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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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May 31, 1951


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

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When-behind the HlJ 5 Friday showers- and Afternoon warm.

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Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wine 11
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Enlisted Men New Weekend

'. Eligible For Warrior Unit

Cadet CourseEnlisted To Be Formed .

personnel on ac- Jacksonville's Naval Air

tive duty who meet the re- w / Reserve Training Unit, locat-

quirements may apply for ed here at NAS, will commission -

flight training under the na- a new "Weekend War-

-" val aviation cadet program. rior" patrol squadron in cere- 1

Eligible are personnel on monies Saturday. The new

active duty in the Navy, squadron will bear the des-

Marine Corps, and Reserve' ignation of VP742. -_ :
components and members of t Without a patrol squadron fpr

the U. S. Naval Reserve, or the first time since NARTU was

Marine Corps Reserve.To formed in 1946, the local Reserve

qualify for the naval aviation unit received authorization to(
cadet program an applicant form the new group -when VP-
must be a native-born male
.... citizen of the United States or I 741 was called to'active military
naturalized for a period of at BUSY DAY AT NARTU-Today's youngsters are sold on the Navy! More than 30 young Jaxons service recently. VP-741 is pres-
least ten years. He must have applied last Sunday for NARTU's eight week Airman Recruit Training Course which begins ently attached to Fleet Air Wing
satisfactorily completed a mini June 20. Shown surrounding Chief George Frye and Jack Piva, ADI, are, left to right, applicants 11 here at NAS Jacksonville.All .
mum of two full years (60 semester Doug Speed, Gerald Gunter, Paul Poulos, Ed Loos, Herb Kinard, Vance Goode, F. G. Ganey, Oliver VolunteersThe
hours op 90 quarter hours) Robert, Maido Thomas, Earl Traugott, Earl Cox and Sammy Griffis. (See story page 8).
of passing work at an accredited new squadron will be
high school or university. First At NAS composed of men who have beenon

Individuals who have graduated Dog Owners NARTU's volunteer list and
from an accredited high schoolor of newly recruited personnel. All
secondary school are eligibleto 45 To Get Certificates pilots' will be veterans of World
apply, provided they have successfully Are WarnedPersonnel War II, while many of the enlisted
completed the USAFI men will be receiving their
college level general education aboard the base are first military training as memo
development tests.Applicants being cautioned once more, re- bers of the Organized Naval Air
must have reached For Apprentice CourseThe garding the privilege of main- Reserve.
their 18th birthday but must taining household pets. Manyof Commanding officer of VP-742
not have passed their 27th the household pets, including
will be Lcdr. Goodwyn R. Taylor
birthday. They must also sign first group of civilians to complete a four-year ap- young puppies under six monthsold of Jacksonville. Lcdr. Taylor
, a contract agreeing to remain prentive training program at the Naval Air Station, will receive are not innoculated against is one of NARTU's membersof
I'' on active duty for four years certificates and promotion to journeymen mechanics, rabies infection. long standing, having been
from the date of first reportingto in graduation exercises to be held at 1800 Friday in Main- Because of the extreme seri- the commanding officer of VP-
active duty in the grade of I ousness of rabies infection in Fasron-745.
naval aviation cadet unless ft.1 Blue; ..nuuuuuuiu.Of A ll4lrtVlllTV*. humans, a person bitten by any Fresh Talent
I sooner released by the Depart- the 45 apprentices completing
animal must follow certain pro-
Mobile Unit located
Training The command of the patrol
ment of Navy.Individuals the 10 per cent are be
course cedures. The victim will examined
aboard the station.
Fasron will be assumed by Lcdr
must also be unmarried averaging gradesof
honor students by a medical officer as
the of E. Cearnal also of Jack
Although average age LeRoy ,
and to remain As
agree un- 90 or better for a full year. soon as possible and the Station
the graduates is 30, twentynineof sonville.
married until commissioned. The been given spe-
such they Police will be notified immediately
(Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 5) cial training opportunities in servo the group will receive high to apprehend and impoundthe Pilots of VP-742 will now take
ice sections such as personnel, school diplomas between under the cooperative Du- animal in a locked cage fora over the flight operations of the
planning, engineering and pro- agreement minimum of 11 days in all PV-2 Ventura patrol bombers
val County Board of Public Instruction -
that have limited since
offices. seen use
About duction cases.
$35,000Realized and the Naval Air Sta-
Included 82 the transfer of VP-741.
The original group tion. These will be presented by Should the animal show any
From apprentices, selected by open writ T. A. Dietsch, director of voca- evidence of rabies Infection or I The commissioning ceremony
examination, who will take place at the NARTU
ten competitive
tional Duval County. other sickness the police Mill no-
Carnival started work in April, 1947. The education tify the medical officer at once., Hangar 113 at 1330 Saturday.
Navy training has been conducted by be> Scheduled to be on hand will be
About 80 per cent of the groupare The animal will releasedto
and artisans of NARTU officials and all officer: ,
Preliminary reports indi- shop supervisors veterans, although the apprenticeship its owner on the 12th day
and and the and men assigned to the new
cate that approximately $35- the Overhaul Repair training is not re following the biting, providingit to date.It .
the squadron
000 was realized from the Navy Public Works Departments stricted. During the four years' shows no signs of sickness.In .
Charity Carnival held May station. training, about half the original event of escape of an anitnal is expected that many ot
1319. number dropped out, some being after it has bitten a human the new Airmen Recruits who attend
Final tabulation has not as Study courses In mathematics, called back to active service prior to expiration periodof the eight week Airman Recruit .
yet been completed, and the applied science, English, U. S. his- The principal speaker Friday observation, the Station Security Training Course that is t<>
final amount will be announced tory, trade theory, engineering night will be William S. Johnson, Officer and Senior Medical
June 20th, will be billeted
similar are begin on
drawing courses
later. executive vice-president of theJacksonville Officer will be notified at
Various approved charitable required, and are directed by the Chamber of Com- once, and plans made to publicize in VP-742 upon comple-
,. organizations in the Jackson training staff of the Industrial Relations (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 5) the animal's escape. tion of their "Air Boot" training.:
ville area are in line to get a Department.
in share of the final pro- familiarization In addition special of naval classes aircraftare Cost Of Materials Has Gone Up

