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Jax air news
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April 24, 1952


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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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I Many Express Desire For Facility "


Petition Charter For ,:s

Credit Union Here .

A Federal Credit Union for NAS ,Jacksonville was endorsed ; .,
last week by twelve representative civilian employee: r
in an initial meeting where they petitioned for a charter and

pledged support. ,
In a station-wide survey con- T'
ing Director of the Florida Credit I
ducted recently, approximately I Union League, Inc., and Raymond ;If'I
;; aFi.aYKa a 1,500 NAS employees indicated I I
E. Evans, Credit Union Examiner ;
their desire for a facility of this for the Bureau of Federal Credit !,

kind. Unions, Federal Security Agency, 1 ,'
Fitzhugh L. Andrews, Manag- were called upon for initial help
SEEK CREDIT UNION in organization. '
..John W. Carson assistant Industrial

The NAS Credit Union, if established
Relations officer, signs
the petition for a charter for would be under the su-
NAS Federal Credit Union, pervision and control of the Bu-
while other employee representatives reau of Federal Credit Unions in
who endorsed the accordance with th Federal
petition look on. Front row,
left to right, are: Fltzhugh Credit Union Act of 1934.
Andrews and Raymond. Evans, Charter Must Be Approved
credit union _.,. ,
professional men; -- ;" --- Proposed membership would
Carson; Daniel Whiddon; Alfred -
Szarmanski and Mary VOL-10 No. 4 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 24 April 1952 include: Employees of the various
Dunbar Back row, James Me- naval shore establishments in Du-
Daniel; George Barker; J. Herschel val County, immediate families of

Robert Lee;Robertson William Stembridge; Sammie; RIPPERS GET 'E' these employees, and employeesof .
the credit union itself.
Whittington: Walter Rambo '
and .Anna Wilson.. rM : FIVE MILES UP If the charter is approved, a
----- -- call will go out for membership,
IN EXERCISES and a meeting of the membership I .

6573. To Well equipped for any future will be held to elect three groups: r'
aerial gunnery, be it exerciseor A Board of Directors of the Credit -
Red Cross 'combat, are Ensign John Union, a Credit Committee, and I Ia

Buffkin and Ensign Bob Fitch Supervisory Committee. ,
Dressen .of VF-11 who rackedup (Please Turn to Page 12, Col. 5) :
In DrivePersonnel ..
t' exceptional scores in their -- ,

F2H2 Banshees to qualify them -
attached to the for the Navy "E" in aerial gun- Set Seminar
various commands aboard the S nery at 25,000 recently. :
Naval Air Station and NAAS' x In.order to receive the award, For CivilianClergy \
Cecil Field contributed a total I a pilot must attain a maximum I I I --

of $6,573.68 during the Red number of hits on a target .'
Cross campaign held duringthe ---- ---- sleeve towed by another aircraft Here : M MA
AERIAL PROWESS-Holding a chart that shows Fighter I
month of March.
Squadron Eleven's prowess in aerial competition are Com d r. with his cannon fire.
NATTCenter took honors in Robert E. Dose (left), training officer for Commander Fleet Air With the "E" award already ,seminar for civilian clergy ;
the commands with a high con- I Jacksonville and Comdr. Denny Phillips (right), skipper of VF- garnered by Lt. (jg) Owen will be conducted by Capt. I, :t
tribution of $3,423.09. Overhauland 11. Ensign John Buffkin (extreme left) and Ensign Bob Fitch (ex' Oberg and Lt. (jg) Gene Lewisof Charles A. Dittmar, senior chap-
"E" winners who, garnered the award at 25-
treme right) new ,
Repair department at NAS VF-11 at 15,000 feet, the lain, at the Naval Air Station on t
000 feet, look the chart over.
led with 523.80, while Fasron 6 squadron members are aiming May 14, with an open invitation ,t
was top unit in the fleet with 1,500 Pints Per Month. their sights higher to cop the extended to all local clergy to attend .
$342.20. award at 35,000 feet and makeit 1
a round robin.Weather The Navy has announced three
NAS activities contributed a Blood Donations Reach distinct purposes for holding the

total of $1,633.62 with a break- Outlook' seminar which has been planned
down by departments as follows: generally to correlate the workof 1
Administration, $89.65; Communications I 11,000 In Seven Months Summer weather will prevailall Jacksonville religious leaders
$44.49; Dental, $24.27; weekend, according to the with that of the military chap-
Dispensary, $36.60; Industrial Re I NAS Aerology Office: lains. The visitors will learn what .
lations, $32.00; Marine Barracks, As the Armed Forces Blood I I because of limited Friday-Partly cloudy and con is being done by the Navy for 1 h :
48 pints daily -
$48.24; Miscellaneous, $6.00; Op- Donor Center swung into its I I tinued warm. men in service, and witness dem-
erations, $133.45; Overhaul and eigh'th month of operations factory facilities availableto SaturdaySame.SundaySame. onstrations of various aids used(1((1in
Repair, $523.80; Public Works, Monday, its daily quota had process the blood into plas religious education programs.

$270.45; Security Department, been more than trebled, going ma.The Open discussions will be held t P
Services $36.79 from 48 pints daily to 150, and past five months have
$27.20; Special ; shoulders of every person in on ways and means of unitingthe
more than 11,000 blood donors seen additional people trained work
Supply, $360.68. this area, civilian and military, and how men entering
All fleet activities racked up a had been processed. and more facilities made avail- military service may be better
meet this able for processing the blood. to meet this increased quota.
total contribution of $965.80 as Donors who helped prepared. I
follows: CAG 17 Staff; $20; VF- total here come from local com- Thus, once again the factoriescan Quotas of blood donors need- Invitations have gone out to 1 '

171, $59; VF-173, $9; VF-174, $69.- mands including NATTCenter, can handle the increased ed from various departments representatives of the Jackson- '
65; VA175$50.81; FAW-11, Fleet Air Wing Eleven, Fleet volume. aboard the station are published ville Ministerial Alliance, the Ro- :,.
$34.82; VP-3, $112.40; Fleet Air Air Jacksonville, Naval Hospital LAST NOVEMBER, when in the plan of the day. Each man Catholic Church, the Rabbinate -
Staff, $42; Fasron 6, $342.20; Fas- NARTU, and NAS Jax and the local quota was cut, the department is urgently requested the Mormon Church, and I \
ron 51, $74.90; Fasron 109, $62.08; Fleet Reserve at Green Cove I American Red Cross took over to send their full quota each 1,the Christian Science Church. If f
VC-5, $42.25; VF-11, $46.69. Springs, NAAS, Cecil Field, the job of procuring blood don- day in order that the Blood any group has not received an invitation t -i
Mayport and Florida Military ors to keep the supply goingto Center can maintain its high it has been requested to i

. NAAS Cecil Field's final total District. Korea. Recently a Defense standard of efficiency In meet. write to Captain Dittmar, Box 6, ,1
was $483.02 and NARTU'S con- TilE 11,000 figure is an aver- Department letter was sent to I ing the daily quota of 150. Naval Air Station.
tribution of $68.15 brought the final age of slightly more than 1,500 military installations again II I
total to $6,573.68. donors per month. During the seeking the all-out aid of mil e. : z..

With the addition of a $3,295.41 first two months, Sept. 17 to itary personnel to fill the quo
donation from Green Cove Nov. 19, 1951, over 5,500 blood ta that the Red Cross had been
Springs Naval Air Station, plus donors had been processed. At unable to obtain.
(Please Turn to Page 12, Col. 5)) I this time the quota was cut to The responsibility lies on the

I y I Variety Show One. Of Carnival Features I

-- ---- --- --
An all-Jacksonville varietyshow 1 committees are turning UP with | held, but more talent is still need.
featuring talent of .all de- excellent performers from all ed. Applications are being accepted
scriptions, will be one of the over the city and among station I from volunteers for per- :
highlights of the gigantic Navy personnel. Preliminary ground formances. Dancing and comedyacts
Charity Carnival to be held May work indicates a big lively, I are particularly desired. I
16-17 in Hangars 113, 114 and 115 talent-laden stage show to pleaseall Thqse interested in performingat
Talent from the station and patrons at the Carnival. the Carnival are asked to get I(
Jacksonville area at present is I in touch with Lt. Wolfe at
being scouted and screened. Try- Production and integration of sion 677. exten'l
outs are being held at NAS for the variety program, one in tra *
military and civilian personnelof dition of the old-style carnival Rehearsals! will be kept ll.OOOTII BLOOD DONOR-When Burton Howe, BMJ, gave
the station. Contributions of spirit, is under the direction of minumum, it is announced.The his second pint of blood here last Wednesday, he discovered that
talent from Jacksonville schools, Lt. James Wolfe, public information Variety Show will be just he was the fl,000th donor processed at the Naval Air Station Blood .
Bank. Howe attached to Sub 1 at Green Cove
is Group Spring
officer for the Naval Air one of the many features of the
clubs and civic organizations will :
Naval Station. The local blood bank has been in openUiIn for
help swell \\e program. Technical Training Center. third annual Carnival for Char seven months.4 .
Members of the entertainment One audition has already been ity.


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Report From Washington

Jt1 Xjui3 Seek To Exempt Entertainment Tax ,

Published every Thufsday for Navy activities. at Naval Air
Station Jacksonville. Fla.NAS, Jacksonville: Marine Corps- To Promote 2,642 Staff NCOs :f

Cant. Douglas T. Dy Commanding Officer 'By Armed Forces Press Service) World Olympiad in Helsinki, Finland, July
Comdr. James H. Armstrong _._ Executive Officer 3. Candidates be released
19 through Aug. may -
Lt. Dave Barksdale .___.....__.__..-_..:: .Public Information Officer A draft by the Defense Department of pro- to permit
from duty as necessary concen- ,
Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear posed legislation that would "exempt from .j
Adm. Osborne B Hardison Commander taxation the amounts paid for admission to trated training 60 days before tryouts. Army

Capt. Howard V. Hopkins______._.._Chief of Staff theaters and other activities operated by or championship competition in shooting, modern -
Fleet Air Wine Eleven pentathlon, boxing, and track and field
under the control of the military depart
Capt. Jesse S. McClure ,L..tL..L.--.,. L__ Commander
semi-final ,
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton Chief Staff Officer ments" has been transmitted to the House shave been designated tests for the t
Naval Air Technical Training. Center Ways and Means Committee. U. S. Olympic team, and will provide Army
Capt. Le Ui R. Rice ___ L---, _-.........._ Commanding Officer entries for the final tryouts. 4
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart.__. Executive Officer bills Service .. ,
Naval Hospital The following; of interest to
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton- ?Commanding Officer personnel recently were introduced in Con- One of the most extensive nation-wide Re '
NARTU. gress: serve personnel inventories ever undertaken, '
Capt. Easton B. Noble Commanding Oflcer 1. A bill to provide increases in the ratesof will be launched by the U.. S. Air Force early .
Comdr. Anthony Trusso Executive Officer death pensions payable to certain widows this summer. The Continental Air Commandwill

Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extensions and children' of veterans of WWI and WWIIor undertake to question personally, and

1184 and 216. of service-on or after June 27, 1950. here'this is impracticable, by lengthy ques-
me JAX AIR NEWS Is ,fvbllsneA weeKTf at He U. S. Naval Air Station.
Jaeksonvllle.Fknida. and printed commercially' with non-appropriated fund 2. A bill to provide that no person shall tionnaire, every one of the 300,000 Air Force
at IMS.expense Copies to the are government distributed and free In of compliance churn; at the with Naval NAVEXOS: Air Station P-35, ,Rev.the be barred from service in the Armed Forcesor .' reservists of all ranks and rates who are not'on
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Naval Auxltar) Air Station Cecil Field and discharged solely'because he has been clas- active military duty.
the U. S. Naval '
Hospital.EditorAndrew H. Planey sified as a "youthful offender" under the lawsof The inventory is designed to bring up to*

Staff Members: Marian Sprenger, J03; Mary Bixiones, JOSN; New York. date reservists' records and obtain current information -
Dave SN John Charvat AN Barbara Tomlinson SN .
Devroy, ; ; ; on their availability for active m! .

Helen The Harper.JAR AIR NEWS Is a member Of the Armed Forces Press Service. Transfer of Dover AFB, Dover, Del., from tary service in time of emergency.
AFP3 material appearing In this publication mar not withoutthe the Air Defense Command to the Military Air *
Republication *
written permission of Armed Forces Pros Service., of other
natter, except by service publications. Is piohlblted. without permission of Transport Service has been announced by the l\farin'e has authorized the
The Corps pro- ,
Department of the Air Force. The transfer
motion of 2,642 staff NCOs, including 500
will accelerate further. the ability of MATSto
technical sergeants who were selected for
meet fully its global commitments. Still in
I 1952 ELECTIONS I promotion to master sergeant and 2,142 staff I
MATS the planning Atlantic stage Division is a proposed Headquarters transfer from of sergeants selected for technical sergeants. :

Date of rank for seniority purposes is Jan.
(By Armed Forces Press Service) Westover AFB, Chicopee Falls, Mass. to McGuire -
1, 1952 for master sergeants and May 1, 1952,
This voting information applies to Armed Forces personnel, AFB, Wrightstown, N. J.
for technical sergeants. .
dependents residing with Armed Forces personnel and U. S. citizens -> '. *- I
attached to and serving with the U. S. Armed Forces beyondthe Organized units of the Marine Corps Re-
continental limits of the U. S., unless otherwise specified. serve, both ground and air, will begin sum- A total of 5,100 Naval Academy and Naval '

These persons include civilians.employed by the Department of the mer training again (or the first time since the Reserve midshipmen will train on 35 ships

Army, Navy, and Air Force, the Marine Corps and the Coast start of the Korean conflict. The units will during the 1952 summer midshipmen training
participate in two-week field exercises in cruises to European ports, the Department of
Guard; and personnel of the American Red Cross and USO. For periods
additional election information consult your voting officer. from June through September. Formal the Navy has announced.
courses for volunteer and inactive Reserve Three summer practice cruises will be held,
NORTH CAROLINATar Therefore advance registration officers and noncommissioned officers will be- enabling midshipmen to get practical trainingto

( Heel State) prior to voting is unnecessary. gin this month. supplement classroom studies in engineering -

Qualifications for Voting 3. All other persons must ac- gunnery, navigation communications and ..
1. Must be at least 21 years of complish registration in personat Army personnel selected for the U. S. Olym- tactics. The battleships USS Missouri, Wisconsin -
'age not later than date of general the office of the registrar, pic team will be relieved temporarily from and New Jersey will participate in the
election. county of residence in North duties in order to participate in the XV cruises.
2. Must be a U. S. citizen having Carolina. -- -
resided in'the state of North Obtaining Ballots and Voting 2. Unregistered persons may be absent from their voting pre VA Home Loans Reach
register on the first Monday of cinct on election day may vote '
Carolina for a period of one year 1. Members of the Armed AlI-Time High In '51
each month throughout the year. by absentee ballot.
and in the voting precinct for Forces and "certain Merchant
four months. Marine personnel" may vote by 3. Before applying for regis- 2. Application for absentee bal- (By Armed Forces Press Service

3. Must be able to read and (absentee process in primary and tration a person must be qual- lot should be made to registrar Officials of the Veterans' Ad-

write any section o f the state general elections. Only one ap- ified as follows: (a.) Be able to of voting precinct, place of resi- ministration during 1951 announced more than recentlythat three
constitution. read and write any section of the dence, as early as 60 days preceding -
plication is required to become and a half billion dollars in vet
4. Must be a registered voter. registered and to obtain ballotsfor state constitution which may be election for voters in the eran's home loans were made bY
Registration all primaries and general presented to applicant by regis U. S., and as early as 90 days if private lenders. This sum toppeda

1. Registration permanent elections occuring during any one tration officials (b.) or be able voter is outside continental set previous in 1947.Although.high of $3,286,000,000

for all voters unless a new state- election year. Such applicationmay to show proof of ownership of limits of the U. S. the amount of money

wide registration is announced. be made by one of two property within the State of 3. Members of the Armed loaned hit a new peak, the num-

(Members of the Armed Forces methods: (a.) By mailing a completed I South Carolina having an assess- Forces may use Federal Post ber of loans made totaled record-447-
373 in with
who have been discharged and Federal Post Crd: Appli- ed value of $300 or more on Card Application (StandardForm '.breaking, comparison 541,922 loans a made ift
"certain Merchant Marine per- cation (Standard Form 76).to the which all current taxes have 76)). All other persons may

sonnel" whose contracts have expired Secretary of State, Raleigh, N. been paid. submit'any form of written communication 1947.Home loans are available t*

must re-register after severance C., or to the chairman, county Obtaining Ballots and Voting requesting absentee eligible WWII veterans and to<>>
from their respective board of elections, at the county 1. No absentee ballots are issued ballot with an explanation of the unmarried widows of men wh
died Service during WWII or
r. Services.) Members of the Armed seat of residence. It is 'recommended by the State of South Car- reason for absentee voting. Persons as a result of a Service-connected
Forces and "certain Merchant such application be madeat olina and none will be acceptedin other than members of the disability.

t Marine personnel" who are currently least 90 days prior to any lieu of personal appearanceat Armed Forces must enclose 28 Under present regulations
f. serving in their respective election. (b.) By requesting polling place. ents in stamps or coin (33 centsif those eligible for home loam
f capacities are not affected by chairman, county board Of elec- a resident' of Norfolk) with ap- i have until July 25, 1957 to apply.

