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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 5, 1951
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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. Naval Air Station's 'Land tg* Force. __and Marine Barracks, Personnel. Add Color to Jacksonville's 50 Years of .Progress. Parade .
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NARTU Safety I --- -- .. New Travel Regs



W Record Cut By For DependentsNow


Freak AccidentIt I In EffectNew


uniform travel I'egu-

took an irresponsible, VOL-4 ,No. '54 Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida April 5, 1951 lations for dependents, of

hardheaded buzzard to break I l both enlisted and commis-
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a safety record that has .: sioned personnel 1 of the
1Iwu'r
brought the Naval Air Re- DANCE LESSONS
3 Y: I Armed Forces, are now effective
serve Training Unit of NAS V: iiQ' of 1st.
Jacksonville considerable recognition BEGIN/ 7'ODAY IN as April
The new law asserts that a
throughout the Na- lAX AIR Nl \\'S I member who elects to transport

val Air Training Command. I I his dependents at his own expense
Having trouble learning to is entitled to monetary allowance
J The first accident of any typeto
J a NARTU Jacksonville aircraft dance? Well if you have the in lieu of transportation

since August 27th, 1950, occurred Jax Air News along with Art at the rates for all travel per-
on Match 23rd, when Lt. hur Murray is going to give formed within the United States,
Thomas Perry of Marine Fighter all would-be dancers an oppor- regardless of the mode of trans-
Squadron 141 "got the bird". tunity to learn in 14-easy lessons portation utilized, provided that
the maximum I reimbursement
Flying on a simulated instrument
flight on the NAS Jacksonville : A new series of dance lessons, payable for all dependents shall
radio range Lt. Perry no- which starts in today's issue on not exceed 18 cents per'mile

ticed the buzzard (not on instru- R page 4, including illustrations, Fee Is Scaled
ments approaching on a collision helpful hints, along with the For dependents the law further .
course. Taking up evasive do's and don't's of dancing will reveals the charge will be 6 5
action Perry did his utmost to be offered in a weekly series cents per mile for each dependent
pull out or' the path of the approaching entitled 'Everybody's Dane- 12 years of age or over, not to
". in' by Arthur Murray, fame
boge\ exceed two such dependents; and
ous international teacher of the 3 cents per mile for each additional
In !spite of his past evasive action I dance dependents 12 years of age 01
training and combat experience The series is: being made over; also 3 cents per mile for
he was no match for the de-l, available to the Jax Air News each dependent, five years of age
termined bird which made a direct through the courtesy of the or over but under 12 years of age

hit on the empennage of Perr r Arthur Murray Studios of Jack- LM: Allowances!! 1'1)|
\''g FG Corsair ( The buzzard sonville, co-managed by Frank
In computing the maximum, dependents
got it in the empennage tool I McNerney and Bob Appleby..
Looking back, Perry noticed a BO T TICKET-Capt. Douglas T. Day, NAS com- The studios are located at 123 furnished transportation
considerable dent in the starboard mailing 'officer! right, purchases the first ticket for a chance on West Adams. in kind, transportation requests.,
horizontal stabilizer of his fight- theJi' =foot ,Chrt.Craft motor boat, complete with trailer, to be I Right up to the minute mod- or reimbursement for cost of travel
er. After testing the aircraft for rivttJiway at tie Navy Charity Carnival May 1819. Making the ern type of dancing including shall be considered as having
flight characteristics he determined first' sale' is ChU' Variant Officer Perry illmgham of the MarinBarracks. fox trot, waltz, tango, rhumbas, been paid the appropriate allow-

I that his controls were not I -,. ( ., ,... Ttkets 4fl -, which /go; for 23 tents" are now on ale. I sambas, and possibly later, ance prescribed according to age.
badly damaged and he returnedto | I jitterbugging, will be illustrated It is pointed out in order to
base without- further incident B1d.< rkrnel; Better/ I equalize allowances enlisted per-
This unfortunate, and umuraal sonnel's travel allowances are
mishap halted.a.. seven month t4 Dancers can save each lesson raised from 3 to 6 cents per mile.
55 to make a folio of them for future
flawless safety record In which tans For Mammoth reference. and officers' allowances reduced
NARTU active duty pilots. and d.f ; from 8 to 6 cents Fei diem allowances -
"Week-end 'arriora'a'. atnissed;'a< are Increased from $7
total of 14,373,S ",fll g2} t Personnel Inspection l to $9. with deductions under certain .
without blemish tQ. aittraftl fQur. llav1/ ciicuinstances::
** e..1> .*" .R 'i.t 9 Charity Carnival I Scheduled Saturday' I i JI
frightltlw/' 'includes' adzninistrativ
This : I
Summer dress will be the pre-
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"nylWT: during the Naval Air Reserve
Navjcharltv scribed uniform for the Naval
fide
week, the heavy :flight Urn accumulated 1951 Carnival slated for May 18.19 here at
oa.week.eltd5; by the t 1 Naval, Air Statin will be held on a scale twice the size of last Air Station personnel inspectionto

seven "VTe k-end'! WArrloti: squadrons y ,r"* big event, Cfnival, _officials have announced. be conducted Saturday I Day at. 0900 Chief Visits HereIn
> | by Captain Douglas commanding -
aniAhaUueeYolunteenunitsthat /X>mo;io.past seven weeks genell -- -- -- --- .
ars li upp&1.edJob1: JARTU,' I ,chairman: Cat Julius tHrly The commanding officei, as officer.Departments
a carrier qaaUflcalrtJii'Tcruise In along with Vai ions com well as the general chairman, will muster and his two-day tour of NARTU
t which the pilots trf ""two squad tees l\avo bee working on earnestly hope and desire that all I form on the parade grounds in I Jacksonville last week-end Rear
rons qualified aboard th' ., USS .IJbUmipary plans he complete accordance to directives. All bat- I Adm Austin K Doyle, Chief of
Wright at Pensacola, a volunteer lout of'the 'CarnhS'are.tcom.rle 'personnel, both military and civilian talion commanders, division officers Naval Air Reserve Training, inspected
.with will wholeheartedly and enlisted personnel will officers and of
aviator training cruise and six } booth,; nm' *will support men Fighter -
weeks of intensive flying that has,. ready and' availble fia the the Carnival for Charity on take positions at 0840, with offi- I Squadron 742 and Patrol
been built up by the three Reserve 1ry' eat' future; j *,*. May :.18-19 and that profits derIVedr i cers call slated for 0850. I' Squadron 741 two NARTU Jax;
squadrons that are now on Hrhe't&oth: commit Waded. by' therefrom will be at least I All hands tre reminded to ', squadrons recently called to active -
'Paul ..' ..twice as much as was realized have theirdecor'ationsproperly duty.
active military service. pmdr:;y 'George submit- I
In the most' recent Naval Air Id.;{ recommendation concerning from'the 1950 affair _.___ ..__ __' displayed. .. ._ I In the midst of his nation-wide
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Training Command News Letter, (location 0(. booths: net amuses tour of all of the 27 activities:! un-
Vice Admit John Dale Price the //lent'ftatures to the lard of gov* ; I der his command, Admiral Doyle

(Please Turn to Page 8, Col 5 ) rnorsit;.Wn view of tl fact that I while here also addressed per-
he Carnival area wl be twice .. sonnel of both squadrons and
last year'.- ; jj' J conferred with squadron leaders
the ttemenllou
sizercf: n -
Author Dr. SlaughterTo r fJrfl lfl i regarding future plans
of work "
:amount mi be Involved .!... I
in constt'iictinl decoiat- : I : Marine Air Reserve Squadron
Speak April 11 Ing' #nd procuring of sizes for r }- +;, \ : 144, which has also recently been
the ,many booths I ; placed in active service at NAR-
At Station Library = Dig Prizes ornii I ITwd '\ "' ; J { TU, will soon undergo a similar
p ;ot the mal piiz a 1951 r tj ; "J 1 visit and inspection by Brig. Gen.
Dr. Frank Slaughter, noted aif Chrtrsler convertible and U.foot' William O Brice, Commander
thor, will appear at the NAS I md, Marine Air Reserve Training I
outboard .1
Chris-Craft boat, II
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brary April 11 at 2000 to discu, complete with two-wheeWailer, ( ,. ft. ..' :.,: 4. ;.. ':>'\' ,.: '. .

some of his novels j are already on display n< tickets i :" .::r: > :, Fleet Air
Dr. Slaughter. who is a wi are available through the f,;..: ; f .. t t:1: I Wing Eleven ,

known physician in addition station. The lucky ticket,0ldet, :'::',. ; \ ". ., 't l< ,11 Moves
being a novelist has ; ; '*'" : HeadquartersAir I
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does riot have to be PI'lt to : > .'
home in Jacksonville. the nU of I :: 'E :. < : tL1kT < Fleet Eleven has
"... ., ,madci 4lmthls; prize on Wing
yean :.. '!IS"" ..f.tp .MJ5f ,scheduled foiMaj' \\\It l: J ........ :} moved headquarter from iU
AmongtIDr! ':;J-! ..I'I I '" : '!t!' .i old 1 ri'in Hangar 124 to the 4seco
sellers t: afe 'Dlvlne MistrfJ j < ..from therni- : : \ of, building 158. Op-
"The!Golden IslesVanclcentl th+ : for the\u'icharitable I i ,. er miture move" was ..
/!'"' publishedtort, t1'1f} dJIi'B1 0%nl-I f.1lnUrtl "l om Sejjd, last Saturday
(lades.":Twtt of' hs( most poods':J" Jacksonville va, Ii l l J i J iJi"! ': |*-':eoto&unications depart
novels' .rti 'n :A Dark Gartyi'and"its :

Heart.Besides"' sequel being- .a"The- prolific... StubUrtft witerof 1:'' ,."Drawing I t.rt( of. 'ds.a pro-rated check to Charity against to lge'\e\ i i t, 1 na ca m':1 mj',:1.' >:nJr'11afngl'h24uyntil' ...1,al1e4 uu,,. flg'.-temporarily" 'f.'tll e JDew 1! facilllo re

fiction, Dr Slaeh- '
historical : '
willV J .
Carnival Fund, which NART CIIILP VISITS NARTU-Presently touring all of the I.. :.. ._ "
knownauthonties
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ter is one of the best 1s., "' .., '
on the history of ;l.th'Iorldatt I, handed to the charitable orgl 27' activities in his command, Hear Adm. Austin K. Doyle, Chief '.', 1'... ; ..
AirUo ,
zations as the Naval second from left, inspected officers Untfo ; ; Opttat .
: f' ." -- of Naval Air Reserve Training: : .;.,, "" !'.
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i 7r'ollow1ngbiatalhfDr.$: ,uqhvrW .1 'a (J""aU9fIoJalot less p4j I Ilea and men of VF-712 and VP-711, two NAKTU Jax squadrons recently .k :'It' :\ '... t.... .,,
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lr. ,router privately; vrth.perlaterected -,'1 than,th etting lip :of an t called to active service. Left to right are, Lcdr. Charles Unifornd' lit :/ B.' .
la .!. in writlnr and gaalzed.drlvtfor each: and evei W. Rogers. VP.,U commanding officer: Admiral Doyle; Lcdr. at present 4' ;
.;thOM needing ,.dTioei>abou< hav-. one ;'oC }thfarlous. periodic cal Edwin A. Fischer, \T-712 commanding: officer and Capt. Raymond or winter'unif, \1.
..3.I fA f thelr"hW1tU1cri t pullLsbt4. palgfft' driv :v }Jt,I) pointed r out. X.N.? Sharp, commanding officer of NARTU. I when -whltei !will l" :'t4.. }