conducted by the Navy Air

I NAT CHIEF ADM. JOHNSON I Replacement 'Figures' 'In New Clothing Costs I

TOURS NAT T CENTER AREA Although the change in clothing priceshas Attention is invited to the fact that the -
been in effect since March, attention is allowance for the full bag (which now includes
Rear Adm. William D. John- being re-focused on the whys and where 2 additional drawers and undershirtsand
son, chief of Naval Air Technical fores of the increase in prices.It 1 additional pair of shoes) has been increased
Training accompaniedby is emphasized that increased prices from $115.35 to $245.75. Monthly basic
have been due to a drastic increase to the clothing allowances from $4.20 to $7.20.
Capt. Douglas T, Day, NAS Navy inf the costs of wool, cotton and leather For those men receiving the special initial
commanding officer and officials goods and to a new Department of Defense clothing allowance, monthly basic and stand
," of the Jacksonville pricing policy which requires that prices' be ard maintenance allowances have been increased -
Chamber of Commerce, con based on replacement costs. from $6 and $6.60 to $7.20 and $8.40
New Pricing Policy respectively.
ducted his first tour of NATT- This new policy results in more rapid decreases Can Be Reduced
Center last Thursday. during a period of rising costs but These allowances are designed to provideat
Admiral Johnson, whose head also brings more rapid decrease during a government expense all replacement,
is in Memphis tt cost decline and promises sounder financingof clothing required by enlisted men of the
... quarters was con-
Navy. Previously maintenance allowances
clothing operations.The
ducted on a tour of the entire
of wool melton commenced 6 months after entitlement to
training center by Capt. Lester cost to the Navy
... K. Rice NATTC commanding officer used in dress jumpers has risen from $3.22to the initial clothing outfit, whereas now they
The inspecting group wit- $8.10 a yard; kersey used in the peacoat commence immediately.
nessed students under instruc- from $5.45 to $13.62 a yard; cotton sheeting Efforts are continuing to develop cloth-
tions in the classrooms and shopsof used in mattress covers from 22 cents to 43 ing and small stores articles of equal or bet
the Airman Preparatory cents a yard and other costs proportionately ter quality made of less expensive materials.:
School, the Aviation Ordnance : The former prices partially reflect the As such articles are approved for use, prices
the last will be reduced accordingly.
School Aviation Electricity cost of materials procured during
and which exhautsed The pricing policy insures that as
Aviation war are now virtually new
School, and the Supply
while the latter prices reflect actual costsin soon as the Navy can obtain materials at less
SchooLThe tour terminated at the In. I------m. u I today's market. costs, the price of clothing will be reduced.! s

,' (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 5.) Rear Adm. Johnson

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J.- ; .1Jt'r..d .' ,"" NavCad Educational Requirements _

Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air

Station, Jacksonville. Fla.NAS, Jacksonville To Launch Executive Training For CiviliansBy

Cant. Douglas T. Day Commanding OffIcer Armed Forces Press Service PRESIDENT TRUMAN recently signed a '

Comdr. Porter F. Bedel1 .Executive OfficerLt. TUG NAVY has changed educational requirements law authorizing the Veterans Administration to J-
Information Officer
Lorenzo W. Baldwin Public and suspended a discharge option relat- pay burial benefits for potentially a third of a

Fleet Air Jacksonville I ing to requirements for application as Naval million Filipino veterans who served with U. S. : .
Rear Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery Commander Aviation Cadet by enlisted personnel on active Forces in World War II. Public Law 21, 81st

Capt Allen Smith Chief of Staff Navy, Marine Corps, and Reserve Componentduty. Congress, permits reimbursement of families

Fleet Air Wing Eleven for burial expenses of deceased veterans with

Capt. Jesse S. McClure ........- ___ -.- Commander The directive now requires that applicantswho the required length of service, up to 150 pesos,
Comdr. Joseph R Tibbets _____... ....- -__ Chief Staff Officer have graduated from an accredited high roughly $75 in U. S.. money.
Naval Air Technical Training Center school or secondary school must also success- .. .

Capt. Lester K. Rice _._..._____----:. Commanding Officer fully complete the U. S. Armed Forces Insti- 1 700- ... "
Comdr. John A. Gamon, Jr. _'_.-_____ Executive Officer tute college level General Educational Devel- AIR FORCE strength as April was to tes-
000 personnel, and 81 wings, according
Naval Hospital opment Test. Formerly, the USAFI test was
Commanding Officer timony of Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Hoyt
J. Wharton not
Capt. Dwight required.
S. Vandenberg before a House Appropriations
E. Stahr F.=ecutive Officer .
Capt. Guy .
Subcommittee. This compares with 560,000 .
NARTU AN ELECTRONIC, computing I gunsight, "
and 58 last December. The
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp Commanding Officer about which little has been heard, is one of personnel wings
Air Force is driving toward a goal of 95 wings,
Executive Officer V
D Ruch to the
Comdr. Laurence
the new weapons contributing largely
with 87 projected for accomplishment by I
Force in Korea. It
success of Air operations
123 and 125 Main Administration 30 1951.
Editorial Offices in Rooms computes for gunnery, rocket firing, and bomb- ,
building. Phone extension 8184. *
ing. The new Instrument, developed by the
Editor-Andrew H. Planey Air Materiel Command is used largely in the TilE ARMY has announced plans for the
Staff Members: John L. Almond; Barbara Rickman, SN; F84E Thunderjets of the 27th FighterEscortWing. immediate reactivation of Camp Irwin, Bar-

Gerald Hynes, SN. refer to the combination of stow, Calif., as a firing area for antiaircraft
at the U. S. Naval Air Station Reports
The JAIl AIR NEWS U published weekly
Jacksonville Florida, and printed commercially with non-appropriated fund gunsight, airplane and Fighter Wing as a artillery and tanks. An initial complement of
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35. Rev. "threesome unmatched." 1,500 troops will be stationed there, and In-
AFPS material appealing In this publication may not be reprinted without creased later. Camp Barstow was used for
the written permission I of Armed Forces Press Service.I Republication of other
matter, except by' service publications, Is prohibited without permission orKdltor. DANIEL KRAMER EDWARDS, former training antiaircraft artillery units during .
JAX AIR NEWS mayor of Durham, N. C., was sworn in recently World War II. a
Nov. 1945.: Copies are distributed tree of charge at the Naval Air Station, the of Defense. lie *
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit. Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Cecil Field and as Secretary
The JAX AIR NEWS 1. a member ot the Armed Forces Fress Service was nominated by President Truman in Aprilto TilE NAVY'S Underwater Sound Reference
the U. S. Naval Hospital. succeed Marx Leva, who resigned. Mr. Laboratory Is moving Into new' permanent

Kramer, an Army Reserve lieutenant colonel, quarters on Lake Gem Mary, near Orlando, Fla..
served in the Pacific Area in World War IL It is now in temporary quarters across the lake
From Here and There from the new site. The underwater sound research
THE NAVY has launched a nation-wide pro- program was started in 1942 for de-

gram to develop executive ability among civil- velopment of submarine techniques.
ian employees. Administrative training will *
Short Service Sketches be made available to outstanding employees in
Naval installations. NAVY CIVIL ENGINEERS are completingthe
largest water tunnel in the Pacific Islands "

MILITARY AIR CHIEFS of the U. S., Canada to assure an adequate water supply for Pearl .. t
From the BAYONET, of Fort JACKET. The first concrete move Great Britain, and France, recently helda Harbor and nearby Honolulu. The tunnel is at
Benning, Ga., comes word that to start the project is going to conference in Washington to discuss prob- Wajawa Gulch, a hilly area in the central partof '

the famed 508th Airborne Infan be underway around June 15th lems related to joint air operations.WincjTafk the island of Oahu.
try Regiment of World War 13 and should be completed around .
has been re-activated. The 508th September of 1952, however as James M. Starkie, AFAN, received -
operated throughout Europe during the units are completed enlisted 1J/eeh-End their reward"for efforts in

the war as part of 82nd Airborne men and their dependents will be the recruiting drive. They just
allowed to the dwellings. returned from an enjoyable weekend
Division for combat Jumps,, occupy
and was commanded by Maj. Gen, These first homes should be com- in New York.

Matthew Ridgeway.The pleted by the beginning of next Notes .

