Jax air news
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 Material Information
Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 16, 1951
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Dependents May r 1 Eye Repairs For

Benefit Through
; I Helicopters Here


-Ray Program

Bill Carries
Inclusion of Navy depend Appropriation

ents in the Navy's service-

wide Tuberculosis Control I $9,929,600 For StationThe

Program heretofore limited
and possibility that Navv helicopters will be overhauled -
'to Naval personnel Navy
i" civilian. employees, has been and repaired at NAS Jax apparently is pending on

.'" authorized in a recent Bureau Lii passage by the Senate of the huge military construction bill.

of Medicine and Surgery The bill carries an appiopria- ,
tlon of $9,929,600 for the Naval
'Air Boots'Get
circular letter.Dependents Air Station, of which a generous I Sixty

of Navy personnel, slice would go for construction of I
I *ag 15 years or older, may now the overhaul facilities In antici- For
\ obtain a routine annual cheat X- pation of the bill's passage, plans Diplomas
ray by simply calling the X-ray for the necessary hangars and I
office at the Naval Air Station, shops have already been drawn, Course
.. ) Jacksonville Infirmary, extension } } and the local Public Works department
.' ) 791 or 415 for an appointment. Is now engaged in surveys I At impressive ceremonieslast

... New X-Kay Unit I LOCAl. GROUP DONATES CHECK-A check for the amount I nomic to site.determine the most eco Sunday, diplomas were

The station 1 Medical Officer, of $500, donated by members of St. Edward's Chapel at the Naval I awarded to GO "Air Boots"
Capt. Julius C. Early, has an- Air Station Jacksonville, is presented by Mrs. Stella Lodesky, May Enlarge O&R:
.,. nounced that the Station Infirm- Prefect of the Chapel's Sodality, to Father Joseph Corde of St. It was further revealed thatgeneral who successively completedthe
.. ary ha recently acquired a new Mathews Church of Jacksonville. The donation goes toward the enlargement of the exist- eight-week Airman Recruit -
70 millimeter photofluorographic construction costs of the newly built St. Mathews School, sponsored ing Overhaul and Repair facilitiesat Course at the Naval
X-ray unit capable of over 100 by the church. Witnessing the ceremony is Chaplain (Lt.) the station is under consideration Air Reserve Training Unit,
if sufficient funds made
chest X-rays per hour. Each John J. Burns, Catholic Chaplain at NAS. are
Thursday afternoon this unit will available Jacksonville. The graduationtook

be reserved exclusively for the Extending Runways I' place inside the NAUTU

dependent X-ray program. Gathers Here For Extension of the runway at hangar.

Early Diagnosis Group NAS Jax to 8,000 feeV to accom- Presenting the awards and
Purpose of the new chest X-ray
is to increase the efficiency I lerway. diplomas was Captain Raymond
program of tuberculosis control amounts to $1,931,702.84, and calls N. Sharp, commanding officer of
Traffic SeminarWith NARTU who also introduced distinguished
among Naval personnel, and to I Safety- For a 1600-foot extension at the guests and speakers.

cooperate with civil authorities west end of the present runway Capt. Charles A. Dittmar, senior
concerned with con and 5,000-foot extension at the
tuberculosis a
and chaplain of the Naval Air Station -
trol in communities where de- the announced intention of attaining greater economy eastend..
"\ in performance of freight handing officers and civilians gave the invocation.
pendents of Naval personnel re- efficiency The dredge "Philadelphia",
( Please Turn To Page 8, Col 2) from naval installations within the Sixth Naval District are attend- owned by the American Dredging Recipient of the trophy for be-
SSS in caf oaivij'li ptv.tmf fIP; seminar here at the Ground Training_! Building_ Company under subcontractto ing the most outstanding recruitwas

gThe seminar is devoted to ; are Lcdr. L. A. Wheeler, of the the D u val Engineering Co., Hardy M.A Harrell, Jr., of at
412 Sign Up Jacksonville, is operating in the Jacksonville. sophomore
studies of traffic problems and Navy Bureau of Supplies and Jacksonville Junior College, he
river off the west end, and fill
traffic management, with the object Accounts, Washington, D. C; received the award for neatness,
pumpeS the
will be into marshy -
For Paralysis penditure of preventing of funds for needless transportation ex- Lcdr. J. A. Nixon of the Navy soon area to provide the foundation popular scholarship vote athletics of the, other and" re-by

Central Freight Control Office for the extension.
services. It was opened cruits.
yesterday by Comdr. Charles L. Bayonne, N. J.; and Robert Tarr. On Hand
\, Insurance Loring, assistant Supply Officer, of the Navy Supply Center. Oakland Rear Adm. Hardison : Parents
Walker received atrophy
Lemuel C.
will continue through Fridayof
'. l} In, the recent membershipdrive and .. Calif.Weather. for his section, which was
this week. ,
for the group Polio Insurance held Visits Cecil Field I I adjudged the best drill section.
Other seminars are being
. Plan, a total of 412 station
signed for throughout the United States by Outlook Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardi i Principal speaker was Roy E.
employees up of Defense' Commander Fleet Air Dawson, president of Jacksonville
this protection it was reported order of Secretary ison, ,
Marshall, through the : I his first official Junior College. lie spoke
.. George C. Jacksonville paid -
department *
by the Industrial Relations Military Traffic Service. i It will be H. ? jfed X hot over visit to Cecil Field Tuesday before an audience of nearly 300
showers I
the weekendwith and friends,
I relatives :
Policies for this insurance will There are 32 civilian and officer and possible thunderstorms ex- August 7. parents hand to witness the
initial familarization who were on
be delivered to the employees personnel taking the course, I pected to cool things off a bit, In his graduation of the recruits.
Pensa- visit Admiral Hardison was ;
here from NAS
concerned sometime within the coming so says the weatherman. I
next two weeks, it was stated. cola, NAS Miami, NAS Key West, cloudy, con- escorted on an auto tour of the Receive DiplomasThe
New employees who desire to NAAS Cecil Field, Naval Station Friday-Partly base by Capt. Carson Hawkins ceremonies began as the
hot scattered afternoon
avail themselves of the protection Green Cove Springs; Charleston commanding officer of Cecil young recruits marched smartly
offered by this group plan (S. C.) Naval Shipyard; Naval showers. Filed. The Admiral was accom- into the hangar to the time ot
will have the opportunity of obtaining Ammunition Depot (Ennis S. SaturdaySame.Sunday panied by his aide and flag "Anchors Aweigh," played by
a policy and may do so C.); Naval Central Freight Con- Cloudy, scattered lieutenant Lcdr. Frank W. the 23-piece band from Green

.? by applying at the Employee trol Office, Norfolk, Va.; and the thunder storms, and cooler Hollowell, Jr. -- -- ---- (Please Turn To. .Page 8, Col. 2))
Office of the. Supervising Inspector --
Services Division of the Indus
L trial Relations department, of Materiel, Atlanta Ga.
of 914
f building 007. Those conducting the seminar Record



Waltons" at NAS' passes will be Issued to the first !
A total of 914 men. including
J, Jax have been made happier I 15 applicants" each day. Passes 825 Airmen, 87 Seamen one
i will be issued in duplicate a copy
l by a recent memo from the of which will be retained at station for
for tests Monday
" Security officer which i allows II police office and original held advancement in ratings, it wu

'., fishing and shrimping by applicant until conviction of w revealed by Lt. :Max J. Hanke.
I .at which time it shall be
fishing Education Officer
off the and bulkheads Information and
V1: ; ramps returned to station police for file
f.,:y F on the river side of the sea- with duplicate.. at results NATTCenter.The of the examinations r
hangars. *
plane have not been announcedas
:!', 'j' The memo was the result of I IN ADDITION to these permits, yet, but will probably be released -
and consultations station police have been author-
careful planning i today or tomorrow. The
, ,I.. with various officers concerned ized to issue 15 guest passes to terrific speed in grading at the
and was brought on by numerous guests of holders of fishing and Center is possible by use of IBM
requests by personnel for clarifi- shrimping permits. Adults 'only, machines.. It was possible for
. .- cation of regulations governing are considered as guests. No children the entire 914 tests'to be graded
:, t' ,the "sport of millions." are allowed in the restricted within four hours after the men
'. finished their examinations.
I L. area.With
':...-. STATION POLICE will L Issue few exceptions due mostlyto According to the Information
:', appropriate passes necessary for misunderstanding the new regulations and Education office at the Center .
', 4D"; shrimping and/or fishing from have afforded many peo- the total of 914 men taking

1', .. the sea wall and ramp area in the ple an opportunity to enjoy an .------ the tests for pay-grade E-6 is
"w_ vicinity of hangars 122, 123, .12{ evening of fun and also an oppor- CEREMONIES-James E. Metzger, one of believed to be a record for Jax
140 after 1630 on working tunity to take home something for GRADUATION record
... : and from Airmen Recruit Due to the fact that the ;
: ;, days and at any time on week the dinner table. the sixty airmen recruits graduated are not obtainable fleet-wide, its
NARTU Jax last Sunday, is shown receiving
are running large 'and Training Course at 4''
: ends and holidays. Shrimp Impossible to ascertain I
,Such permits will be issued Qna plentiful from all reports and to ,his diploma from Capt. Raymond NARTU N.public Sharp,information NARTU commanding officer, is whether or not this U a Navy fi
Frank .Coghlan,
date fast, witha officer. Lt.
', 24-hour basis to expire at 0630 permits usually go record. t
each day and a maximum of 15 ,I few having to be turned away. shown at right. \


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rage 'iwo __._JAX AIR NEWS. : 'I, August 16, 1951r

'r- Report From Washington -

J3 Y4 ews Servicemen's .

Legislation Crams
..I P"" ,,.s- Hopper J

Publishedevery Thursday for Navy activities Oat Naval Ai t

Station. Jacksonville. Fla.NAS Jacksonville Navy Expects To Triple Women's Branch

Cant Douglas T. Day Commanding Office r By Armed Forces Press Service
Comdr. Porter F. Bedell .Executive OfficeLt. r Glant"froop carrier helicopters soon will be

Gordon D. Walker.._...._.._... _._....Public Information Office;r Legislation Service tested by the Tactical Air Command, Stewart ..
affecting personnel con- AFB, Tenn. The new'copters can climb at a
Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear tinues to cram legislative hoppers. The follow- rate of 1,500 feet per minute at sea level and
Adm. Osborne B. Hardison... .____......__.._,........_.......Commandei r ing bills have been introduced in Congress and fly at speeds in excess of 100 mph.
Capt. Alien Smith Chief of Staf t are under study by various committees: .

Fleet Air Wing Eleven 1. To eliminate from' taxable income pay Despite Korean fighting and the present

Capt. Jesse S. McClure ....._._...__....'___._ Commandei r of members of .the Armed Forces of the Unit- expansion program the Army's health record
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton._..._.._...___....Chief Staff Offieeif ed States. during 1950 was at one of its highest levels
Naval Air Technical Training Center 2. To provide an additional period of three The years 1948 and 1949 are considered the .

