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I The Fun and Frolic at the Carnival -May 1819Remember

\ -- Weather

Observe all station Friday cooler.- Cloudy and
.traffic regulations Saturday Showers

and you'!1 help ... and warmer.
make the traffic SundayPossible

problem easier. showers & warmer.


# Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wing 11

Seminar On
3-Day .,., [ : : Charity Carnival
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Code Ends ;I ..., ..., l Set Next Week
TodaySome .....,.. .f ..,
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600 Naval officers, (JIf" .j. .."'':.". .... : ::!:'i1> ,;ioI
: Entertainment Prizes To
who have been oriented in a t. "'$ ,

three day seminar here on the .."...".".'<.-..,.....w".. 'jk 'f'ij

Uniform Code of Miliary Jus- '. ./ : Feature Two-Day Affair
< :;:'!<' .'
tice which into effect < '.: '.. .:.: ';...j
goes "<:'.::1i; ....:.:.,; All of the old
:"' '" good fas hioned carnival spirit will pre- !
for the last
May 31, convene > !
session today at the Student 1 vail at the biggerthaneverheld Navy Charity Carnival to be 'I

Officers' auditorium.Rear next Friday and Saturd ay, May 18 and 19, at the Naval .I

Air Station, with activity to be coupled with an Armed
Adm. Robert
Commandant of the Sixth W. Hayler NavaDistrict Forces Day military displayof and air show on the afternoonwill

officially opened the con- 2.M:. Q4GIiii j the 19th.

ference Tuesday morning. He The coinciding of the two
spoke briefly on the changes of events provides an unusual oppor- close at midnight, 'May 19. It
discipline of the new justice code tunity for the private citizen to will be a gala occasion, with many.
before he introduced the speakers. v ? get an inside knowledge of new valuable gifts given away during
techniques and equipment used by evenings.
Top Lecture TeamA STOCK CARNIVAL PRIZES-Working every day with other the fighting forces of the nation, Two Days of Frolic
well-rounded of instructions while at the same time profitably At 1300 Saturday, May 19,
course teams to collect prizes and goods for the Navy Charity Carnival,
on the new code, and May 18-19, :Marjorie Clarkes, TEl, and Frank Van Nostrand ET2, enjoying himself in a good cause gates of the station will open on
its application as to the Navy, take time out fofwifhful thinking, amidst a few of the hundredsof All proceeds derived from the an- a brilliant display of military pa-
has been given the past three valuable prizes. All kinds of valuable prizes, including equip- nual charity event go to approved rades, war equipment, and a spec-
days by a lecture team from the ment, furniture, luxury items, and many, many more will be on Jacksonville charities. (See storyon tacular air show participated in
,. Judge Advocate General's office display In the various booths. page two). by both Navy and Air Force avI-
'k in Washington. Headed by Capt. All In ReadinessThe ators. The Army and Marine

George W. Bains, senior memberof Training With Pay Armed Forces Day observ- Corps are adding colorful exhib-
the group, the team included its and demonstrations of equip-
is all
ance sponsored locally by
ment in in Korea.A .
Comdr. George A. Sullivan, now use
military establishments in the
Comdr. William A. Collier and new feature developed this
Lcdr. R. McCarthy. Parker Cherry NARTU TO Conduct Third area.Construction year is the complete nursery

Sixth Naval District legal of- crews already are where for a small fee, parents
ficer also delivered an address. invading the area of three of the may leave their children with per-

Many Subjects Covered Navy's huge aircraft hangars fect confidence while they enjoy
where the carnival will be held,
Airman Recruit CourseCaptain more adult carnival entertainment -
The lecture team prior to its rain or shine. Booths and fun
appearance here had toured the centers are going up accordingto A registered nurse will be
Far East and Europe, holding sim- detailed plans. Kiddieland, oc- on hand constantly, and every
N. Sharp, commanding officer of the Jackson- requirement of babes-In-arms
ilar seminars. Captain Bains and Raymond an entire half of ot up
... Lcdr. McCarthy toured the Eu- ville Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, has announced that the pop- the cupying hangars, will offer one miniature to elder children has been antici-
a -
ropean area, while Comdr. Sulli- ular eight-week Airman Recruit Training Course held at the Jacksonville carnival with pated and arranged.
van and Comdr. Collier cave of NARTU for the past two summers, will be conducted againinis to everything distinct cut .
pint-size, carrying a
their knowledge in Far East year.The Airman. Recruit course will appeal to juvenile desires and

areas. give 60 young men of this area an month. They will be issued Naval dreams. Traffic Pattern for
The 600 naval officers have opportunity to become members uniforms, be housed in the The Navy Charity Carnival op-
been lectured each morning, with NARTU barracks and take '
of the Organized Naval Air Re their ens at 1800 Friday, May 18, and
another period of orientation in : and the draftdeferredstatus meals in the Naval Air Station Carnival Period
serve earn
the afternoon, followed by a pan all Reserv mess hall free Qf charge. Their
.that Organized
el discussion. : ists receive. total take home pay for the eight New Yard Office
First day's subjects covered weeks course will be approximately Officially MappedIn
included jurisdiction of courts Only young men who have no Y ly 14000.

....' martial, pretrial procedure, trial yet reached their 19th birthdaand The men will work a five and Hours RevealedThe
procedure, punishment, non ju- who have not received their one-half day week and receive lib- anticipation of the huge
dicial punishment, punitive arti- draft classification will be eligi erty on six of the eight week-ends Yard Office at the Main crowd expected at next week's
.. ble to apply this year. Gate will Issue station automo-
while the other two week-ends will
(Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5)
?140 For Eight Weeks<< be spent in watch standing indoctrination bile tags and stickers and check Charity Carnival, a special
Members of the "Air Boot", Insurance renewals from 0730 to traffic pattern for incomingand
2100 until further notice, it has
Seek To Fill course will receive the AirmanRecruit' Well Rounded Instructions
been revealed. outgoing traffic duringthe
base pay of $75 per The course presents more ad-
vantages for rapid advancementthis The new hours, whiclf have two-day event, plus specially -
New QuotasFor than before been arranged for the conveni-
year ever as the
Amazing List of "Air Boots" will be eligible for ence of military and civilian car assigned parking areas,
their first promotion two months owners, went into effect Mon- have been arranged by the

VMF144Although after completing the eight-week day. Security Department.
Prizes Await session and may receive their sec- In addition, all military and
its entire complement ond advancement six months laterif civilian personnel are remindedto Incoming traffic via the Main
has "shipped out", Ma- they maintain perfect attend- present renewal of automo- Gate will proceed east on York-
rine Fighter Squadron 144 Carnival GoersPlenty ance at their monthly organized bile insurance policies to the town to Hoyt, Langley, Rangerand
reserve drills. That means the Yard Office within 72 hours of Wasp streets where it will be
has a chance to come back to of tickets are still rating of Airman can be attainedin expiration of the old policy. directed \p parking areas.
life here under new efforts available for the big prizes to ten months where it would nor- Failure to do so will be termeda Special Routes

being made by the Marine Air be given away at next week's (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5)) "traffic violation". Station traffic originating south

Detachment of NARTU. Charity Carnival. of Yorktown will use parkingareas
Ducats for the grand prize,
:Members of the Marine Air De- luxurious 1051 Windsor New- south of Yorktown or proceed -
a !lily north on Mustin to York-
tachment are conducting an ac- '
sell for
port Chrysler ': town (where it will enter traffic
tive campaign to fill the citizen '
tickets for the next
cents, while
\ .
) : pattern), then east on Yorktownto
Marine minimum quota of 12 of- 14-foot ChrisCraftboat >IIt
big prize a
ficers (pilots) and 40 enlisted men complete with outboard ., -. s. Hoyt, Langley, Ranger and
/'L ,,. Wasp streets thence to
for Marine Fighter Squadron 144. motor, go for 25 cents: ,". areas. the parking -
The squadron based here will be Twenty-five cent tickets are
made up of former combat pilots also available on $2,000 worth Outgoing traffic, except cars
and ground crews who have re- of other prizes including a parked on Yorktown, will proceed
turned to civilian pursuits but de- Thor ,automatic washing ma- west on Albermarle. Traffic leaving -
., sire to maintain an active affiliation chine, a Coldspot refrigerator, the station will use north gate
" with Marine aviation by flying an outboard motor, ladies' and primarily. Station traffic will turnoff
I' and training one week-end men's Bulova watches, Zenith Albermarle on Mustin for
each month. radio, Hotpolnt electric range, points south of Yorktown.
An individual need not have 44-plece Royal Holland China, Drivers who fail to comply with
prior service in the Marine Corpsto set, 60-piece Rogers Brothers these instructions may find considerable -
become affiliated with the Ma- silverware and a 17-inch tele- difficulty and delay in
rine I Corps Reserve. Membership vision set.Tickets. crossing Yorktown at other intersections -
t,Is alw a open,.,for veterans of all for these startling .
r is obli- prizes can be obtained from any Cooperation Asked!
,. :i' : Instruction periods division officer. Drawings will
I _d'per: month, Sat- be held Saturday evening, May Patoka and street will be for emergency .
r' \ and Sunday. 19. supply vehicles One-
way traffic will
; 'these week-end In addition to these tine list be maintained on
Ida at receives thee of prizes, many, many more, -.. north-south access roads to the
y. pay, rang- ranging from soup to nuts, will SANFORD CEREMONY In the climax of commissioning Albmarle., between Yorktown and
1 the actual be given away at the booths ceremonies at NAAS Sanford last Tuesday, Capt. John L. Chit-
1 ni upon his manned by various station de- tendon, left assumes command of the auxiliary station and reports All motorists are asked to co-
ra e; :"rganl partments and units. to Capt. Douglas T. Day, right, Commander Naval Air Bases operate in following the directionof
I e Dr The huge prize array repre- Sixth Naval District, and NAS commanding officer. Looking on the traffic directors who will
ainedinent sents probably the largest ever are Rear Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery, Commander Fleet Air.. cute throughout the traffic
from to be made available at a single Jacksonville, third from left; Mayor Fred II. Dyson, behind Ad- Complete cooperation will
.+ at N ARtM r*. at event in the history of Jacksonville miral Montgomery, and Lt. John O. Horn, aide U Admiral Mont aid In making the traffic problem
Navld'I ', I gomery. during the two day an easier one.Join .

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Page Two JAX AlR NEWS May 10, 1951 !

r .r" .... Report From Washington !
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. cJ..a>> I & -- -, 9,100 To Take Part In Middle CruiseNew I

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Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air

. Station. Jacksonville Fla.NAS, Jacksonville Defense Department Show On TV ...'