C 1. this provision. tions, to send an "Application fore VIRGINIA plication to cover postage cost of ceipt of ballot application.Marked .
2. Qualified members of th Absentee Ballots and Registration Old Dominion balloting materials. I ballots must be returned

:, Armed Forces and "certain Merchant for 1952 Primaries and General Qualifications for Voting 4. Ballots will be mailed to all to proper officials not later than

I': Marine personnel" become' Election by Servicemen 1. Must be at least 21 years of qualified applicants upon re- I day of election.WIRED .

registered automatically for Form." This application shouldbe age on date of election.

'voting when application for ballot made at least 90 days prior to 2. Must be a U. S. citizen hav-
has been accepted by appro election. ing resided in the Common-

priate North Carolina officials 2. All other persons may vote wealth of Virginia for a periodof

t7 only in general elections by absentee one year, in the county for six

/1DIVINE' )\ process. Marked ballots months, and in the election pre
will not be accepted by election cinct for 30 days.
) officials not later than election Poll Tax i
\ SERVICES day. lr A poll tax of $1.50 must be

!. paid annually by all persons, ex-
Protestant SOUTH CAROLINA cept members of the Armed
, D830-Morning i Services, All-
Palmetto State
Saints Chapel. ( ) Forces. Those persons becoming
M15-Naval Hospital ChapeL Qualifications for Voting 21 years, of age during an elec-
0930-Sunday School. Small ChapeL 1. Must be at least 21 years of tion year are exempted from that

,. age on date of election. year's. poll tax.:
I 1045-All Saints Catholic ChapeL 2. Must be a U. S. citizen having Registration

D830 and 0930-Mass, St. Ed resided in the State of South. 1. Once a voter is registered,
ward's Chapel. Carolina for a' period of two. such registration is permanent.
930St.! Edwards' Chapel (Cate years, in the county of residenceone I 2. Members of the Armed
chism Class).
1030 Mass, St. Edward's ChapeL year, and in the polling pre- Forces may vote in any election,
0645-Mass at Hospital ChapeL cinct for four months. without being registered.
d Christian Science 3. Must be a registered voter. 3. All persons except membersof
Tuesday-2000 at NATTC Chap Registration the Armed Forces must be =.
lain's Office.
Mormon 1. Persons registered prior to registered before voting. Regis- FOR WARl\ITII-Face masks aDd electrically-heated
Thursday-1930-at. Small Cha- Jan. 1, 1898 are registered for tration must be accomplished in suits make two crewmen of the cruiser USS Albany look like
peL life For other persons, registra- person. rrotesque 1Igures from another planet as for "enemy"
Jewish tion must be renewed every ten : Obtaining Ballots and Voting aircraft durlnr a cold weather exercise In the vwatch .f Grun-
IMO-Monday, NATTC Auditor land. The exercise rave the Navy aD opportunity to test Dew told
1. All qualified voters who will
t rum year weather tear and equipment.

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24 April JAX AIR NEWS Page Three


NARTU Officials He Lost It-lie Thought! i KNOW YOUR


,' Volunteer Unit BAG IN MATTER OF S HOURSTrust

MAINSIDE (By Armed Fore Press Service)

J Associated Volunteer Unit 743 one who has had ex Airs. Young:, clerk in charge, Thursday, April 24 (This I* the third In a aeries of

j with headquarters In Orlando, perience, the NAS Post Office recognized the four numberson Whispering Smith _.--.....n......__ articles with the nation'stop
J the _..._...Richard Carlson I dealing
Fla., was officially inspected Sun may easily become your best bag, as pertaining to .
1 tihtary (although the ad- Friday April 25 Defense leaders.)
day, April 20 by Capt. Easton B. friend. i
) Noble, commanding officer, Naval dress given was Kansas City, Macao.Robert Mitchum. .
Air Reserve Training Unit, Here is the story: Kansas) and she called An- Saturday, April 26 I Thomas 'K. Finletter succeededW. 1

assisted by Comdr. Jerry Morrison Enroute to work early in the drew V. Boswell, Post Office Girl On The Bridge -Hugo Haas Stuart Symington to become

training officer, NARTU. Lt. morning, Sidney L. Brecken- Superintendent of NAS. Bos- Sunday, April 27 the second Secretary of the Atr

... C.. C Gatling is in command of ridge, HA, was driving near well searched through his rec- Deadline USA _......_._ Force April 24, 1950. Prior to '

the unit. Riverside Park (5 Points area) ords for the name BRECK __._..Humphrey Bogart

11..1't..., Associated Volunteer Units located when his car broke down. lie ,(stenciled on the bag) andY Monday, April 28 his appointment :Mr. Finleter wa

jumped out, and after inspecting _: Yank In Indo China u" __'_ the head of the Economic Cooperation
in cities too remote from
I the cause,> decided that a __..---...... __.John Archer Administration's emission
Reserve Naval Air Stations, or Y
might just do the Tues. & Wed. April 29-30
NARTUs for the members to travel good push to the United Kingdom. .
trick. While Belles On Their
Sidney was ex- Toes.1
to attend scheduled
.i regularly amining the car and using a _....-.--......-.-. '
drills, are supported by their parent r '
few tools, he placed his hand- NATTCENTER
activity one week-end each
which in his Thursday, April 24 I
bag, was way, on
Planes are flown from the curb. San Francisco Story __.........-._ x

NARTU, Jacksonville, to Orlan- __.....Joel McCrea .
do on.the fourth week-end of each ,
Another car cane along to Friday, April 25
\ f month for the volunteer pilots to offer a "push" and Sidney Girl On The Bridge .Hugo Haas

fly. drove off to the base, not realizing Saturday, April 26

the absence of his hand Macao .........._....Robert Mitchum &
Operations in Orlando
bag until much too late to return Sunday, April 27

I flight proficiency status for 19 for it. So, he abandonedall .. Tarzan's Savage Fury *_..___
Reserve Naval Aviators and six -
_.....__Lex Barker "
hope of ever seeing it again.
enlisted crew members who otherwise Lucky guy Sidney L.
Mon. & Tues. 28-29
Breckenridge (right) regains April
Articles of value to Sidney
would be lost to the Naval his bag through help Deadline USA __u_..._._ _
in that bag: an electric
Air Reserve Training program. were of the NAS Post Office aftera ?...._._... Humphrey Bogart
. In addition to the training on one razor, two uniforms, towels, a few fast relays. Andrew Wednesday April 30

-week-end each month, the AAU hat, shoes, and other such Boswell, Post Office super .. ... '\
. Yank In Indo China ... _
intendent (left) hands over .
items. He had lost them all, he
j. members are permitted to serve the "lost" bag. 11-.LL1J.._._..._John Archer
an annual two week duty period thought. NAVAL HOSPITAL
Q P5
found the closest name to -
each summer at the Jacksonville Thursday April 21 f
One hour after Sidney's car Breckenridge. By that time, it ,
NARTU, at full Navy pay. The Lion & The Horse....-...... __ Thomas K.. Finletter
had been pushed away from was 1030, and after checking f
Other Associated Volunteer __.._.Steve Cochran
that spot on the curb, another with Sidney, Boswell handedthe s
Units are located in Jacksonville, Friday April 25
driver rushing to work, no- bag to him at 1200, just The former attorney, a native :
Charleston, S. C., and an Auxil- Captain Blood Fugitive. -.._
ticed the sitting the five hours from the time it had
on I
iary Ground Unit at Tallahassee. _.. _n --........Louis HaywardSat. of Philadelphia, received his education
curb. While waiting for'a sig- been lost. i I
These out of town activities are & Sun. April 2627 at the Episcopal Academy ''i
nal he jumped out took the It is, however, being pointed -
under the supervision of Lcdr. San Francisco Story _.u___...____. and the University of Pennsyl ,f''
bag with him to work in hopesof out, the "Lucky Bag" in
William Hall of the NARTU ___..._Joel McCrea ti
returning it to its rightful Building 912 is the headquarters vania. During WWI he served
Training Department. Monday, April 28Tarzan's
owner. He was Mr. Stevens, for lost and stray articles with the 312th Field Artillery, advancing -
0Membership ei Savage Fury._.......___._
i manager of the Union Termi- and personnel are reminded, to the rank of captain. '
I" in the Associated _._, _.__Lex Barker
nal Warehouse. Stevens was a as a result,.not to be runningto
t Volunteer Unit will enable the Tuesday, April 29 After the war Mr. Finletter wa
and the the Post Office with "Have
I unit's officers and enlisted men to busy man, gave bagto Macao ..___..._..__..Robert Mitchum
the first place he could you found ?" But, keep a member of a New York law
receive two days Navy each Wednesday, April 30 '

month in the rank or rate pay they think of that might be- able to the Post Office in mind if you Deadline USA. --.----..._.......---...---..- firm until' his appointment to the
ace it-the post office in the have and know there is a
l" __...Humphrey Bogart State Department In 1911. At
hold.Men desiring information about Union Terminal Bldg. chance to help out a buddy! that time he was assigned as a

special assistant to the Secretaryof
the opportunities offered in the IRD Officer Gives Talk
Professor: You, in the back ol State on international economic (
IA i units should write to Lcdr. Wm.
At Federal Group Confab
the room, what was the date of affairs.
M. Hall NARTU Box 4 NAS
the signing of the Magna Carta?" Lcdr. Charles L. Garrettson, *

Jacksonville, Florida or appearin "I dunno." Industrial Relations officer; was Two later Mr. Finletterwas
at Air Unit years
743 person at the Orlando Auxiliary Municipal Air- You don't eh? Well let's try the principal speaker at the Fed- appointed executive directorand

port on the fourth week-end of SALTY HUMOR FROM something else. Who was Bonny eral Employees Union No. 1116 later deputy director of the

month. Prince Charley?" meeting on April 14. Office of Foreign Economic Co
any HERE AND THERE "I dunno." His topic "War Stabilization
+ > ordinator. He attended the 1945

Lecturer: "Of course you all I "Well, then, can you tell me Board1' included some of the vari- UN session at San Francisco( as a

23 More' Get know what the inside of a cor- what th. Tennis Court Oath ous problems discussed around consultant to the U. S. delegation.

was?" the bargaining table which affect .
puscle is like.
j E-4 ''I dunno. per diem employees. *
E-5 E6Promotions Chief (interrupting): "Mostof
"You don't! I assigned that Leave Finletter to
us do, but you had better ex- Questions concerning Mr. was appointed 1)

plain for the benefit of them as stuff last Friday. What were you Legislation which is now in Con- the President's Air Policy Commission y

has never been inside one." doing last night?" gress for action were answeredby established to draft a

'I i Twenty-three enlisted personnel \ "I was out drinking beer with Rep. L. M. Walker from the national air policy, in 1917. White i

1 attached to NAS received States Attorney: "Are you some friends. National Federation of Federal chairman of the commission hit<

good news when Personnel Of- sure this is the man who stole "You were! What audacity to Employees in Washington, D. C. sent to President Truman a report

I ficer's Memorandum No. 27-52 you car last Thursday?" stand there and tell me a thing entitled, 'Survival in the Air

\ was issued April 18. This was a Much befuddled plaintiff: like that! How do you expect to Wife: "Must I persuade you to Age."

list of additional personnel being "Well, I was, but now after all pass this course?" have some more alphabet soup?" Mr. Finletter married the for

advanced innate with seven go- this cross.examining I'm not sureI "Wai, I don't, mister. Ya see, Hubby: "No, thanks, not an- mer Margaret Damrosch, daughter
E-6 ever owned a car." I Just come in to fix the radiator." other word.
Grade four to
ing to Pay of the famous music conductor

E-5 and twelve to E-4. Walter Damrosch, in 1920.
Teacher: "William, construct a
third and join .
Adding a stripe I
sentence using the word 'ar
ing petty officer first class ranksare
chaic'" Medical, Dental Jobs,
Walter C. Cone PN Julius
: ;
William: "We can't have archaic Open In Dublin Ga.
R. Frailey, YN; George L. Pad- ,
and eat it too""Don't
" \ gett, GM; Robert F. Spires, RD; Vacancies for the positions ot 1

Carl U. Swails, AD; Emery G. you think that new sax Medical Technician, GS-4 and x

Tyler,-AQ, and. Clarence. J.. Spitz, ophonist plays very moving music Dental Technician, GS-6 exist at

AD. ?" the Veterans Administration Hospital

Advanced to second class are: "He sure does. The first day he aTr iYi a ,wf Dublin, Georgia.

Russell Van Howling, LIP; Lu- moved into the neighborhood, a k1 f a a Employees interested in being/

ther H. Byrd, Jr., YNT; John D. three families moved out." considered for the above positions

Spuehler, BM and Elton J. Wolfe, should contact the Person.

Jr., FP. "What shall I do?" whined the nel Officer, Veterans Administration -

Proudly sewing on their first new Navy wife. "Here I' am a Hospital, Dublin, Georgia.

crow are: John 'O. Brooks, AM; week old bride and I,learn my Information concerning the. du.

Ralph E. Colby, Jr., AF; PerryR. husband simply can't bear child- ties and qualification require-

Emmons, CS; Walter E. Feu- ren." ments of the positions can be secured -

rer, BM; Jimmy D. Hunt, HM; "Well, responded the old Navy 'ts' "rf : from that office.

William L Jones, GM; Alvin E. wife, "even an ensign has his c ai r I .

King, AD; Nemesio Lacuesta, SD; limits". -_. _.._.._.-....-- George Mikan of the Min

Royce G. Newkirk, AK; DavidW. SWOOSHING SNORKEL-Up from a depth of 150 feet shoots neapolis Lakers scored sixty-ona: (

Painter, AM; Billy A. Sprad- Make It A Dale! the submarine USS Pickerel during a routine training exercise points in one game against Rochester -
ling CS and Wilbur M. Swan- off Oahu, T. II. The undersea craft was photographed at a 48- recently. The total is just
; degree.angle with the aid of sonar "observation. which kept 3 points shy of a worlds record
hart, HM. bearings on the Pickerel until she broke the surface. The pur 64, made by Milt Schoon, of Den
These rates becalM effective May 16-17 pose of the operation was to evaluate further the capabilities and ver in January, 1951 against Kan.
P April 16. characteristics of a Type II Guppy-snorkel submarine sas City in a pro game.IIIIIII .



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l 1 Page Four JAX AIR NEWS 24 April

Good Food On The Table No Accident 'See-Bee' Outfit -

{ti ,. Perishable Foods Undergo Rigid Federal Inspection I I Organized Seeks Men RanksMen For

The fact that meat
ai'e your specifications, he rejects it. with construction experIence
and other foods Grade A,
The vendor is then entitled toa
can serve their country now
clean and unspoiled is no ac-
cident.It's reinspection. If the vendor'sfindings at home with pay enlisting in
agree with Peters', the the Navy's Sea Bee Reserve Pro.
all a part of the govern-
shipment is returned.
ment's efforts to check and inspect gram.
perishable food delivered Once the food has been approved According to Lt W. H, Mahoney -

aboard the station, and that it is ready to be stored commanding officer of Or-

responsibility falls to Joseph until requested for issue. tt ) ., ganized CB Company 6-14, open
: Peters. Food Inspector General The Cold Storage Plant has ( 1 1a ings now exist for all rates \and
17 lockers, with a total storage,
) for the Bureau of Animal Industry a applications are being taken to
Meat Inspection Divis- space of 136,000 cubic feet. The All these vacancies and bring the _"

.. ion, Washintgon, D. C: lockers are kept at various company up to full strength.
temperatures, depending: on the
Mr. Peters maintains his off Purpose of the "Sea Bee" Re-
type food stored. Each lockeris serve is to form standby
reserve -
ice on the front dock of the x>1z aS
equipped with an emergency composed of personnel
Cold Storage Plant, Building
bell, and a fire ax, for
qualified in the construction
135,*uhere his hours are spent engineering -
tection of the men handling the y
and allied fields which
\.. passing on carloads of fruit, !
,.' vegetables and meat. foods. Ex-Navy, Marine Corps, and
Coast Guard men up to- 65'yearsof
Perishable foods are purchased
THE LOCKERS are kept full
age are eligible for enlist
through NAS Procure most of the time, and to keep
ment and the Navy Market at ment. Other men are eligible up
them in working order smoked ham
proper Food Inspector General Joseph Peters checks a
Columbia, South Carolina, andre defrosting must be done at in- with a meat tirer at-the Cold Storage Plant. This inspection instrument to 40 years of age.' Rates, whichare
transported by refrigeratedtruck tervals. It averages once a is penetrated into the ham alongside the bone joints given on a 'basis of experience
or railroad csr directly to month in and and into the marrow of the bone. The tirer will produce an Im- include: builder, surveyor,
summer once mediate odor and by this odor Peters can determine if the hamis mechanic electrician, driver
Peters at the Cold Storage
three months during the
every sour or satisfactory.
Plant. steelworker, and utilities man.

winter If the season.housewife complains York and import inspection of fry, William E. Taylor, Jr. and CB Company 6-14 meets on

v AS THE CARS are unloadedby about defrosting her box, she meats in New York City and Glenn H. Moore. .'Thursday evenings at the

a working crew of civilian will appreciate the large job it Boston, Mass.Arriving Navy personnel include: Naval Reserve Training Cen-

laborers, they are checked in is to defrost the lockers in the at NAS Jackson- Richard M. Martin, AKAN; I ter, 1453 Morse Street, at 2000.

