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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 7, 1951
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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't Activate Reserve




Patrol Squadron



new member has been added to the muster roll of the

I Naval Air! Reserve Training Unit here.
Squadron 712 be- -
area, with most of them front
the newest "Weekend Jacksonville VP-742 Is a replacement -
squadron of NAR- for Patrol Squadron 741

as it was placed in which was ordered into active
in ceremonies military service recently.

VP-712 was the Mostly VeteransAll
pilots of the new reserve
squadron to be com- veterans of World
NARTU COMMISSIONS SQUADRON-The entire group of officers and men comprising I in than squadron are
more year War II, as are a majority of the
original complement of Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve Training Unit's newly commissioned
half at NARTU. enlisted men. However many of
I trol Squadron 742, is shown at attention during: commissioning: ceremonies last Saturday. I
Jaxoni
will take its place alongside NARTU's other "Weekend Warrior" squadrons as a replacement ( entirely of men from the enlisted personnel are
their military -
who first
Vr-711, recently ordered into active military service with the Regular Navy. Florida, South Georgia are receiving members this
training as pf
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Personnel Ready zIEE: Organized the commissioning Reserve squadron.At ceremonies

held at the NARTU Hangarat

NAS, Capt. Raymond N. Sharp
For Examinations NARTU's commanding officer,
I read orders authorizing him t.
II commission the new unit.
Slated For July Taylor Commands
Following reading of Orders,
Enlisted personnel this I Capt. Sharp presented Lcdr
--- ------ ---- -
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week began "boning" for the -- Goodwyn Taylor, commanding officer -
= of the new squadron, with
service-wide competitive examinations HTI a new flag bearing the t.quadro
for advancementto --- of VP-742.
-- ---- Insignia
-- -
pay grades E-.!, E-5, and VOL-9 No. 10 Naval Air Station, June 7, 1951 In his address to the men Capt.
E-6 which will be conducted I -- -- --- ---- Sharp brought out that replacing
---
I of VP-741 with VP-742 gave neW
throughout the Navy in July.
I r ':' members a tradition to live up LOtas
Examinations for pay grade :,; VP-741 was recognized as a
E-4 (third class) will be held on I first class unit. VP-741 placed
July 10; tests for pay grade E-5 first in the entire Naval Reserv
(second class) will be conducted ;, Set Training Command to win the Noel .
July 17 and pay grade E-6 (first Davis Trophy.
class) exams are slated for July Week Lcdr. Taylor, commanding offi-
24. I cer of VP-742, is a combat veteran -
Personnel eligible to competein I '.' of the Pacific area. lIe hat
the July exams include: .. rt. much do you know been a "Week-end Warrior" sine
1. For normal advancement to. mimeographing? 1948 and was commanding: officer -
pay grades E-4, 5, 6 Regular I 5)A esentatives of the A. of NARTU's Fleet Air Service
Navy personnel and Naval Reser- ; .
745
Squadron prior to his nonvInation
vists on active duty with the Regular Company will con- to lead VP-742.
Navy for geenral assignmentwho I. a combination visual- .
are eligible and recommended I of the
in accordance with BuPers Silver Star Medal
Circular Letter 12-50 (as modified e r methods of mimeo-
by BuPers Circular Letter here at NAS June
149-50 in case of Reservists 13. To Corpsman AlHospital

Eligibilities Listed r Q
class is to all Naval
open
Deadline for fullfilment of ser : I I and
vice requirements for advance F Corps personnel in the Jack, Naval
ments is October 16. 1951. Regardless employees
of actual date of ad- area, including NAAS
NAAS Sanford and The Silver Star Medal wait
vancement, personnel as a resultof I
the competitive exams con : Green Cove Springs, awarded to Hospital Corps
ducted in July will be consideredas FIRST CERTIFICATE Albert B. Beasley, one of 45: mimeograph ma man First Class Richard A.

having served in the appro- completed a four year apprentice training: course here at Bond in ceremony last Saturday -
priate pay grade since October was the first to receive his graduation certificate from Capt. % Instruction*
16. 1950. liam E. Kenna, left, Overhaul and Repair officer. Certificates I course will\ cover better by Capt. Guy E. Stahr,
2. For readvancement to former presented to the graduating employees at ceremonies last preparing stencils to pro- executive officer and acting
pay grades-Members of the --------- -- --- copy, proper operation commanding officer of the

Regular Navy who enlisted in 45 Get Diplomas of equipment, Naval Hospital.
grades lower than those in
pay beneficial ideas. Those Bond was awarded the medalfor
which previously discharged, I a considerable part of gallantry in action against the

who for are such eligible readvancement and recommended in- Groduol Lion Exercises preparing mimeograph stencils opera, or enemy rine division.in Korea: with First Ma-

accordance with existing regulations -
also invited to attend. The citation in part reads:

3. For qualification to enlistor Four Clares "For conspicuous gallantry anl

re-enlist in the Regular/ Navy Held For Apprentices will be held in the Ed- intrepidity in action against the
y for service in pay /grade in which Center, building 955 in enemy while serving with a Ma-
discharged from USNR Those The first two periods rine infantry battalion in Korea,
Reservists who reported for full Forty-five civilian employees started off the week I for June 12 at 0900 anJ on December 10, 1950 Hospital
active military service on or before the final two periods Corpsman First Class Bond, sere
October 16, 1950 and who are full-fledged journeymen mechanics after receiving held June 13 at the same ing as a corpsman with a weapons -
eligible and recommended under i Certificates of Apprenticeship in impressive ceremonies Each person need attend company, exhibited nuineroin!
existing directives. I I at Mainside Auditorium last Friday. period to receive the en- acts of outstanding courage an-1
Eligibility to participate in the --- devotion to duty
Awarding of the certificates, "While being evacuated by
shall be verified reference
tests bv of were C mdr. Porter F. in the Jacksonville!
to the service record of the and promotion was a climax NAS executive officer ambulance from Kotorl, Korea,
four-year apprentice training to have personnel for frozen (hands anti feet, and
a
(Please! Turn to Page/ 2, Col. 5)) commanding officer
program here at NAS for the 45 ing are requested to furnish a crushed knee, lie dismounted
Douglas T. Day; Comdr.
and with
ratings preferred
workers. when the head of the como.Vwa .
Included L. Mann, Public Works ; and date to the Ad-
Marines Set The graduatinggroup <* hit by enemy fire, and
Comdr. J. E. Hocli assistant
40 men from Overhaul and Repair officer, NAS Jax by moved forward "render first
department and five from (Please Turn to Page/: 2, Col. aid to the wounded and assistedin
To Release Public Works. The group in its their evacuation! to the regimental
four years of training received aid station.
study courses in mathematics, ap- With complete disregardfor
ReservistsThe plied science, English, U. S. his his own personal safety, in
tory trade theory, engineering sub-zero weather, he aided materially -
Marine Corps will begin drawing and similar courses!' plus! aai4 in saving lives of numerous -
releasing its first batch of eligi- special classes in familiarization wounded Marines. It was 12
gible reserves during the period of naval aircraft. hours later before he would permit -
June 11-20, it has been announc- Certificates of apprenticeship himself to be evacuated .
ed.Enlisted at last Friday's ceremony were A. Bond's courageous actions and devotion -
reservists to be released presented to the graduates by to duty were an inspiration -
are those who were assigned Captain William E. Kenna, Overhaul to all who could observe
to active duty prior to and Repair officer. him ."
August 1, 1950 and who qualifyas Johnson Gives Talk ,
veterans, or who are 26 yearsof Twenty-nine of the group were Il
age or Older before July 1, also presented high school diplo-

1951.Veterans mas by Thomas II. Dietsch, director t.r Radio Program
those who served
are of vocational education for .
90 days or more during World Duval County, under the coopera- F Beamed at NASA
War II, or at least a year between tive agreement between the sta- VZ
September 16, 1940 and June 24,
.. schools.
tion and public radio
new show beamed at
1948, or three years prior to July M1
1, 1951. William S. Johnson, executive the military and civilian personnel -
Officers eligible to be released vice-president and general man- of the Naval Air Station -
ager of the Jacksonville Cham- tIi is aired mornings over radio -
under the program in June will
be among those assigned active ber of Commerce delivered the \ station WMBR, 1460 on the '
duty before July 21, 1950. Service main address. Speaking on dial.The
'" "
requirements for release of officers "Jack s o n v 111 1 e .II Possibilities, program, which started
those for Johnson recalled developments '' last Friday, is: called "NAS
the
are same as '
enlisted men, except second lieu- during 1910-1950. I : R Time" and is heard from 0700-
tenants who have less than 21 Students Ilonoml 0710 every morning Monday
months active service. Officers' William J. Swanson, one of the through Friday.
ages will not be considered. graduates gave the Salutation, I rtRECEIVES Ted Chapeau dishes out the
Overseas Marine reserve per while the Valedictorian addresswas music and chatter. In additionto
sonnel eligible for release will be delivered by James C. Helms, I music, correct time, and the
transferred to U. S. for release.A president of the graduating class.. AWARD -, Capt. Guy E. Stahr Naval Hospital weather, "NAS Time" carries
time extension will be author- Swanson was tied with John 13. executive officer and acting commanding officer pins the Silver plugs on activities at NAS.
ized for personnel in combat, but Tubbs for highest average in the Star Medal on Hospital Corpsman First Class Richard A, Itond Publicity releases or request,
they must be transferred for release class for the four-year period during/: ceremony last Saturday morning Bond received the for tunes should be mailed toTed *
not later than June 30, it both with scores of 91.91. award for conspicuous gallantry in action against the enemy in Chapeau, "NAS Tun-
is pointed out Also on hand at the exorcises Korea while serving with a Marine infantry battalion WMBR, Jacksonville



Two JAX AIR NEWS June 7, 1951

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.,r y. 1 Report From Washington .It' "



Ja.IJ.--L. >>< '_::1_ ,.,' ,-- ,,..r. Seek To Regulate Service Pay By IndexNavy .


Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air i

Station. Jacksonville. Fla.NAS, Jacksonville To Receive 2,645 New Ensigns

Capt Douglas T. Day Commanding Officer '"
Comdr. Porter F. Bedell .Executive Officer By Armed Forces Tress Service lacking funds subject to checkage of the .cost ,.

