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Jax air news
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May 17, 1951


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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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VOL-3 No. 60 U. .S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA May 17, 1951 .f' -..'. .J;; .. : -- r J 111 ,
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Set For Friday,. Saturday I"-ttt Ii ,ill" ..N.

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L1 Offing At 2-Day Event

Jacksonville's number one charity event, the giant Navycharity

: Carnival, biggest event of its kind to be held here,

vill be staged in the hangar area of the Naval Air Station, :

i rridav and Saturday.
Gates will b'th oopen to
he public for the two big nightsf Chrysler Windsor will be given
) fun and frolic. Admission to away Saturday night. An out
:he Carnival is free. board motor boat, complete with
motor and trailer goes to some
A tremendous undertaking, in holder
lucky ticket Saturday
.which "all hands" at the Navalir
\ Station have been working I night.
irduously for weeks the Carnival Other prizes to be given away i
will have all of the real at Include a Thor automatic wash- '\ .
1:nosphere and trimmings, including ing machine, a Coldspot refrigerator SS ) I 4: ; it*:;
an outboard motor, ladies'and
i entertainment galore a ,
MAKE FINAL PLANS-Part of the "board of strategy" for men's wrist watches Zenith .
lined with amusement
the Charity Carnival meets to catch up on final details before the' 11 vay concession radio Hotpoint electric range, 44-
Left to right are Comdr. Richard L. :ooths, numerous . .
gates swing open Friday. tands, exhibits, free midway piece Royal Holland China set .
1 Mann, chairman of the Construction Committee; Theodore Fritch 60-piece Rogers Brothers 1847
acts, rides band concerts, a music -
.. assistant to the General Chairman; Capt. Julius Early General
; worth of silverware set, and a 17-inch tel
hall, plus $10,000 .
Chairman and Comdr. Porter F. Bedell, Chairman of the GovernI I evision set.
to be given away.
Ing Board. J prizes Many surprises are also in store .
Holders of tickets for prizes
i!or visitors.
AIR SHOW, EXHIBITS HEADLINE need NOT be present to claim
1 Doors for the two-day event their prize.
ARMED FORCES DAY PROGRAM swing open at 6 P. M., Friday Patrons are reminded that pro-
May 18, with activity running until ceeds from the Carnival are ear-
An air show and military demonstrations at the Naval ; 12 midnight. On Saturday, marked for approved charities of
Air Force National May 19 festivities get underway Jacksonville. Proceeds go into a
with the
Air Station Navy Army, ,
it 4 P. M., with closing time set central fund from which contri-
Guard, Marines and Coast Guard teaming together, will it midnight.: butions to these charities are
highlight the observance of Armed Forces Day here Sat Patrons attending the twodayiffair drawn.

urdaThe. will find enough entertain- Some $16,000 was realized from 4'iwi.-x,
day's program which is a nent much of it free of charge, the first Carnival held last year.
tribute to the nation's Armed motorcycle squadron. to: keep them fully occupied This amount was prorated to the
Forces, will begin at 1130 Satur- Observance of Armed Forces throughout the two days. The various approved charity organizations -
day at the NARTU Hangar area. Day will also be carried out in various booths, which will line with the biggest portion
Carrier Air Group Eight and Jacksonville. At noon Friday the he; area taking up three plane going to the Jacksonville Com- 1..,
VF-41 will join units from NAR- 2,200 ton Destroyer Robert K. hangars, are stocked with worth munity Chest fund.Motorists. .
TU, Cecil Field and Air Force Huntington will tie up at the Naval while prizes donated by Jackson I I These And Many More Prizes
Units in a display of air might Reserve Armory dock in ville merchants, who have cooperated UrgedTo Will Be Given Away At
over the station. Over 50 fighters South Jacksonville, alongside the generously in arranging I
end attack planes including the training submarine USS Had the Carnival. Heed Carnival The Carnival.

speedy jets, will kick off the dock. Both vessels will be opento '. ...w. .. ... w..... .. "' 4I
show with a review flight fol- the public from 2 P. M. to 7 An amazing list of prizes (see : ;
lowed by a twenty minute mock P. M. Friday; 10 A. M. to 2 P. M. list and times on this page) will Traffic Pattern
coordinated attack on the air Saturday and 1 to 5 P. M. Sun. be given away to lucky ticket
base. (Please Turn to Page 4, Col. 3) holders. The grand prize, a 1951 Motorists are reminded to
Impressive Program heed closely the traffic pattern 4
Throughout the afternoon there mapped out for the two-
will be almost continuous air ac- Here's List, Of Prizes day Carnival Friday and Sat-
tivity as the services combine to urday.Incoming
via the Main
salute to the in traffic
put on the men
uniform. The air show is expected Here is the list of over $10,000 worth of prizes to Gate will proceed east on
to be one of the most impres- be given away at the giant I-> avy Charity Carnival, with Yorktown to Hoyt, Langley
and streets whereit
Ranger Wasp
sive displays ever exhibited here. the scheduled times for dnSaturday.wings.
In addition to Naval Air Units will be directed to parking, .r
from this area Air Force fighters areas. .
and heavy bombers from the Air May 19 Station traffic originatingsouth

National Guard Hunter Air 7:00: P.M................................................ Washing Machine of Yorktown south of will York-use j

Force Base Lawson Air Force 7:30: P. M.___......................._...........Electric Refrigerator parking town or proceed areas north on Mus- I
Base will ,participate.and Tyndal Air Force Base 8:00: P. 1\1.....................................19:>1 Chrysler Windsor tin (where it will enter traffic

Following their demonstrations 8:00: P.M.............................._..........Outboard Motorboat pattern), then east on York- I I

here Fleet Air squadrons will 8:30: P.1\I................._.............................Outboard Motor town and to Hoyt streets Langley thence Ran-to

make flights over South towns Carolinaand and cities 9:00: P.1\I.................._......................Two Wrist Watches the ger parking Wasp areas. I .._ .. .
in Florida.Georgia 9:30 P. M...................................__....Trans-Ocean Radio Outgoing traffic except cars I & I; 13

. "- Many Displays 10:00: P.M................................._.._............Electric Range parked on Yorktown, will pro- '='

NARTU planes are scheduledto 10:30: P. M.....__................._............._44-Piece China Set ceed leaving west on the Albemarle.station will Traffic use ,

perform field carrier landing 11:00: p. 1\1............................_.......60-Piece Silverware Set north gate primarily. Station
the Marines crack
drill practices team while will demonstrate in 11:30 P.l\I........................................ 17-inch Television Setr traffic will turn off Albemarleon .... : "
Mustin for points south of .
colorful parade. Banshee jets t .\
from Cecil Field will put on a Tickets for the Chrysl sell for 50 cents, while Yorktown.Patoka street will be for ,

performance demonstration. ducats for the boat and oth sr prizes sell for 25 emergency and supply vehi- :
celebration here at
will The be opened by Mayor Haydon Ticket holder does NOT have be present to win these cles. One way traffic will be cr;:

Jacksonville, who will prizes. maintained on north-south ac-
Burns of
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Two JAX AIR NEWS May 17. 1951

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Report From Washington

Ja.. >>< .,' "S-r' To Nominate EM For Academy Exams

Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air -

Station. Jacksonville. Fla.NAS, Jacksonville Enlisted Reserve Marines Can Become ReaularsBy

Cal>L Douglas T. Day Commanding Office: By Armed Forces Press Service less. Periods of enlistment are for three, fouror .'
Comdr. Porter F. Bedell Executive Office:r NOMINATIONS ARK :SOW' underway for six years..
Lt. Lorenzo W. Baldwin Public Information Office:r naval enlisted men in all commands to take a -

Fleet Air Jacksonville the July 2 entrance examination to the U. S. "PENTAGON-WASHINGTON," new official

Rear Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery! _______ CommandeNARTU :r Naval Academy and College Preparatory program of the Defense Department made its '
Capt Allen Smith Chief of Staf I School. Successful candidates will be appointed debut recently on the Dumont TV, Network,

Fleet Air -Wing Eleven to the U. S. Naval Academy by the Secretary 8:30-9.00: : P.M., Sunday, EST, replacing the

Capt Jesse S. McClure _.,..._.......,_....._..._....-T-n Commande:r of the Navy. "Armed Forces Hour."
Comdr. Joseph B. Tibbets ____..__...__........_._ Chief Staff Office:r Format of the new TV show features a "De-
Naval Air Technical Training Center A DUMBER OF vacancies are available for fense Reporter" who each week leads the tele

Capt. Lester K. Rice ?.?..?_..?___._._ Commanding Office!r Air Force officers who desire to enroll in the viewer up the steps of the Pentagon to the I
Comdr. John A. Gamon, Jr. ___...'..__._...__.. Executive Office r correspondence course entitled "Emergency briefing room, where intelligence and opera-
Naval Hospital Management .of the National! Economy," Col. tions officers give up-to-the-minute world re-
Capt Dwight J. Wharton Commanding Office] Stoyte O. Ross, Commandant of the USAF Extension ports.
Capt Guy E. Stahr Executive Office:]r Course Institute, Gunther AF Base, This Is followed by interviews with e perl-
Montgomery, Ala., has announced. The course, enced people, both officers and enlisted per- ..
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp Commanding Office r administered by the Industrial College of the sonnel; supplemented with current documen-
Comdr. Laurence D Ruch ..Executive Office] Armed Forces, deals with the basic problemsof tary films including Korean combat report
mobilizing the nation's economic resources The show is written and produced by the Ra-
Editorial Offices in Rooms 123. and 125 Main Administratioi in time of war or national emergency. dio-TV Branch, Office of Public Information,
building. Phone extension 814. Six volumes cover the course material. Applicants Department of Defense
Editor-Andrew H. Planey for this course must be field grade e
Staff Members: John L. Almond; Barbara Rickman, SN; officers under 50 with less than 25: years pro- The AIR FORCE has announced a promotion

Gerald l.sru'Dllshec1 motion list service. Regular, Reserve, or Air quota of 21,700 enlisted men for the month of
Jacksonville Th JAX Florida AIR NEWS, and printed commercially weekly at with the U.non-appropriated S. Naval Air Station fundit National Guard officers, both active and inac- May. The new quota calls for 1,700 M/Sgt's

no expense to the government and in compliance with NAVEXOS P-35. Rev, tive who are qualified, may enrolL 3,000 T/Sgt's, 5,00 S/Sgt's and 12,000 Sgt's.
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed tree of charge at the Naval Air Station, th e The present quota is 500: officers a year. .
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit. Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field lAd
Applications for enrollment should be sub- APPLICATIONS from women who desire to
the U. S. Naval Hospital. '
The JAX AIR NEWS U a member of the Armed Forces Frew Service mitted to the Institute on the standard ECI be commissioned ensigns in the women's branch '"
AFPS material: appearing I In d'F publication may not Republication r without I Application Form. of the Navy are now being accepted. TheNavy's
the written permission I of m Press Service.I of other a e recruiting service has been authorizedto
matter, except by service publications U prohibited without permission ol
Editor, JAX AIR NEWS.I A SELECTION board of senior Air Force' recruit qualified women candidates to fill
officers will convene at USAF Headquarterson line vacancies in the Regular Navy.>
or about June 11 to recommend officers foi No set quotas have been assigned :Main

From Here and There promotion to the permanent grade of colonel. qualifications are that candidates be single,
Approximately 385 officers will be eligible foi college graduates, and must be 21 but not over
consideration, 25.: Indoctrination classes of five months dura-
I S tion for women appointed under this programwill

Short Service Sketches TilE MARINE CORPS has,opened its rank be held twice each year at Newport, R. L
to enlisted reservists on active duty who may
become regulars without loss of rank or prece- QUALIFICATION for designation of Navy
dence. Selection boards at Marine Corps head- enlisted personnel as combat art-crewmen are
INDIAN tells how
The Gitmo
at Kit- Ing Field' recently. The blood was quarters will pass on applications of M/Sgts contained In a recent directive, BuPers Clrc. '
Marine on duty
one guard
who desire to become regulars. Ltf. 50-51.:
collected in one afternoon by a
Beach knocked off two
tery T/Sgts and below who apply, if approvedby S
sharks with his Ml. Short- unit from Mobile, Alabama, according -
trusty to the WHITING TOWER. their local commanding officers, may then THE AIR FORCE will use two parts of the
before that
ly largest Tortuga immediately be enlisted in the regular Marine Navy's Shoemaker military reservation at
Filefish record was caught in From the GOSPORT of Pensa-
on Corps. The opportunity to become regular Ma- Pleasanton Calif., as the site of a third USAF
Guantanamo Bay itself. cola, Florida, we learn the
rines applies to women as well as men on active Indoctrination Training Center. The two In-
has arrived at NAS Pensa-
One of the Navy's mightiest
duty. doctrination Centers now in operation are at
cola in relief of the USS Fox
carriers was adopted by the state Marine male reservists between the ages of Lackland AF Base, San Antonio Tex., and
which has been plane guard for
of Connecticut according to the 17 and 31 and women 18 and 31 on active Sampson AFB, Geneva, N. Y. The Air Force
the USS Monterey. Commanding
USS Tarawa's TRADEWINDS not duty are eligible to apply as regulars. Those will use approximately 3,000 acres with build-
officer ofthe Bailey is Comdr.
long ago. At ceremonies at the more than 31 may qualify if their total active ings and supporting facilities for the new Cal-
Victor B. Graft, well decorated
Naval Base in Bayonne, N. J., duty time deducted from their age is 31 or ifornia center.
veteran of World War II.
Governor John D. Lodge officially -
presented the Tarawa's com- THE SENTRY of Quantico, Va.,
manding officer, Captain John H. relates that the First Marine Division (1k A-end
Griffin with the Connecticut state reinforced which has been
awarded the Presidential Unit
reserve Carrier Air Citation for the fourth time for

Group has been called back into I outstanding service in Korea from 7/It Notes
Active service at the NAS Alameda September, through October 1950. 'lI/inf

Calif., reports the CAR-I Previous awards were garneredfor
RIER., Made up entirely re- I the Guadalcanal, Peleliu and from
serves, CAG 15: has 600 enlisted Okinawa campaigns.
personnel and 200 officers. .
Word comes from the GOLDEN A four-day forum for leading

GATOR at NAS, Oakland, Calif., helicopter engineers and scientists -
that reserve aviators are reporting from all parts of the U. S. VS-741
aboard for refresher flight and many foreign countries was Sparkman Mho has been acting
training in SNJ'i and F6F's. Someof held at Anacostia Naval Air Sta- As press time approached this as log yeoman. .

the pilots have been away from tion recently During the forum, week it became Increasingly apHe received word during the I tGETS

"the stick" for as much as six demonstration of the capabilitiesand parent that news within the VSweekend that he had been advanced
years while others have Just recently techniques of military heli- to the rating of Yeoman
ceased copters was given according to 7'1 was as scarce as the proverb- third class.
flying.S the ANACOSTIA AIRWAYS. al! hen's teeth. Lt. (jg) Reeder

The NAS at Baiber's Point, T. The WINDSOCK of Cherry who has been assembling interFour men who will soon be advanced
H., celebrated its ninth anniver- Point, N. C. reports the return of sting items about the officer per- to AN displayed their interest THE FEEL Robert
sary by reviewing its growth from VMF-122 to Cherry Point after sonnel of the squadron, and H. V. in becoming Aircrewmen McCreary, 11-year-old Lake
1942 until the present time in the better than a month of carrier Barefield, YNT2, who has been when they took their qualifyingnews Forest, III., boy, wrote to the
POINTER.The qualifications at Cecil Field Fla. hunting among: the enlisted physicals Sunday. Those who have Marine Corps asking assignment -
BEAM at Corpus Christl, In the NASAC NEWS of the personnel, both reported a paupassed the first hurdle on the way to duty as a "spy or sniper -
Texas was utilized to help con- Atlantic City Naval Air Stationis city: of happenings. to Aircrew wings are: E. R. Maples ." The Marine Corps repliedit

duct a naming contest for new en- a baby story of baby stories.On Lt. (jg) Laurence Sellers passed J. G. Burrows, K. M. Hester, couldn't use Robert in any
listed personnel housing on the the same day his wife broughtinto out cigars along with the an- and Joseph Roberts. All are AA's. capacity for a matter of six
until reaches the
Naval Air Station. Special liberty the world a son, Mark, Jr., nouncement that Mrs. Sellers Many of the VS-741 personnel legal years,enlistment or he of 17. .

and a ten-spot gift certificate the family dog and cat of MarkH. (Peggy) had presented him with hope that new ID cards they received However, the Marines age liked
will be awarded to the winner Hodo, RM1, were also propagating an eight-pound, ten-ounce baby will make entering and Roberts' spirit and invited him
of the contest their race. Net result: one boy. The young man was born leaving the station a bit easier to spend a day at the Great
According to the PARRIS IS- baby, four kittens, eight puppiesand on April 25, at the DurhamYoung About half the men were photographed Lakes Marine Barracks, wherehe
LAND BOOT, Parris Island has a five-day leave for Hodo. Hospital in Leesburg, Florida. and issued the new is shown receiving machinegun
been wielding the "Indian Sign"on Also from the Naval Air Station Interest among the enlisted cards. instructions from Sgt.