....",..... Cold Storage Plant. This de- ville in December of 1940, a John R. Martin, AKAN; GlenL. For information concerning en- ,

icing takes about three hours, few months after the stationwas Cooke, AKAN; Charles A. I listment call Yeoman first class "

4 4NF and is accomplished by shoot- officially opened, he has Dennis, SKSN; Walker T Pros- I James Knight at the Training
I ing hot brine through the pipes. since been responsible for the ser, SKSN; and Clarence E. Center during the day. The teleI -

As the ice begins to soften, it inspection of meats and perish- Willingham, SK3. I phone number is 91661.

Ic. is removed with a hand scraper able foods on this station, and -.---.-....
shoveled off the deck into for Green Cove Springs, Cecil

F cars and deposited outside. Field, Mayport, Glynco,. and

About moved.four tons of ice are re- Sanford. 5,1 .

THE COLD Storage Plant

r y WHEN TilE foods are requested has a complement of thirteen

< for issue, they are civilians and eight Navy per-

loaded from the lockers into sonnel. Lawton Greene is the
trucks by Navy personnel and civilian in charge and places

i civilian laborers. To illustratethe orders for perishable food.

r large turnover, last month Jack H.- Fisher, CSC, is in

1,200,000 pounds of food was charge of Storage and Issses, (
issued. That figure sometimes and Charles E. Hill, CSC, is in

reaches / pounds. An charge of receipts. Lt. John
'average of 135,000 pounds of Price is the officerinchargeof :
the Cold Storage Plant.
beef.are issued per month. 45-
000 dozen eggs and 30,000 Civilians employed for the

pounds of butter. plant include: Edward J. Wir- .'. '.' ,

s Peters and Charles E. Hill, Well qualified for this assign- housky, snapper; Glen R. Da-
'4Jt CSC, look over a truckload of ment, Peters has been engagedin vis, a 10-year man and a truck il: '
'. green peppers just received at Civil Service work for 31 driver; and laborers Joseph,

'; the inspects Cold 10 Storage per cent Plant.of all Peters vegetables years. Starting in Richmond, Britt, Lee D. Griffin, Rudolph Jack Fisher, CSC, selects a "hantlng" beef for Issue to one
:. for quality and condi Va. doing packing house work, James, Harry Kight, Samuel of the various Naval installations served by the Cold Storage
tion. All shipments must be his tour has included labora- Enish, William N. Cromity, Plant here. At present 30,000 pounds of beef are stored in the I
,. hanging beef locker. Locker temperature is maintained 14
judged Grade A before they at .degrees -
\ tory work at Pearl River, New Robert Harmon, Herman Win- for this commodity.
I are stored. I __ ____.
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t and employees desiring to obtain cov-
by Navy personnel, car
temperatures are taken by i Blue Cross Blue Shield erage under these plans have the For The Record
Peters. This is to insure that opportunity of subscribing at this

food temperatures have been time and may do so by completing QUESTIONS
i Open For Membership
". maintained during transport.In the necessary applicationforms
some instances, temperatures and submitting it to the 1. Norman Thomas WM a presidential .
are also taken of the I Subscribers to the NAS Blue representative in his departmentor candidate ffv times.
Cross Hospitalization and Blue in benefits represents 88.6% of
foods. Eggs and chilled meats to the Employee Services Office times. What party did he represent -
the to the Blue
preminms paid
;: are in this category. Groups I Building 907. All applications :
received in benefits better than Cross organization this cov received during this period
.. All perishable foods are 88 per cent of the premiums paid erage. will become effective June 15. 2. Two presidents were born in
and .
checked for
quality con-
from January 1947 through Jan the same home town. Who were
dition. Meats are inspected for uary 1952, it was announced by In 1950 when the Blue Cross- Opportunity to enroll in the I they and what WM their home
of fat and weight. NAS groups will not be available
the local Blue Cross-Blue Shield Blue Shield premiums were rais- town?
Vegetables and, fruits must be again until the anniversary date
organization.In ed on the change-over to the
3. If the president and vice
of a specified size, color,weightand Series-7 of the groups next year. However -
a report to the Industrial present type ,
4 I president should both die< who
new employees
in a fresh condition.. Butter i Relations Office in connection many NAS subscribers felt thata may would become
is analyzed for color, firmness with the opening of the NAS study should be made of the I they desire as long as they apply president
within 30 days after date of 4, Who was the youngest president
I taste and odor. Eggs are groups for new members, it was various group hospitalization and i I
checked for condition, weight employment.The and what was his age?
pointed out that during the past medical-surgical plans availablein
and grade. five years NAS Blue Shield sub- this area. Accordingly, a com Blue Cross part of the twin 5. More presidents came from .;:{
Frosted vegetables are soak scribers paid $85,212.89 in prem- mittee from the station's Shop plans pertains to hospitalization one state than any other. Name ...

ed in hot water for a number iums. During this same period, Committee was' selected to meet coverage. This contract costs $1.30 the state.

'\, of minutes to determine if the Blue Shield benefits to memo with representatives of various per month for an individual and (See Answers on Page *8, Col. 5)
r they are the proper color. Fro- bers of NAS totaled 76430.30 plans available. $3.50 per month for a family. A

zen meats are checked closely a return of 89.7% of the premiums After a thorough and comprehensive family contract covers husband, cal cases to subscribers if single
to be sure they show no signs paid.During study of the many plans wife and all unmarried depend- with total income of less than
: of refreezing or of freezer this same period, NAS and considering facts presentedby ents under age 19. The Blue Cross $2,000 per year and to family sub-

burns. Sea food shipments are Blue Cross members paid a totalof the representatives, as well as coverage only may be obtained if scribers if total income is IHs
inspected for condition and appearance $124,179.16 and received in the contracts, it was the decision than $3,000 per year. ':
t''i Color of the fish is benefits $109,975.64. The return of the group 'making the study Both the Blue Cross and Blue

noted, and packages are broken and the Shop Committee, that The Blue Shield part of the twin Shield contracts can be purchased 1
r- quickly to determine proper even though the premiums were plans covers surgical and medical at a cost of $2.40 per month for 4 4a
I odor. Biggest EventOf being increased on the Blue I I services. The plan provides for single contract and $6.20 per
Cross-Blue Shield they still offered
payments of physicians on sur- month for a family contract.
CIIEESE i is purchased According the best protection to the gical cases and for hospital visits Employees desiring additional

t to age, and must be at The Year employees. i on non-surgery: cases. An individual information concerning these!'!
least three months old and have contract may be obtained plans or the necessary applications -

proper texture, color and fla The Blue Cr088. Blue Shield for $1.10 per month as comparedto should contact the representative -

vor.Should May 16-17 groups are opened for(new $em- a cost of $2.70 for a family i in their department or call 'it,

Peters feel a shipment berships on the anniversary date contract. This particular contract the Employee Services office, extension 9-

> of food, does; not| meet I of', the: ;croup f V June| 15.i: ,Therefore; !; provides full coverage on tuigi- I :420, Ir I II

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24 April 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page live

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9,450 Miles And 3 Months For 30-Day Leave


Guerilla Fighter Teacher, Musician, Essayist-All Life Of Sailor ;

"Sinbad the Sailor" for all .;.'.". .' Jft JMAEUJ': t i l '
his fabled adventures and far ; Y1wt' < : ty about.
i. : :; Confined mostly to harassing
flung travels didn't have muchon .: ; J'X"aAsVEL
) attacks during the day, the native
Manuel ,
Miranda, TE2, of .. .
ComFairJax Flag Administrative ... nU'JI"' onnlPl':' ek .t lb s1.t 'f. ...:.. guerilla troops literally led
.ni.4'S u1e. 17's.e.t to i'pti 14, t'le i0Mttta5io ,,1' \. .. .t/ double lives. During the week
Unit,.who practically went th\jh'\ slates ot Ameeiaat"' i the .,.,.ft'IIt.n"'et' the! '.
P i 1.UJ.'P1rl" ea ,.'...,, ; .(. they would be working jn the
around the earth to take an t't. eeoe.'!8J! "' Of L7ta UWfS GUClUt..L,( t <:
#t roi+cta 04 se 4t.T' iY e.1 of, ur .e.esee o1t10 a .' .d fields until the day arrived that w xt. 4
emergency 30-day leave and returned wktet Pth .
A.tlo1u of Ibr
t \" they had a job to do. They
three months after
>> q
I ttA\OtJl4J: swear aE k Uft1c the: Ma... of s, "5 ::az; t. would meet in secret locationsin
'"\ parting. t/OP'tJ.ohh.' 1J: .. "tb or 0tb.t 'oeg aiutto" .1Tmt! ': the jungles and go out from H
. Miranda's home, which he tssrreaa f'ea IIY .l.t;>n1 ff1C1fl".nt. for a"7.U' <
U t I hadn't seen in seven years isPalauigZambales J. utWU&1fI &',,\ ttce's7eatsxGl U. rst lawteds.swa.0 a'xt-eneyjLnee. 0bUff., "t them to their respective activi __'* 'IK

; in the Phil ... :..... : .1 ties.When
it became apparent that
ippines and from Jacksonville'to .. AYh iwa 4h
t ...., / i the American forces were going
the 'islands' it is approximately ,r:. ,,. ;.1Q. "
i "'"' I:', .... .. 1. to return to the Philippines,
9,450 air miles. It took y #H. -- ;; ., .':
Iif :
'I ,
0. ;: a full scale uprising took place
two months of traveling for the :: ., ,;' 'j ; ..
f Mlasast '. ......,.... V' > ., "'..., .,.fIt. and ,the underground forces
": : t-: .'
:"" "" !'.
: : !
j Navy to get him there and. : fh. U
}\< t.ff' :''>'<'. : merged with the American Manuel Miranda, TEl, strikesa
back. t .: < :.' .. > > ..'t'.: >;,> .: :.r pose that 'was once a real ;
From Jacksonville he flew to )"J.':.; ",; /\t..jIf1! ,"' ':" : : : : (' r. > !

Patuxent Washington River, D. ,C.Md.From. then Washington to i::' ;t"J: > .. lyyt ougutnj. :r After the.liberation* Miranda pet player with the unit. |1

his next hop was to San went back to teaching, but When asked when he was go ,
operating with the. guerillas ing to take his next leave, Miranda
Francisco, then to Hawaii. His This was the document that literally meant life or death to
next and last flight the Miranda when he was with the guerilla forces in the Philippines.It gave. him a taste of adventureand answered, "Probably
Philippines. could have cost his life if he was captured by Japanese. he decided to see the rest when I ship over next year.

j. of the world with the U.; S. This time, however I'm going
Miranda's three-month trip living off whatever was avail knowledge gained in the army
with full bag for three
Navy. a sea ,
I across half the world is in keeping able until he recognized his and started participating in the t,I
He enlisted at the Olongapo months is a long! time to go
i with the varied experiences surroundings and made for raids the Filipinos were making
Naval Base at Subic Bay, Luzon with just a few suits of whites.
J he has had. home. Once back in Palauig on the enemy troops. Ac- ..I'
P. I. and was designatedSTM
\ :)f His adventures started short. Zambales, he joined a guerilla cording to Miranda, "We used ay
(Steward's Mate) and
., 1 ly after graduating, at the age company and was made a pla- Springfield rifles with native ',,
shortly after assigned to Rear Services PlanT
( of 16, from high school in toon sergeant because of his stocks for the oiginal wooden
Admiral Alfred E. Montgomery' -
\ March of'1941. He started college previous military training. parts had been burned off. We i'

J and in turn was a student never had any worries about staff. Use Same
He remained with the Admiral ,
I teacher when the Japanese attacked He in turn passed on the ammunition for there was plen-
while he was ComAirPacin s

.j, the 8th Philippines of 1941. Being on in December a Want To Be A Navy Pilot? Hawaii; ComFirstTaskFlt, Pay Cards t

in San Diego; Coml7 in Kod- -...
reserve status in the Philippine

j Army at the time, he was im- Qualified Men Urgently Needed iak Alaska and later ComFair WahhingtoiT (A"'PS-Fot' the

mediately called. Jax.While first time in history all Service a

in Alaska he enteredthe will use identical pay cards. B&1 1

Fighting started in the north For NavCad'Training Program service-wide essay contest ginning July 1, 1952 old pay cards

ern part of his home island and being held at that time on will be junked and the new 'form 0

Miranda and his unit were'cutoff Lt. C. Joseph Robey, Naval l in the Naval or Marine Reserve. "What the U. S. Constitution i mmediately put into use.
Aviation Cadet Procurement Officer Means to Me," and walked off
and surrounded in the
reI ,These are Pre-Flight Training, Based largely on the Navy'sform

treat made before the numeric has announced that thereis Basic Flight Training, and Advanced with second prize. He wears : 500, the new card (DD113)) .:
a great need for Naval Aviatorsin o the now, a beautiful gold $
forces. He was
ally superior Jap :Flight Training. I Is the result of years of researchby
order for the nation to main wrist watch inscribed with the
made to march in double column
a special committed1 representing
I of three'miles tain its sea-air defense. Attachedto date and the award he received. .
After commissioning the Naval i all Services. j
the Naval Air Reserve Training *
long. \ aviator is ready for approximately -
Finance officer of all S Renrirew
Unit, Lt. Robey is currently During his long stint with -
It was the policy of the Japanese two( and one half years duty
that the card
guards, he recalls, to making a tour of colleges in the Admiral Montgomery he servo agree new
with the fleet.Following .
f ed the USS Iowa USS Sierra will improve office efficiency ,
march the prisoners during the South Georgia North Florida on -
their tours of duty and eliminate" / n
i night and halt them during the area explaining the benefits of USS Appalachian, USS
with the Fleet, some former USS card will contain enough In format
Naval Aviation Vicksburg and the Bayfield
day. After the first evening's to eligible men. jA
NAVCADS have the opportunityto .. Ion'to enable officers to tell:
march, when the troops had The Navy has always encouraged -
make a career in the regular at the" entire
Shortly after corning to Jax a glance pay status -
Miranda with the to in collegeas
halted, pretext young men stay
I Navy; but most return to their he studied of any member of the ArniodI'tircew.
of for food It is felt that
1 looking man long as possible.
hometown and civilian jobs .
area ,
: aged to elude the guards and advantages of higher educationwill techniques and had his designation

get into the jungles and sub make them more valuable in and continue flying as membersof changed to Teleman in Financial problems, because of

IJ' sequently to the coast. military life as well as in society Naval or Marine Reserve 1951. He was then assigned to t;he simplicity and completeness of

He followed the shoreline, Squadrons. They are known as the ComFairJax Communica-he new card, will be solved much
"Weekend Warriors".
When the time 'comes to make tions office. more quickly. Disbursing officers

j that decision about one's own Men in the Navy who can passa Besides being an esasyist, a will be able to handle pay of per P

