Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 3, 1952
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Learn Traffic Rules By Accident Always Be Alert

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Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wing: 11
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It's Hot ,> b\, r Cecil Field Given

Month' Of June T1

Was a Scorcher, Z M Z TY. 0 Full NAS Status

Records ShowJune

Auxiliary Base Becomes
has been a hot month and

there are now records to prove
it. Separate Air StationNeighboring

The N A S Aerology office,

which keeps up with the weather, Cecil Field has come into its own.

reported that June saw record- ..., Without fanfare Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field
breaking temperatures as was C. became a separate Naval Air S tat i ion on July 1. Comdr.

reported elsewhere. in this reg- I I William M. Stevens, commanding officer, published and read

ion.The the CNO_.Directive in a,simple l ceremony.
local aerologists came ub Originally coimssioned in February
with a few interesting figures. 1943, Cecil Field has survived commodate the latest type jet
and bids have
Highest i re- a series of "ups anddowns" planes already
Reactivated I been received for a steel hangar,
,' corded for the third
tempe time in August 1930, this neigh- 302 by 261 feet, comprising an

,, rature for the I """ .. ,.' "".,..,..",...._.- .... .. . .. ...,....... boring installation was selected overall total of 86,700 square
month of June 'I feet, including a number of adjacent
TOP MEN AT CECIL-Top officialdom at Cecil Field confers then to become a future master
was 102 degrees I following; the reading of the proclamation elevating; the Naval jet base. shops.
Auxiliary Air Station to full Naval Air Station status as of July 1. When complete the hangar will
on June Construction Proceeds I
Comdr William M. Stevens (center) commanding: officer of Cecil accommodate about 100 plane,
26 at 1508. I holds confab with Lcdr. Charles L. Anceney (left) his executive Construction is underway on i I bringing Cecil Field one step
officer and Ledr. Ferdinand J. Plumer, administrative officer I
the elongated to
Maximum ac-
average temperature runways closer to its intended mission as
I (right), I i I
for the month was !94.86 degrees ---- the main fleet operating unit in

I 1 this area. -
I' GraveyardersBank
Maximum average tE'mpera.I I Will Grow Gradually

ture for the last week of June I Use Care Don't Blood As Although no further construe-

was 99.14 degrees. I lion is contemplated at this time,

Old timers aboard the station Reveille Blows it is visualized, dependent upon

can't remember when it has been I Let Death Take I appropriation of funds, that Cecil
i Any time volunteers wish to .
so hot, and the records seem to I Field will grow to a complete
I donate blood, the Blood Center
bear them out. naval air station with its own
It has cooled off somewhat the Your Holiday 1 Staff will open the doors satellite fields for training and

last two days, but after this fairly and go to work. practice purposes and other necessary

cooler weather, it is expected to J At least that's the way it facilities and structuies.!:

warm up all over again. happened recently when Eddie It is anticipated also that the

Friday Partly cloudy and Take Your Time Not Your Life 1 J. Megonigal, foreman laborer 140 civilian personnel staff will
warmer. made arrangements for be increased accordingly.Used .
Saturday-Partly cloudy with twelve night workers from as an operational train
scattered afternoon showers. Little I I The sign at the side of the blacktop road read : Slippery the Public Works Departmentto ing base during the war years,

change in temperature. When Wet" and "Drive Slow". The piece in the paper said : give blood at 0600. Cecil was placed on an inactive

Sunday-Same. Family of three killed in crash: How did it happen ? These men reported after status in 1948, due to lack of

The father forgot to wear his glasses. He forgot to get completing their day's (night's funds. In November 1948 it was

TO OBSERVE4th the windshield wiper fixed. He also forgot to slow down for work), from 2330 until 0700. reactivated and continued to operate

the slippery road lie didn't see the other car. Four staff members at the until July 1950 when Defense
OF Blood Center rose at an early Department orders again
JULY Reports like this will be pouting into the editorial offices hour to accept the lifesavingfluid. put it on a partial maintenancestatus.

WITH SALUTE and wire rooms of newspapers and radio stations throughoutthe .
coming holiday weekend. Employees who by donating I Reactivated Last In '50
In commemoration of the na pushed the Public Works Department With the outbreak of fightingin
tion's 176th anniversary of the Over three hundred people are expected to die in auto
quota upward were: Korea, Cecil was ordered into
Declaration of Independence, a accidents this weekend. That's over 100 persons a day. Why? .
Jim Smith, Willie B. Thomas, full operation auxiliary
as an naval
21-Gun Salute will be fired \Why, you ask yourself, when we are warned of all this, thatit
Wiley Tillman, George Wash- air station in August 1950,
Friday at NAS Jacksonville.The [ happens ?
anyway ington, Alonzo Gay, Bennie with its facilities being expandedfor
salute will be fired from
the station's twin of There is simple logic in the phrase "Accidents are caused, J. Linear, Willie H. Smith, jet aircraft.
battery they just don't happen". Accidents can be prevented with Jacob Pressley, Eddie Holmes, Present naval complement
three inch at five second
guns just a little bit of carefullness in your driving Thomas Sams, Leslie Croma- numbers approximately 1703 officers .
intervals 1200
beginning at
Friday. on You can eliminate accidents with this simple procedure: tie and Ernest Harris. and enlisted men, Including .

Carrier Air Group 10, whichis
Station -- u
personnel, militaryand Plan your trip to allow now being formed, Fleet Air.
civilian, will be excused enough time to go and return i craft Service Squadron 9, and
from work in observance of the
safely ; Make sure that ;your VC-62, composite Photo squad
day as a legal holiday
car is in first-class condition

-- before starting; Observe traffic a t tY ron.This figure is expected to increase

rules and regulations I as facilities permit,
BLOOD BANK scrupulously ; Always keep Stevens Commands

BOX SCORE I your eye on the other fellow, Formerly executive officer of
it pays to be alert ; And don't Cecil, Comdr. Stevens took over

Num1. quota be a fool by mixing liquor the skipper's post on June 12
'iheduled' Net with gasoline do not drive when Capt. Carson Hawkins
Fleet Air Wing 13 207.0% while drinking. I left for duty in the Pacific. H!
Spec. Services 4 125.0%
NATTCenter 253 103.0% Spirits, both liquid and otherwise l lllIL will fill this assignment until the

Fla Mil Dist, 5 100.0% seem to soar during arrival of Capt. J. W. Byng, wh,
Medical 2 100M the holiday season; so do traffic -, will report in August as com
Marines 10 90.0% deaths. Drinking drivers manding officer.
NARTU 1 85.7%
Public Works 2-1 83.2% figure in one out of every A Coronado, Calif., native and ,
Operations 12 81.6% five fatal accidents. I 1937 graduate of the Naval Academy .
Cecil Field 16 75.0% Play it smart-drive extra Comdr. Stevens came to C>-

Comln.ComFairJax 9-1 4 75.0 61.6%% carefully. I cil in Sept. 1950 from duty as assistant -

Reserve Fleet 85 48.2'10o What better commemoration .. air operations officer on
& n 115 33.3% { of the 176th anniversaryof Staff of Commander-In-Chief,
Administration 2 33.3% our nation's birth of freedom 11 W- Naval Forces Eastern Atlantic,
Grn Cove NAS 35 28.5% f
than a firm resolution to Mediterranean.

Supply Hospital 21 27 11.1 4.7%% make this an 1 _"m .._..__._m...._. m Acting executive officer i is

Dental 1 OM'o Fourth of July. accident.frN"j j MONEY FOR IDEAS-An idea for cleaning wood floor blocks Lcdr. Charles L. Anceney, opera- -
Indus. Rela. 2 0.0% Don't let death take your in repairing floors by a sand blast method, instead of the old tions officer at Cecil. Commissioned
AIM 4. 0.0% I hatchet and chop method, won a second Beneficial Suggestion
S Take time not at Pensacola in 1941 Lcdr.
Engineers 13 0.0% I holiday. your i i award for Charles Pinkston, employee at Public Works. Comdr, .
your life I Richard L. Mann presents a $'I5!: check to Pinkston for his idea. (Please Turn to Pare S, Cot. 3Don't >




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Two TAX AIR NEWS 3 July 1952

Page .,,___ .,- -

'- Alert NARTU Voting Information Told For

Jf1 x4fllRJi14tf8;
Member Cited

For EffortsQuick New Mexico Arizona Utah

Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval AJ ,

Station. Jacksonville PU thinking on the part ofa
NAS. JacksonvilleCapt. By Armed Forces Press Service)
Douglas T. Day_., Commanding Officer NARTU mechanic saved two
Comdr. James H, Armstrong ._._._ Executive OfficerLt. lives, a plane and won for hima This voting information applies to Armed Forces personnel, de-

Dave Barksdale _.......__. _-_...._... .. Public Information Officer commendation.Frank pendents residing with Armed Forces personnel and U. S. citizens

Fleet Air Jacksonville Commander J. Moschella AD3, was attached to and serving with the U. S. Armed Forces beyond the con-
, Rear Adm. Osborne B Hardison
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins ____.u_._..._ _. Chief of Staff awarded the following commend- tinental limits of the U. S., unless otherwise specified. These per-
Fleet Air Wing Eleven ation by Capt. Easton B. Noble, sons include civilians employed by the Department of the Army

Capt. Arthur S. Born __ .. .-_u--... --.-_..-......_.._._..._. Commander commanding officer of NARTU at Navy, and Air Force, the Marine Corps and the Coast Guard; and
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton. __Chief Staff Officer the unit's monthly inspection: personnel of the American Red Cross and USO. For additional election
Naval! Air Technical Training. Center .
Capt. Le.r.r K. Rice ___.., ...... ..- Commanding Officer e information consult your voting' officer. -.
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart Executive Officer "The Commanding Officer takes t
MexicoThe Qualifications for Voting
Naval h Hospital pleasure in commending you for New

Capt Dwight J. Wharton Commanding Office in the ( Sunshine State) 1. Must be at least 21 years of
Capt. T. F. Weinert ..___._.u.---- .. ....._._-- Executive Officer observing a discrepancy
NARTU landing gear of an SNJ type air- Qualifications for Voting age on date of election.

