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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 26, 1951
Frequency: weekly
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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).
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Pilots of NARTU vy's Need for


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'- Engage I More Housing


Maneuvers Here Evident Here

I "Weekend Warriors" from patrol

sonville squadron Naval VP-741 Air Reserve of the Train-Jack need for 1,452 additional

ing Unit joined hands with their housing units for Navy

contemporaries of Organized Sub- tn nnel in the Naval Air
marine Division 6-43 of the Naval
Reserve Training Center to holda and Cecil Field area
joint training maneuver last
weekend. 1, was expressed

Five officers and nineteen en- letter from Capt. Doug
listed men of the Sub Division NAS
Day, commanding
went aboard the submarine USS
Cubera at the Training Center to the Jacksonville
Friday evening and put to sea I Builders Association
to ,conduct diving practice. The week
Cubera, a postwar "Guppy" type
his letter to B. C. Buck,
I pres-
submarine, is commanded by
of the ,
I Association Captain
Comdr Gerald M. Reeves
: pointed out the present and
Pilots Search I x }
4 I requirements for low
-When officials of the Naval Air housing.
Reserve Training Unit heard of
yb stated
early Tuesday
,- arrival of the Cu- :
the impending that the Home Builders
bera, arrangements were'made to 'I has the matter under
conduct the the
maneuver.to
joint
and is working to-
benefit of both the Air and Submarine
._ _._ _.. _.__. I a possible solution of the
.. Reservists. --- -'- ---- ------ --- .
.. While the Cubera conducted its
NATTC INSPECTION-Naval Air Technical Training Center personnel stand at rigid for at least 1,152 of the
from NARTU
drills local
searched, for pilots it visually and on tion in their first inspection in whites while Capt. Lester K. Rice, NATTC commanding officer, units should be priced ...

their radar gear. When a "blip"was passes through ranks. The unit being-inspected_. here is the Ordnance School. ...--- -- enough for enlisted personnel
sighted on the search equip- : can afford a base rent of
ment, "Weekend Warriors" attempted Former nine to $60 per month, exclusive
to make contact with the Plenty Of Entertainment 1)H ," was expressed in the
sub and "attack" it before it letter.
dived to safety. Cited' for Efforts f f I all units be kitchen equip-
Good Training: and have a space heater or
Such practice is extremely ben- For May Charity Carnival type of heating equipment,
In Korea
eficial to both parties concernedas Conflict/ also requested in the letter.
the Submarine Reservists received for
Navy prsonnel were
practice in emergency div More than 40 game booths, exclusive of refreshment bars, rides A former member of the down as follows: NAS

ing observed procedures for characteristics: while: the airmen of a I and a featured kiddieland occupying half of Hangar 115, will vie mous Blue Angels, Lt. i personnel, 84 units at pres.
real submarine. for patronage in the Navy's giant Charity Carnival to be held here II Thelon, just back from more by November 1, to-
I Turn to Page 2, Col. 5)
Pilots of VP-741 are local vet- May 18-19. Korean combat area, has m .
erans of World War II who are Plans of Hangars 114 and 113, presented with a gold star I
currently on active military service showing booth space allocated to U. S. Air Force planes performing I lieu of a second II I Fleet
at NARTU. VP-741 was recalled departments and units, Were distributed overhead, and a wide varietyof I.
Flying Cross and three
to duty on March 1st and committee meeting i exhibits showing all types of
its members are undergoing a Monday during called a fey Capt. Julius war equipment now in use by the tional gold stars in lieu Jax To Leave
:,. period of intensive training at the C. Early, carnival chairman. The military services will make up 10th, 11th and 12th Air I
Jacksonville Air Reserve Train meeting was presided over by the joint celebration which gets als. Adm. Alfred E. Mont
ing Unit prior to joining units of
out underway at 1300. I .
Comdr. James P. Lynch, who
the fleets. The awards were presented } Commander Fleet l
Two PV Ventura patrol bombers lined rules and regulations governing The gates will open on the first Friday to the Navy pilot, now Jacksonville since March
the operation of entertain night of the Carnival at 1800, and sistant inspection officer of
were utilized by the NARTU
I
I 1950- will be relieved of
pilots in the maneuver. Anti- ment features. will remain open until midnight. haul and Repair department
submarine work is the principal Dual CelebrationThe :It is expected that many towns Capt. Douglas T. Day at an unspecified fu-
mission of Navy patrol squadronsand dual Saturday feature of people will visit the Armed Forces ing officer of NAS. date by Rear Adm. Os
this will be the first oppor- the Armed Forces Day exhibit and I Day observance Saturday afternoon B. Hardison, it was an-
tunity for the local pilots to work air show was discussed by Comdr, I between 1300 and 1600, and CAPTAIN DAY also read last week.
with a submarine of the Regular Paul George. Military parades on I will remain to enjoy the final tions signed by Vice Adm. A.
Navy in several months. I I the Parade Ground, Navy and night of the Carnival. Struble, Commander e prospective Commander
Fleet, recognizing The 1 o Air Jacksonville is from
"Black Light"WORLD'S achievements as a division N. C. and is present.
I in participating meritoriously I as Commander of the
I FAIR ACT GIVES LOCAL OFFICER 35 strike missions over Naval Forces.
territory In Korea between Air Jacksonville extends
IDEA FOR ILLUMINATING CARRIER LSO SUITLcdr I II October and January. I Cherry Point, N. C., to Key
-. Thelon has just returned Florida and includes three
Many years alter he'd watched ------1 five month's duty with a I a training squadrons
of entertainers vilian life in Buffalo N. Y., has squadron based aboard a and an anti-subma
a group per- I
(Please Turn to Page 2, Col. ) all-weather training unit
forming in costumes made lum- served aboard NAS Pensacola in __. u_
inescent by "black light" at the '41, with VT-9 from '42 to '43,
Chicago World's Fair Lcdr. Rich-
ard E. Moot, commanding officerof aboard the Intrepid from '43 to
VA-859, was able, to solve the '45 and the United States Naval
.
problem of how to illuminate Academy Post Gradutte School at :
Landing Signal Officers so that Annapolis, Md., in 1946.
they could be seen by pilots land-
ing at night aboard Navy carriers. Prior to reporting for active i4r
duty at Jax, Lcdr. Moot has re- .
It became apparent to Lcdr.
Moot that an L.S.O. would haveto serve time with' NARTU Anacos- i i.t
be more easily spotted by pi- tia from 48 to"'48 and at NAS Niagara M

lots coming in after a mission, Falls, from '48 to the. present .t ,
than they were at the time when time.
he served in that capacity with '
For his work on the suit, he was ; '
.. '. -- Carrier Air Group 8 aboard the | \
, awarded Letter of Commendation
USS Intrepid. a
from the Commander in : / Remembering the actors cavort- I Chief of the Pacific Fleet.
ing in their costumes, he lookedup "
all he could find on the use s4'
of black light as a means of il. Readers Guide 1 :' \ .Jf
He used substancethat ;
lumination. a t .' ,_ '
had been treated so as to \
.., glow when flashed upon by the I Aircraft Quiz ......._ .. .Page 3 .' ; ," }
i eerie light and sewed it to the Moot Ulue Cross .. .... .... ... ._ Page 8 '.' $ \ ")>

front of a pilot's flying rig. When and it became standard throughout Everybody's Dancing ..._ Page 5 1----- .. ..... '." ..... }QJSJ:
the black lamp was turned on the the Navy. Housing Needs ...............Page 1
stripes were visible to the incom- Insurance ..... ....... .Page 2 CITED FOR KOREA COl\IBAT-Citations and awards for
when air- -- achievements
ing pilots, however, no as a division leader while participating in 35 strike
craft were making an approach, Not only is the suit used for Scouting Squadrons .__.Page 4 missions over enemy territory in Korea, were presented in ceremony *
he'd step out of the light's beam night operations but it is practical Six Kits .- ....__................_..Page 5 to Lt. Robert II. Thelon last Friday by Capt. Douglas T,
and blend in with the black sur for use during daylight Sports ._. ....._..... ..... ...Pages 6.7 Day, right, NAS commanding! officer. A former member of the
roundings. hours as well.Counselor I famed Blue Angels, Thelon received a gold star In lieu of *
Station _
After experimenting with his : Moot, for he is a Dialogue Page 3 second DFC and three additional gold'stars in lieu of 10th, 11th
I rig, pilots themselves preferred lawyer in the firm, of Moot, I Washington Report ...._ Page 2 and 12th Air Medals. He presently is assigned at Overhaul and
it to the other used at that time Sprague, Marcy and Gulich in ci- Who's Who _..__..-..Pa&'e 3 Repair as assistant inspection officer.

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Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air

Station Jacksonville. Fla.NAS, Jacksonville Reactivates Famed WWII. Airborne Reaiment
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Cart Douglas T. Day Commanding Officer J.
By Armed Forces Press Service AIR FORCE Reserve officers on active duty
Comdr. Porter F. Bedell Executive Officer
and serving in an AFUS grade lower than their
Lt. Lorenzo W. Baldwin.Public Information Officer THE ARMY will reactivate the 508th Airborne Reserve grade will be authorized to request relief
Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear Infantry Regiment of World War II fame from active duty upon expiration of cur-
Adm. Alfred R Montgomery ,Commander at Fort Bragg, N. C. late this month. The rent service statement, USAF Headquartershas
Capt. Allen Smith Chief of Staff 508th will function as a separate regiment as- announced. _

Fleet Air Wing Eleven signed to 3rd Army Headquarters.The Such officers, however, will be granted the

Capt Jesse S. McClure ._-...-_._____.____..-._.-._ Commander Regiment distinguished itself as the opportunity of remaining on active duty on a
Comdr. Joseph a Tibbets __.._...____..__._...._ Chief Staff Officer 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment, a unit of volunteer basis in their current AFUS grade.
Naval Air Technical Training Center the 82nd Airborne Division, In the Normandy Those relieved will be eligible for recall to active r'

Capt. Lester K. Rice ..........-.._..._.___---.._..----... Commanding Officer Invasion. The 82nd Airborne Division then duty in their Reserve grade, on the same
Comdr. John A. Gamon, Jr. .-*.__'.__.. .....r.r.r...... Executive Officer was commanded by MaJ. Gen. Matthew B. basis as other Reserve officers in an inactive \
Naval Hospital Ridgway. status. ,
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton Commanding Officer r r r ,
Capt. Guy E. Stahr Executive Officer TilE AIR FORCE will call to active duty THE NAVY has established three "Class A"
NARTU ten National Guard flights assigned to the schools for boilermen, pipefitters, and molders.
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp Commanding Officer duty of towing. air targets between May 15 The pipefitters and molders schools are locatedat
Comdr. Laurence D Ruch Executive Officer and July 1. The call will Involve, fewer than the San Diego, Calif., Naval Training Center
650 officers and men. but will bring in units and Naval Station, respectively.
Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration from ten different states equipped with B-26 r *
building. Phone extension 8184. bombers modified for target towing. A SENATE POST OFFICE SubcommitteeIs
Editor-Andrew H. Planey r r considering extension of free mailing privileges
Staff Members: John L. Almond; Barbara Rickman SN; ASSURANCE THAT VETERANS still in to all members of the Armed Forces.
Gerald Hvnes SN. military service will receive their National Present postal regulations extend the privilege
The JAX AIR NEWS If published weentv at the U. S. Naval Air Station .
Jackionvllle. Florida and printed commercially with non-appropriated fundst Service Life Insurance dividend checks as only to troops in the Korean combat zone.
no expend to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P35. Rv. promptly as those in civilian status was given r .
Nov. 1915. Copies' are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the recently by Chairman Hardy of the House Executive PROPER CEREMONIES marked the recent
Naval Air Reserve Naval Ar! Station. Cecil Field: and
Training Unit Auxiliary [rand
Naval
U. S.
the U. S. Naval Hospital. Expenditures Subcommittee. re-establishment of the Hospital
The lAX AIR NEWS Is a memwr of the Armed Forces Press ServlM. Reproduction The Subcommittee has worked out arrangements Hospital Corps School at the Naval Train-
) of material from these sources must bear a credit line. Republlcaticnof with the Defense Department and the Ing Center, Bainbridge, Md. The re-established
othr Editor matter.lAX AIR exeept NEWS.bv service publications Is prohibited without pcnolssloaef Veterans Administration for handling these hospital has an authorized:; capacity of 500 beds.
checks. It had been inactive since May, 1947.