Cherry Point WINDSOCKtells year.

about the new $10,000OOO.OC From the NAS Alameda CAR- ?m NATT Chief

building project to get underway RIER comes word that Fallon (Continued from Page 1)
shortly. Among other Items the Field at Fallon, Nevada has been
MCAS will have a dual hangar,,, re-opened for use as a base for NARTU door Swimming Pool where dem-
capable of accommodating two gunnery, bombing and rocket onstrations of the "Dilbert Dunker" -
and the "Beast" survival
groups. training.
From the pages of the GOLDEN Wing Staff-74 Most of the meeting, Lcdr. Junius E. Dovell training devices for pilots and ... '
GATOR comes the news that NAS The remarkable story of men week-end was spent in preparing issued a memorandum on corre- crewmen, were conducted.
Oakland has been presented with who actually taught birds to fly each department for the annual spondence courses and relation to Prior to the informal inspec-

the Chief of Naval Air Training was told in THE POINTER of cruise in July. Every departmentwill their requirements for promotion, tion .and tour Admiral Johnson
Trophy by Vice Admiral John NAS, Barbers Point. be represented and each will In rank; correspondence courses and guests attended a luncheon

Dale Price, USN, Chief of Naval The unusual tale began when a have enough men to carry on their and retirement points; eligibility with Admiral Captain Johnson's Rice. visit here

Air Training, for showing the typhoon caused two infant spar- support of the other squadrons on deadlines; and correspondencecourses came at a time when the local
most outstanding progress rows to fall from a tree and they At the commanding officer's now available. This memo NATTCenter is expanding greatly -
through 1950 in air instruction. were found by J. L. Nellette, covers the subject so that any and is nearing its expected

The SENTRY at Quantico, Va., AF2, of Air Transport Squadron (Host Of Rcenlislces one can understand It. peak of 8000.
observes that the USMC Is goingto 21, who cared for the tiny birds Any officer desiring Informa- .

give thirteen generals new by making them a nest in a nega- tion on correspondence courses
posts, two of them veterans of tive drying cabinet in the photolab In GOA Unit No 11 would do well to read this memo.It PersonnelContinued ... vi

the Korean conflict.* and feeding them on warm In the three-month period ofTebruaryApril is available to any office In the -

milk, soft bread and mashed po- six of the eighteen Organized Reserve.Lt. i ( from Page 1) ,
The drift from the USS Prince-
ton's SLIPSTREAM: indicates tatoes with an occasional bit of operators assigned to G.C.A. (Jjr) Charles A. Williamsof applicant must be physically'

that the CV has just celebratedthe soft corn. Unit No. 17 at Lee Field have reenlisted the Wing Staff Supply Department qualified and aeronautically .
Capitalizing on the warm heartof for a total of thirty-four has received< orders to adapted for the actual control of
landing of her :5,000th air-
craft. Nellette and his mates, the years service. report to Corry Field, NAS l>en. aircraft.

According to the Fort Riley, birds squawked loudly and often Five of the operators shipped sacola, as Supply Officer on July Personnel can obtain more information -
for food and grew swiftly. Upon over for six years while the sixth on the NavCad pro-
Kans. GUIDON, 102 new second 1.Lt.
lieutenants were graduated from reaching the well feathered stage, reenlisted for four years. In the Duane A. Deen of the Photo gram from their respective Per-.

OCS recently.The the birds were taught to fly by past> year ten G.C.A. operatorshave Department reports that all Wing sonnel officers.. .
breeze from the USS Tarawa's their human friends. When they reenlisted for a combined total Staff personnel drilling the past

TRADEWINDS carries the would be perched upon a/finger of fifty-eight years. week-end have been issud the new To
the men would move their hand The Unit held its party at I.D. cards. Those who missed the 45 Get
message that the first jet landIng -
and down and thus Beach 18 drill Lt. Deen for I.D.
up cause the Kingsley May completewith see new
was performed aboard the
birds to flap their wings. plenty of food and recrea- cards next month. (Continued from Page 1)
fiat-top recently by Lcdr. John
Hill Soon the sparrows were flying, tion. Pleasant H. Gay. PN1, and merce. He will speak on "Jacksonville's -
commanding officer of VF- "
11. now they are grown, fly every- Possibilities. Captain

Some 155: more "Lady Leather- where including outdoors, but remain Douglas Turner Day, commanding .. .
necks" joined the ranks after friends with their benefac- officer of the station, will presentthe !"
their tors and spend much time at the certificates.
completing recruit trainingat lab. Music will be provided by the
Parris Island, S. C. recently
Florida Group, Atlantic Reserve
reports the Parris Island, BOOT.
Fleet Band and the Green Cove
Twenty-two men of the Royal
This made the tenth of
women marines to company Netherland Navy arrived at NAS, Springs Naval Station Band.
graduate from
the Norfolk to begin a refresher Following the exercises, the
training center after their 6
week flight training course in multi-en- graduating class and guests will

program.. e gine patrol aircraft, reports the enjoy a dinner and dance at the
DOPE SHEET.On t' ; Officers' Club.Receiving .
$3,500,000: worth of naval hous- hand to greet the flying ,_ ; the certificates will
ing is to be erected at the Memphis Dutchmen led by Lcdr. Jacob L. be John C. Barry,Jr., Geo. E. Bay, -

NAATC says the BLUE- Den Hollander, RNN, was Captain 4 ; Albert B.Beasley, Curtis E. Brew-,
Alvin O. Preil commanding of- ton, James E. Byrd, Charles H
ficer of NARTU, Norfolk and his Carse, Walter C. Collins, Henry T
DIVINE'SERVICES aides. Cook, Aisaiah L. Crews, Walker "
The WINDSOCK of Cherry Cutts, Robt. L. Davis, Frank D.

Point, N. C., heralded the news of Doyle, Earl G. Eckford, James C.
VMF-122 becoming the first Ma- Holms Clyde G. lIepline, Wm. A.

rine jet squadron to be both day ., Hill, Carl' C. Jernigan, Talmage
AT TilE STATION CHAPELS and night carrier qualified. Un- Johns; Sr., Lew E. Keeter, JamesT.

Protestant der the command of Lt. CoL D. E. Kinchen, Joseph F. Lendle, Alfred
H. Lewis, Wm. J. Lucas, Jr.,
Marshal the
squadron completedtheir
0930-Services. All Saints' Cha
Ernest H. Millan, Jimmie E. Mills,
in four
Sunday School) training days aboard
r.f-ed:4 Mack D. Morgan, Frederick G.
" 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. the USS Oriskany.A ".
, 1045-All Saints ChapeL grand total of $12,331 was R_ Mueller, Jack Nunnery, John R. .
realized as the net profit of the Nunnery, Booker T Patterson,
Catholic Charity Bazaar at Patuxent River Orville E. Ramsey, Tunney $. Rob-

0330-Mas-?, St. Edward's ChapeL Md. TilE TESTER, station ison, John E. Ruge, James E.
0330-St. Edwards' Chapel (Cate- paper, reported this as an increase Russeau, Pasquale V. Russe, Pet-
chism Class). of more than $5,000 over er M. Savage, Abraham Seldon,

1030-Mass, St. Edward's ChapeL last year After deducting a slush' 4 + f Kenneth E. Stephenson, ArnaldeJ.
0645-Mass at Hospital ChapeL fund for next year's activities, the ----- Strada, William J. Swanson,
Mormon money will be equitably distrib- TAKING NO CHANCES Infantrymen take cover on the John B. Tubbs, Henry W. Wells,

rt J 930 at Small Cha uted among various charity ,or- bank of a Korean river as tanks of a regimental combat team Harold L. West, Meredith M. lie*!-
Wednesday pel. ganizations. leave'the road to an enemy mine field daring Korean war action. den and Robert C. \Vllli m>(, Jr. t 4

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May 31, JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

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Man-Sized Job Ahead GraduatingInstructors
Station flppHCorrecly > ,