t, Capt. Douglas T. Day Commanding Officer By Armed Force Press ,Service be reactivated by the Army as part of the air
. Comdr. Porter F. Bedell .Executive Officer
A TOTAL OF 9,100 Naval Academy and defense system of the New York area. This
Lt. Lorenzo W. Baldwin Public Information Officer
Naval Reserve Officers will be
historical used
Training Corps mid- Army post as a trainingarea
r Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear shipmen will participate in the annual sum- and permanent station for anti-aircraft
Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery Commander mer training program which includes four op- batteries.
r Capt. Allen Smith Chief of Staff erational practice cruises to European and The State of New Jersey will be permittedto
:' Fleet Air Wing' Eleven Caribbean ports aviation indoctrination and lease several hundred acres on the main-
Capt. Jesse S. McClure _._..____..___....?._ _.._ Commander full-scale amphibious operations. land end of the Sandy Hook peninsula for pub
, Comdr. Joseph B. Tibbets ________._..._..__ Chief Staff Officer lic recreational purposes. ,,
Naval Air Technical Training Center TIlE VETERANS Administration has mailed 1
Capt. Lester K. Rice __...._..___ Commanding Officer out the first of the National Service Life In- A NEW 18-MONTH GRADUATE course in
Comdr. John A. Gamon Jr. ___' .._.__...._ Executive Officer surance special dividend checks warning that Industrial Administration has been added to
Naval Hospital Veterans in general should not expect to receive the graduate program of the U. S. Air Force
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton Commanding Officer their checks until several months after Institute of Technology. The course covering >.,.-
Capt. Guy E. Stahr Executive Officer the policy anniversary date. A year will be advanced management and economics will be-
.l NARTU required to complete the disbursement. gin next September. Regular and Reserve Air
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp Commanding Officer Force officers under 37, who can meet academic -
Comdr. Laurence D Ruch ... _Executive Officer TilE AIR FORCE has activated its first Air requirements, are eligible.
Resupply and Communications Wing with *
Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration Headquarters at Mountain Home AFB Moun- TIlE AIR 'FORCE'will open its fourth civilian -
building. Phone extension 8184. tain Home Idaho. This is one of several contract basic pilot training school at the
Editor-Andrew H. Planey Wings being organized and trained by the Bartow Fla., airfield on May, 29, with a class
., Staff Members: John L. Almond; Barbara Rkicman, SN; Military Air Transport Service for later deployment of 130 aviation cadets. Other such schools
Gerald Hynes. SN. overseas for service under the op- have been or are being established at Green-
The JAX AIR MbWb: : II published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station
Jacksonville. Florida, and printed commercially with non-appropriated fund erational control of theatre commanders. ville AFB, :Miss.; Columbus AFB Miss., and -
, at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35, Rev, They will have a dual mission: preparation Spence Field Moultrie, Ga. '
55 Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free ot charge at the Naval Air Station, the reproduction and dissemination of psychological r
J Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Cecil Field, and! -
warfare and aerial "PENTAGON WASHINGTON official
the Naval Hospital. materials resupply of new -
heS.J AIR NEWS II. memner ot the Armed Foiws Press ServlcRe- military units. program of the Defense Department was
matter from these sources must bear a credit line publication premiered May 6 on the Dumont TV network
ot other by service publications Is prohibited without peralsslotot
Editor JAR AIR NEWS. TWENTY-SIX NAVY chaplains were gradu- 8:30: to 9:00: P.M.. E.S.T., replacing the pres-
r ated from the first class for newly commis- ent "Armed Forces Hour.*
What The Carnival Means! sioned chaplains at the General Line School, S .
Newport R. I. Included were 11 Catholic AIR FORCE RESERVE Officer Training
priests three Jewish rabbis and 12 Protestant Corps units will be established at 62 addi-
Navy Charity Carnival Eliminates ministers. tional U. S. colleges and universities beginning
July 1, bringing the number of student train-
TilE ARMY has announced plans for the ing units to 187. The 62 educational institu-
Various and Sundry Charity Drives immediate reacquisition and reactivation of the tions chosen to receive new units were selected -
Baton Rouge, La., Engineer Depot It will from among 450 applicant schools. ."
r provide 770,000 feet of warehouse .'
For the benefit of all personnel, both military and and two and a half square million square feet of space open TilE MARINE CORPS Women Reserves are

. civilian, who were not aboard when the first Navy Carni- storage. observing their eighth anniversary. They are
: val for Charity was held at the Naval Air Station Jackson- S a still accepting qualified women at least 18 ?

ville, April 28-29 last year, the following resume of its aims FORT HANCOCK Sandy Hook N. J., will years old with or without prior military service: f

1-. and purposes are set forth : Recruiter's Pack Had
Naval Air Station Jacksonville was commissioned on Octo-
ber 15, 1940. Immediately thereafter the citizens of the City of A Few ]More Worms
Jacksonville proudly claimed it as their very own and consid-
ered it an integral part of their dally lives. They looked to the Hundred Years Ago

personnel attached here to take their part in all civic undertak- S4 1IJ j ] Recruiting duty today is a
ings sponsored by organizations In the City, including participation M ..xkea.r breeze compared to 100 years ago.
in all drives for charitable organizations. r Army recruiters then according
k The past record will bear out the fact that personnel responded to General Regulations, were required -
nobly by giving their full support. However these various to have the following equip
I. drives reached the point where every other week the per- t ment:
sonnel were being solicited for this and that organization. "Knaps Cks: frocks, trowsers,
muskets worms and flints, brushes .- I

In December, 1949, Captain Alvin I. Malstrom, who was then and picks, camp kettles mess
"wq 6 f pans axes with slings, recruiting
the commanding officer after considering the numerous complaints -
flags and drums and fifes
of the various departments' heads relative to the num- forage
ber of man hours that were being utilized to take care of the fuel and straw.-AFPS( ).

.. various and sundry drives, decided that something should be done
to circumvent this condition.A .

Navy Carnival for Charity was proposed, to be sponsoredand Theall'e
held at one time and then prorate this sum of money on a
percentage basis to the various and worthy charitable organizations .

-. ... ... GuideI"
The first attempt of this nature in April 1950 resulted in
the sum of 16315.00 being raised with money allocated as follows ON TIIE ALERT This 40mm gun crew aboard the USS MAINS IDE
: Community Chest $4,078.91; Navy Relief, $3,263.18; Red Rochester stands by for action during current. operations in the Thursday, May 10
i Shield Service Men's Club (formerly USO) 2447.35; March of Formosa area.NAVY "W1 rlwind" ____._Gene Autry p
Dimes $2,447.35; American Heart Society, $815.78 and Ameri- Frklay, May U

can Cancer Society, 81578. DEVELOPS POCKET-SIZE "Smuggler's Gold" _.._........._
The sum of 2447.35 was placed in the bank here on the ......._..-__._...Cameron Mitchell
elation in the Carnival account to be used as a nucleus working ATOMIC RADIATION DETECTORA Saturday, May 12
fund for putting on the Carnival this year. "Dark City" .........Lizabeth Scott
pocketsize'precision Sunday, May 13"Hamlet"
a pair of subminiature tubes.
ment for detecting atomic radia- "
of this Carnival is to raise sufficient funds in .Lawrence Olivier
Prime object Each is
tion has been developed for mil- about the size of a cig- \ \
order that donations can be made by the station to the various the Bu- Monday May It.
itary purposes by Navy's arette and "
together they repre- "'hen'I Grow Up"M_.
charitable organizations in the City of Jacksonville In view of
the fact that all naval activities based aboard the station participate reau search of Laboratory.Ships and the The Naval instru-Re- sent ten years of research by Na- M...-....-......_._.__...Robert Preston
'. in the Carnival the donations are given on the basis ment weights about one-twelfth val scientists and contractors.One Toes & Wed., May 15-18
, that they include all activities as a whole. as much as equipment now in is a gas-type Geiger counter "Th< Man From Planet X"__......, I
i. By taking care of the charitable organizations in this man- tube with enough current out- -.--,----_..-.. .Robert Clark
ner, the personnel themselves individually are saved the monotonous use.The Navy said the 'new radiac put to operate the radiac withoutthe I NATTCenter j
procedure of being solicited. every. time they turn around. (r.dioactivlty detection, indication addition of any electronic devices Thursday May 10
tubes. The other "
or ,a coro- "Fourteen Hours"Paul
and computation) weighs
If they wholeheartedly participate in the Navy Carnival for 5nly, two pounds. It will probably na voltage regulator tube provides i Friday, May 11
Charity by spending their money freely at the various booths and replace a Geiger survey instru- a stable source of high voltage "Dark City" .......Lizabeth Scott
games set-up for their pleasure all hands should feel that they ment known as the PDR-27 for the Geiger tube. The Saturday, May 12
j' have done more than their share of donating money to these which together with a companion flashlight batteries are its power "Smuggler's Gold" __....._..??
worthwhile charitable organizations. instrument for picking up radio- source. .._.-.__......_....Cameron Mitchell
A Board consisting of members of all naval activities based activity in the higher ranges Equipment and tubes for the Sunday, May 13
I aboard this station met on Monday afternoon May 1, 1951 to weighs a total of 34 pounds. radiac were developed for the "Painted Hills" ...-----._.Lassie
recommend that the proceeds received from the Navy Carnival The device is housed in a Navy by the Anton Electronic Won. & Tues., May 14-15
for Charity which will be held on May 18-19 1951 be prorated waterproof new shock-proof plasticcase Laboratoies Brooklyn New "Hamlet" .._....._.Lawrence Olivier
to charitable organizations was the case last year. and is powered by a pairof York. Wednesday, May 16 '
ordinary flashlight batteries.It "" 'hen I Grow Up" ..__...__._, r
t The General Chairman, members of his various committees is push-button operated easily .._._.-.--........_ Robert Preston
the carnival devote deal of their a
f and workers in booths a great maintained and will instantly
time and effort to make the Carnival a success. However, with-
indicate visually the values of
': out the full cooperation of All Hands the Carnival would be a atomic radiation intensities, in an DIVINESERVICES ,
failure. It must also be borne in mind that no individual who
J la connected with the Carnival in any way receives any financial area.The radiac's 270degreewidevisual >z Tyk

gain whatever. scale tells the operator at _
r Every cent of money derived from the Carnival except for once whether he is in a "safe" or .
. the small sum placed in the bank in the Carnival fund, is ultimately '
donated to the charitable organizations enumerated aboveat .
the time their drive for funds is placed before the public The scale reads all the way Protestant ;f 5 .'
'from .005 roentgens hourto w
o. Therefore All Hands should keep In mind the dates May 18- per 0930-Services. AH
maximum of 500 r.p.h. The
,_' 19 and make it their business to be on hand at the Carnival, and latter a would be a fatal dose of pel (Sunday; 1 Nt4
spend freely for a most worthy cause. if exposure were continued for 0915-Naval :Uosj ..

f''I an hour. In the lower ranges IMS-All Sa1
of the scale the radiation intensity -
); Retired Admiral Enrolls. ForCollege Trainingcourse is also indicated audi- 0830-Mass, .
Peoria Ill.. (AFPS-Rear Admiral in jewelry store manage- bly. 0930-St. l '
Forrest A. Rhoads who re- ment which includes watch mak- An instrument similar to the tf'4
tired last year after 34"years of ing the Admiral's hobby, whichhe radiac is being developed by the
service in the Navy is now due for I now plans to put to practicaluse. Atomic Energy Commission for
hazing-as a college freshman. lIe entered the Navy a* an non-military applications. 0646'Wet
Ha is enrolled at Bradley Uni- apprentice seaman in 1916 after The Navy said the simplicityand
versity under the G.L Bill of his graduation from Fullerton, portability of the radiac was d4
Ri hts. He Ja taking a four-year Calif., high school. made possible through the use of (Pocket-Size Detector) pe_ PT ,


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Page Three
May 10, 1951 -.- .

.. Benefits
-- Know Your

Station ", Money In Your Pocket i

Dialogue \.'

f .. i
("Station Dialogue" provides an Social
opportunity for military and cIvil- j, i>. From Security

ian personnel of NAS to voice!

their opinion on a question put to veteran of World War II and
AFPS-Are .a
them by a Jax Air News reporter "' y. ., NEW YORK active( duty between you September 16, 1940 and July 24,
: on
). r: : : were you
Today question la: Some states : 7f t. t: ? 1947?

have already legalized horse and If the answer Is yes, you may tablish these rights more quicklyIf
doc racing,do you think gambling t.> be one of an estimated 40,000 WWII I you never worked in Jobs cov-
should be legalised further?" i ". : s: veterans entitled to a $160 wage I ered by social security before en-
Robert F. Aumack VF- '., -. .' .f increasethe
Ensign credit under social security for tering military service, or
174='I don't indulge month of active service. social security payments to

... r; r In gam ..; I' every This applies even if you are paida your family if' you should die.

aYs bling to ary de- pension or compensation by the There are twotimes for action -
g but I thinkit ,
gree c. Veterans Administration. : No social security paymentscan
should be le- : EligibleIf be made until application has

galized.some Thereare who Identify These Aircraft And Win A Prize. you Dependents are the dependent of a been filed.

