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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 9, 1951
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Hands" Should Familiarize Themselves With Alert Conditions



Current Hurricane Season Here Calls for Precautionary Measures i;

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This is the hurricane season -'visions of these bills, a condensed I BASICALLY, the Aircraft Hur- Condition I means that the of government property and .,' )
in Florida. interpretation of: the bills' condi- ricane Evacuation Bill outlinesthe hurricane can be expected to the safety of station personnel la "'i|
tions are published here. Never strike here within 24 hours and outlined in detail in the Hurricane *i 'I
the to be observed for
Actually severe tropical procedure
theless all personnel are advisedto all flyable aircraft which cannotbe Security Bill. Under its provisions -
storms form during June through the evacuation of aircraft and the of ales t,
study the Hurricane SecurityBill stored safely must be evacuated are three conditions
" October. However August andSeptember at length, and personnel con- safe storage of aircraft. It also Immediately' to refuge airfields Condition III means to take preliminary
are the months when cerned with aircraft also should lists the stages or conditionsof Condition X-ray signifiesthat precaution. This condition
hurricanes occur more frequently. study the Aircraft Hurricane : alert. weather conditions prohibit is a general condition of read
As a result, precautionary steps Evacuation Bill Condition III indicates the path flyaway and all aircraft should be,, iness and will be ordered by the
to guard against threatening dan- of a hurricane has been tentatively secured in the best possible manner Commanding Officer when a hurricane "t
ger from hurricanes already have TilE TWO BILLS are essentially established and advance prep- or tropical disturbance is
been taken aboard NAS Jacksonville the same in that they both arations should be made for the repotted in the Gulf of
,, This advanced planning is warn of approaching hurricanes, evacuation of aircraft. ConditionII TilE SIX REFUGE airports as- Mexico or West Caribbean .
1'. in the form of two station bills, but the action taken in each differs denotes that hurricane winds signed to NAS Jax are as follows: Condition II is set when indications
.... the Hurricane Security Bill and somewhat. Neither bill is to of: destructive force can be expected I NAS Birmingham Ala NAS show that the storm is assuming -
the Aircraft Hurricane Evacua- be confused with the Station here within 48 hours and fly- Memphis, Tenn.; NAS Olathe, a definite pattern and may
tion Bill which list the various Storm Bill which outlines protective able aircraft must be prepared for Kans.; Maxwell Air Force Base, enter this area with winds of de-
stages or conditions of: alert. measures to be taken relative immediate evacuation to designated Montgomery, Ala; NAS Atlanta, structive force, but not expected ,i '
.. To help station personnel familiarize to thunderstorms or windstorms refuge airports at the discre- Ga; Berry Field, Nashville, Tenn. for at least 12 houis
themselves with the pro- i tion of the Commanding Officer Procedure for the protection (Please Turn to Page. 2, Col. 5))
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3 Center Officers Qualifications For l


.- -.. -
Receive CitationsFor Navy Preparatory


Korea Efforts School OutlinedReservists


who report for active
Threa medical officers of
before October 1 1951,
duty ,
NATTCenter have received ,
may be considered for assignmentto
,.., commendations from the Sur- the United States Naval Pre-
geon General, U. S. Army, for paratory School, according to an
announcement by Lt. George S.
outstanding: work 'with the --

Army Medical Service in Korea VOL-9 No. 19 Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida August 9, 1951 Holton, NAS personnel officer.that
is
However, it emphasized
it was learned this week I only those reservists who meet

Men receiving the commendation TrainingFilm certain qualifications will be assigned -
are Lt.. (Jg) Peter V. Van to the school. Require-
Schoonhoven, Lt, (Jg) Robert B. I, ments necessary fare outlined ire
I Fath and Lt. Jack S. Bullock To Feature BuPers-MarCorps joint letter 51-
The citations read as follows: 267 (N.D. Bui of April 15, 1951). .

'1. "Since you have now returned Though some reservists may -

.. to the Navy, I wish to express my Local UnitsThe have submitted applications priorto
sincere appreciation to you for assignment to active duty, it
, the superior work which you per- is explained, the same personnel j
formed with the Army Medical "plane captain" has must re-submit applications:

. Service during your recent tour of into his amid the through the commands to which
/ come own
have to be eligible
reported "
duty as a Naval officer assignedto they
operational duty with the De- flash I of camera lights and for the school. .

partment of the Army the flicker of celluloid tape In conclusion, it is pointed out
"As you know,-.the Army Medi- It that only those applications initially 1
cal Service was confronted with a here at NAS.A submitted prior to Octo
serious deficit of Medical Corps : film crew from MPO Productions ber 1, 1951, will be considered,
officers following the outbreak of although qualified candidates who
11
of New York City, has begun
hostilities in Korea. The coopera- report for active duty and re-
tion and spirit which you demon- M ls filming of the "plane cap submit applications after that

strated during your tour of duty __,_w_,*", _..,_,,,,, ...;,k. ...." ,_, tain" and his work, at Hangar date may be assigned to the na-
with' the Army Medical Service 115. The filming done here will val preparatory school.
contributed immeasurably to the NEW EXEC ARRIVES-Comdr. James II. Armstrong, left Further information on the pro-
successful accomplishment of our has taken over duties as Executive Officer of the Naval Air Stat be incorporated in the Navy training gram can be obtained at the Ed-

, assigned mission. tion, succeeding Comdr. Porter I". Bedell, right, who has been film ucational Service office, room 141,
"I am requesting that a copy executive officer here since May 1949. Commander Armstrongwas Shooting of the film, which began Administration building.
of this letter be Included with your former navigator of the USS Coral Sea. Commander Bedell Tuesday, is expected to take I 1
official Navy records. has been selected to attend, the Naval War College about 15 days. It is expected that
"Signed George E. Armstrong, 10,000 to 12,000 feet of film will Funds BeingIColiected
Major General, the Surgeon Gen- be used to complete the two-reel
eial"i Comdr. Armstrong New run. Actual production will be
I done here at NAS Jax, and at several For
other outlying fields

Six Enlist For Local PersonnelThe Flood VictimsBooths

NAS Executive OfficerComdr first day's shooting started

Cadet CourseSix with a scene depicting the plane have been set up at
captain and his plane on the ramp. Navy
James Houston Armstrong former navigator of the Commissary Store
:
from
A pilot and plane captain Civilian
young men from the North- Exchanges, and the
Florida, South-Georgia area who the USS Coral Sea in the Mediterranean area, today relieved Fasron Six were used in the first Cafeteria for contributions to
enlisted for Naval AviationCadet Comdr. Porter F. Bedell as executive officer of Naval Air day's shooting. Personnel from the Red Cross Disaster Fund
" training at the Jackson- Station Jacksonville. Fasron Six and other units will be which will be used to aid the
: used throughout the training film.
. ville Naval Air Reserve Train- Comdr. Bedell, who has become homeless and the suffering in
ing Unit were transferred last well known in Jacksonville Armstrong, Plant City, Comdr. lop Crew 4 the flooded areas of Kansas,
Sunday to NAS Pensacola; to since reporting here in May, attended the Universl- Production of the film has the Missouri, and Illinois.
Commence flight training. has been selected to attend of: Florida before entering authorization of the Bureau of Military and civilian personnel
The six who will strive for the Naval War College, Senior training at Pensacola as an Aeronautics and is under the direct who wish to contribute to
Navy Wings of Gold are egy and Tactics Force, in I cadet. He was commis supervision of Lcdr. James the American Red Cross appealcan
William R Lynch, Jacksonville; I in 1937. In 1940 he re- offer their donations at any
port, R. I., where he reports Bishop, of the Navy PhotographicCenter
Albert W. Howard, Jr., Ormand, ust 16. at NAS Jax as an Ensign Washington, D. C. Lt. Fe- of the various booths between
Fla.; Estal J. Fette, Gainesville, An to the War the early beginnings of lix Ward from Naval Air Technical 1100 and 1400 through Thurs-
Fla.; William C. Lockhart, Jr., appointment big station to which he now Training Center at Memphisis day, August 9.
Haines City, Fla., and John M. lege the is Navy considered a distinct Clem'C as executive officer. technical adviser for the production Five million dollars is need-
Gallagher, Ocala; and Mark S.: by Exec Since May 1919 ed from the Nation. DuvalCounty's
Steadman Jr., Savannah, Ga. Native Floridian Before he took over as execu share is $10,000. This
'.. Comdr. Armstrong, a Edwin Sharf who has directed
officer in May 1949, Comdr. films is an opportunity to aid the
other training ,
I several Navy
The NAVCAD Procurement Plant City, has a double of the
was formerly Operations I disaster stricken people
in
well known
and who is quite
officer for the North-Florida Florida, having married a '
USS .
aboard the carrier mid-west area.Senior
South-Georgia area, who has Jacksonville girl, Miss Agnes the motion-picture Industry, is director t I
headquarters at the Jacksonville ramoro, daughter of Mis of the film here. Cameramen
Naval Air Reserve Training Farramoto, 1510 Barrs St. A graduate of the U. S. Naval include Leonard Stark and Scouts
Unit announced today that enlistments The son of Mr and Mrs (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 3)) Bob Downey
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NAVCAD
for trainingare ,
civ- .. .., ... "- ----
again open f<5r qualified 74dwtooo.: w.a+r4e aq..w-.vv Y. y..w.ee Slate AnnualRendezvous
ilians. The enlistments for NAV-
CAD had been closed to civilians
" since last October due to the tre-
mendous number of young men N 4.:. tl
who enlisted following the opening s 1
of Koiea Senior Scouts of Region Six, Including -
hostilities North and South Carolina

Qualifications for Naval Avia Georgia and Florida, will hold
tion Cadet training are as fol- : their fifth annual rendezvous a*,
; :
lows: 18-27 years of age; single ; ; the Naval Air Station from Aug-
males only and must agree to remain ust 19 through the 25th.
single until completing the About 250 scouts are registered
;
i
eighteen months of flight train be for the (encampment, it was announced *
ing; must not have received not- c c 55r't by M G. Boswell, deputy
ice to report for induction physical regional executive of the Atlanta
; must have successfully com- Ra > office. Boswell has reported that
,,' pleted 60 semester hours, or 90 he will not be present during the
..: quarter hours at an accredited :: encampment this year, but will b*

physically. ; F> replaced by Herbert Stuckey,
qualified Including 20/20 x deputy regional scout executive.The .

Vision -'", w program planned will parallel -
Applicants must never have )'" that of previous years as far

been dropped for _failure in any .A,_ .. ... ..'n,...,.. as possible, the Navy said. However
military flight training program, SCENE Re-christened "Malmos No. !" by Kansas City newspapers, the :NAS some curtailment of activities *
FLOOD AREA -
however those who were dropped made due to the
must be pies
larvae with chlordane:
truck In action spraying
Control Unit is shown' with
the closeof I Malaria and Mosquito
for quota restrictions at of activity at the station resulting -
of Kansas City's industrial section.Muck in the street Is composed: sure
World War II are still eligible along a street in the flooded area from the rasaM sstldi
first floors of
covered the entire shops
cattle seed. Before the water receded, it had
at of fermenting
in standing
good
if the they time were of their release. shown here Luckily no rain fell to hamper the work ot the local unit now returned home. situation."All i

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i. Page Two JAX AIR NEWS '". August 9, 1951 'Iff' .1


r r... Report From Washington

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,. (Ja.1 >> _.1.. .- .S,...r.t Await Action On Armed Forces Bills I


Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air

t If,'. Station. Jacksonville. Fla.NAS, Jacksonville Pensions For Vets Needinq NursinaBy

f Cact Douglas T. Day Commanding Officer Armed Forces Press Service cers wil include those commanders of the ., t..
Comdr. Porter F. Bedell .Executive Officer Legislative hoppers are filled with Armed Navy and Naval Reserve who will
Lt. Gordon D. Walker..?....._._.......-Public Information) Officer Forces legislation which affects, in some man- five or more years service in grade complete by June
Fleet Air Jacksonville ner, all Service personnel. The following bills 30, 1952.
Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison._. ... .....___..--..... _Commander have been introduced in Congress and are un- .
Capt. Allen Smith Chef of Staff der consideration by various committees: Plans are 'Underway to move the Army .

