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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
September 4, 1952


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Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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TRAFFIC CONGESTION ANSWER-Efforts to alleviate congestion at the photo) : ( ) turn-off lanes will permit east
main gate during morning: and evening rush hours has taken another step for I passage turn-off for inbound traffic to
ward with the widening of the boulevard with turn-off lanes for north (left station ,,1

. Capt. Helfrich I I Dependents Must 1

Have New Pass "

Takes Post Of Ij I

j -......- After Sept. 30 f'

Supply OfficerCapt. i VOL-10 No. 22 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, September 30, 1952 will be .r

the last day that the old type .

Dependents Gate Pass will
Norman A. Helfrich ? I: last week relieved Comdr. the Security department has

Charles L. Loring as Supply announced.

and Fiscal officer of the Na- Concurrent with this announce

al Air Station, and Supply Of- .: 'F is the notice that on the
of the Sixth NaVal Dis : : date the Navy Exchange

.ficer. the Commissary Store will .. -
aw' ;
Loring will resume his k to honor the old type pass"
duties as executive assistant to : for their activities.

the Supply and Fiscal officer. i ;L 4)J"i Combined Pass
Here From Norfolk %
I Appearing on the new com
Capt. Helfrich comes to NAS
pass are the Dependent
Jax from Norfolk, Va., where he
Pass, Commissary Store
was Fleet and Force Supply officer -
Navy Exchange Pass, and
Atlantic Fleet. Previouslyhe
Activities Pass.
had been located at the Naval'Gun

Factory, Washington, D. C., In order to get the new pass
as officer-in-charge of the Ordnance that is required is for the de

Stock Office.In to report to the Pass and .

1946.48, Capt. Helfrich as ; .'T.'IIi.. ,u..,.. .,.. Office in Building -
9 and present the old Depend-
officer-in-charge of Transportation NEW SUPPLY-FISCAL OFFICER-Capt.. Norman A. !
Division, Bureau of Supply I Inch (left), new Supply and Fiscal officer of NAS and Gate Pass. Upon issuance the
and Accounts, Washington, D. C., officer of the Sixth Naval District, goes over construction pass will be verified by the \
initiated* a program to establish with Comdr Charles L. Loring, his predecessor. Captain office for admission at the
relieved Comdr. Loring1 last week. Comdr. Loring; will
Gate, Navy Exchange, and
Navy Central Freight Control offices to serve as assistant to Captain Helfrich.
to expedite handling of material Activities.

in a more economical man No Need For Confusion Certain ProceduresIf

ner throughout the Navy. At the the dependent is presently

present time, these offices are located All Hands Always AdvisedOn I I a valid Commissary Store
in five key cities. the number from that will

Class of '26 recorded on the new combined

A native of East St. Louis, III.! I by the Yard Office at that

Capt. Helfrich graduated from Hurricane ProgressApproaching and will then be good for

the Naval Academy in 1926. Dur- I in the Commissary Store.

ing his naval career he has serv- However, if the dependent does
hurricanes and should be of
are ( hold valid card
ed as Supply and Disbursing of. a for the
to all aboard the station. But central
concern personnel Store then It will
ficer at sea in battleships, de. be
teries of command become hubs of confusion caused
can > >
stroyer divisions and Navy transport to apply at the store to
personnel in their efforts to keep informed officials I
and on shore at Naval Ship the number stamped on the
yard, a Naval Supply Depot, Aviation pass.
Now with the possibility of an- I
Supply Depots, Naval Air other big blow on the way, it is sue of the Jax Air News, (Please Turn to Page Z, Cot.! 2)
Stations, and Staff Supply Du herewith repeated for the !
stressed by the Commanding Officer
ties. mation of all hands.BASICALLY I
that all personnel will be
Served At P. II. Fleet Activities
forewarned by the setting of Hur '
This is his second Naval Air the Aircraft j
ricane Security Conditions. In ad- *
Station assignment. During World ricane Evacuation Bill
dition, the Commanding Officer I Hail Arrival Of
War II, Capt. Helfrich, from 1942 will keep all personnel fully ad- the procedure to be observed _
to 1944, was Supply Officer at the evacuation of aircraft and
vised of the progress of the hur
(Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 3)) it safe storage of aircraft. It New
ricane, when may be expected Chaplain
lists the conditions
stages or
to hit this area within 12 hours. .
BLOOD BANK e alert. Lcdr. John H, Montgomery has
I Condition III indicates the
duties of Fleet Chaplain,
THIS information will be relayed I'
BOX SCORE through department heads of a hurricane, has been Lt. S. Kenneth John. '

No. Quot Per- and division officers, who are in tively established and who left this week for as
preparations should be made
at the Naval Air Sta
Sch. !Met cent turn entrusted with passing on I
(Please Turn to Page 8, Col. ) .
Corpus Christ!
FAW 11 13 28 215.3NATTC the information to their person -- --
253 323 127,6Oper. nel. Will Conduct Services .

12 12 100.0 e7t t In addition to his function a*
Last week when hurricane I
Fla. Mil Dis 5 5 100.0 warnings were issued, central of- counselor for Fleet personnel

Comm. -4 4 100.0 fices were flooded with telephonecalls I Chaplain Montgomery will con
duct the 1045 service at All
IRD 2 2 100.0
tying up the station switch-
Saints Chapel beginning in/ September
Medical 2 2 100.0 board, and generally disruptingthe
Pub Works 24 23 95.8 communication system of the : and alternating monthly
Spec. Sery' 4 3 75.0 I station. with Capt. Charles A. Dittmar, .

Res. Fleet 85 62 72.9 Senior Station Chaplain.
NARTU 7 4 57.1 No Stranger
ComFairJax 94 47 50.0 I PERSONNEL are requested not 1 Chaplain Montgomery Is not a
to make unnecessary calls, and
AIM 4 2 50.0 stranger to this area, having
Hospital 21 10 47.6 : to wait for instructions from served as pastor of a church: at
their immediate supervisor. In ;tp
Supply 27 10 37,0 Green Cove Springs. While there
the meantime all personnel should
Admin. 3 1 33.3 he also established and directedthe
familiarize themselves with the
Cecil Field 16 5 31.2 Hospitality House for sere
Hurricane Security Bill, and per- icemen.
O&11 115 33 26.6
sonnel concerned with aircraft I A native of Grove City, Pa.,
Grn. COVE 35 9 25.7 ..
: should study the Aircraft Hurri- ----- ---- '" y......
Engineers 13 0 0.0 Chaplain Montgomery graduatedfrom
cane Evacuation Bill NEW FLEET CII.\PLAIN-Ledr. John II. Montgomery, who
Grove and later
City College
Marines 10 0 0.0 has begun his duties as fleet chaplain, confers with his yeoman, ,
A condensation of these bills
Dental 1 0 0.0 Donald II. LeMay, SA, prior to moving in his new office In Build I graduated from the Princeton
was published in the June 23 is- ing 200. Theological Seminary. l

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Two JAX AIR NEWS 4 September 1952

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Report From Washington 1

Jt1 R tol-IDS Faulty(MOP ApplicationsFor Claims .Living Vets Of War, Service _

Returned To 15,000' j
Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air

Station Jacksonville, Fla. Washington (AFPS)-Nearly Haw Total 19,288,000
NAS Jacksonville 15,000 of the 50,000 applica- I :,
Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree .___.Commanding Officer f A
Comdr. James H. _. tions received for musteringout -
Armstrong. ,? --- ----Executive Officer (My Armed Forces Press Service)
Lt. Dave Barksdale Public Information Officer pay have been returned to in four years.

Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear veterans for more information, Living U. S. veterans of all .

Adm. Osborne B. Hardison. ._ Commander the Department of the Army wars and peacetime military ser- Army staff coordination is be.
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins____,_ __ Chief of Staff has announced. vice totaled 19,288,000 as of June
ing completed on the
Fleet Air Wing Eleven Most of.the rejections were 30, 1952 the Veterans Adminis-

Capt. Arthur S. Born ._... ______..... Commander caused by failure to submit the tration announces. The total in. change which will authorize
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton ..Chief Staff Officer original copy of the veteran's eludes 921,000 veterans of service wearing blue adornments on the

Naval Air Technical Training Center report\ of separation failure to since the Korean conflict; 15- uniform of infantrymen. The authority .

Capt. Lester K. Rice_..___ Commanding Officer fill out the application form 369,000 veterans of WWII and will be contained i irA
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart__.. Executive '
Officer completely or failure to send 3,919,000 of all other wars and change to SR 600-60-1 Offici.

Naval Hospital in one or the other of these peacetime service. New York top- that will be
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton___...__.Commanding Officer two documents. the states with 1,925,000 vet- report supplies aval-
Capt. ,T. F. Wemert ..._..__ Executive Officer ped and able on Oct., 1, effective date for
Enlisted from WWII
.personnel and offi- erans, 1,600,000 the change.
NARTU cers below the grade of major 325,000 from other wars and .
Capt. Easton B. Noble... ._.Commanding Officer *
and lieutenant service.
Comdr. Anthony Trusso_ Executive Officer commander peacetime A Wave officer Lt. Mary C,
wh6 have served in the Arm- *
Bellas, it the first woman to attend -
The JAX AIR NEWS tl published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station. ed Forces at any time since The Air Force is negotiatingfor Psychological Warfare
Jacksonville, Florida, and printed commerciallyvlth 1 non-appropilaled funds June 27, 1950, are eligible for
lit no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P35. Rev the storage of aviation gaso- School Ft. Bragg. C. She is
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the the payments after separationfrom in "desalted"salt
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Naval Auxlllaiy Air Station, Cecil Field, and the Service. line under ground enrolled in a new 12-week course.
the U. S. Naval Hospital. pockets in the midwest. A *
Editor-Andrew H. Planey Exact sums are: $100 for less similar system has been used "
Staff Members: Mary Bixiones, JOSN; Dave Devroy SN; John than 60/days service; $200 for 'successfully in the southwest for Publication of "Korea, 1950 a
Charvat AN; Ed Nellist, J03; Helen Harper.The more than 60 days service; and 281 page pictorial history of the
JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Seri Ice the storage of liquified petroleumgas. first six months of the conflictin
$300 for than 60
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not he lepilnted withoutthe more days .
written permission of Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of otheimatter service including foreign duty. Korea, has been announced by
Editor: JAX except IJfN service, publications, Is prohibited without permission of a the Government Printing Office. ,

Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extension Junior: My pop has a wooden According to Public Law 567, It is available from the Superin
8184 and 216. 82nd Congress, military personnelwho tendent of Documents.. government -
leg and it pains him somethingawful.
have been on active duty 90 Printing Office, Washington

Today The World Needs Men days or more may ignore the pay- 25, D. C., (Catalog No. D 114.2 A

Playmate: How can a wooden I ment of income tax on profits de- 84)) at $1.25 for the paperbouiffvolume.
It Takes A Man To Choose Right leg pain him rived from the sale of their The book contains 321

Junior: My Mom hits him on homes, provided such profits are photographs with captions, plus
the head with it. I reinvested in another home with- several -
When The Wrong Is So I maps.. .