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cJ"-Y-l'. : y I. '(&1 : ; Mai Returns To 11-week Basic Training



Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air A,. 11r

Station. Jacksonville Fla.NAS, Jacksonville Army Opens Medical Replacement Center at Ft. Meade

Capt. Douglas T. Day Commanding Officer ? *
Comdr. Porter F. BedelL Executive Officer By Armed Forces: Press Sen Ice to i ryj promotion to the next higher
Lt. Lorenzo W. Baldwin _Public Information Officer TilE :NAVY is returning the 11-weeks'''.ieor.te ,the Selection Board scheduled
Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear basic training policy altered to 9officers weeks last : se,on or. about April 16.fTWevation .
January. Recruit leave also has been reinstalled ".l' ri
Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery_. Commander '" s from WOJG
so that recruits "boot" train :
completing a
*\ receive
Capt. Allen Smith Chief of Staff I temporary ad-
ing may take up to 14 days of leave. ''Thd: lt\:., XH'Appointment dates
Fleet Air Wing Eleven extended training Is effective '' +
program April be n
Capt. Jesse S. McClujre ._..................,...........__....-........._...-. Commander <,?;f. !t Recommendations.. of par-
Comdr. Joseph B. Tibbets .............................._._...... Chief Staff Officer REGULAR ARMY warrant and tier ,g warrant; officers should
Naval Air Technical Training Center listed men holding Reserve commissions; Infield .:.. .. it a 'JAFJHeadquarters not later .1
Capt. Lester K. Rice ...._..??._____.___......-.._ Commanding Officer and company grades may apply for ac* I J ..,. .N{ } ; ''.. -. .'h

Comar. John A. Gamon Jr. .?......................____.....-. Executive Officer tive commissioned duty under the Army's ':nE f R ,* ND Reserve officers and en-
Naval Hospital "Fourth Program for Active Military Service listed f4t of'vthe Navy Medical Department
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton Commanding Officer of Company Grade Civilian Component Offinow enroll for special correspondence .

Capt. Guy E. Stahr Executive Officer cers," and the "Program for Active MilitarY': medict training courses. The Medical Corresponfcicei _'AI
NARTU Service of Field Grade Civilian Component Officers. ..Training Course Division has
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp Commanding Officer ." moved| tMt Naval Medical School
Comdr. Laurence D. Ruch... ___ _Executive Officer Bethesda,
latter
-= Under the program, the Army is offsreceive re applications. for enrollment will be
Bering to active duty male field grade !\
Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration
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cers of the Organized Reserve Corps and National 1 1 I *
building. Phone extension 8184.
Editor-Andrew H. Planey Guard in Infantry Armored Artillery,. TIC THIRD annual Navy Industrial

Staff Members: John L. Almond; Barbara Rici<.man, SN; Signal Corps Engineers and Chemical Corps. Health' tonfemice is slated to be held at At
t Ed Nellist, SA; Gerald Hynes, SA. Under the company officers program, orders lantic' sty, N':' J. from April 22 to 27. Its .
The JAX AIR NEWS la published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air SUtlon. will be Issued for male and WAC company purposela to provide an opportunity for Naval
Jacksonville. Florida and printed commercially! with appropriated fund grade officers of the Organized Reserve Corps officers d civilian employees of field estab
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVLXOS P-35, Rev. and National Guard. Term of service is specslis me to exchange ideas
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station, the on professional, J
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Field and tied as 21 consecutive months or such other technics and administrative aspects of occupational
the .SJ Naval { period as may be authorized by law, unless medicine and surgery. '
AIR NEWS Is a memt> r of the Armed Forces Press Service Re- sooner relieved." :--v' .
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production of material fiom these sources must bear a credit line. Republication 'TII1+ ,
Regular warrant officers and enlisted UK
of other matter, except by service publications It prohibited without permission I men FORCE plans a new basic pilot
of Editor JAX AIR NEWS. desiring active commissioned service under training hool at Spence Field, Moultrie, Ga,
I these programs, should apply through channels to/bo; uprated under contract by the Haw

to Army Area Commanders thorne King Service of Charleston S. C.
First ejM is scheduled for May 17. This will
I Service I REDUCED round trip leave fares for millbe', the ttfd basic pilot training school estab-
Miscellany tary personnel including Cadets and MldshlpUshed... < Mt .
men, traveling on written authority for leave, t *

pass or furlough have been extended by the .A MV Army medical replacement ttatnInff -
From the Seabets Coverall hazardous. railroads to January 31, 1952. Previous limit centeBs scheduled to open at Fort Meade,
Construction Center Port Personnel who were stationed set was March 31, 1951. Md."earl In April to provide six weeks of
Hueneme California comes a previously at NAS Squantum basic and eight weeks of medical technical

story that should start a mass Mass., will regret reading of the AIR FORCE REGULAR and non-Regular training, sire members are being transferred
migration of American men retirement of one of the station's warrant officers with dates of initial appointment from"' Brw a ''Army Medical Center Ft. Sam

southward. best known members. From the prior to July 1, 1950 Will be considered liou.stenC..
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According to the story there Is Squantum Witch comes the report
no draft on the island of Rapa that "Wolf" a very ladylikedog 'S1Jorhy' Scores \Vitli Marine For the skipper Colonel Mar-
FighteiSquadron shall
which is known as the "Island ofWomen" and mascot of the Dispensary this is his second tour of
The population of Rapa, has been given a medical dis First Litter oj Light : duty with CAG-4, having corrlmanded -
which is 700 miles southeast of charge. The only dog in the Navyto With pride and trepidation 122 VMF-213, then a part of
Tahiti is 375 and only 35 inhabi- receive weekly eletrocardio- watch standers at the Trans CAG-4 aboard the USS Essex in

tants are male which has createda grams, the Corpsmen still remark mitter sack building 131, an- Task Forces 38. and 58 during the
desperate situation among the I about the time when Wolf's cardiograms nounce the arrival of three Joins CAG4 N French Indo China campaign,
female citizens. So much in de- I and a stationkeeper'swere males and five females to Philippine Liberation and the initial

mand are males that the Rapa .i mixed causing the doctor Sparky Transmitter mascot, I Marine Fighter:sVi4ro t 2. mainland attacks upon the Japanese
women who are said to be very to say:% "My boy they're treat after approximately eight hoursof under the commaid"' tLtfHl 1.. during World War II. II
Was
Aboard Essex
statuesque and pleasingly proportioned ing you like a dog. nervous mid-wifery. Dave MarshaU."ported a aid : :
have started to kidnap I The acute housing area In Names for the pups have not Cecil Field last welt for extended .< Prior to assumingcommand of
VMF-122
fcommanding
sailors from ships that stop at and around Cherry Point, N. C. been determined at least until tour of duywitjxAir ) C 'ier Colonel Marshall was
the island. There has been so has been eased somewhat by they find homes with permanent Group 4. lie .quadrl Is I officer of MCVG-13 i'
much of this kidnapping lately I residents of nearby towns of owners. from Marine AU Corps, Stan: which was a composite group con.
that local law has passed which Morehead City Beaufort and stating of VMF-225 and VMTB-
a I Most of the dogs are white Cherry Point N.C",,where ib, asa
151. lie: took
makes it a criminal offense for New Bern who have offered to command of the
with black spots with one buff part of Marin Aircraft, Gfcup
the Rapa women to "drag or share their homes wit Marinesand color and brown. Sparky's 14.'m" .. group' commissioning and was
one v 'I .
with it until
carry a man more than 50 yards their families the Cherry pedigree is lost in the haze of VMF-22 \( deactivated in 1946
against his will. Point Windsock reports. as com-
of mixed fiy 11eg-otficerlof
many generations squadron
.
On the side of the Retaining the 5th ND cage( 1s"le' VMF-225.:
serious news breeding but the pups are cute carrier :\ rb Colonel .MarshaD
the Ceverall reported that Port championship for the fourth qualified h was also atto' -
in the Norfolk anyway 'I1n Hueneme personnel recently year a row Flyers Sea withouttcrden J
staged an ultra-successful TV downed a tough Naval Base BpeipVWaWnston; ( D. C. for two
Talent show which was videoed I quintet 61-52 and 72-59 to keep The NABTC pistol team re- pilot month turnover.after kaii&(In' Sjttf dY teed! Which he served at

over a national hookup. the coveted cup the Dope Sheet turned to Whiting Field last week of the pre-oAlifl h6Tt"a atot.Trainlng School
The helm of the USS Philip I reports. I from the National Midwinter was required U checin Wlti .t.i](!veTil"Iaryland..

pine Sea changed hands recently Frank Thomas former mem- Pistol Championship shoot in the aircraft! '... << t 4' 1* s rvirtg i ithv Marine avi-
according to the ship's paper the ber of NAS Jacksonville's base- : 'alien during:,tbcpftur Aha was decorated
At the presatt time thVs'quafron :
13 medals earned in "
Sealine. Captain I. E. Hobbs re- ball squad is now pitching for Tampa with is conducing intensive traing twice '"wjUrMfie Distinguished
Jieved Captain W. K. Goodney as NAS Patuxent River reports The the rugged competition which included in all phais of flying. Oi .Flying, Cross xand re.ce1ved'fow.Al..ldeda1..ud I
skipper of the veteran carrier.A Tester. Thomas is now attachedto over )00 shooters from : one
thousand hots diing
a were flown '
Fl es1denUa1 \1I\1t.Gl.taUon;:
VC-6.
unique method of solving Cuba, Canada and the U. S., the the jnontttof March f\"whl .
Brute>
Major FeauLjtho,
Off duty college courses offer squad I
traffic problems was institutedat -
Whiting Tower itemed. 199 hours we>{ at night.'NiWSQUADROl ., ron's exmcer I
Fort Benning Ga. recently reports ed by George Washington Uni- ; the Bayonet. The fort's versity are being started at NAS I overseas with: VM5>136.. and later

Provost Marshall hovered over Anacostia D. C. it is reported by with MAG-3Z during, the Philip
the station in an L-5 observa- the Anacostia Airways. Courses pine campaign. -Major Pegau
tion plane and from his vantage in psychology speech business I earned'one Distinguished Flying-
point directed via radio the ac- administration and Spanish have Cross two Air Medals and the
tivities of military police jeeps. been started so far. Prnjldential Unit Citation.
The Sandpoint Skylines From The Gator comes the Colonel Marshall praised the as..
(Seattle) reports that ten Sand- news that Capt." Stephen G. I sistance and cooperation which
point NAS Waves have joinedan I Barchet has become the eighth has ,been extended the squadron
all male chorus on the commanding officer of the Naval I from FASRon-9 and various other

Armed Services TV program. I Amphibious Base at Little ':units stationed, at Cecil Field.
Down in Guantanamo Bay Creek Norfolk Va. Captain'
Cuba shore based personnel have I Barchet relieved Captain C. S.
'a "dirty" probler to face accord- Weeks. TheallreGuide
ing to the Indian. Due to the R. B. Pierce AD3 stationedat -
arid nature of the country the Dallas Texas "was one of 20
Naval Operating Base is suffering .! radio performers picked from
from an acute shortage of hundreds to audition for the MAIN&IDE
topsoil and landscaping of var- Horace Heidt radio show recently -
Thursday, April 5
ious areas has come almost to a I according to the sta \ lers of the Plains" ..... ..

