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Creation Date: June 16, 1955
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f You Can Do More About The Weather Than Just Talk About It I .


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Everyone talks about the as desirable in hot weather as sible. in color. they must be replaced. It is

: weather, but no one ever in other seasons; but, summertime 2. Keep windows open dur- 0. Eat more fresh green vegetables unusual for persons to drink
does anything about it! health requires special ing cool evenings and at night.A salads fruits and milk. too much water; generally
That's what Mark Twain, precautions which will help window or attic exhaust Sprinkle your food generouslywith they drink less than the body
j America's famous humorist, you keep more comfortable fan for evening and night use salt. The belief that needs for maximum efficiency.
wrote many years agobutI during extreme summer heat. can give much relief. meats and protein foods are 8. PERSPIRATION reducesthe
i I that does not necessarily haveto You can do something about 3. AVOID strenuous exercise harmful in hot weather is a normal salt content of the
be true. There are many the weather, says the NAS when not accustomed to it. prejudice that should be aban body fluids. The first symptoms
I things one can do about the Medical department, which of 4. Avoid fatigue and hurry. doned. Eat less fatty and of salt: deficiency are
weather-especially with the fers these suggestions: Rest at night is most impor- starchy foods. tiredness and fatigue. Unless

aid of a little common sense 1, Keep out of the sun's rays tant. 7. Drink plenty of cool wa salt 'is replaced, these symp
and healthy advice.OBVIOUSLY in the middle of the day when 5. Dress lightly. Wear cloth ter. Fluids: are lost by evap toms can progress to the point
good health is the sun is high, whenever pos ing light in weight and light oration and perspiration and (Please Turn to Pace 8, Col. 1)

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VOL-13 No. 12 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 16 ,June 1955
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Home of Commander Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval District; Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville; Fleet Air Wing 11; Naval Air Technical, Training Center
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Adm. PerryIs


AwardedDS a' 4 SZ rai}flaH Plan To Designate

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MedalJacksonville's


senior military 555I Mayport As NAAS

officer was formally hon-
ored this week for his outstanding -
service during the A change of status is due for Naval Auxiliary Landing

recent Korean conflict. Field Mayport if present plans by the Navy are carried out.
Rear Adm. John Perry, Com- I t: -S ? Plans are to commission the facility as a Naval Auxiliary
mander Fleet Air Jacksonville Air Station sometime in July.As .

was presented a DistinguishedService such it will be staffed by
air station, after having been
Medal during ceremonies $ eight officers, including a com-
commissioned in late l 1941 as a
Monday morning. Vice Adm. manding officer, and about 300( Section Base After World War II, I
,1
Frederick W. McMahon Com a a enlisted personnel. At present
however, it reverted to caretaker
mander Air Force, U. S. Atlantic Comdr. William Horton .U servo
status and then was transferredto
Fleet made the presentation. ing as officer-in-charge.
: the Coast Guard where it remained -
Following Navy custom of Its mission will be to provide until the Navy reclaimedit
making such awards on board facilities to support regular operations
in 1948 as a base for crash boat
ship when possible the ceremonywas _n___ of fleet carrier aircraft; and a field for carrier landing
held aboard the aircraft car- MEDAL FOR ADMIRAL\ Vice Adm. F. W. McMahon, Com- support aircraft carriers destroy- practice. '
rier USS Lake Champlain at the mander Air Force Atlantic Fleet (left) pins the Distinguished es and other types of vessels In 1950, at the outbreak of
Mayport carrier basin. Service Medal on Rear Adm. John Perry, commander Fleet Air mooring in the basin; support
Jacksonville. The ceremony was held Monday aboard the aircraft fighting in Korea Mayport was
functions
carrier USS Champlain at Mayport. Admiral Perry was awardedthe fleet aircraft staging finally: launched on its obvious
The event was attended by military DSM for outstanding service during the Korean conflict. landing practice including field destiny as a carrier turning basin
officials headed by Rear carrier landing practice and occasional -
and landing field, with the desig-
Adm. Robert Goldthwaitc Com training
gunnery opera-
nation
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NALF Naval
Auxiliary
mander Carrier Division Two Over A Mile Of ClippingsTells tions; and to support GCA facilities Landing: Field.

and local and state civic officials. and operation's.WIIII.E At present NALF Mayport supports
The "Champ" is Admiral Goldthwaite's -
OTHER ports provide
Command's StoryMore one squadron on a rotation
flagship. much larger natural turning basins basis from Fleet Air JacksonvilJe'
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Admiral Perry earned his than a mile of clippings it is expected that NAAS and NAS Cecil Field; It is also
award "for cxccpti011ally'meri from The Jax Air News con- Normandy invasion in 1944 Mayport eventually will becomethe the home port of the carrier USS
toriously service" while com cerning activities and happen aboard an LST), Mrs. Dobson is largest constructed, turning Lake Champlain. And the Navy
manding carrier operations in ings at the Naval Air Technical the wife of a retired Navy chief 'basin on the East Coast. has its sights set on pier facilities (
(Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 3) officer.
Training Center, arc embracedin petty Although its planned commis- to accomodate a second carrier in
four scrap books kept by The clippings include merit sioning will be an important step the not too distant future.

Drive Mrs.. Edna Joe Dobson, secre- masts, athletic events and in the development of the site -
Charity tary in Special Services. awards NATTCenter generaland since it was acquired by the Navyin 75% Cut In
Beginning with the January school news; and they run 1939, it will not be the first timeit
1951, issue which carried a the gamut of activities at the has borne the designation NA.
2.1 PercentFrom two-line five-column banner Training Center over more than AS Mayport. From 1943 to 1946 Traffic Accidents

; announcing the reactiviation.of of four years I it, flourished as a naval auxiliary

the Training Center down __ At NATTCenter
GoalJust through the present time the -
clippings form an historical record r A seventy-five percent reduction
of Center activities. in traffic fatalities and a similar .

'2.1 percent. One of Mrs. Dobson's first reduction in hospitalizatfolow'
That is all that is needed ,to assignments after sEe joined the as a result of accidents, was revealed -

put the Navy,Jacksonville Charity Special Services staff in April, s Li this month to the Safety
Drive 'over ,the top in its driveto )J951, was to compile a clipping i :: Council at the Naval Air Technical -

raise $100,000. The total' in book which since that: time has .', : ri.. f fr 't !; Training Center.
pledges now stands at 97.9 per- overflowed into four large vol :''t""'' .; :!;i'It'::'' Jt A report by'Spero Tassopoulos] :,
cent.. umes.A :t. ;; : IS"J: Safety Engineer at NATTCenter,
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The Naval Air ,Reserve Train Gold Star Mother (her 'i S "J1>,. A"+; showed only one traffic fatalityas
ing Unit, which has Jed the field Navy son was killed during the ; i compared with four in 1953. ;

in contributions for some lij Eleven persons were hospitalized
time, has inched ahead another Commissary Store To as a result of off-station: motor

two-tenths of one per cent this Be, Closed On June 30 accidents as compared with 48 in
week to total 140.2. But Fleet Air 1953. .
. Jacksonville, with a' pledged total The Commissary Store, locatedin The injury,rate per 1000 personnel -
1 of 115 percent,'has'the outstanding Building 135 will be closed In 1951 was only I ...tt! .
distinction of.being the first command for monthly inventory all day as compared with 9.61 the previous -
Thursday, June 30. The store will "
to better 100 per cent in year
be open for business as usual on Because of the transient '
actual cash collections.These collections I highly ".
have'now reached '103.82 Friday; July 1, i nature of NATTCenter personnel .

I percent -, .a with the comings and goings of

FOLLOWING IN ORDER, according WEATHER OUTLOOK AIR NEWS SCRAP BOOK -Four volumes of NATTCenter thousands of students a practical\ '
to pledged,donations,are Friday Partly* cloudy. and history since It was recommUsioned In January 1951, have beea indoctrination lecture ,is given all I ;
.'(Naval Air TechnIcal Ie 'Training warm with I afternoon thunder gathered bjr Mrs. Edna Joe Dobson,' Special Services office secretary Incoming servicemen regarding<< .
who has complied hundreds clippings' from 'the Jag Air
Florida traffic 'ngJtation.ntl
f Center, 103.0: percent; NAS Jack-; storms. "
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: News. She shows Kenneth Johnson Sir, a newcomer, to Special
(Please I Turn forage, 9, Cot... 4)),I Sati, >rday -r ISam Services:. the first clipping entered.In her ,f.rrnl..aee.r.Jett.. safety'mtasure


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1 l Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 16 June 1955


VP-18 VWA VP'16. ComFairlax. VF-3L VC-62
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!. Jt\K\ iiW8 i Scouting Jacksonville l Area Squadrons I


r .t'\lbU h.d every! Thursday for Nay und Marine elhlllra al Natal Air
Station, JackaunMile, Ha.
IUS, l.t..tllI" I, VP-1S I at war-would bikes on the wrong side of the
, <".apt. .70111Til,,,,, ......._ ._ .. ..._...._.......... ....... Commanding' llffle'r if we were really
. Uoo>ar. John N. M>tu ...... ......-..............-...-.-........... ........ .. i\tcuU\c' Otfccer, ) I As is usually; the case after our crews be ready? These are road
) Feel Air Jar k...\life event will be .
toward answered
) Rear Mm. Jolm Purv .........._...._......_.. ,_..,..._... ("nrununclpr working hard a big the questions that
'=-tt. Richard O Urccne ..-.-........_ ..L: .-.-...?.. Chief of Staff there is a letdown after the big with the coming inspection. CoraFairJax
,k heel Air M'Uc ElfTfmOapt. I, this week I Those who did not
KJwIn j. S. Young .?._..._.__......._......... Commander day has come and gone. The squadron roster attend the
. CoroOr. Yunk D. JH-jcr _.??v --.._.._.__?..._.........?. bilef Stall OfilwrKaral I So it was last week" 'in VP-18 shows the same number of officers -I ComFairJax staff picnic at Camp

t ('apt. Ttenry C'. T>Long .Air...Tftkalcat...?...._?.??Trataiagr..................?..._....., Cvmmnndlng! Offlm after the, Administrative Inspec- as' we had last week; how- Blanding: enlisted men's beach
r Coradr. dad: W. Bishop _._. KimilUc Officer tion. Things were pretty quiet. ever', this is not the full J story. We Friday afternoon missed a good