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Stains Before its Too Laic H Officers WinPromotions

Notes
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Reams of copy have been written on the Serviceman's Indemnity .
and Insurance Acts of 1951, which proposes to grant $10,000 fromItfARTU '
free insurance to servicemen, but still much of it needs clarifying .
for the ordinary layman in order that he may make his decision. Their simultaneous promotionsto
The bill which in effect provides a cost-free death gratuity of the rank of Commander, marks
$10,000 pavable to survivors of men killed in the Armed Forces on another similarity in the Naval .
and after June 27. 1950 has cleared both House and Senate and now careers of Comdr. Charles D.'Fon-
awaits the President's signature.Free VF-741 lost three pilots since for the annual cruise in July. vielle Jr., and Comdr. M. Court
Insurance Pays 92.90 .. the last weekend drill in March.Lt. Lt. (jg) John M. Smith and Lt. Norton, both of whom are on Rear
Many of the provisions of,the Serviceman's Insurance Act were Carol W. Gibson and Lt. (jg) (jg) Frank Johns are in the proc- Adm. Alfred E. :Montgomery'sstaff.
brought to light here this week bv John J. Borbidge regional Vet. Harry L. Brown were ordered to ess of taking physical for promo- .
erans Administration insurance officer. who pointed out the benefits active duty while Lt. (jg) Rob tion to full Lieutenant. Archie Both Commander Fonvielle,
to persons who do not surrender their service insurance. ert F. Chaison moved to Pensa- King, ADE1 is still striking for Flag Secretary and Commander
I Under the new bill. it is explained those who now hold ,NSLIor cola to establish a new business.I chief. Norton assistant Operations officer -
the earlier issues of USGI continue to hold policies. If these '
) may Members of VF-741 attending 5.5 of ComFairJax, are graduates
are term policies the government. will pay the premiums. If you the NARTU Party on March 26 of the same class of the
have converted to the government will VF.7(1velcomed aboard a new
a permanent policy pay enjoyed a delightful evening. We United States Naval
Ordnance Officer at this drill. He Academy.
that nortion of vour insurance called "pure insurance risk"The can only let's do it more of-
new "free" insurance is really not insurance but an added say is Lt. William E. Everitt who I Both reported aboard :1630 ton

Indemnity benefit it is pointed out. It will pay your surviving spouse, ten.Lt.. Frank Johns Is digging potatoes moved to Jacksonville from Phil- destroyers in the Pacific for duty
children parent brother or sister $92.90 per month for ten years. at Hastings now and ev- adelphia in January. Lt. Everittt I prior to the war and served Of'
NSLI on the other hand would pay $96.10 per month for ten years, eryone hopes he will be successful is a former "Weekend Warrior"from I aboard them until the latter partof
or) could be set up to pay any beneficiary in several different plans in marketing his crop. NAS Willow Grove wherehe 1942.
either lump sum, lifetime or any plan: which can be worked out.) Lt. Raymond Peach has attended was a member of VF932. Active In Aviation
Do Not Let Your NSLI Go two conferences recently and DeLacy H. Mull is. AR Thur- When Commander Fonvlelle reported -
However, it Is beine emphasized if you do not now hold any feels his importance. Ask him man D. Martz \EM2. and BillyN. to the staff of ComDes-
cr) the full amount of NSLI you will lose the tremendous advantages about itl! Chapman, AR are also new Pac, Commander Norton went
of NSLI once the President sins! the bill. In other words if r r r additions to our squadron.Congratulations aboard the USS Slgsbee as gun-
you do not hold the full $10.000 of NSLI when the bill is made law, The pilots are hard at work on are in order nery officer.
you have permanently: deprived vourself and your heirs of many instrument time in order to qualify for Lt. (jg) Walter R. Welsch. Within a month of each other .
advantages NSLI insurance is still much better than any that can for an instrument ticket. The who is a proud father for they reported to Dallas and -
fce oMained commercially both in rates and benefits. squadron is holding field carrier the second time. Born 31 March Pensacola for flight training in
There are provisions in the new bill that permit you to take up landings practice this month at 1951, a girl, weighing 7 pounds 1943. When< the instruction was
the insurance you have drooped after you get( out of service. But Cecil Field and NAS Jax. The 10 ounces Ruper D. West terminated they became assistant
en) the whole and excent for very unusual circumstances, it does aim is to have all the pilots qualified moreland AOL'1, is the proud father fighter pilot Instructors at Mel ,I
rot pay to let your NfiLI go. for carrier landings in time of a boy, 8 pounds. bourne, Fla.
Sugar Without the Pill"In
short if you do not have NSLI in the full amount and the For the next two years they
servicemen and veterans who were both active in different
President has not yet signed the bill,
to take the full amount phases of Naval aviation. Commander
have let theirs lanse. should take stem as
quickly as possible. The cost will only be $7 per month (for term Norton became Executive
Insurance). The bill if passed will take over the payment of premiums Officer of VBF-18 then com-
and you will have secured all the advantages of "free" insurance 9s't l; manding officer of VF-18 when it
plus those (and they are many) of NSLI. N nvywswy was aboard the USS Leyte for a
The new law has been called a "bitter pill with sugar coating." shakedown cruise to South America -
Tf you have $10,000 NSLI and keep it, you get the sugar withoutthe cold weather operations off
pill. Argentia and two :Mediterranean

The point is this-Take out a full $10.000 of NSLI if you are e voyages.
not covered before the President signs the bill into law. Do not drop 4 I Served In Washington
': your NSLI to get "free" insurance. You pet all the benefits of the Commander Fonvlelle took over ,
f "free" insurance without dropping your NSLI and stilL retain all as commanding officer of CVEG-
f the benefits. 38 aboard the USS Bairoko CVE--- .1
115) when she went to China.
Two Deadlocked In After his stint aboard the flat- .
; Former Blue Angel Blind Bogey Play top he left' for St. Simons Island,
Ga., for Combat Information Cen-
: (Continued from Page 1) Rear Adm. Alfred E. :Montgomery Y ter training. From CIC school he
K in Korean waters. During that and Ken Sutton deadlocked for Ma a became Air Operations officer on
time he participated in the close first place In the weekly blind i \* Af the USS Midway.
air support given by Navy planesto bogey last week with net tallies of T When the sea duty was termi-
the Marines fighting their war 75. nated they were assigned billets
jn the famed evacuation march Admiral Montgomery shot an 89 in Washington, D. C. Commander ....
[ :from Chongjin near the Manchurian and picked 14 as his handicap. Fonvielle with the Office of
"R border, to Hungnam. Sutton picked a,four handicap on f : ft Naval Research and Commander
Thelon expressed a healthy respect top of a 79. $ L Norton with the Bureau of Ordnance -
;', for the Red jets which, Capt Julius Early and Gene J4Qir .
in his opinion, are equal to Peltier tied for second place with When their respective tours of
r, any jets flown by American pi nets of 79. Captain Early shot a j) P ; duty were ended in the nation's -..
lots. The jets he said had attacked 91 after choosing a handicap of 12, s capitol, they came to NAS Jack-
: UN planes in groups of .while Peltier shot a 86 and selected sonville on assignment to Com
as many as 60 planes but never as his handicap a IT.I Y J mander Fleet Air Jacksonville
,' beyond an area more than 50 I Ted Brandon won closest to the R v ,
/: miles south of the Yala River. pin honors on No. 16 when his
For this reason he said, he tee shot came to rest four feet Navy's Need
..\' doubted the Communists were from the pin. Stu Reed had the
:t. seeking! any all-out air conflict. longest drive of the day on No. (Continued from Page 1)
t. 17 when he slammed his tee' shot -.aa. ,.. .... i tal of 294; NATTC personnel,. 334 ,-
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300 down the middle. John
r' Lake Shore Citizens yards at present, 84 more by August 1,
Adams tapped in a 20-footer on NEW RED CROSS GRAY LADIES-The new class of Red
; Club Is Organized No. 18 to take the honors in the Cross Gray Ladles who will spend many volunteer hours in the total of 418; fleet activities 150
wards rendering to patients at the Naval Hospital now, 100 more by November 1, total -
longest putt department.
following of 250; Cecil Field, 50 at
r' The Lake Shore Area Citizens gather en masse presentation of their certificates from present
Club, comprised chiefly of Navy ment of the general area Insofaras Capt. Dwight J. Wharton, front center, Hospital commanding of 150 more by November 1, total
personnel, has been recently organized roads, sanitary conditions and ficer. Front row, left to right, are Alice Marie Hejrrat; Dorothy of 200. ,
i for the purpose of promoting other such community problemsas DeCamp; Captain Wharton; Ruth Boyd and Vela Falkenhainer. In addition, a need was pointedout
: the Lake Shore area. may arise from time to time. Second row, Mary Jane Howe, Marjorie Moore, Sue Norton, and for housing in the rental rangeof
' This club will be concerned with The next meeting of this club Mildred McCabe. Third row Mrs. Gardner Giles Faunlce Small $75 up, 200 of which are.need
the development of the area Including win be held on Tuesday, May 1. and Emma Boone. Hack row, Kathleen Stewart, Mrs. Casta II. ed to fulfill present requirementswith
6' the sponsoring of Youth All residents of the Lake Shore Heckey, Ruth Jan Dunlap, Nina Uyerlr, Virginia Bedell, loan the ultimate requirement of
I urged to attend Stein and May Barfield. 300 units by November L
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Station NSLI Checks Ready To Roll


\ Dialogue"station 'I For 2nd Payments Says VANew I


York (AFPS-Checks covering the second special dividend

Dialogue" provides an for veterans holding National Service Life Insurance policies areAlthough

opportunity for military and civilian y aPf now K.....eu.,..!,! m ai;led.
personnel of NAS to voice the new dividend
their opinion on-a question put to covers only the three years dcnd payments will execute Department -
them by a Jax Air News reporter since the 1948 anniversary date of Defense Form Number -
461, which Is now available .
of sash policy, the average payment -
to all commands. This form when
Today's question Is: "Are you on a prorated basin should
In favor of permanent peacetime about holder must be submitted to his
Universal Military Training first special dividend.
?" '' Servicemen and women of the immediate Commanding Officerfor
.. i.T'. A' certification of items noted.
} + > Armed Forces entitled to diviAircraft -

Lt. (jg.) Frank A. Dandrea AP That ""Y ment coveri n g the
School, NATTC! Correctly Identify These Aircraft el ht.yer from the start of
"European; --countries And Win A Prize. NSLI in 1940, sent 2.8 billion dollars

have had (Cut top picture along white to nearly 16 million veterans,

permanent military lines). whereas the current dividend involves -
about 685 million dollars
.
training ? eG .a. -
and eight million policy holders.
since the begin-
Most of these policies have beenin
ing of time. Who's Who
America Is a effect throughout the three-

new nation and year period.

it Is my opinion In I DefenseGen. The dividend for the first payment .
that we should -i could be computed in a
adopt permanent formula of $5.50 a month for each

military trainingto Hoyt S. VandenbergChief month the veteran held a $10,000
be ready at of Staff. U. S. Air Force policy. This is not possible with
I Dandrea all times." the new dividend. Payments will
By Armed Forces Press Service vary according to the age of the
Hozlei Succeeded General Carl Spaatzas insured, length of time policy is
ATAN
George r FASron
I Chief of Staff, U. S. Air Force, in force, etc.Amounts.
6: "Yes, I believe April 30, 1948. now forthcoming can
Americashould Born January 24. 1899 in Mil Contest Finally be determined only by referenceto

have waukee. Wis. Was graduated a lengthy dividend schedule
P
permanent military from U. S. Military Academy, All The which has not been released.
Y73 training June 12. 1923.Graduated Stumps ExpertsTwo Veterans should receive their

during peace from Air Service checks about two months after the

time. It is good Flying School, Brooks AFB, Tex., surprise packages are in store for this week's aircraft con anniversary date of their policr.

training for the February 1924. Attended Air testants-one Is the doubled jackpot and the other is the tricky cut Since a 31-day grace period Is allowed -
young men and Service Advanced Flying School for payment of premiums,
we can always Kelly AFB, Tex. Assigned to out puzzler which is an. innovation. that hasn't been used before. dividends can't be computed on a
hare men ready Third Attack Group and commanded Failure of all contestants to given policy until a month after
w..ln cases of emer- 90th Attack Squadron. identify the aircraft pictured last more than one winner. the anniversary date.

