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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 28, 1951
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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To Eventually Total $60,000,000 5

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$ tM 10.000 Sought For Nauv Construction In '52

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'A request for ?33,923- plete the proposed projects in Some .$9,929,600 is being cilities at.'Mayport, with the to-
asked for 1952 to tal cost, when completed,
300 to begin construction this area. begin construction .
The announcement s h Q w s of the master jet amounting to $4,200,000. I '
'pf three projects in 1952in that total expenditures' for Na- base tt the Naval AuxiliaryAir The Jacksonville area proj-
the Jacksonville area vy projects at the Naval Air Station at Cecil Field. The ects are only part of several

has been presented by the Station, Cecil' Field Mayport cost for the master jet base slated for the State of Florida. .
\" to Con- and the proposed huge supply )I will eventually total $21,117- Other Navy projects, their .
Navy Department J :
I depot near Trout Rh'er'w 211 costs and appropriations, as .
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gress, according to a re- eventually total about $60,000000. ,- 600.For proposed construction at outlined by Rep. Sikes, include:

port made public by rep the Naval Air Station a re- Naval Station Key West, .
Bob Sikes, member of the quest of $8,076,000 has been dredging at submarine base ;
House Sub- Largest single I amount is forwarded, for expansion of aviation and additional berthing facili- .
Appropriations destined for the construction of facilities, total cost of ties, '$2,347,250.NavalAuxiliary. s
Committee for the. Armed the Navy supply depot along which may reach $10,956,000. Air Station, t .
... Services. the St. John's River, for stor- In addition, helicopter facili- Bronson Field, acquisition of
The requested figure, accord- age and handling of various ties will be constructed here at land, $5,500.Naval .
ing to the published report, rep- types of supplies. The amountof NAS during 1952, costing some Auxiliary Air Station,
resents expenditure sought for $11,122,600 is sought for the $3,630,000. Corry Field, additional aviation ':'.: S
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construction during 1052 and fiscal year for this project, facilities, $5,500.
is reported to be about half of while it will eventually cost An additional $1,165,000 is Naval Air Station, Key West 1

the funds necessary to com- $17,919,800. being sought for aviation fa- (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 2) '. .'..'. .
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-.-. HIGH UP ON THE POLE-

lIe's not a professional flagpole
volunteer Naval Air sitter-he's Charles Scar-

Reserve units operating out VOL-9 No. 13 Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida June 28, 1951 brough, automotive heavy

of NARTU Jacksonville as equipment operator of Public
Associated Volunteer Unit Works who is aloft to replace a
.tw. ry- }) pNNK. fQ Observe
To
p new halyard on the flag staff in
Aviation No. 3 will be disbanded }c front of the Main Administration -

program under and will a be nation-wid reorganized 4th Of JulyA building

into Auxiliary Air Units Rear Adm. Davis
salute from the sta-
I Effective July 1, the three vol- 21-gun

,... unteer groups-one at Charlestor, E$ tion's twin battery of three- New Commandant6th
S. C., one at Orlando, Fla. and inch guns Wednesday, July 4,
the other at Jacksonville-will be will help NAS Jacksonville

replaced by the new Auxiliary Air commemorate the nation's 175th Naval DistrictRear
Units, members of which'will receive '
pay for training. \f. 4 4t anniversary of the Declarationof
Adm. Glenn Benson Da-
Take Time Off Jobs Independence.Brief
named to succeed
vis has been
Most of the members of Associated observances of the occasion -
Jacksonvillein Rear Adm. Robert W. Hayler as
Volunteer Unit No. 3 wen JiI are set for Commandant for the Sixth Naval
in which planes of Carrier Air'Group
men who could not participate District.
Eight have been askedto
regular NARTU programs becausi participate on'July 3. The new Commandant who
of their civilian occupations.Get .
comes to Charleston, S. C. from
subma-
Pay Now The "guppy type" duty as Commandant of the Potomac
marine USS Odax will visit
For most members the only; :.v vt i.r :.Je" Jacksonville on the 4th. Visi- River Naval Command at
perceptible change will be the fac tors can inspect the vessel from Washington, D. C is slated to
that they receive drill pay for 12;! -- 1300 to 1700 at the Naval Re- Lake: over his duties July 1.

I dtill periods per year. This ill FIRST RESERVISTS TO GO-Sergeants John R. Collet, left serve Training Center on Morse Rear Admiral Hayler, Commandant
one-half the number of pay per!- and James J. Burke, center, receive their separation papers as the Street. The Center is also hold- Sixth Naval District
j ods allowed in the organized re first Marines to be released here under the Marine Corps Reserves ing open house for visitors on since, March 1948, gets a new assignment
j serve. Members of the volunteei I release program. Major Norman O'Bryan, commanding officer of Wednesday. at Great Lakes, 111.,
units have served entirely without the Marine Air Detachment at NATTCenter, right, presents the Station personnel get a full >where he will serve as President
pay since shortly after the em Sergeants with ,their final papers. day's respite from work in ob- it the General Courts :Martial
of World War II, with the excep of the day as a legal Board of the Ninth Naval Dis-
tion of a two weeks annual train servance Lrict.
Seek To Increase holiday.
ing cruise.It ParticipationIn Rear Admiral Davis, a nativef
is anticipated that at least Norwalk, Ohio, graduated from
three Auxiliary Air Units will be Payroll Savings Plan DrivePersontoperson 194 Await Resultsof the Naval Academy in 1913. During -
organized immediately. Consideration World War II he served as

is being given to establish contacts an 1 long station employees began in commanding officer of the Bat-
ing Auxiliary Ground Units withIn earnest Monday in the' kick-off of the station's campaign to Increase E-3 ExaminationOne leship; USS Washington, .which
a .. the reserve units. In this man enrollment in the Payroll Savings Plan. participated in heated Pacific
ner it is hoped to provide stronger hundred and twentyfourseaman ampaigns: ; was Commander, Battleship -
support units for the organized re Various departments and divisions Payroll Savings Bond Plan. and airman appren- Division 8; Inspector General -
ceive. were given something to Air Station Western Sea Frontier and
tices at the Naval !
to back the
shoot at before the campaign wasa Attempting bring
Local AVUA No. 3 is commanded held the will be awaiting the results of Deputy Commander, Western Sea
by
of once
day old. Disbursing branch high percentage
Frontier with additional duty as
by Lcdr. Frederick B. Mohle. examinations taken yesterdayfor
station, have been hit
the canvassers
Supply Department became promotion to Pay Grade Chief of Staff, and aide to Commander -
4 > first unit at NAS to reach 100 percent ting each department with person Western Sea Frontier:
in the drive, which Is being I to. person contacts. NAS E3.Pay .
New Exec For conducted this week civilian participation has dropped Grade E-4 (petty officer
I from 67% a year ago to a present third class) examination will
Week-Long Drive figure of 49.5%, The overall Navy be given to 197 eligible and Early DeadlineSet
Now in its fourth day, the drive participation is 64#. recommended personnel hereon
NARTU Jax Is picking up momentum and before I Can Aid Nation July 10. Tests for Pay Grade Next WeekDeadline
the week is out, general l 11 E-5 (second class) will be con-
Commander Anthony Trusso as- chairmen and their cohorts hope I This week has been designatedthe ducted July 17' and Pay Grade for for publi-
station's "Bond Drive" week E-6 (first class) exams are copy
to show commendable increasein
a
sumed duties Wednesday as executive cation in next week's Jax Air
officer of NARTU Jackson- civilian participation in the (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 2) slated for July 24. News will be moved up one day,

ville. Commander Trusso cornea with all copy to reach the edi-
to Jacksonville from the Naval I tor's desk by 1630 Monday.
Air Reserve activity in Columbus,, Due to the July 4th legal holiday -
Ohio, where he served as training the Jax Air News will go
officer. to press one day earlier, although
Commander Trusso is relieving it will still be issued a a
Capt. Laurence D. Ruch, who assumed scheduled on Thursday, July 5.
the NARTU executive officer Press day, which is normally
post in October 1950. Cap Wednesday, must be 'moved up
tain Kuch received his promotion A to Tuesday, due to the holiday
, to four stripe rank recently and which is being observed nation-
i has been detached from NARTU $ wide.
I 4 to assume the post of District Av- All pictures must be in the
iation Officer at the Headquartersof editorial offices by 0800 Monday -
the Commandant, Fifth Naval while copy will be accepted -
District In Norfolk, Virginia.A as late as 1630 Monday.*Cooperation -

native of California and a is requested from all
of California unit and sub-unit public infor-
graduate of the University -
I 4 at Los Angeles Comdr. mation offices in meeting the

" Trusso enlisted as a Naval Aviation early deadline.. .
f Cadet in 1937 and received
; his commission as an Ensign in Comdr. Gullelle New
the Naval Reserve and his designation -
as a Naval aviator in Oc- lAS Legal Officer

tober .1938.
He has served with Patrol Comdr. George L. Gullette
took over duties last week u
Squadrons Twelve and 'Forty-one,
I 'y of NAS. He succeeds -
officer
legal
' based at the Naval Air Stationsat
'I Norfolk and Puerto Comdr. Howard N. Moore,
San Diego! .
"'.' ,. .;:; who has been given a new assignment -
Rico, and later served as an instructor { --- rII' -
:
I at NAS Pensacola and -- at Subic Bay, P. I.

NAS Corpus Christi, Texas. 100 PER CENT UNIT-Almost before wind of the station's Bond Drive reached all Hands, the Comdr. Guilette comes to
of Supply Department had reached 100 per cent participation in the Payroll Jacksonville after attending Naval -
He saw. fleet duty in the South Disbursing branch Justice School at Newport
Pacific where he served with Savings Plan. Front row, left to right are, Herman Davis; Edith Zalensky; Anne Boylston; Lcdr. with
Prior to that he was
Clemens Esche. Second R. I. ;
Bombing Squadron 106, the South Horace B. Gould; Pauline Morriss;; Dorothy Watson; Mattie Hayes and Advocate -
the office of the Judge,
Hardwick .
Pacific Transport Command and row left to right, Nell Lucas, Gloria Gerrard Thelma l\lencneri Betty Bennett, Harry General Department,
Louise Betty Eggleston, Susan Ko- Navy
II a-s commanding officer of Fight- and John Inabinet. Back row, left to right, D, C. I' '
Washington
ing Squadron :.!O. zak, Eleanor Hess, Alton Til I Is, Clara Baker and Garth Winstead.


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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS June 28, 1951 ,.

r Report From Washington


J'6>> :1 itti j ., -- To Study Service Pay Under Living Index .



Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval AIr

Station, Jacksonville Fla.NAS, Jacksonville I Navy To Commission First Wave Reservists Since WW11By

Capt. Douglas T. JDay Commanding Officer Armed Forces Tress Sen'lceTilE servists, 2,216 staff sergeants will advance to "
Comdr. Porter F. Bedell JExecutive Officer
the next
HOUSE ARMED Services Committeehas higher rank. i
Lt. Lorenzo W. Baldwin.Public Information Officer
.
asked the Defense Department to state its
Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear views on legislation recently proposed by Rep. WITH A VIEW to preventing destruction of
Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery Commander James E. Van Zandt (Pa.), under which pay Niagara Falls by erosion and wear by the constant
Capt. Allen Smith -Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces would be geared to the flow of water, the Army Engineer Corps
Fleet Air Wing Eleven Government cost of living index. Enactmentof has constructed a model of the historic falls
Capt. Jesse S. McClure __._ ._._._ Commander the measure would result in an initial pay at the Vicksburg, Miss., experimental station.
Comdr. Joseph B. Tibbets _____00_..___ Chief Staff Officer increase of approximately nine per cent. It is hoped that study of the water flow over .
Naval Air Technical Training Center the model will provide data useful in preserving ,
Capt. Lester K. Rice _..___.___..... Commanding Officer the original Niagara Falls.
A NEW STEPPED UP in
Comdr. John A. Gamon, Jr. _.._...._, ._ Executive OfficerCapt program the Air *
Command and Staff School's Academic Instructor -
Naval Hospital Course at Maxwell: AFB, Ala., is de- HEADQUARTERS of the newly-activated
Dwight J. Wharton Commanding Officer signed to turn out about 1,500 Air Reserve Technical Training Air Force will be estab-
Capt. Guy E. Stahr Executive Officer Officer Training Corps instructors during June,. lished at the Gulf Coast Military Academy .
NARTU July and August. Attendance quotas are be- near Biloxl, Miss., by mid-summer. Maj. Gen.
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp Commanding OfficerExecutive ing divided equally between officers and air- Charles C. Chauncey former deputy commander -
Comdr. Laurence D. Ruch : Officer
men. Technical Training Air Training Command,

Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration will command the new* *activity.
building. Phone extension 8184. THE NAVY has announced plans to mod- *
Editor-Andrew H. Planey ernize the Essex-class aircraft carriers Ran- THE NAVY has announced plans to replacethe

Staff Members: John L. Almond; Barbara RicKman, SN; dolph and Hornet. The Randolph will be converted temporary hospital on Guam with a permanent ,
Gerald Hynes. SN. at the Newport News, Va. Shipbuilding 350-bed hospital for use by personnelof
The JAX AIR NEWS I* published weexiy" at the U. S. Naval Air Station and Drydock Co. and the Hornet at the New all Armed Forces, and Naval civilian em-
Jacksonville Florida, and printed commercially with non-appropriated fund York Naval shipyard. ployees. Military personnel are now using
at no expense to the government and in compliance: with NAVEXOS P-35. Rev. facilities
temporary operated jointly the
AFPS material appealing in this publication may not be reprinted without by
.. he written permission I of Armed Force Press Service. Republication of other GORDON: GRAY former Navy and the Guam Memorial Hospital.
matter, except by service publication, 1 Is prohibited without permission of Army Secretary, ., *
Editor, JA.'C AIR NEWS. now president of the University of North Caro- TilE NAVY will commission the first
Nov. 1943. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the lina, has been asked to head a new psycho- WAVE .
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Cecil Field: andThe warfare board Reservists since World War II under a new
logical formed
JAX AIR NEWS U a member of the Armed' Force Press Sen'Ice.: being to devise program. Heretofore, applicants for WAVE
the U. S. Naval Hospital. anti-communist strategy outside the miliary General Line commissions were required to en-
field.
ter the Regular Navy Applicants who qualify
Youth> Born At The new agency will be independent of all will be commissioned Ensigns of the Line and
I departments except the National Security ordered to active duty at shore stations after
IVavalcadenySu'orn Council, and will have access to the facilitiesof eight weeks of indoctrination at the General
the State and Defense Departments and Line School, Newport, R. I.
In>, By DadRaised the Central Intelligence Agency. Candidates must have reached their 21st but
*
not their 27th birthday, must hold a baccalaureate "
in naval environment all MORE THAN 3,800 Marine Corps staff
non- degree from an accredited college or university r
his life, 17-year-old Samuel L. commissioned officers have been selected for and pass physical and aptitude tests.
McClure has finally decided to promotion, setting a new record in the num- Proficiency in mathematics through trigonom
take a big step-that of becoming ber of enlisted men's promotions authorized at etry, formerly required of applicants for Line
Ip Ipa part of Uncle Sam's Navy. one time. Including both Regulars and Re- Reserve Commissions, has been eliminated. "
Enrolling In the eight-week air- .
man recruit training course at Aft .11I "
the Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve -
axons
Training Unit, Sammy had I : I'I'U Young
the honor of being sworn in by -
his father, Capt. Jesse S. McClure, I fl For Airman
Commander, Fleet Air Wing 11.
The ceremony took place recentlyin I-
the office of Capt. Raymond Recruit CourseSixty

N. Sharp, NARTU commanding
officer. A most interested wit-
/ Airman Re-
:; f young
:
NEW TURBO-JET A ness was Sammy's mother. <
new cruits from Jacksonville and
Young McClure has the distinc-
jet engine is prepared for test tion of being born at the United surrounding area reported to

ing at Lockland, Ohio. It is the States Naval Academy. His father a: NARTU Jax June 30 to be- .. :>

same size as the present battle was attending post-graduate gin their eight weeks of
school there at the time. Since 3
tested jets but far 0L
more powerful b'f training in the Airman Re-
then, Sammy has followed his ,
and is for advanced z
designed father to every peacetime duty cruit Training Course.

military aircraft. It is station. While a member of the i Following the issuing of Navy

a General Electric product. organized reserve he plans to ap- ,d, 91.4 Ag uniforms, the youngsters began an
ply for admission to the Naval f
r ,, accelerated training period that
Academy. J S i will qualify them to attain the
; *
Theatre rate of Airman Apprentice when
the course ends on August 14.
Seek to IncreaseContinued
-
Carefully Selected:
GuidelIAINSIDE ( from rage 1) The recruits, who were carefully -
aviation fuel storage, $250,000; t selected on the basis of test
I aviation facilities, $5,190,000, \ r scores, will learn much about
Thursday, June 28 $4,200,00; additional aviation <_ shipboard organization, aircraft
"Snake River Desperadoes" facilities, $3,867,400. engines, handling i of small arms, '
Charles Starrett Naval Air Station, :Miami, Morse code and semaphore sig-
Friday June 29 additional aviation facilities, nalling, navigation, small boat
"Footlight Varieties" 1012000. handling and other allied subjects.
__Jack Parr Harmonicats Naval Air Station, Pensacola I Final two weeks of the course will
Saturday, June 30 additional aviation facilities be spent on the NARTU flight
'Second Face"__Ella Raines' (6,439,500; development of jet line where they will learn of air-
Sunday July 1 training field, Ft. Barrancas, I craft and general plane handling.
"Showboat" _Kathryn Grayson $15,210,000, $3,330,000; new facilities & In addition there will be classes
Monday, July 2 $1,500,000 non for ya I in supervised athletics each day
"All About Eve" ,__Bette Davis 1952. with much time being spent in
Tues. & Wed., July 3 and 4 Air Eft qualifying for N a v
Naval Auxiliary Station, U'X'=<< ; i.i!. ii i! ) =- y swimming
"The Frogmen"Richard Sanford, additional aviation facilities tests.
,. Widmark $4,015,000. CHECKING IN Sixty youngsters from the Jacksonvillearea To Receive Pay i
NA1'TCenterThursday Naval Auxiliary Air Station, reported to NARTU Jax June 20th to begin the annual eight- The "Air Boots" will receive an
June 28 i Sa u fie y, additional aviation week Airman Kecruit Training Course. The group here gets its airman recruit's base pay of) $75:
"Sirocco" _Humphrey Bogart facilities, 1447500. first close-up view of" one of the FG Corsair fighters flown by per month aa well as their room
Friday, June 29 Naval Air Station, Whiting "Weekend Warriors. and board and uniform. Their total -
"Second Face"_ Ella Raines Field, additional aviation facilities earnings for the eight weeks
Saturday June 30 $2,167,000. Fleet Sonar It's AvailableA will be approximately $140.
"Footlight Varieties" School Key West, school build- The course is under the supervision -
_, _Jack Parr Harmonicats ing, 2788500. of Lcdr. Harry M. Nearing -
Sunday, July 1 Naval Ordnance Unit, Key College Education For 2 Bucks : He is assisted by Chief JohnD.
"Cattle Drive"_Joel McCrea West, underwater ordnance Hilton and Chief G. Roy. In
Mon. & Tues., July 2-3 test building, $694,100, none for addition the Marine Air Detach- +
""Showboat" ....Kathryn Grayson 1952.Air A college education for mal found in Africa like the Okapi ment of NARTU has assigned
Wednesday, July 4 Force projects in Flori- two bucks 1 ," she added. S/Sgt Wilber C. Jackson and
"All .About Eve" _...J3ette Davis da included in the construction "Sure," says NATTC's Geneva Miss Banks was recalled to T/Sgt. James D...,Clan ton as in-
I request are: McDill Field, $9- Banks, PNT1, who mightbe active duty- in January after structors.
914,000; :Morison Field, $8,320- considered a registrar of one teaching geography at State t
000; Orlando AFB, $699,999; of the largest universities in College in La Crosse, Wisconsin,' '
DIVINESERVICES Pine Castle AFB, $24,759,000; the world, the United States for the past 2>/4 years. Weather Outlook
Tyndall AFB, $2,036,000; Lynn Armed Forces Institute.At The weather outlook for the
Haven AFB, $59,000; Eglin NATTCenter her job is to "That shook up my confreresIn week-end, says the weather man,
AFB $45,549,000. assist officers and enlisted men the teaching profession," she will be more of the same-hot-
in selecting the USAFI courses said, "they considered it tantamount with scattered showers.
required to round out their (education to drafted."
AT THE STATION CIIAPELS being Friday-Continued fair and
Protestant $30 MillionContinued with a view towards Im- She is well satisfied with her hot with scattered showers.
proving their chances of suc- current billet. It ties in with Saturday-Continued hot with
0930-Services. All Saints' Chapel ( from Pare 1) cess in their naval careers, and experience she has had in the probable rain.
(Sunday School) and it is expected that every em- in civilian! jobs after they are educational field and she feels Sunday-Hot and scattered i "I'h
0915) -Naval Hospital Chapel. ployee not presently enrolled in discharged. that anyone can do his best in showers.It .
1043-All Saints ChapeL the payroll savings plan will be a job he likes. > i I
Catholic contacted and given the opportu- "Jt doesn't matter whether i says here they now have anew
C830-Mass, St. Edward's ChapeL nity of signing for this worth- they left school in the elemen- Two Airmen met in front of Army classification: 5-B, .
0930-St Edwards' Chapel (Cate- while program. tary grades, or went on to get the NX on a drizzling day. Baldness, bridgework, bifocals,
chism Class). Purpose of the drive it has FhD's. she says, "they're all "Say," said the first, "what'i bay window and bunions.
1030--Mass, St Edward's ChapeL been pointed out Is two-fold. eligible for courses, and we have the idea of wearing rny raincoat .
0645-Mass at Hospital ChapeL First to encourage systematic courses to benefit all. Trouble ?" The equator Is something
Mormon savings and secondly to help tight is, a lot of them don't know "You wouldn't want your new I've not been afraid of
Wednesday-1930-at Small ChapeL inflation as well as aiding the na- what USAFI stands for. Some blues to get wt, would you T." Since the day I found out
.tion's defense efforts. of them think it's a little ani- said the other. -..1' What equators! are made of



28, 1951 JAX1 AIR NEWS Page Three

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Station L r Gray Ladies Gave !



r" Dialogue .1 j i 8,000 Hours Of


Work At
,. HospitalIn
!
"Station Dialogue" provides an :

opportunity for military and civil- 12 months, members of the '

ian personnel of NAS to voice Duval Gray Ladies gave nearly j'
hours' work at the Naval
8,000
.
their opinion on a question put to
Hospital, according to Mrs. Burton -
\, them by a Jax Air News reporter. Barrs, chairman of volunteer ;

is "W bat who at a recent
Today's question : ', service, spoke 1
,
kind of truce should United Na- ,, luncheon.meeting at the "O" Club. \\1
The report also revealed that ,
tions accept In the Korean war, \X
committees of the group contributed -
or do you think they should accept individually many hours of '

D9 truce at all!" service to various functions. High- I
.
est in this category was the social 1

-t Lt. Ceorge B... ...Tabeling, VP-741: service department composed '
...-"- '::.. "it__ ia my onin- of 35 Gray Ladies with 3,000( j

ion that the hours credit.
'

Chinese had no i ''+It ', "' <, j n Broken down, the committees ;
: : ,. '' Ht2 :
.. :
business in the "l'>. > ",i1" .. ; t'<:'l8' 1< ro:4h.3iIi _;"..a_ .< and the number of hours each

first place to served were: Recreation 2,100; ,
YES IT HAPPENED HERE!-This Is the scene that greeted the incoming tide last Friday morn- Out-Patient Clinic, 600; Children'sWaiting 1
invade Korea. ing. Thes( up-ended car is a result of a careless driver falling asleep at the wheel. While travelingeast RoOm at the Out-Patient 1
They should wheel struck, cement sewer abutment and turned the vehicle over.
on Saratoga, the front a Clinic, 200; Library, 1,000, and the -
withdraw from The driver suffered no serious Injuries. Occupational Therapy Work Shop,
--
i all of Korea -

s and if a truce LOCKER CLUB Sodality Group 300.The sewing class for young Ii.
Who's Who mothers in the Out-Patient Clinic
Tabeling l is to be had,
: i 94 hours' work. This ,1
SET FOR ElI11 r reported
have it between those of NorthKorea Entertains At
service Inaugurated several
was
who shot their Into
way
the South. By no means .should NEPTUNE BEACH Special AffairMembers In Defense weeks of :Mrs.ago Nathan, under Bedell.the supervision ,;