) ( apt. KdwarA, Kenney .aal..lUtpiUI ,. .. Commanding Of Acer] This quiet didn't l last long how- said welcome aboard to Lt. (jg) I' one!
) Capt.. L. A. JS'ew tun .......?._.._........._..? .. _....__ J&cculh o Of licrrNARTC ever. A new "big day" ''is coming Earl Eckert Mho comes to VP-18 I Activities included swimming

Capt. Wilson II. Bnrllrlt ........ ..........._. _..:. ... ..... .... .... Commanding Officer I up early in July in the form of from Pensacola. To even up the for the young ones, softball for
I
omdl'. Laurence Stflfinhatni .? _._...... Jo tcu\h. Ofiicer an Operational Readiness Inspection roster we also said goodbye to the aging and beer drinking for

The .TAX Am NEWS U publUhrrt weekly at the U. S. Natal Air Station. I and VP-18 is already preparing Chief Radioman Charles W. Jar-'' the aged. There wag plenty to
Jacksonville KloiUla' and printed commeixUlly' with non-nppropiUlfil funds here eat for and
I for itCrews vis. We would\ like to say everyone the day x\as
at n \piwe to the government and In compliance ulth NAVKM P-35.
Nov. 1943.. copies" distributed free of charge at the Natal Air Station Ih.1 hard that Chief Jarvis is not leaving topped off with wiener loan
Naval Air Technical Training Centeraul Air IUci\c Trilnlne Unit, and are working using!
U. & Naval UonpltaU the ground training devices anfiying I because we want to even up the for the kids.Highlight.
Editor-And. H. rianejrA most days with practice I roster. Chief Jarvis is an old familiar of the day was the
't Editor Btda Moore' Staff Rcpoi'ten--Jack Holmes. rill; Nancy i VP18.After with
around officer
Ward SN. I' bombs and rockets, for this is the face softball game chief
1"JAX AIR NEWS t* a member of the Aimed Forces Pies "nJc.oe'l that really counts. How I 120' years he is retiring; I and children vs, whitfhats. (The
AFPS mateilal appearing In this publication may nut be lepilntrd without I inspection .
the written peimUslon of,Armed J'orrw Pitr-a Senive. RrpuUicittlc.n of oilier I well is each crew prepared to I score doesn't matter since it ha?-
matter> 'ekcept tiy wntce publication, U prohibited without pet tulhjUon uf VW-4 n't been determined yet). Everyone
actual mission
Editor. JAY AHl NtAVS.IMHJirUl cope with an or
/ offices located Main Admlnlttratlon Building. Phone extension emergency? What would happen Four Indians from the VW-4 including the umpire had a

8346. 21 UI and 8164. ____________ -__ _____ ___'_______ ___ --.-! '- tribe took to the hills as civilians time. An example of the starringrole

last week, and two lucky bucks displayed by umpire Lcdr.

joined in the "Hurricane Hunt Fenton, happened in the third
"f ers" war dance just in time for inning with the whit chats at bat:

.SH lL'fS ; the happy hunting season. Chief Vick pitched two balls,

Edward Moore, AT2, who came which were called strikes by
to VW-4 in July 1952 and becamea Lcdr. Fenton and the third pitch

CATHOLIC "Hurriphooner" in the Century went over the catcher's head. In

Sunday, Mass-0800, 0900, 1000 Club during last year's hurricane the dead silence of uncertainty

-St. Edward's:: Chapel. season, received: his honorable awaiting the umpire's decision.

Saturday-OnOa, discharge on June 11, Armand Lcdr. Fenton turned to Chief Vick:

Daily-OC30. 'Varenholt, ADAN, operations division and said "Even I can't call that u.

S\lnday-0630-Malls at Hospital Thomas White, PH3, flight strike!"
.
Chapel. crew photographer, and James

MORMON Nichols, ADAN, maintenance, got VF-31
1930 Thursday All Saints'Chapel their "civies" chits on the 10th Fighting Thirty-One is back it

Reading Room.CHRISTIAN fr'A and 12th of this month.A NAS Cecil Field after a month
of intensive all weather intercept
SCIENCE new "chief" was\ added to the"Hunters"
training at NAS Key West Sen-
1900 Tuesday Mainside counsel in the personof
timent amongall hands seems to
Chapel Office on ramp. Harold Atwell ADC, reportingfrom "
PROTESTANTThursday NAS Patuxent River. James be "there's no place like home.
Hard work made all the difference
Meyer, AG2, who left VS-36
June 16 aboard the USS Antietam to join at Key West as the squad

1900 All Saints' Choir .Re- ___m__._.___........_. .___..._.. ..____... _'__ __ ._ .__ the tribe, made up the second re- ron completed the course in one
hearsal. of Good Conduct In month. The maintenance and
GOOD CONDUCT Tkirty-three Tears placement.Lt. .
Sunday, June 19 I the Navy are represented by this trio being awarded medals by (jg) T. L. Greaney added a electronics gang can take a big
0800 Episcopal Communion Capt. Henry C: DeLonr., commanding officer of NATTCenter. Left Feather to his bonnet when bow in building up the squadron
to right are James Dias, ADC Operations; Irvin Claxton, AEC on
Service. record of more than 500 night
I AE-B School and Robert Dullinger, CS1, Commissary division. June 7, his second "papoose" was
0930- Sunday School ages 4 born to wife Margaret. The new hours and over 1,000 completed

through Jr. High. Bldg. 804. I Ponte Vedra for a beach party NAVY member to the teepee weighedsix intercepts.New .

0930 Protestant Service of I and Vesper Service. I pounds, and is named Mau "Lineman of the Month1
Divine Worship Chaplain Ste- Tuesday, June 21 EXCHANGE reen. by vote of squadron pilots is

phenson. 1900 Lutheran Instruction I Clarence Whitaker, ATC, and William D. Osborne, AD3 from
Class Chaplain Pieper AllSaints' -- Middletown Ohio. Osborne had
\ 1100-Protestant Service of Divine Fred King PH3 were elected co- ,
Worship-Chaplain Carpenter Chapel. managers of the softball team been among the top three in all

leading the service; guest 1900 Episcopal Instruction and "spirits" art high: in the the previous polls before win
speakers; Bishop' Frank Juhan of Class Chaplain Nickelson I tribe. ning top honors.
Building 563. The perfect Father's Day gift
the Florida Diocese. So to all new members young Personnel turnovers continuedas
1400 The United Fellowshipof Wednesday, June 22 has just arrived at your Navy. and old goes. big "How." And the squadron lost 12 old hand/!
Protestants will meet at Building 1930-Mid-week Prayer Service Exchange. See the Country Store
if the bucks so recently discharged and gained 11 new ones. Depart-
804 for transportation to Chaplain Pieper. Building 954 for the lowpricedShopmate" want the answer it's "Re- ing were Owen C. Miller, AM3;
"
set which includes enlist.: Vin Sprouls, AD3; Robert De-

electric drill saw attachment, pree, AD2; Ray Taylor, AE2; Ray
Take Measures To Assure
lathe attachment and drill press. VP-16 Cockrum, AE2; Richard Schmidt,

Another new and handy item \T-1 picnicked Monday after AD3; Edward W. Wilson, AOU-
for the work shop to be found at
For Survivors
Protection noon at Kingsley Lake and all AN; Richard Sarnoski, AOAN;
the Country Store is a display
hands agreed it was a fine opera- Gerald Henshaw, A02; John
board with glass jars to store tion. There was plenty of food, Meister, AD3, and Orville Walra-
Veterans of the Korean conflict now outnumber World War dozens of small items such as
beverage, and swimming, of ven, ADC.
I veterans by over 300000. The Korean veterans number about screws, nuts, bolts, washers
course but the hit -
of the day New arrivals are Karl J. Johnson
3,500,000 while those of World War I number 3,200,000. fuses etc.Don't .
with the younger set at least, was HMI; James Daughtry, ATI;
Veterans of World War II total about 15,418,000 at the forget the big bargain in the rides. Five ponies and an air- Walter Coffey AMI; John P.

present time-a diminishing figurer fltgs. If you do not have a Flag plane swing kept the kids enter- Smith ADI; Oren Carrol, AMI:

of the United States in your tained while their parents com- Joseph Marcallini, AD3; GonzaloS.
DEATHS ARE DEPLETING the'veterans ranks at a rapid
can
obtain
rate as the following figures will reveal. For .instance, World home at you Exchange for one the 3x5 feet peted in volleyball, potato sack Mallari, TA; Charles Sevigny,
your unbelievably
races and all the other contests AN Lawrence Thomson, AE3;
;
each and month-
War I 'Veteran deaths average 6,000 every low price of $3.00. This
World War II veteran death average is running at the rate of is an original $12.00 item. that help make picnics a favorite Lewis Lawson, AD, and AndrewJ.
American
"4,300 per month-all adding to a mighty big total, year by year. summer pastime Emmons, AOC.
Earl AppUby, formerly in The squadron is packing and *
These realities of life should be the occasion for us to fact charge of the Navy laundry on most of the personnel haft their VC.cZLeclr.

them squarely and take some steps to assure the protection of the Island of Guam; has taken affairs in order as the deploymentdate Wayne L. Bonier checked

our survivors. Anything we do toward that end will not shortenour over as manager of the HAS Navy draws near. The officer with in from Line School at Mon.

lives by even a single day-and it is an obligation 'WI owe Exchange Laundry.An the biggest problem seems to be terey, Calif on the same day the

them. employee in the Navy Ex. Lt. (jg) Short who can't devise a squadron received his authoriza

WE SHOULD AT LEAST do a few simple things such as change program for the past three method to dismantle his mon tion for the gold oak leaves he

make out a will and sea that it gets stored in a safe placerecord years, Appleby has had 30 years strous automobile and fit it intoa now wears.

our discharge papers-place bank or savings accounts, experience in laundry': and dry P2V. Other arrivals were: Pierce L.

(if any) in a joint account-place our real estate holdings in cleaning operations. A profusion of multi-colored Lewis, AA; Robert C. Tiller, AM-

joint tenancy with right of survivorship.-make a statement of While on Guam he operated one Bermuda walking shorts dots the 2; Harvey A. Spaur, ADAN, and

other things we own to simplify the settling of our estatt.-list of the finest laundry and dry squadron since a rough-running Donald R. Kallenberger. ADAN.

our insurance policies in the amount that each will pay and cleaning plants in the Navy and engine forced number eight to Billy Silcox AE2, and OliverF.