Capt. Lester K. Rice ?._..._........__............ Commanding Office t years within which veterans of WWII on ac- healthiest in the history of the Army. :0.1 \'
Comdr. John A. Gamon Jr.CapL _....*...._..........?....... ._-.. Executive Office I e tive duty during the present hostilities may ...
Naval initiate and receive' education and training The Army", Airborne Center at Ft. Bragg,
Hospital under Veterans Regulation No. 1 (a). N C., has been replaced by a Joint Airborne
Dwight J. Wharton Commanding Office r 3. To authorize the establishment
and Troop Board in
as a further step the unifica-
E. Stahr Executive Office
Cap Guy
maintenance of additional national
cemeteries. tion program. It will be composed of Army .
NARTU 4. To authorize the Secretary of Defense Navy Marine and Air ,Force personneL'" .
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp Commanding Office to.establish a program of education for cer- .
Comdr. Anthony Trusso Executive Officer tain members of the Armed Forces who shall The Air Wing's new all-jet swept-wing ver. ,
have been rotated from overseas assignments. of the B-36 named the YB-6
bomber (
Editorial: Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration has
passed all experimental checks and now
building.! Phone extension 8184. The following legislation has been passedon is ready for service tests. The new version has
Editor-Andrew II. Planey to President Truman for his signature. eight power plants'and differs from earlier
Staff Members John L. Almond Barbara Rickman. SN
: ; ; 1. Providing that the first Navy supercar- versions so markedly that the new designa-
Gerald hEWS, SN; Terry Ziegler SA; Mary Bixiones, SN. rier shall be named "James V. ForrestaL" tion was established.
The JAX AIR Is puDlunea weekly" 8' the U. S. Naval Air Station .
2. Fixing the limits of mess allowance on
Jacktonvllle, Florida, and printed commercially with non-appropriated fund*
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev certain types of naval vessels on either a The Army Medical Center in Washington is
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free ot charge at the Naval Air Station, the quantity or monetary ration basis. planning special observance of the 100th
Natal Air Reserve Training Unit: Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Cecil Field, and
the U. S. Naval Hospital. 3. Amending of existing law so as to per- birthday of Major Walter Reed for whom
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. mit renewal by WWI veterans of expiring Walter Reed Army Hospital is named. .
AFPS material appearing' In this publication may not be Iprlnted1thout 5-year level premium term USGLI policies. '. ..
the written permission of Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of other Under
Secretary of the Dan A. Kim-
matter publications, U prohibited without permission ofEditor's Navy
Editor: JNPllit.YNrW The Navy expects to triple the strength of ball has been sworn in as Secretary of the
its women's branch by July, 1952. Present Navy and succeeds Francis P. Matthews, who
strength is about 5,000, including reservists.kekenc1 will be the new U. S. Ambassador to Ireland.

the Squadron CO Lt. Harry Kin-
( caid, to wear the Aircrew insIg-
nia. These are the first of more
THE "FREE INSURANCE" LAW than a dozen members of the
', squadron who are undergoing similar -
training to complete the .ft" o
r4nyTu//4 Notes
At T 11. ii course. I ;_ ..

Boy 13 Does OK fit
( Note: To clarify any questions which station personnel

might have concerning the fee insurance they are entitled to, under -r Army, So Mom Says .
the provisions of Public Law 23, the Jax Air News will print, start-
Ing today and continuing for several editions, a series of comprehensive He Can Slay' ..

questions and answers analyzing all aspects of the act. Taken VS741Preparations : the maximum quota of chiefs will Tucson Ariz. (AWPS)-A wp-
from Armed Forces Talk 376, the series covers the Free Insurance for its two-weeks have been reached within the man whose 13-year-old son is an
Law completely and it is suggested that servicemen clip and save annual cruise, plus numerous rate squadron. Army private stationed In Hawaii

the articles as' handy references when queries arise regarding what. advancements, occupied the spotlight Several men were advanced says that she doesn't intend to request .
benefits are to be derived from Public Law 23). I during the regular monthly from AA to AN as the result of his discharge because "he is

drill of VS-741 last week-end. tests taken last month. They were learning great deal" in the
I Why Free Insurance? It seems to be definitely set Raymond II. Burgess Gainesville, Army.

tled that any beachcombing to be Fla., who Is striking for an AL
____ done during the cruise will be doneon Mrs. Marguerite Flecker, whoso!
\\ny 'tree insurance!" me rate; Vernon D. Dickinson, Jacksonville Duana falsified his
made the the banks of the St. Johns and eon agfe'lastApril
Therefore Congress new
of Public Law 23 this
passage year striking for ADE; Harry to
gain enlistment, said that
law retroactive it granted the not in the bright sunlight of St.
stimulated by the fact that L. Jacksonville
was Harvey who
:be loves the He is
Army. doing
automatic death benefit to fami- Simons Island. The latest wordis
casualties were being suffered in wants to be a YNT and Royce A. wonderfully well." \0 r T"
Korea. There was a general feel- lies of all men who died in serv- that the training period will be Koon Jacksonville, who also as-
ing that families of men who had ice, or while enroute to active held aboard NAS Jax and not at pires to a YNT rating. Duane is six feet tall, born on
not taken out USGLI or NSLI pol- service or an induction station, Glynco as originally scheduled. t Jan. 3, 1938, and told Army recruiters -
icies deserved indemnity just as after our forces were committedin Joining the ranks of those in he was born Jan. 3, 1932,
Three new men joined I the .
much as the families of policy- Korea (June 27, 1950). VS-741 who ale "sweating out" ,
advancements in rate is John E. squadron! for their first duty period -
holders who were killed. For those servicemen who already during the week-end.'They Believe Navy's P4M1s
As in World Wars I and II, case had U9GLI or NSLI poli- Lindberg, ADE1 who learned were Louis T. Coppola Jackson-

after case turned up In which men cies for less than $10,000 cover- that examination he had successfully for advancementto ) passedhis ville; Richard E. Willis, ,AA, Jack- Set New Speed RecordNine
with needy families died in line I age was automatically raised to sonville; and Louis W. Donaroma,
cif duty. hut had no. insurance. that figure bv the ind<"mnih'. ADEC. Two other membersof AA Jacksonville. of the Navy's newest pa-
-- The officers

I WJial' Beneiisire AW 1 ; Free? I Donald the, squadron AMS1, and, Robert Raymond E. Mc-G. and these men three of the newcomers squadron welcome and trol"Mercators bombers," are, believed P4M-1 to Martin have +>, e't

Ferreira AOUl Bu-
are awaiting
set a new speed record for planesof
trust that their tour of duty will
Here are the main points of I .. ... .. Pers approval of their papers for be a pleasant this type.A .
i tt oat ii i already have an advancement to Chief in their one.
Public Law 23, as it has been interpreted { respective check of flight records revealed -
so far by the various NSLI or USGLI; policy In force? rates. After a strenuous period I of that on one leg of a 6,500- services and Veterans Administration A. :If it is for $10,000, you get training which stretched over a mile coast-to-coast training mission "
: no new coverage. If it is for less, If these three recommendationsare year or more two men were quali- between San Diego and Ala-
Q. Who ia eligible for the indemnity the automatic coverage will be approved it will make a totalof fied as Combat Alrcrewmen. meda, Calif., the planes traveled
('onrage'1 added to the amount of your poli- six men who have been advanced George M. Busks, ADP2, and S. 400 miles in one hour and IS

A. The new plan covers anyone cy, so that the total coverage will to chief in.-the past year W. Chadwick, ADE2, completedtheir minutes.
of active service in the Army, be $10,000, but no more. by VS-741. It will also mean that aircrew training during the The P4M-1 "Mercators" have
Air Force Marine drill period last week when they been in service about a ear.
Navy, Corps, Q. Can the coverage be taken '
ured on that part of the $10,00<
successfully fired the TBM turrets They powered by two
and Coast Guard. It also covers away without my consent which are piston
remains at
unpaid -
while in
Reservists and National. Guards- A. On certain cases, yes. flight. engines and two jet engines. -
period. They have been authorized by AFPS).
men when they are ordered to ac-
You will lose the automatic Whom
((1)) Q. ran you name as beneficiary -
Uve or training duty for more Insurance if you are found guiltyof ?
than 14 days, cadets and midshipmen mutiny, treason spying, or desertion. A. Only a specified list of close M..w Ms 5.5 h,iS.d As*w Ms hit r.iw.a, ?_, w?

at the Service Academies, You will also lose it if relatives is eligible to receive your
and commissioned officers of the you refuse to perform duty or death benefits under the free indemnity -
U. S. Public Health Service and
wear your uniform because of con- program. The eligible
the Coast and Geodetic Survey un- scientious objections. If you lose relatives are wife or husband;
der certain conditions. under such circumstance children
coverage stepchildren, adopted
Reservists and National you can regain it only by being children, illegitimate children; parents -
Guardsmen flying "as an incidentto restored to active duty. step-parents, or anyone who

their training" In aircraft ((2)) No Indemnity will be pay- acted u your parent for a yearor 1
owned or leased by the Govern- able for death inflicted as lawful more; brothers, sisters, half
ment are covered, even If they are punishment for crime or a mili- brothers, half sisters, and broth-
on duty for less than 14 days or tary offense, unless the death pen- ers I and sisters through adoption. f'NA

not on a pay status at all. alty is inflicted by an enemy state. Many persons who were eligi- pcMaarAalzts zoMt J .
Q. When doe the coverage begin ble under NSLJ such as nieces, tars a ta.. to MN. I+ h. -1'

? Q. How will payments be made nephews, in-laws, cousins, and fiancees
A. As soon as a person is pro- A. The only way the free death are not eligible. for the Q o s,,,.. :I::
visionally accepted and ordered toreport
indemnity can be paid It In equal free Indemnity.
for active duty. For example -
monthly Installments, over a period .
he is covered if he is killed ...
of 10 The four optional 'f'
years. Q. Can name more than
on his way to report or if he dies ways of paying off NSLI and one beneficiary? ,
of a disability incurred while on USGLI
policies, including paymentof
A. Yes, within the limits of the
his way to report. A Selective the whole amount immediatelyafter
eligibility list. You can also say
Service registrant who dies after death, will continue to
what proportion of the total bene-
repotting to his draft board and
be available those policies
on only,
while en route to an induction sta- but not on the free Indemnity. fits you want each'one to receive;'
1 1ptuttvAsmo
tion is also covered. In either of or you can let the total amount be
these cases death must occur divided equally between them. And
within 120 days after the victim Q. How much will the beneficiary you can name a contingent or sec ..
la disabled. These provisions are actually get? ond beneficiary to receive pay zoe4

retroactive to 27 June 1950. I A. Each monthly free indemnity ments if your first beneficiarydies. 1.1 ti.. 210 ie' + Cut
t I payment will amount to $92.90 .

Q. How long does coverage if the full $10,000 is payable, or Q. What If you fall to name any
last $9.29 for each $1,000 pay a b I Is. beneficiary? % Ste: v 7

A. If you are called to active (Two beneficiaries sharing the full A. The Government will pay
duty for more than 30 days, the indemnity equally would get your death benefits to the nearest KEY OBSTACLES IN KOREAN TALK-Kaesong Cease-fire-
free indemnity will cover you $46.45: a month). The total of the surviving eligible relative. The talks ran into a stalemate when the Communists refused to concede -
throughout your term of service+ 120 monthly payments in 10 years following order of priority will be to UN demands for a demilitarized zone along the existing:
and for 120 days after you are will be $11,148. The extra $1,148is used: (1) wife or husband, (2)) battle line (top). They held.out for the 'demilitarized tone alonfc

separated from active service interest at 2!; percent, 11gf1.J (Please Turn To Pare t, Col. 4) the 38th Parallel (bottom), ....



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"_ <" '-_" : I I. "station Dialogue" provides an ;
AA I : : (
\ He remained in the hospital -
years has seen in time not to get out again They nurses.
who in his 20 lived there during the seige. The until the end of the war in opportunity for military and civil '

and felt the effects of the world'sstruggles Germans bombed the city, and August 1945 and American planes ian personnel of NAS to voice ;
much more than men recalls brought relief to the prisoners.. i',
a eight-year old William their on a question put
twice his age, graduated last Friday a opinion
and find
M after
out one
from the Airman Preparatory going their house, and six others It was not long before American to them by a Jax Air News reporter
School and is enroute to the ing out all
standing. Everything else was flags were broken ),
Naval Academy Preparatory rubble. over Weihsien and supplies, .