( is the eighth of a series of articles in connection with the l mm f.'" Maj. Gen Edwin A. Pollock
V .l will take command of the First
ervice-wide program, Protection of Moral Standards). V ;? 'ftfiEAM* <> ** : Marine Division in Korea about

Capt. Leonidas D. Coates ; *.. > Sept. 1, Marine Corps Headquarters J

has announced. The divi- !
Each and every one of us has a code by which we sion's present commander Maj.

live. This code is built on a combination of rights and ,.. :" Gen. John T. Selden. will returnto

responsibilities. As individuals we have certain rights ". .. Marine Corps Headquartersfor
which no man can take from us, but to enjoy these '. a new assignment. Gen. Pol-

rights we are made responsible for our acts. ,' lock is now commander of the
,: Second Marine Division at Camp
We are created free because we are created with '

a free will. We are free to choose between right and ,. 'h..... Jt1 .. 1 Lejeune, N. C.. .
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wrong. It takes a man to choose the right over the 'tf <
.. ; A study looking toward the de-
wrong when the wrong so often appears more attrac- :; ; .W: "' ';i:(: -6
tive. It takes a man to stand up and act to prevent a ; : "Y' velopment of navigational aids
; 4 ?aa' aa4n..f for helicopters has been initiatedby
when inactivity would be the It takes Z rf.
wrong easy way. ti* \ N "" "'
a man to choose and do the right when it would be more -i1' "" 'Wi\ *<#-. ?''' ; i ti 1 ,, ', ::Jt'>>;f' "-'. t the Air Navigation Develop-
to follow the crowd. f. & ,,' :> :"'1 ; ment Board, a joint militarycivil -
simple W, : ,, ;/ :
\ The board hopes to
'f y ,, agency.
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Today the world needs men. The world needs strong, WARNING SIGNALS Now in operation are two traffic requirements of helicopters as
determined and fearless men; not weak spineless fear- lights warning motorists of activity of aircraft along runwayNo. their range increases both in the
ful immature men. A boy just doesn't attain manhoodby 1. The lights located on Albemarle at Mustin and Albemarle I *
merely having had so. birthdays he becomesa at Hoyt, are in green position at all times, except when aircraftare
The largest classes in the his-
operating on runway No. 1. When the light is red, westbound I
man when he acts like one, and not until then. In traffic will be detoured left on Hoyt and eastbound traffic will tory of the Naval War Collegewere i
other words when he begins to choose the right bver turn right on Mustin. Motorists failing to heed the signal will be graduated recently at New- '

wrong because he knows it's right. Some boys reach given traffic violation tickets. port, R. I., when 183 officers of

manhood early in life. They are not easily led astray, the Armed Forces and civilian

because they stand on their own two feet and refuseto CPL. KEMPLIN representatives of government

be led by irresponsible "haranguers." agencies received diplomas the

HIGH IN AN I I Department of the Navy announces. -

The "haranguer" can sway the immature and the GRAD CLASS FADM William F. Halsey,,
Irresponsible because these do not have the fortitude to USN, made the presentations.
(By Armed Forces Press Service) '
stand up and say it's wrong but the men act on their Cpl. William L. Kemplinhas POT POURI .

own initiative and choose the right because it is right. taken class honors in the 1. What is the present principalsource Twenty-four senior students

The men are responsible and can be depended on to do recent Marine class graduating of commercial chloro- from 15 dental schools in this

what is right at all times. at NATTCenter's Airman phyll country have been selected by the

Preparatory School. Army for dental Internship be-
How do you class )'ourself-as a man or a boy? number 2. Robert Fulton launched his
Kemplin was one ginning Aug. 1. Students
The Navy has a man's job to do; there's no place in it student out of the 230 Marines first successful steamboat in the
for Be be U. S. in 1807. When and where
boys. a man, responsible. who made up class 7A of the
did he launch his first, though
eight-week course.
unsuccessful, steamboat? '

ifi DIVINE 1ft DependentsContinued Corps Entering in Novem-the 3 What country separates Swe- PREVENTHOME
den and Russia. .
( from Page 1) ber of '51 for a .
4. What was the first coin minted
\SERVICES)' If a person does not have a he two-year formerlyat hitch, in the U. S.? FIRES'age

dependents at the was 5. Baseball is said
gate pass present to stem from
Protestant I time the Security department Armco Steel,' the English game called "rounders. -
0800-General. Communion Service ." What game do Americans
Small Chapel. urges that the necessary steps be Middletown, O. |
play that is called "fives" in England -
0830-Morning Service All Saints taken to acquire one. All that is On completion] vole ? .

Chapel. necessary is for the servicemanto of the Airman? 6. How does English bowling
Prep School.Kempin '
0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. request the proper form from > Kemplinfor differ from American bowling?
1045-All Saints Chapel. (Answers Page 8, Col. 1)
his personnel officer and then
Catholic08000900TMass school in Aviation Elec- > {
I have his wife present the form tronics. Kemplin stated that, '
Destroyers Complete Tour
St. Edward's
properly filled out and authenticated "My time hasn't been wastedto
Chapel. I be transferred to Memphisat Four Navy destroyers completing t ,i
1000 Mass, St. Edward's Chapel. at the Pass and Identification all If I continue in the a tour of duty with the 7th ''g

0645-Mass at Hospital ChapeL office. Corps, electronics is a fasci- Fleet off Korea have returned to 1

Mormon Even with the new card it will nating field to work in, and if the U. S. after circling the globe. t '1

1930-Tuesday-NATTC Chap- still be necessary to retain your I decide to return to my civil- The DD's, which made their re-

lain's office. old depnedents medical card ian job, the experience gain- turn via the Mediterranean are: t tt

Christian Science. since the new cards do not pro- ed in the service will be invaluable USS Laffey USS Lowrey USS t '

1900-Tuesday-NATTC Chap- vide room for listing more than to me.'., James C. Owens and USS Doug- \

lain's office. one dependent. las H. Fox.-AFPS),




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4 September 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Thr"e yo


Educational Opportunities Available

, f'<, .... Rlar-A No Serviceman Should Suffer From Lack Of Education 1if'

No one need suffer for lack ferent fields are now availableto used in the best universitiesand year's college. Many collegesand

J of educational opportunitieswhile military personnel aboardthe high schools. universities will accept
in the service. The Unit- station, courses running The handicap of not havinga these tests in lieu of college
,j The following personnel ed States Armed Forces Institute from elementary high schoolto high school diploma may be entrance examinations. i

changes have been effected with- (USAFI), fostered by the college level. rectified by these courses. Most Although the institute can-
in the past week at Naval Hos- Army during the last'war' has All text books ,are free and high schools will accept credit not promise that all collegeswill
l pital. blossomed into a service-wide become the property of the toward graduation from this give full credit to a successful .'

New arrivals include Capt.! educational system that is student upon registration. Ini- institute. USAFI course many
Charles R. Moon, here from the both cheap and worthwhile. tial fee is a very nominal $2.00 will accept the student with

Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, Available to anyone who de- which will be the only cost to Also offered are General Education full credits, thereby enablinga

Navy Department, Washington, sires them are correspondencecourses the student as long as he con- tests which give art serviceman to work towarda
C. Capt noon will be Chief of selfteachingcourses, tinues in his program. appraisal of a student's gen- degree while still in the ser-
.rgery. educational advice and infor- eral educational accomplishment. vice.

Comdr. Everett J. Olenick here mation., An Important fact that manydo These tests, if success- Full particulars can be had
from U. S. Naval Hospital, Guantanamo not realize is that text ful, are honored by all serv- by consulting the Education

Bay Cuba. He will be< Over 100 courses in 38 dif- books are identical to those ices as the equivalent of a Center, Building 955, Mainside.

attached to the eye, ear, nose and .

throat clinic.Lt. .., ., Y. '
(jg) James H. Ennes (MC) Lcdr. Schmehl : -:- Births -:-
and Lt. Mary J. Beidelschies:
(NC) from the U. S.: S. Conso- Listed below are the births as
lation (AH-15)), and Lt. (jg) Ends Long w reported by the Naval Hospital -M

Elizabeth L. Evans (NC). Lt. (jg!) between the period Aug. 11 and

Eli Larson (MC), here from U. Service StintLcdr. jI Aug. 20.William.

S. Naval Hospital, Chelsea Mass. 'ma? S. Badgley, AC3, and
4 Charles C. Schmehl, as- Mrs. Badgley, boy, 8 Ibs., 1 oz.,
sistant production officer of the 11.WaUace.
Comdr. Gordon W. SchwalbeDC
( ) has been released to inac- Overhaul and Repair Depart- I L. Lightfoot, AD1, and
ment at NAS, retires today after : Mrs. Lightfoot 3 Ibs. 12
tive duty. boy, "
The following nurses have 31 years in the Navy. 4/ ozs.-Aug. 13.

been transferred to the U. S. NaA11 When he enlisted in Chicagoas f \\f* John F. McManaman, AD2, and

Hospital, Camp Lejuene, N. an apprentice seaman back in Mrs. McManaman, boy, 7 Ibs.,
r Ensigns Viola M. Partaker, 1921, his plans' for the future 14',i ozs.-Aug. 14. '

Amy L. Pilgrim, Gilda S. Rot- were vague. But Navy life suited James J. O'Brien, ADI, and

berg Dorothy G. Valincius and him.His Mrs. O'Brien, boy, 7 Ibs., 11 ozs.
Dorothy A Zlotek. first duty was aboard the I -Aug. 14.Charles.

Robert Bryan, HN, transferredto Battleship North Dakota. Since : t A. Ott, Jr., PR3, and
U. S. Naval Medical School, then he served twice with squadrons Mrs. Ott, girl, 7 Ibs., 13 ozs..