Jilt accident policies, showing the name of the agent in addition served in an advisory' remain overnight at Kindle Air McRae, YNC, reenlisted for six:

> further advice along these lines could to obtained m anyattorney capacity the Commander for laundry planning for Force Base with its crew sans years, with McRae being retained
Naval Forces clothes and other Sikox:
> and the h'ttlt time,;.effort, Jind expense( involved are Marianas. necessities of on board for duty ally
arise should depart t life. From,All reports there were transferred iff FawtuLaat Detachment -
in contrast to thOM Mftigifele The new'matiiger'planti:
to *tarprogram' at adim, when our affairs,art not 1st order. Thftk ft fiver! 'a: of equipment replaomint authorities'adamant. Memphis
intatenet NATTC
t ', */.:.",*. .___*..' .''*_J'k'.-*..\.1 .* '"_'\ within the near future. .that 'ht was transferred w .
meW 16t.
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I July End Of 25:01956: Many Deadline For WWII 61 Bill TrainingWorld L tt





War II veterans training mind, in working out plans for to World War II trainees, VA em- erans crowded into classrooms,

under the original GI Bill were I the remainder of their training phasized. It does not apply to vet- and on-the-job training establishments 6

reminded today by the Veterans programs. erans training under the Korean throughout the nation.At .

Administration that July 25, 1956 GI Bill. time the
the present program
marks the end of the program for The small'group of veterans ex- has dropped to one-twen- The startling caption in are"

all but a handful of them. empt from the"July 25, 1936 deadline Daring tt. It years the World cent issue of the local paper was
tieth of its former size with 138-
Even though a veteran may still are those who enlisted or reenlisted War II GI Bill has been in effect "How To Steal A Car."

have unused GI training entitlement Under the Armed Forces more than 7,800,000 veterans-or 000 veterans still in training. Of The editorial explained how the

at that time or even thoughhe Voluntary Recruitment Act, be- these, 65,500 are in college; 62- job ,is done in order to teach motorists
half of all who served in World
may be in the middle of a tween October 6, 1945 and ,OCto- 600 are in schools below the college simple precautions to

course his GI training paymentswill ber 5, 1946. These veterans have War II received some form of level; 8,000 are in on-the- avert such loss. Our closest title

come to an end on July 25, nine years from the end of their training.The and less !is'' How To Drive And Stay Alive
farm training
1956. enlistment or re-enlistment to program reached its peakat programs, which is highly recommended to .

VA advised World War II vet wind up their GI training. the end of 1947, when more I than 2,000 are ti aining-on-the- all to learn expert driving practices

erans to keep the deadlines in I The 1956 deadline applies only than 2,500,000 World War II vet I job.STOREHOUSE how to trade or buy a car.,

to cut expenses etc.

'Champ'is Slated Full AgeRta For There are helpful 'how-to"

books in every field of thoughtand

For Conversion Explorer 'Scouts work for pleasure or profit.

Jacksonville-based carrier Lake I Enjoy a few and be prepared to
realize that "luck is what hap.
Champlain is among seven Essex Visiting StationSeventy
class attack aircraft carriers due: pens when" opportunity meets

for major conversion jobs during North Florida District preparation.

fiscal 1956.Scheduled. Explorer Scouts enjoyed a cruise t: t NSX How To Lire 3(5 Days A Year:

for modernizationsAnd aboard a Navy launch early this Current best-seller with the belief

angled deck conversion, in morning from Camp Echockoteeto that we can really accomplishjust
the Naval Air Station. that!
addition to the Champlain, are
Ticonderoga: Intrepid and Ran- They arrived here at 0800, and How To Attract Good Luck: We

dolph of the Atlantic fleet and will remain until mid-morning don't guarantee it but you're sure

Essex Hornet and Hancock, Pa- Saturday as guests of the Station. q kk4>t e, t At' to find things to think about in
cific fleet carriers. They are billeted in Barracks 912 this small volume.

and are accompanied by Bob Cra How To Lie With Statistics:

mer, Scout executive. Provocative volume which is suggested

Today will be pent visitingthe + leading on the War College .

Aviation Ordnance School and list for professional leading.

Airman Preparatory School at How To Build Small Boats:

NATTC, where they also will This is the season to look into

take a dip in the indoor pool. The I plans and instructions for build-

SALTY HUMOR FROM big event however, will be a.. ing and operating your boat.

HER AND THEPE softball game between the Scouts "You name it; we'll get It". Such .U the How To Make Good Pictures:

and the Waves, starting at 1900 at I slogan of the Materiel and Maintenance Shop for Airman Preparatory A camera goes on trip and
Mother: "Don't let that man Enterprise Field, to which School at the Naval Air Technical Training Center, which any
every- II handles the equipment program. Left to right are T/S(t. Harry you may as well have a few hints
come to your apartment anymore.It one is invited.Tomorrow's. Chaffin with vlewscope; M/8gt. Francis Greenwood with parts to help make the pictures a per-
worries me to hear of it. schedule includesa catalogue; Cpl. William Snyder, with a link loader and Set James feet record of the fun.

Girl: "I know it does mother' tour of the Operations control Sweeney order clerk. How To Carry On A Conversation

so tonight I'll go over to his. tower and aerology division; com- : In spite of our mechanical

Then HIS mother can worry." munications; an orientation flight. achievements
Bingo Games On DATA conversation remains -
in an R4D-8; a visit to Ftetul;ant I T FROM IRE a vital part of communi

A nervous young sailor regis- in Building 168; and a -tour of The Way Out? cation. Do you know how to listen

tered his wife in the maternityward Fleet Air Wing Eleven where and encourage others to lie
It the out at Did you know that you have an
bingo on
will aircraft and way
they inspect
and turned to her asking ten to you?
equipment 0 f the Hurricane Navy installations obligation to society and that so-
"Darling, are you positive you How
To Stop Smoking If
want to go through with this?" Hunter Squadron VW-4; the Anti- The Marine Corps Commandant ciety is obligated to you as well? really : you
want to do
something
has banned bin.
S Submarine Squadrons and Fas- already You as members of the Navy
about it 1 For informationin
go games at all Marine installations
She "My mother always told ron 109.That are guardians of
: following an Attorney your country current discussions we suggest
me to say no to everything." afternoon they will tour General decision that bingo and of the people that make up Smoking And Cancer. Something -

Sailor "Well do mind If NARTU and inspect the Navy'sF9F to think and talk about for
: you games are not legal in states society. You are also members of
I hold your hand?" and the Banshee flown by where gambling is prohibited.The this society. eSociety's days in two books which you can
Squadrons VF-43 and VC-82. This
is considering read in an evening.
"No. Navy reported I
will be followed by a swim in I obligation to you consists -
"Do you mind if I put my arms the Station pool. issuing a similar order. of providing you with all How To Use Hand Tools: Withso
around ?" If the order comes it will be of the much do-it-yourself activity
you necessary equipment food
''I Movies are planned for tomorrow in the form of an ,instructionto this should help the beginner as
"No"The clothing medical attention, and
I night. be issued by the Secretaryof well as the professional mechanic.
sailor sighed deeply. "Dar- salary to perform the task of be-
: the Navy or the Chief of How To Survive On Land And
ling, we're going to have lots of Song title that won't make the Personnel.The ing guardian to this society. Everything -
Naval Sea
: Interesting professional reading
*
fun if you're on the level about i hit parade: "Was It Malice Alice provided is the finest in
llth Naval District has the world. for all personnel.
"
this. When You Sent Me That Vi-
I already outlawed bingo games. How To Bowl
tahs?" i m : That It just a
I Your obligation to random choice Every sport has
Sound in! Night Club Booth: society consists
of training yourself and to its instructions and you may aa
"Hands off Columbus you've discovered CROSSWORD PUZZLE ,
enough for tonight.: .... assist in training others. To use I well be an expert.

'--'ACftOSil I 1 3 !If f 1 8'I/ the things provided you in a safe How To Protect Yourself
1 fiincU UnM and intelligent Against Women And Other
Tibetan .tt manner and to Vicissitudes
> KM I
AD3: "Was her father surprised 1 1'1
f IRt.rber..IMlJ sustain adequate protection for : This one for fun!
when said wanted to Bre>r
you you ::Print**. ... ''f ''at '" 1r. your country and j-ourself. .
marry her?" BMMur. (pi,),
AD: "Surprised? Why he near- H-Fora-DrowtyIT f1 .- V./V.41# y r'l IU .I Along with the high standards Coloradan Top Student
V/j
-Dant c*< of living in this society of yours
ly dropped the shotgun. It-Ootr nounll v 11 'Z'i Z Z; At AK School ,
m *0Conlunetlo"flJAW. V v.JJ are many complex devices designed -!
(abut. 11a l'J 11 to provide for personal Honor student of last wcrk's
A sailor and a girl were ridingon --Chop Worm tat. sines comfort. These same complex devices graduating class from Aviation
horseback out in the country. ,. J1 'l.
_f.IIIkr are used by the Navy to Storekeeper School at the Naval
As they stopped for a rest two t |ntrum J, I ,y 'IS Sb tf..o.. ., vl detect and apprehend or destroy Air Technical Training Centerwas
|T-Expt"
horses rubbed necks affectionately. -
1fPra yr Wada of' iH any enemy who may violate the Richard Hardy, AKAA of

a I-'I'ut OMlJUIUtl U
"Ah me," said the sailor, "that'i *>..Com IndlMt* |Nt Mrvft vJ < If :'lI'Q;..'L; !'if 'l'l// 50 m Hardy joined the Navy In Sopt
"
what I'd like to do. .-r:::J 1. 1'1" Those of us to whom the 'custody 1954, after attending the University

,"Go ahead," said the girl, "it's '4 1arlrtlef3 of these complex devicesare of Colorado for a year. H. ....
: 91
f
horse. 1 I I I Ic.
your I. entrusted are obligated to has been assigned ot the Marine

N t N- : I I fl--- ioJ.I" study and train constantly for the Corps Air Station, El Toro, Calif..