Lt. Lorenzo W. Baldwin Public Information Officer Legislation to regulate Service pay in ac- against the individual's. pay.. y
Fleet Atr JacksonvilleRear cordance 'with the Government's cost of living
Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery Commander index has been introduced in Congress by Arrival of a contingent of 60 WAFs early
Capt. Allen Smith Chief of Staff Representative James E. Van Zandt, of Penn this month implemented the Air Force pro-
sylvania. The bill would permit the Presidentto gram of replacing airmen on duty in the Pen-
Fleet Air Wing Eleven tagon. Tentative plans call for further replace-
._______..._ Commander consult the cost of living index on May 15
Capt. Jesse S. McClure ____ ments at the rate of about 60 every 2 months
in the
Comdr. Joseph B. Tibbets __._.__.._.__.___ Chief Staff Officer of each year by the relation Career Compensation to pay. scale Act established of- to be increased later to 60 per month. Thereare
Naval Air Technical Training Center 1949. 475 positions on the Air Force staff even-
Capt. Lester K. Rice .---- Commanding Officer tually to be filled by women, releasing an 4
If it found that the cost of living has
__' .. Executive Officer is
Comdr. John A. Gamon, Jr. aqual number of male personnel for other
the index for
risen or fallen beyond figures
Naval Hospital
J. Wharton' Commanding Officer October 1, 1949, in excess of three per cent, duty. *
Capt. Dwight of the of Armed Services
Stahr Executive Officer an adjustment pay Legislation to authorize of
'apt. Guy E. payment a reenlistment -
.
members would be made as of July 1 of the J"diers
NARTU bonus to approximately 21,000 sol
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp Commanding Officer calendar year. r a and airmen who signed up for indefi-

Comdr. Laurence D Ruch ..Executive Officer The Army will reactivate the XVIII Air- nite periods prior to October 1, 1949 is under
in the Defense bill
The
study Department.
Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration borne Corps at Fort Bragg, N. C This famous was introduced in Congress in March by Rep.
World War II unit was commanded by the
building. Phone extension 8184. Paul J. Kilday (Tex.), and referred to the
Gen. Matthew B. Ridgway when it
Editor-Andrew H. Planey then Maj. Defense Department for comment.
Staff Members: John L. Almond; Barbara Rickman SN; fought in the Ardennes campaign in Bel- *
Gerald SN. gium, crossed the Rhine for action in the Overseas and Stateside airmen whose ex-.
The JAX AIR NEWS; U published weealy at the U. S. Naval Air Station Rhur pocket crossed the Elbe and made junc- tended enlistments begin expiring in July,
Jaekfonvllle. Florida, and printed commercially with non-appropriated fund tion with Russian forces on the Baltic in May,
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. may be discharged before the expiration date.
1945. It inactivated at Camp Campbell,
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe was The Defense Department is considering a planto
written permission of Armed Forces Press Seivlce. Republication of other Ky.. October 15, HMr"The reduce extended enlistment periods by the
mutter, except by service publications, U prohibited without permission of amount of accrued terminal leave. The 1950 -.
Nov.Editor 1945., JAX Copies AIR NEWS.are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the Navy this ;>mar will receive 2,645 new extension law extended by one year all enlistments .'
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit. Naval Auxiliary Air! Station. Cecil Field and ensigns the largest number jn any peacetime which normally would have expired
The JAX AIR NEWS li a member of the Armed Force ITtw Service. year. The Naval Academy June graduatingclass prior to July 8, 1951.
the U. S. Naval Hospital. will provide 696 and 1,949 will come .

from colleges and universities having been The Navy Unit Commendation ribbon has
educated at Government expense under the been awarded for the first time since the out
Holloway Plan for granting Naval scholarships break of Korean hostilities to a special operations
entailing an obligation for two years of group, Amphibious Group One, of the .
active duty, after graduation. Pacific Fleet. Recipients are an underwater
demolition team and a Marine Corps recon- ,
New Navy travel regulations will require naissance company from the First Marine Di-
that applicants for enlistment, rejected applicants vision.
.
and recruits traveling individually or S
in groups of two will be furnished coach class The Senate Post Office Committee has approved "
transportation for day travel. Upper tourist legislation to permit any Service member r

From Transportation, it is reported class berths will be provided for night travelif including Coast Guardsmen, to send first
that Tom Andreu and his 1c available, otherwise standard type berths. class mail postage-free to any destination in ..
wife left last week for vacation The same type of transportation will be pro- the U. S., territories or possessions. House ..
In Miami. Also vacationing! in vided for stragglers, deserters and personnel and Senate have yet to consider the measure.

Miami is Chief Sullivan and his
family. 7 PersonnelContinued
:Mildred Fowler, Margaret Sala i WeAend"t
( from Pare 1)Individual's
of Contract and Jo Eastman, for
enlistment.If .
current
merly of Public Works, pent the
due to recent reenlistmentthe
week-end at the Beaches and from ,
7H. | Notes service record of a
/Z pr prospective
all reports. they had a wonderfultime. / I candidate does not contain

sufficient information to determine -
Ethel Huffman, Job Order clerk, from
factors for
eligibility or
returned to work Monday morn I
multiple computation, necessary
ing, bubbling over with news of
information may be requestedfrom
her trip with hubby Herbert. She FUEL IN l"LIGIIT-Alrships MRBTUAirmen Chief of Naval PersonnelPers
visited her in-laws in Shenandoah have for some time been land- ( E3).

Valley, picked wild strawberriesand ed successfully on carrier flightdecks of NARTU Return From 90-Dav Cruise Pending receipt of this information -
ate them with fresh cream. but methods of refueling the individual's signed
Ethel tells us the North Carolina a blimp while in flight are Twenty-two young Airmen who Seven of the Airmen have already statement as to facts necessary to
mountains are beautiful this time something new. The blimp departed from NARTU Jacksonville ) signed up for duty in NARTU'snew establish his eligibility to com-
of) the year and the flowers are flies low, maintaining the same in March for a 90-day accelerated patrol squadron VP-742. pete shall be accepted and nomi-
out) of this world. course and speed as the carrier training cruise at the Ana- Five other Airmen ''have signedup nations submitted.
while the fuel hose is raised by costia Naval Air Reserve Training for another 90-day cruise I I

Verby Copeland of the Telephone cable. Gasoline is then forced Unit, NAS, Washington, D. C., which commences at NARTU,
Office is back from leave, having skyward by an electric pumpon have returned to Jacksonville. Jacksonville on the 20th of June. GraduationContinued

rested up for a week Joe the carrier deck. Charles Johns, AN, of Starke, This will qualify these young ( from Page 1) .
Wilson of the telephone office is Florida, reported that he was fed "Weekend Warriors" to attain a rector for Industrial Relations '-.'
on 2 weeks leave, spending mostof Total Disability so well by the Navy up at Ana- still higher rate in the Naval Air Bureau of Aeronautics, representing W"
it at home. He plans on) doing costia that he gained 11 pounds Reserve. Rear Adm. Thomas S. Combs,
some fishing and will report to us during his 90-day cruise. Remainder of these Airmen will Chief Of the Bureau of Aeronautics -

when he returns. : Income ExcludedIn Kenneth Brannan, AA, of Jack- be reassigned to the other NARTU and John W. Carson, acting
Sorry to report that the son of to the benefits'of
squadrons enjoy
sonville, thrown from a horse whileon Industrial Relations officer of the .-
Maimie Jones, operator, fell out liberty, was sent to the Na- their training. station.
of the family car Sunday under Insurance val General Hospital at Bethesda a Exercises began with the Invo-
the wheels of the behind them.It .
car and is being taken care of. AppropriateKeokuk cation by (Lt.) Chaplain John J.
was a narrow escape for him- WASHINGTON (AFPS-Total He is receiving all the benefits Burns, station Catholic chaplain
he suffered only* *minor* injuries. disability income will not be Included that the Regular Navy men re- Iowa (AFPS)-Work Music was furnished by the Joint

in the new premium-free ceive, including full pay while he ers sandbagging a levee at Can- band of the Florida Group Atlantic -
Your Recreation Committee is Government insurance, the veterans is convalescing.All ton, Mo., were entertained by a Reserve Fleet and Green Cove,
busy working" on another social Administration recently an- of the 22 men who partici- radio. The song being playedwas Springs Naval Station. James R.
for the Public Works Department. nounced. But personnel now pay- pated in the training cruise ad- "Shall We Gather at the Dorman, apprentice supervisor,
Anyone with ideas, please contact ing ;extra premiums for total disability vanced in their respective rates. River?" acted as master of ceremonies.
your representative. protection may retain this Graduates .and their invited .
Thought for the week: There'I benefit by continuous payment of guests enjoyed a dinner-dance at

are two sides to every question, the extra premium.The the Officers' Club following the
but most of the questions windily I exclusion of total disability graduating exercises. r .
debated in this happy land are income in the free coverage ap-
like the bass drum after plies both to term and permanent
you listen to both sides of it, you National Service Life Insurance Theali'Guide
still haven't heard much. policies.
I t Since the new law prohibits loss
of a policy-holder's rights under
TOO MANY
CATS existing contracts, the way re- :$
Cincinnati (AFPS) When a mains open for purchase of the Thursday, June '7

Jocal housing project became added protection provided it is ap- "Texas Rangers" .__.,... 'N --
overrun with mice, tenants acquired plied for before the five-year term ....._ .._.,..-.. George Montgomery
cats. The mice are gone period expires under the new law, Friday, June 8 ;
and the new problem i Is how to effective last April 25. I4 .FS ,y.Yfp 4y, f yf "Sealed Cargo".Dana Andrews ,- ,
Jet rid of the cats. While forms for making application axYy Saturday, June 9 I.
for waiver of premiums \ "Highway 301.Steve Cochran
under the new law have not Sunday\ June 10 "
DIVINESERVICES been distributed generally, the yty'y:'4. aj ti "Francis Goes to the Races" .._.. .. ." ....

Navy has authorized reproduction : _??_..._____.. Donald O'Connor
locally of an Improvised Monday, June) 11
form and the other Services are "Jungle Headhunters".TraveloguteTues.
expected to follow Milt. and Wed., June 12-13
AT THE STATION CHAPELS In the meantime, Congress has "Fabiola" _.._....Michele Morgan "\
Protestant passed and Bent to the Presidenta NATTCENTEIC
0930-Services. All Saints' Cha. bill under which future NSLI Thursday, June '7
"As Young As You Feel" .. _..
Sunday School) dividends will, unless otherwise re- uo
0915-Naval ...........__.
Hospital ChapeL quested, be applied to payment of _.-.. Monty Wooley .. .."
1045-All Saints ChapeL premiums rather than disbursedin Friday, June 8 : -
cash. This law would not af- "Highway 301.Steve Cochran
Catholic fect the dividend now in processof Saturday, June 0
0830-Mass, St Edward's ChapeL payment. "Sealed Cargo".Dana Andrews
0930: -St Edwards' Chapel (Cate- Personnel who request waiversof Sunday, June 10
chism Class). premiums on term policies or ---..--- "Gun Play" ........._..._.-Tim Holt

1030-Mass. St. Edward's Chapel the "pure Insurance risk" of per- FIRE IIOLIDAY SALUTE-One of the station's twin three Mon. and Tues., June 11.12
0645-Mass at Hospital Chapel. manent policies under the new inch guns "fires one" in a 21-gun salute during Memorial Day "Francis Goes to the Races" .-,_
Mormon law, automatically render their ceremonies. Manning the gun, all from Ordnance and Gunneryare __................. Donald O'Connor)

, Wednesday-1930-at Small Cha policies non-dividend-bearing Je left to right, Lawrence Tilley, GM1; Frank Hethcox, AOU3;' Wednesday, June IS"Jungle |
pel. the waivers are in effect Earl Warner, AA; James Perry, AOAN, and Amabe Lahore, AA. Headhunters".Travelo i




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Active Service Won't Hamper I

..
r----l ;- ........... Vet's Schooling Says the VA .