Fleet Air Ring Eleven 1. To provide pensions for veterans of WWI Judge Advocate General's School from Fort '

t Capt. Jesse S. McClure _..._-.___._______.._ CommanderComdr. and II based on non-service-connected disa- Myer; Va., to the University of Virgina at

Joseph 'T. Thornton_?........ ......Chief Staff Officer biity and attained age and for other purposes. Charlottesville. ..
Naval Air Technical Training Center 2. To restore the right of certain veteransto .L .
apply for insurance. Reactivation of Stead Air Force Base Reno ;.
Capt. Lester K. Rice _____ Commanding Officer
': Corner. John A. Gamon Jr. _....____.._ Executive Officer 3. A bill is pending in the House Ways and Nev., has been announced by the Air Force. ,
Means Committee to eliminate the paymentof It is to be operated as a training installationby
.k;% Naval Hospital tax by Servicemen in uniform when ad- the Strategic Air Command.,
Cap Dwight J. Wharton Commanding Officer mitted to motion picture houses free of charge. .
6' Capt. Guy E. Stahr ___Executive Officer Some theaters are now admitting Servicemenfree The Senate has given final approval 'to a ,.\.
Ir' NARTU but the government tax is' being col- bill to provide pensions up to $120 a Month
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp Commanding Officer lected. for veterans requiring nursing care. If signedby
u' Comdr. Anthony Trusso_ Executive Officer 4. To authorize promotion of certain officers President Truman the new law would '
and former officers of the Army and Air make pensions available to veterans with less
h Editorial Offices in Roo-Wand 125 Main Administration Force who have been retired for physical dis- than $1,000 annual income if single, or $2,500
t, building. Phone extension 8184. ability. if they have_ dependents.
Editor-Andrew IL Planey 5. To authorize payments by the Veterans 1
Staff Members: John L. Almond; Barbara Rickman. SN; Administration on purchase automobiles or U. S. Navy uniform regulations have been
Gerald .Hynes, SN; Terry Ziegler SA; Mary Bixiones, SN. other conveyances by certain disabled veter- modified concerning the wearing of ribbons.!' .
The JAX AIR NEWS t* puonsnea weedy .t the U. t>>>. Naval Air Suuon.
Jacksonville, Florida, and printed commercially with non-appropriated fund ans who served during WWII and persons' The new change states that no longer will
at no expense to the Government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-3S.Rev, who served in the Armed Forces. after June there be any space between rows of ribbons.
Mov. not:;. Copies are distributed free ol charge at the Naval Air Station, the 27, 1950. S. -
.. Naval Air Reserve Training Unit. Naval Auxiliary Air. Station Cecil Field and The Senate has passed and sent to the
.. ...
the U. S. Naval Hosl'ltaL. ..
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Hearings are scheduled soon on the Armed White House a bill authorizing the renewal
AFFS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted without Forces Reserve Act of 1951 (Brooks H.R. every five years of five-year term insurance
the written permission of Armed Forces Press Ser\lce. Republication of other policies,of WWI veterans.
of 4860)) which would create a composition of
matter except by service publications, I II prohibited without permission .
Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. Reserve Forces into the Ready Standby and *
Retired Reserve. This new act would give Congress has been asked to give the nation's
: Now Men Can Tell How eac hreservist a solid foundation for determ- fighting men a federal income tax exemption r
Bostic New
Capt. ining his present and future reserve status. similar to that recommended during WWILA
Women Can Annoy Them bill introduced by Senator McFarlandAriz.

c OfficerAt The Navy will convene a selection board ( .) would give members of the Armed
Medical Recently columnist in
i. a to woman the "weaker August 14, 1951, to recommend line commanders Forces exemption up to $1,500 a year while in.
her told advice them how to recognize sex the for promotion to captain. Eligible offi- combat or occupational military duty. .s i

NATTCenterCapt. symptoms of old age in their hus- '-
bands. Well men, we aren't lost Hurricane Season

I. Sam C. Bostic, recentlyreported completely.A .
f' aboard from Chincoteague couple of others have come (Continued from Page J)
gue, VA., is the new Medical up with a survey in which 1,000 When Condition II is set all station -
J'. Officer at the Naval Air Tech- men tell some of the many waysIn personnel will be recalled to _
nical Training Center."I which their spouses! ) annoy the station and all liberty cancelled '.
am very pleased with my them. All local broadcasting stations
r new command." declares Captain will be used to carry out this
Bostic "The officers and men are Just look at this partial list of"cruelties" accomplishment, while the Shore
P doing an excellent job, and from imposed upon breadwinners 4 Patrol wUl further disseminatethe
the top it looks very good. Of by the Missus: recall order In theaters, rea-
course, he added, "There are She is always finding fault taurants dance halls beaches and
still a few things that I haven't She always asks me of my public gathering places.

looked into as yet, but on the whereabouts.She tl, r f ..
whole, I am well pleased." is always telling me that I WHEN TilE station has been
-- don't love her anymore. secured for the hurricane all mar-
p. She uses extreme makeup and ried personnel or those with dependents
nail polish. will be permitted to return -
_j jR She buys crazy looking hats. to their homes if they can .
M I She enjoys ribbing me before be spared.
our friends. Condition I means to take full
I She always has her hose hang- precautionary measure and secure
She is always snooping in my be ordered by the Commanding

I' pockets.But -. ._, -_. ,, _. ._ .. Officer when the hurricane with
remember the popular de- 1-- "Twister" --( winds of destructive force is expected -
TWISTER A'COMIN' menacing threatens the
in the immediate
of married life: "Youcan't vicinity
scription
t distant Superfort of the Far East Force's-307th) Bomb Wing as it '
within
live with 'em, and you can'tIhe approximately 8 hours, depending -
circles for a landing after returning from a'Korth Korean mission.
without 'em." (AFTS). upon.the time of) day max
Two airmen in show little about the darkening
foreground concern imum effect of the storm is expected 6 .
DOG ANNOYED? sky; they have seen hundreds of similar storms roar over and to arrive in the immediate .
pass harmlessly out to sea. r. S. This one did, too.
t ; r Long Beach, Calif. (AFPS- vicinity
,- When Condition I
is given all
the'
Delores Fulton wants police '
to do something about the man Adm. Fechteler Nominated civilian department heads are to keep key ..,
who comes around every night and personnel at their posts
{ 'g barks at her dog. She says her to aid in securing the station and .
let all others go. All married military -
dog is annoyed. Chief Of Naval OperationsAdmiral
personnel that can be sparedwill

.____._..____a.._n........... degree in 1928. be allowed to return to their
William M. Fechteler
homes and families.
.
Capt. Bostic formerly' commander-in-chief of Atlantic Naval Forces under the .

.' After two years as an internein the Atlantic Fleet was picked by North Atlantic Security Treaty. NORMALLY THE word to return .
Captain Bostic was particular Bellevue Hospital, New York President Truman last week to
A native of San Rafael Cali- to work will be given to civilians
; )Jy impressed with the friendly City, Bostic entered private prac- succeed the late Admiral ForrestP. fornia, the 55-year-old CNO en- by local radio stations If
attitude of the townspeople in tice in 1930. He practiced private Sherman Chief of Naval I .
as
Jacksonville. tered the Naval Academy at the the return signal is not heard
medicine until 1940. Operations. age of 16 and been on active Na- then personnel should use their
He was commissioned) Lt. (jg) Primarily known as a "battle- val service since. : own judgment in returning.
Captain Bostic entered the Na- in 1931 and remained in the re- ship admiral," the new CNO has Admiral Fechteler began his I The third bill pertaining to
vy as an apprentice seaman in serve until 1940. In Septemberof spent 39 years in a Navy uniform career in battleships with service I weather conditions is the Storm ;' ...
914. Ht went up through the en- that year, he volunteered for and was picked over at least five aboard the USS Pennsylvania I Bill, which sets forth three condi-
listed rates to Warrant Pharma- active duty and was accepted. other top-ranking Navy officersfor in World War I and followed it tions relative to thunderstorms or
cist in 1918. He reverted to Chief lie has been on active duty since. the post. up with command of the battle- wind storms. Storm Condition III

Pharmacist of in 1921 and went During World War II, Capt. ship USS Indiana during the sec- signifies that a thunderstorm or
out the Navy.
Bostic entered Medical Bostic served aboard the USS Until his selection for the ond World War. high winds are in the general area "

School Capt. in 1921. After a at Pollux, (AKS-2)), until she was Navy's top job Armiral Fechteler and preliminary. precations shouldbe
year sunk in the North Atlantic, Feb- had been considered for appoint- taken.
Wake Forest College, N. C., he After the war Admiral Fech-
1942. He later served Condition II warns that thun-
ruary, ment as Supreme Commander of a
entered Columbia at New York teler served as Commander of the
a aboard the USS Fanshaw Bay derstorm or high winds are in the
City. He received his A. B. de- Battleship-Cruiser Division of the
CVE-70)) and the USS Sava Island immediate vicinity and
gree from the College] of Physi- ( Atlantic Fleet and in 1947 he be- apparently "
CVS-78). approaching the station. "
cian and Surgeon at Columbiain ( .. came Deputy Chief of Naval Op- Preliminary
1925. He received his M. D. erations for personnel and servedin precautions should be takento -
In his tour of duty at NAAS,* that capacity until taking over insure safety of property and .
Chincoteague Va., he attendedthe personnel. Storm Condition I indicates -
CinCFantFlt about 18 months
DIVINE Edgewood Arsenal School at as the storm is imminent and

Edgewood Md., for medical aid ago.Admiral will pass over the station. ,
to patients wounded in atomic Lynde "McCormick,
SERVICESAT warfare. He was active in Chin- former Vice Chief of Naval Op-
.r coteague and the surroundingareas erations was named to succeed
THE STATION CHAPELS in setting a planned med- Admiral Fechteler and Vice Ad- cpo ,
ical aid program for personneland miral Donald P. Duncan was I I
Protestant civilians in case of atomic nominated by President Trumanto
NOTES
0830-M o r n i In g Services, All- attack. Captain Bostic is interested fill the post vacated by Admi- "
Saints Chapel. in the same program being ral McCormick.
0915-Naval Hospital ChapeL worked out for Jacksonville. I The little jackpot prize, at the ').
1045-All Saints ChapeL "Although Jacksonville may REAL SERVICE! Bingo game at the CPO Club, .r
Catholic not be considered a target for an I went to the Althier family Friday ",
0830 and 0930-Mass St. Ed- atom bomb, now" the Captainsaid Jnglewoo*!, Calif. (rS-The night. 'I11f big Jackpot is getting
ward's -It is still highly probablethat Social Security Office, located on I ripe and will probably tie plucked '

0930 5t Edwards',Chapel.Chapel (Catechism it would be bombed, if an the second floor, has a sign on the I next Friday when again there will rI
obtained Abombsto I be at
enough
enemy bingo games commencing
first floor: "Are the stairs too
'
Edward's do the job. I am convincedthat 2000.
1030-Mass, St. ChapeL people in military areas hard to climb? Go into the furniture Dancing next Saturday will bathe

0645-Mass at Hospital ChapeL should be cognizant of this fact, AlAy stare and call Orchard music of the Eddie Hartman
Mormon and some preparation for med- 1-7604. We will come down to Combo from 2030 to 0030 and on
'idnesday-193o-at Small ChapeL ical aid to the wounded shouldbe seeyou; Social Security Admin- Sunday there will be dinntr dancing -
made." Admiral Fechttl". istration." beginning at 1800. \

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August 9, 1JJ51 JAX AIR NEWS Page-Three-

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I Station 1The -


1
Dialogue
}$
,- ,
("Station Dialogue" provides an 1 p par

opportunity tor military and civil-
Ian personnel of NAS to voice R

their opinion on a question put to
.. "- them. by a Jax Air News report- big day is almost here! Buy
er). your tickets today for the picnic
a a s Saturday, August 11th. There'llbe

.. Today's question la: "Do you swimming, dancing, food,
, favor universal 'national' sales "sif games and all kinds of fun Don't
. tax: to aid our defense and eco- 4r miss it. Bring the kids It's
, -' only 1.50 per family for a bar
nomic effort, or do you think (
monies on these efforts should be rel of all-day fun. See you there!
Leola Pierce of the Records
.l4 raised in other ?"
any way
: Section resigned this week to
.. in Texas. We'll
join her hubby
Cpl. Hubert Williams, Marine -A
r vp ; miss Leola Willie Dauphin of

Barracks: "It : ( \ Transportation, is on two weeks
Is my opinion ---II leave Glad to see Hope Mills-

Y ... that we should a ;, Price back at work after beingon
leave also Betty Herrington
have a national \ ; ;
y D who returned Monday with a
sales tax. The beautiful tan.Welcome .
American peo- h aboard to Marty Jef-

ple have a fries who has been assigned to
great and serio the Mail File Unit! also to Elouise
u s situation Clark assigned to Time Section.

facing them NOTE: An office boy starts at
and if we are the bottom and works up A sec-
iti.rilvf to use the'mon- $? retary starts as a secretary and

Williams ey for defense, ..... .,, ,.__ T_ '_ OT _..........__ .. ._....-...._-- just works.
"then 'I am all for it. There is no PORTUGUESE CADETS VISIT-Seven young cadets of the Portuguese Air Force, part of a .

