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Creation Date: March 15, 1951
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', All Hands Invited to 'Barrage Night for Margo' Tonite






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.. VOL-3 No. 51 UNITED STATES 'NAVAL A STATION. \ JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA March 15, 1951 f

!! Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wing 11
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-: Program Tonight




I }' 8eNo ak w d To Boost Margo I.



18 Acts, Boxing, To Be !



h'h'I Presented At 2000Eighteen
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,. acts of variety entertainment, including vocalists I

specialty dancers and instrumentalists, plus several

boxing bouts, have all been neatly packaged into a "Barrage

PIJ L Night For Margo" program to be presented tonight at t
ro NATTC auditorium at 2000. !

I All that remains for tonight's
'gala presentation, which features I dally stamped 67-cent vote coupon
I several professional performers, 1 at the gate. Tickets will be
n are last minute preparations. Programming available at the auditorium for 1
and production work those who have not had a chance !
-- -i has been handled by professionalsin I to take advantage of the advance '
_
_
I _____ sale.
various show business who are I \
Ij I now back on active duty in this : Two Segments
area, I. Tonight's show will be presentedin j 3
Tickets At Gate two parts. The first part will "
"Barrage Night For Margo" is I consist of the 18, perhaps more, ;
Q SURVEY BOARD l\IEETS-Rear Adm. Sherman II. Clerk, member of the Shore Establishment being promoted to elect the Navy's variety acts, to be followed by
i.Ii Survey Board of the Sixth Naval District, delivers the opening address to commanding officers of candidate, Ensign Margo Wilkinson !boxing matches. The ring contest
units at NAS, prior to the board's inspection of facilities in the Jacksonville area. Left to right are, Naval Hospital nurse, as I ants hail from the Green Cove and 1.
.R w Capt. Douglas T. Day NAS commanding; officer; Rear Adm. Clark; Capt. E. C. Parker, and Capt. Jacksonville's 50 Years of Progress NAS areas. The affair will also
", Albert Handler Celebration Queen. I mark the debut of the NATTC or ;I
Admission to the affair may be chestra. Margo herself will be present '

! 3 Schools "For Love Or Money" ScheduledFor had only by presentation of a spe> honor.at tonight's presentation in her :

ANNOUNCE NEW The 67-cent ticket for tonight's
program will serve a three-fold G
CommenceAt Presentation, Here Wednesday WORKING HOURS purpose-it will be good for an I
admission to "Barrage Night," an I
Hugh Herbert's sparkling and witty comedy "For Love Or FOR STATIONNew admission to the 50 Years Pageantto
NATTC Money", which combines comedy with a tender love story, will be be seen at the Gator Bowl, as
I presented by the famous Artillery Lane Players from the stage of working hours have well as an opportunity of helping'elect
' NATTCenter auditorium next into effect at the Naval
Wednesday, March 21. Curtain time gone
,
i) Margo Wilkinson
Three of the nine schools"to is 2000. Air Station as of Wednesday. as Progress
Celebration
Queen.
: be included in the steppedup Presented on Broadway in 1947, The working hours now, are: > .
, training of the "For Love Or Money" enjoyed a' stage romances, Mitchell finds Overhaul and Repair depart
. program successful seven months run, himself curiously embarrassed and ment, 0700 to 1530; Naval Air Food Handler
Naval Air Technical Training bringing stardom to June Lock- Incoherent when faced with the Technical Training Center, 0715
F Center here are already in hart. real thing. to 1610; Fleet Units and Public

operation, with the third Tickets for the stage show are Talented Cast Works department, 0730 to 1600 Course Starts
school, Airman Preparatory, priced at 50 cents, tax included.All Adeline Hiatt, a talented young while the balance of NAS and
personnel are invited. actress, now in her second season Com-Nab-6 will be 0800 to 1630.
,, having assembled for its first The story will be unfolded by with Artillery Lane Playhouse, Reveille, for NAS Barracks Next TuesdayCivilian
class early Monday morning. the professional Artillery Lane will be seen as Janet Blake Jo- only, will be sounded at 0600,
7 Classes in Aviation Ordnance Players of St. Augustine, who are seph Warren, who appeared here while messing hours have been and military per-
,, and Aviation Storekeeper schools well known to NAS personnel for last in "An Inspector Calls", plays set at 0600 to 0730, 1130 to sonnel of the
began last week, but are operating their fine presentations in the the warm role of love-smitten 1300, and 1630 to 1800. Navy who are
" l on a smaller input than the Air- past. Preston Mitchell. engaged in food handling will

,, man prep school. However the Fine Story Roy Poole, who also was seen Readers GuideAircraft be required to attend the
first two named schools will ex- The play Is a story of a girl, In "An Inspector Calls", plays Bill Food Handlers Training

pand proportionately along with Janet Blake, a lovable, amusing Tremaine, Preston's god-son and Quiz _...Page 3 Course to be held at NATTC:
of the
the increase in complement heroine, who works in a'dentist's deadliest rival for the girl's af- .
1
Barrage Night .Page auditorium March 20 21 and
Center, it was announced. ,
office. She thinks she hates men fections. Brenda Ericson plays
The Airman Preparatory School, Benny Sug Page 2 22. The classes will be held
until the night she meets Preston Nita Havemeyer, her rival in love; Comprisings ______Page 3
which is designed to teach funda- :Mitchell. Mitchell is a popu- Patrick Dwan and Mildred Beeryas Earl Wilson Page 4 from 0830-1100 and 1300-1600
, mentals of air technical training to lar Broadway actor, very hand- Bill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Giants Scouts _Page 1 daily.All.
" airman apprentices Just out of some, charming: and a widower.' Tremaine and Tim Tyrell and Me- Scouting Squadrons _. Page :5 I handlers are classified as
with class of
started
boot 175 enlisted camp, and Waves.a Slat- Mitchell hires the girl as his personal lanie Nesbitt as Mitchell's compe- Sports _._...._.Pages 6, 7 I personnel who prepare cook,
men for weeks the secretary, and as might be tent housekeeper and butler round Station Dialogue _....._Page 3 serve or otherwise handle :food,
ed operate ,
to eight
: '\. < expected, falls in love with her. out the cast which
promises an 2 ice other
Washington Report Page I cream or dairy products
input .
school 9 will have -
r'' by April ,an
o' of 485 per week. Although a veteran of-a thousand- evening of rare entertainment. Who's Who ___ ._..Page 3 I or wash or handle dishes, utensils

1 j Three Types Schoolsr Repeat Performance or Similar similar to equipment.last school
r The training structure is such I year's the
will include civilian
program as
; that men who are graduated from

. the pared petty.preparatory for officer further rates school training in the are leadingto aviation pre-- Giants Scouts To Attend Baseball Campfastest I speakers specialists well as Certificates military and in their instructors personnel.Given fields. wil All be


\ branch, of the Navy.
,'j Class B schools will train rated Off to a grand start last Food handlers must attend at
rF men up' to and including CPO's, hearts and praise of the young- man in baseball. He at one least one session per day for
\ when 400 three
t 'r while Class C schools will provide Saturday over sters, is the famous one-time in- time held the record for circlingthe days to get credit for the
:,' specialized instructions in various youngsters answered the call, fielder-of the New York Giants, bases. Certified Food Handlers cards
aspects of a particular subject. the third annual Jax-Navy and former manager of the Philadelphia Ravish, a former backstop with which will the be given those who

Boys' Baseball Training Phils. Genial Hans, now Toronto and Quebec, also won the complete During the course.three day session
the close admiration of the lads with
scout and trouble-shooter for
Camp into its second film strips, and other visual dis-
Red Cross Drive moves Giants 4
was once considered the (Please Turn to Page Col. 1)
session Saturday morning at ------- plays will be used freely to demo

: Continues Here Mason Field, with another! onstrate The course topics.to be conducted
: large gathering expected to here is one of several to be held

r While Margo and the Fifty greet two representatives of throughout the Armed Servicesin
.J Years of Progress Pageant at the the New York Giants' baseball conjunction with similar
,w Gator Bowl March 26-31, is club. schools being set up by the U. S.
Public Health Service, the State,
of most
claiming the attention
John "Hans" Lobert and Tony
county and city health depart
. everyone it should not be forgotten Ravish, scouts for the New York ments.
that March is also AmericanRed organization, will arrive here from Cooperative Effort

Cross month. the Giants' training base at San- Co-directors of the station .
program
t. 'i Dependent entirely,upon membership ford, Fla., to lend a hand in Saturday' are Russell Jackson, super
donations
uk and voluntary outing, which starts at
forbidden by visor of the Florida Food Han-
, for its support and 0930.
\ dlers Training Program and
combined
law to benefit by any Lobert, a 70-year-old, whose I r
drive such the Community -' \ Comdr. William F. Lyons, station
charity as
agility, pep and spirit belies his Industrial Medicine and Sanitation e
Cross
Chest, the Red
)j be considered old- \
.
age can an officer.A .
" the endorsement of the Jt'lYURt
bears timer as far as the school here is wealth of instructions wilt
Armed Forces as well as the civ- .J .
ilian element of the nation. concerned. This will mark Hans' 1Ii;:'- ..I......... : }. 4 be offered during the course
'As expressed by Admiral W. M. third straight year at the local here. Topics to be covered in-
Fechteler, Commande' in Chief camp. Ravish, a fiery backstop, GIANTS SCOUTS COMING-Two representatives of the New clude: bacteriology In food serv-
\ Atlantic Fleet. "During times of who has been turned into a scout York Giants baseball club, scouts John "Hans" Lobert, left, and ice: garbage disposal; insect and
. strife and catastrophe it is only by the Giants, will be making his Tony Ravish, right, will be on hand at' the second session of the rodent control; :food handling and
natural for service men to turn second appearance, here. Jar-Navy: Boys' Baseball Training Camp Saturday at Mason Field. communicable diseases; utensil
to the Red,Cross. Now the Rod Scout PopularLobert Both were here last year and scored a terrific hit with the youngster sanitation; food selection and<
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.) Cross turns to us." who hat captivated the ;. care and personal hygiene,






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Report From Washington '9.!
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Station Published Jacksonville.every Fla.NAS Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air Post-Aug. '45 Enlistees Get New ChanceUSAFI


Jacksonville
Capt. Douglas T. Day-Commanding Officer Two New
Offering CoursesBy
Comdr.. Porter F. Bedell Executive Officer

Lt. Lorenzo W. Baldwin Public Information Officer Armed Forces Press Service Is the Science of Pre-flight Aeronautics, and

Fleet Air Jacksonville THE AIR FORCE has announced promo- the other is Advanced Composition. The preflight .
Rear Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery Commander tion quotas for March, 1951, as follows. M/Sgt., aeronautics course provides Instruction
Capt. Allen Smith Chief of Staff 1.185; T/Sgt., 3,570; S/Sgt., 6.505; Sgt., 10000. In the basic conditions that enable man to 'J'I
Fleet Air Wine Eleven Total quota for the month is 21,930. The total

Capt. Jesse S. McClure .?.?..?__.-...__.-,_ .. Commander for February was 22,300. fly.The composition course offers training In
Comdr. Joseph B. Tibbets ...._..__...-._.__...._._ --.. Chief Staff Officer language skills required for successful continuation
Naval Air Technical Training Center REGULAR NAVY personnel who enlistedor of composition studies beyond the 12th

Capt. Lester K. Rice ..._____..._....m,,. Commanding Officer re-enlisted subsequent to August 15, 1945 in grade level, and effective use of writing in
Comdr. John A. Gamon, Jr. _'.............____.. Executive Officer a pay grade lower than that in which previous. work experience.
Naval Hospital ly discharged will be provided an opportunity *
Capt. DwIght J. Wharton Commanding Officer to compete for readvancement to the pay grade NEARLY 150 TONS of used clothing and

Capt. Guy EL Stahr___ Executive Officer held at the time of such previous discharge, shoes were shipped recently from the Seattle, ..'
NARTU the Navy has announced.An Wash., Port of Embarkation for distribution
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp! Commanding Officer exception to the policy Is that personnel to South Korean refugees. The.. articles were
Comdr. Laurence D. Ruc}!. Executive Officer discharged from ratings now included in the collected through the efforts of the Catholic I
rating structure only as emergency service War Relief Services, of Seattle.
Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration ratings will not be eligible for advancement -,

building Phone extension 8184. except by regularly established means. TilE U. 8. ARMY Band soon will sport a #.1
Editor-Andrew H. Planey colorful new uniform with a brilliant yellow- J
Staff Members John L. Almond; Barbara Rickman, SN; THE ARMY has added a distinctive silver gold coat replacing the present blue tunic. The I
Ed Nellist, SA; Gerald Hynes, SA. star to the Combat Infantryman award to Infantrymen new uniform Is considered more suitable for .
The JAX AIR NEWS U puDllMieU weeuy at the U. S. Naval Air Station,
Jacksonville, Florida, and printed commercially with non-appropriated fundsat and Medical Corpsmen who have wear at Important official functions.
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-33. Rev, seen action in both World War II and the *
Nov. 1945. Copies arc distributed' free ot charge at the Naval Air Station the Korean operation. The design is unchanged THE NAVY will base a complete seaplane
the Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, Naval Auxiliary: Air Station. Cecil Field: and for the first award, for either World War D patrol squadron at the Naval Air Station at

*eS.J.ftvltWk\ la a menoer ot the Armed Forces Press Servloe Reproduction or Korean service. The silver star Is addedto Coco Solo, Canal Zone, when reactivation work
+ of material from there sources mart bear a credit line Republication the basic design for the second award. now in progress is completed. The base has
of other matter, xaept by service publications U prohibited without pcmlssloi .
of Editor SAX AIR NEWS. been in partial maintenance status since World ..
THE U. & NAVAL Academy, Annapolis, War II days when it was used as Fleet Air
Benny Sug PaysEmployees Md. recently presented to the Royal Danish Support and Patrol Plane Base.
.
Naval Academy a handsome bronze tablet in
commemoration of the Danish Academy's250th VETERANS OF WORLD WARS, I and II I