1 At HATTC Are Told

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Oialogle t
'. :. "You've got a man-sized Jot and technical
out. Both military
ahead of These words from
"Station Dialogue" provides an you commanding Duties were stressed In his ad-
Lester K. Rice, -
opportunity for military and civ-
officer of NATTC, touched offa dress.
ilian personnel of NAS to voice The graduating instructors were
.. address
:. their opinion on a question put set
class of cautioned that examples by
to them by a Jax Air News re- '., > : to the graduating criteria of conductfor
them served
; '. : ..., .. Instructors at NATTCenter last
porter. their students. Graduateswere
t, : instructed to give emphasisto
Today's question Is: "Put your : :., Captain Rice declared that: "I the military duties of the stu-
self In the position of salesman J:: ':,'. ,- can't over-emphasize the impor- dents as well as the technical du-
James N. Gape of Akron, Ohio. ".. < :; ,, tance of these last four weeks of
Would you move to England to specialized training that you have ties.After
Inherit an estate worth $259,000 tI Just received. This special instruction presenting the graduateswith
under condition that you must has qualified you for the their individual instructors
lire there the rest of your life i: Job of training skilled techniciansfor certificates and personally con-
and become a British subject 1 ;.< .; /it > A the Fleet. That's a man-sized gratulating each man, CaptainRice

'.'. .:. Job. I expect you to carry it in his final message said:
W "As you grow In classroom poise,
Hubert W. Jordan, SIll, Fas- ( ; Identify; These Aircraft And Win A Prize) I I Fm quite sure that you will rea-

.. ron 6: "You bet your Employees Group lize the important part you are
r Prize playing in the building of the
i life I would go Seaman Takes Jackpot "
strongest air arm In the world.
i Board of Directors
,[ quick. I like *

[ England as a Aircraft QuizPerseverance
In Toughest lobs Available
[country and also, Picks Meet DateThe
I j its people I was i and hard work paid handsome dividends for Dick

in England quite'sometime Hamilton, of NATTC last week when he garnered first place and a second Monday of each Overseas-ButYou're
( in in the biggest aircraftlaenuiicauon
I Malnslde Navy Exchange credit coupon has been
1942 and had a 9.00. ''''-A' '_,_0 .....1 month designated as the
coniesi: j> ueiu.Hamilton regular meeting date for the
i chance to see who consistently others on the staton. Board of Directors of the Em- WarnedThe
--- of the
missed winning several previous Association it
ployees was an-
that all
cities. 6. In order to insure
Jordan principal had no
close margins,
contests by nounced last week.
'" The Climate is nice and the people competitor from Naval personnelIn units have an equal chance to par Persons responsible for initiat- first in what U expected
attached to a to be a mounting list of civil serv-
friendly. I have ticipate no personnel
are very week.
his win last ing requests for funds from the
three children and I wouldn'tmind unit from which the previousweek's ice Job openings at overseas bases,
having them educated in There was however, one other winner has been named wil Association are asked to( keep announced recently by the Industrial -
that the top left this date in mind and to prepare
England.; I realize it would mean person who knew be eligible to compete the follow requests for funds in sufficient Relations Department,
photo was of a British Bristol 170 has roused considerable Interest
and subse
citizenship ing week, ,
giving up my and
time to permit processing
living there the rest of my life"Verdie freighter-transport, the top Mk.1 quent contests they again become forwarding to the Board prior to among station employees.At .
British Canberra -
plane was a
eligible: regular meeting dates.In present these employment
jet medium bomber the bottom ,. In the event of more than opportunities are available in Hawaii -
B. Creel, Operations this requests for funds
of a British Solent( way
employee: left picture was one winner a series of tie-breaker can be considered and processedwith Japan, Guam and the Marl
nr-- would think flying boat transport, and the re- questions concerning aircraft recognition minimum of delay and anas Islands. Most of them, call
would remaining view was of the Canad- will be asked to determine will enable persons initiatingsuch for qualified workers in the industrial -

a nice place ian CF-100 Canuck all-weather who shall be awarded the -credIt requests sufficient time to trades, and range from

.... live. There fighter.The coupon. complete plan s f their events. hourly wages of $1.54 for ord-
a lot of second exceptionally well 8. The award given winners oi ors nancemen to a high of $2.11 for

3 and Informed contestant was Frank the contest shall consist of a $3.0C( Every employee by virtue of lithographic pressmen.

I want Arrendale, a civilian employee at credit coupon which will' be good employment at NAS is a mem- Professional positions are chiefly -
see on the O&R who, despite his interest and on any purchase made In Main- ber of the Employees Associationand open in engineering fields.
Isle. I obvious knowledge of aircraft rec- side Navy Exchange with the ex is entitled to benefits from Draftsmen of all types are listed
be per- ognition, had to be disqualified be- ception of a situation In which nc that organization. Benefits as in GS-5 and 6 brackets. Elec-

willins to cause, as stated previously the one correctly answers the quiz, In mentioned are in the form of rec- tronic, mechanical, sanitary, car-
i v e" America aircraft contest is limited to military which case the amount of the reational and social events whichare tographic, electrical and architec-

subject personnel only. I award shall be increased proportionately within the budget of the As- tural engineers with professional
To inherit Much Research until such time as it is sociation. All requests for funds experience can qualify for rates of

$ something. I The very nature of the contest, won. The maximum amount that for such events must be approved GS-9 to12.. Administrative posi-
England but which is basically designed to can accumulate shall be $12.00. by the Head of Department tions are scarce, listed only as attorney -
I about stimulate the interest of military concerned by the Board and then adviser (GS-9)) : Employee
born in Geor- personnel in this area In alrcratt given final approval by the Ex- relations assistant (GS-9), and

good state to recognition makes the foregoingrule Civilians Should ecutive Officer.. Real Estate appraiser! (L GS-11).
take Eng- necessary. .I un uuam ana other racmc; islands -
( ." Hamilton reported that his vic- Consider RisksIn The Association is responsiblefor a 25 per cent territorial post
tory and subsequent award of the the operation of the wage differential is In effect. But
ADC, contest's biggest jackpot was by i JobsWith Cafeteria which at present is un- exemption for Income tax, formerly -

: no means an easy one and that he I Changing der operation by a concession- allowed, was voided, effective
certainly had spent many hours In research I so many Defense De- naire. Within the Board there which is January 1, 1951.w
not move Cafeteria
i and comparison of various aircraft I partment jobs opening up with a I
to I with the Manager on vari-
England before he arrived at his winning the expansion ,of the military works arise in While salary and wage Induce-
I the $250,000 answer. services the career civil serv- ous problems which may cafeteria.The II ments are bright, the Navy is issuing -
ate. My Today's contest starts again ice employee will do well to connection with is warning that the employeeon
of Directors com-
citi Board
j with a 3.00 Mainside Navy Exchange consider his risks before jump- whose these outlying bases can ex-

i ship with, to-the credit coupon and to pre- ing off to the lure of a higher posed terms of of office nine are members for two years. pect many disadvantages that can

of liv vent any misunderstanding as to : rating. Expiration of terms of office make his life far from rosy. Con-
the I stands now, the trans- vinced by experience that it is
in this great regulations governing quiz As it have been so arranged that the
means a here is a complete listing of all I fer is a thing of the past, even Board rotates just in part each wiser to present straight facts to

to me and rules that you have to observe in I within the same government ag- that is, one year four terms the applicant before he signs on
family. order to win this week's award. ency except in specifically con- year expire while the following year the dotted line, the Navy has

like all Amer- Rules Listed trolled cases. five terms expire. properly sought to do Just this in
far better ed- 1. All pictured aircraft to be This does not mean that the a frankly written booklet entitled