Traffic Violations military future, the Navy offers two year college level exam- teacher and a former guerilla onnel regardless of Service The y

i Listed below are the traffic an opportunity for college trained ination are eligible for the pro fighter, Miranda is also an accomplished c ard does not change existing pay

gram. For more information on musician. He has s in of the Services.
its iystems any
court penalties awarded at this men to join the ranks of
Naval airmen commissioned the NAVCAD Program those interested apeared in many revues and i
station for the period April 10 to
I April 17: officers. This opportunity is the should contact Lt. Robeyat productions in the Jacksonville joint checking account is a

the Naval Air Reserve Train area. Before the Jax Navy band device that allows your wife to
Naval Aviation NAVCAD
( )
Multiple/ Offenses: R. G. Clarke, ing Unit here.. left for Guam, he was a trum- seat, you to the draw.
AEM2-Improper display of state program. ,_.

tag;' faulty equipment -Restriction Several thousand young Americans .... .: i f r fix,

of car from station until fur- are trained annually as

ther notice. Navy pilots at Pensacola. can-

\ didate for Navy flight training
C. L. Persinger, AL1 -Insurance
expired; did not notify Pass must have passed his 18th birthday

& ID Office of sale of car-5 days but not his 27th birthday. He

loss of driving privilege.L. must not have received orders to

M. Smith, AD3-Insurance report for actual Selective Service

expired; lost station tag-5 days induction. He must be unmarried

, loss of driving privilege and remain so until com-

'\ L. W. 'Broxton, TN, Insurance missioned.,
II' i
expired; did not notify Pass & ID
The prospective cadet must
Office of sale bf car; lost station
have 'completed a minimum df
tag-CO for action.Miscellaneous .
two years of college and'be in excellent *
Offenses: J. R. physical condition. In

Cummings, HN Faulty equip-
addition to passing a physicalexam
ment Restriction of car. from
he must pass aptitudetests
station until _
and be selected by a screen-

M. Brigman, SN Improper ing board, which reviews the

parking (fourth offense)-30 days qualifications of all applicants.

loss of driving privilege.B. .
E. Gerstner, AE1-Did not Entrance requirements are stiff, 'r t
but the Navy prides itself in the
register change of vehicles in
selection of level
Pass & ID Office-5 days loss of top collegians
for its Naval Aviation Cadet
driving privilege.
Program.The .
W. C. Jackson, Civ.-Lost station Training

tag-5 days.loss of driving Naval Aviation Cadet, or '

privilege. NAVCAD as he is known in Navy

D. W. :Britton, AG2-Insurance circles masters three distinct ._

expired-Restriction of car from phases of the flight training pro

station until further notice.A. gram before he can wear his WAVES PICNIC-Food and fun were plentiful at the cafe outdoor party for NATTCenler and
Waves I last, Satrlla"Jlel\1 ,in the recreation area between the two barracks, the affair rv
and of Naval the
D. Bush Lost station talW gold wings a
girls an opportunity to acquaint themselveswlthihehneighbors.. Part of the huge throng show*
/5 days loss of driving privilege aviator and commissioned. officer here gathers around one of the mess tables prior to "chow time" *

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Six JAX AIR NEWS 24 April 1952

WAVE l mtmmnrmimnuamlmH m mnus cnHHS nH .1.1l. } 'Open House' At NARTU

z. May 4 For Area YouthsNaval
l. ,
Air Reserve'Training Unit at NAS Jacksonville I will hold Iw

"Open House" Sunday May 4 from '1400 to' 1630 for young men between '
All hands are looking forward a
to another Wave party in the+ :a: r; 17 and 184' years of age and their parents. ___- .'

near future. This anticipation i idue is; Purpose of the "Open House"Is I are invited to attend the "Open : ;:

largely to the successful picnic JMkt to acquaint young men and 'House" and when reaching the : :

held last Saturday. I \ their parents with the facilitiesfor main gate at the Naval Air Sta- '( "

,Windy is still carrying around< training that are available in tion they will be given! directions t I {I" Y,,"
some beans in the trunk of her the Naval Air Reserve Training to the NARTU Hangar 113. : :.

car due to an overturned tray; Program. NARTU is composed oi Groups of youngsters are espec- .

Anyway, she'll never starve to over 200 enlisted personnel and lally invited and if they would v '.;

death. about 35 officers on active dutyto like further information they can OX a / .
Jackie LaBlanc with her train members of the "Week- call'' Lt. (jg) L. C. Page, Jr., 2- ;:

Jele was the center of uke'l end Warrior" squadrons that attend 7711, extension 360. ;\ .'
during a song fest at the ,one weekend each month. ']-
Mary Dimick added to the ajmosphcre The unit is housed in a huge FroniVA175With
with a satirical Hawaiian I hangar that is used for' maintaining 30 .

hula, beachrobe included I EDUCATION IDEA-Educationreceives, plenty of attention in ,their aircraft, a central office
I I Patrol Squadron Three, via a unique program. Ensign Robert building, a ground training build 169 Years i + y
of Waves Sick Estes (left), squadron education officer, explains the competitive ing which' includes such things as :
Sonny Olesky
j where
program to Nelson Burley, ADC, and Lowell Bryan, AA,
Call, is thinking of setting up a' by divisions vie for extra privileges In their quest for advancement Link trainers, and two' barracks
separate unit for the girls on the< I in rate. The idea is unique in that it gives' men a chance which are used to house the per- Get GC Medals \
invincible (1)) softball team. The( to help themselves to liberty by helping themselves to education. sonnel that live on the base and

league hasn't officially opened as the "Weekend Warrior" membersthat All candidates for gold hash

yet and already there are four UNIQUE 'EDUCATION FORMULA1MAKES spend their Saturday nights marks, 30 men of VA-175 with a "
the binnacle list. aboard. total of 169 years of unblemished '
players on FOR INCENTIVE AT VP-3 ."."
Joyce Bittner is protecting i To Be At Hangar 113 service behind them received

dislocated thumb while Joann Patrol Squadron Three now men (including CPOs) in the di "Open House" guests will be Good Conduct Medals at cere- ';

Windisch is suffering with a torn has in operation a unique educational i vision. met at Hangar 113, and then con- monies held outside Hangar 114 't i,:

cartilege. Last Sunday's game program which offers in- ducted on a guided tour of the recently.

proved unlucky for Jackie Barnes centive to the white hats as they LAST MONTII the ordnance buildings. On the tour, the guests Present at the ceremonies to
who caught the ball on the base strive for advancement in rates gang annexed top honors with a will have the opportunity to seethe give away the awards was the /**\ ... t:

of her skull-she is now "sick in at each of the fleet-wide exanv blistering 246 points while operations innerworkings of the, Naval squadron's commanding officer, U"J. .
the head." Mary Bixiones decidedit ination periods. was second with 223 Air Reserve in action and the Comdr. Malcolm E. Wolfe and the ,

was time for a rest when she Last month the educational of. points. Although the administration operations will be explained.Also Exeutive Officer, Lcdr. Ross A. ;;

collided with a runner racing for fice, under the direction of En- crew has the smallest complement they will see units of the Knight. 1
second base. For clear "Weekend Warriors" drilljng and On the receiving end of the ;;
a sunny into
sign Robert Estes, put operation > they finished far down '
day, the stars were shining 3 plan which allows a the list of the seven divisions in learning their trade in Naval awards were Frank Stewart, > .
SNJ Trainers SD3 Ralph Pickett, A01; Frank .
brightly. working day off for the division competition.The life. SNB Beechcraft, ;
TBM Torpedo Bombers, F4U A. Stewart, AOI; Paul E. Martin
with the highest education score exact purpose, as stated by
Fortunately, the injuries were 30 Corsairs, and PV "Neptune" Pat- AMT( ); Felix J. Zardsa, ADI;
for the preceding days.; Cotndr. Louis E. DeCamp, com-
not serious and everyone is look. rol Bombers will all be on the Ambrose N. Taylor, AOC; Law- "
VP-3 is initiate
manding officer of to
ing forward to seeing: the girls line for the visitors to view. rence A. Roberts, AM2; Paul R. ;
TilE FORMULA for computingthis competition between divisions
back on the starting lineup. Training InvaluableThe Udulutch, AD2T( ); Phil Stein-
takes into in order to maintain the
Incidentally, the backing received education score Naval Air Reserve program metz, AD2T( ); Charles F. Elliott, ;
from spectators was great. account every phase of advancement present high standard of educa is designed to provide the AM2T( ); Paul L. Jacobs, A03;
tion in this command.
ly appreciated and hope for its available to the personnel young men of this area a placeto Bill G. Hill, AM3; Nash S. Elliott, "
including ( ) number of men Patrol Squadron Three has long
continuation was expressed by acquaint himself with the reg- AD2; Harry Marcus,. ADI; and
qualified for next higher rate; been one of the top outfits in the
the team. ulations and procedures of the Charles Hutchnson, AT2T( ).
Another game is scheduled for (b) number of examinations com- Atlantic Fleet in conjunction with Navy and give him an opportunity Dick Dunlevy, AT2T( ); David '

tonight at the Enterprise diamond pleted during month; (c) number advancement in rate and outside to learn a trade right here at Foster, AT3; Moses L. Vigil, AD2 "

'. Bleacher seats are plentiful of men (including CPOs) en. educational opportunities and home and be paid while he is (T); Fred Dance, ADC; John} F. a

-by the way, is there a corps. rolled in correspondence or US- Squadron Leaders are eager to learning it. The practical knowl- Richardson, ATI; Howard Miller ,'
in the house? AFI courses; (d) number of men see the program continued. YN1 Robert Osterland AD2T) y,
man edge that he can gain while he is ; ;
qualified for second higher rate, associated with this activity may William P. Talley, ADC; Joseph
Officer: "I want you to explainthis and (e) number of correspondence Prosecutor: "Now tell the court" i I assist him greatly in the selection Quintavalla, ADC; Richard L.
examination Why do or USAFI courses com how you came to take the car.
paper. of a civilian occupation, and Hutcheson, AD2; Darrell F.
you have all your answers in quo pleted. Defendant: "Well, the car was if he decides to make the Navy Frank, AT3; John Powers, AD2; r
In formula this shows Score parked in front of the cemetery, I II
tation marks? a : Harold
I Schoultz AT1T)
his career, it will be invaluable to I ; {,
Striker: "Just a bit of courtesyto -ax1.0)( ) (bx1.0)) (cxl.O) (dx2.0)) I so naturally, I thought the owner him. I Mehrten, AD3, and Lloyd C.

the man seated at my left, sir" (ex1.0) divided by the number of I was dead." I Many AdvantagesOnce Mann, ADC.Marine .

Care To Call Home? the young recruit has II
joined the Naval Air Reserve, he 2nd LieutenantsNeed

I Local HamsWithout Contact Foreign Stationsplied I is squadron placed in a drills weekend The I Only 18 Months

each month, with pay, and he is For Promotion to Lt.

spending a cent, re organized club I include required to serve two weeks of Washington (AFPS)- Marine -day'

would you like to speak to ;your aerological offices with James P. Minear, ATC, vice training duty with their squadroneach Corps second lieutenants now

husband, wife or friend whose weather information during president; Allan O. Plait, ETN1, year. The twelve weekend need only) 18 months time-in-
location might be thousands of tornados when other means of secretary, and Amos Acree, drills and the two weeks train grade for temporary promotion t.,
communication were useless. ing duty will net him the equiv F
miles away? treasurer. first lieutenant. Formerly they ;
Impossible? Then prove it to The club was organized J. by I. alent of two full months of Navy needed 24 months. ",
1 FINAL improvement on the and for the of Armed and allowances each year cthe
yourself as others have done use pay Announced in ALNAV Seven,
by dialing extension 8363 and club is expected in approxi- Forces and civilian personnel.All and the longer he remains in the effective date for the new ;;
mately two weeks, according to personnel desiring to avail Organized Naval Air Reserve,
i schedule arrangements for your program is April 1, 1952. Second
rails with the Navy Air Radio Robert C. Martin, ATC, presi- themselves of this unusual opportunity the more his pay will increase lieutenants who have had 18 _
Club. dent, who in adding to Wienbarg's should dial 8363 any due to advancement in rate and months time-in-grade or over by

The club is located topside of comment, stated, "We are day including Saturday and longevity. this date will be promoted pro-

Building 954 and although cur- awaiting balance of equipmentwith Sunday. I Young men and their parents vided they meet physical, mental: ,
the beam antenna.
rent facilities limit contacts to rotary .... "- moral and professional qualifica-
just a few foreign countries, "When this shipment arriveswe tions. Date of rank will be computed -

plans are now underway for will be able to rotate the from April 1, 1952. .y

expansion to any country beam in a given direction, con Those who complete months '::t/ ;

where Armed Forces might be necting us with practically any ;ime-in-grade after April 1, 1952 WI ;

a located, according to Fred W. amateur station in the four corners will compute their dates of rank

Wienbarg, Trustee. of the globe: where Armed from' the date of completion of .
\I- Forces personnel might be sta 7 '4.. heir 18 months. 'j.'
4 Since re-organizing in early tioned. The new order affects regulars,

February, amateurs have con Upon completion, the club eserves on extended active duty,

tacted such places as the Canal will become associated with the and limited duty officers. ,,;:.
Zone, French Morocco, Bermuda Florida emergency phone network '

Spain, Australia, and innumerable and civilian defense com- Vice Adm. Hill to Retire
others among the munications. A separate power
established for ,, Annapolis) Md. (AFFS)-Vice
f* 300,000 radio stations throughout supply has been r Q :S1Yw
Adm. USN who
Harry Hill ,
the world. the club in the event power
: has been superintendent of the'1,
The club is normally open for should fail during an emergency I '
S. Naval Academy since April
use from 0730-1600 to Navy, c < t; rv.N .
a 1950 will remain in this assignment \
Marine Corps and civilian aY z
per "
"until after June Week .
sonnel, and is available 24 INCLUDED in the expansion
Dan A. Kimball, Secretary of the
hours a day to any licensed am- program is a tech library, a -
ateur operator.In lounge for amateurs to study A MESSAGE HOME-When the tip hit the editorial rooms Navy, has announced. '
for license examination, and a 6t the Jax Air News that personnel could use facilities of the Admiral Hill will retire on May
addition to personal contacts -
NavAIr Radio Club here to talk to family and friends it was an 1 1, having reached the statutory ,:
build ;
the club has made housing workshop in which invitation for one reporter to try. litre Robert N. Schappacher, age limit of 62. He will have lit. 74-
arrangements for personnel their own equipment. ETC puts through a. rail for Marian, Sprtngtr,. J03, of the lax 'I ompleted 45 years of continuous .
prior} to their transfer, and sup- Other members of the newly Air News staff.' I aC'tiveJ'1aval' service July :3.



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24 April 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven

;., VPs, Fasron 51, VA-175. Fasron 109 Report Pilots Of VF-171 : {

t Garner Nine 'EY ': .

Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons I In Rocket Firing "

VP.3 .
-m.-: Almost half the pilots in VF-
:' :, A large detachment of mei,
. -.r ..J.i:' TAD to VP-3 while their squad 171, including two Air Force

, ;iron was out of the states returr aviators who are currently with

\ *'d to VP-861 last week and th6 the squadron as part of the exchange "

J2i,.,;( rival patrolmen will)] be misse program being carriedout
between the services
.,f (: .J by Three's personnel. garnered
: S It ? 39'C nine of the coveted Navy "E's"in
) 1 '
'r, The includes e o r g e /
rocket firing at Spencer tar-
Barnes, ATI; James Barden,
in recent aerial
;; AM3; Rex Bowers, AM3; Donal get range

;';: I,1 Boyd, ATAN; Herbert Bradford, petition. .. '
.> For the fine performance turn
ALC; Robert Crawford, AEi; ;
; ed in, they were cited by Com-
IIid: ;:' Lonny, Dupree, PR1; Selvi I n
mander Fleet Air Jacksonville.The .
:,.,:: Green, AE1; Walter Harris, ADi;
citation reads: Commander
. "J" Gene Hanshaw, AE3; Ward Oliver -
Fleet Jacksonville commendsthe
;.. ATI, and Ray Pratt, ADC.
commanding officer of Fighter .
';, Richard Rutherford AOAA
Squadron 171 on the superior
''t William AMI Clair Wal
Taylor, ; performance of his squadron
ker, ADC; Douglas Wallace, ADi. ; ?
pilots, the-yare hereby eligibleto
Don White AE3; Victor Adam,! g
have the "E" on the sides ef
AMC; Darrel Kirk, AE3; Williar their aircraft.
McDonald, AOAA; W.a lac
Lcdr Helmuth Hoerner, the
Moonejham, AM3; David Nora, squadron skipper extended his

AMI; Robert O'Leary, AM2. ; personal congratulations to the

r. ;, Michael Salmon? AT2, and Ray,; 4 who received the "E's" ,
AD3 the ......_ .,.,..,. ,,,, .. .. ..... _.. _. .I
Stephenson, complete """" '''''''' '''''''' ''''''''''''''''>YV'''''""" ''''''' ''''' 'w.w' .v "'W and the ordnancemen who helped

list. SHARPSHOOTERS of VF-171 who annexed nine coveted Navy "E's" in recent aerial make the winning possible.The .
''i Lt. (jg) Vincent-A. Dauro left competition gather with three of the ordnancemen who helped make the sharpshooting possible. winning awards
,), recently for a three week sub1 Standing are, left to right, Ensign Phil Schultz; Capt. Ed Dame (Air Force); Capt. Dick RutherfordAir pilots are; \
marine school at New London ( Force); Lcdr. Helmuth Hoerner, squadron skipper who was on hand to personally offer con Lcdr. Roy Sudduth, Lt. Bob E. .,:
gratulations; Lcdr. Roy Sudduth; Lt. (Jg) Joe L. Morgan; Lt. Bob Farrell; Lt. (jg) Taylor Brown; Lt. Farrell, Capt. Edward Dame,

) t:.i1 Conn. Calvin Lee and Ensign Wally Camden. Kneeling are ordnancemen Brook Lammot, AOAN; Har- USAF, Capt. Dick Rutherford, o

: Highlighting the news of Pa len Nelson, AOl, and John Bond, AOAN. USAF, Lt. (jg) Joe Morgan, Lt.