Red China have a voice in a truce
of the chairman of the
Enlisted personnel Appointed as
for they are solely puppets of of the Sodality of Our Capt. Joy Bright Hancock, USN
Armed Forces will have (exclusive Gray Lady Corps for the comingyear ,
'- another "
power.. use of a new "locker club," Lady were entertained at dinner Director Naval Women was Mrs. Hayes McRae. :Mrs.R. .

the Surf Lodge, at Neptune Wednesday evening, June 20, by C. Coats was appointed vice ,
Frances Townsend Operations Father (Lt.) John J. Burns, Ca- Appointed Director of Womenin introduced at '
Beach openingJuly 1, it has chairman. Guests
and director of the the Naval Service and pro-
Employee: 1don't tholic chaplain and
the luncheon included
been learned. Capt.
held at moted to rank of captain, July
dinner
think the Sodality. The was ,
Located on the ocean where 26 1948. Mrs. Guy E. Stahr, Lt. Mary Pike,
Restaurant in ,
United Nations the Mt. Vernon
Boulevard Old Beach and Miss Louise Clark.
Atlantic (
Born in Wildwood, N. J.. May
Park. .
should
accept a Orange :: *
Road) meets the sea, this re-
4, 1898 Attended George
truce in the Ko- Social Chairman of the Sodality -
S' modeled and newly equipped "Washington University, Craw- Cray Ladles receiving certlfi "
rean war. Rus- beach lodge is scheduled to remain Mrs. Erma Smalling, arranged ford Foreign Service School, cates at the meeting were: Mrs. 'j
sia, as we all decorations and presented a cor- .
the round. Marion J. Alexander, Mrs. Elinor
open year Pierce School of Business Administration -
Father Burns
know, is behindall Its facilities include a snack sage to each guest Paris Branch of New Anderson, Mrs. Marguerite Avery,

this aggres- bar, lounge, lockers, showers presented additional gifts chairmen.to the York School of Fine and Applied Mrs. Charlie-Louise Bain, Mrs.

sion. My ad- and sleeping accomodations for officers and committee Arts, and Henry Berliner Avia-- Ann Clarke, Mrs. Joann D'Orsay,
Mrs.
vice is they 100 men. Locker space to ac- Members present were tion School. Mrs. Doris Lee Emerson, Mrs. Violet

asked_._ for it and comodate approximately 300 Stella Lodesky, Mrs. Marilyn Kor- Served as yeoman first class H. B. Goodhue. Mrs. Elaine F. '
.&unu".uunve", u It home dek, Mrs. Mary Wheat, Mrs. Mary Mrs. B. Her- i i
'. men at one time will be avail and chief yeoman in the U. S. Haralson Georgia
<< i to them. That is the only lan- Korson 'Miss Agnes Kazda Mrs. Naval Reserve Force during bertson, Mrs. Joan O. Hildebrandt,
t they understand." able.The Erma Stalling, Mrs. June Crotty, Mrs. Z. .
guage management has an- World War I at New York Shipbuilding Clara Kirby.
nounced that daily rates for Mrs. Margaret Owens, Mrs. Mil- Yards and at the Naval Mrs. Mabel Krieger, Mrs. May.

Alyn Swan SA, O & R: "I lockers and dormitory will be dred Brennan Mrs. Margaret Sul- Air Station, Cape May, N. J. mee Lambert Mrs. Jean M. Lam-

;, am for goingall I moderate. Monthly member- livan, Mrs. Janet McMullen, Mrs. Mustered out of service in 1919 son, Mrs. Gretchen LeMaistre,

',; out in this ships at special rales may be Lois Doughty, Mrs. Betty Mas- and became civilian employee at Mrs. Alice O. MacDonell, Mrs. Minerva .
obtained. lanka, Mrs. Elaine Roberts, Mrs. Naval Air Station, Lakehurst, R. Mason Mrs. Dixie B.
Korean war. No Margaret Anderson, Mrs. Margaret 1 N. 1.In. O'Conner, Mrs. Virginia Poe, Mrs.

truce of any Fuller Luella B. Rivenbark, Miss Martha -

kind. If we do Launch Two New Mrs Gladys Lombard!. Mis:: Smith, Miss Marilyn Joan ,1.

accept one, it is Teresa' Ann Crotty, Mrs. Theresa Snider, Mrs. Marilyn Stein, Mrs. ,
r.or Galuzzi, Mrs. Ann Sidorskl, Mrs. Betty Woodward, and Mrs. Elizabeth <
S tS liable to be a Fleet Type Subs Mary Post 'Mrs. Jacquelin Han I Young.Senior.

phony. I don't Ion, Mrs. Mary Foersch, Mrs. A 5.5 .,55

think can J. Carmody, Mrs. Walter Cupp,
)> you
Armed Forces Press Service
By
!. do honorable The Navy's undersea fleet has Mrs. Sabel Rudd, Father Burn:: I Girl Scouts
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Swan business with been increased with the additionof and Father Eugene I '

the Chinese Reds. two of the latest-type subma- werp, NATTC .Catholic, chaplain To Hold Camp

II I rines. They are the SS Triggerand

Harold Nesbitt, AO3, VA-859: the USS Tang. Engine Dies, So Clevci' I Scouts Fifteen, members senior mariner of Troop Girt 40,

af -wo, absolutely to The Tang Class boats are built Tors Brea/i/ Out SailsShades Venice, Fla., will arrive tomorrow
enable them to travel submerged +
truce .
no of any afternoon for a two-day encampment ,
at a greater speed than when of Kon-Tiki and other "
kind. After at the Naval Air Sta
six boats of
surfaced. There
are heroes of the briny deep! tion. '
fighting them this class-Wahoo, Trout, Gudgeon -
Commander Paul V. Evans The in the 15-18
girls, age
a year we justcan't and Harder, in addition to >,
and his right good crew aboardthe bracket, are making their first
? acceptany the two latest
USS Arequipa, a freighter encampment here although the
truce. It The Trigger was launched at steamship, found themselves Boy Scouts have made it an annual .

Is 'all out' in the Electric Boat Company, adrift in the Pacific 837 miles I part of their summer program

my opinion. Groton, Conn., and the Tang out of San Francisco while on for several
years.
Think of the was launched at the Ports- a routine voyage from Pearl charge of Editorial and Re- While aboard the station the
horror this sit mouth (N. II.) Shipyard. Harbor. search Section and was Special I Girls Scouts will study the life

Nesbitt Trigger's prospective comman- The problem was a disables Assistant to the Chief in Bureau of the WAVES both at work and
1934-1912 .
: Commander Ed- of Aeronautics,
ding officer is
during recreation hours. All recreational
the had its
engine but Navy rep
lives of American youth that have ward L. Beach, Jr., who was ex- ; at stake. Commissioned lieutenant Worn' facilities will be opento
utation
been spent in bloody battle. Stopat ecutive officer of the ill-fated en's Reserve, U. S. Naval Re- them during the encampment,

no line, occupy all of Korea, original Trigger, sunk duringher "Full sail, Commander Evans: serve, 1912.Appointed. and they will be billeted in the
and give the country back to the 12th patrol during World ordered from the helm. Crewmer Women's Reserve WAVES barracks.

Koreans." War ILThe complied by rigging up a sail ol Representative for BuAer and Plans for their entertainmentand
hatch the twc, Chief of Naval!
canvas covers on for the Deputy
original Tang made five study have been arranged by
I forward masts. Air) 1942 As-
Lupton, LST-32: Operations ( ,
Chief George combat patrols before she met ) Lt. Josephine Chenault, WAVE
For 11 hours the ship breezed sistant Director (Plans of theWomen's
her fate in the Pacific. Her com Administrative officer and assist..
I'I I' manding officer was Commander along at a speed of about two Reserve 1946. ant Public Information officer.
I who the knots while the crew sang sea Sworn into Regular Navy, Oc-
Richard O'Kane, won rank The Scouts will arrive by mo.
Medal of honor lie is on duty at chanties. tober 1948, with temporary rank tor, accompanied by Mrs. GeorgeF.

New London, Conn. Mrs. O'Kanewas A friendly tug finally towed I of captain and commander.permanent Gibbs, Jr., Scout leader, Miss

sponsor for the new Tang. the old salts home.-AFPS), of lieutenant Hancock has been Pat Stearnes, assistant Scout
Captain
leader and several of the moth..
"TheLupton ,
K,, ,,.K ..,..... ..,.._.,...__..., 5-- 5 twice married. Both her husbandswere crashes. ers.
killed in dirigible
> s 5-
4 ,5, The first, Lt. Charles Little, kill-
ed in crash of the ZR-2 in Eng- To Use Disabled Vets

land, 1921, and the second, Lcdr.
1 ; 4> Lewis Hancock killed in crash of Washington (AFPS) More
v USS Shenandoah. 1925. Both wereI than 2,300 combat wounded vet-
+ who will accept A erans who preferred to remainin
destroyer
holders of the Navy Cross.
8. I I
Personally .i haven i r. service their
a truce : USS Lewis Hancock, was despite physical
I given the question much thought, .x I named for her second husband. handicaps are being used effec-
but I believe the time is nearing I ). tively by the Army, the Defense:
I when the United Nations will have 1 I-AFPS Department announced recently.

to express themselves one way or 1 Ultimately, the Army plansto
I) another," \\al'ning-Cel'tain: DDTIs use 10,000 partially disabled

Unfit For Use officers and men in jobs in
units throughoutthe
headquarters
[, Some Day, Says Scientist The Department of the Navy U. S. to replace physically

has issued warning that certain qualified personnel for combat
:
MidgetsTusoon
We'll Become
stocks of DDT Concentrate insecticide duty.

Ariz. (AFPS) It's is unfit for use. Dan- The previous experience of the

I nothing to cause immediate wor- ger to personnel can be incurred disabled veteran is carefully
.. but will only two from the fumes and acid contents matched with the requirementsof
men grow
,
ry
the job to determine his suit
feet tall a million years from -
I Y The stock number of the de- ability for the position. Every
I 'l I now.That's fective DDT is: effort is made to assign the yet* ,:
1(' the conclusion of Dr. Ber- + 3 'Z Stock Nr 81-M56-55: manu- eran to a location of his choice. j
of Arizona .
University
tram Kraus
... .. factured' by Pacific ChemicalCo. I
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anthropologist. lie said he based IS IT ANY GOOD ',i I
BARGAINS-These two "white hats" look over the ., batch 320. contract NANHOD1WS11559R -
his prediction on changes now occurring SEEK i
AFPS A ,
Danvers, )11&58. ( ) -
',' The offered in the "Not New Shop" located next to the
human
in the body. many bargains
All activities holding such bill dated July 1814, was dlscov1
Club the "Not New
Wives
,
the
is diminishIng bank. Operated by Navy
face -
size of the human station
stock directed to ered in the vault by the town .
and slightly used articles, are survey '
sale
for repaired
offers
Dn Kraus said, and man Shop, which
(
I
in clerk. It for 1161-pouai ,
John R. Underwood ADE3 and and dispose of it accordancewith was a
Left is
is losing his little toe and third is open each Wednesday.: current instructions. bell, and signal byJune Paul 1W vece.\
molar right is William Garraway, ADAN. ;,
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i Scouting Squadrons H'S'S!I

Fasron Nine
While happy to welcome aboard up as per schedule and the party happiness and success to John l I
two new officers, Lt. Tom Edwards really started rolling> Knott, AOU3 who married the ....;.: "
(< and Lt. (jg) Roy Smith as A softball game began, evolved former Miss Doris Mae Graham, r '
squadron personnel officer and into football and continued still In Salem, Ark., and Bob Heit- ... ... __ ;t'r .
communications head, respectively with softball bats and ball As man, AA, and Miss Marjorie Dun- I .,