"
Washington (AFTS) War
("Station Dialogue" provides an 'iiifflKltat veterans who have interruptedtheir The July 25, 1951, date for beginning
opportunity for military and civil government-financed stud training applies to
,. '... ian personnel of NAS to voice .a.ak ; ies and returned to active military World War II veterans discharged
their opinion on a question put to service may continue training from service before July
them by a Jax Air News reporter after discharge, even though 25, 1947. Those dischargedafter
). they get out after the July 25 that time have four years
deadline.A from the date of discharge in

Today's question i I*: "What Veterans Administration an which to begin training.The .
would you do If you suddenly fell nouncement adds that such veterans V.A. also announced that j
heir to a million dollars and how need not have interruptedtheir veterans who get their college
would you spend It r" training specifically to go diplomas this spring and who
back into uniform in order to plan to take graduate work in
after the dead the fall must apply now, before
resume
. Kenneth R. Kimball, APAN training
line. They must, however, have they graduate, in order to go
Photo Lab : -
ahead with the advanced studies
These Aircraft And Win A Prize been making satisfactory prog-
Correctly Identify
"Boy, you haveme ress. after the July 25 deadline
.
snowed under In all cases, training"after the

-J with that Popular Aircraft Contest deadline must be resumed with Buffer Fool Non'
luestlon. Well, in a reasonable period after the

w Would with a take million my Comes To An End TodayIt be return the completed V.A.to said.Who's civilian.by July life, and 25, must 1936, Assured On Subs

4

!wife smartly and get attired her is do or die, now or never, for all station aircraft rec > Washington (AFPS) Submarine

and get her any-: : ognition experts as today's aircraft identification contest crews now can have better

AlmDcU wing she neeaeu, winds up the popular series of quizzes. Who food which utilizes 25 per cent

tor herself, the home and children. Fittingly enough the final I 1 1This less storage space and results in
4. Answers may be submitted 65 per cent less garbage bulk.
I would then purchase a home for award will be a $6.00 Mainside In Defense
either In person to the Jax Air This was demonstrated in a
us and buy an automobile I credit due
Navy Exchange coupon
the Main Administration
News offices in three-month test made by two
I. would put the balance in the bank to the failure of all contestantsto
., '. for the future. It would certainly! answer last week's contest cor Building or phoned in. ( is No. 11 In series of submarines, one carrying old typesof
Phone numbers art extensions 216 food, and the other rations
feel grand to be a millionaire." rectly. personal sketches of men and
\ or 8184. women who make up our De- scientifically designed for use on
I Stumping all entrants last week 5. In the event of more than i fense Department.) submarines
were the F-80-A Shooting Star, one winner tie-breaker questions I The new rations were developedby
; U. S. Air Force fighter (top left), pertaining to aircraft recognitionwill DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER the Commissary Research Division
I the Horst 2 British glider (top be asked to determine who I General of the Army of the Navy's Supply Re-

right), the American 1'4),{,'Merca- shall receive the $6.00 Mainside search and Development Facilityat

tor patrol plane (bottom left), Navy Exchange credit coupon.Servicemen Bayonne, N. J.
I and the Hermes IV British .
Intelligence pas- t The new ration Includes pastries
senger plane (bottom right). rakes, sweet rolls and
The same rules apply todayas Lose various kinds of bread.

In previous contests. HereIs The smaller garbage bulk Is regarded
: what you have to do to win Money In honey a 3s as highly important, sinceit
I this last quiz. might mean death to discharge
create a trust I 1. Identify pictured aircraft as garbage at sea which might pro
Mcllugn tuna for my ramUy to type, nationality and designation. Arrest RachelServicemen vide the enemy with a clue to the

with another trust submarine's position.
together
fall to
often prey .
fund which would be used to educate 2. Only military personnel may racketeers. Many I
unscrupulous
deserving students which I participate.3. No answers will be accepted cases of swindle have been un- Wind Breaks
I really think is vastly important in covered. I Leg
these uncertain times. Finally, I'' prior to 0900 Friday morningor occurred In
The following
would invest.the .rest.*" after 1600 Monday. New Orleans, La.: Of Ejected Pilot

Two privates first class, one
Dora Holifleld. employee, NAT- ; HATTCenter Denver, Colo (AFPS) Ever
Appoints 18 and the other 20, were pickedup Ir
f bruise yourself a cloud? It
on
r
TC: "If I were by a man Mho claimed he I
can happen if you're a jet pilot
tlt"tecth'e-and flashed
Officer A
fortunate to fall I Investigative was a Wind velocity broke the leg of
badge as proof. lie told them he 3
heir to a million I Lt. Albert Bandosz has been had to "take them downtown" one jet pilot as he bailed out at
25,000 feet, and seconds laterhis
llollars I would appointed Investigative officer at because of a complaint which,
face bruised he fell
'
was as
I the Naval Air Technical Training according to him, had been
( |\t) u y myself a Center under the provisions of lodged against them.He Supreme Allied Commander.Europt' through a cloud of Ice particles.He .
beautiful homeon i the new Uniform Code of Military took them to police head- :with the forces of the I landed safely, however, witlno
other injuries. He was one o
I Atlantic Pact members forminghis
Justice which became effective quarters In a tavl. When theyentered '
the water command. seven who have bailed out of crippled
I June 1.Between. the hallway, the young
jets by using the ejector see
edge at PensaHolafield tours of duty with the soldiers Bald, they Mere Instructed Born in Dennison Tex., Octo-
that is shot out of the cockpi
cola. I would Navy, Lt. Bandosz attended the to turn over their WH- ber 14, 1890. Family homeis The other six were unhurt.
folds and to wait while the "d(' in Abilene, Kan., where the
also buy a yacht and invite my Pennsylvania Institute of Crim- The story of these experiencesand
I tective" checked with his wipe General received his education. I I
friends to enjoy themselves. inology where he pursued coursesIn devices was told at the re-
would also give considerable to scientific crime detection crim- rlor. Appointed to U. S. Military i I I rent annual meeting of the AeroMed'cal
The detective went Academy, 1911, and was graduated -
deserving charitable organizationsand inology, penology, examination of bogus Association held here
I would also meet my out- questioned documents, criminal through a door and never re in the upper third of his class' I CDK. R. L. Christy, Jr., of the

'.: standing obligations. The rest I law, and court procedure. turned. 1915.: Commissioned second Navj's Bureau of Aeronautics,
- would bank." Later, he became an investigator The youths lost a total of $17 lieutenant in infantry.Served was speaker
deal. AFPS as instructor at Fort .
for the Treasury Departmentin In the ( ) He said the Navy is now working -
Cpl. Leroy Kase, Marine Bar- the New Jersey Region. His Oglethorpe, Ga., Officers' Train- on a new seat device which

.. sacks: "Well duties there involved investigative Cold-Weather Grease ing Camp, and at Army Service will be something like a capsule,
Schools Fort Leavenworth Kan.,
work for the Taxation Di- with the flier inside, fully
first I would buy protected
1917-1918. Organized 65th
vision Beverage Bureau. Concocted By MarineKorea
r from Injury due to the nat
some deserving Battalion Engineers. Com-
very Prior to his
present assignment, ural elements.
sporting Lt. Bandosz was permanent offi- (AFPS)-A Marine Corps manded Camp Colt, ra., and Tank 5.5
'equipment that cer-of-the-day. sergeant' Korea has come up Corps troops.at Camp Dix, N. J.,
1 is sadly neededfor with a concoction of grease that and at Fort Benning, Ga., 1913- Add 3 Navy RatingsTo
I the boys at will keep a rifle firing in the coldest 1919.
the Marine Bar- Navy To Use Cards 'weather. He is Sgt. Frank T. Graduated from Infantry Tank Sub Training

racks. The rest Instead Of Cook Books Versage. School, Fort Meade Md.. 1922. Washington (AFPS) T I would put in a When ordinary rifle oils trove, With honors from Command and Navy has opened initial subma-
5bank! : in my fath- Washington (AFTS) Meals"a causing, : malfunctions' Marines General Staff School. Fort Leav- rine training to enlisted men in
Kase er's name ana let la card" will be served in the tried cleaning the frozen grease enworth. Army War College, three additional ratings.
him do some deserving good for Navy soon. With gasoline and firing the rifle Washington D. C., Army If other qualifications are
charity. The way the world is The Navy Is discarding Its dry. This, too, soon caused jam Industrial College, Washington. met, first, second and third
... right now, and everything so un- former rook book in favor of ming. P.xecutive Officer, Camp Gail- lass' radarmen and eomn o.ary-
r certain, I believe my dad could do 600 small plastic cards that are Resourceful Sergeant Versage lard Canal Zone 1922-1921. men may be accepted, amifctewanlsmen
more good than I with the money. both up-to-date and sanitary. went to work and mixed the fol- Assistant to Gen. MacArthur In pay grade E-3.

Any young fellow in the armed They are waterproof and \\asli- lowing: Graphite, diesel oil, 80- Military Advisor Philippine Islands I No age limits are establishedfor
services right now can't tell how able. octane gasoline and No. 10 motoroil. 1935. Chief of Stall, the training, the Navy says
long he'll be around. That is the Many of the old recipes in the 3rd Division Fort Lewis. Wash., since age often does not accurately -
principal reason I would want my cook book have been transferred' It worked. The maiines kept 1940 Chief of Staff Third reflect a man's maturity and
.... father to handle the funds.'* to: the 3x5 cards after testing, II filing despite the Korean sub-ze'O Army, 1911, and later Deputy flexibility, which are among the

and new recipes added. temperatures. I Chief. ... primary qualifications for sub-
Chief Wilbur; R. Yentsch, NAT. --- Chief 01 war Plans LHV." war marine duty.Comdr..
.
.. ..TC: "With all n --.... Department General Staff, 1942. I I
'
.f ..i' ,.x4..<.....,. ; Assistant Chief of Staff. Op-
that kind of .t ; < .., erations Division. 1912 Commanding
r < : Rusk Gets
{I:
";'t 1 .
the first ,, ..
e. money, ':: ..' .. ... General. European Theater -
thing I would do <": .; : \ ;' : : U : ,; June 25. 1912.Command"d American. New AssignmentComdr.

'p C is. buy a home ".. P s e eo Forcesin
e for my wife and :.. :J *" '." North Africa and later became William S. Rusk, at-
.V Commander in Chief, Allied
Technical
Naval Air
kids. I would cf ; ., : r: .. : ., Forces in North Africa. Su tached to the
.. .
donate 1. ,<<<"' '\. ; ,.::;, Training Center's Dental Dispen-
;course :t preme Commander Allied Expeditionary -
leaves today to his new assignment
r much to charity.You Forces, for invasion of sary
in Oral at the
.. Surgery
can bet' one .I Normandy,
.. San Diego Naval Hospital.
Yentsch thing I would t : Named Chief of Staff, U, S.
not retire, for when that happens / /:. o "'11l Army, November 19, 1945. Comdr. Rusk, a native of Cadiz,
, you die shortly afterwards. I ;.rit. Became President of Columbia Ohio, received his DDS at Ohio
don't want to die young. If I "i.... <{ University. June 7, 1943. State University and practiced in

-t .... fell heir to a million you can rest ,.., '''''- Holds 50 U. S. and foreign dec the County General Hospital, San
' : assured I would put the money to : :"$ ''=4 orations, among -t hem Distinguished Diego, California prior to his enlistment
, tl/t'.': good advantage and see that others : ; i. 't+'..' Service Medal (three in the Navy in 1942.

;1-' enjoyed it too." ------ ..... ... clusters), Distinguished Service Formerly attached to the Dental

LAST UNDER "ROCKS AND SHOALS" The last to "ship Medal (Navy) and the Legion of Clinic at NAS. Comdr. Rush

r:1. The young -reporter was told to over" under the old Navy "rocks and shoals" regulations, these Merit. 18 honorary degrees came to the NATTC Dental Dispensary
cut his story to the bare essen- three white hats take: the oath adminisered by Lt. George S. from U. S. and foreign collegesand in January. He expects

,.,' .''j tials. So his next one .came out Holton NAS personnel officer. As of midnight May 31, the new. universities. to be attached to San Diego for
" ," ;. this way: Defense Department Code of Military Justice became effective, General Eisenhower Is married one year and then transferred to
"J. Smith looked up the eleva- applying to all military personnel .Left to right are Francis Egan and has one son, John S., who was Bethesda Naval Hospital, Bethesda *

tor (shaft to see if the car was on AU3; William Goodson, Jr.. AU3, and Thomas Nelson, MKC, and graduated from the Military Maryland for specialized worst
\. its way down. It was. Age 45." Lt, Holton. Academy in June, 1&14. (At'r8), for six month.






