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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 3, 1951
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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.' Start Releasing


Navy's Inactive J1IX


Reserves In JulyThe


Navy and Air Force

will start releasing their inactive -

-. Heserves in July and will VOL-3 No. 58 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA May 3, 1951
send, them home in "substantial -

numbers": by October, ..

while Marine inactive Reservists -
Base at Sanford
will' be released starting I

in June, the Defense Depart- I

ment has announced.The .
Navy plans to send home' I Back in Service
1.000 reservists a month beginning
in July and the release rate
will be stepped up in October to
6,000 a month, it is reported.
These are reservists who got no Auxiliary Station Formally
drill pay before recall to active

duty.By July. 1952. the Defense De- iT Reactivated in CeremonyNewly

partment said, "No Marine Reser-
cists will be serving duty invol- reactivated Naval Auxiliary Air Station at San.

untarily." ford was formally placed back in commission in ceremonies:

Release of inactive reserves in Tuesday morning, with Capt. Douglas T. Day, Commander
the army will begin in September Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District
all of them to be discharged I and NAS commanding -
by the end of the year accordingto officer, reading recommissioning orders.
the Department. j The ceremony, in which Capt. -
Plan Broad Program John L. Chittendon assumed com- Captain Day dCtiChittendon ;; -
Plans for these releases from mand of the station, was witnessed were a host of other Navy
the services are naturally depend. by naval officers from the area "officials and city. dignitaries./
') ent on the international situation, and city officials A "welcome II
Assistant Defense Secretary aboard" was extended by Rear
Anna M. Rosenberg disclosed the Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery, I New Traffic Route

plans to the House Armed Services I- ..., .._. ..'- ,- Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville -
Committee, which is while the civilian responsewas I
ing hearings on a broad start.j' SQUADRON REPORTS-Capt Jesse S. McClure, right, Com- rendered on behalf of the Via West Gate To
mander Fleet Air Wing Eleven welcomes) : Lcdr. Charles W. Rogers -
serve program/ proposed by the city by Sanford's mayor Fred H.Dyso .
Defense Department. j left, commanding officer of Patrol Squadron 711 as the squadron '
The program, devised in anticipation I reports for duty with the local Air Wing: VP-741, which reported Decommissioned In '46 Be ExperimentedIn
of approval by Congress i i i to Fleet Air Wing/ Eleven Monday, is a former "WeekendWarrior" As the flag was being raised
of NAKTU Jacksonville which has been on endeavor to alleviatethe
of compulsory military' training, I squadron officially over the auxiliary air an
calls for the release of all Re. I active military -service at NAKTU- since- : March 1. -- station, planes from three squad- heavy traffic problemfor
servists "at the earliest practicable rons of Carrier Air Group Three, entering and leaving the
time," declared the assistant I due to be based there, flew over
station vi Roosevelt
741 Gets highway -
Defense Secretary.To 1 Patrol Squadron in formation. The squadrons will ?
the .
Rely on Reserves I be augmented by two jet squad- Security Depart.
Mrs. Rosenberg asserted that rons which are expected to arrive ment has announced that the
the new military training program j later West Gate at NAS will be
is expected to cut down by i With Local Air
NAAS Sanford decommis-
I WingPatrol was
five or six months the time required ] Duty in I open for morning and evening
I sioned August 1946 and was ordered -
traffic starting Monday
to Ret a Reserve unit ready into reactivation proceed-
(Please Turn to. Page 2, Col. 5)) I Squadron 741, a former "Weekend Warrior" squadron of ings in January of this year. San- :May 7.This .
I I
NARTU Jacksonville and serving on active duty since March 1, re- ford was originally commissioned plan will be in operationon
Work Carrier ported for duty with Fleet Air Wing Eleven here Tuesday to beginits in early 1942 and supported: an experimental basis for on<*
on tour of service with the regular Navy. multi-engined patrol planes and week, according to Lt. Col. Har-
Since: called back to service N'val fighters under the Naval Air Ad- vey B. Atkins, Marine Barracks
I
Base at Mayport March 1, men of the squadronhave Jed at the Jacksonville Air vanced Training Command. In commanding officer and Security .a
ot Station and is under the com- 1946 of the base turned
been undergoing a period part was officerwho announced the new
Moving Ahead intensive training at NARTU. The mand of Captain Jesse S. Mc- over to the city under a revocable plan Monday.
is of Clure. Fleet Air Wing-11 is the release and part was turned over
squadron composed entirely
The new route has been devised
controls all U. S,
that
Dredging for the new Naval men from North Florida i and activity to the WAA. to assist personnel living in
based at
,,, Carrier Base at Mayport, South Georgia, most of them from Navy Jacksonville patrol and squadrons south of here. Dignitaries On Hand I Orange Park and Wesconnett area
Fla. will be completed about Jacksonville. Since its decommissioning? in in leaving and entering the station -
command includes
The squadrons -
Ha Tine Record 1946 the Sanford station has been and to eliminate the traffic
three months ahead of schedule Trinidad British West Indies
in ,
VP-741 compiled a fine record leased to various enterprises Jam at the traffic light at Tim-
Hear Adm. Joseph F. I at NARTU Jax. It is the most il ; Coco Sola, Canal Zone, and which ranged from an old folks' I aquana Road and Roosevelt High-
Jelley, Chief of Navy Civil I senior squadron of the unit, being the famous "Hurricane Hunters"based home to the operation of a spring way. I
Engineers, has announced.The the first to be commissioned when at NAS Miami, Florida training baseball camp by the The route to the West Gate will
dredging job, begun three I the NARTU was forming at Cecil With this assignment to( Fleet New York Giants. I start from the industrial area of i
Air 11 VP-741 becomes the
Ving-
months ago and originally scheduled Field in May, 1046. VP-741's third Reserve Captain Chittendon, new commanding the station, north on Yorktown
for completion in November, commanding officer, Lcdr. Charles Organized Squadron officer of the station, left at Mustin, right on Birmingham -
from the Jacksonville Naval
1951, now is expected to be fin- W. Rogers, was the first officerto Air Reserve Unit to has recently returned from a tour left on Allegheny, right on
Training join
ished by late August. I become an Organized Reservistat units of the Fleet. of duty aboard the USS Roose Swan to the West Gate, left on
Preparation for a turning basin NARTU in 1946 and has had VF-742 velt. A native of Massona, N. Y., Roosevelt Highway, right on Collins
is included in the work being done command of the squadron since Carrier Fighter Air Squadron Group-8 at NAS joined Jacksonville he is a 1932 graduate of the Na- Road to Blanding Boulevard.The .
by the Standard Dredging Com- its inception. val Academy.On West Gate will be patroled
9th
The squadron topped its list of on April while just from 1530 to! 1700 in the afternoon -
o pany of New York, under a $1- last week VMF-144, NARTU's hand for the recommissioning -
290,000 contract with the Bureauof achievements in 1950 when it was Marine Air Reserve squadron ceremonies Tuesday, in addi- I and from 0630 to 0800 in
Yards and Docks. Construction adjudged the finest patrol squadron moved out to join with the tion to Rear Adm Montgomery, the mornings. '
of access roads, at a cost of in the entire Naval Air Re-
lar Fleet Marine Air Forces.Crew's
$100,000, is almost completed. I serve Training Command and was I regU-1 Weather, Report' I Slate Parley
Congress has appropriated $j"- awarded the Noel Davis Trophy.
Dance According to the weather man.don't ,
825,000 for the entire Third to Join I'teet
The new base is designed program'j l Fleet Air Wing-11 is one of the plan anything too big for
the week-end because there Here New
are
dle the largest carriers major fleet commands now locat- Friday and SaturdayGreen showers due Friday and Saturday I: on

Cove Spring popular but things are expected to I
VP-S CREW RETURNS FROM band will play for crew's dances clear up by Sunday Here's the Justice Code
I I Friday night at IMaiiibide!>> auditorium week-end outlook:
and again Saturday' Friday "': Cloudy scattered The new Uniform Code of Military .
10.000-MILE 'DREAM HOP'Traveling night at NATTCenler auditor showers: Saturday-Partly cloudy Justice, which goes into effect

--------. ium. to cloudy with showery con. May 31, will be covered in a
10,000 miles in ten Portuguese city was one of the Dancing; on both nights gets ditions, slightly cooler; Sunday three-day conference at the Naval
days, making liberties in such far I most beautiful cities in the world. under way at 2000. ._mostly clear, little warmer. Air Station May 8-, 9 and 10.
u ------- with about 500 naval officers in
flung lands as Bermuda, North They visited famed Estrellita
Africa, Portugal, England and Beach while in Lisbon and mingled attendance.The .
Iceland, is all a part of the scrap- I with English noblemen in the ,<4. '<',. -:;.:< officers will arrive from
'I' : l naval installations within the 6tli
book of memories of ten officers Beach's luxurious gambling casinos :
and men of VPwho just returned (Just to watch of course, one Naval District, comprised of south
from a European excursion 'I pilot said). r't' and southeastern states as wellas
hop. (I rOVER from San Juan, Puerto RUM
and ships within the area.
First stop of the P2V Neptunethat WHERE the dollar gives 1 Covers ProceduresThe
carried the ten travelers on way to the pound and the pence I USMJ, passed last year br
the junket was the vacation Isle I takes the place of nickels and iWj'g 9 V\ TYer V q- q the 81st Congress, covers all disciplinary
of Bermuda, where early-to-bed I dimes and everyone has that un 1 I and courts martial procedures -
schedules were followed in anticipation i mistakable accent was next for within the military ser-
of the thousands of milesto \ II VP-5's personnel. In Durtenwood, I vices. To familiarize naval offi-

go. England, Ensign Frank R. Mac- cers with these procedures, a series
.. Early the next morning VP-5's Kinnis, one of the Neptune's navi- of instructional conference
adventurers landed at Lages In'' gators, became friendly wit h a has been arranged by the Judg
the Azores where the crew took "one-armed bandit" and the crew Advocate General, Washington,
in principal .points. of. interest. I bolstered their failing funds. $f F p D. C.
Side trigs to Liverpool, Man- ?ar S 't I's 'v' ?4s'r Three Day Confab
IN TOUT LYAUTEV, North chester and New Brighton high 6 The conference at NAS Jax will
Africa, the enthusiastic travelers lighted their stay in England: be- be held in the Student Officers
f
acquired the traditional fezs. Re. fore the weary travelers lifted z $ ; j Auditorium building 612 located
mainl.ngIn North Africa for two their Neptune Into the air for on McFarland Street between
days, four of the officers took a one of the last laps of their jour- Saratoga and Enterprise. It will
beachcraft to Tangiers and re- ney. start promptly Tuesday morning/
ported the city resembled a page I at 0900 moving up to 0800 on
Iceland the
Arabian with its Reykjavik crew
from the Nights Wednesday and Thursday
Arabian section of Medina which I was stalemated as far as liberty Phases of the application of the
was concerned because they had .. ...
houses nearly a million closely -- ----------- new law will be discussed daily
packed people, and where the no visas and were told that with- HACK FROM 10,000 MILE HOP-Wearing a fez he acquiredin by representatives from the Ot-
streets are as narrow as doorways.Next out their passports they could be North Africa, Lt. (hi) Marwood R. Clement, co-pilot of VP5'sNeptune free of the Judge Advocate Gen-
on the agenda was Lisbon, picked up and jailed for an indefinite which made a recent 10,000 mile European flight, displays eral. These will be followed br
Portugal( and it was the unanimous length of time. a Persian rug for the benefit of Jax customs officials. HelpingLt. panel discussions based on each
opinion! of all hands that the (Please' Turn to Page I, Col :S) Clement hold the rug is J. F. Bush, AOC, of VP-5. day' program.


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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS May 3,. 1S51


.r r- Report From Washington ,,'
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J: I -r,," fj JIt

Joint Exercise Postponed Until' August


Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval All

Station. Jacksonville Fla.NAS Jacksonville:_ Maj. Gen. Craig Named Director of Marine Reserves

Capt. Douglas T. nay Commanding Officer By Armed Forces Press Service men instructors in the Air Force's expanded
Comdr. Porter F. Bedell Executive OffkeiLt
EXERCISE SOUTHERN PINE the
Joint Reserve Officer Training Corps program. Qual-
Lorenzo W. Baldwin Public Information Officer
ArmyNavyAlr"oree maneuvers scheduledfor ified airmen are being encouraged to apply for
Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear June 20 to July 10 in the Fort Bragg, N. c., this duty. .
Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery _______..CommanderCapt. area has been postponed until August. Deferment .*
Allen Smith Chief of Staf until the later date will afford supportto TilE. AIR FORCE has transferred the Cantonment -

Fleet Air Wing Eleven the summer trainingprogram of civilian Area.of the Beale Bombing and Gun-

Capt. Jesse S. McClure ..._._.._..._._._....-_.........._._ training nery Range. Marysville, Calif., from the jurisdiction -
Comdr. Joseph B. Tibbets .._....._..._.__. Chief Staff of Air Training Command to Continental -
Naval Air Technical Training Center For example newly-commissioned officers Air Command for the purpose of training

Capt. Lester: K. Rice ...__._.-..,.,._......___ Commanding Officer from R.O.T.C. programs, graduating in June, Aviation Engineer units. These units consistsof
Comdr. John A. Gamon, Jr. .__....'................?.?.._....... Executive Officer will be available for participation in the August Army personnel on duty with the Air Force. "
Naval Hospital maneuvers. *
'Capt. Dwight J. Wharton Commanding Officer THE MARINE CORPS has named Maj. Gen.