".. will always World War II veteran who died 1. When you are 65 you should

gamble and then Something New For In service, or died after discharge call at the social security office
again there lathe Always or release, you may be nearest you and ask about bene-

few who entitled to survivors' insurance fits.

gamble only on Aircraft Contest Addicts under terms of the amended Social 2. In case of your death, your
Aumack occasions. If peo- Security Act of 1050. family should tell the Social Se-

pie are going to gamble I believe Determined to be a winner, aM;er missing out by a matter of sec The 1950 amendments specify curity office and ask about bene-

they should do BO it fit their in- onds the previous week, Ensign I ilshop Blackwell of VP-861 score that social security wage creditsgo fits.No
come. In my opinion it would assist number one in last week's aircra quiz by spotting the cut-out phot to all WW II veterans who had part of this act applies to

the taxpayer considerable as that of a Russian MIG-15: and 1 l the other plane as a Norwegian 90 days or more service between the unemployment insurance provisions

I whether he knows it or not." "Finmark" Amphibian.Not September 16, '1940, and July 24, of the Social Security law.

did Ensign Blackwel 8184 they may be turned 1947, and whose discharge or release These payments are administeredby
only or
Donald R. Byers, AG3, Opera- annex the $3.00 Mainside Nav; into or the Jax Air News offices lithe from service was of not serviceare dis the state in which you are em-
Lions Depart- but he also Administration build honorable. ((90 days
f*. .. Exchange credit coupon Mainside not required if discharge was .
ment Sure, select ranks of two
Joined the ing in person.
in serv- ployed.War
let the peoplehave time winners of the contest, hay- Remember that no answers wil due to injury or disability

t legal gam- ing garnered first place severs be accepted prior to 0900 on Fri ice.) Special Credits TrophiesAre
bling. A certain weeks ago. day and that any contestant wh
r' percentage of the was Dick Ham obviously attempts to beat the These special credits do not apply -
In second place Allowed
are in if the veteran's military or
tax payers will be disqualified.
favor of legal- ilton, SN of NATTC, who was Jus deadline naval service in World War II ,
his bear in mini
few minutes late in phoning Another point to
I.. ized gambling. I a correct answers. Hamilton doe Is that the Air News cannot, due i[ leads to other Federal the retirement cred- But LimitedWashington
.i\t'\ know. Gamblingis i benefits. However, wage
honor each ,
the singular limitations, reprint
'v" however, to ,
legal in manyof gain space its are not affected by any com-
1. the foreign of being the first and only man contest for purposes of identification or pension that is paid (AFPS) t-- Military
countries and from NATTC to enter the contes the following week, therefor pensation by the Veterans Administration. t>ersonnel serving in Korea between -

... Beers why not take atax to date. it Is suggested that personne These credits may be usedto June 25, 1950, and a ter-
l aH ntt th e :- Just to keep the experts on save their copies of the paper so< determine wage payments un- ninal date yet to be fixed may
shoulderv"lnvu America. their torn today's quit is something they can check their answers with and your survivors Insur- ring back enemy trophies on their
payers will gamble whether it is new again. Pictures are the correct ones and at the same< der old-age First payments began in eturn. But they must comply with
People silhouettes of air- time build up a file on aIrcraft ance. set forth in
list of exceptions
and if it will help four angle II.
not 1950.
legal or September,
and states-then I am craft and in order to win the recognition that might prove use Army SR 550-51-1 and Air Force
I the country contest participants must fully ful at a later date. In the event a veteran dIes Regulation 75-19.
for it outright. I of discharge! ,
to within three years
Identify I all four planes as Excepted items, the bringing

Bennett O. Day, labor'supervis- type, nationality, and designa Send Greetings to Mother his an family earlier Is provision already of protectedby the so- nto the U. S. of which is prohibited -
greetings am
Public Mother's Day
or n' .... tion. be sent now by win cial security law. In these cases, are as follows:
worK -'mereI be submitted either flowers may
obtained In viola-
Answers may
creditswill Any property
the $160 monthly wage
NAS and NATTC Navy]
much the
by phone on If will Ion of international law.
be be used only they
and Exchanges, or telegrams may
I crookedne s s in sent from any coin box telephone, give higher payments to the vet- Nameplates taken from any kind
city and state via Western Union, at any time. eran's family than the older law. of equipment, removal of which
politics and leFt MOSQUITO OIL Suggested texts for Mother! Two Times For Action from the equipment to which attached -

galized gambling Day are available at both Navy These wage credits for active is forbidden.

will check a lot PROVES WORTH. Exchanges. military or naval service may enable Live ammunition, explosives, or

... of this. I think REDSWith you to regain social security bjects containing explosives.
if a vote of thi'i'i SCATTERS Nurses Invite Navy rights built up before the war; es- Any automatic-type weapons.
was heldDa Any firearms in excess of one
people it would be a U. S. 2nd Division, Korea To Saturday DanceThe Business as Usual per individual.

landslide in favor (AFPS) Mosquito repellent Radio, radar, or cryptologic
not effective againstthe Freshman Class of St. Vin
Is only
People gc quipment, including component
of making it legal. and singing little pests, but also cent's: Hospital Invites Navy personnel >arts and allied equipment.
tracks to see dog MovingFor
to the race their against Chinese Communists, to attend a spring formal Despite Inflammables of any kind.
horse races, and they lay discovered the Roof Garden of the
favorite 2nd Division troop dance on Enemy organizational equipment -
money down on their Hotel Saturday, 'May Pete's sake knuckle-
Then I recently Mayflower such as motor vehicles, airplanes -
That is called legal. sajlet's 12 at 2030.Admission. head don't leave by that door, lookout
make it legal all over the "We were firing fast and our surgical and dental equip-
h After the law is passedlet guns got to sticking," is! the is $1 for stags and !! Too late, another store- lent, machine tools and mechans' -
country. door and hits
falls out the
Cham- keeper tools.
B. for couples.
districts M/Sgt. George $1.50 :
the officials open and up place berlain way of Somerset, Ky., related I the dirt-at least it could have Articles of personal property,

where people Our can taxes go would blower the incident. "Several guns MATS Uses C-97-C happened for the Fasron Six uch as paintings, art objects, silverware -
their and the home owner and heated up M much they would- lllckam AF1S, T. II. (AFPS)- stores section is now up in the air china, linen, furniture,

business man will feel easier. n't fire at all. I sent the company The C-97C, new version of the C- literally, on blocks for its coming clothing, stamp and coin collections -

metllc down the hill to get 97 Stratofrelghter, is now in use shift to a new location.It gems and Jewelry, unless

AC3 Operationa some gun oiL He couldn't find by the Pacific Division, Military all happened when an Innovation urchased from the rightful own-
I Charles Rhoads, bottleof presented at Fasron Proof of title will be required
... _"Sure. 1 any, but brought back a Air Transport Service. was er.
for makinigambling mosquito repellent. The C-97C shows little visual Six offices. Wouldn't it be bet- In such cases.Previous .

1 am legal "We oiled our guns with it change over the earlier models, ter to incorporate all the differ- directives permit an Individual -

> Let's stop theSE and it worked fine. We chased< but it has an increased cargo ca- ent shops and offices under one on duty in an overseas
facilitate the flow of sup- ommand prior to the cessation of
over the roof to
That of 10,000 pounds
backroom brawl!! the Chinese off the hill. pacity .
and material, instead of hav- ostilities in Europe or the 1'a.elfie
models. Maximum load ca- plies
bottle of Juke really won aid
i; where ;
all the area? to return one firearm -
t : pacity is 75 tons. ing it spread over capable
start : the battle
i fights If oveii it "Ortainlv".. u&maintained< ; .... someone of being concealed on the person -
i gambling. of high office, "certainly," chor- and one Samurai sword pro-
I were legal wall, f used the lower echelon and todayall Ided a certificate of authority ia

'" .' man could the storekeepers are up in the btained from the proper source.
into a legal betI air. .
1 tine! Place an (t .
Rhodes he isn't doing One thing however, it doesn't
oAT- Speedy Message
the work from going on as
anything that he would b 2 $WA.y. keep
for the ardent AK's of
ashamed of. I don't care wha s ,
U hangar 115 are carrying on, evenif
anyone says, you just can't stol] \liracls NoticeNew
III.a have to climb up on
gambling any more than you tl'J; you
building to draw your stores.Confusion .
to stop a person drinking. They'lfind 1.flN'fIN6WI"f' i York (AFPS)-The fastest
a way, aways. Let's stol] cer Situation communications method in the
ourselves, legalize it am I w
fooling Z Z orld has attracted the attention
give' the taxpayers break. Tha ;: H .L, Eglin AFB, Fla (AFPS)-People of! the Armed Forces.

is my opinion..." N:) ht 0w j telephoning the Special Services A message that can be transmitted
{ :; officers here sometimes get at more than 3,000 word

Elisha Edwards, AOC, FasroiJ : the Sergeant Major: Major Sar- a minute, contrasting with the
109-"To legato. yOJIIeTOWN E- geant, or both. The confusing present 300 words' a minute, I*
gambling w 11 t ,, ;-.: situation arose when Maj. B. P. made possible, by "I high Sliced

e.y help the stateconsider Sargeant was assigned to the of- Fax," recently displayed hereby
r fice where the Sergeant Major Is'' Western Union engineer
ably. Right her S/Sgt. Harold Major. who developed the process.
in Florida the ,: Photographs, printed and written -

f are draining th : WATER SHORTAGE matter were placed in a cylinder -

barrel to ge, I Novato Calif. (AFPS) Citizens of the sending unit of the
more money told echanlsm. Thirty seconds later
of this town were they
if it were legalized ] The route now in use
WEST GATE TRAFFIC ROUTE- new must conserve water this summer. clea.r, readable copies rolled from

t-, r> __' a44 i" we woulnot for West Gate Supply warehouse area) traffic is depicted above. The water shortage was brought the 'receiving unit.OVERWORKED.
..__n.m nave thl Traffic is made to flow from the Industrial area at mainside via about when heavy rains interrupted -
condition thaYou the West Gate, for all persons living in
', Edwards the illustrated lanes The work on the town's new reser- St. Louis (AFPS)-Imaldo R.
exists right no\\ Wesconnett, Lake Shore and neighboring areas.
Orange Park,
false alarms
voir. Simone sent In two
.4 can't stop gambling, s until further notice.
Just route will be in use because: he was "overworked and
get some relic< i
let the taxpayers tired."
from the high taxes they hay feeling I
to pay. Of course the big' tin
gamblers won't like it since the:
k are getting all the cream rlgi -' Buffalo, N. Y. (AFPS) :Mwi
now. Let's chase them out e) Samuel Yochelson stumped the
their outlaw rackets and mat experts: in a radio quiz program
I legal. Government and received an encyclopedia. She

.. gambling ficlals(will find what a relief I mailed her question 12 years': ar?.

r will be*for their administration,

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VP-S, VF-742. VF-916, VF-41. VA-859. Fasron 9 Report .. ,"'\\ \"

I Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons '

'r' % *

vr-5; I time during the past week. of All Weather Flight School at
To start the leave ball rolling, Corpus Christ!, has shown the ,
the last to lei t
Literally man Lt, John Richardson left for youngsters in the squadron that

a person down is James "Dig ,Orange Park, Florida and Lt rocket firing is a cinch ,if you

ger" Caldwell, SH2, but he': (j,g.) Don Dickert took off for make ;your .run on instruments.His .

still given a wide berth b y Quaketown, Pennsylvania. policy is, "I don't bother
Commander Vincent Hathorn, with the gunsight--just make a
some of the more squeamisl 1 CAG 17 maintained the group I needle width turn on top let

of the squadron personnel,. looked very well in our first Inspection down in a standard rate descent

lIe's quiet, friendly and an last Saturday. and fire when the red warning
light on the radio altimeter flashes. -
observing guy, t>ut despite --- ,- ."

these assets, his thoughtful, Whether that did it or not, Lt.

looks are regarded with un Emgc has such an excellent av-

easy concern. erage on a flight last week there
was some talk of loading an SNB
Seems Jim is a full fledged mor
and sending him out to get a per h e r
tician, has been for three year !
fect score.
and like all reserves deprived of *
their work is anxious to get back 1 r
into harness, still for some reason VA-S39: Vir

his efforts aren't appreciated by The highlight of VA-859's interesting S
the recipients of his thoughtfulgaze. and highly successful' "beer

bust" last Friday was the softball
The "welcome aboard" mat was game between the officers and
laid out for three new men re- white hats.Sparked .

porting to the squadron for duty. by the brilliant pitch-

Howard Sparks, AK3; Thomas Ing and leadership of Douglas A

Flood, SA; and Anthony Grecco, VF-921 INSIGNIA-By combining Roberts, AMI, and Stanley Ogus, i
SA. Flood goes to the Ordnance the Missouri state car- ADC, the men handed the officersa I ( ,
division while Grecco has been as- dinal, with a machine gun held decisive 7-1 trouncing. A heated \BEMBHHHBBBu4HiiMgWW *_v\i.._ .. a >>". ....-i..._ _::w..__,
signed to the power plants. bat fashion, naval aviation dispute developed however, over

wings, a ship's anchor and a the integrity of the umpire, Dan- DEFENDERS OF FREEDOM. S. servicemen and women
Sixteen' reserves in VP-5 took rocket, VF-921's insignia aptly iel W. Collins, AMI, and plans all over the world have been declared the "Defenders of Free
special interest in last week's edi- pin points the squadron as be- were made on the spot for a rematch dom," which is the theme of this year's Armed Forces Day observance -
tion of the "Jax Air News", and ing from St. Louis and one des- in the near future. May 19. The day here will be observed with displaysand
are already anticipating their return ignated for carrier duty, pack- During the festivities, football, an air show.
I to civilian pursuits. Seems ing a terrific power. tug-o-war, wrestling and judo
as though the hot dope is out was tried and enjoyed by all.

i about returning these citizens to VF-916 Chief Wilkes, in a very inter- Armed Forces Day Hails