halt. All personnel have been I tion's Sky Ranger. 't...__. .........._"".F....._..Roy RogersFriday
asked to refrain from walking on Out in the wide open spaces I 6side

the grass or landscaped areas and around Fort Riley Kansas the it' Straight", April.... David Brian
to treat grass as if it were a luxury soldiers were talking about Bobby r "
what soldier and 135-pound ; r Saturday, April 7
in order to preserve' Bicklc a Y r II e"Barbara .
there I fighter who battled his way } dy Stanwyck
"", bute topsoil is.
basketball through the finals of the Golden Sunday, April 8
The' Island. fti I
Harris/ ,
Gloves in New Yorkto l>ji're In The Navy Now" .. .....
Coast
AU-Marine\title quintet annexed the and East,journeyedto. win competition the National lightweight '. ,\.1w'.....-__.-....-_......Gary ,Cooper

the West,oast for th All. GG title the Guidon reports. x;. w.rhYn $ l\IQDday.AmU( 9 jgK'' !H* ", :Marine piayotts. The f e Athletes at NAS Oakland accumulated "
Parrls 193 points in recent P"' 'l"j.I. ; .:A.!
of the Island s. \ Aa kN .
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.: The Corpus Chrl athletic excellence competition w' ka y 'I'.Ct.th'or! ( "
flvith other West Coast stations 4' .. uaa 4>I tl
ports an innovation
ance work at the Std win the 12th ND's Comman- tii It! 3. ; : ***. ..t' +'
save the Navy'" nt's Perpetual Trophy for llniA,4, ..))Ap l.'.' G. 'i
lars and hletic Excellence in 1950 the ttf r MontnCrtetp1*:ft .
worc. .T tation paper, the Golden Gater 4..LGeorge'. :: Montgomery
s. >o .t '
telesc nounces. .i Saturday, April 7
z_ '. Crew members of the FrankD. a r"t' 'InAe'Straight" ..__David Brian
sad,:to S, Roosevelt wcra honored ? I Sunday April 8
last? month by a visit from King -- "Fori Savage Raiders" ..,-1irr-1....-"
;norm Paul and Queen Fredericka fAT WOl -One of the newest Jackson _.A*__,.-_Charles Starrett
'A load of Greece who were accompanied ville area squadrons Marine FfcK. Squadron 122, hat'taken,-in )hn. ... tjest;. Aprllj ..I.'

a means by Crown Prince Constantin, and stride Its new assignment with (Tier Air Group Four, at Cecil uYOU'1I4'J'M'Na.Y.Y'....: '-' "1.,.._ e '
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to per-I Prince Fillipe of Greece, the Field. litre a three-man crew lo* an ammo belt. At top feeding:;, .1' -1-GaryCoopel'j
; If se were King's nephew report: the F. D. links is Pfc. Mathew Kuhl feedijthe ammo into' the belts/ rle;,:' 'YetlntsdajV Apr1l1J1;i5a

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1.1- "it1 wand I their opinion on a question put to

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think that a National Crime Com ./
mission should be established, and ado
you think that such an organization -
would tend to create a police .j 1

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1 .' -ih'1{'>:'\ .J>J' I Origin of 'Yank' { (auver's"Chairman committee Kef--,
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.- : : ; ''t: Said to Date Back cellent is doing job.an I ex-be-

In Defense r.J I To Colonial Times live ica should that Ameri-havea ";

.. ""\ National CrimeCommission.
Hon. Thomas! K. Finletter : I "He stuck a feather in his hat One
And called it 'macaroni 1* ,
Secretary of the Air Force thing is certain '
Armed Forces Press Service Once again from Paris to Seoul, : h
By c R 4 fjf e y certainly
the Yankee Doodle is having his
Sworn in as Secretary of the felt will have the
aea presence by people every
Air Force, April 24, 1950. where. The term Yank is back courage to get
Prior to appointment was Chief >. Mcmoney the underhanded
.foreign tongues. Its
among originis
laders of the numbers racket and
of Economic Cooperation Administration rather .
strange.In
mission to the United other vice lords.'Don't .
) colonial
days! when the
I leave it to the city or
Kingdom.
French and Indian war' was beIng town police because they are
In 1947, was chairman of Presi- fought, the British regularsgot
tempted to accept bribes and
dent's Air Policy Commission ........ ... .. .. .. ...m............. ....... .. ..... .. .. .rwm,.... into a battle and summoned er up for these individuals. I cov-say,
Other government appointments help. Colonial reinforcements start a National Crime Commis-
include special assistant to Sec- Correctly Identify These Aircraft And Win A Prize marched right off the farms sion and clean up this sorry
retary of State on international and out of the shops, Just as the mess and It will be a better placeto
economic affairs Executive call found them. live."
director, and later, deputy direc- VP-861 Member Winner The British took one look at .

i. tor of Office pf Foreign Economic the motley group, led by one Cap- Lt. Joseph W. Tyler, Communications
or ; Coordinator Consultant to tain Thomas Fitch, and laughed.One .
., the U. S. delegation at the San Of Weekly Aircraft QuizEnsign British surgeon, remembering don't think NAS:thata "I

t Francisco UN Conference on Internatlonal an old Dutch song, para- National Crime
.. "- Thomas E. Jordan, of VP-861 and George Shell, AUU phrased it into the now famous Com miss I o n
'> ?s of NAMTD both were absolutely correct in identifying last week's "Yankee Doodle Dandy" should be estab
tj aircraft as the Russian LA-7 fighter in the top picture, the British The colonial troops showed a lished. This
RAF Attacker fighter in the center view and the bottom plane as sense of humor, picked up the graft and shady
S
I 5 the British Firebrand fighter. song and sang It-the Yanks Y Business of the
4.aP Since the previous week's win- were hnrti. 3' a 'lumbers: racketcan
ner, Earl Pennell, ALl, was also any contestant who attemptsto And it is noteworthy to report well be handled -
beat the deadline will be that the colonials who knew
disqualified how local
from NAMTD chief Shell was dis- : by au-
qualified because a rule of the Indians fought, turned the battle- thorities They
contest specifically states that 2. To enable all hands to par- tide. The victory was won by / :an keep their
contestants from the same unit ticipate in the contest and to pre- Captain Fitch and America's first I joe Tyler communities .
I vent any one unit from having all Yankee Doodles! (AITS)
II may not win the quiz on succes- clean. That is what the taxpayers
the winners, no unit or group will .
II I sive weeks and Ensign Jordanwas pay them for,
given the $3.00 Malnside Na- be considered eligible for first "On the other hand there are
place In the quiz two times in a
who can'tkeep
I vy Exchange credit coupon. some politicians Just
row. The unit however, becomes New Helicopter
honest. It all boils down to
This was the second time that
eligible for all
Ensign Jordan had won the con- subsequent con- I one thing, a local problem, and
tests. Added the local authorities should wash
to Navy'sAntisub
test his win
although previous
3. Pictured aircraft must be "
their own linen and clean house.
; some weeks ago was shared by fully identified as to type, desig- I .
another participant, Willie D. Forces
nation and nationality.
l' Mrs. Ulysses Taylor, employee,
RobbIns, AN, of ComFairJax.
4. In the event of duplicate answers
:
Washington (AFPS)- The Navy B Navy Exchange
Since each" day brings new to eligible contestants a tiebreaker b '"The department
police .
will add a new recruit to its sub-
aboard and In will
personnel consideration question be used to in all
killer force-a helicopter that Is'
of the fact that some determine the winner.
cities and towns
long, low, streamlined and sleekas
S contestants may overlook the 5. Answers to the quiz may be |: should raid all
regualtlon governing the contest submitted either by phone on extension an airliner. I ;'t h e gambling
Organization, 1045. here Is! what you lime to 8184 or 216, or in personto The new threat to any enemy joints and rid
Born November 11, 1893. in I do to win the credit coupon. the Jax: Air News offices in the snorkel, the Bell XHSL-1 will >cities of crMks.Ihavebeen.
Philadelphia Attended Epis- 1, No answers to the quiz will Main Administration Building have tandem rotors which can
) be 6. The prize awarded the win be folded, enabling its use from
to
copal Academy (Philadelphia), accepted prior 0900 Friday heating and
studied a year in Paris and re- ner of a contest is a $3.00 credit aircraft carriers and many other reading all about
ceived BA degree in 1915 from coupon which is good on any purchase types of naval vessels. this mess and it
) University of Pennsylvania and made In Mainside Navy Ex- Speed of the new "copter" is *iis time everyone
'. LL.B degree in 1920. change.It secret but it will have tremendous I Sirs. Taylor should help.and 4
Served as captain with 312th is suggested that Interested reserve power, supplied by a get the gamblers and high bosses '
I. Field Artillery during World WarI personnel save these rules sinceit Pratt and Whitney R.2800engine I and put them where they be
I I Holds membership in Amer- is impossible to run the com- I used in some of the nation's fast long"a I
ican Bar Association, International plete set of regulations each week. I piston-engine fighters. i r

Law Society, and Delta Phi I I The XHSL-1 design can carry I I James A. Barry: AEAN, .VP-23,
fraternity. In Paris they're singing that radar and other electronic detecting wNAS; Miami:
Wrote three books and miscellaneous Broadway hit tune, "I Wasn't devices, and an automatic "Sure, I am fora
law review and maga- (Visit the Red, Shield Service- I I Pushed, Eiffel." pilot. Crime Commission -
zine articles. men's Club, topside, NavyBeachBus -- This is
:Mr. Finletter married Margaret Station, corner Clay and Ad- I a. big problemand
Damrosch, daughter of the late ams. Consult the bulletin boardin I is just too
Walter Damrosch, conductor The the club on your next visit to big for the cities
Finlettcrs have two daughters town), and town police
Thursday, April 5 to cope with. The

Singing Wheels J plub: transpor- Jcommiasi I. o n
tation to the rink. 1 should crack
Arctic Statitons .
Friday, April G ydown on every
crooked
1945 Jr. hostess meeting politician

Said Feasible Speaker, Mayor Haydon Burns, James Barry official and who police
goes
followed by New Jersey get-to + I back on the 'people.

Washington (AFPS< ) Experimental gether Saturday, April 7 "These bunch of grafters Just
work now being con- live off the little fellows and its
ducted has proved that observation Open house ping-pong and |'I about time the small fry got wise,
I posts can be maintained on shuffleboard; 2000, Saturday night too. They will never get rich."
r an all-weather floating ice pack in dance.. ,. "
J ) the Arctic Ocean. Sunday,' April 8 Jay K. Black AMI, X2-NAS:
This observation was made by All day Navy bus trip to Sil- "I believe that a Crime Commis
Colonel Bernt Balchen, USAF for- ver Springs dinner and all at- sion should be established. It
"I mer commanding officer of the tractions, $4.50 complete, sign up would not become any more of a
10th Rescue Squadron in Alaska. in office. In the club, 1000-1200, I police state than the FBI. My
p It also has proved, he said, that Java hour; 1700-1730, Vespers; I idea is to slap at the grafters and
landing and rescue operations are 1930-Around the piano. the high underworld vice lords.
.\ feasible there. Monday, April 9 This cannot be accomplished by;

j In fact, the Vt'tl"ranr'tlc Bowling Club, transportation to any small community police de-

flier Bald, more than 1,300 rescue the alley. partments."The touched
big boys are never
t have been made in Alaska TuesdayApril 10 like the Kefauver ,
and it looks rf:
Miniature course
golf ,
re-opens
between 1946 and 1950. "*
at 1900. Committee is digging below the
I ; As to the floating station, between transportation. Wednesday, April 11 surface and It.is. beginning to
I ,.. 10 and 15 men remain Junior hostesses in charge. hurt. Dig deeper, and smoke
there for about a week at a time, them all out. We, as citizens_ ...-/
They are provisioned from the air must think too of the American
by C-47 transport planes and heli- Personnel Invited To Dance children who fall into the traps
copters.In Personnel of NAS have been ex- laid by these greasy vice lords '
addition to the observation tended an invitation to attend a s -b r j .