Fasron 9 bemoans the leaving per usual someone was dunked ham, who were wed in St. Louis, ; ;,, "
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of leading Chief Hanyan "Slim"Kasner and the entire party shortly Mo.Lewis << .
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who goes aboard the Aux thereafter ended up in the briny Kilpatrick, AN, also de- ,," ': '
r iliary Repair Craft, USS Megara;, After Jack' McGowen, AD3, parted from the bachelor "club to :' +...w :
in L _ZW, now at Norfolk, Va. demonstrated his ability by riding'a wed hiss Dorothy Reed In Troy, "
"' motorcycle side-saddle, it took Ohio: Another man sampling that r
,*, Regardless of the many squadron -
bachelors asking, '"Is this trip all the brute strength four men home cooking is Bob Lucas who
"That's not what I meant when ?" Ollie Frensley is go- could muster to restrain Lt. (jg) wed Miss Wilma Lee Withers on .! mr I ".
necessary James "Wild Man" Mac Donnell June 9th in Alton Ill. I
,
I old you to handle personnel, home to make a trip to the z.we. .
lat.l" ing altar. from getting on the cycle. He's to Tom Gorzel, AA, has returned
be married on the 28th and the to VF-921 from TAD to Fasron
The gala "suds party" got un- squadron ,didn: want any un- 6. He is to act as plane captainto
+ BREEZESJoe + derway with a bang last week timely Injury on its hands. the squadron's new SNB. > { '.
with a half dozen brains deciphering '*
Each pilot is expected to log
riddle of Mr. Whoozit and
: "I hear doped that the n'-'H2
you 40 flying hours this month now
racehorse. Do you think he'll winnow coming up with the "monicker"of that squadron aircraft availability Back with '"}-H2 is Lt. (jg) ,
?" Conrad Vasolinovich Fulford. Don Dickert after completing a (
Is up to snuff. The unit main- i,
Mo: "I don't know, but he'llt. Lou Bourguinon ate his way to tenance crew rates a "well done" two week course in air Intelligence _
.
t.. be the happiest. horse in'the race!" fame in the watermelon eating for its fine work.VF921's training at Norfolk. AlsQ -$." .. '
contest while little Harv Beattie i .
recently returned are Lt. Jack .
Mother showed how much five bucks softballers' lost their Christansen and Lt. (jg) Roy ': :'
questions.: Don't"Stop asking you know so many that meant by climbing the greased first game to O&R by the decisive Fishbeck who collectively rave L :...; :: : .

curiosity killed the cat." pole and pocketing the slimy fi- score of 10-3. about the jet training they received SUn-JEEP-"Eafer Beaver"
*
Junior: "Is that soT What at Pensacola. Lts. Warren is the name of the Army's new
1" did the cat want to know ?" ver.The Recreation Committee ex- In the congratulations depart Lester and Sam Thompson left to submarine jeep: ,With the use
.
t, I pressed its gratitude at the way ment, Lt. Harry F. Clark should take the same four week course. of a snorkel tube the jeep can

Telephone operator to a newt things went off and published this certainly get a pat on the back Lt. Wally Maddox Is expectedto function under 'water as easilyas ....
# girl she is breaking in: "No, honey account of the proceedings. The for making full lieutenant go to engineering school at over land. It is designed for

r. you say, 'Just a moment, fund was hit for $269.00 and an Thomas Burch, A03, passed out Memphis sometime next week patrol missions in swamps and

f,: please not, 'Hang on to your hat, estimated 200 thirsty personnel the stogies Thursday for the sec- Lt. (jg) Mike Glagola and Lt. ungles.'Guppy'. ....
mister'} downed 1,440 cans of 3.2 bever ond time June 7, when he became (jg) Rex Rowell are planningtheir -
age. I a daddy. Little Merry Barbara marriages sometime next Sub
to and mother month. This will leave lone
Customer: I want buy a are doing fine. one
plow. "'}"-671 I The squadron wishes all the bachelor In the squadron.Just .

: Clerk: Sorry, sir, we have no Almost. all of the pilots in VF- as Lt. Greg Darby and Lt. USS OdaxTo
r plows. 671 are now qualified in gunnery, I Bill Welden returned after their
"
Customer: T his is a helluva bombing and rockets. Despite the Lcdr. Shaw Takes leaves, Lt (jg) Lawrence Fay

drugstore. present emphasis on those three left to attend legal. school In New- Visit Jax .,
r' phases though they have spent a port, R. I.
: the little lady deal of time maintainingtheir Reins At VF41Change
Then there was good Lt. Chick Haynes, VF742'sordnance First and fastest of its kind, the
'
r: who was so dumb she thought a proficiency in instrument, officer left for a week's submarine USS Odax (SS-484))
goblet was a sailor's child GCA, and field earlier work. of command ceremonies seclusion and relaxation and'will. will play host to visitors from
VF-671 has had men reporting conducted in front of Hangar
be back on June 30th."
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0900 to 1100 and 1300 to 1700 on ..
:k The best way for a girl to keep aboard from various places with 116 last Monday saw Comdr. On Saturday, June 23 a blessed July 4th, when she arrives in
I;' her youth is not to introduce him some good stories of life en route Charles C. Ainsworth, relinquishthe event made its appearance to the Jacksonville just one week priorto
to her girl friends. but the strangest reporting Inci- helm as commanding officerof Jesse Quimby's at the Naval Hos- her sixth birthday,
dent yet happened when some VF-41 to Lcdr. George Shaw pital here at Jacksonville She

The most expensive accessoryyou sailors were transferred from Comdr Ainsworth, who assum- weighed 6 pounds, 13 ounces, andis Former officer-in-charge of re-
cruiting in Florida Lcdr T. H.
can have in your car is a NATTC here directly to duty with ed command of VF-41 upon com- the second of two girls. Mother -
Williams is
blonde. VF-671 in hangar 116 via a train missioning of the squadron in' daughter and father are doing officer, of currently the commanding
ride to and from Oceana, Va. September 1950 and who led a fine. "Guppy type"vessel.
.
( Why is it that what you hear Sharing this unusual experiencewas group of his pilots last fall when I .
'- never sounds half as Important Donald L. Burgin, AD3; Don they participated in the filming Commissioned in July of 1945,
k, as what you overhear? aId D. Click, ADAA; Francis W. of the movie "Frogmen," will report OFF-KEY SINGING the Odax has spent all of its
n' Harris, ADAA; Royal W. John- to the command of Chief of time in Atlantic waters, usually

Old retired Chief: "Yep, I'm sen, PRAN; Robert J. Letourneau, Naval Air Basic Training at Pen- BETKAYS ENEMY | stationed at Key West, Fla. She
ninety-seven and I haven't an ene- AEAN; Harold A. McLeod, AE- sacola for duty. will shortly commence a trip to
my in the world." AA; Alton Rivenbark, ADC; Wil Lcdr. Shaw, a recent graduate' Tokyo (API'S)-A man wearIng Portsmouth, N. H., to have a '.
Reporter: "Gee, Chief, that's a liam if. Truesdale, Jr., AEAA; of Officers' Line School, Monte i iI the uniform of a South Korean snorkel attached, which will en-
beautiful thought." and Malcolm D. Woodard, AMAN.Lt. Calif. has just completed soldier strolled casually Into able the former fleet type boat
all died (jg) "Wimp" Hendrix will rey, a the command post of a U. S. to remain submerged for longer
Chief: "Yep, son, they I tour of duty as Flag Secretary on I I
I tank in Korea. lie periods of time.
long ago." 'get the word' on Naval Justice the staff of Commander Air company
during his seven weeks TAD to Forces, Atlantic Fleet. was Dinging a South Korean Deriving the name "Guppy"
Newport, R. I., for which port he ,I Named to the All-Dixie basket- love ballad, "Audi-Done." I from (Greater Underwater Pro
departed earlier this week. ; ball team while attending Mississippi The tankmen paid no attention pulsive power) the Odax was the
I College, Comdr. Ains- : to him. But an Infantryman first sub to undergo the "Guppv

Ralph S. Duffey, Jr., AK3; JohnO. I worth was a member of the fired suddenly and killed 'type" transformation in 1947.

Hall, ADE3; and Earl M. Spencer championship basketball squad the newcomer. I I Through the use of larger capacity .. ...
AOU1, were married duiing'i, representing VF-41 in the 1951 "Why did you shoot him ? the r batteries and streamlining
the first part of June, thus keep- i intra-mural season and which finished tankers a&ked. I i the boats are now capable of far
kF ing up the tradition of June be- the season with a 17 won lie's a Chinese Red," .declaredthe higher speeds than originally im-

ing the month for weddings. I and 2 lost record. infantryman. agined. f' ,
Squadron personnel enjoying I Lcdr. Shaw holder of three Explosives were found on the Before going to Portsmouth, the .
leave are: James B. Bailey, YN1; DFCs, 10 Air Medals a Presidential corpse, and papers identifiedhim Odax is to spend a week here
William S.' Brown, AA; Ralph S. Unit Citation with star, a Na- as a Chinese Red soldier, working with aircraft from the
I
s Duffey, Jr., AK3; John D. Estes, val Unit Citation, American De- "I've heard South Korean soldiers Jacksonville Naval Air Station.
AMS2; William R. Rolison, AM3; fense Medal, American Theatre sing that song for months," I ,

and George Tumlin, AMS3. Decorations, Victory Medal, Phil- the infantryman explained.I
Tumlin also spent several days recently ippine Campaign Ribbon, and the "That's the first time I heard Enlisted alert Get

passing out cigars commemorating I Asiatic-Pacific Ribbon with eight anyone butcher. the tune as he I
the birth of a baby stars, graduated from Stanford did.. Commissions from

daughter. University, Palo Alto, Calif., I I ,
Ensign Sidney C. Herring, per- with an AB degree before entering Notice: In movie balconies, pet- Naval School
sonnel officer, who has under- the Naval service in 1940.CIIANGEOFCOMMAND. ting should not be aloud
gone an operation, is reported to''i
____ Annapolis, Md. (AFPS) Of
be fine and Is I
doing Jt hoped will the 722 new ensigns recently

be back with. the. outfit. shortly. graduated from the U. S. Naval .
Academy, 263 (or 36.4 per cent)
"F-41 were former enlisted men in the
In Meritorious Mast held I by ; # Armed Forces.
Comdr. Charles C. Ainsworth, One hundred and ninety were
h shortly before relinquishing squadron ri. h .b6 r former sailors, 41 were in the
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1 command to Lcdr. GeorgeShaw tgi'flr Marine Corps, 27 wore the U.
1I I four outstanding petty of- S. Army khaki, two were Coast
ficers of VF-41 were commanded / guardsmen, and three had
for tireless efforts resulting in the mixed service.
squadron grade of Excellent from Another feature of the 1951
the recent Administrative and Class is that 92 of the graduatesare
Material inspection. y sons of active or retired Serv-

Joseph W. Buddi. ADC, lead- ice personnel. Seventy are sons
Ing chief; Edward J, Ulanowskl, of naval personnel, 12 Army,
AOC, maintenance chief; JosephF. ,,' .. .. eight Marine Corps, two Air
De Vine, PN1, administrative Force. Eleven graduates had admirals -
department, and Dominic F. De- for fathers, and six ant i .T

!lorenzis, ADE3, enlisted training sons of Marine I Corps, generals
instructor, were men receiving
1 commendations. Legion Issues CalIFol"

John B. Lewis, AM2, has
I .F Drum Bugle Men .
"shoved off" for instruction in '
AMB( ) School, NATTC, Mem- American Legion Post 9 o*
phis, Tenn. Jacksonville extends an invitation
Recent marriages have been an- to all veterans in and out of
nounced by Ensign Warren J. Ac- uniform to join the newly organized '\
[ kerman and Darrell E. Jones, Drum and Bugle Corps, of
AEAN. Ensign Ted G. West, finally which there are about twenty
broke out the news of being members to date. .
wedded last December. All veterans including thos *
AFPS. from other posts in this city and
;.GI __ _.__
VF-921 n who can play either drums or. bugles -

SWIM LOVELY-She's a redhead I Atlantic Beach was the scene I Comdr. Charles C. Ainsworth, are urged to attend the next
Actress Dorothy Hart of the latest "All Hands" party left, returns the salute of Lcdr. Ge orje Shaw, at the close of cere- rehearsal Thursday, July 5, a,.
says she owes her trim figureto which proved to be the event of monies last week in which Com mander Ainsworth turned over 930 at the auditorium, 311 V\.
a let of swimming. I the season. The beer truck showed command of VF-41 to Lcdr. ShaJi. ,.I. Duval St.