\ civil life in July. A beer bust was held on April esting demonstration of hypno- .
tism, succeeded in, placing two
: When the Duty Chief is pagedin 27th and everyone had their fill of ,
VP-5's hangar, there Is some men in a very deep trance and
what was available, then much to
confusion on the part of the man every one's amazement the offi- had them at his command for almost 'Defenders Of Freedom7Washington
45 minutes.Congratulations.
involved. This is not due to some- cers turned around and beat the
to John A.
one "dropping the ball" but a
enlisted men in a soft ball game
certain Thomas D. Duty, ADC, is immediately following the festivi- Flowers for his recent promotionto (AFI'S)-America will salute its "Defenders of Free ";
continually in doubt as to whether full lieutenant. Currently the dom" May 19, in the second annual observance of Armed Forces t
or not he is wanted. ties.The instrument training officer for
usual dunking of men mak- VA-859, Lt. Flowers recently com- Day.
Sporting an impressive record
ing new rates took place. Lt. John The third Saturday in May has
pleted training at the All Weather "
en the softball diamond, with 6 fenders of Freedom
President Tru-
[ I I wins, no losses, the VP-5 team Schultz, Chief Mar 10 Molino, Flight School at Corpus Christi been designated by for The prime objective of the occasion -
1 occasion honoringthe
George Gullage, AD3, John Roche, Texas. man as an
holds a batting of .370 is to familiarize the pub
average and women of the Armed
Chief Fred Christopher and the men
and has scored 89 runs in six skipper were also victims. Gul- Forces and for renewing our faithin lic with the state of the nation's
played. rapidly expanding defenses. To
lames ended with broken wrist the ideals of peace and free-
With /5 round trippers, 3 triples while lage Roach up off a with lacerated Illustrations in the squadron insignia dom which their united efforts accomplish this, Secretary of De-
I and 3 doubles, Ross Griggs is high hand. got a ''I. contest are earnestly requested strive to preserve. fense George C. Marshall has ordered
man on the totem pole with a from all hands in the unit. troop and equipment par-
The influx is still with the observations, locally
.591 effort. Close behind is War- on I The deadline has been set for May Community) ticipation provided to as many
families of Lt. Paul Gartland will highlight
ren Con kiln with a nice .545. Lt. 15 and the prize Is ten dollars. sponsored, communities as is feasible.
Alfred Godfrey, Lt. Bill Gains, Lt. activities of this Armed Forces
Pitching honors are shared by Lcdr. James Neander, popular This first time
I year, for the ,
Ben Talutis The III "De- y
) Leo
(jg Mazerall, Iay. day's slogan
Wilson Alexander and Russell executive officer of the squadronhas veterans of the Korean campaign -
ADE1 Sal
Conti ADE1 and Al
Lantz, who have three apiece to been welcomed back into the will\ join with veterans of
their credit. Lasher, AEM2 moving down here. told by all hands after a short Exhibit Air Show Set both World Wars, Reserve
\ Congratulations to Joe Langelieron ,
1 cruise and leave. forces, and civilian component
VF742Approximately making 2nd class. At least one person assumed For Armed Forces Day of the Armed Forces to make
In future
the don't go on the
Nisbet had received
Lt. Grant an the occasion a memorable on.
S 0f/0 of the officers wagon if you see a little tank Income tax refund after lookingat Observance of Armed Forces .
I in VF-742 are now qualifiedin running around the hangar, for his inflated chest and beaming Day here May 19 will be cou- The military-civilian cooperative
field carrier landing practice 916 has adopted an armadillo as countenance last week. When he pled with the staging of the enterprise will include pa-
as our flight operations continue. a mascot rades, exhibits, demonstrations,
passed out cigars however, he ex- huge Navy Charity Carnival. ..
talks by and naval lead.
Aircraft availability is still rather Final preparations are being i 19
plained that his wife had presented Gates will be open on May
acute but the squadron man made for the forthcoming wed- him with a 9'-pound boy and to the public to witness a brilliant ers, and "open house" tours of
aged to rack up 114 hours flight ding of Lt. (j.g.) Will Killian. His I mother and son were doing fine. display of military equip many Service installations. Visitors
will be "welcomed aboard"
r fiance has arrived
and the situation
Chief Thomas cf the Fasron 9 ment, and a spectacular air

vessels at
is well in many Navy port cities.
both and Air .
supply department went fishingover show with Navy
Navy ChildrenTo For the purpose of administration
the week-end again but drewa Force units participating. in connection with Armed

Make First VF-41 blank this time. The week be- The Army and Marine Corps Forces Day, six geographicalareas
With the advancement of William fore he received an unexpectedswim will have on exhibit the most have been designated, and
E. Schoch and Maurice T. when his boat slipped from modern equipment, most of it one Service assigned the primary
Holy Communion Hand to ADI, the promotion totalin under him but caught six nice now in use, in Korea. responsibility for all activities
the bass after cllming from the drink. within its The
squadron has reached 46, area. designated
St. Edward's Chapel will be the
; including the skipper and four commander will coordinate all
scene for the reception of the I
First Holy Communion by a score other officers.A ORDNANCE SCHOOL GUNPHASEAT phases of planning and operationwith
"well other Services In the
done" is extended to area
I Gf 13th.Navy children, Sunday, May Schoch for his work in develop- NATTC 'TRAINS 'EM' GOOD I

This event is held I ing the new tool used for work Invisible Shot Camera
annually on M -
Mother's Day after a year of : ing on squadron fighter plane en I The Ordnance School's gun by Legron
I i Developed By Navy
I study, and is the most important gines. The device has proven -lobe phase, under the direction of I Bradshaw AOC is doing a
chapter in the life of the children. I a great time saver. I Washington (AFPS-A cam-
Under the direction of Father I Lt. Ben Emge, recent graduate Chief Gunner LeRoy, : :McCall thriving business at/NATT. era lens which can take close-up

I John J. BUrns, Catholic chaplain --- -- Center.The I pictures from two to three miles

at St. Edward's, the children have school is turning out an av- away has been constructed at the
been taught by Mrs. Margaret R" 'JI" erage of 100 trained ordnancemenper I Naval Ordnance laboratory here.

Wiggins in the fundamentals of : : ;AVt& month. "At the end of this The lens, designed to photograph
the Catholic cannot only from parachutes' at great
religion. The ceremony lRM' ; course the graduates )
will open with a procession v : repair a Navy gun, they can do altitudes and for the study of

of the children and St. Edward's ,: ,, : I it in a hurry," according tp Chief missiles in lllglit, will also photograph -
sanctuary boys into the chapel for t I#,t-* ;\g.0.'" Bradshaw. objects inOMble to the
the 0830 mass. 4V i I naked eje. The focal length I*
Those who will make their first u- !II I The school is composed of four about eight time that of the .

communion are Robert Neasham, courses involving small arms, .50 normal telephoto lens
Jackie Wade, Raymond Valla, Wil- caliber, .20 millimeter cannon, and The Navy claims that a photog-
liam Gunnels, Clifford Bottin, boreslghtlng and malfunctions. rapher "shooting" from the top of
James Lynch, James Van Aus- Students stay a week in each the Washington monument could
dal, Fred Lombardi, Thomas Lom- course, at the end of which timea take cose-up movies of a ball gameat
bardi!, Paul Vlasek, Maurice Blick- test is given to determine his Griffith Stadium, almost three
ham, Camille Marshall, Terry \ progress. If the student is not miles away.

Rudd, Sharon Hance, Sharon Ju- : E'er a r making satisfactory progress, he I
? remedial study in the is being constructed at this time.
leff, Margaret Mary assigned *
Lynne Carter, June Carter. :Maria form of night classes conducted I I
This & will intensify
$' 0,000
Sourbeer, Margaret Fuller, --. from 1900 to 2130. range
I Mitchell Helms. the practical training of the

The Sanctuary Boys are under { A weekly test is only for the in.I I student, by giving them the opportunity
to fire the that
structor's information, but the guns
the direction of John Crotty, AD 1.
Holding responsible positions dur tests at the end of each two they have studied, and correct actual f

ing the mass are cross bearer, weeks, (sub-area test), and the malfunctions which they rruty
f John Adams; master of ceremo monthly test, (area test), determine expect to encounter in the fiela.

ales, James Liteky; James De- the student's standing in the With the country in a state of

worken and David Smith; torchbearers ] entire phase. national emergency, it is pointed
f Michael Kelly, Jamet The gun phase has increased out, it is essential that highly
400 per cent in size since comingto trained ordnancemen, and plentyof

Finhell TRAINING ORDNANCEMEthe :N-Sgt. Gerry Teufel dissembles Jax. The phase in Memphis them, be made available to the

i breech bolt of the Kemingt on Model 11 for students Leslie consisted of eight instructors.Here fleet. Officers and the Instruc-
Ernest,, Kornmann, AA and Dean Andei rson, AA, during one of the gun it has been enlarged to 31 tors of the gun phase at NATT
t After the ceremony, refreshments phase classes at the Ordnance Sis will be *....d. turning out highly trained on il nance men. An additions] malfunction range see that this need it taken cart of r

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W/ieii Waves Decide On Picnic

Bits'In ,. I

They Mean To Go Thru: With ll

Fasron Six's hard work- j' When the' WAVES decide to I .

ing: ordnance division, a SYS-' r f S' 2 'I' have a picnic, nothing else can I muscle straining with effort, the
combined forces of the Navy'swomanpower
.'. tem of rotation i has been I deter a soft them-not shoulder.even a bus stuckin won (believe it or

worked out whereby incom- not )and the balky bus moved
Twenty-five local girls aboarda
ing personnel learn each de- reluctantly. back onto the road.
: Navy bus left the Wave Bar-
partment's duties by seeingit racks blithely unaware of the With a shout of triumph the
dauntless damsels reboarded the
done, reading of new meth- hazards that can be encountered -
tjiI between'NAS and Seminole I
ods and correct procedures, Beach-rendezvous point for the

and by doing the actual work. picnic.

Each new man checking into nL The bus bumped merrily along, .

.... ordnance; will go in turn to Lowell arriving at Seminole Beach to
Pennell, MNC, in the mine shop; find it quite deserted. Where was
Jerome Sheppard, AOC, on the Q L the rest of the party-and more I k

rocket range; Dominick Gallltano, $ttvisi1CMi'91'tf important where was the chow?
AOC, for small arms and gear The hungry women demanded a '
instruction, and Pinckney A. Als- search be made so down another : '
"' brook, AOC, in charge of the aviation bumpy road went the bus with a I a.
ordnance equipment.Due full crew aboard. No luck! -
to the never easing turn- + .: ._....
over of personnel in Fasron 6, Turn around and go back? The
Homer Park, PRC, has been sent bus went into reverse, backed up bus and continued on their way
to Fasron 821 for duty. Jim Bar- and stopped Then into low gear, The second trip to Seminole met
rington, AD2, has also left on 'orders ; stepped on the gas and nothing with success and the missing
but only to Memphis, Tenn., happened. WAVES and chow were found.
for schooling. "We're stuck in a soft shoul- The picnic got into full swing in
jIi-- time at all.ComFair.
der, the driver courageously an- no
It Is hoped Bill Dial, AMC, and nounced to the dismayed wom- 1 .