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Page Four JAX NEWS June 7. 1951





Say its'-



Twenty-one new men have
By Armed Force Press! Ser.ice for
SERVICE SNAPS reported to the squadron

Big entertainment news for little duty. All are Airman Appren- ;

Guam; RKO director Busby tices fresh from the "Lakes" ,
1
Berkeley is scouting island loca- and most have been assigned

tion sites for "The USO Story; either to the Supply] or the
while Guam's own Marbo SpecIal]
Service unit is readying its origi- First Lieut. departments.George .
nal musical "Slips Ahoy," for R. Burch, ADC, passedout
duction this month cigars last week as a resultof
..
Ten," the well-paced, the birth of a baby boy, while'
revue, is now touring the William T. Hart, Jr., AD3, evened -
rean front. the score with news of a

FAN MALE baby girl.
Gabriel J. Champagne, Jr., AM3
The voice of the gal whose also moved Into the spotlight whenhe I
to caused an avalanche of recently became a married man. .
from soldiers, sailors, and "
rines after it was serviced by Lt. (jg) Herbert Rupp has reported c
PS back in December will be back from leave with a
via Armed Forces Radio when happy, refreshed look, mute evi-
Poole interviews Carole Sten I dence he thoroughly enjoyed his
his "Poole's Paradise," vari- leave. i iI
May 18, at 2000-2100 GMT. I I Warm weather ia causing sportsto
appealing radio actress will Ju- blossom forth more than ever
special "thank you" to the The outside
; ; ; (in- around the hangar.
icemen with a salute to ; ; row volleyball court has been pressedinto
Forces Day during the show. ; ; AOC; use, a football has appeared
Army dixieland combo, ; ; St. from somewhere and Is absorbing
terrific punishment and the usual
Swinging Sergeants, now ...
their own program, game of Softball is being con- ".
Dixie," which ABC sends out tinued. .
urdays at 1630-1645 GMT I Lt. (jg) Adrian G. Back is now
NBC plans production of a II an "ace", A hole-in-one was the
history of the Navy late this II I method, the 165-yard: number 3
hole on the station golf course
A Joint NBC-Navy-Marine
I was the place and last weekendwas
venture, the show will use
the time.
erto unreleased official f 11 .
showing major action !
every I Orville L. GllchrUt, AD3, of the
the historic shelling of the U. II
I ,
Fasron Six Jet Shop, receives the
In 1937 down to the
Panay salute this issue as "White Hat of
ent. I
the Week". ti
DUOPS.AXD "
DABS of "Gil", as he is called by his bud- .
Vaughn Monroe's waxing I dies, enlisted in the Navy in Memphis
"Old Soldiers Never Die" is these Tenn., and traveled to San
best so far of the many I think Diego for recruit training. After

turned otit of the General flow- "boot camp", because of an overlap .. '.
Arthur-inspired tune I of men going to Airman School
riety top tunes: "How High ex- he was transferred to Corpus
Moon," "If," "Mockin: Bird : river Christi), Texas, where he was indoctrinated -
"Be My Love," and "On Top ." on fire fighting, skeet
Old Smoky." Shortest and trap shooting and underwent
ma review on record was a 'ou eat extensive practice with the .45:
York critic's review of a p I !' and ,25 caliber pistols. Gil became -
called "Dreadful Night." His I I jell so proficient with the handguns
ment: "exactly : ) : 'et," he was second in his class
tips: "On the Riviera;" an'q In marksmanship.When .
Danny Kaye musical. out- Gil finished at Corpus
he was Christl, he was sent to Memphis

Jones RejectedKnoxville passing for 22 weeks of school, then sent
I : heav- to the fleet for duty with VF-41.
: Tenn., (AFPS)- doing Run down by an F4U-5: while
Paul Jones, of Sevierville, acting as a chock man during a
will win RO naval victories trans- cruise, Gil entered the hospital
thanks to flat feet. The Navy caval- with several broken bones in his
ejected him.Results ,! left ankle. Transferred to the
NAS hospital here in Jacksonville,
was he spent six months with his leg

"I" Was I peace- In a cast before returning to duty,
open this time with the maintenancecrew
I I wife in the Fasron Six Jet Shop.A .

married man since August t
Until '
i captain 1950, Gil is a warm advocate of ../
the Navy life' and will ship over for
of a recent I stove, six more years in November
according to the NATTC I the < .

lic information office, has : stove Traffic ViolationsListed

vealed some interesting,
.
j below are the traffic violations -
beit, staggering statistics. committed aboard this station -
Interviews conducted for the period May 25 to
countless glasses of potables, May 31.
in bull-sessions duty
among
Improper Parking: D. W.
tions in the various barracks
: ) A Painter. AMAN; D. A. Walden,
indicate that the capitalists
to !! high- AOU3; T. E. Butt, AD3; C. R. Cox,
the country are concen trlJ ADAN; H. P. Maus; D. L. Wheat-
chiefly among those recently move ley, TD3.
called to active duty with
devel- Speeding: A, G. Hauge, ALl;
Armed Services. I
H. E. Gentry. I
Miscellaneous Offenses: H, L.
FOR INSTANCE according
Langston, ADE2; N. Jackson. '.
Larry Green, BMG3, of r
public information office, the
vey shows that 62.75 per cent

all re-callees were making an !
erage of $4,351.29 per annum
an executive capacity with a
tionally known concern, owned !
average of 10.73 blocks of A
& T. and held title to 1.05
which were either Cadillacs or
tom-built Lincoln which :

sold at an.average of $3,227.49
unscrupulous second hand y"
dealers."
Further figures reveal that :
.,. struggles to live short of instructors ,at present
t his We are all pretty hard worked." \
on Navy pay.
Three instructors are presently
His custom built
'T'Drawing teaching all Airman School stu- 4Qt ::
12-cylinder Cad dents who come through the AB r
illac has been rate shop.

sold (at a loss) Dads \a selected by his phase ,

due to being restricted officer as Instructor-of-the-Week
because of the outstanding job he
has been doing in the rate shop.
ently perman-I Rate .....
shop supervisor Raymond ,-'
base Nelson, ADC, described Davis as A
mjght create a "hard working, cooperative Instructor ? -
jealousy I and a good man to havein "" .
Green, in his the rate shop. I would like to "TT
"
have two more like him.
report, wants to
know if he can Davis, who entered the Navy .
borrow 5 bucks In 1941, says his plans for the future INSTRUCTOR OF TilE WEEK DEMONSTRATES-Chosen as
until pay day- include retirement to a few Instructor-of-the-Week of the Airman School at NATTCenter,' ,.
someone lousedup acres in the Pacific: Northwest, Aviation Boatswain's Mate First Class Lee M. Davis, demonstrates
a. his pay accounts I preferably somewhere in western operation of catapult by means of a mock-up during one of the '.
.- t>y In en C. Mill. Washington class sessions. 4ti

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June 7, 1951 I JAX AIR NEWS Page Five
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VF-671. VF-41, Fasion 9, GAGE Report -




-l Scouting vF-s71' Jacksonville Area Squadrons; ARTHUR- 4 MURRAY&i eBy --t'



I These pilots will now have their trenching in. When last seen,
A full schedule of flying, of the Robbins Famous International Teacher of the Dance-
names on one squadron'sF4U's ; was soakingthe affected
Ground School instruction, in recognition of the 'I parts in kerosene.
and the individual duties of achievement. I' Good news came with the men / 3i

each man in VF-671 has re- Maintenance personnel under tion that Cecil Stewart's wife, lcrncetelrrP
Chief Edward J. Ulanowski, con- I Thelma has returned from the :
sulted in much hard work
tinue to receive well deserved hospital after her appendicitis attack
but revealed a gratifying cooperation praise for the high degree of .

between all hands.The plane availability *
excellent Job crewmen have a s'F41'e The entire squadron wishes to
been doing Is illustrated by the softball team is now welcome aboard the 21 new men
fact that the pilots are filling' solidly entrenched In the American who recently reported in and it's
their flight time with a, limited League's first place slot. Both not Just because the "old hands"
implement of planes. starting pitchers, Bill Schoch (7- want to fill up their duty sec
I Four squadron personnel are 0)) and Dean Williams (3-1)) are tions so they won't have to stand

'. now attending Navy schools in saving their arms for the forth- half a dozen watches every duty [IGNT WEi
I Norfolk. Lt. (jg) J. L. Duncanis coming tilt with VP-5. Vince Wal- day.On ON LEFT, O ONR GHT O
being indoctrinated In air support lace (1-0)) is also standing by as the other side of the ledger, 00 T TOES Or.i
work, Lt. (Jg) T. W. Ivey, is a reliable relief hurler in case the 9 lost Chief Stan Bybee who left I O REARrOOT
going to AC.r. School and G. H. going gets tough. to assume duties at NAS Norfolk 1. ARE
I i Fries, AT3, and W. H. Rog-ers, AT- For power at the plate, Maurice Va.Practically. STIP WITH LIFT FOOT 3 PLACEWITH RIGNT PLACED
Tevault is still 'em TO LIFT SIDE. 2. 'LAC FOOTDIRECTLYTORIGHT DIRECTLY
i i AN, are receiving instructions in knocking the entire outfit is BACK OF
Radio Technician School at Nor out of the park to establish a .500 RIGHT FOOT sENINDTHe SIDE 4. PLACE LEFT V 'm HEEL
going for advancement in rate
up LEFT FOOT SHIFT FOOT BEHIND RIGHT FOOT'
folk.Officers average. this examination period, 92 men WEIGHT QUICKLY QUICKLY SHIFT WEIGHT FRONT
and wives of VF-671 Twelve of the officers will havea in all will make the big effort. BACK TO LEFT FOOT. TO RIGHT FOOTLESSON FOOT.
and VF-921 enjoyed two separate squadron golf play-off within
in the next week. On the basis of From Supply comes the word
patties one day recently when
10-Pendulum Turns and the Balancete
that Irwin Zuckerman SA is
now
the wives held a luncheon and the qualifying rounds, various handi-
Turning while the
doing Pendulum Step is a pleasant variationIn
on the binnacle list with the mea
officers retaliated with a lively caps have been assigned. These the Samba dance. Last week's lesson described the Pendulum as
sles. Don
Bourne AK2 is
another
from low 7 for Lt.
(
stag party". vary a Jg)
loss an easy, rockingstep, a graceful back and forward swaying movement -
as he to Annapolis
goes
The ne\t evening, the CAG-8 John Sullivan to a high of 36 for .
party held the spotlight for the Ensign Ted West. for duty. The half turn in this step is
same people and The Fasron Nine "Raiders" did the feet back the
everyone again done as follows: as go body sways
reported an enjoyable time. Fasron 9 it again, after being romped and Weight must be forward on the I forward.