Capt. Easton B. Noble_ Commanding: Oflcei craft which was practicing touch 1. Must be at least 21 years of 2. Must be a U. S. citizen having "

Comdr. Anthony Trusso Executive Office] and go landings on 5 June 1952 age on date of .election. resided in the State of Arizona

Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extensions and for successfully signalingthe 2. Must be f U. S. citizen having for a period of one year

and 216. pilot, thereby, preventing an
8184 and in the county end precinct
S. Navel Air SUtlonJackJonvlllt resided in the State of New
1118 JAX AIR NEWS li t rtbltehed! wwtrr it the U.
Florid' and printed non- Dproprlat d fund accident which may have caused for a period of 30 days. ,
OFnm IllllnC'I Mexico for a period of one year, :
at no exp en.e to the fotetnment and serious injury to the pilot and his (
IMS. CoplM art distributed free of charge at the Naval Air station theiNaval 90 days in the county and 30( 3. Must be able to read the
Air Reserve Training Unit. Naval \u"III.1')! Air station Cecil Field and passenger. Your alertness and .
days in the precinct. Constitution of the U. S. in the !
Ibe U. S. Naval Hotr'fl prompt action were in keeping
Editor-Andrew H. PlanerStaff English language and be able to '
Bixiones JOSN with the highest traditions of the 3. Must be a registered voter. ,1
Members: Marian Sprenger. JO3; Mary : write own name. 1,1
Dave Devroy SN; John Charvat, AN; Barbara Tomlinson, SN: naval service." Registration ;.
:Helen While on duty at Fleming Island 1. Registration is permanent, 4. Must be a registered voter
The TfiR NEWS It a member or n e Armed Force Press Stn'Ic..1.AFt'S
material appearing In this. publication may not without' a practice landing strip used unless a voter has changed his Registration
matter the written except permission by service of Armed oubllcatlona.Forre Press li piohlblted Ser\lre. without permission of other of i for touch and go landings by the New Mexico residence since he 1. Registration is permanent

Editor: JAX AIR NEWSIndependence: I Navy, Moschella noticed a plane : became registered or has failedto unless a voter fails to vote in

Fight Was Not Easy_ coming in for landing with faulty vote at the two last previous' every general election held in

landing gear. general elections. the State of Arizona.
2. Any absentee person may 2. Registration must be accomplished .a .
What Does Fourth of July Mean He quickly signaled the pilot make application for registra- in person at county of .. ,.

Capt. W H. Foster of the Marine tion at any itme by requesting an Arizona residence.

To Most of Us? Why the Holiday? Air Detachment at NARTU, who 'Affidavit of Registration Form" Obtaining Ballots and Voting

pulled up and flew for forty-five .
from! county clerk of New Mexico 1. Any person who is unable to

"When in the course of human events it becomes necessary for I minutes in order to use up his residence at least 90 days in' vote in person may vote by absentee j
one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected fuel before attempting a landing. advance of election. County '

them with another".Those are the first words of the Declarationof I The Naval Air Station was clerk will forward registration ; process.

Independence. Yet how many of us know them. alerted and everything was in blank which must be filled out 2. To obtain an absentee ballot
We celebrate the Fourth of July Friday. A few of the older I readiness for a crash landing a person must first make a 'j
citizenry know why the Fourth of July is significant. As for our and returned. If county clerk
written application for "Appli-
youngsters-here is where we have failed. To them it's a day of when Captain Foster brought his chooses to accept such registration -
firecrackers] and hoopla. Who's to blame? plane in and made a perfect bel- application absent person cation for Absent or Disabled

f y-landing. Voter's Ballot Form" from
will be registered. i
Just for your own curiosity, ask your friend for the few first The plane suffered very little county recorder at least 60 daysin
Ballots and
lines of the Declaration of Independence. Seven out of ten could not damage and was quickly hauledoff Obtaining Voting I advance of election. Application
even begin it. the runway to clear the way I must be returned not earlier
The man who first conceived the idea of American Independence VOTING IN THE STATE OF
than 30 before election.
for other planes. Captain Foster days any
is forgotten, too, in its celebration. He was claimed as a "lit- NEW MEXICO. .
rrary maniac" who deserved to be hung. His name-Thomas Paine, and his passenger, a fellow offi- Ballot will be mailed voter end

revolutionary patriot, whose writings was the source and inspiration cer, walked away without a ArizonaThe must be completed and returnedto

of the idea of Independence and who penned these immortal scratch. ( Baby State) county recorder not later than
words, The United States Of America.
.. f. .. .. election day.
3. Members of the Armed
condemned influential colonial leaders as "
Thomas Paine was by Forces Federal PostCard
other than the greet George Wash- may
a political crackpot. It was none
ington, Jefferson, Franklin and Hamilton who went on record deploring I' Application 176 in lieu of

] the growing political separation from England. Such men "Application for Absent or Disabled
in the reconciliation with the t.....' "
believed that our only hope was .1 """" Voter's Ballot Form. Up-
"mother country." t." : } on receipt of Federal Post Card
Yet they saw the power and sincerity in Paine's writings end 1
were very much influenced by his followers. Yet who dares to rank "\ .. i Form, county recorder will mail

Paine along with Washingon, Jefferson or Hamilton. l / '. / ballot.

\ \ UtahThe
I I.t
Congress .
It was eight score and 16 years ago that the Continental t. ... ( Beehive State)
met in a red brick building in what is now downtown Philadelphia : .
Pa. in order to seek a more solid union of all 13 colonies. Qualifications for Voting
Fifty-six delegates met and unanimously voted and passed on . i : 1. Must be at least 21 years of

a resolution that was to be the beginning of these United' States. : : "' I \ age on date of election.

On July 4, 1776 the Declaration of Independence, adopted by the 1. <,"fjJ1'"H. 2. Must be a U. S. citizen haying -
Continental Congress, had officially severed the bonds of govern- ; t \}
ment held on the 13 colonies by the British government.When resided in the State of Utah

the vote was taken and the resolution was unanimously ; for one year the county of residence -

adopted, there was joy and celebration throughout the land. A new for four months, and the .
found personal pride and confidence of a united people was born. U: election precinct for 60 days.

3. Must be a registered voter.Reglttratlon .
Throughout the long bitter years of the war which followed
people remembered July 4 and observed it as a birthday of their
country whenever they could. The Revolutionary War was finallyover rarer .. 1. Registration is compulsory
and the United States was an actuality-a new nation had been AWARDED COMMENDATION observing a discrepancy for all persons. It is permanent
in the landing gear of an SNJ and signaling the pilot, thereby except that a change in residence
born.Since then the Fourth of July has held a most sacred spot in the preventing possible serious accident, Frank J. Moschella: AD3, of from '
one precinct to another or
hearts of freedom-loving Americans. NARTU was awarded a commendation by NARTU's commandingofficer
Independence Day thus became a legal holiday. This Friday, Capt. Easton B. Noble. Moschella: who performed his deedat failure to vote in any general'

July 4, the nation gratefully observes the 176th anniversary of the Fleming Island, was presented the award during the unit's. election makes any person subject -

signing of the Declaration of Independence. monthly inspection.TNART1Y.NOTEi. to re-registration. '
old squadron, Air Wing Staff 741 2. AIL persons must register in

)) II II at NARTU as assistant photographic person at the office of the county

I(DIVINE i officer clerk of residence, at any time. .

(SERVICES)' Lcdr. James E. Gay has just and has been with NARTU since Ensign Johnson attended Win except preceding during the election.10-day
been notified of his promotion to
and the CIC of
1949 department ter ifaven High School and upon Obtaining Ballots and Voting
in USNR. Comdr
Commander the
Protestant Air Wing Staff since Septemberof graduation enlisted in the U. S. 1. All persons who have complied .
1830-M o r n i n g Services, All- Gay is Air Wing Staffs Supply 1951. At home Shinn is ship- 1
Navy'for the remainder with the registration requirements -
Saints Chapel. Officer. ping clerk with Growers Fertilizer of World
0915 Naval Hospital Chapel.0930Sunday and who, by virtue of
War II. After his
School Small ChapeL Wing Staff can now boast a Cooperative.The discharge in illness or absence from voting
roster of four Waves with the addition Photographic Departmentof 1946, he enrolled at the University
district, cannot vote in person,
J045-AH Saints ChapeL Arleen of of Florida and it was then
of Wave Byrns Air Wing 74 is planning an ex may vote by absentee ballot.
Catholic Beach. Wave Byrns is a 1 that he became a "Weekend Warrior" -
Daytona tensive program during the 2. All
persons in order to obtain -
and 0930 St. Edward'
(830 Mass. -
by joining the
old VP-56
and is working
Hospital Apprentice squadron cruise this September.
Chapel. an absentee ballot must
Catechism with the Wing Staff Medical Course outlines in aerial photog- squadron of NARTU.
0930-St. Edwards' Chapel ( first request an "Application for
Class). department. At home she was a raphy have been drawn up by Ensign Johnson, along with two Ballot' Form" from the- county J

1030 Mass. St. Edward's ChapeL Nurses Aid at Halifax Hospital in Lt. D. A. Dean, photo officer and enlisted men from Lake Alfred, clerk of Utah residence at anytime

0045-Mass at Hospital ChapeL Daytona Beach. Wave Arleen is Bill Roy, AFC. Chief Roy plansto Charles Shinn, AN, and John except during the 30-day
Christian to be with Wing Staff be- Morley, AN, have estimated
Tuesday-2000 at NATTC Chap planning put in several days flying that p eriod 1 immediately precedingany
lain's Dffice. until she receives her orders to tween lectures so that practical they drive approximately 5,800 election. County clerk will

active experience be obtained. miles each year to attend month.ly .
Mormon duty.'e may mail form upon receipt of re-
drills with their
Thursday-1930-NATTC Chap- squadron at
quest. Applicant should fill out
lain's Office. Charles M. Shinn, AN of Lake Ensign L. L. Johnson of Lake NARTU. form and return to clerk. Marked '

Christian Science Alfred, Fla., has completed a two Alfred Fla., recently received his ., ballots must be received by t

Tuesday-1900 at NATTC Chap- weeks annual training cruise at commission in the Naval Air Re- "Operation S-H-A-R-p" will appropriate officials not later '

lain's Office. NARTU. Shinn is a radar striker serve and is now back with his pay dividends" than election day.