station, the experiment is de- dance Saturday April 14, at Customer: "Look here, waiter, r
signed to test clothing and equipment YWCA, sponsored by the Business -TICKLISH BUSINESS-iIrth:1'Vickers: can play ostrich as I I've found a hair In this turtle 1
for cold regions. The big and Professional Girls' Club soup." -' i
YWCA. much as she likes-Just so she doesn't hide any of her better: Waiter "Well well the tiu
problem, he said is to accustom of the Jacksonville : so >-
psychologically the men to sur- Admission is 50 cents. with unI- features in the sand. What more could any little ostrich ask than: I tie and the*h .Ir finany. -etmt' 11&1 "

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If a man is a cigar smoker, '.----By' ARTHUR MURRAY In
February '
Fasron 6 should be "synonymous no truth to the rumor
Fatuous International Teacher of the Dance that a majority of GIs consume
with heaven to him at I During February Navy civilian a.
this time of the year. Thanksto i payroll savings participation increased I can of beer a day. A minority '

our fine, educational sys- I 1.2% from 61.9% to63.c can onsumes; the a .1..
Increase
tem one-half of all i This percentage 1L
majoritycon
going
up ft represented 13,947 new bond ac-
for third class will be ad- counts which raised the total s u messeveral

vanced on April 16. number of payroll savings ac-
Word still hasn't been received counts In effect to 225,470: the cans.
Sgt. Igor
on the tirst and second class ex- largest number of Navy Payroll B r's
e a v e
aminations, but it is hoped the Savers since March, 1946. girl is so
advancements will run as high. The Third Naval District ad- dumb she
The vanced from fifth to fourth place
men advancing a. notch thinks Cir-
are: Charles C. Digby, AD3; "if'IRACTICE BY YOURSELF $A-efhesshoal during the month by Increasing oumference A
Jack A. Hunt, AD3; Orville L. f AT FIRST. LEARN TO posifior for its participation 9.6% from 65: % is a
Gilchrist, AD3; Herman A. Turk, DEVELOP A SENSE OF right to 74.6%". The Fourteenth Naval Britishdiplomat.
AD3; Ronald D. Mitchell, AD3; BALANCE THAT WILLSEfJ7S\ /[$fIt District gained another 1.6% and ,
\t YOU V7 foX t remained in first place with 88.8%
Leon C. Hendry, AD3; Harry L. NECESSARY WHEN A Texas ..
Christensen. AD3; Everett L. Sey- DANCE WITH A participation.The 80ldierheard -*
t PARTNER. STUDY Thirteenth and Fifth Naval -
more, AD3; Bryan Sauls, AD3; I another -
PROPER MANNER OF Districts both made substan-
Ifrn F. Janecek, AD3; Gerald E. one
Jacob, AD3; Robert L. Schlief, WALKING.i tial increases and continued to ne
AE3; Josepn E. Bouck, AE3; hold second and third positions Shelley Winters w anted "to
Lloyd R. St. Laurent, AM3; Robert respectively with 81.7% and
i find a girl who doesn't drink,
t 79.9% Qf their personnel paitici
D. Needham, AM3; and Bobby 4& "
habits. The Texan exclaimed
Chiles YN3. pation. The Twelfth Naval Dis- :
D. "
4 trict dropped from fourth to fifth "What for?
An Army cook got into an argument -
70.4
with % participation.
place
A vote of thanks goes to Joseph LESSON 1 A Way to Health and Poise
I Activities which made the with a chief in a hotel restaurant 4
B. Underwood of O&R, who There's no such thing as a "born dancer." Grace, poise and greatest gains during the months "What can you do that I
made up our squadron insignia j confidence are all acquired traits. Millions of men and women have of February are as follows: New can't?" challenged the Army cook. /.
for the Jax Air News last week.It learned dance have found that is wonderful The chief "Cook "
; to and dancing a sport York Navy Shipyard from 84.2% snorted: f
was line work and it Is re- 1 S .
well wonderful fun.
as as to 95.8%; Naval Supply Center,
gretted he did not receive more \ It isn't hard to learn how to Norfolk, from 92.1% to 951%; Lots of GIs are athletic, in that !
timely credit.i I dance properly. The real secret I II The tired stenographer finds Naval Supply Center, Pearl Harbor they go In for davenspoits .
of Is-being dancing an outlet for nervous ten- Price Stabilizer Mike Di Salle
i good dancing yourself : from 83.7% to 86.90; Naval
If you see someone sneaking You may be timid, at first, sions arising from her work. The Ordnance Depot, Keyport, Wash- smokes 8c stogies. Asked whether r
t the
around the corners with their but faithful will hard driving business executive he stabilized of
practice remove, ington, 73.1% to 80.2%; Naval Air the price them he
hats low and their collars high, will find dancing a tonic for jan
that timidity. You may not be i I Station, Norfolk, from 708% to said, "The price has been stable
it is probably one of the bowling graceful at the beginning. But j f gled nerves, and a pleasant, sociable 74.5%; Naval Supply Depot, Sco- for a long time. In fact, lots of
team. The season Is over and hobby. The housewife will
self-confidence will develop with i tia, N. Y., from 53.8% to 61,4%. people think that's where they ,
the team made a sad finish. find her and "
each new step, twist or turn. It dancing keeps young come from. "
The team ended in last place all depends on you. i "on the beam" with her husband Shelley Winters, the PinUp

but still perhaps can claim a This 14-lesson course is de- and family. BREEZESModern Girl, had a letter from an Air !
first. It is probably the first time signed to teach you the elements I After a quarter of a century of + + Force fan who declared that the .,*
that any Fasron 6 team finished l' of the Fox Trot, Rumba, Samba, I II teaching, I discovered that one girl telephoning home at famous Florida climate is just

last i Tango and Walt. Each dance has easy step was the basis for 75 3 a.m.: "Don't worry about me, weather with a press agentA .
| dozens ot variations, but all can percent of all existing Fox Trot Mom, I'm all right. I'm in jail." very handsome Marine is
John Jl. Conely, ADC, joined i be traced back to the simple rules steps. wanted for two pictures. He drew I
the men who are passing out I and instructions you will read in We call it: "The Magic Step." Pfc.: "There Is a certain reason them on the barracks wall. '

cigars: but not because he made i this series in the next two weeks. why I love you." (Copyright, 1951, Post-Hall Syn-
rate. John has just become i i So, we will begin our dancing Girl: "My goodness." dicate).
the lather of a bouncing baby I adventure with the Fox Trot, I Pfc.: "Don't be ridiculous."
boy, John M. Conely, HI. Just what is dancing? It is which is typically American In .
not merely exercises or footwork feeling and tempo. I. I
I First Brig Inmate: "What are NAS New Orleans Seeks
Two men have returned to duty I on a floor; or an exhibition ot (Next week: Beginning to you in for?"

from the hospital. Olin Mapes, I gymnastics or physical prowess. learn the Fox Trot. Illustrated 2nd Brig Inmate: "It was at the To Fill Six Vacancies
AD2, who unaerwent throat surgery Ballroom dancing is beautiful, sills\ charts and diagrams.) officers' party the captain told ,
and Davis H. Langtord, graceful and dignified. It is a me to stand at the door and call The Office of the Chief of Na- !
ADAN, who was on TAD orders. healthy exercise and develops a SAVE EACH LESSON AND the officers names.. val Operations has requested assistance i
A particularly warm welcome was self-confidence that can easily be MAKE A FOLIO OF THEM IXU. in recruiting qualified
given Olin by the golf team of reflected in your every-day life FUTURE KEFEKENCE. A Seattle undertaker signs all personnel to fill six vacancies at I
which he is a member. It seems Dancing is "conversation" to mu (Copyright 1951, by Arthur his mail: "Eventually yours" the U. S. Naval Station, New Or- .1.
Ms services are needed badly. sic.When Murray) leans, Louisiana, it was reported .J1
you dance, you express I "What kind of auto horn would in Industrial Relations Department -

Fasron 6 has been losing men yourself. You hold your partner's My girl has small knees. you like? Do you want a good, Memorandum No. 19-51: issued -
almost as fast as it has been re- interest through the correct use Small knees are wee-knees. loud blast?" last week.Positions .
ceiving others. Roberto Lopez, of musical rhythm, just as in good A weenie is a hot dog. I "No, something that just for which qualified I
ATAN, of the electronics depart- conversation :you hold another'sinterest You ought to see my girl. I sneers." candidates are required include:
ment has gone to VR-24; Worth through use of the spoken -' -___ _n_ ___ ._ __ Engineering Draftsman (General) I.

Core, AN, and Mel Underhill, AN, word. "'BUGS' GET ALTITUDE TEST and Engineering Draftsman
of the supply department, are ,* (Structural), GSTabulating;

scheduled to leave for VF-14 soon, Dancing i'l I a way to popularity I Equipment Operation Supervisor,
and Willie J. Gormley, ADC, will I and happiness, not only for our I IN LAB EXPERIMENTS HERE GS-7; Architect, GS-9; General 4,
depart on orders for Quonset gay teen-agers, but for young Engineer, GS-9; and Sanitary En-
Point with his "hot rod" Ford.A children, youth, middle-aged folks i I gineer, GS12.Qualification.
The effect of various altitudes and temperatures on insects under -
tew men have also been lost and even those in their seventiesand requirements for
temporarily on TAD HohammedM. eighties. i simulated flying conditions is being studied here at NAS, and these positions may be obtained _',.'
Hassan, AA; Martin L. Berman I without the insects leaving e ground. by consulting IRD Memorandum
AN; Gerald Grogan, SA; In fact the insects for this experiment 19-51 of March 26 1951.
Arllrur ing to Commander Hirst.
Murray Says being conducted by the
and William H. Elliot are now I With the establishment of its Persons who feel they are. qual-
working at the NAS supply de- 1. Remember: Confidence Malara-Mosquito Control Unit own insectory, where insects are ified to fill these positions and
here at the station never leave
partment and Daniel Boone Smith, I comes only with knowledge. the confines of the ,NAS Dispensary bred and reared with great care, who desire to apply may do so by
ADAN, was sent to Shore Patrol Your partner, too, will have where the test are being I the unit is able, to work with filing Application Form 57 with
on TAD orders in exchange for confidence in you if you are I conducted.The, larger groups of insects at one the Industrial Relations Office,
Alfred P. Carrington, ADAN. sure of jourself. local Malaria-Mosquito un- time. Too, by placing them in the Building\ 131, U. S. Naval Sta-
S .2. Practice alone at first. II pressure chamber, and using other tion, New Orleans, Louisiana.
-- - -- : it, under the direction of Lcdr.
Welcome aboard has been extended I Learn each basic step thor- I John M. Hirst, just about: a year specialized equipment, simulating .
to two newcomers In the I oughly before going on to the I ago this month developed and I close to actual flight con- FHA To Meet
bquadion Leonard Zangs, ADC, next.: This will help deveiep perfected here in their laboratories ditions, the local insect fightersare ,
id: now working with the check I a surer sense of poise and bal- I the use of automatic dis- !J better able to ,conduct such | There 'will be a meeting of the

crew and Anthony Riccardi, AMC, ance than you ever would acquire 1 I I insection equipment for aircraft.I I' experiments than other labora- Fleet Reserve Association, Branch t

has filled the long vacant job of I \\lth a partner. I Several installations of the del -. tories. 91, Tuesday, April 10 at DAY
metal changes chief. 3. After you become proficient l vice have been made in MilitaryAir The study of "bugs" goes on as I home at 16 East Duval St at
you may dance any way Transport Service planes fly- NAS leads the way in the battle I I
Don Farher, AX, of engine you choose. Butt chile learn- ing the Atlantic and Pacific. for control of insects. 2000.
build-up and James A. Fox, I' ing, dance only on jour toes or I'1-- -