James B., Bailey, YN1, returned SHADES OF "PECOS BILL", stomped will for everytning the traffic left foot the body leaning slightly (Next Week: The Tango .....
allow bowed
to
from they a
the hospital this week afteran seems that Dick Dettman, AMl to the left as you go around. Promenade Plus more Dance
Mainside team, 10-3. In the future -
appendectomy and J. P. Luther and George Ragsdale, AM2, don't Then shift the weight to the right Hints, illustrations and draw-
however Is
more expected of
,
ADAN reported to the hospital have to resort to the old fashioned foot and repeat. Let the body Ings).
the squadron as past lessons make
for the same operation. Conspiracy method of catching crabs with themselves felt. lead the turns for free, swaying Copyright, 1951, by Arthur Murray
or epidemic. ?* nets, they Just unwind their trusty movement.The .
lariats, and lasso the critters arms lead the full turn ina
S' VF-41 For proof of their daring they CAG-8 continuous circular sweep, the Arthur Murray Says
; AT TUG Administrative and CARRIER Alit GROUP Eight 'as
brought back a pile of the creatures body swaying you shift your
:Material inspection held by Commander last week. staff, formerly consisting of only weight from left to right, from 1. The secret of being a good
Fleet Air Jacksonville, Three first class P.O.'s from I three officers, Comdr. Vincent L right to left, with easy abandonand leader on the dance floor Is dimple -
I. VF-41 received an overall grade Fasron Nine will represent the I Hathorn, Lcdr. Millard C. Thrash grace. : It is-know your steps
of "Excellent", with each individual unit on the first class mess committee and Lt. Herman W Roberson, has Keep repeating this for an effective and know what you are doing.
department receiving this they are James Miller, been bolstered by the addition of pattern until you can make 2. When dancing with a partner "
same mark.Following. il AD1; Doug Mauldin, AMI, and four new men.Entrusted the turns with ease. The girl's who Is not jet familiar with
the inspection six Bill Goforth, AD1. with the task of organizing part is just the opposite of the the steps you pl't'ff'rou can
squadron pilots received the Navy Some guys ?jou can't cure. For CAG-8 and setting up boy's. do a bit of guiding. Indicate
"E" in a competitive locket exercise 'instance there s Jim Robbins, AM1 the various routes for supply, administrative Another popular variation of the direction to jour partner with
held at Switzerland target. who )tas a passion for blackberries matter, operational Samba is the Balancete Stop. jour right hand and arm. Your
They were Comdr. Charles C. and will go to almost any extreme schedules, and arranging for the First Part: Step with left foot right hand should be held firmly -
Ainsworth, commanding officer; to get them. As proof he security of the group, the small to left side, place right foot behind just! above the girl's waist.
Lt. Ben F, Emge, Lt. (Jg) Lou has his arms full of chiggars, but competent staff has been kept left so that the toes of the 3. You do not have to countto
Caulkett, Ens. Richard Ellis and those little red Jobs that come busy. right foot are directly behind the tell jour partner what you
Ens. Vince Kaptur equipped! with boring tools for I Fresh from the Fleet All Weather heel of the left foot. Then quickly Intend to do next. When dancing -

School, Key West, Fla., is Lt. shift weight back to left foot, with someone for the first
"Keep 'Em Is Burton M. Anderson, who will as- Second Part: Step, with right time, do only the steps you
Flying" PasswordFor sume duties of administrative and foot to right side, place left foot know perfectly.
personnel officer.Lt. behind right so that the toes of 4. To make a right turn-

Carrier Air 8 Pilots Howard W. Hammonds, for the left foot are directly behind look over jour right shoulder;
Group mer LSO officer with VS-32 at the heel of the right foot. Quickly move your left hand forward.

Norfolk, Va, is now the "first shift weight to right foot. 5. To make a left turn-look .
Indisputable evidence that plish all that must be done to lieutenant" and assistant LSO for Artist's drawings above show over jour left shoulder; move

"keep 'em flying" is the pass- have a finished productAnair CAG8. you positions of the feet in the your left hand backward.
word in Carrier Air Group Lt (Jg) Grover C Murchison, Balancete If jou have misled any lessons
is the fact group 100% combat ready, Jr, reported aboard for duty as Practice both the Pendulum send in jour request for a
Eight that 111 of
composed of well trained officers !- flight surgeon. He is a recent Steps and the Balancete But te- booklet of all 11 lessons to the
the 120 pilots now hold their and men, smart on the graduate of the School of Avia- member In the Samba the feet Arthur Murray Studios, 213

,,.-J \" instrument cards. ground and smart In the air." tion Medicine, Pensacola, Fla, lead the bodyas the feet go forward West! Adams Street, Jacksonville

Each squadron has been goingall Lcdr. Millard C Thrash, acting Lt. James M. Donald, on TAD the body sways back, and .
out in carrying through prep- executive officer, also praised the orders to aid Lt. Roberson HS
arations for qualifying the air group "Working with the squad LSO, was previously the LSO for I I I

group for ship board duty and has rons in this unit is a satisfying: experience VC-4, Atlantic City, N.J Kilchcn
been stressing instrument maintenance for they not only plan Troop

field earlier landings, well but also execute their plans

gunnery hops and bombing runs. well. They are anxious to com- Services Run A7csCommendation/
Handicapped by being below pete and have a: depth of abilities Try
complement in planes, the maintenance which will make them win-
men have been pressedto ners if they are challenged severely New MachineIn
keep those planes available and enough to prove their real f f S.,.
ready for use. With the necessary mettle. Ear Tests
Talmadge A. Davis traffic man-
acceptance checks, changes in
"The commendable sportsmanship of the branch Transportationoffice
ager
painting instructions and the periodic evidenced by men and offi- Washington (At PS) The r\ at the Naval Air Technical
checks further complicating cers while again adapting them Armed Forces are experimentingwith : Training Center has been com-
matters, many of the men have selves to Navy life is of the kind a new device by means of mended by the Commandant Sixth
had to work long hours to keepup which benefits winners and turns I which the hearing of from one to :a fif < Naval District for his work in
with the job. otherwise mediocre performanceinto 50 recruits may be tested in a connection with determining suitability -

r Comdr. Vincent IHathorn, successful operations. Being few minutes. of Army-type troop kit-
Air Group Eight Commander, part of this group is one of the The portable screening audiometer A chen cars for naval personnel in
recently said: "I am proud of best things which has happenedto developed by Dr Aram Glo- 'i-i transit,

the group for they have accomplished me in the Navy. With this rig, director of the Army Medical a The end of the war found the
a great deal jet we unit, I have the belief I am sail Center's Audiology and Speech .; Army in possession of upwards rf .
have hardly begun to accom ing with competent scrappers. Correction Center here, functionson 400 of these rolling kitchens. With
-- the principle of a constant
iw the unification of the services, the .
sound level with variance in frequencies is idea
was broached in the Depart-
of test tones.
ment of Defense that it might be
The small machine Is fitted
: a good idea to employ them in
with earphones which are worn
standardizing troop movements in
by the Individuals to be tested.If all
branches.
e the individual hears each test I
tone, his hearing Is normal. If Tests had to be> made. On May
4 a test run, assembled and escorted -
he fails to hear all the tones, a
hearing loss is Indicated and by Davis left the Yukon term-

further tests are made to determine I inal here for Norfolk, Va.
the amount of loss. The commendation in part
The individual is related to the > reads:

tones by a series of lights which > ? In acting as train escort,
Q instruct him to listen, count the and your assistance in the preparation

,lr tones, and indicate his answer on I \y V of a special troop train ti a
; P ell a blank from. k contributed to the successful conclusion -
To date more than 1,000 men ft of the test tun"
a have been tested with the new I .
device.. When officially adopted
0' it will be made available to all Weather Outlook J JtM

; induction stations.
: iai I t The weatherman has painted a ,j
WAIT'LL HE FINDS OUT! L cloudy and perhaps wet picture "*
for the week-end has
but
not
a Scottsbluff, Nebraska (AFPS) EAT TIIIS-With! only one promised too showers
many ,
Major Blackledge was inside look at Laura Elliot, native J'
HIGH QUALIFICATIONS-Comdr. Vin"'tL. Hathorn, Com City Hall signing Patrolman Tom hearts beat like native drum Friday-Partly cloudy.
mander of Carrier Air Group Eight, points to the pilot's qualification Cowan's pay voucher. Patrolman The sultry Warner Bros. star is Saturday-Partly cloudy and ,tj;:
status board denoting the total of 114 pilots of the Air Group Cowan was outside City Hall writIng to be seen in "Strangers on a warmer. ;\
who have qualified in instrument instruction. Lcdr. Millard C. out a ticket for the mayor's Train," a suspense drama directed I Sunday-Partly cloudy and afternoon .. '
( Thrash, Air Group Eight operations officer, gestures his approval.' car by Alfred Hitchcock. showers.




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Golfers Trip

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Jax Navy's golfers returnedto

By Armed Forces Press Service action last Saturday, scoring I .

Hopscotching the colleges and universities Time' a stunning 3324 victory over "'1 04".

a fleetinl! When the Notre Dame varsity engaged the Old. a tion strong on the Fort local Benning course.aggrega- j\.

timers in their annual spring football such prominent .
game, The win was sweet reveng ""., '
names: as Bob Williams, Jerry Groom and Bill Day grace for the Jax Navy combine '.:

the lineup of the hasbeens Both Williams and Groorr which fell before the Georgians
in a previous match held at the
Were 1950 all-Americans but as I
. graduating seniors weren't eligible "Fate of the Yale team is in the yaw-r Army post. Saturday's win ,.
f ? brought the locals' record to
to appear hands of the Selective Service .;
in the Boards across the nation"Rutgers eight wins and three losses for
and Princeton played the y the season
varsityline.up. \u
first game of football .in 1869 but Low medalist for Jax Navy
Q The Old- three years earlier they began : : $ S ; was Bob Wallace with a 73 Low ',
w tiinersVarsity- their baseball rivalry Southern : man for the visiting Benningcrew ,

>s California, in Davis and Bar : was Major Hoebecke witha
shindig was nard, claims two of the best high 77 Other Navy scores included

started b y and low hurdle experts in the college Don,Harman, 75; Bill Foulk ...
the famous field. 76; Leo Marchel, 77; John Adams .
sue. KnuteRockne 78; Bill McWilliams, 78;
Count Turf's victory in the late Ken Sutton, 81, and Bill Chase,
during the Kentucky Derby Is a Cinderella 81

late twenties story if there ever was one In The locals take on NAS Pa-
andannual the first place, Jack Amiel, New r.4b.ds.Yf tuxent Saturday

York restaurant owner, boughtthe 1 ,
I horse for a paltry J3.700, R
signalizes -
y the which is exactly peanuts in big- ,. ...a..v..Iw....... aIa 'Bed Dan' Fires
time horse
faS end of Count Turf's racing. Incidentally, HITTING TilE DIRT-Herb Hancock: of FaetuLant hits the
granddaddy was
spring gridtraining Reight Count and his Count deck quickly as he hustles back to second safely Taking to the For ,r''
at Fleet pappy air for the throw is Dick Sutherland of First Lieutenants Division. More Honors

Bob William The American division, NAS loop fray went to First Lieutenants, '\.'
The trainer Sol Rutchik, didn't
Cor- 10-9. A NATTCenter enthusiast
tire South Bend school thinkenough gun .
nell University boasts four outstanding William R. Fruchtenicht, AA
track stars in Charley _..__ the! colts of (nicknamed Red Dan, because
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Moore, 440-yard dash expert; Bob Derbychances Hospital Continues it's easier to say), believes in
Mealey, 880-yard runner; Mere- 4"PS t o shooting. to kill-in skeet, thatis.

dith Gourdine, ace broad jumperand make the
Walt Ashbaugh, who has done trip toLouisville An active member of the Jax:
the 120-yard high sticks in 14.2 Mad Undefeated Pace Navy skeet team and carryingan
Prior to entrance in the He hadplannt. average of 95, Red Dan
Southern Conference championships >.d t o joined four friends to form a ,
the Maryland U tennis team go butmissed The amazing Naval Hospital softball aggregation, win' team of five in skeet competition )

was riding the crest of a nine- a n of 44 of 46 intra-mural contests in of three while on leave late last ,
a
match winning streak The ner span years, month. "
Nw Orleans Sugar Bowl sports e morningairplane a r l y continues tiominate play in the National division of the The five men came out vic <

group is on the ball. They have station intra-mural league with an unmarred record of 12 torious in the Blue Grass Open -... .

set dates for all mid-winter 1951- the day of straight games, while VF-il held firm to its American division in. Louisville, Ky._