San Diego's Marine recruiting Atlantic City comes word of men centered around C. I. George Sappo.
depot and used it once more in the personnel celebrating the sta- .
the competition for the coveted tion's eighth birthday in grand
Calvin B. Wensley Rifle Trophy style recently. Both military and
for 1051. civilian plankowners were on DIVINESERVICES
e hand for the festivities. si.

comes word of a Navy Our Navy neighbor to the south-
doctor who has' linked personality west, U. S. Naval station at Green

traits with his dental trouble. In Cove Springs has held its chari- ., .. p AT TilE STATION CHAPELS
a ,survey and tests he conducted, ty carnival two days prior to the v\
extroverts were inclined to have one to be held at Jacksonville.The Protestant
less dental trouble than introvertsand ST. JOHNS INLANDER reported 0 3930-Services. All Saints' Chapel -
the severity ranged with the that a new Ford Victoria (Sunday School)
personality. lie theorizes that the went to one of the carnival win- ))9 15-Naval Hospital ChapeL -
acidity in the mouth is similar to F 1043: All, Saints ChapeL
the nervous acid of the stomach ners.The Steering Committee for a.4 Catholic

which rises when an individual the Memphis, Tenn., Navy Relief
)830 Mass, St Edward's ChapeL
becomes excited or agitated. Carnival has been selected and the -
)930-St. Edwards' Chapel (Cate-
General MacArthur topped the) dates set for the event-Captain V1 chism .Class).
Peck, commanding officer of NA- _
front page of the GREAT LAKES
BULLETIN when the renowned TTC was named chairman, according 1030-Mass, St Edward's ChapeL
))645 Mass at Hospital ChapeL
to the BLUEJACKET at -
hero stopped at the Naval hos- _
pital to visit briefly with some Memphis.The Mormon .
Wednesday-1930-at Small ChaAN .
330 Korean veterans recuperating BLUEJACKET of Mem-
there. After his visit and a chat phis gives an account of a unique r ''''''' ..1d. pet. .

with Rear Admiral! J. Carey Jones hospitality service extended to VISITS ORLANDO UNIT-Capt. Raymond N. Sharp, left,
and Captain T. F. Cooper, General pay grade seven transfers to commanding officer of Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, Jack- AERIAL TIE
:MacArthur continued on to Mil- Memphis. Dishes, silverware anda sonville, is shown the site of the new NARTU building that is be- Rockland. Me. (AFPS-Even
waukee. variety of kitchen utensils are ing proposed by the city of Orlando, during his visit to the Associated I owl' have their flying hazards. Afull
# S e available on a loan basis to newcomers Volunteer (Aviation) there. Pointing out the proposed J collided with a runaway kite,
A training command record of whose gear has not yet building site Is Lt. Charles Catling, commanding officer of the I resulting in both crashing into
221 donated blood was taken by arrived. Volunteer Unit and on his right is Lcdr. William hall of the t telephone. wires. Firemen retrieved

the Red Cross from NAS Whit- NARTU training, department. I oth. IPage

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I May 17, 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

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r.---l: ," Survey Trip To Korea And Japan :

Gives New Pest. Control Techniques 1

("Station Dialogue" providesan r
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opportunity for military and A survey trip to Japan and 7i
civilian personnel, of NAS to that 10 military air transport
Korea,. traveling 35,000 milesin in which the automatic ,j
their question
put voice to them opinion by a Jax on a Air News ;; \ : 20 days, has caused Lcdr. disensection equipment perfected .:,'

reporter), i 'f\\ : : ; John M. Hirst, officer-in- at NAS Jax has been permanently I

Today's question is: "Do you : charge of the Malaria and Installed, are now flying" between .

think a military leader should Mosquito Control Unit at the Japan, Honolulu and the United
States He maintenancecrews
provided ,
ever be considered for Presidentof ,
the United States?" -.;" Naval Air Station, to revise in the upkeep and use of .,i.

Albert T. Sellers, ADC, Fas- i o.f certain control I techniques the equipment, which he asserts ;
will be installed in all MATS '
previously used in training
ron_ 795: 0' .
"In the present f : reserve entomologists for field planes.He 1
situation, I also visited the floating lab .
believe a mili- t duty. oratory of the Fleet Epidemic Disease I'

tary. man wouldfit L ,...-, .__0..... The the changes need of in technique rise Unit No. 1, which carries out
.ell into be- from light, portable research on diseases which might ,',
ing the Presidentof (Correctly Identify These Aircraft And Win A Prize equipment in Korea where a reach epidemic proportions. .
somewhat different method of ap-
the United Traveling by jeep from Pusan ,j
plying insecticides is required to
States. Militarymen into the interior of Korea behind
Failure To Answer Aircraft get the best results.
have a keen the fighting lines, Lcdr. Hirst reported .
outlook on world that the morale of the U. ',

affairs and understand the-i Quiz Shoots' Prize Upward"A motor Such and equipment hand dusters, consisting, is now of N. fighting forces was "wondfut"

: being manufactured in Japan, The men, he said, are eager t
needs 0 f the Sellers
to get home, but not before their
country to safeguard it from an word to the wise should be sufficient! There will be many Lcdr. Hirst revealed. However, mission there is mpleted.Who's ,
enemy" I contestants dialing 216 or 8184 tomorrow morning at exactly 0900 American manufacturers are now .c
a to answer. .the aircraft contest for again the award has doubled to prepared to go into production of 1

Condie L. Rudd, SII3, barber, ,fo"u.vv.IV\ the light-weight dusting appara- :
NAS Last week's entries in the quiz Who ,
: tus.New
_._. ; .-'-- failed to annex the award, but equal chance in the contest no methods of application, utilizing ,
: :! a .>> ''71 I prefer a ciilian since the planes used today are answers will be accepted prior to such equipment, are being
; to a nuli- the same as those of last week, 0900 Friday and anyone obviously developed by Navy re search In DefenseThis
'''''' : ary man as previous participants will have ahead attempting to beat this deadline groups in the Army general laboratory

'. : America President. A civ-of I start in today's race. will be automatically disqualified.It in Tokyo, Hirst said. The ( is No. 10 in series of
Failure to completely identifythe is possible to have several result of this research he ex- '/
,. J 1]lian would lookt personal sketches of men and ,1
'V' two sides of pictured aircraft has cost a winners an din this event a seriesof pects will be that young doctorsas women who make up our Defense -
:: question, but number of personnel a winner in tie-breaker questions concerning well as technicians will be sent Department.)
: who has the past. So remember this-all aircraft recognition will be to the training school conductedhere
:0 n e
.>' been- a. militaryeader aircraft used today must be ful- used to determine who shall be in the Malaria and Mosquito ADM. ARTHUR W. RADFORD,
..,. ly identified as to nationality awarded the credit coupon. Control Unit. Commander in Chief
"" ._.....,..;1 and Pacific
Rudd whose mind is I type of plane, and designation S !
I geared from a military stand- such as, U. S. Navy F4U Corsair Lodr. Hirst further reported Born in Chicago, February 21,
GCA Unit 1896, and attended schools in Illinois
point, would not be as capable. fighter plane. Any incomplete an- Getting
A civilian would be my man for :swers, even though they are es- and Iowa. Appointed t.
President, not any military lead sentially correct, will have to be VA Fixes Rate U. S. Naval Academy, 1912, grad
er." 4 disregarded.If Varied KnowhowGCA uated in 1916.Reported .
you want to win the con- to U. S. Naval Air

Walter Moyer, CDs, X-2 Division test this week- don't delay Unit No. 17 at Green For HSU Holders Station Pensacola, Fla., 1920, and
: submit your answers as soon Cove Springs is getting varied designated Naval Aviator in that
'Past as possible after the 0900 Fri- experience in working different WASHINGTON (AFPS- year Assigned duty in Flight
shows that day morning deadline. A few types of aircraft in the past sev- Division, Bureau of Aeronautics,
tary 1 e a d mill-I minutes might cost you a $6.00 eral months, ranging from Jets The Veterans Administrationis Navy Department, Washington
have never Mainside Navy Exchange credit to helicopters and from blimpsto paying a rate of 50 cents 1921-1923. Served on board

good politicians. coupon. the Constitution. month $1,000 of insurance USS Saratoga, USS Aroostook
As far as being! v # Answers are accepted on either I The Unit has averaged 891 per for under 40 USS Colorado and USS Pennsjl-;
the President ofthe 1 extension 216 or 8184 or in per approaches a month for the first men vania
I I UnitedLStates son in the Jax Air News officesin I four months of' this year, withan holding National Service Life Held additional duty as Officer

there! the main administration build all-time high of 1146 approaches Insurance term policies in the
isn't a military I ing. To allow for a fair distribution being made in April.At current NSLI special divi-
leader that! of the Air News and to insure i
would make a* that all hands will have an the present time there are dend, the VA announced recently r
-- three officers assigned to GCA I
good chief execMoyer Unit No. 17. Lcdr. Forrester C. ,
utive. America should have a cIvilian Rush Law Passed Auman is officer in charge, Lt. The 50-pent per thousand'rate'
always, as, President. Big Robert T. Rustad is maintenance will be used in computing pay-
business runs the country and a Giving Korea Vets officer and Lt. (Jg) Mer- ments for about half the 8,200,000
big business man should head ril C. Pinkepanlc is approach policy holders receiving the cur-
our nation, for they have the set Same War Benefits controller. rent dividend totaling $635 million -
up for it.'fWilfred
Washington, D. C. (AFPS- Fourteen GCA operators are .
Congress has originated and presently assigned along with Nearly 3,000 different ratesare
J. Willette. chief gunner rushed to passage a law giving three electronics technicians and bring used in computing the a'r
School, NATTC: the VA said.
veterans of the Korean operation one chief engineman. payments,
"A good deal the same medical and pen- No specific formula is possiblein
depends on then sion benefits accorded to vet- computing payments for policy .
d i vidual. If I erans of other wars. Jerk Dispatches holders over 40 with term poli-

he person has The hasty Congressional action Messages with SpeedFort cies, or those holding permanentor
r he background followed denial of hospi- paid-up policies the VA said .
Monmouth, N. J. (A'rS-
and is qualified, talization in
an Arizona Veter- This means the payment rate must
I see no reason ans Administration hospital to I A "jerk" is making good in Korea. be worked out for each individual ,
vhy a military a Korean veteran on the The Army Signal Corp' recently policy holder in this class.
should not I announced the success! of
nan ..
ground that no war had been
become President declared in Korea. its newest mobile radioteletypecommunications Dividend checks are being mailed ,j
out at the rate of about 150,000 in Alaskan De-
I of our na- station, "JEUK Charge, Survey i
wiiieue: lion, it .ne.. meets following The new benefits law provides for veteransof the 26", that It capable of handling a week to veterans who had poli- tachment. 1927-29. Commanded 11.
with the approval of the conven- the Korean 1,000,000 words a day and has cies in force for three months be- Fighting Squadron 1 on
fighting: tween the policy anniversary datesin board USS Saratoga, 1930-1921.
tion a military man could be achieved an Impressive recordon
1. :Medical
considered. Of course he must hospital. the Korean battlefields.The 1948 and 1951. Checks shouldbe Flag Secretary to Commander -
housing privileges.2.Burial received from three to four Aircraft, Battle Force, 1931.
have a following, for that is im- benefits.3.Compensation new Signal Corps technical
portant when any man seeks public and weapon went ashore with the months after policy anniversarydates. Commander, Naval Air Station

fftce." for veterans pensions and United Nations ,troops at Inchon Seattle, Wash., 1937-1940. .
their dependents. and since then has been providing The VA requested that policy Commander Naval Air Station
Horace Butler, Supply, employee : speedy and accurate communica holders refrain from writing to Trinidad, B.W.I., and Commandant -
J :. tions. At Woman, six circuits ask the amount they will receive Naval Operating Base, Trini-
. "If there is a were handled with ease, with because unnecessary correspondence dad, 1941. Director of Aviation .
military I man Scouts of NAS Troop communications traffic moving slows the work of getting Training, Bureau of Aeronautics

four or five times faster and with checks out. Navy Department, Washington .
who can be like 131 Host To ParentsParents I greater accuracy. 19411943. Additional
the late PresI- duty as member of Aviation Planning
.. ..
dent'Roosevelt, of Boy Scouts of Troop C Staff. Office of Civilian! Defense -
131,' Naval Air Station, were :': ;; ; : ,
then I am for Washington.
him. I don't care r< .tpr guests of the Troop recently for : During 19 IS, commanded Car- ";

if America has a awarding of medals to Joey { : rier Division 2 and Carrier Division
a military or a Stauffer Bob Bessette and Jimmy ftfl 11. ". Chief of Staff and '
civilian as Pres Lyons. The medals were pinnedon : Aide to Commander, Air, Pacific,
the three their moth- 1
boys by
ident. We got to Butler 1943. Deputy Chief of Naval
get a man that is for all the ewe ers.Merit Operations (Air), Navy Depart .
ple not for just a few. I hope badges were presentedto 2iAf ment, Washington, 1044. ,,'J" i
get our next with the ability Scribe 'Jimmy Lyons, Bill :& :
., FDR had. If he is like him,'then Chase, John Sayers, John Dodge, ., Assigned duty as Commander, ;
: Carrier Division 6, Pacific Fleet,
that's my man. Remember, I saidI and Bill Bessette. ; ,
Skits were during the and was a Carrier Task Group
don't care if he is a militaryman given -
or a civilian." program by each patrol, while Commander, 1944-1945 ". Com ;
Jimmy Lyons, Roy Read and Joey mander, Fleet Air, Seattle, Wash.
Stauffer performed in an Indian 1945. Deputy Chief of Naval
war dance. Operations vAir), (second tour),
GPO 19451947.. Commander Second
A welcome to the parents was '
I I extended by Capt. Charles A. Task Fleet. Atlantic. ,
Chief of Naval
Dittmar, senior chaplain, who was Operations
NOTESBecause Introduced by Scout Master Bill Navy Department. 1943-1949. ,

Harkins. Other guests included Commander in Chief, Pacific;
\ of the Navy Charity Paul DuPress, district commissioner Commander in Chief, Pacific
Carnival to be held at NAS on ; Horace Williams, chief Fleet, and High Commissioner oC
Friday and Saturday the Chief's Scout executive, and L. N. Dicky, I the Trust Territory of the Pacific
Club will be closed. It will be I neighborhood: commissioner. Islands. April 2, 1949. ,
open Sunday at 1800 for the din The affair was closed with vacandelight Admiral Radford holds the Ria- '

ner dance. There. will. be, no bingo 4 ceremony. DESTROYER GETS SOMEIs FUEL-Navy Destroyer Gearing I tinguished Service Medal with
this week. shown being refueled at sea the Sixth Fleet Flagship USSU. I Gold Star, the Legion of :Merit

The next ,Genera) Assembly Two little rabbits got lost in Newport News during combined S.-British maneuvers in thee 1 with Gold Star plus the British ,.
and Board' meeting will be held he woods and had a hare-raising Mediterranean. The fuel pipelim. can be seen stretching across decoration of Companion of Usi :

',h Monday. Mar 28th.. ",v 4 experience, the choppy sea at about amidshi ps Order of the Bath. .(AF1'Sl... :,
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4' \ Proclamation I

_d _
Ir' WHEREAS- the Armed :Forces .of the ,United States, haying I
) dedicated themselves unselfishly to the service of their country
are now fighting and dying on foreign soil in defense of the I
principles of freedom which this. Nation has cherished. since its
birth; and .
'WHEREAS it is appropriate ,that,we- dedicate'.one day each
year to paying tribute to the Armed Forces and to rendering
a homage to them as the defenders of our people our Nation. and
our democratic way of life:
the United States of America, do hereby proclaim Saturday r
__ May 19, 1951: as Armed Forces Day; and I invite the Governorsof
{ the States, Territories, and possessions of the United Statesto
7w provide for the celebration of that day in such manner as to
honor the members of our armed forces.As .
: Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces of'the United "
s'r: : States, I direct the Secretary of Defense and the Secretaries of
the Army, Navy, and Air Force to mark the designated day
i with appropriate ceremonies, and to cooperate with civil authorities .
in suitable observance of the day.I .
also request my fellow citizens (o display the flag of the
United States on Armed Forces Day and by fitting exercisesto
demonstrate their recognition of the gallantry sacrifice and
devotion to duty of the men and women of the armed forces.
__ _1IU"". ..., .........JIi- ___ IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand

"DEFENDERS OF FREEDOM"-Shoulder to shoulder stands and caused the Seal of .the United States of America to be
I America with its men in arms as they team together affixed.
the "Defenders of Freedom" which is the theme for this year's DONE at' the City of Washington this second day of Aprilin
Forces Day being observed Saturday May 19. the year of our Lord nineteen hun- ..
i : dred and fifty-one and of the Inde-
Air Show (SEAL) pendence of the United States of
America the one hundred and aev-

(Continued from Page 1) enty-fifth.
day. Also on exhibit will be Na- HARRY S. TRUMAN
tional Guard and Army equip-

ment."Defenders of Freedom"At

Hemming Park a 40mm an- Armed
Forces Day PrayerThe
ti-aircraft gun mounted on a half-
track, a complete mobile medicalaid ..
express our deepest sympa- station, and a mobile head-
to Laurie Rosenburg of the quarters company Communications following prayer has been prepared by the Armed Forces ,
File Room in the recent unit will be on display set- Chaplains' Board for use in Armed Forces Day memorial services:.
of his father We were al- ting the tone for the Armed
saddened to learn of the death Forces Day observance. Almighty God, King of Kings, and Lord of Lords, we humbly
Joseph Franz. Mr. Franz was With the Charity Carnival be- beseech Thee to look down upon our tuition engaged in a stand ,
I with Public Works. ing held Friday and Saturday, against aggression and greed. We thank Thee for all those who
| I welcome into the depart- visitors are in for a "twin treat"with have laid down their lives for freedom. Protect and assist, Our
Lt. William Miller who 're- the additional Armed Forces Hea'lenly1l'ather, all those at home or abroad, by land, by.sea or
aboard this week. Lt Mil- Day program. in the air, who are serving our country. We pray especially for
hails from New Jersey We Armed Forces Day is being ob- those immediately exposed to peril, conflict, sickness and death;
welcome into the department, served throughout the nation comfort the prisoners, relieve the sufferings of the wounded, and
Ferebe who is working Saturday as America salutes its show Thy mercy to the dying. Accept, we pray, these sacrifices
"Defenders of Freedom." now being made by our Armed Forces and use them in the
Comdr. Al Mersereau assist-
With "Defenders of Freedom"as establishment and all
freedom for men.
resident officer in charge of I
its theme, the prime objectiveof
the occasion is to familiarizethe Show uj our part in the redemption of the world from cruElty and
D. Holloway, Navy auditor public with the state of the hate and make us faithful and courageous in the accomplishmentof
to the hospital due to nations' rapidly expanding defenses this holy purpose. To this end we dedicate oursell'elf unto Thee,
heart attack. We under- the only giver of all victory.
; he is in pretty serious con- All America takes time out Sat-
i and hope for him a speedy urday to honor the men and wo- All glory be unto Thee, world without end.
P'r men of the Armed Forces and to
t. (jg) 'Robert :Mix, Design and renew our faith in the ideals of AMEN
superintendent and peace and freedom which their ---- -
family are vacationing in Cali- united efforts strive to preserve. 1)rennan"" W'll'; ism G unne 1 s, R og_ Army.. r'I csls JTVeiu!s 1 Uruys Js
We know they will miss I er Lodesky Fred Lombardi,
Florida sunshine. James Lynch, Robert Neasham For Treating Frostbite

Floyd Caylor of the Design DI- Navy DaughterTo Joseph Michael Nobles Roberts, Robert Raymond Owens Val-, Tokyo; (Al-'l'S) The Army in
and his family are "&<'a- testing new drugs and methodsfor
&, In Oklahoma. Crown StatueAt lap Vlasek James and Jack Van Ausdale Wade. Paul treating injuries caused by extremely -

Mildred Fowler of the Contract Comdr. Herbert J. McNally of low temperatures.A .
is still on sick leave but May CeremonyJoan Green Cove Springs Naval Sta- five-man team Is using Ja-
and Korea Its "labortory" *-
to return to work Mon- tion, will speak on "The Fifth pan ,
In the
Carpenter, daughter of Glorious Mystery of the Rosary." on pre-
telephone operators report- Navy Machinist and Mrs. Edward i vegtlon and treatment of cold
work during the past week, Carpenter, will crown the statueof injuries. .
McPhaul and Edna Kil- the Virgin Mary in the-annual USO Camp Show Findings of the combined mili
; We welcome them into the May ceremony at St. Edward's tary-civilian medical team will be
; Works department. Chapel at the Naval Air Station, Troupe OH, On reported to the Army Surgeon
: for the week: No man Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. General with recommendations of
wholly independent. To some She is 'a student at St. Paul's 52-Day SojournNEW methods to be followed in treating -
( in some capacity either School. cold casualties.
cr small he must depend up- The ceremony will open witha ,
others. procession of all children of St. Camp Show Troupe 975: has left DANCE SATURDAY ATSERVICEMEN'S
1 Edward's into the main chapel, LaGuardia field on the first lap I CLUBAn
SOUP AGAIN led by James Litcky. John Ad- of a 52-day tour of the Pacific
will make Armed Forces Dance will
ams will be Cross bearer Ernest area. The group ap-
i Creek Hitch (AFPS)- Anderson and Patrick ;Litcky pearances at various Pacific islands 1 be held Saturday May 19 at the
Sergeant Erwin C. Wilder acolytes; Robert Anderson, James in Japanese hospitals, and Red Shield Servicemen's' Club
searching for a dog with two Carter, Michael Kelly Frank before troops and In hospitals in starting at 2030. Music will be
of teeth. Wilder left his new Lodesdky, Daniel Finnell, and Korea. provided by James Geiger and
f on his desk. A few mo- David Finnell, torch bearers. The unit Is called Troupe 875: be- his band. f
later he saw a dog trotting James Deworkon and David cause the last unit to play during
the room; with them. "I'm Smith will lead the Sanctuary World War II under the USO ban- a *
awfully tired of soup," the boys, including Maurice BUck- ner was Troupe 974. 4'
l said. ham, Clifford Bottin, James The eight-person group, which
t can be divided for hospital ward
\ -, -_ -'_. entertainment, will work for au-
n diences as close to the front lines
\: 'T74r ;
as possible. ..
17 Carrying Its own musical F4-5
i I background In the form of Evelyn -
Hamilton and her ac ordl-
I on; Bill Robert' banjo and Jack
Powell's drums, tlfe outfit I It
J capable of putting on top-flight ...,
:" 80-nilnute shows in any surroundings -
: _
i In addition to the above three-
J' some, who also function as solo-
ists, the unit features' dancers
s Conway and Parks; "Sentimental
Songstress" Elaine Lewis; magi-
: &'d"rk cian Paul LePaul, and Dorothy Tw
i\ Wenzell,, mistress of ceremonies.
i f- Powell, LePaul, and the Misses
Hamilton and Wenzel are veteransof
r overseas shows of World WarII. I
Two. other USO units are sched- ing-good time is had by Cpl.
uled, to go to the Pacific area Danny Orr, Scranton, Pa., u
AIRniEN tyr uic. oc./ -rive!! airmen an decked out for what soon, the earliest to leave about combat.correspondent with the
; Navy calls "field day." And don't let that "sailor" with the July 2. The first of the "big Regimental' Combat Team
fool you, either he's an Air force; member too. The pic name;" 'stars scheduled to go; out In a makeshift bathtub.-The are
I ra was made aboard the LCI 1032;, the Air Force's .Navf..The Under the, USO CampShows banner Is the only :way.of keeping wa
plies between Cocoa, Fla. and Air Force bases in the Carib is Jack Benny who will. leave ter wan" In this Korean ver ..I
i with a, troupe of four in July. sion of the Saturday I bath."

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May 17. 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

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First Time In Combat



(Editor's Note: Many have of- flop. We went about 21miles I I had the prisoner and I was they outnumbered us !about two '

ten wondered what goes througha behind the enemy lines and cap- to take him back to our one. Yours truly made an even l'l'to

young serviceman's mind as he tured a little village and stayedall I got lost on the way and score of six for the home team ,
goes into combat for the first night to keep the enemy out. into six other fellows from during the fighting. I am proudof 1
time. Just what they think and We made it to the village O.K., \ company that had gotten sep- me!" .,

how they accept that responsibility but the enemy had pulled back toa and so we teamed up'and The youthful soldier, now a :
can be gleaned from two let- hill-so we got the village but to find our way back. seasoned combat infantryman in

ters from Pfc. Ted Edwards, to we didn't get a chance to fight took us two days but we fi- the matter of a few days, con. ,
his parents. the enemy until dawn when we made it. We had nothing to eluded his letters home with the !

The young 22-year-old infan- helped the infantry clean up the and little water. We wander- request that his parents and fam- 1 j

tryman, whose brother CharlesE. hills. the enemy lines twice Sly write often. amplifying the tol
Edwards, ADC is attached to got ambushed by three sni- often printed request by servicemen
ComFairJax Intelligence, relates "We played cat and mouse with and a machine gun in a rice m Korea for mail from the
his during his first three snipers but no one got withdrew."I Why none of us were kill folks back home.
combat experience patrols in Korea He is hurt except one sniper and he a wonder to me, 'cause the .

.., with the 5th Ranger Airborne joined his ancestors and the infantry was very close. We managed
Battalion somewhere in Korea) captured one prisoner, We crawl out of range and get Naval Maneuvers'
Pfc. Edwards wrote April are going on combat patrol again but while the lead was \'
tonight so we ought tc have some me and J. C. had a long
5, to his parents, "Just a few
fun. and I the talking
was doing "ConvexTwo"Set'
lines to say hello and let you
know that I'm O.K. Don't let anyone kid you, ,
.. this is one screwy war-but we finally got back safe with '

"I am now sitting above the are killing Chinese Reds so fastit prisonerwe lost two men For Atlantic

38th Parallel just north of Seoul. ought(" to be over with soon. (I the hill, they were killed by

We went on our first mission last hope). and we had seven Norfolk, ,"&. (AFPS)-"Convex
night. In some ways it was suc- On April 11 Pfc Edwards wrote On the whole thoughwe 2," a Western Atlantic Naval maneuver
cessful and in others it -was a another letter detailing the com- I I were pretty lucky because to be held soon, will be one "
_, 'I.a ..a.II.U" taD" n' the
UL iiie mos t jcaaiaiiw icoia ui

RPI Offers 4-Year TuitionTo Crossword. Puzzle Navy's conducted.The anti-submarine. defense yet ;

1. ACROSS ,10' war game, under command
1 j '4 S 18 1 a I "
1-Appear of Admiral William M. Fechteler,

Qualified Navy SonsA 5ChapeallIAulataat 11 t3 ,... Commander in Chief of the At-
12-Rvel1J lantic Fleet, will involve 100 na-

full tuition schol- 14-Olrl'a Period name of time ,' // j. '1 ://I'i' val vessels, several hundred naval
four-year Standard Set at-In favor of / / planes and 50,000; officers and
ia offered the .. "
being by
I-Lure. ,j''". zo 11 2! 2J
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Only an exceptional student will ft- Openwork men.The
Troy, New York, to the son of a be considered and the successful fabric for 11.1 2) : 7b 21 extensive maneuver
naval or Marine Corps regular or candidate will be required to main- J'-.1 throroughly test a

reserve officer, petty officer or tain an average grade of 85 percent J -High a / li 'lo 3t tions network more complete thanat
11-BrholdlS 1 time during war.
/ any except
noncommissioned officer on active -Whll*
..' duty or retired with pay, or to The Institute maintains 12 un- 14-Approach** n r-/;; 3 V/31 One of the principal! nerve centers
2( B unce off V/ V/ of the exercise will be in New
the sons of deceased personnel In dergraduate courses leading tc IS::Look fixedly
35 J 6 // i 1 York, where Vice Admiral OscarC.
any of the categories. the bachelor degree, as follows:: I>-Uncook4l V .
-Russian r// / Badger, Commander of the
Free Tuition Civil engineering, Mechanical En-
... $600 vlllac IIJ ..J'f 4032Jason's Eastern Sea Frontier, will direct
gineering, Electrical Engineering,, hlp
.It was announced that the stu- the protection of shipping withinour
dent selected will be awarded free Aeronautical Engineering, Chem- vera(* .M. '11 V1:7: / 'i'f r75 '1_ coastal waters. As the con-
ical Engineering, Metallurgical r/ r// vSiberia
to 14-River In
tuition $600 a
amounting year move out into the Atlantic,
.... voys
Engineering, Industrial EngineerIng yT Io..a ,. 50 51
and will enter the Institute 'with Business' Administration 15-cbanc. color of I "./ V/ the Atlantic Fleet will assume responsibility -
the September class. l -Turf for protecting them. ..
Chemistry, Physics, Biology and IT Sudden pain 51 ..53 'SV 55
Application forms may be secured Architecture. p5-Rage: yo The maneuver is in no sense a
from the Dependents As- ,:=_ 51 5. "set piece It is designed to sim-
sistant Branch Bureau of Naval, 41 43--Perform Proceed :i: ulate the first week of war. Aboutsix

Personnel. All applications to be lIar ROD \VIlllS 44-Shade sr....---r or eight submarines, representing
considered must be completed and 46-S'mbol for
cerium aearchlllC for *popped 4o-Fabrfo the "enemy"-about the
returned to the Bureau on or be- THE GREMLINS: 47-Steal knightly 41-Snatch number the Germans sent to our
20-TJdlble root 42Escape22Conjunction
fore June 20th.NAVY. 49-Light! color adventures' gradually coast in 1942-will be operatingin
U-orraprlng 1-1 h. MI
UE'LL GRADUATEBy Bi-Sea I In Russia 4-Pronoun I6-Ardent 44-Rlpped the Western Atlantic, againstthe
ntainer7Make 46-Mlnt
Armed Forces Press Service 65-P.Yt 1i4-ExLst 5-Curea 27-Auguries *- convoys.
of 6-deed c a nc :'dTIlil"l'wfsted
26-Mournful r Convoys will be assembled,
Hot Rod Happy, comic-strip III-Free of 46-Frenrh for
character, finally is going to be *-Indeftnite article, it-Ethiopia" UtUDOWN "good"6Tlair made up and dispatched from
from Air Force 6o-4ousg boy Norfolk, New York and Boston i
CORNER graduated But not without the pilot nEuropeatEI.... t:ieAsd: 34-Final ned. 61-Resort toward Cape Race and Bermudaand
training. customary Io--Imagining 16-Superclliou. 'II-A stats
return. They will be covered
1-Soaki Consumes K"5"
Spirit of of water 51-A state and protected by naval patrol
:.rials andtribula 18NuH, 3-Paid notice (abbr)
planes, including new LockheedP
The Southeastern Regional
llilllllullUasr{ (Answers on Page 9) about 40
V4's destroyers, cruisers
Meeting of the Navy Wives Club ions which ,
and escort vessels of various
of America which was held hereon i "dad- f- '
:i s
Official Release For types, including Coast Guard ves
May 8-9, was a big success. ly," Z a c kUosley Program
The meeting was attended by the T' J

national president, Jeniveve Harris u t shim

; national treasurer. Helen hrough. Inactive Reserves Announced_ Turn In Carnival
Friend; the southeastern regionalvice When the / ,
president, Mary Hall, and 35 luthor o f Washington (AFPS) Reservists who were i involuntarily recalled -
members from seven different "Sntil- to active duty since outbreak of the Korean War have been Books FridayAll

clubs.A n' Jack" m given some idea when they can expect to get out.! .
banquet was held at the Lob- inform me official release: programsof personnel who hold prizes

ster House, where prizes and tro- d Air the Defense Department were chance books on Carnival prizes; ..'
phies were awarded by the na- ?rorce offi- ley.After promising to reform HotRod announced by Rep. Overton are requested to turn them in before :

tional president. All delegateswere : e r sand Mosley began getting tech- Brooks, Chairman of a House 1600 Friday, CommitteemanLt.

taken on a tour through the t i r cadets Hot Rod HapPY' nical advice from the Air Force. Armed Services Subcommittee on Williams Hehdrick, announced.'