Can Reap Nice Profits anniversary. who hail from West Virginia may now apply !
for the maximum of $tOO for overseas duty !
A CLASS OF 58 AIRMEN is now studying and $300 for stateside duty provided In the +i
Under Beneficial Suggestion Plan evacuation technique In the first Air Evacua- states new veterans' bonus law.
.
tion Technician Course recently started at the ,
Gunter Branch of the of "A SOLDIER'S STORY" the .
Would like to have School Aviation Medi- autobiographical !
you an extra pay check to take home? The
opportunity to do so Is available to all employees: of NAS Jacksonville cine, at Maxwell. AFB. .Montgomery, Ala. narrative of Gen. Omar N. Bradley's mill. .!
from North Africa to V-E
tary experiences
Station's
the
through Beneficial Suggestion Program.
The Beneficial suggestion_ Program U. S. ARMED FORCES Institute, Madison, Day will be serialized in Life Magagine during
which was originally established I actually make them a part of the Wise, now has available two new courses for April and published in book form June 6, the 1
in the Navy Department as i organization in which they were group instruction or individual enrollment. One seventh anniversary of D-Day in Normandy.

early as 1919 by the late President employed.Realizing that the Beneficial with savings realized and puts no n.w..+rw ..H+ N/. vV v....p,.. ..w..wr nvvlaw.v.,.,,Wr -,.,. .,'. s
Roosevelt, who at that time
limit as to the amount of an
was Assistant Secretary of the Suggestion Program could attain award to be paid to an emplojeeof I
these results, emphasis was placedon
Navy, has become an importantpart the Navy.
in the personnel program of the promotion of this programand
the present day Navy. awards were given to employees ? {

When originally begun, the Suggestion submitting suggestionswhich i AV EMPLOYEE is eligible to Y,
Program, as established at resulted in tangible or intangible submit a Beneficial Suggestion I
that time, permitted a periodic savings. During this Forms are available in all depart
review of all suggestions submit period, as has been the subject of ments either at Suggestion Boxesor
ted regarding the improvement of many a successful suggestion story : in Personnel Offices and may
a particular activity. The sugges- one suggestion alone saved be used in submitting a Beneficial '
tion which was selected as being the Navy Department millions of Suggestion to the Station Com 1
dollars in addition to producing mittee. Should an employee havean
the most beneficial to the activity
much needed anti-aircraft fuses idea regarding Improvement of
was awarded $1000) and even
which met all U. S. .
specifications. certain procedures or
though other suggestions submit processesand
ted led to an improvement, no .. requires help to get his idea
awards were given. TilE SUGGESTION' Program in writnig, he should contact the
since 1942 has been Committeefor
an importantpart Beneficial Suggestion
Between the period that expired
of the and is the he needs.
constantly
Navy help
from 1919 until the outbreak of
World War II, very little progress being pushed by top manage- Ruggestions may be forwardedto
ment because of the value it offers
was made in the Navy Bene- the Station's Suggestion Com ,w
ficial Suggestion Program. How in obtaining from experts- mittee either by Yard Mail, U. S. .
ever, at the outbreak of hostili- who are actually the workers per- Mail or may be placed in Suggestion
forming the many jobs of the Na Boxes conveniently located -
ties, it was realized that an increased
output demand would vy-their constructive suggestionsfor in most departments.
be improving the efficiency. of the 4
have to made of all employees. ..
Navy.An award scale established by IT HAS BEEN the opinion of INITIAL SCRUTINY Capt. Raymond N. Sharp, NARTU
employees that their ideas Commanding officer front, gives men of VF-742 the once
IT WAS AT THAT time that the President in 1946 set up a many
the squadron's first inspection since being called to active'service.
must be original. However when over in
,
the management of the Navy De- government wide scale to be used
left is Lcdr. Edwin Fischer VF-472 commandingofficer.
On the
,
realized one realizes the purpose of the
partment that a survey in determining awards to be paidon
.
should be made to determine: all adopted suggestions. This Suggestion Program it can readi- +
through what means increased scale provides for a minimum of ly be seen that a suggestion, even :
production could be obtained) in $10.00 for an adopted suggestion though not original with the sug-
the Interest of furthering Na- which Is determined to be meritorious gestor, but which adoption of will ukeAendWinq7
vy Department's war effort. and will result in a savings lead to an Improvement in station
Lacking was a procedure which to the Navy Department. The operation, it is certainly a constructive

would tax employees ability to increase scale also provides a certain suggestion and is worthy // Notes .
their productive output and amount to be paid commensurate of consideration.



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\'F-7U-Fighter Squadron 742 a brief resume of future stations ,
has now been on active duty five I I and operations.
weeks and the former "Weekend I .

Warriors" are beginning to fall Men of Marine Fighter Squadr -\ ."
into the daily routine The squad- called to active duty last!
s rine. The squadron members realize week, have finished indoctrination :
that theirs is now a full time and are adjusting themselves ;
job, and have responded to the to military life. The past week: I
occasion. was spent getting physicals, al: -

Twelve pilots were sent lotments and other paper work ..
to date.
through the NARTU instrument up "
Most of the veterans '
men are
school and in of bad
spite some
and military life will hold
no new
weather and a trip to Dallas,
for them. A few how-
experience ,
Texas, received their white cardsin
who eevr, are 18 year olds with no
three weeks time. Those
ever. are 18-year-olds with no
not instruments taco
were flying
kled administrative duties. previous service, but are giving'a
good account as members of
Na, >Yt Near the close of the Instru- the air reserve.

ment course, eight instrument pilots Among the members are the

were sent to Dallas to bring four Bass brothers, Cpl. Joe, Cp). r
back Corsairs.-While at Dallas the Johnny, Pfc. Gordon and Pfc. ,t
officers toured the Chance Paul, Jr., also the Wallace twins,
Vought Aircraft plant where the Pfc. Dave and Howe.

I NL Corsairs and 57U Cutlass are Beginning this week squadron
built. Four other instructor pilots pilots will begin intensive training
l qE were sent to procure aircraft.
consisting of close air sup-
The squadron underwent its port for ground troops in Am-
first Captain's inspection last Saturday phibious operations night flying
c au. According to Captain followed by gunnery rocket and
Sharp the squadron as a whole
.,. .. a.r-' ..dw... )...' .sw:. w .........Lts.a:..: J:'. :, .... ..w.. "smart", instrument training.Personnel .
was at inspection. making up the
EX-WEEKEND WARRIORS-Now on active duly, these ez-"Weekend Warriors" congregate! The squadron was honored ,ground crew, will be busy keeping
under the landmark sign atop the NARTU hangar. Left to right are Lt. Mark Hulsey, Lcdr. Charles Friday, March 3 by a visit of the planes available and re-
Rogers (CO) and Lcdr. L. B. Horley, of VP-741; Capt. Milliard Kelley; Major Thomas Mobley (CO) the prospective Carrier Air receiving up-to-minute briefing
and Lt. Byron Morris of Marine squadron VMF-144; Lt. (Jg) George Dangelman, Lcdr. Edwin Group Commander Comdr. on latest ordnance and mechanical -
Fischer (CO) and Lt. (Jg) Walter Maddox, all cf VF-742. Vincent Haythorne, who gave changes.I ..






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Dialogue i i

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("Station Dialogue" provides an I .... Lt. Michael S. Alexatos a
opportunity for military and civilian ''I ,). ." naval aviator since 1943 who ADAN George, whose Clifford marriage Gilbert Rhein, ii'
was re-
personnel of NAS to voice has compiled an outstanding ported in this column shortly after
their opinion on a question put to
record combat pilot andas Christmas is
as a ,
honeymooning
them by a Jax: Air News reporter). j.
with
a a photographic reconnaissance his new bride in Miami. He .

Today's Question Is: "Do you art pilot, was detached last dinr decided trip to before make the going belated to wed-
I
believe In drafting 18 olds?" sea.
year T'S" to. ... week from Composite Squadron -

William K. NATTCen- S Sixty-Two for duty in the Delmas E. Marlowe AEC, has
Stephens
,
Bureau of Aeronautics. : been transferred to VS-22 at Nor J

ter barber: "No, lr" # 'I two children
they should not a .. squadron for 20 months, recently in Norfolk, where
x. they make it \
(draft 18 year old s returned from duty in Korea I the .home..
aboard the USS Leyte where he
[boys. Simple )'eason was officer-in-charge of the VC- I Francis J. Glawson, AFC, reported

they are too 62 detachment while the carrier I for duty with the squadron -

I young and they was in the combat zone for four : for after serving with the staff
months. Commander Cruiser Forces,
.... deprived( One of the most popular officer Atlantic Fleet. lie plans to
of their edu- with other pilots and enlisted make Jacksonville the home for
'cation. I don't men alike, he has been recommended his wife and six children.
Wm. Stephens .
males for gold stars in lieu of Z
think draft
they should any the sixth and seventh air medalsfor I Four men reported from shore
until they are 20 years old. duty at NAS Jacksonville. They
distinguishing himself in
aerial j'
I believe should draft all
they t"t! flight over Korea. are Arthur W. Schaeffer, AMC,
veterans who have not had
over-
Harry Jennings
He was administrative officer AOC James C. a
seas duty regardless. whether and education officer for the Baze, Jr., AEAN and Frank Rob- I
they have dependents or not. These squadron before he went to sea : erson, Jr., AE3. ;:
18-year-old boys are nothing but in charge of three separate de S
kids. (Mr. Stephens has one child,
.. tachments. Four men re-enlisted for a total ,
.
a 14-year-old daughter)
Commissioned a naval aviatorin of 24 years last week. They

1943, Lt, Alexatos learned to are: Marshall E. Hoffman, AD2, 1
Earl P. Bonlfay, BMG2 NATTCenter k aas ? C z s. .Stye s, ait fly as a civilian. Before being of Columbus Ga., who has completed -
: "I think commissioned as a navy officer, almost six years of naval
It would be all he was a civilian flight instructor service; James E. Edmonds AD3, !I
under contract to the armed of Suffield, Conn. with five
right to draft 18 S .:. .' years ;
forces. of service; Charles W. Phillips,
;
: '
year olds. Per- > :;i' .', { the he exten- AN who
r : :; ,: Y\ During war saw has recorded nearly five
sonally, I believe t'. > :: ; sive combat action in the Pacific years of service in the Navy arid 1 1I
''lei are anxious > area. His home is in Ann Arbor, nine months in the Army; and d
'
many
... '' *'g akBA"sk...tk 4 E>a $ Michigan. Jackie L. Thomas, AN, of Toll ,
I
to get into some Gate, W. Virginia, who has fin- j
H branch of the jT$ : : As the result of three victorieslast I ised a three-year hitch in the
.service. As far as week the squadron basket- Navy.
Earl Bonlfay ball team continued in a three- I
being deprived of their schooling, way tie for first place in the national 1 1Who's
many of them can select a tradein t r 1M'tF e3' division of the station's IntraMural -
the service which they will have Basketball League. Who
for a lifetime. If the 'country runs Once again paced by the alert ;

out of 18 year olds then let them Bobby Baer,' AF3, who plays the :
start taking' the World War II forward court, the team snatcheda In Defense
veterans: hard-earned 56-52 triumph fromO

& R on Friday night after trailing (This Is the third of a series of
Fred. Farr, AA, Physical Train- during the greater part of the biographical sketches on the lead-

Ing: "Let me tell '__ "n".m.' .......nn..m... m.n........._. contest. era who make up the nation' Defense -
Baer rang up 29 points in the Department.)
you my answer is Correctly Identify These Aircraft And Win A Prize game with O & R. Earlier in
NO. In the first the week: he and Glen Peter-

- place too sen, AM3, a guard, shared hon
they are
Aircraft Contest Now I II
ors in defeating O & R 50-55 on
believe Monday night and in whipping
I Supply 66-37 on Thursday -- ,
them get their Attracts Younger SetThere night.

education. Noel Preaseau, AOAN, who recently -
Eight were two identification experts who correctly answeredlast returned from duty in Korea I
een is entirely too week's aircraft quiz, but because of rules governing the contest I aboard the Leyte joined the
Fred Farr one of them had to be ruled ineligible for the $3.00 Mainside Navy I' team last week and despite a lack r
young to draft/Let them take the Exchange_credit coupon which is awarded the winner. 'I of practice immediately demon. L.

.. veterans who have only done a one Ralph Musgrave, ATS, 01 strated his worth as an offensive
year hitch. These fellows have only Fleet Airborne Electronics Unit necessary to limit participationin and defensive player.

wasted the government's time and No. 2 was the contestant who the contest to only nand per I In the three last week
games
money and should be called Back garnered the award by identifying sonnel. >
he was responsible for breaking
... Into service." the top photo as the U. S. Remember that all naval per up numerous scoring thrusts by I
Airforce jet-fighter F-86 Saber, sonnel in this area are eligible the opposition and Lit the game
Thongs E. Haddock: Ensign, the center picture as that of the for the quiz and the rules of the with Supply he tallied 12 points.
Russian TU-2 bomber and the last contest are simple. .
[vF-43. Cecil view as the U. S. Navy PTV Nep- Here is all you have to do to Vincent S. Ricci the cherubic -:1t.
I
Field: "For a tune. win: first identify the pictured AKAN, took one look at the new
|:deeper strength The second contestant was Jim- aircraft as to type, designation, Clothing and Small Stores prices

jot manpower I my Lyons, 13-year-old son of ; and nationality, and then phone and publicly announced that he
Comdr. William F. who displayed your answers to either extension '
I Lyons I was commencing a diet to reduce i
believe we should a surprising initiative and 8181 or 216, or bring them to the his _.J\lathews
girth.
(draft the 18 year interest in naming the planes cor- Jax Air News offices in the Administration Ricei.. in making this announce- I Secretary of Navy

I olds. The younger rectly. Building. ment, shyly admitted that his Unanimously confirmed as Secretary .

...vt;. they come' the Jimmy, who is a student at Remember that no answers will dress blue trousers are a mite too of the Navy on Hay 25,
longer they can Lakeshore school spent consider- be accepted prior to 0900 Friday small for him, and quickly added. 1949 Has extensive experiencein
Thos. Haddock able time in the library perusing and that any contestant who at. that the new cost of such apparel law, banking, welfare work: and
go. It seems to me someone has aircraft recognition manuals to tempts to beat the deadline will is a mite too much for him. I civic projects .. .. Chairman of
got to go and why not start with obtain his answers to the contest be disqualified. lIe foresees a happy medium U. S. Chamber of Commerce Com
them. I think the boys should be and even though he is ineligiblefor To enable personnel to( check by a reduction of his daily caloric mittee on Socialism and Commune \

given stiff training before they the award a "well done" their answers each week, it is sug. intake. ism 1946 to 1918. /
go overseas so they will know should be extended the boy for gested that they save their copiesof Born at Albion, Neb., March 15, I
what to do( when situations arise." his perseverance. the Air News. Lt. (jg) Francis D. Fitzgibbon, 1887. Worked his way through :

Because the aircraft recognition I is sporting a brand new suntan. Creighton University by doing odd
Jamey S. Kemp, Supply Dept. contest is primarily designed Marine Wins But it wasn't obtained on any of Jobs and tutoring in Latin and
I employee: "Per- to stimulate interest" I Squadron Florida's famous beaches. i Greek Helped widowed mother

Isonally I don't among naval personnel! in this Air Reserve TrophyWillow That barbecued epidermis is support seven children Received ,
area In aircraft recognition and the result of a nap under a sun- Bachelor of Arts, 1910;
think they should Grove, Pa. (AFPS) loaned him Master of Arts 1911 and Bache-
as a means of testing their familiarity tan lamp by a neigh ,
(draft 18 year with the subject It U! Marine Fighter Squadron 451 re- bor in BOQ. Lt. Fitzgibbon fell lor of Laws, 1913 Member of
olds. As long as -- cently was awarded the Marine asleep under the warming rays American Bar Association.. a!