AA, have just returned from on the ball of the foot. By its ceaseless study of pre- \

lea,eo Don also recently 4. Dancing needs soul not vention of introduction into this 3 XI ..
shipped user for sir I soles. You have seen couples country of dangerous insects, such I I, Y
r .' whose feet fairly fly. That's as the Oriental fruit fly, and con- v'e'j
The past week has been a busy I fun! It'they can do it, you trolling insects causing epidemicsof
one for the pilots of the squadron. can too. Practice will putUngs yellow fever and sleeping sick-
Their time has been spent ferry- \ on your feet. ness, the Malaria-Mosquito Con-
ing planes frorn Quonset Point 5. Above all, be natural. Let trol Unit is experimenting daily
and Norfolk. Lcdr. Thomas Ab- yourself go with the music and with hordes of insects. -

bott, William R. Bailey, ACC- rhythm, of your partner.. In the present experiment, in

(AP) ; Lt. Charles W. Adair, Lt. which roaches, and flies are placed
jg) Sigurd M. Gudal, Lt. (jg) --- ----- -- I in Jars and then placed In the
Adrian G. Back, Eschol Frost, regular Navy, he had spent two I pressure chamber at the Dispen- '

AMCAP); James W. Christ, year In the Seabees. sary, the unit may come up with
After surviving duty in Pearl another "first" discovery. Y
AMCAP); and Harry }:. Pernell,
the pilots who have Harbor, China, Oceana, Californiaand During the first test, insects
ADCAP) are
Jacksonville, Turk has decided were studied at an altitude of
been doing the ferrying. that Navy life suits him very 30,000 feet. In the second the altitude -
,. 1 I well. varied from 12-13,000, with
Herman A. Turk of the Jet I Like most "brownbaggers", temperature of 80 degrees Fahrenheit -
hop cops the honors this editionas Turk finds that puttering around The "bugs" were "sent
the Fasr6n 6 "white hat of the I the house and garden takes most up" to an altitude of 12-13,000
- web." Turk, who reported for of his off hours, but on occasion, feet again, with 35 degrees Fah-
duty In January, 1950, had a va- I he can. be found at a favorite renheit in the third test.

riety of duty throughout the fishing hole or sometimes work- .-
squadron before being assigned as ing on automobiles or exerting Habits and actions of these Insects -- ----- ----
ith operator on one of the jet himself In indoor sports. are studied daily while in EYE 'BUG' ACTIONS-Aft
\.1 j hops, mobile engine test stands. Last January, Turk took the the pressure chamber. Althoughit tudes in the pressure chamber : the NAS Dispensary here, flies
Enlisting In the Navy In examination for AD3 and recently I has been found out that the and roaches (in jars) are examli ltd for study of effects by Walterh
1947 from bin home In Redding received the work he passed and I II insects do behave differently at F. Cupp BTC, left; Ensign Jo&ep G. McWilliams, center and Wai-
Calif., Turk took his recruit will be advanced. congratula-I varying altitudes and tempera- ter L. Lowry, IIMC, right. They form part of the crew which has
training at nearby San Dlfffo. I tions, Turk, and '! tures, it is still too early to draw been conducting tests on insects I i at the Malaria-MosquHo Control J,

Prior to his enlistment In the through your Naval life. ,any definite conclusions, accord- Unit at NAS. I'wWW..WM I



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Fasron 9 VA-45 VF-41 VF-172 FAW-11 Report



Scouting! Jacksonville'i Area Squadrons_


FASRON NINE
)' Fasron 9 i in statistical Larry Brumbach. Honors in He has been assigned to the
jI a to Lt. Jack Jones rOCk-\
et firing go \ Hydraulics Division of the Maintenance -
view rates with the best of 'lowed by Ens. Gus Kinnear Department in the squad-

't' any outfit of its size or largerin Ens. Jake Jacobs. ron. 5V

the Navy.For ..

proof-From the date of VF-172
at Cecil Field, Fas-
commissioning:
Not one but two cigars were
ron 9 has had 81 per cent re-en-
out Ruben
t being given by Daugh-
listments into the regular Navy.Fasron try, who not only celebrated his
9 has also had less dis- I
making a rate in the traditional
ciplinary action with personnelthan style, he's now Commlssaryman
any other outfit known first class, but had occasion to
... around this area. There have
give out with another stogie, for
been only a minimum of Cap- his wife presented him with a
tain's Masts within a six-month baby boy on March 24, at a roar-
period and not one case has goneto ing 8 i Ibs. $ v- -
a higher authority. It was almost Impossible to 1
The ratio of men wanting transfers 7 cut through the haze down in
is very low, for working witha hangar 115 what with 29 men
group of men, all of whom are making rates in 172. "Hurry up, Doc-he has to get back to his station!"
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wanting to maintain the squadron John Maier, AA, went on leave
standard is definitely a pleas- and came back with something SHIP TO SHIP DENTISTRYTHING

uie. new'' in the way of surprises, he
Just recently, 'Fasron 9 received married one of the local belles

a letter of appreciation from the VF-41 INSIGNIA Transla- from Newark, Ohio, and we agree OF PAST J-Ili HOPES
Commanding General, Air Force I tion for insignia shows wavesat Newark's loss is John's gain.
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Marine, Atlantic Fleet and Sec- bottom, denoting Navy; I Harold Farmer, SN, went on Recently recalled to active' -
ond Marine Air Wing. This tends cloud aircraft; hook shows 'leave this week, to his home townof teams skipping from ship to ship,
to show that all have been :duty from private practice in 'I
doing squadron is carrier qualified; Bristol, New Hampshire and thoroughly examining teeth of ev-
their part to keep this a top-notch lightning bolts illustrates Instant we of 172 had the opportunity to Georgia, Lt. Harold J. Lowry, ery man on board. Their skill
outfit. readiness and firepower; welcome aboard Leland Snively, famed for his hitch-hiking I and knowledge of medicine en-
Each department has not only ADC, who was with abled them to kep serious dental
I Ace of spades is for best in formerly dentistry during World WarII
1' expressed but also illustrated a the deck; rockets are reminderof NAS Patuxtet. diseases and systemic Involve-
desire to keep itself above reproach firepower and smile shows Remember if any news conies and now attached to NAT- ments due to dental disease at a

and to aid other depart- enjoyment of pilots in their your way in 172 and you wish to TC, hopes that his days of minimum.
ments and divisions to perform work. pass it along for everybody's en- traveling from ship to ship *
their best These ideas and acts VF-41 joyment, call Russo or Strapplein in of :
quest throbbing jaws is NOW, WITH TilE finest equip
of good workmanship has resulted Comdr. Charles C. Ainsworth, the personnel office and we'll
the ment available for his use, Lowry
a thing of past.
in Fasron 9 growing into a live commanding officer, received try to get it into the Jax Air admits that the equipment involved -
While under the
} and active part of this area. word from the Chief of Naval Operations News. serving com-
in seagoing dentistry is a
I mand of CINCPAC Dental Unitin
last week, that the *
far from that at NATTCenter.
cry -
Welcome aboard to Richard pro-I 1944, Doc Lowry became the
posed squadron insignia for
He recalls the times in whichhe
F.0\W11Deployment first
seafaring dentist with porta-
Drake, Jesse Staff and John 41 has been approved as -
had to one-half horse-
use a
McLemoreho are reportingfor I of the headquarters ble equipment. Lowry and sev-
duty. A welcome buck U ted.Thus ends the long and diligent from the old location in hangar eral other dentists became noted power motor rigged by chiefs on
board ship in order to take care
also Issued to Alex J. Taylor, search for a suitable and distinctive 124 to the second deck of build- for their hitch-hiking around the of
that
to him at
patients
came
just returned from the !hospi'" I insignia.The ing 158 a few hundred yards combat areas of the Western Pa-
has been changing from ship to ship, in the sea. The greatest problem,
tal. approved emblem is the re- away successfully com-
effort to out their itinerant though, was in transferring the
carry
sult of the efforts of the entire pleted.
two tons of from
I gear ship to
The Fasron 9 "Raiders" made squadron. Original designs were I I Operation "Furniture move" pack-on-the-back dentistry.. ship by small boats or breeches
their initial outing in softball last submitted by most of the person- was carried out on Wednesday! buoy in all kinds of weather.
week and came from behind in nel and from the original 35 thus ,I March 28, except for the equipment DUKIXQ TilE WAR, relates j Frequently while in the midstof
the closing inning to tie Cecil entered, three designs were tied of the communication department Lowry, fighting ships from cruis- tending the prevalent cases of
Field, 66.Despite for first place, after each member which will remain In ers on up had their own dentists aching molars and wounded Jaws,
John Bareswilt's homer of the unit had cast his bal hangar 124 until facilities are aboard, but ships of the auxiliaries Lowry was called upon to admin-

that tied the game, the "Raiders" lot.Of installed in the new building.The -oilers, tankers, cargo vessels, ister anesthesia for the medics.A .
greatest weakness proved to be the three top-ranking designs I transition was accomp- floating drydocks, ammunition native of Cartersville, Ga.,
the lack of clutch hitting which one was the work of Grayson lished without casualty to the ships or any vessel with a crew I Lowry joined the Navy in 1943
left 21 men stranded on base. Wiltshire, Jr., ADI, and the thousands of pounds of of under 500 men-had no den- I after receiving his degree from
Pitching wildness also contributed remaining two were the ideas of but John Kincaid, equipment'l, tists.Along I Emory University and completing
for five of the six Cecil Field Ens. Richard H. Ellis, Asst. administrative brandish a well-splinted, heavily I I with Lowry there were graduate work at St. Louis University -
runs. officer for the squad about 20 of these traveling dental I ,
f ron. bandaged digit as evidence of his I
initiation to the new headquarters. -
I The commanding officer was It all happened when a ren- '
I then requested to choose the egade window in the new build- IAquacade April 11 Brings
one, which lie considered would
ing slammed with emphasis on
be the most appropriate, and
the yeoman's favorite thumb. I
one of Ens. Ellis' got the final

nod.His rough sketch was submit- I Reporting *for duty* with the Breathtaking: Performances .

i ted to a commercial artist and staff command on the same day .
b after several air mail consulta- the moving took place was Lt.
tions and suggestion sessions the William P. Phelan, who found II An hour and a half Aqua .
F- final insigne was derived. some departments in the old location cade, featuring fancy divers, i, of listed the men will wear the uniform :
I Colors shown in the but others in an enroute day.
are as photo -
swimmers comedy skits and
I I The art of fancy diving wil be
with the rocket tip red and status.Lt. I'
a water ballet by 15 Jackson- demonstrated Paul
by Franke,
the streaks of l yellow. Phelan was recalled to active
lightning duty in March from Louisville I I ville beauties, will be presented I AD2 of NAS and Sam Hideout,

t I Just reported aboard is GeorgeP. (I Kentucky where he was a I, next Wednesday, April 11 guest medals star while who attending won numerous the Uni-

Fournier, AMI, who hails from member of an aviation volunteer at 2000 at the Indoor Pool. versity of Florida. While the divers
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Ford, Washington. I unit. Before receiving his orders, I
The best swimmers and diversat perform, a clinic explaining -
tI Four nler enlisted in the Navy he was employed by Joseph E.
NAS two out-
plus one or how points in diving competition
I I and Son Inc., distillers, I
shortly after his graduation from I Seagram standing exhibitionists, are included are scored, will be held for
North Central High School in but failed to bring samples with on the program, which the fans' benefit.

