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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 30, 1951
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Anchorage Bears

,

Brunt of Crowd

:

, : After Work Day

Commencing Saturday,
. It the Navy Exchange Foun-

.., tain and Restaurant in
Building No. 3 will close

'J :' daily at 1700.A .
..,
,
decrease in business after
1700 in the last:; month laid
.. mostly to the opening of
the Anchorage, caused Navy
Exchange officials to changethe
) closing time.

The fountain and restaurant -
-:. '" has been open from 0730to
2200 Mondays through Fridays
X>" ,. .. 7"--M .._____nnnn_ from 1000 to 2200 Saturdays

STRETCHING RUNWAY-Leveling: of several acres of woodland produced the above cleared section at the west end of the Naval and from 1400 to 2200

..t Air Station runway, where a 1,600-foot extension will be constructed. A 500-foot extension at the east end is also underway with Sundays. the fountain
Under the change,
, dredging 600,000 cubic yards.. of sand from the St. John's River to be used as "fill". The runways are being: extended to accommodate and restaurant will be

jet aircraft. open from 0730 to 1700 Mon
days through Fridays and
23 Students..Win from 1000 to 1700 Saturdaysand
I Sundays. These new hoursgo

II into. effect this Saturday.With .
Right To Attend II the announcement of
I the facility's new hours, Navy
Exchange officials disclosedthat

Prep AcademyTwenty I ,, complete food and beverage
services will be available

three students of VOL-9 No. 22 Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida August 30, 1951 until at 2300.the Anchorage nightly

the Naval Air Technical. : "As it is now" explained

Training: Center have been \ "51c5: 2' 2M' $ a'q. Men on Leave i. Lcdr, John M. Lewis, Navy
selected to' attend the Naval, Exchange Officer of NAS, "the
a has'all the facili-
ajC Anchorage
Academy Preparatory School Must Give Up ties, excepting fountain serv-
S
at Bainbridge, :Md. h ice, that the fountain and res-

This constitutes a record for taurant now has.
this area in view of the fact that, Mess Passes "If a demand" warrants it,
however, he continued,
only 240 men were chosen out of
the entire Navy All enlisted personnel de- "fountain service will be in-
stalled in the Anchorage. Butno
Fifty men were eligible at the parting on authorized leave such demand has arisen
.. Center for the examina
Training from NAS must surrender there yet."
tions. All were non-rated men The Anchorage which is
their general mess passesto
with the exception of one thin
from 1630 to 2300 Sundays
open
the OfficeroftheDay.This .
class petty officer. through Thursdays and
The large number of successful procedure became effective from 1630 to 2400- Fridays and
'
: '., candidates is attributed, it is last Friday by a directive Saturdays, offers steaks, fried
pointed out, to the fact that the issued by Lt. George S. Holton, shrimp, fried chicken, sand
Center r'receives such a high cal Personnel Officer of the Naval wiches, cold drinks, beer and
ibre of personnel for training; Air Station. some ice cream, but no sun
The General Classification Test Previously, enlisted men pro- daes, sodas, or milk shakes.
average for the entire Navy i is ceeding on leave were occas- The fountain and restaurant,
approximately 50, while average ionly permitted to remain i in the meantime will continueto
GCT for the personnel of the aboard the station during leave offer sundaes, milk shakes,
Center is 62. and subsist on the general sodas, ice cream cold drinks,
This average is considered< mess. When the leave expired, sandwiches, platters, candy
rather outstanding since the Navy; said personnel could then col- and magazines
considers a GCT of 73 as -representative lect leave rations for the per-
-------- -
of the top seven percent : iod of authorized leave, even
+ of its personnel. The average kilL though they had subsisted on 'Continue Marine
GCT of the accepted candidate I the general mess. I'I'I I

for the Navy Preparatory school The new directive rescinds i
is 63. this practice. Hereafter the Reserves Release

The twenty three men have already : ___. _______._r.__n__ : ?6 Officer-of-the-Day or his representative -
received orders from the STKAPPiO FOit U"VIVAL-Iulalja:: Lunsford SA, of Durham will retain a man's
Center and at this time are en N. C., one of a group of WAVES who recently attended WAVE general mess pass until he Under Provisions
route to Bainbridge. They will go Reserve Recruit Training School here, smilingly submits to being checks back from leave. At
through an extensive course of strapped into a "Mae West" following lecture on survival. Peggy that time, the general mess Five Mar i n e Reservists
instruction starting in September Riggs, SR, also of Durham, stands by as Chief Machinist Chester pass will be returned to the aboard. the Naval Air Stationre
and ending in June. They: Morrissey of Fasron 109 demonstrates the survival equipment.. man. to be released from active
then will be given a final tes r In addition the directive
., ,,. to choose the candidates for the< I provides that the leave papersof sty status within the next
Naval Academy at Annapolis, personnel on commuted ra- four weeks under provisions
Md. Out of the entire group of Station Will Join In tions will i be prominently of a Marine Corps Reserve
240 men, 160 will be picked to go< marked "commuted rations" by lirective.

to the Academy.Try the leave yeoman, in which Two of the reservists are slated
'.. case the man does not possess this
Saturday
to be mustered out ,
a general mess pass.Weather yhile two others are to be released -
Defense Bond Drive I .
To Get Your II in two Weeks. The fiftlman \
OutlookContinued is scheduled to be mustered -

Copy In Early!! In conjunction with the intensive Defense Bond Driveall s out on Oct. 1.
and civilian hot, with a little rain To be released Saturday are
Although the Jax Air News to be launched in September, military pery and a little cooler Sunday is the I Ipl. Cecil Elder and Cpl. James
staff is confronted with a holiday sonnel here will be individualtake polled to enable everyone to weatherman's forecast for this A. Ferguson, both of the Marine
Monday in the midst of its advantage of the Defer se Bond Payroll Savings Pro- coming weekend.FridayContinued. arracks.( S/Sgt. Thomas V. Fitz-
preparation of next week's is- warm, partly gerald and S/Sgt Charles W.
sue-the Air News will appearas gram. oi cloudy, scattered afternoon tainey, both of the Marine Air
the four day period
scheduled on Thursday, Sep During civilian June drivZthe percentage was showers. Detachment> at NATTCenter, are
24-28
tember 6. September repre mustered out 19
Bond 49.5 per cent. SaturdaySame.SundayPartly to be on Sept.
the Savings
of
", Since the station will observe Drive sentatives will contact each civilian In the coming drive, which is cloudy skies, and Sept 12 respectively.
Monday as a legal holiday presently not enrolled in the Pay. (Please Turn to Page 2, Col._ 5) somewhat cooler. The fifth reservist, Cpl. George
and the Jax Afr News of- roll Savings Program while similar L. Thrash, of the Marine Barracks -
fices will be closed all unit campaigns will be made is slated for release oa
and division public information within various military units: October 1.All.
offices, along with other here. "Priority One"
contributors are asked to getas Personal Contact All five men are classified as
much of their copy as possible one" veterans, as stipulated -
priority
A two-fold gain will be realized
and
editor
to the today
directive. In other
the
from this personal approach,, in
Friday. officials state. The national pro words, since they are World War
Special arrangements have will be aided immeasurably II veterans and were called upfor
been made with the engraver gram to 15,
and at the same time individuals active duty prior Sept.
,.., ( whereby photos may be accepted will be given an opportunity to 950, they are eligible for release
I by. 0800 Tuesday, one make a wise investment for the at this time.
I day later.than usual. future. In the case of Cpl. Thrash, how'er -
I But dta'dfme for copy can- President Truman will initiate he was called up for active
not be changed, since the paper the national program on Labor duty! prior to Oct. 4, 1950. Hence
'1 will 'be printed as usualon Day when he addresses the na- being a World War II veteran, he
Wednesday, for delivery ,tl0n stressing the huge govern- is eligible on Oct. 1.
Thursday. t4 expenditures for defenses Stipulations ListedAs
All hands are requested to' and the resultant need Marine
stated in the directive.
cooperate. 'scale participation in the reservists who are veteran

Savings Program and are 26 years old and older
is Pointed Out. also for release atthis
are eligible
To Obser
Station defense bonds is one time. No one aboard the sta-
, ective actions that ion meets this requirement according -
Holiday Monday take today to help"inflation to the Marine Personnel
and toeconomy
r.t }
I NAS Jacksonville will obvBervjf ; aiat, opal Office The, age stipulation has caused
Labor Day, Monday, to'i1 ties who hope much misunderstanding among
i Setember, as a legal holiday for llment this personnel> though, a spokesman
'W ajQU,day's respite from of for the personnel office reported.
attention of this
INFO Holding group
HAND -
.. civilian FlKSf
: aioug
*t ', B ior Explorer Scouts is Lane Waldrop, AD2, of NARTU who He said that many Marine per.
iepresently -
ssary guard, the lads first hand know-how of propeller operation. The sen-I onnel 26 years old,, and older
lti ns
) 64 ts
rnamten- have "claimed they were eligibly
received such Instructions during their week-long stay
> many
't rformed attained (Please Turn to Page S, Col. 2),
last week
r Bond drives a.eer l "
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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS August 30 1951Published
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\ L-. -- $5. Million Slated For Housing Repairs -


every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air

Station. Jacksonville. Fla.NAS, Jacksonville Senate Approves Amusement Tax ExemptionBy