Moiler Ecncy or war. Assigned as instructor at Air week resulted in a $6.00 credit I If such is the case then a series Dividends are being tabulated In

Although being in the service Corps Primary Flying School, coupon for the winner of today's of tie-breaker questions, pertaining the regional offices of the Veterans -
v excellent' March AFB Calif. Assumed contest. This Is only the second I to aircraft recognition, Administration but checks
myself and receiving command of Sixth Pursuit Squadron I will be asked to determine the will
of the come from the
time in the history quiz Treasury De-
fellows
I believe all
training,
young Schofleld Barracks Hawaii, winner of the $6.00 credit coupon
should get in some branchof that sharp-eyed experts have partment In Washington. The first
November, 1929. missed garnering the prize with which will be good on any pur- ones are expected to cover anniversary
the armed
services.
chase made in the Mainside
Navy
dead dates in
in a few hours after the January and Feb-
Exchange.Both ruary.

Chief John Hoy, ComFalrJax: line.It was suggested last week by aircraft pictured today The VA said recently that future -

1<< ,,,_ "VT am All have to be fully identified as to dividends will probably be
the
.t various entrants that pictured
o t-- for permanent aircraft had been retouched to type, nationality and designationto paid annually on the anniversary
peacetime to Thisis be correct. date of NSLI policies in force.Ladies' .
k make them harder spot.
J .
military training. .
not the 'case and every photoor
Even a dog will drawing of planes used in the Minneapolis (AFPS)-Attorney AuxiliaryTo <
not survive with contest are authentic to the last Kleve J. Flakne is "tearing his Entertain
out teeth. With detail and nothing has been concealed hair out" with frustration seekingto X

permanent military or deleted to change the force the National BaldheadedClub I National OfficialA

training appearance of the planes. Inc. to admit him to their
America will always Rather than to divulge the group. They say he's not bald special committee of Unit 91,
have a good I Identity of the planes shichstumped enough! Ladies Auxiliary of the Fleet Reserve
reserve in 'case of participants last week, Association met this week

IioyCarolyn emergency." I today's quiz includes one of the with Mrs. Donald Irvin at 1146
Cumberland Road to make
final
I puzzlers in addition to the newly Traffic olans for entertaining National

haHamilton milton, SA, AP devised jigsaw picture.The President, Gladys Butt(rhoft of
_._ the contestare
rules
School, NATTC1: governing ViolationsListed Comoton Calif., May 10.
still the the only differ
"I favor perma same, Mrs. LeVonne Wilson. National
ence in today's contest is that below the traffic vio-
n e n t peacetime are Hospital Chairman, will accompany -
military training.It I Served as Instructor, RandolphAFB personnel Interested in exhibitingtheir lations committed aboard this sta- Mrs. Butterhoff and while
la much betterto 1931-1933 then became skill in aircraft recognitionwill tion for the period April 13 to visiting in Jacksonville thev will
Tex.,
,
have to cut out the one picture
have our and April 19: make an official visit to the Naval
flight commander deputy
young men stage commander. Graduated reassemble the it correctly. and Improper Parking: Sgt. G. W. Hospital a( the Naval Air Sta
then
identify plane.It
trained for anyc from Air Corps Tactical Teufel: C. Liebscher. SA; S/Sgt tion.Unit
Ire u m stances School, Maxwell AFB Ala. 1935. is important that everyone J. J. Mark; R. L. Dewees, SR;'A. President, Mrs. Harvey
enters the contest be briefedIn
than to draft Command and General Staff who T. Lithhouser. AN; F. H. Thomas Miller has called a special meeting -
them when emerminK f Kan. the regulations governing same, AA G. L. Foersch AG2; and to be held in the George
School Fort Leavenworth. ,
,
-- -- particularly In today's quiz when
Washington
After Hotel at 1800. Thurs-
gency arises. D. J. Rinaldo. AOl
1936. Army War College,
have the Increased award and the add dav May 10.
they Washington D. C., 1939. needing: R. C. Stone. AMI; C.
ed will increase
jigsaw puzzle The
participation
combined their and meeting will be followed at
training return Served in Plans Division. Office A. Hartman. ACM; H. L. Davis.
civilian life will considerably. 2000 by a dinner in the Rainbow
to they Chief of Air Corps, Washington, Remember that no answers ADAN; H. A. Nelson AD3; M. B. Room.
have had intense and always
training D. C. .Operations and training Purdy: and C. N. Nupp.
be ready when failed. It Is will be accepted prior to 0900 Mrs. Donald Irvin Is chairmanof
also important for the young men officer Air Staff after Pearl Harbor Friday morning and anyone obviously Multiple Offenses: W. T. Allen. the affair, assisted' bv Mrs. W

too, for they will benefit from It Assisted In plans and organizations attempting to beat the Failed to stop for Stop Sign: I. Dobarzynski Mrs. Leland P.
in the future." of Air Forces in North deadline will be disqualified.Since C. P. Neeld and R. D. Lester AA. Whitmire and Mrs. V. Pratt serving

Africa 1942 Chief of Staff answers will be acceptedon Miscellaneous Offenses: D. G. as greetings committee and

12th Air Force Chief of Staff, either extension 216 or 8184, or Weeks AM3; D. Weiss; A. C. Nor- Mrs. Hush Duncan and Mrs. Gerald .
Mammie Rolle Cook Northwest African Strategic Air in person in the Jax Air News offices man. ADC: A. L. Althouse, AT2; :J Sullivan in chart'e of flowers
-. Exchange Navy .Force 1943.Assigned in the Main Administration W. J. Mavhew, SIISA; C. E. Os- and decoration. Reservations
:
..w.r..__ r.K ... .. Air Force Headquarters Building there is a possibility of bo'-ner. l SN.KERPL.SIIThe may be made with any memberof
-. : au me Deputy Chief of Air Staff; he committees.

American people 1943 Head of Air Missionto It Is expected there will be representatives -
would feel bet Russia, 1944 Deputy Air present from the Or
ter and safer if Commander-ln-Chief, AEF, and lando Miami and Key West Units
we had permanent Commander American Air Component ( who have been invited to at
mil i 1944 Commander of tend the meeting and dinner.
training I thin 9th AF, 1944 Assistant Chiefof : .

most all the par- Air Staff, 1945 Directorof e Tiro-Boll Foursome
ents would be Intelligence, War Department
satisfied too if General Staff. 1946 then Direc- \Vimiersnnonnrr ll
their boys had tor of Central Intelligence.
... KOIIC some training. Deputy Commander and Chiefof Winners have been announce'in

Right now you can't feel safe at Air Staff, 194T. ....Vice ChiefOf b the Officers Wives Golf Grour
all, the way things are going. I Staff, USAF, 1047. .'s $ % ;j monthly two-ball foursome played
think it is better to have our Holds Distinguished Service E last Sunday.
boys trained than to yank them Medal (one cluster), Silver Star. Winners in Class A play were:
into the service when war comes. Legion of Merit, Distinguished w low gross Frank and Alcie
Lusk: low net tie betwen
Charlie
That's opinion.
my Flying Cross Air Medalfour
.... clusters) and Bronze Star 16 and Barbara Weiss and Bill and
Louise McWilliams. Longest drive
Zella SA NATTC: "I foreign decorations.
Haggart, for
men was made by Bill Chase
can't say for sure I believe in Gen. Vandenberg is married and while longest drive ,
for
women was
military training. I haven't made the. father of two children-a made by Martha Rusk. Bill Rusk
up my mind. Of course the United daughter, and a son wh longest
the U. S. Military Academy, putt.
States should always be ready Winners In Class B were: low
with the regular army and navy > t gross, tie between Capt. Lester
but making a law for permanent Same Difference Rice and Betty Koch and Porter

military" training I just can't de Hollywood (AFPS-Let it and Betty Bedell; low net. Yank

cide. < be known here and now that Gage and Hazel Hirst; longest
Hollywood knows about the drive for men Clark Martin;
All Clammed Up new emergency. longest drive for women, EVe
A press release from the fab- Martin; longest putt, Betty Koch.
With U. ST. Marines In Korea, ulous land of orange juice and APP$ A ringer tourney for the group,
(AFl'S) = Frustrated interrogators eternal sunshine announcedthat !which commenced last Tuesday, ta
questioned a Chinese prisonerfor something new has been "Mighty Mo" plows through the waves now underway.
hours-and couldn't get a added to the new Betty Grable en route to the United States. The battleship Missouri has had her > .

word out of him. pin-up for Serviceman. Insteadof presence felt mightily off the shores of Korea, firing more than Delaware, Ohio (AFTS)-Harr>
Then they learned why. a white bathing suit, this 3,000 rounds of 16-inch ammunition and over 8,000 rounds of five- IfcClellan recently pleaded guU>
.... The Chlneseman WM deaf and time Miss Grable will wear a inch ammunition, since she went to the war scene The "l\lIrhtr here for attacking/ his wifi Al-
dumb red one. Mo" comes back as part of the Navy's rotation policy myra, with a rolling pin.

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IApril



Page Four JAX AIR NEWS April 26, 1951 A,



VF-175. VF-41. VF-916, VF-173, Fasion 9, VP-5, VF-742 Report "guile A Thrill"



I Scouting Jacksonville i Area Squadrons Parachuted Says Wave Who );



One of six Waves to Jump after
completing 15 weeks in the
VF175In I ning. Ernest M.. Marshall, RalphR. success of the event. Navy's school for riggers at ..

a move to utilize the Stuts, and Joseph M. Fasang. They hit and fielded and blew Lakehurst, N. J.,* is presently doing
'USAFI Two others, Dennis M. Petree the "Raiders" down to defeat. I\ fl office work in the parachute
system twenty men
and Emerson R. Resh were ad- Until the fifth inning, however, $ loft here
of the squadron have signedup vanced to the rate of seaman. the VFW team had been doing a Qualified parachute rigger Lois

for the aircraft power I good job of bringing up the rear { Ford, AM3, is on temporary dutyat

plants course and three others VF-916 but then the Raiders bobbled too +lF1ca the loft from the Naval Air
many and finished the game with # Technical Training Center where
After the cold North
are taking the second review living in ,
an 11-4 deficit. she is attached to the aircraft
of arithmetic elementary the personnel of V -9Hj are imaint -
maintenance office.
noriaa weather a pleasant The spectacle disheartened
electricity and college t At the time Lois attended the ..-
cu.ui&e. 'me welcome from the many of the onlookers so badly c }
algebra.Lcdr. rairer sex of this area seems to they forgot to yell but the players I 3.t 3. Parachute Riggers School there
I wives proved faithful to the 1 were three Waves in the class,
nave been sufnciently warm too
Harry R. McRae has
of which she the last to
hitch cause and kept up a constant was
and tne only so tar uas
proved to be one of the most ar- make the Three
qualifying jump.
dent backers of the "Skyraiders"softball oeen getting used You-AU and chatter.VP5
; I other Waves had previously completed ,
team which so far has asking tor a milk shake instead
won its first two games.; DavidC. 01 a irappe. Lt. (jg) Cordell Bingham of I Lois' the course.
Frazier, AD2, gined credit for Lt. Gartland, Lt. Godfrey and VP-5 has been notified by the ask k hours of jump was made in after 20
training tumbling,
the first win and Frank B. Stew- Lt. (jg) usner have all reported Chief of Naval Personnel that in with
a "targeJt" composed of a
art, AOl, copped the honors in I that new additions to their lammes July he will be detached from his 4,000 foot jump circle mapped out
present and will report to
duty
the second contest. nave cnecked in and checked below.