"Well, young man," said the N I = I, time when we may be called up- for duty.CutOff.
"
lawyer to his client "I've found I \ ..'*f rw.......... .>, 1flepnrt..titto (IsnlruA on to protect our country, our .
that I can get you a divorce. N'l. : "IS-Mln' .lM.k own Pay Bill
and
4 society
If-K t'ftIW'Oel. our homes.
Your father-in-law didn't have a fe .. doctrlnN -- 1&-1. ....".- ** 1 d ily"
;. ae.w\. ., ..5 1'.T..-ST ggy T-*;*, 1-Nnt.r.? ttt M..lfljHlMir" .s Provisions for courses on the Sent To Congress, .
license to carry a shotgun. t Natit..rdj .JN1q J-- U-Aul Jrwlrt
it-MM?* training of personnel and for the The
aIn r t ...tIe -' long-awaited bill giving(
.......tr f H.V. M4M. -H-LlM" j41-811&H: -,wnRlnttaatama tis ..... maintenance of many of these "readjustment pay" to Reaerr
the parlor there were three, tI-ftd U-.... ,
complex of
She. the ,table lamp and he;. -- DOWN) -/ Metw. WdM 11- i.atirtt M-J".n"t.-'!-AetMl ....... pieces, equipment are officers involuntarily' release
m. .. available at the Education Con '
f tao t from active duty was sent'to_Congress
CY..i a-egad.
Two; U. company, there', no .',, 4--- ,.v a-Mft--. -1 i st-Artlsa.t:_ *. :N: ::- t..tJ ter, Building '55. last meek 'br th..Dtfenf'
doybt > -
i t t r I --
.he I'ace'L W Visit the )Education: Department.
( AMwer Cuter
So the little l'Q\p.wen\ out. I "i .. I ,". ,
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Dreams Do Come True! It can
L VSAnother
now be announced, gals, that the ( f : R v.a i

Ser\'icewomen's lounge that was
,
dreamed. about and talked about big event
I coming our
for so many months is now becoming n way next Wednesday-an Aqua

cade!
a.reality. -'rt: '

Barracks 720, former housing '$ n An all-outdoor program focused

quarters for Station Waves, has .. around the waters of the swim-
been repainted and is in the proc- .* j ? ming pool. You will witness a

ess of being remodeled into a water ballet, a teen-age performance

lounge, dance floor and TV room ; of precision swimming, a

for enlisted women and their style show featuring the latest

guests. The lounge, located on the y creations in beach wear and the

first floor is being furnished with choosing of the O'Club's swim-

the best in modern furniture. Although I ming pool queen.

the furnishings of all You will enjoy a tasty treat

three rooms will take a little time, with those delicious sirloin strip

and as pennies accumulate more A; .. a M. steaks prepared just as you like
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pieces will be bought. This is them. You will
ANYONE FOR DUNKING "They're going to ret their feet wet one way or another," agreed be more than
your recreation lounge gals, so if Marine Company commanders of Airman Preparatory School as a surplus of water polo enthusiasts pleased with your steak treat because -
you are called upon to help sand, developed. Part of the companies took part in 'a tug of war across a 10-foot, 2 1/2 foot deep mud each one will be prepared

sew, or set up chairs, lamps, etc., hole in the athletic area and dunkings were inevitable. Here Companies 16 and 23, with the former by a most discriminating chef .
don't. hesitate. In fact, don't wait going Into the drink, compete as part of the organized recreation program for students. yourself!
-

to De asked; t volunteer* All Ratings May CompeteIn I SAFETYBox the You music will of also that enjoy always dancing easy to to

Mark it down as a date not to listen to combo of Charles Con-

miss. The coming Waves picnicto Score

be held Friday, June 24, is going Fiscal 56 ExamsAlthough j Diftabiu> Injuries Through ner.For an outstanding evening of
to be one of the biggest ever. delicious food combined with

The hours of the gala affair will Tuesday, June 14 really good entertainment
don'tmiss
be from 1700-2300 at Camp Bland- the number of enlisted This Month 1
Waves) will be about 591,000 'on the Aquacade next Wednes
ing's Enlisted Men's Club. personnel to be promoted to June 30 but by the end of fiscal This Year 8 day on the patio. Cooking begun

A bus will leave for the picnic petty officer ratings during the 1956 the number will be decreased Days Sine Last at 1830.

grounds at 1700 for anyone not year beginning July 1 will remain to 584,200, according to DuPcrs Lost-Time Accident 5 Special Tribute

having transportation. Camp about the same as this year, all planning figures ,Thanks and applause to the

Blftndmg offers swimming, dancing ratings will have a chance to compete Aviation, administrative, and MDB Payments Due: NATTC Wives Club for a most

and a lot of good fun. Guests for chief and first-class petty clerical will be the Only groupsto All members of the Mutual interesting evening last Saturday

are welcome and there will be a show a major increase in petty Death Benefit Society are re- Mrs. DeLong brought cheers from
regular picnic feast and drinks officer, Navy officials have disclosed. all with her Japanese imitationsand
officers during the new year. Medical minded that assessment No. 47 is

for. all. : petty officers will increase due and payable through June B. J. Woodward showed sign*

Promotions to and within petty slightly. 24. of real experience in her part as

Question of the Week: Why is ugill officer ratings totaled 160,844 but the bartender. Dancers, singer!*,

just reporting aboard treatedso advancements to E-7 and E-6 were and drama players, you all contributed

unfriendly by the personnel barred in a number of overcrowded to a very enjoyable eve 0

already stationed here? specialties.' ning.

Answer: The answer for this Calendar of Events
First service-wide tests of the
one j is left up to you, reader. .t Lunch served dniJy-1130-1300.
fiscal will be in
new year August k
What's the matter? Are we forgetting Dinner served daily-1800-2030
while the second, which includes
that smile and cheery Snack Bar and the Pool open
examinations for CPO, will be in
hello for ? Rememberhow 11001800.
everyone
February, 1956. The number of
lost you felt the day you Friday 17th-Happy Hour -
promotions to be made from the
checked on the Station. It's not 1600-1800 with music by Hammond
August tests will depend on attrition -
the type of feeling you like to organ.
and input of new recruits,
have nIl the time. How about qr Saturday 18th-Music for dancing
the increasing number of ret a
helping some new shipmate listments and listening pleasure bv
slowing promotions in
that'same lost feeling. A friendlyl'ecting certain Johnny Jelinek and his orchestra -
rates. A slight increase in
can make a world of dif from nine until one; Dinner
the number of petty officers in
ference in a new Wave's first impression served starting at 1830.
the new year is expected.
of your base. The old The Stars and Bars hold forthwith

saying goes, 'The first impressionis Enlisted strength (including their weekly program for

usually the lasting impression" M.Y v bachelor officers. Here's a chance

S Navy, Marines for you bachelors to meet some

Protests came in fast and furiously charming ladies, at 16301930.
from Station sailor"knocking" s Shore Billets Sunday 19th-Sandwich lunch-

our would-be "hum a eon 1100-1700; buffet dinner featuring -

orous" advice to Waves. Here is 1 To CiviliansAs your choice .chicken or
roast beef. A special junior plate} t
one. man's opinion. He writes:
{o.rv n'.4 ? ,,,,,n... ........ .
the result of a special ........m"YW'"W, ._ for children.
"It seems apparent that sailorsas' survey, some 1,977 military billets MORE "E" WINNERS Eight members of Fighter Squadron Monday 20th-Club closed.
a whole arc being classed and 43, who earned 18 Navy "E" awards for their
in the Marine Corps will be accuracy in gunnery, Tuesday 21st Game night.
It is evident pose beside one of their F9F-8
Judged. that the Cougar Jets.
converted to civilian jobs dur- are Ltjg) Walton Smith, Ltjg) ) Donald Standing (left to right) Prizes, prizes, prizes. Jackpots too
writer has led a tragic life in the Sommer, Ensign Russell
ing the next :year, it has been Barnhart, and Ensign John Morgan Front (left to right numerous to mention. There's fun
)
Navy end is blaming it all are Lt.
on announced. Robert Howard, LUjg) William Berner, Ltjg( ) Harold Wellman for all at O'Club Game Night.
some poor, helpless, innocent,, and Comdr. John Dierker, ,VF-43 skipper. Lt. Robert Ebhire Have tried the delicious sand-
recently you
young upstanding whitchat. In The survey concerns only transferred, is absent from the picture. '
wiches from the snack bar set up
doing so she has classed all sail military jobs requiring no special -

ors as a standard package turned: military training, such as 'Fighting Falcons' of VF-43 especially for game night fans, ?
Wednesday 22nd-: Do it yourself -
out like cigarettes with Uniform clerk, typist, warehouseman,

height"fctubbychinned., weight, "complexion, and mail and clerk office, compartment machine operator.cleaner Rack Up 18 E' Awards Thursday steak fry 23rd and-Aquacades.Happy Hour

for the gents and their ladies.Select .
Replacement with civilians
"Twenty-five years ago the government drinks at reduced price!
of
gave suffrage to women. rated approximately naval personnel 3,200 billets non- Racking up a total of 18 indivi- aid S- miner, Ltjg( ) Harold Well- with special music by Hammond

That did not give any one woman dual "E" awards, Fighter! Squadron man, Ltjg( ) Walton Smith organ.
throughout shore stations, is and i
the right to be prosecutojudge r', 43 concluded its ComAirLant Ltjg( ) William Berner I
and jury in the trial of. also being planned by the competitive gunnery exercises for "E" awards at 15,000 feet earned ard and Ensign John Morgan
Navy. fiscal in air- added three'more "Es".
1955 this week with
all high to-air
men. ,
gunnery. Lt. Robert
Elshire,
VF-43' individual highscorehonors
This letter is not to be considered squadron ComFairJax averages and a new Ltjg( ) Sommer, Ltjg( ) Smith and Berner
Korean Ex-PWs To individual scoring Ltjg( ) Berner went to Ltjg)
as over-all. picture of the I record. earned one "E" with 86 hits in air-to-air gunneryat

sentiment aroused by the article, I apiece at 25,000 feet in air-to-air 15,000 feet Ltjg( ) Wellman,
but after careful consideration,: Get $2.50 A Day The "Fighting Falcons" totaleda gunnery. ;
final squadron of with 78 hits in air-to-air gunnery
score 33.7
hits
this gives a pretty clear pictureof Korean prisoners of war can in .air-to-air gunnery at 15,000 Comdr. John Dierker, squadron at 25,000 feet; and Lt. Howard,

the feeling of many men expect their special 2.50aday I feet, 21.0 and 26.7 hits (two competitive skipper, Ltjg) Wellman; and En- with 23 hits in strafing. Ltjg( )
whom I have consulted before soon and 'the I Wellman's is also a top
payments Foreign exercises required) in air- sign Russell Barnhart score
, at(tempting a''re}>utta ." Claims Settlemcn\ Commission : \,,-alr,gunnery .at 25(00p, ,feet, ,and apiece; ,in air-to-air won two"Es" ComFairJax individualscore.The .