Nurser ',.where the visiting ladies that he was going to put Hot Rod He portrayed the life of an air Reserve affairs.Leatherneck Books are to be"-turned In at

fell in love with this place on first through pilot training, they im- cadet just as it is; tough, rugged, Reservists can ex- Hangar 122, southwest corner,
sight. The meeting adjournedwith mediately set, up a howl. disciplined. That's the way the pect to return to civilian life first. topside. Phone extension is 733.

a luncheon at the NATTC Hot Rod's reputation was not cadets told him to draw the strip. The Marine Corps plans to re- .

restaurant. an enviable one. He had got- Zack won't reveal his plans for lease from active duty all enlist. Expand Training FacilitiesFort

ten into more jams than a jelly- Hot Rod's future. He may go into ed and officer Reservists by June Dix, N. J. (AFPS) Expanded
Meanwhile work has been com taster. "Don't put that louse in advanced training with his bud- 30, 1952.A training facilities here include

.d on the transfer of the "Not our outfit! they shrieked at Mos- dies in Class G-51. summary of the release pro- a new machine gun firing!

the New annex Shop of from the Barnett Dewey National Park to ,................ ..w_.. .., .... ,_v---- gram: range with 63 target pits, eigh.tfiring
:t points for ,30 calibre light
Bank building here on the "base. ,! : Marines-First releases to startin I and heavy weapons, and six for
The new location will enable ev- ; '" June this year. Priorities go to 50
The firing line is
erybody to shop every Tuesday .'-. < (1) World War II Veterans, (2) 200 yards guns.wide and the U
between 1000 and 1600. Dona- c. Non-veterans serving in Reserve 800 range
tions of merchandise are greatly "'- c before Korea, and ((3) those who deep.; .
.:;' i
appreciated. Contact the nursery .....v...._- v .. ..--.' '\ volunteered for immediate as-
supervisor, extension 368, or Mrs. ,.. signment to extend active duty be released: tbY October the
Newell, extension 8286. t' L "t 0 since outbreak _of Korean fighting rate will be up to 6,000 a month.
The Navy Wives Club will con- : Second Lieutenants and non- Criteria for release will be
duct the bingo game' at the car- veteran officers are excepted whether a reservist is a World

nival on Saturday, May 19th. l' 3. from the priorities. They will be War II veteran. Reserve officers
-A ;: kept on active duty 21 months. will be kept for a minimum of
To all Nursery Patrons: All awtl,1/ '.; S NA sNf ,' ---3 I 21 months. Release program for
..... children here Army Releases will start in
parents leaving over ,e .wnu.n: W4 / I officers will not start before Ap-
two years of age, are urged to 'h ii"- .fsb'Et./tQDttDS September for enlisted Reserv- ril, 1952.
bring along a towel and wash 1c sgra s .ns. ists ordered to active duty as individuals 'r ,

cloth, clearly marked with thechild' ....... 'sea ,1,1 C t KXUi mM from a non-pay statusin Air Force-Airmen ordered to
., A
name. The children spend'a y .-. .,_ ? "' i' ,; ..,1.::;,}S!'<, ; uses, KCTMSMim. ttCMlJ the inactive or volunteer reserves extend active duty from the .',
lot of their time playing out- .. .... +!v. (': eta OR 6EAa1/M: ta Criteria for'release of en- volunteer reserve will be able to I "1
'r .
doors in the sand and heed washing -l. before eating and going to .. ,:"AI'1tttC\f F\.1GIf PlStAltNE. !! local conditions including after 12 months, while reserve officers --ft(
: 10 AR5A.
? '" ZNIWofT t maintenance of efficiency in ordered to active from ;,
bed.Miss F ;L ,:1 : Ma1ArT'Mnf. .'
: I A Senolt: >; 't9p units.
Freiburg's dance pupils ,,,. ,>",'l'i':,,.... : -......!. iainTM54. vAerIWK 6t15=1 volunteer reserves since July 25 ,J,
will their annual recital No
give on ',,' ,. ......... .... ... IN plans were announced for may be required to serve a min.
"'- ---
May 25, at 2000 at the Mainside the release of reserve officers or imum of 21 months.

auditorium. This event la sponsored ARS DEVELOPS AUTO SOS-The crash locator beacon, developed members of the National Guardor Air National Guard 'and Or ;

by the Nursery and all parents by the Air Rescue Service will eventually become stand Active Reserves.. ganized Reserve Airmen ordered ,.
are invited. Tickets are on ard equipment on all'USAF aircraft. The beacon is an automatic to active military service may ,
sale at the desk in the Nursery. device which is ejected from the plane by crash Impact, and which Navy Releases will start in obtain release after 21 months 'j

The program will! last about twohours immediately and automatically begins sending distress signals. July for enlisted volunteer re- active service or after termination ;"
with more than,50 children Artist's conception above shows how signal is broadcast, picked up servists recalled to active duty of their enlistments plus'ona '
i.'participating/ Information 1ca11.eitt4msioh' by hearing station' and transmitted to Air'' Rescue1: SetYlc ,f which from b riohf iayadrill status. Initially year extension required by la'l"

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'I Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS May 17, 1951
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Charlie' Barnet For
6 Plays

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JMr2lflU t Three Dances Next Week '., : :

Definite word has come out = 'By' ARTHUR .".,.

at last about the Fasron I G Famous International Teacher of the Dance Charlie Barnet, who has always been one of the top bandleaders ". "

beer party. Kingsley Beach is: I In the country, brings his exciting new band to the Naval Air Station ,J '

25 is the time, next week for a three-night stand next week.Barnet "
the place, May 'IN M4KlNG UM'ASTt' '?; IIMe OX J1 ep 1.! L' u. J
Eschol Frost has charge of: KtEPWCIOMTOMOPPOSITE It.EFr FOOT j ana nis versatile orcnestra "j',', "(
10 RIGHT orchestra became a national favo- ,"
for crew's danceat
11 the arrangements and is ex CAUSING HIP TOMMTIUDE.iT FO"[,JaTRAIiH. D. __ I SID" Malnside will play auditorium a Monday rite Now a veteran of two de- ,', I ;,

erting every effort to make< THIiSWArHM' | """"" I j J i00T night, for a crew' dance at NAT- cades in band business, still in his -::,
the celebration the biggest in ::0 c 1 ...--(; r IS lEi BROUGHT TCenter Tuesday, and for the of- thirties, Barnet has a new and "
ISTIC OF ..." ficers Wednesday evening at the"O" exciting band. I,:n t,
squadron history. mean THi ( ,
f under With the current.demand for ,I' '''',
FOOT. Club. Dancing gets
all married men, wives, single< I(, f: way at 2000 each night. more" subdued dance tousle, ". '. ,,:S;

men and their girls will have< : ; For the'put decade, the name sprinkled with novelty and en ., _
1' si: tertainment Barnet' hall reorganized .,:
to turn out and participate. I of Charlie Barnet has been syn- ''' r

:I After four days of frenzied t _......".- i <4 onmous with great jazz. It was his band once more to
j .. RtGIfT'r satisfy the public. His two featured .
work the hangar used by CAG .J. In 1939 at New York's Famous
.. .. MOVES vocalists are Bill Derry
t... -
17 has been cleaned and readied I "" ST1tIIUGNT Door that Barnet became an over- Russell.
and Eleanor
for the Navy Carnival. lACK. night sensation. His exciting ahd JI-

Under the supervision of Hen- WALKING' 'OOTTO LIFT SIOt.AWIDMTiNCtD original recordings caught on im-

ry Crook, BMC the Fasron (6 b 6.,RIGHT FOOT 1 It BROUGHT' mediately and the Charlie Barnet

coin throw, basketball and change< Fool UP TO LEFT TOOT.

booths have been set up. Loui; UwwtIQMID "WOMANI STEPS r .' eA' lC.. yJt, IIf Fingerprints
Laurent WAY. / .
Leone, ADAN, Lloyd St. HIS
AM3, and Robert Engard, A02, Artificial HandsLos
are among the many others whc LESSON 7-The Rumba Box: Step
have done a fine job and deservea The Rumba originated in Cuba, was introduced to Americans Angeles (A'rS-Pro)

vote of thanks.. nearly 20 years ago and has steadily increased in popularity. It haa i ress made in the development of
a charm and an aura of mystery all its own. artificial hands has been so
Howard Chereskin AD3 has The slightly rolling hip move- great that fingerprints of the
received word he will be trans- ment in the Rumba is a result of 1. Left foot forward. 2. Right limbs are on file with the FBI.

ferred to Officers Candidate the manner in which dancers to right side. 3. Left up to right The hand are manufacturedof
School on May 25. It is a well place their weight. In such Am- 4. Right foot back. 5. Left to plastic then covered with a

deserved honor. erican dances as the Fox Trot, for left side. 6. Right foot up to left plastic glove which Is molded'
Almost as many cigars were issued example, we do not have any hip- from an actual hand. The workIs
in Fasron 6 during the last rolling action. When you take a so fine the model's finger

week as the period when person Fox Trot step with the left foot, Arthur, Murray Says: prints appear on the reproduction. -
nel making rates were announced.
you immediately transfer your 1. Here are pointers for good .
This time the good news from
the left foot. Hence no
weight tell tile difference
those passing out the traditional leaders' When dancing a Experts can
stogies was the arrival of a "little hip motion. new partner for the first time, between the model's fingerprints
But, in the Rumba when you start off with very simple step and the reproduced version.
one. step forward with the left foot, You then become acquaintedwith Therefore> to avoid confusion in I
Lt. (jg) Herbert Rupp, person the weight remains on the right each other's style in dancIng Identification, the prints are on
nel officer is the proud papa of a foot, causing the right hip to protrude file In Washington. Charlie tsarnet

baby boy and Douald J. Hish, As you step forward with 2. Simple, uninvolved stops a
ADC and Lee ,p Meerscheidt, your right foot the weight re- are to lead and follow Barnet is known as the "star-
ADCAP) are the other happy mains on your left foot and the and will quickly give you and Weather Report maker", having discovered much

fathers. left protrudes. and confidence new talent in the past several
hip ease
your partner Friday-Fair and warmer.
Howard L. Lembke, DKSA, "
J. The effect is just the same as la each other. Saturday-Partly cloudy and years. Many of the top flight
Glen E. Moore, AA, and Billy .
in the music world
It you were walking up a flightof 3. Most good dancers lead slightly warmer. names
Newman AA, have reported
their to Barnet. Amongthe
stairs. the same step at least twice In Sunday-Same. success
aboard the squadron for duty. .
betterto stars that have at one timeor
succession. It Is far I .
Now try walking around a room do the same step several times another been members of the
Ralph N. Harris AM3, of the Extend Bounds Passes
Barnet band are Lena Horne, Diz-
structures crew, is placed this In this manner. Place your than rush Into quick, jerky
week in the spotlight as "White your hips and feel the hips changes. Effective immediately, the 80- zy Gillespie, Red Norvo, Kay
Hat of the Week." swing from side to side. 4. Don't be afraid to pause, mile limit travel restriction, Starr, Chubby Jackson, Mary Ann

1 A member of the Navy since 1. Place left foot forward, In position with your partner, necessitating an Out-of-Bounds McCall, Fran Warren. and Buddy

1946, Ralph Joined in Chicago weight on right. 2. Place right at the beginning of each dance. Pass for station naval person- DeFranco.
and graduated from recruit train- foot forward, weight on left. Listen to the music, make sure nel on authorized liberty to. I .

ing in Great Lakes. Upon completion Walk slowly in this manner for i of your timing and then start proceed beyond the 80-mile limit InslrucloroVech
of this initial training, he half an hour without music. Then forward, sure and confident of has been extended to 100
was transferred to Pensacola and walk for an hour in time to slow yourself. miles. AiANP( ) School I

remained there for almost three Rhumba music. After practicinghis 5. Never count for your part-
years duty forward Cuban walk practice ner unless you don't care what the same as the man's.: Practicefor Finds True VocationWilliam

Upon completing his tour of going backward in time to Rumba she thinks of you. Neither Is one hour S. "Bill" Gates Jr.,

duty at Pensacola, Harris was music. It necessary to tell her what Next week: The Rumba EMC, AE Rate Shop Supervisor,
transferred to attack squadron you expect her to do next. ( and The Rumba Turn is a sea-going sailor who has
85, then a unit of the Air Group Now, you are ready for the Box Break Hints Illus adopted the Aviation Navy.
Plus Dance ,
Step-the oldest and still the most more
8 which serving at Jackson- .
was Selected Instructor of the-
frequently used step in the Rum Study artist's drawings of the trations and drawings.) as
ville in 1949. After spending one
Week in the ANP) School at
year and two months with the ba. Start with your feet together Box Step. Note that you pause Copyright, 1951:: by Arthur NATTCenter, he frankly admits
and follow these instructions: after 1 and 4. The girl's part is Murray.
squadron, of he was a that he would like to hold an Avi-
plank owner, the air group was ation rating. "I'm an Alrdale now
decommissioned and he becamea THERE YOU ARE 9.000 FEET OVER THE ATLANTIC. at heart," he says. His boss, "--

member of VA-45. RELE N. L. Beck, Phase Super-
Six of the seven months Har- visor, Phase 2, ANP) School at
ris spent was NATTCenter, says: "Gates is a
sea and was added to the sea General Service rating, but he'sthe
uuiy ntv ne ha h snake" Tim M L best AE in the Navy." TIt
down cruise with CAG-8: survival:: Shop:: at not be overemphasized.
Watermaking equipment on the can is probably due to the fact
Air Technical Training *
I raft has the primary interest of that Gates has at last found his
Fasron 109 and an additionalsix Center is answering questions 1 the students:; The two means of In addition to the watermaking true love in aviation electricitythat

months experience came next for fledgling airmen ]making sea water satiable are equipment, the student is given a he is able to speak with such
before his transfer to Fasron 6. I lhe chemical method and solar careful check-out in the "Gibson conviction to the Airmen School
that will stand them in good
of the structures i transmitter and
A'member crew I till method. Girl, a radio a students about the merits of the
since arriving, Harris has chalked stead in the future. The chemical method is ac- mall "Walkie Talkie" outfit. Day AE rating. '

up five months with this unit. What would you do in this Instance :omplished by the mixing of a and night distress signals are also Advance Man
Because he married shortly after ? There you are at 9,000 powder, called the "x and y mixture aboard the raft and the functionof Gates entered the Navy at his

enlisting, Ralph has been a feet over the North Atlantic. It's ," into a pint of sea water. each are explained to the stu- home town, Montgomery, Ala., in
"khaki-sacker" for over four cold in the plane and below you 'rhis method gives a pint of clearwater dent in minute detail. November, 1940. He had been a
years. Much of his spare time is it's colder. Pack ice, as far as 1 in thirty minutes. John Yount, PR1, an instructorin track star at Catoma High School,

spent at home, where he delightsin you can see, is interspersed with) The solar still method condenses survival, says, "This gets a Montgomery, before entering the
constructing model aircraft. ice b erg. as big as apartment, the salt water by the action bit dry at times but it is tree service. r-
One model, the British SE5, has buildings. One berg is shaped likea 4 r>f the sun's rays. This methodan mendously important to the individual Gates first reported to the ANP
taken him more than a year and carrier, the Midway class. I: furnish two -pints ;of distilled I airman. I wish it were ( ) School in January, 1949 at

Is his favorite. Suddenly the port mill is still 'water in a normal day. The instructors mandatory for every man in naval Memphis, Tenn. He was sent to
Ralph also spends a certain I at NATTCenter feel aviation to take a survival course Jacksonville in the pre-commis-
feathered the
The prop.I
'. amount of his recreation time You.think pilot "What a place to pracI I hat: the importance of being familiar similar to the one here at NATTCenter. sioning detail. His job was to
: swimming, playing acey-deucey "
ice.." The ice below suddenly with these two methods check on all electrical Installa-.
w orpinJ;>ong. tions of the ANP) School.
bit colder andcloser..
I By joining the Navy before seems a "
(load Duty"
j graduating from high school, There is a sharp explosion and
Besides being a 4.0 instructor,
the starboard mill is stopping. ,
j Ralph has not received his diploma. t2
{ eI Gates has found tlme'to help others -
After much studying and "This is carrying things too far.
to be better instructors. Whileat
hard work recently, however, he -
he assisted in an instructor -
The rushes for-
did get the certificate as a resultof plane Captain
successfully completing vari- ward. Then aft Tthis i* no drill, I- -supervisor improvement
ous USAFI courses arranged by brother. You're going down. The program, giving a lecture and

the Educational Officer and is pilot's voice comes over the intercom demonstration on the technique of .....
now working toward the success "Pilot to crew, stand by demonstrations. "With the help
, in Ac- for landing. We're 4 of the instructors in the AE Rate
ful completion of a course emergency .
, counting. riding her down." Your next .r.tiR r 4t0. Shop, we have accomplished quitea

thought is how long will you sur bit in making mock-ups and dis-
THINKING DRIVER ) play boards," he says.Gates' .
QUICK vive.The qk x i attitude toward his jobs
Santa Monica, Calif. (AF1'S)- Survival Shop course at typical. When asked how he

Explaining why he paid only 48 NATTCenter provides the answerto liked his job, he replied "Very
cents on a $1.00 parking fine, H. how long the plane crew will jood-It's the best duty I've ever
L. Bridges said: "The officer who survive. This short course Is tre- had in the Navy-and the first
clipped the ticket under my wind- mendously Important to all Am- shore duty." Gates also declared .
shield wiper broke it, cost me 52 erican airmen. It gives the answer "Some of the best officers that I

cents." for survivals in either the ,sunny L i have worked for are here in the
I blue Carribean or the icy green ; Airman School. They look out

TIMES ARE TOUGH North Atlantic. for their men as individuals.
Wetherofleld, Conn. (AJ.<'I'S- The course is of 15 hours dura- Gates has two objective for the

The warden of the state prison,, tion, and goes into Intimate detailon Yount PR1 InstructorIn future: To raise his two children,
cost how to don a parachute har- CHECK OUT ON SURVIVAL-John ,
in the
realizing the Increase and to have his own electrical
to class
ness' the care in handling the survival at NATTCenter, checks: .survival gear prior a
of living, has requested pri80ners'dally jusihese,.for which he.tee1s qualified -
answers to"4what do"1in
carriedin demonstration which gives students their $ftf .
salaries be raised from 12: chute, nd'the equipment* I through his Navy experience.r .
event survival efforts are necessary.
the life rafts. ,
cent to 25 cents. t,

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17, 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page ,Nine- -:

VA-859, VF-761. VF-41 Fasron 9, VP-741, VF-916 Report '. t ., ,\ : ;"Ii'VI"


a 1j- Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons .

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"" ', y; .. VA-839. : James Yahr; Bob Gray, Lon Til- lengths 'behind and was still goIng '!

d.Jj.; ,; V A- 59 keeps pushing: its son, Dennis Petree, Joe Fasrang, away when they conceded the
Bill Phillips, John Bonacorsi, Mike case. Not to be cheated though,
<1' :'" flying time. Last 'week it Richards and Bill Whiting. his purbuers pounced on him as s "yry. ,

-z "- put many hours in the air tot ,Jake Bius, Bob Boyer, Don Ev- he returned for his new Ford and

establish new sqUadion rec- ersole] Marvin McColough, Bart convinced him the bath was real- '
:: :' ord. Small and John Switzec completedthe ly something he shouldn't (anddidn't ..,
''I' "'ff. mathematics course satisfactorily ) miss.;
'A The are also moving i:,, ,.
John Thomas,'AKC; Bob Haines, \, "'
''t5' ."' \ : ahead with a three won, one Lt, Dick 1 Cogswell, currentlyTAD SK3; and Carl Goodin, AO3, reported ; .
:) ( lost series to their credit. The to 41 while his squadron is a thoroughly enjoyable I : ,
l;" ", consistent good hitting of Dick on a cruise is a happy man these week-end at Lake Bedford. Fun- ,

'.' Jochum, AMS3 and Art Gipp, AD- days. He readily admits he is attached ny thing, too, all they did was ,):",:
E2 lends, much to the club's suc- to a fine outfit and feelsIt sleep and fish and swim. '
cess. Tre Infield has been a privilege to be in it.
Tom Norton SA has been
10., ,
strengthened by placing Dick La- A recent graduate of All Weather scrupulously preparing for future $
bendski, ADE2 on third. Flight School at Corpus Christi the '
golf competition by spending
VA-859S tennis team has recruited and a former flight instructor, he last few days on the greens. >
among' its officers and is acting as an instrument instructor :;' <
Duris Lawrence Purcell .
men some of the Niagara' Fron- and is a big help in the Instru- Dick '>> j'
of Fasron
tier (Western New York ,State) ment training syllabus. and Carlton Anderson
9 supply are now the proud own ..
stars. They'inc1ud Lt. (jg) Ed .
Fix, Marion Szafnickl, PRJ; Fred ers of airman: stripes. t '

Albright, AMSC; Varan Sarkis- S r rVP741 JIIIIIIh1---'g:...... *
nian AL3 and Lcdr. Richard
TRAVELING HUB CAP-When they lost their fancy hub cap
Moot, Co., and hereby issue a Leaving the NARTU hangar somewhere in Iowa, Irvin Hill, SN, left and Mike Rodrigues, SN,
challenge to any and all squads to this last week broke up a long I
both of NATTC, never expected to see it again. But the thing
,'4 meet in fair competition any place and pleasant association over the showed up this week, found and sent to them by a friendly police r
and practically any time. To ar- in which the squadron wasa
years officer from Cresco Iowa.
range a match' call Lt. (jg) Ed "Week-end Warrior" component. .

Fix at 643. .

Congratulations are in order Except for a few new transfers, Sailors' Meeting wilh Iowa /Cop
for, the following named men the unit is probably the biggest
who went, from AA to AN.: R brown baggin' outfit stationed at I

Johw Archie, Ed Burton, Norm NAS Jax, for all the personnel Shows He Knows Public RelationsTwo
Collins Bob Doane Ed Franas-
have been here. since, World WarII.
iak, Carl Lls, Reggie Pegrum, VF-916 INSIGNIA Readi- .

Alex Profeta and James Yic- ness to accept and deal with When Patrol Squadron 741 was cold, wet, and thoroughly Rodriquez, hit a hole in the road,

chio. any situation is exemplified by given the nod to join the 24-hour- disgusted sailors, somewherein and lost a hub
of Iowa at two o'clock in the
the "roaring insignia ,
,Right near.home is John A. Gas- a-day, iay-a-week Navy, the They were wondering just
not denotes searched the road-
VF-916. The bull only morning, by
kins AEAN native of Jackson- of Jacksonville lost fire-
.., a city a how their explanation of two
fighting squadron side. Their search was inter-
ville. John, whose parents, Mr. power as a man, Leon C. Starling, YNT2; an sailors out in a pouring rain at
but also ability to repulse rupted by a firm blast: "Hey!
and Mrs. Wendall M. King, live officer of the law, Woody Wester 2 o'clock In the morning would
of the received What doing there?
at 2324 Phoenix Ave entered the many rumors ADE1 Bolles School you guys
classified "bull." ; a professor hold upl! To their surprise it
.. Navy in Jun.e of 1943 and went and as Lt (jg) Bob Nichols; a dab- A big, nattily clad policeman held up very well. The police

through boot training at Farra- Fasron Nine bler in real estate, Lcdr. Charles arrived to take over, With vis- officer, W. E. Williams, of Cresco -

gut; Idaho.* He served aboard the The most successful and hilarious Rodgers and a lawyer, Lt. Mark ions of a possible night in the Iowa, very cooperative,.
YD 117 and the USS Jr. clink, the two sailors started
Kennebago suds party Fasron-9 has ever Hulsey, promised the men that he would
(AO-81)). Prior to joining CAG-8 experienced is now a thing of the To this short list could be add- explaining. search for the hub cap the fol-

h6 was stationed at Naval Air past. Within the foggy minds ac- ed many more whose movementinto Irvin C. Hill, SN, and Mike lowing day. The Navy men,

Test Center, Patuxent River, Md., companying the weak constitu- the Navy left its mark on the Rodriquez, SN, of the Naval Air mentally kissing an elaboratenine

Tactical 'Test Division. tions of a contented but not so civic life of Jacksonville, but must Technical Training Center were buck hub cap goodbye,
chipper crew aue several fond be considered part of the city's enroute from St. Paul to Jack- climbed back into their car.

VF671All memories and some die hards have contribution to an expanding sonville, when the car, driven by Two weeks later they received

the officers and men of VF- been heard to murmur: "When Navy. COULDN'T STAND IT! the following letter from Cresco,
arrival James Wil-
With the of Iowa:
671 participated in a squadron does the next one come off?
son, ADC, minor confusion ensuedas Media, I>.. (AFPS) Robert
beer-bust at Jacksonville Beach, During the festivities, James the mention of Chief Wilson, McMullin, 57, served his first 100 Boys-"I am sending )by par-
May 10. From directions given Johnson, AM3, stumbled and cel post, your hub cap. I foundit
also mean Cecil Wilson, ADC. jail terms-all for 90 days or less
Lt. (jg) Woodall may on the other side of the road
by Ray as to spilled but finally tripped hometo Chief Cecil Wilson has been meekly. But the 101st, a ,
now -very
how to get to the particular loca- about 30 feet from the highway.'
take the sack race; Ollie Frens- nicknamed "Tennis" Wilson to re- year at Broad Meadows Prison
tion, it was a wonder anyone ley, AOU3. and Dick A. Davis, lieve the doubt as to reference. Farm, taxed' his patience. He es- "Please accept same with our
showed up, but as the beer beganto AN, exhibited surprising agilityto "Tennis" is the squadron's undis- caped. compliments. If you are ever
flow, the crowd gathered. win the three-legged .race; at the In our'fair city again, we wouldbe
Next on the agenda was a soft- "Tiny" ((240 Ibs) Tuneff, AD3, puted champ r *game. .. glad to be of service to'you."
ball between the officers (Signed) W. E. Williams, Police
game sparked his tug of war team to Going all out with the educa-
and men where to everyone's victory and prizes, then won a spe- tional facilities available are Officer, Cresco, Iowa.
manyof .
amazement the officers walked .. .
cial four-man tug of war, with
the squadron personnel, they
away from the white hats to the James F. Miller, AD1, proving to Include Lt. (jg) John Middlejohn,
tune of 18-8. Before the dunking be the greatest opposition, but no engineering officer; Chief Will + BREEZESDiogenes +
phase had ended, everyone ,had match.
Hallmark and Wester
.: either a skinned knee or elbow for Mast of those present took a "Woody" met a veteran 'What
i TAD at the
AD1 who
are on "
the fun. try at the greasy-pole in an at- Wright Aircraft Engine School in were you during the last war?
The squadron lost William Jem- he asked.
tempt tosecure the prize on top further Insight
New -
getting a
kins who was transferred to Sepa- and virtually every method was into the 3350. I' "A private," replied the veteran

ration Activity recently. tried and discarded, including one Lt. Meredith Shaw and Lt. (jg) .
. Welcomed aboard were JamesT. by Dick Anderson, AA, who tried Walt Winter, our two hottest ex- So Diogenes blew out his lamp

Price, AD2; Bob Pfeffer, SA; going up backwards. The prob- airline jockeys, have come back : and went home.
Bob Nevins, ADAA; Claude Mat- lem was finally solved when a S *
from VP-5: where
they were ex-
ney, SA; Will Kuehl, SA; SwanC. spectator called out the prize was to fleet Blonde: "Sorry, soldier, but I

Johnson, SA; and Fred S, not five dollars, but "a quart of tices posed and will now operational desseminate prac-Information never" go out with perfect strangers -

Helmly, Jr.VF671 good whiskey." In the mad dash to the rest of the squadron .
is also proud of the that ensued, Tom "Gator" Ed- Sailor: "Don't worry about

fact that it led all the other CAG-8 wards, AN, reached the pole first Many pilots.of the personnel are visit- that, Babe. I ain't perfect!
squadrons for flight time last and lip-zipped up like a scared ed from time to time from their
month monkey from an angry elephant. : Defensive halfbacksAnd
former business associates from
r r ,Q kJYk uninformed lasses
Jacksonville and the comments
VF-41 The beer drinking contest turned range from: "And you had sucha Must ever be ready .

Having completed a two-and-a- Into a "beer breathing game" brilliant future ahead, too!" To: To intercept* passes.*
half month course of instruction when John Butler, AEAN; Tiny "I wish I could join you back in (
- :t in aircraft engines, aircraft struc- Tuneff and Tom O'Reilly, AN, the Navy." fr Speaking of money, it's the husband's -
tures and elementary mathematics started to gulp. Although Butler The softball team is suffering job to make it first and

Dom DeLorenzis, enlisted won, awesome credit must be due from the rapid transfer of per- it's up to the' wife to make it

ground training instructor in 41 Tuneff and O'Reilly. Due to the sonnel and is expected to really last.. *

has started new classes in engines, alertness of the throngs, no cans start functioning in the near future -
structures and advanced mathe- were swallowed by. the contestants Shed a tear for LieutenantVan

matics. His math class will include although the after effects were Russ Gilbert, ADE3; Steve Ho- Ness
He agreed when his,wife
trigonometry and algebra almost as bad. van, AOU1; and Bob Morris, AT- said:

Successful graduates of all the During the icy tub, treatments, AN, have star ted the move toward r" "My hair is a mess!" '
other courses were Bill Bechtel, Lt. John Perry displayed some unexpected an advance to commissioned grade tI *
Oakly Blake, Bob Boslackl, Bob speed when he left his as' they hold engineering degreesin a e,
I I L2td. Quick Quips: No matter how
, '. Garvey, Roy Guite, Del Swavely, pursuers three, four' and five Ciyil, 'Mechanical and Electrical a flat your conversation might be,
-.---- Engineering, respectively. Several -
a woman likes to have it flatter
more feel they are also qualified -
,, A girl who is' not a hit, is
and will apply soon.
usually safe at home Many
'S *
people: are good friends until debt

., VF-916 do: them part Money talks- -
i '; One of the moat"laudable rec- Its most famous phrase is "good

. ords to be'' set forth on the baseis bye": Many a Hollywood ham
M h s the one 'which VF-916 boasts. brings home the bacon.

I Over 90> 'of the personnel in the

. outfit are currently taking some ? .> ,al> .w ':., ;' -, Answer to Puzzle
kind of correspondence course

,I"1"f through the United States' Armed SOME E M HAT A I Iaaia 10OR
: SUIT EH!! Actress
Forces Institute or have completed V ER RAPR
",.. the Navy General Educational Mary Murphy is "cotin" the A Ts N T
Tests. act as she plays out her role as
" Prior to active lecall, a great Fashion Queen of California R. CAROAT
Cotton. To celebrate National
. many of the men were college stu- RE raaua@s 'iA i
; Cotton Week
curvaceous Mary
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dents, these courses, afford them R G L E

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SEABEES' STEEL ROAD-Amphibious Navy Seabees rush toward their degrees. RAN LO

ashore, drawing one of their pontoon causeways which soon will After much preparation, the so- military wedding in the outfit*, it HH aaciQ I HSsata '
be bridging'supply trucks between the beach and an LST land- cial event of the season for 916 came off without a hitch at St. [aaaiaa saaMay

ing craft. Guns, tanks, and other >+heavy equipment also: may bt came Off ,with Lt. (jgJ) Bill Killian Edwards Chapel on the base. The AZ A E 5P TE
rolled ashore in jig time over this steel roadway that 'brings marrying Miss Margaret' Clark of entire squadron wishes the newlyweds D N 'J

the beach out to the ships." Massachusetts. The first full dress the best of everything. '"
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Anne: Clark Cops ,


I Second Golf Title .

Anne Clark won her second ..
.._ n&4 "
A)3 Armed. Forces Press" Service consecutive links tournament: as
If the stories of dissension and strife on the Boston Red Sox: baseball 4 2" she defeated Martha Rusk 1-up :
I team represent only. a fraction of the truth Manager Stevi in a tight finals match j t the ';'
. Neill's Gold Hose aren t going anywhere in the 1951 pennant chase first flight of the ladles' spring '.

i" Complete harmony and virtually 100 per cent team spirit an cup golf meet at the local
for a winning: combination in the bier leagues today.. course.
Even so: it's hard to believe that Carol Watts,and Elaine Hillis
III a club Reinforced by such new ingham Mich, June 14-18. M will battle it out sometime this '0 .'.
j II players a a Southern California is rated a s l t 5 week to determine the winner "

_i f.nit- BouJ probably the top college baseball of the second flight. :

dreau, Bill team in the nation. Eddie Louise Thiel likewise won her '
J Wight a n dRay second title she defeated (
straight as
Scarborough Sawyer, boss of the Phillies, says
Pat Herman. 7-6, in the
I Is.n't the New York Giants are most finals of the third flight .

a title respected by his club this year. .

contender "They gave us a fit toward the

from right the end of last season," he says, "and Woh. Neely Top '

start. then of course, there are the Dodgers -

9 This yearmarks and Cards." Fliers' Batsmen

a .

tragicanniver COMES ACROSS-Diehal Bextrom tallies the first run for
the and
Hopscotchlng colleges American Catcher Bob' Wolz with a neat
Marine Detachment in their division NAS Intra-mural
in the universities. Oklahoma U., .437 is pacing the Jar Navy Fli.
sarv league contest with VP-10. Alert and ready to take the toss isVP10
whose football been
historyStese teams have ers stickmen although he has only
.backstop Bill Dryman. VF-10 took this one 14-3. :
O'Neill 0 f sports listed with the nation's best in played in five games Tom Nee

.% Just 20 years ago Coach recent.,years, offers another claim- ly, is leading those players who
Knute Rockne of Notre Dame, ant to sports fame. He's have played in practically every
was killed when an airplane plummeted Dick Jones a junior who's best game with a lusty .313. Following .
to the prairie in Kansas. high jump to date has been six the leaders in batting, as of ...
feet, seven inches They feel May 13 are:
It is a fitting tribute to his
he's a comer University of AB H AVK.
national life that
impact on our
} Maryland baseball team boasts Wolz "
16 .437 :
two decades after his death, his
four hitters Sports Duvall 5 2 .400
name still is prominent in the pub- Wh.otop
Duvall 5 2 .400
lic mind, I The New York
the Gennaro( 15 5 .333
Yankees played to 133,328 fans in
300 mark. Webb 12 4 .333
12' California games during the
late spring training campaign. They're JimMoeller, Neely Fannon 51 13 16 4 .307.313

The Bombers received approximately Bob lIeinbaugh Wilson 39 12 .307 ,
$67,000 as their share Saunders 39 11. .282
while four Pacific Coast teams, Fred Weber Ziegler 50 14 .280
Oakland, San Francisco, Holly- and Hospital l VF-41 Lead NAS Faustyn 36 10 .277 .
wood and Los Angeles, got off lake Gra- GushanU 22 6 .227 .

the nut on spring training ex- am. ((4gAfP3 Coughlm 45 12 .26(1(
penses. While the New There be Manning 42 11 .261
Yorkers enjoyed the music of the a three- Sot tballers In First HalfFirst Karpinski 42 10 .233
cash register and West Coast hos- way battle Becker 17 3 .176

pitality, they prefer Florida for thefootball A Righter 1 .142

weather for conditioning a big round action in the NAS Intramural Softball loop was Martinyk, 1 0 .OO()

league ball club. I i u arter- completed this week with Naval Hospital, sporting a 10-0 record, .
back job at andYF-4J. with a 9-0 slate riding in the No. 1 spots in their re-
Cliff Ogden well known mid- Mary landbetween s + spective division.In Navy Golfers Enlcrinltlcblcln

dlewrot basketball referee, tells sex t .#. a ii.A American League play this Meet
of officiating at a game in Texas week VF-41 ComFairJax League standings as of Tues-'
Before the game all the Jack ScarDick Jones 13-9.. Exploding with three home day, May 15th Several station golfers have entered

players stood at attention while >bath Bob DeStefano and Dick Nolan runs and also aided by a few errors AMERICANTeam the Finkelstein links tournament
the band played, "The Eyes of the latter a six-foot-one, 170- VF-41 took the win in W L being"held at the Brentwoodcourse
Texas are upon You." pound freshman from White stride. Home runs were hit by VF-41 9 0 in Jacksonville.