School in Newport, R I. After that experience they clothing food and medicine were Is "Do 1
Today's question : you
The 20 year-old Navy studentwas moved into a concrete cellar again plentiful. The Army soon
born in Belgrade, Poland, the think the United States should
and that's where the family lived built an airstrip by camp.
A son of a Czarist Colonel, who until the Polish government Even then the Bonners, had provide aid to Formosa to keep

escaped from the Bolsheviks, anda surrendered to the Garmans. trouble leaving Weihsien as the the Chinese Nationalist island out -
Polish mother, who was bornin Communists would blow
Germans didn't want to Chinese
The Communist hands? And do
China. William Anthony was let Mrs. Shell out because of being up the one and only railroad in
bombed in Posen, beseiged in a Polish citizen, but Colonel use. Mr. Bonner was flown out you think this aid should be han

Warsaw, and put in a Japanese Shell talked to the high brass in a B-25 because his bank dled direct by the United State
concentration camp in China wanted him back on the job, anda
and they let the whole familybe Government and supervised by the ;0
He has traveled all over Europe while later Mrs. Bonner and '
shipped to Italy "
and back and forth from As Shell puts it, "It's a William were taken in a C-47. United States?
lPI'h Europe to China. He became a good thing we weren't in War- After a short stay in Shanghai Charles D. Able, Safety Engt-

HAS BEEN AROUND-William citizen of the U. S. by walking saw when the Russians arrivedor they came to San Francisco on -? neer, T, P-- D.-.!.
across the International bridge have killed father." a troopship. Bill came to his fa-
Anthony Shell, the most they'd my "In as a*
from Laredo to Nuevo Laredo, ther's home state, Texas and s
traveled student at NATT- and walking back again from Dallas. lie began school f Formosa is one
examines what is From Italy they hopped a stayed in
Center, pre- Laredo to Laredo. and Y of the principal
Nuevo in English
China" via the and majored
sumed to be a Chinese gong, "slow boat to
check its authenticity. HU: step-father is a native of Suez Canal and got there in time Spanish at Baylor University, islands off Red
Fairfield, Texas, who is now to witness another war. It was since 1918 attending both summer ? China, America
stationed in Japan, representinga Colonel Shell and regular sessions.
there in 1941 must protect it
New York Bank. M
DATELINEKOREA . died. One year later, his widow
" married James I. Bonner, rep- lie spoke Russian before he from attack by

I Even Texas couldn't fence Bill resentative of the National City could speak English but now an enemy. 1

. ,. in, He attended Schreiner Insti- Bank of New York. In 1943 Mr. speaks Spanish and English flu- Every possible '\
tute at Kerrville, Texas, Baylor associations in Poland ,
Bonner was put in a concentration ently. By **. -1. a 4 d should be 'I
University, and has future plans I camp and one year later Bill and with relations, he learned Able given to the
5 SrMLW recently held its first for Annapolis. the Polish but has since forgotten it.
j and his mother were put in Nationalists, but it should be handled -
I, meeting In Korea. He speaks four languages, has same camp at Weihsien, on the He is taking a course in Ger- directly by the United States q

It wa formed by the men of Forgotten a fifth, can count In a Shangtung Peninsula by the man at this time. Government and under strict supervision '

.s .. Company A, 35th Infantry Regtsnrest. axth, and hopes to learn a Japanese.Bill Bill has been chosen as one of by Americans." .t

'I ', U. S. 25th Division.SPMLW seventh in the near future. was only thirteen years the 240 enlisted men who will : .

tl' means Society for Bill has tried to figure out old while in the concentration attend the Naval Academy Pre- }

r:_ the Promotion of More Lore In some basic reasons for wantingo camo He says the food was poor paratory School at Newport. Of Joseph B. Underwood, employee, ,,1

" the World. ; be in the Navy. They involvejlenty and he became sick and was put this group 160 men will receive D Jtr .Rtainly. ... .'Cer "
of food, hot baths recrea- the Academy,
--- hospital. Here he appointments to
In the
' The front-line training class ir :ion and sports, but not seeing got good treatment as the prisoners Bill is hoping that he will be one America J

' tactics recessed. The men rose to I he; world. had their own doctors and of them. should give alt ,:'

.; stretch-all but one He remained Shell's father was VladimirAdolphovich out aid to For-

squatting.Sgt. Shell a lieutenant mosa. This
Robert McCarthy ol colonel in the Czar's Army. The Employees Net Cash Improvements island is with-

. ... Charlestown, Mass., glanced at colonel's fathcrBill's-. grandfather out questionone

the squatter-then gave a double -was a general in the of the .

i take. "Hey," he hollored, "Thinguy's same army With the coming of In Beneficial Suggestion ProgramAre key points in

',. Chinese." the revolution the Shells got out the E a stand S

He was. He had come in to give of Russia. The General went to you one of the persons who care of on the budget established we should protect ?

himself up and "was just waiting Belgrade, the. .Colonel. to China. usually stand in the backgroundat on your salary. it for our

t lor the right time In China, the Colonel got a job an award presentation, or after ', How can you use the Sugges- I Underwood own benefit.
about ? Like the old reci- Whatever the aid might be I

Archie Ashworth, of with the Chinese customs serv- reading a story suggestions tive Program I
Beaumont Sgt.: Tex., is probably the ices and he met Czeslawa Mich- awards remark: "Why that pe for rabbit pie ,which begins would like to see Americans recall cupenise -
rabbit the first the aid
Polish in getting a ,
of first
owska daughter a i
soldier in Korea. used that 10
most equipped idea isn't new, we how careless the Chinese Natinal-
Harbin Man- in the Suggestion "
Supply officers, checking records couple living in at a plant where I was step when .i
years ago idea aid sent them
..' found the sergeantcharged churia, where her father was to get an idea TO get an ists spent we
connected with the TarnsSiberian working. you just place yourself in the position they were on the mainland. Iet'echeck
with these Item: "
Railroad. Perhaps you are correct and ap- of the workman and say if I it close this time.

..' 4. Seventeen landing craft, four Colonel Shell got a one year parently are not aware of theNavy's were he how would I do this particular .
air mattresses
1 2Vi-ton trucks, 250 -
23 wrist watches, 100 blankets vacation every eight years, and Beneficial Suggestion Program problem or operation. Anthony :Macheda, ADC OAR: I
1931 he and Mrs. Shell wentto not limited to .....
and four machine gun'*. Suggestions are America .
Belgrade to see the Generaland work which are accomplishing r
There wan no comment from De- you
The of the Navy should controlthe
other members of the Shell purpose within your particular shop

the sergeant.Probably family who had escaped the Bolsheviks partment's Beneficial Suggestion but can be on anything which will tr policy of

While they were there, Program is to get constructiveideas improve the efficiency of opera. Formosa when
the largest cake ever
l from as many
baked in Korea was served to themen William Anthony was born. or proposals tion of the Navy Department asa I we start giving

of the First Marine Divisionas When the Shells thought he employees as possible. whole. I Ii them aid. It U i

a Fourth of July special. was older enough to travel, they What is a beneficial suggestion i .,
Poland which included : A beneficial suggestion is Important that
Marvin I took a tour of
_. Handiwork of Sgt. Therefore, you must teach yourself .
t Ga. the cake trips to Germany, Italy, a constructive idea or proposal we keep a
.' Cherry, of Atlanta, to be observant and question
feet and other countries. He was less which recognizes a particular watchful e yo';'
350 Ibs in
weighed was see
various operations you may
and offers a solution to j:
old at the time. problem time. I
than this
wide, almost six feet long, and a year dally trips throughout the
1932 when correct such problem. An ideaor your
His next trip was in I was in China
two fAFt high.Ingredients to from
station whether coming
__ butter the Shell family took Bill backto proposal which merely recog- when the Red: amcations
.. : 28 Ibs of and work or on regular maintenance Macheda
18 dozen eggs, 100 lbs of sugar, China. They stayed at Shanghai nizes a particular problem throughout the various build were taking it over and the Nationalists
.. trips
rI is there-
of China for offer solution
not a I
and other parts does aid around '
360 melted bars chucked our
8D Ibs of Hour, ings of this activity. A suggestion
the next eight years and it was fore not a beneficial suggestion. I We ought to ,
of chocolate, and several quarts you might submit which recognizes very carelessly ,
of orange juice, vanilla and other time for another Sabbatical for a particular safety hazard watch the purse strings on the ;
This tiifie to Europe, ;
the Colonel. has not with American supervision. \
You employee
ingredients.The In an for Instance may later prevent an I spot
train ,
went on a near "
and as they taken advantage of the suggestion fellow worker, a
1 1939 the injury to you or a
Posen September
Chinese Red came out of on not only deprive
Poland. program are Mew ItAfter. Mis Virginia Wiggins em
attacked I
the brush carrying a fistful of Nazis ing your department, the station, O&P'a
German planes 1
Bill remembers i oy"'",
leaflets Marine PFC and the
surrender Department I
train but they the Navy have fully explainedthe
the yon
Douglas Hale, of Detroit, 'Michigan missed bombing his train and connected country as a whole of some im- problem and your solution, I "It would be to 1

trained his carbine on the ovement. but are also not tak- idea la of the interest of ''
with the baggage car that followed. pr you may drop your one :
advancing Red, He was afraid of They lost everything except ing advantage of the opportunity the suggestion boxes placed America to '

.... trick. what they had with them. offered to increase your Income throughout the station or you may give all-out aid 'a d
Through an interpreter Hale and be able to provide things for forward it to the Executive Sec-
asked his prisoner he surrendered which cannot be taken to the Nation- ?'
why They arrived in Warsaw just the family retary, Committee on Awards A s
The Oriental chef alists on Formosa
-- 907 Your will
Building suggestion .
looked at his captor with grief- be promptly acknowledged and It is one I

,stricken eyes: will receive immediate processingand I of the Island. I
"I cook breakfast for 60 soldiers the committee. If that mean so '
by "
," he said. "Then they go out your Idea cannot be used, you will Wiggins much totbo:7:j

to fight. Nobody come to dinner. be notified of the reasons why free people of the world and to .rj

I thought I'd better go south your idea could\ not be adopted let It be taken by the Communists .

would be a gigantic mistaken '('
l $gt. Lynn J, Miller, of Akron,. ,. >\'A3A. RY'craY? d vow ''gr, ?.1.r, ;fit Whatever aid America sends wa .1i
In addition to receiving a cash .
) .b Ohio, had taken every precau- I should be sure that It.is supervised ,,
award for idea, will undoubtedly
'I) Lion? Including planting trip 1 your you directly by U$." :
harem In all likely avenues of feel 1 a sense of prideIn .
knowing that you can be partof 'I
He felt reasonably I
satisfied approach.they would be ready If a_.team, which 1 all will accept andaaopi Donald D. Nenne. AA, Commu-

the came. ideas rom members' on NAS.
enemy the team whether he be servingin
'f' The night wore on. Suddenly "It would cer-
a supervisory capacity or not
there wan a Sgt. Stiller
pop be
It is the Navy's firm opinion that tainly a
knew at once it was a trip flare tfI
off. Then another pop. to improve the efficiency of oper- great help to ,
ation and to help better fulfill its America and
boon the entire valley was light
mission in our Department of Defense the other free
M\ day. is an All Hands' job. All people of the

Everyone tensed, fingers employees within the Navy establishment world to send

curtay around their M-l triggers are considered to be experts 1 aid to Formosa.

' ready to open| up. There ? within their particular line I The United
must I.., a couple of hundred
, of work and are in a position as States should
Red* to tt off all those flaresat such experts to improve their send every pos-

once. work and other work which they Nenne Bible aid to the

As the flares turned the night may observe. Nationalists on Formosa But ''

Into a brilliant; Vthltanewt them !lilila':A sr,, a. ---1 "-- s Employees should get on the while doing this we should check .,

a related and curled up again NEW UNIFORM FOR DRIVERS Avery T. Green, exhibitsthe "Suggestion Band W goss" and and double check to see the aid '- I

la their foxholes.A new uniform anticipated for personnel attached to Transpor decide now to submit ideas witha is made good use of. And the

little brown puppy was running tation division of Public Works. With the that new 73 garb cent to be of procured the selfish attitude perhaps of preparing only way to accomplish this U to .

In circlet in the valley on a voluntary basis ills expected per for driving now for extra Christmas have it directly under the/suuer

scared by the flare he was accidentally employees will don the new sharp looking outfit spwding money, .1 vision of the Unite 8UU&," '

setting off. vehicles.


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GENTS no wt BRING YOU pyT IN fOR RET 7 WANT'5 A PUSH, O* Bits'.JVbeeeww

"\ but it is hottter'n

,_UT JOHN, I heck out there" is almost the only
/ WANT TO SHOP / N .Iq s- I 1ti i answer being: receivedtorn\ the
'1 /, UN THIS 5TORCJ.! I,) "actors" of Fasron 6 when asked

.. how the filming of the training

,LisiQ ] movie is going, '1 .-
1vJ Chief APs Leo P. Meershe4dt

and Michael Prlpeton, along] with

e o NO LECMs3 ._ COULD HAVE MADE IT IF YA'DC plane captains Frank P. Krajew-
(DONE 75 LIKE 1 SAID ski and Norman Cassell are thtalentridden
iE4 r o C5 1NK{$ IT SALE To I crew membeis
p 9' GO TO W NC N A l ? \yj par-
0 ticipating in the activities at Han-

M WHAT A PLACE TO ro gar 115.