Lewis E. Steen. AD:,, has com- out their Barents on the Los Angeles, Calif., for duty with \ It was "quite a thrill," Lois
the Bureau of Aeronautics General
pleted the Familiarization scneme or things to be. ,
Factory said. but she was not at all
Western Dis
Training Course at Wood- Lt. (jg) William Killian is plan Representative, frightened. There wasn't time to

Ridge, New Jersey and John M. ning to uoard the ship of matrimony trict. f .. + be scared, she confided., The big-

Cavanaugh, BMC, has completeda May, 12th with a military VF-742 .. ,.,,,,:, ., gest shock came when she landed,
course in Coast Guard Law En wedding to Margaret Clark of ., lucidly within the target circle. J
"
Mass. After being participant in the
a
foecement. Brookline
"The guy ahead of me floated out (i .
Seven pounds and of Clarence: 1. Uplinger ALC is CAG-8 commissioning ceremonies into the trees she recollected.
one ounce ,
MAKES JUMP-Lois Ford
being transferred to another Unit I fighter squadron 742 is nowa
baby girl named Marvel Maria
on the station and William H. working fleet unit. Most of the AM3 decks herself out in all
Grams is member of Mr.
now a for time in hangar 116 is utilized gear necessary for making a
Gilman, AL1, is leaving duty I spent :
and Mrs. Gilbert G. Grams' home.
in Africa. in rigging office equipment, successful parachute jump. Sheis NAVY WIVES
Happy hours here
are again-es- I getting shop in order, acceptingnew one of six Waves to graduate
pecially the wee hours of the VF-173 aircraft and getting; in some from the Navy's Para- CORNERThe

morn. intensive ground training. chute Riggers School at Lake-
Eight of the men who made
hurst N. J. Now assigned to
Ensign Robert L. Pelton has rates in VF-173 were advanced With seven planes now in com
re- Parachute Loft here, Lois madea formal opening of the Not-
turned to the squadron after attending I to third class and the remainingfive mission the squadron hopes to qualifying jump after com New-Shop was held on April 18,
the Fleet All Weather were promoted to first class. have all its pilots make up their pleting the school.MacArthur attended by Comdr. Porter F. Be-
Flight School. Key West. Florida. I Marion H. Craft, Cannon E. Player flight time for the month. dell, NAS executive officer and

Taking advantage of the great I and William J. Smith, garnered I Proving the old cliche wrong, Chaplain ,(Lt.) John J. Burns, .
job FAETUlant AD1 Howard D. Walls made about the 13th being and Patton
Detachment his ; Friday unlucky with a large crowd turning out to r
doing with their eviction electrical AMI, and Fred A. Caprie advanced 742 took over the Anchorage Air Force SergeantsTokyo look things over and pick up bar
maintenance training course to AO1.Lawrence and had a beer ball for all gains. The store will be every
open
VA-175 is sending men to every D. Yee, Jack Gold hands. The celebration ended (AFPS) Sgt. Douglas Tuesday from 1000 to 1600. ..+
course open. James H. Feederle Raymond E. with a volleyball game betweenthe Calif. and Anyone having used clothes
Ensign Francis M. Cahill has Bonk and Pat K. Cole made AD3; officers and men and to this MacArthur Venice and other items and would like
left the ranks of the haopy bach- while Earl L. Propst advanced to dav the outcome isn't too clear. Sgt. George Patton, Cleveland, to donate them, please contact
elors for the shelter of the happy YN3; Ronald G. Gaskill to PR3, Field carrier landing practice Tenn., are both with the 452nd Mrs. Newell, extensior 8286. All
brownbal{ ers and is now mar- and John L. Durance went to commenced last Monday in preparation Light Bomb Wing. Sgt. MacAr proceeds from the Not-New-Shop
ried to Frances Ann Walters Ca- AT3. for the day when the thur says he is a second cousinof will go to the Navy Wives Nursery
hill. Not far behind Ensign Ca- squadron reports aboard a carrier the General, but Patton is not .

hili in matrimony is Ensign Al- Fasron 9'I qualifying for actual flight related to the late Gen. Patton of I I Last Social meeting was attended

bert H. Giles who exchangedvows The Fasron 9 supply system not I deck takeoffs. W W II fame. I i by more than 40 members
with Patricia Hurley. April the recent adminis- and
only passed guests. Everybody is looking
.!l. trative inspection with a very QUALIFIES: AGAIN AS SWIMMER forward to our May social, which
high mark but the inspectors I I will probably be a dance. Any
I
VF-41 went away with several new AFTER 34 YEARS OF SERVICE one having ideas and wants to

By startine their Softball season ideas that had been originatedand ____. __ __ I I II volunteer her services, please!':
-\th\ a decisive victory over the put into practice there. After spending 34 years in the come to the next business meeting r
Marine Air Detachment, and dis The supply department also Navy, Chief John Cairns of Fas '[ but was perfectly willing to comply on Wednesday, May 2nd, at
playing some good form although reached 90% for over the coun- ron 6 recently completed-not his I o with the regulations in orderto 1930 at the clubhouse in Dewey
with a few rough edges the VF- ter issues which is the highest plans for retiremen* but his insure making this second 30"as Park.

41 sQuad gave manager Lt. Duncan since commissioned in September qualification as a Navy swimmer.The pleasant" and memorable as the The club is enjoying a rapidly
Ragsdale and coach. Clarence 1950. first time the veteran of first 30. growing membership and needs

R. McBee BMC, confidence the A "come as you are" and fare- Naval shipboard and aviation life Beginning his Naval career under the support of all the Navy wiveson
squadron; will have a potent. well party combined was givenat since 1917 took the swimmingtests Admiral Simms, the first CNOin this station. Free nursery care
fighting club for the season. the Cecil Field Chief's Club and passed was "way back history, Chief Cairns was sent is extended to all members and
After replacing the one gold last Friday with the guests all when I first came in" but was told I to and still remembers fondly his guests attending business and social
bar with one of silver. Lt. (jg) of the Fasron 9 chiefs and guests not long ago that he must take first coal burner, the USS Pitts meetings at the Navy Wives .-
Lucien P. Caulkhett, Jr., Richard and the CAG-4 chiefs and their them again, for all Navy person I burgh. After a few months, he Club.
P. Allen, Jack A. Gracey and guests. nel are required to do so every 1 I applied for and received a transfer j Nursery patron are remindedthat

Thomas E. Rand, passed out the The music for the bang-up cel- thirty years. ': to the foundling field of avi chances for the 1951. Chrysler .
cigars and the result was a min ebration was furnished by Russ I ation. I I II to be given away at the NAS
iature smoke screen coming out Allen. Chief Bailey, club manager AC /r watching; him strut his Carnival on May 18, are for sale
of the ready room. was well satisfied with the stuffr the instructor not only I With the powerful planes of I at the desk. Please buy them from
Twenty-three men of VF-41 pa/ed Cairns but labeled him asaB" that day, Chief Cairns was well the desk attendant.
have been found qualified in all Mobile Ala AFPS-A local Swimmer, the second best satisfied but now looking back at Newcomers on the base are invited
respects and advanced to the rate housewife has managed to keep rating given. such 'hot rocks" as the 150 horse- to come and visit the Nur-
of airman. They are: William F. her new maid happy by sitting up Now serving as the ]leading power Hispana-Suiza" or the 200 sery and make use of its facili
Bechtel, Oakley C. Blake. Jr., one night each week with the I chief of Fasron 6, Cairns got a horse power V-2 hydroplane he ties. If you have any suggestionsor
Richard Bosiacki. Robert L. Brou- maid's baby I big chuckle out of the incidents "often wonders how we ever got [ complaints, do not tell your
cek, Charles L. Bundy Jr., Law. them airborne." |(i neighbor, but please come to thesupervisor
rence E. Dacey Robert R. Gar. It was in the early days of"Avi and talk to her
vey, Roy D. I ation that Chief Cairns met and' .
Guite Daniel D.
,, ,. ,.,. _.._
Nachtsheim, LaVerne C. Plass- held an informal talk with >>: ""' --

man Donald K. Raymond, Jack I Charles Lindbergh shortly before !
C. Reasoner, Michael F. Richard" the pilot made his famous flight, < e
Herbert G. Shera, Jr., Delbert B. collected cold weather data for 1/1
Swavely, Wallace Van Horn. Jr., } $" Admiral Byrd's North Pole expeditions
William C. Whiting, John Bona- I. ''set' < e and was part of the crew |

corsi, Fred Brooks, Per H Ron. servicing the NC-4' hydroplane
--- .---- flown by Lcdr. A. C. Reid that I
helped blaze the way for later
IAAs planes to cross the Atlantic.
cp Looking back over the years

I I from the coal burner, to duty on
NOTES the largest and most modern of
the aircraft carriers, and from the
oldest torpedo planes and hydro
The buffet and dance last Saturday planes to the -sleek and ultramodern I I p.

evening was a complete I mob.,', s k .. xar jets, Chief Cairns can remember 7I
success with an estimated 500 .- xrsi < pb'l
many a good sea story,
people attending. The Club I I many a good man, and ships and "
thanks the entertainment committee v planes that he has outlasted, but

which did an excellent to him, "It doesn't seem such a
Job. The affair was well planned. a 1 long time and I would gladly do ..
There will be Bingo Friday at it all over again." ,raIL -
2000. I Since that can't be done, perhaps
There will be a dance Saturday the second "30"! will be as .,
April 28th at 2030. Music will be I eventful and rewarding as the '
by Sy Sirchuk's Quintet. Door o first. I
prizes will be awarded. A tea '
dance will be held Sunday April \ 'g !
Order
29th from 1600 to 2000.A '<.. if. l i' I Speedy Cargo Ship :

Hard Times Party is scheduled : ': r''A .That Can Outrun Subs I
for May 5th, A free buffett ,4 'WIIA IIOPPEN"-"Give me ,
will be served at 2000 followedby I Washington (AFPS)-The U. S. Rice's Laundry" was all the
dancing at 2030. Costume ';'{ 1111 : has awarded contracts for the immediate < man said and this is "wha hop-
rj
prizes will be awarded.The '.'u" "': I( construction of 25: fast I Ij I pen:' Terry Rice ACS of NAT-

next Board of Governors -y 'lIIlIl! j cargo ships, capable of outrunning TO asked for his laundry and

meeting will be held on April 30th .,I<, <,.! ,'rJ submarines. cleaning opened it and lo, and
at 1800. A general assembly meeting ( ti" I I The new :Mariner class vessels behold! it was laundry belonging .

will follow at 2000. All hands .___ T.' __ j ''will, have speeds of more than 20 to Rice-but to another-
are urged to be there. 'knots per hour making them Lester K. Rice commanding
President Howard White wishes THE OLD AND YOUNG NAVY-Trying to entice curvaceous among the fastest cargo ships in officer of NATTC. Temptation
to express his appreciation Betsy Naylor, RMSN, of Operations, Into the cool clear water is the world. They also will be got the best of him and be
'
the chiefs who assisted in remodeling John Cairns!, leading chief: of Fasron Six, who recently qualified equipped with various defense tried It on for size anyway, ...
the club last week. as a class "8" swimmer after spending 34 years in the Navy. features other than speed' before taking it bark.r .






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.. April 26, 1951 JAX AIR NEWS_ Page Five


Sure Shot Marine



V VV Steals Show in -% Mrlf1uit'



Savannah Shoot -By ARTHUR


Sharpshooting Sgt. Robert G. Famous International Teacher of the Dance
Keary of the Marine Barrackshas
really "come home with the
bacon." SLOWLY CROSS RIGHT TOOT
IN FRONT OF urn
Bob trekked over Savannah _._.....
----------
way about a week or so ago, en- l\\<- t,2c
tered the Spring Rifle Cham- Ri G-'Gt' 1 _

pionships at Savannah, Ga, and fOOT UPTO LEFT SLOW STEP Q ,

all he did was take first prize in d QUICKLY TO LEfT tike
nine of eleven events. -
---------------- 4------ -
The sharpshooting Marine :
captured one gold, six silver and !/ onveisafionj/eo re.sd di;;;a
two bron., medals for his ef- 111 jr"ox7rot (TO LEFT) from f'IMfo'elf:)
forts. The lady makes sIde steps withrig..t

"Sure Shot" Keary, as he is foot

.. now known by his buddies, ,com- The Man's Part
SSIIARPSHOOTIN' peted against riflemen from

Florida I Georgia, Kentucky,
North and South Carolina and 3 f it a e ,
Tennessee. The matches were j jJTE

sanctioned by the National Rifle .
MARINE-Sgt. Robert Keary' of the Ma- Association and sponsored by / \
rine Barracks, right, bedecked with medals won at the Spring the Savannah Rifle Club. z
Championship Rifle Matches at Savannah recently, is congratulated CROSS S 'EP \
I by Lt. Col. Harvey II. Atkins, commanding officer of the Ma- Cash awards are given for RIGHT TO I Re RIGHT
rine Barracks. Keary won nine out of eleven possible firsts, capturing adopted ideas. Can you afford not RIGNTS/OF/ FOOT AGAIN
practically all the honors against sharpshooters from Flor- to collect your share of these RIG T RIGHT
ida, Georgia, Kentucky, North and South Carolina and Tennessee. awards. Turn your ideas in today! \ SIDf,
THEN

r REGULAR-RESERVE ARGUMENT \ POSIT't.i\\ BRING FEET I



I !rWhat siTBib's WEARING TIIINT NATTC The Girl's Part TOGETHER.