Ogden' whispered to a player Plains. N. Y. Ray VanCleef, Gabby Switzer, Ric Ellis, and VP-5 6 0 Leading the N a v y entries in
: "Won't they play the national all-American college centerfielder Fasron 6 5 1
Curley Tretter who took batting qualifying scores in the 18th annual
anthem?" is making it rough for opposIng honors with three for five Fasron 109 5 3 tourney is Bill Foulk station

The player looked at film and pitchers of the Rutgers U. VP-10 4 3 links champ, who fired a 71,
ComFairJax Bob O&G
For Kemp, 3 4
replied in an outraged tone: Baseball nine. Currently he's third low qualifier in the meet.
eftfielder, got three for four, one Faetulant 4 5
pounding the ball at .524
"THIS Is the national an- a clip Following Foulk with qualifying
being for extra bases. Chuck MAD 2 6
Michigan State won the 1951 NC-
scores were Frank Govern, 73;
Shoch and the 1st. Lie ts. 1. 6
pitched won game
AA team boxing title with 145-
North 74 Leo Marchel
Wright ; ,
VF-41 make ComFairJax 1
for to nine straight 8
Dizzy Dean's new radio program pounder Jed Black and 175pounder while Chuck Bolegar who made NATIONAL 75: John Adams, 78, and John
will be transcribed in Dallas Chuck Spieser each copping in- Prince, 79.
Team W
his debut with ComFair, took the L
and broadcast from 43 states, dividual championships. In- loss. Hospital 10 0 A total of 241 golfers have entered
q plus Hawaii, Alaska and Canada. cidentally, Spieser's coach, George
O&R 7 1 the tourney. Scores of 77
Makris, calls him the "best col- In American League play Fas
Rumor has it that Jackie lege or amateur boxer rye ever ron Six behind the one-hit pitching VA-859 2 1 or better will compose the championship
Robinson may be interested in the Opr Fit. Div. 5 4NARTU flight.
seen." The Spartans of of Auggie Klingheil, trounced l-
managerial post of the Montreal Michigan State who ComFair Jan, 16-1. Bob Beers 3 3 i Sam Dowling is the defending
won ;
Royals when his playing days are FAW-11 3 3 champion and was not required to
of nine grid' games in 1950, of Fasron got two for four, including -
over are giving advance warning of a homer, while Stan Fer- Supply! 3 4 qualify The meet got under way
Roy Campanella, stylish Brook- another hot grid club for 1951.They or got three for four. Joe Law Marine Security 3 5 Monday, and will continue for a
lyn coach, has a high pitched voice was the only ComFair man to geta Operations Aero 2 6 period of five' weeks. rI
which caused Pee Wee Reese to say the regular backfield hit. Howard Huck was the losing VP-741 1 5 .
quip "Why don't catch cold performers Al D o row, Opr Photo Lab 2 7
you pitcher.
quarter, Don McAuliffe .
and talk like a man?"' Ray andYince tilt VF-41 i Sport Shorts
PiMuio halfbacks, and In a play-off ran .
Milland, handsome Hollywood Dick Fanin, fullback over O&G, 7.1, to run its winning 1
are going
f star, has never seen a big league to encounter rugged opposition streak to eight straight. Mau- Tars Host to New York Giants manager Leo
baseball game, although he is now Durocher once said "Stanky can'thit
from a flock of freshman tar. rice Tevault of VF-41 had a perfect -
i Called making"Rhubarb.his third"baseball. picture Illlnofo,. ADd Michigan track day at the plate getting two Cards Reds run him, nor for field any but second 1 wouldn'ttrade base

quad made a. unique coopera- bingles. Far the losers Fred Cayman -
Just in case you're interested, tive plane trip to the west coast and Johnny Lence combinedfor man in the league.

the 51st USGA Open championship for a triangular meet among the four of their team's 7 hits. Ben Geraghty's Jacksonville
tourney will be played at the Hliiu, Wolverines and Southern Willy Williams was the winning Tars return from a week's road At the age of 25, Ted Kennedy -
Oakland Hills. Country Club, Birm- California. moundsman while Jimmie Clark trip next Tuesday to open a six- captain of the Toronto Maple
suffered the loss. day home stand. Leafs Hockey team is an eight-

Voile yballers Win West Palm OttO Beats MAD lumbus The Tars Cardinals play host Tuesday to the nightin Co- year veteran of the blades. g. -

I VP-10 defeated FaetuLant,' 12- the first of a three-game set, For the first time in baseball
Beach Invitational 6. Herschel Jones and Joe Eason before taking on the Columbia history an afternoon baseball
I Tourney each got two bingles for the losers
Reds Friday, May 25, in a three- game was played entirely un-
while Don Walsh of VP-10 clubbed game serIes. der lights. It happened in
Alth oug h d a f ea t a d' tl leer' three hits. Don Harkins received Next week's appearance of Co- Cleveland .on Sunday, Sept. 24,
first match of the West Palm team in the action and had to the: win for the Patrolers and Jim lumbus and Columbia mark the 1950, when a pall of smoke from
Beach invitational volleyball'I rush the first six back into the Carnes took the loss. first in Jacksonville this season forest fires in Canada turned day
i fray to squeeze out a 16-14 Vic- Improved O&G copped another for each team. into night.
tournament last Friday, the win by nailing MAD, 83. Jim-

Jax Navy volleyball team rallied .tory.Jack Bear, Tom Abbott. Ralph mie Clark pitched and hit his

.. strongly to win all of Callahan, Joe Binczak, Jim Nunn way to his own 'win He got 2 II Woman Wins Second Sports Quiz I -i -

their 'remaining games and. and Joe Simon were the starters for( 3 and allowed but eight scattered -
0 in the tournament and hits. Leroy Lienau was the know I
capture the meet. play Women quite a bit
all demonstrated losing Marine twirler. answer. .....
nome sparkling more about sports than men I .w
After bowing in two of three
games to the Miami Y team, play. Bill Manly'g ankle Injury O&R Trips NARTU, give, them credit for! What we believed to be quitean
which seemed to be "up" for the was very costly for It meant National League's high flying It was proven' again here easy question turned intoa
encounter the local powerful JOlting his much needed retrieving O&R edged NARTU, 8-7 in a when Violet Johnson, a civil stumper, since the two winners
skill. were the only ones to(
thrill-a-minute fracas. Paul Moon ian secretary at NATTC won
took on the host team,
West Palm Beach, and smashed. With the completion of the West racked his third win of the week her second contest in three have the correct answer.

their way through to triumph in Palm Beach tournament, play is in as many starts to keep O&Rin weeks by providing the first Following its policy of covering
two straight I closed for the season During the the running for first place hon- correct answer to last week's all sports, the Jax Air
i the gamerGaining finals by virtue of. past year, the Jax Navy team ors. Mac Murray took the loss query: "In what sport is the News' query for this week we
their win over West Palm Beach, was incorporated from a nucleusof for NARTU. Darrel Spang of the term 'hobber' used ? will admit may be a toughie.
the NAS netnven again met Mi- Fasron 6 players and filled in Overhaulers hit. three for four, The correct answer to that "Who was the last National ... .
-end, but turned the' tables this with stalwarts from O&R, NAR while pitcher Moon held the Reserves quizzer was: "Horseshoes, or Leaguer to hit two home runs"
time and ground out two quick TU, NATTC, Cecil Field and var- to four lone hits. quoitsA "Hobber" is the in one World Series game?
"leaner" and describesa The first correct answer to
ious squadrons based at Jacksonville same as
wins to take that match. Operations Aerology walked over
shoe or ring which remains the quiz gets the two free
4 In the double elimination, the Supply, 12-2. Bob McCoy of
Jax Tars ,
leaning against the pin. (Now tickets to the games
two finalists who each suffered A successful record among the the winners collected two hits in aren't you sports fans ashamed while the second winners wins

only- one defeat, were forced to stiffest competition in the state three times at bat to garnet bat- especially you men?) a full course meal at the Civil-
play again for the first place spot. has been completed and the out- ting honors Art Letendre collected The second prize also wentto ian Cafeteria.
As in the preceding encounter, the standing play of the locals has three for four for the Sup- a NATTCenter individual No answers will be accepted I i',

Jax team took two straight, although won for NAS Jacksonville an' enviable plyers. Chuck Rhoads posted the Charles Platt YNS1. He was prior to 0900 Friday, th$ day

in the second game they reputation in volleyball cir win for the weather-birds while second to call in the correct after publication.I'O .. :
were behind 12-7 with the second: cles. Junior Maloney took the defeat.

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NATTC Bushel, Loop Spinks Stickers Fr i.ce I anA N. ANP( ) Ship's Co., 1st! Its.

Following batting averages are i
for players participating in at Set NATTC League PaceAn
least 7 games or 20 times *t bat

officially up to and including May
10th in NATTC Softball competition > up and coming First Lieutenants Softball team has taken over
'" : < the leadership from the ANP) Students in the National Division of
National League AB R II Av. the NATTC Intra-Mural softball league, while the American League

Spinks MAD .. ._....,24 14 12 ..500YrborouRh 7 yrw lead is still being held by the fast stepping ANP) Ship's Companywith
-AKA _..22 9 11 .500 an unbemished record of eight straight victories.

Perez-MAD .__.........19 11 9 .473 i-iasi Monday/ 's W&tiiQl rituiunai T U Vague" -- IMH. .- _
.; Daniels-ANP( ) _....21 80 .457 tilts went to ANP) Students, AE led the attack for ANP( ) with
Meisinger-AKA 10 11 .440 Students, 1st Lieuts. and AKA) two hits. Pavlat and Hopkins of

.. West-AKA ......._.....28 4 12 .429 School.In AO also collected two hits in the

Wagoner-AESC) 21 7 9 .428 the AKA) School Training encounter.
Morton-TraFacs ...24 5 10 .410 Facilities game, AKA) showed A&R Whips Personnel
Matlock-TraFacs ..15 5 6 .400 plenty of power to powder three 1'layuig '&" ueitiiMve: : hail and
Lassilla-A & Rec..21 13 8 .380 Facilities pitchers for 17 runs and coujjjieiuiji iuur uuuoie plays,

I 21 hits. West led the hitting assault AUUCUC ....a iteiieuuon oe.eiutareisutuiei
Leading pitchers in the Nation with 4 hits for the winners. : '.1 uuuua: tiLe "f-mt
al League: Barksdale went the route for the pinning in ion cun .... W LI CAPTURE EAST COAST SHOOT-Setting a blistering pace, Storekeepers for the win, while ana I tabelliul: '.eu fur me losers
Jax skeet team back with the East Coast Skeet
Schudell---1st Lts. 5 0 Navy's Rossurn took the loss for Tra wan ovuwuiu i.u .uli: the utitac.iionn : .
held Norfolk. Team
in shoot last Saturday at
championship a
Ritchie-ANP( ) 3 0 Facs. vudrieis: xcu utf iimui as.I.U.u -
I members are left to right, Tom Burnam, Bill Arthur, Ken Pen-
Gauthers-MAD 3 0 vvuii <) lais iur winners:
dergras, Gordon Teets and Gene Varner. Capitalizing on 4 errors and 6
Magril-AT Students 2 0 walks, 1st Lieuts. decisioned the 1rlbirladiy: : ..1JIIH.i.l1eeea; :: uy
Guziak-Medics 2 2 .auue .h.r JJe..ument: irerttuu,14 -
Air Detachment Students
Cornett-AE (SC) 3 2 12-2 behind the six hit pitchingof UIHrany: ), on me b reiig.nof
Crack Skeet Team Takes
Barksdale-AK "A" 3 0 Alf Schudell. Irvine took the a iu-uii ana !t led oy onn-
lIon: s j nus, anu cuiuieis t mis.
loss for the Marines. White of the
American League: AB R II Av. Hurry twiueu lor we winners
1st Lieuts. and Pershbacker of
Bushell-ANP) ._.22 11 14 .635 Marines led wnuc: Uriner nursed lor tne losers -
their respective
Sullivan-AirC M.21 10 11 .524 .
East Coast Service TitleJacksonville teams at the plate with two swats
Kozak-Personnel .22 9 11 .500 apiece. buppiy andlV1atenallashed out
McElyea Sup. Mat 22 7 11' .500 I It) ruas to aown Aircrau Mam
Weiser-AOSC) _.25 8 12 .480 : Navy's crackerjack skeet team, sparked by crack AE Students topped Athletic teriance, itfWim$ ,Jiisner and
& Recreation 22-16 in wild and
McGiffen-Pers. 11 11 .423 shot Gene Varner, set a blistering pace to win the East Coast Service a coie limiting their opponents to
Tocco-AOSC) _....24 910.416 Skeet Shoot at Norfolk last Saturday. woolly contest. Doyle received just i runs anu 4 hits, uie boys
McGrath-Sup.Mat 20 6 8 .400 credit for the victory as Aberne-
irom : ouu
I First for Jacksonville Navy Building Cdpuauzea oa
I tally 99; Bill Arthur AOC, 98; Ken thy took the loss for A & R. Red
491 out of 500. : COStly errors. Jrisner received -
Schiffer-Pers. _.,_25 13 10 .400 was a possible Pendergas, AEC; 98; and Gene Harriss of Athletic and Rec. gar creau for vne wan wmi
This was one point shy of theworld's nered 3 hits to take hitting hon- <
Leading pitchers in the American Varner AOC, 100.
record of 492 for a five neages was me losing pitcner.'ine .
League: NARTU Norfolk, was five-man ors. 1st ijieuis. wan uavenport
W L man team. team with AO Students Win
runner-up a 479. on tie ma roued to a 'ia-a: : win
Perry-ANP) 4 0 The winning five man team was Varner Hit 100 '
AO Students rallied for two over a ngntmg urauung 1 acuities
Lazarus-ANP( ) 3 0 composed'of Captain Tom Burn- Gene Varner's perfect of
runs in the last inning to takea uavenpou limuea ins toes
Cople-AO (SC) .2 0 ham, (USMC), team captain, witha 100 straight won him the high 4-3 decision from AE Ship's m victory to just o nits wnue

... Funk-Ath. & Rec. 5 2 score of 96; Gordon Teets, ADC, gun honors. Gordon Teets, with Company. Cuthbert and Nathen urant m defeat allowed. 12 Din

99, was runner-up for high gun were the battery for the winners, gles.
and winner of the Class AA while Cornett and Lubmski were
Dispensary Medical Depart
Fliers' 4-Game Win Streak Award. Bill Arthur was the run the battery for the losers. In the ment garnered: a U-y: win ever
ner-up for the Class A Award. final encounter of the afternoon
Ilk!; Students on tne strengui of _
Patrick AirmenJax "Never Better" ANP) Students coasted to an 8-1 wud pucning oy uoyie 01 AJ-!: '
Snapped by Varner and Arthur took the win over Dispensary Medics. L.iena was Ue winning cnuciter
two-man team honors with a score Ritchie of ANP) was the win
wnue boyie WOK inn tit
Navy's Fliers, who climbed above the .500 mark during the of 198. Pendergras and Teets ning pitcher while Gene Guziak man ot tne iweaics and loss.van >rs-

past week had a nice four-game win streak going before PatrickAir tied with Varner and Arthur for took the loss for the Medics. lam 01 1\.,. each collected'2;.: nus.AivtA <&er-.
Force Base snapped. the skein to win, 7-4, here at Mason Field the two-man team honors but Messersmith with three hits led
Tuesday. were beaten in the ensuing shoot- the hitters. ) neat btuaenisAti