Capt. Guy E. Stahr Executive Officer A DEPOT TO CONTROL the shipment of Edward A. Craig as Director of Reserves, suc-
NARTU all Air Force materiel to Mutual Defense Assistance ceeding Lt. Gen :M. IL Sllverthorn. General
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp Commanding Officer Pact countries in Europe and the near Craig commanded the First Provisional Marine ...

Comdr. Laurence D. Ruch Executive Officer East has been established at Newark, N. J., Brigade which helped to stop the 'southward
with Brig. Gen. Will F. Nicholson in command. march of the Korean Reds on the Naktong
Editorial: Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration River last summer.

building. Phone extension 8184. THE U. S. AIR FORCE will establish a Fly- *

Editor-Andrew H. Planey ing Training Air Force on May 1, as a com- THE FAR EAST AIR FORCE will reinsti-
Staff Members: John L. Almond; Barbara Rickman, SN; ponent of the Air Training Command. The tute the monetary clothing allowance systemon

Gerald H3 Ties SN. new organization will be commanded by Ma], July 1. At that time accessory items of
The JAX Alit NEAVS u publlaned wlt'ltfyat the U. S Naval Air Sutton
Jacksonville Florida and printed commercially with non-appropriated> fund Gen. Warren R. Carter, with headquarters at the initial blue uniform to be worn with the
at no ex pen.-* to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35. Rev Waco TeL The new command was necessitated summer uniform will be made available. By
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the by the rapid expansion of the Air Force September I, distribution of winter blue uni-
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit. Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field and
the U. S. Naval Hospital. .training program. form items will be made. FEAF discontinuedthe
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a memtwr ot the Armed Forces Press Settle Reproduction issuance of blue uniforms In August, 1950.
of material from these sources must bear a credit line. Republication THE SIXTH ANNUAL convention of the r
of oth-r Matter except by service publications U prohibited without permission
Of Editor JAX AIR NEWS. 84th Infantry Division Railsplitter Society will THE 45th OKLAHOMA National Guard Division -
be held at Cleveland Ohio on August 27 to recently federalized, has embarked for
29. The Society is composed of veterans of overseas station through the New Orleans Port
the World War II Division which saw actionin of Embarkation. The movement marked the
From Here and There the European Theater during the heavy win- first large outgoing troop shipment throughthe

--- ter campaigns of 1944-45 and the spring drive New Orleans port since World War II.
across Germany to the Elbe. It also marked the first use of a new tech-
nique which eliminates staging and delivers

Short Service SketchesSomething CONTINENTAL MAJOR air commanders movement.troops from training camp to shipside in one



new in shipboard I with two years in grade and who dunking in the NAS swimmingpool ..
divisions has been in effect on have fully qualified ace slated to clothes, new hat and all.
the USS Midway for a couple of be considered for promotion to Faccenda, a native of Worcester

months, the MIDWAY CURRENT staff sergeant Mass., has been a resident of

reports. The new division, label Jax since September, 1945. After

ed IX, provides a means of orien- f Notes being discharged from the Navy ..
tation for non-rated men report- The acute housing shortage WincfTafk in 1945, he came back to Jax and
ing aboard. A "tour of duty" with around Patuxent River, Mary- became a member of NARTU in
the IX division commences with land, will be alleviated soon by roomNIEIIitTU Jane, 1948. He is considered a
the arrival of the man aboard the the construction of 1,000 low cost "Plankowner" (which means a
ship and during a two week pe- housing units in the area, reportsthe member of the original comple-
riod he is introduced to the vari- TESTER. Rental of the units -r ment of a vessel).
ous aspects of the operation of a will be $67.50 monthly for en- 0 .
CVB before he is assigned his listed personnel and $90.00 for
officers. Wing Staff 71-Welcome aboardto beach and other recreations are
division. To ReleaseContinued
permanent The TESTER is now edited by new Wave Yeoman Nesta very tempting but try to resist Begin
Also from the CURRENT comes
drills
and attend
news of a program whereby each Allen Collier, JO3, who formerly kaff, YNT3. Nesta is a native that temptation ( from Page 1)
instead.
month an honor division is se- I edited the INDIAN in Guanta- ot Jacksonville. She had 2 years a for action in time of war. Pre-
!namo Cuba. He relieved B. viously it had taken nine monthsto
Bay
lec'.ed on the basis o' the good
active duty at Pensacola prior to FASRon-711 Congratulations -
of the division's M. Fraser, JO3 who held a year to get a Reserve unit
conduct
person-
I to John W. Kemp, Jr., ADPC
nel. The division accorded the 'the post for two years. becoming a "Week-end Warrior. ready for combat. ..
who is wearing his new chiefs
honor receives an extra 48 hour I Amid the thunder of a 17-gun I Congratulations to Lcdr. LewisR. hat for the first time. As a result, it is pointed out,
liberty. The OR division which is i salute General Clifton B. Cates, Baxter who was awarded the Congratulations to :Mr and :Mrs. the nation in the future can put
composed of radiomen, telemen, I I Commander of the United States Naval Reserve Medal by Comdr. E. Horn who are expecting more reliance on Reserves and
and signalmen, garnered the ex- Marine Corps arrived aboard Par-I Leroy P. Johnson, Wing Staff George blessed event in May. less on a .big standing military
tra liberty for the month of ris Island for an inspection tour'headlines Commander at the 1300 muster on The a named men took force.
March. the Parris Island April 28. Part of the require- following sue
advancementin
the examination for
BOOT. I ments for receiving the Naval Reserve
rate Fernando R. Patxot RS;
Fifty lucky sailors stationed at Personnel at NAS Whiting Medal are 10 years honor- Marvin::M. Homer ADE3; Charles VP-5 Crew
41 U. S. Naval Air Station, Colum- .Field contributed $1,454.50 to the able service, and being a memberof ADEAA Glenn E.Moyer .
lus, Ohio, volunteered for extra recent annual Bed Cross Drive, the Organized Reserve with L. Register AMS2, William; W. Stal- (Continued from Page 1) ..
duty for the 26th of n-xt month. according to THE WHITING 90% attendance at scheduled ; IT WAS n'ITlIl1ttle regret that
L. Rowan
The extra duty-according to the TOWER. drills. vey, AA; and Harry VP-5's European travelers turned

13UCKEYENEER tc act as escorts ADEAA. homeward after a short stop in
Winners of the RON flight to *

for girls of the Delta Sigma Summer working hours for New York City for recruiting per Taking the big step from first Argentia, Newfoundland.Tired "
Kappa National Sorority at their sonnel into the Staff will unshaven and for the
Norfolk Naval Air Station are Wing receive class petty officer to chief petty
annual dance-and to make it 'now in effect, reports the DOPE their reward at next drill officer is the most important in meet part financially embarrassed -

even nicer the volunteers were SHEET. The majority of activities week-end 26-27 May. The win- the life of a Navy enlisted man, the ten voyagers returned to

promised an expense-free. night. i start their day at 0700 and ners are as follows: Lt. (jg) but Richard F. Faccenda took the Jax just-. ten days after their departure -

knock off at 1530 under the new Bertram M. McNamara, Pleasant step with the traditional cere-
From the Cherry Point WIND- I program. IL Gay, FN1, and James M. monies at NARTU Jax last Sun Piloting the Neptune for the
SOCK is news that in the near : Five enlisted men of the Armyof Starkie, SA. trip was. Lt. Leon F Davis, and
future the Marine Corps will the Republic of Mexico have day.After- a formal ceremony in his co-pilot was Lt. (jg) Mar-

screen for promotion to the next completed a 13-week course in Pressure! is being applied on which NARTU commanding officer wood. R. Clement, while Ensign
highest grade the largest numberof War Dog training at Fort Riley, drill attendance-90% attendanceis Capt. Raymond M. Sharp per. William A. Gregg, and Ensign
non-commissioned officers ever Kansas the GUIDON all Faccenda with frank R. MacKinnis were naviga
reports. required for Seamen to keep sonally presented
considered by its selection board. Headlining:; the front-page of the from being dropped from organized his new peaked hat, other en- tors.C..
Approximately 8.000 sergeants GUIDON is further news of the "and Reserve status and be- listed men of NARTU held an '"in- L. Cook ALC, acted as plane
Fort's crack lightweight fighter, ing made available to their local formal" ceremony of their own. captain for the cruise and O. R. '
Bobby Bickle who beat Norway'sLeif Coile, AM; R. R. Maxfield, ALl;
Theatre draft board. Even though the law This part consisted of a Kangaroo -
C. J. Chapman AT2 K. G. Peter-
,
Hansen in ;
Chicago to win
requires only 75% attendance of Court in which members of
the world's Golden Gloves light son, A02; and F. M. Roeder.
I i ii the other personnel it Is certainly NARTU brought forward com-
ALAN, made the rest of the
weight championship.First up
not satisfactory attendance. work
i Faccenda's
Guider about ,
plaints
I ten: man crew.SHOULDA .
Each of us must strive to keep personality, disposition and other f 0 .
MAINSIDE Lt. FJwyn P. (Rip) Rowan !attendance percentage as nearly traits. The verdict, as it is in
STAYED HOME
- 3 former West. Poin star pigskin I 100% as possible-We know the every new Chief's trial, was a
Thursday, May toter is serving leader N. J. AFPS
now as Union ( ) Seven
..... .....
Rode
Whew The Redskins
of the 75mm recoiless rifle men were fined $1' each for -
?...;........_..........................Jon Hall platoon of Company M of the their cars without lights.parking The

Friday, May 4 Fourth Infantry Division, the # seven were volunteer firemen
"Hollywood story"_Richard Conte Fort Benning BAYONET reports. et fighting a fire .-

Saturday, May S A running mate of the famed Cadet f f

"Copper Canyon"_.._Ray Milland I touchdown duo of Blanchardand 1
Davis, Rowan was selectedfor
Sunday, May 6 second strinr; All-American in DIVINESERVICES
The Thing" ....__....Jim Arness
his senior) year at the Academy.
Monday. May; 7' .-
r- "At War With The "Army" -- ."
A unique to teach
program correct
.,...Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis driving and safety techniquesto

TU 8. and Wed., May 8-9 Navy personnel and their de- AT THE STATION CHAPELS

"14 Hours" __.....Paul Douglas pendents has been initiated Protestant

NATTCenter aboard NAS Memphis, accordingto < 0030 Services. All Saints' Chapel
Thursday May S THE BLUEJACKET. The only (Sunday School) -
"Queerr For A Day" Edith Meiser cost to participants is an estimated -
Friday May 4 50 cents per 45 minute lesson. 0915-Naval Hospital ChapeL
1045 All Saints '-
ChapeL
"Copper Canyon"-RaY Milland From the SQUANTAM WITCH

Saturday, May 5 comes word that members of VF- Catholic .
Hollywood Stoye_Richard Conte 916 formerly of NAS Squantum, 0830 Mass, St. Edward's ChapeL

Stmday, May 6 I Mass. and now one of the squadrons airs 0930--St Edwards' Chapel (Cate-
Autry of CAG-8 here, has chosen chism Class).
"Whirlwind".Gene Joseph M. Lindsey of Taunton BULLDOG WITH A BITE-The light T-41, or Walker Bulldog -
Edward's
1030 Mass St. Chapel0645Mass
Moo and Tues., lay 7-8 I Mass., as the "Squadron Godfa- first tank produced by a civilian company since World Wax II, ,
at Hospital Chapel.
The" Thing" _--. Jim Arness ther." Lindsey has been presented has begun rolling off the assembly lines at the Cleveland Airport -
Wednesday May 0 with a suitably inscribed Bomber Plant, three months ahead of schedule. Named for the Mormon
"At War With The Army" ___ : plaque to commemorate the occasion late Gen. Walton II. Walker, 8th Army Commander the %600bnlt Wednesday-1930-at Small ChapeL

,.Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis ; sports a new type high muzzle velocity 76mm IUD ,


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._ May 3, 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three


..''. .. i '" :.y. ..... .,. Enlisted Men Eligible For Prizes

If' :-..!.>!}i.,:: :./ ,,;' i I1iW; ...';. : :?