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Six Bits' .

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i; Noel T. Hops, of the Fas- ; p"

I ron 6 electronic shop, is selected -

I "Joe-White-Hat of .
as "
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the Week" because of the peculiar -

. .... use he has adapted of : :: :
the name "Joe." :i: Y 1_

According to Noel, he receivesa i j
special request chit from Joe 1'
up in the leading chief's office, 5;
gets it signed by his Joe section ,.-.
leader, routes' it through his Joe
department chief, and Joe executive (
,.. officer and finally signs it
and he enjoys a few"hours of Joe

special liberty, i
Naturally enough Noel has been
unanimously dubbed Joe Hops as
a result of this persistent repeti II

tion.The I
well known city of Holly '
wood, Calif., has the honor of I
claiming Joe as a native son andit I
was there that he joined the : f" .+
Navy in' February 1949. His recruit ,
training came in nearby San '*'......
Diego and he was sent immediately ijIt'Nurses
to Memphis for ANP( ), and aa
ATA) instruction. 7
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With graduation came FFT orders
to FaetuLant, Norfolk and > w

... eight more weeks schooling. Up- w ,
on the completion of this instruction
he spent 10 months with VR-
6 at Westover Air Force Base,

Mass., working on radio altime- ,, v r ii ii1l 1'J_ :
ters. His next stop was at Fasron '
6 and except for two short toursat BeginIndoctrination !jj
TAD has been with us for four ,

months. ,
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Before joining the Navy, Joe I .
was employed as a body and fen
" ., der man at a repair shop in his At M
home town. This duty suited Joe HospitalThirteen ..,,""
quite well for he likes nothing 1
better than to knock dents out of Navy nurses from pt .t SPORT FOR TilE BRAVE-Something new in the way of
old cars or design new models. various sections of the United 1 ,\ .w '.". recreational activities has been started here at NAS Jax-water '
States began their four-week .y. wt skiing. For almost a month now some 80 ardent skiiers have been .
. .. Although not a graduate of indoctrination period at the trying their skill in the St. Johns River, in an area to rear of the
high school, Joe has taken advantage Naval Hospital here last week. yam.. { ..0f" ;".'1 BOQ. At top left, riding at full speed in pyramid-fashion are threeof
of the USAFI
courses the most ardent skiiers. Comdr. Vincent Hathorn CommanderAir
the, education Enlightened on procedure and ,
arranged squadron and has been system technique by Lt. Mary E. Pike s Group Eight is atop Lt. (jj) R. J. Teik of the Dispensary, left,
diploma. grantedhis indoctrination instructor, the and Lt. Ben Leavit, of VC-62, right. The boat is driven by Lt.
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new nurses, all Ensigns but one, John Horn.
- "Welcome back" is extended to are assigned to the wards in Showing fine form at top right is Commander Hathorn again.
I'Pappy" John Cairns, ADC, lead- the Hospital and DependentsUnit On bottom right photo, Charlotte Dittmar, is about to make a two-
ing chief, who returned this week for approximately two and point landing as she attempts to clear the ramp. She made it on the
from a well earned vacation. It one-half hours daily. They receive next try, however. At left, bottom, Lt. Leavit and Comdr. Hathorn
was Pappy's first leave in a year class room instructionsfor : in a twin-performance successfully clear the ramp.
but he didn't stray too far from the remainder of the day. I .
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the "old homestead" and only The group also receives -.-.

made two trips of any distance. swimming instructions two 'ONE PICTURE WORTH 1,000
'. One was to St. Augustine to visit hours daily and instruction in Atomic fizzlesIn
friends and another was to Silver drilling two hours each week. Frog I

Springs to see the sights. Between The New nurses receivingtheir Jump Competition WORDS' AT NAT T C ART SHOPThe
trips, he did a little fishing indoctrination here are:
and was accused of using a seine Ensigns Dorothy Confer, Tam Angel's Camp, Calif. (AFPS)
instead of a rod and reel to bring pa., Fla.; Ruth Williams, Una- -Leaptron is the saddest Art Shop in the Training ''structors
home the big ones but Pappy declares dilla, Ga.; Eugenia M. Barnard, atomic powered frog in the Facilities Building at the Naval themselves. Instructor:
he conscience. nation.A Air Technical Training Center I! are encouraged to 'consult with
hasp a c leer Pennsaukeu, N. J; Martha E.
Bruce, Macon, Ga.; Beatrice L. native of Oak Ridge, here has as its "raison d'etre", the Cobb in the matter of designingaids
Many of the squadron memo LeMay, Worcester, Mass.; RuthE. Tenn., he was filled with radioactive old Chinese adage which says: which will put over their
bers have picked the choice sum MacPhee, Allston, Mass.; iodine and enteredin "One picture is worth a thousand points more efficiently.,
- mer months to travel home on Mary E. Puckett, Oklahoma a frog-leaping jubilee. The words. "We visit the classrooms quite
leave. George Gill, AA, has left City, Okla.; Doris M. Jones, green-backed croaker was "Nothing is truer," says Train- frequently,", says Cobb, "but the
for Detroit; Mohammed M. Has Newburyport Mass.; Marie.. serenely confident. His opponents Ing Aids Supervisor Kedzie I P. Director of Training has issueda
san, AA, and David Chaves, AA, Crone, Goldsboro, N. C.; AnnaL. were mere "un-atom- Cobb who heads up the Shop's memo noting that any Instruc-
for Mass.; Buddy Fasekas, AE- Hogaboom, Everett, Mass.; ized" frogs. complement of 13 enlisted and tor can come here directly if h.
AN, plans to spend 20 days in Mary J. Ewing, Kansas, Mo.; Only Leaptron didn't win. civilian personnel. "This is the feels he has a problem with whichwe
New Kensington, Pa., Bill Fielder Kathryn M. Theriault, Portland, In fact, he was hardly able to middleground where technical de- can help him."
YN2, will spend July 4th at Me., and Lt. (jg) Frances S. jump. His backers, two tech sign and commercial design meet S"Generally *
his home in Tenn., John F. Hol-! Wroblewski, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. nicians from the tracer atomic The staff here represents a well- ," he added, "the Instructor -
chek, AD, will stay in the vicinity I instrument laboratory, stated rounded cross-section of all fields will have a pretty good
of Jax for fishing and relaxation the reason. 'of art from mechanical design to idea of just what he wants; but,
while Ted Nixon, AT3, Plan New Destroyer Base Seems poor Leaptron had illustration." when he doesn't, he just gives us
is planning to take his wife to Washington (AFPS-The Navy been "overcharged.: the basic idea and it's turned over
his home and then tour back plans a new destroyer base on The Art Shop's mission is to,pro- to one of' the artists. We believein
through the South and meet his the site of the former torpedo sta- BIG HOLE TO FILL! vide visual supplements to the giving the artist as free a reinas
in-laws. tion on Goat Island, in Newport work of the instructors in NATT- possible; we find that he can
Nine AAs straight from the"Lakes" harbor, Rhode Island. Lunenburg, Mass. (AFPS) Center's classrooms. The Navy sometimes express an idea in an
reported aboard last When Reservist Daniel P. that schematic visual than the
Army has found frequently a even more manner
The base will provide berthing, I
Sunday. They : R.
are Rudolph
will much instructor had originally con
McGuirl was recalled to active duty drawing convey
repairs and logistical support for
Piper, James W. Aller, James C. I more information in less time I ceived. After all, the 81 tlst's
Johnsen, Robert G. Krause, Don- escort vessels, minesweepers and this town suffered. McGuirl
than will hour of lecture. background has trained him to
aid McDougal, William J. Mo- several destroyers, the Navy said. held the posts of town clerk, town an "
This is particularly true in the think in visual terms.
.
deen Gordon R. I treasurer, tax collector, clerk of
Olinger, Ray
of staff
electronics circuits but Backgrounds personnelvary
case of ,
mond Scholes, and Gerald E. Sure Fire: The girl with money the board of selectmen, board of
Fields of architecure
well intricacies widely.
Tronjo.j to burn can always get a match!. health agent, and veterans' agent applies equally tc the -
mechanical and structural design
of the Navy's supply system,
More and of Fasron's "oldhands"
more and commercial art all
or the bombsights and self-sta are
leaving Ben F,
are us.
bilizing turrets of Aviation Ord- represented. Three persons are
Janecek AD3 is in
VF-31
now ,
nance. graduates of the Art School cf the
Fred Herbert ADE3 has receivfd .
University Florida while others
an exchange of duty and is Ideas for the visual aids originate I, have received their training in in
serving with Fasron 103 at Pa-
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quite frequently with the in- dustry. "
tuxent River, Laverne Crews,
----
AD2 and John McKenna AMAN
,
are on'their way to Navy No. 214 New Weapons To Come
at Port Lyauti, F. M., and John
nie Hardwick. PR3, Is on duty I

i ? with Fasron 295. I I In Clean Sealed Bags"Men 1

Lower Age Limit *
I want three 'volunteers' "
;
Army Ordnance Corps is now :9
For WAVE Recruits to unpack some new riflesthatmeans

Washington (A'PS-The minimum you and you end you!" experimenting with VPI, vapor ""J
phase inhibitor The weapon is
age limit for WAVE recruits Those who have groaned under t
has been lowered from 20 y the not-so-delicate task: of removing slipped into a bag and sealed, 1
to 18 years of age, the Navy announced. what seems like tons of ready to be stored or shipped. Vapors w II
I '\ grease-like goo from a new rifle from the chemical inside do
The new minimum age' limit I Is J are about to have their day. the rest and are said to preservethe 'r
...
4 vw..w.- weapon for 20 years.
now In effect. Applicants who Private industry has developeda '
have not yet reached their 20th SOPHIE HAS ANOTHER LI1 tTEK-"Sophie'' tne ttoat House new chemical called VPJ, or Another part of the process
birthday, however, must meet a eat is a mother ag'aln-ror the ui npteenth time, this time with a VCI, that is fast numbering the that will bring happy grins to \
new' requirement they must litter of four. "Sophie" who has been a tenant at the Boat House day of "cosmoline" as a preserv- soldiers' faces is that the chemical
have a high school diploma. since the early days of the stat ion has been presenting litters ative against corrosion of weapons riot only does away with '
regularly No one really knov ts how many kittens she has One day soon the soldier will cleaning off of "cosmoline" but .
Then there wax the train announcer borne-but the guess Is close to 'I 15. "Sopble" is one of the crew lust break the seal on a paper it circulates and preserves: the in"c,
>' who said his wife never and Is even logged in the book. lit r regular diet is fish, fresh from bas( and pop out the rifle-fresh, ner workings of the weapon.- '':\
understood him. the St. Johns. lean: and ready to use. I (AFPS). eJune

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Backstop Bob Wol? continues

to lead the Fliers' batsmen, bat

Armed For're* Press Service ting: a hefty, 392 for his .,eason's -
efforts at the
plate.
Hopscotching the colleges atop nd[ universities The nation's
Pacing the moundsmen Is vet-
decathlon competitor will be, missing from the 1951 champion
eran Bob Becker with eight wins
ships. Bob Mathias, who won th e Olympic title at 17, and holds the
in 11 starts. Close behind la Joe
record for points scored in the arid: event, begins training this sum
Gushanas with five wins in seven ,
mer under the Marine Corps Reserve -
Officer candidate program. He received the Graham McNa- ord.starts, and a 75 strike-out rec-

mee Plaque for having "contribut-
When he completes six weeks ol f
Batting Average
ed the most to sports" In the last
that he will out for football at
go Alt II K Hilt Av.
The list is being topped off
1 Stanford. No time left to defend year.by a "day" for Herman in his Wolz _-..... 28'11 7 5 .392

his title Princeton represents home town of Johnson City, Tenn Fannon .._ 59 22 9 10 .372
DistricTwo Coughlin! ..104 19'
I .. Someone on the Michigan State i. 'c 35 15 .336
in the Wilson72 21 12 17
N. C. A. A, campus must be looking for a j: 5P Gushanas .... 31 9 5 7 .290.291 '
punch in the nose. The school's
collegbaseball e Gab- Gennaro ..._ 47 13 9 :5 .278
heavyweight boxing champ,
Saunders .... 95 25 14 8 .263
by Marek, was recently elected
champion Manning 92 24 17 16 .260
"Ugliest Man on Campus" in a
Faustyn _.- 81 20 10 4 .248
contest.
ships thismonth. charity S 5- : ; Becker ..._.. 51 12 10 5 .235
iW
; Ziegler _..108 23 17 10 .212