I Spokane. him. will be free to all personnel. En- I 15 Beauties
SCRAMBLED EGGS-Comdr. --- -
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Khka act'a.e.nRa-. Exhibitions.,wilt aJscingdmsjon. r, _
of '
George O. Wood, skipper :
'by' ...
/ "' ...
VA-45 smiles happily as lie trieson
his first "scrambled egg" Na .. mn 'I

cap upon being promoted to DI9 .1Jna f' ;, ,
., his present rank. His appreciative tJq".I.j" ''j'I 1
crew pooled their resourcesto 1 f'I t. 1ba
'nlng- :
present him "'""i his new r1yo
-f .JIO .
cal"A- n),
VA-45 led the other J a :
again helve
:!.. '
been ?
squadrons of Carrier Air Group The girlr
Four with 1300 hours of flight practicing at the local pool for
time accumulated during the I next Wednesday's event for the
month of March. Under the able past mo"th.
leadership of Lt. Jack B. Jones, I Plemy at comedy is in store.
the maintenance crew put out a k' +.; Don Heflin will be featured in a

maximum effort for the month ci.:,, .. y s 4FC night duck hunting skit as he gets
'
.
; : > o Y
and the officers of the squadron att. 4 o I the Jump on duck hunting season.
extend congratulations for a job V Gil Whitaker and Dave Moore
'will team, in their comedy act
a "well done".
'
During March, the squadron '4\ tt : 4'U I which includes dives from the 30-
i foot board, while Myles Nash does '

preparations ..t,.. ;(, 0.wv.,n. 4 Jv vaeW.ao aro.aw a :wq,.,,., M.. his comedy skit on the flying i

, petition, and night field carrier trapeze. '-,'
,
operations. All available pilots I I A survival demonstration illustrating -
were qualified in the night field the use of the "DilbertI
carrier phase during a week of e t.t I I Dunker" will also be included en'
concentrated night flying. the agenda. One of two of its kind '1f
I'rogressva made in cutting : in the entire Navy, the "Dilbert
down the squadron average Dunker" is used to train pilots "
In competitive phases all I in hitting the water and escaping
without injury. Actual demonstra-
pilots Increased their proficiency -
in dive and glide-bombing I l tions will be made.
and rocket firing. t tb y sa 2 ,,tt The NATTC band will furnish
The "Big Three" board in the music throughout the program."Do .

VA-45 ready room, shows Ens. ,
Bob Worchsek leading the pack al, aK e t4.ve I you wish to consult 'Woo."S\

in dive-bombing, followed closelyby sung Pootung, the great. Chinese :
Ens. Don Casson and Ens. AQUACADE rERFOltl\lEltS-Flve of the 15 Jacksonville beauties to be featured in a water Mystic 7" ,' I

Steve Ledogar. In glidebombingLt. ballet at the Aquacade April 11, rest while getting instructions during rehearsals. Left to right "Aye, lasstell 'Jm 'it wothot'd
I' Arl Curry is top man, trailed are Linda Cleveland, Bobbie Woodman. Tatty Wade, Judy Gabel awl Phyllis lU&selt.. All are Jax Lancashire."

,.\ by Ens. Steve Ledogar and Ens. Junior High and High School students. 'tit from

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1 HAS Intra-Mural Softball Gets



A JI !> Underway April 9 With 26 Clubs __

I With 26 teams entered in competition, the 1951 NAS Intxa-Mural
I Softball League opens hostilities Monday, April 9, with a full day's
r slate of action.

There will be two divisions as campaign. .......
in the past, with 13 teams entered Hospital Defend
in the National and Amerl-
i I can divisions. All eyes will be on Naval Hospital -
I again this year, in an attempt -
American league entries include to break the
I I monopoly on
I Fasron 6, VF-41, VP-861, VF-172, championships held by the Hospital -
With Fd Nellist Marine Air Detachment, First lads. Hospital has walkedoff
Lieutenants, Fasron 109 Ordnance with top honors the two
Next Wednesday all hands will have a chance to see an I t and Gunnery, ComFairJax, years. Defending champion past in the
aquacade the likes of which hasn't been shown here in many 5 ((1 I VP-10, VP-5, FaeTuLant, and VF- American league is the Ordnanceand

a year. The show will be made up of swimmers from the I I 171. Gunnery crew, which made a
13 In Each Loop fight of things with Hospital, Na-
Air Station and ,will include a few swimming beauties from ,
The National league is composed tional division winner. ,...
the Jax Red Cross swim division. Music provided by'a
I
,
,, of Chief Petty Officers, VP- Outstanding players for the ,
band from NATTC will create the atmosphere to make the ;; ,,*,,, 741, NARTU, Fleet Air Wing 11, year will be chosen on an all-star
show well worth seeing. TENNIS STALWART Len Supply, Overhaul and Repair, VF- team similar to the recently com-
Curtis, shown here making a 173, Operation Flight Division, pleted basketball program. Com-
Operations -Aerology-Tower, Marine petition is thus to be
backhand return, has been a expected .
The Parris Island Marines who participated in the Sixth consistent all Security, VP-3, and Naval keen. ,

Naval District, Southern Elimination play-offs here last son for the performer Jax Navy tennis sea I Hospital.All As yet, no definite first round t
month, won the 1951 All-Marine Corps, East Coast Basket. combine. lie stood out in last teams in both divisions have schedule has been announced, but .
ball Championship by defeating Camp Lejeune Marines, 65- week's clash with Universityof been practicing daily for opening coaches, managers and physical ..,
51 in the finale of the tournament. Florida, scoring the only sin- day April 9. Some 130 games are : training officials are hard at work
gles win against the Southeastern scheduled to be played in the first to complete the full list of tilts to
From there the Parris Island Leathernecks went to the Conference' champion Ga round with a weekly outing of six I' be played, and the completed {
.West Coast where they took on the San Diego Marine Corps tors. games on tap, making it a full schedule will be posted in the Jax

Recruit Depot five, West Coast champions, for the first an- Air News in the very near future. 1 1i

nual All-Marine Corps championship.The 14 Teams Entered In

unusual aspect of the play-off was the fact that the Racketmen .

Quantico Marines, usually a strong contender for any post. NATTC Softball LoopFourteen .
season title, were knocked off in the early rounds of the 2 ToCollegians
East Coast go by the Camp Lejeune quintet in a jarring teams are already entered in the proposed 16-team I Drop
NATTC Intra-Mural Softball League which opens play on April 9.
upset. According to NATTC officials, '
if two more entries are received dropping another. I

\ Just a little word about this Florida sun. This is especially before the league actually begins The two proposed leagues will NAS varsity netmen absorbedtwo
for all the "Yankees" on the base. It burns and play, competition will be divided 'Consist of one league composedof defeats last week at the
NATTC Service School
into two leagues of eight teams personnel
tans just like the sun up north but it kinda sneaks up on each. However, if there are no and the other league of NAT hands of Duke of Florida University and the

you and really bites in. $o take it a little easy the first more entries, then the 14 team TC Ship's Company personnel, in which University are both ranked among squads the,
couple of times out and you should have no great trouble league will be divided into two so far as possible. I top four tennis teams in the
with it. divisions, one with eight squadsand Teams thus far entered in the South.
: the other with six. NATTC Softball circuit are. Air-
,
However, if you do get a bad burn see that you get it Intra-Mural play will be held craft Maintenance, Supply Material Against the hard-hitting young-
week with each team Dispensary Medical, Dispensary sters from Duke University, local
taken care of right away because besides being mighty four days a
racket wielders unable to
week. Fri- Dental, AE School, ANP( ) t were
playing two games a
painful it is also very dangerous. Your Time Out corre day will be held open to facilitatethe School, ANP( ) School Ship's 1 annex a singles win, however, In,
spondent discovered all this while basking in ole Sol's rays playing of make-up games. Company, Marine Air Detachment the doubles competition Leon Wil
the other week-end. School, Marine Air Detach son and Leslie Smith teamed up
Each team will be limited to
ment Ship's Company, Personnel, to cop the only Navy victory oC
22 men Including managersand the afternoon. The final tally was
AO School, AO School Ship'sCompany
Jax Navy baseballers will open their home half of the roaches, but new men can Athletic and Recreation decidedly in favor of the college
the roster at
be added to
schedule. against the Florida Southern College nine. Anril during the season anytime by and AK School. I boys, 8-1.
' -i'7. Prior to the opening game the Fliers will take'to the --- A final meeting will be held tomorrow Len Curtis led the varsity squadin

road for its first two games, the first to be played at Lake- Service Boxers Cop at 1000 to complete the Florida their netmen fray with as he University battled his ot

land against the Moc's and the second at llaiford with the Two Victories In son arrangements underway.The .for getting the sea way to the only Navy singles vic-
prison nine. tory with 8-6 and 6-4 tallies over
( Golden Gloves ]Mccl Armed Forces suffered an his Gator opponent.
upset in the 175 pound class, when Chalmers and Owen
NEW yom (AFPS)-The big- George
An All-Star baseball game, an unusual one, will be gest feud in boxing historythe24th Cpl. Eldredge Thompson, a Marine Williams won a hotly contested
played at Mason Field Saturday morning at 0930. The par- Annual Golden Gloves intercity lost to Bobby Jackson, of double match, 4-6, 6-2. 7-5, and
ticipants in the fray will be the cream of the 400 lads who competition-Is over, and the Chicago. Leon Wilson and Leslie Smith
have been coming out to the Jax Navy Boys' Baseball Train- Armed Forces, have two new box- Other members of the Armed doubled up to sweep a 6-2, 6-1
ing Camp for the past four weeks. Ing championsA Forces to win Golden Glove recog- match with the college netmen.In .
wildly cheering audience of nition in the earlier city finals three of the hard fought sin-
This.year ,the All-Star. game will be a nine-inning game. more than 9,000 fight fans at were: Ken Davis, a Marine, the gles matches the margin betweena
h > will be played by boys in the 11-12- Madison Square Garden recentlysaw Western featherweight champion; 'I win and a loss was match point
'ct three by the boys in the 13-14 Bobby Bickle, world-wide, Sailor Billy Hartman, runner.up' and had the Navy netters notchedan
14-15 Army champ for two years, drop for the Western championship; ace at the right time they
4 s Sby the year-olds. his opponen, Juan Curet, twice in Ray Drake, Air Force, was a semi- would have rung up a victory over ,.
h_ 'more boys will get into the game the first round of their three stanza finals winner; Carl Blair, a sailor, the highly regarded University of
r!Against boys their own This match represented the Great Lakes Na- Florida tennis squad, Southeastern -
age. Curet came back gamely in the val Training Station in the Western Conference champions.The .
;e equitable selection of the out- second round but could not avoid tourney; Michael'Zecca, a Ma- varsity squad returns to
-game and to insure that all selec- the lethal right of Soldier Bickle, rine, competed in the Eastern action tonight when it entertainsthe
Tina n.a"e basis of the individual ability of who won the decision and the 135 championship; Don Lee, another :McDill Alrforce Base playersin
"' each boy in regards to the others in his own age group. pound Golden Gloves championship sailor from the USS Worcester, a return match at Boone
for 1951 and Henry Ebron of the Great Park. "The locals opened their
Individual awards will be made to the outstanding Ken Davis, the second service Lakes Naval Training Station. season with a resounding 9-0
players and it is hoped that a small award can be madeto contender, a Marine stationed at + I whitewash over the, Airforce net
Los Angeles, won the 126 pound The game of golf was devisedby
boy enrolled at the training camp. Awards for the
every crown by outpointing his opponent, the Scots in the 14th or 15th
will include such items baseball ters.SPORTS I
outstanding players as Frank Ryff century.
shoes, baseball bats, baseballs and other paraphenalia use- SHORTSBob

ful to the young baseball aspirant. Waterfield in an exhibitionfor }

*. Who Is European Heavy Champ? the Cleveland Rams in 1945
threw a football 100 feet at a rate
Tomorrow will mark the finale of a three-day stand of Once again the quiz corner state where no one is quite sure of 63.18 m.p..h. '
major league teams at the Jacksonville Baseball Park. This came up with a stumper in last from one minute to the next t
week's question. "What was who the reigning champion Is. In a horseshoe tournament of
afternoon the ever popular Brooklyn Dodgers take on the Jim Thorpe's record in the PenYour quizzer wants to find out 30 games, the average player
National League champion Philadelphia Phils at 1400. To- tathlon in the 1912 Olympic how well you are up on your walks 9 miles, and pitches 3 tons J
morrow's game pits the Cincinnati Reds against the Wash- games?" champions, so we ask this ques- of metal. .
ington Senators. The Nats and Reds are ,improved and Several entries were made In tlon: *
the contest but of the Bowling, which is called Ameri-
none "Who Is at present the hea>'
threaten to break into the upper bracket of their respective contestants came up with the y ca's No. 1 indoor sport, with its
circuits this year. answer. Thorpe won weight champion of EurolCf"correct 10,000,000 to 15,000,000 participants .'
four first places and one third The first correct answer to dates back, for its origin
v place in the 1912 Pentathlon the quiz question wins a free, to ancient Germany where the
i The NATTC Athletic and Recreation department has The first places were In the full course meal at the civilian practice originally was part of a
cafeteria, good any day of the religious ceremony.
broad discus throw 200
Jump, ,
r asked that Time Out extend to all that participated in the meters run and 1,500 meters week. .