Proof that the nine year reg- LESSON 4-The Conversation Step.
is an augmentingunit ular-reserve argument is crum- mendous talk of making the The 'Conversation Step" Is another variation of the Magic Rhy
? This question was asked pling was manifested last Mon- barracks liveable for the per- thm Step and is danced to Fox Trot music.In .
sonnel "turned to" with will
at NATTC. a
last week day the "Conversation" position illustrated in the drawings
quite' frequently in
Bill Williams, BMC CMAA January ofthis, year. above the man may drop his left hand and the girl: her right,
when a number of men were and Malcolm A. McDougal, According to Chief Williams, and_ both dance forward. side by side, talking the while.It .
.. transferred to one. AEC, leading chief o:' the First the job was just leveled off to Is a pleasant dance step. Jt

r The answer they received' was: Lieutenant's Department, de- a point where all hinds can allows partners to talk and dance right. As the man starts with
Each Fasron is to serve as the I clared that the reserves in the take their first breather. easily, his left foot, the girl naturallymust
coordinatnig agent in the logistic i X Division were doing an excellent Results of their effort-clean The man's part in this dance Is start with her right. If

support of fleet aircraft units and' ob. The complimentfrom buildings, clean quarters, and as follows: girls will learn the man's part to
Chiefs Williams morale of the personnel first, will find
and Mc- high they it
will have a basic nucleus of per- 1. Slowly step sidewise to the very easy
meet work Dougal came as a result of the can be seen everywhere at to follow and enjoy this dance
sonnel. To changing left. 2. Slowly cross right foot
work the in NATTC.
loads the Fasron may be aug- outstanding men I in front of the left. 3. Quick step.Now
the X Division have done the .
mented by the attachment of ad- in chasse to the left 4. Bring right you have learned to go
reactivation of NATTC.
ditional personnel, foot up to the left. forward and sideward with the
This commendation was BREEZESOld Magic Step and the Conversation
Each basic Fasron is designedto + + You will notice that the first
support one fleet air tactical heartily endorsed by Lt. Paul two( steps are taken slowly, and Step You are ready for Fox Trot
Bedwell First Lieutenant and Turns.
,
unit of the fleet aircraft operat-
Salt: "Why 1 remember the last two quickly.
ing pool and for each additional Lt. William, Gibbs Security But we cannot stress too much
oncet uncle wrecked
officer. my was on a The girl's part in the "Conversation -
unit or equivalent operating pool desert island with twentyfivegirls is follows the importance of practicepractice -
The X Division, both regularand Step" as :
beyond the normal, an augmenting It will help you enjoy danc-
and when they found him he
unit will be attached to the reserve, faced with the tre- was nearly dead." 1. Slowly step sidewise to the ing more and you'll have a lot of
right 2. Cross left foot In front
Fasron. fun. All set!
supporting
vy in August, 1950, but raised 20 SA "From ?"
: exposure of right. 3. Quick chasse to the
head of hogs and :5 head of cattle (NEXT MEEK Fox Trot
) Ullli three of life OS: "Naw, from pulling down right.4.. Quickly draw left foot
years Navy on his own and sold them priorto Turns, plus more dan hints
behind him and with his enlist- enlisting. the distress signals the girls put up to the right, heels together.The and easy-to-read Illustration)

ment up, Bradley Kidd, AN, decided Fleming, who is following, in the up." girl's part is just the op- and charts.)
to stay in for a career and footsteps of two older brothers posite of the man's. All of her I

shipped over for six. who were in the Navy as first and Husband: "Don't make" any steps are taken sideward to the
Led by James R. Few, ATC, the second class petty officers, hopesto more of these biscuits, dear. I ,hTmrlurray' Says:
Fasron 6 Electronics Shop is car- become as successful during Better Halt: "Why?"
extensive Jack of All Trades 1. Here are a few Don'ts for
rying on an training his cruise as they were. Husband: "You're too light for
program for the enlisted men of After graduating from "boot"In such heavy work." beginners. Don't think the
the fleet squadrons stationed here. whole world is watching YOU.
November, 1950: Stuart reported died As MATT
With an average of ten ambitious immediately to Fasron 6 for I Customer: How much is this when you step out on a dance
men per month chosen from the I duty, found Navy life gave him hat floor. Realize people are fair-
.. various units and thirty hours given minded and are too
having
more leisure than farming and
Clerk: Fifteen dollars. Instructor Week
per week to each man, the ,has started model airplane building I of f good a time themselves to pay
,, shop has been buzzing with activity Customer: But where ate the much attention to what you do.
I With his serious attitude and holes? Jack of all trades and masterof 2. {}oo't be the first coupleon

After receiving instruction on a quiet, good nature and by taking I Clerk What holes' one is Robert F. Stuart, ATC, the floor-unless you are
particular piece of equipment, advantage of Fasron's fine edu- Customer: The holes for the of NATTC ANP( ). School. very sure of your dancing.
j each man takes over that bench cational system, Fleming shouldgo ears of the jackass who would pay Since 1927 Stuart has been a Walt until the floor Is com-
and begins operation although un I far in his Naval career. $15 for this hat. truck driver, hotel manager, con- fortably filled.S. .

der supervision. ... 'struction superintendent, O&R Don't be afraid\ to hold
-- '--" --------- --- foreman and Aviation Radioman
A rotating program has been jour partner firmly SheOI1't
set up in order that each squadron aboard a submarine, and now instructor bite you nut don't crush her
may train each man going of airman apprentice. with the grip of a boa con-
into the field of electronics. Alsoa Chief Stuart, an instructor in strictor, either.
tour of the shop was made available the Physics Phase of the airman 4. Don't he worried about
for a NATTC class recently (Class "P") school, began his I how you get In step with the
going through on a brief field trip [eV Navy career in 1927 at Seattle, music in order to start (lall -
'" and a check-out on AFS-4 equip Wash. After Boot Camp and Radioman I. ing. When the orchestra starts
ment. ; S School in San Diego, he you will capture the "feel" of
John 'J. McManus, ATI, and was sent to Cavite, Philippine Islands .1 the music\ .
Maynard N.. Asmus, AT2, have for duty with Submarine 5. Don't forget that when a
again proved the. worth of the division '16. I man takes a girl to a dance, he
training, program by constructingtwo It was aboard the salvage ship ALWAYS has the first dance
new pieces of equipment from Pigeon on a Yangtze River Patrol with her and It U customary,
spare parts. One is a reactivat- that Stuart had the experience 8'i well, to dance the last dance
ing machine for Silica Gel crystals of seeing another radioman of the evening together,
used in electronic, and killed bv a shot from a bandit
gear ashore, The bullet through,
passed T
the other Is a pre-ager for electronic
tubes a radio( receiver and killed the
man instantl", Still Rates At 58
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Comdr. E, M. Morgan, skipper tx lie returned to the states in Bremerton, Avanh., ((4FFS _
of Fasron 6 has for
departed a
> 1931. He rejoined the Navy in Don W. Graham is a 53-year-old
'I well earned vacation to his homein
Carbondale, Illinois. 1942 as RT/c, and after electronics gunner's mate first class in the
training at Oklahoma. Navy When recalled to active
Issuance of the new type Armed A&Mi
he was sent to Corpus duty, Graham
was the cause of
Forces
ID. cards has been
-, finally then later he was sent to Pearl raised
.. many eyebrows. He was in
completed, thanks to the several
Harbor where 'he taught submarine perfect
physical condition.
Donald Gibeaut PNSN and
days ,
radar maintenance for 10
Hal Chereskin, AD3, spent recently months.. "They told me that when I en-
in the Training Office turning Stuart was reassigned to sub listed at 49 in World War II."

them out. 9! duty in May of 1944, and made six was Graham's unconcerned reply.
Bill Mottle, SN, a newcomer to combat patrols with Submarine
the outfit has temporarly been assigned Squadron 4 before the end of the sub, and Stuart and four other
to the personnel office, war men were trapped in the conning
'r pending further assignment. tower They were saved by
On one of the patrols: Stuart prompt action of the Devilfish *

. Stuart Fleming, AA, of Main- was hit by a Jap machine gun executive officer, who resurfaced -
tenance wins the title of "White slug. He could receive no hospi- the craft and personally rescued -
Hat of The Week". Born and talization for his wound, becausethe the men..

raized in Montezuma, Iowa, Stu- submarine was on station 11 After the war Stuart did duty l )
art was a graduate of high schoolat \ ; a miles off Nagasaki, and had 55 with Admiral Bland/a Staff in
16 and after graduation took more days of war patrol to do Operation Cross Roads, and also':
over the management of hill tathI ---- at the time of the action. with VR2. and VR5. He is look-
I er's ninety-acre grain and livestock On another occasion Stuart had ing forward to the completion of 11
farm. GIVE US A RING, GAL-Lusclous! Laurette Lucz, whose 1- narrow escape aboard the USS his present tour of duty and a
Stuart not only managed it pretty face has recently I I '"" profitably until he joined the Nay too busy on the phone to post for her many fans. head on into the crash-diving the submarines. j
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Volleyball Team



Plays Fla. State .,

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Here Saturday


What could develop into ,.4 "

one of the top sporting events .

of the year at NAS Jax i is -..'

the coming volleyball match

Saturday between the sta

Gerry Ilynes tion's varsity squad and the

Florida State AAU champion
Despite the numerous sporting facilities so liberally dis-
Florida
ship aggregation from
persed on the Naval Air Station, one of the favorite spofs of State University. ,....

every childhood memory is missing-the old swimming hole. ,
k'a f The scrap, which is scheduledfor
The station does house' substitute that feel is almost Mainside will
a we .__ _____________ __m___ 1400 In the ,Gym
as good, despite the fact that the atmosphere can never pit two of the bitterest volleyball ..
be supplanted. The concrete pool deck can never take the NATTC LOOP ACTION-Jack-Wilson, of Personnel bare feet rivals in the state. Fo'r the post e," .
and all, is tagged at the plate as he slides into the waiting gloveof two years the Navy team has ad-
place of the grassy bank, nor will the hard solid bottom Quinton McElyea of Material-Supply in action in the NATTC vanced to the finals pf the annual
replace the soft muddy swimming: hole bed that we all re- Intra-Mural Softball league. Umpire is Charles Dineen. Personnel Florida State AAU Tournamentat
member so well. dumped Material-Supply, 11-4. Tampa only to be relegated to
second the FSU Semin-
But whether the pool is a modern one, or the always oles after place hotly by contested matches.

heavily populated local home of the turtles, frogs and fish, JRX nil? nEWS Saturday's tilt between the tal-
the coming of spring always goes hand in hand with the ent loaded Seminoles and Jax

urge to take the ever refreshing dip. The beautiful pools on Navy volleyballers marks the first

the station, now going on at full time operations, can never time: in station sports history that I
Y the local team has engaged a major i
be ignored by the splashing occupants so conscientiously en- college crew on the station

joying the provisions. court. .-

Immediately surrounding the pools, dozens of aspirantscan After gaining the number one '

quickly be seen navigating to or from the cooling liquid. spot In the State AAU Tournament -
invadedMemphis
Naturally the warm sun feels good on a soaked hide, but it the, Tennessee Seminoles where they _

doesn't take long to acquire the ever accompanying "tomatotan. captured the Mid-South volleyball << .
." So, beware of that comforting feeling under the wel- championship and also were

come rays, as the highly uncomfortable itching doesn't steal Action Waxes Hot As NATTCenter crowned' collegiate' champions of
the! Dixie Conference this year.
up on you until the damage is done. So take it easy on your
first few outings arid bronze tan will come quicker and The stellar play of the Univer-
,
your
sity squad which has been highlighted -
much more pleasantly. Softball Loop Picks Up SteamNATTCenter's by the performance of .