United States fully identified as to nationality, employee may not leave his The members on the Board include "The Naval Civil" Service Employee -

offer. No, not type, and designation. No Incom- present job to take a more lucrative three from Overhaul and on Guam.
III"I first, last and plete answers will be accepted. one with the govern- Repair, two from Public Works, According to the booklet, hous-
motto." 2. The content is open only to ment. It does mean that in so two from Supply & Fiscal and ing consists of two-story cement-
military personnel stationed in this doing, he must resign from his two from the Miscellaneous floored dormitories accommodat.'i
Ordnance- area. present position before he can Group which is composed of the ing two to a room. A few semiprivate E r'
3. No answers will be accepted be hired by the other agency, remaining departments at NAS. baths are provided, but
I imagine there prior ta 0900 Friday morning. thereby losing his competitive, Membership on the Board is attained the majority must use the community
Any contestant obviously attempting or "permanent" status. during the annual election bath on each floor. And
women over to beat the deadline will At the present time, there is each year in which every em- the hot, humid climate, requiringthe
England too, be disqualified. The contest closes no provision for reinstatementon ployee at NAS has the opportu- most open ventilation for bodily *
) I guess 1 each Monday at 1600. the competitive status, and nity of participating in the comfort, causes a further lackof

Loot is 4. Answers may be phoned In he will be carried on temporary election. privacy. *
and I would on extensions 216 or 818-1, or sub- status the same as the em-
't a k e a chance mitted in person to the Jax Air ployee with no previous experi- Traffic In fact the tropical climate re-
I'm not kid- News offices in the Main Admin- ence with the government. sults in an enervation consider-

{ I am not istration Building. The exception is made where ably reducing efficiency, the book- /,
.. n d 5. Any person who wins two the employee has a particularskill Violations let states adding that a long pe- II'
iih' thata kind contests is barred from further or experience vital to national traffic violations riod of initial adjustment to living Ii
it would be, competition In fairness to other defense. Such employeesIn Listed below committed are the aboard this and working conditions is needed.

be contented tc I personnel who might not have as certain cases may claim re- 18 to Recreational outlets are few, it
all my life and: adequate facilities to aid in locating employment rights to their for- station for the period May is said and what there are, are

subject. Green and identifying the aircraft mer positions. May 24. expensive. Clothing is of the
I as., Multiple OffenM,.: J. C: Noughton -
and I .. most casual nature, and it is rec-
mean J. MI-
Show me T. B. Martin, : ommended that a two-year's sup-
quick, if 1 'enas AC3.Involvrd ply be brought along as replace-
In Accident( : B. M. ments are limited.
- of spinach,
find some way k Fitzgerald, AOl: H. C. Haynes, Emphasis is placed on that fact

states on leave \MC.Improper. that competitive Civil Service sta-
would." 1'arklng-. R. Oak- tus is unobtainable by the recruited

.. ey, UN.I employee,.and even if you have
Air Stat Speeding I : N. D. Jacobus. such status you cannot be assured -
Miscellaneous Offenses: L. H. of reemployment on return

.' that. ques :'Imsick, 11N.Arthur > ing to the U. S., a fact which .
admittedly curbs career incentive
my answer Murray GroupTo The Navy asserts that in View cf
NO. I have these serious disadvantages, the

n flying i Perform For ClubDance applicant should look upon such

squad. employment as a "mission", accepted .
". back and demonstrations by instructors for patriotic reasons. "
to and staff members of But "if you still feel you would
the Arthur Murray Studio of like employment on Guam, you
with great Jacksonville will feature the may be assured the Navyneeds

i !r: I knowverj: _..." __ J monthly meeting of the Officers' you and wants your talent," the

well.the British CLAIMS CARNIVAL GRAND PRIZE-Oscar K. Hill, second Wives Club Wednesday, June 6. booklet closes.
Thomas All the latest dance routines, Further information on over-
experience ]i from right, is presented the keys to the Chrysler he won at the
Based ;
on my seas employment be obtained ;
including a variety of types of may
NAS command-
Carnival by Capt. Douglas T. Day,
off Navy Charity
think I much better as i
am from Mrs. Industrial
dancing, will be given by the high- Gannaway,
Lieutenant in the United State:!i log officer, right. Lt. William Hendrick, left, officer in charge of
Relation '
Navy than a millionaire in. merrj ticket sales and Capt. Julius C. Early General Chairman of the ly members.touted Arthur Murray Studio i, Department, Extensiont ,

4 old England.' Carnival committee look on.

Four JAX AIR NEWS May 31, 1951


VF-41, Fasion 9, Fasron 109 VP-5 Report

I Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons I II

\'F-.a minded of the change in the Ar- are acquiring tans as well as

A marked increase in the ticles for the Government of the muscles these days by the looksof 'I :. .
United States Navy to the new their volleyball practice every r
instrument training programof Unified Code of Military Justice. noon hour

VF-41 has resulted from The purpose of the change is to Lt. Nelson Sweet has lost his

the return of Lt. Ben Emge, give armed forces personnel, accused psychasthenia after receiving his
officer from the of punishable offenses, fair- retirement orders on 30. All the
operations er treatment and make the pro- members of Fasron 109 wish him
All-Weather Flight School at cedures more similar to that received well in any new capacity he undertakes -

Corpus Christi, Texas in civilian life. .

By adhering as closely as pos- For your own protection, it is 'I' >V r.

sible to the syllabus of the All- advisable to learn of the changes. vr-5:
Weather School, Lt. Emge and in the new system of justice. The r
his co-instructors, Lt. Carl Tanner Unified Code of Military Justice I In an area accustomed to Air

Lt. Ed Rutledge and Lt.Dick applies to Navy, Army, Marines Force discipline and uniforms,

Cogswell, are achieving the and Air Force personnel.A "

highest possible level of training complete Silex Coffee makerset "i of ..
throughout the squadron.The and other improvements to ; ,
program has -already been the first class petty officers' mess damage done to the blimp piloted

passed successfully by Lcdr. Samuel I have been added. With a surplus by Lt. Pete Culbertson,

B. Hibbard, executive officer, I fund still available and the proper : now with VF-916 here, after effecting -
Lt. (jg) Johi Sullivan, Lt. (jg) authorization already received .
Roger Babcock and Lt. (jg) Lou it is planned to elect a mess rescue of four men from

Caulkett. treasurer, who will handle the the torrid El Centro desert in

Currently enjoying a few days needed funds and assume the < California in 1945 can be seen

vacation In their "old home corresponding responsibilities of in top picture, taken after rescue
towns" are Ensign Ted West; class'
a first class-first mess. : .
--- operations success-
Murray H. Rodgers, AD3; Joseph .
Valler, SD3; Harold Flinn, ADC; Fasron 109 : fully rescuing the men, Cul

Charlie Gilliam, SDI; Richard 8 10 ) bertson prepares to land the
After spending or :years :
: '
Bosiacki, AA; William Pifer, craft top at Holtville,
here as a CPO, newly appointed damaged ,
AMAN and Alvin Wagner, AD3. Warrant Machinist Ed Carpenter .. after the mission. .
.. .. Calif
ing Joseph chief W.of Buddi the squadron, ADC, ,lead-was didn't the remain appointment.A long after. accepting .