Cant. Douglas T. Day Commanding Officer ,
Armed Forces Press Service :
Comdr. James H. Armstrong ___ ___ h__ _..._,Executive Officer A $S million program of maior repairs and D.ame C.: Headquarters USAF, Washington 25,
Lt. Gordon D. Walker__________..Public Information Officer rehabilitation of Navy and Marine Corps housing .
Fleet Air Jacksonville is slated for accomplishment during the The Veterans Administration has presenteda
Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison ._Commander next twelve months. For the most part the $600 award to Hubert C. Nomile, Fort Worth .
Capt. Alien Smith Chief of Staff repair and rehabilitation work will consistof Texas chemist who developed a process
Fleet Air Wing Eleven roof repairs, drainage control exterior which prevents wool blankets from shrinking
Capt. Jesse S. McClure _._.___.__ Commander painting, boiler repairs, replaced flooring replaced when washed. His invention involves use of an
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton___, Chief Staff Officer heating and correction of electrical emulsion to which the blankets are dipped.
Natal Air Technical Training Center conduits. This forms a protective coating which pre
a S 5
Capt. Lester K. Rice ..._...__......... -... Commanding Officer vents the woolen cells from breaking down #
Comor John A. Gamon Jr. ___...' ...... .. Executive Officer The Senante Finance Committee has approved when hot water is.applied.. .
a bill exempting Service personnelfrom
Naval Hospital the 20% federal admission tax on amusements The Navy has established a quota of 750
Capt Dwight. Wharton Commanding Officer to which they otherwise would be ad- Officer Candidates every two months to attend
Capt. Guy E. Stahr Executive Officer mitted free. The House already has passedthe the OCS at Newport K. I. First class

NARTU measure. under the new quota is scheduled to convene
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp ___Commanding Officer Nov. 26. OCS applications are being accepted
Comdr. Anthony Trusso____.. ..Executive Officer The Army has authorized temporary pro from Regular and Reserve enlisted personneland
motion of enlisted personnel without regardto qualified civilians. A new shoulder insignia .
Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration local grade vacancies or major command for OC's has been adopted, consistingof
building. Phone extension 8184. promotion ceilings, provided the individual the block letters "OC" on a two-inch square '
Editor-Andrew H Pianey meets promotion requirements prescribed in background.
Staff Members: Terry Ziegler SA; Gerald Hjnes SN; Mary Paragraph 3, SR 615-25-50, dated May 1951. S .
Bixiones, SN. Commanders of units serving in Korea for The Defense Department has established a
The JAX AIR NEWS II published werftijr at the U. S. Naval Air Station
which officer is the Defense
Jacksonville Florida. and printed commercially with appropriated funds a general assigned or authorized Advisory Committee on Women in
at no expanse to the government and In compliance I with NAVEXOS P-33. Rev commander are empowered to pro the Service. The group is composed of 48
Nov. 190 Copies are distributed free ot charge at the Naval Air Station the mote enlisted personnel one grade without women leaders in education business, law,
Naval Air Reserve framing, Unit Naval AuxllUrr Air Station. Cecil Field and regard to local grade vacancy or major com journalism, and other fields.
the U. S. Naval Hosrital.The
.
JAX AIR NEWS U a member cf the Armed Force Press Sl'rllce..AFt'S mand ceiling 'in recognition of a specific:
material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe combat action of extraordinary or heroic na- The Reading, Pa., Municipal Airport has
written permission of Aimed Forcer Press Service Republication of other ture." been renamed Gen. Carl A. Spaatz Airport in
la without permission of .
matter except by service publication piohiblted honor of the
retired Air Chief
Idltor: JAX AIR NEWS of Staff a native
All personnel of the Military District of of Berks County, Pa
Washington who are unable to swim are being *
Vessels To. Be required to take swimming instruction. The House has adopted and sent to the
.
II White House a bill to furnish gold star lapel
The Air Force Surgeon General's office has buttons at government expense for widows
: Fully Armed 'been moved from the Pentagon to Temporary and surviving parents of Service personnelwho
Building No 8, 3800 Newark St., NW, Washington lose their lives in war. The Senate already
D. C. The mail address remains the has passed the bill.
Navy Reveals : -- -


i For the first time in peace-time I 1IIeend Navy Viking
r | history, Coast Guard and MilitarySea .
Transportation Service ships
will be fully armed against possible Rocket Gains

submarine attacks, a Congressional 1IIin'17 f Nora
committee has disclosed
BAPTISM IN KOREA-Theo from New Heights .

dore M. Hopkins, 11M3 left of Approximately 126 vessels are ,
which History was made when the
included in this
Lansing, Mich, is shown conducting program* U. S. Martin VII
250000 Navy's Viking
will cost an estimated $10, -r MSHTU
a baptismal service ina for the first fiscal 'ear. Another single-stage rocket soared to a
.... _._ __. _
Korean river for Marine '- record height of 135: miles. Evenas
*o ships ate Biaivu iv */*; acme\' I
Corps Corporal Curtiss Cald- at a later date.A'Onting WING STAFF 74 TU Jax. the dust was settling from this
astounding flight, military rocket
well, right. In center is Chap- to the Navy this Weight factors of Wing Staff, I
lain Lcdr. John E. Hollings- Is part of a long range programand competition for the Noel Davis Billy C. Reed, AA of the Sup experts
isn't the result of any Trophy are announced as following ply Department has had a promotion were at
worth, (former Chaplain at change In the present' world : in his civilian occupatIOn.lie I work pre.paring

Naval Hospital Jacksonville), situation. Originally discussedIn Annual Military Inspection, attendance is now Merchandising Rep- ; a
supervising sen ice. Hopkins, secret hearing held last and appearance 10 resentive fur Armour and Com new test

a theological student, is assistant May the plans base been made points; Drill i attendance, 15 pany for Jacksonville Jackson- which i fsuccts
I sful
public. points; Annual training duty attendance ville Beach and St Augustine ,
to the chaplain. The ships, to be fortified with I at least 50% of complement Congratulations are in order for will shatterall
three-inch guns, sonar submarine must attend, 20 points; Lee J. Porter who has made the existing
detecting devices and communications I Officer Training program, 10 Jump from SN to AF3. records.

New Improved equipment are those I points; Enlisted training program Mary Christine Kissel YNT3of The cur-
which would normally be assigned I 20 points; Support of Miami Beach, Florida, has 'I rent altitude -
: to the combat forces. The I squadron, 20 points; Organization joined Air Wing Staff 74. Miss record
Armor Tanks immediate program calls for arming I 15 points; Files and train Kissel is a senior at the University for rocketsis
101 Coast Guard ships (previously ing records, 10 points. of Miami, majoring in Jour held by
I not equipped for anti-sub All hands should note that nalism and was former college the "WAC" ,
For U. S. I warfare) and.25 cargo vessels and they can contribute to almostall correspondent for the Miami Corp oral,
Army tankers of the MSTS. of the above factors in earn Herald and is now the college I a two-stage
I Present fast carrier task forces, est efforts to attend drills and do correspondent for the Miami rocketwh1
Washington (AFPs) A new emphasizing anti-submarine war. the job asigned. The commanding Daily News writing two columns c h
array of tanks and armored combat fare, will be augmented by the officer has really worked on weekly. During the war, she was \lklng Ml climbed to .
altitude
vehicles will be produced under I. addition of armed CG and :MSTS organizing and setting up the the country's outstanding war Defense Deptof an
terms of the Army's pending craft to keep U. S. sea lanes openin Wing Staff So let's follow bond seller and received recognition 250 miles
$20,762,000,000 modernization bud the advent of future warfare. through and win the Noel Davis from the Navy Depart last November.A .
get, :Maj. Gen. E. I* Ford, Chief I (AFPS) Trophy for Wing Staff-74, NAR- ment for outstanding work. Upon single-stage locket is one in
I which the of the
of Ordnance, told a House Appropriations assignment to the Wing Staff she only power
Committee recently. : applied for annual cruise and rocket itself I 19 used as a propel-
I On I assisted VP FASRon 745 in her lant. In a two-stage rocket, suchas
Among new armored developments I Work Progressing yeoman capacity the WAC Corporal, a "mother
isa light tank the Walker I rocket' carries it to a certain
We also welcome aboard Aubrey
which can fire accurately -
Bulldog height and then the WAC Cor-
J. Grier, AFC, of Rockledge,
on the run. Named for the I
is launched from
the mother
poral -
late Gen. Walton If Walker, the Fla., and Kenneth Brannon, Jr.,
I Extension of RunwaysIncreasing AA of Jacksonville. rocket, continuing the upward
tank will have a top speed of 40 I climb.

rnilcs an hour. CV FASRON 741 Experts estimated that tile.. ,
General Ford also described: I activity at both ends of the NAS runway are indicative We regret very much that several Viking VII hit a speed of 4,100
J. An armored infantry carrier of the speed with which the expansion project to accommodate keepers are leaving, and miles an hour. The missile landed]
speed 37 mile an hour I! jet aircraft is being carried on.___ i wish them the best of luck in I 40 miles from the launching site.
which can carry 12 men into I, At the east end, where an extension their new assignments.. Their The flight into pace was
combat behind armor plat.It of 500 feet will be made by the excavation. In addition fine cooperation in the past is I planned and executed to record
will be built on a light tank I I an estimated 600,000 cubic yards Public Works is building a new I appreciated.A data on temperature, pressure and

r, c'ha.IIfl. of river bottom is being pumped drainage system in the area. new man has been added to I densities of the upper atmosphere
2. An improved version of the from the St. John's River for Constructing Rail SpurA the squadron-James L. McRae and to detect cosmic and 'soft'
! M-46 1'atton tank, bearing a I use as fill'. The area is soft and AR of Fernandina, Florida X-ray radiation in the ionospherean
JK>-ITWU gun. marshy and the dredge 'Phil temporary railroad spur: is I Added to the list of chiefs was I ( active area about 25 miles
' 3. A new ,type l JI'.mm self- adelphia" owned by the Amer- now being run by the contractors "J E' Bonner, ADECAT), who above the earth).
howitzer, on a medi I ican Dredging Company which to the sites selected for the was advanced this week-end after I According .te), the 'power thrust ..
, um-tank propelled: chassis.4.i holds the contract, will probably concrete and asphalt plants. being in the squadron since of the missile, expert.,'believe
, carriage be operating for the next four When complete the runway will I February, 1948. : that as a war weapon the Viking
An amphibious
i weeks. be surfaced with black top except I A future prospect for the Organized Vila 48-foot needle-tike body
and & half tons of
one
, arryhi for a 600 foot section at each would have of 370 miles.
: I To Store Fuel I Reserve is a seven pound a range .
!' l ylo ulf vnich would be particularly end which will be paved with I A
useful in Alaska or I Part of the mud and silt strip three ounce boy born to Lt and --* '
I from the surface of the river concrete sufficient to bear the Mrs. Harry T. Rodgers. Anothernew I
ped
of mud
or heavy
other areas bed has been stored in a dammedarea impact of the jets as they come arrival is a girl, to Lt. a I ration Will 1iUnued .
"now. I to be used later as covering in for landing. Mrs. William V. Chappell. ? R .
The Army's guided missile and for the four 13,500-barrel jet fuel The completion date is now One of our number ha from Page 1)
rocket programs are steadily advancing storage tanks now under con scheduled for mid-March 1952. strictly all out for de in scope, fend which
with new improvementsin struction. Foundations have already 'Lawrence W. Yonge, gets under way Sept.
each class of weapon Gen. been laid and erection of flies his own plane, in,, el will again be con- <,

f. Ford revealed.' ._ the steel tanks is expected to 17 Chaplain CasualtiesNew f end drills. .. .In an win invest in U. S. First' De-
: start about midSeptember.The muster proved ; Bonds. .
l' Officers' Wives To Meet laying of an 18-inch fuel York (AFTS)-Fhe Army ture the FasRoav !1 'press, radio, television and
line from the station to Cecil working sectiQM cat. media have pledged their
The first monthly meeting of chaplains have been killed in the
Mot" and efforts to carry>
Field will probably get under- ends. e.1S1J i cooperation .
I the Officers' Wives Club is slated way about the same time. Korean fighting five more are I the Defense Bonds message i:to.