Dave Eckerson, ADC, who have en. With a mighty groan the 25 Trio
been transferred to the hospital WAVES hopped off the bus and Jax

with the squadron. of moving the mighty bus which
Wesley Magoon, AC3, of the op- for some unexplainable reason Enjoying
\ eiatlons department is now the seemed to have gained mountainous -
proud father of a fine baby boy proportion..
Weight of the new arrival wasn't . Career PatternA

available but best wishes for the AFp$ / I Grunting and groaning and

family are. sliding in the. soft sand, every trio of sailors attached to
Jim Fox, AA, also of operations, MOTHER'S DAY-This year servicemen everywhere are re- ComFairJax could be dubbed
signed on board the ship of mat- minded.that May 13th is the date of the annual tribute to mothers. "Three Modern Day Muske-

rimony, May., when he repeatedthe While the present emergency may put many miles between serv- + BREEZES + teers", so similar have their lives
nuptial vows with a girl from iceman and his parents, no amount of distance can separate the been since they joined the Navy.
.. his home state of Pennsylvania. feelings of a mother for her son or daughter. Chief: "The question is: What Like the legendary fictional heroes -
William S. Fielder YN2, reenlistment lis capital and labor?" of centuries past, the three
and diary yeoman of Garners AwardsFor sign Miller participated in every Seaman: "Capital is when sailors, all yeomen third class,
Fasron 6 has earned Six: Bits' strike, including rocketing and ;you lend money and labor is when I Mike Ciminero Harry Pisslnl and
"white hat of the week" 'title for. bombing of bridges across the Ya- you try to get it back." Joe Spano have followed the same
lu River at Sinuiji for five daysin since first
his exemplary work in the Fas- Achievement like pattern they
\ Ion personnel office. a row. The squadron, accord- shipped in the Navy from their
Lieutenant: "Have a book
Ing to Miller, was "Jumped" ev- you and
Ohio two
home town of Niles,
entitled, 'Man: Master of Wo-
After receiving recruit train- In Korea Combat ery day by Red jets. man'?" one-half years ago,

ing at Williamsburg, Va., Fielder I Miller recalls that he had his Librarian: "Look in the fiction Shortly after their graduationfrom

has served at Beaver Point, Ore., closest escape in the Chosen area. department, please sir." McKinley High School in
Port Huneme, Calif, Camp Parks, Ensign Alexander A. Miller III While strafing at 200 feet, he Niles, the three "white hats" de-
CsLlif., Camp Endicott, R. I., and of Fernandina Beach was awarded flew directly into a high tension cided to See The World by way of
on the USS Salpan before being the Air Medal with two gold cable. The plane, along with his Angry Motorist: "Some of you the salty service and were sent
stars in lieu' of the second and pedestrians walk along just as
transferred to Fasron 6. nerves, was severely damaged. He by the Navy to Great Lakes for
third Air Medal for outstanding though you owned the streets"Irate
Originally a member of the SeaBees managed to get back to the car- training.
"Yeah and
when he first enlisted in Feb. achievements in Korean combat, .rier under his own power. Pedestrian: Unlike most home town buddies
1943, Fielder served with them at a recent NATTCenter person- On reaching the State about some of you motorists drive justas who join together and are separ-
Z for four years and was discharged nel inspection.The April 1, Miller was transferred to though you. owned. car. ated following boot camp, the

as coxswain in November, 1947, award was presented by NATTCenter. ComFairJax trio were all assignedto
after serving just previously in Capt. Lester K. Rice, commandIng Traffic Cop: ""Say", didn't you yeoman school in Norfolk Va.

the cold 'ern 'ell regions ,of Kodiak officer of NATTC. see me wave at you? Their luck still held out upon com-
and Dutch Harbor. After graduating from Fernan- VP-861 Gets Sweet young thing: "Yes, butyou're pletion of school and they were
wasting your time I'm en- transferred to Jacksonville together. -
discovering that civilianlife dina high school, Miller enteredthe "
to led.
held less for him than the Navy's V-5 program and re- gaged be man .
Navy, Fielder reenlisted, but had ceived his wings in Jacksonvillein New Skipper Along came the exams for seaman -
Jost his rate through broken serv- October, 1948. "How did he die?" first and in June of 1949 the
ice and decided to switch to "He passed away during a card trio were advanced in rate.A .
yeo- While with VF-32 aboard the Comdr Edward A Rogers re- "
real obstacle loomed when
man. JSS Leyte in Korean waters, EnCOAST lieved Lcdr. George H. Wilson as : game. up
The switch proved successful to officer of Patrol "What did he die on"I I I the three first took the exam for
commanding "Five aces." : third and it seemed as if
both Fielder and the Navy for he 861 I yeoman
Squadron during an impres- .
the three might fall apart, but
was promoted to his present rate of command I
last month and now spends much sive change to the cere- "I can't eat this garbage," cried consistent as always, all of them
vof his spare time attending the mony held adjacent last squadron the enraged diner, "Call the man I failed to make their rate.
Friday morning.
Jones ager. The latest twist to the unusually -
I Business College in Jack- to VP-
Comdr. Rogers reported 'S said the waiter similar naval of the
sonville in an attempt to become no use, careers
861 from VP-7 where he had
"he won't eat it either." I threesome occurred just recently
qualified for his .
job.I executive officer and
served as operations .
Other I when they successfully passed
officer. highlightsof A chorus girl gets her educa- fleet wide exams and were advanced -
I NATTC Guests Comdr. Rogers' naval career Include tion by stages-a college girl by to yeoman third class.
from the Naval !
graduation degrees There is a very big possibility
Academy in 1940, designation as .
I Ciminero Pissinl and Spano may
Visit, Conquer naval aviator in in land September base 1943, "Does he play much golf?" be separated any time in the future -
instructing patrol "Oh, thirty-six holes roughly but to date the service careers -
bombers for two and
years, com- I
speaking. of the "Three Musketeers"have
; very behaved
; officer of Patrol Bomb-
j manding I
I VIP's were the guests of NATT- "And how much without swearing been very unusual in this age
131 from
Center last ing Squadron September '" ''I of daily individual transfers.
Friday. They came, 1945 to June, 1946.
they saw, and they conquered the
The new VP-861 leaders attended -
hearts of all who
saw them.
t Massachusetts Institute of
The guests came out primarily Technology for three years, wherehe
to see Naval aircraft in operation,
took a post-graduate course in
eP but after reviewing the NAS sa- Aeronautical Engineering. He re-

luting battery, and the aircraft, ceived his letters of Science de-
they all came to the same conclusion gree in June, 1949.
that the most interesting Lcdr. Wlldon commanded Patrol
point of interest in the entire
Squadron 861 as a reserve squadron -
Jacksonville" Navy area was the F since May 1, 1950. He saw it I
choo choo called to active duty September
The very Important people 15, 1950. A member of the Na-
VIP's) were the students of Mrs. val Reserve, Lcdr. Wilson was a
George Fay's Kindergarten of commercial pilot. He has been or-

. McGirt's Boulevard. The students, : 9 dered to ComAirLant where he 1 : t
many of them Navy children, fl I will await further assignment by :: aC

wanted to come to NAS to see ? the Bureau of Naval personnel.
1 the planes They were thrilled I .
over the NAS saluting battery
II oh'ed and ah'ed over the planes Thanks O&R Employees

" ,- but the climax for them was the For Blood DonationsThanks \t
; NAS switch engine that came by }
twice while they were there. to the Overhaul and Re-
1 1 k ks3 pair Blood Bank Committee for y lCf >g .'JC

' MAYBE liE DIDN'T KNOW arranging to supply blood for
1 Cleveland (AFFS) Sixteen- their daughter has been forwarded -
year-old Bobbie Lee Robinson was by Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gonza-

,:j awarded a divorce when she told les.
1 "I the court the only home her husband Special thanks has been ex-

.. proriijd her was his. automobile pressed for the O&R employees
P( for their cash donations which
-j. I helped in the recovering of the
{ 'W.. ..\..) '( p.4
HAl\IOANf TRAIN AT HAWAII Gonzales' daughter who is recup-

Honolu'ii, T. II. (AFI'S)-The erating in the Brewster Hospital.
first contingent of native Samoan This ship-shape GUARD bit of QUEEN femininity -- Gonzales is an employee of O ........ .. ..... ._ _.. ... ........__..... n .____

Navy enlisted men, former members has been titled "Coast & R. CHANGE OF C01\IMAND-Ledt. George II. Wilson, front, inspects .
of the famed Fita Fita Guard, Guard Queen" She's Sandra personnel of Patrol Squadron 861, prior to being relieved .
arrived rect' Pearl Harbor Spence and can currently be i Have you heard the one about as commanding officer by Comdr. Edward A. Rogers, second from
for assignment to naval activitiesin seen' In the new film, "The the dead dachshund ? He met his right. This is the first change-of-command since this squadron wan
the 14th Naval Distilct.' Fighting: Coast Guard." I I I end going around a tree! ordered to active duty September 1950.



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Six JAX AIR NEWS May 10, 1951

Y n4 I aSTATION Hospital, VF.41 UP-5 Show

Unbeaten HAS Loop MarksAn

By Armed Forces Press Service

Perhaps the outstanding exponent of the malaprop in today's
sports picture is Larry Berra, New York Yankee catcher. Better up and coming VF-41 band of softballers moved .

known as "Yogi", the round Bomber backstop exudes more individual into a tie for the top spot in the NAS Softball American

color than anyone since the days of Cobb, Ruth Gehrig, et al. Un- League division play along with VP-5 while Naval Hospital ..

doubtedly the refreshing part of continues to hog the spotlight in the National division -
Yogi's rare personality in his nat- position to take drastic action ofa unblemished
with an slate of seven straight wins.
I uralness. There's nothing affected negative nature. Six of the n
about the malapropisms which eight conference members are VF-41 and VP-5 are yet to .beaten..

Row from owned by and operated at the discretion Monday, O&R in a playoff of a Hospital remained undefeated in
Berra'sUps. of sovereign states. The postponed game knocked Marine
Forinstance two privately controlled Institu- Security, 20-11. Leonard Lewicki play by cruising past
durable NARTU 7-5.: NARTU
tions, Stanford and Southern Cali- and Gene Spieker both swung s .
a the the
good example fornia, are nearly as susceptibleto for three hits for the Overhaul- gave Corpsmen roughestthey
have had thus far this
was public "pressure." ers Paul Moon was the winning go
the time pitcher. Lloyd Navarro got three season. Earl Schnctzler, Hospital's -
third baseman ran off with
for four for the Leathernecks.
Roy Ham- Because it could have been ,
a i the batting honors by gathering
LeRoy Kase was the losing Marine T.
ey, former good( "fir instance" let us sup- tosser. 2 of the team's 6 hits.
Pirate and pose that California's president, Reliable Ben "Doc" Kissee
now with the good Doctor Robert Gordon VP-10 Posts Wins gained his seventh win of the sea-

the Yankee Sproule was to order his faculty VP-10 came from behind to son against no defeats. For the
organi z a representative to vote against trim the First Lieutenants divi- Reserves Dub Shuman collected

tion, asked the Rose Bowl! Well one sion, 117. Marlin Hanna collected three hits. Ernest Williams was
T ogi B err s Yoi when of Dr. Sproule's biggest bosses three for four for the Patrol- on the mound to receive the loss

he could talk with him happens to be Governor Earl ers. Peanut Owen was the losing O&R scorched VP-741 in a runaway -

Berra, always the cooperativetype Warren, an active regent at the moundsman. 23-4. Bill Williams had a
with this: big Berkeley school Fasron 109 trounced FaeTu- perfect day at the plate with three
came up
'Why anytime at your incon- It would not take Governor Lant 17-4 on 17 hits. Harold Mur- for three. Bob Grant received the
Warren long to convince President ton collected three for the winners win while Larry Morris took the
venience, Roy. I
and Jerry Stewart bingled loss. t'
that California'sfaculty
It is reported that Yogi's traveling Sproule "
luggage is a sight to behold. representative had act- b twice for the losers. Bob Pettit Fasron Six went on a hitting
r was on the mound for Fasron to spree to race past FaetuLant 16-
Looks like it barely had surviveda ed in haste particularly if It > ,
post the win while Dick Clibery 9.> Art Bullock and Gus Dualey
Christmas rush. He has one happened to be around the time
took the defeat. teamed: for five of the team's hits
piece, a Gladstone, that is both the university was preparing to
i Improved Ordnance & Gun- to: aid Duggie Klingheil to his
ancient and wellbeaten.One submit the next ,'ear's budgetto ni.- ""' _
of the Yankees mentioned the State Legislature nery edged ComFairJax, 9-7 in a third win of the year. Featu's
WOMEN'S CHAMP grimly fought duel. Bob Browne catcher Spitznogle got two of his
it last
year. -Determined Anne Clarke a of ComFairJax took batting hon- team's five hits. Bob Clerrer took
don't get a new suitcase somewhat in the
"Why" you Reasoning Seaman Wave attached to the ors by slamming out three for the loss for Faetu.
? was the query. same way, we expect to see bigtime
Communications department, four. Fred Gaman Frank Heth- High Scoring Affairs
I? Yogi."The
"Why should reported college football televised this shows the form which her Bill
won cox, and McVey each got Operations Flight Division
J only time I ever use it is fall and from now on regardless the station women's golf cham- two safeties for the gunners. Jim- lasted 14 hits to drub Photo Lab,

when I travel! of what the NCAA and pionship in a tourney held re mie Clarke notched another win 16-9. Five Operations players -

various conferences do( in the wayof cently. She downed Fuz Weber while Elliott took the loss for I walked away with ten hits, each

Once a couple of years back anti-TV resolutions. 3 and 2 In the finals. ComFair. having gathered two apiece. Bill
f friend of Yogi In St. Louis, his Radio( and television have come Headrick toed the rubber to re-

hometown( got together and decided to be regarded by many as a pub- ceive the win. John Orsolak got
to stage a "Yogi Berra" lic service, with close state and two blngles for the losers. Don ,
night. It was planned in connection Federal supervision in other Archenbornn accepted the loss for
with a Yankee-St. Louis words, a utility. All utility execs Photo Lab.