Bethesda, Md. Aloysius F. at the Naval Academy and .l _d ._.. _.___ __ Aug. 15.
Fink, HMl, received for duty with squadrons in the Pacific m Lee L. Davison, FPl, and-Mrs.
FAMILY out 31 of naval service
NAVY Rounding ,
from Station, Fleet. years Davison, girl, 8 lbs. 14 V4. ozs.-
Navy Recruiting ,
Lcdr. Charles C. Schmehl stands with three of his four sons, all
J Macon, Ga. LaVerne H. Tweedle, He first came to Jax: in 1941, assigned I of whom have done or are doing: their stint in the Navy. Left to Aug. 15.William.

j HM2, honorable discharge. Ed- to VN-14, training command right are: Frank Schmehl. with VS-741, of NARTU, and a studentat J. Edwards, PN3, and
win T. Prescott, HMl, transferred until 1943. He was com Jax Tech; Charles, Navy veteran now employed at O & R; Mrs. Edwards, girl, 8 Ibs., 10.ozs.
Lcdr. Schmehl, and Robert, attached to VJ62. Not shown is Lyle,
missioned April 1943. In 1948
to the U. S. Naval Hospital -Aug. 16.
serving with the Marine Corps.
Corps School, Portsmouth, Va. he became aircraft materiel offi- W. Frank Sitley, ADI, and ,1
cer, ComFajrJax. After a year I $50 Cash Award First Prize Mrs. Sitley, boy, 6 Ibs., 23 ozs.,
Thomas II. Moore, Jr., trans- with the Bureau of Aeronautics, i -Aug. 16.

ferred to USS Rockbridge AP.A- he returned to NAS Jax in No- :. Fleet Reserve Association Kicks Off Ens. Allen D. Frye and Mrs. j l
228. Robert H. Brenneau, HN, vember 1951, assigned to O & R. Frye, girl, 6 Ibs., 3'/4! ozs.-Aug. t
transferred to USS Sierra AD. as inspection officer.In 16.
< 18. Eugene J. Tarver, HMC, aU he served in Jax nine Membership r Drive Monday Night S/Sgt. William J. Johnson and (

transferred to NAS Cecil Field, years. He plans to open a flower Mrs. Johnson, girl, 8 Jbs., 15 ozs.
Fla., and Theodore W. Wallace, shop on Post street after his retirement I A cash award of $50.00 will be In addition to the prize for I -Aug. 17.Clarence.

HM2, released to inactive duty. today. given to some new or reinstated new members the Branch will E. Andrews, Jr., BT3, .

William P. Demery, HN, trans- next to the corpsman'squarters. I; member recruited by Branch 91Jacksonville's also present $25.00 to the recruiter and Mrs. Andrews, girl, 5 Ibs.,
ferred to USS Missouri BB-63. I active duty branchof who brings in the most appli- 8V4 ozs.-Aug. 17.
If it should rain, the
James H. Mahoney, HMl, re- the Fleet Reserve Association, cations during the campaign. : Richard 0. Nevard, AN, and
will be in the recreation
ceived for duty from US S party during the unit's 1952 member Eligibility in the Fleet Reserve Mrs. Nevard, girl, 7 Ibs.-Aug.
Thomas Jefferson TAPA-30. . hall.The ship drive, which begins September Association is restricted to
last beach trip for the regu- 17.Jack
Donald P. Davis, HM3, received summer is scheduled for Sept. 8. lar Navy personnel with at least W. Cheshire, AEAN, and
{ for duty from USNAAS, Brunswick 9. Everyone interested should Spearheaded by 30 selected six years of active duty. Dues Mrs. Cheshire, boy, 7 Ibs., lUi
i Ga. .Joseph D. Nimidoff! members who will canvass the ozs.-Aug. 18.
sign up at the Red Cross Recrea- are $6.00 per year.
and William S. Mansfield received area for prospective members, i Pfc. Carl L. Shelden and Mrs.
tion Office. There will be all the Contrary-to popular belief the
for two weeks active duty the drive, scheduled to last six Shelden, boy, 7 Ibs., 2 ozs.-Aug.
usual Association has
trimmings, as sunny Fleet Reserve no
training from Gainesville, Fla. weeks, will be officially opened
beach, swimming, good chow and connection at all with the Naval I 18.Cpl.
The changeover to the new next Monday night with a kickoff William R. Dampeer and
of entertain- Active
other means Reserve. duty regular
telephone system has caused beach meeting of key personnel at I Mrs. Dampeer, boy, 4 Ibs., 14 ozs.
ment. These successful par. Navy or retired personnel are
some confusion, but things are the Chief Petty Officer's Club. -Aug. 18.David .
ties have been made possible by the only ones eligible to Join
progressing nicely and all dif- Wenger, SN, and Mrs.
Special numbered applicationforms
Mrs. C. D. Towers, who turns. the organization.
ficulties should be "ironed out"in over her beach home to the pa- are to be used during the Wenger, boy, 7 lbs., 5 ozs.-Aug.

a few days. tients for the day. campaign. As a new or reinstated Branch 91,, although only char- 18.
The Hospital now has its own Lt. Richard J. DePrez and Mrs.
member is signed up, his appli-
Delicious food provided by the : tered several years ago, is a fast
telephone switchboard and op Red Cross Canteen Corps-I cation number will be droppedin growing unit and is made up almost DePrez, boy, 7 Ibs.,'4 ozs.-Aug.
erator. The operator, Mrs.: AllieG. 18.
box from which will be
transportation by the Navy. A.. without exception of active
Steenworth, was welcomed the C. Dotson, SDC, and Mrs.
drawn the lucky number at
big "Thank You" to all these duty enlisted men in the Jack-
aboard Aug. 18. She came from people. I' rally climaxing the drive.GCM i iI sonville area. Dotson boy,. 7 Ibs., 6& ozs.-
Eglin Air Force) Base. I Aug. 18.Richard.
While the national organization
\R1,3 j } 9w VO'.9 AY rA "'w ys }. A,'d,a 0 E. LaRoque, AN, and
On the sick list is William ,'; ..,}, ...::! which now totals more than Mrs. LaRoque, girl, 7 lbs., 4 ozs.,
Mathews from) the Maintenance .... :. 30,000 members, is primarily con- -Aug. 19.Leonard.

department. Mrs. Billye Camp- k- .' v. 1 cerned with matters pertainingto E. Masters, HN, and
o bell of the Fin / ce Division has : : : .t all enlisted men of the Navy, Mrs. Masters, boy, 7 Ibs., 14 ozs.
on leave to Norfolk, Va. to 55 : *( '.. the local branches such as Branch -Aug. 19. isit her husband, and Mrs. ,.. 91, devote most of their time to John E. Bailey, AN, and Mrs.
Merle Hutchinson of Civilian '..' the welfare and problems of individual Bailey, girl, 5 Ibs., 2 ozs.-Aug.
Personnel is now enjoying her ,.. members. 19. "
vacation in the mountains of .( Particularly in the case of fam- Lt. Bradford Wells and Mrs.

North Carolina. Miss Dorothy ilies Branch 91 constitutes a help- Wells, boy, 8 lbs., 1 oz.-Aug. 20.
;; Wright of Disbursing is leavingfor ing hand. In the case of death ofa Donald Whitaker, ADI, and

two weeks vacation next member Branch 91 representatives Mrs. Whitaker, boy, 9 lbs., 4 ozs.
,1. week to visit New York, Boston stand by to help the widowin .Aug. 20.
t and Washington, D. C. all possible ways. They advise
,r Among those returning from her and in many cases do all the the Navy enlisted man.
1 Naval School of Justice, are WO paper work in regard to insur- Eligible personnel desiring to .

,} W. H. Bassett, Chief of the Food ance, gratuities, and pension join the Branch may do so by
Service Division, and R. C. John- rights. If immediate financial aid calling either of the following
..1, son, HM, assistant to the Admin- is desired Branch 91 has a wel- members: RELE Omar B. Fisher

,1 itrative officer . A staff picnic fare fund to help out. office phone 523, home phone,
was held Wednesday Aug 27. rr7' -'- ..........;;> S 88-8486; Lonnie P. Richburg i.

f' AWARD FOR WAVE-Frances S. Shane, AK3, is the Each member of Branch 91 receives AKC, office phone 8237, horn
: The Red Cross announces a third Wave at NATTCenter to receive the Good Conduct award a subscription to the As- phone 2-1720; Ens. Jean Kirsch
t Marshmallow Roast. The party since the Center's reactivation. 'Capt. Lester K. Rice (left), com- sociation's national magazine Na- office phone, Hospital Wl then
\ manding officer of the Center awarded the medal, at last week'smeritorious
val Affairs which contain the extension 17 home
tarts at 1930 tonight. (Sept. 4), mast. Frances a native of York, Pa., is attached to phone 83. I\
nd will be held in the outdoor the Training Facilities division. latest on all legislation affecting 9330.


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Page Four JAX AIR NEWS 4 September 1952

VP-3, VF.J02 VF-JQ3, Fasron Six Report 'Big Boat' Vet

I Has 7,000 Hours; ,f,'

Scouting Jacksonville Area SquadronsVP3 "

-I Attached To 109 j! '

at recent Saturday morning in-
I More than 7,000 hours in the | .
Top man in VP-3's education spection. Lcdr. George T, Lillich
air, compiled in flights from '
this week is Edward N. made the
program '
wartime patrols to, logistic support ;1f
Doll ATAN who has
for the Berlin airlift and t
eleven Fasron Six
military requirementtests
mail runs for Navy units in theCaribbeanthat's ,
with an average grade of Attached to Fasron-Six and part of the '

3.77 since reporting aboard in now serving as newly appointed
background of Lcdr. Thomas J. i
May '52.Others. chaplain to administer assistanceto
Cummings who is now being in.
hitting for top honors all fleet units is Lcdr. John N. <<
doctrinated as maintenance officer l'
with 4.0's on individual tests Montgomery. Although the chap-
of Fasron :
were Vito Farinola, AN; GregoryD. Iain's office is presently locatedat

Bownik, AN; William A. Long, the Naval Air Station Chapel, A former instructor enginl'a\ :. "
y t :
AEAN, and Eddie L. Cater, AD3., arrangements are being made fora a at Naval Preflight School, Pen" ;J IV.

An 80-lb shark was caught last i more convenient location within sacola, Lcdr. Cummings won his t; '.