... _|w Americans To Fill VacancyOf Air Reserve Trophy as the nation'stop of the lamp and the good neigh- Member of Board of Directorsfor I
Marine Air Reserve
Corps bor forgot he was under it until Father Flanagan's Boys' Home, j J
[have other man- Squadron. The organization competed long after the maximum prescribed Boys Town Neb. One of the I
[power available Safety Inspector with 30 other squadrons in period had expired. founders of the U.S.O. Co-
25 major U. S. cities. I
of Associated
Chairman Servicesfor
call
let's on them. Applications are' being accepted I
James Kemp from qualified applicants for the the Armed Forces, 1950. !
did'not
I mean the veterans who
War II worked
World
During ,
purpose of filling a vacancy in the
If they are married
go overseas. GS-7 overseas in connection with welfare
position of Safety Inspector, i
and have family the government
a
in IndustrialRela ions Department of the U. S. Armed Forces, j
has made" preparations for their it was announced last week. and for relief of peoples in liber-
welfare. (Mr. Kemp is married ated areas.

and has three daughters). Industrial Relations Department Secretary :Matthews Is a mem-
Memorandum No 14-51 lists the
ber of the National Press Club, an
qualification requirements for this
member of the
and states that applica- honorary Army-
CPO NOTESBingo tions position will be accepted until March a s Navy Club. Washington, D. C.. and
IT 1951. Supreme Knight of the Knights of
is on tap Friday night Columbus, 1939 to 1945. ;
with another big jackpot for some Persons interested in applyingfor I The Navy Secretary is married !
lucky winner. this position should submit a and the father of six children. j
completed Standard Form No. 58 (AFFS) ,
A St. Patrick's Day dance will
to the Industrial Relations Offi- .
4 > !
be held with Jack Pitts' orchestra
providing 'the music on Saturdayat cer 1951., Building COT by March IT, Hot D- (Tamale) a 1

2100. *','../cial floor show fea- Mexico City (AFPS) :Mexican
turing local talent under the direction lunch. Results will be announcedlater soldiers, who are paid 90 peso
of "Doc" Benidict, KMC, ($10)) per month recently got a t
will be offered. The board of governors have BROTHERS AT VP-5-What's: good enough/ for his brotherIs break. When Mexico observed 1

Club president Howard White, voted $300 for a new television set. good enough for him, so reports George Woleshln. AA, left Army Day on February 19, soldiers '.
. IIMC, Is attempting to have the A proposed $175 for a new cigar- who joined his brother Michael, ADC, right at VP-5 .recently. were permitted to ride the
club opened from 1130 to 1300 for ette machine is also under debate. They are natives of Butler, Pa. street cars free all day ..





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Page Four JAX AIR NEWS March 15, 1951

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' Commendation (o II I EARL WILSON Says I

( PAW II Man for .

At a recruiting station they saida why some guy's line makes a girl

War AchievementA girdle is something to keep the Sleepy-It's all bunk' Marine)
Waves out of the Wacs. are convinced women wear girdles
When a Reservist is called back from instinct. They say it's a na-
Commendation Ribbon Pen- into the Navy the first thing he tural desire to be squeezed. '

dant, awarded for outstanding says is "Long time no sea:' (Copyright, Post-Hall Syndicate,
achievement during the landingon Shirley Ballard the aver- NYC: 1931)l
Okinawa in World War II says .. .
GI lock ..
.,It a R'Q Q age may for a girl who'sas
Gallu-
was presented to James T. pretty as a picture but spends t '

J zi personnel, radioman inspection second class of Fleet, during Air frame.most of his time admiring her District Survey :.:,.

Wing Eleven last Saturday.
. An infantry Looie says his ad- Board Conducts
Galluzi, recalled to active duty jutant has been planting wild oats I
' In October of last from New-
year I
for such a long time he's just an
burgh, N. Y., was given the award old sow and sow Puptent Pete Tour Of AreaThe
for his fine work while serving ? advises
that alcohol is a liquid for
with ComPhibsPac who was then
'
! Admiral Turner, aboard-the USS preserving almost anything but Shore Establishment Survey -
+ El Dorado. secrets. : Board of the Sixth Naval

When aircraft wiped out Most sergeants live till a gripe District left NAS Tuesday after
the antennae enemy system aboard the old age. One of those old ser- conducting a week's inspection

flagship, he worked continuouslyfor FL.OA11MU fellUi' The USS Chloris, modihed LSI' being geants says "Any soldier can fall of shore facilities in the Jacksonville ...
28 hours setting up and reestablishing turned into an ARVE-4( lines up beside the USS Megara, ARV into a woman's arms, but the area.
ship-to-shore commu- (A-6, at the Gibb Corporation shipyards in Jax, where both ves- trick is to keep from falling into The board of 14 officers, who

nications and the fire control net- sels are being fitted with equipment transforming them into floatO their hands." met in session with station offi-

work. : & R's. The ships are outfited for on-the-spot eemrgency repairsof Harvey Stone reports that the cials last Wednesday to begin ...

Galluzi joined the Navy to be aircraft damaged overseas. Army is in full swing again. He their tour, inspected all portionsof

aboard a ship, found himself attending says the sergeants are again ask- shore activities in the area. .
Forward Areas
Aid In
the radio school at Uni- In the brig they refer to an Rear Adm. Sherman H. Clark,

versity of Chicago. He was then overnight prisoner as a flash in Who headed the board empha-

transferred to the Army's 592nd the pen Marriage is a fifty- sized in his opening address to
Joint Assault Signal company, 'Floating O&R Shops' Being fifty proposition with the husband commanding officers of units at

which was trained by Marines: I giving all the fifties You can Jacksonville, that the expansionnow

As communication team supervi- Fitted At Jax ShipyardsIt's tell when a man's had enough to In progress throughout the
I drink-he starts asking for pinch- Navy should carried on as. effectively -
bottom Scotch.To .
factories for the as possible.
floating Navy now
.
be a music critic f
you've got
One already is operating in the Pacific, while another, to look at Doris Day in a bathingsuit

designated for Atlantic duty, is being prepared at the Gibbs and then really care whether

Corporation shipyards in Jax to perform emergency repairson Ing the recruits if they want their

all types of aircraft, including the modern jet.. she uniforms can sing too big or too small

The two ships, known as aircraft
repair vessels, form what is haul and Repair Department shops, Herb Shriner knows a vet who

called a "division" by the Navy. tached to the Overhaul and Repair re-enlisted in the army in order to SALTY HUMOR FROM
The "Choris," an ARV (E-4, NAS Jax, and at Navy schools. get a GI loan so he can pay back
and the "Megara," an ARV (A-6, Comdr. Austin himself was at- the GI loan he got in the last war I HERE AND THEREA

mothballed in 1945 at Green.Cove Department, NAS Seattle, before Puptent Pete has figured out
rn Springs Naval Station and re- coming to Jacksonville to com- pink elephant, a green rat
commissioned last, January will mand the Chloris. and a polka-dotted snake walked _01
now undertake the new duties. Asked what the expected load Holy Week into a cocktail bar.
.... ,dft. ., "You're little said
This type of vessel is.one destinedto capacity of the division might be, a early boys,
Meet Ari Wing Eleevn commanding save the Navy much time and Comdr. Austin replied that such the bartender.. "He. ain't. here yet.

officer, Capt. Jesse S. expense in the repair of aircraft operation was too new to judgeas ActivitiesAnnounced
McClure, left, pins Commend- damaged in air battles or at over- yet. "But there is no doubt of Mother: "Now, Junior, be a
ation Ribbon Pendant on JamesT. seas bases. the importance of these modern- good boy and say 'ah-h-h' so the

Galluzi, RMN-2. ized repair ships," he said. "The doctor can get his finger out of
time length involved in getting your mouth."
COMMANDING: the division is
lor, he was one of the first personsto damaged planes back into the air '* ill,
Austin. The
Lcdr. William R. shipshe
land on Guam and Saipan.A commands are being fitted again was a real bottleneck in the Holy Week services will open on "Anyone would think I was
surprise witness at last Sat- up Palm Sunday and conclude on Eas- cook house "
with all the shops and equipmentof last war, nothing but a in this ,
urday's ceremony was Galluzi'smoUler ter Sunday at St. Edward's Catho- .
but miniature Over- During World War II it was the wife complained.
who came to visit him a complete lic Chapel, according to an an- meals
haul and Repair Department. Us- necessary to ship many damaged "Not after a couple of
from her Newburgh, N. Y. home. nouncement Father John J. "
by
their aircraft back to the United States they wouldn't, her husband re-
Cap* Jesse McClure, Fleet Air ing own power supply they Burns, NAS Catholic Chaplain.
for repair, thus consuming many torted.
to start immediate
offi- are ready oper- .
Eleven commanding .
Wing '*
months before they were returnedto Ceremonies will be formally
ation as they move in behind the
cer made the presentation.< landing parties as soon as an air service. opened at the 0830 Mass on Palm Washing windows in a Pusan
field is established. J Sunday with a procession of the hospital, a Wac lost her balance,

Giant Scouts Comdr. Austin is also commanding I Dutch Officer Sanctuary servers carrying palms fell one floor and lit in a garbage
officer of the Clorls. Both he into the chapel. The blessing of can. A South Korean passed by
the palms will then follow after and saw her."Americans.
(Continued from Page 1) and the commanding officer of the
his fiery demonstrations in lastyear's Megara, Lcdr. Raymond J Devite, Qualifies inlets which they will be distributed to very wasteful," h* I
visit. are aviatois. the congregation. The St. Ed- reflected. "That woman good for

First Session Success Y ward's choir under the directionof ten,.twenty years yet"

The tempo of the training program EACH !"IIUmodified from an At VF12One Mr. Edward Bryan will furnish
the music for the occasion
will be stepped up slightly LST hull, carries a crew about '
for the second gathering Saturday, three times that required by an Nether- During Holy Week, daily mass
of two
Royal
with the lads scheduled to receive LST. Many of the two crews are will be at 0630 on Monday Tuesday -
lands training with U. S.
more detailed individual instruc- now learning tne fundamentals of pilots and Wednesday. On Tuesday ..
air Lcdr. Piet Van
tions.! aviation mechanics and the differ Navy groups, and Wednesday the Passion of

The first 1951 session last Sat- ent phases of repair, in the Over- Waart, RNN, recently while qualifiedin Christ will be heard. Wednesday
I jet fighter planes flying evening devotions will be at 1930
urday went off without a hitch ,r
with 12. I P
Fighter Squadron
consisting of exposition of the it
with the better than 400 youngsters Theatre Guide
Lcdr. Van Waart and his fel- .
Blessed Sacrament
Recitation of
from this area, swinging eagerly -
low countrymen have been observing
into action, following official Thursday, March. 15 and the meth- the Rosary, sermon and benedic-
studying
Cameron tion, to be followed by Confessions.
ceremonies opening the school. "Oh Susanna" _.Rod ods used by U. S. Navy air units
Capt. Douglas T. Day, Naval Friday, :March! 16 operating with fast carrier task Thursday of Holy week, knownas

Air Station commanding officer, ""Fury of the Congo" .... Johnny forces. Holy Thursday, will be markedby
officially welcomed the diamond Weismueller Incidental to his training with a High Mass at 0900, marking

hopefuls on behalf of the Navy, Saturday, March 17 VF-12, Lcdr. Van Waart made the anniversary of the last sup-
Following the mass, there will
while Jacksonville Mayor Haydon "The Emperor Waltz" ........ Bing the 3,000th carrier landing on per.
be
a procession of the children before -
Burns bid welcome on behalf of Crosby the USS Oriskany and was hon-
the Blessed Sacrament to the
the city of Jacksonville. ored with the traditional cake
On Hand I Sunday, March 18 Repository. There will be Adora-

Under Terry the guidance of Camp "Rawhide" ....... ....... Tyrone Power and ceremonies landing.attending a"thousandth" tion from that time until Good .

Coach Frank McCaffrey and Camp Monday, March 19 When he completes his tour Friday. There will be a Holy hour

Director Lcdr. Harry Knickelbine, I' "A Yank In Korea" ?..... .., LonMcAllister o: duty with U. S. Navy air Thursday evening at 1930 to be

Physical Training officer, the lads units, Lcdr. Van Waart will followed by Confessions.
Good will be celebrated
were put through their paces in Tues.-Ked., March 20-21 assume command of an air Friday
Mass of
the the Pre-Sancti-
swift fashion. "Bud Abbott and Lou Costello group aboard the only Dutch by 'to
This year's method of instruc- Meet the Invisible Man" .. Bud aircraft carrier, HMS Karel fled at 1200 until 1300. Venera-
tion of the Cross will follow,
tion has been changed somewhat.The Abbott and Lou Costello Doorman.
Meditations on the seven last
in from
students, ranging age
words of Christ on the Cross will
11 to 15, are divided into three age ..
,.
be presented from 1300 to 1430.
with each age group re- a '
<
groups in various .h < Then will follow the traditional Si ...,
instructions
ceiving '
phases. Last week the stars of to- stations of the cross, finishing at 1t' '; !?1 .
1500. The stations will be '
repeated '
instructions in !:
morrow were given ;
at 1930 and will be followed \::

base .
bunting, sliding and running. ,
Bill Terry former player and by Confessions.' ', ,.; .
aY. Holy Saturday will be kept with \
manager of the New York Giants,
instruct the the Blessing of Easter water and ,>>
was on hand to help ,t ,.
'I 4
He moved in and the Baptismal font at 0800 and .; ,
youngsters. '" ,,'v .
will be followed by the Holy Sat- ':
the
the crowd throughout
among urday Mass. Confessions will be :<..L :
entire session. ,$
,1
''' A ."
'
h'
heard from 1530 to 1730 and from ., ''I
<<
school '
the are
provided Instructors by the for Navy and the 1830 to 1930. ..' ..i..",., t'' !:'v".. .,'' : .