recently notified his name has finally --
graduated to the top of the suggestion has been all the broached hot- the Navy drew plenty of atten- Blimp Does It t
suggesting that
shore duty eligibility list and tion when two pilots and nine
will soon be leaving the squadron squadron softball players be crew members of VP-5 displayedthe
formed into a softball team but To Win DFC
for duty as assigned by the P2V's wares at DonaldsonAir One Of Only Two
there are no developments.Seems
Commandant Fifth Naval Dis- as yet Force Base, in Greenville,
doesn't have.
that the outfit
trict. a hospital corpsman to take care I S. C. In LTA Recalls Desert Rescue
Chief Buddi has been leading Lt. Grover Windham and his
thief of of the I asked everything from .
the squadron since it is extended to crew were
was commissioned in September An invitation attend "What kind of cookstoves does One of only two men In the United States to earn the Distin- ...
CPO's to survival
1950. VF-41 his all squadron housewives while servingin lighter-than-air craft, is Lt.
regrets departure the plane have, by guished Flying Cross
definitely neces-
but wishes him the best of lectures information, to have to "How's about a ride?" from Pete Culbertson of Fighter Squadron 916, who garnered the citationin
luck in his future duty station. sary bit of arises.A I the small fry. Some of the kids 1945>> when he crash landed his blimp in order to save four downed
occasion .
if the
"Welcome Aboard" seemed content to just jump up men in a deseit.
Fasron 9 I hearty the fourteen AA's and down on the "MK-7" life raft sent In to rescue the
is extended to lie was ,
Even among: similar units, and AN's received from the USS that had been blown up for the men who lay-in California's El from the squadron stationed at

ron Nine has the FaS-j Hornet last week display.Air Centro Desert when every other Santa Anna,*NAS.* *

being one of the best, if not Most of the squadron yeomen Force mechanics discussed means had been tried and failed
best outfits on the Eastern sea- engine performance with the WHEN LT ,
board and is often the first re- plane captain, and ex-Navy peo- Prior to his summons, an desert piloted the craft saw the condition
AbbottTo tor had crashed into the of the terrain and the sur-
quest for duty of many personnelof Lcdr. ple came up and asked about
other activities, according to i Navy life today; most, however, and a parachutist had jumped into vivors, he ordered his crew to
try and rescue the airman, who in and to
lash themselves proceed
reports received from new men just came up and looked.
checking into our squadron. Leave VP-5's display included the was delirious from the blisteilngheat. dive the blimp into the side of a
in the Interval -
It was such that behind the
sand dune immediately
Since January 1, 1951, nine "Gibson Girl" emergency transmitter -
men in Fasron Nine have com- navigational aids, 20mm the rescuer waited, he too trapped men. It stove the cock
pleted the high school General Fasron SixLcdr. ammunition and airborne rock- fell victim to the inferno and became pit in and severely damaged the
Educational irrational. but he managed to land
Development tests ets. They discovered the average propellers
and received their certificatesand Thomas Abbott, execu- was more interested in In one piece. The crew then man-
one man has successfully tive officer of Fasron Six for the the taxpayer little things which they AFTER SEVERAL tractors had aged to reach the stricken men

passed the first year college test past two years, has been relieved themselves took for granted. made the endeavor and bogged and haul them aboard.

with a high mark. by i Lcdr. Fred E. Woodward, for- Finding all this at an Air Force down in the soft sand, 'a human Then the problem was to once

Bill J. Manley, ADI, is the "col. merly of the staff of the Naval installation, all hands were movedby bucket brigade was formed from again get the ship airborne. They
lege kid" while David Garner, Air Reserve Technical Training the true spirit of "Armed the near-by town of Holtville to dug around the damaged props.

AKAN; Walter Branche, AM3; Center at Glenvlew, Ill. Forces" Day and armed unification bring water to the suffering duo. Lt Culbertson opened the throttle I-
George Grimes, AA; James Shea, Lcdr. Abbott will report to the The hand-to-hand water carrying and flew the dirigible directlyInto
RM3; John Thomas, AKC; John NROTC unit at Auburn (Ala.) method worked to a point, but the next sand dune, bouncedit

Flaherty, AOU3; Clare Petersen, University for duty as Instructor. wail. While with this unit, Lcdr. when the pair carrying the pre- twenty feet into the air and

AMAN; Al Aiello AMC; and Before reporting to Fasron Six Abbott was flying PVls and P- cious liquid reached the originaltwo /gave it full throttle to get it fly-

James Alvey, are the men who he had graduated from the Line VY2s.A they also succumbed to the ing. y
passed the high school equiva- School Newport, R. I. graduate of Livingston State Intense heat. There were now *

lency tests. While serving with Fasron Six, Teachers College In Livingston, four men trapped in a desert ALTHOUGH MUTILATED, the

The Raiders of Fasron finally Lcdr. Abbott exerted a beneficial Ala., Lcdr. Abbott -spent several where the temperature In the ship actually slid over the next series -
broke back into the winning col- influence in squadron athleticsand years teaching and coaching at shade was recorded at 139: de- of dunes and commenced a

umn with a 14-4 victory over the Is given credit for the suc- Jasper, Ala. His duty at Auburn grees. 9-knot an hour voyage to Holt- .

Rushing Terrors in a practice cess of the powerful NAS volleyball will enable him to add an MA degree Landing a plane was impossible ville. When they alighted the

game last Wednesday. On the pre- squad. in education to the BS he re- because of the hot thermal drafts, men were rushed to the sick bay;

vious Monday, despite some ex- When he first arrived aboard, ceived from Livingston.STUDENT so a Navy blimp was dispatched the ruined props were removedand
cellent teamwork and hustle by even the squadron had no volley- SNJ propellers ,substituted.

the Raiders, they had fallen to ball competition, but after an Inauspicious SON LOOKS UP TO These sufficed until the blimp's
Gator Post, top team in the City start, the Fasron team arrival back at Santa Anna.

League. In that contest the margin climbed up to become the leading Lt. Culbertson maintains that

was a slim,.. .3-1.. .. .a."crrrvacrn"..."..f.Inn.v.. I..n. station '.tot/Hall_u_" __u FATHER OFFICER AT SCHOOL this feat and others similarly per
play, then united with top players formed by other lighter-thaniair
Fasroa Nine was presented with from other units to become the po- I pilots is the teaching of Captain

their first sports trophy since tent NAS team. "Yes, sirfather" words Phase Officer in the school Alexander McIntyre, former com-
commissioning when the Cecil
Field Welfare and Recreation Lcdr. Abbott entered the Naval that the average dad hears where his dutiful son John T. manding officer of ZP-31 who not -
service in 1941 as a naval cadet Christmas only pioneered new uses for
Department turned over to the only five days prior to Miller is a student. dirig-
and after Instruction at Pensacola the Chief Miller privately admits ibles but himself perfected their
squadron the trophy for the high is regulation at
and Miami received his wings the
that although John has always usage.
team score in a single in the School.The son
game NATTCenter ANP) .
National League bowling same year During the war came I been a good lad, "It is nice According to the lieutenant: "It
tition. compe- II duty with VPB-143 at duty stations proud poppa is Otto W. for a father to get 'yes sir' once was Captain Mclntyre's insistance

l The award was earned duringthe ranging from Brazil to Ha- Miller, Chief Radio Electrician, a in a while instead of 'Aw, pop, that our blimps could do anything