Camille J. Durocher the wings the same day the late
week by squadron area at Building
ADC, while fishing off the Fer- VF-22 INSIGNIA-Providing 200, room 203.Training. King George was crowned Kingof

nadina bridge with Clifford O. a vivid picture support) for VF- the spotlight on ,. ,... ... England. :.
22's nickname "The Cavaliers," "- -----"> ,i;J'rr.
Dodson, AMC; Edwin J. Floyd, is the squadron's insignia-a sports, the announcement of .
A03, and George W. Jones, AD2. smiling; cat wearing seven touch-football practice by coach GOES TO FASRON 109 Since his wings were pinned "

In training at" FaetuLant, NAS league boots and an old worldgentleman's Gabby Champagne, AM2, Now 109 In training maintenance for duty officer as Fas-Is on that day in '1937, the veteran i '

Norfolk under TAD orders are hat. The cat holds brought forth an estimated 25 ron Lcdr. Thomas Cummings, who of the "big boats" spent many of ".
ready a rocket and loaded pis-
Lt. Dick Faegreus; Lt. (jg) Bob tol while riding on a "lightning; eager and anxious candidates. has logged some 7,000 hours of his hours aloft on wartime patrols a

Estes; Ensign Gresham Downs, bolt" aircraft carrier. Returning men from last year's flight time. while based in Iceland with .r'

and crew number two composedof --- -- successful .squad and ready to VP-15, later VP-53 and VP73.' f '
base hospital several weeks ago. the squadron's jet shop to visit- :
James F. Kennedy, ADC; El- repeat their previous outstanding While on patrol during that ,
Name-Teresa Jo.
ComAirLant maintenance of-
bert B. Brunson, AO1; RichardM. performances are Chuck ing time Cummings sighted an enemy }

Bedortha, AD3; James J.1 The success of the recently I. Hontz, AN; Stan Ferro, AN; ficials. sub made an attack and damagedit

Dowling, AT3, and Wilbert H. completed 'Operation Asdek", Rosie Rosen, AM3; Tex Dvoroz- Additions to be seen on the enough that the undersea raider '

Vogel, AT3.Tentative. I taking place off the Atlantic nak, AE3; John Campbell, AN; hangar deck are Lt. Stuart H could not submerge. Again,
made coast, can be attributed to VP-3 Giovanni AN Harold Bobb who will shortly relieve Lt.
plans are being Pete ; while flying a PBY he lost one
for a squadron party which is to officers handling smoothly opera Braasch, AN; and Tom Taggart, Rollins as Electronic's officer engine when an oil gasket in the
the future. Those tions at NAS Jax. Pilots of both AT3. and Ens. Paul Smith who has
be held in near % engine parted. For the next t-,
serving on the committee are VP-3 and VP-861 shared an Continuing their careers in Naval just arrived from VF-174. hours he depended on only on

John G. Cunningham, AOI; equal load of flight hours. Comdr. service are Roland L. King, Hats off to the short order engine but it held up to reach }

Arthur A. Clawitter, AMI; Edward I Louis E. Decamp was in charge ADC, James W. Scott, AD3, and waitresses of Building 200's new their destination safely.

E. Baron, A01, and YanseyN. and was assisted by VP-3 executive Haig Barsamian, ADC, who have cafeteria. Since in operation they .R-J.,

Blackman, AK3. officer Lcdr. Tom Martin; just taken a six year shipping. have assumed the responsibilityof After administrativepilot f
duty as
Lt. (jg) Merlin "Moose" Johnson Lt. Joe Morse, ASW officer, and over oath.Various. satisfying "coffee and dough for Vice Adm. H. K. Hewitt, :-,

has returned from his honey Lt. Jim Wilschke, communications methods involving re- nut addicts" from Hangar 115, then Commander of Allied Navies ,.1 tti

moon with his new bride, the officer. *' pairing of J-34-WE-34 engineswere and so far no outbreaks of cafe- in North African 'waters, he ;;{'

former Vivienne Appleton. VF-102 demonstrated recently by ine fits have occurred. was transferred to Annapolis .' ,
""Moose" and Vivienne
Four later he was flying :,
recent AirLant
During compe- years
married Aug. 17 at All Saints
titions, Lt. H. E. Mitchell garnered the 'hotshot", a non-stop flight '
the Navy "E" for his prowessin : from Washington, D. C. to Mpf-
Stokes is
Lt. (jg) Glenn M. .
glide bombing. fett Field, Calif, with Transport "
proud to announce, after a pro- .
Squadron 3. It was with this unit ;r
longed E.T.A., the arrival of his Giving up his sea legs is Lloyd

third child, Patricia Lynn. Boland, AN, who is getting his :miXYi! '1 11.J that he flew logistic Frankfurt support f '
Patricia weighed in at seven shore duty transfer to NAS, from the states to ,
Germany for the Berlin airlift ,
Hutchinson Kansas.
pounds and two ounces on Aug. ,
24 at the NAS hospital.Lt. The ole "welcome mat" is being squadrons. he';'
When the airlift was over
Jim Wilschke is being dragged out once again this
transferred to NAS Willow week. Now boosting the enlisted flew air freight and mail runs
from Norfolk to Jax to Key
ranks are the following: Jarry
Grove, Willow Grove, Pa. where
Jennings, AOC Frank Sollars, West and San Juan. ..,
he will be giving the "latest ; .
word1' to Weekend Warriors of A03; Jackie Thomas; A03; Rob

the Organized Reserve.A ert Pierce, A02; Donald Kear. New Officer

six pound-two ounce girl ATC,.and Robert Myers, AMAN.A : a

Jenkins AD2, hearty welcome aboard to all! ,
born Joe
to ,
was .. .. .. Course InLeadership
and wife Alice Louise at the NASh j jI

VF-103 :
I Two VF-103 pilots have been )
,'-': awarded the Navy "E". Lt. (jg) wk1,
< -::'
,' ," Elo B. Sexton has been awardedthe I A new officer course in "Lead- '
", {; STILL TOGETHER Ten men attached to Fleet Aircraft
"E" for bombing and EnsignJoe ership" has been released by the /'
1 Service Squadron Six have been together now for some 25 months,
\ E. Shelton the "E" for rocket ever since boot camp. Front row (left to right), are: Richard I; U. S. Naval Correspondence ,

firing.As 'Jensen, AK3; Richard Starkey, AD3; Walter Perin, AD3, and Course Center at the Naval Base!": ,
\ a wedding present to Lt. George Fedor AK3. Back row (left to right), Joseph Steffy, AN; I Brooklyn, N. Y. '.
I (jg) and Mrs. James E. Halle, William Von her Heide, III, AKAN and George Gill AN. Missing Available under NavPers number "
\ the from the photo are Richard Mealey, AK3; Grant Hart, AN and
of VF-103 presented
pilots Jack Januska, AN. 10903, the fiveassignmentcourse ",
\ j I
couple with a mix-master. jI I presents much scientifice

1 Norman E. Rheault, AD3, was I Together For Two Years I background and explanatory material
awarded the Good Conduct medal j
along with a series of actual

)\ s -- I Ten Of Original 18 Enlistees Still situations which require ex-
plicit action and the quality of i

Claims Forms [ Together At Service Squadron Six leadership.Reserve officers may earn 10 a

Go To POWs/ retirement and promotion points ,
; I Ten men in Fleet Aircraft Ser
Jack' A. Januska, AN, claim for completing this course. To ap-
vice 'Six have .
Squadron spent
Cleveland, Ohio as their home. ply: Volunteer Reservists: should
M Deadline Set their entire Naval careers to
The other seven are Richard A. write the Commandant of their

I Washington (AFPS) New gether.The men all enlisted within a Jensen, AK3, from Kasson, Minn.; home naval districts and ask for 1:

claims forms have been mailed to few days of each other in the Joseph C. Steffy, AN, from Ma- application Form NavPers 992 ,

h I 132,000 ex-POWs of WWII who summer of 1950 and went through hong City, Penna.; William J. Organized Reserve \ 't

:;, are eligible for the benefits under recruit training in the same company Von Der Heide, III, AKAN, from may obtain Form NavPers Navy) It.j

Public Law 303. The final date Hopatcong, N. J.; George C. Gill, from their units. Regular ,

: for filing these claims has been Their company, No. 240 was an AN, from Detroit, Mich.; RichardG. personnel make application on *

,:t.> 1 set for April 9, 1953, accordingto outstanding company and was Starkey, from Spring Valley, Form 992 through official chan- ;

,''.' : the War Claims Commission.In presented with the "Hall of N. Y.; Grant M. Hart, AN, from nels.Chief :
\ case of a recent change of Fame" honor flag when recruit Solon, Ohio and Richard J, Petty Officers may take
> {.. AK3 officer course without further -
address, claimants may obtain training was finished. Mealey, Beverly,':: > r 1 forms from regional offices of Mass. endorsement, Other petty
$ officers must have the endorse- .
......... the Veterans Administration, the When "boots" was over, eigh- officers .
ment of their
American Red Cross, State De- teen of the company found that When they reported in to Fas- '

; A, partments of Veterans Affairs or they had been ordered to Fasron ron Six there wasn't a "wife" to effect that they are '.

III r y through recognized veterans or- Six. Now almost two years later for any of them but now five of considered potential officer mate-

.:r ...:.. ganizations.A the number still in the squad- the remaining ten are marriedand rial.-(AFPS),

separate claims form has rin has dwindled to 10.. The oth- three of them have children. it is rather doubtful that they

BEAUTY ASH BEACH .been issued for survivors of de- ers have all been assigned to oth- Also five of them have acquired"crows" will. ]
Shapely Helen Becker holds
onto her h t'as' a sudden sea' ceased ex-POWs. The War Claims er duty stations. Although none of them expectto

breeze tries to waft it from her Commission also stated that' veterans The remaining ten are from All are happy with their present make Florida "home," they all t

pretty head. The wind can't of the Korean campaign scattered parts of the country. duty stations and would like claim they are happy that they

bother the rest of the streamlined are not eligible for. the benefits Three of them, George J. Fedor, to remain together for the rest i have been able to spend two win
beauty, who !livens up the
ccene' at Miami Beach.: under this law. AK3; Walter T. PWin, AD3, and of their enlistments but feel that i ters without seeing snow.


September 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five '

,., .. '"
I' End Training Tour Here

e I This Is Bang-On Place, Say Visiting Aussie Pilots I

SALTY HUMOR FROM After spending several'weeks'' RAAF has two of the
_ presently
here being checked .out in the
i I HERE AND THERE twelve P2V-5's which they will
operation of the, P2V-5 Neptuneby
ultimately get and both are op- I
Patrol Squadron Three, 12
Hogan-was haled into court for air crewmen and three maintenance erated by 11 GR.
'; disturbing the peace. I personnel from the Royal

"And you 'stand there and try Australian Air Force left yester- TilE RAAF is a very select .