' 'I'' ,time like the present."' group of cadets visiting the United States from 14 countries stopped off at NAS for a short visit
. last Sunday. Left to right are Antonio Maria Caetano Carreira; Vasco Oscar Ferreira Beleizao; Open Central
\ ... Michael W. Urban, ADC, VF- Jose Correia Matins; Jose Manuel Pinto de Graca Reis; Capt. Fernando Alberto de Olivrira; Ar-
mindo Rodriguez Fillpe and Senastiao Maria de Almeida de Castelo Branco.
thinkwe
I 921: 1 News AgencyIn
should tax

the people. Slate 'Bonus' Hearings SHAPE "Pentagon" Midwest

Right now the Open In Europe

state tax that Kocquencotirt, France (.u"rS- >ashiiifflon ( A F I' S ) The

V we have. isn't The headquarters of General of Army has established a Central

doing a thing For 20,000 Indefinites the Army Dwight D. Eisenhower, News Processing Center at Kan-

for defense. All Supreme Commander of the Allied sas City, Mo., to co-ordinate and
I Powers in Europe, was recently control "hometown" news and fea-
that
can see Washington (AFPS-The House Armed Services Committee is Eu-
opened formally. Western ture material relating to Army
,-ruall', 'II mat the almost immediately on a bill authorizing
scheduled to begin hearings rope's "Pentagon" covers a 60- personnel
states are all making the money of re-enlistment bonus to approximately 20,000 soldiers and
payment acre site studded with 30 one-
j and little" of it is going In for defense airmen who: re-enlisted for indefinite periods prior to October 1, 1949. story prefabricated buildings. jurisdiction The Center of will the Army operate Chief under of

Recently the Department of Defense rlods prior to its enactment.The From 12 flagpoles( 54 feet high, Information as a part of the Pub-
sent a report to the com- total fly the flags of the North Atlantic lic Information Division.
'. Donald H. Holland, AF2, Photo mittee with a "favorable"* stampof measure provides a Treaty nations.
bonus limited to $1,440 and no Evaluates and Distribute! '
Lab. NAS : approval. of V. S. Servicemen are housed !in
payments due' after 30 years Public Information Officers in
Octo-
"When the defense Law in existence prior to service. It also permits paymentin barracks equipped with the familiar .the field will transmit their news
1949 when the Career Com-
ber 1 ,
,
of the advance of the annual $60 due double-decker bunks. But and feature matter to the Center

United Statesis mitted pensation Act and was Air passed Force, per- after the first six years of the en- the WAVEs, WAFs and WACs for evaluation and distribution instead -
Army per-
and their equivalents from other
listment. to media,
of using
at stake, I sonnel of the first three grades to nations have a slight edge in quar- I thus eliminating directly duplication and
for indefinite period re-
enlist an
lee no reason ters comfort.
the dissemination of trivial material -
why the Amer- ceiving $50 for each year of their Installed in
have been .
old enlistment, with another $50 Seek MethodFor They
ican people on each anniversary of three barracks, living two to a A mat service also will be oper-
payable
should objectto The room. Each room is furnished ated to provide editors of small
"hitch. Navy
the indefinite
.k a national authorize indefinite en- Sending with two comfortable beds and medium-sized hometown dailies
does not
sales tax. We listments.The equipped with reading lights, greater opportunity for the
Holland all love this Career Compensation Art desks, armchairs and combina- use of Army photographs. Facilities

country and if a national tax can provided for re-enlistment with MailtoPOWs tion locker-dressers. for providing glossy prints

.1. speed the defense, then I am all bonus payment of $360 and $60 A typical evening meal served i also will be maintained.
for it.. for the seventh and each sub Washington (AFPS) The De. soon after the Headquarters was Can Transcribe
0 is making efforts beef Radio transcription facilitieswill
sequent" )"f'ar. fense Department occupied, consisted of roast ,
Donald L. Konz, YNC, NATTC' The Career Compensation Act to open the way for com- mashed potatoes and frozen raspberries enable field PIOs to forward
_
_
t repealed the former law, without munication between U. S. war for American personnel tapes of hometown interviews for
"I think a tax North I o- dubbing on wax for the use of local
making provision for those who prisoners held by the The British contingent enjoyed
of any kindshould had re-enlisted for indefinite pe- lean and Chinese Communist sausage rolls, fried onions, tea and radio stations.
be forces in Korea and their fam- jam. French personnel ate veal The Center's activities will not
interfere with specialized news activities -
ilies and cheese,
borne for the
AF Radio System information thata of field PIOs who will re-
Upon receiving
; most part, by tain freedom to originate stories
U. S. Serviceman is a prisonerof ALL IN VAIN!
those persons Borders not requiring mass distribution or
Guards
war, the Defense Departmentwill New }'orkI'I'8) Roland
k mat service.
who will -benefit his fami-
.. immediately notify Kann, a shoe salesman, reported .
most. A national Washington" (PS-The eyes ly and provide instructions for attempting to police the theft of 100 women 1

.. sales tax and ears of the Air Force, some to communicate with i 's shoes from his car. Like the

,: 25,000 radar men are on watch in him. traditional confused recruit, the Keep Close Watch&
P' -- would meet the ,
Konl the United States and Canada. FamlUe of U. S. prisoners in wearer would have to have two

,..,', ; conditions because only the actual The aircraft warning system Air is Korea will be instructed to address left feet-they were. all for that But Sometimes
manned, the
" consumer need bear the tax" now 97 percent a letter to the prisoner giv- foot

.;,('; Force recently announced. ing his name, rank, and service Their Slips ShowEven
-1, Ensign Donald Shaner, VF-41: Three ;years ago only about number. No postage is required. failed to comply with Geneva
is 4,000 men were in the warning I The words "Prisoner of War Mail" Convention rules requiring the though newspapermenwatch
"There one
system. It then consisted of a I will be written in the upper right furnishing of information con. their copy pretty closelythere
I' thing we must few, isolated centers, manned on hand corner of the envelope and cerning prisoners of war. is always the chance ofsomething

res think of whenwe a part-time basis. I the return address in the left cor- The Defense Department Is uti- slipping through unnoticed

speak of a The organization, now fully co- ner. Letters, at the rate of one lizing three methods in an effortto The TimesPIcayuneNew
ordinated, Is composed of 12 Orleans), in its Roto sec-
per month should be further addressed obtain more information: (1) (
;
... national tax.'I groups of regular troops and threeof : "Care of Chinese Peoples -Constant monitoring of the Pe- tion, recently listed the following

We must realize i federalized Air National Committee for World Peace, king Radio ((2))-Observation of culled from newspapers throughout

the situation Guardsmen. Each group can mana Peking, China" the Communist press in the ITS the nation:
number of stations. Lead to travel story in the St.
which the names of
America
believes publishes
The Defense Department
.
I The number of stations and Petersburg (Fla) Evening Independent
S. Servicemen U. S. prisoners allegedly held by
finds herself in. that many U. -
'\ their locations are secret. .Information : "If you want to get to
Communists. (3)-)
listed "missing in action the
On the other as
I Bermuda by air, take a plane.
contained in letters from
and I believe are really prisoners. of the
Shaner That's the best way to travel
Detail Finds Dinosaur
: Communists The Reds have known prisoners to their families. "
too, that our government could through the air,
carry on with what it has, but a On Nevada MountainLas Classified ad in the RaleighN.

national sales tax would help ( C.) News & Observer:
\ega. Nev. ((1\1 greatly. I am all for it Steam heated rooms, ,
I Airforce detail engaged in plant- business girls Also gentlemen.."
WC ing a radio aerial atop isolated The Fort Worth (Tex.) Press
,1'\\ This General A Mount Sunshine, 10 miles east of explained that a past president of

I Phona Operator Learns here, dug into a 30-foot dinosaur; the Retail Merchants' Associationof
Sgt. \ViliAin Lyon, a memberof Texas is a man who has worked ,
:.. Warren AlB. Ujo. (AITS)- the party, decrlbed the prehistoric : for the same firm all his, life,
Pfc. Dunwoody had "some bra.s"when mammal a. "enormous, and then quoted him: "I frew up
he made a telephone call with a big head and a long tail, in the store"
'! here recently. lie told the opera- and petrified meat on the *..houiderr. I After describing the ring ceremony

.! tor it was General A. Dunwoody I of a Jacksonville, Fla..
t calling, and the service was Plans were started to unearththe I wedding the Associated Press ac-

. prompt.: find and bring It to the city. count added: "Then they killed,"

: The operator discovered the ------- Advertisement. in the St. Augustine -

.i" : "general was a Pfc. but she WHO'S AFRAID? L (Fla: ) Record: Holds
.. smile-for the airman's "
could only shirt and slacks down.
j j AFPS ) up
.Jacksonville (
" L full name and rank: is Pfc. General 14-year- The night trunk wire of the
A. Dunwoody. When police picked up this
J. United Press carried dispatch
thought
.; I old Gene Herman, they from Eufaula. Ala: "A mother

Lulu: "Do you know how to they had a run-away. But thE'Yfound who already has six children today -
he had with him a four- s.4.- 4
,
drive a baby buggy? 21 yV 1. gave birth to a four-room,
Luke: "Not exactly. How:" foot-seven-inch boa three-foot constrictor Ever-, -IIY-YA-- SKINNY, THE WATER'S FINE Korea or home, unpamted house set back in 'a
boas and a
Lulu: "Tickle its feet. baby hot, dry, summer day. Resource tenant farmer's cotton field"Classified
glades rat snake. "I'm a dealerin there's nothing like a pool on a
:1 water hole and three sandbags :around in the Dallas (Tex.)
discovered :a
of deal. It ful Marines
snakes I sort pays
The plumber's face flushed, A News: "Wanted-Well digger w
-
create reasonable facsimile of a swimming pool. sprinkling
for trips, Gene explained it to a
but was, being no noise.a good plumber there my expenses. They let him go. of bathing: beauties is only thing missing. dig a dug weU-AFPS). Y}

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VF-41 _
Smith, Harold I* Thorp, Lewis M not the more' brittle fresh water
By using early I morning Vaughan, and Raymond. L. Wood- type.
hops to by-pass the unfavorable dall Another correspondence course a ? C'F ....
.' afternoon weather, Another much talkeJ-of eventat has been completed by Roy VV .j
through efficient schedulingand the squadron recently was the Asher, AO1. This last course was
completion of a gunnery hop that in Navy Regulations and the
excellent availability of took place at 15,000: feet and grades received still maintain his
planes, VF-tl amassed slightly which qualified Lt George Trip- average' for the training phases! : 4lit.e

over a thousand hours of lett and Lf Robert Blyth for Navy at a neat 3.96. : ,
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flight time during July. i E s. _____ (
Both pilots shot over 20 per centon A red-ejetl and bedraggled appearance
.
After riding herd on the squad- the hop. Lt Haskew Brantley, has been taken on by \ \
ion ensigns and "junior J.g's" since Lt Marion McKeithen and Lt. the operators of the Spencer tar- 1--4"
the unit was (commissioned Lt. Charles Scherzer each scored a I get lange since they have been
t Ug) James A, Klemawesch, senior I laudable 12 per cent of hits while rolling out of their bunks In orderto
j.g., pinned on his "railroad II Lcdr Hugh Price, Lt Lewis I be at work at 0600. It must
tracks" and vowed that now the Vaughan, Lt. .Robert Smith Lt. be chalked up to their credit ..
junior officers will really have to I watch themselves. I James Tiller and Lt.jg( ) Turner already losing a certain amount of
Lt. Klemawesch first enteredthe Ivey also recorded high ecoies sleep by this system, there was a
Naval service November 1042. A softball game contested between minimum a m o-u n t of grumbling
Upon successful completion of the officers of VF-671 and when it was announced they must EXCHANGE CONGRATULATIONS. Paul Bedwell, left,
G flight training in 1944, he served work their scheduled half day and Stanton W Wadell
VF-921 last week resulted I in on Lcdr. exchange cigars and congratulate
with VF-38; and later with Pensacolain Fasl'OnIt teammates from VF-671 paying off due to the increased workload f each other on their new rank. The two were among 13 NATTCen- I

before returning to for the kegs of beer. Need anymore ter officers receiving promotions within the past week r
October 1947 as flight Instructor. -
Wedding bells will be ringing on
be said about the score?
From there he reported to I S r 18 August for Lt. James F. Perry 13 Win Promotions r
VF-41 when the outfit was com officer.
personnel
,
I Welcome back aboard to the
missioned 1, 1950.
September brlght-ejed and eager souls who New from the fishermen in the At Center
Under the leadership of Lt, Training;
has been slow in.
of- have just returned from leave. squadron coming
Klemawesch, who is personnel .
ficer of the squadron, his division There is ample evidence the fol- James P. Clark, ADC, won't talk. Lt. Robert T. Pittman, offi- "
lowing people really benefited for fear ,of ridicule and Gene L. cer-In-charge of Officers' Per- ;
during from their vacations: Lt. Her- Hubbard, SN, only mumbled the sonnel has announced thirteenpromotions
Material inspection man Mj'ers, Lt. Duncan, Lt. John- other day about an 18 pound I in rank for officers SALTY HUMOR FROM

son, Rufus O. Dyer AA, Bernard "minnow" he landed. of NATTCenter. HERE AND THEREAnd