The Tigers ShortsTwo Nerly ._...113 24 27 17 .212
will be trying Sport

to win best Pitchers' Records
of the Detroit Tigers'
as a farewell hitters-George Kell and Vic O. W. I* S.O.

qdo } gift Wertz-are changing their uni- V Becker ............11 8 3 6S
to: their form numbers this season. Kell Gushanas ........ 7 5 2 75

eft < 13 coach has discarded his No. 21, whichhe Righter ?._..... 7 1 3 14

E mer- has worn since he was tradedto Martinjk ?..? 4 0 1 6
---- Dick- Duvall ....... ..
son Detroit in 1946, and has .5 0 5 31

Robert Mathias man The adopted No. 7. "I always wore I .
i formerAmerican No. 7 before I came to the

; League pitcher called Tigers," said George. "I had it Tars Home '.
J the signals for three years at back in 1940 when I broke in .
Princeton. None of his teams finished with Newport. --- -- -

lower than second in the "I wore it with Lancaster whenI TENNIS TOURNEY ACTIO N-Among the first foes to come To GraysJacksonville's

Ivy League. hit .396: in 1943, and I was assigned to grips in the current station I tennis tournament Ned Szafncki,

it when I played for the left, glad-hands Anthony Hall man. after their match, which Szaf- hard-hitting Tars

Free substitution will continueon Athletics" Wertz shifted from ncki took 6-0. 6-0. The singles inals are slated for Friday, while return to their home bailwick

the East Coast despite Pacific his old No. 20 to No. 5, the Tiger the doubles finals are due to b Coast Conference efforts to eliminate numeral worn by Hank Greenberg the
:
tough Montgomery Grays in
it. Columbia's Lou Little I greatest home run hitter in the
In NAS Tennis Tournament ginning a short four
Play
.I reports Eastern coaches "over Detroit history and the boyhood game home stand.
in favor" of Idol Wertz
whelming retainingthe of .
rule The old theory that The Tars will be at home to the ,
,
Reaches Final This Week
for four
Stages Grays
none of the top students play A twenty-game year for the the games, before taking -
I football or baseball is going out pitcher of nowadays is like a to road for a three-day
Play in the station tennis t mrnament reaches Its climax this jaunt. The locals return nn July
the window Rutgers University thirty game year was 25 years ,week with finals in singles play ,i scheduled for Friday, with doubles 9> to open-a seven-day e..st; d
that out of of The goal used to be 30 but
reports one seven ago. ,
champions to be decided in play this afternoon. with the Columbia '
Reds and
the ,
its athletes graduates with honors with a lively ball, that numberwas ,
found to be too difficult. The defending tltlist Owen Williams Williams and Munoz were Savannah Indians.
.
will face strong opposition
Tennessee football teams scheduled to play yesterday in a
coached by Gen. Bob N e y 1 and The Russians are bragging his year. His first stumbling semi-final game of the singles Two Deadlock For
block I is Larnerd Munoz, who
have had an amazing defensive about their new fountain pen- matches. However, results could l Blind'
racked at the Bogey Honors
record. Opponents in 188 games not only does it write under water up a good showing not be obtained in time for pub

over a 25-year span average only it also writes underground recent Duval County in Jackson Tennis lication. Wilson will be paired I Capt. Allen Smith and Capt.

five points contest Championships against the winner of the Wil- Lester
per ille.. Should Williams defeat Munoz I K. Rice deadlocked for top
The winner doesn't always rat! liams-Munoz match in the finalsof I honors in the weekly blind bogie
a garland of roses in sports. Take My brother and his girl like to etman, he'll Leon encounter Wilson another in the good final the singles tournament tomorrow Saturday at the local course, with
,
drink. They're going unsteady I
the case of the most recent afternoon at the courts adjacent nets of 79.
match.
together, ournament:
to the WAVES'
barracks.
champs in college life's balmiest i Capt. Smith shot a 96, picked
type of amusement The two Cal. Whatever the outcome, both the
11 for a handicap to get his 79
ifornia students who see-sawed tea o iFosron' semi-final and the final matches Capt. Rice shot an 89 and operated -
Six should be thrilling crowd pleasers.
new endurance record in teeter Hospilol under a 10 handicap to gain
It will be interesting to if
tottering missed their finals and see the tie.Capt..
into the Not all Williams can successfully capturethe
got soup. glory Rice also captured closestto
for their efforts. station title for the fourth the pin honors on No. 16. Capt.

Vie For NAS Honors consecutive year. Burnam cut loose with a 275-

Jesse Thomas, the top point 1 1'I Final Doublf'8 Carded yard drive down the fairway to
getter for Michigan State's trac: The final doubles match shouldn't walk off with honors in the long-

team, has been touted by his A scrapping band of diamondeers from Fasron Six upset lack much by way of superior est-drive department.

coach as a decathlon threat and' the dope bucket in coming from behind the pack to win playing or eye appeal either. It
is expected to stimulate interest 865, 6-3.
"one of the best all-round" cinder
division title of the NAS Softball circuit. I
the American
men since Jesse Owens. as Len Curtis and Wilson play Sect-Saw Matches .. -

Inflation has struck at football. I Fasron Six upset VF-41, first-place holder for most of the against Williams and Munoz. The The two matches Friday saw

In 1940 a player was outfitted for: season 13-4 to gain the division crown. j game will get underway at 1630 Williams beat Bill Graham, 6-3
this afternoon at the courts ad- 6-2, in the singles slot; and Wilson
one season for $175.: Today the Fasron Six now battles Naval
price is $250. Hospital, National winner, for the Come From Behind jacent to the WAVES' barracks. and Curtis defeat Breault and

NAS league championship in a Fasron knotted the count at 2-2 During the past week, with Wheat, 7-5, 6-0, in a doubles pairing -
best-of-three series. The in their half of the second. VF-41 play-offs gradually nearing the finals ,
And, speaking of inflation game tallied twice more in the fourth, top-notch ball play was seen
Herman first fray was scheduled to be Saturday Munoz won out over
Hickman the expansive in the matches.
of played yesterday, the second fray while Fasron Six came back with many Bates, 6-3, 6-1, Then Munoz and
coach Yale's football teams, Last Wednesday Jim Bates defeated
five runs in the fifth to take the
and the third if Williams met
top-notch oppositionin
Friday necessary
has received a pile of honors this Richard Wheat 6.1
5-7
lead and clinched the verdict witha a close with Graham and
Monday. game
year. The one-time All-America six-run in the sixth. 6-3; Williams overwhelmed Gordon
All play-off frays will be played spree Willis. The score was 4-6, 6-2,
from
guard Tennessee was namedto 6-2 6-2
Reedy, and Wilson
Miller credit for the win for ; 6-1,
under the lights at the Varsity got
football's all-time allteam.Relresentatives .
default
won by over T. Anderson
diamond near the Power Plant, Fasron Six, while, the losing pitcher The! one doubles match saw Wilson One game was played Monday

starting at 1930. was Morgan. and Curtis rout Elmer Swanson when Wilson beat Curtis, 6.1, 6-4
Huddle The eventual winner of the NAS Before meeting VF-41 in the and Tony Ilalleman 6-1 6-0- No matches were scheduled Tues-
,
,
circuit will battle the winner of play-off fray Fasron was forcedto day. As aforementioned, Williamsand
For All-Star ChoicesNAS the NATTC loop for the all-sta Two singles matches and two
I dispose of another contender, :Munoz were to play each
tion intra-mural championship, beginning VP-5. doubles matches were played other yesterday. .

100 intra-mural softball July 6. This will be a In the VP-5ers 9-2 Thursday. In the singles events, The winner of the station tour'f I
[' p representatives are at downing Williams snuffed out C. Haddick,
work this week in making their best of five-game third series. most of Fasron got an early jump to tal- 6-1, 6-0; and Wilson trounced N. nament will play against the winner -

choices for the league all-star Riding in but place in ly two runs in the third, but VP-5 Breault, 6-0, 6-1. The doubles: of the NATICenter Tennis ,
team, first ever to be selected the campaign, always a tied the score in the fourth. Fas- Williams and Munoz beat Had ournarynt at a later date to determine -
here. threatening position, Fasron Six ron had another one of its big Innings the Jax Navy champion.
dick and Anderson 6-2 6-1 '
: and
to win American
its chance the
Following along the same got the fifth, when four runs Breault and Wheat defeated Bates The NATTCenter matches are
pattern as established with the title by rising to the occasion came across to give a slight mar- and Hutchinson in a close about to get underway and are expected i
game,
selection of the intra mural and swamping VF-41, 12-2, last gin. Fasron added three runs in to end in a week or so. )

I basketball all-star team, representatives Monday to deadlock the 12-2 race. the sixth to win. Fred B u lot
Win First,
twirled the win for Fasron.
will turn In ballots
-
for a nine-man team, plusa first In the blood first by fray pushing VF-41 across drew a I Final NAS League standings: Name Charles' K. O. Victims? "

second choice for out J
one of markers in the second but AMERICAN LEAGUE
,
fielder, infielder, pitcher and pair \\'. I- Jacksonville Navy sportsfans Just slightly behind Spencer I 1
in
however back the
Fasron, came
,, catcher. third with a big eight-run rallyto Fasron 6 _..........................14 3 are nothing but sharp! and Williams were: Edward I

I' A coach of the year is also throw the game wide open. A : VF-41 _................__...........13 4 Callers to last week's question Axeman, MAM1, ComFalrJax; t

,' to be selected. single run in the sixth, and three VP-10 ..............................._.11 5 wasted no time-with'five answering Arthur McGinty, ALC, NAT- ", J

more in the seventh was more VP-5 ..._............................- 9 5 the quiz correctly within TC; Robert L. Brake, AOC, C
three minutes after 0900.
Fasron 109 and Charles Kerr,
Ii
,, The WAVE greeted the Chief than enough for the Fasronites to O&G 8 7 Richard IL
effusively. "Notice win their way into a play-off fray Faetu .................................. 6 9 Spencer, AOC, of Air "Craft Maintenance, NAT- f.
anything dif the to
ferent about me?" she inquired. with the same club. Fasron 109 ......._.___. 5 10 NATTC correct was first provide TC. t

Dean Miller, who relieved Fred 1st Lieuis. _.__................._ 3 13 the answer to lastweek's Getting away from baseball, TJ
#" "New" dress? Bulot In tile second held the 41'era Mar. Air Det. __.__..._.. 1 14 Connie Mack's query: $100,000"Who played Infield in this week's quizzer I.: f.

"No. to two lone hits in the remaining Name their positions ?" "How many knockouts laM't
"New shoes" seven innings to gain credit for NATIONAL Ezzard Charles chalked up '
LEAGUEW Stuffy :Mclnnis at first base, tJ
I "No." the win. Williams took the loss L. Eddie Collins at second base, defending his heavyweight title I t.

i "I give up." for VF-41. Hospital ..............................18 1 Jack Barry at shortstop and T Name his victims

"I'm Fired up as a result of the big. I O&R: ....................................16 3 "Home Run" Baker at third The first correct answer gets I

wearing a ga mask. margin victory in the first fray, Nartu ..............................9 '7 base, comprised the famous two free tickets to the Jax t.