: t.. to tell this court that you're a : day for Burbank, Calif., to pickup group, according to the Aussies, ,

.; d'1.; peaceful man? That you love I ten P2V's which have been numbering between 12 and 14:
in the Air
,;>', f peace and peaceful men?" purchased by the RAAF, thousand.
Crew branch are for a period of
':' "I Certainly do," replied Hogan. After the aircraft
picking up six years of active duty and five .
;". 'J.;. 'Then why did you drop that the men will spend about six years in the reserve and entail, nE1Mrc'q ;

brick on Constable Clancy's weeks onthe West Coast before in peace time; a basic training

!"':" W I head?'.' starting the flight back to Aus period of 18 months. During the r

f, .' ', .. \ :''Wep;" said Hogan; "after I tralia. initial six months of training all
'" brick This is the first trip to the U. S.
'.t; ,dropped'that .on Clancy you Air Crew personnel receive identical

,t' .,,,',,: ::., ':never saw a more peaceful man." for most of the Aussies who have instruction, after which each # L
.. '
"V" been here for about three months. -ii .
person is given training in the A'P S.;

k.\o: A old maid, who hadn't seen a When they first arrived on the specialty for which he is best

", .:;.:::":.. man in years, looked out of her I West Coast they went, through a suited. They then become pilots, I z J

i : ':, window and saw a burglar crawl- course of instruction in electron. navigators or signal men. %

S Ing up the side of the building. I ics at San Diego and then came After the period of basic training

#S' She rushed to the phone and called to NAS Jax. is completed the men either
I .. __ _
-- 8 <:"M! *
for help. i ARRIVING'in receive commissions or 'are given AUSTRALIAN FLIERS-Getting acquainted wit the P2V5'slanding ''

"Come right over," she cried. SINCE this the rate of sergeant which is comparable are Flying Officer Joe Strickland; Warrant Officer

"He's climbing right up the building country the Aussies have made to PO1 in the U. S. Navy. Colin La fear and Flight Sergeant Brian Farrow of the Royal Australian 'I

55 trying to get into my apart liberties in both Washington, D. Since everyone who is enlistedfpr Air Force Explaining how to hold a check is Joseph
Jenkins, ADI, plane captain at VP-3 where the Aussies received
;; ment on the fourth floor." C. and Norfolk, Va. They were, the Air Crew have all of the their l Indoctrination. {
state impressed, by both
-"What you want is the police so qualifications necessary for a
55 S department. You've got the fire places. commission, advancement is then sporting events. All stated, "We
The is attached to Squadron have bloody wrestlingover
department." group possible through the officer ranks. seen more
11 Gil which is a general TV than we 1 have ever seen
;"Yes, I know. He'll never get reconnaissance and is before." To
group MembershipIn
up without a ladder." to a VP unit. The IN SPEAKING of the U. S.,,the .

-.....-, comparable : "down unders" commented that, .
"for the most part we're enjoyingour I Little Theatre
k An Amazonian wife got into differ since about 90 per cent of
an argument with her little weasel stay and we think that Jax
Jax Air News shown American
all movies are Navy personnel are invited to
husband, beat the daylightsout i is a bang-on place However,
films. become members of the Little
of him, was hauled into court Gets 'Bouquet'From "there are a few things that dif '
All concurred that there was Theatre of Jacksonville.
and fined ten. dollars. Instead of fer somewhat from the things at
little difference between the women Six major productions will be
a handing the clerk ten dollars AussiesWhat home and they were a little hardto
} get used to at first." here and the women back offered during the season, open-
r she handed him twelve."What's .
the extra-two dollars do Aussies think of They gave as examples the way home since styles are about the ing October 1, 1952, with "First \

fC Jor?" he asked."Amusement. American journalism, and that food is cooked 'and seasoned same, but, styles for men, said : Lady." All productions will play .

v' tax." American newspapers in gen. and beer American beer, accord- the Anzacs, "at home no one I. for ten nights, starting on Wed- ,.'

eral? ing to the Aussies, is much lighter would think of going out with a. nesday and running through Sat

Not too much, as gathered and far less potent than its yellow shirt and purple trousers urday of the following week,
% Uncle' Tim was a lazy guy. One from interviews with 15 RAAF "
Aunt Australian counterpart and must skipping Sunday.
day when he saw fliers here for indoctrinationin
coming up the cellar stairs with the P2V-5. be cold to be good. The visitors were impressed i Many Opportunities 1

.' a big, heavy scuttle of coal, he The visiting Anzacs claimed One' item that the Anzacs have with the size of the Naval Air I Members are invited to partici- !.

got a twinge of conscience they found they had fallen enjoyed the most has been television Station, "you have more peopleon pate in the Workshop classes 4

As yet, there is no TV in this base than we have in the conducted free of charge, for \,
"This has to stop, he said. 'For way behind on world affairs
Australia. The shows most enjoy.j whole bloody Air Force," they re training in acting, stagecraft,
years I've been watching you carry since coming to the U. S. At
ed by the men have marked. make-up and other phases that
x tY<4 that big, heavy load of coal home, they said, all the important
into the production of a play.
up those stairs, There's gonna be news was to be foundon
With 200-Pounder
After Clash
ls Members are also urged to try
no more of that from now on. the front page, while murders
out for and act in shows, work
You go and get yourself a little rape ,and robberies were
Off Invasion Of Chow Hall backstage and help with produc-
pail and make two trips. buried deep inside Fighting tion.

al The Aussies (God bless 'em)

SN: "You know that widow also noted that the Jax Air Nets Lad Special 'Heroic Award' ,I II Membership Limited ,',

I've been going around with? I'm News was the finest service Membership application blanks

going: to marry her. You know paper that they have seen. In Perhaps some battlescarred'veterans f can be obtained at the Naval Air

that sixty-five room house her their own words, they chimed, I might feel' that life Sea Scout stepped on his month- Technical Training Center Special
former husband left to her? "You have a bang-on paper aboard an air station is pretty old ingrown toe nail, increasing I I Service Office, Building 563.

That's where we're going to live here at the air station" I calm stuff, but John G. Sewalk, his limp twofold.Presentation Membership is limited to 3,300

Y -in the sixty-five room house!" Jr., DM3, of the Flag Administrative of the mock cita- and will be closed when that fig-

AA: "Well, to be honest with Unit knows better. tion and award was made to Se ure is. reached. '

Adm. Radford Gets Sewalk awarded the "Pur walk by personnel of the F.A.U. is ,
x. you, maybe you got a sixty-five I was Adult membership $800 per
room mansion with her, but she's New Chief-of-Staff ple Heart" here recently for injuries during an impressive ceremonythe person for the season, a student

the homeliest woman I've ever Rear Adm. William K. Phillips, received during the mid. day following cessation of membership cost $5.00 and a chil-

"' seen in my life. Such a homely Assistant Chief of Naval Opera August invasion of the mainside hostilities. dren's membership is $3.00.
woman. You must be a brave guy tions for the Naval Reserve, has chow hall by more than 250 Sea The children's theatre is con-

r.y; to have such a homely woman. been reassigned to be Chief of Scouts. Excerpts 'from the citation ducted on Saturday morning,
She's the homeliest I ever saw.." Staff to Adm. Arthur W. Rad- read: "For wounds received as a with classes 'in all phases of .,'..

i SN: "I agree with you, but with I ford, Commander in Chief of the Sewalk was wounded in tryingto result of meritorious action stage production, including act

a house with sixty-five rooms, Pacific Fleet, the Navy announced. repulse the first wave of an against the Civilian Sea Scouts ing.

how much will I see of her?'* I .-(AFPS). 1 attack when a small 200-pound while on active duty with the .
'I U. S. Navy in the Flag Administrative

Unit, Fleet Air Jacksonville I Can Still Join
conflict during the NAS

Jacksonville "conflict." Credit Union .

"While courageously defendingthe .
CQS ; The Jax Navy Credit Union located
NAS Jacksonville Chow Hall
in Building 40 is open for };
against mass invasion by the
business from 1530 to 1730 Thurs-
above mentioned forces were
you day and Friday. All military and
seriously wounded while bravely
civilian personnel of various Na-

I I., attempting to reorganize your" val activities in Duval County are :'y;
ultimately defeated comrades.
eligible for membership.
., c
S 1tM Investment shares in the Credit
i i : SC; n4o "Bravery of this kind upholdsthe .
-S Union are $5.00 each and an individual I
highest traditions of the Unit '.
member may purchase :
ed States Navy and it is with ,
-fc. number up to 200 shares i
!, greatest pleasure that I presentyou any .
well additional .. ;
P gItjtiM Purchase of shares as as
; with this award. I
information may be obtained .'
L The citation was signed: "So from the Treasurer in ", '
i, : ,1\
L J3(: Vice Admiral U. S. I
Sorry, Navy, Building 40 at specified time. }
4 i By direction of the Chief Master- ,u',, ;,.; '

t at-Arms, NAS Jacksonville Chow The Texan, seeing his first motorcycle 1. '

: Nt : Hall" ) seized his rifle and

'1 '.. Upon completion of the presentation fired. '

""' ..1. _< .. ., ...., Sewalk remarked, "I only "Git the varmint asked his ; ',
*> !iJ _.,(; I i z. t. o" hope that I wont incur another wife. ;

I .:j HEROIC AWARD CEREMONY-Anything for a laugh and there Is plenty of it here as John in-growing toe nail during the "Nope admitted the Texan "1 "' .
: Sewalk IM3 of the Flag Administrative Unit i I' awarded a mock "purple heart" for wounds re-
'"t next annual "Jacksonville in'a.sion. still hear the critter, but I shore
: reived during? the Air Station's recent "invasion" by the Civilian Sea Scouts. John S. Brkich, '*
made it that loos4 .
I turn
man *
fellow workers look on.I' ,
. ; PNSN, presents the award as


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: Page Six JAX AIR NEWS 4 September 1952

Remodel Alleys For

Keg Play At Center
Kegling enthusiasts at NATTC
have much to look forward to :

with newly remodeled alleys _

just reopened.The .
intramural bowling pro-

gram, due to commence Sept. 22,
is now underway with teams 4' ; .y '

being formed and entries and

team rosters being handed. in

daily. 'i' .a' ;
Deadline for all entries is Sept. H
\ '
(While John Charvat Is on leave, Time Out will be authored 18. Entries should be submittedto _

by guest columnists. This week's Time Out penned by Frank Special Services, Building 512. _

McCaffrey, NAS intramural director. and Fliers' baseball' and bas- ,. : ,

: ketball coach). First Call Out For '. '

r Since the regular columnist of this corner is literally taking Cross-Country MenFirst
"time out" (on leave) the cordial invitation to fill in was readily
accepted.As call for men interested in

intramural organizer of your Special Services Department, cross-country racing has been
and better issued by coach Lt. Paul McCoy.A '.
constant efforts are being made to provide more sports

,, activities for all service personnel. station cross-country will be SMOKER ACTION-Held at bay in the early minutes of their
Although our efforts have not always met with the approvalof held this fall, and if there are three-rounder at the NATTCenter ANP( ) School Inter-company
some participants, we strive to accommodate the majority instead enough good men, meets will be smoker sailor Don Smith (right came back to cop the duke from I
lined up.Formal. Marine Clyde Lawsen The sailors and Marines broke even In
of a few. eight bouts.
workouts will not be-
of not familiar with the complications -
Quite a number persons are ----------
that are encountered during the course of the various sports gin immediately but men inter- 'White Hats' Tie
and individuals ested can find many ideal placesto
seasons. In drawing up schedules, teams request Like Shrimping?
certain playing dates, times and places. This is given appropriate get into condition.
consideration. I Those interested call Lt. Mc- Law Says You Marines In AN
Coy, extension 698 or apply at

However, teams and individuals do not return the same con the NATTC Special Services of- Must Get PermitIf School Ring MeetComing

sideration. Individuals fail to report for scheduled assignments.Thus fice. .
teams eventually suffer to the extent of forfeiting and some you are going shrimpingyou from behind, NATT

times are forced to withdraw from leagues. must have a state cast net Center sailors fought off a determined .