.',' trol Squadron Three is the squad gareda, A02; Richard Pascoe, Estes last week when he return. 'trounced their officers in the (jg) F. Taylor Brown, Lt. (jg) y

."..'; ron party held last Friday nigh ATAN; Floyd Serabia, ALl, and ed from a honeymoon followinghis softball and volleyball games at Calvin Lee Ens. Wally Camden, \

in the American Legion Hal Edward Willis, ADI, went TADto marriage to pretty Faye the squadron party held at the and Ens. Phil Schultz.
SoutHs ide. A Buffet Dinner
FAETULant, Norfolk last weekin Clark, a Jacksonville resident. Cecil Field picnic grounds.The .
i.: served; at 2000 and music and flying status involving opera- brew, beans and dogs filled a career John "smokin rockets"

dancing began at 2030. tion on training flights in con Fasron 51 the appreciative crew to the Buchika, ADC (AP) signed on

Corsages were given all the nection with a course of instruction Recent rating lists carried the brim and the participants went the doted line for six more.

4 ladies in attendance and door; in VP crew fundamentals, names of eleven Fasron 51 en- home fat and happy. Congratulations are offered fill \

,. prizes were offered as well as a listed men. Those making the 140 result cf .. j
the course lasting 12 days. One of the old timer's in the over Hangar as a ..1
-* M' floor show and refreshments. grade and their new rates are: squadron, Hal Mehrter, AD3, got the recent fleet wide service ex- '
Holding down the reigns as
All hands agreed that Chief Harry A. Tyndall YN2; Max P. his orders and shoved off for aminations results. The recip- ,t
chief while Clifford Dod-
'|, .' Gordon Cornelius; Will I an leading Ritter, AD2; Richard L. Robbins, NAS Alameda in sunny Cali ients of the cigars and back slap- ;
AMC is leave is Milton
on a
Crapse, and Robert Jory deserve* AD2; Willie V. West, AD2; Wil- fornia. ping are: Lee Force, ADI; Clyde

'( a "Well Done" for making the Berry, ADC. bur D. Norris, AD3; Harold L. VA-175 Goodwin, AMI; Melvin H. Olson -

.:.." party a huge success. Lots of advice and congratulation Sparks, AK3; Albert M. Campbell On the receiving end additionsto AOl; John H. Patterson,

Lee Henkemeyer AL3; Joe Hi.. was handed Ens. Robert AE2; Jeremiah T. Smith, received two welcome &K1; John Dressler, AD2; Reinhold -
the electronics crew. They are
:..i AE2; Jack V. Siebert, AD3; JackL. Wilber Hofmann, ATAN and Bob W. Ott, AT2; Lenwood J.

; Brothers With"Salty' Polk, AD3; and Max King, Capitanio, ATAN who were previously Gray, PR2; Lawrence S. Sullivan -

Service AT2. with FaetuLant. PR2; U. A. Snider, AK2;

Twenty years of continuous sea I Mklin: J. Meloncon, AE2; David

4 .. .. Back TogetherRepresenting >; duty was completed recently bOone Fasron 109 M. Snyder, AB2; Oscar U. Fisher,

\ of the squadron's old.timers, Evidently planning to make it I IDesigned I (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 1)
more than four % pro William M. Gross, AOC. He has .

decades of Navy service are two ; applied for the Fleet Reserve. I Replaces Old Equipment

brothers attached to Fasron 51, ja Joining the happy ranks of the

,(, now serving together for the first ,. .; Fathers of America is Lee G. Technical New Electronics
time in 14 years. y Mahan, AN whose new additionwas I Highly J

". The two men whose Navy service s' born April 7. I Iult
totals 44 years are James F Intra squadron voileballsquads Course Offered By Faetu
,.: and Dwight L. Stepp, chief avi <: are waging a heated bat i .. older r a, I
anion machinist mate.s.Their tle for championship honors. Sup- to replace: This course, which includes

first tour of duty togeth.rr ply Department holds down the high frequency communications eight hours air work, was designed '

came when Dwight, known as top spot at the present time, with equipment in aircraft is the new to maintain the Electronics 1

__ "Spud," joined !"Joe" aboard the -: I4et three wins and no defeats, while I AN ARC.27, (Army-Navy Avia- Counter-measures operating

carrier USS Ranger. "Spud" had Ordnance is the closest conten tion Communications), now being proficiency of pilots, Electronics I

previously been aboard the American 4' taught as a maintenance train- Technicians 1 Electronicsmen, I

destroyer, USS Kane, evacuating TOGETHER AGAINRe: der.Chief Edwin Baxter from ing course by Fleet Airborne qualified strikers, and aircraft ;
united in the service after 14 Electronics Training Unit, De- \
American citizens from Whiting Field has reported crew members at the highest \
years apart, are these two
Spanish ports to neutral ports in brothers attached to Fasron 51. aboard for duty and Jack Polk tachment 2, level possible. .

France during the Spanish Revolution They are, left to right, James AD3 is temporarily missing from In addition to this course, the Instructions are also given in .,

in 1936-37 and Dwight Stepp, ADC's. the muster list as he*spends a 20 established Electronics Counter- Airborne Countermeasures ap- '.

The duo served with Fighter Both men helped to commis- day leave in San Francisco. measures course has been improved plicable to ultra-high frequency ''oJ
51 Dec. 7 1951.
sion Fasron on ,
the equipment
Squadron aboard the Ranger by new transmissions and Radar, plus .f
fit*""'" from January 1938 to October ton in addition to the Ranger.It VA-175 ; which greatly increases the scope sufficient tactical .information

J939. "Joe" had been attached to was while serving aboard the Possibly feeling their "beer and flexibility of training in the and practical knowledge to use

of Bennington with Air Group 82 in muscles" VA-175's enlisted men I JRB aircraft. receivers
VF-4, now the Red Rippers such equipment as, ,
June of 1945 that he witnessedone
VF.ll, since 1936 and was with transmitters, window dispensers,
them in September of 1949 when of the worst typhons ever to 7t and analyzing equipment. .,

they received the first F4F3 hit the South Pacific. The AN/ARC-27 is an ultra high

"5> T' lighter planes that were used so During the storm which lasted frequency transmitter receiver
r 14 hours and 'carried winds up
IrI successfully by the Navy in the maintenance course, designed to "
to 138 miles per hour, the Ben-
;, early part of World War II. Hej' qualify Electronics Techniciansto
deck bow collapsed
nington's flight
has served with that squadron on w' itE check, service, and maintainthe
due to the terrific- strain.
three tours of duty. Y 54L C equipment. -
Preceding their duty with Fas sw iasC
{' "!I' Unlike most of the courses offered
rt. During the 18 months spent in ron 51 the pair was assigned to
it is highly technical and
the Spanish Revolution, 'Spud" VC-5 at NAS Norfolk, Va. for
is limited to personnel having ex-
Y I' was attached to the destroyer, approximately 12 months priorto tensive experience in maintenance -

._ USS Kane, which \\s believed to participating in the commis of electronics equipment.
American Navy ship sioning of their current squadronon
/. be the first Three of and
days theory seven
: ever to be bombed from aircraft the tenth anniversary of the _
work conclude the
t days practical
; } jn actual combat.Unidentified bombing of Pearl Harbor two week syllabus which con- .
dropped Two younger brother, Clyde
I.f. and Claude have also served in venes every other Monday.' The
all near-misses ,
,1' the initial bombs, ECM course is four days long rand
off the coast of Portugal while the Navy Youngest of the f

.., the Kane was evacuating Americans some, Clyde, served with "Joe"for -u n < commences every fifth day.
All electronic have
from Spain to a neutral one year at the Naval Air ELECTRONICS ORIENTATION-Instructing students on re-
in France. Missile Test Center, Point Mugu, .cently expanded Electronics Counter Measure course at Faetulant moved from their former location .
port Calif."Joe". Detachment Two is Douglas W. Steward, AT3, (second from right). in Ground Training Build
The elder brother, "Joe", who chief for Fas Steward demonstrates to trainees Sidney Embrey, AT3 (left); ing 168 to Buildng 913 and can be
has 26 years service, served is leading Kenneth Kitterman, AT3 (second from left), and Roy Herbert, contacted by calling extension
.f" aboard the carriers, Lexington, ron 51, while his brother is servo AT3 (right), the Electronics Counter Measure transmitters included

Saratoga, Wasp and Benning- ingass.linechh'f.: ,in the four-day ground training eourtes. 376. .iII



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I""' Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 24 April. 1952 I

a Assure Delivery of 51
Dividends By August

Washington (AFPS-Carl R.
rt NOTES Gray, Veterans Administration
head, has assured Defense Secretary -
CV FASRON 741 -it Robert A. Lovett that ser
will receive their 1951
... Squadron rolls increased this vicemen
special NSLI dividend some time
month. Among the new names on
f before Aug. 1, 1952.
the list are a metalsmith, Joseph The VA head also requestedthat

\ F. O'Connell, AMS1. Welcome further inquiries regardingthe
aboard also to Louis P. Thursby, special dividend be withheld
until after July 31, 1952. An esti-
AIV; a new recruit in the reserve w1
mated 1,333,000 dividends still re-
K program, and to Franklin D. Sutton i I a

{t AA, a transfer :from the For The RecordFrom

; fighter squadron. ( Page 4)ANSWERS

.' { A new class of recruits has .

'r .. \. been advanced from AA to AN 1. Socialist Party.
1 .;' and should be drilling soon. %. John Adams and Johit

I < '. Those in CV Fasron 741 who advanced 3. The Speaker of the House

;':r i(' are: Danny W. Avant, ,_, ,_._._..mmnnm'm_______"''''' Quincy Adams, father and son;
t, Clarence W. Blackmon, Edwin Renovated painted and with top notch equipment available, the Jax Navy Hobby Shop In were born In Bralntree, Mass.
Building 8M! is now open for use to all personnel. Here is one section, the wood working: room,
( W.
I ," A. C hole r ton, Jr., 4. Theodore Roosevelt" lacked
where anyone can use these expensive cutters and planers. But they must first be checked out bran
t.t Daniels, Wilbur S. Griffis, Wilt attendant who Is qualified to instruct in safety and procedures. one month of being 44 when hHiicceeded

i ;; liam E. Norton, Thomas Maida, the assassinated Prr...|.
\ rt:!"" .r John N. Schwartz, Douglas W.l' YOU CAN BUILD IT OR FIX ITf! dent. McKinley In 1901.

Speed and Franklin D. Sut. I 5. Virginia produced eight

.1 ton. Another advancement came presidents, Ohio seven.
l' Available At
through this month, Cecil N. McCormick Top Equipment Hobby Shop

?' advanced from ATAN Navy tour is finished.For .
to AT3. that moment of relaxation
,1 Competition for highest drill Spare time On your hands? chinery. Here are opportunities 'Classes in ceramics, that growing between jobs, you'll enjoy the

; attendance is still very keen. The Wishing for that basement work for all kinds of wood metal and art of dawdling in clay, will Hobby Shop lounge. There you'll

leaders for the last four months I shop where you could tinker I leather work, as well as facilitiesfor be opened under qualified instruction find magazines full of. hobby

are: first place, section 1-A with away an afternoon or evening? art, car rebuilding, model .. Special Services will ideas, with sketches on how to

97.76 percent; second place, sec- That's the time to check in at'the plane building and photography.The procure necessary equipment for build them.

tion 5 with 97.12 percent; and Hobby Shop, newly reopened Hobby Shop is opened< class members who designatetheir No need to leave the Hobby '

third place, with 95.68 percent, practical arts center located on Tuesdays through Fridays from needs. Shop dirty and greasy. Showersand .. 4

goes to section 1-B. These are not A j a x Street near Saratoga at 1300 to 2130, and Saturdays from An art club is also being form- towels are available for

final standings, and there is stilla Mainside in Building 896. 0800 to 2130. It is closed on Sundays ed for work in water. colors, oils your convenience.

chance for any section to win. Available for all officers and and Mondays. and charcoal with all equipment The many facilities offered by

Perhaps a dark horse may ariseto enlisted personnel is an assortment available the Shop's sales the Hobby Shop have been designed .

be final winner of the trip of equipment ranging from II FOR PERSONNEL interested in room. for the benefit of all Per:

this summer. simple hand tools to heavy ma.l woodworking, the wood room is sonnel. Here is an opportunity to

equipped with mostof, the major: GOT A NEW idea you can't spend your' leisure hours in

sr ys woodworking machines. 'Han< quite get down on paper? Step pleasant surroundings, learning a
I'l s tools for this type of work are< up to the drafting table and visualize new avocation, building that

s supplied by the tool crib. The fol- to your hearts content, or piece. of equipment or "tinker-

f lowing power machinery may bused < maybe just copy some plans to for the sheer enjoyment of

if the hobbyists will get keep in practice for that draft-H'ng.It's your Hobby Shop, make

aY; "checked. out" by the man on ing job you want when your most of itt!

duty: Milling machines, engine

lathes, shapers, doall saws, power

R w r ,w hack saws, surface grinders, cir-
cle saws, dewalt saws, wood

lathes, band saws, planers, jointers -

and jig saws. s

_n_..._ Car enthusiasts who desire to
', repaint, bump or overhaul their

t Something{ really new and novel in Hobby Shop facilities; is autos will find the right equip.
I" Equipped with ment in the Hobby Shop. A new
the car port where you can work on your car. .
benches vises and chain lifts, the port is destined to be popular three-space car port with workbench

with all.Navy and vises is equipped with

Finds SubstituteFor chain falls and lights for night

" WarningThere work. Hand tools, including electric -

., ; Asbestos Insulation drills and a variety of

Are Set Rules wrenches, necessary for motor
Washington (AFPS) The
repair are available.
Navy has announced the develop- For FishingAttention SAN

ment of a new quartz paper AIR compressor and spray
all fishermen and
"which may be substituted in cer- gun may be used by personnelwho

tain cases, for higher-cost asbestos would-be fishermen. Many wish to refinish their cars., .
..... .
under the i insulation material. Navy personnel are Paint must be furnished by the '
erroneous impression that they hobbyist. The amateur mechanicwill Here Is an example of what can be done at the Station Hobby
Developed by the Naval Research do not need fishing licenses.To Shop. Chief Roy Burger fits a piece of decking into place as h.
Laboratory, the paper is clear up this point a few find willing help and advice gets ready to apply the finishing touches to his new boat. Lumber I
made from laboratory-produced listed from co-workers and a motor and plans for small boats can be purchased from the Hobby Shop
I fibers which are identical chemically general regulations are for: manual for reference. and machines are ready for use to all.
1. No license is needed -
with natural quartz. Not salt water fishing. Perhaps your hobby is minia-
only is the new paper magnetite ture racing cars. The Hobby
2. No license is needed for Must Refund Re-Up BonusIf
free, but will withstand temperatures pole and line fishing in clear Shop sales room has motors and

:y up to 3,000 degrees water in Duval County. car kits, as well as plane kits,
Fahrenheit as compared with the 3. Licenses are required for which can be purchased for a Enlistment Not Completed

1,000-degree upper limit of as rod and reel fishing in clear nominal sum. For trying, out the
: bestos. water anywhere in the state finished product, a miniature, Washington (AFPS)-Enlisted personnel of all Services who-foe

ht The quartz paper -is the latest of Florida. racing car course has been com- certain reasons do not complete the full term of their' reenlistment

finding by the Navy in an electrical 4. Licenses are required for pleted. will have to refund a pro rata portion of their reenlistment bonus.