I'l I ,. "" <. ..'s4::>"''.t:: ...V.,' ..,.,,._ :';t, In Newest Naval Essay Contest I

:
> : ,, AnnapolU, MJ. (AFPS)-The 1951 Naval Institute Enlisted Prize

("Station Dialogue" provides an I '" r 'M': Essay Contest is now open to entry.
opportunity for military and civilian .,. 1.: The contest, open to any enlisted -
personnel of NAS to voice -. '' ..q 'S man or woman of the Navy,, say not awarded a prize may be
.. .. published at the discretion of the
iJII" ] > Marine Coast Guard or
Corps, or
their opinion on a question putto ; ..
\ ..
} Control and of
Board writer
"' of ,
,
.
them by a Jax Air News ie- it.; ;t.i' .( : ., active duty, offers a prize cf nt
fIt'! "
). .1ii_! ..tr.tf, t.. :I :': : :'I less than $300 and no more thai such essays shall be compensated
goiter > .. y; $ ::;f : at the rate established for articlesnot
,
.. ... Z : 4lt :; $700, a gold medal, and a life
-Today's question is: "Are ron .' I submitted in competition.
; >' '' : .f membership in the Institute for
in favor of federal aid to edncatienf .Iit ,{ 'M '' *
: 6. All should be submit
'i'k the best submitted on essays
<; ,.. } essay any

.3lf#).pt i'.. :;';"' felt. .. % __ ;,":":.;,,.'l.'I; : subject pertaining to the naval ted to at the Annapolis.Institute's Editorial Offices -

.
; '
: >.J. profession.
Derry E. Tucker, ADI Opera .
tions Flight Line: :::, :::._..;.5* .y. ",;: ... Should the first place award gc

T"I am opposed I to a previous winner of either the

.to. aid to : Naval Institute's General Prize Who's Who
education: First,: Essay Contest or the Enlisted

'it creates more Prize Essay Contest, a gold clasp
r H'?s 4 i taxes for the I suitably engraved will be given: In Defense

people who are j in lieu of the medal, and the com
'\ already over- I muted value of the life member

loaded. I think. ship in lieu of the membership. Gt>>8. Clifton B. Gates

the education i Irrespective' of the award of Commandant U S. Marine Corp

:system of the 1 the "Prize", one or more essays By Armed Force Press Service
w'countrY can get may receive "Honorable Men- Advanced to rank of General

Tucker alone without tion" If of ttvfflcfent merit to and appointed 19th Commandant

federal aid. There is always some-: J justify the award. Essays U. S. Marine Corps, January 1,
one looking -for something for Correctly Identify These Aircraft And Win A Prize. awarded "ll nerabie Mention" 1948.

nothing. Lots of colleges and stu- (Cut top photo along white lines and reassemble). shall receive such compensation Born August SI: 1893, in Tip-

dents take advantage of federalaid I M may be adjudged by the tonville, Tenn. Graduated

just because they want some- Aircraft Contest Board of Central, but not including from University of Tennessee. *
thing to do.". Jig-Saw life membership Reported for active duty as see
ond lieutenant, USMC, June 13,
Capt. Jesse S. McClure, CO In the event no essay is adjudged 1917.
7 Proves Popular With FansThe of sufficient merit to receive
Fleet Airwing 11: Served with Sixth Marine Ret!
"Prize" "Honor
the or an
"To on ment in France in World War 1
carry aircraft contest. Lt. "
in the
jackpot doem'trow and grow able Mention, the best essay sub
I for a higher Douglas Finlay, Electronics officer of VF-916 nipped it in the bud ,. mitted may receive a "SpeciaAward" battles of Chateau Thierry (gassed -
learning of the and wounded), So is son a
I last week when lie pieced the jigsaw puzzle together, identified it as in lieu thereof.
American college ((again wounded), St. M I hie 1 ,
and spotted the other photo
Jet Attacker .
the British Supermarine The following rules the
govern
students, I d 0 :Meus -Argonne and Argonne Forest
i
!j i believe in federal as that of a French Nord 2200 Jet Fighter to win the $6.00 credit I contest: Served in Army pf Occupation -

,\ aid to educa- coupon. I, Essay should not exceed 8,000words. Germany.

i tion. It is my Only one other contestant was There may be a possibility Assigned duties as Aide-de-
I' contention that also correct and that was Ensign of more than one winner. I 2. Essay must be received by Camp to the Major General Com

it should be Bishop Blackwell of VP-861 who If such is the case then a series the Secretary-Treasurer on or before mandant, Aide at the' White

Va I done on a pay also correctly identified the planes of tie-breaker questions, pertaining August 1, 1951. House( to President Wilson and
'--Capt McClure as you go basis. but who trailed Lt. Finlay by justa to aircraft recognition, 3. The name of the competitor: Aide to Commanding General, Department

We should assist the students in minute in submitting his answers will be asked to determine the shall not appear on the essay, and of the Pacific .

every way possible to attain the I and was therefore not the winner of the $3.00 credit cou each essay, must have a motto in Shore duty in China following several
addition to the title. This motto
winner.In .
profession he seeks and without pon. Stateside duty stations.
..' federal aid to education the view of the heavy response I shall appear (a) on the title pageof Attended Army Industrial College

progress will be hampered. I feel to the new twist the cut-out photo the essay, (b) on the outsideof Washington, D. C. Senior -
Ballentine
students and!I' week' Vice Adm a sealed envelope containing
assured that both ,ha added- to the quiz this
colleges who strive in certain I contest is patterned along the identification of the competitor,, I
fields like forestry, animal hus- i same lines. Is New GomiArLanl (c) above the name and addressof I'

bandry together with atomic en- Te win the $1.00 credit coupon the competitor inside the envelope
I Vice Adm. John J. Ballentinehas this identification
containing
and other higher profes- ; purchase madein
ergy good on any '
of I taken over his new assign- I This envelope will not be'
sions will produce men higher Malnside Navy Exchange acontestant
is essential." ment as Commander Air Force,, i opened until the judges have made
which
learning must first fully identify -
I U. S. Atlantic Fleet, relieving I the awards All essays and identifying
to
*
aircraft Mown M
both
I
Vice Adm. F. B. Stump who has envelopes must be mailedin
Mitchell Transportation nationality and designation. 1
Napoleon typo
assumed command of the Second a large sealed envelope marked I
.
: "I_ think_____n_ it-- is__ ,I Remember that no' answers will Fleet.Admiral Ballentine assumedhis "Enlisted Prize Essay Contest." I
I be accepted prior to 0900 Friday. 4, The awards will be made by
a good idea to I post in ceremonies last weekat !
1 the Board of Control, voting by
call either extension
You on
federal aid I can NAS Norfolk. Va.
.
give I
1I I 216 or Blat or in person in > ballot and without knowledge of
to education. Our the Jax News offices in the Make the names of the competitors. I
I higher places of Main Administration Building. Sunlamp Used To 5 The awards will be made

learning must I New Rocket Jet FuelCleveland known and presented to the successful .
I Eye Standards LoweredFor competitors as soon as
carry 0 n researches -I I (AFTS)-A new and practicable after the September

in cer- Future Navy Waves eventually cheaper rocket and Jet meeting of the board. I

tain fields. Education Washington (AFPS)-The Navy fuel soon may be developed with 6. All essays must b" typewritten I 1

t. _. ,- --->.. is the I, has reduced eyesight requirements I the aid of a sunlamp.The I double spaced, on paper approximately Course, Marine Corps

Mitchell foundation of the I for both Regular and Reserve sunlamp emits ultravioletrays 8V x 11", and must Schools, Quantico, Va. Army
United States and must be enlistment of Waves. that break up ammonia and be submitted in triplicate, each War College. Washington D.

I maintained." Future applicants must have recompose it into a substance I' copy complete in itself. C. Assumed duty in Head
.
7. awarded the "Prize"
",'I ulli acuity without glassesof called hydrazine.An Essays quarters Marine .Corps.
Marcus H. Hill, AD3. VP-5: not less than %/20 in each explosive force greater than "Honorable Mention' or "Special Commanded battalion of SixthMarine

":., "I think thati eye If vision Is porrectlble to gasoline is said to result when the I Award" are for publication in the Regiment during second<
r., ',, '''':' !'i federal aid to education 50/20 in each eye," the Bureau fuel is heated and decomposes in- I Naval Institute Proceedings. Es- tour of China duty. .

is worthwhile of Naval Personnel" announced. to hydrogen and nitrogen. Assumed command of First Marine

If the Former standards "required vision Announcement of the new fuel VMF-144 Ships Regiment, participating in
leaders of our j of not less than 6/20 in one was made at the opening of the the initial assault on Guadalcanal.

educationalsys- eye and 10/20 is the other, cor- American Chemical Society's Returned to U. S. as Com
i tilt. ; tems ca1'r1otI'llise I rectible to 20/20 in both. 119th national meeting. Out From StationMembers !mandant Marine Corps Schools,

I I money"any, I Quantico, Va. Given com

I otiaer.I"f,way or ..c 4eral then Supersonic Jets RollOLLAssenibly Beneath this stone lies Murphy, of Marine Air Reserve mand of Fourth Marine Divisionin
I buried him today; final days of Saipan operations
-- They VMF-
---r: fighter squadron
.aw:1f. : Line ; Seized Tinian Island
He lived the life of Riley
d.-ia .... ,
Will: .cr 144 the Marine "WeekendVarrlor"
and in Iwo Jima cam
if'1 )''IWL-.aSs While Riley was away. participated
takes money .an4..Jt taft, t '... I I
U.hasbeen .
i
squ drbai paign.Assigned
bit ,
0&
through able how their can TOogra \i8 a 'ltd ljtiratv ij t MatOb.eemeng. undergo n&':*-period 'ofH I as Commanding General

way IS federal. aj4''tq: td. ,, ; IS. v I w e teai '**t ra4..ia: Jr.* 'tb.et'a1' .December, Marine 1045.Barracks, Quantico! ,
.y ,
f' )tM' r 'fia".t V "
bft1,Its tIt( ''ff ... 1t; \ it"n Amon-Ida 22 decorations and
Employee! SC 'jKJKli-w. *
John rairS
liff !
William E. i
_11.Ai it: t General Cades holds the
Cf eD 'baSed .awa.rdsL
Flight Test Division, O & R:, I lass a. ; 'ntoffe' thast .'J'", Navy Cross. ,Distinguished -Servile
.
l1rp. I am CJIIIr. I "' 4 : t' I1I""" 1.lie"
M -ww Crow lone .cluster) DieSn-
I all out for :federal A. ,a ., cq tlssign tents'at''8i-T! rn; %ted&I "
S > S snriofi'Service! gold
; aid to edu- Calif: and Cherry Point, N. star), Ltetcff Merit, SilvVr Sftai ;;.,

cation. If we C. wt-Saturday;, one duster), l'w'' torUf'1'.Len '
i J don't maintain M :cluster), -French Crolx a* Cnfrr ... .

i' our, high standards \ One i portion of the squadron left I (two palms and 'geld atar ani' ..

of learning fot'[ :Marine Corps Air Station the French Legion of -Honcr.: ,
fi.c- what will happen with I The Commandant U m.zi
Cherry Point for integration
to them? I'll
I t,rarioua organizations of Air Fleet and has one son, Lt. arrt"1i't-
tell In due
, I I you' ...,..'Il Atlantic, while part of the outfit i Jr., USN and a daughter. *,
t lime we .
Johns have to iimuseums I left for similar assignment to '5II

and see what a pine tree El: Toro, Calif, and Air Fleet Pa- jl We're Doing O.K. '

looks like, what type fish we for- :if ic. I
.
Farewells at the depot were -
of atom I
merly had and parts an I
Armed Force Press Service
solemn for Jacksonville By
ones many
It is that aids greatly
bomb. money
research of vital Families, since the unit is comprised u. S. Service nen have long
many
in the
Education is entirely of men of North known that they were the highest
learning.
fields of
of civilization." Florida and South Georgia, mostf paid soldier in the woilil.
the rock
> them from Jacksonville, Some figure comparing respeotive -
I pay of the Atlantic l'ct

TOO MUCH JUICE: Many are veterans of World I. member" nation Ml the story.

Sioux Fall, S. U. (AFPS)- War XI who have been attendingne Here are the daily rates of
y Street department workers placeda week-end drill each" month pay for grade E-l (Pvt.) In
dynamite charge in the Big with NARTU Jacksonville' Marine eight of the rountrta .ui.ivlyin;

Sioux River to break an ice Jam. Air Detachment, while some troops to( the Atlantic army,
Result: a section of a steel bridge'' ire young Jason whose Marine without counting "CKtras", *

blown up; ice still jammed. ------ Air Reserve affiliation is their, United State f.6S
> First service (experience.: Belgium r..sO
FAREWELLS-This scene was a eomman one as
SOLEMN All have been trained at NAR- Britain 00 Dents
CAT IN THE BAG! Marine Fighter Squadron 141 of NARTU Jax shipped out last Holland. 7C cent
ITJ to form a strong squadron.'clots
Providence, B. L (AFPS)- week. Mayor Haydon Burns of Jacksonville who was on hand to of VMF-144 are veterans of Denmark 54 cent
local were bid farewell to the Jax: squadron members chats with Set. Shellie
Workers at a laundry the past war and many have hundreds Norway 13 NIts!
astounded when a cat jumped D. FaJrcloth and the Sergeant's wife and two sens.'lU'lU left of hour in combat cone in I Italy ,cent J
Marine
' from a bag collected by one of here for further training at air activities of the regular the Pacific area. France II relit\1

1 the. oick-up trucks. Corps.