City Recreation on hand for department.Also the first. day'ssession i6b. the Easter same services time as will on other be held Sun-,t r :;-r-" i !, : 1i": ,,1. ..

were Comdr. Porter F. Be- days, 0545 at the Hospital Chapel, :
and 0830 and 1030 at St. Ed- i .
officer Crow- .? dell NAS executive ; 5
w ,
,
Tars' busi- $Y ward's. The 0830 Mass will be the ,*f 5'
ther Boyd, Jacksonville S. J ) 5i
High Mass on the Resurrection, r
Malli- Af'Pi S '
ness manager and Nathan J JL
St. Edward's Mixed
the
son, City Recreation department 3 y? sung by f ..#, .. _. "J
John MacLean, radio I Choir under the direction of Mr,
superintendent. Bryan. Music will be furnished at
director PENNSYLVANIA EAUTY--
station WPDQ sports j
: the 1030 low Mass by Charles Con- '
and announcer, acted as master of Here's a blue eyed blonde,
ceremonies. ;... ,.. roy, and Agnes Kasda. I Jeanne Ferguson, currently featured
" S.- FLIES WITH VF.l2-udr. Piet Van Waart, Royal Netherlands Catholic personnel will follow a In the May issue of

Reports from Miami Indicate Naval aviator (center) is shown as he was welcomed aboard for strict fast and abstinence all day "Glamorous Models." A nativeof

.. next summer's bathing suits for training duties with Fighter Squadron 12 by the squadron's executive Good Friday and until noon on Havertown, Pa., she's 21,
women will have less cotton than officer, Ltdr. John L. Carter, left, and Lcdr. Joseph M. Holy Saturday, the formal closingof stands 5-6, weighs 120, and ..

you can find in *n aspirin bottle. Campbell, VF-12's operations officer, right. Lent. measures 35, 24 and 35.I j



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March 15, 1951 JAX AIR NEW Page Five I;4,



----s FASflon 9 RepoitsScouting .,




A Distinguished Flying The Squadrons 1

Cross was awarded to JerreR. ;

McBride, ADC, of Fasron FAI.Slton Nine Fasron devo- '
6, last Saturday at the squad- tees of the divot and tee have and it is anticipated that it will ; I

1 fan} inspection. combined their respective talentsto soon more nearly represent all .

,.,. .. The permanent 'citation reads: form a squadron golf team in squadrons.All ;
For heroism and extraordinary order to participate in the Cecil material) submitted for use ,

achievement in aerial flight Field intramural golf play., Dr. should be sent to the Jax Air

against enemy Japanese forces in Rice possessor of the lowest han- News prior to 1200 on Monday of

the Santa Cruz New Hebrides and dicap, has been appointed team the week it is desired to be print

Solomon Islands Areas from August captain. ed. Proper news form of,contributions ,

6 to August 26, 1942. Com- All hands in the squadron needno will be checked and captions
pleting his twentieth mission dur- reminder they are invited to. for pictures submitted will be

.ing this period, McBride partici- try their hand at golf. If anyone written. j
pated in )hazardous patrols and assisted feels they are good"enough to Suggested news from the squtfd- ,

, .i in pressing home a bombing compete then make a try for a ron may consist of promotions, ar- "
attack on a surfacing Jap subma- berth, for the team is chosen on a rival aboard, outstanding prominence

n competitive basis. Interested per- of a group or an Individual, ,

ne.TracIng an oil slick left by the sonnel may contact Dr. Rice at births, commendations, marriages,
Ext. 252. and perhaps a personality story on '
... damaged submarine, he aided his .
pilot in carrying out an attack an outstanding personality in the
PROMOTION CEREMONY Capt. Carson Hawkins commanding I
Lcdr J. M. has
Edgar returned squadron. Sports news is always
which sank the craft, thus con- f
officer of.Cecil Field (center) reads his acceptance of to the squadron after completing: a welcomed.
tributing materially to the success promotion to his present rank, with Capt. Douglas T. Day, NAS 16-week course In Advanced Un- 'f
in inflicting of severe damageon commanding officer, left and Mrs. Hawkins right as witnesses. derseas Weapons School at Key
the enemy. By his skill and Newly promoted from the rank of commander Captain Hawkins West Florida. .
,
courageous devotion to duty in the has been commanding officer of Cecil Field since September 1950. *
face of hostile aerial opposition }
A. O. Kimble, AEl, recently departed -
McBride
upheld the highest tradi- SUPPI.Y
tions of the United States Naval MARINE THREE-TIME WINNEROF on 30 days leave with his
Service." destination St. Johns, Newfoundland. -
The rumor has spread it's {s

.. The men of the squadron were I TED MACK AMATEUR HOUR for matrimonial. purposes.. i \

given a "Well Done" by Comdr. E. ROUNDUP Most frequent .!
I
Chief
M. Morgan, commanding officer A Korea victim Cybulski, recently appointed question asked of Sidelights is, I
war now
of the Fasron
for their cooperation In assisting: ton Hall college. lie was teaching manager" Did Raymond Bracey keep the j
in recent structural to recuperating at the Naval l "Raiders, softball team, has been I Pontiac he
a change school in Norwalk; Ohio, when he won with that single i
aircraft Hospital here, has become a was recalled to active duty in Au- making efforts to enter the squad : 25c chance he held for the Key
in the fast Jacksonville
eel three-time winner on the Ted gust, 1950. City : West Carnival drawing Answeris ; \
Everette Seymore, ADAN and CS League. yes! After a pleasant few hours :
Mack Original Amateur Hour.
Louis Leone, ADAN were cited for While with the Fleet Marine Some excellent talent is available at the K-W air station while pap-
their work the command- Charles J. Conroy HM-3, who this year and a topnotchteam cleared
good by Forces in Japan he was transferred ers were and Bracey was
ing officer of the USS Tarawa. won top honors in the AmateurHour's to Korea where he was wounded is anticipated. That vital photoed for the local news, he took
y These two had traveled broadcast from NAS Feb- support from the fans will soon be his
men to Or- in November, 1950, at Chosin possession of prize and drove
Florida to ruary 15, appeared in competitionthe called for and it is hoped that back to Jax
lando repair one of Reservoir. A short time later he stopping long enoughat
the carrier's planes which made a following two weeks, winningthe was flown back to the states and squadron members will back up Miami to get his first look at

forced landing due to, propeller majority of votes from listen- has been a patient at the Naval therl team by giving both their Florida's most beautiful city, and
trouble. ers all over the country each week. Hospital here since January of this physical "and vocal support to the to try to see Eddie Rickenbackerwho

" ... The piano-playing Marine thus "Raiders. had attended the Carnival especially =
"Look sharp be sharp, feel joins the select list of three-time year.A pianist since he was five, Con- to draw the lucky number -
sharp" was the password of the winners and will vy for national I' If you haven't got a high .
crew during the inspection and honors in the Ted Mack Original school diploma, you are not tak- Rickenbacker
Amateur finals at Madison ing advantage of was not at his office -
breezed Square a splendid opportunity -
they through with flying
but
Bracey, undaunted pour-
Garden in June. now available to you.
colors.
The educational officer can assist ed out his gratitude in a 5-or 6-
What does think page letter to which he hopefully
about
C'onroy you through USAFI, In
White hat of the week is An-
D. AK1 who hails all this honor and fame?: "I'm qualifying for a diploma from awaits a reply Total mileage he
gelo Zingaro
,
has on the far
put car so : 1024.. No
from Jersey City, N. J. Enlisting quite surprised I have won your home town high school. If
dents, no bumps, no scratches.
fine He
against such competition.
Interested Chief
see
in March 1943 he saw action in Oppenheimer -
the Mariannas the Philippines and I further added, "I am grateful to as soon as possible.
who helped me win. I HOBBYIST About two years
everyone NOTE
. was on Okinawa when the war
ago Robert Simms (Issue Control
ended. want to pay special tribute to "Scouting The Squadron" is for )
Miss Charity Angel and Miss use of all squadrons and all squadron became interested in the hobby
"Zing, as he is known by his which had already been
McCall Red Cross workersat intriguing
Ruth
PIOs are invited to submit
shipmates, was the first sailor tore
his brother-in-law for
the These two some two
Hospital.
gra- material for
use. Although only a
-enlist on Okinawa after the
war earlier. The
ended. cious ladies urged me to enter few squadrons has used it in the years hobby: collecting
the Amateur Hour and becauseof historical relics from historical
After past, the column is relatively new
gentia. their persistence, I entered the spots. No job for a lazy man, the
NAS broadcast that gave me my collecting demands much research
to Fasron 6 where he is petty offi- chancel"! I hard work, and produces a goodly
cer in charge'of the supply office. share of
Piano-playing Conroy was born'in disappointments all of
" .. He has one ambition and that is to Orange, N. J., 23 years ago. His which are worth the effort claims

make Chief.. parents now reside in St. Peters- Bob.
burg, Fla. After attending schoolat Charles Conroyroy
Equipped only with a few dig-
Johnny L. Hardwick, PR3 has Orange, N. J., he attended Se- naturally turned to his play- ging tools and an Army salvage
been welcomed
back to the
squadron ing while recuperating here. He
-I ... mine detector, these amateur ar-
from the hospital where he was urged to appear on the Ted
cheologists (consisting of Bob, his
underwent an eye operation., Margo Holding Mack show here. He was adjudgedthe
I brother-in-law Bill Jones, and a
rendition of
winner, with his third
partner, Wilbur Simmons)
Ace Sharpshooter I, "Tarentella.,' A week later he wentto Thursday, March 15 scour Jax: vicinity and adjacent

Down Second New York won that particular Singing wheels club, join the territory in search of relics which
'Assigned to NATTCThe contest and won the third time crowd at 1930 transportation to will help substantiate the historical

holder of 44 awards Ace with his rendition of Chopin'sWaltz the rink. records.So .

sharpshooter Robert S. Stringer Spot In Race in A Flat. Saturday March 17 far their work has unearthed

AKC, has been assigned to the It will be a big day in June St. Patrick's Day formal dance, such interesting items as a shoe-

Naval Air Technical Training Center Margo is still running sec- when Conroy competes against thenation's guest of honor U. S. Marines. All buckle, an apothecary scale a tom-

to instruct at AN (P) school. ond in the Jacksonville 50 finest performers. He has service personnel' welcome. Music ahawk, an octagon-shaped gun bar-

Chief Stringer fires a .45cali Years of Progress Queen Con- come a long way since Korea, but by Green Cove Springs Navy Or. rel, a battle-axe and a bullet-
ber left-handed and a .22-caliber with his courage and heart plus chestra. mold most of the items dating
Mght-handed and has won eighteenfirst test, according to the latest his talented fingers, he'll give thema Sunday, March 18 back to the 18th Century.
reports.The run for their money. The Mar
place medals with
together 1000 to 1200 Java hour; 1700 to
aix second and twenty third-place Navy is sure its candidatecan ines always do! 1730 Youth for Christ
i Vespers by ; NAVY WIVES
awards. win but it will take the united 1930
Community singing.
Back in 1943 Stringer made voting strength of all naval and Everything you tell a woman March 19
Monday
,
such a poor showing in small arms civilian personnel if she is to wear goes in one ear and over the back Newly organized bowling club, CORNERA

fire that he was determined to the royal robes in the colorful fence. leave club 1930
at transportation regular business
learn to shoot accurately if it took ceremony preceding the huge stage If all the"automobiles In United furnished. held March 7, at the meeting clubhousein was
him forever. Three later in the Gator Bowl March
years spectacle March 20
States were placed end to endit Tuesday Dewey Park. Five prospective
the Naval Air Technical 26-31.
representing -
would be Sunday afternoon. Junior Hostesses in charge. members were introduced.
Center in the national Leads _
. .., Training Hospital -- ..... ......... -... I Main topics of discussion was
pistol matches, he won first placein Naval Hospital still leads the r'rr --"''''' '\ --" the forthcoming Southeastern Regional
the .45-caliber rapid fire event. department sales, having sold 19 -
District
meeting of the
The ambidexterous ,chief spendsall books. Since Margo is one of the I
Wives Club
Navy of America to
of his time at attractive attached to ,
spare practicing nurses the 'I
be
held here in May. The Jack-
.. ... ex-1'
the station range with Master Ser- Hospital such a count was : sonville
Navy Wives Club will be
geant James P. Brogdon NAS pected. hostess to this of Navy
group
Brig Warden Allan C. Johns,,ADC, But Margo, it is pointed out, is wives who are expected to come
and Clifford C. LaRue, ADC both representing the entire Navy in here from all the Southern States.
of VP-861. the Jacksonville area., selected by
Much work has to be done to
They anticipate going into re- elimination vote by several com- w r 1 13Q make this a successful conven-

gional pistol matches in August as mittees composed of civilians, en- .l tion and many helping hands are
a group and are hoping to attend listed and offIcer. personnel of Ce- f <7x needed. All Navy wives on the

events in and around Jacksonville. cil Field Green Cove Springs, and station, who do not already belong -
r Stringer is planning also to en- all units and departments at NAS to the club, are urged to con

ter state tournaments this summer Jax.: tact the president, Mrs. Elliot

.. in Individual competition.Marines Some Lagging Newell at extension 8286 or attend -
.
Green Cove, unreported last the next meeting March 21
week, announces 15 books sold as at the clubhouse in Dewey Park.
Start of March 3. Other departmentsand The club voted on several im
units, in the order of sales are provements for the Nursery..

Rotation PlanWith as follows: Supply, 6 books, 32 Among other things, a water
strips; FAW-11, 6 books, 15 strips' fountain will be installed in the
U. S. Marines, Korea O. & R., 6 books, :5 strips; NATTT play yard and an additional

("rS-The First Marines have 4 books, 20 strips; NARTU, swing and new toys will be put

inaugurated a rotation policy for books, 6 strips; ComFairJax, chased. Patrons are reminded .

its Korean troops. books, 1 strip; PIO, 3 books, ar. that neither lunch or supper will
Maj. Gen. Oliver P. Smith said Medical, 2 books. be served on Sundays except to
recently that 600 Marines have so Having sold less than two book infants. These babies should arrive -

far been returned to the United are, in order, Cecil Field, Admin MARCO AT CECIL-Members of VA-45 at Cecil Field. beamat at the Nursery one hour before -
States for leave and duty assign istration Air Group 17; VF-41, Operations the Navy's candidate for "Miss Jacksonville of 1951," Ensign their required feeding time.' j

ments. Following leave, these Industrial Relations, Marco Wilkinson during her visit to Cecil last week. Atop the For any suggestions or Information 'II' "

. Marines will help to indoctrinate Communications, FASRon 6, and ammunition truck are left to right Ralph Eddy ADAN; Philip please call the supervisorat ''f

members of. new units Security, Karns, AOl; William Wells, AO1, and.Edward J. Sows, AN. extension 368.