for Sept 5 at 1300 at the Officers' Meanwhile] grading of the west listed M missing in action, and : Alpeaa, a in 154000,000 Amerka 4l.j: ". : ,. :
Club. end of the NAS runway has lev- seven have ben wounded, Maj. Grace,t*: ey I Theme of the drtV a
All wives are urged to attend. eled several acres of woodland, Gen. Chief of couldo" g fire I is Everybody's J If.I
Roy Parker Army
Reservations' can be made by cut away from Jour to six feet ,to. it was in I fun i* "Make ,,
calling the club by Tuesday, September I and necessitated the lowering of j I II Chaplains, said on a recent visit tealing aerr' I Unite41 I "

4. 'I sewage and power lines exposed here. Bonds. 1. 1, s bh

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30, 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Threa


JOQO Delegates To Invade lax

Station


F Dialogue National! Convention of FRI


THE "FREE INSURANCE" LAW


civilian an("Station opportunity personnel Dialogue"for of NAS military provides to voice and Slated For Jax Sept11-3 .41. T 11. 1


their opinion on a question put to

them by a Jax Air News" report- Some one-thousand delegates of the Fleet Reserve Association -

er), scattered throughout (Editor's Note: To clarify any questions which station personnel *
135 chapters
representing might have concerning the free insurance they are entitled to,
Today's question Is: "If you the country, will converge upon Jacksonville this Labor Day under the provisions of Public Law 23, the Jax Air News offers tods'Part ;

had a choice of a particular profession week-end for their 21th annual, national convention.The Three in a series of comprehensive questions and answers ana-

and would be guaranteed national- meeting, first ever lyzing all aspects of the act Taken from Armed Forces Talk 376,

security In that job for life, what held here, is expected to attracta the series covers the Free Insurance Law completely and It is suggested
profession would you selet full scale turnout of enlistedmen that servicemen clip and save the articles as handy referenced

\ within reason' of course?" I' of all Navy activities in this when queries arise regarding what benefits are' to be derived from

I area. Public Law 23).
I Harold Miller, AA, VP-741: "I'
Rear Adm. Charles C. Hart-

_, ____ would..---- say -state---- man, Deputy Chief of Naval Wfml About NSLI Already' Owned?,
policeman. I've Operations (Administration) ar-

always been In- rived from Washington D. C to So far we have described the I
deliver the principal address at policies you can obtain coverage
new insurance and indemnity plan
terested in the the opening ceremonies slated at provided in Public Law 23. We again by paying two premiums,
mechanisms as the George Washington Hotel at the one in default and a currentone
have been talking about the coverage
sociated with 1000 Saturday. I f tea ji given to men who had no On others you must pay all
Admiral Ilartman Speaks ,4
law enforcement.The USGLI or NSLI insurance, or did the unpaid premiums.)
Admiral Hartman, who will bea not have the full $10,000 coverage Q. What If I once had an ?'JS.
opportuni-
guest of the Naval Air Station from 27 July 1950, or who LI or U&GLl term policj, but It
tl tq his stay in Jacksonville,
are during
es grea
t..S. w: did not enter the Armed Forces ha expired?
Miller and the pay Is has which a long began and back illustrious in 1916 career when until after April 25, 1951. You A. You cannot get a new

I -iI''ft. .sufficient.. he was graduated from the Naval have noted for that it is studded who have withexceptions NSLI or USGLI policy now.

Academy. During World War II personnel q. What if the tOm01 my
Raymond R, Velez ATS. VP-5.: government policies already in effect -
he served as Commander Des policy expires while I am on active -

"Radio would be troyer Division 16 and Destroyer j duty, and whale 1 am taking
law's main
15. Here are the new of the waiver of premiums *
Squadron advantage
the field that attracts \
for existing
policies
provisions
In addition to the address by ?
me. I like Q. How does the law protect
Admiral Hartman opening cere- will
A. Your term insurance
of Rear Adm. Hartman my present NSLI or I'SGLl policy -
that type
monies will also feature an ad- be automatically renewed for another *
work and under- dress of welcome by Mayor Hay-i ? and'the waiv- '
"I. national officers of the Fleet Reserve A. The f ina paragraph of 5-year period .
the don Burns of Jacksonville and will continue. However, if you '
stand that I Association and the Auxiliary Public Law 23 gives this guarantee er
an address by Samuel Rose, I will did not waive the payment oC
opportunities foradvancement Chief of Contact division Cen- The Ladies Auxiliary of rights to holders of either
and policy expires .
president's luncheon al premiums your
a
are tral Office, Veterans Adminis give USGLI or NSLI policies
1300, with the convention reassembling contained in this before you are discharged.
.... : tration., The first day of the convention Nothing
will be to for
many. eligible apply
\i--.r; at 1400 to remain in Act shall be construed to cancelor you
will be climaxed
by a session until all business is com- the same type of Insurance with-
I restrict rights under insurance
any
gala dance at 2100 in the audi in 120 days after discharge.
eted. your
Exchange em- contracts issued on or
Faye Craft, Navy torium of the George Washington -
in
_
if show that are good
ployee.: 1 me Hotel. he "Convention Dance", which prior to the date of this enact you you

4P profession of a Special events for the aec 41 axes the first day's program,,,I ment. health. *

buyer fpr a na- day s festivities include a'co' I be a gala affair, thrown In other words, the new law If NSLI! policy'way
q.hat
my
all members and non- makes no change in jour old In-
tionally known tail party from 1530 ,t't lapsed when Public Law 2.1
firm, such as the American Legion: '. and their wives. surance. took effect?

.. Sak's of Fifth West Duval and a',ha uf.d..$fa I .to tes meeting here in the A. You still have the right; to
Avenue, appealsto show at 2000' 1 .>i (r 1 session will come from Q. What U the difference between reinstate it under NSLI rules, at

me. It offersa of the Hotel. I ,. f Ar)(: branches of the Associa an "expired" policy" and a time before it expires
any
chance to travel Full rro ,tlaPJUIIQ., ) ,tion throughout the United "lapsed" one?
meet new Final day' ,i a \1 7! States and its possessions. The A. An expired policy is one on I q. What should I do to gf't'th..

--- people and come ber 3rd, ,wyltelectoj % :be',! ..urg Senti' y delegates will represent over which the time of coverage statedin maximum: advantages for "free

I Craft contact with the latest I \ ....s in i t Uatt:. 30,000 member3sfti"JliNGttSSONS : the original policy has run Insurance" without losing I any
close
in out; for example: a 5-year term rights under feOLI or N.SU
.
.w.v.f flKliiAn. ." issued.10 and not A. The remainder of the TALK
I AT POOL policy years ago
renewed A lapsed policy is one will try to answer this question
I Comdr .William J. Young, 6th. I' .1OJti'' ,.rl.b'1F4k1v<< ,'(' 'Y".1IJQ on which you failed to pay premiums for personnel who have insurance

F. '!.OJn.&I Iid s., .y t I )i POLIO FIGHT when due (On some lapsed of various types in force.
;1fIfD"S
would choose +q j -


Navy though, U3aI r" fethas hpc Ae r mot t, Boat- "She's not quite four and she'::1 Policy/ Is Term Insurance-: I

airrdylsiestablt. 1 sysunlsfdfate First Class, already swimming," Don says: ,

.... ifoofr Wt. OJCrtcer\ in charge of the I "That's quite a feat "for a littl If you have NSLI 5-year term free indemnity?

girl with a weak arm insurance, you have probably already A. ((1)) Under NSLI you have
indoor swim-
NATJTCenter Sergeant Kennedy, her fatheris been given a chance to free choice of your beneficial instead -

frig pool, has found a new enthusiastic in his praise o:( waive premiums If not, you may of being limited to the list

girl friend. the "March of Dimes." "It doesn'mean :I do so. of close relatives already mentioned

Younglh :; q too much to a guy who ha!i q. What must I sign In order ,
do. My life ia', a i 'Ma'li The new girl friend is Merry never had it hapoen to one of hi!i to get free Insurance! ((2)) You can pick any one of

l have no regret? r' Lynn Kennedy, daughter Of M/- own children," the Sergeant said A. You should have been given four ways for the Government to

_, Sgt. Jack Kennedy, an instructor "But when polio, does strike om two forms to sign The first wasa payoff the policy after your
Center's Aviation Ord .
Howard RutlRutlcdgtjj n- at the will' of your children, you can neve:] waiver of premiums paymentson death instead of being limited to
nance School. Merry Lynn say enough for the work that the your term insurance The sec 120 equal monthly payments, aa
,r f/I.If1. be four years old next month. Polio Foundation does for you." ond was 'an order to stop the In the case of free indemnity

Id Two years ago at Santa Ana, I Little Merry Lynn, 3 years, 1: monthly allotment to NSLI from (3) You can convert your term

-, sal Calif.. she was stricken with months old, and already swim. your pay. You should not sign insurance at any time, into .a
j polio. Her right arm was completely I ming at the NATTCenter indoor:r the second without signing the permanent plan.
trayad paralyzed It was doubt the effi i will lose the extras q.re there any dl of
.ir .nt O pool is living proof first, or you .
1'-' ful at the time that she would ciency of the work done by thi benefits of USGLI or NSLI coverage gey In waiving premium payments
.a ;i le obliga- ever be able to use it again. "March of Dimes*' I' by letting the policy lapse ?