52 sports events, including ten- the race top rung with a 10-1 slate. Red Dan is Kentucky Junior
basketball, rowing
nis, boxing, a and spent Champion .
having the title
track meet and the Sugar American league play this week copped
regatta, the after for a trio of singles. in 1947. His 98 out of 100
Bowl football attraction University at the I found VP-10 coming out on top I ling
noon shot in the 1947 finals has
out National no;
Rounding league
of Illinois football players Count_ __ Turf In a slug-fest with, Factu, 19-14.1 been
n. equaled in
play Fleet Air Wing 11 buried competition
barber to
will have an experienced Numerous errors were costly
Jamaica track in New York. since.
right in their own squad next season both teams, and less than half of VP-741, 17-6. An eight-inning .
The winning jockey, Conn MeCrtary. scoring put Fleet Air Wing .a
lie's Harry Childress, fresh the 33 runs piled up by both spree
who has a wife and four far ahead in the contest and there<
man halfback star, who learned s quads were earned. Winning
youngsters, had been out of work was little VP-741 could do to stem I GENERAL! ORDERS
the trade while attending Moose- twirler for VP-10 was 1Iar\\ heart High. for four months and had to bore Fasron.l091u'l the tide. Winning twirler for OF A SENTRY "
row enough money to make the Fleet Air Wing 11 was O'Shea i
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a Fasron-109 upset a heavy favored
to Louisville his family
trip leaving
Michigan: !( State's 4-mile relay in Florida. It was the last Fasron-Six, 9-6, In a pitch- Standings as of June 5th: I ( -a.--- J"lUll7 J
team Warren Druetzler, Don racing chance for who ers' duel. A fifth inning outburstby American \\'. 1.
Makiebkl, Jim Kepford and had decided that if McCreary he didn't finish Fasron 109 netted 5 runs and VF-41 ..... ..... ................ 10 1 '

John of 17:21.2 Walter for, bet that a event new In record the quit in the the Jockey money business this time for he'd enough tight to fray.stay ahead Petty chalked throughoutthe up VP-5 Fasron..'6'''=::::.?_.....:::::::::::::::: 8 7 2 3 I Uh- ,,.
good.
a I>rake Relays, breaking a mark He had to have a job to support the win for Fasron 109. VP-10 m.........._.................. 6 5
net In 1939 by Oklahoma Ag- his family. That's how desperatethe Ordnance and Gunnery put !ip Fasron 109 _...................? 6 5
gkM The ntt Panther situation was when Count Turf stiff battle before bowing to a 01 & G................................ I 5 5
dash a Faetu ................................? 4 8
have a top 410-yard man came flying out of a field of 20' fighting VF-41, 114. At the outset
in Dick FittKhlng Tint starters as they headed into the it looked like a nip and tuck 1st Lieuts. .. ....:.................. 1 8
:Mar. ...,.. ...
Air Det .
sob story of the 1931 grid season stretch, thundering down to the' battle all the way, but VF-41 finally ...::::::: 1 10
emanates from Oklahoma I ILT. finish line a good five or six wore down the Ordnance I
National 1/
., where Head Coach Bud Wilkinson lengths in front of the squad and added another win to I W. I.
pack Hospital ......... ................ 12 0
"Our team Hill be
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says: ; Maybe fairy stories like that their list. Clark went the route .T'
the most ha'ehad I O & R -........................ 9 2 iI
Inexperienced we are good for the world. for VF-41 to claim the win.
since I've been here" how sports NARTU...__............_._... 7 3 I
the towels! They prove wrong the experts Faetu won a close game with Supply............................... 6 6 iI
be
Quick. The men Sooner crying mentor, by the fellows can still have and a that chance the to little win. 1st Lleuts., 18-17', The game was Va-859 .... ............................. 6 6 iII I
believes Nebraska and sprinkled with numerous errors Photo Lab. ........................ 4 6
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Kansas way teams beat and erratic hurling. Faetu stageda FAW-11 .... ... ... ............... 4 7Opert. '
the to
with are to the Cornhuslc- Tars Clash With late inning rally to walk away >.ro .......................... 2 8 II I
an
edge with the win. Carnes tossed the Mar Sec ........................._ 5 9 o TO REPORT EVERY atEACH f Of ,
who have the
ers,
great BobbyReynolds
ba -k. win for Faetu. Vp-741 .... ................... 2 9 ORDERS OR REAULMTON8 THAT t
.< > Rebels Peaches In their second game of the I AM INSTRUCTBO TO NFORCH.

I week, VF-41 romped away with Citation won 25 races out of _
And while we're on football Alabama Ben Geraghty's Jacksonville VP-10, 20-10. The numerous long 27 starts as a three-y ar-old, in- Robin Roberts in*1950 was the
U. reports its 1951 squad I Tars clash with the Charleston I hitson the part of VF-41 provedto cluding the Kentucky Derby, the first Phillies pitcher to win 20( j
shapes up as a young crew dom- Rebels in the final of a four game I be too much for the VP-10 lads Belmont Stakes and the Prcak- games since 1917. :
inated by juniors and sOPhomores,1 setto tonight at the Jacksonville who couldn't get a rally underway ness. In the 1948 Pimlico Special
and big, both ball park on Myrtle Avenue. I Williams racked up the win he was the only entry and he In his last year with the Phil 1
physically But the Crimson The Macon Peaches pull into for VF-41. romped alone around the trackto lies ((1917) Grover Cleveland Alexander '

still has Bobby Marlow, generally town Friday night for a three- I KisM! Wins 12th victory. won 30 games and lost '
rated as the best Southern half- day stand taking on the Tars in Ordnance and Gunnery out- 13. _
.". back since the days of F'rankieSinkwich single games Friday and Satur- slugged Marine Air Detachment, The Southern Association was 1
and John Cain Rut- day and a double-header Sunday. I 14-11 in a hectic fray that pro- unable to complete a baseball Joe Wood of Boston, won 34 )
pers" lacrosse coach, "Red" Savannah comes here for a single I duced a bevy of hits. Clark was schedule between 1885 and 1901 games and lost five in 1912, and I
Twitchell, is one of the North fray Monday night. All night th8 winning pitcher and helpedhis because yellow fever invariably Robert Moses Grove won 34 and >J<
coaches for the annual North- tilts get underway at 2000, while I own cause by rapping out interfered with New Orleans. lost four in 1931. These are the J
South game June 9 Yale's Sunday games start at 1430 with three bingles. best standing records in the ., J

/ football prospectus quotes Huge the first game of a doubleheader I In the National league, Hospital Herb Dudley, former star of American League. (
Herman Hickman, Blue coach: commencing at 1300. I the Clearwater, Florida Bombers, >1
alive its bid for its third
) kept and
Little Travelers
probably the best softball The Rock
; I straight championship by down- pitcher playing today fanned 55 broke Southern Association t
a
HAS Intra-Mural Links Champs Tie 5.ing Kissee Operations won his- Aerology 12th straight, 18 Phillips Oilers in a 21-inning standing of 33 years in 1950 by. J1

I championship game in the fall losing 21 consecutive games before c
game of the year for Hospital and of 1930. defeating Nashville, 6-5. nG

With Cecil Field For District.Title came against through the Operations with lads.three hits a


(I ComNab-6 Administration-Communications-golf squad, NAS Jax Bill Baker was Green Cove's things NARTU in downing had an easy VA-859 time, 10-1.of Who was Wild Horse of the Osage? E

intra mural representative, was top man with six points. Stu Two big frames gave NARTU the
forced to share honors with Cecil Reed and Tom Schiene picked up game walking away. Pitching the Last week's Jax Air News Schneider thus wins first
Field in the district intra-mural 3% points for the Green Cove win for NARTU was Murray. quiz proved to be a toughie prize of two tickets to the C'for
,gulf championship playoffs held cause. Murray won his second game. of most fans but Roland F. Jacksonville Tars home games el
at the NAS layout last week. The Adm Comm ComNab 6 the week when NARTU emerged Schneider, ADI, of Fasron Six while Hollingsworth gets the t I
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Adm-Comm-ComNab-6 and Ce- combine was composed of Joe Williams orb top in a thriller with the and Robert Hollingsworth, free civilian cafeteria meal
cil deadlocked ith 26H points Yank Gage, John Burns, same squad, 9-8. An eighth&ln- AOC, of VF-41 had no trouble chit.
apiece, while the third entry, Porter Bedell, Steve Cornieillusen, ning rally by NARTU pulled the as they provided the first and This week's quizzer is: PI'

Green Cove Springs, finished witha A K. Robinson, Bill Brockhaus game out of the fire. second correct. answers re'What athlete was nick- -
total of 19 points. and Bob Thiel. Marine Security lost a pair of spectively.Answer named the MWild Horse of the '
to the "Who .
John Burns topped the local Green Cove linksmen included games in its outings last week. was heavyweight query boxing Osage: h,

point gettings with six, followedby Stu Reed, Frank Govern, Bill Baker The Marines failed to show for a champ (officially recognized) No answers will be accepted II
A. K. Robinson with :5H>> and Steve Jonda Bill Bonds, Tom game with Photo Lab and lost by to defend the title outside the prior to 0900 Friday The to
Captain Dittmar and Paul George Brandon, Red Embree and Cap- forfeit. In their hard game with U. S. A.'" was Primo Carfirst correct answer gets two J

I with 5 apiece tain Moore. Supply, the Marines took a beating nera. "De Preem" fought Paofree tickets to the Jax Tars
Heading the Cecil divot diggerswas Wright North, Doc Rice, Ken to the tune of 24-9. Every lina Uzcudun in Rome in 1933 games while the second win- 11.
Wright North with six tallies Bar tin a Dave Wyatt, Hines, man on the Supply squad registered to retain the heavyweight tiner wins a full course meal at la,
followed by Hines with SJi; Swinson. G r iff e n. and Kinney at least one safety-with the tie. the civilian cafeteria. ho
Griffen 5, and Kinney, 4. wlt"ldedhe clubs for Cecil Field. winning pitcher Mallory connect ) 11


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Fliers Oppose Fernandina Airman School Squads




r, In Fiesta Feature FridayJax Maintain Loop Lends


Navy's varsity baseballers clash with the Fernandina Sea- The Airman Preparatory School continues to steal the spotlightin
l' ders in one of the features of the annual Fernandina Beach Fiesta the NATTC Softball loop race, with the Airman School Ship's Com

Friday. pany leading the American division with a perfect slate of 14 wins,
The exhibition fray, which gets while the AN (P) Students hold sway in the National division witha
Duvall the loss.
under way at 1400, has been ar- taking pawkins 11-2 record..
credited with the win in
:ranged as a part of the huge pro- was pitching Feature of the past week's play
gram outlined for the day at Fer a masterful three-hit game. was the second no-hit, no-run ANY) Ship's Co. defeated Dis-
nandina Beach. RUE game of the season hurled by I pensary Dental, 31-0, behind the
W-R ..._...020 000 040- 10 2
Woodrow of ANP no-hit, no-run pitching of Woodrow -
Still striving to get above the NAS __._000 240 30x- 11 1 Perry ) ShipsCo.
to against Dispensary Dental.In Perry. Perry's mates backed
.500 mark, the Fliers journey
Dorrington, ((6)); Buttram, (8) ; him in the contest with 19
Patrick his win his up
Cocoa, Fla., to take on the achieving seventh
Air Force Base airmen Monday Jones and Pharr Righter (8); straight of the season with hits as Beaver with 4 blows, along

'r and Tuesday in single frays. Henninger and Wolz. out a loss, Perry along with Zeb with Murphy. and Perry himself
Take Two From Robins RUE Lazarus, having combined their with 3 hits were the leading bats