Danny Hobbs, Emerson Kramer,
18-team intra-mural Softball league Rot off to a
Not all surprises are good ones, nor are all good things flying start last Monday as four games were played in the National and Charlie All Floyd. Mid. all of berths whom 'J

surprises but it was heartening to note the surprisingly large League with AE Shins Company, Marine Air Detachment Students, garnered has insured the Seminoles South a bid .
turnout for the Fliers' 1951 home debut last week against AE School. and ANP) School students emerging victorious over '
for the National AAU Tourney .'
Dispensary Medics, Training Facilities AK "A" School and AO
Florida Southern College. The bleachers, stands, and, even a School.In to be held in Springfield, Missouri ..'
few barracks were occupied by a goodly' number of fans try- : the opening game of the day in early May.
AE with Cornetton 5 hit ball to defeat AE Ships Co., Ike Finnell, Jim Nunn Ralph
ing their best to attain a suitable vantage point, so as to Ships Company
6-4. Hackett toiled for the losers
the hill defeated Dispensary Callahan, John Cram and Tom Ab-
get a good view of the game as it progressed. I Medical with a late seventh inning with Lubinski doing the back- bott bulwark the strong NAS

The Fliers promise to field the strongest team in recent I rally, 6-5. Boyle led the at- stopping. squad that has been holding daily

years, this season, and the support rendered will surely play I tack at the ''plate with two hits Marine Win Two practice sessions! in anticipation of
for' the winners Cornett allowed Marine Students notched their the bout. Both Callahan and
an important role in the Fliers' forthcoming
games. 7 hits, while Guziak hurled for second straight win as ''Gauther Nunn were selected for the All-
Naturally, everyone likes a winning team, but in any the losers also allowing 7 hits. fired 4 hit ball at AO Studentsto Star team in the State AAU
sport someone has to be second best. A lot depends on the Showing sound fielding along post a 12-7 win. Perez and Tourney .
moral support given by the fans who follow their team with fine pitching Marine Air Detachment Spinks led the attack at the plate The Seminoles will arrive here
Students beat TrainIng with two hits apiece for the win tomorrow and will play exhibition
throughout the season. This support has been lacking on the
Facilities 71 Gauther of ners. Swanson and Schexnayer
,
as games at various Jacksonville high
part of the majority of station personnel, and as so often is the Marines tossed a one-hitter. worked for AO with Nickell and schools during the afternoon to or

the case, there is no need for it. The lone hit was a stretch singleby Nathan sharing the catching.A stimulate ocal interest volley- 'r
Hartman. Gauther's battery late rally by A. E. School ball. Their stay at the station
mate in the contest was Perez. Students gave them a 9-5' win over will be climaxed by the match
The Fliers need don't let
shipmates
our support so
your led the assault for the
Spinks the 1st Lts. Magril and :Mahoney with NAS Saturday afternoon.
down-after all, their victories are credited to each and ev- corps with 2 singles MacDonaldwas toiled for the winners with the lat- .
ery member quartered on the Naval Air Station. So, lend a the losing hurler for Facilities ter receiving credit for the victoryas
hand and help the Fliers along on a successful season. Wegs hurled for the losers with straight win as Feigel and
hard Tilts Schwartz along with McCaffrey,
Fought Back and Putch doubling up be- I
AE Schol slipped by AK "A" hind the plate. i limiting Dispensary Dental Department -,...
Your Time Outer is in a gay: mood this week as he spent school in a tight fray 11-8. Majdrl Last Friday's play in the Amer- to 11 hits. Feigel re- l
the week-end in the land of the "Yankees." The trip was hurled the victorv with six-hit ican League found Athletic and reived credit for the win as Hill. r
ball. Blessing led the attack Empric and Feigel each collected
made without but few minor details threatenedthe Recreation. Air Craft Maintenance -
mishap, a
along with Fisher for AE with 3 hits for Personnel. Doc King
AN (P) Ships Co., and
voyage home, mainly a bus strike and cold, snappy two hits apiece. Yarbroush AK Personnel posting victories. led his team at bat with 3 hits .
weather. A" also rapped out two blngles. in four times at bat, Johnson was 1

Many of us are in quest of a cool, restful spot on the The final game saw AN (P) With Don Funk Funk Win hurling Two his second the losing pitcher. '\

,, base, now that hot weather is about to set in. and yours truly School blast AO School 16-4. win within a week, Athleticand League standings up thru April a
Oth. ,
is Florida.in of that Last Tuesday evening the AmerIcan Recreation slipped past AO
no exception. Leaving hopes finding spot, League got Into action with AMERICAN LEAGUE '
Ships Co., 13-9 as Bob Reinhardtled
turned out to be quite a shock. four tilts going Into the record the attack at the plate with Wins LIMA

': The biggest problem up North right now is trying to book. Personnel, Athletic and 3 for 4. Tocco's four hits in four ANP( ) Ships Co. ...-._...2 0
W around the time Old Sol makes his dai- Recreation AN (P) Ships Company times at bat led the assault for Athletic and Rec. __....2 0 r
stay warm, especially and the Marine Air Detach- the losers as Lambtook the loss Personnel .........................2 0
ly appearance. After a chilly week-end, it was a welcome ment Permanent Party posted on the hill. Air-Craft Mainte- Marine (PP) _..........._._..1 1 ,'
'" sight to twelve shivering sailors landing once more at the victories in their first outings. nance lashed out a 14 hit attackon Air Craft Maint. _.._......1 1 "
I; Naval Air Station. Personnel tripped Material and two Marine pitchers to garnisha A. O. Ships Co. -..._....._..0 2upplyMatcrial .
.
Supply 11-4 as Erickson pitchedsix 14-10 victory. J. P. Sullivanled .._..-..._.0 2 r \ .
hit ball.Athletic the attack at the plate for Dispensary Dental ..........0 2 J
f The intra-mural Softball picture is turning out just the and
Recreation pounded the winners with 4 for 5. Ilegges NATIONAL LEAGUE I
t. way it was expected to. With 26 teams divided into two two Dental pitchers for '16 was the winning pitcher with AN (P) Students ...._....2 0 ,,:, "
r leagues, the largest number of entries in any season the ac- hits and 17 runs to post 17-9 Griner the loser for the Marines. A., E. School _.....-......._..2 0 ":. .f' ,.
tions the various diamonds is growing as the season victory nver the teeth pullers. Mc- AN (P) Ships Co. posted the first MAD Students ....._.._._.1 0 =
on pro- Coy led the aau! *ult for the win-
shutout of the young season as Dispensary Medics _-...._.l 1'q.;=
\: gresses. Naturally everyone is interested in their favorite ners with three hits Cutcher and they downed Material-Supply 10- A. K. "A'? School ..._..__.1 1 '
club, but it is impossible to publish up to date results on many lolton each had two hits for the 0 as West threw a 7 hitter for the A. E. Ships Co. ..-_.1 1 .,,, '

games played without cooperation.We losers. winners. Fontz led the hitting First Lieut. ...._...._-,..__.0 1 ', a
Two Loop! In Action for the winners with 2 hits. Fisher Athletic and Rec. ___.0 1 .: .. (
need help in making this possible. It is requested ANP) rallied in the late innings '
your I was charged with the loss for Training Facilities _...0,2 ,:
l that all hands connected with teams turn in the vital statistics to take a thriller from Air Material and Supply. A. O. School -._..._.-.._.....0 2 :" \-..
,t. immediately following the games so a complete, accurate Craft Maintenance 19-15 as Bu- I Personnel notched their second ,
shell of AN (P) Ships Co. had a
record can be imparted to all personnel. This can be perfect day at the plate with four '

f made possible only by the cooperation of all hands. for four. Ifegges twirled for Air '
* Craft. Maintenance with Wallace r
I
:: behind the and Olm-
plate. Perry
:\ In case you haven't noticed, the familiar Ed Nellist ap- stead hurled for the winners with '
pearing at the head of this column for so long reads differently Qest behind the plate. _

now. We regretfully wish to announce that Ed is no Timely hitting and fine pitchIng __ 1,1

longer with us.His was a familiar face on the ball diamond, I by Grinder of the Marines
I basketball court and the muscle factory at the mainside gave; them a 9-4 victory over AO
Co. Smith's two for
i. hated to him leave and his loss has hurt Ships bingles
gymnasium. We see the winners were the major factor -tit -
:' us, but we are looking forward to his return in the near in victory. Norman and Tocco Yf.
were the battery for the losers. <:
' The second round of play In the "
future.SKEET National League found the Medics,
= : TEAM ENTERS MEET AK "A" School, Marine Students,
A. E. School and AN (P) Stu-

' : Jax Navy's reorganized skeet five-man team title; Service five- dents in the winners circle. -,1
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team engages In its first competition man team championship; Florida The Medics edged Training Fa-
" in the Florida State Skeet state two-man team and Florida cilities In a fast moving (encounter
Championships Sunday at- theE state individual crown. 6-5.. Pounding two Athletic and
Jacksonville Gun Club. Any personnel who desire to Recreation pitchers for 17 hits
E The two local five-man teams participate as a team member for and 17 runs ANP( ) Students "HE'S SAFE!"-NARTU's hurler Ernest Williams hits the dirtas I
,I will be Tying for four champion Jar Navy at Sunday's meet can topped the Athletic and Recreation I Photo Lab's third sacker Chuck Cadwell tries In vain to tag
! ships that will be at stake at Sunday contact Capt. Thomas Burnam, 17-8. AK "A" School hit the him out during an NAS Intra-Mural National fracas. NARTU
s meet: the Florida tate extension 8320. winning trail as Barksdale hurled won this one by the handy count of 201.rr .
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1" Netmen Cop II Where is Site of '52 Olympics. ? I Fliers Are Even j jIn


Two FromCollegians Honors go to LeRoy McDan- week as we probe, deep into
fel, TN, of Cecil Field for the the sports bag of puzzlers and
correct answer to last week's come up with this wit sharpener Six Contests'Jax
sports quiz question: "What Pirate : "Where will the .%
player hit a home run last Olympics, be held?"

With decisive wins over Florida season that broke pitcher Sal Callers-inners with the answer Navy's Fliers slipped down to the .500 mark for ti.
Maglie's shutout streak at for to last week's quizzer
State University and Florida
season, dropping a 13-6 decision to Florida Freshmen in 1
Southern College last week, NAS ty-five Innings? were both plentiful. and persistent -
varsity netmen near the end of Dubbed by the Air News Also providing! the their last time out Tuesday The Fliers' record stands at ,

cne of their most successful ten- some time ago as the "Dean otSports' correct answer were Lt. Gregg three victories and as many losses."f..
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for consistently an. Fortune last week's winner of
nis seasons In years. The Fliers are at home thIs b'rI-
Ending: their regularly scheduled swering the Sports Quiz, Me- VF-916; Jack Piva, ADI of day and Saturday playing host The Fliers added two more runs
season by shellacking Florida Daniel came through again: NARTU; Joe Sebia, AD3. of to the Georgia State Teachers. in the 6th frame. Manning opened
Southern College to the tune of Outfielder Gus Bell was the VF-916; Joe Gale, AA, of Per- Friday's game gets underway at the inning with a base on balls,
9-0 the Navy squad racked up a correct answer. sonnel division at NAS; Swede 1600, while Saturday's tilt startsat Wolz hit a liner to left and Manning
season's total of 7 wins and 6 Bell was the Pirate rookie Nelson, SN, of NAAS Cecil 1430. The locals play a returngo came home when the Hat
losses against some of the finest who had a rough time connect Field, and Richard Brunts, with the Teachers on the lat- ters left fielder made a bad throwto
net talent in the South. ing for hits,. until the latter AA of NATTC. ter's diamond Monday. the infield, Neely brought Wolz
t Friday's contest with the Florida part of the season when he First correct answer to the Defense lapses, in which the across the plate with a sizzling
State University Seminoles started to touch the pitchersor sports quiz question receives a Fliers were guilty of nine big er- liner to left center. This con
.. .... distance. full course meal at the civilian rors, proved to. be the differencein cluded the scoring in the game.
... was highlighted by one of the
longest singles matches on rec- This one belt prevented Ma- cafeteria good any day of the the fray with the Florida The Fliers collected seven hits,
ord In this area when the Unl"ersity's glie: from setting a new record week. Frosh. Most of the miscues came while Joe Gushanas was effectivein
for scoreless innings. He tookit To insure an even distribu- with men on base. his masterful mound duties allowing
Larry Dickson andNavy's in stride, however, as he tion of the Jax Air News no In he: first four and one-half but three scratch singles.He .
Leslie Smith battled for
struck out the next two batterson answers will be accepted priorto innings, it was a tight 3-3 fray struck out ten men and walked
three and one half hours in their
encounter. six pitches.We're 0900 Friday, the day after until the Frosh broke loose with but two. Dick Donnelly was on
Smith emerged victor in the off on a tangent this publication. seven runs and followed' with the mound for Stetson.