1 ,n A storm of congratulations has .,

hit Lcclr. Chester A. Parker and :. .. "
Lt Harold Rupp since their recent -
promotions Lcdr. Parkeris

/S y TNAT'3 OK, TELL in charge of the maintenance
ME AtSWT MRS. JONES : 'i department. Lt Rupp holds way
I Wr'R! NI A SMETr TONE s. /
\ 1 in the First Lieutenants' office. ". 'i
t ; .
M *
'S '
/ i ( RIGHT IkfTHINK I'llJ Stan Ferro, scintillating short
Q TURN \ WISH THAT q GO FoR TO LIBCRTYAMBULANCE MAYPORTONLT stop on the Softball team and assistant -

v recreation and welfare
rn d p o o WOULD HURRY NL worker for the squadron, receives
r'' I
the salute this issue. as "White
s< I Hat of the Week '_

y A 19.y ar-old native of Detroit, '.
Michigan, Ferro will have com. ,
pleted his first year in the Navy

JOHN YES DEAR, 1 1I the last of this month. Although
STOP QUICK not a graduate of
I A SALE J i2ANK Denby High
'THERE'S CLOSES AT t 3 School in Detroit, which he at- \j

/ tended prior to enlisting:, Stan is "
1 / I now in the process of securing his

(' Qutt r SATURDAY jN diploma through the USAFI high'e e.
school GED

/ / JACKSONVILLE While in school he was very ac-
tin in athletics and the young

speedster earned a major letter 'c
for his efforts on the cinder path '
Stan was also captain I of the ,"
W4SGH On The Air Vogue Athletic Net Club. .,
I 1 r....

In addition to his' shortstop duties ,

I Converted Trailer Gives Cecil Radio 'Hams' Home j the,squadron Ferro acted while as they manager were cop-for ,w

I ping the American League championship

SALTY HUMOR FROM to old During basketball season ... ..
Latching; on an
I he
I participated in the court .
HERE AND THEREA trailer, and with about a action which netted Fasron third .'

I month of spare-time work, place in their division.

man and his wife were suffering Cecil Field's Amateur Radio + \p \S Though still single, Stan Is con-
I 4. V .
from seasickness while their : Club has converted it templating marrying Gloria Ra-

young son seemed to be enjoying,'I I to its needs as a transmitter due home, his, in one the and not only too distant from back future -

the situation. Finally the mother building. .

voice mustered to say enough: courage and I The building contains a me- A Among the large group report-
N ing back
dium transmitter spending time at
"John, I wis>h you'd speak to, power operating home
on leaves
under the call sign W4S- ranging from 3
Willie GH It first went on the air on to 30 days are: Chuck Goodine,

The father, unable to lift his July 29, 1D51. With ten members ,. n.f AN; Pappy Hughes, AOC; Parsh- .
head, said feebly, "Hello, Willie" ill the fold at present, the all F Schwart, AMS3, John Dvor- .M

club hOpes to be able to relay oznak, AEAN; William H Elliott,
What a day. I lost my job. I messages from service personnel AA, Charles L. Britt, AD3, and

,lost my billfold. My wife left me to friends and relatives bothin James Borgia, AA
The Senators lost to Chicago. It's this country and overseas Those just leaving I for their 'I
unbelievable leading by three in summer vacations are: Ronald
Joseph Gass, RD1, recently
the eighth, and they lost to Chi. demonstrated the practical aspects Rosen, A IAN: John M, MCon- ,"
key, A {AN. and Richard F. !"
cago. of the set by talking to Schneider, ADI '
his wife in St. Louis He calleda
The easiest way to change a "ham" operator in St. Louis ;'

woman's mind is to agree with who dialed Mrs Gass on the local f l President'A '

her phone, and then placed the :,
telephone receiver in a magnet.
A young woman awakened her ic pick-up device so that conversation For Better Rcc 1
husband the other night and com i could be heard on the ': ;.
plained that she heard a mouse '.
air .
squeak. He answered her drowsily I Housing FacilitiesWashington ..: : '
: "What do you want me to do,

get up and oil it ?"' "COME IN, TillS IS W4SGII" "Ham" operators of CeellField's (AFPS
PX Cuts 5 % )-President
Amateur Radio Club now have a new transmitter building Truman appealed to '
She: 'How about that diamond a converted old trailer to send out and receive their t towns of the and 1 '

ring you promised me?" On UniformsIn messages Here Joseph Gass, TDI, holds a conversation with one of :Service personnel country with to provide ,'..; .' ,",
He: "Extenuating circumstances his "ham" friends. The club, which has ten members, first went I recreation and decent proper '
perforce me to preclude you from I on the air in Julv. for I th err ,:. :,:_ _. housing: ....< :' '.
lumuifs: In. recent '0' a :
the bauble. r
She: "I don't get it" ExchangesWashington WHAT'D HE EXPECT? the speech U, marking S. the reopening of ,.
0.Tl'avelt Aid :
He "That's right." It Isn't Fare Little Rock, Ark. (AFPS) A Armed Forces lounge
(AFPS) A five sanitation department workerquit in Union ,. .
Station here. .
per cent price reduction on uniform Mass (A F P S-
"Did you fill your date last I I his job because 'gaibage '
"They have I.
/night?" items sold in Army and AirFoice Taxicab owner George llainel smells too bad." not been getting --9}
the Tight
sort of
'I hope so. She ate everythingon Exchanges was announced is convinced that advertising treatment in'I' /'I
the menu" recently by the Army and Air reaches a wide audience. some of our towns and cities," ,
Force Exchange Service -I the President declared., :1
lie advertised In a newspaper
I The new price cut is the second "Just," tell us where you At the conclusion of ceremonies "
reactivating the Service u .
five per cent reduction on uniform and where want to facility :
Mountain Paw: "Maw, one of are you go which received large
the kids a-screamin' and a-hol- items authorized within recent and we'll provide immediate patronage'o', '
is '
during World War II the President :
,- ,;:
lenn'. better see what's a-ailin1 months, and follows close &e rv Ice." _
him!'' after a five per cent cut in the Came a. reply sad lng, ""'e'e establishment presented the keys of the '-J.J.
to two members of :iJ
Maw returns from the yard ina price of sports equipment. about 16 miles beyond the 38th the Armed Forces, Army SFC '
The reductions were effected Parallel. Take the main J"
few minutes sup
Irving B. Wait of
Los ]
through a cut in the required road, turn right and we'rein d tit -
Paw: "Whah one was it, Maw ply and WAVE Seaman \
Shirley .
margin of markup (the amount /
Hank? the first foxhole In a rice Burns, of Wyandotte, Michigan. ,
Maw: Yep In the pig pen up of increase over the wholesaler's padtlj. 11 e'd like a. tab Imnwdlatelj. "This room was originally intended -
to his ears. price to allow for profit). "."" for the use of kings and.queens .
Paw: "Pears like you shet him The reductions will not affect presidents and \- I
the amount of fund prime
welfare derived -
up all right. ministers of foreign .
Maw: "Yep. Pushed him all the from Exchange activities, 50 'Pointers' Join I ," Mr Truman governmentsVIP's said. \,; II"
f way: under. Less trouble to haveanother the Exchange Service said. .
"Now we are planning to turn ,' ; \\\
than to wash the Also helping to make the reduc- _..
dirty in Exercises '
Navy it over for use, seven days a ,*' <4>
little brat"Customer tions possible is the recently iI .j
week and twenty-four hours a \
adopted system of "establishing I Annapolis, Md. (AFPSFiftycadets ) day by the people who are in ; "\
: What do you do "supplying exchanges Under this from the U. S. Military fact 'very important people'he '':,)
when system, designated Exchanges in '"
someone their
forgets Academy at West Point N. Y : men and women of every- -
change?" v a r i Iou s Army Areas and Air I rank and branch of Armed ": .
were flown to Guantanamo Bay, --- -----'---- our.
Box Office Attendant: 'I rap Force Regions serve as supply I LANDMARK STAYS-A few Services. \
to join with Navy midshipmen i ,".
on the" window with a wet points to carry complete stocks of I. in training exercises. weeks ago, this. thing, which "These young people are the ,L;

sponge. all sizes. This permits individual The Army cadets participatedin used to be a lighthouse, was offered basic defense of this nation. They' "..
exchanges to carry smaller stocks, stand between free .
for sale by the Coast our country -A
Captain: ''Is there any difference and obtain unstocked sizes by 10 days' shore bombardmenton Guard. Overlooking the Hudson and the terrible dangers that ..

between a fort and a fort requisitioning on the designated board the battleship USS Wis- River, the structure became threaten it from abroad. They., ....
' ress" supply points. consin, one of the ships assignedto a familiar landmark anda are the fundamental defense of i
: 2nd Lt.: 'I should imagine, sir, the 1951 Midshipmen training favorite site for artists. The human freedom all over the .

that a fortress would be more Mr.: "It's queer, but the big- cruises. citizenry let out an outraged world", the President said .
difficult to silence." gest idiots seem to marry the howl when they heard it was .
prettiest women.. "I want to buy this book, 'Lit- doomed to the scrap heap. The It seems that guy cou'ld dnflll

A good name for most Tourist Mrs.: "Oh. now, you're trying tle Women.' I have a friend whos Coast Guard turned! it over to most any old way when he goes
Hottls; "Outstretched Palms" to flatter me" going to marry a midget (he city gratis. out with a blind date
r .. .5


16, 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Pago Five

,. -

VF-41. VP-741 Fasron 9, VA-17S Report

Spouting! acksonville i Area Squadrons I

vr4iShaipshootmg I those already holding an E' will Fasron 9

pilot of try to add this extra qualificationwhile I Loran C. Hiker, ADAN, Fasron

VF-41 have racked up a total I the remainder of the squadron I 9 "insurance expeit'p has such a

of eight Navy "E's" in com- will strive for one of the most beguiling and confusing mannerof

petive and rocket ex- difficult of the Navy 'Es' to ob- presentation of all the why
t gunnery tain with the Corsair. and wherefore's of Insurance that

ercises during past weeks The squadron enviable recordIs he sold one shipmate three $10.-

with Lt. (jg) Lucien P. Caul- a credit and a tribute to all 000 policies the other day with

kett leadin the parade with hands who have worked ceaselessly himself as beneficiary of the last

two of the awards. throughout the past weeks to two, very unreliable sources reveal -
make the entire operation a success .
Competitive gunnery at 15,000 Without a doubt this pe- Another altar bound victim is
feet resulted in the squadron'sfirst
" '" '''E' which went to Lt, riod has been the most intensiveand Aaron Perlowlch, AD3, who is go-
action-filled of any since the ing to exchange vows soon despite
E Rutledge. Moving on
George squadron has been in commission repeated warning from buddies.
up to 25,000 feet Lt. (jg) WiltonT.
In spite of the tremendous somewhere
Honeymooning up
Sanders Jr blasted the target
oik-load however, squadron offi- north are Jesse Stagg: and his
'f for another award and Lt (jg)
cers found time for the lighter bride of six days, the former Miss
Caulkett the first of the
garnered side of things and paid a surprise Jessie Elizabeth Crews Glen
two he earned.
visit one evening recently to the Mongeon witnessed the ceremony
with the precision
Working home of the squadron's newest last Friday in Kingsland, Georgia
fine watch the pilots moved on "brown bagger", Lt. (jg) Jack L but did not accompany the

to Spencer Target. Although they Gracey who recently I leturned young couple on their honeymoonin

robbed the Spencer operators of from his honeymoon in the cool compliance with the groom'srequest.