past season by Amos J. Per- why can't I'?" that served as an incentive."
.. As for John his new theme Is"There's
kins AM2 James Johnson AM3
; ;
been some changes serving 24 years as a Navy wife,
Harvey Whipple, ADCAP); JohnE.
Mrs. Miller thinks
made. There's quite a bit of dif- most
Bareswilt, AN; Lt. (jg) Hampson -
ference in being a Navy lad and Navy wives will concur, "that
Digges and Ed F. Lekwart,
she should have the
last of her
being an enlisted man serving
PR1; with a total score of 879
pins. under your own dad. John says, service counted as time and a
If the furniture continues to I "The nice thing about the new half" That will automatically -

come through at the same rate setup is the crew's pay day. Dad I make her ready for thirty-year
personnelare was lenient with the allowancebut retirement. Miller refuses to ac-
the Fasron Nine
rooms ; Uncle Sam is more so." cept the time and half time, he
occupying in their new bar- :%
; .i .
; insists for service.
racks will soon be equipped with < y. Miller, a veteran of 27 years on day day i
everything for living and nine months in the Navy has The senior Millers plan on retiring -
necessary -
In addition to the other gear, two other sons. Leslie, the oldestson in the near future, that is
which has been coming in, a num- is a student in the Univer- if the national situation permits,
ber of lockers has been receivedand sity of Tennessee. He is under They are planning on making -
contract to the Army Air Force. their permanent residence either
installed in the "brown
baggers" I After graduation in 1952 he will in San Diego or Jacksonville. ...
duty rooms.Indications
have been noted enter the Air Force as a Second Miller prefers Jacksonville, but .
Lieutenant.The Mrs. Miller is partial to San Diego
and ..
that the duty master-at-arms '
where their three sons were
younger son, Ralph Wil-
section leaders may soon refer to
the days in the old barracks as liam,*presently working at ,the born ,4I
NAS Jax Garage, has already taken -
the "good old days. It seems
his physical for the Army, Divorce Judge: "Now just why
have to traipse from
they now
and is expecting to be called at do you wish a divorce, Mrs.
reville and
to wa-
room room "
any time now Ralph hoped to en- Wanglock '
instead of
ken each individual
Mrs. Wanglock: "Your Honor,
ter the Navy with John but was
pounding on the bulkhead or know I the mother of
refused at the recruiting office you
bunk railings in awakening an Radio Otto W. Miller of ailment. The the child movie star, Dimpled
Electrician because an eye
SON Chief
entire section of sleepers once
didn't mind the ail- Darling, and this man never calls
the his son, a student at NATTCenter's Aviation Preparatory Army eye
its was case. 1"-<< but 'the that
formerly me anything goose
the word straight from the manual. "You'll get the same ment.
the father tells him. After rearing three sons and laid the golden egg'l"Page -
this outfit
1 Squadron personnel are re- the other men get in son. .J


"" .1 .., ,, ', ,_ .:, ......<0.<... 1 v '. '0' ..' h"" '..... ,

31, 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Fiv

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Desolate But Stimulating

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Long, Hot Hours For Spencer Target Crew, IiTHMURRYf(1CIIt(

But They Wouldn't Trade With Anyone =----By '

(tl'\h'>h"Hnno the ennui f\f... .ir..- I Famous International Teacher of the Dance
vv..U..e; "
terminable hours being in Nine sailors who maintainthe ing planes, are spent amusing
themselves by catching snakes,
I Spencer Target Range:
midst i of scorching heat, which they add to their already

deadly snakes and listeningto eight miles southeast- of Ce- large "snake pit". Many of the I

the nerve-wracking screechof cil Field. snakes are killed however, for to .

speedy planes and the Taking its name from the pre- keep all they could catch would t1
vious owner, the Spencer target require an enormous "pit" and
booming roar of exploding range is a desolate 360-acre patchof many more lizards, which f are

bombs and rockets provides a pasture land, where fighter and used for snake food, and which 1

unique job for six Fasr'onsxBiIsq dive bomber pilots practice the Intricate they catch in s their* spare r time. w sY _
art of rocket firing and
dive bombing. During the noon period if there

are no planes coming in for runs,
: : the sextet sits back to enjoy a ,
Lewis R. Andre, AOC; CharlesW.
well prepared meal. An occasional -
Stewart, AOl; Bill E. Hunt,
check is taken on the pets, but
AOU3 Bob C. Hater AOU3
; ;
all hands
mostly just "shoot the
James T. Murphy, AT2, and Ole l am62
bull" and relax until the
All hands have been turn- sky
M. Warren, AOAN, are the six I u/w ep ,
comes alive with fighters and aI
ing to extra hard in Fasron men who work on the project and
roaring dive bombers once again.
6 recently in anticipation of can be found there each day at When the aircraft come over, I open position closed position open position
of the various
one jobs, being a
an administrative inspection it means back to the same old
spotter for the planes, operatingthe
routine. Hot, tiresome, monoto-
coming in the near future.
up radio equipment in the
con- but LESSON 9-The Samba Pendulum
nous, the six wouldn't trade
A inspection inspectionheld trol towers the tar-
or maintaining
pre jobs with many, many other people The Samba originally was a tribal dance in Africa. It Wh.
by Lcdr. Thomas II. Ab- get area. adopted by cosmopolitan Rio de Janeiro and developed into a light-

bott, indicates the squadronis When a bomb is dropped or a I' hearted, enjoyable dance that is very popular in America.

well to and will rocket fired, the men measure the The Samba Is a lilting
up par gay
of the hit, radio the er- Local Marine
... dance, easier than the American
measure up to the high expec- ror to the pilot and stand by to
tations of all hands and should repeat the procedure on follow- two-step and lots more fun. Just Arthur, Murray Says:
start a Samba record. Catch the
receive the tip-top mark it ing runs. Thus, the fliers may Honored For simule 1-2, 1.2, rhythm and the 1. A girl who can lead as
keep a chronological report, eliminate well
rates.Lt. easy backward, forward move- as follow a partner Is
previous errors and comeback never a poor dancer and has

.personnel(jg;) Herbert officer Rupp, will, squadron soon- ing hit the targets with amaz- Rescue of 2A ments.The basic Samba step startsin a much better time on the ballroom -
bow out in favor of newcomer, Lt. letter of commendationfor regular Fox Trot position. The 2. The girl who doe not
instructions for the
following are
(jg) Albert checked E. Johnston out in, who Fasron is Only two of (the men sit in the quick thinking and actionin man. The girl's part is just the know the steps and follows
now being .
spotter shacks at a time. This saving two from opposite. blindly Is likely to be a slow
leaves the other four out in the persons Start with the left foot, take and heavy dancer. She Is not
graduate of Air Navigation burning sun, but being well versedin drowning in the Ortega River one step forward, weight forward, as much fun to dance with us

School, Lt. (jg) Johnston comes their jobs, they exchange last Thursday was receivedby bending knee twice and count: the girl who steps spontaneously. -

.. to the unit from civilian life. Holder chores frequently so no one will Master Sergeant Reginald 1 and :2 and ,, .

of a BA in business administration have to be in the sweltering sun- G. Bagube. (down) (up) (down) (up) 3. The girl who has learnedto
from Michigan State Collegeand shine more than a few hours. The Then repeat the step with the' lead, dances with more expression :-

a veteran of duty with VR-2 change also makes it possible for .X right foot, counting: and animation. She
.' during 1945 and 1946, Lt. (jg) everyone to acquire that enviable 1 3 and 4 and will take each step with her

\\ Johnston was working with the "burned toast" look. I i I (down) (up) (down) (up) partner-not after him.