Y "toi' Through the aid of the Polio I I ;: A lapsed policy would not be au- A. No. It might seem a disadvantage
S r' aMkiIt\ Foundation at Orange County tomatically renewed on its ex- that the 'policy stops

Cox efi; e'>1,.iY oj.1 to California and the devoted at ,. piration date, and you might never I yielding dividends when you stop
Ime tention of her mother Merry !zik"' be able to get back the lost paying premiums: but the amountof

; f its: Lynn made the first stride to recovery NSLI coverage. the dividends would never 'b*

no of larger than the premiums you
q. What are advantages
would So gain money
you
these form? pay:
flax After Sergeant Kennedy was signing by signing the waiver and stopping -
transferred to the NATTCenter.Merry t A First, whatever money was your insurance allotment,

Lynn received therapy deducted from your pay each even when possible dividends: are
Closes i,r; i pI under the direction of Lt. Emma month for premiums will no longer included in your figuring.

Robinson the physiotherapistat be deducted. Second, you con- *
Gamp eek I tinue to enjoy all the rights benefits dividend
the Naval Hospital. She has q. Will I lose any :

Jacksony' t I'heatro recovered to the extent of now and privileges available to that the policy has already
'tb continuing treatment in the indoor you under your NSLI or USGLI earned .-
rated asrv; ,-! country a at cost to Third,
'l** ltt mbershipcampaigh pool at the Center policy no you. A. No The policy does not
finest, cla old policy
:tt rfsCVee In Sep McDermott has given Merry you can resume after your leave become lion participating (not
14 lessons in the past within 120 days you producing dividends) until you
tember,'G tt fdi" ear is a Lynn starting to
service simply by
week had be- the premiums.q. .
closed rostet*o! persons, month. Last she without stop paying
herself and pay premiums again. a I What would happen' If I
who wilL fja tvf ..for the Lit- gun to swim by now medical examination However, I
tie Theatre;! mjtStbr in the Don is quite proud of his new Veterans Administration I dropped my NSLI insurance OUII'
the
nine night%lt'i* uns.Annually. girl friend. __ strongly advises that you do this pletely?
Q' >a4e"g1t' A. That is one of the courses
Six"p in the first month after your separation to but it offers no advantages -
forMrtDp Teach
as ntkjoi atl._ stth War College To This will give the VA I open you .
for the following reasons
[ amafcthe -
mer pw time to put your account in or-
taltn 1 / oles. Officers Via Mail :
.., Most of1) 1lustre.leased.Several- der and send you an official no- (1) You could not save saymoney .
] Washington (AFl'S) Regular tice of when the next premium is that way, because the Government *

tM.. this yrar KaTOntea, Navy, Marine Corps and Coast w mw> } due, Is willing to waive payment

as "ThCi,' the open"kM Guard officers above the rank of i:;, ''>> *' Thus you will guard against let- of NSLI premiums
-, Ii sophisti- ensign and second lieutenant may a J ''>,., #'''--it. '','"'.1 ting the 120 days go by without (3)) If you wanted to regainthe
<<.' <
t a shoW Y 'I now enroll in four different correspondence 'k !>,.:iI. taking advantage of the insurance policy after separation from

Theses it er I courses at the U. S. ,, i, \. .... f offer Also, if your first applica- service, you would have to take aphysical
and wilt ya v Naval War College. The courses It... tion to the VA does not include examination.

",\j In add,_ Ikiti'tnajol designed "to assist officers in preparing AFP$, -'" ,,--.w.:;.>.. ..,.......t..i enough information, there will be (3)) And if you should die white

,', hits, Little bM'S are I themselves for the exercise time for VA to communicate with In service, ,your survivors would
J., entitledto; ins I of command" are: Logistics, PUFFING PUP-Seven rears you before your free protection be entitled only to the benefits offered
: some 14 vc u ring Strategy and Tactics, International ago "Smoke", half fox terrier lapses: No matter when you by Public Law 23, not to the!!

W 'alsoincluded I Law and Advanced International and half bull, developed a taste make your first payment, it will options available under NSLI.
; in ber Law. Applications shouldbe not be applied on the current ."
ship fee of ,M; ate bn a addressed to the President, for pipes. Occasionally Smoke month but on the first month aft- Sailor: "Did you know that tun. t

I If I i weekly senproduction uI '*ttlf 'in Naval War College, Newport, R. I. branches out to cigars Latest er the 120 days are over.. nel we just came through is two
, ais's eti i tetht es, reports indicate, though that miles long: and cost $12.000,000?" ,t

G dramatics anoiEspecially ol the finest actors in recent years the black and white terrier q. What rlgfct do) I hare under WAVE (fixing her hair); 'Wel
1i we l p tnt ; have come from the station's population. NSLI that are not given In it was worth it." -
can't blow rings.
still 1\l lSd
+
? .-
ed out, are N" wF Sotne. t',:, .
dr
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'OW is WONLICR 1 /uar 1 Mf' (
HEY tADIE ) \ COh1E DEAt
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NEXT 1 saoN COULD?WAT t,Lt. oe OW 4Atti MC WItM Tt+g wt1 'Six Bits'o .


Two weeks ago the "White Hat
TURN, $NaMP Y of the Week" was a former
schoolteacher. This week the
honors go to a man who is descended -
from a long line of teachers .
and also married to one but
who is himself a dairy man '
f
Charles 1 C. Bivins! AOU3,
worker in the ordnance shack,
who was called back into the
'salty service' in November 1950,
1 $z' was running his wholesale dairy
in Charleston, S. C., with a complement -
r 1 of about 31 head of Jer

sey and Guernsey cows, when ..
Uncle Sam pointed his finger at .
him and informed 'Chuck he
ayQlWfr' ON rrteN, 'was needed'. His father is running
a
t\ the enterprise until his return

,
Chuck a graduate of Wingate '
High School, Wingate N. C., in
1944! received his recruit train-
iMttfr+ CNANCI ing at Great Lakes and was then
bundled off to AOM'A' school at
Norman, Okla., for six months
schooling. His first duty station
was with NAAS, Ream Field with
w CASU .65, then Chuck was trans-
SUH. !IDVCOMEKA1NT ferred to Jacksonville, Florida
'' +Et-Jtil TAKE and AOM'B' school for six:
AH months more instruction.
.

The remainder of Bivins' service -
SHIP'S SERVICE
time was spent aboard the
USS Princeton with VA-14A.
Uoon receiving his discharge

PAY DAY papers in October 1947 at San \
Diego, Chuck returned home and
set up his dairy business
John 'Pappy1 Cairns, ADC, whois
._ -,- ._ _' _u____ now in the hospital, must have
been a good mn while with the
Forsron 109, VC-62 Fasron 9 ReportScooting squadron for no less than three
men were filling; in his vacancy
.I at one time since then Bill ._
r Jacksonville .3guadrons Mall}', ADC, with assistance ..

'I Aq From holding Joel down'the Bridges fort.ADC, is now


SALTY HUMOR FROM _. ___ __. "u ___ George Dudley, SN, broughta
Fasron 9 ; little bit of Boston' with him
the maintenance through a
ting s
LHERE AND THEREHero Lt. (jg) David E. :Miller NATTC Memphis. Lt. : attended. He when he returned from leave. .

who has been mostly respon E. Boeker will take his place] IEssing on that occas- His bride, whom he married on
: Did 1 tell you about sible for the well organized begin classes there for the fft'f M. Sullivan, his vacation, accompanied Georgeon
when I was tOI pe oed on a destroyer course. ) &demonstrate the return trip and the coupleare
and smooth functioning sup now making their home in
and lived 101 16 days on Lt. John Balcerak. who recent rMus survivals
sardines ?" ply department, is leaving < ,\ "" l.t <. Jacksonville.
a can of ly took over the.duties of operajtions I g .\.h &' .
Gal: "Goodness weren't you l Fasron 0.Supply \ officer from 'sea-bound' t"ymfim! .......t : border William T. Hart Jr. ADS. has
,
Haied of falling off? officer since the unit LcdI'. Newell F. Olsen, has pro for RailfhiUssery W. been transferred to Pensacola
was recommissioned last Sep I vided squadron circles with a I \' 8'''' m -
Five-year-old Jimmy was walk- 'tember, Lt. (jg) Miller is taking I talented spouse. The lively songsof motions t9..sefvfcr lieutenant. YtA' received orders for Port
ing with little Betty. As they approached with him a commendation earned Mrs. Balcerak and her flying ; { utey Shipping over during
a corner, Jimmy re- for his leadership and diligenceto I fingers on her accordian have New dVJ 9 \\I IPfcJlast week occupied a good ,
membered what his mother told ,
duty while setting up, organizing provided a definite spark to the I II - the time of Clyde Smith, .' "4
him. : and maintaining a high de last two squadron parties. Through Fir ; and Richard L. Ross! ,
"Gimme hand, he said toBetty. .
your of efficiency within his de *
gree I &t. IxmU 11'8)) 1 unting their money,
partment. I Fasron 109 "Demon," of its Thc'/XWi" .
"Okay, she replied, "but I got- I one ::
ta warn you, you'ie playing with I The squadron commanding officer I Comdr. William E. Chase, com I fighters, recently co e squadron gained
fiie." 'I Coindr. Larry B. William manding officer of Fasron 109 first test flight. ":rJ. ick Valentine,
I' son, presented him with the well; recently congratulated all hands I The new plane, a 4 >m AE'B' school,