'.We1' Surrender, whitehats-! ,You expects to. >ha\e 9$ percentof'tclaim th. 63) ,hits In ,strafing. at gunnery NAS, JacksonvillebasedFighter

jiiyt' can't win1; gals! 4' I paid"by June 30, 1956. I Lt. Robert Howard.', Ltjg{ ) Don. ercise 25,000! C feet mdr. In Dierker,the,strafing, Lt. IIow-ex- Cougar.jeK Squadron' '41 firs -F9F-8





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A CORPSMAN 18"-\ sPEcIALisT'- t 11ty 15-the 'keynote of the service of the- Corpsman. The corpsman's capacity In the operating room Is one of the '

most responsibUe,fields of his activity. In the photo on the left, four corpsmen trained In operating room technique at the Naval Hospital here have their respective I
duties. They are Jack Klnesbunr (extreme right), IIM3\ ; Donald Barnes, 1IM3\ ; Arthur Sparks, IIM1 and Robert Fahy, IIM3. About to begin surgery Is Comdr. F. V
Henley, (extreme left), chief of surgery, newly arrived from Bethesda, Md. In the center photo three dental technicians L. E. Vance, DT3; II. C. Fore, DTI, and Jack I
Jenkins, DT3, confer in their lab at NAS Jax Infirmary on a problem In denture construction. In the treatment room of the women's medical and surgical ward-
one of the busiest wards at the Naomi Hospital, Dorothy Strickland, UN, (left), and Sonia Vrooman, HN, (right photo) prepare to give an intravenous Injection.
Waves serve almost entirely in wards for women and children and In the out-patlent dependents' clinic.flailed -


On 57th Anniversary IF ----I J




Hospital Corpsmen Participate In II II-_ KII \ $ -


$ 't c a\

Varied Fields Of Complex Mission"The Y.X'Y dA '



Corpsman at work" i is
technician, formerly part of the I maintaining the supply and administrative -
the underlying theme of .the
pharmacist mate set-up, began to functions of the sup-
tribute Jax Air News pays to lead an independent role. portive branches of the Medical

the Hospital Corps of the TilE HOSPITAL Corps came Department; in the absence of

United States Navy on the into existence as an organized: the officers, to display the knowledge -

occasion of its 57th birthday unit of the Medical Departmentunder and judgment required to --, -
meet all emergencies and in every PRESSURIZED CABIN Corpsman Wayne Kunnarl, HMS, (
the provisions of act of;
anniversary, Friday, June 17. an assist to the (left) serves as observer as he checks and records the effects of
Congress, approved June 17, 1898. possible manner high altitude on pilots and crew members in the low pressure I
A glance at the corpsman on Exactly 25 senior apothecarieswere best of their ability, training, and chamber, located in the Infirmary at NAS Jax. Heavy schedulesfor '

duty at his Jacksonville station appointed as pharmacists by knowledge in the function of the the tests are maintained here.

will give only a partial picture of the Secretary of Navy and arc medical department of the Navyto

an inspiring career. He may be now known as the charter members keep as many men at asmany

found in the laboratory, the pharmacy of the Hospital Corps. guns as many days as pos-'

the ward, the operating sible." t
Women were first brought into
the treatment he
room, room; may
the. World War II. THIS COMPLEX "mission" requires -
be the observer in the low pressure Corps during 1
chamber or an aid in aviation The first class of 230 enlisted wo from each member of the ;K I

examinations; he may administer men graduated from the first Hospital Hospital Corps versatility neither .w.

physiotherapy or Operate Corps School for Waves at demanded nor expected of otherenlistt.d
the U. S. Naval Hospital, Bethesda
he
the electro-cardiograph; ratings' in the Navy, according -

may take X-rays or give basal Md. I to principles pet up in .

metabolism tests. The Medical Service Corps of
the Handbook of the Hospital
the established by Congress
Navy,
WELL OVEU 300 corpsmen are
stationed in the Jacksonville area, on August: 4, 1947, provided for Corps
commissioned grades of ensign ''\Vhei medical service i
278 24 ever may
being hospital corpsmen,
of them Waves, while 31 ale den through captain. This law means be required, the hospital corps- .i i.i
the with
tal technicians 5 being Waves,, that hospital apprentice but
man is there, not only Wiling
effort and PHYSIO James Tobias, 11M3, In the physiotherapy
"diligence, study, conscientious -
according to figures obtained from to duty"may prepared to serve his country and ment of the Naval Hospital lax, administers progressive S\
the various medical departments, application I exercises to Capt. John S. Thach, commanding officer of the
attain\ tbe rank of captain,, his fellow man above and beyondthe Air Station. Helen Cuhran, 1IM3, supervises active cltpart'j) 'j
Naval Hospital has 160 hospital Medical Service Corps. I call of duly," stales the hand- for Mrs. Helen Anderson, wife of Chief William Anderson of

corpsmen, including 20 Waves,, TilE FOUR SECTIONS of the book. Nine. __ __uu'u' '. ,w. ".- '.u'u ........---___
and three dental technicians, two : --
Medical Service Corps are allied I'I
NAS u: I
of whom are also Waves; .
science consisting of those hold
,
Jax Infirmary has 79 corpsmen,,
ing degrees: in sciences allied to ")
including four Waves, and 14
dental technicians, two of whom medicine; pharmacy, degrees from

arc Waves; NATTCenter Infirm schools of pharmacy; optometry, v
from schools of optom- ''
ary has a total of 30, including 20 degrees 1
etry; and supply and administrative -
hospital corpsmen and 10 dental
technicians; NAS, Cecil Field In- generally former pharma- Ii\
cists, chief and first class petty
and
firmary claims 19 corpsmen
officers of the Hospital Corps.
four
dental technicians.In .
Nomenclature of the Corps ratings -
the case of both Infirmaries
were changed in 1948 to
the number of corpsmen fluctu-
read Hospital recruit; hospital
ates with the coming and going of :
fleet units. apprentice; hospitalman; hospital

corpsman, third class; hospital
THE FIRST CORPSMAN officially corpsman, second class; hospital

began service in 1789 as a corpsman, first class, chief hospital .

'loblolly"- boy who went "fore corpsman; warrant officer; and, ----- : PHARMACY AND STERILIZATION

and aft the gun and berth decks" commissioned warrant officer. -Preparing: and dispensing

ringing a bell to give notice to is of
THE RATING structure outlines :11 drugs only part
those "slightly ,indisposed and .
Identification
the dental ratings as follows the pharmacist's job.
with ulcers" attend the surgeonat : Dental recruit; dental apprentice -selection, preservation,
the mayimast. combination, analysis and
; denlalman. ; dental tech- \
Before battle he was to provide nician third class; dental techni- standardization of medical sub

'the cockpit with water, containers cian, second class; dental techni- j stances are some of the other
'for limbs braziers tech- ... aspects of the science of phar
amputated ian, first class; chief dental ,",.
f' macy. At the NATTCenter
of charcoal ,for heating irons tosear nician.
the stumps caused by ampu firmary, Robert Clary, HM1,
The rating insignia of the Hospital ( left )
tations and for ,heating tar with top photo compounds an
which- to stop hemorrhages Corps was changed at the .y -" w ja. ointment. Proud of the new
blood same time from the Red Cross, so recessed autoclave (top right)
buckets of sand to catch the
from amputations and wounds, long familiar, to the caduceus; ,, : at the Naval Hospital are Gave
dental technicans have the "D" Duncan, HN, (left), and
and to pour over the blood on
superimposed over the caduceus. Clarence Hall, HN, as they
the decks so that the surgeon --
might not slip while working." "To give on land, sea, and in ROUTINE IN THE WARD The measurement of temperature demonstrate the latest in steril-

Male nurse, bayman, hospital the air, intelligent, capable, and pulse, respiration, and blood pressure aid the doctor to pre ization equipment. Comfort of
the patient and control of Infection
efficient assistance to Medical, scribe treatment and help the corpsman,to determine type of care
steward, pharmacist's mate were Jl
Service, Nurse, Two "hospitalmen" at the Naval Hospital, Norman;! are two objectives"everpredominant
the subsequent milestones in the Dental, Medical necessary. 'in the 'Work of W
development of today's "hospital and Hospital Corps officers in the Noordewier (left) and Thomas' : :' Clark are carrying out "ri rsingEcare" ; these corpsmen, .who ,wear the f.1

corpsman," thus'' 'designated in eternal 'war 'against disease, injury duties for their' patient", Sjt Charles lorrant' and ,William' emblem of the proud, Hospital: '

UH8, at which time the dental and 'dp nth, and to aid in Romme, AN. Corps.

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JAX NAVY ENTERS BASEBALL MEET I AFPS SPORTS


RoMndupM
Baseball is returning to sacola. Mainside and well known ,

Jax Navy-on a temporary The NATTCenter baseball varsity coach, will direct (By Armed Forces Press Service)

basis, that is.According nine, presently enteredin the team, aided by Chuck Here's a quizzer for avid

to Special Ser- Jax City League compe- Dawson, mentor of the baseball fans. If the, Dodgers you

(Personnel are invited to visit. vices, an interested person tition, will be used as a nucleus NATTCenter combine. on to win the '55 pennant whom go

the USO Servicemen's Clib at nel are urged to try out"for for forming the Jax A schedule of local games would give the Most Valuable ,

37' West Monroe St. The Club b' the baseball team which will Navy representative. will be arranged beginning Player you award to Dvke Solder

open from tttt to 2531 daily be selected to represent Practice begins Monday, sometime in July to allow, Boy Canpanella-or Don New.; I.

Thursday, June 18 Surprise Jacksonville Navy in the June 20, at 1615 at Mason the Jax Navy crew to: prep combo
? Name's the :
Night at 2000. forthcoming Sixth Naval Field. Frank :McCaffrey, intramural for the 6ND tournament in Sfe. Dan Daniels, coach of the same Ft.