NATTC Intra-Mural basketball program, the sincere appre- run; the third place was In the. To insure an even distrlbu- James J. Corbett who defeated
ciation of the department for the fine co-operation that was Javelin throw. tlon of the Jax Air News, no John I. Sullivan, Sept. 7, 1892,
given to the infant program and for the successful comple- This week we go back to the answers will be accepted prior in New Orleans is regarded as the
art ot pugilism for our ques- to 0900 Friday, the day after first world heavyweight boxing'champion
first NATTC intra-mural athletic
tion of the independent tion. We are once again in the publication. under the Marquis of I
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AO School CopsNATTCenter I Fliers Launch Baseball


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\ Hardwood Crown Campaign Next Week :i



The NATTC Intra-mural bas- The 1951 Jax Navy baseball edition embarks upon an

:ketball circuit completed season .s.ladM4 Wif, < wwe ambitious 60-game schedule on April 11, when the Fliers open
operations last week with the
crowning of the Aviation Ordnance their campaign against Florida Southern College at Lake

five as NATTC champs.In a1M land, Florida. :,
winning the crown, the AO >aB g Before the Fliers return for
quintet defeated the favored their first home fray with Florida Ralph Cochrane, in right, Nor- ..'
NATTC personnel squad, 56-48. M r State in a return go on April man Quarrels in left field, and ,
Play in the NATTC league was 17, they engage Raiford Prison, Don Manning ,will likely patrol
I divided into two rounds with the on Aprll15. center.
'.... six tetams meeting twice duringthe f The locals, in the 60-game cam-I Reserve moundsmen include
entire season. paign, will face top notch service returnees Joe Gushanas, Chuck
NATTC Personnel clinched the teams in the area in addition to Webb, and Phil Richter, Eugene
first round title on the strengthof a host'of top college nines. Duval, John McCaffrey, and
a perfect record of 5 wins and Lose to Grand Rapids Henry Martinyk.Here .
_, no losses. The second round of { is the schedule for April:
play ended in a three way tie be- The Fliers, under coach McCaf- Apr. 11 Fla. Southern away
tween Physical Training, Ma- c5 r frey, have been drilling daily the 15 Raiford Prison, away
rine Detachment and the AO 0, 3x past month, including several 17 Fla. Southern, here
School.A scrimmage sessions against 19 Camp Lejeune, away
sudden death play-off was strong professional teams and 20 Camp Lejeune, away
held to determine the winner of other clubs in the area. It 23 Stetson Univ., here
the second round. Detachmentdrew In a practice game last Sundayat 24 Fla. Frosh, away
a bye to meet AO School, Jacksonville Beach, the Fliers 27 Ga. Teachers, here
which downed Physical Training, READY FOR OPENER-The lost a close contest to Grand Rap- M 28 Ga. Teachers, here
in the final game to decide who 1951 Fliers baseball edition will < t > ids, a Class C, club of the Tri- 'I 30 Ga. Teachers, away
was to meet the.Personnel quin- State League, 97. Coach McCaf .
be unveiled next week the
tet in the championship play- as frey claimed "We were beaten by:
offs. AO School dropped the Marines locals open with Florida Southern. our own mistakes, not base hits. Jax Navy Links
, with little trouble. McCaffrey has been more than
The game between the AO Ready for their starting : pleased with the showing of the Crew Grabs 7th
School and Personnel which berths are backstop Bob Welz, Fliers in their outings on the fieldso
marked the end of the NATT- & t :. far.
above, and right fielder Ralph > Straight WinThe
Center basketball league was Becker To Start
closely contested. In the later Cochrane, right. The Fliers facea No definite starting mounds. fast-stepping Jax

minutes of the fray, AO School 60-game schedule.AllStar man has been chosen for the golf team recorded its seven
moved out in front for a 56-48 XaeP R ooener, but all indications seem straight win of the season last
L win.Top r to be in favor of veteran Bob week by defeating the Univer-
honors In the scoring column Becker. Bob Wolz will probablystart sity of Stetson at Deland, 17-1.
went to Roper of AO and behind the plate for the Bill Foulk and Leo Marchel
'b r Cook of Personnel who garnered Fray SaturdayEnds Fliers. teamed to dsfeat George Frison

., 21' points a piece. Probable infield starters for and Chuck Rea, 8-1 while at the
; Standings: 1st Rr. 2nd Rd. the opening game will be Bill same time Wright North and Ken .
AO School 2-2 4-1 Saunders at first Chester Neely Sutton bested Spikr Johnstonand
If Personnel 5-0 2-3 Boys Baseball CampThoroughly at second, John. Thurmond hold- Marg McNeely, 9-0.
.. Marine Det. 4-1 1-4 4-1 4.1 ing down third, and Bill Zieglerat Wright North of the Navy was
I Physical Trg. short. In the outfield will be low man for the day with 70.
. X-Division 1-3 1-4 briefed in Chuck Rea was low man for
CMAA 1-4 0-5 four previous sessions in the fundamentals -
of baseball, some 54 young baseball hopefuls will dispay the Stetson with 76.
fruits of their learning in an all-star game here Saturday morning Dodgers-Phils Following North for the local
I Foulk And Weiss I in the concusion of the third annual Jax Navy Boys' Baseball Training honors were Ken Sutton, 76;
Camn. Bill Foulk, 76, and Leo Marchel
In the event of Inclement Clash Today At 78. For Stetson it was George
Meet For NAS weather, the all-star game will be by the New York Giants, will be Frison with 82; Marg McNeely,
delayed one week, camp officials i awarded to the throe best infielders 85 and Spike Johnston, 88.
have announced. outfielders, pitcher catcher Jax Ball Park The Jax Navy linksters move
Links Diadem The all-star game features the and first baseman in each age to Winter Park Saturday, when
category. they play Rollins College.
cream of the from
crop
among
Ij Camp emblems will also be giv- Two more games Involving I .
hundreds of
Bill Foulk and Charles camp participants.
major league baseballers in
The all-star selections, which will en to every camp member, along are 5 Linksmen Tie For
Weiss survived rugged semi- the offing today and tomorrow at
('.. be announced at the session this with a ticket to one of the Jack-
, final matches last week to Saturday, were made on the abil- sonville Tars home games. Crow- Jax Ball Park on Myrtle Avenue Blind Bogey HonorsFive

move into the finals of the ity, attentiveness, spirit and attendance ther Boyd, Jacksonville Tars bus- linksmen tied for top hon-
station golf championship.Foulk of each lad.NineInning iness manager, has also announced T his afternoon at 1400 the ors in the weekly blind bogie last
and Weiss will FraySaturday's that members of the all-star crowd-pleasing Brooklyn Dodgerswill week with net scores of 77.
tangle teams will be awarded a season meet the National League Tom Lymenstull shot an 82,
Sunday at 0900 for the cov- all-star fray will be pass to all Tars home games. champion Philadelphia Phils. Both picked 5 for a handicap to give
of nine innings duration, but will
eted championship trophy. divisions. Awards will be presented following teams are top contenders for the him his 77 stroke total. Andy
actually have three
Foulk conclusion of each National League crown. Chris Leschak
defeated Bill McWil- the combined a handicap of
Lads in three brackets will
liams in his semi-final match, II. compete in the age nine-inning battle ,i three inning session. Van Cuyk is expected to toe the 8 with his 85 shooting tally for
up, while Weiss was victorious with each bracket toiling I rubber for the Dodgers while Bob his 77. Capt. Smith shot a 97,
Miller is due for the Phils' slab
I. over Stu Reed by the same ver- three innings each. Dog sled racing as a sport, Is but operated under a 20 stroke .
t diet. assignment. handicap to win a tie for top
I The 11-12 year old group will the outgrowth of many years of
, In the first flight Saturday Doc Tomorrow the Washington Sen- honors. Eddie Embres chose 7
start the fray by playing the first the use of the dogs and sleds for
.. bested Bob Wallace 1-up to move three frames, while the 12-14% commercial transportation over ators find themselves pitted for a handicap and shot an 84,
I' in the finals. Henderson will play, year group will follow, with the the frozen wastes of the United against the Cincinnati Reds at while Doc Lyons picked a 13
, the winner of the Wright North 1430. handicap to match his 90 score to
olds dia-
the
141/2-15 year taking States, Canada and the Alaska regions
f r' and Mob Theil match to decidethe mond for the final three frames. The Minneapolis Millers of the round out the array of first place
winner of the first flight. Well drilled in their four pre- American Association will move finishers.
? Dave Mosier defeated Jack Pi- vious sessions, the lads should do into town for a two-day stand Admiral Montgomery won closest -
I va, 2-up, and will play the winner well for themselves in Saturday's Edgar Allen Poe, the poet, was with the Jax Tars on April 7 and to the pin honors for the dayon
of the battle between Paul finale. In previous outings the fu- named to Walter Camp's first All- 8. The Tars then meet Albanyof No. 16 when his tee shot landed
George and Charles Dittmar for,' ture stars of tomorrow have re- American football team in 1889. the Class A Eastern League 3 feet from the pin.
.
. second flight honors. There were ceived instructions in various April 10 and then play host to Bill Baker cut.loose with a 275
I,' no matches played in the third phases of the game, includingbase The late Bill Robinson, who Ottawa of the International loopon yard drive on No. 17 to take the
f flight. running, sliding proper bat- gained fame as a tap dancer and April 11, 12 and 13. Ottawa longest drive honors for the day.
Capt. Early won out over Tom ting and bunting technique, field actor on the stage and in the has replaced Jersey City in the Longest putt registered on the
i Burman, 1-up in the fourth ing, pitching and team work. movies once ran 100 yards, backwards International League. course for the day went to Red
I
\4 flight, and Bob Tiek defeated Prizes In Offing I in 13.2 seconds. Tickets for all these frays can Cranston as he tapped a 15: footeron
J t Jim Mauldin, 43. Tiek and Bartf -, Prizes? are also in store for I be obtained at Donaldson's, Inc., No. 18.FAW .
]ear will battle for flight honors lucky lads of the camp. Such 216 West Adams St., or from the I