The Fliers now have won eight off. ANP( ) with Zeb Lazarus on : .isrups: Company won a forfeit -
and dropped seven. triple, scoring a minute later 'on afielder's Twenty-six service teams, with the hill, eased to a 8-3 win over over Athieuc ana necreauon

The Fliers travel to Selma, Alabama choice. all services represented, vied for AO Ship's Company. Snyder and m anouier tut. AVAJ bcnool

today to engage the Craig Becker Not'heWin the trophy., It was taken last Olson toiled on the rubber for won us secona: ban game ot tne
Becker went the route for the
Air Force Airmen. The locals return year by NAS Norfolk. the losers with Snyder being wee ou tue strong right arm
to Mason Field for a two- Fliers, and Bornstein worked for Jacksonville Navy was the charged with the loss. Bushnell twining 01 Barnsudie over AObiuueiivs

game stand with the Eglin Air Green Cove. number 16 team to shoot. After 10-1. me storekeepers

Force Eagles, Saturday and Sun- Win Second, 11-0 the locals finished, no team ever I continued to Diasc: tile oau as
day. Both games will get under In Sunday's g a meat Green came close. Team captain. Burn- Play In Spring tney collected: lit: nits. tSarKsdaie

way at 1430.Tuesday Cove Springs, the Fliers blastedout ham declared, "Jacksonville Navy auuweu just j hits awanson: mined
15 hits to swamp the Bullets, was never better. No team was lor tue losers. Meisinger want
will find the Fliers
11-0. The locals wasted little timeto Continues
embarking a twodaroad ever close to them." Cup has led tne nitting.
upon score, pushing two runs acrossin
trip to Charleston, S. C., where I I Marine Air tuuents bounced
the first frame on a walk and With action in the first flight
they meet Station.Charleston' Navy Receiving singles by Gennero and Ziegler. Morgan Cops Weekly postponed, play in the men's tne weeK from to an edge earlier AIN((1J loss) btuaenu during

They added another run in the Spring Cup links tourney con
Tuesday, the Fliers' winning second when Wolz and Coughlin Blind Bogey Event tinues with results posted !n ana tnertoy taKe over sec-
ond place m me National League.
streak was snapped at four singled and Gushanas sacrificed.The Edward Morgan copped the three-flights.In Irvine and bpmks nuned lor me
straight as they were stopped bya Fliers cut loose with 5 tal- blind bogie at the NAS links last the only match played in the Marines Irvine
,..- Y high-flying Patrick Air Force lies in the seventh on Coughlin's Saturday with a net of 80. tie second flight, Bill Rusk emerged i credit -ior tne "win leming! receiving and
nine, 7-4 at Mason Field. double, and one-base clout, by picked 16 for a handicap and fireda the winner over Craig McKee, one- Uitcaie worKed on tne hill tor
Score Early Fannon, Gennero, Ziegler and 96. Leo Marchel took the run- up in a bitter 24-hole match. ANY) with Fleming suilenng
A pair of walks an error anda Gushanas. The final i two runs nerup spot with a 72 net. Marchel Third flight winners were Bill the loss. irvine of tne Marines
double by first-sacker Clark came in the eighth frame on sin shot a 75 and had a handicapof Chase who downed Dave Mosier, along with Messersmith and

netted the visitors a trio of tallies gles by Neely, Coughlin and Gus 3. one-up in a tight match, and A. ttolmes of ANY) each collected
in the initial inning. Successive hanas, and a base on balls. Joe Williams won closest to the K. Robinson who bested Porter 2;.: hits.
singles by leftfieldcr Searles Gushanas allowed but three pin honors on No. 16 with a brilliant Bedell one-up in another sizzler.
First Lieuts.
and backstop Harrington, coupled scattered singles and fanned 14 shot that came to rest Dave O'Bryan defeated Doc Take Over

with a long fly gave the Patrick batters to get the win, while the scarcely a foot from the pin. Lyons, one-up and S. A. Fuhringwon Thursday night's American
men a single run in the third.A losing pitcher for Green Cove was John Adams sank a 25footeron over J. H. Pain by the same League games saw Dispensary

pair of singles and a hit bats Kisslak who gave way to Keo- No. 18 to claim honors in the count in fourth flight competition Denial defeat Athletic and Rec-
man loaded the bases for the Fliers win in the seventh. He was putting division. i reation, ANP) :Ship's: Company
in the fourth inning, and set touched for 15 hits. defeat Aircraft Maintenance and
the stage for Don Manning's base Avenge Defeat AU Chip's:: Company down -MAD.

cleaning triple. The Fliers came The Fliers ran their winning Friday the 1st Lieuts. took a

'back in the following frame to streak to four-straight by avenging firmer grip on first place with an
score a single tally on a walk by an earlier setback at the 8-2 decision over Athletic and

Gennero, and singles by Wilson hands of Florida Freshman when r a e Recreation in a National League

"'"I' and Karpinski. they trimmed the Baby Gators, encounter. AU Shudell was the
(. Jake Duval absorbed the lick Monday, 7-3 on the home dia winning pitcher while Chuck Es-
ing for the Fliers allowing 10 mond. tesc took the loss for Athleticand
hits. Spinks went the. distancefor The Fliers continued to score Rec.
Patrick and gave up eight heavily in the hit column
rap Also on :Friday afternoon AN
safeties. ping out 12 safeties. The Frosh I (P) Ship's Company of the American
The Fliers scored a double win
inflicted the first damage in the tasted their
first defeat
rival Green Cove in in
over Springs first inning. Legano lead-off ,
an contest with their
a busy last week-end. The Fliers for the Frosh scored windblown

won the first fray, 9-5, and blasted KA younger cousins the ANP) Stu-
triple to right centerfield.An .
dents by the score of 8-4. Ritchiewas
-, the Bullets in their return infield out permitted Lagano .
the -
,;' match 11-0 the latter's dial winning pitcher while
mond., on to-cross the plate with the first Lazarus took the loss after relieving -

:1 The opening game, played at run.The Fliers matched the Gators Hurl in the 4th inning.

':' :Mason Field, found the visitors efforts when Coughlin and San Standings as of May 13th:

. ::-;: Jumping on Bob Becker for two ders walked and Ed Karpinski AMERICAN LEAGUE
! -4. runs on three hits and a miscue. singled Coughlin home to tie the Team W L
The Bullets' left fielder opened the game. The second frame found ANP( ) Ship's Co. 8 0

"1 frame by reaching first on Beck the visitors pushing another run Personnel S 2
er's : Catcher Ross followed Athletic & Rec. 5 3
error. across on a walk, stolen base anda
with a single, as did right fielder single by hurler Simpson. Supply & Material 4 3
Miller and center fielder Auery. Big Fifth Frame AO Ship's Co. 4 4

The locals came back strong in The fray was' iced in the fifth. C Dispensary Dental 3 5

the same frame with three tallieson Saunders and Fannon walked, Ed Aircraft Maint. 1 7
three hits and a pair of walks. Karpinski singled, Gennero doubled Mar Air Det. (PP) 1. 7

Tom Neely walked Jim Coughlin and Wolz; singled through NATIONAL LEAGUE

'..... singled Neely to third, Saunders the box to bring in Gennero with TOURNEY WINNERS-Winners and runners-up in Team W L
then hit safely, sending Nee 1 y the fourth run of the inning. the recent station championship tourney were on hand last week 1st Lieuts. 7 1
home and Coughlin to third. Fan- Backstop Bob Wolz continuedhis to receive their awards, presented by Rear Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery ANP) Students 6 2.

non walked, and Bill Ziegler doubled hitting form with two singlesin Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville. Kneeling, left to Mar. Air Students 6 2.

bringing in Coughlin and four times at bat. Ed Karpinski right, are, John Swatchka, 5th flight winner; William Lyons, 5th AE Students 5 3
Saunders.The scored with two out of three flight runner-up and Paul George, 2nd flight winner. Standing, Dispensary Medics" 4
Fliers added three more and drove in two big runs in his left to right are, Dave Mosier 2nd flight winner; Bob Thiel, 1st AO Students '' ':.' 3 5
runs in the third. Ziegler collected efforts at the plate. flight winner; Bill Foulk, statiion champion; Rear Admiral Montgomery AE Ship's Co.i 3 "{ S .;
a base knock, Wolz then laid Chuck Webb gave up six hits who made the presentations; Dave Henderson 1st flight AKA) School 3 5 I f'1

t Into one for a round-triper. Becker and fanned 10 to gain his third runner-up; Capt. Julius Early 4th flijht winner and Charles Ray Athletic & Rec:. 2 6

helped Ms own cause with a win of the year. 3rd flight runner-up. Training Fac. 1 t

1- : lotMap

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BULLETINItems Graduating AN (P) School Class ,Sets '

( offering for sale articles !- Scholastic Record At NATTCenterANP
of property such as washing

machines automobiles, furniture,
radios, clothing and the like i is ) School Class 3-C, assigned to the AE Class (Class plaints as long as men continueto
prohibited by Defense Department which was graduated last Fri- "A") School right here in establish the sort of record

regulations. This column will day afternoon at NATTCenter, Jacksonville, for further training such as 3-C has done.
however list such services as has set a fast scholastic and before assignment to duty. i
of the fine
available housing, rides wanted, military pace for succeeding a per- !! !
lost and found articles, and oth classes to follow. Competition was unusuallystiff formance Class 3-C a new

*r similar notices), Honor company in the mili- in Class 3-C. Out of a class policy regarding liberty for I
IOU KENT tary phase of their training for of 204, 36 men made the scholastic the "honor company" has been
average of 90.00. This established. One extra night'sliberty I
2 bedrm. furn. apt Mrs. Cowart, five straight weeks 30, the Marines Class made the task of the Selectior.and is being awarded to the 1
of 204- including
Ph. 2-8707. and 15;WAVES made the high- Assignment Division of "honor company" during the 1 i
3 bedrm. brick house nnfurn., 353; class scholastic of the Airman School doubly difficult week following that in which
est average
Ph Boone 8-2811.Park Ave. Mrs. Connell, any class since the 1948 Air but there are no corn- they have achieved that honor.

man School.
Wanted couple to share house in Class 3-C made an averageof Mental And Physical ExaminationsTo O ..
Fairfax Manor.: Mrs. Kimbell, 83.70; Class 38-48 made an TO TAKE CHARGE Of THIS POST WO
Ph. 2-0106. average of 83.83 in 1943 at
4 and 6 rm. unfurn. apts., 627 Edison NATTCenter, Memphis Tenn. Be Standardized By Servicesranged
Ave. MrS. Herring, Ph. 4- .

3248. Honor man Leonard B. Parker Washington (AFPS) Mental Deadline Near
that each Service an
Furn. rm., 4638 Wheeler St. Mrs HSAA, of North Little and physical standards of ac-
Long.f Rock, Ark., made the highest ceptance for service: in any of the equal share of those who pass the
rms. and use of kitchen. scholastic average ever made in Armed Forces will be revised to tests with highest scores. For Schooling
Mrs. Black. Ph. 2-9946. Airman School with 94.89. conform to present standards em- The new policy becomes effec
TJnfurn. 5 rm. house 5947 Lennox: ployed by the Army the Defense
Ave. Mrs. Daniels, Ph. 2-9811. School Parker with came a background to Airman of Department recently announced.The tlve May 1. Previously, Navy. Warns The VA
3333 Randall St and Air, Force qualification requirements
Furn. bedrm., 3la years of college trainingat purpose pf the change Is '
Mrs. Hertzman Ph. 8-9192. Arkansas Tech, Russelville, to assure equal distribution of were 10 points higher Washington (AFl.S-The July[
1 rm. furn., 1471 Murray Drive University of Oklahoma, Nor highly qualified personnel amongall than the Army, 25 deadline for starting educational

Mrs. Borom Ph. 2-1019. man, Okla., and the Universityof the Services. The new stand- Examining stations which will programs under the Veter. \
1 furn. bedrm., 2806 Oak St. Mrs Arkansas, Fayetville, Ark. ards will apply to personnel en- ass Readjustment Act is less than
for all Serv-
Cloridy Ph. 8-1415. He plans to do graduate study tering through voluntary enlistment test new personnel ,three months away.
Furn. 2 bedrm. apt., 2636 Myra St. toward a PhD upon his returnto or Induction under the Se- ices will be established July 1. This date the Veterans AdminIstratlou -.
Mrs. Cowart Ph. 7-8516. civilian life. lie has been lective Service law. S 50 reminds all veterans
Will share home with couple, 131! Meets Problem should be kept In mind. It is final.
Hamilton St. Mrs. Marcus Ph Theallr TrafficViolations This coming summer term, for
"This plan should not only serve
8-3829. imbalancesamong example, will be the last during,
2 furn. rms., 1447 Avondale Ave, to adjust present which most veterans will be per-
Mrs. Lee Schultz, Ph. 2-5930. Guide the military departments, mitted to enter or re-enter train
but should lead to an important
Furn. rm. for two, 3323 Randall
advance towards trie more effec- Listed below are the traffic violations [ ing.A
Ph. 2-7850.
St. Mrs. Buxton MAINSIDE veteran must actually bein
of aboard this station
manpower committed
2 bedrm. home unfurn. 3050 West '
Thursday May 17'The training by the deadline
5th St. Ralph Danson, .Ph. 2 Painted Hills" _____.,.Lassie throughout" the military C. establish-Marshall for the period May 4 to May he wants to continue afterward-
ment Gen. George
4132. Friday, May 18 VA will consider him in train
said in
Furn. rm., call Orange Park 8- "M" __.___ David Wayne Secretary the of Defense an- Improper Parking: V. C. Boyle, ing, even though he has temporarily .
3244, after 6:30: P. M. Mrs.. Saturday May 19 nouncing Standard new policy.Same AEM1.Multiple. interrupted his course for

Ketchum. "Operation Pacific", John Wayne the minimum Offenses' : T. S. Pen- summer vacation or for other rea-
Under plan
2 bedrm. brick house In Deland,, Sunday, May 20 standards new for acceptancewill nell, ATI: J. L. Schwarzman, F. sons beyond his control (such as
Fla. 14 miles north of Sanford. "The Great Caruso", Mario Lanza physical be the same for all Services, Phillips Jr., pNA2: L. E. Faus- re-entry into military service).
Contact Mrs.: Sherwood Bldg.. Monday, May! 21 mental groupings based on tyn, SN; Lt. R. Wells. Colleges and universities will grant
162, Ext. 8114, or 3530 St. Johns "The Prince Who Was A and testa will be so ar- Failed to Stop for Stop Sign:: military leaves of absence to students
Ave. Thief" _____..Tony Curtis A. R. Smith AE1.Miscellaneous called to active duty with
3 bedrm. house unfurn. $70 per Tues. & Wed., !May 2223"Go AIDS the Armed Forces.
VA 600,000DISABLED Offences: T/S F.
mo. M. R. Card, Orange Park For Broke" _. Van Johnson The VA warns, however, that
J. Cassidy, S. F. Blair, SN; J. A,
8-2041, NATTCenter VETS once a veteran completes or discontinues
Furn. 5 rm. unit, 4449 WoodmereSt. Thursday, May 17'Man Criddle SA: Pfc. B. B. Aubrey. a course of training
Mrs. Pharis, Ph. 8-9932. From Planet X"Robert Washington (AFPS) Voca- 5.0 after the cut'-off date, he may not

3 bedrm. home 6252 Firestone Rd. ._._______ Clark tional rehabilitation, through Public I start another.
18 Law 16, passed March 24, 1943, MotoristsContinued
W. E. Sheppard. Friday, May Also the veteran must meet
Wanted-Coupe to share home "Operation Pacific", John Wayne has aided nearly 600,000 disabled these requirements:
with widow 5002 Colonial Ave Saturday, May 19 veterans of World War IL ( from Page 1) lie will be expected to pursue -

Mrs. Welton, Ph. 2-0290. "M" ___m'__David Wayne The law, complementary to the cess roads to the Carnival, be- hit training "oontinuouMy
Furn. rm., 3816 Walsh St. Mrs Sunday, !May 20'Heart Veterans Readjustment Act en- tween Yorktown and Albe-. until completed except for conditions -
Brown Ph. 2-0129. of the ables handicapped veterans to marle. which normally would

9 rm. house furn, $65 per mo., 252 I ____ Rockies"Roy Rogers train: In schools, on jobs and on All motorists are asked to co- cause Interruption by any stu
Levis Ave. R. L. Gregory Ph, Mon. & Tues., May 21-22 farms. operate in following the direc- dent."
2-0144. "The Great Caruso", Mario Lanza The peak of the program, ac- tions of the traffic directors He may change his educational
Single rm., 3670 Oak St. J. E. Mc. Wednesday May 23 cording to the V-A was reachedIn who will be posted all along objective "only while In training:
Conte Ph. 2-1497. or Ext. 8270,. "The Prince Who Was AThief" 1948 when 230,000 disabled ex- the traffic pattern. and then for reasons satisfactoryto
4 rm. apt., 2331 Broadway St. Mr __........_.Tony Curtis Servicemen were in training. the Administrator.
Adams, Ph. 7-9702. The July 25 cut-off date appliesto .
FOR SALE all World War II veterans dis -
AFPS charged before July 25, 1947. Vet-
3 furn. cash. Stew-
rm. house $685
erans discharged after the 7947
art Conner, Davis Trailer Park, JAN!, NAVS YOU Hstay TUB LATlfTI ON, 1RMA1 5451 0 ,CAUSE!' l (j date have four years from the
or shop 3357, O&R Ext. 723. WB STATUS OF LIBERTY HAft fir'" !/GNeTJ IM/OaIOLEI dOUONr/r/ date' of discharge in which to begin -
Equity in 2 b drm. bung. Mrs. EBN COLPf --:,.. r sNOw.v training. Most veterans :n

Norton, Ph. 2-2547. both i groups, however must finish
3 bedrm. brick home, $12,500, 4728 training by July 25, 1956, wind-up
Ramona Blvd. Mrs. Marchus, date of the program.An .
Ph. 8-3829. exception has been made for
'47, 21ft. house trailer. Ralph Col- those who enlisted or re-enlisted
lins, AO2 Bldg. 621 or lot 27,, under the Armed Forces Volun-
Azalea Trailer Park. tary Recruitment Act (between
2 bedrm. home, furn. Pay owner'j October 6, 1945, and October 5,
equity and assume payments, 1946)). These veterans have four
$43.50 per mo. Sat. and Sun. years from the end of their enlistment
Cora Owens Ph. 28654.MISCELLANEOUS. or re-enlistment period In

which to start training and bins

Baby Sitter Carol Dodson, 1211-E BUGS BUNNY AFPS years from that time to complete ...
Hancock, NAS Ext. 556. ...9UT ITN! WONOiR! WHAT rA MON ARG GAZMI' WHAT A pAFry I I
Wanted Riders from vicinity E f4r1 CA.RRYW', ON MV LATifT IDGA! WHO
7th and Main via College to -,/ f in.vif Tie, INVlNTION..a ws.rr ;11411 bOU HAPPY HONEYMOON
NAS. Hrs. 0800-1630. Ph. 4669J &% A Li/W LOAD O' RGFRIOGRATGO 6LIITCA4i! CLOTHt 1 ROZiNj A / Lw Angeles Calif. (AFPS)-A.