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Oonimeriaafum FAW 11 Man for(o Ldia. II EARL WILSON Says I



At a recruiting station they said why some guy's line makes a girl
War AchievementA a girdle is something to>> keep the gleepy-It's all bunk Marine
Waves out cf) the Wacs. are convinced women wear girdles
Commendation When a Reservist Is called back from instinct. They say it's a. natural
Ribbon Pendant
: into the Navy the first thing he desire' to be squeezed. '
awarded for ,
outstanding
i achievement during the landing says is "Long time no sea." (Copyright, Pout-Hall Syndicate\

on Okinawa in World War II, Shirley Ballara says* the aver- NYC.,.1951)
was presented to James T, Gallu- age GI may look for a girl who'sas >
zi, radioman second class, during pretty as a picture but spends District
f personnel inspection of Fleet Air most of his time admiring her Survey
Wing Eleven last Saturday. frame.

Galluzi recalled to active duty An infantry Looie says his ad- Board Conducts
ra In October of last year from New- jutant has been planting wild oats
: burgh, N. Y., was given the award : for such a long time he's just an I
y for his fine work while serving I old sow and sow Puptent Pete Tour Of AreaThe
with ComPhibsPac, who was then | advises that alcohol is a liquid for
Admiral Turner, n oard-the USS preserving almost anything but Shore Establishment Sur-
{.' EI Dorado. secrets. vey Board of the Sixth Naval
When enemy aircraft wiped out Most sergeants live till a gripe District left NAS Tuesday after
the antennae system aboard the old age. One of those old ser- conducting a week's inspectionof
flagship he worked continuouslyfor *'LOA11MU bulb The tSS Chloris modified Lisl being geants says "Any soldier can fall shore facilities in the Jacksonville -
28 hours setting up and re- turned into an ARVE-4 lines up beside the USS Megara. ARV into a woman's arms, but the area.
establishing ship-to-shore commu- (A-6, at the Gibb Corporation shipyards in Jax, where both ves- trick is to keep from falling into The board of 14 officers, who
sels are being fitted with equipment transforming them Into float- their hands."
: nications and the fire control net-
met in session with station officials -
work. O & R's. The ships are outfited for on-the-spot eemrgency repairsof
Stone
:
Harvey reports that the last Wednesday to begin
I Galluzi joined the Navy to be aircraft damaged overseas. Army is in full swing again. He their tour, inspected all portionsof

aboard a ship, found himself attending Aid In Forward Areas says the sergeants are again ask- shore activities in the area.
the radio school at Uni-
I In the brig they refer to an Rear Adm. Sherman H. Clark,
; versity of Chicago. He was then
overnight prisoner flash in who
as a headed the board, empha-
transferred to the Army's 592nd 'Floating O&R Shops' the pen Marriage is a fifty- sized In his opening address to
Joint Assault Signal company, Being
fifty proposition with the husband commanding officers of units at
which was trained by Marines:
giving all the fifties You can Jacksonville, that the expansion
As communication team supervi- Fitted At Jax Shipyards tell when a man's had enough to now In progress throughout the
drink-he starts asking for should be
I pinch- Navy carried on M. effectively -

.1.1t It's floating: factories for the Navy now! bottom Scotch. as possible.
Ax To be a music critic you've got 4s *
-
I One already is operating in the Pacific, while another, to look at Doris Day in a bathingsuit
designated for Atlantic duty, is being prepared at the Gibbs' and then really care whether

Corporation shipyards in Jax to perform emergency repairs Ing the recruits if they want their

on all types of aircraft, including the modern jet. j uniforms too big or too small.

The two ships, known as air- she can sing,
craft repair vessels, form' what is haul and Repair Department shops, Herb Shriner knows a vet who
called a "division" by the Navy. tached to the Overhaul and Repair re-enlisted in the army in order to SALTY HUMOR FROM
The "Choris," an ARV (E-4) NAS Jax, and at Navy schools. get a GI loan so he can pay back
,,; and the "Megara," an ARV (A-6) Comdr. Austin himself was at- the GI loan he got in the last war HERE AND THEREA
mothballed in 1945 at Green.Cove Department, NAS Seattle, before ,. Puptent Pete has figured out
Springs Naval Station and re- coming to Jacksonville to com- pink elephant, a green rat
commissioned last January will mand the Chloris. and a polka-dotted snake walked
Jlii' now undertake the new duties. Asked what the expected load Holy Week into a cocktail bar.
w $ ; _. capacity of the division be "You're little said
This type of vessel is.one destinedto might a early boys,
Fleet Art Wing Eleevn commanding save the Navy much time and Comdr. Austin replied that such the bartender. "He ain't here yet."
officer, Capt. Jesse S. expense in the repair of aircraft operation was too new to judgeas ActivitiesAnnounced .
McClure left, pins Commend- damaged in air battles or at over- yet. "But there is no doubt of Mother: "Now, Junior, be a
ation Ribbon Pendant on JamesT. seas bases the importance of these modern- good boy and say 'ah-h-h' K the
Galluzi, RMN-2. ized repair ships," he said. "The doctor can get his finger out Oil
COMMANDING the division is time length involved in getting your mouth."
lor, he was one of the first personsto
.
land on Guam and Saipan.A Lcdr. William R. Austin. The shipshe damaged planes back into the air *,
surprise witness at last Sat- commands are being fitted up again was a real bottleneck in the Holy Week services will open on "Anyone would think t I was
urday's ceremony was Galluzi's with all the shops and equipment last war." Palm Sunday and conclude on Easter nothing but a cook in this house,"
mother, who came to visit him of a complete but miniature Over- During World War II it was : Sunday at St. Edward's Catholic the wife complained.
from her Newburgh: N. Y. home. I haul and Repair Department. Us- necessary to ship many damaged Chapel, according to an an- "Not after a couple of meal
Cap Jesse McClure, Fleet Air ing their own power supply they aircraft back to the United States nouncement by Father John J. they wouldn't," her husband re-
Wing Eleven commanding offi- I are ready to start immediate oper- for repair, thus consuming many Burns, NAS Catholic Chaplain. torted.
cer made the presentation. ation as they move in behind the months before they were returnedto Ceremonies will be formally S .
4.5 landing parties as soon as an air service. opened at the 0830 Mass on Palm Washing windows in a Pusan
field is established I I Sunday with a procession of the hospital, a Wac lost her balance,
Giant Scouts Comdr. Austin is also commandIng Dutch Officer Sanctuary servers carrying palms ; fell one floor and lit in a garbagecan.
officer of the Cloris. Both he into the chapel. The blessing of I A South Korean passed by
(Continued from Page 1)) and the commanding officer of the the palms will then follow after and saw her."Americans.
his fiery demonstrations in last Megara, Lcdr. Raymond J. Devite, Qualifies inlets which they will be distributed to very wasteful," M
year's visit. are aviatois. the congregation. The St. Ed- reflected. "That woman good for
First Session Success ward's choir under the directionof tenBtwenty years yet."
The tempo of the training program EACH SHIP, modified from an At VF12One Mr. Edward Bryan will furnishthe
will be stepped up slightly LST hull, carries a crew about music for the occasion.

for the second gathering Saturday, three times that required by an During Holy Week, daily maSs
with the lads scheduled to receive LST. Many of the two crews are of two Royal Nether- will be at 0630 on Monday, Tuesday -
more detailed individual instruc- now learning the fundamentals of lands pilots training with U. S. : and Wednesday. On Tuesdayand
tions. aviation mechanics and the different Navy air groups, Lcdr. Piet Van Wednesday the Passion of
The first 1951 session last Saturday phases of repair, in the Over- Waart, RNN, recently qualifiedin Christ will be heard. Wednesday
went off without a hitch, I jet fighter planes while flying evening devotions) will be at 1930
with the better than 400 youngsters Theatre Guide with Fighter Squadron 12. consisting of exposition of the
Lcdr. Van Waart and his fel-
from this area, swinging eagerly Blessed Sacrament, Recitation of
into action, following official Thursday, March 15 low countrymen have been ob- the Rosary, sermon and benedic-
ceremonies opening the school. "Oh Susanna" ____.Rod Cameron serving and studying the meth- tion, to be followed by Confessions.
ods used U. S. air units
by Navy
Capt. Douglas T. Day, Naval Thursday of week
Friday, March 16 operating with fast carrier task Holy knownas
Air Station commanding officer, "Fury of the Congo" .... Johnny forces. Holy Thursday, will be markedby
officially welcomed the diamond Weismueller Incidental to his training with > a High Mass at 0900, marking
hopefuls on behalf of the Navy, the anniversary of the last sup-
Saturday, March 17 VF-12, Lcdr. Van Waart made
while Jacksonville Mayor Haydon "The Emperor Waltz" ........ Bing the 3,000th carrier landing on per.> Following the mass, there will
Burns bid welcome on behalf of be> a procession of the children before -
USS
Crosby the Oriskany and was hon-
the city of Jacksonville. the Blessed Sacrament to the
ored with the traditional cake
Sunday, March 18
On Hand There
Terry Repository. will be Adoration -
Under the guidance of Camp "Rawhide" ................ Tyrone Power and"thousandth"ceremonies landing.attending a from that time until Good

Coach Frank McCaffrey and Camp Monday, March 19 When he completes his tour Friday.. There will be a Holy hour
t. "A Yank In Korea" ........... LonMcAllister
Director Lcdr. Harry Knickelbine, o* duty with U. S. Navy air Thursday evening at 1930 to be
Physical Training officer, the lads units, Lcdr. Van Waart will followed by Confessions.Good .
were put through their paces in Tues.-Red., March 20-21 assume command of an air Friday will be celebrated
swift fashion "Bud Abbott and Lou Costello group aboard the only Dutch by the Mass of the Pre-Sanoti
This year's method of Instruc- Meet the Invisible Man" M Bud aircraft carrier, HMS Karel fied at 1200 until 1300. Veneration
tion has been changed somewhat. Abbott and Lou Costello Doorman. of the Cross will follow.
The students, ranging in age from Meditations on the seven last
-- -
11 to 15, are divided into three age words of Christ on the Cross will
groups, with each age group re- be presented. from 1300 to 1130.
ceiving instructions in various Then will follow the traditional
phases. Last week the stars of to- stations of the cross, finishing at
morrow were given instructions in 1500. The stations will be repeated -
bunting sliding and base running.Bill at 1930 and will be fol-
Terry, former player and S lowed by Confessions. Y
manager of the New York Giants, Holy Saturday will be kept with
was on hand to help instruct the the Blessing of Easter water and
youngsters. He moved in and the Baptismal font at 0800 and <
among the crowd throughout the will be followed by the Holy Sat-
ntire session. urday Mass. Confessions will be
Instructors for the school are heard from 1530: to 1730 and from ,:.
provided by the Navy and the M 1830 to 1930.
City Recreation department.Also Easter services will be held at
on hand for the first day's the same time as on other Sun- 3'4I. '!
session were Comdr. Porter F. Be- days, 0645 at the Hospital Chapel, : -
dell, NAS executive officer; Crow- and 0830 and 1030 at St. Ed- .., '
ther Boyd, Jacksonville Tars' business ward's. The 0830 Mass will be the : -
I manager and Nathan Malli- High Mass on the Resurrection, AFPl j
son, City Recreation department sung by the St. Edward's Mixed 1 +
superintendent. John :MacLean, radio Choir under the direction of 'Mr. ... .4
>> station WPDQ sports director ,Bryan. Music will be furnished at PENNSYLVANIA EAUTY-
and announcer, acted as master of the 1030 low Mass by Charles Con- Here's a blue eyed blonde, ''
ceremonies roy, and Agnes Kasda. Jeanne Ferguson, currently fea-
FLIES WITII VF-12-Lcdr. Piet Van Waart, Royal Netherlands Catholic personnel will follow a tured in the May issue of
Reports from Miami indicate Naval aviator '(center) Is shown as he was welcomed aboard for strict fast and abstinence all day "Glamorous !Models." A nativeof
1 next summer's bathing suits for training duties with Fighter Squadron 12 by the squadron's executive Good Friday and until noon on Havertown, Pa., she's 21,
women will have less cotton than officer, Lcdr. John L. Carter, left, and Lcdr. Joseph M. Holy Saturday, the formal closingof stands 5-6, weighs 120, and
you can find in an aspirin bottle. Campbell, VF-12's operations officer, right. Lent. measures 3S, 24 nod 35.




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p pSix Bits'-j FASRon 9 ReportsScouting


I

A Distinguished Flying The SquadronsFASRon

Cross was awarded to JerreR. .

McBride, ADC, of Fasron Nine .