,. Last week-end's outings proved W-R _..000 000 100 151 pitching to give ANP) Ship'sCo. men.
NAS _. of the American League, a lUg Run \'ldorlf1JMaterialSupply
to be fruitful for the Fliers, as .001 001 50x- 782
they swept a two-game series with Becker and Faustyn; Latruno, 14.0 record.lfedlcs10 I with Vic Stone
Warner-Robins, Ga. Air Force at ((8)); Jones and Pharr. f on the rubber downed AO Ship'sCo.
encounter in the National
Monday's
Mason Field. The Fliers coppedthe ., 9in\ another contest. Al-
League saw the Medics, outhit 8 to 6 the from
opening game, 9-6 and walked RUE though boys
Training Facilities, ANP( ) Stu-
off> with the second fray, 7-1. NAS __-.000 010 001- 273 dents AK"A" 500 capitalized on some clutch
and School
A big fifth inning gave the P-l __.........020 500 OOx- 7 11 2 ing victorious.The, emerge hitting by Doering and Jones to
the out of the fire. Tex
Becker and Christensen pull game
Faustyn; '
Fliers four runs and a lead they Medics pounded out 10 hits
and Dingier. Hopkins of AO topped the hitters
stubbornly held throughout the and 10 runs to down AO Students, with 3 hits in 4 times at bat.Thursday's .
first game. A three-run splurge 10in the opening tilt with Liend
>n the seventh put the game in RUE on the mound. Swanson did the American League
t NAS ......_..000 000 000 032
the bag for the Fliers. A four- hurling for AO and contest saw the greatest number
run rally by Warner-Robins in P-I ..............211 104 12x-12 11 3 with the defeat. Lennie was charged of the of runs amassed in the league as

the eighth fell short. Duvall (4)), Martinyk and Medics led the hitters in the. game Material and Supply came up with
.. Faustyn; Dawkins and Dingier. ,. 35, while Personnel tallied 31.
with 3
Righter received credit for the e rX bingles.
win but needed help from new Training Facilities climbed out Material-Supply downed Aircraft
comer Ed Henninger. Dorrington, SoftballersThump LEADING FLIER HURLER of the National League cellar on Maintenance, 35-5, with Vic
Cut tram and Jones were on the Veteran Bob Becker is on the strength of a 20-hit barrageoff Stone winning his second game of
mound for the losers with Dor his way to another fine seasonon Athletic-Recreation's Red liar. the week. Morton, McLaughlin
rington taking the loss. the mound for the Jax Navy riss. The final score was 13-10, and Sullenberger toiled for the
The Fliers' bats came to life in City Fliers. Now in his second year Sinko received credit for the win. losers with Morton being charged
last the hosts with the Fliers he has rackedup Ed Hartman collected 4 hits in 5 i with the loss. Sullivan of Air-
tlecisioned Saturday's the Robins fray as Airmen, 71. Loop LeadersAfter five wins and three losses. times at bat for the victors. craft Maintenance boosted his bat-
i lie is expected to toe the rubber AN(P) Students continued their ting average with a perfect day
Fannon Homers against Fernandina in a winning ways by downing AE at the plate with 3 hits., Sulli-
After posting single tallies in a slow start Jax Na Fiesta Day fray Friday. Ship's Co., 18-3. Winkle twirledfor van's weekly batting.. average wasa

the third and sixth frames, the vy's Softball aggregation is ANP( ) with, Picquet as catch perfect 7 for 7.
Fliers romped five runs across in beginning to make itself felt er. Cornett hurled for AE with Zukowski of Material belted
the seventh. With runners on second as the locals continued their Bach Scores Ace Lubinski doing the back-stopping. out 4 bingles in the game, but
and third, and two out, Pete Miller led the assault at the plate had to take a back seat to his
Fannon drove a fast ball into deep four-game win streak by On No. 3 HoleAdrian for ANP( ) with 4 blows. teammate Martin who clouted 6
right-center for a roundtripper.Becker downing the league leading AK"A" Whips Lieuts. hits in 7 times at bat.
was robbed of shutoutin G. Bach of Fasron Six Ship's Co. Has Trouble
a Duval Motors, 8-2, in a City AK"A" School downed the 1st
the seventh frame when the fracas joined the charmed circle of Lieuts, 6-3, behind the sensational Dispensary Dental lost a 7-0 forfeit
League Monday night.
visitors combined a single and golfdom by scoring a hole-in- pitching of Ted Barksdale. Bark- to the fast-stepping Marine
double to push their lone run The Navy crew collected 12 one on the par-three 155yardNo. dale now has won eight straight Permanent Party.
across the ;plate. safeties, as well as playing error 3 hole of the NAS layout games, and is presently the lead ANP) Ship's Co. had an uphill
Pete Fartnon was the big gun less ball in support of Larry Tuso's last Saturday. ing pitcher in both leagues. Davenport fight to keep its unblemished

I for the Fliers, getting a homer, three-hit pitching job. It Bach accomplished the feat took the loss for the 1st record by downing AO Ship's Co.
, .J triple and single in four times at was the third time Tuso has with a No. 6 iron. It was the Lieuts. Hatley wtih two hits for 13-9. Woodrow Perry did the
bat.Bob beaten Duval Motors. second hole-in-one on cup No. ,AK"A" School was the leading hurling for the winners with
J Becker chalked up the win Third sacker Frank Geradeauand 3 and the third ever to be madeat batsman. ,George Breen doing the catching.
for the Fliers while Latrouno was hurler Tuso led the Navy the local course. Play shhifted to the American Olson started on the hill for AO
charged with the loss. stickers with two hits apiece Bach was in a threesome with League on Tuesday with Personnel and was relieved by Bowden in
Lose Two to I'l while backstop Milligan collecteda Dan Howard and Mike Clark. Marine Air Detachment ANP the 4th. Olson was charged with
timely double. the loss. Murphy and Perry each
Parris Island Marines scored a ( ) Ship's Co. and :MaterialSupply -
After Duval tallied two mark.
collected two hits in the contest.
double win the Fliers last winning their respective
over ers in the fifth on a home run by Personnel battered Athletic-Rec-
Monday and Tuesday at Parris Is Jesse Budd with Chase Cops Blind games.
mate aboard
a The Marines downed Athletic- reation, 31-10 in a wild and wooly
land. They won the first one, 7-2 the Fliers came back to knot the
Mac Macgiffin hurled the
Bogey CompetitionTop Recreation, 11-8, with Griner on game.
and the second tilt
captured going count with two tallies in
the sixth.
the hill, while Don Funk hurled win, while Don Funk took the loss
away 12-0. The Navy nine broke the fray honors in the weekly blind for the losers.Personnel for Ath.-Rec. Bob Hlabse, former
A big fourth frame gave the wide open with a big six-run rally bogie went to Bill Chase who fought off the late Athletic-Recreation player, starredin
.:Marines a five-run scoring spree in the seventh frame. shot a net 73. lie won the hon Aircraft Maintenance and the contest with 4 hits in 5
and enough to clinch the fray. A Outfielder Lefty Trotter and with 81 and rally bat his old team-
ors an a handicapof nipped its foe, 19-17 in a free- times at against
second-inning homer with one man first baseman Ross Kaser in play eight. hitting fray. Schwartz hurled the mates. Don Funk had 3 for 3
on gave the Marines their first ing their first game for Jax Navy Captain Rice took runner-up win for Personnel, while Sullivan for Ath.Rec.A .
pair of runs. Four Flier errors made auspicious debuts, getting honors with a net of 77, He shot took the loss for ACM. Sullivan, Is 0 on Thursday afternoon
and two scratch hits iced the contest three hits between them. an 85 and operated under a handi- leading batter in the American AK"A" downed Dispensary Medics -
e in the fourth inning. Now 2'i out of of 8.Longest. 23-6 in Tex
games first cap League, dished out 4 hits. Robertsof a replayed game. :
'. The Fliers registered single place in City League play, the putt of the day was Personnel also collected 4 hits. Barksdale hurled the win for the
tallies in the fifth and ninth in- Navy combine takes on the top snared by Bill Chase Jr, who Storekeepers. Bill Yarbrough
nings. An error, wild pitch, anda flight VFW Gator Post nine Friday tapped in a 30-footer on No. 18. in the longest drive departmenton leading batter in the National
'single by Becker in the fifth night under the lights at Bob Walsh; collected top honors No. 17 with a 275-yard wallop. League, continued his torrid clip w
gave the locals their first score. Lackawanna Park. by banging out 3 hits. Liend suffered

A double by Karpinski and sin- Jax Navy ....,...000 002 6-8 12 0 the loss for the Medics.
"\ gles by Manning and Faustyn accounted Duval Motors 000 020 0-2 3 2 Standings of NATTC IntraMural -
for the final tally of the Tuso and Milligan; Taylor, McConnell Softball Leagues:
game. and Budd.Waves. American League W. L.
Bob Becker was charged with t + Yw ANP) Ship's Co.-. 14 O

the loss, allowing 10 hits and fanning Personnel ...........-............-. 9 "5
11 men. Christensen took Bump Material & Supply ....>...... 9 5 ,
credit for the win as he gave up AO Ship's Co. .._.._.......-. 7 7
nine hits.Friday's. Marine Air Det. ........._.._ 6 8
tilt proved to be a walk City LeadersSkip Athletic & Rec ........._-... 6 8
r away for the Marines as they Dispensary Dental _.......... 4 10
.. blasted two Flier pitchers for eleven Sinko's three-hit pitching, Aircraft Maintenance .... 1 13
hits to win, 12-0. I plus, fine fielding by her teammates
The Islanders scored runs in gave the NAS Waves an National League W. I* '

every inning but the fifth. FUerst I upset 6-1 victory over the league- ANP( ) Students .,,-......... 11 2 ;
sl a b m a n :Martinyk was leading McMichael Sundries last 1st Lleuts. ........-............... 9 3 '
touched for four runs in the sixth :Friday In a City League encoun- Marine Air Det. ................ 8 3

inning. I AK"A" School ............... 8 6 .
MarUnyk and Duvall shared the ter.The defeat was the first of the Dispensary Medics ........... 7 6

pitching chores for the Fliers with season suffered by the Sundriesand AE Students ..........-...__ 6 6
-' pushed the Waves into sec- \ 5 ,Fix fx t @ tk a'v AE Ship's Co. .............._. 5 7
Vie Janowicz, Ohio State star, ond place in the city loop. AO Students .._._..___ 3 10
set some kind of a record when The local belles garnered but Training Fac. .................... 2 10
he graduated from high school. four hits off the offerings of Athletic & Rec ..............- 2 10
lie had offers from 61 collegesto Smith, but made the most of them .

play football.on. their side. Speas, Larrck, Free and Sinko collected Eddie Joost shortstop of the 4
the bingles for the Waves ,, generally recognized'
..
Al (Flip) Rosen making his Friday night the Waves engage as the best lead-off man in the ,
major league debut with Cleve- the Curry Thomas nine, third HE'S SAFE-Warren Conklin of VP-5 beats out a throw to American League-yet in seventeen I
land last year, led the league in place holders, at Glen Myra diamond first by a wide margin with Jim Clanton of Marine Air Detach I seasons he never batted .300
.A home runs, with 37, and batted in In an arc light affair at ment taking the toss. VP-5 took this NAS infra-mural loop tilt, and his 12-year major league average ''sJ
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(Item offering for sale articles. Cog In Everyday Operations
of property such as washing ma. .

chines, automobiles, furniture, ra. "I've been working on' the railroad --
dios, clothing and the like is prohibited ," is the theme of a crew of for the past ten years," along
by Defense Departme eleven who keep the base "choo- with his right hand man, brake- .,
regulations. This column wUl. choo" running daily on seven man Francis W. Cochran apply
however, list such servicesavailable ns miles of track. their trade of shifting and hauling -
housing, rides wante, When speaking of a Naval Air freight from all quarters of
lost and found articles, and oth. Station you would hardly thinkof the station. Many freight cars
er similar notices). railroading. But men of the leave the base loaded with mate-
FOR KENT railroad shop of Public Works are rial to far distant points of the

Unfura 2-bdrm. apt., 2946 Dow vital cogs in the station's. opefa-! United States. .
ing Ave. Mrs. Vernon Sikes, Ph. tions. *
9-3571. Engineer Felder L.. Johns, who Frequently the engine is put )
Furn. 3bdrm. house, 2604 Bay-; "has been working on the rail- into service to carry fuel and oil .
view. Mrs. Wilkes, Jr., Ph. : road from dawn to dusk at NAS to the power house. Food supply
coming to the base is one of the
7229. -1
Furn. 2bdrm. home, 4239 Timquana major items the railroad handles '
Rd. Venetia.' Mrs. O. J. f fc together with other vital mate-
COG-lIar'dly
Miller. VITAL anyone rials that keep the station in op- ', .