3 July 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three ,


Gray Lady Corps 1 'N

;. In Annual Meet; .

: ': Awards Presented :,

Members of' the latest training J :.1
a; ; J j
t: class of the Gray Lady Corps, Orchids this week go to the ;' ,

1 Duval Chapter, American Red LJ'1 i Janitorial Crew of Edward

Cross were awarded certificate Megonigal's Section, 15 of whom

of completion, while 40 othe reported to the Blood Bank at

members who completed the required 0600 one morning recently in order

100 hours of work due that they could contribute to ,

ing the past year were presented the Blood Bank. We are proudof

service bars in ceremonies at the: their outstanding cooperationin .

Naval Hospital. this good cause.
a. ;
, Miss Catherine Yannall, Chief The Megonigal family is enjoy. .

Nurse at the Naval Hospital, rg a vacation in Atlantic City :/,

made the presentations at the an N. J..Meriam Denmark of ''d :

nual meeting of the Corps las' Maintenance was on sick list

1 Thursday: at the "O" Club. Monday, leaving -Aileen Brum

down the reins .
baugh holding
..._ _
The following; Gray Ladies whc I We are indeed sorry to report
a their training IN CONCERT-Summer concert season is here for the NAS Navy Band. Tne band is providing the death <>f Willie C. Swick,
recently completed daily noontime concerts at various areas throughout the station. The musicians scored such a Painter of Maintenance, who
f. course and probationary period success at O & R that now they have a standing engagement there every Wednesday. Plans are the weekend.
x' received certificates: Mrs currently being, made to have concerts at NATTC, NARTU and Naval Hospital.. John Charles- passed away over
: Genie Burroughs Fornason, Mrs worth, }MUC, conducts, while Ernest Powell, MUC. is his assistant. -

;1 Phyllis Fraesa, Mrs. H. Lester -- -- --- John Vinyard, Technical Service

.;, Jones, Mrs. William'Lane, Mrs Report From WashingtonReduce Announce EM VacanciesIn Superintendent, and wife are-

John Malone, Jr., Mrs. J. R. spending their vacation travelingto
Marsh, Mr;. M. G. McKinney,, Vets' Home Down Payments Naval Security Group) Columbia, Mo., Chicago and

Mrs. Jane Nolan, Mrs. John Washington (AFPS-A) recent Kansas City. We understand that

Piombo, Jr., Mrs. E. C. Rossman,, Navy Department Circular Let- while in St. Louis they will be

Mrs.Selmyhr.Janet Taylor and Mrs. G. L., 80% Servicemen Old Enough to Vote ter has announced that enlistedmen among a family 100 reunion.relatives gatheredfor .

with personnelman, -
Fran Theus received a card rerently ,
\ Chairman Mrs. Hayes McCrae .
. ... Forces Press :ServiceThe }' teleman, radioman, and electronic :
presided over the meeting, while (By Armed sign who will keep the same 1 ( from Morris Sayre in t

: Secretary Mrs. W A. Hopkins reported Government hat decreased grades they now hold. More than technician ratings may apply Port Lyautey, French Morroc-
I for with the Naval Security co, who writes that he'll certainly -
j on meetings held duringthe down payment requirements on 2,000 applicants were. consideredby duty
year and total number of the purchase of homes by vete the board. Group. be glad when Jeanette ar-
hours ((7034)) the Corps 'serviced rives, for the natives are drivinghim
must have three
ant The reductions, announce The men years
line selection board to crazy; He reports that the '
at the Naval Hospital. f A Navy service remaining with :
{ by the Federal Reserve Board and recommend officers on active obligated only thing wild in that part of
j not more than 10 years total military
Chairman of each section, the Housing and Home Finance duty for temporary promotion to service behind them. Personnel Africa are old men and young :.
from no down payment admiral will convene on July girls. : Jeanette Riley returned -
Agency, range rear normally
namely, Mrs. Fred Mohle, crafts; accepted may
children's on homes costing $7,000 or 8, the Navy has announced. Eligible duty within six to work Monday morning
Mrs. Charles Boyd, expect foreign
from! sick leave.
less to a 35 percent down pad officers include all ,line captains will
j clinic and ward; Mrs. Kimball months after transfer. They -
ment on homes costing $25,000 or who will have three or more for
D. be to qualify
Bobbitt, social service; Mrs. also expected for the Government
more. Time limits for paying oft: years service in grade on June in rating tocommunication's Working
service and and change
A. Bolton, library request lias'its good and bad points. One
not changed. :30, 1953.
mortgages were within
technician -
Mrs. G. W. lIerbertson, recreation -
j bad thing' is saying "Aloha" tome
reported on activities of a period of one year. '
The Navy ha announced that who wears the Blue and
their respectivesections.. The Veterans Administratio Interested personnel should ap-
6,765 Navy Reserve lieutenants, Cold when his tour of duty is up.
j Guest speaker was Miss Mary has announced that only 100,00 grade, including nine I ply through their commanding With much sorrow in our heartswe
? executive of the NSLI second dividend accounts officers to the Chief of Naval words Comdr.
Judy, secretary WAVE officers, have been selected bid these to
Services remai
I Jacksonville Council of Social throughout the for promotion to the grade of Personnel. William T. Maley, Assistant Public -
to be paid. These are .largel
Officer and Housing
Agencies. selection
lieutenant by the line
i is
f Mrs. Burton Barrs, chairman of cases where no the thir board which convened April 15, give special naturalization privileges Officer for the past 18 months.

Volunteer Services, Duval Chapter on file. Payments on 1952. The officers are either on to certain aliens serving in I omdr. Maley .leaves us this
NSLI dividend are going out according -
j American Red Cross, con to schedule inactive duty or had reported for the Armed Forces during the Korean I week to take up his new duties

'1 gratulated the outgoing chair active duty after June 30, 1951. conflict. The bill applies it New York. Comdr. Maley has
man, Mrs. McCrae and intro only to aliens who have been admitted made a place for himself in the

duced the incoming chairman, The Marine Corps has adoptea Th SenateJmtklary Committee I into the U. S. for peima- hearts of all Public Works personnel
I a new officer fitness report form I well others at NAS.
Mrs. Kimball Bobbitt.Hearing has approved legislation to nent residence.There as as
I which will be placed into effec We bid him farewell with lots
I by the end of this month and< of good luck and best wishes

which will include for the firs Are Regulations. !rom all of us.
j time a "cost consciousness" rating, He dood it! Yes he did and we

time a "cost consciousness" rat IF YOUR DOG BITES ANYONE, lave witnesses to prove it. Bar-

J L Head NARTU ing. The newly, revised repor ell Kelso, CDCN, of the V-l

will require all reporting officer HE'S ELIGIBLE FOR THE BRIGPets D i vis i io n, exchanged marriage

: to rate their subordinates on rows with Bettye Simmons of
; Boot School "economy in manegement." who bite humans wil Jacksonville in the NAS Protestant -

be subject to disciplinary action -
: Chapel on June 22.
Lcdr. Harry M. Nearing will A Marine Corps selection board Welcome aboard Carolyn McDowell

: take charge of the "Air Boot" has selected 2,810 regular and Re Personnel who enjoy the t Blueprint and Photostat

school at the Jacksonville Naval serve first lieutenants on active* privilege of keeping household I Operator and Donald F. Kelly,

;{ Air Reserve Training Unit. duty for temporary promotion to< pets aboard the station are reminded of> Collateral Equipment who re.

) The young officer has been well I captain. A letter authorizing the< of regulations that' ently transferred from Supply

,j{ trained in his field. After "graduatlncr I promotions is expected to reach must be adhered to in the eplacing Edward Gray who

the field within a month. event their pets bite anyone.
\ iII"-"'_ .. .. from ransferred to Security
I RockhurstCollege Many pets aboard the:: station crrvvation

c The Navy has approved i a are young puppies under six
h in standard design tie clasp as at months old and because of the

Kansas City, optional uniform item for its per severity of the required .dosage .

I Mo., he entered sonnel. It will be a slender gold, are not generally inoculated ,

- .. ,i flight' training undecorated bar-style clasp with against rabies infection.In Should the animal show any

at the Jacksonville clasp fastener and should be< view of the extreme seriousness evidence of rabies infection or QUESTIONS
avialable at Navy exchanges oneship's of rabies infection In United States Qui
Naval Air other sickness during the period -
)! I stores. humans, certain precautionsmust 1. What state has the shortest
Station in of observation, the
1941, .
I.edr, Nearing be taken immediatelyafter Officer will be informed oastlme?