";: insulation program which has pole fishing in clear water out Now fishermen vcan afford According to a new Defense Department
that long desired boat. Chris 2. Separation for, misconduct
? also produced glass fiber paper, side Duval County. '
directive to be'

t .. Implemented disability resulting misconduct
Craft will i ,
Corp1 supply inexpensive
mica paper, and a purified Ca- 5. Daily bag limit is 25 fish
boat kits for men to as- by the Services, the policy sentence by court martial
nadian asbestos. with no more.than eight
bass included. semble at the shop. Additional is retroactive to Oct. 26, 1951. conviction by civil court or

lumber for any project may be Refundswill be based only on the otherwise being{ found unfit.
There is no closed season on I
,. SCOUTING. fishing in this area althougha bought from Supply through number of .whole .years ,that are 3. Early discharge for specific

: few places in other portionsof Special i Services officials for not completed. reasons, such a* to fill own vacancy
(Continued from Page 7)
R" the state do*'have closed work done in the shop. Warnings attend ,Service school or

YN2. seasons. They are clearly ( made that material only for The refund will affect those accept certain assignments.

Robert Schwenn, AD3; Davie stated on fishing licenses. projects being made in the Hobby who either voluntarily or by 4. Separation of women who .
W. Jones, AD3; Carmine Baratta, I Shop' will be supplied. for
State fishing licenses can be their own misconduct do not resign reasons of marriage.
AD3; James W Sampair, AD3; obtained in Room 113, County discharge the full obligation for .
Hubert M. Turner, AD3; Roy F. Court House for $2.00. Hoursare ONE OF the many features of which the bonus was paid. If an enlisted person serve.
Gene A. Brewer the Shop is the leather working
Gilstrap, AM3; 0830-1700 on weekdaysand Some of the condition for whicha only one day out of the year no
AM3; Richard L. Smaltz, AM3; 0830-1200 on Saturdays. class which meets on Wednes- portion of the", bonus must be refund will be due on that year.
Clark R. Moore, AM3; Daniel D. days from 1900 to2100. The class
If there is any question as and refunded areTransfer:- Bonuses amount to $40, $90,
has qualified instructor,
AM3 F. J. Lescarbeau
Kempa ; to whether or not you have a will leather cheaply for ,1. to the Enlisted $160, $250, $360 for two to aia.
AE3 Mike Drape, AT3; RichardP. procure
; legal right to fish without a an participants.Now Reserve Corps, Fleet Reserve or years respectively.All .
Waston, AT3; Richard W. .
license, "don't", until you have Fleet Marine Reserve and
and allowances
In the process of being pay except
William J. Hall
Smith, AL3; ,
license bu .
SK3; James O'Daniel YN3; Doyle checked with the built, the new photo lab will include release from active duty priorto quarters, subsistence and travel .t

: J. Scroggins, YN3; Malcoln Pri- reau. Ignorance will not keep if all the necessary equipment the expiration of number o!{ allowance or savings deposit]
you from being prosecuted for HM amateur'shutter* 'year foP which the bonus WM with Interest can be. used to collect i
meau, AD3; Orbie L. Palmer, Jr., caught breaking the law.
-- AD3. and Bruce F. Behr, AD3. bug. paid. the refund due.


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, 24 April 1952 JAX AIR, E Page Nine
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F'x 'Fun for All'Motto
STATION Wheel Chair '
-: .: ,. :..... of Jax Y

DIALOGUE I Homes ForVeterans : .; / Beach ProgramBig

A :
kick-off for the new Jax
("Station Dialogue" provides ,
. P Beach Hospitality program for
J 4r
an opportunity for military and ht Servicemen is to be a big dance

civilian, personnel of NAS to voice Did you know that seriously May 3, from 2000 to 0000.

h: their opinion on a question put to disabled veterans of World WarII Featuring a Navy orchestra

I' :,' them by a Jax Air News reporter or veterans of Korean Service plus food, drink, floor shows,

). who served after June 27, 1950, and fun, this dance will be heldat
may be entitled to grant from the Civic Center Building

Today's Question |.8: Are you VA for a "Wheel Chair" home, located just off San Pablo Ave,

hewn more consideration and at- especially adapted to their needs? between 2nd and 3rd Streets. '

tention hn wearing your uni These veterans must be entitledto c''

Cform or. when attired in c,i" lIIan compensation for permanentand Navy busses will bring young

41 (clothe?" total service-connected dis- ladies from Jacksonville and

ability for the lossr or loss of Alt communities near the Beachesto

William E. Waugh, SA, VC-5: use, of both legs due to certain form part of the welcominggroup.

H angst u'.16",11.e a.... specified conditions. All Navy personnel .are
"Back home I most cordially invited to attend -

the uniform is The provisions of the law have IiI ...oJ: "'....:". l'r" \; 'tm this dance and all the
weekly dances that are plannedas
so special that been liberalized to include dis- AWARDED MEDALS It was medal day at last week's
it receives a U abled veterans,for loss, or loss of NATTCenter inspection for two Center personnel. Sylvan E. part of the new Jax Beach
Dietz IIN Korean veteran (left) awarded the Presi-
lot of attention, of a was program.
by amputation
use, reason an-
dential Unit Citation for heroism in action against the enemy in Near completion, a large and
but I seldom kylosis, progressive muscular Korea while Cloris D. Fraim, AKC was presented the Commend' beautiful building on the beach
go to Jacksonville dystrophies, or paralysis of both ation Ribbon with Medal Pendant for achievement while with
I In any- Waugh lower extremities, such as to prevent VP-11 in the Far East. Capt. Lester K. hire (right), commanding front at San Pablo Ave will,
officer of NATTCenter, made the presentations. in the future, be used for these
thing but civilian clothes; although him from' moving about
dances "under the stars" and
there are sections of Jax that without the aid of braces, crutches -
during the day. A large com-
regard the uniformed man with canes or a wheel chair.
Two NATTC Men Cited mittee has worked together to
consideration. Eligible veterans will receive a give servicemen
many opportunities
/ Federal grant of not more than along the USO lines t
David E. McGraw, 'AN, VC-5: For Meritorious ServiceTwo y
50 per cent of the cost of the that are afforded at the beach. ;
,." ._ "I n a Navy home or a maximum of $10,000 ":'
t I town, I prefer with which to buy or build a NATTCenter men were Information desks at the bus k
'c ', but new home, or to remodel an existing presented awards for'meritorious the First Marine Division, Reinforced station at First St. and Fourth ;

back home ( home for their require- service by Capt. Lester K. Rice, j rapidly and successfully Ave. will provjde such services '

I among civilians I ments. commanding officer of NATTC, I I effected the amphibious seizure as organizing beach parties, .

the uniform I at the Center's personnel inspection of Inch'on. Fully aware of the fishing groups, trips, golfing, ?

.. is unusual The grant also may be used to held last Saturday. precarious situation of friendly tennis and other hobbies or _.:..
and catches the I pay off the indebtedness on sucha Sylvan E. Dietz, HN, receivedthe ground forces fighting desparate- pastimes.
McGraw against the continued heavy
eve> special home already acquired Presidential Unit Citation for ly Guidance and counseling for .'
*' by an eligible veteran. I extraordinary heroism in action pressure of a numerically super- housing families, or for over

Wanda Murdock, TDAN, .1 Also eligible under this law aganst enemy aggressor forces in ior hostile force, the Division I I i night housing: can be arranged t
into action and
,Ground Train- i moved quickly through this "seven day aweek" y
'..-..' I are veterans of war or peace- Korea, while Cloris D. ,
#1 Ing: "In vaii- time service in the Armed Forces AKC was awarded the Commen- on 15 September, captured the program, designed to '.

oils parts of since April 21, 1898, who have a 'I dation Ribbon with Medal Pen' island of Wolmi-do,Airfield the city and ofInchon give servicemen a better timeat j
and Kimp'o ,
the country It permanent-total, serviceconnected dant for meritorious achieve- the Beach. Personnel are in-
would applydifferent disability due to a spinal cord ment while serving with the Sup- rendered invaluable assistance vited to attend the dance, .,.
I the capture of Seoul. May 3rd, to see what Jax Beach "
disease or injury resulting in par ply Department of Fasron 11 in
ly. Back home alysis of the legs and the lower the Far East. "As a result of its aggressive has in store for them. I

me uniform u. L is part of the body. I' The citation' for Dietz, signedfor attack, the Division drove the I battle from a weakening defen-
something ex- I the President by the Secre- hostile forces in hasty retreat
Murdock sive to a vigorous offensive action -
tra special but your Dan A. Kim- over thirty miles in the ensuing
"Why was letter so tary of the Navy, I reflects the highest credit
hi Navy towns it becomes ordinary damp ?" ball, reads in part: ten days, completely severed vital r_upon the officers and men of the

and toot one gets bored with "Postage due, I guess. communications and supply j First Marine Division, Rein-
wearing it week after week, no "For extraordinary heroism in lines and greatly relieved enemy I
forced, and the United States Naval t'
matter how well 'it looks.. Judge: "Gentlemen of the jury, action against enemy aggressor pressure on other friendly ground Service." "

have you come to a decision?" forces in Korea from 15 September units, thereby permitting these I Dletz was attached to the 1st
Lt. (Jg) Charles K. O'Meara, Foreman: "We have your Honor. to 11 October 1950. In the units to break out from their Pu- Combat Service Groups, Service

VJ-62: "As aI The jury are all of'the same face of a determined enemy and san beachhead, and contributing Command, in Korea as a Fleet
rule, In uniform mind-temporarily insane." I against insurmountable obstacles, materially in turning the tide of j Marine Corpsman for ten months

I would I Do You Chew Off The Corners ? while under the cogizance of the
but It'shard
First Marine Division. He is now

I >:L answer for me one to I Superstitious About Those Two-Dollar Bills? I as working a the NATTC Infirmary t

way or the oth- Have you taken a bite out of a I remove the "curse" for good. cashiers make a pretense of/or *

e r. Amon g ct- two-dollar bill lately Well, if There are even'those who tear up actually kiss the bill. In this case The citation for Chief Fraim,

O'Meara vilians the uni- you're one of the many people in 'I' the bill when they get it the the mouth is the countermagiccharm. signed by Vice Adm. C. T. Joy,

form stands out, but for the wearer the United States who are superstitious I I fourth time. U. S. Navy, Commander Naval

it i.t nice to break the mo- towards this odd bill, you ;. Many versions have been givento I Saliva, which contains an enzyme Forces, .Far East, reads as fol-

notony by being. able to wear civilian may well belive that there are explain why the bill is con- and was used i in primitive lows:
clothes.. ? too to remain.I I believed to be I 'For meritorious achievementwhile
two many corners sidered unlucky, but the origin brewing, was a
A large number of the American seems to have been in the vocab- powerful transformer of evil into' serving with the Supply

Milton J. Moon, AD3, NARTU: public objects to the two- ularly of gamblers in the early good. Department of Fleet Air Service
"In towns other bill and it is believed to Squadron Eleven from 11 August r
dollar history of the United States when Now days it is customary when
than Navy, lfl.., be one of the first few typically two was called the "deuce"-the making change, for a cashier to 1950 to 11 June 1951. Chief Avia-

I would say native American superstitions.The say, as he hands a customer a tion Storekeeper Fraim ably assisted -
the uniform receives NATTCenter Disbursing Commander Fleet Air Japan -
I r two dollar bill, "do you mind?
more at- office, like many other offices / in achieving maximum ef-
I One serious objection to the
tention, but I which handle large amounts of : fectivenes/ of the forces at' his
bill has been pointed out by
think you'llfind money, is generally in favor of disposal I and in successfully
is that
-- authorities and that
that the the bill, with which it is easier I for counterfeiters to makea meeting the operational and logistical t I
average mill- Moon and faster to make change. Some easy needs of fleet combat: -"
.,. tary man wean civilian clothes if superstitious sailors, however, 20" out of a 2". units. During this period he exhibited k
,. he is stationed in a militarytown. I )like gamblers and bettors, are L. : Nevertheless, periodically the noteworthy professional ."
skill Fleet Air Serv-
prejudiced against the two-dollar i Treasury launches campaigns to by assisting
ice Squadron Eleven in servicing
bill. To remove the curse, they
the greater use of this
Ernest E. Kehrt, ADC, NARTU: invariably tear off a corner. encourage and delivering over 900 aircraft
unpopular greenback, however,
__ Engineering from the Fleet Air Japan pool to
the American public turns a deaf
chief: "The As far as the Treasury is con Fleet combat units. His conduct
and tears off the corners.with
difference lies cerned, a little off the corner N/IL.rC ear throughout was in keeping with

with the locality doesn't constitute mutilation, so renewed vigor. the highest traditions of the
I Ittj t but franklyit's there are large numbers of two- I lowest value in cards- a word The Treasury, nevertheless, United States Naval Service."

: been a longtime dollar bills all over the U S. 'degenerated from the Italian for -keeps on printing them for two Chief Fraim is presently assigned 41

I since I've without.corners. "devil" and meaning bad luck. reasons. First, in making' up as an instructor in the
-- --- worn m y un I- Why Tearing off the cornersof But today those who have an large cash payrolls such as used Aviation Storekeepers School.

Kehrt form asnore." a two-dollar bill is a counter- antipathy for two-dollar bills do by the Navy at NATTCenter, the .

magic gesture, according to the not know why they dread gettingone. bill means less counting and less Marian: "How do you like my

A despondent officer left headN' crystal ball at NATTC PIO, which chance of error. Second, twice as new dress?"

quarters and climbed into the 'pointed out the following: The much money value can be printed Bixie: "My dear, it Is-stunning.

official car."Where corner is a triangle, symbol of Among some families, the bill in the time it takes to produce But didn't they have it in your

to sir?" asked the seaman three, a mystic and potent num- implies the impending bad luck one-dollar bills. In 1946, there size?"

driver. ber. The fifth time the bill passesto of twins in the family. Thereforeto were 33,425,340 two-dollar. billsin

"Drive off the cliff," the officer a superstitious person, and all prevent this dread economic circulation Cook: "Steak or hamburger?"

j said "I'm committing *ulcide. corners have been removed, the burden falling on them, they The Treasury doesn't recognizethe Wave: "What's the difference .

.". I I bill -is msuallyi! torn ito pie** to I .lean of A a corner(of the bill' Some curse. Do you? I Cook; "One: day,." t .
i -a
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Call Meeting To Form.>t VA'.fNlufrw4p.ptDft

Ping Pong CircuitAll

interested NAS activitiesare -
urged to attend a meeting
t May 2 in Building 930 at 1000. to
discuss the formation of a ping xo ; a
tn{ iri'a'S1t ctitet 1i.C t it nlt, r si t;,;tx a k t,
with points goingfor
pong league M a rt t l' d fx tzs r +r ct fa t1x t
the Iron Man Trophy.A tdB tF Y" t fhtt! +Ctti cl5 taT tztnir( air?:...
ping pong tournament for :. h 1 s lifrped
individual competitors will be t3 Qt(xat at a caiis apw d teref eci4 ti : a ;
9 te a hiaPt ss iitt; sat(<.ls; ea trng a t4 r f .
held at a later date, but the ). a !per 4 L(13( iK YtL Vit'{ItF trap s. its 5.:
meeting is for team entries only.Tennis s+xtl3r i w L .tl45bis.praataae eft {,
; a .
'j i With John Charvat CHILDREN Ui4Dta t YEARs

'1 Bob Stefanich, with the Fliers nine since early April, Crew Or AGE WILL NOT BE PERMITTED ;ztr e eIN

:. has added punch to the Navy bats as the little receiver hus- SWIMMING POOL AT ANYTi11E lUNLESSACCOMPANtE08YANADUL 1

ties all the time and can get that good base hit in the clutch. Gets Best > V ;.