Furn. apt., garage, 2893 Post SI .. thinks of railroading when eration. ,
Apt. No. 1. Mrs. Gormley. mentioning the Naval: Air Sta- Things generally run smooth

Single & dbl. rms., 1447 Avonda tion, but it is an important and for the railroaders here, but en-
Ave. Mrs. Lee Schultz, Ph. ;2. vital cog in the daily opera- gineer Johns was considerably
discuss-
disturbed when he began
5930. 2-bdrm. home. $75 per mo. tions of the base. The 65-ton ing traffic at the base. "When we
Unfurn.4820 Palmer Ave. Chief McFa< Diesel engine, "The Cracker' leave the North gate as the train
Ph. 63301. successor to "Old Smokey," is moves across Roosevelt highway

Furn.den bdrm. Mrs. Slaughter, Ph.; caught on a run in top photo. many automobiles fail to heed
our warning to stop find oft times
82066. In the cab is engineer Felder just barely miss the engine as
Single rm. & garage, 2130 Ph.Del'7-. Johns, while his brakeman is their vehicles dart in front of it."
wood. Mrs. Thompkins, Francis Cochran. aBut .
'
2 4355.rms. &; bath, 2037 Myra: Stree Getting their orders, brakeman engineer Johns said with '
pride "Since I have been \
open :
H. Cundiff. hear theday's
R. "skipper"
Mr. and
Dellwoo engineer at the base we have had
Furn.rm.. apt., 2056 schedule being read by
PI] no major accident and no one
Mrs. G. H. Loggins,
Ave. William Dauphin, foreman of has ever been killed. That is im-
7.7959. and I strive to avoid such
Andrew portant
Al Thomas -
3bdrm. bung., garage, 5342 transportation as k3 i < N "
tleboro Ave. Mendell, Ph. 8-288 railroad supervisor and o situations.
Another individual who has a
after 1600. William Simcoke, in charge of
in the
interest
direct personal
home with cple., 534
share
Will
i Diaz Place. Mrs. McIntyre, PJ shop stores, listen in. running of the engine, now nick-
"
named "The Cracker, is WilliamA.
k 85727. Dauphin, foreman of transpor-
house 770 Sarana
2-bdrm. ,
Furn. time to time both he I ,
tation. From
7931.St. William B. Jordan, Ph. 7- Here To Be Different For A While and engineer Johns together with I I,

6rm. furn. duplex apt., garagE 'Liberty Going Thomas F.and Andreu quarterman, railroad transportation supervisor -*
Ave. Mrs. W. Hoi

Turn loway 1312 bdrm.McDuff Ph., 4620 24403.Birkenhead Rd Declare 27 Recent Returnees From Far East Zone lems that discuss arise. the many prob- ..

There is one faction one must
Rhodes.
3rm.Mrs.turn apt., 114 12th Ave. Twenty seven men who I beinggiven not overlook. That is the efficient
where are
what it looks like now, and whatit at NATTC they that replaces ties, repairs -
Duval Ph gang crew
South, Jax Beach. H. were eyewitnesses to recent looked like in the fall of 1945, the fundamentals necessaryto the roadbeds and inspects

2-5986. 124 12th Ave., events in Japan and Korea ar- according to the returnees. prepare them for advancementin the miles of track that twist and
5-rm. furn. apt., tell it's been the field of aviation technical Air
at NATT- "You can hardly turn throughout the Naval
South, Jax Beach. M. Neville, rived in one group work.
bombed, said one. "The Saps Station area.
Ph. 2-5986. Center last week. moved out all the rubble and *
Furn. 3-rm. turn cottage, $35 per of the current con- Real routine work
The veterans slapped up new buildings. cioNOTES Aside from this
Plainfield Ave., Orange
mo., 703 flict arrived to pursue courses In ones, reinforced concrete.. there is also 28 switches that
Park. Mrs. G. Schulz. aviation technical ,-ork, and rep- I have to be constantly inspected.The .
MISCELLANEOUSRiders resent detachments from the car- I"Y" .\lI. You remember seeing track crew is ever under the
wanted from 1st & Walnut riers Boxer, Princeton, Bairoko that picture magazine how this watchful eyes of John L. Elliott, \\
Sts., vie. of Springfield or Riverside and Bataan, and the Naval Air one Jap tore down this eighty leaderman of track laborers. i" ',
0800-1630. F. A. Powell, Station Facility Station at Oppama foot chimney all by himself A meeting of the board of governors To see the large 65-ton Diseel '
Ext. 8112 or Ph. 6-5187: after Japan. They're like that. They get going and a general assemblywas engine-sometimes standing silent-
t 1700. Their reaction to being back in on a job, and just hack at it held May 28, with the following l the yard adjacent to the
J, Baby sitter, 627 Edison Ave. Miss; the States is just about what until they get it done. They're elections taking place: Public Works garage, you would
i Emma Herring, Ph. 4-3218. I you'd expect. patient." President-elect: Jay H. D. Ste- never imagine that this giant hadso

Baby Sitter, 1211-B Hancock. Carol ""Heck," said one, "It's home. Anything to say about the Ko- vens, ALC, NATTC, effective July many chores to; do in a single
. Dodson, Ext. 556. :Any place in the States is home." rean war? One of them shrug- 1st; board of governors: John W. a
r, Riders wanted-Driving to Mil Blunk, AEC; Roscoe H. Grady, day.This mammoth Diesel also hat
, waukee July 2. Clarence Lieb- "BUT MAYBE,' another added, ged."Nothing you haven't read about AMC; Nathaniel S. Hall, AOC; a "sister," "Old Smokey," weighing -
" scher, Ext. 683. "It's going to be funny taking lib- already in the papers." Haywood G. Spell, AEC. 51 tons and operates by
; Exp. baby sitter, day or night erty for a while. After Tokyo Another nudged him. Bingo will be held as usual Fri- steam. But at the present time 4
Mrs. Register, 1217 CumberlandRd. and Kokosuka it seems kinda day, June 8, commencing at 2000. she is "secured," but can be used v'I.

., Ph. 8-0911. strange to see so many Americans "WHAT ABOUT the corps- Saturday, June 9th the regular in emergency. .
Exp. baby sitter. Peggy Brittaln walking around. Sounds different men?" dance will be held from 2030 to In spite of the many tasks thatBefall

Ph. 8-2838. too." He thought he would "Oh, yeah. The Hospital Corps- 0030 with music provided by the the NAS railroad, the engines -
Ride wanted from Main and VV adapt easily, though men. They're making a big rep- Eddie Hartman Combo. and train crew just go'chugging"
38th St. to NATTC, Hrs. 0710- What about Tokyo? utation for themselves out there. Sunday, June 10th, free dinner along..
.
1610. T. O. Currier.. There's a big difference between They don't ever seem to be thinking music will be provided by the JUKebox a
.
about themselves. They'll go for listening and dancing Not So Dumb

Navy Mcillcs Promote' In any place to haul out a guy pleasure, from 1800 to 2200. Knoxvllle, Tenn. (AFPS)-Po-
that's in trouble. You ought to Ice Sgt. Alvin Christie requested
Goodwill In Egypt I Book ReviewTorn I ,hear the Marines talk about them. TIME OUT FOR TWINS emotion(! to patrolman. "My "reason -

Washington (AFPS) Promo You'd think they couldn't praise Kenshelaer! N. Y. (AFPS)-The for wanting the demotion, he
tion of friendly relations betweenthe them high enough." town street-sweeping machine was said, "is that I feel the difference -
people of Egypt and the by strife and feeling the "They're doing a job and a out of operation for a half day. in pay, 17 cents per day, Is
United States is getting a decided' bitter animosity of the Arab nations half," one put in. Tabby, the city employees' mas- insufficient compensation for the
"lift" from the U. S. Navy. surrounding it, the new stateof The twenty-seven are attendingthe cot, gave birth to two kittens in responsibilities" a sergeant must ,
A report on the Navy's role ir Israel is discussed from its war Airman Preparatory School the machine's mechanism. assume. j

international relations is contained tom inception after the British .,.,
in the Winter issue oi mandate terminated in the early .
"The Pacific Spectator," publishedby part of 1948 to the latter part of

Stanford University Press. It 1949 in, "A New Star In The Near ..', ...1
tells of the work of U. S. Naval East," by Kenneth Bilby, noted ?: "
Medical Research Unit No. 3. political observer and reporter for f '"if' I '
The unit is engaged in basic the New York HeraldTribune.One 1 1t 'I
research in the tropical and exotic of the most phenomenal 4 4 i
diseases. One of its major feats of modern times is. taking iI
projects is to control bilharziasisthe : place in ancient Palestine. Froma "' I
No. 1 African disease which land devoid of natural resourcesand #
U said to infest 92 per cent of with a large portion covered tS
Egypt' population. hy desert waste, men and women J
from DP camps throughout Europe .
Possesses All Combat are ekeing a living out of ,
land they consider tehirs as a
Medals Except CMH birthright.The
'
1IitrS
the other hand t t F ,
Arab on t
New York (AFPS-The recent
Service maintain this ImpoterUhd stripon
award of the Distinguished -
Cross gave 1st Lt. John R. the Mediterranean theirs <
35th 25th In- because of their hating Inhabited -
h Hardy, Regiment, S
It for past"' centuries.Of .
fantry Division; possession of all
U. S. combat decorations except great concern to the civilized
world is the fact that religious
the Congressional Medal of Hon .
.
hrines of the highest order are

.. or.Lt, Hardy, now a patient at St. ilt disputed Jerusalem, the Jewish -
Albans Naval Hospital, on Long capital. The ancient city is
Island, received his latest decora- divided into two sections. In it is II ; 3 .r"
tion for extraordinary heroism in the Jewish Wailing Wall and the >
action in Korea. His home is at Holy Sepulcher, it is also the third a *
Niagara Falls, N. Y. holiest city to the Moslem world, .. ,. i:
and violence is always breakingout

Through the rights Instituted in between the Jews and Arabs. senior medical officer of the station, was
Julius C. Early,
the Constitution of the United Posing a knotty problem to the SURPRISE PARTY-When Capt. this Is what he found-a large birthday
observer, a careful reading of author called to the "coffee mess" last Friday at the Dispensary,
States granting freedom of the Accepting the well wishes of all personnel and expressing ] -
of the Bilby's book helps the lay- cake and greetings from Dispensary personnel. cut the cake bakedin
mOt press, we informed have become nations one of thee man draw his own conclusion I deep appreciation: for the "surprise" party, Captain Early proceeded to

worUL about troubled Palestine. his hoonr.Page / 'J




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