Although a habitual cigarette N. Gemelli, AE1; Douglas M. The privilege of paying more income Winning promotions w e r e
smoker 'Klem' loaded up on cigars Harding, AN; Jim B. Hardy, AD- tax but also another privi L<:dr. Paul Bedwell, Lcdr. Stan. when it got dark he turn-
(and plunged his budget into E3, Warren S. Jackson. AA; lege of receiving more of that ton W. Waddell, Lcdr. John H. ed to Kitty and said, "You knowit
the "red") in order that all hands Stewart W. Montgomery, ADE2; filthy lucre at pay days has just Miller, Lcdr. Robert C. :Mason, is so darkxl can't see my handin
might enjoy a good cigar on the Herman L. Mooie AOU2, Robert been bestowed upon four squadron Lcdr.: Charles E. McKinley, Lt. front of my face,
occasion of his promotion. M. Nevins, ADAA, Charles C. personnel Eugene L. Bur- Robert B. Fath, Lt. Frank E. "Don't worry," said Kitty, 'I .,
Competitive gunnery exercisesare Pettett, AOU2, William H. Rogers ton has advanced to YNSN, while McAfee, Lt. Clarence P. Bled- know where it is," .. .
,
scheduled for the near future. ATAN, Roland A. Roberts, Lt.(jgs) Joe H. James, Charles C, soe, Lt. Jack S. Bullock, Lt.
It is hoped the past intensive AD2: and Erie :M Spencer, AOU1 Varner and Frank O. Slay, are Henry G. King, Lt. Felix J. Nep- "Evelyn is certainly wearing a .-
training will not be in vain and The near perfect turnout for the passing out the stogies for their veux, Lt. Donald Egly and Lt. daring gown, isn't she"
the completion of the exerciseswill "all hands" party held I last promotions to senior lieutenants. George H. Smith.NATTCenter. 'Yes its daring every man in .
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result fn many more of the elnesday afternoon on Jax Beach I the room."
r squadron's Corsairs being ,adorned rated the affair as the best one VC-62 I .- ,
with the Navy "E"', yet and praised those handling An'other'C6: squadron party Band "Does she stutter?"' .
C. Rinaldo, YNTSN, the details for keeping the chow has into
Anthony gone the record books I ''Does she? Once she started to
was transferred this week to NAS hot and the beer cold now, but. crew members still re- I Gets New Leader tell a new man about her past
for processing and eventual dis- The squadron is hoping for the tain pleasant memories of the and before she finished, he was
chaige. First in the group to be quick return of Ensign Sid Herring highly successful social 1 event I Lt James Wolfe, Public Information part of it"
released after the mandatory extension personnel officer, who is currently staged last Friday. in the recreation officer at "lhe Naval Air

he carries with him the berthed in the hospital.FASRON area outside Cecil Field. I Technical Training Center, an- The defense attorney was cross-
best wishes of his shipmates *
Highlighting the affair was a nounced today that Richard "Diz"Dufano examining the witness, a fetching
TINE bitterly contested softball game AA, is now the leader of. blonde with two lovely big blue '
VF-671 Cahert E. Duke .\Le, a recent between officers and CPOs from the PIO orchestra. eyes. The lawyer leaned forward.
The double bars were broken member' of the Navy's research which the former emerged victorious The PIO orchestra, formerly Where were you?" he thundered
out fast by VF-671 personnel when program, Operations SklJump, has after Lcdr. Newell F. Olsen's known as the Eddie Hartman band "on Monday night ,.
BuPers Circular Letter 111-51 reported aboard for duty with solid hit in the fifth inning gave will be used extensively in the new The blonde smiled sweetly, ,
,covering promotions of Lt. (jgsto ) Fa Ton 9. his team the winning margin. Naval Air Technical Training Center "Automobile riding," she replied.
full lieutenants included the The research program, which Lcdr Roy B Dalton and Lt television series. It will be "And where were you" bellowed -
names of Haskew Brantley, JackL. was conducted in the Arctic Cir- Pat F. Haley shared the pitching premiered the night of August 15 the lawyer, "on Tuesday
Duncan, Thomas Johnson, cle, was composed of three officers honors for the winning team in at 1800. night"
James G. Loudermilk, Robert N.By five enlisted men and two the 7-5 fray while Chiefs John B Larry Green, BMG3 business Automobile riding," repliedthe

oceanographers, and was carriedout Jernigan and Harry L. Quinn were manager of the orchestra, pointedout beautiful blonde
in a specially equipped R4D the losing hurlers The lawyer leaned still closer.
in to the new shuffleof
regard
'
SHOW BIZ mounted on skis. In addition to the softball con- the band, that the demands of "And what he murmured,, .
I I
"are doing tomorrow night?
Duke related one of his most Interesting test which was a part of a full the TV medium are such as to re- you
moments came when the sports program, VC-62 personnelhad quire the utmost in musical com The prosecuting attorney leap ,
000-pound plane landed on an other attractions to keep petence and cooperation.The ed from his chair '. "'
Armed Force: frees Service 18-inch thick sheet of ice and the them occupied-namely an abun- Naval Air Technical Train- Your: honor," he protested. "I ..

SERVICE SHOWS frozen mass sagged :5 inches under dance of food and cold drinks ing Center band will be heard locally object to that q\stion..
USO-Camp Shows is sending the weight. The men on that S M at the Chiefs' Club and I at .The judge, a tolera'nt man,
r" out still more troupes. Latest flight are still thankful the ice The more than 100 officers and the NAS Anchorage. Any inquiries shrugged Jus shoulders "Why do '..
,' plans call for two new units to was of the salt water variety and men who participated in the event for the appearance of the band you object,' he inquired mildly. .i.

tour isolated ZI bases early in consumed 70 pounds of hot dogs, can be directed to Larry Green, The prosecuting attorney drew .
August NY theatrical group Flight Maintenance 40 dozen rolls, two huge pans of of the PIO at NATTCenter. himself up in righteous indigna-
Originals Only will send Us musical baked beans and an immense con- .....- --.- : tion. "Because," he snapped, "I
Dakota" on a tour of stateside Holds Barbecue tainer of p'o tat o salad washed asked her first,"

AF bases In EUCOM, "Let's do this more often," was down with gallons of liquid refreshments MEATBALL

e __. ___ the Brit. the resounding chant of about 75 But, doctor," said the worried ....
1 lab Vic I I I personnel of Flight Maintenance Arrangements for the party 0 lra Pti.t> QIF patient, "are you sure I'll pull
: Division of Operations Depart were made by the Squadron's welfare through? I've heard of cases
rrx LewisBand '' ment following their big barbecue committee composed of Cas- where the doctor has made a
nowpeformp July 25. "\ mir A. Springer, AEM1, chair- wrong diagnosis and treated
I' The personnel consumed a 120'I man; Lt, Pat Haley, Ensign Mike someone for pneumonia who has
ing at the pound hog, well prepared and j E. Goodwin, Chiefs R B. Jolley afterward died of typhoid fever
Festlval barbecued by Emmett Gill, ADJ, and Horace Wise, James M Hite, I "Nonsense," spluttered the affronted .
ofBrit' and Quinto Christie AD2. The t AMI, N D. Pieaseau, A03, JohnA I physician, "when I treat '
i outing was held at the Cecil Durbin, AD3, James L. Doyle, t a patient, for pneumonia, he dies
aln has Field picnic grounds AD3; and Cornelious Parks, SD1, of pneumonia."'

.. been sign. i} -
ed for a H' i I She was a very efficient young
T--
R month'stour I I woman One day she saw a large
I startno -, I car rolling slowly down the
( Aug. : street without driver. Unhesitatingly '
< F a -
Monica LewU IS } I she ran to the side of
PERSONALAFRS the moving vehicle, opened the ,

has inked Metros lovely ,,.. I door, hopped in, and applied the ) '
Monica Lewis for & pair of quar x \ .. .y 1 brakes.
ter-hour shows! weekly I to be i Then she got out and looked '
beamed to hoops overseas ., for the driver. A mere man ap- ,
Tagged "Personal Album," show s peared from behind the car, and .
will consist of chatter and answering I she asked, *Is this your car?" t.
,
Servicemen's letters and K I He admitted ownership. 1 1 <
request Busy Warner Bros .1 I.1I Well," she said, "it was 'running /- -
has two more stories about the I away down the street
Korean conflict in production. I "I know it was," said the man
"This be the show I saw last it to the
Zero" will be about may sadly, 1 was pushing
Target a
night I really wasn'tMatching garage,"
woman correspondent on the Korean ,
front; 'Retreat, Hell!I" i is f
the story of the 1st Marine Di- Cop: "You're about the worst I First Miss: What's the idea of
vision's heroic withdrawal from driver I ever saw. I'm arrestingyou all the ladies in church today I
e.
the Chongjin reservoir Da- on four counts. You drove Second Miss: There's traveling .
Vis Monthan AFB supplied the through a red light. You're going salesman down there con ., .
background for much of Republic the wrong way on a one-way fessing his sins,, J
'a 'Wings Across the Pacific," 01 M+ F street. You ve been hittin' 50 or : -
story of B-29 in W. W II. better right downtown. And you Jackie was telling his mother ,
Latest weird recording stunt i Is didn't pay any attention to my about the day in school. "Today
to would-be siren for 10 blocks." the teacher asked me if I had
RCA-Victor's pairing of operatic POWER FOR NATO-To prove any aggressor
basso Elo: Pliua with Western that we mean what we say, the U S. is putting weight behind its I! The offender's wife, smiled any brothers or sisters, and" J told w
,..' vocal group Sons of HM Pioneersin words. Here, the aircraft carrier I'SS Corregitlor<< is loading F-84 sweetly, and said: "You mustn't her I was an only child. -
f. prairie-flavored 'The Little 01' Thunderjets for delivery to European nations aliened in the North mind him, officer; he's dead What did she say?
1 State of Texas." I Atlantic: Treaty Organization. i'drunk" I She said, "Thank goodness.

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9, 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Pam Five

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fixBits': ,

? s Y Guest SpeakerChoosing


The Fasron 6 education 9f. as his topic, "The Col-
ors You Are Flying," Chaplain
lice is good place for a
a
(Lt.) Robert E. Elliott, of the
school teacher and that is the
I Naval Air Technical Training Center

duty station of this week's delivered a special address as

'"I "White- Hat", Earle P Bailey, guest speaker last Sunday at the

,,. St John's Presbyterian Church.
former school teacher.
\ a |I
Chaplain Elliott,who was a pastor
,
"
| I A graduate of Lynchburg College
at Greenville, Ga., before join-
Lynchburg, Va., Bailey was
'\ ing the Navy in 1943, actually
: an elementary school teacher at LkL I I '
started three careers before en-
> ,i: Paerrisburg, Va., prior to being .L' RAJ p L. tering his chosen field of ministry.
'0 called back into active service last k ky" ia II r

June, when he was assigned to a I I I I lie obtained a B.S. degree in
Fasron 6.Bailey's. :
; chemistry at The Citadel, Charleston -
1. recruit training waa
S. C., had two years of medi-
,t r taken right here in Jacksonville in ,i I I cine and one of law at the Uni-
1844 and he served In the Navy
'
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he dis
until 1946 when, was _
r- graduate work at the University
charged and returned to college. of Wisconsin. He was also graduated -
Now the father of two, children, -" i
c from the Theology School at
is also married to school
Bailey a I
I
Emory University in Atlanta, Ga.,
teacher. His wife is also
a graduate .
with a B.D. degree.
of Lynchburg College and a I| While at Pensacola h.
serving ,
grade school instructor. FIRE INSTRUCTIONS-Cecil Field fire department members assemble for fire instructions un-
time line officer in
When released from the Navy der the supervision of Lt. John Harrison of the Jacksonville Fire Department, center. Rolling up was the at one a

after his present tour of duty, the hose in front are, left to right, Robert Mund. FN; Peter Wansiak, DCFN and William Walker, Army artillery.Elliott to the