He: "While in the Marshall Islands ,earned award. on the mark of excellent receivedby McDonnell Aircraft Corporation' S eve 1 quicklye i
I saw the screwiest bird It According to Lt. Charles Val'I ComFairWing 11 as a resultof manufactuiera of the famous Bank original mark '
lays square eggs and talks." I I ner, first lieutenant, the Spencer : the surprise administrative shee, is powered by a Westinghouse Ot, iger. AA, yeo-
SheOh: yeah ? What's It Target Range will have a few I inspection on August 23. !' jet engine. '3n g' ('h ief's otfice,
say ?" I slack days due to the completion Chief Warrant Machinist Mate The jet-fighter, resembling a the hospital
He: "Ouch!" of competitive firing by CAG-IT i Chester A. Morrissey, survival swordfish, is the company's first d t tV v
+ and some repairs are being made training officer, had a select aud- experimental Navy fighter to fly 'eously with the

"Pardon 'me young lady in the I which were sorely needed. I ience recently for one of his sur- I since the Banshee made its initial ne L. Draper has

matter of your dress! don't you i i During the past few weeks,, vival lectures. when 25 Waves, flight in January 1947.. b'e' to CHRELE
think you could show a little those men manning the range, --- -- -- ca r' his transfer .
more discretion?" I were working from 0600 until to a t Lyautey for '

"My gosh, some of you fellows 1530 and will now be permitted 0\\
81 t'n't ever satisfied." to return lo their normal routine. .
'e$',

Preacher: "If the be anyone in I When Bob Kelly, TEM2, an. narsCJ
the congregation who likes sin let'pounced he had become a father

him stand up. What this Sister 'again, some personnel were un-
Virginia, you like sin ?" kind enough to scan his hairless air
Sister V.: "Oh, I thought you dome and inquire if he hadn't p a -,
said 'gin'." meant grandfather.Lt. P of Lieuten-

(jg) James Digges, has been ant d ently, two
He: "Why did the little chick welcomed back from his leave i office JATTCenterVinel
cross the road softly?" and settled down to his duties. 41 tiIA' Admi Office
She: "Why ?" Apparently the leave agreed wer Sty held last I..
He: "Because he touliln't; walk with him for he seems to be suffering Frid y Naval
I perto ...The event
hardly. from no after effects.
A staggering amount of hair took. ksonville
:Notice: Will the sailor who tooka has been clipped from various Zoo

fur coat by mistake from Lynn's heads by James Stagg, AN, dur- landV }'"pnd Ro-
Ballroom please return the blonde ing the past few weeks. First to Tjie guests
who was asleep in it? "S'o ques- get sheared were members ol of horio new two-
tions asked. two Cecil Field squadrons hav and-a-teal! )kl stripes,
I
ing inspections, then came Fas- they 6blij knowingly
"How's your daughter's golf?" ron 9 personnel, and lastly the posed tor n front of
"She nays she's going around station crew members who also the mon 'ffi4.sli: to the
in less and less every w eek." were readying for an inspection. delight n1 of the 1

"I've noticed that, but how's Marvin Crews, AOl. and Sulo aseemb r : s, I

her golf?" I Savela, AOC, have been detached Hambpr rrefrephFirst -
I for a few days in order to mentsr wee } ;,3irginiaFranks"ks
A Brooklyn boy vacationing in I render their services to Fasron '$e,, Chief '
Florida returned to the cottageone 16. Naturally some squadron per, JohnL iYa4so the NAS I
night with a handful of rat- I sonnel are quite proud that a sister .JLJeuttila
tlesnake rattlers, When asked unit has called upon Fasron! drafted provided
(with alarm) where he had gotten I 19 for 'aid and indoctrination ra > Music'4'*'L r c
them, he replied, "1 took em by j 1 !i 'f5..
off a big woim.Overheard VC-62 The rorn 1700to
The Maintenance Officer of 2 liorv rpersonridt I
in the Administrative VX-3 at Atlantic City. Lt Frank plonoun-
Building ladies lounge: "Wellof Foltz, climaxed a week of tem
course, I wouldn't say any- additional duty with VC- .
thing about her unless I could 62 porary last Friday when he flew a list Program ..
say something good, And oh, boy, 'live' photo hop in one of thesquadron's + 'e= !
js this goodrA : r,{' Establish I
jets. Air Force- '
i Lt. Foltz had been detailed to I
HEAL FRIEND! our squadron in order to learn Nay lopment pro-
IHffttur, III. (AFPS) Police first hand the fundamentals of I SITE FOR GOOD EYES-While the lovely lassies above are gre .inure maxl-
In
are searchingor' the man who photography and aerial recon- I letting a line on an engineering! problem, we are afforded an opportunity mu personnel
.
stole his best man's car and drove I naissance. I of doing some "surveying" on our own. The Hollywood' ex leted by mid- I

off, leaving his bride-to-te at the Jack Grent7 rejoined the lassies are, left to right, Cindy Garner, 1'vette Uugay and Doreen s avy Auxiliarytio ,
Calif
church. squadron this week falter comple Michaels. / i\ ,

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_August. 30, 1951. JAX AIR NEWS Pale Fiver
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CPO Announce School


I NOTES Bus Schedule For



New vice-president succeeding Navy ChildrenClass
George Lillicotch is Roscoe 11

Grady, AMC, from NATTCenter av
w II i sessions for the year
Chief Grady will go into office
October 1st The new board member in all the public schools of

" representing Fleet Air Wing Jacksonville will commence

11, is John Kincaid, YNC next Tuesday.

There'will be a dance and a Among the thousands of children
free buffet this Saturday at the who will tetmn from Sum.
'- Club. NATTCenter's PIO Orchestra mer vacation or begin school for
will provide music for danc the first time will be those living
ing at 2030. A chicken dinner will 1 aboard the Naval Air Station and
be served at 2000 All brown in Dewey Paik

Backers are cordially invited to As a convenience for these particular -

.. come early children, the Jacksonville
Bingo, with a terrific jackpot, Coach Company will provide bus
will be held as usual tomorrow transportation to and from vat ious -
night. The Dinner-Dance will go schools
on per schedule Sunday with The special bus service will be

free Juke Box music. Inaugurated Tuesday mop ninK
Ted Saxon has been nominated Sept 4, and will continue
again as the publicity agent for r throughout the school year. The
the Club. Anyone who has dopeof buses will operate to and from
interest to the CPO's in the the station and Dewey Park on a
area can get it put in print bj regular schedule.
calling extension 677. Cooperation Following is the Coach Com-
will be apppieciated in mak any's schedule: Leave Circle, Mus-
ing this column interesting tin Road at 0800; proceed on
An idea has been advanced to Mustin to Yorktown Avenue, on
the recreation chairman, Milton Yorktown to Childs Street, to Al-
Harrison, to have a water carm. PERSONNEL MEET AT AN- bemarle, to Hancock Street. to

val at the Chiefs pool. Proposed CHORAGE In a little more Yorktown to the Main Gate.

schedule calls for a water carnival than a month, the Anchorage I The bus will stop at all regularbus
by NATTCenter's Aquama stops to pick up school children -
niacs, a Neptunius Jacksonville has really become a favorite
It will arrive at the Main
Initiation complete with royal recreation spot and rendezvousfor t Gate at 0810. From the gate, it
queen, royal baby, and the enlisted personnel aboard will proceed north on Roosevelt

works, dinner on the grounds. the station, as evidenced by ____ Blvd to Lakeshore
and as a feature attraction, aMiss the
The schools and the time
Jax Chiefs' Club will hundreds of "white hats" who _
Navy bus will arrive at each are. as
be elected I visit the spot daily In fact, of ? Any Chiefs in.this area who late, seats have been hard to oT St Mathews School, 0830; McDuff

like the idea are invited to call find, As a result, 20 more tables iK ti 4 and Paik Streets for Lee High
+ w
Harrison or Stevens and discuss have been placed on the patioto a rt 4rpl School, 0845, St. Paul School,
it with them. It will require a 0855: and John Gonie Junior
.. lot of work on the Chiefs' part, take care of extra large + High School, 0900.
but it should be wonderful I crowds
a On the return trips from the
show This is just proposed. but YS ypC
Showing cross section of a schools the buses will follow the
it tan be worked out. All, Chiefsare throng at the Anchorage one same routes. The times of de-

asked for their ideas on the night last week is the photo pasture from the schools are, as ..

subject above which shows a few of follows: John Gorrie Junior High

the enlisted men making merry School, 1500; St Paul's School
on the patio. Bottom photo "+IP tot 1510: St Mathews School, l.>25:

"\ 'I:-9 2// Pilot 1 I Gel* shows two of the many con and Laucshore School, 1535
pies dancing "under the stars"on Students who will attend Lee
the patio. The Anchoragewill High School will return to the
Leading 1 Role In now bear the brunt of alter station or Dewey Pal Ie'Ia the
working hours recreation regular Naval Air Station" buns
i seekers since the Navy Exchange in the afternoon
Readies OperettaA fountain-restaurant will The return school buses in the
i close at 1700. afternoon will not feo; to the cue-It.

corsair pilot with VF-9Ztj k Q 1P S All children going in that direction
; -- ----- -
I can transfer to regular' station -
Lt. Harry Clark will be the leading -
soloist in the Beaches Ch'lc'Chorllll' Lcdr. EppersonNew A- '. > N""" _,",,_ buses at the interaction of
Mustin Road and YoiKtowne-
of ----- ---
production SigmundP.omberg's I ------ ------
"The New nue
operetta
Proven AbilityjCommendations Children who will attend the
:Moon. VP-741 Exec
Venetia School will be transported -
", The 'naval officer, who was ie-

," ('tJJec1.to.: ; : pStlye, duty' in February, Lcdr Douglas Epperson has Not New to Photo val County to that School building bus which by a Du-will
".: was ''.eJec t 4.for.the role by C, taken over duties as executive officer ,
; leave Mustin Road at 0735. It
'" :r h ::st. the cho of Patrol Squadron 741. will then to
proceed Dewey
+ "itA't.t"l't .. n with 'Misa.cksonvllle in The new executive officer, was {Instructor at .i man Prep School 'Park via Yorktown Avenue