Friday, June 17 Dancing to District tournament at Pen- sports director at August. Belvoir, Van baseball team and

records; games.Saturday Daa Daniels noted New York
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June 18.* Open : baseball writer. .Bet you didn't

House. Bods andMiatrods know the Yankees have played
Sunday, June 19 Dunking I I before more than 18 million paid

Bound Table, free coffee and do- y EI i fans in the last 10 years-a mark
nuts, then off to church with junior a
which other club has
no
The new moon or dark of the approached
hostesses; 1730, community .
starts Friday June 17 and
moon ,
Sing. Vespers, free refreshments;
fishing (weather permitting) The Holy Cross Crusaders,
2000( free movie.
:
should be good through Sunday, coached by Eddie Anderson are
Monday, June 20 Ping Pong.
July 3.Some. tentatively on Quantico's football
Tuesday, June 21Games and I schedule next season. Ft. Jack
of the "Isaac Waltons"are
dancing to records.
son reports that its quarterback
June 15 doing some pretty good fishing -
Wednesday, -Dancing for the past two seasons Gene
to music the NATTC Serena- / as proven by the results list
by
Rossi has signed
ed below. Crackerjax Open Second ,Half to play with Ot
tawa of the Big Four Canadian
Reveal Winners Mr. A. H. Lutgens of 0 It R Football League next season .
With 21.6 Over Gulf
and sons trolled in Kingsley Lake Victory Oddity of the week: Yankee first

and picked up 15 black bass. sacker Bill Skowron, thought by

In Civilian Douglas, 10, boated eight bass and Jai Navy Crackerjax softballers continued their mastery over many to be another Lou Gehrig,

his brother, Dill, seven. city competition with a 21-6 triumph over Gulf'Life Insurance in bats and throws righty. But as a

Fishing Contest Mr. Bob Schaaf of 0 & R tookhis a Jacksonville Girls City League fracas Monday night. grid star at Purdue he was a left-

young son, Danny 5, fishingout First half winners, the Crack- footed kicker.
Prizes in three divisions of the 1900 at Enterprise Field in an
Heckscher Drive and
Danny crjajt opened their second half Detroit rookie J. W. Porter,
exhibition
May Black Bass Fishing Contest boated two spots and two whit game.
play with a loud noise, collect- who last year coached the Ft.
The Crackerjax record for the
have been revealed by the con-
ing. ing a total of 19 base hits off Ord. Calif., nine to the AllArmycrown
stands at 17-4.
test committee.Top season
Harry Hanptnian and Joe Gulf pitching. has been sent down to thTigt'rs'
prize in the men's divisionwas Blanc .f 0 & R went ont to Summaries: Southern Asociation
farm
Ellen Carlson
claimed by F. G. Wagner, of the snapper banks again this Dependable was I ori.r I.IKK:
team at Little Rock
Ark.
on the mound for the Girls in I All H ft ,
Public Works (transportation) past weekend on the "deep )'.wl.,, Sb 4 1 1
department who landed a 14- water boat and landed six Blue, bringing her hurling recordto JVM.*.. M 4 I 1lllit.
xb I I Vr
S
10 wins against three losses. K: r Y
4 black bass at Tr...,
pound ounce snappers and five trigger fish p 3 i 0Klrkw.ad
Lake DeLancy, with live bait. plus some smaller fish. The THE CRACKERJAX split another McKiairjr,,tf Ik 1 S' 1 1Tar.
Wagner wins a portable barbecue double-header with the Wo, H S I 1
largest caught weighed
snapper n.,..., T( S 1 1
pit. 28 pounds. men Marines from Parris Island .::06.M, e :I 1 .e

Mrs. Dorothy McCurry, wife of Bill Lundy of 0 & R caughtthe last weekend on the South Caro- "I"acr'1RJAX oit i 1-

A T, McCurry Public Works department limit of bream in the St. linians' home grounds. Q.\.u,.. 2aA'Iu.8IAX a s a :
lIe_..
employee, won a por- Johns River. Bill used worms to Displaying their poorest form A.aer.l.a I 1 :I
table barbecue pit landing the local Waves Ward, l( I I: S
by an
entice the popular pan fish. of the season, !>*.., rIlixoa. '
I H pound' 4 ounce bass at Lake Lannie Austin of 0 & R took went down to their worst defeatin Ihi i 1 2: I
( .r.*)', U., .. S S :I
Winder, as top catch in the wo- his family fishing in the St. Johns years as the Parris Island crew J.P.Uer rt 4 2 I

mens division.IN River. They caught 40 bream and fashioned a 20-5 verdict. But the (Ihnay.sn.p r.. uStrwtrt. f : 1 1

THE CHILDREN'S division, used crawlers for bait. Jax lassies came back to take the .. Ib .1 1 I M
DINk rf 1 1
Susanne Reynolds, daughter of Charlie Jungman and Paul Mc- second contest, in a thriller, 51. 'T.'UI "Ii It- 'I1' 1
?
Volly Reynolds, metal division, Cleary of 0 & R boated 36 breamat Numerous errors, estimated at -

O & R, won herself a fishing rodas West Tocoi on the St. Johns. 15, proved the downfall of the X.

first prize. She took in a one The used worms for bait. Crackerjax in the initial melee. Week's Mainside

pound, 4 ounce black bass, while Best times for fishing this week Errors accounted for 16 of the I .- Y "xr

fishing/ with worms at Doctor's end are as follows: foe's runs. Softball SlateI

Lake. Saturday, June 18 0500 to TilE SECOND game was close The Mainside Intramural Softball -

FROM THE REMAINDER Of 0700; 1000 to 1400, and 1630 to all the way until the seventh. Jax games scheduled for the

the entries, Mrs. Jeanette Rcilly, 2000. held on to a 2-1 lead and then week are listed below: I

of Public Works, won a swivel Sunday June 19-0500 to 0700; broke loose in the seventh to tally Thursday, Juno 16 I 3r1ABLE

seat as the entry prize. All entries 1100 to 1500, and 1700 to 2000. three more times and sew up Albemarle Field ComFairJax -'

other than those winning in (This column Is for all hands. the contest. vs. VP3.Yorktown .

each division are placed in a hat Reports on fishing can be sent The Crackerjax will enjoy a
and drawn to determine the en. directly to Jax Air News or to rest this weekend. Tonight, how- Field po A W-11 vs.

try prize. Bob Brown accessories division, ever, the Girls in Blue will en- VC-62.

Prize for July will be an Icebox O R extension 525)). gage the Explorer Boy Scouts at Saratoga Field Faetu vs.

1 in the men's and women's division '. ...- '. -" NarTu.
a rod for children's division Enterprise Field Operationsvs. ABBE-Not a country
< :A:: Communications. Line-instead, meet Abbe Lane,
and a swivel boat seat as .>.. } who Is In private life Mrs.
entry prirze. Jk .. Hospital Field VF-4S vs. Per- Xavier Cnxat. Abbe gets a

As a reminder, all employeesand .f ;',,..:.,' sonnel. chance to show off the figure
.. .. .. I "' and voice for which she's rightly .
members of their immediate .
,:'", Tuesday, June 21 famous In Columbia's movie
families are eligible to participate I. Albemarle Field Faetu vs. "Chicago Syndicate".
.
in the station Black Bass r Operations.
i'Fishing Contest. Entry blanks
Yorktown Field Hospital: vs.
be obtained from and turned ,
may Personnel ami'Thanda1'
over to the committee members j.ip::
Saratoga Field VW-4 vs. :VP-
{ in various departments. .
16. June 16
Enterprise Field BOQ vs. Mainside Stalag 17: William

Three To Qualify VF-43. Holden, Don Taylor.
; .. .,,',
", ;
"h NATTC'- The Wild One: Mar-
"
3 3t Hospital Field Communica-
For Public LinksThree : lon
Brando
--t -: tions vs. VC-62. Mary Murphy.
Jacksonville Navy links- >': 4 Hospital Mogambo: Clark

men will qualify for the annual 4 e w O & R Chief: "My wife askedme Gable, Ava Gardner, Grace Kelly.

National Public Links tourna- !. to take our old cat off some- l .

ment Sunday at Brentwood golf \ 'h'-: where and lose it. So I put it ina Friday, Jane 17

course. ,I ;>,; -k basket and tramped into the Mainside Underwater: Jane
% ;
Jacksonville entries in the U. S. < country for .eight miles." Russell Richard Egan.

Golf Association sponsored tournament ADAN; "Did you lose the cat?"I NATTC Stalag 17: William

i I will be supported by the O & R Chief: "Lose it? If Ihadn't Holden, Don Taylor
I -Hospital-Tho Wild One: MarIon -
City of Jacksonville. Qualifications
followed it, I'd never have, Brando
: ( will be played over 38 holes found back home Mary Murphy.
Jax: Navy men entering com CRACKERJAX SLUGGERS Here are two good reasons my way. I Saturday, Jane 1C
NAS why the Jax Nary Crackerjax are enjoying their fine season of Mainside Prize of Gold:
petition are Lou Chaff, 1955 IT wins and four losses. Catcher Je Larsoa (left) Is currently Actor: The death scent was a Richard
Jail: golf champion; former, NAB leading the Ctrl la mae at the plate with a nifty .425 average. Widmark.
'Jax': champ, and last;.year's Jacksonville Gerrl "Gorsky, (right versatile infielder, batting at a .350 dip riot.Actress NATTC.Underwater: Jane
,
r representative. to the trapped two out-of-the-prk homers Monday as.the Waves downed : How.come?. Russell, Richard Egan. ,
Gulf Life Insurance, 21", la' a Girls City Leagne contest The
Actor The had the hic
: Hospital .Stalag 17 William
Public Links tourney: Btit) arbro&Cb ; Crackerjax meet the Explorer Scouts (Boys, that is) In an exhIMUo corps :. ,
and harry Webb W at Field coughs. ,. > n 11 er'N Holden, Dop .Taylor. ,
,,, a I ,, gaaae tonight. t *t Enterprise! :.. r '




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<' f :': (t.f VC-62 Shades Hospital, 1-0, In


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'f.J"it :, 13 Innings To Take League Lead

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In what can easily be classified as the most drama-

packed, tense and thrilling athletic contest seen at the Naval Sports FromYesteryear

1 Air Station in many a moon, VC-62's. soflballers edged

Naval Hospital, 1-0(), in a 13.inning battle on Yorktown Field I

last Thursday.