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!XBIIS'M k44II ''I Student Ex-Airline at NATTC Hostess rii__ 4




All the squadron extendsto By ARTHUR Eyes Air Billet

Lcdr. Frederick E. Wood-
ward "welcomeaboard" Famous International Teacher of Ever hear of the lucky elevenat
hearty
a
NATTCenter? The eleven in '
!
on his assignment as this instance are the eleven male v A. '
Fasron Six executive officer. students in the AK School (' ,, <

He relieves Lcdr. Tom Ab- with the ex-airline, hostess;

bott who has been ordered to typist, ex-model W III a .p' :
Cheatham ,
the NROTC unit at the Ala- J t t'if rcrn 11 v, :
Willa, native of
a
y
bama Polytechnic Institute at Colorado, began her I ,>

Auburn, Alabama for duty. reer in Denver and later I, .,;, ,
Lcdr. Woodward comes from a class in modeling. She I
the Chief of Naval Reserve Train MANTAKfiS ON! a clerk-typist for the I
ing, Glenview Illinois. It was he $TEP OACK WITH Committee of Colorado vS>SL Y
who piloted the plane that located INO LEFT WEIGuTbs FOOT REET-LEFT House of Representatives. I
the pilot d Captain Eddie Kick- FOOT.GIRLATSAME *
enbacker's plane when it crashed I TIMETAKEf STEP In 1948 Willa ,became a '.'
into the sea From his discovery I GNTFOOTN ardess for Continental
came Rickenbatker's eventual res RESTING WEIGHT a year's time she had
ON RIGNT FOOT. flying hours on the El 1

cue.He attended school at the University homa City route and would
of Minnesota and receivedhis continued had it not been

BBA degree prior to his com l r ear ailment that grounded : i
missioning in September of 1941. 1 1 ) 1949. The ailment was later
During World War II he saw ac- rected. -
il'the Pacific and LESSON 8-The Magic -
tion participated
in the operations over the Gil In the Magic Right Turn in the Fox Trot, In November, 1050, Willa :
berts and Midway. I on the second step, as you step forward the Navy in Dallas, Texas, ,1r- ; I
man's part for the Right Turn is as follows: the hopes of becoming an :
Our two The good dancer tries to vary his or derly for MATS. Her love w .
to
pilot were glad see I left turns help make the dance more enjoyable flying, she claims, is ,
new chiefs. Lee P. Meerscheidt LIKES TilE AIR-The lone
and Steve W. Dobay, both ADCAP's 1. On the first count step first five I from her airline pilot in the AK School class at .1 I
straight back on the left foot, As a student in AK School, Willa Pauline
( ) i
placing your entire weight on that ing on to la feels she is making
ex-airline hostess, i I
William T. Shoemaker, AMC Tango,
left foot. toward achieving her billet I
returned after his stint at the Dance let the preponderance
2. For the second count, step orderly in the near future.BREEZES I
pressurization school in Engleside, trations.) males in her class worry her.
pressurization school in Ingleside, forward on your right foot, turn- ( sea eyeing for a billet as air II

California. I By ) .

From Fort Worth) Texas, Bob- CONTINUE TURNS IN FOXTROT RHYTHM + --
by J. Neal, AMAN, of the metal AND PRACTICE' THEM UNTIL EASILYON YOU CAN DO Arthur" Lessons I

shop, has been selected as "white Sailor: "Did anyone ever r
hat of the week." Neal, 22, joinedthe iM4fliCXTroOT I FOURTH COUNT VI 1. Don't you how wonderful you are? '
Navy in December of 1947, UP TO L E PT FOOT. 1 rCllC> wrong )() Girl Friend: "Don't Given Here r ;
went through "boot" in San Diego : starts they ever did."
then to Memphis, Tenn., for NOW PLACE/ unFOOTACOUTIllNCNtt: i I girl with Sailor: "Then where did
"P" and AM"A" school. From TOLEFTSIDEON get the idea?" Beginners .
: 2. Don't :
Memphis he reported to Jacksonville THIRD, COUNT .' i .
and except for two short ,'. I your fort to Husband: "At last my bus dependents of Naval per-
tours of duty TAD has been here I .lIfJ11G) can't dance solid foundation." interested in beginners
on a
ever since. t!:", I" ,.0 COUNT ON SfCOMO STEP hold your Wife: "Wonderful." I classes instructions to be held are urged
every
JCl pa i i ronwAnooHVOUM port jour Husband: "Yep, it's !solid morning from 0900 to
ills favorite pastime to 'CD. RIGHTFOOT' the rocks."
seems '
) AS YOU 3. Don't at the indoor pool, building
(
bowling, swimming and repairingold TURN MtADANOKIOMTSMCULOFH. time. *
cars, for during the year just 17 \ I I ,
1 tenant "This
rAIIT "''' ItKjtir.Ing mighty Prospective : dependents from the
ages
past, he bought, repaired and sold "
S
evening. nice, but a bit too small. I
years old and up are cordial
five "loads". :
011 THE 4. Don't Landlord: "For you we'll The first class was held
One of the hardest working, f I IR.T COUNT : ner's thinner wall paper." 28.
and one which receives the least STEFSTt *
rACKON LEFT t.c with your I of this instruc-
Icj purpose
amount of recognition is the Ord- FOOT WEIGHT itlItOIl l sign! of week.'I "Dad, what do you call a it is pointed out, is to pro- .
nance division. Dan J. Morris, .
LEFT c7"n yourself drives a car? all non-swimmers with the
CHGUN and Gerald Hughes, AOC, FOOT "'tJf/r.t, on the "It all depends on how fundamentals of swimming,
the heads, have set "
department to me, boy.
5. Don't my safety in and on the water.
up one of the finest operational *
in Ordnance to the right. steps I Classes Important
systems use by any Natural History Tea :
organization anywhere. Many of 3. Now place the left foot about I and cause "Johnny, what do bats do in I classes are important to
these men work many additional 12 inches to the left side, and toes. If ?" i beginners since the first con-
hours to make sure the squadron'sarmament count three. I lers are Johnny: "Split, if I of the individual is, or
you I
is in 4.0 shape. 4. Bring the right foot up to ing long them." t''i' be, to know where when,
I the left, count four. and under what conditions
I Here Is a simple trick to Remember will be safe; second, to N
Inter-Service Transfer in turning: If you want Comdr. PeltierAs the skill to meet these

Deadline Is July 9 I to turn to right, look over your without danger to ..
right shoulder.The and third, in case of
Washington (AFPS-Commis- girl's part is just the opposite Officer he wishes to know how
_. sioned Regular Navy or Naval of the man's. When the man his own life. When he /
Reserve officers of the Medical, starts back with his left foot, the Comdr. achieved these objectives, the
Dental, Nurse, and Medical Ser- girl starts forward with her right merly Inherits Big Job should be. interested in
vice Corps have until July 9 to foot. construction Commander Peltier, who I how to save others.
request transfer to another Instructions for the Magic Left office of all the groundwork for the McDermott, BM1 will
branch of the Armed Forces.In Turn are just as simple: has taken Mayport-Cecil Field-NAS Jax the list of instructors. Mc-
making the announcement, 1. On the first count step for- Public program, which '1ott. a professional! swimmer
the Navy said that Public Law ward on the left foot, turning Comdr Congressional approval, diver has appeared in sev- ,
779, 81st Congress, which author- left. Place your entire weight on been given last Friday b:' the "'weter-ehbws,recently in the
ized inter-service transfer of that left foot. 2. For the 'second "In the sonville 'Chamber of < these personnel of the Army, count step back on your right here I oranJzationfTi real*ntedt,' ?*.WV" stars as Wally
Navy, and Air Force, expires on foot.. 3: Now, place _the left foot catch up on ; u PIa. ,,lit)" Slt+lth.
that date. about.;12 ,"inches to the' left side, program. to : .:"1 : ItPif .!Staff
-x- couftt't* '0'4.( Bring right pot >Anw H CH'*" 4 -tractors will be "
: ( :-'j."t i'b R' l ,t > : *: .f-jiinmn. ; .AN and Gil

'" r) ,. ,-: AN. Nash has served
rA nr <" ) instructor and, life guard:
>1Vbefe.expansion. of Naval Air Station Ala-
"v- vation of California and several
41tr r' ": -expanded Fuel Oil in Long Island, New York.
1114iit4S sv 9r-A 1rveK.ot nee o at Mainside was a former water
.
ry w other expansions instructor for the Ameri-
Commander Red Cross as well as swim
__ his vision and deep and diving instructor for
l (Visit the Red Shield, Service- of the functions YMCA in Ohio.
? men's Club topside, Navy-Beach important military as life guards will be r
Bus Station, 'corner Clay and Ad did at all times insist Funk, AN; a former life
ams. Consult the bulletin boardIn original design be so at the University of Miss-
the club 'on your next visit to that future and Everett, Washington, r
not be hampered by
town). the famous Newton Perry
Thursday, May 3 limitations of too little" and John Laffman, SA
building .
Singing Wheels Club, transportation of Governors and the Paul Heflin, AN. Laffman '.
to the rink. the past two years has v
Affairs Committee of
Friday May 4 as a life guard at West
Chamber of
York New swim-
Informal dancing and television Jersey
hows. extend to him pools. ,Heflin has served as
Saturday, !May :5 for outstanding guard with the U. S. Army
had done as Public Works
and Force in the Philippines.
Open house, ping-pong and officer in charge I
shuffleboard; 2000, Saturday night for the vast
f dance. in the Jacksonville New Shop Moves
Sunday, May 6 ,'-
1000-1200 Java hour: 1700.1730,
Site
New Mainside
Vespers; 1930: singing around the THE GOOD OLD DA ..

piano. Chicago ('PS-To Not New Shop, now oper-
Monday, May 7 C 68th year in the by the Navy Wives' Club
Bowling Club, transportation to : a chain store be moved from its present lo-
the alley. the price of 15,000 In Dewey Park to its new
Tuesday, May 8 coffee for one day to the in building 39, adjacent to
Miniature golf course reopens, DEPARTER AND SUCCESSOR-Comdr. it was on the day they station bank.
transportation at 1900.1Vednebday right, gets oriented on his new assignment as In less than two hours Not New Shop will be
May 9 of NAS from Comdr. Eugene J. Peltier. left, was gone and many beginning May 8 for mov -
Junior hostesses In cha ra t-. for- an overseas post.) Commander Mann who seeking the and will reopen in its new lo- .

ft)*]. 11th Naval District took over the reins this fainted in the erueh. May 17.r r





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May 3, 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

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Va-175, Vp-861, W-J7J Fsrn 9, VI-671, Vf-742, Vf-172, Vi-41, Vi.741



Scouting Jacksonville( Area Squadrons




.. VA-175 of the squadron, James Krueger, l 'Y S
After six months hard ADAN, and Ted Lenhart, AA, VF-742
work, Lt. (jg) Tom Kilgariff are now patients at the Naval A big splash was had by all the '
last week
hospital. pilots in the squadron ,
has finished his "Plane Cap Vernon DeRonde, PN3, has received when they were checked out in nW
tain Qualifications" which i l his orders and will departfor the "Dilbert Dunker" in the Indoor

will probably be used by plane] his new duty station in July. swimming pool.

captains of the future.We Welcome aboard to Ensign John Maintenance has been kept
Roche. accepting new aircraft to
busy,
welcome aboard, Lt. (jg)) to nor- .
bring our complement a r<
., Robert Fitch who comes to' 175: Fasron 9 mal and keeping the up planes already { y
\ from ComAirLant, also Henry Anyone interested in going oran here in top shape for use
I Byrnes, Jr., AE2 who was formerly alligator hunt should contact by all the pilots.
an instructor at AE. "A" I Chief Kasner immediately. He is Now TAD orders is Gordon
school.'at Memphis for of 20 and on
I asking a party men NAS
Melchoir, AF2 to the photo
Assuming their duties In be well checkedout
new wants them to Hunter to Nor-
lab; Lt. (jg) Bob
an efficient manner are George with a 30/30 rifle and be expert folk and Forrest Willis, PN1 to
W Beaver, AMC; Fenton U. riflemen. Norfolk.Lt. .
Berry, AMC; Fred W Dance,, According to the chief the alli-
ADC; Martin F, Java, ADC;; gator "is a ferocious critteralltwo (jg) Hunter who was only 1,
Lloyd C. Mann, ADC and Carl F.. feet of him and I don't wantto recently promoted to his present

Mattias, ADC, who have reportedto tackle the monster alone". rank, along with Rex Rowell and -',<<- ....-..-.", L
the squadron since its return The 'suds & chow' get together. Mike Glagola, will end his happy
from the Mediterranean.An for all hands in the squadron has bachelorhood on May 12 and join CONGLOMERATION OF TUBES, GUAGES-This new timely
ill afforded loss will be been scheduled for tomorrow. A the ranks of the brown-baggers device called an oxygen regulator bench tester checks oxygen
George Dangleman also received regulators for leaks that under circumstances
ATI who will be small assessment of one dollar any may cause
John Jones
for instructor per man was collected on May word of his advancement to trouble in flight. Clyde R. Smith, PR2, tests the oxygen tester of
leaving shortly the rank of Lieutenant. Fasron Six: located in the Parachute Loft.
first and given to welfare and
duty at NATTC "A" school in F -
Memphis. Jones did a fine job recreation to enable them to