6, last Saturday at the squadron tees of the divot ,
inspection. combined their

.. ... The permanent ''citation reads: to form a squadron
For heroism and extraordina'ryachievement order to participate
in aerial flight Field intramural golf
Against enemy Japanese forces in Rice, possessor of the
the Santa Cruz, New Hebrides and r dicap has been
Solomon Islands Areas from Au- captain.All .
gust 6 to August 26, 1942. Com- hands in the
pleting his twentieth mission dur- no reminder they are
.ing this period, McBride partici- try their hand at
pated in i hazardous< patrols and assisted feels they are good

'. In pressing home a bombing : a> ., > compete, then make
attack on a surfacing Jap submarine berth, for the team is
iPROMOTION Jk < competitive basis.
Tracing an oil slick left tfy the sonnel may contact
damaged submarine, he aided his Ext. 252.:
... *
J pilot in carrying out an attack CEREMONY Capt. Carson Hawkins, commanding Lcdr J. M. Edgar
which sank the craft, thus con- officer of.Cecil Field (center) reads his acceptance of to the squadron after
tributing materially to the suc- promotion to his present rank, with Capt. Douglas T. Day NAS 16-week course in
cess In inflicting of severe damageon commanding officer left and Mrs. Hawkins, right as witnesses. derseas Weapons
the (enemy. By his skill and Newly promoted from the rank of commander Captain Hawkins West, Florida.
courageous devotion to duty in the has been commanding officer of Cecil Field since September 1950. .
face of hostile aerial opposition, .
A. O. Kimble AE1
McBride upheld the highest tradi- ,
tions of the United States Naval MARINE THREE-TIME WINNER 'parted on 30 days
Service." destination, St. Johns,
land. The rumor has

, The men of the squadron were OF TED MACK AMATEUR HOURA for matrimonial w .
given a "Well Done" by Comdr. E.
M. Morgan, commanding officer, Chief Cybulski, J
for their cooperation in assisting Korea war victim, now ton Hall college. lie was teaching pointed manager" of
in a recent structural change to recuperating at the Naval l school in Norwalk, Ohio, when he "Raiders, Softball
aircraft. Hospital here, has become a was recalled to active duty in Au- making efforts to
in the fast
.
three-time winner on the Ted gust, 1950.While .
Everette Seymore, ADAN and League. !
Mack Original Amateur Hour
Some excellent
Louis Leone, ADAN, were cited for with the Fleet Marine
their work Charles J. Conroy, HM-3, who able this year and
the
good by command- Forces in Japan, he was transferred -
officer of the won top honors in the AmateurHour's team is anticipated.
ing USS Tarawa. to Korea where he was wounded -
... broadcast from NAS Feb- from the fans
These two men had traveled to Or- in November, 1950, at Chosin support
lando; Florida, to repair one of ruary 15, appeared in competitionthe Reservoir. A short time later he called for and it is
the carrier's planes which made a following two weeks winningthe was flown back to the states and squadron members
forced landing due to propeller majority of votes from listeners has been a patient at the Naval then team by giving
all the each week. and vocal '
trouble. over country physical
Hospital here since January of this
"
The piano-playing Marine thus "Raiders. :
V.
"Look sharp, be sharp, feel joins the select list of three-time year.A pianist since he was five, Con- *
the winners and will vy for national If you haven't
sharp" was password of the
crew during the inspection and honors in the, Ted Mack Original school diploma, you
breezed Amateur finals at Madison Square ing advantage of a
they through with flying
colors. Garden in June. portunity now
The educational

White hat of the week is An- What does Conroy think about fcist you, through .
gelo D. Zingaro, AKl, who hails all this honor and lame?: "I'm qualifying for a
from Jersey City, N. J. Enlisting quite surprised I have won your home town high
"
in March, 1943, he saw action in against such fine competition. He interested, see
the Mariannas, the Philippines andwas further added, "I am grateful to heimer as soon as
everyone who helped me win. I NOTE
. on Okinawa when the war
ended. want to pay special tribute to "Scouting The (
Miss Charity Angel and Miss use of all squadrons
he is known
"Zing, as by his ,
shipmates, was the first sailor to Ruth McCall, Red Cross workersat p 1 ron PIOs are invited
the Hospital. These two gra- material for use.
re-enlist on Okinawa after the
ended. war cious ladies urged me to enter few squadrons has
the Amateur Hour and becauseof past, the column is
After three at
serving Ar-
years
their persistence, I entered the AN.'i
gentia, Newfoundland he waa sentto NAS broadcast that me
gave my
Fasron 6 where he is petty offi-
chancel" I
cer In charge'ot the supply office. Piano-playing Conroy was born'in 11

, ..... make He has Chief.one ambition and that is to Orange, N. J., 23 years ago. His
parents now reside in St. Peters
!
burg, Fla. After attending schoolat Charles Conroy
Johnny L. Hardwick, PR3, has Orange, N. J., attended Se- '. roy naturally turned to his play-I
, .. been welcomed back to the squadron Ing while recuperating here. He
from the hospital where he .1' was urged to appear on the Ted (
I
underwent an eye. .operation. Margo Holding Mack winner show,here.with He his was rendition adjudgedthe of

Ace Sharpshooter I I "Tarentella. A week later he went Thursday, \( (' :
Down Second I I to New York, won that particular Singing wheels club
'Assigned to NATTCThe contest and won the third time crowd at 1930,
holder of 44 awards Ace with his rendition of Chopin'sWaltz the rink.
,
In Race in A Flat.
sharpshooter Robert S. Stringer, Spot Saturday, '
AKC, has been assigned to the It will be a big day in June St. Patrick's Day
Naval Air Technical Training Center Margo is still running sec- when Conroy competes against thenation's guest of honor U. S.
to instruct at AN (P) school. ond in the Jacksonville 50 finest performers. He has service personnel
Chief fires .45-cali- come a long way since Korea, but
Stringer
a Years of Progress Queen Con- by Green Cove Springs
ber left-handed and a .22-caliber with his courage and heart, plus chestra.
right-handed and has won eighteenfirst test, according to the latest his talented fingers, he'll give thema
Sunday March
,
place medals together with reports.The run for their money. The Mar-
1000 to 1200 Java ;
six second and twenty third-place Navy is sure its candidatecan ines always do! 1730, Vespers by Youth ;
C SC
awards. win, but it will take the united 1930 Community
,
Back in 1943, Stringer made voting strength of all naval and Everything you tell a woman Monday, March
such a poor showing in small arms civilian personnel if she is to wear goes in one ear and over the back Newly organized

fire that he was determined to the royal robes in the colorful fence. leave club at 1930,
learn to shoot accurately if it took ceremony preceding the huge stage If all the "automobiles in United furnished.
him forever. Three years later, spectacle in the Gator Bowl March March
States were placed end to'end- Tuesday
the Naval Air Technical 26-31.
representing -
it would be Sunday afternoon. Junior Hostesses in
Center in the national Leads
.. Training Hospital --- --- -- -. -..-.--- .
pistol matches, he won first placein Naval Hospital still leads the -.. ''trf' ;'--......--......- ,
the .45-caliber: rapid fire event. department sales having sold 19 :

The ambidexterous ,chief spendsall books. Since Margo is one of the ; I
of his spare time practicing at attractive nurses attached to the I'' ,
. .. the station range with Master Ser- Hospital, such a count was expected -
geant James F. Brogdon, NAS .
Brig Warden, Allan C. Johns,,ADC, But Margo, it is pointed out, is fi ,
and Clifford C. LaRue, ADC, bothof representing the entire Navy in
VP-861. the Jacksonville area, selected by
They anticipate going into re- elimination vote by several com-
gional pistol matches in August as mittees composed of civilians, en-
a group and are hoping to attend listed and officer, personnel of Ce-
events in and around Jacksonville. cil Field, Green Cove Springs, and
Stringer is planning also to en- all units and departments at NAS :
ter state tournaments this summer Jax.

.. in individual competition. Some Lagging
Green Cove, unreported last
week, announces 15 books sold as
Marines Start of March 3. Other departmentsand
units, in the order of sales are
Rotation PlanWith as follows: Supply, 6 books, 32
strips; FAW-11, 6 books, 15 strips1
U. S. !Marines, Korea O. & R., 6 books, 5 strips; NATTC
(AFPS)-The First Marines have 4 books 20 strips; NARTU,
inaugurated a rotation policy for books, 6 strips; ComFairJax,
its Korean troops. books 1 strip; PIO, 3 books an
Maj. Gen. Oliver P. Smith said Medical, 2 books. .
recently that 600 Marines have so I Having sold less than two book
far been returned to the United are, in order, Cecil Field,.. MARCO AT CECIL-Members of VA-45 at Cecil
States for leave and duty assign- istration, Air Group 17; at the Navy's candidate for "Miss Jacksonville of 1951,
ments. Following leave, these I erations, Industrial Admin-I Margo Wilkinson, during her visit to Cecil last week. '
. .... Marines will help to indoctrinate Communications, FASRon ammunition truck are, left to right, Ralph Eddy, ;
members of, new units Security Karns, AOl; William Wells, AO1, and ,Edward J. Sowa,




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Action in the Intra-Mural basketball circuit- is all over

now but the closing days of action were days of mad frenzy.

Both divisions ended in a deadlock for first place but only :

the American League got its play-off completed before press

time. :

In the American race it was Fighter Squadron 41 out in Lm :

front clear down to the end when ComFairJax: finally caughtup. _

In a one-game playoff for the American championship,
VF-il proved that it was the finest in the league and se-

cured top honors and a shot at the winner of the VC-62-

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Mural championship.The .
END OF THE LINE-Jax Navy Fliers, who concluded the season's play in the Sixth Naval
National league was wide open all season long with District southern area eliminations, closed' with an 18-16 won-lost record. Pictured here is the
50-51 Fliers squad, front row, left to right, Ed Burgoyne, Dave Wheatley, Mutt Pasco, Bob Becker
:VP-5 getting off to a hot start but cooling down before the and Red Sheldon. Back row, Coach Frank McCaffrey, Chuck Wheeler, Bill Gay, Phil McKay. Bob
session was over. In the closing days of the race it could Weisel, Jim Kerr and Sandy Saunders. .

have been any one of the four teams ; NATTC, VC-62, Hos-

pital or VP-5. Fliers Close Campaign : Tennis Crew

Let's take a look at the way the season went. The first

game of the season was between NARTU and Personnel Opens 1951

with the Week-end Warriors grabbing the tilt, 73-55. With 18-16 RecordThe
NARTU failed to keep up the blistering pace set in that Card
first fray though and just barely finished in the top di- FridayWith
vision. VF-41 also garnered the first victory on opening NAS Fliers closed out the log on their cage season play
with final of 18 and 16 lost. Of 34 an experienced line-up of
count
a games won games played,
day by dropping the Marines, 58-22. The Leathernecks were 26 of them were played as regularly scheduled season games and the racket wielders in fold, the NAS
a rugged team all through the season but they never de- remainder in two tournaments the State AAU and the Southern varsity tennis aggregation will
veloped into any real threat, winning only two games for District playoffs of the 6th Naval District eliminations.The kick off its season schedule against
& strong McDill Airforce Basesquad
opening game of the sea
the season. son resulted in a defeat for the ble-elimination affair, the Fliers at Tampa tomorrow
in'the National league picked by Fliers at the hands of one of the dropped their first start with the Tennis coach Ken Stewart has
The first was
game Parris Island Marines, the even-
strongest opponents the locals named Leon Wilson, ranked num-
VPfrom Operations, 51-31. Physical Training, later faced all season, Stetson Univer- tual winners of the show, 88-72. ber Tman on the squad. Owen Williams -
dropped out of the league and replaced by NATTC, scoredone sity. The Hatters copped the opener They bounced back in the secondgo last year's station singles
of its two victories over the First Lieutenants' division 71-39, but in the mid-season against Charleston Navy five champ, Len Curtis and Dick
the bottom of the National return engagement the Fliers to snare the victory, 83-59, and Wheat, who last season were run-
which finished the season at
then in the third downed a .
game
dropped the Hatters with a 66-62 ners-up in the station doubles com-
heap. count. mediocre Key West five, 7749. petition and Norm Breault, Bill
home of the Green Cove Navy finally eliminated Don De-
The first game Graham, Herb Ellis and
"Hawk" Basile of the ComFairJax quintet scored the the Fliers from further
season 'proved to be a victory for com- gen as the team members who will
most points in one game when he chalked up 42 .points the Fliers as they stopped War- petition by stopping them, 79- make the trip to Tampa.

against Dispensary in his next to the last game. ner-Robbins AFB, 50-46. The final -, 66. The NAS squad suffered its
game of the season was also first blow of the season via the
When NATTCenter took over the spot vacated by Physical with the Warner-Robbins five transfer route when Lcdr. George
Training it also assumed a 2-and-2 record that had it with the locals again emergingthe Becker Tops Jax Roe received his orders. Roe was a

two behind VP-5 which was leading the league at victors, 85-71. past runners-up doubles championof
games ScorersBob
Open WithIn Varsity the Navy and the team had
the time with four straight victories. It took a heap of During the course of the sea counted heavily upon his services
playing to put NATTC up to a playoff for the league cham- son the Fliers met and defeated Becker, Jax Navy Fliers for fotrhcoming matches.Joe .
pionship. The NATTCenter boys lost their first start to such opposition as WarnerRobbins guard led the scoring parade for Whalen, former world's pro-
later in the to AFB College of Charleston, the Fliers during the past cam- fessional champ, has aided theconditioning
the Hospital five 74-51 but came back season .
Patrick AFB, Keesler AFB, Tyn- paign with 537 points in 34 game.s.Bob of the local squad
down the Corpsmen. VC-62 dropped the Hospitalmen into dall AFB, Eglin AFB Green Cove finished play with a 15.6 with several scrimmages.With .
third place in the final regular game of the season.A Springs, and Stetson University. point per game average. He attempted the exception of two teams
547 field connectedon
The locals dropped to such goals
lot of tight games showed up throughout the cam- formidable opposition games as' Stetson 218 and made good on 101 of scheduled year will at the be ,provided:NAS oppositionthis by col-

paign and a lot of runaways prevalent. Several surprises University, Parris Island Marines, 143 Forward free throws.Mutt Pasco was right lege aggregations. All home gamesof
resulted but no real upsets occurred. Florida State University Georgia the NAS varsity will be staged
behind Becker, standing out as a
Teachers' Le-
State College, Camp
ball handler and floor at Boone Park on Park Street in
Among the oddities was the game between Marines Juene Springs,Marines.Keesler AFB Green College Cove of man.capable Pasco totaled 445 points in Jacksonville. Here's the schedule:
and Personnel which had to be called because of a broken Charleston, Tyndall AFB and the 33 games on 177 field goals and 91 March 16 :McDill AF-13 at
basket. The two teams had just gotten down to the gun University of Florida Frosh. free throws. Tampa.
on the first half when the basket was knocked down. The Three teams managed to down I Individual scoring for the sea- sacola.March 21 Pensacola at Pen-
:
son
finished at later date with the Personnel quin- the locals more than once duringthe March 23 at
game was a The Parris Island Name GP :FG FT TP Presbyterian
season. ........ 218 Boone Park.
tet snatching the victory.We :Marines took two games from the Becker 34 101 537
and Pasco ..._ 33 177 91 445 March 24 Concordia Sera at
Fliers in regular season play
have just touched the highlights of the 1-M sea- another in the post-season tour- Whaler 33 97 110 304 Boone Park.
do little Sheldon ...... 33 11.as 269 :March 26 Duke Univ. at Boone
son, but with over 360 games played we can more. ney. Georgia State Teachers' Col- Park.
__ 34 74 39 177
For the grand climax of the season is the American-National lege dropped the locals twice during I' McKay Wei l ...._ 24 64 30 UIInurl'oyne March 28 Florida U. at Gains-
playoff for the station championship between VF-41 and the the season of once defeat by the the lar-I' .. 28 36 27 99
winner of the VC-52-NATTC contest. The playoffs will get suffered gest margin all season. 9854. The Kerr ............ 8 3? 11 '7SWhfllitl.y ville.April 5 McDiU A. & B. at
Plans for the playoff call for a best third and last two-time loss came .. 13 19 7 45 Boone Park.
underway Monday. I Gay............ 18 U 3 27ltaer. April 7 FSU at Tallahassee.
two out of three with one game to be played each night. from a very capable Florida ............IS 82 18 April Birm.-South.. at Boone
Playoffs might be held at NATTC Auditorium to better Southern quintet.In the Fliers layman ....5 5 6 16 Park.
tourney play managed
handle the bigger crowd expected. to grab third place in the I, Woodbury .3 5 0 10 April 17 Fla.-Southern at
Bollegar _.. 5 2 4 '8 Boone Park.
State AAU Tournament,. playedat -.w
school Murray _..... 4 2 S 7 April 20 -FSU at Boone Park.
the Jackson high
gym Sullivan _.._ S S 0 8 April 23 Fla.-Southern at
informed that interest in the rest of the On and Off
This is
corner lllghlcy...._ 1 2 2 8 Lakeland.
Intra-Mural is at a very low ebb. The swim meet had to In the the opening Fliers game dropped of the the Sheridan' _... 3 1 S //I .