"I44y Even Hollywood could provideno of a bouncing bunt and a miracu- (Another in a weekly feature

better script for a game than lous toss to first for a putout in that brings U life performances

the one played Last Thursday. the fifth inning got; him Out of MI tile Naval Air

which found fans and supporters possible trouble. Station sport scenes from dusty

aw biting their fingernails through- But Glidewell, although the issues .f the lax Air New).

out. It had everything and t.hecro..d. winner, was not the only ,tough Ten Tears Ago Today

: largest of the season, real hurler on the mound that day. Marine Second LieutenantsTed
> w 4 nu ly loved it. Hospital twirler Don Barnes Williams' and Bob Ken

The VC-62 victory can be spelled pitched a magnificent game and nedy, both Major League dia-

with nine letters-G-1-l-d-e- stayed even with Glidewell untilan mond stars, checked: in at

w-e-1.1. error in the 13th led to his Mainside Tuesday and were

Real Pitching Dad downfall. It ''was. a heartbreaker assigned to MFOTU.
for Barnes to lose, his first! in 11 Williams, one of baseball'sgieats
Don Glide-well not only pitched 1 starts this season. played for the Boston
;superb!' ball for VC-62, but it was I Red Sox before entering' the
GOOD TRY This scene is a typical one of last TIHlrsd ,'s Heartbreaker Fr Barnes
crucial MainsMe intramural fray between VC-62 and Hospital.! : he who drove In the winning run: Marine Corps:!, while Kennedywas
The sacrifice bunt, which was attempted te time that preelom base I in the bottom of the 13th.I Glidewell allowed: but three a third baseman for the
I runner into scoring (position many, many times, Is tried by VC-C2's i Throughout the game his clutch hits, no free passes and fanned Chicago White Sox.
John lIa7\1'ood. Behind the plate is Hospital's !scrappy Luljl Lnri, 21. Barnes allowed but three hits! ,
with base
I pitching men on was a rive Years Ago Today
who does a masterful job of backstopping. VC-G2 won this one in fanned 14 and walked eight.
,
the 13th inning; 10, to take over the loop lead thing to behold, and his pick up Utilizing his fast ,serve',
--- -- I Just when it seemed like the Owen Williams staged a come-

game would go on forever withno back to defeat former All-
Spring Cup Links Tbree-Team Race DevelopsIn score, the end came abruptly. Navy runner-up George Roe ina
VC-62 second sacker Starr -
opened finals match of the station
Meet Scheduled I the 13th and was safe on an tennis singles tournament to

All golfers are reminded that Training Center LoopThe error by Hospital shortstop Base successfully defend his title as
it's time to prepare for the i liere. Sheets- walked. Jack Hay- NAS singles champion.
wood flied to center and Starr
Spring Cup Tournament to be NATTCenter softball has settled down to thjee-
race a went to third on the out. Glide-
held the latter part of June cornered hassle between Naval Air Weapons Stem School Aviation well then lifted a towering fly
and the first week in July. Maroon & Gold
Electricians Mate School and Aviation Storekeepers Schoolas ball to left and Starr scored on
The Spring Cup is a yearly play:: in the third round nears completion. The fourth round be the catch.

18-hole handicap event. Entries gins June 23. Engages Trumps
The win gave VC-62 the lead
will be acepted Saturday, June Aviation Storekeepers pulledthe '
in the Mainside intramural soft-
18 and Sunday, June 19. of last week's
upset by
games 2000Lanky
At
MAWS Captures ball league, with Hospital shunted Tonight
More information can be dumping the three-time champion -
into second place, followed by
obtained by contacting the AE-A School nine, 9-8 witha Opera ti Ol}!. Bill Gentry, allowing -,
golf shack.Fliers. seventh-inning home run. They II Horseshoe MeetNaval only four hits, chalked up his
In the week's other results Fas-
also pulled ahead of fourth-place (third victory without a defeat
AO-A School with a 7-4 victoryover Air Weapons System ron 109 drubbed ComFairJax, 111 for the NATTCenter baseball

AO-B School earlier in the grabbed oil the singles and doubles ; VF-43 upset NARTU, 18-16; I Club in the Jacksonville City
Notch honors in the NATTCcnter Personnel won 20.9 over VW-4;
week. League when he set down the
I Intramural horseshoe tournamentand FAW-11 defeated Communications -
Kwasnf Is Hero City Health Department nine, 15-:
their team total of 83 pointsled 6-5; FaetuLant dumped VP-
Joe Kwasny stepped into thehero's 2, last week.Tonight .
) Aviation Storekeeper School 16, 17-12; VP-5 triumphed overSupply
14th role in the lower sexenthTor the Maroon & Gold
TennisTriumph
the Storekeepers when he j by 10 points as the championswere (.0;VP-18 decision! VF- Club tackles Trump Construction
43, 20-2 and VP-5 downed VF-43
decided last week. ;
slammed into a Sparkies' pitch Co., on the Woodstock diamond at
for four bases and the winning Johnny Plunkett captured the 12.4 2000 in the second game of the

run. Dale Shannon also poked a singles title in a four-game MAINSIDE STANDINGS! second round of play. NATTCenter -

four-bagger for the winners. match from George Veech of AK VC-62 9 0 1000 holds a 2-1 edge over the

I Meanwhile NAWS School's Ken School, 21-10, 12-22, 22-13, and Hospital 10 1 .909 Trumps from the first half of the
Jax Navy tennis exponents Ausmus and Bob Garrard were 1 21-3. Operations 9 2 .818 season.

racked up another one of their stopping the opposition's batters In the doubles the team of Bob Fasron 109 8 3 .727 Gentry put *n his best performance -
many shutouts with a 9-0 blasting and the Missilemen wrapped up a Garrard and Johnny Roberts edged of the season when
of Jacksonville Beach tennis pair of games. Ausmus pitched a out Veech and Ken Bratow- NARTU S" .600 he chucked a four hitter

club last Friday on the Boone two-hitter to defeat AO-A School ski of AK School in a fivegamefinal VP-18 6' .545 against City Health lie struck

Park courts. 14.2, and Garrard tossed a three- 'I, 7.23, 23-12, 22-14, 13-21, VW-4 5 5 .500 Ht eight and walked three
Turning their attention to preparation hitter to down AN-P School, 7-1 246. ComFairJax: 5 5 .500 while his mates ran him excellent

for the coming Navy! Roberts Hits Hard : Team scoring: FAW-11 5 I .500 supped
tournaments in late June and Against the Preps Johnny Rob- Singles; HAWS School: 50; AK- Dick Hukka and Sumner Campbell .
4
VP-5 6 .400
July, the Fliers now boast of a erts was the big sticker, getting A School 42; AO-A School, 29; led the Center stickers: each
14-5 Huonall'ffOrd. I three for three. Johnny Filicko: SS-lst Lt. 25; AE-B School, 17 H' ; Personnel 4 7 .363 getting a single and a triple. Mel

Jax Navy-Jax Beach Summaries helped along with a triple. It wasa I AN-P School, l'B AE-A School VP-16 3 T .300 Young also got a pair of hits.

: big week for Garrard and Robert 14; and Supply, 11. Commun. 3 T .300 Coach Chuck Dawson, who led

Singles: Sobieraj (N) defeated *, who also took the intramural Doubles: NAWS School, 33; VF-43 2 T .222 NATTCenter to second place in
Montesanti horseshoe doubles title. AK-A School, 31; SS-lst Lt. 21; the first half of the season, has
(J) 6-0, 6-1; WilsonN Supply 2 t .181
( ) beat Other results: AE-A School 7, AE-B School 17; and AE-A been benched via the hospital for
Lloyd (J) 114; Cand-
land (N) won over Thompson (J) SS-lst Lt. 9; AO-B School* 7;1 School, 14. BOQ l' .100 the next few weeks. While Dawson .

'-3, 1-4. Bob Anderson (N) defeated AE-B School Ii; AO-A School, '1,1 is in sick bay Frank Jankunisand
I
SS-lst Lt., 10.JliU'TC. Mel Williams will handle the
McDonald (1)2, 6-4; I
Curtis (N) beat Jones (1)2) 4-6, HOFTBAHA W I. eGUI NARTU TAKES OVER TOP club.
6-1 in KAWg k..... 14 S .... ,.- Gentry's win puts him atop the
the best two out of three AC-A Krh..l 14 4 .171 J4
sets ALA N WI IS' .7!! l' I. pitching lict. Jankunis, who has
played and Johnson N defeated
)
( AO-A Robs a 7 .**1 1'1 SPOT IN. IM. LINKS. PLAY faced the league's toughest competition .
'.
I
It
McDaniel IHI -- -- - -- -
(J) &.3, 6-3. AOh AN-r ,.....*4 f I' I has a 3.2 record.
S II .117 I As the second ,,'eek.of. the
'''" '" i%.1 .
As,. ,SLi I IS :.In the week with a 40, followed by
Braves _- -- Mainside intramural golf loop
Open LUg I IlCU"O'LAUTt II Hornbuckle and Johnson of Personnel Two Lecal Victors
I
competition closes the race tightens with 42's.

Hone StandThe with all entries showing signsof STANDINGS: IK Gill Day Adta

Jacksonville Braves return I fierce desire for top rung po NARTU, 9% pta; Personnel, t Walt Strader and Mrs. Louis

Home tonight for a seven-day 1 1I sitions. pts; FAWTU, 7 pts; Operations, 6 Gingrich were the only two winners
I NARTU has taken a slight l lead, at the NAS links in the
home stand. Now resting atop the I FAWTU pts; FAW-11, 6 pts; VC-62, 6 pta;
with Personnel Opera- fourth annual National Golf Day
pack, the Braves entertain the I tions, FAW-11, and VC-62 not far Hospital, 5H pta; VP-18, 5H pta; tourney held last Saturday.
rugged in
Rebels
Montgomery athree !
series beginning to behind. One match could throw Fasron 109, 3tt pta; Special Services Twenty-eight entries went t.

nj&bt'at game 1945.Columbus the standings all out of kilter.In 3 pis.; the post to Tie against National
last week's matches VP-18 Golf Schedule Open Champion Ed Furgol and

Cards come into edged FAW-11 3% to 2,i; NAR Monday, June 21 Patty Berg, substituting for Wo
town for a two-game set beginning TU downed VC-62, 4-2; Special: Special Services'vs. VW-4; Personnel men's Champion Babe Zaharias.