gruelling marathon match after three more in the sixth to ice the Lose To LeJeune
r cropping the urn set _-_, winning fray. In the big sixth the Frosh Last Thursday, the Fliers lost
' the second set by the reverse Softballers Down combined five hits, three walks the first of two scheduled games
, score of 6-3 and taking a thrilling Varsity four Fliers 'errors and a hit bats- 7-3, but almost pulled this one
I -match ( man for their seven tallies. out of the fire in the final frame.
, deciding-third set
ti I went to a '12-10 tally. that Fasron in City: Loop Tiltframes. Damn hurled the win for the Becker, on the mound for the
' 9 Baby Gators allowing eight hits Fliers, allowed but four hits, but
I while Duval, Martinyck and Righter ran Into trouble trying to find the
Leon Wilson, Len Curtis, Herb A last homer by
inning gave up thirteen bingles be- strike zone. He walked five and
Ellis, and Owen Williams annexed Pitcher Al Gonyea gave Jax tween them. Bloodworth with struck out five, but bases on balls
singles wins for the Navy squadto Navy's varsity softball teama The alert .base running, hittingand three hits led the Frosh attack showed telling effects.Golfers .
give the locals a 5-1 advantage fielding along with the acquisition while Coughlin rapped out two .
going into the doubles competition 12-11 victory over Fasron of Backstop Guy Gifford hits, the only Flier to get more
of the- match with Jhe Sem- 9 in a nip and tuck City and Shortstop Mac McCaffery, than one bingle.
inoles. League fray Monday at Lack- seems to indicate the team has Bounce Stetson Drop
A scheduled doubles event, In improved since their first two
awanna. The victory was the Bouncing back from two recent
which both Smith and Dickson outings this season. set backs the Fliers back First After
got on
were to have locals first in loop action aft \
appeared, was can- Lose to VFWIn the winning road by blanking the
.. celled by mutual consent and the er two straight losses. I I
Stetson Hatters Mon-
another last University
Navy team of George Chalmersand Getting off to a fast start, the game early 9 I
'J week, the varsity softballers day 5-0, on the local diamond. Straight
Owen Williams picked up a Fasron lads scored 'nine big runs
again came from behind only to The Fliers got off to an early
6-3, 6-2, win while the Seminole in the third inning, and it looked lose start against the Hatters in the
contested to
a bitterly
Jax
netmen game Navy's linksters suffered
their
gained second victory
like Fasron all the
way. the VFW Gator Post, 10-9. The fourth inning, scoring three runs
"ti their first setback of the
of season
the afternoon with an extended The NAS lads not to be out ,
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Gators Jumped to a five-run leadin ,on three hits and a pair of walks.
dropping a close 9Jto 8H match
win. in
which Navy'sGraham done however back
came strongto #
Saunders led and
the off with a single
first three frames, but the : to
Rollins College last Wednes-
and Ellis
dropped a 4-6, score ten runs in the next two i stole second base. Manning
Jax lads 'back
came to score four
6-0 and a 7-5 decision. day, after chalking up nine
runs in the fourth, and an inside walked, Wolz singled Saunders straight victories.
While last week's play ended I the park home run with the bags home, Gushanas also drew a base Playing for the first time in Its
The local squad experiencedlittle the regularly scheduled season Jammed in the fifth gave them an on balls, and Tom Neely singled history with a girl on its team
trouble with Florida South- for the NAS varsity they still 8-6 lead. driving in Manning and Wolz. Betty Rowland ,
ern College and it was Navy all have on tap two return matches nationally prom-
The NAS squad did to inent women's amateur link star
,
the manage
the
racket
way as wielders which were postponed earlier In
from NAS swept every match to the season with Florida State and pick up another tally in the sixth, Adm.ComNab6COpS Rollins was hard to beat on' its
whitewash but failed to pull it out of the fire. home course.
: the college crew. Florida Southern and a possible
None of the matches went third match with the powerful R. II. E. Bill Foulk and Wright North of
more than two sets and in 8 of Pensacola squad whose recent Fasron 9._.....009 020-11 10 3 lLinks Navy teamed to defeat Bill Key
the 18 sets played the locals loss to Jax Navy was only their Jax Navy ........003 711-12 10 6 and Larry Bentley, 5 to 4. Key
_ scored love victories. third defeat in two years of play. defeated downed Foulk'21f.l-1h while North
Championship Bentley 2-%.

VP-5. VA-17S LEADING PACK Spring Cup Play Administration Communications Sutton Carl Nesler of Jax of Navy Rollins divided and Ken%'

to %. Betty Rowland of Rollins
IN NAS IM CIRCUIT CHASE Now UnderwayThe gation- ComNab put on the- Six's pressure Rolf aggre-in the and Leo Marchel of Navy split
their
; match l i-1%. Rowland
Intramural softball rolls on Into the third week of play with annual Spring Cup golf late stages to down NARTU, 32- I and Nesler downed Marchel and
VP-5 and VF-41 on top in the American League and VA-15 andO tournaments, one for men and the 13, to annex the station intra Sutton, 5% to 3%.
& the.league .leaders in the_ National as of Tuesday. other for women, got underway at mural golf championship in a North was low man for the locals -
other top contenders are v-- the local with playoff last Tuesday with 72
course Monday a followed by Foulk
.* 861 Fasron 6, VP-10 and Faettu was the winning tosser. The Adm-Comm-ComNab-Six
some 55 men and 20 with a 73 Marchel
women 77
entered and Sutton

I VA-175 upset NARTU 10-1 giving combination will shoot for higher ;
(Lant) in the American Leagueand in the competition. 81.The .
... VF-173, OperationsFlightDivision pitcher "Gonzy" Gonzales his honors when they tangle with in-
and NARTU in the Na first loss of the year. Base knocks Tournament play will be* match tra-mural winners at Cecil Field local: linksmen travel toGainesville
tional. were collected by Gene Mackenzie play, with participants placed in and Green Cove Springs for the next Thursday, April
'- With one day of play being. and Gene Horton of the War flights of sixteen, with, % handi- district intra-moral crown. 26 to play a return engagementwith
"rained out and failure of some I riors. The winners' hitting was caps used. The spring cup tour- / Hot Matches Florida University, in an
of the teams to turn in their';, splashed all over the box scoreas neys will be in progress for five Bob Thiel and Steve Corneliussen eight-man team match. The locals
score sheets, this week's loop re- every man on the team hit weeks. teamed to defeat Jerry Mor- defeated the Gators earlier
port is shy of a few game_re- safely at least once. VP-175 Hurler : rison and Jack Piva, 5-3; Joe this year, 17-15, for the Gators'
turns. Frank Stewart clouted for the Williams paired with Bill Brock- only setback of the campaign.
\S..." Play in the American league circuit and Ed Pannasch followed Call Out For Boxing haus to down Jack Fulton and 4 .
r--' this week was halted a bit but suit with a three-bagger to gar Bob Hamilton, 6-5; A. K. Robinson
, it didn't slow down VP-5 which ner hitting honors. Team MembersAll teamed with Capt. Charles Jax Tars at Home
' whitewashed a good VP-10 team VF-173 Wins, 14-10 Dittmar to take the measure of
18-4. Combined pitching of Russ VF-173 rocked Photo Lab, 14-10 men interested in box- Rovce Timmons and Byron Brad- Through Sunday
Lantz and Willy Alexander held in a hitting spree. Hits were distributed ing, in all weight divisions withor shaw, 10-2; while Yank Gage and
the patrolers to two hits. Balls among 173's lineup freely without past experience, are John Burns pooled their effortsto Jacksonville's much improved
that seemed to break through the as every man emerged with a requested to contact Chief subdue Llovd Barnard and Tars are at home for the next
ti ./ infield were beautifully scoopedup single safety. It was Johnny John Colson, at the NATTC Sam Bledsoe, 11-3. four days, entertaining Charleston -
by the agile VF-5 diamon- Townsend all the way on the hill Physical Training and Recrea- The Williams-Brockhaus and tonight and opening a series
deers. to post the win while Mart Gra- tion Department, building 563. Fulton-Hamilton match was a with Augusta Friday.
Faetu Wins' bijas jogged into his fourth loss Chief Colson has taken over scorcher, with the former leadingby Tonight's frays closes a three- .
Excellent pitching and timely of the season. the coaching of the Jax's Navy four holes at the turn, but the game stand with the Charleston
hits by Jimmie Carnes enableda O&R outscored Supply 14-11, boxing team, which will be latter came back strong to even Rebels. The Tars engage the Au-
weary Faetu team to outlast with "Jok" Kristy belting out composed of NATTC and NAS the score at the 17th. All knotted gusta Tigers, in four games, beginnIng -
MAD, 21-19. four for four for the Overhaul- personnel. going into the 18th Bill Brock- with a single game Fri-
The Leathernecks gave no crs. Al Grant pitched a good Colson was formerly coachof haus broke the back of Fulton- day, another Saturday, and a dou-
ground until the seventh inningwhen game but lack of support kept the Memphis Navy boxing Hamilton with a terrific drive ble-header Sunday.
pitcher Carnes singled him from his first win of the team, which sent several par- followed up by a neat chip shot Night games get under way at
home the winning run. Will Jack. year. ticipants to the 1949 Chicago and putt for a birdie three to take 2015 at the Myrtle Avenue ball
'-, son of the Marines had a field Standings as of Tuesday: Golden Gloves. the hole and give his twosome the park while Sunday's doubleheader -
day by rapping out four of the American League/ edge, 6-5. commences at 1330.
hits garnered by his teammates. Team W L
t Leroy Lineau suffered his fourth VP-5 3 0
1 loss of the season while Carnes VF-41 1 0
enjoyed his second win. VP-861 3 1

.... In the National League over Fasron-6 3 1
". the past week Marine Security Fasron-109 2 1
bested Oper-Flag-Division, 9-6, VF-10( 2 1
with Bob Jordon of the winners FaetuLant) 2 1
belting out four for four, including VF-172 2 2
a two-run triple. Lee Milli- ComFairJax 1 2 : kIM
gan was the man on the hill for 1st Lieut. 1 3 k
the Leathernecks and posted the VF-171 0 1 .
win. Pitcher Bill Headrick took O&G 0 3
batting honors for the losers by Marine Air Det. 0 3
S;
getting 2 for 4 but also was charged National League
_ with the loss. Team W L
_ VF-741 Dumps SupplyIn VA-175 4 0O&R )
a razzle-dazzle free-scoring 1 0
classic VP-741 ontlasted Supply, VF-173 4 1 b
15-12. Every man on the 741 OPer Fl Div 2 1
squad, with two exceptions: managed PAW 2 2 LEAGUE GOLF CHAMPS-On hand last week to receive their trophies for capturing the
to hit safely against losing 1 2 Intra-Mural Golf Tournament championship were these members or the championship AdministrationCommunicationsComNabSix -
pitcher Hank Dobeler. The los OPer Aero 1 2 squad. In frront, Lt. A. K. "Robby" Robinson accepts one of
ers' troublesome threesome Art Marine Security 1 2 the individual trophies from Comdr. David Henderson chairman of the tournament committee.
Letrende, Bill Lewis and Johnny Supply 1 3 Team members are, left to right Lcdr. Joe Williams, Comdr. Fred II. Gage, Lt. John J., Burns
'. Sladicki bunched for nine hits OPer Photo Lab 0 3 Comdr. Porter F. Bedell Lcdr. Steve Cornellussen, Lt. Dill Brockhaus and Chief Bob Thiel. The
with three apiece. Jerry Kincade Hospital (no returns on games) squad downed NARTU In the finals'


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rage tight JAX AIR NEWS April 26, 1951 ,




Employees Can Avail Themselves Of; wb


I Protection Under Blue Cross Plan' y 0 9


The annive'nar.date. of the establishment of the twin, Blue Cross-'

Blue Shield Plans at the Naval Air Station. Jacksonville, is June 15.I
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All employees. of NAS Jacksonville group hospitalization and mE'dlcalplans y, nt r

who are not now members cthese offered in this locality. After : A
the S dr ,
will have opportunity
plans an exhaustive study of the r
of becoming: members simply many plans available, It was the
the necessary
by completing Blu
committee's opinion that the
form nnd submittingto : it
application Cross-Blue Shield plans offered
the Personnel' Office of their the best protection for the investment
department" at a time to be announced dollar. \

at a later date. The Blue Cross plan which covers

This ,it the only opportunity employees hospitalization, provides an
will\ have to avail themselves allowance of $7.00 per day for hospital

of this protection until the room and board for 31 days r

next memberfch'p' drive May. 1952. during!; a contract year, complete c aIlItI1FIA

Man Offer West cost of operating room, pays all

matter of interest employees costs of surgical dressings, casts (: SESSION-Chief librarian at the station library, which has over 20,000 stories in its