-- -' their "beauty sleep", the competitive mountains of New York, .
rocket exercise was quickly An enjoyable evening with the *

TYPICAL OLD.TIMER-Dutch Schuler, AOC is shown delivering fired in the early hours. newlyweds was climaxed by Lcdr. Thomas C. Gemperllne, YNTSN,
Aviation Ordnance to class of future In-
a lecture on a Five pilots scored Navy 'E's'in
Samuel B Hibbard's excellent rendition fifteen
and family are on days
trucfors at NATTCenter. veteran of 19 years, Dutch is typicalof this phase. Repeating in this Me-
of "Dangerous Dan Portmouth Ohio and
leave in another
old-timers who have been assigned duty as instructors at JohnM
many difficult task was Lt. (Jg) Grew. member of Fasron's
the Center. The students get the advantage of years of "Na>'y Sullivan and Lt. (Jg) Caulkett Joel Grlswold personnel
staff W.
' know-how" and the chiefs get valuable experience in dealing with who added the additional qualification office ,
VP-741 from Norfolk
has returned
people,-experience that well be invaluable in their civilian undertakings to the "E"' he had received ) AT3
after retirement. The earnest efforts of Leon where he attended personnel
at 25,000 feet in gunnery,
YNT2, Ernest Cham- school
TAKIN KO CHANCESliloomlngton Gaining their first "E's" since bliss Starling, ADE1; John Yanaros, ALl; Fasron suppliers Richard L An.

Hospital Patients Indo AFPS-Jo- joining the squadron were" Lt and. Joe Baxley, AOU2, who com- derson, AA, and Jack Athel ton,
( James A. Klemawesch, the Lithuanian -
posed the recreation committee, AK3, are back in the old routinenow
I..seph Oliver told his 5-year-old: son Lightning Rod": Ens, War- showed fruition in the enjoymentof after 20 days leave. Andy

See Preview to keep out of the barn because ren J. Ackerman, and Ens, Ran- their shipmates during the vacationed at far-away Rice Lake

"there's a boogey man in there." dall K. Billings. "suds and shrimp" bust held at Wisconsin while Jack spent his

The youngster took care of the Cecil Field last Friday. ] leave in nearby St. Petersbuig.
Local TV Show "boogey man." He burned down This week the, squadron will fire E. AA is
S I Ernest Falco, CSC, is also to be Leslie Coventry, ,,. cur-
r the barn. I competitive bombing exercise and I 10 leav'
commended for handling!the food rently on a -day e.

'r Bright' lights, moving cameras, problems in such an exemplary I Supply welcomed aboard ArthurB

and hus'tllng i technicians weie "LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION"RINGS manner. Higgins, AK2, who came to the

missing, but the entertainerswerent The close competition Lcdr.Charles squadron from Charleston, S. C.

when a "live" television Rogers, commanding officer and said goodbye to Joe Burns
,. show was staged last week for OUT ON LOCAL SCENE and Lcdr. Thomas Ray executive who left lasron 9 for duty with

patients at the Naval Hospital. officer, experienced with i VK.4 at paxtuxent River.
A -- -- Clarke YNTC and Felix
The special performance was boon the familiar cty of"lights Chitty ,
given by the newly-formed Naval tors" is, "I hope they know what Howard, ADC, in the horseshoe VA175Armed :

Air Technical Training Centers camera, action, will they are doing, I sure don't," contests resulted in a "headache"for Forces Unification "tIts

televi&ionlhow troupe. Includedin vanish from the scene of Field Judge Joe Baxley, AOU2 best was exemplified by the

the cast were a singer, dancers, NAS, Jax but the memory One Incident that has broughta The see-saw battle ended in a announcement Monday that Jer-

an impersonator, a comedian, anda I will linger on for sometime to good many laughs to the men 21.17'el'dict given in favor of ry N Menefee, AD3 had become

band watching the production are the the high brass, although Chief vngaged to a sergeant-Sgt. Beatrice

I come. uniforms worn by the plane cap Howard claimed the score was the Drabik of Ft. Myer, Vu.
that to be utter "under de- Air Force Base
All appears confusion to meet Bureau result of an pressure" ginia
tains. In order
Only last night the NATTCenter 'and chaos in the hangararea strict attention cision by the umpire. Chief Chit- August 8 was an auspicious dayin
group appeared over TV station and out on the taxiways and very uniform ty however, blames the leading the household of Paul E. Mar
has to be paid
WMBR in Jacksonville The I runways, is simply the camera result the chief for the loss, ..in, AM2, when family memberswelcomed
regulations and as a ,
p' .. show seen over the local channel crew of :MPO Productions taking aboard a new son and
*" boys are wearing pressed dunga-
last evening was comparable to shots for a Navy training film. Baxlev, not content with rest ieir, The recent addition weighedn
shined shoes and wellsquaredwhite
the one presented at the hospitalin Filming of the picture takes ing on his laurels after refereeing at 6 Ibs and 6 ozs

that the acts were nearly the place around the area of Hangar hatsCassell Ilhe horseshoe matches also oversaw New faces among the old are

same. 115 and personnel used in the and Krajew'ski have I the activity during the soft- "elix J, Zarosa, ADI; Otest O.

Making a distinct hit at the movie come from Fasron Six The taken a lot of good natured rib- ball, football and volleyball struggles Collier\ AD1; Harry Marcus, ADI;

hospital show was the NATTC film li being compiled here, while bing because of their shined shoes Rawlins J. Harrell, AF2; CalvinL

Public Information band, directedby the sound tract will be dubbed in and pressed "wol'klng'clothes". The short stay Larry Mills, Young, A01; and William\ D.

'Diz' Dufano. This same ag later The weather has been quite co- AT3, experienced at the hospitalwas Jayne, ALC, all of whom recently

gregation pleased first nighters at Frank Krajew ski, ADI, who operative and only one-half day long enough according to reported for duty with VF.175.

the Anchorage when it opened to serves as plane captain for the has been lost because of inclement that worthy and he is glad to return .

\. '. .station personnel on July 23. i scenes with the F2H and Norman weather. Chiefs Jieeischeidt and aboard for duty
Cassell, ADAM who is plane cap- Pripeton have declared that they Received on board last week Lcdr. Garrison

Doris Houser, the Center's scat tain for the AD sequences are the would much rather spend a full were Cleon Bearor, ADC, and Jim

singer, brought the house down principal figures in the production day flying than to spend an hour Kemp, AOU2. Chief Bearor comes

with her inimitable version of "I I Leo Meerscheidt, ADC taxiing a plane before the camera from VP-8 as a qualified combatair Heads VF-174

May Be Wrong And Gloria Ger- (AP) ; Michael I Piipeton, ADC in all this Florida sun crewman In PTVs, Kempe

lard was her usual terrific self (AP), and Lt. (jg) Siguid Gu- Lcdr Bishop and Lt. Ward have last duty station was on the USS Lcdr Paul B, Garrison has assumed *

in her first song, "I'm Just a dal ate the pilots for all of the both expressed appreciation for Oglethoipe command of Fighter

Little Girl From Little Rock aircraft used. A number of other the splendid cooperation extendedto After serving two years as shut- Squadron 174 relieving Lcdr.

She had to sing two encoies personnel from Fast on Six and them by all activities concerned j I terman on the USS Palau Flank I Ralph E Elliott Jr, in change of

-1m Just a Square in the Social other units assisted in the actual during the filming of the Taylor, AFC has reported to 741 command ceremonies' in Hangar

Circle" and 'Diamonds Are aGirl's shooting and in behind-the-scenes picture. I for duty 114 Tuesday.
Lcdr. Garrison who came hereafter
Best Frle"d"-to satisfythe -
duty with VX-3 of Atlantic -
audience's enthusiastic -
hospital The movie, which deals with I
City is a native of Hinkey, Calif.
response* a ,* the average routine day in the and a veteran of Naval service
work of a plane captain, shows
Master Ellis.of He ceremonies and his was brother Warren -, I I step by step how he goes about 7 k since Lcdr. Elliott became the com-

Buddy, also did their jitterbug protecting the safety of his pilot manding officer of VF-174 in
and craft. of
routine with the twin Moore sisters 1950 after tours duty as exec-
...rt Ray Lurding from the Hos- utive officer of VF-173 and VF
j He will to the staff
pital spiced a bit with his Impersonation Three different type aircraftare 132. report
of a woman. portrayed in the two-ieel film of Commander, Naval Air Bases,

sparkling the F2H, the AD and the F4U, Oth Naval District for further
The show was a suc-
undergoing such operations as duty. ,
cess as evidenced by the warm
reception given the entertainersby pre-flight, tune up and ground I After earning his wings at

the audience of 200 patientsand check, refueling, directing and Pensacola, Lcdr. Garrison re-
mained there as flight instructor
other phases.
of the
personnel until September 1943 when he
I It .
1 The picture is being made under
ordered to report to the 7th
was ..
authorization 'of the Buieau

.Army to Tap i of Aeronautics by MPO Productions Since Fleet as the flight culmination officer of of World VC-5 -

of New York, N Y LcdrBishop 1
War II hostilities he completed
of the
a representative
instruction at Photo Reconnai-
ZI Commands Bureau, is in charge of the 'production -
; sance School, General Line i 'i
Lt Felix I I Ward is
and '
kUk School and served as fighter \:.9
Washington (AFPS) Administrative I technical adviser. Erwin Sharf, craft officer at Glen- ."
I training
i and training staffs of the I well know Jn the flicker set and ,
view, 111, in addition to the "
.>\ six U. S. Army areas will be''I director 'of several other Navy I special project work with VX-3.. ;"

tapped for about half the troopsto training films, is director and I Lcdr. Elliott received his wings -

: go to Korea as replacements in Leonard Stark and Bob Downeyare at Jacksonville in 1941 and wa .,

the next, few months. cameramen I assigned to Corpus Christi as an ,;:;
The recent Defense Department a instructor in advanced instruments I -

announcement said the Army To the layman observer, all I When that tour of duty-
would also select some individual ., ee. '
seems to be confusion on the set was completed he was ordered to
.. soldiers chosen from the Divisions 31st and but Director Sharf says that the w A duty with VC-27 as the commanding ,

.- 47th National Guard film is little aheadof AV officer and operations
coming along a a Y V .
J5" now training at Fort Jackson, S. schedule and that everything is officer of the famed 'Saints',

c. C, and Camp Rucker, Ala., respectively quite routine. A short tour of duty with VBF-

These two. ,NG divisions have However, everything is not rou- _.___ __om __,___ _'_' ___ ____ 11 was culminated when Lcdr. ;
Elliott to the office
tine for the men of Fasron Six was assigned ;
already supplied some replacements who are doing the acting. Noneof "STEADY NOU"Director Erwin Sharf of MPO Productions of Judge Advocate General in '

the Army e t said. them have ever been in frontof explains to Norman Cassell, ADAN, (on wing) and Michael Washington, D C. While there

at a movie camera before, and Pripeton, ADC (AP) (in cockpit), what he wants for the next he became a student at George
Luke: ""Do you serve women consequently it is all a 1 little 'scene during filming of training film on plane captains here. Washington University and was
the bar? is the situation to granted his law degree in Jui4
"Nor''uh gotta strange to them, A common comment Cameraman I.en Stark sizing up preparatory
Barkeep: M
: 1949.August .
around the set by the-"ac- filming 'the action.
bring your (>wn.
'. ,

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By Armed Force* Free., '" Service :
t Frank Frlsch's sudden exit from major league. baseball recently ,
must have given National League umpires a great feeling of' relief. 'rifr 1 :

Phil Cavaretta, the new Cubs manager and 18-year/ veteran of the ..
t tram will present a quieter disposition to the arbiters.
The Fordham Flash had been
tossed out of three straight gamesby ing 25 bingles for a .510: aver
j the umpires for contesting de- age. Who is Chuck Conners,
I s st
c I s ions.reading. LA asks <

( __ __ n e wapa.7w Joe Gordon is also starting off
pcs on the well in the PCL. The rookie man "
i bench and ager of Sacramento has a front- 'c .
Insulting running club, 33 homers and 105
1- the RBI. He's near the team record

men them- already.

selves "What Happens to Former Stars
1 No one in Department": Dick Wakefield apparently '.
; his rightmind has quit the game. He
considers had signed on with an Oklahoma 4 x' a .
a n team as a coach for a buck to
umpire in- boost attendance, but nobody
fallible.But came and he went.
they .' !