Sunday and Savannah pulls Services bowed to Operations, vs. Hospital. Strader topped Furgol'a 72 witk
in v
for a two-game series beginning 3tt to 2Va! ; Personnel tied with Wednesday, JK.. 22 a one-under par 71 and Mrs. Oiniglrch

nit Tuesday. FAWTU, 3-3; and Hospital butFasroatl0'J Operations vs. ;VP-ll; Fasron1W topped Berg's':aicore'ad' 7t
Servicemen are+ reminded that I 3',4' to 2ty.. vs.''NARTU/;:FAW-M .j) Vff, : with a lOw net: 4176,1' *" J,

they Are admitted to all .games r VC-62's Oakep was;)lojr man,for 162.: t s t i M / : Proceeds lr4ria" the, t4slr11e6t0 t j
at1\! 'r uted. rate' of 40'n"; ; j ) _
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1, -
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the raft." I L t I J" t. t 4 'J" .1 r' t M 1' f t chanty.
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son ville, 96.0 percent; Naval Hospital .
!> t, !, 95.3 percent; Fleet Air Wing Ads are accepted for this column -

gyp. jqiE tL ; Eleven, 83.6 percent; and NAS on Monday and Friday of

Cecil Field-Fleet Air Detachment, every week between the hours of
79.7 cent.Breaking 0800 and 1600.
_______ per
down Fleet Air Jack FOR RENT
sonville's pledged total into indi-
2 bdrm. furn. house. Avail. June
vidual units, Utility Squadron 17. EV 93846.
VU-4 leads with 140 It
percent.
3 rm. furn. apt. 852 St. Clair. EV-
is followed by Flag Administration 8-3992.
Unit ComFairJax 134
per 2 bdrm. house. $41,50.5530: Harva
cent Composite Squadron VC-62
; Circle. EV 81045.
126 cent Fleet Air Service
per ;
2 2rm. furn. apts. 1511 Barrs St.
Squadron 6, 116 percent; Fleet '
$12.50 per wk EV 8-2407.
All Weather Training Unit, Atlantic -
3 furn. Adults.
rm. apt. EL 3-0143
Fleet and Fighter Squadron
after 430.:
VF-43, both with 115 per cent;
1 bdrm. apt. $40. per mo. 285{
and Fleet Airborne Electronics '
Corinthian, EV 8-4235.
Training Unit, 102 per cent.
2 lg. rm. apt. 2148 Roselle, EL 5-
NAVAL AIR BASES, 6ND and 6374.
......._.__..m__.______ ...,--- ._m.m_ nn.-____ ___. 10 NAS Jax
departments, plus the 3 rm. furn. apt. 5204 Bragg Rd.
PROMOTE NAVY RECRUITING Fleet Reserve Association Branches 91 and 126 of Jacksonville Fuel Depot of Trout River have EV 9-0256.
are, in the thick of the battle to recruit more men for the Navy To induce young men to join, reached 100 percent of their quo
I the FRA, in conjunction wh| Operation Sound-Off, is placing signs on autos, which can be seen.In tas better. Riverside eff. apt. apt. 2215: River
above photo. It's all done with the rmission. James Bonta PNC (left) president of or Special Services and Blvd. EV 98209.
Branch 91, and attached to Comf'alrJax and Chars Noce, DKC, of NAS Disbursing office, a mem- Legal are tied with 136.3 percent. 3 rm furn. apt. 2 rm. turn apt.
ber of Branch 126, begin the job of displaying the, signs. Next in order are the Industrial 112 E. Ashley. EL 45676.

Relations Department, 133.6; Den- 4 rm. unfurn. apt. 3684 HedrickSt.

tal, 127.5; Mobile Training De- EV 9-0766.

Recruiting RYA'KM9 tachment, 117.4; Chaplain, 112.9; 2 bdrm. unfurn. house. $65. 6036

Communications, 111.8; Security, Hyram St. EV 82098.
Takes On HERB AP.E A1WQERG 1'O THE 108.6: ; Public Works, 107.7; Medical 2 bdrm. furn apt. $40. RiversideEV

1 QUESTIOH3 SERVICEMEN AND TFEIR 104.4; Naval Air Bases, Sixth 7-2694.
FAMILIES ASK THE VETERANS
New #DMINISTRATI N EVERY DAY... Naval District, 103; Fuel Depot, 2 bdrm. unfurn. apt. 619 CenterSt.
'Signs'The 100; Operations, 99.6; Overhauland EV 9-5867.

(By Armed Forces Press Service) tervals. Repair, 97.6; Administration, Room with use of house. Couple.EL .

Fleet Reserve Association, Q-I am required to take a phy Q-How much 'money can. I 92.9; Fiscal, 82.5; and Supply, 71.9. 9-9416 after 5pm.

including Branches 91 and 126 of sical examination to reinstate my borrow on my permanent National The breakdown at NATTCenter 3 rm. turn. gar. apt. $65. mo. EV-
Jacksonville, has joined in the shows that nine of 92619. 3525
lapsed GI insurance policy. Would Service Life Insurance policy? out 14 schools Corby.
"Operation Sound Off, theNavy's the VA accept an examinationmade A-You may borrow up to 94 and departments are over-sub 2 rm. furn. apt. 3909 Boone Pk.
recruiting program. scribed. The highest is Aviation Ave.
by an osteopath? percent of the cash value of
Part of SoundOff"is Ground Officers School with 4 : unfurn. 3684 He-
"Operation A-Yes, provided the osteopathic your policy. Your VA district 140 rm apt. $75.
the of cent. Next in line drick EV 9-0766.
placing bumper signs on physician is a graduateof office where you mail your premiums per are Marine
cars, voluntarily permitted by Aviation Detachment, 133 percent
a recognised college of osteopathy can give you the amountof ; FOR SALE
drivers. These bumper signs read and is listed in the your current cash value. Aviation Storekeepers School, 126 3 bdrm. C. B. house, gar 5709
"The Navy is My Career," placedon current directory of the American percent; Supply, 125 ptr cent; Cedar Forest Dr. North., G. I.
the left side of the bumper, Osteopathic Association. Aircraft Maintenance, 119 per- equity.
and "Ask Me About It the Admiral cent Training Facilities 112
on Perry ; per-
Q-I bought a house with a GI 34 ft., 2 bdrm, 1952 house trailer
c right side.Members. cent; Administration, 105 percent;
loan. Occasionally I earn a few I (Continued from Page 1)) $2400. Mrs. Cassidy, Ext 8393.
of the Fleet Reserve Aviation Ordnance School, 100
extra dollars on the side and I'd Korean waters between November 23 ft. house trailer, alum room
percent Airman i
Association have been handlingand ; Preparatory
like to use this money to payoff 28, 1951 and February 28, School, 98 percent Naval Avia- and carport. Azalea Trailer
the little ;
placing signs a the loan in advance. Is there ,any 1952 and between April 23 and tion Park, lot 197.
than week and resultsare Weapons System, 83 percent;
more one 3 bdrm. house. CBS const. Terms.
I minimum set for these June 18 1952
prepayments 'according to the
Personnel 78 Dental
beginning to show. Some 500 percent; 61 EV 7-2675
or may they be for any citation accompanying the medal
percent and Medical 34 .
sets of signs are now available ; percent
amount? from President Eisenhower The final fund will be distributed Miscellaneous
-
through the IRA for Navy per-
A-Your pre-payment be 1 )
may Wanted two riders. West Cornell
according to
voluntary pledged
sonnel to display on their autos. -
for either one monthly payment: Describing the admiral as "a obligations made by the Jax to NAS. 0700, 1530. Ext. 8540.
As a result of this particular: or $100, whichever is less, or in forceful and inspiring leader," the Navy 'to the Jacksonville-Duval Gladys Green.

type of Navy appeal for recruits, multiples of either one of those citation said i he "contributed County Community ChestUnitedFund Wanted four riders. Pearl Court.

the district recruiting'officer in payments. greatly" to the planning for coordinated and to the local chapter of 0700, 1530, 0 &: R, R. C. Fulford,
Jacksonville met its recent quota Q-I have been taking on-the- Navy-Air Force aerial the Navy Relief Society. Shop 42-48, EXT. 525. .
with the formation of an allFlorida job training under the Korean GI assaults against hydroelectricplants 4 Riders wanted from St. John's

company called the "Seagoing Bill. I intend to change my courseto in North Korea and the A gossip is a person who talksto Bluff Rd. via Atlantic Blvd. to

Gators." This company included on-the-job training in a differ- capital city of Pyonpyang in the you about others; a bore is one O & R. See Blount, Shop 5201

79 recruits who were taken ent field. I already have had three summer ol1952.Admiral who talks to you about himself; Any ADC or ADI desiring to

aboard the battleship New Jerseyat reductions in my GI training allowance Perry has been Com- a brilliant conversationalist is swap stations write, Raymond

Mayport in April, to Norfolk After I change, will I mander Fleet Air, Jacksonvillesince one who talks to you about yourself If. Burger, ADC, Fasron 3, US-

I for training. receive the full rate of allowanceor July of last year. NAS, Norfolk, Va.
my current reduced rate? I '

A-Since you are changing
You Can Do
your job training courser you

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of heat exhaustion or complete at the beginning of Y2'.4 ry
prostration. Salt, additional to your new course. This rate will '' Si S

that supplied in the diet, is ,be reduced at four-month in-

essential to the health of those QI.b .

doing heavy manual labor at Cub Scouts Sponsor .ik :. .

high temperature. It is reco-
ommended! that those' individ- Social MondayCub
ri'x
uals take one or two salt" tab- Scout Pack, 131, sponsoredby

lets after meals. NAS Jax, has ,extended:an invitation aMh
,' 9. Keep clean. Take ar complete to all hands to attend an

bath or shower daily or ice cream and cake social to be

more frequentiy if needed. held Monday, June 20 at '1930

Wear clean under clothing on the grounds adjacent Build- .

daily and launder work clothes ing 804.There.

often enough to avoid, body, will be a fee of, 25 cents;

,, odors and to remove perspiration. Purpose of this affair is to' raise ,St < < C

'. funds for sumcrm activities, for, j.
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,10., Change shoes on alternate the Pack. : ;
\ days; wear clean socks

daily; use foot powder between

the toes and in shoes :to ab- iiM CNR I D

sorb petspiration and avoid

fungus Infections., TEE OH HB ana
If these suggestions don't DEC 0 '
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help-maybe Mark Twain was I EF

right. Tr
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,Judge: You mean to tell me you NT E NiT
shot your wife accidentally? t "SWING AND. SWAY": Dancing I is becoming a real attraction for personnel stationed at NAS
'she "got In R 1 1A 1t Jax. Generally four,dances are held monthly two:at NATTCentert King=HaU and'two Malnslde
Prisoner!,; Judge, + gym; Too; a'name-band waked at least one appearancea; month] The Jax Navy band provides most'
,front of my mother-in-law' just of the music at these dances and Is a,real favorite*.This': photo was snapped during' last. 1'1Ie"hl'
44 I pulled the trigger. (Answer t t. Paul* Page 3)) crew's dance at Malnslde, with the local Navy band In the. background.I ., +



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