.. during the last cruise when he handle the detailsA is being conducted Bill Wrenn,VF-172 AN, has been trans- Oxygen Regulator Bench Tester
time survey
spent a great deal of his ferred to Fasron Nine and Cecil!
instructing the men in the Elec- among Fasron 9 personnel to determine -

tronics department.We Baccalaureate how many Degree of the holdersare squadron from G. Irwin the, same ADAN squadron.Pat has returned. At Loft Time-Saving DeviceAn

are glad to have aboard with
Creamer is now us
Ens. Harvey Sager and are await- nineteen years old and thus SN oxygen regulator bench
Leon Naylor
TAD and ,
ing the arrival of Lt. (jg) Charles fill one of the qualifications for on has just reported aboard. Dan tester, which is one of two such Now learning the difficult op-

O. Conway, who is currently in DCS. McWercher on the other hand has units at NAS Jax, has been eration of the intricate device
sick bay at Jax. I been transferred to VP-741. Ber- erected in the Fasron 6 para- with its myriad of tubes, gauges
On Friday, April 27 the squadron VF-671 back from chute loft, resulting In consider- and valves are Harold Buckner,
nard Jennings came
had a blowout at which a Now no longer a completely reserve after married to a able saving of time previously PR3; Johnnie Hardwick Pita,
leave getting
high old time was had by all con- squadron, VF-671 was bol- required in routine. O & R test- and Joe Gill, PRAN, who will
'., cerned. stered recently by the arrival of home town lass. ing. be called upon in the future to

't Back from the Army, Ens. Bob a group of regulars. Most of these Our Dewey personnel Lawing wish, AD3 to all extendto the Installed by Clyde R. Smith, make tests with the machine.
from various other .
new men are
Alexander has just completed a I I
stations and schools. success of his entrance into para- PR2, and Homer Parker, PRC,
three week course at the Army school at Lakehurst, the time-saving device checks
chute riggers
has been
Gustaf G. Lindstrom Newest Booklet
Chemical Center at Edgewood,
for leaks that
to Sam regulators
promoted to AD2, Ralph S. Duffyto N. J. A speedy recovery oxygen
Maryland. AK3, Thomas W. Goolsby to Alexander, AD3, Walt Mann, SN, under any circumstances might *
I AOU3 and Leroy D. Stewart has and John Thompson, AO3 who cause trouble in flight. o-IJuncllcs
VP-861
AE3. have been transferred to the Na. Erection of the machine has -
advanced to
Yardarms, sidearms long arms, val Hospital for treatment. greatly increased the safety features -
Dearman Clint Hancockand
Billy ,
or short arms, it was suffering S of equipment for
sore arms last week for the per- Doug Harding former AA's VF-41 flight personnel.the oxygen. About Navy LifeThe
have been found qualified in all
sonnel of VP-861. The entire
After Lt. (jg) John Sullivan
squadron had spent most of last respects and have joined the posted a phenomenal rocket Anchorage last Friday, where age of padded recruiting
ranks of Airman fitst.
Thursday afternoon standing in during the festivities the officers
score, marksmanship became a propaganda seems to have been
line for their S. O. S. (ShovingOff Immediately' after shipping i i favorite topic around the squad were bested several times in vol- left somewhere back in history
over for six years, George Rake-
Shots) leyball. When "chow down" ar-
with the passing of coal stokers.
As usual the bark was worse straw, AN, took off to Atlantafor ron.One rived however
one
'Daniel Boone' casually no gave The Navy is issuing a series of
than the bite for some of the a ten day leave with his fam- mentioned he had bagged five ground and all concerned rang upa booklets which explains Navy kfe-

men, after being punctured, could ily. quail on one rise while in Miss-' good score.VP741's in a "stralght-from-the-shoulder,"
say gleefully, "It didn't hurt a issippi and another related how softball team balancedthe "pull-no-p.unches" manner.
'y bit". before falling flat on his I Recruiting Cyclists easy it is to make a pattern withan books in their last game witha The latest is entitled "Career
face. No one complained though, 3-3 record.
ancient colt shooting from
"
Plotting Sense. In this one, they
until it was announced that all For Civil Defense Work fifty yards, that can be covered The noon volleyball games
tell of the of well-
advantages a ,
hands would have to return for with silver dollar. One thing have been going to Chief Hall-
a planned Service career As an example .,
more shots this week. I Motorcycle enthusiasts have led to another and soon some mark's line crew and the other
invitation to of the straightforwardnessof t
been given an join departments seem powerless to
been
astounding feats had ac- I /
VF171A the new squadron of motorcyclistsbeing complished. Naturally the squadron stop it.Personnel. the material therein: "'
twelve pound four ounce formed >by the Civil Air Pa- is awaiting the proof of these were inspected by "Probably the first thing that
baby boy has arrived by way of trol for air-to-ground liaison workin accomplishments.Lt. the reserve command on April28th should be said here, just for the

.. stork express and is now revise connection with civil defense. Duncan Bagsdale, softball marking the last stand of record, is that nobody, J'f'tW'et
ing the home life of his father Civil Air Patrol squadron six is manager, has reported to NATTC, 'VP-741 as a weekend warrior
and mother, Charlie Little, TN, a motorcycle organization with an Memphis for a course of instruc- unit, for the squadron became a '
". and wife. eye to the future and a vital pus- tion in aircraft maintenance. complement of FAW 11 on May
We regret to report two men pose, serving liaison duties with George L. Gladish, ADAN, of 1st and therefore a fleet unit.CUTE I
CAP air squadrons in their various Jacksonville and Clarence C.

missions and maneuvers. The Matthews, AA, of Eastport,
cpO cycle squadron will carry out Maine, has arrived in the squadron -
I I emergency as well as training and were assigned to the line f I
tasks. '
division.
NOTESThere Membership in this new out, it James E. Stoltz, AD2, received !
is pointed out, will in no way in- his orders this week and will report t' j tHE

will be a hard times par- terfere with military duties of to a lighter than air squadron
ty Saturday May 5th Costume anyone on active duty in either on the East coast. Previously I
Prizes will be awarded. A free the Navy, Marines or Army. serving at Tillanook, Ore., and at 3

buffet at 2000 will be followedby Interested motorcyclists can tfAS, Lakehurst, N. J., Stoltz a t \ ,
music for'dancing by Russ attend the meeting any Thursday joined VF-41 when it was commissioned -
Allen at 2030. The menu will be night at 2000 at the Jacksonville in Sept. 1950. Best of
announced later. Naval Reserve Armory at the foot luck from all hands in your new

The usual Bingo Game will be of Hendricks Avenue in Jackson- assignment. I If II GET GoING
held Friday night. There'll be a ville, or can contact Jack Kulan Donald H. Johnson, SN, of dinner dance with free Juke Box or Bob King at Florida Motorcycle Bronson, Iowa reported aboard 4 II t

music from 1600 until 2000 Sun- Company, or call Robert Hall, from Fasron 3 and was assignedto I nobody, Jaaa ever made a fortunein

day. AO1, at ,Extension 2r7711. the administrative r -department. i the Navy since they abolished

VP-741 prize money. And nobody ever
will, period."
A squadron party was held at I
But the comforts of retirementpay
f are explained by". it you
C Men
Two NAT T stay with the Navy, there's no

reason why you can't' afford ,the
Cited For Efforts < same brand of kickapoo juice, If
i that's what you want; and in -the
NATTCenter OscarW
Two men cigar line you can smoke El
Beard AN andJoseph J. ij
Smoke Float, 'the cigar of men
AA have received letters -
,
Bredestege, j, who deserve the best.: ,
commendation from
of In addition to its light, to-the- :
Com dr, Eugene J. Peltier, NAS ,
of the g
point manner presentation,
Public. Works officer for out- .L
booklet is packed with humorous
work accomplished by
standing i line drawings illustrating the {
the two men while on temporary ; i '
ArTS .

i c; ) 'Iti Works additional commendation Department.The duty with. was the Public deliv- s a copy.Rear( Admiral) 4 DuBose


ered by Capt. Lester K. Rice, FS Named BuPers Chief
commanding officer of NATTCenter .\'
last Wednesday. The men ji Washington (AFPS-Rear Admiral .,
were on a loan basis to PublicWorks Laurance T. DuBose, USN,
: while the reactivation of ill: \&s been named to become Deputy ,
I $ NATTCenter was in process. ;:,- tJr. Chief of Naval Operation :

; Beard, a native of Beaumont, ___ .. -_. -..:::....- ([Personnel) and as Chief of the I i
Texas, entered the Navy in :Mayof Bureau of Naval Personnel. l. '
I 1943 and after a tour of dutyIn CHICK-Pretty red- President Truman has nomin '

..... t l the Pacific area, went'' back to haired Wendy Waldron poseson ated Admiral DuBose to the grade ,

.. ",,,,,, ,-, ,'. -------_ Vf. civilian life in March of 1946. He a California beach In her of vice admiral while serving in c". '
CITED FOR WORK-Capt. Lester K Rice, left, commandingofficer reentered the Navy in December' "Tight as Paint" swim suit. The that capacity. He will rtliev t'.4'
J of NATTC offers his congratulations to Joseph Bredestege 1950. young Hollywood actress is Vice Admiral John W. Roper at i
,. AA, and Oscar W. Heard, AN, for the letters of commendation Bredestege, hailing from Cincinnati waiting for someone' to join which time the latter will revert ::'j i ito
' >p.. they received for their work while on temporary duty with Pub- Ohio, entered the Navy In her. (Now where did I pack his permanent grade of rear :
; lie Works. October 1950. my bathing suit) admiral. w at

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1 lily F Down Rival



Fla. State I
ServiceWILL
4 x .#..
HARRIDGE president ot the American League, declares

lie is not a candidate for the job of high commissioner, succeeding Playing their finest brandof

A. B. "Happy Chandler, present "lame duck" boss. I'm an ball of the campaign, the
cornmisskmer is his comment. *'A com- Jax Navy volleyballers

has to be neutral" trounced their Florida State
of .569
I L. A. with a percentage
: Ewell Blackwcll known as the to 548. After Crowder's orde, { University opponents in three

'"Whip": in National League pitching the league directors met in a ape' out of four games in a series
I : circles, is paid by the Cincinnati cial session and voted to end the

: Red on a 12-month basis season on a Sunday, July 14th. J played at the Mainside gym .... ,

Practically all ball players take .. I last Saturday.

the full If Mickey Mantle, rookie sensa Suffering a defeat earlier at
amount in ton sticks with the New York: the hands of the F.S.TJ. club for

semimonthly- Yankees, hell be the first witch the state A.A.U finals, the Filers

hitter of prominence since Marl; retaliated by beating the collegians .....

checks between : Koenig. Originally, Mantl,I -M"'I ". ,_..a. a. 15-5, 15-10 and 15-13. ,
mid-
was a righthanded batter As he Florida State won the second
April and CIVILIAN GOLF KING-Herb Pinney, left, station civilian the
explains it, as a kid, he batted contest 15-7 and was leading
Oct. 1 against his grandfather a south, golf champion: accepts the championship trophy from Comdr. Navy squad in the fourth, when
Northwestern- and his dad who threw Porter F. Bedell, NAS executive officer during a recent ceremony. the NAS team under the leader-
'',: righthanded.paw So he switched Herb bested his brother Rod, In the finals 4 and 3 i. win the crown. ship of Torn Abbott and the spiking
University Trophies were also presented to flight winners and runners-up and of Ralph
to suit the pitching. Switcl and rebound playing
see a I hitters used to be much more common lew medalist. Callahan, John Cram and Dick

record foot, In the big top. The trend In; Baer, came from behind and

ball seasoni baseball as in football, has been copped it 1513.

n 151.1 toward Individual specialties Airman School Ship's Cot 'This rivalry is now in Its second -

.nome' Which explains the offensive and year, with both clubs taking
,L Ewell Black-well ache d u 1 ehighlight defensive platoons surging in -.nd two apiece In 1950. During the r'

out of football fields.o. Also< past season, F.3.U., state cham-
games with both Army and Navj it accounts for the baseball strat Students Set NATTO Pace pions, have won 30 and lost 15

Yale's Herman Hickman has egy which calls for a righthandechitter of their scheduled matches.