Fasron Six continued to surpriseas VA-859 ..._..._._..._._11 8 $100,000 Philadelphia infield of Tars home. games, while the :H

Someone was inspired by pay it shoved VF-41 completely out Supply .._.....-_......:..--......10 8 1914 -- considered one of the second winner wins a full -

day this week- of the picture with a stinging 13-4 FAW-11 _....______.. 8 10 finest of all time course meal at the civilian

Little pay check, by tonight win 'in the play-off tilt. VF-921 ...._.__ 7 10 Bill Williams, YN2. of NAR- cafeteria. p,

"+ We'll be where the lights are VF-41 was again the first to Photo Lab ___. 8 11 TU was the second to answer Remember, no answers will dr

bright. tally, chalking up two runs in the :Mar Sec. 6 13OperAero.s the quiz. Others who answered be accepted prior to 0900 Fri

In some gaily festive spot second. Dean Miller came to the .............._.. 4 13 correctly in short order but day.r n'm

: I'll return-but you will not! rescue again, replacing Bulot. VP-7U .... .........."............-2 14



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: Waves Seek '0 ,. 1 Five Clubs Boule For

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11th
StraightUndefeated ::

in second half of k FM < J NATTC National Title

8 the City Girls' Softball League!
'.. play, NAS WAVES go after their !
9 2' eleventh straight win when they Action in the National division: of the NATTCenter Softball loop
clash with MacMichael's Sundries roars into its final week of play with five teams very much in theI
Z tonight under the lights at running for the division crown an I the right to meet Airman School'sers

Lackawanna Park at 2130. Ship's C6., American division wins for the NATTC crown.

Friday night the WAVES travel Still very much In the race are
) Airman School Students, Marine AO Ship's Co. scored two runs
to Ga. for exhi5
,i Way cross an -
in the bottom half of the seventh
bition with the Waycross Students, AK "A" School, First )
' game
Girls' aggregation. Lieutenants and AE Students. At inning to edge out Athletic-Rec-
4 g present ANP) Students hold a reation, 14-13. Olson went all the
The local girls made a clean
s one-game edge over the pack. way for AO to receive credit for

;1 last sweep week of their downing jaunt Corry to Pensacola Field ----.-.......-..;;...o.;; The winner of the N A T T C the win, while Don Funk took the
league clashes with the winner of loss. Spencer cf AO collected a
28-13 and taking the measure of THE SWING'S TilE THING-Fliers' backstop Bob Wolz, the the NAS loop for the all-station home run, triple and two singles.
", NAS Pensacola, 3-2. club's leading hitter, lays the wood to a fast one good for a two- Intra-mural championship. ANP) Students avenged an
.. Ruth Richardson was the win-I run double against Charleston Navy in a fray played here last :Meanwhile, the American earlier defeat at the hands of Dis-
ning hurler against Corry, with Friday and taken by the Fliers, 10-4. The locals downed Charleston League finishes its play this week pensary by downing the Docs, 15-
Edie Houghton behind the plate. 4-2 in the second fray to sweep the series. Behind the plateis 5. Strong man Frank Fleming
with second third and
place
i Skip Sinko tossed the win for the Charleston's catcher Jim Wilder, while the umpire is Jim Fer- place gained his seventh victory of the
Jax WAVES over Pensacola, fans rara. fourth place Jn the league still
Gene Guziak took the loss
13.The undecided. Supply & Material for year.
k ning WAVES trounced Gibbs- the present have a toe-hold on sec- for the Medics. Piquet of ANP)
on place while Personnel is in hot banged out three hits to gain hit-
h Mariners 18-2 Tuesday night at
Fliers In Shrine
honors in the
..n Brcntwood to remain in contention Charity pursuit. ting game.
r- for the City League second Rain once again postponedgames The 1st Lieuts. finally downedAE
Co. 14-2. Alf Schud-
half race. Richardson and Houghton on Monday and Tuesday Ship's ,
evening with those games to be ell turned in his 9th win of the
formed the local battery.
H, 4 Feature Saturday At Beach replayed at a later date. year for the McDougall men. Bar-
I
Ladies' AO Ship's Co. Wins num suffered the defeat for AE.
y Beginners Play
I Wednesday's action saw ANP) LaRue with 3 hits led the hitting

:d Enters Semi-Finals Jax Navy's Fliers will be riding: the crest of a five,_ Students, 1st Lieuts. AK "A" parade for the 1st Lieuts. Schudell .
allowed three hits in the
School, AE Students, and AO only
I ,, Quarter-finals play In the ]a- game victory streak into Jacksonville Beach Sunday whei Ship's Co. net victories in play. fray as his mates backed him up
dies' beginners tournament has they clash with the Atlantic Coast Line Red Sox of Way_ with 14 hits.

been completed in three of four Ga. in Shrine Club AK Students Win 27-8
cross, a charity contest at Greate:r Fliers had to hustle to get a 4-2
matches, while semi final con- Beaches Stadium. AE Students avenged an earlier
testants will be takingto the _. -.. victory. loss to the 'Marine Students by de-
The Fliers treK to Macon, Ga., The Fliers' first pair of runs
links this week to determine the
the Marines: 278. Bill
boosted their win streak feating ,
ers t
for a two-game set with Warner o came in the opening frame.
finalists. Robins Air Force Base five games with a twin killing! out Doyle did the twirling for AE to
Mondayand Coughlin opened by rapping a
,
t. In and tuck match Saturday
a nip Tuesday. over Charleston Navy. The win single, Saunders followed with a chalk up his 5th win, while Stang
'p Fran;, Simms came from two losses suffered his first loss of the year.
avenged previous suffered
Lefty Joe Gushanas who has single, Fannon walked, filling the
Ie behind to defeat Harriet Toot.th to the Blue Jackets Right fielder Stephen with 3 hits
a t and Gennero in
bases singled
,
Joan Olson and Pat Barnes were been pouring the sphere by the Charleston. and Earl with 4 hits were the
scheduled for battle, but Barnes opposition with "mucho gusto" Coughlin and Saunders. leading batters in the fray for AE.
will be seeking revenge for his Becker Is Winner Three singles, and a pair of
,>d was forced to postpone the match AK "A" School in the final
Bob Becker twirled the opening Charleston misques gave the Fli-
teammates. The Georgians trippedthe
due to sickness. defeated AO Students 7-0.
9. game ,
In other) matches Marie Sourin locals 4-2 last year with Gus game last Friday for the Flier, ers their final runs. Personneland
Thursday's play saw
r- beer defeated Vivian Coleman, hanas taking the defeat. Gus racking up his ninth victory a s A charity pass, and a trio of AO Co. to
Ship's play an
the Fliers romped to a 10-4' win. singles combined to give the visitors -
hanas in his last start fanned 17.
while Alice Snagg downed Joan eight-inning tie, while ANP( )
81 D'Orsay. During the past week the Fli- After posting twin runs in th< third'fifth and sixth frames, th, : SKEET TERM TO I SEEK LAURELS Fliers pushed four runs across lithe by Gushanas, who fanned 17 batters Air Students were hitting the vic-
eighth. The four-run out_ was all the Blue Jackets trail.

to burst came when Becker singled, could register despite touching tory ANP) Ship's Co. tipped the

: AT REGIONAL rOOT AT DALLASunder Neely was safe on an error, Joe for 10 hits. Marine Permanent Party, 8-0, as
Tom ended his
slump by
Coughlin singled, S a u n d e r :i s Neely Woodrow Perry notched his 11th
reached first on an error, Fanno rapping out three singles in four victory of the season with a neat
With three victories already 1; its belt, Jax Navy's Skeet beat out a single, and Ziegler sen t times at bat. Gushanas took the two hitter. ANP( ) backed
.. team is preparing to add still anotl her triumph to its growing list of in a run on a fielder's choice. win and Redmont was charged Perry with 12 hits off of Bob Gri-up
'W The to J high honors at the PanAmericane
wins. squad plans garner
The visitors carded 2 ir the :Marine who
runs
ner, pitcher was
.3 safeties.
Open Regional Championship, to b held July 1.. at Dallas, Texas.
the fourth and sixth innings. Th< charged with the loss.
11d Next week's meet will mark the club. "Aside from making all foe collected 10 hits, but Beckei r K II E Dental Department gained its
Charleston 000 202 000- 10 3
: fourth such event in which the local kept them well scattered to 5th of the with 7-0
t win a
regular meets he said "we ge year
r- has since planon Fliers ...... 002 022 04x-10 13 2
team participated
holding an skeet tourna- the win. victory over Air Craft Mainten
open Becker and Wolz.
The will enter three
May. squad Gennero led the winners will ance.
ment here at the station soon. Any Gonzales and Wilder.
er d more meets yet this year. organization will be permitted to three sinlges] and a triple. Keitl SUI'PIJ'l'laterlal1ctor
Winning the Pan-American enter a team." paced the Blue Jackets with a JtllE Supply & Material had its hands
on Championship would make the pair of doubles and a single Gon full with an improved AthleticRec. -
nd fourth victory for the Jax Navy's Meanwhile, Captain Burnam extended sales was charged with the loss, Charleston 020 000 000- 10 2 .. team, but finally won, 12-
invitation to interested
-2' Skeet team. Only two weeks ago an who wish to the skeet Win Second, (-2 Fliers ....- 200 200 OOx- 4 11 2 10. Vic Stone picked up his 8th
the took first victory persons join win of the on the hill for
squad place Gushanas and Faustyn. year
club to contact him for information The second game played hen e
::1Y In the Georgia Open and Service- Supply. Don Funk of Ath.-Rec.
.4. Saturday was much closer and th men's Open at Savannah. Ins took the loss. McGrath of Sup-

weeks past, the five-man team 'c ply and Rick and Bishop of Ath.-
,ns won the East Coast Servicemen's r e8rt Rec. each collected 'hits at bat
,ch Championship and the Florida for game hitting honors.
f'" State Servicemen's, Championship. The Marine Air Students and .
II'. AK "A" School finally played "
ntt3- their game after three weeks of
I On July 8, the team will be postponements, with the :Marines

ie- displaying its gunning capabilities finally winning, 12-11.
m. I aboard the station. For then the Copps gained credit for the win
Ire quad will hold a National Telex after relieving Stang in the third

, graphic Championship on the skeet inning. Ted Barksdale sufferedhis

range. 4M first loss of the year alter 14
Seven days later the team will I consecutive victories.
go into Jacksonville where it will Standings as of) June 29:
compete In the Southeastern Re- NATIONAL
LEAGUEW.
gional Open meet. The big eventto L.
'I. which the five gunmen are M I ANP( ) Students ........_ 15 4
looking forward is the National Marine Students .._....._. 13 5
Championship, which will be held r 1st Lieuts. _..........._...... 13 5
Aug. 5-11 at Dallas, Texas. AK "A" School ......._..._ 13 6 ." \
i Comprising the tank s of the AE Students __..._._., 11 7 1
skeet team are 13: men from the Medics ................................ 9 9
station, who are divided into two AE Ship's Co. .....?_...__ 8 9 ,,".
teams. The team attending the AO Students _..._._. .... 5 14 ,
meets is always the ''first team, < <

for on it are the better shooters AMERICAN 1
LEAGUEV.
. of the club. Each Wednesday noon L.
la set aside for skeet shoot practice ANP( ) Ship's Co. _.'_ 18 0 )

I too at the station range. Supply & Material ......... 13 5 i

J Personnel _....-u_......?. 12 6 I.

I Cft Thomas J. Burnam, offi- AO Ship's Co. .................. 10 9
; Athletic and Recreation.. 8 11 .
cter-in-charge of the team, this .
c. revealed future plans of the Marine Air Detachment. 8 11
veek .__ "" ._ lla: ,j fsV" <. _.... Dental ......._....._w_ :5 14

1 1 Our Mess Chief has a new recipe WINNING COl\mINATION-\Vlnnlnl high honors seems to be a habit with lax Navy's Skeet Air Craft Maintenance.. 1 1 19 '.'

for meat loaf: he puts sawdust team. Next week they participate In the ran-American Regional at Dallas, Texas. Grouped around ;;"'I'
the trophies and medals won in recent shoots by the (HOtJteUeft, to right, Kenneth }Pendergras Pvt. Fatbrayne' 'says worry isis ,
1 and cracker crumbs in the AEC; Gordon Teets, ADC: Captain Lester K. Kce/JftHKHt..10'; officer; Capt. Douglas T. like a rocking chair: it gives :

- middle so he can make_both ends Day, NAS commanding officer; Capt. Thomas.BarnsSfPBKaParu. | |! Arthur, AOC and Eugene you something to do but gets ye* '
... nowhere. ."
'
meat Vassar, AOC. ...', M 4$ < M .