..: Training 'officer! tot the- squadron: J leaving Dewey Park at Oi jO.
,
> '
when it WM: arl..t! C"NAA1tE.kkaltit.4rii : Jr/jernaps, the eventLlartPRilev. Maflon ---- A second trip will be made by
t. ar I{I only a happy ending to the hell
t:} igitrensbnts9.3ailrYF44t AFC proudest, oftRustrIoudii
li this bus children
: ; to pick up In
., i g ''dalt'Rfate.. J the Chief experienced in taking
a 11; < 'wtn tit.'tbvated. tttart& HVJu* vat career is the enlisted housing aiear
\taere.f, .,.11I for beb 'trus'bei QIJIif( f r several the pictures, The place was the
Trophy: | n
The county bus will leave the
_'-IIC'.\ I' 'fa .,.n..tAtt"H.t, .rtMft; _? > Battle of Santa Cruz, He was school immediately the close
upon
v Smg r s while ". t.tte"l: at. Alf.Aeiervt Training"WnimrtcLt ; aboard the USS Enterprise which,
of school dally Two hips will be
"
Louis University He. ,also taul idegtally. was commanded by
,*?,,*the past year LJUttfRpfcft \ B HarFJeet made the first for children livinga
_.. featured In _"Trial by Jury' and I I'f I
son has been operations officer a t & ,, ,Qiijf,, fLab tiG UI boat d the station and the second
of Penzance
Pirates, ,light t"op | NAS, Olathe Kansas; and Is the cue: .t" MJj., ., MIt f for children living in Dewey
eras first officer of the Naval Air Reserve 8*. \'feij a.., 1 ::i Park
Lt Clark served on the USS I I Training Command to receive -f the .Airman ,}l;? epgrr:, dr ltile "sfa For the past' week, school bus
VAVY1I '
during in whichhe
Lexington ord'u to sea duty there. ,,>Jft. .j-e 1 ne tiftket; .have been on sale at the
I sYt ts i
served four He has tell
years ,
been with VF-JU1: aboard" NAS In an effort to maintain cur- The somewhat rotund smiling Houplnff"ftOftlce, Building, 1050.
since tent know-how" in the Reserve gentleman wax praised not only i 11 n ,+ o cb.oop1p.nr: ,.
Apiil command, stationkeeper officers ''by officers of the Navy, but by. attached aT to>}A 1'yI 9fI\1C :: '. "'tibt
jfT ,
are to be totaled into fleet squadrons Paramount News and the British could steadily tol6wf:|he'l Nllfl;' I "ckets' '

Traffic for touts of 'sea duty, it is Ministry as well.Howevt'f ing'planes. Unf6i tunateiy:f c.. tsu. -.-.. + gApg"
pointed out. being, commended i I" the camera w puld't tilt far?enc flye psettt4", .olift'J :
Violations -- to adequately, center ,the craft, ,ppu" tfi! "I.
OLD HAND KEFORTSLcdr. Una* .n 1'1",1\ .N"o,
Charles Rogers, Seeing that the enemy bombers'were All routes.-r.ed,1"CWb : ,lt ."
1-' Listed below ate the traffic violations commanding officer of going to hit ih fan tail of buses are subject t'-JiU: YES'" :'
committed aboard this ta. the he tocu-eii the camera I "
> Patrol Squadron 711, ship any time. Any changers:S'iiUtf: ;
tlon for the period August 16 to (seated). welcomes aboard on the stein ant locked the motor published. in the Plan of the Day
August 23, 1151, Ll'dr. Douglas Epperson, -driven equipment in place, and all hinds are advised to observe p
Multiple offenses: J, J. Evans as new executive officer Bombs were tailing around us" the Plan of the Day for
ADC; E. G. Hendetson, PNSN, Y of the squadron. Former like nuts from a hickory tree, any such changes
w
J. C Nelson, SAMiscellaneous i training oHicer of the he commented m an interview r
offenses: R. W S squadron at N ART U this week 1943
Stinnet, AN; P S Bluett, AC- Lcdr. Eppeison was instrumental A near miss exploded near Riley While aboard the '"Big E", the
AN; E. C. Cowan, OAAN, D L. ..Lup in helping the sending up a water spout Chief saw the Hornet take her'
\\heatly, TD3.In'ol.t'd squadron gain the coveted with it. The water swept over the death blows and sink at Santa
in accident: T E I Noel Davis Trophy. railing and knocked him down Cruz. He also saw the USS Yorktown -

1 Smith, CD2: T L Swager, A A, I While he tiled to regain footage, I hit and abandoned during;
j Failed to stop for stop sign: D. bombs hit the stern of the ship i the Battle of Midway The ship

H Panels, AA; A, Salustii ADS The bulkhead Riley had been later sank In all, he wao'In:\ nine

Speeding: H. E. Lee, Jt, AO- 1 standing against was battered major sea engagements
AN. with shrapnel The camera also *
was hit, but Riley had his pictures i October, 1943, saw Riley on his
; 1: I way to Memphis for shore dutv
His Dish ; .
Eight .. ': He remained there until June,

Camp Atterburj. IixlAPPS !' His photographs of that battle 1945, and was then sent to the
i ,
( )-It could be something I $ were shown throughout the Unit- I camera repair school in Pen acc>-
lie "right: ," but then again, It ed States and England, becauseof i la, where he stayed as chief in
might he coincidence. I the excellent action shown in I charge of the repair shop
I J'l'C Carmen M. sgro was Inducted :, them.find that's how he won the I "If someone had told me six:
on November 8, finished a.i commendations. I months ago that I would be teach-
his 14 weeks' balc training on i a 2i A native of Jackson, Tenn Riley ing the fundamentals of photography !-
March X, arrived In Korea April I entered the Navy on Nov. 16, ," the Chief commented' ,
H, was! wounded June 8, and returned i 1939. He attended boot camp at : "I'd have told them they wel e
I I
to the" {T. S. on July 8. Norfolk, was transferred to Pen- crazy. But now that I'm actually
f 9'i. sacola, and was graduated from teaching, I like it. I like the way
"They had to shoot poor Fwlo Aviation Machinist Mate School they do things here' at the Center -
today." and photography school there. He This way, a student gets a
"A mad dog *" I I was then transferred to the West square shake, and if he's, got! the

t "Well. h41 waxnt any too .. Coast for duty aboard the Enter- ability, he has the chance U
"
.n.nv
pleased." prise on which he served until I demonstrate" it.


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Bill Chase Jr. I f i iT Father, Son Team



Annexes Junior s t To Annex Jr-Sr

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Links fleet Title __; C Golf TournamentCarding


Billy C'hase. Jr., captured( '

the station Junior golf chant 5 Ci a neat '77 William ..
pionship by downing Jimmy I ci% 4i j ; Chase Sr.. and son Billy, teamedto

'Bayers in the finals G up. ; cop top honors in the Junior-
i 4 Senior Golf tourney held at the
Chase won the right to meet I I station links last week-end.
Sayers in the finals by dropping!
Second honors went U
place >
Stahr
Bessette and Guy
Billy Bob Wallace and Sonny Anderson
had previously top I
while Sayers Low with a 91, while Bill Baker
Adams and Stu
ped Johnny
and Billy Bessette and Steve Cor-
ncillicusben and Bobby Bessette
eryIn the consolation play off, Guy I shared a two-way tie for third
Stahr snared the honors by tripping with scores of 93.

Stu Lowery, after having Also Competing m the championship .
John Gra .
from
taken a match John Adams
flight
were :
ham by default. Lowery halted' I : and son Johnny, Dave Moody and .
his first
Bobby Greenman in I
I Jimmy Sayers Guy Stahr and
consolation tilt son Guy, Jr., Dave Sweeney and
disposedof
Warner Looneyho( II Johnny Graham. Doc Lyons and
Jud Pearson,
Billy Greenman,
I son Jimmy, Ed Barnes and Stu
and Robert Anderson, was crowned Sutton and
Lowery, Ken daughter -
champion in the Junior-Junior i Judy, and Lt. Prince and Dick
flight. Greenman had defeated I I
Gingrich.
Bob Hirst, Stu Weber and Pat .
Dickson. I Dill Foulk and Stu Weber team-
Sonny Anderson annexed" the ed to snare the Junior-Junior (9-

prize in the Junior-Junior consolation I ,12)) crown with a nine-hole tally
by besting Stu Weber i of 44 '.
Lombardi. The pair of Leo Marchel and
and Tony I
: Dick Middleton beat Betty I SKULL SESSIONS-Before taking to the gridiron for their daily workout, candidates for the Warner Looney tied with Doc
Hirst one-up to win the Pee-Wee 1951; Jax Navy squad sit in on a blackboard( drill conducted by head coach Harry Knickelbme. The I Pearson and son Jud for second
I flight after having first downed ; gridmen are holding daily workouts at Mason Field in preparation for the opener here Sept %9. slot honors with 49's, but the
----- -- Pearsons three strokeson
Jimmy Lynch and drawing a bje --- --- picked up "

I in Lynch the and first Carl round.Johnson Betty to dropped reach I Grid Candidates BeginTo I Blind Bogey EndsIn play-off Marchel hole and to Looney grab sole in possession the-

the finals I I of the runner-up spot in

Charlie Dittmar went on to de 3-way DeadlockThe Junior-Junior class,
feat Sandy Dose in the Pee-Wee Others competing the Junior
consolation play-offs I Blind Bogey golf flight were Mrs. Hirst and son
PotentialitiesGoing weekly
Show Bob and Comdr. Greenman and
and were I
Winners runners-up tourney played at the NAS Links
presented their awards by Capt. ended in a three-way tie for both son Billy
Douglas T. Day, NAS commanding the first and second Wright North and son Wright
officer, in special ceremonies I through their daily grind in torrid 90 degree- spots. Jr., copped top hoonrs in thePeeWee
following the tourney. weather Jax Navy's grid squad is beginning to shapeup Tied for top honors were Leo flight of the tourney
plus Marchel, A. K. Robinson and Edward Next
with a five-hole score of 26.
with individual players starting to catch the eyes of the M. Morgan, with net scores was Erwin Scott and son Danny ? ...