be called off because not enough activities could find five tourney Standard Oilers, 97-38, and then Allen' ......_ 2 2 0 4
people in their unit that could swim. As one fellow said, went on to defeat the Gator Post Schott _._.-. 4 1 2 4 Peatross shot a 92 and took 15
....... 2 1 0 2
his while
Manning as handicap Mauldingshot
of the American Legion, 55-51, in
that of
the trouble with the I-M bowling league, was some LuJwlkowhkl 2 0 0 0 a 93 with a 16 handicap.
around not able to lift 16 pounds let alone their second time out. .
the guys were They lost their chance at the Capt. Allan Smith won closest
throw: it down an alley and knock down pins. first place crown when they tan- Mauldin, Peatross Tie to-the-pin honors on No. 16 when
sAn gled with the JayCees and went his tee shot fell two feet from the
In Blind :MeetThe
down in defeat,. 77-54. In the Bogey
Intra-Mural All-Star team is to be picked in each consolation play-off the Fliers weekly Blind Bogie found pin.Cliff Carlile had the longest
This is the first that project of this stopped the Green Cove Navy two contestants deadlocked for drive of the day on No. 17 witha
a
of the leagues. year five, 69-61, to win third place.In first place honors with O. B. Pea- booming 260 yarder. Capt. Ear-
kind has been undertaken. Teams :will be selected in all I the Southern eliminaUons of tross and Jim Mauldin both scor- ley scored the longest putt on No.
fairness to all concerned. the Sixth Naval District, a dou. ing nets of 77. la with a 12-foot tap in.





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Flights DecidedIn II All About An Epee! II VF-41 Captures National j


HAS LinksjTournament Marine Staff Sergeant JamesE. berry who introduced the st
Weeks, attached to the NAR I of ring regulations which form
TU Marine Air Detachment the basis for our modern box- Cage Title From Com Fair i J
PlayFlight could have taken his good old ing rules.
time in phoning in last week's Today's question has three

arrangements have been answer to the Jax Air News parts: VF-41 captured the American division of the Intra-Mural League !
completed In the station golf Sports Quiz. | "What is an epee 7 What Is title race with a stirring 44-36 decision over ComFairJax in a play-

championship tourney with play in Weeks was not only the first Its maximum wdght? What Is off fray to climax a wild and wooly division race that saw the Com
the five flights expected to get to call at 0900 on the dotbutwas Its maximum length t Fair lads come up in the last week of action to tie the Fighters and
underway this w ek- nd. the to provide the The first correct answer winsa throw the division into extra sessions.
only one
The 96 entries were arrangedInto to last week'squery free full course meal at the VF-41 now moves into the finals -
correct answer civilian cafeteria,'good any day against the National division NARTU also split its two
flights by means of & pre- "John Sholto Douglas I I
of the week. games. The Marines won the first
liminary playoff. The championship fame what winner which will be decided
gained through con-
flight will be a non-handicap tribution to pugilism?" To allow for: an even distrib- sometime this week. one 64-62, in a hotly contested
Affair with the other five flights ution of the Jax Air News, no The VF-41-ComFalr Jax battle game. In winning, the Marines
using handicaps.The John Sholto Douglas was the entries will be accepted before was bitterly fought. ComFairJaxwas displayed; the best form they have
celebrated Marquis of Queens- 0900, Friday. all season. The second game was
initial play was divided into I first to draw blood and tookan much easier NARTU
as got off
three early lead. Both teams showed
of 32
flights each with the
*" winner of the first of the flights Parris Island Club Cops Southern signs of tenseness and looked a to hot a flying streak start to win and, 4135.ended witha
little
going to the championship flight overanxious.: VF-41 finally
got its attack going and over- Hot National Battle
and the loser going to the first -4
flight. A like basis was used for Area Sixth ND Cage EliminationsA came the margin built up by the The National league basketball.era .
the remainder of the flights.In ComFair boys. There were nu- in their week of action pro-

the first plight of the initial fast-stepping crack-shooting Pants Island basketball team merous fouls called in the game. duced three hard games and two
play. Bill Baker defeated Wright I walked off with the sixth Naval District Southern elimination Cham- ComFairJax got its attack going more were won on forfeits.
North 3 and 2, Leo Marchel stop- pionship played here on the NATTC court last week, whipping Green in the closing minutes of the Opening the night's action was
ped Guido Ruscetta, 3 and 2, Dave I Cove Springs, 70-55. in the finals. game, but time ran out and VF- NATTCenter's fast moving) team
41 walked off with a hard gained which soundly trounced VP-5, 55-
bested Dave all
Moody
, Sweeney 1-up I The :Marines swept through
in 20 holes Bill McWilliams downed competition and now move into the Jax Navy won its first tourney victory. 32. The win kept NATTCenteron
Bob Taylor, 4 and 3, Steve Ku-I 6th N.D. playoffs being held this frame against one-time loser Char- Hard Fought Tilts the top of the heap in the Na-
linski toppled Herb Herres, 3 and 2. I week at Camp Le jeune, N. C. leston, 83-59. ComFairJax tied with VF-41 tional league Supply won a thril-
Fliers Win Two for the in the ler from VA-45, 39-36. It was a
, Bill Foulk defeated Bob Thiel 3 The first round of the Southern leadership American -
and 2, John Prince downed Mike Jax Parris Island won its second division by registering two close game all the way.
elimination pitted Navy
II j Hollack, 8 and 7. I the Parris Islanders who straight game by downing an out- victories last week. VF-41 not to Supply initiated a final period
,
against
classed Key West combine, 82-51. sput that won the ball
be denied, also won a pair of game.
1 Charley Weiss beat Bill Rusk, 31 outlasted the Fliers, 88-72, in a
The final score holds the tale of VC-62 made a good showing in
to keep with Com
and 1, John Adams took Dave Hen- I fast game. It was a close fray games pace
that O&R 50-35.
game. downing The VC-62
derson, 3 and 2, Dick Middleton most of the way but the Marines Fair.
lads led
from the
start and
I, dropped Dr. Clayton, 3 and 1, Stu poured on the heat in the final!! Key West was eliminated from ComFairJax downed the Ma- never
the
Reed defeated Bob Wallace, 1-up, stage of the game. further play the following day by rines,78-22, in the first win and relinquished lead throughoutthe
Lester Platt downed Jack Sullivan, The second of the meet suffering its second defeat at the forced Dispensary to bite the game.
game VF-174 won an from
hands of the Fliers. West easy one
2 and 1, Craig McKee dropped and Key dust, 86-35. A new individual
Cove
paired Green Springs the First Lieutenants, 2-0, in a
found itself in a hole in the earlyminute.s
Charles Schiene, 1-up and Steve Charleston. This proved to be the scoring record for the season was forfeited
its
Hospital won
game.
of the game and could at
Cornelissen finished off Rex War- most of the tourna- set by "Hawk" Basile of ComFair
exciting
game no time get type of attack game the same way from Operations -
any
. ner, 2 and 1. ment with both teams evenly Jax. Basile poured through 42
when
the
Operations
To set' up the second and third matched in all respects. The lead going. The final score was 7749. points on his hotest night of the failed to crew
flights, Joe Williams trounced Green Cove Springs was the Basile broke the old appear.
changed hands many times, but ;year. ) record
- Porter Bedell, 1-up, Frank Lusk Charleston emerged victorious, 69- third straight victim of the fast of 34 set by Allen of VP-861.
stopped Red Wade, 1-up in 20 67, after a bitter fight. moving Parris Island Marines\ fall- VF-41 ,came very close to los Standings
Ing before the crack outfit 87-60.) American Won Lost
holes. Charles Dittmar defeatedDoc ing its tie for top honors against
Rey, 1-up, Earl Reed won over At one point of the game the two VP-861 last week. The game pro- VF-41 _..___.___17 2
Guy Stahr, 2 and 2, A. K. Robinson In Nat'l teams were evenly matched but duced fireworks right from the ComFairJax ____16 3
downed Jim Fulton, 2 and 1, Hospital once the Marines got their attack start and it looked as though VF- 1'asron 6 ..........._.._..14 4
Chuck Runyon stopped Vito Mag- going there was little chance to 41 had finally met its Waterloo. VP-861 __. 11 7
gadlno, 6 and 5, Red Cranston top- Links Front SlotAfter stave off defeat. NARTU ___.. _11 7
ped T. J. Brandon 5 and 4 Charles Outlast Grt'ftIe Desperation Win I Fasron 109 ...........?....._ 9 7
Pares! won from three weeks of play, Naval Bouncing back from a previousloss Leading most of the game, VP- ,'P-3 .............................. 5 IS
default. Ray Sampson by Hospital still leads the American Green Cove mustered an attack 861 had the surprised VF-41. bustling Personnel _........._...?.. S 14.

Dave Mofeter defeated Bin division of the intra-mural that caught the Fliers off with only ten seconds to Marines ...........-.?._._... S IS
1-up, Steve Jonda Hopkins golf tourney. balance and after a close first play, VP-861 leading 35-34, Rich- Dispensary ...._.?........... 1 16
Norm o'nrynup and Ed dropped Embrrs Hospital downed O. A; R., 13-7 I half, moved away from NAS and ard Dick, from VF-41 stole the
to retain its lead, while Adm- added 79-66 ball and uncorked a desperationtoss National Won
, bested Art Lynch, 6 and 5. The I a victory to its sin Lost"
v Winners Into the second Comm-Nab-6 teamed to whip gle defeat which meant a chance from the mid-court that NATTC _. 14 4
go flight
and the losers make the third Physical Training-Public Works, I to tangle with undefeated Parris cleanly sank, and won the ball VC-62 ____14 4
Wlfht up 14-9 to hold second spot Island in the Southern District eli- genie Dispensary proved to be Hospital ___13 5

To win their places in the fourth Operations, despite its loss to mination final. an easy foe in the second game VF-6 .........._...._......_..!0 6
flight Don Flynn dropped Dick Dispensary 14-9, moved into a tie Parris Island outlasted the Green for VF-41, 8725. Operations 9 8
Mlnnick, 4 and 3, Jim Mauldin for third place. Supply took a 10- Cove lads 70-55 to sew up its Fasron 6 likewise scored a dou- Supply 8 9
downed J. E. Robinson, 6 and 5\, 8 win from NATTC in the other fourth straight game and the ble victory in its week of base- O&R 7 10
Ed Foster defeated Bill Kelly, 1- enocunter. championship. ball action. The first victory VF-174 5 11
up, Capt Rice defeated John Keel- landings Tourney Results came the easy way on a forfeit VA-4S _...._.___ 4 It
ten, 5 and 4, Dave Fuhring Pts. First Round: Parris Island, SS, from Fasron 109. The second tilt First Lt. .... 1 16
ped Tom Lvbherz, 1-up, Cliff stop Car- hospital .___________ 39 Fliers 72; Green Cove, 69, Charleston was 'won in a high scoring duel, .

lisle bested K. A. Buchanan, 3 and AdmCommNab6$8 67.Second, against VP-3 6150. VP-3 put upa
Pt-PW 31 Round Fliers good fight but couldn't First Cut MadeIn
2, Capt. Smith : 83 Char- cope
topped John Zwat-
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chka, 2-up Jimmy Bayers won Operations leston, 59; Parris Island, 82, Key with the fast moving Fasron 6
.... 26
Supply i. West, 59.Quarter.
bins downed Rosa Mathews
2 and lads.Personnel
1. o. *; R. Z6 Sen .F1nals: Fliers, split in its two Battle For !
NATTC _.___ %t.Women's 77 the first from .
Yank Cage stopped Doc Lyons, Key West 49; Parris Island, games, winning one
4 and 3, Bernie Hendrix: downed 87, Green Cove, 60i; Green Cove, VP-3. A scheduled game between
John Paolazzi, 3 and 2, Capt. Early 79, Fliers, 66. Personnel and VP-861 failed to Baseball Berths
defeated Bill Chase, 1-up in 19 Meet Finals: Farris Island, 70, Green materialize as Personnel forfeitedthe
holes and Paul Keleher won over Cove, 55. proposed tilt. Coach Frank McCafferyhas .I
Howie Webb, 1-up. The losers will Now UnderwayPairings announced that the first .. --

make up the fifth flight cut has been made in his
f have been completed in
.. squad of 100 baseball hope
the Women's station golf cham-
Jax Navy Golfers pionship tourney which is now un- V S; fuls.
derway at the station links. Play After holding several intra-
has been divided into two flightsof squad baseball games McCaffery
...Trim CharlestonThe 16 contestants each. has picked the cream of the crop
Opening matches find Fuz Weber from which to build a first string
Jax Navy Varsity golf against Marge Gardiner, Alcie line. While the lads are still going
team swamped Charleston Navy Lusk meets Nana Henderson, Mar- through the long tedious job of 1
last Saturday at the local golf tha Rusk takes on Elaine Hillis, training, special interest Is being .,
21/4-5& for their second
course centered on each man's talent.
win. Kay Brolkhaus vs. Betty Robinson
Straight Betty Bedell against Louise Ging- McCaffery selected players who
Leo Marchel and Charles Weiss rich, Betty Holton meets Betty will remain with the team after
teamed for Jax Navy as chief Tylutki, Ann Clark takes on Betty Monday's practice session and has
point getters: taking nine points Koch and Anne Dittmar meets come up with some professionaland

from their opponents.Bill Eleanor Robertson in the first six-: a other talented players who
Foulk was low man with teen. r should help out considerably.A .
- a 77, followed by Bob Wallace, The second flight sends Barbara practice has been slated with
78, Charles Weiss, 79, Bill Mc- Weiss against Lois Mullens, Hazel Jackson High School to get in a
Williams, 80 Leo Marchel, 82 Hurst vs. Helen Adams Emily 0 few scrimmage licks. McCaffery
and Wright North, 83. Pearson vs. Estelle George, Pat has been holding scrimmages between -
Foulk and McWilliams teamedto Herman vs. Alice Hopkins and two teams picked from the
take 7 points; North and Wallace Mrs. Lyons vs. Louise Thiel. Louise 100-man roster.)
gained 54 and Marchel and McWilliams, Anne Mealey\ and Much remains to be done before
Weiss amassed 9 points. Marjorie Bullfinch drew byes. the season opener but with each
man on the field concentrating on

ShortsNight League suffered the greatest loss fighting for his position the startIng -
Sports at night 743,927, while the Na- nine could be a hustling com-
baseball game attend tional had a decrease of 379,429. TWO-POINTER Allen (No. 10) of VF-41 sinks a big bine.>
ance in the majors showed a decline two-pointer in the American division playoff tilt against ComFairJax .
of 1,123,356 from 1949, fol- The idea for bull fighting Is last Friday Mike drainro of ComFairJax vainly tries to block Th\' present-day sport of dog
lowing the general trend for all supposed to have originated in the shot. Others in the photo are Bob Kemp (No. 6)) and Chuck racing greyhounds chasing a
,. games, which brought a total de- Crete, ancient land of the Mino- Webb (No. 5) of ComFairJar, and Richard Dick (No. 7) of VF41. mechanical rabbit-originated in
crease of 2,752,388. The American taur. VF-41 won the championship fray, 11-36. the United States.