: being one of the first to be trains The Department of Defense has:: a person is bitten by any immediately by Station Police.At 2. In what year did the U. S.

ed by the Navy at this base. estimated that 80 per cent of Ser animal. These are: the Medical Officer's advicethe cquire Alaska?

i After receiving his commission vice personnel are old enough to 1. The victim must be examined animal's owner and the 3. What was the last state to
vote in the coming presidential Medical Officer. join the U. S.? A
and wings in 1942, he was by a person bitten or parents of a
; sent overseas to the South Atlan- election. However, officials be 2. Station Police will be child bitten will be notified as 4. Who was president of the

tic where he flew Patrol Bomb- lieve that the 1952 Service vote called to apprehend and im- well as the Senior Medical Officer !'Continental Congress when the
ordered to the will run slightly less then one >Declaration of Independence was
J' ers. Later he was pound the animal for a mini- at NAS.
Pacific and then back to Jackson- pillion mum of 11 days in all cases. On the twelfth day, providing signed?
5. How many stars appeared in
ville as an Instructor Squadron 3. The Medical Officer, the the animal shows no signsof
Commander Operational Train- A Nary selection board has animal's owner, and the person sickness, it will be releasedto the first official American flag

ing Officer for one year. recommended 120 temporary of- bitten (or the parents of a its owner upon approval by (Answers on. Pact. K, CoL 4)

In 1946 he was named an assistant leers and enlisted men for appointment child bitten) will be informedthat the Medical Officer.If Girl: "Sometime my father

coach at Andrew Jackson as limited duty officer the animal is being im- during the period of ob- &ke things apart to why

High I School in Jacksonville *. They will be appointed to pounded in a locked cage at servation, the animal escapes hey don't go."
aeronautics. After he permanent grade of ensign,, mini- custody all steps
where he taught the Police Station for a necessary "So what?"
I S. four years of coaching he left JSN, except for the temporary mum period of 11 days obser- will be taken to recapture it. Girl: "So yxm'd better jo." \
his Jackson post. fficers above the grade of en

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VP-3, Flag Adm. Unit. VF-14 Report Air Group 10 .t.,

I Scouting Jucksonville Aren Squadrons Command To :,.t. ,

Comdr. KlineComdr.
VP-3 attending FaeTuLant trainingare .t i

If the deck of Hangar 140 isn't Lee Reed, ATS, and William :.(1 ..
Raymond Kline has '
the cleanest in this area it isn't Kiskaddo, A T3. 1V'S.
assumed command of Carrier J
the fault of the "bronze idols" of VP-3's stellar nine came to the \
Air Group 10, which was commissioned 11 ;j
Tatrol Squadron Three. They'veplayed fore in NAS intramural action "
May 1 this year at Cecil
swab jockey twice in a last week with a 7-6 win over VP. -
Field. It was the third carrier ;
like number of weeks and rumors 801, winners of the first round
air to be formed and
have it that there's more of the American circuit title. Bayard group commissioned -
in the Jacksonvillearea
same on hand. McNagny was on the slab for the
since the outbreak of the
The ratio of incoming and outgoing green clads, allowing but one free .:; .. .
Korean war.
is taking a decided turn to pass and pitching like a masterin _
s Since he had previously .
the latter, according to lastweek's the clutch. :.X 4, a : z
here in two other duty stations
proceedings. Richard D. ,
Donn "Stick" Hickman rappeda the Jacksonville area is familiar .
Garwood, ALAN, reported aboard
while on the opposite side of the trio of safeties to pace the wood to Comdr. Kline. His first duty ,:\ .'..

ledger Ray D. Dunwell, AT2; department as VP-3 set its sightson here was with the Staff, Naval .\;,,;;

Richard G. Altman, AD3; Ray- a possible third round robinof Air Operational Training Command .1\
intramural action The in 1945. The second came i
mond C. Hinme, AD3; FranklinT. ;"
Greene, AEM3; Robert L. Frey, squadron has adopted: a new pet, when he was commanding offi- (,
ALAN; Harold F. Apperson, a "red dog." cer of Attack Squadron 84, sta-
I tioned herein 1948. IJ
AT2T( ) and Robert A. Slaby Excerpt from the column,
ATS, reported to the separation straight from the horse's mouth. Because Comdr. Kline had not

renter. Bon voyage. The Barracks "L" gang is the arrived from Washington when ,'; .

hottest the station with- the air group was commissioned .
Donald H. Ebere is in the hos- on I
pital where he'll undergo an operation out a fan, who wouldn't be? CAG-10 ACQUIRES NEW TOP MAN-Welcoming commissioned Comdr. on May 1, Lcdr. Ralph E. Cheneyhad J:
Raymond P. Kline (left) as Commander of the recently accepted temporary command \
for a knee injury A very commendable report I Carrier Air Group 10 Is Lcdr. Ralph E. Cheney. Lcdr. Cheney i
James E. Freytag, AD3, left from the Blood Donation program was stand-in CAG-10 commander when it was commissioned, of the group. When relieved .
recently to report to NAS Patux- states that last week no less than I pending arrival of Comdr. Kline. of that role by Comdr.Kline's .

ent River for duty and currently I, nine members of the squadron I the top blood giving unit in say the vows with Miss Donie arrival, Lcdr. Cheney be-
Officer of CAG10
I Operations -
gave blood. With a weekly qoutaof FAW-11 I Boland of Jacksonville on Aug. came
five, that's almost twice what ust 14th.; his original assignment. .
Lt. Richard Amme has both )
I is expected. With such cooperation arms full now as his wife Marjorie After nearly three years oi parents on Long Island. Kohl- ;

I it is no wonder that VP-3 is presented him with twin duty on the staff, Eugene T hepp will spend the same number -

girls on June 25 Debra Per- Hines, ADC, has transferred tc I I of days in Syracuse. ''1/ '."

ry and Diane Louise are keeping VF-34, NAS Sanford, Fla., for TAP to local examining board ).\: J,

their father on the night watch. duty. From VA-175 here at NAS number one at Fleet Air Wing ;.?

iry The mother and daughters are came Richard A. Sill, AK2, cur. 11 are our two newcomers, Lt. -1Y

f doing fine, but Lt. Amme is beginning rently working in staff supply Thomas R. Kelley and William. ,> "H
i to show signs of wear. office and occupying space in II. Campbell, YNC. '":

t [ The boys who just returned barracks "K." Welcome aboard! After this forthcoming week : \

from Maine say it was rough I A double-header of congratulations end, our number one reveille -a ,

sleeping under blankets in that is in order for Leo Benatar, man, Lloyd R. Fike, AK2, will ', ."

cool brisk Maine air. I DMMSN, who was advanced to head for separation center and r

ffL Dripping wet and sagging at that rate last Tuesday, and at the well on his way to adorning civies .': ;

the seams, Lt. Carl Moses com- I I same time returned to the staff once again. 'tJ

pleted his three day check ride from his temporary duty with Whittling away each evening '"

to join the ranks of VP-3's plane Fleet Air Wing 11. in the barracks is Charles A. '"

commanders. After a brief stay in the hose Cheeseman, SA, who occupies his 1;;

pital with the mumps, Elliott C. spare time by making model airplanes >

Flag Adm. Unit Newell, Jr., ADC, has returnedfor Cheeseman has already oI' .
*1 Hardly a month of the current duty, leaving Norman L. several planes to his credit since !"

Y'iSP' hAn year has passed but what someone Brewer, SA, who is well on his beginning worthwhile hobby. .1.. .

on the staff has married. It : way to recovery, but still welcomes Welcome aboard to Lt. Joseph :

PLANE CAPTAIN'S JOB must be the heat! Most recent to I all visitors. S. Landry, currently assigned '\;

]MADE EASIER No longer announce his forthcoming plans with flag communications. Lt. .';ti tiLandry

ill the plane captain in a for tying the knot is Ronald M. To JAG, Navy. Dept., Washington reported aboard from U. 4
I'2V have to return to the deck
with housemaid's knee after "Tank" Lawhead, SN, who will : D. C., has gone Comdr. DickM. S. Naval Communication Station, : '
kneeling overvarious instru- Wheat, former Staff Legal Philadelphia, Pa. ,:'
ments that are his responsibility ':Locally Designed officer. Assuming his previous ,;,

while the plane is in flight. duties is Comdr. William B. Ma. VF-14 ;, :

Morrissey Designed by of Fasron CIICARP 109 Chet thechair" ; Seat To Eliminate Housemaid's Knee they, who reported aboard recently June 10, Augusta Bay, Sicily j

.' lies on the deck (top) from the USNH here at The "Tophatters" of VF-14 y
vhile not in use and stands NAS. A hearty "'WelcomeAboard have just departed Augusta Bay ',1
upright (right) when the plane j For Busy Plane Captains Of P2Vture !" for exercises with a joint French, :
captain needs it. "
A trio of personnel has returned British, American task force. :.
member of the
controls. from leave this week. Back Their stay in "sunny" Sicily with
CPO Noles team that is responsible for the from West (BG), Va., where he several visits to Cantania and

performance of the P2V aircraft Prior to the establishment of made up with his wife (to be) is Syracuse was a welcome change
All Chiefs and their wives in-
while it is in flight, the plane such a seat in the "Neptunes," the William "Sonny" Smith, SN. Aft- after operations. Each of the four
terested in "bull-session" liter-
captain, will now be situated so plane captain had to kneel over er eight days of sunning in Tam days the ships lay off Augusta,
ary discussion group are requested that he can be of maximum ben the instruments in order to ob- pa, Fla., Richard P. Castellano, tours were arranged to take per-
contact Jack Blunk, AOC,
to I
efit to the pilot. serve them closely. In the kneeling YNSN, has returned for duty sonnel to Syracuse to visit the
Ed Lappart. First meet
or M/Sgt. position, there was the ever looking like a lobster, while Fred ruins. ;t
set for
ing date 10th. is tentatively Due to the ingenuity of CHCARP present danger that he could be Luebbert, SA, has returned from The "Tophatters" getting their

July Chet Morrissey of Fasron 109 catapulted forward into the con- New York where he spent a week fill of culture in Syracuse and

Discussion topics will be chosen and C. J. Olsen of O & R who trol consul, a part of the instrument with his parents who recently returned Cantania were "Judge" Wight-

a week in advance from the designed the seat and attached ; that are in the patrol from their vacation in man, ADC; Marco Zambrano
of those in the .
group.A harness, the plane captain will bomber. Germany. AMI; John Crotty, ADI; Jack
will be selected for
moderator be located directly aft of the pi- The seat has been approved by Headed for separate parts in Davenport, ADI; Bob Helget,
each meeting, (to keep the lot's compartment where he can the bureau, and will henceforthbe New York on leave is Tom Shiel, AMC; Bill Spruiell, AF2; Joe

Charles Dickens clique from operate the fuel system's controls, incorporated in P2V's comingoff SA, and James J. Kohlhepp, SA, Kotsis, ADI; Jim Todd, AD2; Earl .)'
down devotees of Francis
fhouting Bacon and/or Edna St. Vincent the cowl flaps and the fuel mix. the assembly line. Shiel will spend 14 days with his (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 2)I


Bob McAndrew, QMC, Club

ice-President, is organizing a

dramatic group. Bob has had Lit. 4 ;.
and is ,.
t e Theatre experience .wy r 4k .4
eager: to hear from all other potential
"Hamlets" and "Ophelias,"

Vmong Chiefs, Master Sergeants,
and their wives. The plan is to

Bart with one-act plays and work .r pr }
into more advanced efforts.