coaching; staff. of 76. Marchel accomplished his with a 28 while Dick Middletonand
lilJlpS ProtectShipping Still continuing the grueling tally on the basis of a gross 791 son Dick Jr tied for the third
seven-day-a-week practice stints,, high school ball Kautz was stationed and a 3 stroke handicap: Morgangot i position with Lt. Gray and Jim-
head coach Harry Knickelbme here at NAS Jax with his with a 94 gross and an 181 my Lynch.
from declares that he hopes to have VMF-144 until a few months ago handicap, while Robinson shot a Other contestants th4 PeeWee
the team in peak condition for when he was ordered to the West 91 with a 15: handicap. I' flight were Yar\k'I.j: td "

the opening fray with Stetson Coast and has just returned to A net of"77 took second place Betty HirstDittmar t,.aDd Ca .'s ICJi, ...
Enemy Crajt University September 29. ANP( ). with three again sharing honors aruj, w** ama rw r t t. -

The squad is now holding a Jim Heck, a 215-pound fresh -.::Jim Sayers who snot a gross 87, .... ,. ;..a.. sstraight : .
NAS LakeJiurit, > of skull practice man from Tacoma;, Washington holding, a' 10.\stroke handicap; ,.rrrr s :"' .ff. t .'f rr 1 1p '
submarines operating 1-Enem1'1 daily all session of the candidates becom is a standout prospect for one 0f Lwith,a 12 stroke tun, .:.. .' : n 1 G
with
.. -
coasts during WWII increasingly eager to don the guard spot.4i kr,ha ur =shat .AMr.nd, DocJ.yqp.t { ;"" "., >
ing '" '
a single ship belonging to convoys pads and put to use in a scrimmage bears 'experience, lH '. ;o4d; IGI&ICi ''I rN .... ., ... ti II'If
""blimps. I ,. t Itaio1 ))1.1.l*ifiiw. ,1. "' '; ..
Navy '
pier
protected by their newly found knowledge A ''n : o'.t .;uWi..U/WtU. .
hunterkillerteams rit'C ++ ;;; the .. ,.
Since the war I ." I iOther-ia %I1I'' '"' day'Went
atlr 'T&eA"1
of destroyers, planes and Coach Knickelbinu hw _'an*' back td Max Hughes who got 'closest to .. M ''games': in "
atodt
'
have kept a constant No. 16? Dave Mosjer
airships th"pm on .
'b1
_
nounced that uniforms'jvissued ; melt'.McGflNran had worked behind ,
lanes. The off the drive of "
over our shipping got longest
vigil rst3ttate who
right after and track down the I' 17 and Billy
blimps first spot 'I .' ? day on jOt
mouth :NewStOT4 : I .lel ; Pittsburg! Rant tine 13 nightcap.
t
any unidentified surface craft rcir ttJNff 'f '+ 1\'" Chase, 'Jr., who sank longest :
: CSTt oiisr* mi"*.1* j.McCoy ,playiW *
Then planes and ships are calledto I putt on No 18 1
for look. ; bra .e-\ectl'lJ: .for th*:, J>"rty man et tailback for Al Rosen, third baseman of the
the spot a ,"
'
DrtJ\Jl.Ia.tf! ..w {?
Since 1942 more than 4,000,air *w \ "( T' .. U our .' winning a letter Yale was the first school to Indians, tied a major league record -
ship pilots and cratwmea"1-"lime .. ) each "year.AftenHfuhing. ', charge admission to a football held by eight players, including .
iII (xi U- f eld college, Lt, McCoy
t IfiU Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrfg
fr in'
been graduated game. It was at the Yale-Co
c ;.. to.r.omo th"'C'OI.U'I'e.onIl1mMm'.'..t' .;"lett lttnen"; MiKe entered the coaching pro lumbia game in 1372 and the ad- when he hit his fourth grand-slam
r \:Ft Is'ttwt'- 'M'1" -: $ .halfback, 'Apple'o : fession and served as head coach mission price was twenty-five home run of the season against
't '\bt fcoftny.01? ** !?!** rja< been shifted for several high schools prior to cents. Ned Caner of the Drowns August
r'' lialy fia rw4cl 1wfV*fcftt den et' to blocking back, his entry in the Navy in 1943 15. The last player to wallop
'
v ..Utafbt"proteetnl' and halfback DaVe, York Joe.Korgsh After his release in 1947 he became four' bases-filled homers in one
> who 'held 'down a tackle athletic director at Phillips The nose guard was first designed
range wUec campaign was Sid Gordon of the
Irfe/ over
\\"r .
f. last season is striking for Enid Okla for poet Edgar Allen Poe ..
; hg* Idse'fuel and, their post ; University a position Braves in 1950
t I speeds facilitate spotting. the center slot this year Other he held until he was recalled to of Princeton in 1890 Poe was *
affect John selected on Camps 1890 All-
changes in position active duty with the Navy the
their
t.Alr'a rescue operations Clarence Cuddles Marshall
(
Bernardi who has been shifted of American Team.Intra.Mural
p early part this year
,
.IIi secondary mission, also,have been from fullback to end and Dave former pitcher of the Yankee
successful I and Drowns who was called into
Wheatley who is now bucking
.
the Service last November, ij with
for a tackle spot after playing Golf Program
In Austria.
the Armed Forces
Patrol 1 end last season. .
Ready Newest ( Rookie Chuck Leonard at 230( .

I is the biggest candidate out so Amos Alonzo Stagg was the
/ Duly( I
Airsiipor
far. Chuck hails from Salisbury, first coach to use numbers on his
.ak.-hur.t, N. J. (AFl'Sl )- I N, C. and played football at NTC To Include 13 Entries football players. The first game

l The! Navy's newest patrol air- I San Diego and at Catawba College they were used in was the Chicago .
skip will be ready for active Leonard hopes to snare one .Wisconsin game of 1913.
duty in a few months. of the tackle spots. Plans for the 1951 Intra-Mura I golf program are in the working w *
ThrX1, now going McCoy Assists II stage with a loose ends still to b e tacked down, according to the Frank Cavanaugh coach at

through trials at Akron O, Mill Also striving for tackle is another latest released reports. Cincinnati, Boston College, Holy .
r he flown to NAS, Lakehurst, N. rookie, Karl Kautz, a Ma- Tentative plans call for the Still a third league will be Cross, Dartmouth and frordharu
I J.. to join the hun r-k1Uer antiMuhttiarlne rine attending ANP) school at seven-team American league to "Iron "
known the Major
composed of theNATTCenter( was as
team there. LClR NATTCenter Karl was twice a commence play in the third weekof

: Mal: F.. Cawlfy, IJSN hat been letterman with South Georgia September and for the six- Service At the School en4.of; ** the eight week
t namod senior pilot of the 14UUM College and played four years of team National league to get un- seasdn a'y "" ** held between -
i crew. derway the following week
I Longer range and greaterequipment On August 12, at Chicago, Mur- The American league will be es to dechampion-

rapacity feature the ry Dickson, 35-year-old( Pirates'' composed of teams from Naval termiu .
J I-tlot airship. hurler, asked Bill Meyer, man- Hospital, Operations, N A T T- with,p division.Sev' winners. 'I' i{+
ager of the Dues, after he had Center, Supply, Administration- and i .
Pudge Heffelfinger, Yale guard blanked the Cubs in the opener ComNab-6, O & R-Communica- lave been j =-
and Jim Thorpe, Carlisle, Indian 1-0, to be allowed( to pitch the tions-Public Works, and Disburs- anno1lft this seasons <
back, are considered the two second game ing-Physical Training. One team pi
greatest football players of' all Dickson added, "It was an easy will draw a bye each wek. All.topera cted, will

! time. game and I don't feel a bit tired" It is anticipated that the Na- handifeature- .
05 Meyer refused, telling Dick- tional league will be composed of cap swill '
t: Frank Albert playing for : son, "It's nice of you to even teams from Fasron-6, ComFairJax be' ? one point TO 'iV/fli faster drip th<' notliftfhot ,

t Stanford( in 1, 41 completed 50 of I make the suggestion but not witha FAW-11, Fasron-109. Fleet to the tnaking it yfii tin swim icnsj tht.itian':
113 passes for a total of 709 last-pl.lce team are you goingto Air Detachment Cecil Field and possibltotal collect a
r yard I pitch a double-header." NARTU. ot a. match
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.J. Sport* Shorts New Prize For Sports Quiz -

In the 1916 game with Western
: Reserve, George Gipp of Notre

I Dame made a 62 yard drop kick 'At Start
for a field goal. '' 'wl hurler Won Most COMICS

*
By Armed Forces Press ServiceBaseball's With baseball season about 2-1. That'game and another

new Commissioner may strongly resemble the first Although no official measure- over, no more free passes can constitute a Series record by

major league czar, Judge Kenesaw M. Landis. Club owners who ments were ever made, Jim be given to Jacksonville Tars Ruth of most successive score

have been debating the new choice have indicated the successor to Thorpe is credited with having home games, but the Jax Air less innings, 29-2/3.
kicked of I'O
ex-Senator Happy Chandler will be in a stronger position. consistently 100 punts News Sports Quiz will offer anew Lt. (Jg) II. L. Smith of) Cecil -
1 Landis' chief weapon was the and yards prize beginning with to- Field was the second place
out in three times at bat against r
"detriment to baseball" clause' day's question. winner.
that enabled him to decide arbitrarily New Orleans. In the field he In 1943, playing in ten games The first correct answer gets This week's query is:

l without the owners' ap- made two errors as his team lost, and carrying the ball 151 times, a $2.00 credit coupon good on "What pitcher holds the all-

peals, any question. Players and 75.: Creighton Miller, of Notre Dame any purchase at the Navy Exchange time record: for consecutive
*
many own- gained a total of 911 yeards. while the second winner victories at the beginning of
era want n Former major leaguers con- still wins a chit for a full the ?"
season
i u uf base tinue to set service leagues Two types of pass-back from course meal at the civiliancafeteria.
,
. frP5 By that we mean what
,
I Jim Lemon who
ball man, afire. was the center are used in football, .
with Cleveland, the Ft. TN2 of Phyhurler won the most games at
and three' paced the spiral and the end-over-end Joseph Terry, ,
Meade Generals to 40 wins in r r r sical Training was the first the offset of a campaign before

appearto have 44 starts through mid-July. Ex .Four different basic formationsare to provide the sorest answer he lost one.Remember.
Brave John Antonelli recently week's "What no answers will
the inside 1 in constant use in modern to last quizzer:
pitched his 15th straight win was the longest World Series be accepted prior to 0900 Fri
track- football, the single wing, the dou-
without defeat for Ft. Myer. record when was it day.
game on
ex playerWarren ble wing, the r" and the short
Cpl. Fred Pechette, who went played and who was the winSince the civilian personnel

Giles, Cin- right from high school to the punt. r ning pitcher?" are not authorized to patronize
Army, will have his chance to The correct answer to that the Navy Exchange, the first
c i nnati William Ashley Sunday, the
clinch a spot in the majors. lIe one is: :The longest World Seprize winner must be limited
Reds owner famous evangelist "Billy" Sundaywas
completes a three-year hitch ries fray was played between to service personnel only
Nationa
baseball
,
this month. Then the current once an outstanding Brooklyn and Boston in 1916 However, civilian personnel
League FordPrick catcher and hitting star of the player for the Chicago White -a 14-inning affair. Babe Ruth are eligible for the second
P vex Y Stockings::
and- Brooklyn Army Base team will r rOn pitched the entire game to win prize.Hurriedly .