Brown gam know that where facilites are MAD walloped a failing VP-861

As I III! usual on such occasions, available a customer who applies squad 25-4.: Getting 15: hits and
the fan donated a lot of fancy MUST BE SERVED. And unless I 25 walks, MAD handed VP-861
tuff which was presented to our learned professors solve their Sports their second consecutive loss Ev-

Yogi In a home plate ceremony. present TV problems fast regula- ery man on the leatherneck squad
Visibly affected by this domonfctration tory bodies will soon come up with hit safely against the four pitchers -

of hometown friendshIp the answers favoring the used by the losers. Leroy

Berra delivered this acceptance dear public! Lienau went all the way for the
speech over the loudspeakers Marines to post his third win. Pee

1 : The Bluegrass' Baron Is coming Wee Harris of the Reserves had

"Till 111 awfully nice and I to the shortgrass' country! I a perfect day at the plate banging -
want to thank all of you who Uhlch is another way of say I out :5 for 5. Bob Oliver was -
made this .occasion. necessarj." ing Adolph "The Baron" Ilupp, | the losing pitcher.
coach: of Kentucky's national An up-and-coming VF-41 nine
Another jam they spin about collegiate: championship basketball CROWN IN ALL-STATE SHOOT :. subdued a persistent VP-10 crew,
Berra concerns the time when he team, I... the guest speakerat 12-10. John Teeter of the 41'ers
was in a rare hitting slump. lIe the annual Oklahoma U. Jax Navy's skeet team captured collected two of his hits Don

couldn't figure what was wrong sport banquet May 26 the five-man Service team Arthur service and Gordon with Teets 481x500.coppedthe Harkins accepted the loss. Bill
and was discussing the problem The event honors all Sooner honors in the State Skeet Championship I group Shock was the winning .twirlerfor
with one of the Yank coaches. I sports lettermen The spe- shoot last Sunday at the Team member Gene Varner fin- VF-41.
Jax Gun Club while of its ished in a four-way tie at the end
: ,
The coach asked if he'd tried cial committee on gambling setup one Here are standing as of Tues.
shifting: his weight, changing his by the National Association top members was eliminated in of the regulation 100-target grind day, May 8th:
the final shoot-off for indi- with Emmett Lee of Jax, Tommy
stance and all the other tried and of Basketball Coaches has drafted top AMERICAN
vidual honors. Spicola of Tampa and Dan Mac-
proven methods of correcting hit- a 9-point resolution calling Team W L
Cormack of Pensacola. The four I
ting difficulties. Berra said he I for tighter collegiate supervision The Navy's five-man team composed VP-5 6 0
had done all of these things and of future game Also they'd of Ken Pendergras, Eugene went into a shoot-off for top in- VF-41 4 0 ,

he still couldn't get a hit. Final- like state legislatures to pass Varner, Tommy Burnam, William dividual honors. Fasron Six 4 1
ly the coach said: laws providing severe penalties Spicola took Varner in their Fasron 109 4 3
off Yo- for those who offer bribes to shoot-off and Emmett Lee coppedthe FaeTuLant ,4 4 s.. .
"Maybe timing's ,
your players. Spring Cup S all-gauge crown by defeating VP-861 2 3
gi. Spicola. Lee shattered 200 straight O&G 2 3
Berra glanced up at the clock Two Split Honors In clays to beat Spicola. VP-10 3 4

pensively for a minute. Play Moves Varner by virtue of finishing MAD 3 5

"Yen! Timing's off. Bet that's Blind Bogey Play in the four-way tie was given ComFairJax 2 5

it I was to meet a guy half an Rear Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery Class AA honors. Gordon Teetsof 1st Lieut. 1 5

hour ago. Timing sure is off." and Bill Chase, Jr. tied for- Near ClimaxCompetition Jax: Navy took the Class A NATIONAL

And Berra streaked out, leavingthe first place honors in the weekly honors as he broke 50 straight in Team W. L
coach with mouth agape. blind bogie last week with nets has reached the a shootoff with Bill Fegenbush of Hospital 7.
of 73. Admiral quarter-finals in the men's Spring O&R 4 1

Los Angeles With the announcement 87 and picked Montgomery 14 for handi shotan Cup Golf meet as entries get Jax.Over 60 of the top skeet shooters Op. Flight Div. 5 3 .I

that Pacific Coast cap. Chase combined an 11 ready to fight it out in the semi- in the Southeastern area par- NARTU 3 2
Marine Security 3 3
Conference schools will renew handicap with his 8to give him finals this week.In ticipated in the two-day event. 1
their contract with Pasadena'sRose his 73 net. first flight play, Bill Baker 1 2
defeated Stu Reed in a close FAW-11 2.4
Bowl people and will con- Bill Baker took closest to the match, 1-up, while John Adams Tars Host To Supply 2.4
tinue grid rivalry with the Big pin honors on No. 16 when his also bested John Prince 1-up in Oper. Aerology 2 4
Ten at the start of each year, it tee shot landed three feet from sizzler VA-859 0 1

can be revealed that there never the pin. a Craig McKee topped Mark Peaches Photo Lab 0 5
was real danger of the famous GraysJacksonville
any Chase recorded the longest Bramlett. 1-up, after fighting on I ,
classic being abandoned.
drive of the day on No. 17 witha
even terms for 24 holes in the
The flighty professors who 285-yard: blow down the middle. second flight. Bill Rusk topped Tars take on the Sport Shorts.
off last and have Bill Rusk sank 20-footer Macon Peaches tonight in the final I
popped January I a on No. Dave Sweeney 1-up, and Jack I .
been giving dark hints from time' 18 to take top honors in the put- Piva bested T. J. Lymenstull, 2.1 of a three-game with the series before In the National League, the

to time since, never were in a ting department. In other second flight matches. clashing Grays Friday in the Montgomery first of team in second place has won the ..'
Third flight play found Dave pennant as often as the team lead-
three-game set at the Jackson-
Volleyballers To Enter I Mosier beating Julius Early, 2-1; ville Ball Park. log the league on July 4, in the
It A. K. ifobinson defeated Don How. last 16 years.
The visit of the Peaches .
and -
ard, 3-1, and Porter Bedell won .
1 Meet At West Palm Beach easily over Don Flynn, 6-3. the Grays, the Sally League'stop George Kelt used the lightest
clubs is the first of the
-- Doc Lyons beat Yank Gage, sea bat in, the American League last
son in Jacksonville. Games with 32-ounce stick, broke it,

2-1; Norman O'Bryan outlastedL. year a
Fresh from their smashing tri-
should be able to hold to form Vaughan 5-1; and S. A. Montgomery are all single affairs. borrowed Pat Mullin's 36ouncebat
I umph over Florida State Univer- when they meet during the play Fuhrlng brat Clark; Martin, 4-2 All night games being at 2015, and kept right on hitting.
sity volleyballers, state AAU tomorrow. The other team which In the fourth flight while Sunday tilts begin at 1430. .

champions, the NAS netmen will will be present is :Miami Y, who Anne Clark continued her win- Savannah comes to town :Mon- When Casey Stengel was toM
travel to West Palm Beach tomor- fell to NAS in their only encoun- ning ways in the Ladies' Spring day for a single game setto be- that the Yankees were loaded!

I row for the West Palm Beach In- ter last year.Probable Cup competition by defeating Fuz fore Manager Ben Geraghty's with luck in the 1950 World' Series .

vitational tournament. starters on the local's Weber, 4-3 in the quarter-final of charges take to the road again he commented: "It just .

The NAS team will be the odds powerful aggregation are colorful the first flight Martha Rusk for one week. proves Lefty Gomez was right }

I I on favorites, not only from their Tom Abbott, team captain who beat Eleanor Robertson 3-2 in With Macon Montgomery and .when he said, 'I'd rather ,be lucky

decisive win over FSU two weeksI will be playing his last match another first flight setto. Savannah here on successive days than good'.". .
but from the top caliber of with the locals; Ralph Callahan, In the second flight Corrine this week-end offers probably the *
I play they have demonstrated during tireless team player, all tate Watts topped Betty Bedell 4-3, biggest treat ot the young Sally Ty Cobb retired with 90 major,

the past two years blocker and kill man; Jim Nunn, and Elaine Ilillis won her match League season. league records. Most of them
After claiming victories from all-state set up man; Jack Baer, from Jean Marchel, 3-2. have been broken but one that
St. Petersburg Y earlier this year new to the squad but who looked Pat Herman toppled Mary Lee No team that ever set a scor- may live forever was his feat of

i in two different tournaments and smooth and capable against FSU Howard, 2-up, and Louise Thiel ing record won the pennant. The winning twelve major league batting .

f West Palm Beach In the State and Tom Manley, another new- defeated Estelle George, 1-up in Boston Red Sox set one last year championships in thirteen

AAU meet, the Navy court men comer and defensive ace. 21 holes, in the third flight. and finished third. years, nine of them in succession.rr .

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, 10, 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven

Netters Hand Leads Unchanged In Torrid INATTCenter

PensacolaSecond Loss Softball Loon I

" Jax Navy varsity netmen es- ANP( Ship's Company and ANP( ) Students remain at the Ii top

tablished themselves as the un- I of their respective leagues at the end of four weeks of play In the I

official Southeastern Navy cham- NATTC Intra-Mural softball. circuit.Monday _
pions last week as they walloped evening JN a t Ion a I
, the powerful Pensacola net squad League contests saw ANP( ) Stu- The National League was back

63to make it two,out of three dents defeat AK"A" school, 9-1, In action on Wednesday as'1st
wins for the locals this season behind the four-hit pitching of Lieut. AE Ships Co., Athletic and
over their Florida West Coast ri- Ritchie. Campbell hurled for the Recreation, AE Students and Marine -
vals. storekeepers and was charged Air Detachment Students entered

,' .v It was a bitter loss to Pensa- O with the loss. Jack Wilson with the winners' circle.In .
cola's racket wielders who have 2 swats led the attack for ANP( ). the AE Ships Co.-Training
lost only four matches in two Chaffey of AK "A" also collected Facilities game, Lubinskl and
seasons, two of their: setbacks r two blngles. Marr each collected 4 hits in the

being at the hands ot the local AE Students defeated Training 25-5 rout for AE over Tra Facs.
Cornett the winning pitcher
netters. was
-("" Facilities, 19-7, as Bredow, Nel-
Last week's match was arranged Cinko took the loss for Training
son, and Doyle worked the hill for
by the Pensacola club to en- the students with Bredow receiv- Facilities.
able them to avenge an earlier < Scattering 8 Medics' hits Estesof
ing credit for the win. Vander-
defeat by Jax Navy and from the c> } Athletic and Recreation collected -
lain, Strueblng, and Doyle led the
opening serve each game was his first win as Athletic and
17-hit assault MacDonald of
hotly contested. Recreation downed Dispensary
ya a, c Training Facilities with 3 hits
Leon Wilson started Jax k. Medics, 16-10. Led by George

Navy's ed up a winning 6-3, 6-3 skein singles as win he rack-over ...wo"-....,.._,",,,"" ,,,,",,.....,...:..,... ,..<<0"10 ,_ "" .'d. .,,,,,,.,....... ,,', each.Marine Air Detachment Stu- tion Cuske's department three bingles snapped the a Recrea-three-

#k his opponent and Larnerd Munoz dents nipped a tough AE ShipsCo. game losing streak. Llend and
, came from behind to whip Pen- ENJOYING FINE YEAR A triumphant Jax Navy varsity crew 11-13 in a hair raiser Gusiak toiled for the losers.
icola's number 2 man to the tennis squad gathers Just before meeting the powerful Pensacolanet Home runs featured the fray as AE Students downed AO Students
vane of 2-6, 6-2, 6-4. crew last week. Jax Navy swept the match 6-3 to bring their Boyle of AE connected with 2 15-12 as Nelson of AE col-
season record to 8 wins, 6 losses. Members of the team who help
" aboard Perez of Marine Air
Pensacola's Dob
'j'< i Gregg was the lected 4 hits. Earl scattered 7
make this one of the most successful seasons in many years here,
next victim as he dropped his Detachment got one in with one Swanson
hits for the victory. was
are, front row, left to right, Herb Ellis, Leon Wilson, Len Curtis
match to Leslie Smith 4-6, 5-7, to aboard and another with 2 aboard. charged with the loss for AO Stu-
and Leslie Smith. Back row, left to right, Larnerd Munoz, Gordon
give the locals their third sin- Gonzalez of the Marines also hit dents.
win of Reedy, Coach Ken Stewart, Owen Williams and George. Chalmers. circuit. the
gles the afternoon. for the Henry was :Marine Air Detachment with a
The visitors' Tal Godding eked winning pitcher, while Hackett resounding 21-12 win Over AK "A"
I out a &-01, 0-6, 6-4 victory over Fliers Face Rival Green Cove suffered the loss for AE. school, moved into a first placetie
Jax Navy's Owen Williams for
First Lleuts. R'inAlf in the National League as ANP
Pensacola's only singles win. Schudell's one-hit pitching ( ) Students were going down toa
I Herb Ellis gave the locals a Navy Bullets Here SaturdayJax enabled the 1st Lieuts' to roll by defeat at the hands of the 1st

I comfortable, lead by walloping the Dispensary Medics, 8-1. The Lleuts. MAD battled for eight
his opponent 6-3, 6-3. Navy's varsity diamondeers will attempt to bring, lone hit off Schudell was by Kor- runs in the 6th and 7th innings.