Athletics and recreation is available to young and old, thin permit, so says the Florida bid by classmate Marines -

and fat, weak and strong. Participation is not restricted but a per 8'W 1 Game Commission.It and .Fresh Water Fish who were out to collect
son's physical and mental condition is limited by failure to get '
is not a bit difficult to their third smoker verdict, and
relaxation.It .
proper matchor P -k obtain the necessary permit the ANP( boxing crown.The
is true that there can only be one winner of a game,
tournament, but an individual is losing for himself by quitting since it is available without teams broke even with four bouts
over.: (By Armed Forces Fress Service) charge at the office of the
before the battle is apiece.
a a BIKINI CRITIQUEThe Commanding Officer, Marine
French bathing suit Barracks, Building 916 any The Marines took the first
Even though the lack of interest in some sports events has been
known to the masses as the Bi time during the normal work- I three bouts, the Navy the following -
make each
disheartening! to us, we continue to try to new season
kini-has been denounced by ing day. I three and two were split.
appealing. We are open to suggestions.All
more activities connected with NAS (squadrons, etc.) should des many and upheld by few Permits so issued are good I Harry Kitchens took' the nod

ignate someone to be responsible for more and better enthusiasmIn Here are a few samples of opinions for shrimping both on the sta- for the Marines in the initial
from Hollywood: Esther tion and throughout northeast 130-pound classic over Georgo
this station's sports program.Jax I
Navy's varsity sports, namely, football, basketball, baseball Williams-"Bikinis are not flattering Florida. Verdon.

swimming, boxing,,volleyball, skeet, rifle and pistol, requiresthe I and they're impractical; Shrimpers are also remind. Phillips Beats SidmanAt
can't swim in them. Janet ed that existing state regula- 134 Marine John
ability of the better athletes who are present, but not always you Phillips l
Leigh "I like 'low-cut evening tions do not permit use of a outpointed Malcolm Sidman of
made available. .I
When varsity candidates are called, all positions are open and gowns, but the nudity of French net more than seven feet in the Navy. Marine Paul Minai

each man receives equal consideration for the various assignments. bathing suits isn't attractive." length or more than 14 feet plastered Harlod Sjoding in another -
Betty Grable "If the French in spread: for the purpose of 134-pound tussle.

From experiences in the past, units permit their men to try I girlswant to show their navels taking bait, for personal use Then the Navy took over. Nick

out for these teams until the boys have been weaned from the men; i it's all right with me. I'll stickto only, DeBady outpunched Ray Lopez r
however, some of those selected are given new jobs within the unit. American swim suits." Marilyn It is requested by the Secu- for the initial Navy victory in a .

which will reserve their talents for intramural purposes. This is Monroe upheld the vir- rity department that persons welter hassle, this was followedby
individualand tues of the Bikini-"I think you using shrimping facilities teammate John McFaddenwho
deemed detrimental to a Jax Navy reputation, to the
should as much area to aboard the Station remove
others who do not reach varsity requirements.It expose won over welter Randolph
the sun as possible. And I don't shrimp heads, unused bait,
its Oldes of the Marines.
has often been stated, that a team is as strong as reserves -
; therefore, let's build up our intramural teams with more understand why people say you and other unsightly material Smith Bests Lawson
can't swim in Bikinis. If the suitis when they secure from
men and if necessary more than one team from a unit. Don Smith made it three In a
Special Services has gear and facilities for everyone's desire, fastened properly, nothing shrimping.The row for the Navy when he 1
leaving of such refuse
should At least I've
.o get active and keep alive. go wrong. trounced Clyde Lawson in a 15T f
a never had any trouble with on the beach is a menace to melee.
health and sanitation. pound \
SHORT SHOTS in touch football volleyball and mine.
: Leagues Marine spirit came back in the
bowling will get underway soon. For information call extension VARGAS GIRL- form of Jim Gumm of the Corps ..J
Jeanne Dunn, the original Var-
693. aCUTnIlVTf who proceeded to lambast 158- .
Work will soon begin to put handball and tennis courts into gas girl who possesses one of the pounder Cliff Thompson. But ,

good playing condition. Equipment is available in Special Services most photogenic torsos in the nation again the Navy came back to tie "" ..
; obtained her first starring
issue office. \
gear the count when Harold Weber
For those persons who think they are too old or those who are movie role recently by answeringan sharpened 'his hooks on Bill .

unable to play and are familiar with football. Special Services is ad in a Hollywood trade pa- ( r"We're Lumpkin in a lightheavy go. -

looking for touch football officials. If interested, contact McCaffrey, per. The ad read: 'Beautiful athletic I As usual, mayhem and laughs -,_ .
not afraid to wrestle a .
girl .
extension 593 as soon as posible. were provided by the Swedish '-I
Any one anxious to earn some money for Christmas or other. tiger, for feminine lead in new bell},, ringers, a quartet of blind-

wise, can do so by setting pins during the coming bowling league. jungle film." Miss Dunn also folded, baited, gloved maniacs. "
See bowling alley attendants. I skis, rides horses bareback, plays .
tennis and is an expert swimmer. ,
Warmin' The BenchBy tracts players from the time of Weather Outlook x'j! _
spring training all through the On your next visit into town, ',
( Armed Forces Press Service) season. Tournaments for base- drop by the USO Serviceman'sClub Friday Scattered, broken
bailers each spring take valuable atop the Beaches Bus Sta- N cloudiness. (0 to 95 degrees. Light
The breed of .300 hitters in the
training time. Greenberg is ad- tiin, corner of Clay and Adams. and variable winds. ..w
major leagues is "at the point of sure lucky that you were Saturday Increasing cloudi-
mittedly sore when he sees players Check the Bulletin Board there the ship carpenter! -

becoming extinct," says Hank practicing their golf swing for daily and week-end activities. iness. Maximum temperature 90 ,"' ,' _, cl,
Greenberg, general manager of right beside the batting cage. He sent a poem to an editor degrees. Late west to southwest I

the Cleveland Indians. Only 13 "They pooh-pooh the batting "You say your name's Clara- and wrote: "Let me know at once winds. '
schools," he groans, "but spend belle. How come they all call you if you will use it, as I have Sunday Broken to overcast t ;
active players today who've played their time taking golf lessons!" Peg?" other irons in the fire. clouds. Rain and thunder showers. y

IJ more than 200 games have a "I was born on my parents' The editor replied: "Remove Maximum temperature 83 i

lifetime average of .300 or bet- One of golfs outstanding pro- wooden anniversary irons, insert poem." degrees. ""I.

ter. fessionals, Sam Snead, was ,asked
In 1949, 23 batters in both by Cleveland third baseman Al
I I. ''t
Jax To Participate In Football Clinic
leagues topped the mark. Last Rosen if golf hurt baseball. Navy

year only 21 scaled the height Snead replied: "You'll never see I I ,..,
end about 16 are flirting with the me swing a bat." Greenberglists Jax Navy will again participate ciation and Recreation depart- Fletcher, along with the Navy 'j i :

achievement so far this season. three reaSons why baseball along with local high ment, the clinic will give fans in Fliers will participate in this _: : "
and golf don't mix.: (1) The interlocking schools, in the third annual foot- this area a first hand look-see on year's show. I l

Hank who sports a .313 life golf grip is never used ball clinic to be staged at the new rules, various formationsand Last year's turnout was slightly JJ: i

time average of his own, says the by batters. (2)) The golf swing is Gator Bowl Thursday, Sept. 11 patterns as used by the vari- above 6,000 and this year's ",:'r.\\ 1
decline of good hitters can be an uppercut; a baseball swing is at 2000. ous high schools and Jax Navy clinic is expected to draw about

blamed on too many outside ac level. (3) Golfers plant their feet Sponsored jointly by the Jun- : Each of the six local high 10,000. '

tivities. firmly to hit the ball; batters ior Chamber of Commerce, Jack- schools-Landon, Lee, Jackson, A local high school band will c

Golf is the chief villain. It at- stride forward to meet a pitch sonville Football Officials Asso-t Bolles, Central Catholic and provide the entertainment.r"r. j1P' f
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4 September 1952 JAX Am NEWS Page Seven

Tankmen Capture Fliers Near "B iCrown :

Third Place In vf

State AAU SwimA Diamond

quartet of Jax Navy swim- Jax Navy Fliers moved out in front by a half-game in the

mers now: reigns 'as 1952 Junior tight City League baseball loop scramble with a convincing 7-1

National 400 meter freestyle relay triumph over Hardage & Sons Sunday at Mason Field.The .

champions as a result of a Fliers needed Sunday's win ,
decisive victory in the Florida with Hardage, necessitating a
to at least tie for the second half
State AAU swimming and diving title. Up to game time, Hardageled single game playoff for the sec
competition held in Fort Lauder ond half title. .
the half
race by a agme.
dale last Friday and Saturday. : The Fliers were scheduled to Should Hardage then cop the

The: locals triumph in the race, meet R. C. Motors Tuesday night, single playoff game, it will] meet

'fr"l ,, fir final: event on the program, I but rain forced postponement. It the Fliers in a best of five for
< proved to be the high 'spot for the
) was rescheduled for Wednesday city crown.