nave When a guy makes a million r
I provedtheir dollars he ought to retire. Train s.
integ- Jones and Mrs Warren -
er Jimmy FLIERS CLOSE CAl\JPAIGN-Ju Navy's Fiers put their diamond to&s''or the
Frank Filsch rity and They will allow : away season
merit through the years. The old Wright Citation agree.to quit the turf. The last week after a 6-5 win over the Arco Club of Brunswick Ga. Team.members are, front row, left I
t idea that rhubarbs meant a show horse has won $1,035,760.: and to right, George Minehan, Jim Coughlan, George Lougrhran Leonard Faustyn, Tom Neely and J
of spirit has apparently passed. that ain't Bob Becker. Back row, left to right, Lcdr. Harry Knickelbine, coach; Phil Righter Gerald Lalian
Current feeling seems to be that hay.* Leroy Wilson, Don Manning, Bill Saunders, Bill Ziegler and manager-coach Frank McCaffrey.Mis i
the NL> situation has gotten out of ng from the picture are Joe Gushanas, Pete Fannon and Herb Weaver. :
Latest' odd on the American

t hand.vs. Jack The Robinson battles ,of Art Bill Gore Stewart vs. League race favor the Red Sox.of Fliers Conclude Diamond Season Ready Plans -
the rejuvenation
i the Braves and Lon Warneke %s. But surprise _
John Mize and Yankee pitchingmay

I better Dodgers themselves contests have in been the than past giving the few games the years.fans sox upset are that second dope.choice The Chi-and Action with 27 Wins in 47 StartsThe For Athletic

; Yanks and Cleveland follow av-
I Jax Navy Fliers closed out their 19al: campaign last Saturday .,-
I Parent clubs usually get it cording to the guessperts. in fitting fashion, as they won a nip and tuck, 12-mnmg fracas, Program
from fans of farm clubs when 6-5, from Arco Club of Brunswick, Ga. m a return game played at ,.
., _,... ... _...
they take a star in midseason.A Yankee*, well-known for their lire-- iviasuii" -:--- F jciu: vuciiiumu.A : Plans are being made and activities ..
new twist came in the Pacific farm talent, have nine castoffs scheduled return with the readied to launch a huge ."
Coast League. The Cubs took playing in majors as pitchers. go and third in the eighth frame, sports program to start around
slugger Chuck Connors from Frank Hiller of the Cubs has the Atlantic Coast Line Red Sox to but could not bring either man the early part of September, it
the Los Angeles club and replaced best record of all. New York's be played at Waycross'was wiped in. ... has been announced by NAS
him with Dee Fondy LA top chuckers never saw a Yank from the slate and the 1951 sea The top of the twelfth found Physical Training Department. s-

fans booed Fondy's first appear. farm. Reynolds, Lopat, Kuzaxa son for the locals was brought to Arco in good scoring position The new program will include .. 'I
ances. But he had the answer and Overmire were bought. Only with men on second and first, but volleyball, touch football and
-he hit safely in all but one Raschi, Shea and 'Morgan are an end. lefty Bill Saunders forced the bowling. Success of the underi
of his first 15 contests, collect- home-grown products, The locals ended their season next two men to ground out and taking depends entirely on the
with a record of 27 wins and 20 the third man ended the threat cooperation and enthusiasm or
ShortsSince The Dodgers, hailed as the finest losses.. Rugged competition along by popping up to second sacker all activities aboard the sta-

Sport baseball club since the pre with loss of numerous first string Neely. tion, it is pointed out.
war Yankees and Cardinals, are played the deciding role With two men out and nobodyon All units anticipating entry
March 1, Branch Rickey probably the most valuable teamin in players loss of Fliers games.Saturday's Loughran cut loose with a into the newly forming sport
has signed 123 players ((17 to 20) history, at a $2,500,000 to $3- many long triple to left centerfield. aggregation should be preparingfor
for the Bucs and may grab Babe 000,000 value tag in today's inflated battle royal, and Pete Fannon then stepped to the the inauguration.

Herman's bogy, Bobby. ., a catcher.On bucks, and *also representone the season's final tilt found the plate and punched a clean single Letters will be mailed to all
of the game's all-time bargains locals finally copping the 6-5 through the box and the ball known activities regarding the
the day Leo D u roc h'e r it is reported. verdict in the bottom of the game was over. announcement of formal organizational ..t ...t
marked his forty-fifth birthday, Fannon and big Leroy Wilson meetings and the ap-
Cincinnati the Terrace twelfth inning. A booming tripleby
while in ,
Hotel appropriately asskned Ted Williams is in a class by Loughran followed by Fan- paced the attack of the Fliers proximate date of the openingof
Plaza 1916-the himself, according to his former non's single iced the fray for the with three safeties apiece. Jones league play.
hint room year teammate, catcher Birdie Teb- Fliers. was the big noise at the platefor All hands are urged to give
he was born.. belts, now with Cleveland. "Thereis Georgians Score First Arco rapping out a pair of fullest cooperation with Physi- .
only one great hitter in the cal Training oficlals, coaches
be the first The Georgians wasted no timein
Bill Veeck may hits.Righter
American League-and he is It, and Saunders shared and representatives in order to
club to introducea jumping on starter Righter, as
league prexy
member of the fairer sex as a said Tebbetts, a fellow who never the visitors touched the right the mound chores for the Fliers, I successfully open! the program.

sportcafiter It is said that minces words. hander for one run on two hits with Saunders getting credit for I i
Bill plans to use Lynn Rogers to and an error. Arco came back the win. Arco garnered eleven'
televise the St. Louis games. While the broadcasting job as with four more hits to producetwo hits off the two local hurlers. I Schedule Meeting ?. .:
successor to Harry Heilmann at runs in the second frame, Miller was charged with the loss I
The Yankees reached the 100 Detroit has been offered to Waite and added single tallies in the .

mark in home runs in a season, Hoyt, former Yankee and now a fifth and sixth innings, ernie Hendrix Annexes For Coming NAS
for the twenty-eighth time, on newscaster, Art Gleeson, assistantto The Fliers combined hits by .
August 1. They missed hitting at : Yankees' Mel Allen, may land Fannon and Wilson with two Blind Bogey Tourney Intra-Mural Card :
the plum walks and of Arco miscuesto
four times
least 100 homers only a pair Shooting 90 and choosing 12 fora
rack four big runs in the
Pine 1920. up handicap to give him a net 78, Plans for the initial opening ofa
I According to Shirley Povich of bottom half of the second A
the Washington Post, the publish single by Fannon and a three Bernie Hendrix walked off with proposed new intra mural
ers of 'Baseball Encyclopedia"who bagger by Croft netted the Fliers top laurels in the weekly blind sports program including touch
offered $50 to any fan proving another single run in the fifth. bogie held Saturday at the NAS football, bowling and volleyballare
the book's omission of the From this point on until the links. steadily taking shape, as a
name of any major league playerin twelfth inning, neither team Don Phillips snared runner-up meeting of all team representatives -
the last half century, heard could drive a man across the honors with a net 75. Don shot A of all activities is scheduledfor
05, picked 20 for a handicap for August 23 in building 900 at
;*4 ; from' 103 claimants to the rewards plate.
+ AhM -100 claims proved invalid, but Fannon Delivers his 75: net. Leo Marchel shot a 0930. it was announced by Physical -
77 and picked a 5 handicap for a Training officials this week
three have a chance to collect. The locals had men on second
72 net to take third-place honors. Plans and forthcoming idea ".- .....

So You Think You Know Baseball yarder Larry to Newell snare rapped long drive out a com 275- requested football concerning will that volleyball be all discussed.command and touch Itr rep is .

petition. Bill Crosier sank a resentatives be present to dis-
By twenty-footer to longest put
ANSWERS cuss details concerning the new-
While some baseball rules are Zarllla ting honors, and Bob Wallace
whQ was hit by a thrown sports setup.Following .
in everyday use, others are so ball while rug iing astride the foul snared nearest the pin laurels the meeting on volleyball
seldom invoked that they are for line must be called out for interfering when his shot took him within and football, there will
gotten by umpires and fans alike. with thecatcher's throw,, feet of the pin. be another meeting held 4ugust
Here's one. in a hypothetical major The runs do not count as Zarilla eight 24, same time and place to iron _
league setting, that would failed to reach first base safely.. out plans on the proposed intra- -
puzzle many. Batters running to first base mural bowling league. Again it ,
The Chicago White Sox, trailingthe when an infield play is being madeon I PVT.FATBRAY8E."Lknew is requested that all representatives
Tigers five to three, come to them must use the special lane be present.
bat at the top of the seventh at which begins halfway up from -, I J
Detroit, After Chico Carrasquelflies the plate and is called "the three r Shortstop Phil Rizzuto of the
out Busby draws a pass. foot line." When a batter fails Yankees missed his first ga1\.1Ot '
Minoso raps out a single, and another to use the lane and is hit from I' since 1949 when he was sidelinedA-. .I' "'
pass to Ed Robinson, loads behind by a fielder's throw, he is. I in the double-header with Detroit. ""
the bases. must be called out. I f August 1. The Scooter played In
Al arilla. next up, swings hard (See Section 6.051: "A batteris ) I all of the Bronx Bombers' 15ft
and drives a hopper right back at out when, in running the last games in 1950 and their first 94
Tiger pitcher Virgil Trucks. half of the distance from home this season. -
Trucks throws to catcher Gins *
base to first base while the ballis
berg for a force-out of Busby at being fielded to first base, he Mickey Mantel, the New York
L the plate. Ginsberg then relaysto runs outside (to the right of) the Yankees' prize chattel now with
ifrt Kolloway at first base. But three foot line, or inside (to the Kansas City, has been ordered to... stake
f: the ball strikes Zarllla, who Is left of) the foul line, and in the t a new draft physical at Ok- '
running astride the foul line not umpire's judgment in so doing in- t lahoma City, August 20.
NEIGHBORHOOD GALA far from first, and bounds away terferes with the fielder takingthe a.,__. .
: movie studio in search of new toward the stand. Minoso and throw ,at first base, except The leftfielder had missed three
didn't have to look far.
talent stone's throw of the Robinson score the tying runs to avoid a fielder attempting :. easy fly balls. When the inning
Within a where she has before the ball can be retrieved, to field a batted ball." was over, he returned to the bench
movie capital and Zarllla pulls up at second. -rt and alibied: "I guess I'll have to
Lived all her life they located
trim Alice Kelley a 19-year Maybe you as plate umpire are (Reprinted by special permission get glasses." "Glasses?" roared
old beauty from Burbank, satisfied with the play, but you of The Saturday Evening tile coach"you're. too far gone
Calif. She signed a seven-year can bet the Tiger! manager won't Post Copyright 1951, by the I forgot something.. for glasses) What you need It
contract. be. Why Curtis Publishing Company), my suntan lotion!: radar!" y "v



._ August 16, 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven
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Most Money 'a" Year in Golf? Skeet Combine Wins High

What was considered one of I
c .\ the toughest questions to ap- George Frye, ADC, of NARTU
I\ pear 'in the Jax Air News was close behind with the sec- Honors In National Meet
sports quiz, was answered in ond correct answer. Another
Just 15: .seconds after 0000 last who was quick with the answer,
Friday. but just a little late for any Facing the best teams in the nation, Ja"x Navy's Skeet
.. ', The question "Who was the prize, was John Jujick, AG3, and service Championships.The .
Team came close to taking the national five-man team service
of Aerology. National
third baseman in the infield Championshipwas
that had Tin k e r s, Evers and This. week's que'Uon-ltlck-! title at the Natignal Skeet Championships, held August 5-11 I the seventh event in which
Chance at short, second and ing to summer sports-is: at. Dallas. Texas.- the locals have competed this
first respectively?" called for "Who holds the record for the n'The-- cal quintet placed sec- year. Three more events fere on .
some research, since very few most money won in a single ond after a gruelling battle aggregation by only five pointsto the club's slate yet this year.
record books ever make mention year by a golf professional?" against 31 other service teams, finish in the runner-up spot. They are: the Mid-South Open
of the third baseman in The first correct answer gets two of which were handpickedall However the Navymen gar- Service Championships at Mem-
that combination. The third two free tickets to the Jax star teams. nered another high honor at the phis, Aug. 24-26; a club championship -
baseman's n a m e was Harry Tars' home games, while the Winner of the national title match. Good shooting by the lo* aboard NAS, Sept. 9,
Steinfeldt who was an outsecond winner wins a full was the .all-star Strategic Air cal five enabled them to capture and an open meet to all comers
L standing player himself in course meal at the civilian caf- Command team (U. S. Air fourth place in the Open Five- aboard NAS on. Sept., 23,
those days. eteria.IUchard Force). Jax Navy lost to that Man Team event. As a team, the