Bailey intends to again return to SN. In the background. left to right, are Glen Sorensen, SN; William Thorp, SA; Ronald Morri- I Chaplain Air Technical came Cen-

school and complete the work on son, SN; Sylvester Leshman, SN; Clem Baker, SN; John Richardson, SN: John Kramer, FN; George Naval Training
his Master's: Degree in Education. Morton, DCI; Donald Richard, SA; Donald Augustine, FA and George Broderick, FN. About 30 ter from the Sixth TasK Fleet opera -
ting in the Mediterranean,
Cecil Field firemen are taking the course. I
j I where he served for two years. H.
Ted :Nixon, who just returned .
- -
was chaplain aboard the destroyertender
;
from a 30-day)shipping over leave, AL NAv-69 Amended Cecil FieldFiremen the USS Sierra.
,
has ,received word that his rate *

has been changed from AT3 to the two in
Dining years Europe,
'" PN3. Nixon has been working as Rule Hold Chaplain Elliott visited North Africa
Reserve
Navy Revamps .
PN his
a ever since graduationfrom Spain, Gibraltar, the French

AT school. Washington{ AFPS The Riviera Portugal and Italy.
( ) -
Two tars of happy vacationers Navy has amended AINav 69, son other' than expiration of Basic DrillsCecil In Rome he had a personal in-
departed for Boston last week
relating to separation of Re- enlistment who with the approval terview with the Pope. "I was
when Quills Le Francois, YNT3; ,of their commanding tremendously impressed with the
serve personnel, to provide that Field fire departmentcrews
Wesley Magoon, AC3; Bob Fahey, personnel of two categories will officers, voluntarily execute are undergoing a 30-hour personality of the Pope," Lt. Elliott

AN; George Dudley, SN; Pete be separated on the date they service record requests to remain basic fire training course under declares, "It was a thrill for ,

Farrell, AM3; Chuck Brashear" complete 12 months of active on active duty for a. I the supervision of Lt. John M. me, a Protestant minister, to have ,

AN; Harry De Fusco, SKSN and duty since June 25: 1950. specified period of time, or, Harrison of Jacksonville fire a personal talk with the head of "

1 ." Patrick Olivier, AK3, signed out Affected bythe revision are If at Ilea, until their ship re- department and vice-president of the Roman Catholic Church."

';" ., for two weeks leave per person. those who entered on active turns to the continental U. S. the 4th District, Florida State. Chaplain Elliott spoke to students
their
back from much
Coming duty between July 8 and 20, may continue on active dutypro'ldeod Fireman's Association. of the University of Smyrna

,- enjoyed travels recently have been 1950, regardless of their obli- they have ,sufficient\ Upon completion of the course, in Turkey. He reported that
Terrell Chambers, AM2; Harold
gated active duty period or veteran obligated sen'lre.Personnel trainees will receive diplomasand students there were very much'interested -
Kine, AN; George Fedor, AN; ,
status and without sufficient in the American college
: certificates from the Florida ,
mss Chuck Craven. AN; John McMan-
Those who volunteered for service must re-enlist campus
'. an obligated State Fire College.
AM3 John AMC
aman, ; Conley, ,
and Ewell Horning AEC. .obligated period of 6 months as voluntarily extend their en- The 30-hour course will be r rDATELINE

evidenced by signed entry in listments in the Naval ReserveIn given in three hour classes every '
Stan E. Giube,, ADL was still their service records, or whose accordance with BuPers Cir- Tuesday and Wednesday for 10 :

at the separation center at last orders to active duty containeda cular Letter 84-51. In such weeks, and will consist of instruction
report: and chafing mightily at the statement ob- the individual will be
indicating an cases re- on the use of ladders, i
delay in getting discharged. Stan ligated period of active duty tained on active duty for an additional various fire techniques and proper KOREABy

has been particularly anxious to of at least six months.Uesen'e minimum of one year maintenance of equipment.
get home since receiving word enlisted unless
personnel granted earlier releaseby Thirty members of the Cecil Armed Forces rr*"s ServiceS
that he has become the father of
for the
a baby daughter, second one in a eligible reparation by rea- Navy. Field fire department are enroll i x sleepy eyed infantrymen
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tow for the Grubes. ed in the course."Dispensary". crouched in a Korean rice paddy.An .

,- enemy shell landed nearby,
I Weather Outlook I l
1200 Patrol spraying them with mud and rice.
Early Man Osculated Is "
"We're In a tough spot here,
Although some showers are expected growled one of the men. '...,
For Salt Not Sugar
for the week-end, the Members, I In I Now "Infirmary"The "Brother," said a mudspatteredvet

Toronto (AFPS) Kissing, I weatherman has forecast a fair- who was twice married and
Medical of the
activity
believe it or not and phychla- twice divorced, "you're always ina
ly decent week-end.. Naval Air Station is nodes
-
tilsts to the contrary, started Station TourAbout tight spot when they start
over a desire for salt. Friday-Partly cloudy, gentle ignated as the "Infirmary" instead showerin you with rice."

Douglas Walker, chemist for southerly winds, maximum 'tem. 200 patrol members of formerly of "Dispensary.known. This as is in it .

Canadian Industries Ltd., le- perature in mid 90's.SaturdayPartly the Jacksonville School Boy accordance was with BuMed Circu- A private who had just landed ",

.. cently gave the history of the cloudy. Gen- Patrol, arrived at NAS Monday lar Letter 50-139, of Decem- in Korea was placed on guard 1"
kiss. The cave man, he explained morning to spend: a brief vaca- duty. Posted on the early morn- ,
tle southwesterly winds,, maxi- ber 14, 1950.
._ found that salt cooled tion period doing things "the ing relief, he did his best, but '"

,. ,' him in the summer. He found mum temperature in low 90's. Navy way." in the end went to sleep on his ;'

that it could be obtained by possible thundershowers in the The School Boy Patrol will :

licking his neighbor's cheek. afternoon., remain at the station until aft- feet.He was awakened by a slight '

The process became more interesting Sunday-Mostly clear. Showers er the final "policing" of the noise. Timidly raising one eye

'.. when his neighbor camping area Saturday. Six he saw an officer standing be-
in the afternoon. Warm with fathers accompanied the boys,
.i was a member of the opposite fore him. Suddenly he'remem.
1. tex. Salt was soon forgotten. southwesterly winds. who were in direct charge of bered all the penalties for sleep'
Jax Police Sergeant T. A. Par- ing on post.


Johnny Here I ker.The patrol was- billeted in aa bowed The young head slowly.soldier He raised looked'I his I

Long Plays distance
barracks within walking ,
piously into the eky and reverently :,:
of the ball diamond, mess murmured "Amen." !
-i
hall and other essential facili- *

ties in the program. The Patrol- The two Marines I wanted to

For 3 Dances Next Week brought its own athletic equip- take a bath. They were tired of '!j

ment and bedding, otherwisethe washing, out of a helmet. Only ,"

youngsters found everything where could you find a bathtub 0 'u

Johnny) Long, young America's proVided.for.. in Korea? =
favorite band leader, will bring Featured with the orchestra are Navy buses brought the boys Cpl. Fred Sefick, of Irvington,
Barrett and Jimmy
vocalists Peggy from Park picking '
,J his orchestra to the Naval Air Sedler the drum-nastics Hemming N J., and Cpl. Gerald Reed, of
Station next week for a three- plus them up at 0830 Monday. En-
of Sullivan. The Long Birnsdale, Pa., were about to give
Floyd
tertainment features of their
night stand starting Monday, Au-
gust 13.Johnny. Shots and Long Glee Club will brief stay at NAS included up when they chanced upon an
also be on hand.A unexploded napalm bomb. ;
softball movies anda
f swimming, ,
the only am 0 u s"Backward" After they disarmed the fir
violin1st childhood accident has turn- tour of the station.
southpaw -
", or /or ed out to be lucky for Long. He bombwhich is an aircraft belly ,,
his band will play a
and Monday couldn't use his right hand whenhe a tank filled with jellied gasoline--
dance'at NATTCenter on got the violin and so Johnny they sawed it horizontally in half ;
August 13, a crew's dance at AnybodyVanl "i
began playing left-handed. Since and scrubbed it clean.

day Mainside, August Auditorium 14 and an on officer's Tues- I southpaw fiddlers are a definite A fj;g'I.' '!110 II St>? Result: The men had a bathtub .
"b" rarity in the musical trade, it more adequate than any helmet -
Wednesday
dance at the Club on .
)
I August 15. Dancing will sort of stamped him for easy rec-, Xf'York (AFPS) Anyone Y.ii ,

at 2000 each evening. (ognition and was the first peg on who has need for one can get one '

commence- which his press agents hung their and it's right smack-dab" Chaplain William D, Kirk-

,,' I stories. the middle of New York. The : Patrick, of Ennto! Tex, parked
; The band is a show in itself. whole thing is 40 feet high and a -j his jeep outside of a Korean

,,'. i. The members are young, clean- 14'4 feet around. What Is it? house to pay a visit. Sneak

j't cut, and brimming with person- Why, a lighthouse, of course thieves swiped three tires while
' Y ality and talent. Johnny is fam- he was inside. The following
,4' In New York's Fort Washington x
ous for ensemble-type vocals like Sunday the Chaplain gave a sr-
:",; his classic "Shantytown," as wellas Park on the shores of the mori at the same village\
Hudson River, the Coast Guard
Skies his "Just :
I "Blue own He emphasized the Eighth
Like That," and dozens more. built a lighthouse to guide river Commandant "Thou Shalt Not ,4

< During the war, Johnny enter- traffic. That was back in 1889. Steal." Casually he mentioned
Then, in 1921, they built a shiny a
tained at many camps, bases and the theft of the tires. "'
.a k df P beacon to replace the aging
hospitals. Highlight, he was new
". ., says That night Chaplain Kirkpat- i
when he was asked to play thePresident's 1 lighthouse. r rick of Koreans
:, received a group -
If buy the old one- -andit's '
Birthday Ball in you AfPd rolling the stolen tires before -
Washington in 1941. That's a up for sale--you have to ad- "
them. "Sorry, Chaplain,
here to the conditions set forth: y;
thrill he'll never forget. Nor will
said "we didn't know it
and its At !Miami Beach they ,
he ever forget his many fans, Remove the lighthous LIMBS "
leave the ground level where outnumber men was your jeep
N who are so loyal and helpful. foundation, women .
"Love 'em," "he says. They've and clear away the debris.' four and five to one, pretty ''i

helped make the Johnny Long By the way, they're tossing In Shirley McFrea is out on a The man in the moon wasn'tas

orchestra record best-sellers allover the wrought iron picket fence limb. Such beautiful limbs to interesting as the girl in the

Johnny Long ( : the country. that surrounds the structure. be out on! sun.August .
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Island Captures !


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6th ND Diomond Title ,



Parris Island's hard-hitting nine captured the Sixth Naval :

District baseball tournament championship, played here V it
.
loss.In last.week at NAS, moving through the opposition without a ): t ,1 4I

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sweeping through all opposition .
in the tournament, the Islanders from the tournament after losinga *
downed Charleston Navy twin bill.Parris Inland. swamped the 1% ;$ttJ J I I IP
Base and Whiting Field to annex
the coveted crown. They took a Bluejackets in the opener. 12-3! .
pair from Whiting Field winningthe and Whiting Field came back to ,
first one 3-0 and coppingthe oust them from further play, "
second 71. Charleston Navy 7-3. J>
Base dropped a 12-3 decision to Dick Tomanek was on the P

the Islanders giving Parris Island mound for the Marines and had ,.,: !
the crown. a no-hitter going into the seventh R
Parris Island opened the tour frame when successive doublesby ;
nament Wednesday by beating Davenport and Keith pro- fi
Whiting Field, 3-0. in a game duced a pair of runs for Charles
marked by miscues on the part ton. The ninth found the Carolinians -
ef Whiting Field. tallying their final run on
The Marines broke into the a,. pair of walks and a double. -
column in the second The Islanders 'garnered.three SOFTBALL AWARDS-Individual and team trophies for NAS intra-mural Softball league play
frame scoring pushing a single tally runs in the third, two more in were awarded in ceremony last Friday. Left to right are Stan Ferro, who accepted trophy in behalf
walk fielders choice the fourth and concluded their of Fasron Six, American: League champs; Yelgil Placid i, who accepted trophy for National loop
across and a on a of hits. Pitcher Holder scoring in the eighth with a five runner-up O & R; Edward Kristy league batting champion, from O &: R, and Ben Kissee who received

held the pair Marines hitless until the run outburst on six hits, and a trophy on behalf of the league champion Naval Hospital combine and also one as best hurler -

sixth inning when the Islanders pair of miscues. for the season.

combined two walks, stolen base, Tomanek allowed three hits in
a sacrifice, a hit and a two run racking up the win. Redmond
took the loss for Charleston, but Jax Pistol Home
error to give them the ball game. men Bring GOLF GOSSIP
Whiting Field collected but nine errors on the part of his '.
four singles off hurler Adair. teammates contributed heavily I