Just moved into a new ranch type when a southpaw is working On May 11th, the sailors will
home near New Haven which h I on the mound and, vice versa With two weeks gone by In the NATTC Intra-Mural Softball south to West Palm Beach and

has painted red "To reminc Today you almost can count league both Airmen School Students and Ship's Company teams go participate in the State Invitational -
me," he explains, "of Harvard 361; major league switch hitters or stand at the top of their respective leagues with a record of 4 vic- tourney. In this event will

days a year" Lou Nova, the fingers of one hand. tories and no defeats. be seen some of the best volleyball
former heavyweight fighter, is a look alike: Earl Tor- South.
Baseball Tuesday's American League played throughout the
squeaking through with a 14 to 13
sports writer now Deke geson, first baseman, and Murray games went into the record book victory over :Marine Air Detachment Last year the Navy was runner-
Houlgate, our west coast opera both of the Boston AN
Wall, pitcher, with Athletic and Recreation, Permanent Party.
tive, is dreaming up new schemes Braves. The jingle of the (P) Ship's Co., AO Ship's Co., up.'I' _
to attract baseball fans to early has been Funk Loses First
cash register so pleasant triumphant.With .
season games when the weather to the ears of New York emerging Don Funk on the hill, Ath- With Fisher and Cole combining Tars Host To Macon, t
to strike out 9 Athletic and
nocturnal
isn't too favorable for Yankee brass that the Bombers Air-
defeated
from letic and Recreation Recreation batters, Supply and Next
contests. They range may again try the West as a Montgomery
an idea to have the umpires ride spring training site within the craft Maintenance, 15-7 as Big Material lashed out with 10 hits .
Jack Sheridan led the assault with Jacksonville Tars return to :
Don Funk to hand the The
horses, a la Paul,Revere, throughthe next few years. Sammy against
3 hits, Huffman with two bingles, their home grounds next Tuesday
streets prior to evening games, has made more out strong right hander his first defeat
Baugh money
and several outstanding plays in week's road trip for a big
after a
shouting the battery identifications : of football than any other player of the season. McElyea;,,
the outfield was the star for the Sonnier and Fisher each collect seven-day home stand.
to longer seventh inning And kept it too! Dutch
stretches The horseback of Detroit Maintenance crew. The ed two hits for the winners, while Ben Geraghty's lads take on the
Clark University
new
was Funk's third win in 'iC'tory.. Laffman Hlabse and Stein col.' defending champion Macon Peaches
ride for the umps could be okay football coach, also will double as ,
for ballyhoo but it also might en- the athletic director. Stein and Falvey shared lected two each for the losers. in the first of a three-game
It catching. :Morton and Wallace series Tuesday and follow it tip
tail armed escorts. M The batteries in the game were
the battery all the for set with the
way
were with a four-game
would present an opportunitythat Fisher and Cole with McElyea do-
Now that the bonus rule has Aircraft Maintenance
certain rabid fans couldn'tresist. look for I ing the catching for Supply and Montgomery Grays.
been eliminated, major
send of With Perry of ANP) Ship'sCo. Material. Funk hurled for Athletic The Tars, who are making their
flub to some
league and Erickson of Personnel I and Recreation with Stein strongest bid in recent years meet
their star back to
youngsters pitching superb ball for their re- test in the Macon-Mont-
r. K, Wrigley, the chewinggum the minors for seasoning. spective teams, the AN(P-Per and Falvey doing the catching. a real series, since both clubs
Entering the.inner's circle for gomery
magnate and boss of the Where they should have been
sonnel game was one of the most at the top of the heap. r
the first time in four starts, Dis- are riding
Chicago tubs, thinks the westcoast all along. .
far this
thrilling games played so is the Sally league'snewest
definitely has major .. pensary Dental squeezed by Air Montgomery
season in loop play. Craft Maintenance, 12-11. Cole member, having replaced
league possibilities. In fact The National Collegiate (NC- ANP) Beats Personnel had led the teeth pullers' 12-hit Greenville, S. C.
he commits himself thusly: AA has amended its rulesto
) group
with a late
ANP) finally won attack. Cutcher was the winning
"If I had to choose between selling .' permit college boxers or high 6.%. Bush- direction of Chief McDougall, defeated
seventh-inning rally, : pitcher with Johnson doing the
the Chicago! and Los Angeles 1 school graduates to compete while ell led the hitters for ANP) with catching for the Dental lads. Mor- AE Ship's Co., 8-5. Schu-
franchises I would sell the In the Armed Forces without im- dell was the winning pitcher while
2 hits, while McGiffen of Person- ton suffered thje loss for Air
Chicago ('.bs. Lo Angeles, I. pairing eligibility The rule nel also whacked two swats. Craft Maintenance. Sullivan of Hackett took the loss. Beck, with
believe, has a greater future" was made retroactive to April, two hits was the hitting star for
Air 'Craft Maintenance 3 hits.
This t* a but Veeck Hitting the winning trail for got of AK "A" ..
may only story 1950 Bill formerly i 1st Lieuts. Wagoner
the report emanate! from Deston' of the Cleveland Indians, names the first time in three outings, AOShip' Combining two pitchers for 11 School also collected 2 hits.
strikeouts ANP) Co. eked,
Ship's
Co. defeated Dispensary
that the Brave are considering the "best ,
Leo Durocher
as man- AO School edged Training Facilities -
the Marine Air Detachment !
Dental 15-8 Lamb scattered by
as
hiring a female baseball ager I wouldn't hire myself" I 9-8 ANP) students continued
; ,
Permanent 14-13
with Ferry
11 hits for his first win of the Party, -
to fill in at home
the Harlem
Veeck
announcer who
accompanied their winning way with
and Beck hurling for the win-
And an ingenious Globe Trotters season. Gillespie was charged
games on a European their fourth straight victory,
gained his fourth
with the defeat for the Dental ners. Perry
Boston sports writer suggest a junket, recalls a game they to 11-8 win over AE
straight win of the season. Grinder coasting a
team. :Moody led the assault on
contest to select the gal who all-
with the
played Portuguese Intra-Mural Softball
and Budd hurled School.
for the losers
the Dental lads with 4 hits.
has the proper sob in her voiceto stars which the Trotters won, 55- to and through April
Standing
describe the tearful exit of 1 Supply and Material-Marine: with Pfeffer behind the plate. Miller up

a pitcher from the mound. 15 Permanent Party tilt ended in a led the attack for the :Marines 27th: :
LEAGUE
I 1 tie, with a play-off slated for a with 3 bingles; as Beaver Chap- AMERICAN '
Rain Takes Weekly later date. shaw and Perry each collected 2 Team. ". I.
Cadging onto a historical first Wednesday night's National hits for the winners. AN(P) Ships Co., ......._.._ 4 I 0
In baseball, officials of the Pa- Blind Bogey Play League encounters saw Training A4K Beats Marines Athletic Recreation S 1

cific Coast League recently reversed J. H. Bain copped the weekly Facilities, Marine Air Detach- Friday night's National League Personnel ?_.- 2 1
the final standings of the ment Students, Dispensary:Med- games found Dispensary Medics, Supply Material1 2
1918 season and awarded the blind bogie last Saturday with a ics, ANP) Students, and 1st 1st Lieuts, Athletic and Recreation Marine Air Det. (PP)- 3. 2

championship to the Los Angeles iet of 79. He shot a 95 and operated Lieut. office hitting the victory ANP( ) Students, and AO MD Ship's Co. ,.....,..___-. 1 2 ,

under a 16 handicap. Ad- trail. School registering victories. Athletic Dispensary (Dental: ), >.,., 1 3

Club.This move displaced the old niral Montgomery and Bill Chase Limiting his opponents to just and Recreation, with Don Ur Craft Maintenance.... 1 3

Vernon Tigers long gone from 5 hits, Schudel of the 1st Lieuts McDermott pitching defeated the,
the diamond but credited all of Jed for second place honors. office' coasted to a 9-6 decision ,:Marine Students, 13-10. JSplnks NATIONAL LEAGUE '

these 32 years with winning: the Montgomery shot a 91, picked 14 over AK "A" School. Schudel's was charged with the loss. Con- Team ,, I.
flag. for his handicap to give him his battery mate was Beck Camp-, tales of MAD led the hitting pa- AN(P) Students ___ 4 0

'The startling decision also '7. Chase shot an 83 and choseI bell and Meisinger went all the rade with 3 hits while Gordie Las- Dispensary (Medics) .,."...3 1

ball' I for his handicap.Bill : way for AK "A" School. Veneza sila of Athletic and Recreation Marine Air Studenta:1 11st
broke a tie in minor league
..._ 2 1
__
each two hits collected 2 bingles. Dispensary Lieuta _
collected
Baker scored double wins and' Lempe
for until the unanimous vote was
took for the winners. Medics dumped AK "A" School, AE School _.....___..__ 2 2
taken the Angels and Atlanta had in his day on the course He
__. 1 2
Recreation
shared honors for most circuit closest to the pin honors on No. Dispensary Connects 81. Liend limited his opponents Athletic
crowns. Now the count favors L6 when his ball settled three feet With each team collecting 7 to 7 hits. Mucherheide and Pick- AD: Ship' CD ___, 1 3 .

the coasters, 11 to 13. from the pin. ,He also won the hits, ANP) Students slipped by erall led the attack for the Medics AK 'A" School ____ 1 3 .
longest drive of the day' on No. A.E. Ship's Co., 6-5, with a late with Hays starring for the losers. AO School __ 1 3
halvedby
The 1918 campaign was 17, blasting a 260-yarder down 6th-innin rally. Ritchie went all The 1st Lieuts tram, under the Training Facilities __ 1 3 r
the "work or fight" order of "
the; middle. the way for ANP) Students.
General Crowder at a
Provost
Doc Rusk collected the longest Hackett and Cornett hurled for
time when the Los Angeles and I I
Vernon ,clubs were neck and neck putt of the outing on No. 18 with the the defeat.losers with, Cornet receiving Quiz Has First Feminine WinnerThe

race Vernon led a 20-f ooter.
la the pennant
Blasting two AO School pitchers Jax Air News Sports This week we Inquire once

I : VARSITY COPS 2nd CITY WIN swamped for 24 runs AO, Dispensary School, 24-8 Medical be-- Quiz had its first feminine winagain of baseball history and

hind the 5-hit pitching of Gene her last week. come up with this question:

Jax Navy's softballers, after. eau singled to send in Stewart and Guziak. Guziak also led the hitting Mrs. Violet M. Johnson, secwhat player, still active, has

trailing 1-0 until the top of the put the Navy in the lead. attack with, four hits. Marine ; retary to Capt. Lester K. Rice, seen the longest continuous

seventh, made use of three errors Duval managed to stay abreastby Air Detachment Students, commanding officer of NA'I'TC, service in the major leagues

and five hits to hand Duval Motors scoring one run in the last of with C aut her 8 -on the rubber became the first woman to an- ,The first correct answer to
a 4-2 defeat Monday In anightinning the seventh, sending the game into edged AS: Students, 10-9. Doyle ewer the sports quiz: since its
overtime City League extra innings. Walsh, Navy's and Boyder tolled for the losers origin a year ago. the sports question wins a full ,.

fame. It was the second win in I leadoff man in the eighth walked with Boyder the losing' pitcher. The correct answer given by course meal at the civilian cof-

five starts for the defending cham- I and scored on two consecutive er Perez and Sptnks led the assault I Mrs. Johnson to the quiz: eteria good any day of the

pion Navy nine. for the Marines, while Mohoneyof "Where will, the 1952 Olympics week/

With two men out In the seventh rors.Tirpack followed with a triple AE School collected 3 hits for be held distribu-
To insure an even
one-hit ball and after an interval of two outs, the losers. most of youWsiruSns"ilrea'dJ
and a game prac-
tically chalked tip for the Duval Stewart came to bat and singledin Thursday evening's American know the Olympics are held in tlon of the Jax Air News no .

pitcher, Navy's Gene Horton beat another run to make it 4-2, League games saw Supply and a different country each time, answers will be accepted prior

out a high bouncing grounder and the final score. Material edge Athletic and Recreation the last one being held Jointly to 0900 Friday, the day after

started a rally as Stewart came Luso pitched a tight game, giving 9-8; Dispensary Dental in London ('49)), and Zurich, the .
through with a hard hit triple to up only four hits and no slipping by Air Craft Maintenance Switzerland ('50). Publication.r' ,

.. bring in the tying run. Gerard- walks in eight innings of play. 12-11, and ANP) Ship's Co



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Mar 3, 1951 JAR AIR NEWS Page Seven



First Round Play : Fliers Drop Three


Completed In .