Field, AOU2, of O Remember, no answers will club scored 1228x1250 in six daysof Cecil Field

i'. & R was thefirst, to provide be accepted prior to 0900 Fri- NATTC RevealsIntraMural firing.32 Teams Compete
the correct answer, while day
Though 32 teams were com-
peting against each other one OrganizesSkeet
Plans three day event developed intoa
Pistoleers To Compete In contest among three top-notch
NATTCenter's intramural ath- teams-Strategic Air Command, TeamCecil
letic program moved out of the the all-star Eleventh Naval Dis-
SE Regional 1 Meet. In Jax planning stage this week follow-. trict, and Jax Navy. Field's newly organized
.- - - -- ing an organizational meeting At the end of the first day, pistol team has commenced
Twelve pistolmen will represent Jax Navy at the Southeastern Tuesday at the NATTC gymnas- Jax Navy was four birds be- regular practice and has hopesof
Regional Pistol Meet, to be held Friday, Saturday and Sunday at hind the air command team and competing with other teamsin
.." the Jacksonville Police Pistol Club on Prison Farm Road. The locals ium.All four schools and all NATT- two birds behind the Naval dis- the area.
," will shoot in competition against civilian and service contestants. Center departments were repre- trict club. On the second day, The 'team participated in the
will_ Hi """ ""-". "_ ___ """"" .'""""
rfav'c _
The first __" _match_ _nn no __* sented, with Lt Paul O. M. Coy, however, the locals surged three Sixth ,Naval District elimina-
which will be enter-
devoted exclusively to .45 caliber year-that tion meet at Pensacola
physical training officer, in chargeof birds ahead of the naval district August
ed in the National Pistol Cham-
(competition. Saturday's will be proceedings. and stood only one bird behindthe 4-5, competing against such
,. renter-fire with .32 caliber and pionships slated for Septemberin air command. top-notch combines as Jax
.. larger and Sunday, the .22. Team San Francisco.. Under discussion for immediate The third day saw the air Navy, Pensacola Navy, Memphis ..'
matches will be staged at the end J action were horseshoes, bowlingand command five shoot a perfect and Parris Island.
of the last match of each day. Need Girl Scout Aides volleyball. Touch football, score, 250x250. As a result, Jax Team members include Henry

Making up the first team will Leaders are needed for the Na- basketball and golf competitionwere Navy's chances of capturing the Bravo, ADC, team captain;
scheduled for later in the
be Robert S. Stringer, AKC, val Air Station Girl Scout crown were greatly dimmed. William Bowman, SAj'Buford;
Allen C. Johns, ADC, John 11. Troop, if has been announced. season. Arrangements also were Nevertheless, the team came Cook. ALl; James O'Keefe SA
Lucas, ADC, and M/Sgt. JamesF. Anyone interested in helping completed. for monthly boxingsmokeis. within five points of the air com- and Nathaniel Parker, SHC.SHO' .
Brogdon, of the Marine Bar- with the troop please contact the mand's score by shooting 245x
racks. James P. Carney, AOC, Public Information Office ex- Horseshoe competition will be 250, thus giving it the runnerupslot.
will serve as an alternate. tension 272 or 656. held by student companies and .
Names of personnel constituting Ship's Company divisions, with Varner High
the second team could not If Ned Garver is able to win winners and runners-up in singles Individually, the team members I BIZ I
be learned in time for publi 20 games this year for the cellar and doubles taking part in a NAT- shot the following scores: Capt.
t "" cation. Browns, he'll be the seventh big TCenter championship tourney It Thomas J. Burnam (USMC),
.. After the regional event, .the leaguer to register such a total was expected these matches would 242x250; William L. Arthur, AOC, By Armed Force Press Servk-e
Jax Navy team will prepare for for a last-place team since the be completed by the month's end. 245x250; Kenneth L. Pendergras, Movie actress Yvenne'de Carlo
its strongest competitton thisTars' turn of the century. Bowling teams were requested AEC, 246x250; Gordon Teets, working in Germany with a Unit
.to arrange with NATTCenter's'Athletic ADC, 247x250 and Eugene Var- .
; of the Armed For!'.*Professional
and Recreation staff for ner, AOC, 248x250. ,
:Joe Paparella called Entertain
Final Home Umpire
practice time on the Navy Ex-
time in Boston one night to givea Even though losing to the air m e n t
novel order. "What's the mat- change alleys. Both bowling and command, Jax Navy has provedit Branch,
Stand Next WeekThe ter?" demanded pitcher Bob Lem- volleyball were expected to be well is the best Navy team in the stalked into -
on of the Indians. "Tuck your under way on company and division nation as well as one of the best t the lob-
levels next month. teams formed from the same by of theunit's
Jacksonville Tars return to shirt in, commanded Paparella, Nine-men teams' selected from
*'' their home bailiwick :Monday "it may be bothering the hitters." 18-men squads will play touch club.Evidence of the locals' demanding hotel-

night to open their final home football by companies and divisions iority is the fact that it super-I her
stand: of the season. Now that a candy bar has been Golf competition by teams the five-man team service room be
The Tars open a three-game series named after him Jackie Robin- and Individuals will take placeat pionship in every meet it has I c h anted."There.
.. ." with tough Columbus :Monday son can look forward to his future the station's new nine-hole participated this year, with the I I
.. night, then take on the Columbus w security: course soon to be opened. exception of the National Cham isn't a win-
Reds in a four-game set beginning A NATTCenter boxing smokeris pionships. .I dow shade
next Thursday, August 23 and Phil Wrigley tells how tlffi! Cubs scheduled for August 29 and Many Triumph I i in the
dose the home season with the got their one good season out of the last Wednesday of every Other triumphs taken by Jax place "
Savannah Indians August 27. Lou Novikoff. They paid him five month thereafter. Candidateswere Navy this year include: the I Yvonne

All night frays at Myrtle Avenue bucks, cash, on the spot every requested to attend work- Georgia Open and Servicemen'sOpen shouted:
ball park, home of the Tars, time he struck out swinging. "All out daily at 1600 in the gymnas- the East Coast Service Yvonne DeCarlo :iiw' can

get underway at 2000, while Sun- we wanted to do was get him ium.Men men's Championship, the Flor a girl Well I won't. The man-
interested in a collegiate ida State Servicemen's Championship -
day afternoon frays are slated swinging, Wrigley explained ager showed her how to operatethe
for 1430. but somehow, P. l{. didn't reveal wrestling program were asked to the Pan-American Five massive steel shutters which
j just how many bu fks Lou received contact the Athletic and Recrea- Man Service Club Championship, could stop a Sherman tank as
.J I for "swinging." tion staff. and'the Great Southeastern Open easily as a Peeping Tom. The film

r The d'e beauty was effectively subdued
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Third Armored Division Assn.
.I>'Sjj ias -'I I.composed of men who helped lib- w
Guide erate Belgium, will give the-
divisipn's "Spearhead Award" to
:rt? \i.. MAINSIDE U-I's "Bright Victory." A human
i f" Thursday, August 16 I interest story of rehabilitation ofa
.: '' "The Dakota Kid"\Michael Chapin blinded vet.
I Quiz Kid-
'Friday, August 17 Bob Hawk asked a soldier
Pickup' ............ Beverly Michaels in contestant -
, to use "matrimony" a
_. t Saturday, August! 18 sentence. "Matrimony," said the
'a s "East Side of disgruntled serviceman, "is a
I Heaven" ....... Bing Crosby sentence" Spied in a record
.. Sunday, August 19 shop window: "Sale-Old Sol-
i "The Flying I diers Never Die-3-speeds" .
, ', Leathernecks" .. John Wajne Scotland went U. S. one better in

...., Monday, August 20 i, foodstuffs in film theatres. The
l-" "r "Golden Herd' .. ....David FanarTuew. I i Regal!, in Ayr, serves a lOc dish
v of fresh strawberries and cream
. r. and 'We l., Aug. 21-22
< i i brought to a patron's seat by an
"Meet Me After The usherette.
k Show" .. .............. ..Betty Grable r 4s -
.,. I
Thursday, August 16 Traliic
*A Place In The

t1< Sun" ....ElIzabeth Taylor Violations
' Friday, August 17
. "F aat Side of Listed below are the traffic
Heaven" .. Bing Crosby violations committed aboard this
Saturday, August 18 station for the 'period August 2 _
0) Pickup" ..... Beverly Michaels to August 9: >+j

," Sunday, August 19 .. Speeding: Lt. (jg) F E. Mooney :M
_* ;Grronimo" ..._... ..Preston Foster -- ---- their awards after copping the Sixth Naval District teamchampionship I Jr.; J. I.. Smith, SK2; I. T. ,<
2021I CRACK PISTOL TEAM-Displaying
Mon. and Tues., Aug.
; Timmons J. Fergusen.
along with awards from other meets, is Jax Nav1's topnotch pistol team. Left to ; 4
, -The Flying Jessie Blanton, Bob Preston, Allan Johns, Melvin Bell, Frank Richard, John Lucas Robert ]>JscelIaneous Offenses: C. W.
Leathernecks".John Wayne right are
,18 Jim Brogclen, James Carney and Don Siebern. The local pistol crew is eyeing the Caswell, AA; J. E. Secunde, AN; .
!August 22 Stringer,
A :
uI week-end. I J. E. Crawford; Tic. Laho
to be held this
... "Golden Herd" ....David". Farm Southeastern't'r" Regional meet

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Eight JAX AIR NEWS August 16, 1951 '

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CLASSIFIED Civil Service ,

If ee

a BULLETIN Lists ExamOpenings
(Items offering for sale article I
of property such as washing machines .

automobiles, furniture, radios -
and the like is -
clothing prohibited
Civil Service examinations now
by Defense Departmen within the Fifth U. S. Civil i
fi regulations. This column will, Service open Region include some pos-I r
however, list such services as itions from which vacancies at ia }
I: available housing, rides wanted will be filled..
lost and found articles, and othe 4EW LONDON SUBMARINE BASE, CONN,--Nearly 80 year activity
k tf' similar notices). ago a cigar-shaped monster propelled by a four cylinder gasoline engine Persons who file in these
FOR RENT was launched. It carried one officer five men, and three short examinations and who are appointed
as a result of such exam I
J' 2 unfurn. 4-rm. apts, 2322 Her torpedoes.
able mations will not acquire a competitive -
The craft was to submerge
: schel St. Mr. Peters. Ph. 6-764 only for short'periods of time and rine to breathe while submerged. Civil Service status. Ir-

or 2-5413. was considered of little, military AU obstructions, including deck formatiin concerning these
4 rms. & bath, Acosta and Barn, value. It was the first U. S. Navy are removed. The stream- examinations is given below for _..np ..
Riverside. I. N. Hagouil, Pfc the benefit of employees wh
74412. lining'results in increased under- may desire to attain an eligible World's First-Shown above
Turn 2051 Forbes St. Mrs Under the impetus of two world water speed and maneuverability, rating in these examinations and is the Air Force's new XF- [
,'j' J. C. Word. wars the submarine proved its Experiments are constantly be- who may have friends who are 92A research interctpter, theworld's
military significance. In W. W ing conducted on new duties for desirous of obtaining federal em first "Delta Wing" air- I
Bdrm & pvt. bath. 4243 Mar II subs sank almost two-thirds oJ the undersea crafts. They Include ployment. I craft. The strange looking ."