I or 8114. C. T. Hundley. 14 TwGRif a uNrr A Fwswr \ grandmother 64, her daughter, 3i,
Baby Sitter Mrs. Hanley day or ; v' :. and granddaughter 16. went on
evenings. Ph. 8104. honeymoons after a triple wed
, Ride wanted. Five Points to NAS. ding ceremony. The grandmother '
i Hrs. 0730-1610. Mrs. Reed Ext. Mrs. May Forgy, married Jes ..
8220. ale H. Taylor 70; the daughter,
:ti Ride Wanted, 16th and Main to Mrs. Merle Thomas, wed Spencer
:.. NAS. Hrs,, 0730-1600, Ext. 204, Ramsdell, 29; and granddaughter,
t Mrs. Brown. Darlene Kelly, married Ralph Lester

3 riders wanted from Lake Shore,, 17.
Westconnett or 104th St. Vera ,,- ,
Bennage, Ph. 2-4359. CAPTAIN EASY a Hy Leslie Turner -
Wanted Riders, Post and King to
1530. F. R. Kaufman, Ph. 321. fOZ Ml Baby Sitter Mrs. Herring 627 Edison THE BEACH WITH THIS CAMERA MOUNTED ON JEEP\, WHEELBARROW I: FROM' FIFTEEN NAD 5UMPTNN' ''
! Eiders wanted from Jax Beach d ,
Hrs. 0800 to 1630 Mr. Fudge,, SILL.,..
, Ext. 532.THAT'S .
r:. .


. Cleveland, Ohio (AKI'S)-Aft-

.. er a 19-block chase in which he N
hit 60 miles an hour on his mo-
torcycle and blasted his siren all
the way. Patrolman Robert Bar-
ens' caught up with a woman driver -
on Chester Aver

Her explanation WM classic::

"My gosh officer, I was trying to
yet out of your way"



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May 17, 1951
Page Twelve JAX AIR .

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BULLETINItems Graduating AN (P) School Class .Sets ,},"

( offering for sale art- Scholastic Record At NATTCenterANP ';"t t"f"

des of property such as washing

machines automobiles furniture,, )
radios, clothing and the like Is ) School Class 3-C, assigned to the AE Class (Class plaints as long as men continueto ,,'

prohibited by Defense Department which was graduated last Fri- "A") School, right here in establish the sort of record :- ...

regulations. This column will,, day afternoon at NATTCenter, Jacksonville for further train- such as 3-C has done.

however, list such services as has set a fast scholastic and ing before, assignment. to duty. As a result of the fine per- jj j--
available housing, rides wanted,, military pace for succeeding
formance of Class 3-C, a new >
articles and other Competition was unusuallystiff
lost and found classes to follow. '
for :
similar notices). Honor company in the mili- in Class 3-C. Out of a classof policy regarding liberty .
204 36 men made the schol the "honor company" has been
FOR RENT of their training for
tary phase astic average of 9000. This established. One extra night's
2 bedrm. furn. apt. Mrs. Cowart, five straight weeks 30, the Marines tlass: made the task of the Selection liberty is being awarded to the
Ph. 2-3707. of 204including and Assignment Division of "honor company" during the f

3 bedrm. brick house ttnfurn, 3553 and 15 WAVES scholastic, made the high-of the Airman School doubly difficult week following that in which

Boone Park Ave. Mrs. Connell, est any class class since the average 1948 Airman but there are no com__ they haveachievedthat honor.
Ph. 8-2811.

Wanted couple to share house in Class School.3-C made an averageof Mental And Physical ExaminationsTo O TO TAKE CHARGE OP THIS POST ANO. J
Manor. Mrs. ,
83.70; Class 38-48 made an All GOVERNMENT PROPERTY IN VIEW.
Ph. 2-0106. average of 83.83 in 1948 'at
4 and 6 rm. unfurn. apts., 627 Ed- NATTCenter, Memphis, Tenn. Be Standardized By ServicesWashington

ison Ave. Mrs. Herring, Ph. 4- -

3248. Honor man Leonard B. Par- (AFPS) Mental ranged that each Service gets an Deadline Near
Turn rm., 4638 Wheeler St. Mrs. ker, HSAA, of North Little and physical standards of ac-
for service: in any of the I equal share of those who pass the
Long. Rock, Ark., made the highest ceptance
Suite of rms. and use of kitchen. scholastic average ever made in Armed Forces will be revised to tests with highest scores. For Schooling

Mrs. Black, Ph. 2-9946. Airman School, with 94.89. conform to present standards employed The new policy becomes effec-

Unfurn. 5 rm house, 5947 Lennox Parker came to Airman by .the Army" the Defense,. tive May 1. Previously, Navy Warns The VA
Ave. Mrs. Daniels, Ph. 2-9811. School with a background of L epanmeni recenuy announced.The and Air Force qualification requirements -
Furn. bedrm., 3338 Randall St pf the change is
trainingat purpose
of college
Mrs. Hertzman Ph. 8-9192. 3years Arkansas Tech. Russelville, to assure equal distribution of were 10 points higher Washington' (AFl'S)-The July .-

1 rm. furn., 1471 Murray Drive, University of Oklahoma, Nor- highly qualified personnel amongall than the Army.Examining 23 deadline for under starting the educa Veter*.

:Mrs. Borom, Ph. 21019. man, Okla, and the Universityof the Services. The new standards stations which will tonal programs Act is less thai \
1 furn. bedrm., 2806 Oak St. Mrs.. Arkansas, Fayetville, Ark. will apply to personnel en- for all Serv- ans Readjustment
test new 'personnel months
three away.
Cloridy, Ph. 8-1415. He plans to do graduate study tering through voluntary enlist-
Furn. bedrm. apt., 2636.Myra St toward a PhD upon his returnto ment, or induction under the Se- ices will be established July 1.TrciIfIC This date, the Veterans Admin,
Mrs. Cowart, Ph. 7-8516. civilian life He has been lective Service law. I itration reminds all veterans,
Will share home with couple, 1311 Meets Problem hould be kept in mind.. It is final.

Hamilton St. Mrs.: Marcus, Ph TheatlreGuide only 'his coming summer term, for
8-3829. "This plan should not serve xample, will be the last during

2 furn. rms., 1447 Avondale Ave. to adjust present imbalances Violations which most veterans will be per-
Mrs. Lee Schultz, Ph. 2-5930. among the military departments, litted to enter or re-enter trains
but should lead to an important
Furn. rm. for two, 3323 Randall the effec- the traffic violations ig.
advance towards more Listed below are
must b*'
A veteran actually
St. Mrs. Buxton, Ph. 2-7850. MAINSIDE
tive utilization of manpower committed aboard this sta- r
2 bedrm. home unfurn., 3050 West 17 In training by the deadline, It
Thursday, May
establish- 4 to May
the military May
throughout tion for the period afterward .
he wants to continue "
Danson Ph. 2- HillsLassie
5th St. Ralph "The Painted Gen. C. Marshall,
ment, George 10.
VA will consider him in train-
Furn.4132.rm., call Orange Park 8- Friday_, May._ David Wayne Secretary of Defense, said in an- Improper Parking: V C Boyle, ig, even though he has tempor-

3244, after 6:30 P. lMrs.. Saturday, May 19 nouncing Standards the new policy.Same A.EM1.Multiple. ,. arUy interrupted his course for
,. Ketchum. "Operation Pacific", John Wayne Offenses: T. S. Pen- summer vacation or for other rea-
Under the new plan,
2 bedrm. brick house in Deland,, Sunday, May 20'The standards for acceptancewill nell, AT1; J. L. Schwarzman F. sons beyond his control (such as
Fla. 14 miles north of Sanford. Great Caruso", Mario LanzaMonday physical for all Services, Phillips Jr., PNA2; L. E. Faus- e-entry into military service),
be same
Contact Mrs. Sherwood, Bldg. May 21 and mental groupings based on tyn, SN; Lt. R. Wells. Colleges and universities will grant
162, Ext. 8114, or 3530 St. Johns "The Prince Who Was A qualification tests will be so ar- Failed to Stop for Stop Sign: illltary leaves of absence to stu-
called to active duty with
Ave. \. R. Smith, AEI.Mlsce'llaneous .
3 bedrm. house unfurn. $70 per Tues. & Wed., May 22-23 VA AIDS 600,000DISABLED Offenses: T/S F.'J. the Armed Forces.
___ .Van Johnson The VA warns, however, that
mo. M. R. Card, Orange Park "Go For NATTCenter VETS Cassidy, S. F. Blair, SN; J. A. once, a veteran completes or dis
8-2041, Griddle, SA; Pfc. B. B. Aubrey,
Furn. 5 rm. unit, 4449 Woodmere Thursday, May 17 Vocational ontinues a course of training
St. Mrs. Pharis, Ph. 8-9932. "Man From Planet X" Washington (AFPS) Pub-- fter the cut-off date, he may not

3 bedrm. home 6252 Firestone Rd.,. ___Robert Clark rehabilitation through tart another.
W. E. Sheppard. Friday, May 18 lic Law 16, passed March 24, 1943, MotoristsContinued Also, the veteran must meet
Pacific", John Wayne has aided nearly 600,000 disabled hese requirements:
Wanted-Coupe to share home "Operation 1)
with widow, 5002 Colonial Ave. Saturday, May 19David veterans of World War II. ( from Page lie will be expected to pur-

Mrs. Welton Ph. 2-0290. 'M" ____._.__.....___ Wayne The law, complementary to the cess roads to the Carnival be- bus his training "continuously
20 Veterans Readjustment Act, en- and Albe- until completed, except for conditions -
Furn. rm., "3816 Walsh St. Mrs. Sunday, May to tween Yorktown .
Brown, Ph. 2-0129 "Heart of the Rockies" ables handicapped veterans marle. which normally would

ft rm. house furn, $65 per mo., 253 __._..__._-- .Roy Rogers train in schools, on jobs, and on All motorists are asked to cooperate cause" interruption by any stu
Lovis Ave. R. L. Gregory, Ph, Mon. & Tues., May 21-22 farms. in following the direc- dent.
2-0144. "The Great Caruso", Mario Lanza The peak of the program, ac- tions of the traffic directors He may change his educational

Single rm., 3670 Oak St. J. E. Mc. Wednesday, May 23"The cording to the V-A, was reachedin who will be posted all along objective "only while in training
Was A 1918, when 230,000 disabled ex- and then for reasons satisfactory
Prince Who
Conte, Ph. 2-1497, or Ext. 8270, the traffic pattern. "
4 rm. apt., 2381 Broadway St. Mr,, Thief" _.._._Tony Curtis Servicemen were in training. to the Administrator.=
The July 23, cut-off date appliesto
Adams Ph. 7-9702.
all World War II veterans discharged '

FOR SALE AfPS before July 25, 1947. Veterans -
3 rm. turn house, $685 cash. Stew. MY discharged after the 1947 -I'
art Conner, Davis Trailer Park, l I date have four from the
or shop 3357, O&R, Ext. 723. mi STATUS of t/aeary iJL'r r ITi/ MOl j //MIJlip6El, e0ONTTle. date of discharge In which to begin -
Equity in 2 bedrm. bung. Mrs IESN .. >t sNOw.D training. Most veterans :n

Norton, Ph. 2-2547.: ) both groups, however, must finish

3 bedrm. brick home. $12,500, 4728 Wovrs ; Yrdw e... training by July 25, 1956, wind-up
Ramona Blvd. Mrs. Marchus, date of the program.
Ph. 8-3829. An exception has been made for

47, 21-ft. house trailer. Ralph Col- those who enlisted or re-enlisted
lins, A02, Bldg. 621, or lot 27, 4 under the Armed Forces Volun-
Azalea Trailer Park. tary Recruitment Act (between

2 bedrm. home furn. Pay owner's October 6, 1945, and October 5,

equity and assume payments, 1946). These veterans have four
$43.50 per mo. Sat. and Sun. years from the end of their enlistment
J Cora Owens Ph. 2-8654. or re-enlistment period in

,. MISCELLANEOUSBaby which to start training, and nine
AFPSL years from that time to completesuch
Sitter, Carol Dodson, 1211-B BUGS BUNNY training. -
Hancock, NAS Ext. 556. ...BUT 1T'5 WONDSRFUI.rfH .
WHAT VA 5OJ AR5 GAZN' /P 'O 1J 1K' j
Riders from vicinity E. AW.ATl1T IPSA! WHO
Wanted 1 T1 CACSTh' ON I
and Main via College
= ljQA.9 O' RG RBlRATiD '-
? H MANBCAPTAIN A Angeles, (
NAS. Hrs. 0800-1630. Ph. 4669.7 iA6UTCASE: I
, I TWBPRBBZIN !0 A VdNT grandmother, 64, her daughter, 31,
8114. C. T. Hundley.
4 UNIT Q,1, NOR... 16, went on
1 : and granddaughter
t Baby Sitter, Mrs. Hanley, day or t
after a triple wed-
evenings. Ph. 8104. honeymoons -
Ride wanted. Five Points to NAS. ding ceremony. The grandmother .
Hrs. 0730-1610. Mrs. Reed, Ext. 'Mrs. May Forgy, married Jessie
l' 8220. II Taylor, 70, the daughter,
Mrs. Merle Thomas, wed Spencer
i Ride Wanted, 16th and Main to
;. NAS. Hrs, 0730-1600, Ext. 204, Ramsdell[ 29; and granddaughter, .
Mrs. Brown. Darlene Kelly, married Ralph Lea

't' 3 riders wanted from Lake Shore, r V / ter, 17.

Westconnett or 101th St. Vera
( By Leslie Turner _
I Bennage, Ph. 2-4359. EASY I
: Wanted Riders Post and King to 6EEIM1 WOT THAT CAMERA WOULD PICK UP'>
/ MB
Ph. .-324 \ -
: Riders wanted from Jax Beach. IDEA IN YOUR HEAD! ffl EQUIPMENT,
#;, Hrs. 0800 to 1630, Mr. Fudge, fIR
Ext. 532.THAT'S .

r ..
Cleveland, Ohio (AIM'S)-Aft Vf)

er a 19-block chase in which he : I II
ti hit 60 miles an hour on his mo-, I

torcycle and blasted his siren all .1

h the way, Patrolman Robert Dart -
'; ens caught vp with a woman driver -
on Chester Ave.

l Her explanation was classic:
t; ,
4 Vr.'frr.. .,
',' "My gosh, officer, I was trying to 4 .

,' let out of your way." I

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