Spring Gyp MeetResults : To College Nine j jI


of play In the Spring: I 1
Cup tournament have been post : Despite rapping out twenty-eight base knocks in two '
".-. ed in all flights of men's andwomea's frays, the Fliers dropped a double header to the Georgia

first week competition of play. after the Teachers by identical scores of, 8-7, Monday at Statesboro, ;

In men's first flight play, Stu Georgia. The twin killing gave the Teachers the series, 3--1. 1
Reed upset Bill Foulk 1-up; Bill in four games played, and brings the Fliers record to four' j
Baker bested Ken Sutton by the wins and six losses_ for the season ;
same verdict; John Adams outlasted The Fliers travel to Savannah, :
1
Bill Chase; Wright: North Ga. today for a two game series The Navy men broke into the
won an easy one over Bob Theil:, with the airmen of. Hunter Air run column in the fourth frame
7-6 and Dave Moody defeated Force. They return to their home when Gushanas walked, Ziegler
Charles Harmon. 1-up grounds. May 12 to engage the doubled him home and Manning
J Craig McKee beat Clayton neighboring rival Green Cove o brought'Ziegler in with a single.
Riley, 1-up in the second flight; They added three more in the
Dave Sweeney easily downed o Mondays opening game looked fifth on four singles. a walk and ,j
Lester Platt 6-5; Dave Hender like it was going to be a pitchers a fielder's choice.
.-- son edged Andy Leschak, 2-1 duel. The bottom of the Duval was charged with the 1
and T. J. Lymenstull was vie- fourth, however, found the loss for the Fliers. Peacock went ;
torius over Bill Brockhaus, 4-3., Teachers exploding with six runs the distance for the Teachers. ..
All Flights Recorded SAf. < on three singles, an error, baseon o The Fliers lost the second gameof

Battling in the third flight, -.-.m"-__._ '"_A._ ...... .. _. ..........x...._""'..."""' ._y. __NT.-. balls, and a double by the the series with the Georgia
Teachers moundsman. H o 11 i s Teachers, 6-5, in a Saturday afternoon .1
Dave Mosier topped Court Morton "YER OUT "Gussle" Moran. leftffelder of the league leading Powell slammed out a round game at Mason Field, aft-
4-3. Julius Early won his VP-5 combine arrives at first base a mite toe late. Taking the tripper with two mates aboard to er winning the first one Friday,
match with Jim Mauldin, 2-up; throw is Jimmy Luck of VP-861. The VP-5ers trounced 861, 11-4, give the Profs a 6-run lead. The 4-1. ,
Don Howard won over Chuck for their sixth consecutive win in NAS Intra.mural Softball play. Teachers added another score in A costly miscue on the part of
Fonvielle. 1-up and Don Flynn the fifth on a single, an error Bill Saunders. Fliers right fielder -
rounded out the third flight,, and a base knock. along with some tough breaks !
beating Bob Woodall, 4-3. Homer Wins Fray were the major causes of the Fliers
.... The fourth flight found Yank JRX dm news, il The Fliers recorded their first downfall in the second game. j
Gage victorious over James Hendrix runs in the same frame, combining The Teachers broke the ice in
3-2. Norman O'Brmyan defeated lI three singles, a walk and a the second inning and produced a j
Jacob Robbing 1-up. J. II. home run by right fielder Joe run on a walk, stolen base, and a
Bain beat Bob Mix in a close Gushanas to produce three tallies. hit batsman. They added four
match, 1-up; John Zwatschka Ots The Fliers again pushed four more runs in the fourth frame. A t
had an easy time in besting. Dick t more runs across the platter in pair of walks and a single loaded '
Wheat, 4-4; Clark Martin topped the seventh. A walk, single, the bases for the visitors. The
Tom Burman 4-2 after a deadlock three bagger by Chet Neely, anda Teachers' second baseman, How
at the end of eighteen holes round tripper by Ed Karpinskitied ard Griner. then hit what should
and S. A. Fuhring beat Charles 0 the count, 7-7, and the game have been a single. but the ball
Roberts. 43.Women. went into extra innings I got by Bill Saunders In right field .;I
... Winners Listed Teachers backstop Don Duncan I I and before the ball got back into
In ladies" play Fuz Weber won promptly halted the proceedingswith : I the infield. the bases were empty,
T over Kay Brockhaus, 4-3, in the VP-5 Hospital Take Over a home run on a ball which I I and the Fliers were behind, 5-0.
first flight; Anne Clark had a center fielder Don Manning mis- Rally Falls Short
rough time downing Louis Ging judged.Becker'( I The Teachers' last tally came in
rich, 1-up; Martha Rusk beat went the route for the the fifth inning, when Maurice
Alice Lusk, 6-5, after an 18- Leads In NAS League Play Fliers and allowed nine hits. Strickland, right fielder, laid the .
hole deadlock and" Eleanor Rob- Clements was the winning I stick to one of Gushanas's curve
ertson outlasted Betty Holton, pitcher, balls and connected for his second
2-up. NAS Intramural softball action continues feverishly with VP-5 Lose Second I homer in as many days.
Second flight entries comingout The nightcap of the twin bill Lefty Joe Gushanas allowed
still on top of the American loop and Naval Hospital No. 1 in the National -
Bedell who of the nine hits and struck out twelve,
on top were Betty was practically a replica
circuit. Close behind in the American League is VF-41 whilein
I but was charged with his first defeat
beat Louise McWilliams, 4-2; first tilt. The Profs opened. ,the
Carol Watts' beat Jeane Harman. National play VA-175 and O&R are coming on fast. scoring in the second inning, of the season. Hank Weit- :
1-up, and Elaine Hillis defeated In American League play this I squeezing a run across on a single man got credit for the win of the !
Betty Koch. 3-2. week VP-10 edged VF-171. 8-6. pital has played and has been and two errors. Two more came three pitchers sharing the pitching -
Pat Herman emerged victor- With leftfielder Clyde Firestone largely responsible for Hospital'sfront home in the fourth on three chores for Georgia.
ius over Alice Hopkins 4-3 in hitting for three safeties, hurler running position. singles and an error. In Friday's game, the first with ;
Don Harkins had fairly sailIng the Teachers, the Fliers cut loose '
easy
the third flight Mary Howard FA W.ll nosed out Opera.tiCJnsFlight !
bested Mary Wheat 1-up, and for his fourth win. Art Weis- Division, 9-8. Bill O'Shea single collecting three for three. with eight hits to emerge-/ victorious I
-" took the loss for VF-171. Here is the league standings as 4-1.
man
Louise Thiel defeated Nancy of FA W-11 pitched five-hit ball
of April 30th: A set of doubles In the
VF-172 bested a capable Com- opening ,
Carver. %-1. to cop his third win of the sea ".
> FairJax nine, 6It was Sam son. Bill Headrick suffered the AMERICAN LEAGUE inning put the Fliers into a one-
Christopher all the way for the Tram W. L. run lead. Wilson opened with a
Golfers Suffer winners and Howard Buck going loss.VF172 pounded O&G, 19-8, with VP-5.-.6 0 double to center and Karpinski
the route for the losers. every man in the game hitting o VF-41 .._........_.._...__ 3 0 followed with a sharp twobaggerto
VF-41 outlasted 1st Lieutenants, safely at least once. Lenery Donnof VP-861 i ,. 5 2 left.
Second Loss 11-8. With five hit pitching, VF-172 took the win while Jack Fasron Six _.._..__..._. 5 2 In the bottom of the fourth, Bill
Chuck Shock gained his third win Farmer, who was relieved by Fred VP-10 _?_.__.._._____..-.4 2 Ziegler scored in the hit column
of the season. Third baseman Bill in the fifth received the FaetuLant ......______ 3 2 with a. sharp single through the
Of Breadben had three hits for the loss.Gayman Sam Daniels ,of O&G Fasron 109 ____..._. 2 2 middle. Don Manning matched i
: CampaignJax winners while hurler Tom Spokes three got VF-172 ............._._...-...------. 2 2 him with a one-base knock, and :
gathered three for the losers. hits.VP5 wins! 11-4 MAD _..__......._ 1 3 Chuck Webb sent Ziegler' across 0
Navy's links squad suffered Spokes was charged with the loss. VP-5 still VF-171 _.....__...__?,,_.?,?.. 1 3 the plate on a single.
its second setback in 12 outingsat Marines Win, 21-20 League leading un- 1st Lieut. ._.__,._...__._ 1 4 Two more runs were chalkedup
the hands of the University of VP-5: drubbed FaeTULant( ), 13- VP-861 defeated Crew romped 11-4.over It a strong Skip ComFairJax .-_._.._ .1 4. in the eighth on a wild pitch,
Florida 31-5: on the latter's 9.' Skip Alexander gained his Alexander the was for the O&G ....._............._...........-.0 4. an error, a hit batsman, and two
course last Thursday. The Ga- fifth win of the year. Also helping winners to his way sixth win of NATIONAL LEAGUE:: singles. After Karpinski was hit
tors' win evened the count with cop by a pitched ball, he went to
with the win, Warren Conk- the season To help with the win Team W. L. sec-
the locals who took an earlier season lin, centerftelder, had a perfect Warren Conklin and Rascoe Hospital _..__m._....__ 6 0 ond on a wild pitch, Ziegler i
match between the two. day at the plate with 4for4.. Fae- Griggs hit for 6 of the team's 9 VA-175 ?.........__......_......... 4 0 rapped out a single and continuedon
However, the locals rebounded Tu's first baseman Hirscher collected hits. Catcher Bill Wood hit for O&R _.._.__..........___..._ 2 0 to third on an error. Don
from the Florida loss to trounce three hits. Jim Carnes was ,the.circuit to acocunt for three VF-173- 4 1 Manning pushed a safety throughthe
Stetson University, 33-3, here last the losing tosser.In runs. NARTTJ 2 2 box to bring Ziegler home
Saturday.In the National League this Bob Oliver started the game for FAW-11 __ .... 2 2 ,with the Fliers' final run.
the eight-man team match week 'Marine Security in an endurance 861 and was charged with the Oper. Flight Div. 2 2 With one out and nobody on, _
with the Gators Bill Foulk was test, beat out Photo Lab, loss, but was relieved by Chuck Oper. Aero __________ 1 2 Maurice Strickland hit for the circuit -
low medalist with a 72. 21-20.. Angelo Porno gathered Bollegar in the second. VP-861's Mar Sec....___________ 1 2 to spoil Webb' bid for a
0' In the defeat of Stetson, Foulk, three safeties for the winners and catcher Cotton Harwell was the Supply __.._ 1 3 shut-out.
station champion and No. 1 man LeRoy Kase hurled the win. Don ,only man to hit for more than a Oper. Photo Lab. 0 4 r .
set a new course record for the Archenbronn of Photo Lab accepted Sixth ND Boxing
r back nine with a blistering 31. He the loss. ,
finished the first nine in 40 Ben Kiasee of Naval Hospital
strokes 4 over par, to finish witha tossed one of the season's first no- Meet Underway at '
71 low medal tally. Wright hitters last week to hand VA-175
North posted a 75: Ken Sutton its initial defeat. In addition to s,. '
had an 82, while Bill 'Williams his 4-0 no-hit shutout win Kiaaee Green Cove BaseThe
carded an 82 for Jax Navy. has started each game the Hos-

Sixth Naval District Box-

I. Former Local Man First American Ing Tournament at which got underway .' -
Green Cove Springs yes-
M terday, and which Includes bat-
.. Across Line In Boston Marathon/ tlers from Camp LeJeune NAS
; Miami NAS Jacksonville, NAS
Pensacola, Green Cove Springs '
Final reports on the outcome of
the recent Boston Marathon failed minutes and 15 seconds. Laffertylast a O and Cherry Point, continues to- "1
to excite anyone at first glance, year finished fourth, while day and tomorrow
but. further scrutiny shows that with VF-12 at Cecil Field.Tanaka' Over fifty fighters from this
victory was the sixthin district are entered In the meet
the first American finisher for the
being held in Hangar 1$ at Green
second straight year to be John as many years for a foreign 4'W
Cove Naval Station. Some of the
contestant r
P. Lafferty aviation machinistfirst
,
finest competition In recent yearsis
class who was formerly with
VF-12 at Cecil Field. White stationed at Cecil Field I in the making for the three-day
last year, Lafferty kept himself tourney.The '
Lafferty brought recognition to in shape while training for the meet concludes with the
a the Navy for the second straight marathon by running from his championship matches! Friday;
,c 'year as he became the first American home to the field two or three' night at 2000, with aemi-finala!:
to cross the finish line in times per week, a distance 'of 0 set for tonight.:
the 26-mile, 385-yard marathon. about 14. miles.A M1N Service personnel and theirguests
veteran of 13 years Navy are urged to attend the
Nimble-footed 19-year-old Japanese service Lafferty has com a long tournament.
Shegeki Tanaka raced away way since he first entered any NET ACTION Giving their all Jim Nunn Tom Abbott, partially Freddie Farr, bantamweight;:
with first place honors in 2 hours, track events. In 1949 he won the hidden by Nunn and Diet Baer of the Jax Navy volleyball Bin Arwood, light heavy, and
27 minutes and 45 seconds. Laf- mile and half-mile in the All- combine watch anxiously as the ball goes across the net for a lightweight Matt Salvatore form
ferty, sponsored by the Boston Newfoundland Track and Field Florida State tally. The Navy crew blasted the Seminoles in three, the nucleus of the Jacksonville
-AA was second in two hours, 31 meet. of four games here last Saturday. Navy team. '



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? Eight JAX AIR NEWS May 3, 1951

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CLASSIFIEDBULLETIN Naval Aviation Recalls Many Achievements


As It Looks Back On Its 40-Year HistoryOn

t.
(Items offering for sale article the occasion of its 40tl 1 -

of property such as washing machines Anniversary next Tuesday I
automobiles, furniture, '
radios, clothing and the like I is'' MatS, Naval Aviation car

prohibited by Defense Department point with considerable prid<

regulations. This column will, to a history which has seer: It is with deep regret that we ..-

however, list such services as phenomenal developments ira ; bid farewell to our Public Works

available housing, rides wanted, short of officer, Comdr. Eugene J. Peliter
relatively
lost and found articles, and other span a man who has won the respect

similar notices.) years. and affection of all his employees.He .