!',. quette Ave. Mrs. Johnson, Ph Japanese merchant tonnage and acting as: underwater troop-car- Filing of an application i in craft is powered with an Allison L
8.1048.5rm. accounted for almost one-third of rying transports, radar pic k e t these 'examinations. and attain J33-A-29 turbojet engine
iurn. apt., 2653 Ernest ,St, her naval losses. I subs which carry electronic search cnent of an eligible rating doe with afterburner. After test
a $75 per mo. Mrs. Rosenberg, Ph Versatility Plus I equipment, underwater oilers, car- not necessarily mean that such flights, the plane will be put
77192. The subs' versatility was testedin go submarines, subs capable of persons will be employed. Thes I through an ultra high sped re-

Single rm., 2737 Herschel St. C every theatre of operations. launching guided missiles, and an- examinations are announced for search program.
W. Metcalf, Ph. 28520. They scouted enemy waters, took tisubmarine submarines. (APTS). the purpose of maintaining an

Furn. 1-bdrm.. apt., 4503 Ortega reconnaissance photographs, land- eligible list from which futur I
t Fauna Circle. Major Richard, ed pre-invaslon, scouting parties, vacancies' may be filled in the
Ph. 2-J5617. supported guerillas in occupied various federal offices located'

;s.' 6-rm. furn. house, garage, 5102; countries, mined Japanese home UPP1YIDEUGIITS in this area.SStenographer*_ 1
waters and rescued downed airmen -
Appleton Ave., $100 per mo. 'J. I and Typist with
O. Jenkins, Shop 3327 0 & R. pay ranging from $2200 to $287.
4633 Wheeler< The Navy didn't rest on its rec- for
Furn. 2-rm. apt., per annum applications :
y Ave. Mrs. S. D. Graves, Ph. 2. ord. A secret German device these; positions will be accepte
4275. called the snorkel forestalled any until the needs of the service

(, Navy wife will share home with ost-war stagnation. And a race DANCE DOPE. The services ot lave been met. Persons desiring,
E' couple, 4638 Wheeler Ave Mrs, for underwater supremacy began. Abe Livert and his orchestra to file in these examination: The picnic last Saturday wasa
k A R. Long. The result was the Guppy. If have been secured for Supply'' should file card form 5000AI lot of fun, despite the rain.
7-rm. (urn. house, 2-car garage I, P. Holland, Inventor of the first forthcoming hop, the seventh of vith the Board of U. S. Civi I" The turnout wasn't as expected: ,
[, So. end of Jax Beach. Avail submarine, were to come face to next month. Abe's band has beenon service Examiners, U. S. Navatic especially from Maintenance-
Ponte face with one, he would be prompted duty out at San Station Jacksonville I
{ Sept. 15, $150 plus utll, frequent what happened?
tt Vedra 6-4133. Mrs. Come. to a.sk'hat is it? Jose and Timuquana Country da, Building 907. I Sam Graham of Maintenance -

Furn. 2-rm; apt., 2056 Dellwood Slick, StreamlinedThe Clubs, and according to audit- Aircraft Mechanic, has returned from the mountains "
.I Ave. Mrs. G. L. Loggins. Guppy (short for Greater. loners Bettye Lotz and Kenneth vith pay ranging from $1.63 to of North Carolina looking fit asa
Underwater Propulsion Power) is McDuffie you'll be pleased with $11.85 hour-applications foi:
Single: & dble. rms., 1447 Avondale per fiddle, but believe it or not, he
t Ave. Reas. Mrs. Lee a slick, streamlined ship, capable Abe's September songs. his position will be accepted until hasn't been fishing in the two
} Schultz, Ph. 25930.: of indefinite submergence and rev- rickets, at $1.50 (tax included) close of business on 22 August weels past. Sorry to hear that II

r 5-rm. unfurn. brick home 5033 olutionary speeds underwater.It single or couple, go on sale today ; 1951. Persons desiring tc Bill Jones (Radio Shop) has gone -
.. is equipped with the snorkel the ducats tile in this examination should
+ Appleton Lakeshore. Mrs. Davis Those hawking to the hospital for an operation.
Ph. 7-5090: after 1700. a basket-like affair rising from throughout the Department are: ile application Form 60 with
P&E Sec-
" Frank McKinley (
deck that enables the subma- S. Civil Service
I' Unfurn. 2-bdrm. house, $70 per he Third Floor-Betty Lotz (Dis- he Board of U.
week's leave.
tion) is off on
mo., 2155:> > W. 17th St. Mr. Lamb, patch office), Oretha Wilkins Examiners: U. S. Naval Air Station Florence Brown has taken off a
a Ph. 81155. (Stock Control), and John Col- Jacksonville, Florida, Building week resting Meriam Den
, Single rm. adj. bath, 3816 Walsh. DependentsContinued; vin (Procurement); Second deck 907, prior to close of business mark says she up.needs a month
; Mrs. R. A. Brown, Ph. 2-0129. ((Fiscal)-Harry Hardwick; First 22 August.
; ( from Page 1) Storekeeper (General with pay off.. Faunce McCully -Design)
;.-, 2-bdrm. unfurn. house, $75 per Tloor-Peggy Bryan and Ken has had his share of family sick
$2450 to $2650
mo., 5248 Woodrest Rd. Lt. ide.All dependents of Naval personnel McDuffie, both from Traffic. anging from for this per ness. First he was in the hospital
t" ;. Smith, Cecil Field Ext. 320. In this area are urged to take North Area (other than traffic]) nnum examination- applications will be received, un.il Monday one of his sons returned -

2-rm. furn. apt., 1855 Hamilton advantage of this opportunity. -George Dwelle; South Area- the needs of the service have home after an operationand
St. Mrs. Claude Massey, Ph. 8- Early diagnosis of tuberculosis is Frank Wood; and the Rover Boy been met. Persons desiring tc he expects his wife home
-Walter Rodgers (Inventory). J
2233. absolutely essential in the proper lie in this examination should from the hospital this week. ,
Some sort of floor show is being -
Single rm., kitchen priv., 2836 ontrol of the disease. This program j lie application Form 57 together There is certainly an unlucky
art Post St. Frances Theus, Ph. 2- will assure early diagnosis. tentatively planned, if troupers with card 5001ABC with the number with him. I

4261 after 1700. can rounded up, and some Board of U. S. Civil Service Chief Clerk, Dub Stembridge,
of the dance committee are -
Furn. apt., bdrm. & share kitchen and ;Examiners, U. S. Naval Air Sta- is on leave this week; also Tom
for local
Lakeshore. Mrs. LaGrand, Ph. 60 Air Boots Jax now talent. department ion, Jacksonville,. Florida, Build Cowan of the Furniture Ware-

2-7216. t ing 907.Clerk. house.. Lcdr William T Maley
FOR SALE (Continued from Page 1) GS-1 through GS-4,, (assistant Public Works officer)
6-rm. brkk house, Murray Hill. Cove Springs Naval Station. Must-Give NotificationOf nth pay ranging from $2200; tc and. family have gone to Mass-

.. GI financed. 'Mrs. Cunningham, Captain Sharp then inspected Insurance Renewals $2875 per annum- applicationsor achusetts, vacationing. for three
Ext. 8118 or Ph. 8-9274. after he sixty men. this examination will be ac weeks.
, 1700. Each recruit stepped forwards All military and civilian personnel epted until the need of the service Glad to see Lcdr. James Dar I
r}. 2-bdrm. home, garage, 2725 W. his name was called to receive are reminded again to have been met. Persons desiring nell, who is confined to the Naval '10
Lakeshore Bhd. Call Burke, his diploma which was present renewal of automobile [ to file in this examination Hospital, at the picnic Saturday ,
Ext. 575 or Ph. 2-3487 after printed especially for the oc- lability insurance policies to should submit application card with his family. He's really getting J
., 1700. asion. When the last diploma he Yard Office within 71- hours form 5000AB to the Fifth U. S., around these days. That :
3-bdrm. house, Country Club Estates vas presented, the band played if expiration date of old policies. Civil' Service Region, 5 Forsytht. broken leg hasn't held him down ..
4334 Forrest Park Rd. the National Anthem, the colors Failure to do so will constitutei .. N. W., Atlanta 3, Georgia. vet; .
a Comdr Snyder, Ext. 336. vere marched off, and the re- traffic violation.I Additional information concerning Welcome aboard to Lcdr. William -
Y Unfurn. 5-rm. bungalow, F H A juits paraded out of the hangar. I these examinations maybe Morrill who reported in last f r I
loan. Mrs. Evans. 861 Erie St. -- obtained from the Board ofU. week and Lt. (jg) Donald Taber

$7,350. Ph. 2-0413. T. S., Civil Serlvce Examiners, who joined us this week. We f
MISCELLANEOUSBaby : xtensun 684, Building 907.. hope they enjoy their tour of { i
,.979 .
i >
Sitter, Margaret Hobbs, iuty with us. '
Dewey Park Ph. 3-0173. _
Ride wanted from South Side to Free: Insurance higher than brothers and sisters i i iIn

NAS, 0800-1600. Frances Law- r the list of relatives eligible to
-,'e, son, Ext. 676. (Continued from Page 2) recehe your free indemnity. Lack-
:Baby sitter, any evening or after- thlld or children, ((3)) patents, ng instructions from you, the
noon until Sept 4. Jennell (1)l brothers,. or sisters Government will pay the highest-
Schultz, 1215 B. Hancock, Ext. Banking relative. I
8326. Q. What if your beneficiary die Q. Can the beneficiary avitgn. "
Ride wanted-Spring Park Manor,. before you do, or before the 10year lU Interest in your death liens.-
So. Side to NAS. Betty Brad- series of payments I* fin. fUll to anyone else? ti
dock, 0730-1600. Ext 614, 18hed?
Ride wanted to NAS, vicinity Talbot A. If you have not named a con- A. The ,beneficiary's rights cane
>- assigned only to another person -
ngent beneficiary, then the Vet-
& Fitch Sts, 08001630. K. list of
within the "permitted"
Administration will decide
A. Floreus, Ph. 27473. ans
hich of relatives is.next inthe lose: relatives. For instance your
Lost in of
-$93 vicinity Saratoga k
widow could assign the. payment.to
list of eligibility, and pay-
and Intersection
t Wasp money mother, but not to her
in roll. Contact John Joyner, icnts will start going to that per- your
nother However, an assignment ..
Trans. Bldg. 125, Ext. 471. Re- son.Q. written consent from all
ward if returned. What if the death of a bene- equires
.. r- rlary leaves no living relative Inthe elatlvefl with equal, or greater .
eligibility list r priority.
__ A, The payments will be Q. Mill there he any dividend '
DIVINESERVICES w opped. No payments will be under automatic Indemnity? j

made to the estate of a dead per.lon A. No. '

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; Q. If I have a $),000 NSLI poU.cy Branch? 91 FRA Meets'
AT TilE STATION CHAPELS and am eligible to add $5,000

Protestant of! free Indemnity to It, will the text WednesdayThe
beneficiary of the indemnity au-
0830-Morning I Services, All- matlcally be the same a* the next regular meeting ot

;., Saints Chapel. NSLI benefkiary Branch( 91, Fleet Reserve' Asso-
x 0915-Naval Hospital ChapeL A. No. The indemnity entirely lation will be herd at 2000 ,Wednesday -
efi 1045-All Saints ChapeL e separate from the Insurance, August 22, at the American :'- ,
Catholic and the beneficiary will not be Legion Post 9 Club, 311 West -

0830 and 0930-Mass, St. Ed-' carried over from one of the other. )/uval street.Nominations.

;, ward's Chapel. CASE OF THE VANISHING HORIZON-The "tilting chair", For instance, if your brother isthe of delegates that
0030-St. Edwards' Chapel (Catechism an experimental device constructed by aero;;medical scientists, Is beneficiary of the NSLI poll will appear at the forthcoming
Class). I being used at Randolph Field, Tex., to solve the mystery of the cy, but your parents are still living conventIOn will be. in order, alsq "
1030-Mass, St. Edward's ChapeL vanishing horizon. Doctors believe that an object viewed in dark- the free indemnity would be : a 1 discussion of national resolu- \
0615-Mass at Hospital ChapeL ness will disappear when looked at steadily-such as when pilots aid to your parents ,unless youhad ions, plus items of other Interest.
Mormon scan the horizon for hours. The various angle of the chair are designed specified that it should,'go. toyour I All''members are urged to at.
Small ChapeU -I to dispel temporary blindness bjr changing the illumination brother n"!:.: ,., ?-i<- : end, as' this will be the last

Wednesday-1930-at I in the retina of the eye. This is because I, .: irsnksl' ,rceeting: before, the convention. ti

o. ,,. v 'iIPage
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