: Stefanich was with Bristol, a New York Giant farm I
club, of the Appalachian League during the latter part of Of CincinnatiThe
the '51 season and the Giant farm directors expressed a

strong desire to see him get a chance to play here.
Jax Navy varsity tennis !
Newest addition to the Flier roster is poit-sider John squad stretched its victory skeinto $ FEti
Carsello who joined the club last week. The lefthander should 7 victories in 8 outings by vir-
bolster the Navy's mound staff which has been overworked
tue of their hard-fought win over
i all season. the University of Cincinnati net- FNU PETS ALLOWED. Ar.
\" Naval Air Station softballers are off and running as men last Thursday afternoon on .a IN POOL REA D ::5:'
the Boone Park Courts.
the 1952: season opened Tuesday for what promises to be Leon Wilson dropped his first _

an action packed: season. match of the season to Bud Igel,

Last yeai's champs, the ANP( ) Ships Company squad, collegian, in the No. 1 singles,
who defeated the Naval Hospital for the crown, must be 6-4, 64.
I II SWIMMING! SAFETY-Fun is fun, but there is no sense in
favored to win the NATTCenter title while the Ilospitalmen
The only undefeated netman orf '
getting; hurt. Bill McNamara, one of the several life guards postedat
consistently fielding a strong entry merit watching in NAS 1 the Fliers squad is bantam Ben the six outdoor pools, points out regulations governing use

play. I Sobieraj who walloped Cincin- of pools. Adherence to these simple rules will prevent any acci
', *
nati man Carl Gross in straightsets '\
... For an interesting and touching. story of the fight game 6264, to capture No. 2 dents.OBEY ''"'
take notice of this week's Sporting News and Jimmy Can- honors. REGULATIONS, GUARDS I

non's column. Navy man Jack Webb tackedup AT POOLS FOR SAFETY'S SAKESafety
The article deals with the saddening plight of the great another win besting Bob Qua-

Beau Jack, former lightweight champion of the world, who ley, in singles play, 6-3, 6.1, while rules for the outdoor pool; keep pets away from
-..-' is now a shoe shine boy at the Augusta Golf Club, a job he Dave Lewis was cleaning up on swimming pools at NAS Jack- swimfing area, and all people
left 12 years ago. The story is a "must" for fight fans. Jerry Gilbert, of Cincy, 6-4, 64. sonville are fully covered in must 'take a shower before going
,, .* .* The secoVid' defeat of the day the Book of Station Regula- in.
Rooting For Cunningham for the Fliers came with Jordan tions. They have been designedto e .

i Scrappy Jacky Cunningham, diminutive 132-pound con- i Thompson bowing to Bob Mault, preserve some semblance of Servicemen Get Student
tender who recently won the lightweight title in the South 6-3, 6-0. Len Curtis had no trouble order and to insure maximum .
Central Boxing Eliminations at Green Cove, deserves watch- I dropping Ohioan Don Pilat, safety for all swimmers.It Rates To Sea Bird Games

ing in the All-Navy finals at San Diego this week. I. 6-1, 6-2 in the finals singles of is everybody's job to know Good news to personnel aboard
The clever Leatherneck has copped Golden Gloves titles the day. and obey these regulations under the station comes from Jacksonville .

_' since he first entered in Springfield, Ill., in 1930: and a win at The doubles combine of Wilson penalty of being deprivedof Beach this week where
San Diego would give him a shot at an Olympic berth, the and Sobieraj came from behind to all pool privileges.Far backers of the new professional
eliminations slated for Kansas City in mid-June. I beat Igel and Qualey, 3,6, 6-4, 6-3 and away the most important baseball team, the Sea Birds, an-
while the. Navy crew of Lewis ruling in the books is nouce that servicemen and

This corner spent some time last week talking with Don and Webb swept to another close that of children under 12 yearsof women in uniform will be admitted

Galvin of the University of Cincinnati sports publicity de- victory, 8-6, 6-8, 6-4. Bob Chart- age not being allowed to to ball games at the student
partment when the Ohioans sent their golf and tennis teamsto rand and Jordan Thompson team swim unless they are accom- rate of 35 cents.

NAS for engagements with the Fliers Thursday. ed up to close out the match for panied by an adult. Life guardsare The Sea Birds play in the

Galvin was quite pleased with the rapid advance of the Navy with 6-3, 4-6, 8'6, over Gilbert ready for almost any emergency Beach Stadium, just off the new-
in the national spotlight and but if forced to devote
'f-- University's sports program and Pilat. Beach Boulevard in Jacksonville
pointed to the Cincinnati football team which, under the The next match will be April most of their attention to chil- Beach, with game time at 2009
L direction of the Sid Gillman, swept to a 9-1 record last sea- 30 when the Fliers seek revenge dren, they would have to neg- during the week and 1500 on
lect attention of the less ex-
:r..1' son against some tough college competition. against U. of Florida on the Ga perienced swimmers. Sunday. Jacksonville, pap e r a
Cincinnati Publicist Visits tors' home ground. The Gators carry daily schedules showing
of the
.. Rules governing use
This season the Bearcat eleven will face such formidablefoes have administered the only defeat when the Birds are at home.
pools just common sense
as Kentucky, Tulsa, Washington and Lee, and other to the Fliers. are and Free parking space k available
and minor courtesies nor-
midWestern'grid machines.At . .
mally would be followed by
the completion of its spring football drills next week Only once has the heavyweight
the University will hold its annual high school coaches clinic AN Students everyone. championship been awarded on a
Basically they are: run- foul. Max Schmeling won it sitting
_. with reservations already on hand for 1,000. ning on the pool decks; one down. Schmeling and JackS'
Bud Wilkinson, coach of the Oklahoma Sooners, who Lead Center person at a time on the diving arkey met for the champion.
made three consecutive New Year's Day appearances in the I I1" boards; dive straight ahead; ship at Yankee Stadium in 1930.
Bowl will be the featured guest and is expected to With five seconds left in the
\ Sugar ,
I stay clear of diving area when
fourth round, a punch floored
I, give inside dope on his split-T formation during the three Loop PlayANP swimming; keep dressing rooms Schmeling. Writhing, the German
I: day meeting. neat; report accidents to life indicated he had been fouled. In
) Students and AE with skin those days a foul disqualified the

.k,'1: A familiar face around the golf shack is missing now, School maintained unblemished diseases guard; personnel must stay out of the to offender Max Schmeling and the fight on a was foul.given.
:.r but not entirely from the Naval Air Station. Al Shockley, records in NATTC softball com ---
known simply as Al to the hundreds of golf followers at the petition as the league moved into
local links, is shifting his duties to O&R. but to exactly what its' third week of play. Twelve Ohians Edge Jax GolfersThe I

he isn't sure. teams are vying for loop honors. of Cincinnati
Retiring as a chief in 1917 after 2;) years of duty with The leaders have played one University Rollins, 15-3, and the Air Force,
the Navy, Al was caught in the first attack of WWII at game more than 7 of the other handed its Jax third Navy defeat varsity in 14 out-golfsquad 16-2. Total points for the match
Pearl Harbor and saw plenty of action in the Pacific Theatre teams in going ahead in the win showed the Navy way out front
' ings last Thursday on the
!''F' until returning to the states in 1911. column. First half play is due to with 31 points followed by Orlando
course, 14-13. with 124 and Rollins with
J M wind up May 13.
and relay teams garnered I The only two Fliers to be de-
lay 880-yard 10'i. .
AFB ANP( ) Students...___ 4 0
Eglin honors for the station, the AE School 3 0 feated in: the match were Bill Medalist was Bill Foulk with WI

quartet of Joseph Stewart, Don SS-1st Lt. _____ 31 Foulk and Lou Chaff, the marginof 75, and Dave Moody close behind ,

Hosts Local Funk, Bill Schroeder and Law-' AK School __..___.__ 2 1 victory being spelled by Frog with a 78. Ed Kaptein hit
:; White nosed out by secon< ; forfeiting his four individual
rence ANP) Ships Co. ___"_ 1 1 Haney for a 78 for Rollins and Colonel
in their bid for third place in the and team points after being Schriever of Orlando hit for a
Track TeamReturning Supply _._....__ 2 2 .
880. 1 up at the end of 9 holes. 79.
A/C Maintenance 2 2
from the Kansas Re- Track coach Paul McCoy stated Medical __.____ 1 2 The Ohioans had not won a Drub Green Con
lays last Saturday where they that a number of talented college AO Ships Co. __..____ 1 2 match in previous Florida The Fliers really let loose witha

copped a trio of fourth place fin- sprinters and distance men have Personnel _._.._. . .. 1 2 matches, having lost to the Uni show of power Sunday against
l 1 i hes against top collegiate and joined the squad i in, recent weeks AO Students __._ 1 3 versity of Miami and IJollins Col Green Cove Springs Navy.. The
service competition the Jax Navy and the team is vastly improvedover Marines 0 3 lege.Although locals won 63 of the possible 72
cindermen readied themselves the contingent that opened losing his match to points. Sixteen men from each
for Saturday's dual engagementwith with a pair of wins in dual meets medalist Paul Krummel of Cincinnati team toured the links.
Eglin on the Ft. Walton oval. with Jacksonville Junior College. I Make No who posted a par 72, Bill' Doc Clayton and Bill Foulk
foulk shot 73 to equal teammate split medalist honors with 75a;
The showing made by the local All interested men are urged to a ,
runners was highly commen- contact Lt. McCoy at Building Other Plans Dave Moody's score. Bob Wallace posted a 76, Bill
dable in lieu of the fact that the I 513 (NATTC) if they desire to Take 3-Way Meet Chase a 79 and newcomer Tea:
meet is considered one of the top workout with the locals and no For Saturday Orlando AFB, and laribino a 78 for the local squad.
in amateur circles and service man will be slighted In the Rollins College met with the locals The next meet for the high-
contingents seldom hold their search for a strong squad to com in a three-way match with riding Fliers will be against NAS
1 own when visiting these events. pete in the All-Navy evenU at May 16-17 the Fliers collecting almost ev Patuxent River Saturday on the

Navy' mile relay, distance re- San Diego, June 5-7. ery possible point. They beat local course. N


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il 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page EleveMcCaffrey ,


.. Tosses Fliers In r
a j
1-Hitfer Against hl

City League FoeJohn Warner Robins Series ..

McCaffrey paced the Filers .
''I'''", soldiery to a win in their ini- Navy's up and down Fliers ,
1//:"1V-*:, Jacksonville City League outing served notice to approaching foes first game and relieving Gene ,

as he ht and threw the locals that they were not to be regarded Clifford in the second. J.

io a 9-0 shut-out over Post No. 9, lightly as their big guns Lasilla set the visitors down

in a tilt last Sunday afternoon. .., sounded for a pair of wins over with three hits in the opener as
The adroit righthander fashioned the visiting Warner Robins nine the locals pounded Hal Nostrom

a one-hitter in posting the win last week-end Mason Field. and Joe Taylor for 13 safeties,

and collected a triple and singleas Earlier in the week the locals Bob Stefanich collecting a single,

the locals banged out eight offered no resistance as they bow- double and triple in six trips. I

hits, Bill Schuckers adding a pairof ed to Rollins College, 10-0, at the Puenas Gets Three

one-basers. ,. ., Winter Park orchard, but with Roy Duenas made his initial
...a" A scratch single in the third a+a ; ''I confidence restored the Fliers ate appearance in a Flier's uniform

ruined McCaffrey's bid for a no- eager for their two game series Friday and promptly responded .l.

hitter as he walked four and with the highly touted Camp Le- with a trio of singles. His
struck out nine. The Fliers de- HEADING FOR PAY DIRT The ball squarely in the catch. Jeune Marines which opens here presence
fense double er's mitt. The runner a good ten feet from the plate. But believe it at shortstop was also strong.
registered two plays. this afternoon.
or not Bob Stefanich of the Fliers made it. To make it all the I ly felt. .
The Legionnaires threatened only more honorable, Stefanich stole home on this very play against Warner Robins failed to match The visitors' lone marker came
once when they loaded the bases Warner Robins AFB.Iast Friday. Teammate Bill Schuckers goes the torrid Fliers' bats as they fell in the fifth after
in the sixth, but alert fielding by wide for the pitch to allow for the play at the plate. The Robins victim 12-1 and 11-5 Gordon the Fliers.hadposted
the Navy's inner wall quelled the catcher is Jim Brown. ,The Filers took two from Robins, 12-1 and a three run lead, Mel
outburst.. 115. Lassila going the distance in the Boeckel doubling to open the inning -

and scoring later on Bill
Tom Neely opened the local
single to left.
first with a single and was moved SkeetmenCopTeam
BIB news
A pair of runs i.n the fifth bolstered
around on Jim Coughlin's walk
and a-single: by Schuckers. An Trophy the Navy margin and in
the seventh they unloaded for six
eight-run' sixth inning insuredthe
Fliers win.McCaffrey .. runs on four hits, two boots anda
Gainesville pair of 'walks Neely walkedto
tripled to score two
open the frame and went to
fore and Neely was safe
on an-
Blasting 494 x 500 targets thestation's second onli pass ball, Coughlinout
other Legion miscue, Zeigler'sthreebaser
No. 1 skeet team captured on a long fly ball. Stefanichand
accounting for another the 5-man team championshiplast Duenas followed with singlesand
pair. A balk sent in the
Sunday at Gainesville, as Schuckers walked to fill the
final Navy tally before Stefanich
popped to end the inning. well as annexing four individual Softballers Annex First sacks before Frank Hethcox sin.
titles. gled to drive in a pair.

Motors Wednesday, last "year's the Fliers City met League R. C. I I Gordon Teets powdered 100 x Two City League TiltsPosting Stefanich Steals Home T I

I 100 targets to tie Francis Ellis, Dick Brock fanned after Len-
champions, but a score was not
available at time. National Skeet Champion, but two wins in as many nie Faustyn had plated Hethcoxand
Summaries press: was beaten in a 75 bird shoot- starts the Varsity Softball team '! plated both, Horton scoring on Lasilla sent Faustyn aroundon .

JAX NAVY on off by a single bird. Teets gar- eyed its game Friday night with Rolleyn Trotter's one baser. another Air Force error. The !'<

TIay er AH R M PO A nered the high-gun runner-up Happy's Sport Center at Lack- Horton had a brace of doublesin inning ended as Neely singledand
Neely. 2b ...._........._,..5 2 1 4 3
3b 0 0 0 crown. awanna Park in Men's City Lea- four trips while Tredinnick Lasilla was caught trying t.
gln3 '..:-......:.:::::J gStefanich. 1 1 1 singled twice to the Navy score.
d .5 0 0 0 0 Ken Pendergras won the Class gue play. I pace
DUf'n811. as __....___,5 0 0 2 3chhuckerl. AA 99 Al Gonyea tossed a onehitterfor hitters. Stefanich tripled and stole
championship breaking x
rt ..._.1 1 2 0 0
Hethcox If __.._"_...4 1 1 2 0 100 targets, but had to break 50 the locals in their opener Perry's one hit job was less im- home in the eighth to end theFliers'
Faustyn. C _... .............3 1 0 H 1
Brock, 1b ......................4 1 1 9 0YlcCaftrey straight in a four way shoot-off with McDuff Hardware as the pressive as he combined with Jim scoring.
P .._-.......4 2- 2 0 -= with Bill Arthur, A. E. Melson Fliers copped an 11-1 decision. Shadburn, Hat Wing's pitcher, in After rushing to a 6-0 margin in

Totals _...... .............37 9 8 27 10 I and C. Newsome, the latter pair Monday night Woodrow Perrywas issuing 18 free passes, the lone the first inning of the second

Player J'ObT NO.AR t 101 B. Jf PO A I from Gainesville. to win the equally as stingy with base hit by the losers an out of the I game the locals watched their
Cooper rf __.._.....3 0 1 1 0 event. hits as his team mates notcheda park home run by Alva Caldwellin lead narrowed to 6-5 before taking
Simons. c ._._..._..1 0 0 6 1Hagan
3b ..._......._....4 0 0 1 7-5 win over Hat Wing-1. the third. i charge with a pair of runs
I Hendricks II __....4 0 0 5 The Class A championship was
Willis, I It ____.__...3 0 0 1 0. won by Navy's Ernest Severns as McDuff Joe Carmichal beat Catcher George Breen paced in the seventh and three in the
Stone. lb ..__.._..._ ...3 0 0 5 i eighth.
infield hit in fifth
? out the to
Smith d ..._.....__..3 0 0 3 he broke 98 x 100 while Adrian an the locals at the plate with two
!!kfn"ir 2b -.3 g g g 1 spoil Gonyea's bid for a nohitter of their four hits. I Five consecutive safeties in the
p-::::::=_3 1Totals. Todd teamed with Ellis to win first
netted six
as the losers capitalized on runs and the visitors' -
the two-man team race. Jax Navy 031 043 11 10 1 j
__27 0 1273.lax
and free for their I Al Smith issued three walks
an error pass
_._.100 008 000 9Poit
Navy -
No. 9 _.........000 000 000-0 Final tabulation of the Navy lone run in the sixth. McDuff Hd. 000 001 113 I to aid the Flier cause. Singles by
representatives shows Teets, 100x The Fliers opened the scoringin Gonyea and McElyea; Sewell, Stefanicn and Schuckers were

100; Pendergras, 99 x 100; Art- the second when two hits, an Petty and Cooper. wasted in the second.