!r ok.' *.' to Curtis Lieurance dropped and the Pensacola first set 4-6 their season's standings 'up to the .500 mark against their'tel. Gene Guziak hurled for the Spinks collected 3 hits in 5 timesat
Medics and was charged with the bat for the winners.A .
tained a faint hope of comingout arch rival Green Cove Springs Saturday at 1430 at the local loss. Johnny-come-lately to the

on top. The second set of the diamond. In an extra inning affair AO National League, the 1st Lieut
deciding match was the longest After a return game with Green School tripped Athletic and Rec- department defeated the previously
of the contest and the with double to clean the sacks to'
score was Cove at the latter's bailwlck a 2-1
t reation, 11-10, with Swanson on unbeaten AN (P) Students,
knotted several times before The found the Socks
Cur- fifth
Sunday, the Fliers face a busy push- the mound limiting his opponentsto in a thriller. With Alf Schidell
tis subdued his opponent with a week at home. They entertainthe ing another tally across on a pairof 9 blows. Nathan led the at- twirling his second one hitter
9-7 win. The Jax Navy netmen walks sacrifice and fielder's
Florida Freshmen here Mon- a a tack for the winners with four within a week, the 1st Lieuts.
won easily the remaining set 6-1 choice. This the last of
\ day afternoon, before taking on was hits. Two of the four by Nathan moved within a half game of the
to set.up ultimate victory for the the for the visitors.
locals.In Patrick Air Force Base in a two- scoring were round-trippers and came off] National League lead.
the doubles game setto here Tuesday and Two more runs were added by the pitching of Chuck Estes who Schudell and Fleming of ANP)
Pensacola's Wednesday. They move to Craig the Fliers in the fourth frame. toiled for the losers. limited one hit apiece going into
crew two
wins and forfeited a third matchto Field, Selma, Alabama for a sin Gennero singled, Wolz tripled and Tuesday's American League the bottom half of the last inning

give Jax Navy one of their gle fray Thursday, May 10. Webb followed with a threebagger games saw Material and Supply, after Tom Mowery of 1st
most sought after victories of the The Fliers will be bent on revenge putting them ahead to stay. AO Ship Co., Personnel and AN Lieuts. singled to center. Don
season. against the Freshmen who Two singles, a triple and a pairof (P) Ships Co. emerge triumph- Beck hit a long double to right

Last week's victory gave Jax trimmed the locals 13-6 earlier in errors produced four more runsfor ant.Material field scoring Mowery from first
Navy varsity netmen a season's the season. the Fliers in the fifth. Webb and Supply downed base to end the thrilling contest.

C standing of 8 wins with 6 losses Keeping alive their barrage of and Bill Wilson each rapped out Dispensary Dental, 20-9. Fisher Thursday's American League
and with the exception of a pos- bingles, the Fliers hit the winning singles, and Fannon connected fora and Cole hurled for the winners games found ANP) Ship's Co.,
sible return match with Florida trail by blasting out 14 hits to de- triple. Their final run came in with Fisher gaining the verdict. AO Ship Co., Athetic and Recre-
State University and Florida feat the MacClenny Blue Socksof the seventh. Fannon again laid Cutcher hurled for the losers and ation, and Personnel hitting the

Southern College, the local ten the North Florida League, 9-3, the wood to the pill for a three- was charged with the loss. Wrightof victory trail.Scoring .
nis squad have closed out one Saturday afternoon at Mason bagger and Ed Karpinski broughthim Material and Supply got 3 hits. 18 runs on 20 hits ANP

of their most successful seasons. Field. in with a timely single. AO Ships Co. cut short a late ( ) Ship's Co. Dispensary Dental,
I I I Big guns at the plate for the Chuck Webb gave up four hits last Inning rally by Air Craft 18-8, as Lazarus and Beck limited
One of the smallest athletesever Fliers were backstop Bob Wolz and struck out nine to registerhis Maintenance by completing the their opponents to 6 hits. Cutch
to compete in any event and right fielder Pete ;Fannon. second win of the season. first NATTC intra-mural Softball er was the losing pitcher for Dis-
<- stole the show in the National Wolz collected a triple, double and nilE triple play of the year to end the pensary Dental.
while Fannon outa and AO A late last inning ]rally by AO
AAU senior weight-lifting championships single, rapped MacClenny 200 010 000-3- 4-3 contest give Ships Co. a

at Detroit, June 1-2, pair of triples. Fliers _._.....020 240 lOx-9-14-1 14-0 victory. Cople was the win- Ships Co. enabled them to defeat
1946 when Joseph De Pietro suc- The Blue Socks opened the scor- Gazdick Ketenner ning pitcher while Wallace took Material and Supply 11-9. Owns-
cessfully defended his 123-pound ing in their half of the opening Smith Webb and Wolz. '(4)) and the loss for Air Craft Maintenance. by and Fisher worked on the hill

I title by lifting 640 pounds m his inning, sending a pair of runs ; I I Huffman and J. L. Sulli- for the losers with Fisher charged
three tries. In the press, he established across on a walk, single and an Don Herman van each collected three bingles with the loss. Bowden and Toe-
an American record ofT error The Socks' right fielder of Pirate Coach, 20-year-old Babe Herman son for Air Craft Maintenance while co were on the battery all the

217 pounds. opened with a walk, firstsackerECillough suffered broken and lower, Cople and Spencer did the same way for AD.Athletic .
upper and Recreation downedthe
Plasterto for
singled sending
jaws and the loss of teeth AO.Personnel
Fred Piasted, known as the : third and continued on to sec- freak seven Whips MAD Marine Permanent PartyPP
a accident in workout
"Grand Old Man of Rowing," ond on the throw In. An error by with the University of a Southern Personnel downed Marine Air ( ), 10-8. The Marines collected -

who died at 96, in 1946, celebrated Don Manning permitted the sec- California team, March 27. Detachment (PP) 23-4 behind 12 hits off Don Funk. Carr,
his 89th birthday, seven years ond run to cross. Herman, promising outfielder four hit pitching of Schwartz and Banks and Marinko each had two
earlier by rowing a mile and a The Fliers came back with two with the Trojans, was standingnear Erickson. Mac McGiffen of Per- hits for the Marines while John
quarter on the Schuylkill River, In the second to tie the count. the batting when struck sonnel led the assault on two Ma- Laffman banged out two for A
at Philahelphia, where, 71 years Manning sliced a single throughthe by a flying bat from a teammate.He rine pitchers by batting in :5 runs & R.
before, he had won the first of his : box, Becker collected a base will be lost to the SouthernCal with a home run and a double. Personnel defeated Air Craft

many championships.In knock and Wolz came through team for the remainder of Grinder and Pfeffer pitched for Maintenance, 20-2. Led by Kozak's -
the season. the Marines in defeat. four bingles the Personnelmen
the year 1917, there: were 17 ANP) Ships Co. continued had little trouble. Schwartzwas

no-hit games played in the Major Varsity Softball The world's record for diving, their undefeated way as they the winning pitcher for Personnel -

V leagues. under artificial records, was es- downed Athletic and Recreation, Hedges worked on the

I Combine Suffers tablished on April 28, 1945, by 15-3. Zeb Lazarus pitched the hill for the losers.
Jack Browne, aged 28, when he win for ANP). Don Funk took Standings as of May 7th:

attained a depth of 550 feet, in a the loss for the Athletic and Rec- AMERICAN LEAGUE _
Fifth SetbackUnable simulated dive. The old mark was reation. Bushnell, Perry and Beck W' L
500 feet made at the Washington each collected two hits for the ANP) Ship's Co. ...__._ 6 0

Navy Yard. winners. Personnel _.__......._..._.....,,. 5 1
to get their siege guns Athletic & Recreation 4 2

in operation, Jax Navy's softballers AO Ship's Co. ?.?>........_ 3 3
took their fifth loss of the Material & Supply ..._._. 2 3
< season in City League competition -II Sports Quiz To Give Two PrizesKeeping I Marine Air Det (PP) __. 1 4

: Monday at LackawannaPark Dispensary Dental .......?... 1 5
when they were toppel 3-1 Air Craft Maint.: ._.__ 1 5
with the tive has the ?
yy the new league leader, VFW up great seen longest con-
Gator Post. response to the Sports Quiz tinuous service in the major .-.
The loss brought the defending each week, the Jax Air*News leagues?" The answer is Phil NATIONAL LEAGUE
...' Navy's slate to five wins and five has arranged for not one, but Cavaretta who is starting his W. L.
ANP Students .._._.._.
) ._ 5 1
losses, good enough for fourth two prizes to be given away 17th straight year with the
place In the standings.A each week, beginning with to- Chicago Cubs. Phil came up to Marine Air Det Students 5 1
1st Lieut. _..__.__._ 4 1
base on balls, error, double, day's contest. the Cubs in 1935 and while
A. E. Students ...._._.___ 4 2
still a rookie played in the
long fly and another error produced Starting today, the first prize Worlds Series against the De- Medics _____._.-__,-r...... 3 3
two runs for the Gators in winner will receive two tick-
Athletic & Recreation ._._ 2 3
troit Tigers.
the initial Jacksonville Tars home
Inning. ets to
AO Students ..._..___ 2 4-
could do no while the second This week's quizzer is
The Navy games, place an AE Ships Co. _...._..._._.._ 2 4
better than score one run in the caller will be awarded a meal easy one in fact, too easy for AK
"A" School ___ 1 5
Training Facilities .._... 1 5
r throughout the fray. A trio of tickets to the Tars games "In what game Is the term .
misplays put the Navy lads intoa have been donated by Crow- 'hob ber' used?" 1

_......, ._ ., .. The heaviest
-- """"" hole they could not emerge ther Boyd, business managerof The first correct answer to horse that ever

FLIERS STALWART-One of from. the Jacksonville Tars base- the quiz gets two free ticketsto appeared in a show was in Eng-

the shining lights of the Filers TUSCOT on the mound for Navy, ball club. This is the second the Jax Tars games, while land in 1946. The 5-year-old
diamond squad is Chet Nee- allowe live hits and gave up two year that the Tars officials the second winner wins a full Boughwood Lady Gray was dis-

I ley, who is doing a splendidjob walks. have extended this courtesy. course meal at the civilian played in Agricultural Hall, Eng-
afield at the keystone sack, Friday night's g a meat 2000 Jack Piva, ADI, of NARTU cafeteria. land. She weighed close to 2100
as well as at the plate. NeeleyIs will find the varsity lads playing was the first to supply the cor- No answer will be accepted pounds and was 19.1 hands high.
i currently hitting .302. Thef' lost to Wesconnett on the station rect answer to last week's prior to 0900 Friday, the day The average horse is 15.3 hands

Fliers meet Green Cove; Springs diamond in an attempt to I' query "What player, still ac- after publication. high and weighs about 1000 to
Navy here Saturday. break their losing streak.! 1200 pounds. oiMay


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.rage Eight JAX AIR NEWS_ May 10, 1951




( offering for sale articlesof

property such as washing machines -
The "Hard Times Party" hel
automobiles, furniture, radios -
clothing and the like is pro- Saturday night turned out some .
n of the wierdest characters
Defense seen
hibited by Department
regulations. This column will, to date. Dressed up bums, "Lit
Abner" characters clowns and
however, list such services as
available housing, rides wanted, r c the usually fully dressed "Faint I
Hearted Few" had a high old time. '
lost and found articles, and other '". A
similar notices.tFOR I The music was good, the chow
was excellent, and the Judging of

RENT the costumes was a riot. --

4-rm. &; bath, furn. for couple and I :Mr. and Mrs. Joe Middleton of

child. $85: per month, in Ortega NAS won the couple's costume .,

Mrs. Heathman, Ph. 4-6026. prize. Mrs. Middleton's stunning

Furn. 2-rms., pvt. bath & entrance ensemble of potato sack skirt and

4422 Shawnee St. Mrs.I. worn baby pad shawl was unique.Joe .
''' '' .
H. Nichols, Ph. 2-326. ; .: '. ,.,,,0.1.!' _, won the prize in the men's

Furn. rm. & use of new home, "- *.:;;o>.J : .... .-,lj.m.r..w.t.'i: ; <<'''' ... _,_ '_.. competition and the women's prize ...
was taken by Mrs. Nola Crossway
4712 Blount Ave. Mr. Bratton NET SUGGESTION AWARDS-Four Overhaul and Repair Department employees were recipients with a black satin "Lil Abner"

2 furn. 3-rm. apts., 1441 LauraSt. of over $900 in cash awards for Beneficial Suggestions last week. Left to right, are Capt. Dou- number. The costumes were

., $12 or $15: per week. Mrs. las T. Day, NAS commanding officer, who made the presentation; William D, Estes; Czerl B. Cor- judged by Nat Hall, Carl Bram-
lin Charles F. Parish Marcus N. Sammons William E. Kenna Overhaul and officer
Booth. ; ; ; Capt. Repair lett, and Dick Moore, all Chief
and John W. Carson acting Industrial Relations officer.
Furn.rm.. apt. & garage, 3027 Ordnancemen from NATTCenter.
Riverside. :Mr. C. M. Tyler, Ph. There will be a regular dance
2-5173.: Ideas Pay Off I Torches Hoi As Situ Saturday night at 2030. The Sun-

kitchen in 'VillllelJ Rescuers day dinner-dance be held at
Front room, priv. quiet

home, 3946 Oak St. T. Dennison. Four 0 & R Employees Given Philadelphia, Pa. (AFPS) A 1800 with free .juke. box music.