Wives of Club members are re- '

minded that the next meeting '

with the Club Entertainment A' 1' .,. rj;

Committee Chairman, Eddie b OLD P2V's NEVER DIE-Old P2V's never i'S
Dowd, will be July 9, 2000 at the die, they just go to AEA) School at NATT-
Club. Center here. Known as the X-P2V-2 the planeis .b
disassembled (left) at Fasron 109 and is :d : yd
Remember the new motto of on its way (center) to NJVTTCenter. Students .
the Club: "Have Family Fun this are shown (right) trouble shooting thecowlflap .fJ.
Summer at the CPO Club!" motor during instructional training.

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.'.i" / .. NAS Cecil Field I. Ii. .II.. I' ':

Role I ; i
Has Bigger 1

r. In Naval Aviation to

Personnel stationed at Cecil
Field will now receive their mail

addressed NAS Cecil Field, Jacksonville .
; Fla.

As of July I, the neighboring S

installation, some ten miles from II
NAS Jax, shucked its "Auxiliary

tag by CNO order and became ifullfledged
qKa l q t '
i MO Naval Air Station.As .

I' a Naval Auxiliary Air Station .

I Cecil Field, commissionedin '
February 1943, has been mac.
I tivated and reactivated several: : : ::if

I, M'' JAIPa""" I '"!iamq": ". .,: 'C111"uIrCp' seems to take precedence over times. Reactivated last in July :' :\
month of installation then 6 >;,y !, 'SK ... ,... ;<> t, '"fiit
WA the customary wedding 1950, the was :'y)<<': \ ,.4tJ>:< 'tt7it.' ; :
June. NATTC has six tentative selected to be a master jet base ti. :
:;: : :::: ;i.i.I
weddings in the offing. Among by the Navy. i t .S. .. .. ...
WAYS \ them are Lois Zimmerman and Pictures here show what Cecil
think of the odor down there."
I June Leitzan, both AK students, Field looks like today, with the
'1 mssmm": : MMM with the date set for July 3. face expected to change somewhat "Oh, that's all right," the sailor

Latest products from Bainbridge ANP) graduates this week as work proceeds on its assured him. "Let him get usedto

_' to arrive at NAS are: I are: Martha Reed, Florence McLaughlin gradual growth. it the same as I did."

Bertha Morgan, assigned to Com.. Deborah Banks, Virginia 1. Main gate to Cecil Field. I
l Nab-Six; Helen Nabben, Malaria Gerald, Jeanne Carin and 2. Administration Building I SALTY HUMOR FROM A man received a telegram from
,r & Mosquito Control Unit; Joyce Lois Arnold. Read received orders his wife while he was attending a
Rogers, Operations and Jeanette for AC School at Olathe; 3. Jets line up on the side run HERE AND THEREAt sales convention. It read:

Veautour, Personnel. McLaughlin will study cloud for way. a'est Coast port not long i "Dear William: Don't forget
to Elaine AG School in Lake. 4. Operations Tower. "
: A speedy recovery mations at you are a married man.
doctor intercepted a
Disbursing who Banks travels deep into building. ago a Navy
Rosenberg of hurst; 5. Navy Exchange A friend intercepted the wire
was admitted to the hospital last the heart of "Dixie" for TD 6. Line shack of one of the sailor who was carrying aboard a and sent this reply:
week. training at Memphis and Caron squadrons of Carrier Air rather unusual pet, a baby skunk
.: and Arnold remain .at NATTCfor Group 10, based at Cecil "You can't take that below "Your telegram received too
,. In keeping with our g o o d AK School. Field. decks," the doctor ruled. "Just ) late. .

neighbor policy, greetings are extended ,
WAVE: "Do read movie
'j to Myrna Mendez, UN, : you
; : "
who recently reported for duty magazines ?
from t WAF: "Only when I go to the
r at the Naval f \
Corps School at San Diego. Inci- ff'{ ; dental clinic. You know, I had *

denUy, Myrna and Carmen Padre : ., ::" teeth pulled in the last tW8
both native Puerto Ricans, S: weeks."

.1 Itr are old boot camp buddies. Is ar WAVE: "I didn't know you
interpretor in the vicinity? were having trouble with your

The ping pong tournament has; teeth!"

been postponed for a few weeks, WAF: "I wasn't, but I wantedto
,! At least until the thermometer finish an article I was read

4-. drops a few degrees. In the mean ing,"
., time, candidates for the tourney *
ere practicing their backhand "Now children," said the teach

turning the pages of a "book of er, "How do you suppose Noah
verses 'neath the bough". Noticed passed his time on the ark?"

over the weekend that strenuous There was no answer.

t activities were kept at a min "Well," she continued, "I think
;. : imum around the barracks. People -
.. he did a lot of fishing."
"', were bending over
1 trying to keep cool (in the "That's wrong," replied litU
;. Freddie.
!" smiled the teacher
< ''' '''' ... Ii "Wrong
[ :;',, t it iletaS, tit-Z i'mJloW i I"'r "i >iofo
Barracks 722 lost one of its CONSTRUCTION AT CECIL-Area designated for a huge steel hangar, which will house 100 "And. why Is that wrong?"
Jong-time] inhabitants when Margaret occupies the foreground of this picture. The scene is typical at NAS Cecil Field as expansion "Noah couldn't have don -
Stevens took the vows'of moves from the planning to the construction stage. Elongated runways to accommodate Jet planesare much fishnig. He only had two
i .. matrimony recently. rearing completion. It is anticipated that other construction will start soon. NAAS Cecil Field worms."

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Tars Host Grays,

Indians This Week

Firmly embedded in the sec-
ond division of the Class A Bout h
Atlantic League, Jacksonville
I Tars are still looking for a con-
sistent long ball hitter and a frontline
'I I pitcher to make the long<
I climb to pennant contention.
Montgomery closes a four game
With John Charvat series tonight at the Myrtle Ave. a
orchard and a big Fourth of July
Mention hot-rod around a teen-ager and watch his ears perk up,,
tilt is slated with Savannah on
but iterate the same word around an adult and you'll receive a dis-
Friday. The Tars pair off with
tasteful frown.Currently .
the same foe Saturday to end the .
there's a drive on among 20 citizens of this com short series and are on the road
munity, 13 residing at NAS, to legalize the sport. Here's their story: until July 12. '
Organized under the banner of the North Florida Roadster Special "Baseball Park" buses c
Club and echoing a motto, "Safety is No Accident," the group has leave downtown Jacksonville be-
affiliated with the National Hot Rod Assaciation. Their purpose is fore each game and return imme-
to organize hot-rod owners and other people interested in the sport diately after. Group tickets for
into a band that would legalize their activities, but not on the open home games can be obtained
roads of the state. through the Jax Air News, Build- -r. ,

Trying To Obain Use of Ilrrlong Strip ing 930.
The club has a movement underway to obtain the use of the Hamilton I TENNIS FINALISTS lax
Herlong air strip, located on Route 3 going to Cecil Field, which has Captures Navy's sole hope for honors in
been disbanded the local air lines.If .
by Handicap TourneyA the Sixth Naval District tennis
this strip was secured the club would hold weekly sessions, best-nine-of eighteen-hole tourney held in Jax last week
open to the public, exhibiting home-made cars and offering speed tournament held last week on was the doubles team of Jack
races for all comers. the local links ended in a two- Webb and Dave Lewis (top).
Membership to the club is open to those possessing a clean way tie for first place. Bob Ham- The pair bowed in the finalsto
traffic slate for the previous 12 months of driving in Florida. As ilton and Vincent Lyous each Pensacola's Kin(man Lam-
much as a parking ticket will knock you out of the club. Members posted a 27 after selecting and bert and Hank Goelzer, 6-3 and
who sustain any type of traffic ticket are put in cold storage by a handicapping.John 8-6. Wearing a victory smile
board of governors, the length of probation depending on the seriousness Hughes snatched third after defeating teammate Hank .
of the offense. place with a corrected 29 followed Goelzer is the new Sixth Naval -

Chief Scott One Of 13 NAS Members by Steve Jonda, Comdr. James
Chief Bill Scott of Special Services is one of the staunch sup- Armstrong, and John Maze each ( )
porters of the club. Scotty owns a 29 AV8, to you bus riders that's carding 30's. NaY
a 1929 model A with a V8 engine, which he built himself, and he's Low hole total for the 18 was
put a lot of time in the North Florida organization. toward achiev- posted by Bill Chase, Sr., who ed
toured the in 83.
aformentioned aims. course
ing the .
At weekly meetings each member makes a report on his good
I.. deed of the week and as Scotty said, "It's just like a Boy Scout .4-Man Team PickedIn
troop. But don't get me wrong, through this we help ourselves plus
aiding the club and that's what we're trying to get across." AirLant Links PlayFour