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Eight JAX AIR NEWS June 28, 1951
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CLASSIFIED 160,000 Feet In 40 Seconds -r



BULLETINItems I Pilot-Less Planes Zoom Skyward I

( offering for sale articles -

of property such as washing In I Faster-Than-Sound! Flights
machines, automobiles, furni- '
ture radios clothing and the like j .. L _
'"\ v\auops Island, vs. -- ine pi- --- --a----- -
is prohibited by Defense Depart. f! lotless plane zoomed upward at the ocean

ment regulations. This column 3,000 mph, leveled-off at But in that brief I Interval
will, however, list such services I 160,000 ft. and plungedinto pages of statistics and graphson
as available housing, rides wanted i 3: the Atlantic. what happened to the model I'

lost and found articles, and Flight time: FORTY SEC during its flight are recorded.
other similar notices).
Ii aI ONDS! The method involves a rock.

FOR KENT No it isn't fantasy. Just a et, radar, and radio. The rock-
Wanted to rent, furn. home in I i well-kept secret Faster-than- et propels the craft to the de-
Lake Shore near NAS. $60 per & sound flights have been goingon sired supersonic speed. Radaris
mo. 4505 Birmingham Rd. L. G [ i 3, at this isolated and heavily- used to determine locationand

Driver, Ph. 8-5195. I e 'I guarded island for the past six velocity during flight. Anda .

4 rim apt. unfurn. Riverside sec years, radio system automatically re- ,

$65 per mo. Mrs. Daniels. Ph. By experimenting with revolutionary cords all reactions of the model
78388. during the test. (AFPS),
aircraft models gov- .
2 bedrm. house, furn. $85 per mo. ernment scientists are slowly
R. N. Thiel, 5103 Camille Ave.. solving the dilemmas of super-
Lake Shore Terrace. sonic flight, the National Advisory r

Two 2-rm. furn. apts. 1511 Barrs' Committee for Aero

St. Mrs. Spurgeon, Ph. 8-2407. nautics has revealed.

3 rm. apt., $50 per mo. contact I Technicians have found that a '
Mrs. Guy Morris, 8435 New plane traveling for more than
York Ave. one second at a speed of 3,000

3 rms., 2601 Park St. Mrs. S. :R mph develops a body temperature
of more than 1,000'F. A
Houston. Ph. 8-2770. >
man traveling at such speed
Furn. rm., for working girl. Ap- would literally be roasted yc4'i

ply to Mrs. R. E. Sheldon. 4822cverly I If To overcome these and other

Circle. I obstacles the model combat
1 single and 1 double rm. 4851 i iJULY planes are designed in weird

Appleton Ave., Mrs John Parker I shapes and dimensions. They

Ph. 2-2674. j bear faint resemblance to even

5 rm. house and reserve 1 bedrm the most advanced models now
2560 Belfort. Mrs. Watkins, I -- flying. ..,

7-4435. Ph'j Wings are razor-thin for knifing
2 bedrm. bungalow furn. $65 per 4-One hundred and seventy years ago, the freedomand through the air and matched I Promise of the Future

mo. 3337 Rosselle St., Vernon independence of the United States was established firmly with a needle-like fuselage. Pur- I -
when forced the surrender of Lord Corn. <' -
Miller. George Washington suit ships are constructed with
I wallis at Yorktown. Two servicemen above pay homage to the triangular formed wings insteadof Army AF To Need
2 bedrm. house 236 Fla. Blvd.. memorable event as millions of Americans throughout the world the conventional swept-back ,

Bennett.Neptune Beach. Miss Betty celebrate Independence. July 4. design. Sleek skin finishes are 500,000 New Pairs
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to
sought prevent extreme tem
Furn. efficiency apt.. 1422 Pearl peratures at high speed.
St. A. B. Broom, Ph. 5-7172. Most models are flown at ,Of Combat Boots

Two 2-rm. apts.. furn. 318 W. Un- about 1,100 mph and at altitude- Washington (AFPS-The) Ar.
ion St Mr. Saucer,. Ph. 4-7936. rk* ijiot of five or fix ml1e08.I\ hh my and Air Force will require

Furn. 5 rm. duplex apt., $80. per usually take (MO minutebomrtlmes -*- approximately 500,000 pairs of
mo. 4449 Woodmere St. Mrs. less than 30 second combat boots per month during
Pharis, Ph. 2-2577. i --By' ARTHUR MURRAY* before the 'raft disappears. in :' the period from August to the

Furn. rm. in Riverside. 2503 Dell. end of the year the Quartermaster : -
wood. Mrs. Bowden Ph. 7-5626.' Famous. International Teacher of the Dance Corps recently announced.The .

FOR SALE NAVY WIVES New York Quartermaster
House trailer and
cottage combined Procurement
Agency expects 10
furn. See Mrs. Frances i purchase combat boots at this

Parrish at the Air Base Trailer CORNERThe rate through May 19:>2.
Court, Yukon, Fla. ;
25 ft. house trailer with attached 4 Anticipated production requirements
June social meeting
SChE"d-r for all types of leather
rm. R. D. Romine Bldg. 422 uled for June 23 was
footwear including combat
trailer N,. 2 Yukon Trailer'
or I
June 30. All members of the
Court. i I boots and service shoes will average
Navy Wives Club their familiesand
Sale or trade equity in 2 bedrm approximately one million
friends are invited to meet I
fiscal 1932I :>
pairs during year
home for house trailer
equity
; dining the early afternoon of June .
$57 per mo. O. N. Smith, Ph. 8- I 30 at Klngsley Lake. I
6794 after 1600. ..
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I MACTlCI' THl I I II
MISCELLANEOUSRide tACKWAKD r The picnic lunch will be held Record Counter Opens
I
wanted from Park and Me- WALTZ tttTABTIWS .
around 1600 followed swim-
by
Duff. Hrs. 0730-1600, Mrs Ta- LI'TFOOT.MIPIAT WITHTHe ". ming and an evening of dancing. I At Navy ExchangePhonograph J
turn, ext. 8110. I UNTIL' COMBINE TMfFORWARD records of all sizes
.
VOU CAN DO r r Navy wives who have not yet be-
Leaving for Providence, R. I., TWI/ fix TIPS ,1 i BACKWARD AND come members of our dub are shapes, and descriptions can now
have rm. for 2. Leave on July VTMOUT MIITAKi.Z A //1 I II E rI ,, scaicsor it If I, welcome to join and get acquainted. be purchased at the Mainside Na
3, Ens. Paul Ricciardi VF-41 DOING TMC I
MO VI Ml NT For information please call vy Exchange.The .
Ph. ext. 460 or 727. I y iASTl1 fACNTIMr. Mrs. Elliott Newell, club president new enlarged department
Lost Silver kev rine holding three I last In week *
--- extension 8286.A opened Friday. a
keys ciow ag-g which directive has been issued time sales have been surprisingly

bears the number 2-4952 finder LESSOV 13-The Beautiful Waltz governing the actions to be taken I high. Complete selections have
contact owner. J. W. McFar- I The Waltz' is undoubtedly the most beautiful dance we have. been made available for consumption

land, 1372 Cumberland. Rd. :Nfost Waltz melodies are dreamy and romantic and the good Waltzer I cane. by popular demand. a

is generally an all-around good dancer.There I II required to call for their children Attributed as the reason for the
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Traffic I: are three beats to eachmeasure -- --- immediately after condition No. fine response from customeis Lithe

of Waltz music and the 'I has been given. Any remain- fact that the new department
ViolationsListed count is: ing children will be taken to has records in stock which should
I DRAWRIGHTFOOT_ : UPTOI.IFT 11 the Nursery satisfy oven the most discrimtnat I
ONE, two, three ONE. building by super-
below the traffic : AkO RAISE LEFT FOOT condition 2 Ing phonophile (record enthusiast -
are two, three visor as soon as No.
court penalties awarded at this I I FROM f LOOM is given. ). .
The basic Waltz la
station for the period 15 June to step composed 5 STEP FORWARD I All kinds of music-from classical -
of three It .
21 June 1951: simple steps. "%WITH LEfT Slimmer dancing classes under operatic and semi-classical) tn
Multiple Offenses: Mrs. E. M. is one of the most important steps ;! ".ASSIIOWH... the: direction of Miss Irene Free- popular I established favorites
Caldwell; R. A. Hartwich. AA; in dancing as this basic step is .- ;burg have started. A limited children's western, and hillbilly
P. C. Moore, AA; M. E. Hulme, used for left and right turns in I I '.... I lumber of vacancies exist. For can be bought on any of the three.
both the Waltz and Fox All
Trot. ,
I DIRECTLY'". I information please contact Miss current recording speeds: : 33 1 {
AA.Speeding Waltz variations based this SUP. I
;: R. E. Shearer. AA; are on WITH \ ](Freeburg direct at 2-8150, or call 45. or 78 r.p.m. .
C. Durkett; J. P. Pilkington, AK3; step. 'I, RIGHT FOOT. : t the nursery supervisor extension "The demand: shown for buying
The Waltz consists of
four parts
M. H. Anderson. I r :568. records prompted us to open a
a.
Involved in Accident: T. Durban forward movement backward, I II will and better record
DRAW LiFT FOOT I IUP i Independence Day. July 4th bigger depart
left ) turn and turn.
(reverse right
ENC. TO RIGHT.' RAISE/ : : I I je observed at the Nursery, which ment which could adequately serve
Miscellaneous Offenses: Pfc. I Study the artist's drawings I RIGHT FOOT FROM will, close on midnight. July 3.I I the wants of patrons," commented
G. A. Brueckner. carefully and follow this basic FLOOR./ '> I I I and will be open again at 0700 on' Gordon G. Marchus. Navy Exchange -
Failed to stop for stop sign: step: 'I *. V Inlv R.. I manager..
E. C. Qowan, A03. 7. Begin with your left foot and STEP FORWARD, ""J ___ __n__ _
step directly forward 2. Step WITH RI6MT/ FOOT ,..
Af ," Ias rw! cam'--.w----'
forward to the right with
foot. 3. Draw left your foot | lI" : .,,;f
Arthur Murray Says right your y. ." .
and raise s *
to right
up your your <
BEGIN WITtf
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foot from the floor. 4. Step' ,
1. All dancing; Is made up of right UFTFOOTAN9ITIPPIRtCTLY :
combination of five correct directly forward with the right T I iIt9.
positions of the feet. When foot. 5. Step forward with the : : FORWARD I

starting to dance bring your left in the way Indicated in the .4ad I I (
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diagram. 6. Draw your right foot ti
feet together, pointing the toes I9hattsoar I Isae
oaf\ I
out slightly In a triangle fash up to the left and raise your left {
ion. foot from the floor to start the in LlJdE .

:2. When your feet are apart, routine all over again. I '(611"1 ms 11$1 R \ w
Use too are always turned out The backward Waltz Steps are START ,,,prr.1'njP. N 4L .
!'oJ :
and your wright should rest just the opposite of the forward. % ;;
They are: I'
foot
on ono only. '
3. la bringing your feet together 1, Step backward with the left (Next Weeks The final le* .on.
foot. 2. to side and I tr
Step right
1 again, you may vary How lo turn while Waltzing.)
back slightly on right. 3. Draw I
the Ioltltlolby placing the heel !
1951, by
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left foot the ,
the to right
up
1 of one foot at the instep! of the '
othr. weight on left. 4. Step directly Arthur 'Murray j

j 4. Walking forward or back backward with right foot. 5. Left .

ward Miould always be In a foot to left side and slightly back. TOO MANY J. W.'s I a
line 6. Draw right foot up to left, e
fctralgltt chalk plating one
Fort Worth, Tex. (AFPS)
weight on right. __
foot directly In front (or back) "" r--
Practice the forward Waltz Mall troubles are expected in the
of the other. movement for six counts, then J. W. Evans: home within a few I FULL SELECTION NOW-This is a small corner view of the
9. Always bring your heels --- -'-- I""-'"-''" Exchange which
Waltz backward for six counts until Ion JoJ', W., art new phonograph counter at the ftlalnslde Navy
bather before taking side you can, slid back and forthwith i' 'ya4tned J. w. serves as an answer to many requests. Records of all type can be

ease '" t had at the newly established' service counter.Page .
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