5343 At-
Furn. rm., $7.50 per wk.
torch hot the sun's surface
as as
tleboro Ave., home after 5 P.M. 3
Over 5900 For Suggestions has been demonstrated at Temple Day
Bdrm., pvt. bath, kitchen priv.,
4621 Polaris St., Murray Hill. -- University here. (Continued from Page 1)
2-3176. Four employees of the Ov- A blue with tem cles and transition
Mrs. Gaines, Ph. tary of the Navy Dan Kimball. tiry flame a problems.

1-bdrm. duplex apt., garage, 2362 erhaul and Repair Depart- I Corbin, Quarterman Joiner, in perature of between 9,000 and These and a few more subjects,

Ernest St Mrs. Simmins, $75 ment at NAS were presentedwith the Plant Division, devised a mechanical 9,500 degrees Fahrenheit be- including disciplinary powers of

per month. cash awards last week tester to test ladders according lieved to be among the highest commanding officer and appellate

Widow will share home with couple I for suggestions which, in a I to specifications. For this sustained laboratory temperatures Wednesday.Today's procedure. were discussed
Idea obtained by man-quickly burneda
award of
or business lady. Mrs. Dar- an $50 was given
Ph. 2-3808. period of one year, have saved by the local committee, and $100 hole through the most fire-re agenda will cover ini
1 reasonable. the Navy, and the taxpayerssome was added by the Navy Depart sistant material known. tiating and preferring charges,
Single or double rms., pretrial investigation, apprehension
j 1447 Avondale Ave. Mrs. Lee $47,000.Following ment. Researchers said the torch and restraint, drafting of

Schultz, Ph. 2-5930. its policy of encouraging Mechanic in the Ordnance Shop, would be invaluable in rescue pleadings, in addition to a reviewof
Parish devised a tool to be usedin work to P
remove trapped persons
3323 the inventive ingenuity of the other subjects.
nt. for two
Front rm., pvt. ,
installing lock rings on pinsof quickly, especially in air
Randall St. Mrs.: Buxton, Pl!. Its employees with awards basedon enemy From here the lecture team
bomb racks and bomb shackles.For attacks.
j 27850. the proven results of their suggestions goes to Camp LeJeune, N. C.
this he e ec
the awarded the suggestion was given ;
r t-bdrm. unfurn. apt. & garage, of $122.50 through the local com :My dog visited a flea circus and '1
four sum more
an aggregate
2704 Green St., Riverside. Mrs. mittee. stole the show.IgtJMrd. NARTU
W. C Smith, Ph. 7-4256. than $900 under the beneficial ,. -
Suggestion Program.The .
j |-rm. house, West Riverside, 2552 check went to William (Continued from Page 1))
Highland St. J. P. McKay, 7- largest many take at least eighteenmonths.
D. Estes, leadingman, air '
4042. craft mechanic general, who received .
1628 Challen Viq a "Air Boots" will receive instruction -
Single or dble. rms., $392 for his suggestion, -
Ave. Mrs. Somers, Ph. 2-5008. subject to income tax deductions. in such subjects as: Sea
manship, navigation, signalingboth
Hill. Mrs. Hertz-
Bdrm. Murray
Ph. 8-9192. Save Time, Money 'By' ( semaphore and Morse code),
man, Marcus N. Sammons was awarded ordnance with small arms hand
Furn. rm., kitchen priv., 4638. A.
R. Long, Ph. 2-4275. $300; Czarl B. Cornin was given Famous International Teacher of the Dance ling and rifle range practice. The
$140, while Charles F. Parish final two weeks of the course will
Sing. rm., garage included. Mrs. was awarded $122.50. The men send the men to the NARTU

Bowden, 2503 Dellwood, Ph. 7- received their awards In ceremony t CONVERSATIONS ? OltTN ETAUCqsHOI PNtir hangar where they will receive..
from Douglas T. Day NAS struction in aircraft engines and \
Rm. in pvt. home, Murray Hill, Capt. MAYBEEXECUTED / TROT STEPS BEND OVER
commanding plane handling.At
1022 Brierfield Drive. Luna / l TNERISE /,. ORWOLDHER
Hudson, Ph. 8-9272. Estes received his $392 award i aAlf OPE AMDTAIL y ARMSTOO the completion of the course
OSITIO* ACTION trophies will be awarded for the
FOR SALE based on a first year's savings fETiIAT Q ,,
amounting to $30,000. Estes was ON[BEAT As TOREACH most outstanding Recruit, the
21ft. house trailer, 1948, M. System Nr)
$1,200. D. P. Evans, Ext. granted his cash award for pre- asEA SHESNOU 6I most outstanding athlete and the
424. venting excessive corrosion and sTAND finest Recruit Company.
i STRAIGHTHE'S All interested applicants are requested .
of aircraft anchor brackets -
S-bdrm. house, reasonable, near pitting (
NAS contact Mrs. Register, on F4U and FG type aircraft.He SLIGHTLY to telephone the NARTU
BENT WIU. Recruiter at the Naval Air Re-
4602 College St.,. Ph. 22906.MISCELLANEOUS also is to receive a letter of NEUaEOUCt .
commendation from the UnderSecretary NERNEIGNr. serve Training Unit to arrangefor
\ / an interview. The number is
Ride wanted-From St. Nicholas of the Navy, HonorableDan \ "
2-7711 extension 360.
A. Kimball.
Center, South Side, 08001630.
should request an interview earlyas
Ext. 528. Double Awards
W. A. Rohlfing,
each will be required to take "
Ride wanted-From 3600 block Sammons, a mechanic in the a physical examination and writ

Mayflower St., 0730-1610. Call electric shop of O & R received ten classification tests prior to

8-5136 after 5 I P.M., Mrs.: At $250 from the station and $50 more acceptance. The course convenes

kins. from the Navy for his idea which on June 20th and will terminate
Riders wanted To O&R from saved $13,000 a year. He suggested August 15th.ROIL .
Lake Forest or vicinity via a method of repair permittinguse Lesson Reviewing the CourseIt .
Edgewood Ave., 07001530. Ph. of magneto housing assemblies is always good to review a course before proceeding with
additional lessons. We about to learn the Rumba Samba N1vlrpn Gel
6-9992 after 1600, Virgil Smith. which were being surveyed are ,
and Waltz steps. But first, let's see what has taken place thus far
Hide wanted-Rose Stone, 2611 Because of loose bushings. Sam l_ d.:. ... 1.1.. __ ""'.. _.. I U. S. DecorationWith
College St., 0730-1630. Ph. 7- also is to receive a letter of 121 kiua: wccivijr: : course vu body I s: Dancingopposite ,
6008. mons First, remember that dancing I U. S. Navy Task Force 9.5

Found, vicinity of dispensary last commendation from Under Secre- is "conversation to music." It is to the way the hands In Korean Waters (AFPS) The

an enjoyable recreation and exer- move. U. S. Government awarded Bronze
and chain with
week, key pen
attached. cise. And, to be a good dancer, The Magic Step is the Magic and Silver Stars to officers and

s ny you must be able to lead or follow Door to the Fox Trot. For the men of the Republic of Korea

without apparent effort. That man, it consists of two steps for- Navy in a recent ceremony at
ward slowly and two quickly. Chinhae Naval Academy .
I For the girl it is two walking
'adi/er.d The U. S. was represented by
9 r-_ / steps backward, followed by a Rear Adm. Allan E. Smith Commander
I www... foopr"IS! quick chasse, or side step, to the
of Task
Force 95. Also
... :
.. right.
A h. present was Syrgman Rhee, President
I""f *
p OI ... ,\ The Conversation (Fox Trot) of the Republic of Korea,
and of .
a notables
It.'Fyoulun group which included -
Step enables the man to drop his
U. S. Senator
\ left hand and the girl her right, Magnuson, of Warren G.

I SIMPLE FOXTROT. \ and both dance forward, side by Washington.

(Visit the Red Shield Service I WALK I NX/"*? \7ixof&trection side, talking as they enjoy the

men's Club, topside, NavyBeachBus nF C AS Yu A dance.In Arthur ]Murray Says: ,

Station, corner Clay and Ad- VIOLA710 SHOWN HERE. u \ the Magic (Fox Trot) Right 1. It is wise to learn the .'

ams. Consult the bulletin boardin COUNn .ClOCKWISE. \ Turn, you swing to the right on man's part of each step before

the club on your next visit to Listed beolw are the traffic violations WALL.J RIGHT HAND)'.trt'TOWARD WITH ,W A the second step, as you step for- attempting to do your own
ward with the right foot. When
town). The girl
committed aboard this station LEFT FOOT MAKING |H part. who knows the
Thursday, Mar 10 for the period April 27 to 'EACH STEP TO TWO, \\. the man starts back with his left, man's steps can better antici ..
Singing Wheels Club, transportation the girl starts forward with her what her
May 3.Impropeor. BEATS OF MUSIC PLACt I pate partner is going

I to the rink. Parking: J. J. Mike- WHOLE FOOT FLAT ,]) tI right foot. to do next and can follow him
Friday, May 11 FIRST I BEAT. RISE ( more intelligently.
Informal dancing and television nas, AC3; M. Ramos, AL2; J, R. SLOWLY ON TOES 8/ Spend a good deal of time prac-
shows. Dearriba, AE1. AT SECOND BE AT.. I../ ticing the three Fox Trot steps 2. If you are tall, do not try

Saturday, May It Multiple Offenses: J. H. Dye, 11I because the Fox Trot is the foun- to appear smaller by leaning
J. E. Secunde AN. forward. This only spoils your
house and dation for most of the modern
Open ping-pong Mic. Offenses: C. J. Howard, attractive ballroom dances. When posture. You can reduce your

shuffleboard; 2000,'Saturday night C. L. Liend, HN; W. J. Percival, /i you have mastered these steps, apparent height by several ,
dance. O. H. Leonard J. U Dand inches by bending your knees "
Sunday, May 13 AOC; L you will find the variations com- .
slightly. -
/ 1000-1200( Java hour; 1700-1730, ley, ,' paratively simple. 3. Do not the
...' Practice alone, at first.. Then sway upper
p Vespers;' 1930, singing around the NEW PLASTIC RAFT select partner. part of the body from the hips.

piano. SUPPOllTS60PEItSONS Next week we will begin Rumba Keep your head and shouldersup.
Monday, May 14 I .
lessons. Good dancing and
Bowling Club, transportation to New York (API'S)-A new life requires faithful practice every have a lot of fun! 4. Avoid fancy holds but
the raft, made of millions of plasticair day! don't be afraid to hold your
alley.Tuesday, May 13 cells and capable of supportIng S r Next week: Elements of the partner firmly. Firmly but

Miniature golf course reopens, 60 persons, has been devel- Before beginning the Magic Rumba and the Rumba Box gently-is the rule.

transportation at 1900. oped by a commercial concern Fox Trot Step, you were told to Step. Plus more Dance Hints, 5. Perfection in Dancing is

Wednesday, May 18 here. The material also can be remember that the line of direc- drawings and illustrations). reached in only one way: Prac- .

Junior hostesses in charge-informal used for life rings, buoys, sun helmets tion in dancing is counter clock (Copyright 1951, by Arthur tice! Practice! Practice! "

11' dancing. and fishing floats. wise-you dance in the direction Murray).

'y I