Waves Club hur, 99 x 100; Severns, 98 x 100, error and a hit batsman netted HAW-1 201 020 512 I Clifford tired in the sixth after

and Todd, 98 x 100. three runs, a single: marker scor- Jax Navy 520 OOx 742 I allowing five runs and Lasilla
This week the local's No. 1 ing the next frame without a came to the hill in the seventh
Preps ForOpening team will journey to New Or- safety.In Shadburn and.Baggett; Perry to retire the visitors without any

leans for the Spring Fiesta championships the fifth Art Tredinnick and Breen. further damage, his second ap-

TiltWith singled and scored on Louie i 1 pearance in as many days.

lozzino's homer, an additional The Quantico marines be- Rollins Wins 10-0

the opener in the City pair crossing on two walks anda came the Leatherneck basket- Faustyn's double in the sev-
Girls' Softball League less tharr More SportsOn single. A trio of runners scoredin ball champions, trouncing San enth scored Hethcox who had
the sixth lozzino walked Diego, 71-55. It was the win-
a week away Coach Tex Goodsonis as walked and an error by the pitcher -
still looking for a combina- Page 12 I Cliff Pickett drew life on an error ners' 42nd straight win on their I permitted the Flier receiverto

tion that will produce power for and Gene Horton's double home floor in two years. score on the throw-in.

the Waves' softball squad.A I Lasilla singled to open the

pair of practice cessions eighth, but was forced at third
'with the girls of Massey Motors after Neely had singled and.Dick

left much to be desired in the t-', Allen popped. Duenas drove in..{.

way of a starting nine as the local both runners with a one-baser to

lassies were on the short end left and later scored on Schuckers -
(>f both counts. third hit of tale afternoon.

However, the picture is not too : Wednesday's game with Rol-
dark and Goodson and assistant ; lins was strictly no contest. Ken

coach Bob Greene believe that by ,4 : Peterson was pounded for nine

the time the season is underway -' hits while his mates errored three
the Waves will be in top form times in the 10-0 whitewash.

And able to repeat at least their Flier bats were silenced eight

second place finish in league timos on strikeouts while receiv-

standings of last year. ing one walk. .
Kay Shorb and Ruth Richardson X .

share mound duties for the g ; a; The man was a new golfer and
girls in blue while Eva Buenger not a very good one. He sliced
his first shot from the tee. His
find Dorthia Randolph hold down \r Q- second shot found him still far-
the receiving chores. ther from the green, and after
Buenger's big bat, along with his third shot he was lost, far
third baseman Jackie Barnes, from the fairway. When he and
his caddy finally found the ball
boomed in both practice games %iI1READY he said "What direction is the
and ball hitter on "
another long __.._______._.__.______nonnn___ ___no ______ _nunnn green from here?
the squad would enhance the lo- "Due west, sir," replied the cad-

cals' hopes. FOR ACTION-With (their opener In the City Girl's Softball League Just around the dy."What
Another practice tilt is slated corner, lax Navy Waves strive to find a formidable combination with daily practice sessions. Team do you think we ought
under the of the Varsity members are, front row, left to right, Tex Goodson (coach); Kay Shorb, Margaret\ Stevens, Trudy to do now?" asked the man rue-
Parascandola, Kay Traurig, Marcelle McQuaig and Boy Greene, assistant coach. Second row, Barbara fully.
softball field this evening at 1930 Quimby, Penny Kollwitz, Millie Moyer, Joanna Windisch, Jackie Barnes and Mary Bixiones. "Well," replied the caddy "if
e and all hands are invited to Standing, Joan Jensen (storekeeper), Emily Casey, Eva Buenjer, Dortbia Randolph, Arlene Peter- we jump the hedge here I think i
watch the scrimmage. son, Ruth Richardson and Lavaun Eckels; (manager), we can catch a bus.''

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1 em.l11lm II 'Powerless Golf' Offers Unknown Knacks Of Cutting Total Score -,

(Items offering for sale articlesof By I. Slice I, i from 100 yards: out have often ents to add many strokes to his

property such as washing ma I Beginning today and ending I been made with more accuracyby game, by talking while opponentis

chines, automobiles, furniture, radios April 24, the JAX AIR NEWS 1 use of the loe. Kicking the putting or driving. This is obnoxious

clothing and the like are j will run a special series of articles 1 ball out of the rough is frown -. ht 4o pour f but If you're playing for

prohibited by Defense Department I on how golfers in the 100-125 ed upon, especially]) if anyone is t1 f Knfs ruxa/ >a "skins"-anything goes. Talking

regulations. This column bracket can bring their score looking. naurN rien rr/e 1rIA or while an opponent is shooting i.a it

will, however, list such services I' down to 10 or 15 strokes. (If you S / urt an41M6Hr must.

as available housing, rides want. don't care to bring your score Then there's the score card ,,, It should be noted that "gim-

ed, lost and found articles, and I down, we even offer ways to There are several ways to count i mees" are limited to eight feet,

other similar notices). keep your scote at 100.125)). score. A few golfers count each three inches. However, a PGA

FOR RENT a n stroke as "one." These are knownas meeting is slated in an effort to
Golf, as in any other sport, 'requires I nine
"Pros. In other circles"other extend this to feet, seven
Furn. 4-rm. apt. $55 per mo. R. form. But the only form
wise intelligent players cannot inches (winter rules).
H. Murphy ADC. Ph. ext. 775.
nee-ded to attain standing in the
count above six A player can ,. *_ .1 .
'urn. 4rm. apt. 1110 Riveria St. 100.125 bracket, which w 111
knock 15 strokes from his scoreif The body should be relaxed.In .
San Marco. Mrs. Hunter, Ph. henceforth be noted as "dubbers",
94519. he wins the toss on the first to be overlooked on the green is gripping the club make sure .
ii i a tight, rigid frame. This can.
Turn. 3-rm. apt. 330 East SecondSt. be accomplished with good action I green to carry the card for the the foot, for should* your putt you hold tight, for opponents are ..L

Mrs. Lora Jones. Ph. 5. the preceding night at one of the rest of the round. stop short of the cup, it is possible known to lose their tempers when

9759. local bars. Only three clubs are of prime to jump up and down with struck by flying clubs Your

Furn. 4-rm. apt. $65 per mo. 110 many n importance. The other 11 just great force and cause the ball to feet should be well apart, enoughso

confuse Don't attention drop. If your opponent is looking as to be comfortable, yet close
West 28th St. Mrs. R. N. Mon. .One of the lesser known traits you. pay any -
tague. Ph. 62290. of "dubbers" is the ability to take to them. the dri off somewhere else, just tap enough together to assure a fast

Furn. 3bdrm. house. 4564 Ortega two shots while your opponent is ver. You have to struggle with the ball.with your foot. Or pre start in finding the ball. The ideais

Blvd. Mrs. Gordon Young looking the other way. Few men this one mainly because' you hit tend to wipe the ball off and to get to your ball before your

Ph. 82341. it off the tee and everybody is hunch a few feet. Heck, no one opponent does you can then
I have mastered this particularpart
notices! kick it without
Furn. 3-rm. apt. 3632 Lenox of the game, but should you watching. ] penalty.

Ave. Mrs. Green. Ph. 9-6685. I miss your first shot, due to a bad Then there is the seven club, Preferred lies, called winter Thus a doddering round of 125

Furn. 3-rm. apt. Mrs. Burch. Ph. lie or inability to tee the ball in which is used for, as Hogan putsit rules by amateurs, is simply resting during which the golfer visits

9-4706 the fairway without being seen, the middle game. This club your ball on a mound of dirt, wilderness never before seen by
in You I or for the quick actor setting a j! man, becomes a blistering 88 in
a Furn. 3-rm apt. 528 Clinton Dr. a second shot always helps reach comes handy. can dig withit

Mrs. Eeaugh. Ph. 11284702. I the green in shorler time. Then in the woods. Too, you can wooden lee up on the fairway. ,I i the retelling or rescoring. Drives

Furn. 2-rm. apt. 1218 Challen you can always say "I gotta six!" always claim too much turf when A player, can ,cause his_oppon-. that bounded off four trees be
------ ----
Ave.-Mrs. Hanks. Ph. 20291. Strongest single factor in get- you fluff one in the fairway. I fore coming to a rest in a distant

Furn. 2 bdrm. house. 5427 Lpis ting the 'second shot away is to Supply Fasron 6 barnyard, become fairway-
g Ave. Normandy Blvd. Mrs. splitting screamers.A .
possess a strong arm .for never- Then there's the putter. But not.

Rogers. let it be said that a man can't Fasron 109 Hold few words could be offered .\

Funr. Single rm. 3816 Walsh & throw a ball farther than he can on proper swing, stance and form,

Pinegiove Sts. Mrs. R. A. I hit it. Should your arm be weak, 'Reckon I Better Golf LeadsThe but if you master the precedingtips

Brown Ph. 20129. I try kicking it. Approach< shots Kill It Then' Early this portion of the game is

Furn. Single:: rm. 3642 Ernest St. ----------- battle for leadership in the not important. Anyone for golf?

Mrs. Neal. Ph. 2-8126 before Tars Home With Driving to his hangar Tues American and National League of I I

0300 & after 1800. day morning Chief Fred Rose- the Intramural Golf tourney
Petition CharterContinued
Furn. Single rm. 2667 Post St. I mund of Fleet Air Wing 11 tightened last week with Supply

Mrs. H. Taylor, Ph. 74129. I Macon Friday spied a couple of "white hats" holding the- first spot in the junior ( from Page 1))

Furn. 2 single rms. 2601 Park St. Ben Geraghty's JacksonvilleTars ambling along in the same direction loop and Fasron 109 and Fas Other Federal Credit Unions

Mrs. S. R. Houston. Ph. 8-270. with i a wriggling that have been
i return to their home orchards ron Six sharing honors in the long ,established
Furn. single bdrm. in private I three snake in tow.Slowing senior division. in Florida are the Pensacola Naval
to a
Friday night open
home. 2772 Post St. Ethel Joel. game stand with the Macon down to get a bet- The racl is narrowing to five Air Station and the naval facility *
Ph. 27875. ter look he noticed with hor-
at Key West. Both have
Peaches. teams in each loop as three weak
Furn. 2937 ror that the reptile was as
single rm. AlgonquinSt.
highly successful. The
The Tars engage the Peachesin sisters in' both leagues afford the proven
Mrs. W. C. Pairish. healthy a black moccasin as a NAS Credit Union would
single games Friday .and Saturday three-footer could be. leaders a chance to pick up points operatein
i' FOR SALE; toward an eventual shot at the a similar manner. Membership
and in
at 2000, a single
The thief yelled]) to the care
Unfurn. 6-rm house. 2821 Grand Sunday contest' which begins at NAS crown. would be automatic with the purchase
free pair, "Hey that thing is
Ave. Ortega.:: Mrs. Jessie Scott. 1430. The standings: of one share at $5.00, plusan

1 Ph. 89152. On the road after the Macon deadly poisonous. One of the AMF.RICAN: ItAMK: : initial charge of 25c which
sailors was holding the snake Tom J'oInU
will be used for
Unfurn. 6-rm. house. $3.000 down. reserve.
series the Tars return in seven just behind the head. ''fp.K. is1*
4363 Garibaldi Ave. Venitia. J. (Training) 17 Each member would have only
days for a week's stay against
"Wal, I reckon I better killit MU> NAT'lO( 15
Alvin Register, Jr. Ph. 84271. Savannah and Augusta, begin I \K-ll 14'!, ,one vote, regardless of the
then, said the youth as he Mert-ADm-ComVub 8 34
Unfurn. 3rm. house. 7401 Morse ning May 5. \'C-5-\'J.2-1'ulon :51 6 amount invested. There would be
turned and trudged off again,
ComFotlJax 51/,
Ave. Wesconnett. J. W. Me- The Tars play their home gamesat still carrying the snake. O & R-Mmln* Bk -SS 3'J! no voting by proxy.
Inarney. Ph. 81167. I N.'TIOO-AI.: J.MM'C: : : There are advantages toa
baseball located many
Jacksonville park, How the snake was caughtor Trim J'oliiU
;t Unfurn. 2-bdrm house & equity. on Myrtle Avenue. Special >Huron 104 13'y Federal Credit Union. It offers
what happened to it only Ksunn, Six 15l/4
4721 Timaquana Rd. A. S. .: an excellent to
"Baseball Park" buses leave the two sailors know. No trace 1>A17 34 way save money.
Boyd. 34 Loans be requested of and
downtown Jacksonville during could be found of either the Hospital! 3) may
Unfurn. 2-bdrm. house. $800 each home game and return immediately snake or the sailors. NATTC FAW'- -f VP-RIII Ad i 8l/7 i granted by the Credit Commit

Equity. $42.50 per mo. 5160 following the game. I If I| Operations W.-COlnm. 5'j I I1 lee, at the small rate of 1% in-

i Columbus Ave. West Jax L. F. I ---1 ,terest. Loans are made primarilyor

Chaff, AOC. Ph. ext. 429. I MVAW DREAM GIRL-Combat correspondents a man's character and lengthof
Service Sports of the 1st Marine
Unfurn. 5-rm house. G. I. Equity. employment, instead of his
I $38.64 per mo. 2955 WickwireSt. (Ily Armed Forces Press Ser Ice) : Air Wing in Korea have picked assets.

West Jax. F. H. Hodella, Ph. Armed Forces representatives' Mary Castle as their "No. 1 Pays DividendsAs
I Dream Girl:' The serlbescouldn't
ext. 8209. shared the sports spotlight recently in any financial institution

MISCELLANEOUS in basketball and boxing. I 13V fitting title.have The picked 21-year-old a more operated by the membership,

The Air Force All-Stars nearly members would receive periodical
Wanted-any JOSN at this activity redhead, who is a dead ringer
upset pie-game predictions before dividends. Among the older
to "swap" billets with: for Rita Hayworth, will appearin
being nosed out by the Peoria | credit unions of Florida, an average
John W. Dragomier, JOSN, I a series of dream sequencesas
Caterpillars in a 71-67 tilt at1 dividend of 4% was paid during
ComCarDivOne, N A S, San : the No. 1 gal for a group of
New York. Earlier this season the the past year.
Diego, Calif. infantrymen in the Stanley
teams met at Peoria, and Employees who
same present peti.
'- Lost-Green wallet near Sr. B. I Kramer production of "The ,
the home team won by 18 points I tioned for the charter and who
O.Q. Saturday. Keep money, } Dirty Dozen. The Texas-born
Peoria's height wiped have pledged a share John
superior : actress were:
return wallet. Jewell Fay. Ph. gray-green eyed was
out the Air Force'j first half lead' W. Carson, George E. Barker, of
2-1771. chosen for the part over 200
and the Caterpillars went on to iii: .a Industrial Relations; Alfred Szar-
Riders wanted-Driving to Nor : Hollywood beauties.

folk, Va. April 27 at 1200. Contact compete for an Olympic basket--:( .....,.vr -..."...- ._............_.._-, _..._- manski of Supply and Fiscal;
ball berth after the score had | + a William H. Stembridge. SammieA.
Ens. R. L. Schoab. Ph. ext. L
been tied 12 times. Whittington of Public Works;

t Riders 8269. wanted-One woman or a \ '. Mary E. Dunbar Daniel R. Whid-

couple to help drive. Leavingapx. Marine' Sgt. Henry Johnson, don of Overhaul & Repair; andJ.

May 3 to Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Calif., won a unanimous .. Herschell Lee Securty, all of
decision in his semi-final .. the Naval Air Station; Robert B.
Calif Miss Farrow. Ph. 2-5337
after 1700. bout in the Fifth Air Force; boxing Robertson, Fuel Oil Terminal,

tournament at Seoul, Korea.: SK Trout'River; James W. McDaniel,
Ride wanted from Atlantic Blvd.
,n dM b: Cecil Field Anna T. Wilson U.
& Drive-In Theatre to NATTC. But a broken hand prevented his S ; ,

Hrs. 07301410. L. B. Suther.Ph. fighting in the finals. Sgt. Johnson :. ,' .:i S. Naval Hospital; and Walter L.

had won his first bout with f +'>-, >,"". .. Rambo, Naval Air Technical
99859. '
.. ...
.) Training Center.
only one good hand. ,.
\ Ride wanted from Hyde Park f ,.',
f Circle to NAS. 03001630. Marie $6,573 To

Robinson. Ph. 28627. the
Three passengers wanted To Bring Family : (Continued from Page 1) .

Pittsburgh, May 3, 0001. RobertR. $215.60 from military activities {in

Jendrey, AT2, ext 8351 orl I All the Kiddies! > the Jacksonville area under the

4 74.9; after 1630. | jurisdiction of the NAS Red Cros

Want to buy good used house. < field office, the grand total for

trailer, not less than 30' w/bath. May 16-17 military contribution in this: area.
I )[rl. Re.;els.: Ph. 20773. Wa IOMt6J.< (