': rr: theme local Navy strokers in the; night, but results were not avail Big Sixth Inning

.r'bt.! tvfoiay$ affair in which Jax able at press time. A big sixth inning in which
Nevy finished third in a field of
; they tallied five times
; Can Win With One sewed upSunday'
'. :;:,)1 fie; teams.3C .
for the
;; game Fliers.
1 "''\. WMUker Shine A win for the Fliers over R. C.
s "**proving Gil Whitaker GAIN LAURELS-Bringing more honors to Jax Navy was will give them the 1952 crownas Bob Stefanich, Don Hafeman
sprangan this four-man rifle squad which placed sixth among a big field they have already on the first and Tom Ulyon came through p
'upset in the 3-meter board in the National Rifle Championships. The team placed third in with key hits in the Fliers' big
half. A Motormen will throw
diving when he finished second grand aggregate. Left to right are Paul Blake, AN; T/Sgt. Bob win inning.
behind fancy diving Barney.Sears Hunter; L. II. Bassette, AOAN, and Gilbert Tausch: AO2. the Fliers into a first place tie I
Righthander Ed Poquette
of Miami University and aheadof was
the master of the situation I
third place Murland Seanght,
Pistol Squad against Hardage. Although touch-
another Jax Navy candidate. : (
ed for seven bingles, he kept
Robert McIntyre added a sec.
them well spaced and in
ond place in the 100 meter free Finishes 12th was \
trouble once or twice.
style to his efforts on the win.

ning 400 meter relay team and In Nationals jports'riders Poquette Effective

the 800 meter relay team which Hardage picked up a single run

splashed to a third place. in the fourth and the Fliers

Relay Team Scores Jax N a v y pistolmen were came back with a single tally in
forced to take a back seat against --
Tom Vickery, Jax Navy team the fifth to knot the count before

captain, anchored the 400 meter star-studded Army' and Marine blasting five runs across in the
combines in the National Pistol sixth. With Poquette handling
relay team composed of Loring ,
Holmes] John Moulin, McIntyre Championships.In Don Uniforms the foe quite well, the game was '
and himself. The third place 800 a field of 56 teams from all decided with the rally.

the corners of the globe, Jax Navy Every Flier collected at least
meter team members were
same with the exception of Eric placed 12th in 22 caliber, 9th in For one of a total of 12 hits. Summaries -
centerfire and 12th in .45. Teams' Ready Scrimmage i
Nordhausen who took Mou1in'splace. :
as far away as Africa, South
llardagrKllpatilrk AR II 0 A
America, Japan, Cuba, Europeand Jax footballers'donned their lb 4 0 8 0
Holmes Vickery' and Nord I Navy pads for the first time last Slkes. cf 4 ::2 2 0
Hawaii competed.A I Tuesday after two weeks of concentrated conditioning and skull J. McCullough ME 5 1 2 2
hausen also picked up points in .
MrCullouKi, C S 2
strong U. S. Army team annexed g 3
their individual races with sessions. Clonlnjter, if 4 3
the three top spots to win Had ot'k. 3b 3 2 3 1
Holmes copping fourth in the Full scrimmages are still in \\01'shorn, "f 2 1 2 0 .- -r:
the overall championship, while the distance, but linemen have after the long layoff is Gene McIntosh 2b 1 0 0 0
800 meter freestyle, Nordhausen
fourth in the 400 meter freestyleand the U. S. Marines won the National been roughing it up with great Shotwell, a defensive and offensive W.aIvicCullouyh. p 2 3 0 1 1
Team Trophy shoot. end at 190 pounds.In A\U 1 0 0 0
Vickery fifth in the 200 gusto. -' -
John Lucas and Irvin Claxton The forward wall of the Fliers the 'guard position Leo Totals 34 7 24 8
meter !sprint. Jax Taiy AB H O A
Jax meter relay annexed honors for Jax Navy, will probably be heavier and Kelly returns a? a formidable, Neeh AAhrend 4 2 S 2
l Navy's.300 with Lucas winning third in .45 208 He if 1 1 0 0
team of Bill Hennessey, Ed O'- stronger than it was last year, pounder. showed very Stefanlih. oMcCaffrey 4 ::2 5 0

.I Dwyer and Roland] Miller combined expert fire, third in centerfire, since many 200 pounders have favorably last year, but was sidelined .MTrlpl cfHafeman 3 4 1 1 3 2 0 1

second in both .45 expert aggregate turned out for practice. early in the season with a 3b 4 1 2 3
their talents for a fourth
Ulvon It 4 2 ::2 0
t: place finish. Hennessey also and the Harrison Trophy a broken knee. BI'Ock. lbFoquetle 3 1 'f 0

f garnered additional honors when grand aggregate. Claxton won Although Big Mike Norman Also climbing into cleats for p 4 2: 2: 2
first place in the marksmanshipin Totals 34 12 27 8
he finished fifth in the 200 meter i will be lost to the team this year, his second season is Bob Dipas- u-Gi'(Minded out for V, MiCul-

i t breaststroke.Fort .22 slow fire.. returnee Darrell Spang, halfback, quale, last years quarterback. HaidHge lough in 9th.......:............. 000 100 noo-iooo
Lauderdale won the meet un
NEW NO. J 18 OPENS the team than he was last year. will still be hard pressed to J .
remain in the slot with the
Coach Dave Barksdale has introduced com-
Donahue Chosen
FOR PLAY AT LINKS. petition he has to face this year. -
the Split T this year, etrm.ritnrr I
Local linksmen will find a Dick Offnnga will defend his
discarding the single wing em-
Special Services slightly tougher hole awaiting ployed by the '51 squad. Iggy right to the end post he played

them when they onto the
step Soisson, a newcomer the last year. He stands an even six
18th tee of the station golf feet and weighs 192 pounds.
j Officer At HAS course squad and formery an under-
study to Bob Williams of Notre
\ Lcdr Richard V. Donahue has The fairway has been rerouted Dame, will add a lot of seasonto Jack Bishop i who was hospitalized
assumed his duties as NAS Special with a dog-leg to the left. A new
J the Navy backfield. Of all the with a back injury during

". Services officer, relieving green has also been added. quarterbacks he seems to operatethe play last season returns with

Lcdr. Harry Knickelbine.] Distance to the new green Is best out of the present for the arm that might be the Fliers' e

Lcdr. Knickelbine will board 382 yards as compared to the mation. pitching machine. While be does p"t7

the USS Yorktown (CV-10)) at old distance of 332. The hole will
Fu4\' S S not have the experience of Sois

' .J Bremerton, Washington for his remain a par four. *) Also returning in good formASSUMES son he does have unusual speed

, new assignment. and endurance to go with his
Comes From Moffett >VYS4 w\ \ : f h? fq.nvy..v/pvnv.-'. ; '"" I
> '
:s.:.1 i ... The new Special Services officer : : ; : < ;' Although many veteran players
here from VR-3 s .
comes : '
\ Y7tf rrI of'the 51 squad will be missing
-y: I at Moffet Field, Calif, enteredthe ,
the huskier and faster talent "That Hill be all for today, "
in Chicago March 1941.
Navy ,
seems more than adequate to fill' Floogiel"
He finished flight training at NAS the

\ Jax in May 1942. He was so'impressed tt t; gaps.
The Fliers their
with the local station open Plan For IM
Sept 27 against Parris Island, a
that he requested
team capable of giving any serve

again. in ice team in the country a lot of Links PlayIntramural
His overseas duty was spent
Africa and Northwest trouble in any given yea .
.. England, I
golfers should get
( Pacific. He assisted in the commissioning I
t.':' of the USS Leyte in An actor with a little dog went I their first taste of conpetitionthis

11'1 -' 11946 and served aboard her as into an agent's office. "I got a season Sept. 16, if present

ti Combat Information Center officer great talking dog here," he de plans are fulfilled.

# ,1(.' AH his flying time has been ) clared. Teams in competition will
'" '
:with multi-engine planes. "Don't gimme that," grumbledthe probably be divided into two leagues .
!J. Track Star. agent. "You're a ventrilo
each league crowning a
,''i.'Prior to joining the Navy he r "'" quist. I got guys like you comingin champion at the end of the

studied at Notre Dame, after attending : here every day. The dog does
I round. The two champions will
the University of Vir- y.''" n't talk. You do the talking.] .
l. battle each other for the intra
ginia. His high school 'athletic "No, I don't. You can take the
mural championship at the end
laurels were won in track lie ran \ dog into your private office and of the second round.

the 100-yard dash in 10.2 and the ,)':t let him do the act for you."

: 220 in 22.5. He is now a golf and : "$ So the agent took the dog into n U requested that all units

.-" his office. wishing to enter a. team make 1
& : : tennis enthusiast private
; -....,'__. _? ..: ,.. ,.., ,,:...... ,1..:",'.,< ,., ....- their entries
I Lcdr. Donahue has plans to reactivate "Well, how did you Ike him? as soon as possible. '

. many games and recreational SS OFFICER POST-Lcdr. Richard D. Donahue, asked the actor when the agent Lcdr Bob Wallace of NARTUor
; who relieved Lcdr. Harry Knickelbine as NAS Special Services returned.
devices mothballed after the golf club house will .
'\ 1'0 officer, inspects the part of the torphy case as he takes over his supply
\j' the last war and which are just duties. Here he holds the newest trophy, the city swimming championship "He's all right, but I don't like complete information on league "

i., now 'coming back in demand. cop won by the Jax Navy swimming team. his material action.f A.