FOR RENT May 8 was chosen as the official has been an inspiration and

Single rm., garage included. Mr birthdate of Naval aviation guiding light to all who have
Bowden, 2503 Dellwood, Phone because it was on that date ir worked with him and for him.
75626. 1911 that the Department of the His loyalty 'and devotion to the

Bdrm. & elec. kitchen for couple, Navy placed an order for the Public Works department will
"'
$50 month, 826 May St. Bessie Navy's first two aircraft with the never be forgotten. I
per Ph. 7-6048. Curtiss Company in Hammondsport He has been a true friend to
Ellington,
New York. each and everyone 'of us but
Venetia 532
Furn. 6-rm. house, ,
Diaz Place. Mrs. McIntyre, PI Of the two planes, which were duty calls and we must surrender -
called Curtiss Triads, one was eland him to an overseas post..Hetakes
8-5727. with him the best of luck *.
and the other an am
Furn. bdrm., Challen Ave., Avon plane Public
from the
phibian with retractable wheels; and success
dale. Mrs. Pezzulla, Ph. 2-0014 NAS Jack-
Works department, ,
and The new additions:
pontoon.
with
Widow will share home refined -
sonvilfe.
business girl in Avondali to the Navy were tested by the '. '
Mrs. Dunning, Ph. 2-6542. late Commander (then Lieutenant -
Suite of rms. and pvt. bath, some ) Theodore C. Ellyson, the Lcdr. C. C. Compton, assistant'PWO
cooking priv. Avondale Av< Navy's first qualified aviator, NAB-6, returned to work
Mrs. Black, Ph. 2-9946. Ellyson had been taught flyingby Monday morning after a recent

2-rm. furn. apt, 2318 Kings Roac the late Glenn Curtiss, an illness We are glad to wel-
Mrs. Milbauer Ph. 4-4745. early pioneer in aviation. come Donald H. and Ronald H.
Francis AA, twins, into the V-l
Sing. or dble. rms., 1628 Challei I -- ---------- -_
Ph. 2-5008. From this modest beginning oi: Division of Public Works. The
Ave. Mrs. Somers, PROGRESS IN NAVAL AVIATION-Comparisons betweenthe Mich-
Single or dble. rms., 1447 Avon two aircraft and one aviator naval old and the new are being made as Naval Aviation heralds its boys hail from the State to of John R. r .
Congratulations I
dale Ave. Mrs. Lee Schultz, PI.:. aviation has rapidly developed 40th anniversary May 8. What was then the talk of the day the igan. and his wife
to its present lethal striking Shedd, chauffeur
2-5930. NC Navy Curtiss Flying Boat just like the one piloted by Lcdr, who were presented with a baby
4-rm. apt. to share with business ability. A G. Read in his historic trans-Atlantic flight in 1919 is shown 20.
4233 Appleton, Joan Although the fleets of the Naval Aviation is depicted by the girl on April
girl, world's greatest Navy are today above. The modern version of Chief James Bannister (NAS
Ruthford. sleek F9F Jet bottom. Memphis Transportation repre.
built around the fast striking
for two business:
Furn. rm. one or
girls, 3816 Walsh St. Mrs. R. A. carrier task forces it was only carrier show its might Bellinger's plane was hit by sentative) departed to resume:
Brown, Ph. 2-0129. shortly before World War II that During World War II, carrier small arms fire, this being the his duties at NAS, Memphis, last

Furn. one bdrm. apts., 1816 N. the carrier with its striking air based aircraft wreaked havoc on first American naval plane hit week. The transportation Divis-
craft came into its OWP. Not until land operationsand during combat.In ion is well represented by key
2nd St. Mrs. Josephine Long; enemy shipping, members of the 124th Infantry
ANP) School, Bldg. 502, Ph the great sea battles of Coral Sea accounted for 15,401'Japa- spite of the progress being Division,
48th Infantry
4-5295. ((which by coincidence occured on nese planes which were destroyed made the United States Navy en- Regiment,

Single rm., kitchen priv. optional, May 8, 1942) and Midway did the in aerial combat or during tered the first World War with Army include National Warrant Guard.Officer These C.men R. ".

NAS Route. Mrs. Radvianskl, strafing and bombing attacks by only 38 pilots and 163 aviation Hubbell Warrant Officer F. H t

Ph. 8-2033. Positions Open For U. S. air groups. ratings, and 54 aircraft, none of Fussell; ; M/Sgt R. W Durham;

Single rm., 2811 Forbes St. Mra which were good enough for com- M/Sgt. A. J. Yarborough, and
once again
in the Pa-
Hagadorn, Ph. 2-3043. Here And now bat. ,
E.
Engineers is Sgt. J. Kiser
Sing. or double rms., garage, 213( cific, Naval Aviation spear- '
Dellwood Ave..Mrs. Thompkins, Vacancies exist in the Public heading the combined United Na- By the end of the war the These men will -8ttend summer
Ph. 7-4355. Works department at NAS tions Fleet in Korean waters. Navy's airforce had increased to training at Ft. McClellan, Ala.

Unfurn. apt., kitchen equipped, Jacksonville, in the positions of Navy and Marine flyers from car- 1,147 officers and 18,309 enlistedmen from July 8 through July 22. In
2147 Rivers BJvd. Mrs. Camper Architectural Engineer, GS-9, and riers and Marine land based and 400 aircraft. Encouraged addition to this, they attend

Ph. 9-3819. 1 Civil Engineer, GS-9, it was announced I fighters are furnishing close by the success of Naval Avia- weekend training to, prepare to
Furn. bdrm., 3338 Rondall. Mrs I last week by Industrial I ground support to advancing tion during World War I the meet any emergency which may-
Hertzmon, Ph. 8-9192. I Relations Department Memorandum troops while carrier-based jet I Navy Department embarked ona arise in the near future.

Bdrm., with kitchen priv. or shan No. 2451.Qualifications. fighters range at will anywherein program designed to build up We are sorry to report that
seven rm. house with working required for appointment Korea, preventing enemy use the Navy's air arm until duringthe Fay Jones of the Telephone off-
eple., 4312 De'Medici Ave. Mrs to these positions are of railroads highways I and second World War when Na- ice is on leave due to the serious
Anson, Ph. 8-5827. outlined in detail in the above bridges. Navy patrol planes fly val Aviation was second to noneas illness of her husband who recently -

Couple to share home with working mentioned memorandum.In round-the-clock while carrier and a weapon against agressor na- underwent an operation.

lady, $15 per week, Lake addition to professional experience > land-based helicopters are on tions. Fay's husband is confined to St.Vincent's .

shore. Mrs. LeGrand, Ph. 2-7216 required, the memoran- constant duty. of Na- Still another previous May 8 is Hospital and we hope ,-
3 rm. unfurn. apt., 627 Edison gum states, persons selected will During the early years significant in Naval Aviation. for' him a speedy recovery. Duffy
Ave. Mrs. Herring, Ph. 4-3248. je considered in other factors val Aviation little progress was when, in 1919 the Navy readied Quinn of the Record Section is
Business lady to share home with such as administrative ability in- made and most of the pioneeringin Lt. four flying boats for an Atlantic : vacationing in Los Angeles and

couple, 4734 Ramona Blvd., Ph tiative, resourcefulness, tact diplomacy the new field was done by theNavy's crossing. Twenty-one days later 'expects to be back sometime

2-4081, Mrs. Reed. Call after and the ability to get Ellyson, Lt. John and Rodgers Lt. ,JohnH. the famed NC-4 piloted by Lcdr.A. next week.
6 P.M. results through cooperation with second pilot C. Read reached Plymouth Willie Dauphin, Foreman
third
tiers well other factors Towers who bacame the he wasn't
as as England-the first plane in his- Transportation, said at
FOR SALE
pertinent to the effective performance pilot to fly .naval. .aircraft.. tory to fly the Atlantic a flight the dance last Friday. Well,
25 ft house trailer, $516.50. Chic; of duties as required by which is now made daily by mili- Willie your twin sure took a
Provencher, Empire State Trailer the position to which assigned. In 1914 an air station was estab- tary and commercial planes. wonderful spill for you. .
Park, Orange Park. Persons interested and who feel lished at Pensacola with a viewto .
'46 Travelo House traielr (Met they are qualified to fill these positions train a greater number of pi- P2V In May, 1949"Truculent the Navy's Turtle"was famed Last Class Graduates .r
al) with rm. attached. Mrs: should submit Standard lots in the new branch of the Neptune
Mondore, Ph. 2-4494. Form 58, properly executed, to Navy Before the air station was flown over the same route From Info SchoolAt
covered by the NC-4 pointing
Lease for 2 years, 2-bedrm. house, he Industrial Relations officer, finished however the naval avia- up
$110 mo. Unfurn. A. B. Floyd, building 907, by May 4, 1951. tors had their first combat ex- the progress of Naval Aviation in Carlisle BarracksCarlisle
NC-4 made
the 30 since the
Based aboard the USS years
Ph. 5-9637. Additional information concerning perience. its historic crossing. Barracks }'a. (AFPS)
MISCELLANEOUSRiders these positions may be Mississippi the aviation unit -Maj. Gen. Floyd L. Parks, Army
wanted to O&R from vicinity obtained by consulting the Industrial made reconnaissance flights over Chief of Information recently

of Murray Hill Theatre, Relations department mem- the city of Vera Cruz during the GIRL SCOUTSCARRY presented diplomas to the last
trouble. Lt. P. N. L.
via Park St. and R'svlt Blvd orandum. Mexican class to be graduated from the

Hrs. 0700-1530, Ranier Shop Armed Forces Information School ,
3105. Mrs. Pezzulla, Ph. 25874Riders I OUT here. !

wanted from Lake Forfest, When the students now ape-
Holnresdale or vicinity to O&R, THEIR MOTTO"To clalUts in the fields of Public
hrs. 0700-1530. Call 6-99992 Information and Information
after 4 P.M., Mr. Smith. Help Others At All Times" and Education left to rejoin

Ride wanted-4725 Merrifnac: Ave o -Girl Scouts of Troop 24 have home units,'the school 1f departed ,I
to NAS, hrs. 0730 to 1630. L. .f proved their worth in salt in to resume its function <

P. Teasley, Ph. 8-6119. : carrying out their code. In Its new home at Fort Slocum, '
Bill Ring wilt baby sit. Ph. Ext, The girls, all Navy children of N. Y.The.

8297. .4 NAS devoted 2V4 months of their Army War College will
Mrs. J. T. Register baby sitter, -w time making toys which were do- take over the facilities vacated

Ph. 8.0911.Experienced nated to the St. Mary's Orphan here by the Armed Forces Information
baby sitter Mrs. Her Home in Jacksonville's. This School.

ring, Ph. 43248. work was accomplished while also
, Passengers wanted from 1st and laboring for their merit badges. Traffic

Walnut Sts., Springfield or Riverside The toys consisted of various ,

hrs. 0800 to 1630. Mr !; animals, including tigers, ducks, Violations
" Powell, Ext. 8112; after 173* i : and fauns. The troop has already ,
65189.'Boot'. of
undertaken a new project
Listed below are the traffic vtolations
fruit baskets
weaving
committed aboard this station ,
,
21 has 14 members at
Troop for the period April 20 to
Camp For present ages ranging: from 1Z April 26.Improper.
\ to 11 year olds. ,New membersare '
Parking: C. J.
welcomed, announced *
Dental Officers always Mrs. C. O. Dodson, Springer, AMI; R. F. Smith, AM3; ,..
M. T. Crawford, ADF3; G. Green,
Farris bland, S. C. (AFPS)-j scout leader. held Pill; M. G. Forsyth; G. G. Bue,
Scout meetings are every
regular "boot". camp for new Na AA; E. W. Farrell CSSN
,:: vy, dental officers is now func Wednesday afternoon from 1630 Speeding:. J. D. Stempel, AT!.
,. tioning at the Marine Corps Reemit until 1730. Piano lessons will be I Failed to (Stop for :Stop Sign:
at that time'for"any member -
Depot. D. N. Moody.
;a The basic training course, interested by Mrs. Kerr, Multiple Offen e 8: D. E. Wilson -
covering a two-week nodule, t :aiti f fLi from the Protestant Chapel. AN; M. D. Primeau, AN; D.
classes'are
14 deigned indoctrinate new. Swimming held every G. Koleskl, AK3. ..
ly-appointed Reserve officers! Saturday from 0945 until 1045, Misc Offenses: J. T Wright, .
.
the girls to
enables earn
which
Into military life and naval DCS. h;
their life saving badges.
,
method .
: Current classes are a streamlined "" ..._ _............,_.._'___h w. _' _.....-.- Mrs. Dodson, with scout Mrs.leader Ralph
version of an experiment. Smith, assistant
conducted last fall whe:n GIRL SCOUTS AT WORK-Doing their best to carry out plan a picnic for the group andhave essary assistance.projects are on tap for
program Many
officer receive d their code 'To help others at all times/' Girl Scouts of Troop 21, asked for the cooperationof coming
24 new Navy mothers to complete the the girls in the summer
r, their indoctrination training. comprised of children of Navy personnel create and prepare toys the Father John J. Burns months with concentration on I
Toni Low- outing.
.. Following graduation the ne-v for the St. Mary's Orphan Home. Barbara Howard and Catholic chaplain has offeredtransportation their motto "Do A Good Turn
i dentists are assigned to navi LI Tf put the finishing touches to their creations before sending them and any other nee-. Daily."

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