We don't advocate speeding and drag racing as means of weekend local linksmen made ready I i
entertainment, but we do go along with the ideas of the NFRC to vie for the AirLant Golf Tour-
and hope that Navy and civilian personnel both in town and on the nament crown as representativesof .J
base will ge aboard the band wagon and make the Herlong air strip Fleet units in the Jacksonville '''''''ij
a hot-rodder's paradise, "Dedicated to Safety." vicinity. Eliminations held on the ;; :)
SHORT SHOTSWatch us go this second round," said station course determined the Putt :;'J i
Matt Fedak, coach of the varsity softball nine, when he was queried four men who will compete. Lew- x
concerning the Fliers chances in the current phase of the City Herb Herres and Charles Fitts gles duo
League A vote for Mason Field's number one diamond bug of Cecil Field, Earl Brooks of ) 6-3. ",
goes to Frenchy, the big hearted cook from the chow hall The ComFairJax and Charles Goodineof Boone *
Post Nine Generals finally won a city loop game, defeating the Fasron 6 comprise the teem. ,
up-and-down R. C. Motors crew, 6-4. Incidentally it was R. C. Motors The tournament will be held in give Green
that spoiled the varsity's chances for a perfect record throughthe Norfolk, Va., sometime in August. the
initial round when they won 6-5. .
Vito Farniola, who scored a hole in one early this year on the BulletinJax Jax :
Jack r
155-yard, par 3 third hole, has been hitting the station links with
considerable regularity Apparently finding the smaller dia- Navy's tennis stars, Ben but I
mond more to his liking, Dale Reitenour has joined the station Sobieraj and Leon Wilson, returned '!I fI
softballers for his share of the receiving duties. The fences at Lack- yesterday after success- were
awanna Perk are shorter than those at Mason Field, fortunately, fully sweeping honors in. both sharp !;
and the stocky backstopper, who failed to bend many blades of the Air Lant tournament in Nor- fIt- )
grass in the local pasture, should be a big asset at the dish for folk and the Atlantic Fleet fes-
Fedak and company The station's top netmen, Ben Sobieraj, tivities in Newport, R. I, at
won the Missouri Valley singles title in 1950, defeating Paul Hurleyof Carrying the local banner to first of
Oklahoma A. & M. the Air Lant eliminations Wilson left
Parris Island will represent the East in the all-Marine playoffsIn captured the singles title, defeat- I I 161&Y ex I I
California in early August. Camp LeJeune won the diamond title ing Sobieraj in the finals, while ."'1
last year, but didn't get a smell this season as the, powerful Islanders the two teamed for a doubles vic I deficit former
swept through Leatherneck competition with ease. I tory.. At Newport, Sobieraj re- Frick _'j
The American League to win the 1952 All-Star game, defeatingthe versed the singles decision and In .
Nationals, 6-3. Allie Reynolds, "the arm," has completed 171 t then added another doubles .. base- .'-t
straight ball games what the Fliers couldn't do with half the crown with Wilson. tiring i
pitcher the big Yankee Is Talk about improvements, have you
clause. I
seen the recreation and visiting team's room in the Special Services going I
building recently? Under the watchful eye of Chief Guy Fuller, Mon wll MEGA .VO.L thing knew Cin 4
new SS leading chief, everything has been done to the first deck !
except set fire to it Corpus Christi! is holding a handball tour. shot "(
nament for all persounel; anybody interested here? I side
Parris Island baseball foes have one less problem to worry I saved con- ra' a
about. Dick Tomanek, the strike-out artist, received his discharge back. \..
Lcdr. Harry Knickelbine, SS officer is no dubber on the links. The three-
We played a few holes with him last week and had plenty of timeto Fliers' reac ,
chat as he waited while I took shots two and three en routeto set of has
his first drive I he .
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Jones' cow pasture, was tempor- held One ;
+ BREEZES + I'arily delayed in the second in- '' 5-4 games, '

Mac "I think women make too ning when Elmer Biddle slid in- t of the
much funs about cloth. After to what he thought was third defeat

all, they're" all 'sister under the base." I "Fourth Day of for July your was forefathen-Independence 6-2,
akin. ed
not you! at the '
Joe: "True, and by the looks The wife and daughter of a stig-
of my wife lately, I think they're jay-gee were halted by the sen-I' : the
holding convention under hers." try at the main gate. I 6th ND Links II years

Sentry: "Sorry ladies, but you I I in
Here's an item gleaned from a can't get in here without a pass." Nl-S personnel will tee off Naval .
small town newspaper about Wife: 'Oh, but we are the Berry's. Monday and Tuesday at the station ,
opening of the baseball season: ." course in a 27-hole medal at'
"The baseball game between Sentry: I don't care if you'rethe play match to determine the A
Pulse Normal and Chittlin' cat's whiskers you don't get four men who will represent Jax finals show- P"
Switch, which was played at Sam in here without a pass.' Navy in the forthcoming 6th July .

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3 July 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven

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Fliers Grabs 2-1 Think You Know Baseball? Can't Win On Road But.

Win Over CWA I
Introducing 'QuickKick'By

In Second RoundDale .How far Harry can Simmons a baseball Fliers Cop Pair HereThere

Reitenour's two run singleIn player go toward turning the is no cure for "snake.
sila (7-3)), but the Leathernecks
the first inning proved to be game into football? Here, in a bite" when playing away from found the right-handed offerings

the margin of victory for Jax I simulated major league setting home. The Fliers will vouch for
to their liking and pounded out
Navy as the locals edged by is a situation introducingthe that statement. two impressive wins.

CWA, 2-1. in the opener of sec- quick kick to the diamond. The locals were pounded twice

ond round play in Men's City Say the Boston Red Sox last week by Parris Island in the The Fliers' only consolation in

Softball League competition Mon- lead 4-3, as the St. Louis .,'i .. Leathernecks park 10-3 and 15-2 the series,was the fact that they
s44bi, v, stopped big John "Red" Stewa-
day night. Browns come to bat at Fen. but returned to Jacksonville to

Determined to improve their way Park at the top of the 0"ball7 post convincing margins over a rt's bid for a fourth consecutive
shutout scoring one run in the
standings in the current round eighth. Mike Goliat singles pair of City League opponents,
fourth to end the skein at 35 in-
robin of play the Fliers are at and reaches third on a doubleby How would you rule? RC. Motors and McDuff liard-

full strength now as Al Gonyea the next man up. Jim Answer ware. nings.
Rivera is walked. That loads Fliers Spoil Shutout String .
and Woodrow Perry both out of
R.C. Motors fell 13-8 while the
No interference hereUnder .
action with injured fingers, are the bases and the signal fora Fliers downed McDuff 128Navy's Parris Island came back in the

ready for their regular turn on squeeze is flashed. Section 7.09!, any 8-6 win over Sid Mack fifth to plate five runs and the locals

the slab. Freddie Marsh lays down a batter who deflects a batted picked up single runs in the
was held after a protest by
bunt that trickles into foul foul ball while running sixth and seventh to end their
Injuries throughout the latter the Mack manager was ruled le-
first is out. Section 7.05b penalizes
ground just over the third- scoring. A pair of Marine runs
part of the initial round cost the gal.
base line. As Goliat steams a fielder whose thrown in the seventh coupled with threein
Fliers the flag as key men were Mack Protest Upheld
down the line for home,' the glove touches a batted foul the eighth ran the final countto
taken from the lineup after the Play will bNe resumed from the
ball begins to curve back toward ball. But there is no rule in 10-3.
locals held a commanding lead top of the sixth with the Fliers
the book ,
fair territory. Goliat prohibiting a runnerfrot' Both nines collected eight hits,
over.Cecil Field and CWA. leading 72. At that point the
knowing that he will be out if third from reflecting a but McCaffrey issued 10 walks to
Coach Matt Fedak umpire ruled a Mack hitter was
was foul ball.
the ball rolls fair unceremon- spell defeat for Navy. Stewart
out because he failed to make the
about the
istic round
iously boots it back toward (Reprinted by special per- fanned 11 while McCaffrey fan.
stating, "If we can beat the injury the visitor's bench. mission of the Saturday Eve- proper report upon entering the ned six.

jinx we should go all the The Sox storm out of the ning Post, copyright 1952 by game. Lassila was on the slab Tues-
Navy threw its Sunday pitching
way. dugout, charging interference. the Curtis Publishing Com- day, but not for long, as the Islanders -
Island John McI"OAUU
punch at -
"None of the other loop clubs But-interference on a foul pany.) ,,, Q\ A .A L...".... sent him to the showersIn
lost men through the first round I II waiirey v to; ana vjuiutmnews; the second with six runs on a

but we had to play with a makeshift like number of hits. The winners

, team through the latter Seven Fast Bouts counted frequently through the

stages and it beat us out of the JAX AIR middle cantos before the Fliers

pennant." scored twice in the ninth to avoid
Feature StudentIntercompany
Gonyea limited CWA to one a shutout.

hit while his mates clubbed Mc- Take Advantage of Walks

Connell for eight. Both nines Go Johnny Carsello relieved Las

committed one error, but the Fliers portsSSFirst sila in the third but he gave four-

were flawless defensively in ANP( ) Students staged their ball pitches to 10 Marines and

the clutch and it proved, to be first intercompany smoker last the locals were never In the

the difference. Thursday night with clashes in game. Navy left only three run-

ners stranded as theyl! could garner -
When a good idea strikes, writeit seven weight divisions. The event but three safeties before the

down on a Beneficial Sugges- met with much success and is to Lt., ANP( ) SchoolIn ninth. Final count, 15-2.

