loan? Are the survivors miles per hour no matter ilit' is

Mrs. Valentine. Ph. 81760. is married or a commissioned officer S liable for the unpaid balance? first, second or third offense, he fJ

Will share home with cple. Mrs. or a top non-com, chancesare SOME COMPANIES are sell- ANSWER: In the event of deathor will be referred to his command.

Dodd. Ph. 7-4788. that he will have to pay total disability, a member's ing officer for action plus the

Furn bdrm., pvt. bath. 4346 Irvington dearly for auto insurance, if he making ing insurance to from servicemen the businessbut and indebtedness to the Credit is f fact that the first offense will re-

Ave. Mrs. Holloway.Ph. can get it at all.Underwriter money automatically cancelled. All sult in a six months revocationof
they only writing insur-
noted three major are station Second offense
22219. loans are insured at present, tag.
and enlisted grades.
t Furn. 4-rm. apt. $45 per mo. problems as contributing to top end the Credit Union is fully will ,result in a one-year revoca.
for commissioned officersIf '
218 E. 21st St. Mrs. Sisk. Ph. the high insurance rates for ance protected against loss of this tion of station tag.

4-5313. servicemen in the lower pay- a person below twenty-five kind. Survivors are not liable : .
is in the lower six paygradesand
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Furn. 3-rm. apt., pvt bath & ent grades: is unmarried, (even being in any way for the loan. IF SPEEDING violations take .

919 Roselle. Mrs. E. H. Rhodes.Ph. I married does not help in some QUESTION: What use is made place in a restricted area or in a
1. THEY ARE young men of entrance fees? will
instances), his insurance rates I housing zone the penalties
82655.FOR SALE away from home and parental ANSWER: All entrance fees and be doubled.
are going to continue to be high :.
2bdrm. house. 2954 W. 9th St. restraint. until such time that the accident fines provided by the bylawsand I Reckless driving will result in
2. There is almost universal 20% of the net earningsof
$975 equity. $47.50 mo. S.
per rate for his group drops back to either a 30-day loss of driving
Goodman, AOC, ext. 269, NAS practice, especially on the partof normal. each year, before the dec- : privileges or referral to your
the first three paygrades of laration of dividends, shall
Cecil Field. any
(Rates have been recently elevated commanding officer for the first
25 ft. house trailer, Azalea Trailer renting their cars out so that for both collsion and liability be set aside as a regular reserve offense and referral to your

Park, Lot 44, B. Paley. these autos are getting the hardest insurance in the Jackson. against. losses on bad commanding officer for the sec-
kind of treatment. When the fund. '.'
3 bdrm. loans. reserve
bungalow, furn. or un-
ville area.) ond and third times.
furn. John B. Roucht. Ph. 2- 3. Servicemen 1 ,., will form equals 10% of the total amountof '
'j' Drunken driving failure to
1381. groups and go off on an 800 or shareholdings, only the per ,
MISCELLANEOUS 900 mile jaunt and try to comeback I Ideas Will l Bring centage needed to maintain obey station police, or causing
accident will result in refer-
1 riders wanted to Chicago, on Sunday night .also 10% of the shareholdings shall ,I an
'ral to officer
leaving Aug. 25returning there is often a free consumption be required to be set aside your commanding
You Cash AwardsCan whether it is a first, second or
Sept. 5, contact M/Sgt. Joe K. of !liquor. each subsequent year.
third offense, plus a one to six
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Demmond ext. 8511
you use extra cash? Thereis are conveniently located throughout month revocation of station tag
2 riders wanted from North THESE THINGS of course
a method whereby civilian
the station at Suggestion for the first offense and a ono
Shore 07301600. Christen contribute to wrecks and traffic
area,
employees can earn an additional -
Boxes. You may, after filling out year revocation for the second.In .
Barnett. Ph. 6-7786. violations which in turn
run The ten The method
spot or more.
the suggestion forms, drop it in case of either of the last
Baby sitter available, Alice Din. insurance rates up to the top is-The Suggestion Box.
one of the Suggestions Boxes or
two offenses where the case i.
kins. Ph. 59276.
bracket. Turn that idea of into
yours send it by Yard or United States
referred to the commanding officer -
Baby sitter available days & Loaning of automobiles seemsto cash. Suggestions which will
mail to executive
secretary,
restricted
will be
evenings, Mrs. Dodd. Ph. 7- be one of the factors that has manhours material elim- your car
save
,
Committee on Awards, Box 22, from the base until such time
4788. the hardest impact on insurance I inate or reduce: a hazard, improve Bldg. 907.Send i .
I that both your commanding officer -
Lost-religious medal (Child of rates.
working conditions 1 i ,
,
a constructive idea today!
II and the traffic court have
Mary) vicinity of St. Edward'sChapel Cited constructive the
as was morale, may earn cash awards. .
contact M. J. Lizzul, rule "issued by the commandantof j The Beneficial I 1 Suggestion FOR THE RECORD disposed of your. case..
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ext. 631.Scouting, Camp Atterbury, Indiana ofa
Program affords the
you opportunity (Continued from Page 4))
30-day stretch in the guard of expressing how you Answers I UNAUTHORIZED use of station -