Holder worked. for Whiting and to his loss.... A La FemmeTen
took the loss, giving up five hits: : -Whiting-- urns une Sixth Naval District Title

Charleston Goes first Whiting Field threw the monkey confident low handicappers

Friday the tournament con- wrench in Charleston's bid journeyed to Cecil Field last Fri .
tinued at the Jacksonville ball for the title by handing them a Jax Navy's crackerjack pistol team added to its already long day for a low net match with the

park due to wet grounds at 7-3 set back. Charleston opened list of laurels by walking off with the Sixth Naval District pistol Ladies' Group there. They reporta
Mason Field and it was there the: scoring with a single run in thoroughly enjoyable day but
championships, held last week-end at Pensacola Fla.
that Charleston was eliminated the fourth and netted anotherrun found that those low handicapscan
in the sixth.' The squad did not compete for prove disastrous. Cecil ladies __
The Bluejackets final tally Individual honors for places on the ris Island, 8908, and Cecil Field took most of the honors. .
in the seventh when District team with 6,631. '
came they Sixth Naval pistol With
WarmingThe this paragraph the Ladies '
combined a single, an error and so as to prevent the splitting up John Lucas of Jax Navy toppedall Golf Group of NAS ,dons sack-
fielder's choice to push a run of the team on the eve of the shooters with an aggregate of
cloth and
ashes for the loss of ourfavorite
Bench across. Southeastern Regional meet to be 2,421. Robert Stringer was a close booster. .
Comdr. Bedell
Whiting Field did all its scoring held at Jax, Aug. 171819. second with 2,398, and Jim Brog- to seek fairer and .
fairways
in two big innings. The Flo- den came in third with 2,385. Al- goes s \* "
By Armel Forces Press Service Eye Regional northward. We '
greener
ridians scored four big in len Jones to add to greens ,
runs through
After the meet however came
over -
was ,
Three underdog upstarts have wager he will be longing for our
,
the fourth inning and got their it found that four of the clean sweep with 2,321, James
turned the boxing world topsy- was favorite golf course when the-
final three runs of the game in total entries had Carney registered 2,281 and Melvin -
turvy. Randy Turpin and 37yearold the qualifyingscores snow begins to fly. We are even
Jersey Joe Walcott defied the sixth inning. and would have garnered Bell rounded out the aggregation willing to bet that he would put
Pilarski toed the rubber and
odds to snatch four of the district's six-man with 2,237.
mighty champion- up with female divot diggers for
went all the way to take the win The four will The Sixth Naval District teamas
ship matches Rocky Marciano up- berths. representJax the opportunity of playing at
for Whiting Field. Williams .
set Rex Layne to confuse the Navy in the Southeastern Regional a result: of the shoot, will be NAS. :
heavyweight picture further I started for Charleston and gave meet to be held at Jax. composed of the following shooters appr.iate
Seriously( we all of
I way to Mortara in the sixth.
Ray Robinson and Ezzard Baker took batting honors for Jax Navy led the field at Pen- : Lt. Schmelg 2,487, from the many things .be Ma done for
Charles will get a Septembercrack the day, collecting three hits for sacola last weekend by over 200 Charleston, Chief Kloph 2,432, our group. We realize that our
at lost titles and prestige in Whiting Field. points in the shoot. The locals Memphis; Cmdr. Hedburn, 2.355' success as an organization la due

New York.St Too Many Guns I walked off with first place' hdn- Pensacola; Chief Hendrix, 2,343, to the fact that answered, all ,
arcia-: Saturday found Parris Island ors with 9,525 points. Behind Jax Pensacola; M/Sgt. Snyder, 2,311, those unanswerable. fcniale questions t!.-
no may be and Whiting Field battling for Navy came Pensacola with 9,294, Parris Island, and Chief Young, championed ,our cause and
matchedwith the crown in the finals at Mason followed by Memphis, 9260; Par- 2,303, :Memphis. served so well as our councillor:

Joe Field under threatening clouds and guide. Aloha, Comdr., and
Louis, the and weather uncertainties. Arco our best wishes for many eigh-
winner t o Whiting drew first blood, pushing Diamondmen Lose to ; teens at par.
meet the
a run home in the third inn- Golf Tips: The proof of the
winneroft ing. A walk by Bedolla, sacrificeby Close Season Next WeekIn putting is in the cup.Thecdre.
h
e
Pobst and
a long single by .
CharlesWalcott- Baker accounted for the lone run their first diamond action since the Southern Area Navy
for Whiting Field
'x bout. Not Parris Island came back to eliminations, Jax Navy's Fliers bowed to Arco Club of Brunswick, Ga., tr ,

since MaxS knot the score the same inningon 4-2, in a night tilt last Friday on the latter's diamond. *
eh: m e ling /
a walk, stolen base and
)f a The Fliers close out their regular -
apes KO d single by Varner. Two hits a 1951 season Saturday with a the injured list, having torn liga- Guide '
Louis in stolen base and an error gave the return match with Arco at Mason ments and a blood clot in his left A :
1936 nas Marines a pair of runs in the Field. The tilt Is slated to get wrist. Jewel Faustyn will be out .
Joe Ualoott has the fourth.In at 1530. of the line-up due to injuries. MA1NSIDK .
underway
boxing picture been so upset. Fans the fifth, Parris Island added Don Manning and Bob Becker, Thursday. August 9
and promoters alike can rub their another tally on a walk, stolen Next Thursday the Fliers will stalwarts of the Fliers for the past "In Old Amarillo".Roy Rogers
hands expectantly-boxing's quick base and a single. The victors travel to Waycross, Ga. to engage three have received their or- 1'rklay, August 10
years
upsurge has located the nub of combined two errors, a walk and the Atlantic Coast Line Red Sox ders and are no longer with the "Whistle At EatonFalls" .

recent troubles better fighters a pair of hits to increase their in a benefit game for the Shrinersof team. .............._...Lloyd BridgesSaturday
make better fights. lead by two more runs. The last Waycross. The locals beat the Big Willie Wilson will take over August 11
National Leaguer Ralph Kiner insurance run came in the eighth Red Sox in a similar benefit goat the first base position and Chat- 'My Man

and Gil Hodges hare hogged the fram.J on a pair of singles anda the Beach earlier in the season terton will fill the spikes of Faus- Godfrey" _......William Powell
stolen base. The game will be played under the SundAY, August 12
home run headlines this year and tyn behind the plate. Minehan
in past seasons, for they pose Dick Adair was in complete arcs at 2000 on the Waycross diamond will move over in the center field 'Here Comes The

threats to Babe Ruth's 60-homer mastery for the entire game, giving slot to fill the position vacated by Groom _...............Bmg Crosby
season high. But the leastpublicized up but two hits in annexingth Suffer InjuriesThe Manning, while Lahan can be Monday, August IS ,1
member of the Boston Red crown. Holder toiled for Fliers will be definitely undermanned counted on to work on the mound Hurricane Island" ..??..Jon Hall w
Sox outfield, Clyde Vollmer, re- Whiting Field and took the lossas due to loss of fout: with Righter. Tu *. and Wed., Aug. 11-15
cently has shared the homerc he allowed seven ;afeties. regulars. Sandy Saunders is on Regardless of }how the final two "A Place In The

outing spotlight He had games of the season turn out, the Sun" ...............Elizabeth Taylor

clinched six of seven games with .-- Fliers cannot drop below the .500 NATTCENTER

A Chicago and the Yankees with r------ mark, having won 26 games while Thursday August 9 '
; game-winning blasts. A week dropping 20. "Thunder On TheJIm"

r; later his big bat humbled Cleveland Friday the Fliers were set ......_.......Claudette Colbert
: one night and nearly licked down 4-2, as the locals could
10
f'; Earl Wynn and the Indians with muster but two singles off the Friday, August
"My ManGodtrey"
:"
two round-trippers in eleven innings offerings of hurler Allen. J
........?.William Powell '.
'. the next Get Two Hits
''. Home runs have changed the The Fliers opened the scoringof "Whistle Saturday At Eaton August 11
base running habits of the majors the game In the second Inning,
Falls" .........Lloyd Bridges
r. From 1900 to 192::;, 2,803 bases r pushing one run across on an error Sunday, August%
tior.. were pilfered in both leagues. In stolen base, passed ball a .'
"The Dakota Kid .JUtchate Chapin,
the next quarter century: only walk and an error by the first \
3fon. and Tu<*., Aug. 13-14 f
1,562 stolen bags were scored. baseman. The locals garnered an- "Here Comes The *"

:f Several sluggers in both leagues other run in the fourth on a. pairof Groom" ....",......_...Bing Crosby
have failed to steal base in errors and a wild pitch.
a two r _..
"Hurricane Island" Jon Hall k
back' witha
recent The Georgians came
years in seasons. .
single tally in the fourth on I ,.'' .

I' : z a triple and a fielder's choice. A ,
pair of singles and long triple net- Traffic ;
ted the hosts their final three
runs in the sixth inning. Violations .' '
prff7 Coughlin and :Minehan were the ..

only Fliers. to register in the hit Listed below are the traffic violations
ii column, each of them poundingbut committed aboard this sta-
i a single. Shortstop Jones tion for the period July 26 U>
& CLIMAX OF TOURNEY-Frank McCaffrey Jax Navy Fliers drilled out a pair of three-baggers' August 2:
coach, presents the Sixth Naval District baseball championship to pace the winners. Multiple Offenses: L. D. Stew
-f ti trophy to Parris Island's mentor Capt. Jim Stevens following the Righter worked 'On the mound art AE3.
II' final tourney game. Three hurlers who pitched the Islanders to for the Fliers and was charged Speeding: P. B. Denzinger, YKS2. .

the title witness the ceremony. They are left to light,Dick Adair, with the loss!, giving up eight hits. .
.
Dick Tomanek and Gene Christensen. NAS Jax was.host to the Allen Bossed a two-hitter to take Miscellaneous Offenses: E. W.
o.r. tourney played here last week. the win for Arco. Farrell, CSSN.Porris .
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_Bedell Handicap The Forgotten Third Basemen I Jox Novy Grid Prnclice


y Honors Departing You can make it tough for (tennis) in 1937-38 and Byron

some, but you can't stump Nelson (golf), 1944-45.

everybody! Last week's Jax Eyeryone has heard of that Gels Underway 15
Aug.
Executive Officer Air News quiz, we'll admit, famous double-play combinawas -

. in tion Tinkers to
a toughie some ways, Evers to

i.. Linksmen competed for many but still not tough enough to Chance which 'cavorted for Football comes to the forefront next week at NAS, with

honors in several divisions in the Ian stop Monroe C. Dorsey, civilthe Chicago Nationals in the hundreds of candidates for the 1951 Jax Navy football eleven
station policeman. early 1900 s. The third base-
.. special Bedell Handicap Tournament expected to answer the first call for practice Wednesday at
held last Saturday at the Dorsey has now become a man of that infield, is hardlyman

local course, in honor of Comdr. of distinction. He was the ever'mentioned. Our question, 1615 at Mason Field..