tion ..formyou. may hit the top be continued in the future. Taking full advantage of 11

award. Moving out of the red corner NATTC Softball Playoff walks. the Fliers scored two runs

In the first inning against RC.
for the first victory, Hermonje
Motors without a hit to open a
Galvoa fought his way to a unan- I Special Services-First Lieu-
scoring parade that ended at 12-8.
tenant trounced the Marines 14-
imous decision in the 130 pound Many Take Advantage The losers came back with four
4, in the NATTC intramural soft-
class for the Reds. Teammate runs in their half but didn't
ball race to finish in a deadlock Of Free Tars Ducats
Dick Maki made it one more de- count again until the fourth and
with ANP) School as the first
MAINSIDE in the 140 class sixth, both times with two runs.
cision pound over round ended. Several units at NAS and
Thursday July 3 Dustin. It was 4-4 when Navy plated
Wyman ANP( ) School dropped a heart- NATTCenter have taken advan-
two in third
the and after trailing
"Narrow Margin" .... -
__ ._..Marie Windsor--- Dan O'Sullivan decisioned i i breaker to AE School, 4-0, to fall tage of the free tickets to the by a pair into the fifth the -
Howie Gosser in the into the tie.
Friday July 4 home games of the JacksonvilleTars. fliers assumed a lead they never -
class for the first Blue corner A two out-of-three game series
"Without Warning" ?.... ..n' .__.._. relinquished, scoring four
victory of the night. will be played by the league
.._.. ............Adam Williams As a reminder the tickets are times on a quartet of safeties
The Red rebounded leaders to determine the first
Saturday, July 5 .corner only given out in groups of 100 Dick Brock's triple driving in a
with TKO victory also in the round winner.
a ,
"Fort Worth" ._..Randolph Scott or less, to variqus units. Tickets brace.
welter class when Albert Hall First Round StandingsWON Three runs in the sixth and two
Sunday, July 6 will not be given out individually. -
"Diplomatic Courier" ........ .... ...... pasted Joe Krause in the fifth S and let Lt. 18 4 .
of the evening. S
_h.._..... .._.Tyrone Power event School 17 5 .772 A Jax AIR NEWS representative attack as Brock came to life for

Monday, July 7 Harold Fletcher, welter drop- Air AN Ships Maint.CO. 13 14 8 9 :.591.636 will visit a unit squadron, the first time this season to drivein

"Snow White And The Seven ped the second Blue corner event Medical 12 10 .455 department or division each five runs on three hits. Jim

Dwarfs" Disney Feature when Gene Etters took a split de- AO AK SthooU Students ]10 0 12 12 .455.455 night the Tars are at home and Coughlin and John McCaffreyboth

Tues. & Wed., July 8-9 cision. Jim Wilson took the first Personnel 5 S 17 17 ..227.227AO distribute the tickets. Tickets are had a trio of hits.

"Jack & The Beanstalk" TKO for the Reds in the fraces Marines Ships Co. 5 4 18 17 ,181.227 only good on the date designated. Jim Richey received credit for

_.. ...Abbott & Costello from John Baxter in a middle- Personnel must have their own the win his first of the season

NATTCENTER weight go. "Couldn't you think of anything ID card for admission. against one defeat. A home run

: Thursday July 3 In a heavyweight melee Bry- better than coming home in this Tickets have already been distributed pitch to third baseman Durrance .

.. "High Noon" .. Gary Cooper son Hill Blue TKOed Morry drunken condition?.." ; in the past to VP-3 Fas- was the only extra base blow the

Friday, July <4< Beard in 51 seconds of the first "Yessh m'dear," answered the ron 109, VJ-2, VP-5, and ANP) Navy hurler allowed.

"Fort Worth" ...Randolph Scott round to end the evening's fisjcuffing. inebriated husband "but she was School at NATTCenter and other Art DiCesare made it two

Saturday, July 5 out of town." | scattered units. league wins without a defeat ashe .\
"Without Warning" ...- .,. .....w... set down McDuff 12-8. How-

___ ....Adam Williams ever, he needed help from Rich-
Sunday m July 6 Arc Frays To Feature 3rd Round IM Play I ey in the sixth as the losers

bunched four hits for
"Cripple Creek" _.... .. ....__ runs
.. .. George MontgomeryMon. Third round competition in both leagues of NAS intramural to threaten. .
& Tues, July '-I Softball opens Monday with each circuit cut to eight teams. Winnersof ices announced that this would Coughlin Injures Leg
of still undetermined, make- be the last round of play and The local wood sounded
.. the second phase play are pending early
"Diplomatic Courier" ...._. _
up games, but at press time it appeared that Hospital in the National that immediately following the scoring three in the first and five
.... ..... .....Tyrone l Power, and Fasron 109 in the American circuit would annex theirrespective
9 Loop_.:.._ .:.Ift July 29 closing date plans would in the second as Bob Stefanich,
Wednesday July
: uues. be made for a playoff to deter- Jim Floto and John McCaffrey
the American
VJ-2 held the key to -
"Snow White And The S eve nDwarfs"
a Fasron 109 VP-861 and VJ-62, mine the NAS champion. each had three hits' Mc-
..... 4. Disney Feature league flag as they had a while the National division will apiece.
League standings: Caffrey tripled in the second with
of make to play
//II NAVAL HOSPITAL pair up games
109 and VP-861 the foe. be composed of Infirmary, Photo Americas I..e the bases jammed for the big
Thursday July 3 Fasron Teas W L

"The Wild Heart" ............._ Should the Hurricane Hunters Lab O&G, Supply Commissary, Hospital Store and, FAW11. O&R- HAW.1 Jo'asron 109... ...___ 9 9 2 1 blow of the game.

_no .....Jennifer Jones I defeat the Fasronites and lose to V P-861! .....-... 8 2 Coughlin was out with an injured -
2 but Coach
leg McCaffreysaid
Friday, July 4 the Patrolmen the league would V P.3 ...... ......."""" .......... 8 3

.': '"Sally & St. Anne" .. .Ann Blyth end in a four way tie and a play To Play Under Lights VJ-2 Fasron... Six ............ ......... 6 5 5 4 he expected the long hitting
.. Action will be held on only outfielder to be in for
: Sat. & Sun., July 5-6 off necessary. V F-174 ;:::::::::.....__ 2 9VF173 shape the
five diamonds this round the 1 10ComF'air coming series with Orlando Air
. "High Noon" ....... Gary Cooper 16 Teams BattleIn ; ',lax 0 11
If. is addition of the Enterprise layout \10'.171 ...._ 0 11 Force Base Monday and Tuesdayon
Monday, July 7 the senior circuit Hospital intramural athletes a FaeTULa m.... ..... .'.........._,j'0 11
giving the road.
"Cripple Creek"George.._....._._. In front but still has four gamesto NaIi..al L.R.e I

_.. _.. Montgomery play. Boasting a 6-0 record the chance to compete under the arcs. Teas Hospital .. ...... ...... .m.........._W 6 I.0 Parris Island pays an) unwanted -,
Fields ready for use are Saratoga Infirmary 2 I visit to Mason Field Thursday -
win Com- "
Tuesday, July 8 corpsmen need a over Commissary; Slore{ ==, I 1VJ62

"Without Warning"' .._.......... .._._ I missary Store to Ice their second Yorktown, Albemarle, Hospital ,Operations".............._.. 6 3 2 and Friday July 10-11 while
and Enterprise.All i single league with R.C.
consecutive title. .._._ games
..____. ... Adam Williams I
Wednesday July 9 American league entries for games will start at 1530 ex- NARTU _. 2 4Phpptoy Motors and Hardage & Sons are

third round include VJ-2, cept those on Enterprise that get L--a--b---- --- 2 6 slated for July 3 and July 9 respectively -
"Diplomatic Courier" ,_ .._ I the
: 0&0 ..... .. 1 !5
.Tyrone Power VP-S, HAW-1, VP-3 Fasron Six, underway at 1930. Special Serv- FAW.11 1 6 "'j



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Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 3 July i952CLASSIflED

r ," ". Cecil Field Given

,:, '
(Continued from Page 1)

Anceney served as an instructorat i
(Items offering: for sale articles
Christi! and
Corpus ; gunnery i
of property such as washing machines photographic officer of VP-151

automobiles, furniture, radios in the Pacific, and flight test division I

: clothing and the like are pro officer in O & R at Quonset 1
hibited by Defense Department
Point, R. I.
regulations. This column will,
Anceney Is Exec
however, list such services as I
General Line Schoolat
available housing, rides wanted, Following I

lost and found articles, and other Monterey, he was Industrial I
Relations and Shore Patrol officer I
similar notices.)
at Port Lyautey, until his assignment ,
to Cecil in 1952.
Single and dble. rms., 1718 Mar
'From Bozeman, Mont., Lcdr. i
garet st. Mrs. R. L. Bramlett
Ph. 2-9342. \, Anceney is a graduate of Montana .

Will share home with eple. 2965 r. State College. C1
'" Lcdr. Ferdinand J. Plumer, ad. :
Dellwood. Mrs. Ed. W. Hart, .' "
; :",/i 1i ministrative officer at Cecil, received .
Ph. 2-7843. :
I his wings at Corpus Christi -
Furn. 2-rm. & bath apt.,, 508 Milwaukee ON TIlE AIR-Here's an overall shot of last Sunday's broadcast of NATTCen-
Ave., Orange Park. Dr- ter's radio program "Barrage of Music." The show is aired weekly from the stage of NATTCenter in 1941 where he then servedas '
ris Wilson. auditorium and features the NATTCats along; with guest vocalists. Aired over Station WIVY on an instructor. His combat assignments
Sunday afternoons at 1730, the show Is written, produced, directed and engineered exclusively by include maintenance
2-bdrm. unfurn. apt., 2966 Downing NATTC personnel. The public is invited to attend the broadcasts.. officer of VB-149, Atlantic Fleet;
St. E. F. Clausen, ext. 397.
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Furn. 5-rm. apt., 4615 Merrimac, Even The Bugs Can't Take Itl! a tour with the Balkan Air Forceat
National Blood Drive Brindisi, Italy; and duty with
Lake Shore. B. F. Hamilton, Ph.
2-0864. To Commence In July Commander-In-Chief, 8th Fleet
Heat Prostration Brings Welcome Staff during the invasion of
Widow will share home with cple.