house for anyone caught lendinghis think a job can be performedmore 1. (b2.; (c3.; (d4.); (a); 5. (e). tags or passes for some vehicle -

car or anyone that borrowsthe effectively and efficiently. I 6. (e); 7. (Cd); 8. (c); 9. (a); 10. other than the one to which

car of another." Beneficial Suggestion forms (b). assigned will result in referralto

L Some companies are taking on your commanding officer: in

military insurance business but all three offenses and wUl .also(

this is done where states permit carry a 30-day revocation:- l'sta.

tion tag for the first cases_
week for Iceland duty. Mr. To
cldent.of
Failure to report an ac
vey will be missed by all of Pub- r
will get you one weekf; tAr .
around the divisionswe lic Works for he has been withus
leg .
months, end six monthsfJV/Wl: ,,#!i
find Juanita Lester of Administration a long, long time and has entering a restricted are 'ors tssi ....... '

taking two weeks leave; many friends. Ing unauthorized road \40itb9 (

Betty Herrington, Mail-File sec- Speaking of Iceland, a card
will net week two
a pass one ,
tion and Ethel Huffman, Job-Or- received from Comdr. William
months and six months.
der, vacationing.Dub Maley who is now in Iceland T'I R
If after all of this still get '
Stembridge, chief clerk, re- he writes it is a nice cool you' .
turned to work Monday morning -temperature 50 degrees. Cleve A ticket and fail to report. to( 'j
traffic court will double ;
from a week's vacation. Hope Loveland, contract superintendent you get 4

Mills-Price, of Technical Services has returned from leave. the appropriate penalty for the : .
first failure and if it happens
;
is back from three weeks leave.
.
again will be referred to
(
Jennifer Cerni of Records Section Elsie Clark returned from a you ,

;: V'. is feeling better and able to week's vacation Monday Welcome your commanding action. officer for appropriate : j a '

'r be at work; also Kitty Lewis of back to George L. Fried. } } +4R 4 P nI '!"

"I NAB6.A .*" lin and Manuel Mathews, who There is one way to avoid all '

i,< have been on extended sick of these penalties. ,Keep your s

r. t We understand that Verby leave. Goodbyes were said to 1& -- eyes on the road and obey all '

;" J:. Copeland's husband is ill in the Walter S. Moyer, CD1, discharged RECEIVE GC ARUS-Capt. T. E. Weinert (front, execu- traffic regulations."All .
.. tive officer of the Naval Hospital I .
presented rood conduct awardsto
? 'f- hospital and we hope he improves from the Navy. Moyer is re-
four men attached to the Hospital Receiving the awards were
Ii ,,i: soon. Clarence Tovey, Design turning to Meeker, Colorado, to (left to right Homer Ragman, IIMC; Charles Sixemore, IIMC; personnel can participaten

r Superintendent, left us this resume life as a civilian. Edwin Tarver, IIMC and Kenneth Van Clrve,' HM3. Operation S-H-A-R-P"' !

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