Porter F. Bedell, NAS executive only one to provide the corthus is: Head Coach Lcdr. Harry Knick-
officer, who is being transferred reel answer to last week's "Who was the third base- elbine is issuing a call to all handsof The squad will hold daily ses-

,. from the station this week. question, and was also the man in the infield that had, all units based at NAS to heed sions beginning August 15. Practice -

Bill. Baker captured highest lone man to answer a toughie Tinkers, Evers and Chance the calL There are very few re- will begin at 1615 :Monday .

honors for the day for low gross back in June. lIe has answerat short, second and first reed turning lettermen, leaving the through Friday, while" Saturday

with .a tally of 72. Baker also two of the toughest quiz- spectively?" field wide open for all candidates. sessions will be held in the morn
shared the limelight for low net zers this column has produced. The first correct answer gets Faced with even a tougher ing and drills on Sunday will beheld

with Dr. Clayton and Capt. :McClure Both took quite a bit of retwo free tickets to the Jax schedule than last year's, which in hte afternoon.

t1. with a score of 67. search-but Dorsey just knows Tars home games, while the was considered one of the tough- Head Coach Knickelbine is still

John Adams, with an 8footeron his sports, period! second winner wins a full est in many years, the Fliers will in the process of building his
No. 16 claimed nearest the pin The correct answer to last course 'meal at the civilianweek's be out to better last ;year's two- coaching start. At present he has

competition. Craig McKee was a query, "What two men cafeteria. won six-lost record. as his assistant Major Griffin of
close second with a 10-footer. were named Male Athlete of Remember, no answers will "The prospects look ra ther good, NARTU, and is expected to add a
the Year two years in succes- be accepted prior to 0900 Fri- as of now," declares Coach Knick- few more within the next few
Longest drive for the day on
sion-was Donald Budge day.
elbine. "Naturally we have more days.
No. 17 was won by Gordon Lee
talent to choose and will
with a'290-yard blow. Steve Jon- from we The Fliers will play all but one
da with 275-yard certainly hope to better the 1950 of their home here at NAS
was a games
runner-up Lcdr. Knickelbine To Coach 1951 record.' I want all hands at NAS,
smash. on a new gridiron being readied
regardless of what unit they be-
near the parade grounds. When
_ '..,. Porter Bedell sank a 35-footer long to, to turn out for the squad completed the new stadium will
Jax Navy Fliers Grid AggregationLcdr. If possible. We want a good, seat about 4,000.
on No. 18 to win the longest puttof tough team to represent the Navy
the day. Les Platt holed one Opt'n1t11 Stetson .
Harry Knickelbine, for- in Jacksonville, he added.
20 feet out, to take second place mer standout for the University 'Bases, SixthN Y81 District. The Fliers will need all the

- honors. of Wisconsin, and one-time Jax With one already added to his practice they can muster before

:.... : In first division. Class A play, Navy player will guide the des- staff, and more expected to Join Sport ShortsA their season's opener here with

John Adams and Al Harmon tied Stetson 29. The Fliers will
tinies of the 1951 Jax Navy Fliers' .. Sept.
recent match in Francewas
for top laurels in most pars with grid machine, it was an- soccer be out for revenge in their opener -
12 each. Bill Baker recorded the nounced this week. thrown into an uproar when Stetson having humbled them
the referee tossed the coin in the
most birdies, with six, to wrap The PT-Welfare officer is in 55-0 last year. Coach ({nIckelblne's -
air and it fell into the gaping
honors in the birdie depart-
face another local
charges
up
the of building his staff,
process mouth of one of the team's
Baker also scored winnerin cap-
ment. a and at present has as his assist- tains. colleeg eleven, Florida State University -
the first low net with 67. Al
ant Griffin. here on November 3. The
Major
Harmon and Billy Chase scored remainder of the 1951 schedule In-
: Griffin is thoroughly fa- The record book shows an ath-
70 to chare honors in the second Major s cludes tough sectional service ri-
miliar with the football picture, lete named Jim Poole who played -
low neclaM1, .
vals. Here is the full 1951 sched- ,
having tarred three letters as a minor league baseball from
first low net winnerwas ule:
Mis- 1912 to 1946-35 of active
Dr.! Clayton with 67. Second center for the University: of ball. years Sept. 29............... ..Slfon, hereOct.
low net winner was Gordon Lee. sissippi during the three years he pro 6 .........Patrick A KB, there

.' ".. Dr. Clayton scored 10 pars to sew was there. He played in and the J .ti.y 1; Two Missouri hunters, strangers Oct. 13 _..__Eglin Field, there
Bowl in 1941
up laurels in the par play. Capt. Orange January, at to each other, fired simultan- Oct. 20............Fan-la Island, here .
of service ball
Earley registered 11 sixes to claim Corpus played a Christ year eously at the same deer. On ex- Oct. 27......raiment River, there- -:

top honors. amination they found they had Nov. 3Florida State, here
e hit him in the They Nov. 10............Ft Jackson! here
same spot.
Capt. McClure scored a 67 in Head Coach at Gainesville High :J, \. divided the deer between them. Nov. 17........Norfolk NAS, there
taking first place in Class C first school, Griffin later became as- :Nov. 24..Icnsaoala Navy, here

low net. Capt. Dittmar, with 69, sistant coach at NAS Jax in 1947- Lcdr. Knickelbinehim The late Eddie Collins had the

was the winner of second low 48-49. in a week, the new mentor is best record of any scout in the 1936 season, while with the
net. Capt. Hawkins and Comdr. Lcdr. Knickelbine is an old handat Browns, he made 8.
looking forward to a successful business. He looked over and *
the station activities
Morgan tied for most fives with sports his judgment only two
at on
NAS.
gridiron season He suc- gave
himself been the Fliers'roster of Indians
Atkinson scored having on Harry Simpson the
nine each. A. E. ,
1 Don Jacka for the Red Sox-Ted
ceeds Lcdr who left players
r' seven sevens to win the compe- in 1946-47 and acting as pilot Williams and Bobby Doerr. had nine putouts in right field '
time for
tition in the Class C play of the wartime NATTC base- the station some ago an during the first game of the twin-
ball and_.basketball squads. assignment on the West Coast. bill with the Senators July 15,
.' Yank Gage scored a 74 to win Virginia :Military Institute'sfootball
.
Lcdr. Knickelbine entered the just one short of the modern ma-
Class D first low net. John Fidel mascot is a kangaroo.
A In 1941 and since then has Moses jor league record for the
:., won second low net with a 74 Navy Bobby Doerr Joined Wally position.
added to his already lengthy list and Joe DiMajaJq.in. the list Wilford White of Arizona State
also.Yank of athletic achievements. His of active players Wo have hit who led the nation in rushing last Howie Pollet, Pittsburgh left
Cow-
Charles
Gage and versatile assets shown in his hander received credit for the
,
were 2,000 or more times safely. Only is
with 7.55
yards try,
snared honors in the most season per
art ability as alternating at guard, 89 men have turned the trick. amateur magician ventrilo- 100th victory of his career when ,
sixes play with 'eight. Bob Mix quarterback and halfback on the Doerr's 2,000th bingle was made an of the the Pirates defeated the Dodgers '
and toots
quist one mean-
concluded the day's play by cop- University of Wisconsin's 19383940 off Ed Lopat in Bobby's 13th yearin est harmonicas in the West. 4-3. July 17 Pollet wasn't aroundat d
ping the most eights in the ClassD football combines. the big time. the finish, having gone out for '

golfers, snaring four. Prior to taking over the reinsas Sunny Jim Bottomley, one ofbaseball's a pinch hitter i in the eighth. ,
Prizes awarded to all *
were Physical Training head, Lcdr. "
Warren Spahn of the Braves, all-time great first ,
,
winners at special The White Sox recalled catcher ;
event a supper Knickelbine was Operations offi- -
in defeating the Reds, 3-0 June basemen, made 7 unassisted dou- ..:
following the tourney play. cer of Commander, Naval Air Sam Hariston from Sacramento
while
16, hurled his eighteenth shutoutof ble plays in the 1924 season
-- (Pacific Coast) when X-rays :.,,
his career. with the Cardinals and in the

...1.. So You Think You Know Baseball :, hos revealed had suffered that catcher a broken Gus wrist.A Niar-. "


little boy asked his mother
ever, the Senators manager de- Ii,
where he came from, and after
cides he should use Gene Verble. : several attempts to satisfy his ....
.
1r The rookie gets to bat before
up curiosity, she turned him over to
, the umpire is notified of the his father, and after repeated efforts '.

change and promptly slashes a tRlz syr to dodge the issue, by tell-
line double into center field. ing him all about the flowers and

The Browns'! manager comes bees, he let the bars down and ,
out of his dugout on the run, H told him everything. To which

) claiming that Verble is an improper S the little 'fellow replied he just "I

, .i' / batter inasmuch as his x it wanted to know, 'cause the boy .,
name does not in the line- ,
appear ci next door cme.fro Buffalo. .
" ,' r. up. The Browns contend that the M *

". Ii -/ proper batter should be declaredout Santa Claus is the only man \
and Verble taken off base. If who ';
: t t can run around all night
: l$" you were officiating how would with a bag and not get talked
you rule? about.
" .
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...d" r:- Let Verble remain on second, Tars Clash With M
and the game continue with no

.1"'i'.. one out. Failure to Inform the s
,, Peaches
:
.? ;' By HARRY SIMMONS umpire of the substitution is going --- Grays .

r ',J Once in a great while a manager to cost the Senators' manager Manager Ben Geraghty's Jack- '.
"I after handing his line-up $25 (Section 3.08)), but an unannounced sonville Tars clash with the Ma- ;

'.. card to the umpire, will decide to substitution U not other- S' con Peaches tonight at the Myr- '?,
.' make a substitution in the lineup wise punKhftfcle. (See Section :3.10 tie Avenue ball park at 2000 in M

'" J before play begins. Except for 02, "If, through oversight, no announcement the finale of a three-game set.

pitchers, this is permitted. Wherea of a substitution U I Friday night the leagueleading $
substitution is made without made, the mib Ut ,te shall be considered Montgomery Grays move into ;

proper notice to the umpire, how- as having entered the LINKS TOURNEY SCENE "This is the pay-off ball," is town for a three-game set with

ever, it can become an expensive game when if a batter betakes what Comdr. Porter F. Bedell, left, seems to be saying to Chap- the Tars. Single games are slated

proposition. Here, in a hypothetical << his, place, hi, the. batter" ..lain Charles Dittmar after the former holed a 35-foot putt on her for Friday Saturday and Sun-
setting, la one such instance: box.") "" ".. '_*. } 1M green. The other two in the foursome are Robbie Robinson dav. Sunday's fray starts at 1430.
:Ed Y.*t is' Hated, aa lead-off rY (Rt'fi f "I ,MId Paul George. This foursome is one of many who competed in The Tars go on the road for 10

mart In a gam 'between Washing* Beitell Handicap golf tourney last Saturday held in honor days before returning for the

ton and St hours at Spor man" r ',Oemdr Bedel, NAS executive. officer, who is being transferred season's final home -staff rq "rti I
.
.. ... Park,'Al .thx?, last minute,: how 1 ,t te 'station. August: 20.

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Eight JAX AIR NEWS August 9, 1951

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*CLASSIFIED:: Military; Pay System Board '



BULLETIN Seeks 7\ 5"lp1iIe"loll; / SUPPLY> I f'I V

(Items offering: for sale articlesof

property such as washing machines
automobiles, furniture, radios Washington (AFPS) -- Five tlon.

clothing and the like is pro- proposals to simplify the pay 3. That each soldier get a GATHERING STORM The

hibited by Defense Department of soldiers, particularly in com- copy of his military pay record wind, which stirred the Some-

regulations. This column will, bat areas, and to reduce pay a month after each semi. thing a few weeks back, began .,
however, list such services as errors are now being studied by annual closing of these records. blowing a little stronger this '

Available housing:, rides wanted, the Military Pay System Board week: the committee met to plan

lost and found articles, and other after the proposals were sub 4. The military pay record and produce the coming Supply I
similar notices). mitted to the Chief of Financeby Itself be revised to make each Ball. r, i:
the six-man committee month's Si
ap- computations com
FOR KENT Choosing Friday September 7
in March. plete in themselves instead of
trnfurn. 5 rm. house in Ortega. pointed as the date least likely to con-
The six: man board recommended having only a .yearly
2920 Harvard Ave. Mrs. Dow. > flict with football schedules, the .