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'(Items offering for sale articles ,
ft property such as washing ma.
chines, automobiles, furniture, radios o
clothing and the like is pro
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regulations. This column, will how.
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FOB KENT AIr

; Turn garage apt., 2215 River
Blvd., Riverside, Mrs. Johnson,
Ph. 2-8209. ; i
S-bedrm. apt., 436 Oak St., Miss
Conova, Ph. 4-6303.
$-rm. furn. house, Collins Rd.,
Mrs. Abel, Rt 4, Box 416, Jack-
sonville. lypFIRST
I-rm. apt., $10.50 per week, 1729
Market St., Miss Cfovington, Ph.
3-7179.
Female roommate wanted, Betty
Iddings, 321 E. Forsyth St., Ph
6-9785. CAMP SESSION-The: third annual JaxNavyBoys'
Furn. apt., 2 bedrms., $70 month, Baseball Training Camp got off to an auspicious start
4237 Appleton Ave., Mr Petrie,
Ph. 8-3943. s 1 last Saturday with 400 area lads in tow. Picture at top

i rurn. apt., 2 fms., Mrs. G. C left shows Bill Terry, former New York Giants first sacker

Schultz, 575 Oceaola St., Ph. and maanger giving a few pointers on proper batting and

77665. bunting during last Saturday's session. On hand to open the
Two 2-rm. furn., 318 W.
apts.,
/ baseball camp were city and station officials, top right.
Union St., :Mr. Saucer, Ph. 2-7936
II Furn. rm., 4109 Shirley Ave., Mrs. Left to right are Crowther Boyd, Jacksonville Tars' business
Bpurlin, Ph. 2-4975. manager; Capt. Douglas T, Day, NAS commanding
Turn rm. with garage, 2545 Riv- officer; Bill Terry, former major leaguer; Jacksonville
erside Ave., :Mrs.: Vereen. Mayor llaydon Burns and Comdr. Porter F. Bedell, executive

1 Double Mrs. Houstin rm., 2601, 8-2770.Park St., Ph. officer of NAS. In bottom photo, Lcdr, Harry Knickel-

5-rm. bung., furn., 4027 Green St., bine, camp director (with uniform) instructs 14-year-old
Mr. floss Ph. 4-2787. Don Patterson, of Jax in the finer arts of bunting, while

Unfurn. apt., lower 6 rms., 2245 other lads await their turn.
College St., Miss Flowers, Ph.
7.4947.
Room for 1 or 2 girls, 'Mrs. Usry by other employee groups or man, Murphy B. McCormick and
523 W. 16th St., Ph. 67017. 42 Named to Station's through other procedures. James E. Moon
Committeemen Listed To represent the Public Work
FOR SALE Named to the Overhaul and Repair Department, those elected were:
]Equity in 1950 house trailer, 33 ft., 14 Shop CommitteesIn Department Shop Committeewere :Maintenance Shop Committee,
$1500 cash, $75.37 mo., Mr. J. W. : Shop Committee No. 1, Austin Jack I. Bishop, Chairman, John P,
Smith, Lot 73, Azalea Trailer the annual l Shop Com- T. Drinkwater, Chairman, MaryE. Buzzell and Chubb A. Geiger; Utilities
to the Station, deserves the
sup- Dunbar and Andrew. Carlson
Park. mittee election held February ; Shop Committee, Johnnie
of all employees.
port
23-ft. house trailer, 1347 A. Ran- 20 Shop Committee No. 2, Robert D. Leavins, Chairman, Gerald W. Rob-
dolph St., NAS, after 4:30: p.m., forty-two new members Periodic meetings are scheduled Price, Chairman, Willie E. Dobbs ertson and Nathaniel R. Taylor;
R. W. Burton. were named to the sta- which enable the Shop Committeesto and Glenmore C Monroe; Shop Group IV Shop Committee, Wal-
2 new houses, 861 and 857 Erie tion's 14 Shop Committees, it meet with the head of their De- Committee No. 3, Joseph A. Me- ker H. Crevasse, Chairman, James
St., see Mr. G. C. Evans, 3383 was announced this week by partment or his designated repre- Swain, Jr., Chairman, William J H. Lee and William N. Simcoke;*
Lowell, off Woodstock after 1500or Industrial Relations de- sentative and with the CommandIng Murphy and Thomas J, Sheridan, and Transportation Shop Committee -
call 2-0413. an Officer or his designated rep- Jr.; Shop Committee No. 4, JohnJ. Clyde G. Hepline, Chairman,
partment order. resentative for the purpose of dis- Brewer, Chairman, Ernest C. Shelton R. Harrison and Joseph M,
MISCELLANEOUSRiders The Shop Committee, which was cussing problems pertinent to both. Welch and Andrew L. Beatty; Shop Hubert.
wanted from vicinity of E. established within the Navy Department Represents Employees Committee No. 5, Bruce L, Barker, Joint Committee
7th St. to NAS, hrs., 0730 to for the purpose of fur. Shop Committees represent all Chairman, Landry A. Wintz and
1600. C. T. Hundley, Ph. 8114 nishing a medium through which employees in their group regard John G. Cooke, Jr.; Shop Commit Supply and Fiscal Department
or 46697.Riders management and employees could less of trade or occupation but in tee No. 6, John S. Robinson, Chair employees who will serve on the
from Park and Cherry to exchange viewpoints in regards to no way commit the employees they man, Kingston G. Wolf and Milton two Shop Committees are; Group
Base and return hrs., 0700 to working conditions and other prob- represent. Neither, do they inter- H. Lazarus; and Shop CommitteeNo. IVb, John B. Hofmann, Chairman,
1530. F. R. Kaufman, Shop 5130, lems pertaining to their work and fere with employee representationIN 7, Thomas Roberts, Chair- Hartley A. Steeves and Harold L.
Ph. 2-0433. Bridges; Group nand. Ill Shop
Found. Wrist watch Know What To Do! Committee, Frank Courtney,
; owner may
Chairman, John E, Parson and
claim same by identifying at po-

lice Doughty.Ride station. bldg., 914, Chief People Should Develop 'Alert' Habit For Atom Attack Relations George Two employees Anderson.of the Industrial r

wanted from Southside or Department were namedto
San Marco hrs. 0730 to 1600 of what to the Miscellaneous Shop Com-
Consciousness
I OPENING HIS lecture, he three things inculcated "
I I' are upon mittee which represents all em-
Mrs. Roberts, Ext. 717.
whatto
, : expect and alertness of declared that, 'Now that we have each individual, then we can ex- ployees in all departments other
Found.
Ford Sport contact Jacket Lt. left in 49 ; do in just the few seconds followed the history and develop- pect a reduction of about 30 per than those named in the preceding
i 1 lino ,VP-861, Ph., Ext.jg) 8170.Maad-I allowed for decision in the. ment of the molecule and atom cent in the number of casualties. paragraphs. Elected to the Miscel-
of atomic attack for 2,500 years, it is time to sit "To get a better picture, try tosit laneous Shop Committee werei
: Riders wanted, vicinity of Pearl event an ,
down and do some serious thinking' down in an chair
easy some E. Barker
George Chairman, Industrial
i Court and North Shore, Mrs. should be impressed upon the As was explained to us in evening and imagine an atom Relations; William H. Harden -
Hudson after 1730, hrs.31242., 0800 to 1600, call minds of the entire populace, previous lectures, we can close blast happening one mile away at Jr., Industrial Relations; and

Riders wanted, from Southside and was the point emphasized by our eyes and see the structureof 2,500 feet elevation. First you George J. Gemming, Security.
Lcdr. William F. in the an atom. We have seen pic- would see a bright light. At that The Chairmen of the 14
Riverside Lyons Shop
to NAS, hrs., 0800 to tures of casualties, and we have instant comes the radiation from
1630, Betty Jane Wood Ph. of series of Committee swill constitute the station' -
fourth a radiolog- been told that the atom bomb can gamma rays, which continue for ,
9-9578. ical lectures being given at maim and kill in one of three 110 seconds. Joint Shop Committee. Va-
Baby sitter, "your home or mine," cancies occurring on the various
NAS ways-blast, burn and radiation. "You immediately lie down
Betty Iddings 321 Ph. Shop Committees because of resignations
Forsyth,
with your feet toward the light,
6-9785. "If we can consciously developthe "From past experience all phy- or promotions to supervisory
Riders wanted, leave Park and habit of locating the safest sicians are accustomed to handling which cuts down amount of radio positions will be filled by the
ation
received
for
spot in our surroundings, wher- blast injuries and burns, but approximately employee the
Goodwin at 0625 for O&R and 87 of receiving next high
the 90 seconds because
return, E. L. Padrick, Ph., Ext. ever we may be, so that in case of late the medics have had to you est number of votes in the annual
are a smaller target. In approxImately *
to handle radiationcases.
525 or 7-6880. of exceptional bright light it will lean how election.
take It is natural for the humanto three seconds the shock
. not be necessary for us to a
Riders wanted
from Southside via
a unknown but the wave will hit, glass and other de-
few seconds to decide where to fear the ,
San Jose, San Marco Roose- I ply that with
or bris will fly past for 5-10 secondsat area food water
and what to do then mliitary physician no longer fears
w can
velt Blvd., hrs., 0800 to 1630. go the rate of 1,000 feet per sec and first aid material."
radiation because much of its
handle situ
Mrs. Hansen, Ext. 268. better be able to the .
ations," declared Lcdr. Lyons, danger: is known and methods of ond."Lying
Riders wanted from Five Points who is Industrial Medical officerof treatment available. down, the human is a "THIS FIRST AID material -
area, hrs., 0800 to 1630, Ph. 8114, the station. are smaller target. Heat will strikeat does not mean a proposed $10,
Elliott, Supply. "Medical Aspectsof "PROPER SEQUENCE of the speed of light for approxi $20 or $100 first aid kit for ev* -
Ride wanted, 258 Victoria St. Speaking Atomic Warfare on ," Lcdr. Lyons events in. cutting down casual- mately 30( seconds. Immediatelyafter ery family Only necessary first
(Fairfield) or from town, 0800- touched on the possible physical ties from the atom blast is ((1) to the blast is over, there is aid material is soap, water and I
1630, Bertha Kicklighter, Ext. consequences of the atomic bomb inform each individual of his du- no need to worry too much about bandage. I can think of no blastor
328. and how best to react once it is ties to first himself; (2)) his fam- radiation. Immediately one can burn injury that this material
Ride wanted, 610 Parker St. (Fair- ily (3)) his community. If these assume his normal person and will not help.
field), or town, hrs., 0800-1630, upon us. -; -- assist his injured friends." "Third in the sequence of thingsis
Edna Anderson, Ext. 323. "TilE ONLY WAY for a human the community. This is where
Ride wanted, Victoria St. (Fairfield being to learn to act this civil defense organization comet
o i ), hrs., 0800-1630, Ray Hamel way is to develop reflexes or in. Team work, education, train
Supply. habit. Our self preservation will ing and actual experience in simulated -
Ride wanted from Spring Park-' f Manoe Southside to NAS and're- A moment of sudden appearance of ticed. Bulldozers will be used to ,
turn, 0800-1630, Betty Braddock, the intense light, where to go and clean the streets. Transportation
! Ext. 614. how quick we can get there. My channels should be cleared in 'Z!
Riders wanted, vicinity of Willow suggestion is to hit the deck prearranged schedule to(
Branch and,Roselle St. to NAS, the wall face downward, head wounded. Water mains should I
hrs., 0800 to 1630, Mrs Hare, covered up with arms and pull a bear watching. I
call 618 or 8-1433. cushion, rug, chair, desk or any- "Mass hysteria must be considered
Mothers care for'children 2-5 yrs. thing available over the head and and should try to be pre
old, pvt. home, $2 per day. Ph. ,ro J S} aso body. vented. The entire population in
2-8746, Mrs. Fondry "After self preservation In- the affected area should stay put.
I structions comes consideration for It has been statistically proved
Don't Forget It Now! your family, They should be instructed that if an atom bomb hit San
in what to do. Everyone Francisco, and if everyone tried
I Warring, England (AFPSWhen )- should learn how to prevent fire to leave over the San Francisco<
Air Force Private EdwardW "BE ALERT" That' the Idea which Comdr. William F. by disconnecting all electrical appliances bridge, the first car would get to
Griffin reads off his serial number Lyons Industrial Medical officer of NAS, tries to emphasize la shutting off gas, cover- Salt: Lake City before the last one
he Isn't kidding. Ak him his lecture on "self-protection and self-preservation" against the Ing windows if possible, locating crossed the bridge, We must pre-
Sometime, and he'll tell you: "1, 2, atom bomb. Comdr. Lyons' address was the fourth in a series tf safest place in the house, whichis serve our strength as well as our I
I. 4. $, I, 7, 8." local radiological: lecture usually the basement and sup food ,and material." I


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