Judge landl George tryout with the Yankees, the February 7, 1882 John L.

Trautman minor league czar. Cards and the* Phillies.* Sullivan KOed Paddy Ryan in

nine rounds at Mississippi City. Medals
Home run marks hare featured Rifle Club Wins 32
A candidate for comeback honors *
play in both leagues of late. When
is pitcher Maury McDermott.The Gene Woodling, Yogi Berra and In the last bare-knuckle championship 11 I
southpaw fireballer, whose fight, John L. Sullivan
Tom Morgan smacked roundtrippers -
speed has been compared to wildness Wal- against Detroit, the Yanks defeated Jaxe Kilrain in 75 rounds. In Shoot At Winter Haven
ter Johnson's and whose had hit 100 or more for the 28th Sullivan weighed 207 for the fight
has been the cause of head-
and Kilrain 195. ,
season since 1930. Roy Campa- .. .u _
Red Sox Joe Mc- JaxNavy's
aches to pilots organized
nella of became the first third in the four-matt
Brooklyn 1 Finishing
and Steve O'Neill, has rifle team got its baptismof
Carthy NL receiver to blast 20 or more Bob Fitzsimmons at 167 was team matches, in their first attempt
found the He was fire in the Southeastern Regional
finally range. in three straight years. His RBI the lightest man to ever wear the Rifle Championships : Jax Navy garnered 1ft
the first in the majors to regis- High-Power ,
ter 100 strikeouts. His top ef- total Is right behind that of team- heavy-weight crown. held at Winter Haven, I gold medals, 12 silver medals,
mates Snider and hedges No ; and 12 bronze medals
week-end and
fort in control came recently I Fla. last came
. .... against Cleveland. He beat the wonder rival managers grow pale Charles B. Herschberger, full- home with a total of 32 medals. Sunshine Rifle Club of St.
when they peek at the Dodger Petersburg, Fla. copped first
Indians in 16 innings on 11 hits. back, on the 1898 Chicago team
but and line-up. was the first non-easterner to be W.FATBKAYNE place, while Winter Haven Rifle
He issued one
pass ahead of
Club finished in second ,
first team All-
selected as a
whiffed 15.: That's clutch pitch- '
American by Walter Camp. the locals.

ing. r Expediting of Team members firing for the
.. 'local squad and medals they
Ray Dabek must feel exactlyopposite Everett Ste upper, halfback on
I won, include: T/Sgt. Wallace
the 1917 Georgia Tech eleven was
to McDermott. Poor Ray,
POW MailIs Briggs, 2 silver medals and 3
i the first southern player to make
catcher for Mobile in the Southern 'bronze medals; T/Sgt James

Association, hit into a triple I first team All-American.r I Brogdon. 1 silver, 1 bronze; S//-

play, a double play and struck SoughtNew I Sgt. Wilbur Jackson, 2 gold, 1
Bill Lewis center the 1892-
I a on I
silver and 3 bronze; M/Sgt
York (AFPS)-New infor- 3 Harvard squads was the first i Loyal Judd, 5 silver medals; S/-

I SHOW BIZ I Iy mation indicates that some Armed negro Camp Ail-American.to be rated as a Walter I Sgt Robert Keary, 2 gold, 1 sil-

Forces personnel who have been ver and 2 bronze; S/Sgt. Luther
reported as missing in Korean Musselwhite, 2 gold medals and
George Gipp, immortal Notre
Armed Forces Press Sen Ice action are actually prisoners of Major Frank Richard, 2 gold
Dame fullback was the first Notre
medals, 2 silver and 3 bronze.
.. BENNY BACK war.On Dame player to make a Camp
10 this premise the Defense Personnel interested in joiningthe
j "Our men in Korea are terrific All-American squad. rifle touch
squad get
can in
Department has arranged for later
r coached by Knute Rockne
is and the
morale
their high limited correspondence between with S/Sgt. Musselwhite, extension
entered the coaching profession.
us brought Broncho Nagurski was selectedfor
reception they gave 385.Human.
prisoners and their relatives.A S r *
to Jack Benny two different positions on the
tears my eyes, Defense Departim-nt announcement Automobile. .
The Studebaker
said recently same All-American squad in 1929.
- o n his said that both tile The New York Sun picked him once named a car after Knute Cannonball
Chinese and North Koreans
returnfrom for both tackle and fullback, the Rockne.
( have failed to furnish details *
there. former on defense and the latteron
Bill concerning prisoners' held by offense. In 1888, Princeton was the first Joins Armed ForcesFort
them to the Red Cross rEightynine team to use the quarterback for
Ben d i
x,
"This," said the DOD, "is des- calling signals instead of the captain :Sheridan; 111. (AFPS) -
of the
completing pite the fact that the United playersPeace Donald F. Nothdorft, 22, is theArmy's

... ". "Detect lye i ," States is faithfully repenting its Peking, China. The Post I newest-type of projectile
\ Story to the Red Cross and Nothdorft, prior to entering the
to prisoners ( ) Of <'e Department has agreedto The successor to Casey Sten-
plans continues to welcome periodic Inspection to retire Army, was a circus performer
take a facilitate the flow of mail bycollecting gel, who is expected as "
t of prison camp condi- / it in San Francisco: manager of the Yankees, may not "human cannonball, to be exact.
the troupe fight-o tions as required by the,' Geneva Calif., for direct air transportation be Tommy Henrich as thought, lIe claims to have been filed froma
- .. Convention." 'i.- through Hong Kong. but George (Twinkle-Toes) Sel- cannon 2,800 times in his three

ing following zone In cases where the DefenseDepartment No postage fs required for this kirk, who is doing a nifty job at years of cannonballing. As for the
of service he wants in then
windup of feels the Servicemen mail but 'the words "Prisoner of Kansas City. Selkirk has had arm
I Donald said, "I don't think
his movie may be reached by mail War Mail" must be written in the the benefit of five years of school- Army "
I want to be with the artillery
201 h Century-Fox role... Quiz the family 1 it notified and asked upper right corner of the en- ing, two each at Newark and
Marilyn Monroe pro gr a m to write In care of the Chinese velope, and the leturn address in I Binghamton and one year at .

. "Double or Nothing" left States People' Committee of World the upper left 'Kansas City

for three weeks of camp shows in Theaftflt: .

Germany Ted Mack's Talent
Show finishes a 10-weeks USO

tour in Germany Sept. 2. Guide

CHEESECAKE I

Curvaceous, blonde :Marilyn w MAINSIUE '

". Monroe, voted "Miss: Cheesecake Thursday, August 30 ,
of 1951" by the Army newspaper 'Cyclone Fury" _-...-, ,CharlesStarr'ttt

"Stars and Stripes," has five __,"_"___ ___" ._".
sweater changes in her new movie Friday, August 31
"As Young As You Feel." They 'Pardon My French"

have been graded by the costume ,. ... _. Merle Oberon
department as: loose-fitting; 2 Saturday September 1

--draping; clinging; 4 tight Payment On Demand" .

-whew! _"...m .Bette Davis
TIDBITS 1 s- Sunday, September 2Mr
Belvedere Rings The Bell

John Ford's documentary on the ____.__ __ ..Clifton Wtbb
.. Korean war will be released soon Monday September 3

under the title "This Is Korea" ""Roadblock" "nn"._ _

It was made on the spot and will _____"__-__.Charles McGraw
run 50( minutes The 14th r < Tues. AVed., Sept. 4-5

Army WAC Band will present a 'Hard, Fast and Beautiful"Claire _

series of 30 concerts in cities __________ Trevor
from coast to coast. The 30- NATTCenter

piece band will start in Baltimore, LJL- Thursday August 30 "

Md., and end in San Francisco, I I "Secret Ot Convict Lake" _

Calif. A radio newscaster recently Glen Ford
acclaimed the "sweetest Friday, August 31 ,

gesture of the year." "Cuba," he 'Payment On Demand"Bette _

said, "is sending to our boys in I I ___ ___.___.. Davis
Korea 2,000 tons of sugar and Saturday September 1 ..IlL'. .'

10,000 gallons of alcohol. What "Pardon My French".

.. .. on earth will our boys do with __.__"_Merle Oberon
all that sugar?" Sunday, September 2"Warpath' s

Movie Tip: "Meet Me After the I _._j...____.__ "'

Show." A light, bright; tcchnl- ..... _._ .._ I __ _"___' .Edmond O'Brien ..' ,
-w.- ---- --------- ------- --
,
colored musical featuring the Monday & Tuesday Sept. 3-4 .
of Betty Grable and the JUNIOR-SENIOR WINNERS-Capt. Douglas T, Day NAS commanding officer, presents Hill "Mr. Belvedere Rings The Bell

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