4 rm. furn. apt., 1602 Pine Grove : round-up. committee members( Oretha and .
5. The military order be .j
Ave. Mrs. J, J. Deloney, Ph. 2- pay Kenny Wilkins, John Colvin,
1. Central disbursing offices revised to reduce the amount of tt
1356. Betty Lotz, Ken McDuffiie, and :
be established at the of written entries
rear .
required.
.
Efficiency apt,, 1 rm. and bath, Harry Hardwick) once again
each combat Army to relieve The committee also suggested '
1 -
furn. $50 4349 Irvlngton dance hall, the
mo.
per division of this job and to improve as a result of its conferences Mayflower
Ave. :l.Irt. Holloway, Ph. 22219. Roof Garden as the
Sing, and doub. rms. reas., 1447 payment procedure. that a research and development most central spot (and the cool
offices be setup board
2. Clearing be establishedat
Avondale Ave. Mrs. Lee Schultz, est!)
in each overseas area and the Army Finance Centerto A. "
Ph. 25930.: J
in the United State to insure maintain constant
a study
Tickets already in the handsof
3 rms. pvt. bath, furn., 418 Lib. are
that lost record design of finance !
erty St. :Mrs. Stradman, Ph. 4- pay and equip the printer, and as soon as
reach their destina- ment and methods. .
proper available !
5676. they are probablynext NEW UN MEDAL Front
Single rm., kitchen priv, 3642 1 week-will go on sale at view of the new UN medal,

Ernest St. Mrs. Neal, Ph. 2-8126 1'rO.'erseas Js Made convenient points throughout the which was established for per-
Department. Following 1 a s 1 t
after S P.M. sonnel serving with the Arm

Furn. 4 rms. and bath, garage apt. NAVY WIVES Easier; Titan InV II year's popular price, admissionfor ed Forces in Korea. Regulations -

$50 per mo. Mrs. Mueller, Ph stag or couple will be $1.50, governing eligibility for
29779. Think you might be going including State and Federal tax the award are now under con

3 rm. furn. apt. 5123 Sunderland CORNERSaturday overseas 1You''e es. "Couple," as defined by the sideration. On the rear of the
probably heard about .
Rd, Lakeshore. O. W. Smith. committee, means "two" not medal will be the inscription:
August 3rd will the trip across from W. W II Adam and Eve.
Furn." 3 rm. cottage opp. NAS, necessarily "For Service in Defense of the i'
$37 per mo. Contact Schulz, 703 long be remembered by the tyavy vets, or remember what it was Name of the orchestra selected, Principles of the Charter of the ..
like, Hours of in line
Wives Club, with the girls and waiting .
Plainfield Ave., Orange Park. door and special feature prizes, United Nations.
five-decker bunks aboard
4 rm. and 6 rm. unfurn. apts., 627 their husbands enjoying an evening ship, will be announced in a later is
Edison Ave. :Miss Herring Ph of fun and dance at the a single sheet of canvas for a sue. BYOL will apply but
,
bed, and hot, close Personnel
43248. American Legion Post 88. quarters.There's it'll also be" on hand if you'd Eyeing

2 rm. furn. apt. Mrs. S. D. Groves, Plans for the next social meet been a change a rather buy it there. Tables will
Ph. 2-4275. ing will be made on August 15, big change After )'ou'bt"t"n be abundant and available on
business meet ]>roc-ei sed> in the staging area NROTC ProgramTo
the next regular
Furn. rm., twin beds, pvt. bath, first come, first served basis. And
4660 Astral St. Mrs. H. K. Boll ing. All members are urged to jour schedule functions a. one. other thing: the cotillion will

ezzi, Ph. 24931. attend and to bring a guest. Remember smoothly and quickly as the begin at 9 and adjourn (at leastto Take ExamsA
the membership drive! mechanism of an M-l rifle. other,points) at 1.

FOR SALE The Not-New-Shop reports the By following a well plannedand BRIEF BITS. A chat with Mike .1))

2 bedrm. furn. house in Murray arrival of new merchandise. Eve- coordinated time arrange Cascone of the Station Employees Navy-wide examinationfor

Hill, 1257 Plymouth Place. AlanH. rybody is invited to stop and ment the hours of waiting at Service, revealed that the annual entrance into the NavalReserve "

Barlow, Ph. 8-3896. shop every Tuesday from 1000- I the dock have been eliminated. award of service pins is tentatively Officer Training
Will sell equity in two bedrm. 1600. The store is located at the From the staging area you travel scheduled for October,

house, 5536 Arva Circle. W. Tim- annex of the Barnett Bank Building directly to your ship. You're pending confirmation of a date Corps Program will be conducted or

uquana Rd. E. S. Higginbotham, here on the station. immediately assigned quartersand from the manufacturer who will December 8, 1951, and ..

ADI. Donations of merchandise- get your gear stored away furnish the pins. Jax Navy personnel interested .
6 rm., :3 bedrm. house, 5650. anything saleable-will be greatly Troop ships today are recon I
in this test must submit
3456 Lowell l Ave. Charles appreciated. Pickup will be ditioned for greater safety and Those Civilians whose continuous taking .

Thompson. made at your house. Please con comfort. No more single sheetof service at NAS Jax reached' requests to the person

4 rm. bung-, 6368 Firestone Rd. tact Mrs. Elliott Newell, exten- canvas for a bed. Every man five or ten years between 1 March nel office prior to September

Mrs. Julia Monejham, Ph. 2- sion 8286. draws a pillow cover, one blanket 1950 and a certain date in October 20.

3086. The Nursery thanks all parentsfor and two sheets. (probably the first), will receive
these tests determine
Given annually,
their bringinga Air circulation
cooperation in
MISCELLANEOUS by quarter the pins about two or three
towel for their children. A ha been the selection of enlisted ,
? vastly improved andthere's weeks after the October date se
Ride from Park
Spring Manor
men from the regular Navy for
charge of 10 cents will be made
atroop recreationroom. lected.
I
S. S. to NAS, 9800-1630. Betty enrollment in of the 52 civil
Braddock, Ext. 614. I when it has to be furnished by You'll have such facUlties Mike says full details will be one
the Nursery. All parents, who aluminum ian colleges participating' in the
Baby Sitter, 627 Edison Ave. Mrs. as tables and reported in the Air News as soon !
NROTC Program. Personnel successfully -
have children registered for chairs I
Herring, Ph. 4-3248. a soda-vending machine as definite dates can be determined 10
Wanted ride or will share ride kindergarten, are reminded that piano, book library, Sarah Gardiner in our passing the test this year ,
is will enter one of the colleges ai --
the September payment due cold water fountain
and a Procurement Section in Building
from beaches to NAS. Hrs. 0800 d.,:'ing the week of August 26th. barber shop. Adjacent will 110 is the Department Notary Midshipmen into NROTC in the
to 1630. Call A. Burns Ext. 235.
( fall term 1952.Requirements.
;
If made
payment is not during be tiled bathrooms with hot Public now. This reinstatementwas
Driving to Newport, R. I. Sept. 6. that week, it will be assumed and cold running water. effected shortly after our for a candidateinto
Desire to share
t couple expenses. that parents have transferredand They'll also be a different former notary was transferred to NROTC are as follows: Bea
Contact E. M. Moore, YN1 Ext.
; their child's place will be movie playing every day. another Department Side- male citizen I of the United
597 call at 2783 Selma St.
{ or given to the next pupil on the Facilities for wivesand children lights is making a collection of States, be unmarried and never
Wanted-Ride from Pine Grove
waiting list. making the crossing have magazine cartoons on golf. All have been married, be a high
section Jax Beach to NAS 0700to
In case of approaching hurricane been There's school the
enlarged. a chil contributions gladly accepted.Widows' graduate or equivalent
1530. W. E. Machine
Thorpe, (condition No.2) please dren's hospital ward, a nursery i thereof, be not less than 17 or .,
Shop, Drills. -
pick> your children up immed- room, a room for preparing milk more than 21 years of age on 'It
Baby Sitter-Jenell Schultz, 1215 lately. To all newcomers: inquire formulas, and another for steri- Pension July 1, 1952, and enter into a con-
; B. Hancock St.. Ext. 8326. about the cial rates for Ii
sp lizing bottles. Even a children's tract with the Secretary of the ". {
Ride wanted from of 5th
vicinity
and sick mothers. Registration
working -
\ playroom has been Navy.

$, and Pearl to NAS 0730-1600. pro
for the fall dancing vided. Report Re-Stated
Must Follow Terms. '
Kay Harrison, Ext. 763. (\
classes are now being accepted.We *
But jus won't
: feel
:y Uncomfortable ..
? -
Ride wanted-Roselle & Park to The contract with the Secretary \
"
remind you: to join the Navy L:t decide you're Some of the information contained -
on '
) NAS, 0800-1600. Mr. Wilds, Ext Wives Club, to bring your child a luxury liner the Captain has in the story entitled "Navy entails: Agree to enter up- ..,

483 or 526. ren to the Nursery, to patronize thoughtfully provided such ac- Widows Can Boost Pensions, on and to continue training in ,
Ride wanted-Spring Park Ter. the NROTC until completion of '
the ew.Shop-three worth
tivities as Kitchen Police and which appeared in the July 26
race to NAS 0800-1600. Janet while projects on this station. Guard Duty. (AITS). Issue of the Jax Air News, has such training as may be prescribed -
White, Ext. 433. . been misunderstood by some leading to a commission in
Ride wanted from Beach bus station readers. the Navy or Marine' Corps; agree

to NAS, 0800-1630. Ray Test New ClothingFor Comdr ArmstrongContinued According to Les Krupp, Insurance to accept a commission and to

Homel, Ext. 482. agent who provided the serve on active duty for two years

Ride wanted-2534 Springmont Wear in Desert ( from Page 1)) information for the article, which as an Ensign, U. S. Navy, or Sec-

I'i St. to NAS, 0800-16JO. Mrs. Academy, Comdr. Bedell beganhis dealt with social security benefits ond Lieutenant, U. S. Marine

Briant, Ext. 8144. And Arctic Areas Navy carer aboard the battle- payable to eligible widows of Corps; agree to accept a commis-
t Lost-Lady's gold wrist watch in ship Pennsylvania! in 1934. A native veterans the figures quoted sion, in the Organized Naval Reserve ,,
Ladies' Rest Room at NAS Infirmary of Los Angeles Calif., the or Marine Reserve
Washington ('rS-Both the ($60, $24 and $20)), are pensions Corps upon I..
Betty Braddock Aviation Army and Navy are busily engaged departing executive officer attended already payable to eligible wid- completion of the above duty, "

Medicine, Ext. 614. Reward. in developing new types of The Citadel, and U.C.L.A. be- ows and children through the unless application is made for, and '

-- for in cold fore going to the Academy from Veterans Administration.The the candidate is accepted, as a career
clothing use extremely
and hot where he was graduated in 1933.A new benefits referred to in officer in the regular Navyor

Singers WantedThe Navy'after regions.The three years of tour of duty as navigation Instructor the July 26 article were additional Marine Corps.

testing, has approved< design for at the Naval Academyand : ones, payable to qualified Rules Necessary
Jacksonville Male Chorus, a trip to Chile as a memberof beneficiaries by Social Security, :
new Arctic clothing known as'three Agree not to resign such a Reserve -
now in its eleventh season, is ac- dimensional a Navy mission preceded Com- according to Krupp. Further information commission
to
clothing. prior
cepting applications for member- dr. Bedell's assignment aboard the can be obtained from the
The garments will be made In sixth anniversary of the date of
ship to bring its 1931.52 USS Antietam. the Social Office.
Security
singing
J
complement to 60 voices.. three dimensions, front, back, rank stated in the original commission c
and side, and Will" embody the in the Navy or Marine '
The welcome door is open to "moisture barrier" principle of Corps; agree to remain unmar-
Naval Officers and enlisted men with and absorbing ried until commissioned
a waterproof layer ; agree to ,> "
who wish to avail themselves of withan release from "'
bodily perspiration the obligation of the ,
the opportunity for membership Inner lajer.Underwear C, ... : contract and to separation from .' 1.
in this organization, which has will be knit i in a : the: NROTC at time t:.' yy ,
program any : ,
.
{become est male'known choral as one of the fin-the honeycomb design which will trap :: :;: ;:; ::i ;' that, in the opinion of the Secieary ",.' 6 .: .

South. groups in air in tiny pockets as insulation I "tiIiaWJ. ,. ,..... '. : of ,the Navy, such action is"'
-
against cold. .,. ;.; :".'"..:,if'.jf.. '. '' '. ..:,,, ,. ". for the best interest of the U. S. "-', 'f'" ,
Anyone who Is expecting to The Army will conduct tests on '. : 'rJ"A :' :''; r. : Naval Service : ,

be stationed in this area for at desert clothing at Yuma Ariz, : .. : '; Further information on, the NR- ; __
: .
least six months, who has had during the remainder of the sum. .. .: : : OTC program can be obtained at /

previous choral experience, and mer. Items to be tested include a I .. the Education Service office. Main '

who has the ability to sight-read long-visored cotton cap with cotton ; : Administration Building, Room .- .' ,.
music and follow directions, is head cloth, loose-fitting cotton ; tii' i" 141. "a.> ty

invited to apply for membership. jacket, trousers and underwear i i ,.1.

Interested personnel should suspenders, wool socks, and For the benefit of his children .:;.>

r apply to F. R. Gardner extension tropical combat boots with nylon at Christmas, a man dressed in a ., 'IK
332, NAS, Supply Department, uppers and ventilating insoles. ,rrs Santa Claus suit and slid down ,
'\'>.'. who will be glad to furnish complete > --.-- .- --.--.. the chimney. Whereupon his wife :.,

Y .... information and accept ap- Patient (at lunatic asylum): We SCORPION STING High velocity aerial rockets streak from went up to him, and kissed him, ;,

-= plications for presentation to the like you better than the last doc- the wings of the Scorpon F-89. The most heavily-armed all-weath and said, "Merry Christmas." The .' .

membership committee, which tor.Doctor er Interceptor in the. USAF, the,' F.-8&,CArriok-alxjiem l .cannon youngest spoke up and, to his it '
t will arrange auditions. (flattered): How is that? and provision for 16 Jln-incl\,:fr-j .JfjMaKrrlv wing nother's chagrin, said, "Goodness, :'

T ationashould be submit Patient: You\ seem more like Scorpions art now In spent r. ;pro ;Air. first the ice man, then the milk

ted prier to September 1. i one of us. Defense Force ', :" man and now Santa Claus."' 'i

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