As a reminded that priorto and solutions during any periodof shelves, Mrs. Margaret Cites center, holds one of her staff meetings prior to undertaking the day'swork '

the anniversary are! : drive last year, confinement, as well as many the, At left is Aloysius Hill, ."X8office assistant and at right is Maurice Schuder SA, circular I

committee was:; formed for thpurpose other benefits as outlined in tion desk assistant. -
n
be available --- --
of studying the various literature which will -- -
-- in all departments.
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-------- A single person desiring Blue ALL TYPE OF INFORMATION

CLIISSIFIEDBULLETIN Cross coverage may obtain it ata

cost of $1.30 per month, while a r

family contract may be obtained SOUGHT AT LIBRARY HERE

at a cost of only $3.50. I

for sale ai tides Blue Shield, the medical and NAS Jacksonville The answeras
(Items offering co\'erage'' What is the tallest building at
of property such as washing surgical plan, provides some witty sailor asserted, "is the station Library which has
automobiles furniture, in both surgical and nonsurgicalcases "
machines, stories.
over 20,000 t"
and the like Is performed or rendered while I'I ------- ----
clothing be son, but
radios, That may a pun
Defense Department confined to a hospital. Amountsto on dozens of different subjects Comdr R
prohibited by you can't laugh off the importantrole We welcome aboard
emulations. This column will, be paid for surgery performedby the library plays in the relaxation I or running down a certain poem L. Mann, this week, who will relieve
services as physicians of the plan are covered there are the more serious
however, list such and morale uplifting of Comdr. Eugene Peltier, as
available housing, rides wanted, in a schedule of benefit booklets Navy personnel. I minded requests.. Public Works Officer in the very

lost and found articles, and other and ate also briefly listed in There is no need to stress that I near future. We hope Comdr.
wanted
similar notices). the literature to be made avail the reading of books and other "M.\NY NAVY men their Mann enjoys his tour of duty
them plan
material to help
IrOn KENT able. printed materials in a comfortable : here at NAS.
furn. for lease for I The plan also provides payment is important futures as civilians, and many re
home as
2 bedrm. lounging place I colleges We were certainly glad to see
to visiting information about
$110 mo. A. B. of $5.00 per day a factor in the leisure time I quest Section
2 years per 'I while subscriber is a and universities Just now, thereis Mimi Bailey of the Design -
physician
Floyd, Ph. 2-9637. activities for naval personneland I about back at work Monday after
books
with confined: to a hospital for a non- a great demand for
Woman' wishes to share apt. their dependents as are basketball her recent operation, also Huntley -
land battles of the
beginning naval air and ::
such
working girl, over 30. St Johns surgical case, payment football, golf, and baseball I librarian asserted. Cox of the Records Section.
306. Ruth Guth, Ph. ; the fourth day after con other forms of last war the of Tom r
Apts., Apt or certainly Little Tim Cowan, son
finement. A single Blue Shield Aides at the library ;
4-7141, Ext. 306 a Cowan, is recuperating at home
rccreation'l unusual inquiries:
month. do
I get many
costs $1.10
contract
per
One im. pvt. home. 5057 Kings-: contract under the TilE LI1WAUY is a One was from a boy who wanted from a recent illness and Tom
Mrs.: The family I
berry Ave. Ph. 8-2029, Blue Shield; plan costs only $2.70 one may spend many I a book on how to write blackmail,! tells us he is getting along fine

CopelanJ. many people do, or, where one letters. Another, was from a sailor i now. .
.. 3 rm. garage apt.., 2733 HerschelSt. per month desiring both may come in briefly to. borrow a who said that he had been Comdr. C. C. Compton, assistant -

$60 per mo. A. F. Stevens,, the A Blue single Cross person and Blue Shield book to take back t< the bar- writing love letters to his wife I PWO, ComNab-Six was recently -

Ph. 2-5321. racks. wanted to confined to the hospital
at I. for four years and '
3 rm. apt. pvt. home 2381 Broad- plans may of obtain$2.40 this coverage mont)... This building with 20,000 sto- I know if he could obtain a book I I and we hope.for him a speedy
cost only per
John Adams a watchful
Woodstock Park. ries is under the eyes ideas. He
way contract which covers to give him some new recovery.
Ph. 7-9702. A family of Mrs. Margaret Clees who has settled for Elizabeth Barrett : *
unmarriedchildren
:Furn. apt.. 5 rms.. 3667 HerschelSt. husband,under wife and 19 all be obtained been its Librarian since: May 1949. Brownin) s' love letters to her I The fishing fever really hit

Ph. 8-6822, Mrs.: Walker. age Blue may Shield! and She came here from Washington husband and copied some of them Maintenance last week. Oner'oup
both
for
Couple to share home with ladyin D. C. where she was Librarianfor almost verbatim. consisting of Eugene Griffin -
:
at cost of only $6.20
Blue Cross
Fairfax Manor 4300 Danin- a the Veterans' Administration. Among many of the inquiries James Gwynes, John Wood-

ec. Mrs. Kimball Ph. 2-0106 per month. In recounting library activities there are some of a pathetic na rum, Lester Rountree, Sam Gra-
with use of home. 4742 Further information concerning Librarian Clees began: "One of is seeking
Pvt. rm. ture. Always, someone ham and Kenneth Sparkman
Irvington; Ave. Mrs. Baker. the drive will be announced however by the real functions of the libraryis I data on divorce laws for various marte an all day trip Thursday

Furn. 2 rim apt., 135 E. 4th St. memorandum. In no case for this the answering of all inquiries. states, or how to make a budget We understand that they caught

Mrs. Hatch, Ph. 4-5196. will applications 11 In addition to the neverendingrequests fit their pay. enough to eat for lunch That is
2 rm. furn. apt, 2512 College St. protection be accepted after for a good historical Many officers are taking correspondence new
Mrs. Smith Ph. 7-9601. May 1951 as it is necessary that novel the newest books bv Frank II courses in such topics Clement
I III On the same day.
Furn. rms., cottages and bungls., applications be forwarded to thelocal Yerby and Philip Wvlic. sport as military justice, international Flanders and Alton Stonebanks

328 1st St., So. Jax Beach. Blue Cross-Blue Shield that office stories, a good sexy novel, science II law, and communications. There I ran up against a little bad luckon
15 in order stories
112-5-9125. prior to May novels, western stories taking college
Ph students
Mrs. Ford and all I are always their fishing trip. It seems that
2 bedrm. apt., unfurn $80 per mo. they might be processed 15 be obtained from the courses in literature, psychology Flanders and Stoney were caught
;
effective on plans may
Mrs. Davis, contracts become mathematics, radio, history
Ave.
5033 Appleton l Personnel Offices in the various in the: thunderstorm that came up
Ph. 7-5090, after 5:30: P.M. oneNecessary blanks 'departments or from the Employees 1 as well as Navy personnel and Flanders did not have on

Furn. apt. In Murray Hill $t5 application: the Services Office Bldg 907.a preparing for examinations in pre-shrunk pants.

per mo. :Mrs. Davis, Ph. 8-5136.: :: and literature concerning their; rates. I .

Furn. rm. for couple. 2525 Oak St ; The outcome was that Flanders -

Mrs. Smith, Ph. 82491. : MANY PARENTS want adviceon had to borrow some from

Km. and pvt. living!; rm. for men which type encyclopedia to Stonev. Flanders said they were
Ave. Mrs. Allen, Ph. buy for themselves or their children
1521 Palm ,;r c a little bit short too but were
9-3394. : Of course, there are a great: dry. Clarence Porter has been

Share 2 bedrm home wIth couple ., many people who come to the library vacationing! in Texas for two

Kmgsley Rd Mrs. Clifford! or merely to look at cartoon weeks. Glad to see him back. )

write General Delivery, Starke.I I books and magazines, or just to Speaking of fish! Have you

lo la. I x I browse around. been to Sanford lately? Lt. Fred
"Some
3 bedrm. bung? 5342 Attleboro: 4. I Said Librarian Clees talking: to Williams, Maintenance superintendent -

Ave. Call 8-2885. Mr Mitchell times it takes much will tell you that Sanford
if the request.For
after 1600. get at the heart is i the place. Also, Frances Thru:
573 Osceola St instance, two boys were going in her deep
2 rm. turn apt.. book by for she has proof
Mrs. Schultz, Ph 7-7665. I over the shelves freeze. France's hubby. Bill, and
"ould help
r book I asked if I
4233 Appleton other fishermen returned recently -
Furn. 4 rm. duplex apt., could two
'No they
said
Ruthford. I them. They two-dav trio to
Ave., Joanne I from a
about
Singe rim pvt. bath, 1610 Willow I find it for themselves. In and Sanford's fishing grounds with 48
of them came
a half hour, one
Branch Ave. Nj s. King Ph. 2- I i black bass.
I had books on psy-
asked if any
We hone all of you are raring
6996.
Hill 4843: ; cholo y. I showed them. to to the Public Works Annual
3 rm. apt. furn., Murray I Later, they both came over and go
Dellwood Ave. Apply NARTU want- Soring: Frolic tomorrow night'The :
said it was not what they
EM Club, Cpl. Gagnon, Ext 237, rM I andnquired Committee has worked hardto
ed. One boy meekly spoke up
to bemembered.
long
make this a night
Furn. rm. with use of kitchen : anything
know
Rhodes 4620 Birkenhead ; : 'Do you' ? We'll see all of vouat
Mrs. I about women? After many questions t the Mayflower Hotel Roof
Rd. the braver -
I r and timid answers,
Garden at 9 P. M.
FOK SAI.K of the two blurted out, 'My the week: There
I for
3 ttedim house and garage 4328 married and Thought
& buddy is going to be consolation in the fact
Ph. I is some
Mrs.
Rd., Hong
Manchester
'wants information on birth control ,dreams
though
that even your
2-3379. ask for it.
but is afraid to
don't come true, neither do the
sell
Furn. or unfurn. house must I

G[ equity, 4657 Alapho Ave., "THEN THERE: was another nightmares.- ___ '

Richard Dayout, Ph. 8-6054 l lad who said he could take anything !

MISCELLANEOUSRide !; '' in the Navy but the discipline -
wanted from vicinity of O & It PICNIC-"{{by can't and wanted to know whether -

Phoenix Ave. at 8th or 21st Sts. we do this more often" was there were any stories on how

1 Mrs. 0800 to 1630. Mrs. Kelly, the unanimousopinion of all others had succeeded in accepting

after 1730 at 3-7243. the happy throng shown at ',. this"

+ Passengers wanted from 1st and right at the recent picnic held __ __ The library is quite an interesting -
1 Walnut Sts., Springfield\ or Riv by Overhaul & Repair department place. It is open daily from

erside. Hrs. 0800 to 1630. Mr for all military personnel. 0900 until 2100 Monday throueh

Powell Ext. 8112, after 1730,, At top O & R officer, Capt. Friday and from 1300 until 2000(

6-5189. William E. Kenna, center, discusses Saturday and Sunday.

Found Female collie, Memphis advantage of outdoorlife r'o wtr. In conducting the affairs or

JI tag Mrs. Rudd, 1010 Barin, Ph, with Lcdr. Howard Shively, : E this all-important space on the

8320. left, and. CIIMACII Clarence I base Librarian Cleos has three
Baby sitter available. Carol Dod- Ostlund, right !, capable aides: Maurice Schuder.

son, 1211-B Hancock, Ph IJxt ___ ____ __- ___ I II I SA, circulation desk assistant :
556. II I ,.( I I Mrs. Betty Dyer, AN periodical
Hide wanted from 4332 Longfellow Pays To Know Regs :I 4" ; b Y I I assistant, and Edward G. Fry

in Ortega or vicinity tc I r ? PN3, office assistant.
Mo. (AFrS)-Ignorance .
t NATTC, 0730 to 1610, Ext. 8220, St. Louis _
Mrs. Read never pays off Because he 1 American tourist: "Where am I

Baby sitter available Bill rung,, didn't know Navy uniform regulations i lat?"
Rxt. 8297. an escaped convict recently' I I Englishman: "My dear fellow

wanted from 16th and Main L was captured. Trying to disgv' 'e you use terrible grammar You
lUte *' "
himself In a Navy unlforrA .'. should 'Where Is my 'at
t() NAS. Hrs. 0630 to 1543. R. .4icic' say
or .
F Sohroeder, Ext. 207 or 210. I wore brown shoes Instead



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