I f f this John week.Zwatschke bested J. E. awards as baseball bats, gloves, I ish James Bare Knuckle Figg was Boxing the first Champ.Brit- Lynch Jacksonville Building.Baseball Club, 730 11, CPO's Pace
and baseballs
shoes autographed
I Robinson in the fifth flight, 1-up. -- .. Bowling Competition
,' J. S. Brown will play Doc Byonsin
a semi-final setto with the winner Fleet Air Wing and CPO's are
to meet Zwatschke in a showdown leading the intra-mural keglersin
I I battle for the fifth flight rQ ioQA i- 9 P'1.5 n, i the National and American
honors. Leagues title races respectively. ,
I xWeber NARTU Marines are running a

l I and Clark Clash I close second in the National cir-
cuit while Fasron-109 holds sec-
,,4 For Women's Golf Title' ond. spot in the American division -

f The Ladies' station golf championship NARTU Marines' Jim Lyonswas
will be determined this I top bowler in last week'sNational -
I week when Fuz Weber and Anne action scoring
a single
., Clark meet in the finals. !
223 and a high game set of
** Last week in the championship' fame Chief Lillicotch pulled top

1 } flight Fuz Weber defeated Kay k I honors in the American race with
** Brockhaus, 8-6, while Anne Clark his single game 224 and 592
was victoripus over Betty Holton, series.
,.,.- .%. I
;, High team series for last week
: .... In the first flight Marge Gardner went to the CPO's who rolled a

,,. bested. Elaine. Hillia, 3-1, and 2558 series in American league
irson won by default play. NARTU Marines rolled a
[,Tylutkl. Gardner and 2519 series for top honors in the
! |lt: meet this week to I I National
',"Winner of the first II loop.American

II I I Standings: GW GL P
ijr beat Louise McWll- CPO's 26 1 35
hile Louise Theil best- FASron-109 15 9 21
eorge, 2-up, in the sec- I, VA-175 Officers 12 12 15
.Winner of this flight NARTU 11 7 15
';lded between Mealy ______m..........___ ___m._.__._ 1<.""". ._-- I National
;. TAKE THEIR CUTS-Jimmy Sutton, 14-year-old from Southside playground in Jax, laces outa Flee Air Wing 11 30 3 40
yons will meet thee hard one during batting drills at last Saturday's fourth session of the Jax-Navy Boys' Baseball NARTU Marines / 27 .6 37
> Lots Mullins-Helen Training Camp. Behind the plate is Jimmy Grooms, 15-year-oldster from Tallulah playground. VA-175 Enlisted 16 15 21
4 ch to determine thee The lads brushed up their drills in preparation for this Saturday's all-star fray which concludes the Hospital 16 17 20

third flight. ;year's camp. Fasron-6 10. .17 .U
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iels and L. M. Bennett attendedthe FOR RENT \
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,_ and Sewage Treatment combined 3 rms 'and bath, furn, 3622 Riverside ,
with the conference on Radiological Mrs. Lafferty, Ph. 2-
Health and Civil Defense re- 3720 .,
cently at Gainesville, Fla. Furn, .rm. house 4839 Kerl St.,
Murray Hill Mrs Truth Ph.
Whose face was red with guilt 2-3211.

Monday morning after having 4-rm. house near NAS, 5535/ Brent
Bent Lawrence Master Mechanic
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Boyer, St Mr Hicks, Ph. 26012.. f
Power Plant recent clip-
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vti Furn, 4-rm. and bath $65 per mo.
from a local accompanying
ping newspaper z 628 Post: St. Mrs. Van Hook, Ph.
his picture ? 8-3342. '

Reporta received Monday morn- 6-rm house furn, 5124 Bragg Rd.
ing tell us that Mimi Bailey of the Miss Pittman, Ph 2-0692..
Design Division is recuperating JM1 J, _c, ,, ... __ Lady to share home, call 8-4017
:", GRADS-Ready to take over now as instructors at the various train- after 1800, Mrs. Wood.
r"r are these recent graduates of Instructors' Training School They are, front Furn. rm., 2104 Riverside Ave
L. Lane, AE1; Frederick G. Arntz, Jr., ICC; Bryce L Worrack, A IMC Mrs Duxenry, Ph. 8-3756.
); O'llara, AEC; David E. MacNeil, AOC, and Joseph D. DanVactor, AEC. Back 5-rm apt unfurn., near NAS
i ; George A. Atkinson, AOC; Guy E. Morrison, AT2; David F. Davis, AOC; Mrs. Dickson, Ph. Ext. 523.
; Horace E. Stepler, AEC, and Edward A. McKinney, AE1. 5-rm, furn. apt. Mrs. Homeinix, .
-- 3858 Concord, Ph. 2-2179 after
3 pm.
t Unfurn. 4};-rm. apt, 3684 Hed-
: rick St. Mrs. Seymour, Ph. 2-
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P Rm.0766.and board for men 2607 Riverside

Ave. Mrs. Johnson, Ph.

l 2-673. ,
)' I By Armed Forces Press ServiceA i Sing. and double rms,. 736 Oak
April for baseball player's ball player It's a trite expression but St. Mrs. Courier, Ph. 76922.
in Europe. none other adequately describes Tommy Henrich, New York Yankee 4-rm. furn. apt.,. 2381 Broadway A. I
Youth baseball player who has been forced off the active list becauseof Ave. J, M. Adams, Ph. 7-9702. )4

k leaves on .an_ailing knee. 2 single rms., 2601 Park St, Mrs. .... I
shooterAlways Houston, Ph. 8-2770.
installa- square' "'"
Mesta a keen student of the ''1 Blackbirds.! He'll cut down on Furn rms., 2637 Forbes St. Mrs

I has, game, Henrich during the 1951 the mileage and possibly be a Dalton, Ph. 7-7810.
: party for season will be a Yankee coach, I little more choosey concerning Double rm. $5 per week, 2719
the song, assisting Manager Stengel in the the opposition. Park St. Mr. Wolins, Ph. 2-0087. .
With the hitting department And it's Fura rm, 4638 Wheeler, :Mrs.
4 a popular move too. Tommy Paul Zimmerman, sports editor Long. I
probably knows more about the of the Los Angeles Times, Obviously Sing and double rms. 1417 Av-
finer points of swinging a bat doesn't think much of the ondale Ave. :Mri.! Schultz, Ph.
1 band- successfully than any other major idea current among Pacific Coast 2-5930.:
Miller style, league star today, with the pos- colleges in favor of non-partlcipa Rm. in pvt. home, 2811 ForbesSt.
I a host sible exception of Boston's Ted tlon in future Rose Bowl grid ., Mrs. Hagedorn, Ph 2-3043.
of campsin Williams He truly was a games He types this caustic Furn. rm. near NAS, 5002 Colonial -
California clutch hitter and when the blue comment: Ave. Mis. Martha Wilton,

with chips were down you could be :Man, can't you see the rest Ph. 2-0290.
I his i radio virtually certain Tommy would of the nation laughing at 'us if Three bedrms. will rent rent one

"show come through with a timely hit, the PCC does blackball the or all, 3534 Majflowei. Mrs.
Let's Go, and in many cases an extra base Rose Bowl. We take five Fubrer, Ph. 2-9801
With Ralph" blow. Witness his dramatic home straight lickings from the Big 4-rm. furn.' apt., 2202 Dellwood
I Flanagan. run in the ninth inning of the Ten and then tell. the world I Ave. $70 per mo. Mrs Stri k- e
I! His schedule first game of the 1949 World Se- we're through. land, Ph. 7-5403.
: March Mrs. Watkins will share her home
ries between the Yanks and Dodgers -
If the PCC does blackball the
5,
Camp It had been a terrific with couple, Ph. 74435.
Carson game I know what I'd do if I I
,
hurling battle for eight and a half I were in charge at SC and FOR SALE
Colo,; April I until "Big T", as he was 3-bedim. ranch style house, 4153
I Innings UCLA. I'd pull out of the con
2, Fort Dix, i
Lexington Ave., Lt. Telfair, Ph.
: affectionately known to his team-
ference all-
pronto, arrange an
N,J.; April I
8-5347.
mates to the A
stepped plate.
intersectional schedule featur-
: 9, Fort
3bedrm. house, 6127 Transylvania .
few moments later Tommy rock-
j j Monmouth, teams from Texas, Dixie and
St. Mrs. Abrams, Pn. 2-
eted of Don ,Newcombe'sfast
one Big the Midwest, and then tell the -
N. J., April -
balls into the far right 010!.
16, Mitchel away Tournament of Roses they
AFB, N.Y. field stands at the Stadium, and could alternate us (SC and MISCELLANEOUS
.. The it was the ball game. Throughout UCLA) in the Rose Bowl every Wanted ride from Edgewood and
HarvardLampoon the 1949 season Henrich's bat other year. St. Johns to base and return.

was a tremendous force in keep- Why should somebody 'wayup Hrs. 0730-1610. Mrs. Davis, Ph. .
,
university ing the Yanks on top.. there in Iadho or Oregontell 27493.
humor us to junk the Rose Bowl? Mrs. Fiveash will baby sit, 2351
1'.i'1 mag, has Tom rail-weather, one-time Or in Berkeley, for that mat- College St., Ph. 7-4929
head of three minor baseball .,
Found -Class ring from Andrew
a fuss by ter? In my book the Rose
to Eliz- leagues"" Is dead of a heart attack Bowl Is bigger than the PCC. Jackson Hi, contact Mis. Swee-
: gallantly lIe gave up presidency :Maybe that's what's the matter ney NATTCenter Ship Service.
) despite a of the Western Association \ Wrist watch found on station
after the 1949 season because S owner may claim same by con-
of illness, and of the tacting Chief Doughty, Bldg.
eted' drew
award Three-I circuit at the close ,of The Cleveland Indians a I 914 or calling 600.
who "has the 1930 campaign St.Mary's ; gross gate of $3,887,000 during :I 2 riders wanted from the beach.
of per- College, Oakland, Calif., the 1950 baseball season. xpen- es to NAS, Hrs. 0700 to 1530,
personal sea were $3,427,000, leaving a..
has suspended both football contact R. W. Sheese, Shop 2201tO&R
made" Holly and baseball for the durationof profit of $460,000 from which approximately \ .
the national emergency 38 per cent in fed- Ride wanted from Edgewood and
eral taxes must be deducted .
Chair Bee coach of the ill-fated
.1 Beaver. Hrs. 0800-1630:: Mrs.
and :Max Long Island U. basketball team Which proves again that runninga Chen, Ph. 2-4660 or Ext 681, ,
called I which lost four out of five major league baseball club is..' after 1640.
Maxie' Western road big-time finance Will I .
games on, a trip Riders wanted to Norfolk. Contact
guns in the U going to be more careful Wedge, former sports writer with Lt. Goodson, Ext. 681. '
: "I'm a about future trips for the the old New York Sun, has been .
appointed librarian of the Baseball !
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There is a definite base
ball move on to play more after- ( from Page 1)
noon games. Idea is to get away to
Chief of Naval Air Training challenged -
from TV competition. Kansas his entire command to pro-

q ews ,, City, of the American Association, duce a record that could top the
has plans to experiment along one that NARTU Jacksonville has ,
this line You'll be interested just set.Germ .
to know that approximatelytwo i .
million dollars were distributed ,.
Masks For Civilians
among the Bowl football teams I I
after the January 1 grid classics. Washington, (ArTS) Masks
Seven colleges, Texas, Clemson, for use by civilians as t protection
Tennessee, California, Oklahoma, against both biological and gas, 1" .
Miami and Kentucky, netted at .warfare are being developed whin;'t
4i !,Jf least $75,000 each U. S. Navy co-operation '&< '' hi



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