3628 Ernest St. Mrs. Rose Ruff, Two new blood collection Southern France.
Ph. 2-5537. Dent In Local Mosquito Population campaigns were launched this Before being assigned to Cecil

month by civilian groups in Field in Sept. 1950, he was administrative
Furn. rm. 2596 Post St. Mrs. Perla ._
There i&one bright spot in the officer of VC-4 at
connection with the establishment -
Jones, Ph. 77201. perversely appear to enjoy a nice
r Will share home, 865 Mikael Ave. record-breaking heat wave that dry heat spell, it is a good timeto of the National Blood Atlantic City, New Jersey. Lcdr.
has engulfed Jacksonville, along Plumer's home is Lawton Iowa
Program which will replacethe
Murray Hill. Mrs. Hutsell. plan backyard picnics duringthe
with the rest of the Southeast, Armed Forces Blood Pro and he is a gradute of Iowa "
Furn. bath. 2646 Her- cool evenings, which now
i rm., pvt. can
these last several weeks. It hasn'tdone
schel. Mrs. C. H. Barrett, Ph. be done with reasonable assure gram July 1, 1952. State College. .
the mosquito population any 1.1 1
81411. ance of freedom from attack by The Jewish War Veteransand
good either! Navy Rocket Plane Set
Furn 3-bdrm. house. 4317 Colonial biting mosquitoes. the Red Cross, coordinating -
Ave., Fairfax Manor. Lt. The fact is, according to Lcdr. their efforts with federal World Altitude Record '
Kenneth L. Knight, officer-in-
Smith, ext. 226. The Malaria and Mosquito agencies under one plan, or- Washington (AFPS) The ::
of the Malaria and Mos
Single & dble. furn. rms., pvt. charge quito Control Unit at the Naval Control Unit celebrated its third ganized a month-long project Navy's Douglas Skyrocket plane r

& semi-pvt. baths, 2601 Park. anniversary July 2 as a perma- called "Play Ball America reached a new world's altitude
Station the stretch of
Air long
Mrs. S. R Houston, Ph 82770. nently established center of train. Give That They May Live." mark of more than 79,000 feet
hot dry weather has had a decidedly
Furn. garage apt., $40 per mo. effect the ing naval reserve entomologists, Organized baseball will help during tests conducted last sum ;
curbing on activities
610 Nelson. Dorris Bryant; Ph. of the "biting" varieties. conducting research and testing promote the campaign, which mer according to Navy authorU :

6-9122. insecticides, and controlling insect will run from June 15 through h

Will share home 2163 Phyllis St. a pests in the local naval area. July 15. Collections of blood ties.The needle-nosed plane was released '

Mrs. Dodd.'Ph. 7-4788 or 78223. Although, he said, there are Open house for visitors was held within the Armed Forces con- from a B-29 bomber at the

Furn. 2-rm. apt., $12,50 per week. still plenty of the non-biters Wednesday afternoon, completewith tinue indefinitely under the 35,000-foot mark over Muroc,

1511 Barrs. Nelson Spurgeon, around, the biters thrive only in National climb.
birthday cake and candles.Parking program.-AFPS) Calif., to make its record
Ph. 8-2407. cool wet weather, and have drop a as The previous altitude record was

Furn. 3-rm. cottage opp. NAS, .I ped so much in numbers through made by two Army balloonists in ,"
Air Base Trailer Park. Contact June that the Unit has curtailed
Outside For The Record 1935 when they ascended more
Park. Ph. : considerably its fogging and
Mrs. Schulz, Orange than 72,000 t I Ph. 2-5410. 1 spraying operations. North Gate Is (Continued from Page 3)) I > ,

Business woman would like to A close check on the insect "Mom, where did I come from?" ;

share 2 bdrm. home. Mrs. I marauders is kept by use of light I Now IllegalIllegal ANSWERS Tommy asked one evening when

James, Ph. 98-1211 after 1700. traps. The five traps at the sta- 1. New Hampshire, 13 miles. he arrived home from school. His .
parking zone outside the
Unfurn. 4-rm. apt., also single tion normally cage an average of 2. 1867. mother, a very sincere woman, I.,
Main Gate of the Naval Air Station
furn. rm. 627 Edison Ave., Mrs. about 15 biting species nightly.I 3. Arizona, 1912. resolved to tell him everything.;
has officially been extendedto
E. F. Herring, Ph. 4-3248. I This level has dropped within the I She explained in great detail so ,
the North Gate. State "NoParking" 4. John Hancock.
Furn. rm. w/kit. pvt. 3642 Ernest, past two weeks to as low as zero, he would understand. When she
signs last 5. None. The Union Jack .
were put
Murray Hill Mrs. Neal, Ph. 2- indicating that even mosquitoeshave up ap- I finished, he said. "I'm glad you .

8126 or 8-4411. their problems when the Saturday. peared in the upper left cornerof told me. Johnny Jones says hot ,

FOR SALE I thermometer soars above 90 de Personnel using any of this l hie 13 red and white stripes. came from Georgia. I;

3 bdrm. bungalow kit., equipped. grees. area are strongly urged to move I rjSPii1h
their cars and discontinue the
CI equity, $44.50 per mo. 2944
West 12th. W. R. Costello. "Of course the situation may use of this portion of the high- NOTE OF THANKSI I

34 bdrm., Hi bath, solid brick change radically over night," way for parking. would like to express my

home. FHA firianced 1283 Wolfe Lcdr. Knight warned. "If we Within the next five days, sincere all J

St. Mrs W. T. Gibbs, Ph. 2- should get a few hard rains, no state police will tow parked cars appreciation

4284 or 8-5980 doubt we would be right back in away and the owner will find those who contributed so gen- .

3-bdrm. brick house, w/attached I'the spraying; business." I- himself paying $35 or $ro in fines erously in my hour of need. .,

garage. $11,500. Approximately Meanwhile, he said, except for and towing charges to recover Mrs. C, W. Hunt

$2,600 down. Comdr. W. C. Riv- an abundance of sand flies, which his automobile. \
ers, 4612 Cardinal Blvd Ph. 8- ---------------1
1607. Scouting: Squadrons Operation SHARP i .

5-rm. house, kit. equipped, low (Continued from Page 4))

down payment, $42.20 per mo. I, Legate, AD3; George Mosier, Best Finish To Limerick !.-'
1284 Rennselaer Avondale. .
AD3; Dwight Hester, AD3; Joe
E. Rowe, Ph. 8-6550. E.I Stachowiak, AD3; Dave Paul,

27 ft. house trailer, 1949 Liberty. ADS Tom Alexander, AMAN
I ; ;
$800 equity. Mrs. Rudd, Butt'sI Frank Dailey, AN; Jim Curren, Wins More Cash Prizes

Trailer Park, Lot No. 45. 1 AN; George Griffis, AN; Dan >",1

MISCELLANEOUSRide Leone AN Art Willits AA and
; ,
Finish the limerick win '
following and more cash in Operation ;- Ii.
wanted from Ramona Blvd.at Vic Izzo, AA.Congratulations. SHARP. Best finish line to the limerick will win $7.50 cash first a ..$ I

Love Ave. 07301600. W. W. ere in order prize. Second prize is worth $2.50. fI"

Williams, ext. 328 I for Henry Prager, AD3, on his
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Ride wanted for two from Pilaris receiving official notification of

4700 block in Murray Hill to the successful completion of the Sue and Bert had an awful vacation

NAS Day Nursery. 0700. Mrs.. USAFI correspondence course in What spoiled it? A sort of flirtation?

Smith, Ph. 8-5064. practical English usage. Prageris Oh, no, not a 'stranger \

Baby sitter available. Cecile Bowen trying to earn his high school But flirting with danger ''

} 2031 Herschel. Ph. 77660. diploma through USAFI courses. j,

Baby sitter available day or Proudly sprouting the three .. .- -.
night. Mrs. Dodd, 2163 PhyllisSt. green stripes of an Airman is .TFj.ih.( ;; this Line) _

., Ph. 7-4788 or 7-8223. Mickey Smith who was notifiedof

Found & his advancement in rating 1 t
: engagement --- '
:(Name) "RankRatew
rings and watch. Owner contact June. .

Miss Stover, Carburetor Shop, Harold J. Richer, ADC, has .' '
been transferred to the USS _. .,
O&R, ext. 583. Miss Gibson. "
I I Wasp's ship's company in a swap ((Activity") Phone NoT SWEDISH SWEETIE-Anita
(Clip along the dotted line) Ekberg, 20, won a visit to the r"
Navy wife: "When we were with Arvil Burch, ADC. Burch, U. S. by capturing the title of

first married you said I had a an old hand in transport squad Miss Sweden of 1951, has cashed .
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shape like a sleek and beautiful rons, is experiencing his firststint in on her accomplishment.'
ship." i in a fighter unit. Everybody 1 Complete the limerick, clip from paper, and forward to Box 22, A movie talent scout spotted :.
1 NAS, not later than July 11, 1952. More than one entry ,WILL be her and signed her to a seven- 1-1 '
CPO: "Yeah-but your cargo : in the squadron wishes the chief accepted. Prize money will be awarded on July 25, 1952 Watch year contract with Universal-
lifted. I a "welcome aboard." i for next week's Operation SHARP. International.r" .