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Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 4 September 1952

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All Hands PRtVUE stun ;*
mrmnm r ly ly1e

LL1 (Continued from Page 1)
the evacuation of aircraft, Condition <
(Items offering for sale article: v' II denotes that hurricane :
of property such as washing machines p pD'Thr
4 ; winds of destructive force can be ,
automobiles, furniture, expected t within about 48 hours;
radios, clothing and the like an and flyable aircraft must be pre '
prohibited by Defense Department .
r pared for immediate evacuation
regulations. This column e'. to designated refuge airports at "
will, however, list such service: ; the discretion of the Commanding
as available housing, rides wanted Officer.
and lost and found article: *
or other similar notices.) >
CONDITION I means the hurricane
FOR RENT can be expected to strike

Furn. 3rm. apt. Murray Hill, Ph here within 24 hours and all fly-
8-17CO. Miss Ballentine. able aircraft which cannot be M

Unfurn. 5-rm. house. $65 mo., Ph r1sJILt stored safely must be evacuated
2-4382, Mrs. H. F. Davis. J immediately to refuge airfields,,'
Unfurn. 2-bdrm. house. 5271 weather conditions permitting.
'Adams Rd. Ph 23634. W. J, I n ; Condition X-ray signifies that

O'Berry. +$ weather conditions prohibit fly

Completely furn. 3-bdrm house/ away and all aircraft should be .. cy.
$125 mo. 4332 Longfellow, Or secured in the best possible manner i' '

tega. Ph. 8.4017 Mrs. Byers. I '
Room, single. 3338 Randall, Murray I AFPS
Hill. Ph. 889223. Mrs :' W-G __ TilE REFUGE airports assigned ,
winds of hurricane force
are expected -
Hertzman. I I FIRE-FIGIITING DEl\IONSTRATION-Demonstratlon In use' to NAS Jax are as follows; NAS .
within 24 hours. Precautions
of fire fighting equipment is given NARTU trainees by George
Furn. dble. room. 1471 Murray
r Gemming, fire prevention Inspector (left). Keith Hosier, AN, Birmingham, Ala.; NAS Olathe, will be taken to secure the
Drive. Ph. 2.5911, Fred Schilling puts the 13: -pound CO1 extinguisher for electrical and flamable Kansas; and Donaldson Air entire Station within 12 hours,
I liquids fires, to use. The fire prevention division of the station Force Base, Greenville: S. C. and general operations will continue -
Grand Ave. Or fire is indoctrination .
Furn: rm. 3019 department conducting program throughout
I the station. Procedure for the protectionof if possible: When winds of
tega. Ph. 21807. Mrs. Howard .. _.. .
.government property and the hurricane force are expected to ,
F. Weldin. =To Comply With Davis | safety of station personnel is outlined j reach the local area within 1Z \ ,!,
Furn. 3 bdrm, house with garage t
in detail in the Hurricane 1!
hours, the Executive Officer will
4557 William Blount Gannott.Ave. Ph. 8-2939 Substantial Number Of Lis. To nt1 Security Bill. Under its provis order the complete securing of e.

ions are four conditions of. alert. the station
Furn. single and double '
rooms Condition III means to take Condition Zero will be ordered ::1
1718 Margaret St. Ph. 2.93 Reverted To Lt. Junior \ S
i2'1 initial preliminary precautionarymeasures when winds of hurricane force I
Mrs. R. L. Bramlett.
Washington (AFPS-) Within and to continue general are expected immediately. All ri
FOR I The Navy said it will try to operation. This condition will be possible precautions to safeguard
Veteran needs home. Will par; I I eight i months, a persuade Congress to remove the ordered by the Commanding Officer personnet and material will betaken :t>'.
reasonable cash for GI Equity;' number" of lieutenants will be 'I when the 'path of the hurricane .z
.in Lakeshore or Lakeshorc' reverted to lieutenant junior Davis as soon as has been fairly well established ...' ):

Terrace. Ph. 21227. Mrs. Gee I grade. In addition, all promo. possible. The rider's restrictions and its trend indicates that CONDITION IV is a normal .;,, .

4 Killam, Jr. I tions within the Navy will be center on the grade of lieutenant' winds of hurricane force may be condition of alertness consistent t :;;
2-bdrm house, screen porch, kept to a minimum to comply largely because most experienced expected within 72 hours. with the' dictates of sound precautionary t'"'

$1500 down and'payments.. i, with the provisions of the "Davis Naval Reserve officers recalled Condition II will be ordered by measures to be 'exercised f

Lakeshore. 48)3: Birkinhead.l Amendment" to the Defense Appropriation to duty hold that; rank. 'the Commanding' Officer when during the Hurricane Sea f
Lcdr. Jones. Ph. Bill. Official, information will be promulgated the hurricane continues to advance son. It will be ordered when ;ug
3bdrm. house, garage. Avondale, at a later date with indications that windsof winds of hurricane force no longer tMt,
$8500. 3660 Boone Park Ave, Most critically affected in the ----0.*----. hurricane force may be expected threaten the Station. t}

Lcdr. S. W. Shuff, Armanent I limitations will be .those officersin Marine Air Detachment within 48 hours. Prelim.inary When Hurricane Security Con
Division, BuAer, Washington the grade of lieutenant. Not precautions and general ditlon I is ordered all station personnel :
25, D. C. i only will a number of present Adjutant TransferredSecond operation will continue. will be recalled to the -

Trailer, 24 Glider, 20' x 9' awn lieutenants be reduced inrank, Lt. Fred Earl Johns, Station and all liberty cancelled. '. I
but all promotions to this grade -
ing. $600. Arnold Abernathy adjutant of the Marine Air Detachment CONDITION I will be set when All local broadcasting stations ..- ; '
will halt in fiscal 1953. +
Ph. ext. 8145. I at the Naval Air Station will be used to' carry out this
Will trade equity in a 34 ft. 1952; has received orders for I objective, and Navy buses wilt -. '
I .
House Trailer for equity in As a result, about 1,500 Navy overseas service. go to the bus terminal to assist : '
M. J. Clark. Ext. 359. lieutenants junior grade who "
house. Johns, a former enlisted man, in transporting personnel to the ('
MISCELLANEOUS were on a planned promotionlist 1 Station. I ;.}
served aa sergeant major of the
Baby sitter, 35c per hr. Janience will not get the boost in detachment prior to receivinghis The Shore Patrol will further ,fip
Baughn. 1212A Hancock St rank, and many who were recently -I commission. Sp disseminate the recall order in ...

NAS. Contact before 1900. promoted to lieutenant I I During WWII he served in the theaters, restaurants, dance halls ':':. :..
Riders wanted-Will be driving will be reverted to their previous Army as an enlisted man and beaches and other public gathering ;,;'. Jt w
to California Sept. 15. (San rank. : t1:;
served overseas in New Guinea, -4 places. v
Francisco) Exchange ref According to official calculations Leyte and Luzon. i, ,
erences. Mrs. R. A. Bonney, approximately 5,000 lieutenants WHEN THE station has been
1532 Pearl St. are being considered for secured for the hurricane, all ....., ': .
Lost-Cocker spaniel, blonde, female reversion to( lieutenant junior Capt. Helfrich married personnel or those with .'t, vi

6 wks old. 3438A, DeweyPark grade. However, reliable sources dependents will be permitted to .'\' f: ';,f#}
Continued from l)
( Page
Contact Joseph Simons,, indicate that many of these returned to their homes if they A n (

AD1, 0 & R, ext. 381. might be absorbed while others NAS Pearl Harbor. Two weeks can be spared. ; :: "-
before the Japanese attack, he .
might come under a new release When Condition I is given alt .: k
A worried gill came down reported to the Navy Yard at
program still in the planning. department heads are to keep key i4
from the mountains to tell her Pearl Harbor, as assistant to the +' 114Fp at their if
stages. civilian personnel ( {
doctor, "We gotta do somethin' Supply Officer. y to aid in securing the station and ....*:'

'bout grandmaw's" smokin'. She The Navy will continue as far In 1945.46, he was command. let all others go. t::. ;,

inhales. as possible, promotions to grades I ing officer of Aviation Supply Depot Normally the word to return.:1: \ :-
"Nothing so terrible about higher than lieutenant in orderto Guam, reporting there from to work will be given to civilian 1 .:
that, Elviry." sOothed the doctor reduce the number of lieutenants Philadelphia where he had servedas by local radio stations. If. the re:1"

to 'Plenty of women inhale now. who must be cut. But the I Supply officer of the Naval turn signal is not heard, then }.

days."You." don't understand\ ," persisted rider does not affect officers in Aviation Supply Depot and lateras .__.,____m personnel should use their; own .....4"" I'
the grades of lieutenant junior assistant Supply officer judgment in returning. j.,
don'texhale Sub Saves Blimp-A subma. .. '
Elviry. command.A i .. },:> ,'t!
and ensign. off "
grade rine rescued a Navy blimp
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Hogan and Dugan were sitting :
the coast of Florida after the
The number of officers promoted
will be visitor to an asylum noticed blimp was pulled into the around the cracker barrel i in the

For The Record trimmed to about commander 49 percent and an inmate who was sitting witha ocean set floatinglike by a downdraft a of free air bal.and. village grocery store. "Ah, the

(Continued from Page 2) their promotions will be delayed fishing pole dangling over a, loon. The lighterthanaircraft's spring, said Dugan, "It's the best ", '

ANSWERS about five months. Proportion. flower bed. Endeavoring to be motors were flooded season of the year. When April\...
1 Alfalfa. cut will pleasant, the visitor asked: "How with water and its propellers showers come and make every-; /;" # ,
even' greater
2. In the French river Seine in have caught" bent. The crippled blimp come up out of the 1 nd.'I-: ::;
be made in lieutenant commander many you (above) rides over the sub, 1'Ithmg
.'. 1803. It sank, due to faulty con. promotions. 'You're the tenth today," came USS Seapoacher, after tow. "I hope not, said HOga ;; ''' .
struction. I the unexpected reply* lines were attached. got three wives down then; .
3. Finland. .... '

( 4. The half-dime or what we Ic rncwtr II List In Marines 5 zlm.d .

Call a nickel, was the first coin 4 f to ... + Autos Lead Cause Of Death Navy, :

: struck in October, 1892. I II
t 5. Handball Washington (AFPS) Motor Corps, according to information I for 48.7 of all deaths

4 6. The English bowl on a large vehicle accidents during 1950 recently released by the Navy due to accidental injuries duringthe !

square of grass, using a ball caused more than twice as many Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, year.. .
which is somewhat flat on the deaths of Navy and' Marine By 1930, motor vehicle fatalitieshad There were 5,431 new admissions -
sides. It is rolled toward a round Corps personnel than did all caught up with drowning as to the stick list due to motor
out by vehicle accidents In 1950, and Sit :, (.
jack, which is thrown causes of death combined due to the number one cause ";
the first bowler, then by the leader disease. During 1930 there were 406 percent of these admissions involved V ; j
after the first set. Various two. personnel who were on '.
Drowning ,was formerly the deaths due to motor vehicle accidents More than three. .t
pair teams bowl on the same leave or liberty. '
grounds in a number of direc number one cause of occidental among Navy and Marine fourths of the personnel were in .: ,

tions at the same.timf'. I "Do you hear. a loud knock?* deaths in the Navy and Marine Corps personnel. These accidents the 20.29 age group. V ', >ui \ .

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