Household Finance Corporationwhen The few minutes the sailors The up-down count Is important 4. A good knowledge of the

recalled on the 13th of May. aren't peering skyward for incom- I and remember, as you step man's and girl's parts of each
Lt. (jg) Rupp will begin a well I forward you lean back and as step makes the girl more alert.

earned leave period when relieved. couch and a special certificate in I'you sway back you lean forward. She can better anticipate what

retiring ceremonies given him at The pendulum Samba Step can the man i Is going to do next

George Fedor, AA, and Stanley the lake that climaxed 30 years of I I be done In a closed or open position and follow him more Intelli-

Biss, AA, were both transferredto continuous service. start forward with the left gently.
the Naval Hospital as the re- foot, take a long, sweeping step 5. So, girls, don't get Into a

sult of an auto accident last week. Dick Talton, SA, has been selected forward, bring right foot up to rut by learning how to lead
Best wishes from the squadronfor as "White Hat of the : Qay left quickly, weight on light then only a few "steps. Learn to

a speedy recovery.The Week" as a result of his fine workin return weight to left. This !is lead as many steps ali you
new type Armed Forces ID the leading chief's office. ount 1 and 2. know how to follow.

cards were being issued in Fas- The first person to see when Then, swing backward. Step

ron this week. The cards were you submit a special request chit back with the right foot, taking the left foot quickly to the right,

relayed to the men as quickly as to that office, Dick has been work- {' \ long, sweeping step, bring backLACY weight on left, then shift weight
they came from the photo lab. and ing as yeoman in the leading I from left to right. This is count
.. ...
are out in plenty of time as the chief's office for several months f. .W ,':TI : .fi;. >.;;:. '.:.a? 3 and 4.Keep .
:. .,
old cards will stay in effect until now -' ">>,-- _.._,, ,! :..; .,..<<;' ':: repeating this for an effective
July. Patton is a native of Elverson, M/Sgt. liegmaio tiagube L' < : >: pattern. Rememberthefeet

>" Lcdr. Thomas II. Abbott, exec- Pa., and came into the Navy Sep- The presentation was made by lead the body in this bounceykind

utive officer has turned the key tember li of last year. After com- his commanding officer, Lt. Col. "- <; of step. As the feet go for-

to his office over to his successor, pleting recruit training at New- Frederick R. Payne of the :Ma- .. ward, the body sways back; as
Lcdr. Frederick E. Woodward and port and being transferred to Fas- rine Air Detachment at the Naval the feet go back, the body sways

.. departed for his new assignment ron 6, he started working hard on Air Reserve Training Unit. ,: forward. It ia an easy, rocking

.. with the NROTC unit in Auburn,- a self improvement and advance- It was Sergeant Bagube, who step-a graceful swaying movement -

Miss. ment program. with the help of 16-year-old Car- ,

The USAFI high school GED I ra Forrester of 1232 King Street, I So, practice the Pendulum and
Frank Trent, DK2, and Don test was taken and passed and I a tenth grade pupil at Lee High enjoy yourself!

.. Calkins, YN1, received orders to Dick received his diploma as a I School in Jax, succeeded In pull-
report to the USS Arcadia in the result. In the few shott months ing Mrs. Betty Gene Ramsey and (Next 'wet'k: More on the
Samba. The Balancet and Pendulum
near future. Harry Pernell, ADC here, he has also put in his Navy her 11-year-old sister, Ressa Barber Plus

(AP), and James W. Christ, AMC training courses for advancementto of 4254 Marquette Street, out Turning Hints Steps.illustrations
new ,
AP) have both been ordered to seaman
, of the water. :Mrs. Ramsey's husband and
duty at Fensacola. Before coming into the Navy, Thomas J. Ramsey, 24, lost yj c drawings. .
The squadron party and the resulting Dick worked as a photographer'shelper his life. e 1

"big heads" are now only and though he likes the Quick Thinking Tolia Selected I

a memory. It is hardly neces- work very well, he has decided his Sergeant Bagube related that
sary to say a good time was had work in the Navy will be that of from off
he was fishing a pier
by all. The men found the modernized a yeoman. Lake Shore boulevard and watchedthe Honor Marl ofAK f
lake area a swell place to Still keeping photography as his Ramseys and the little girlas
have a picnic and left looking eag- main leisure time activity, Dick their outboard motorboat

erly forward to the next squadron takes the pictures, then developsand bounced along the choppy water, ((B) School

outing. prints them. When not en- buffeted by a high wind. Sud-

r The squadron celebration was joying this pastime the young sai- denly, the boat disappeared and a 4 +ft The "Honor Man" of the first
doubly enjoyable to Harry Jackson lor can often be found astride a moment later he saw three heads graduating class of the Aviation

AMC, who was presentedwith motorcycle, another of his favor- bobbing in the water. I 'I'IS Electricity (B) School turned ,!

a handsome outdoor lounge .ite activities. Bagube's first impulse was to out from NATTC here, is Salvi- .

jump in to aid them, but realizinghe no P. Tobia, AEC. \

G would probably save but one / S a 1 v I n o was graduated on
he ran to a nearby scow. As he May 25, following completion ofa

started off, the Forrester girl, 33-week course begun at NAT

who had been fishing from the TC, Memphis, Tennessee. On

shore about 200 feet from him, TAD from Fasron 2, Quonset,

.. jumped into the boat and askedif R. I., he will return to his
she could help. With two piecesof
.l squadron immediately upon
two-by-four for oars, they paddled -
completion of his course here.
: to the scene of the accident.
Graduation from the AEB( )
Mrs. Ramsey was reached first School with the rank of numberone
and told the boat.
; to Save hang Child on to in his class is a high point'

in an eleven-year career in the
The two reached the child, who
Navy for Chief Tobia, which includes
had been held afloat by Ramsey.
being shot down in the
Then Ramsey sank from sight and
waters of the Solomon Islandson
the boat drifted from the scene.
September 11, 1942 while fly
It was learned later that Ram-
ing with Squadron VP-11 out of
sey, who was known to be a strong
S Kaneohe, T H.
swimmer undoubtedly was drowned -
After he was picked up by a
due to weakness from loss of
Japanese destroyer, he was taken
blood from a deep gash on his 4Ai'pg ?
to Yokohama
-= where he was
leg that must have been causedby
held as a POW for three years.
the propeller of his outboard
Upon his release as a POW on
motor. Absorbing the utmost -

nu ___ ______nn_______ Sgt. Bagube, who was an Instructor from the rays of the sun September 11, 1945 he learned
at the NAS the for the first time of the dramatis ;
early Gustafson.
SQUADRON INSPECTION; -Cape Jesse S. McClure, Com- is pretty Corine ai i
staff with Lt. part of the war, is a veteran cf The black swim suit is madeof events leading up to the Jap
manlier Fleet Air Wing Eleven and along .
anese surrender including thedropping'
action at Guadacanal, Bougain gossamer-fine lace and la-
officer airframe division, inspect
Charles II. Cadiz, division of
of the two atoms
held Commander Fleet ville and the Philippines. He returned tex. This is what they're wear- "
Fasron 109, during personnel Inspection by
: to Jacksonville in 1946. ing at the beaches this year. bombs.May r
Air Wing 11 I last Thursday, :

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Six r JAX AIR NEWS- ." May 31 1951

t. Hospital, VF-41 Leading 1

lot HAS Infra-Mural RaceCompetition

By Armed Forces Press Service

The best pitcher in the American League! That's the classy label gets hotter and hotter in the NAS Intra-mural soft-
pinned on St Louis Brown hurler Ned Garver by Billy Evans, ball chase with Naval Hospital still leading: the National Division .

wise old general manager of the Detroit Tigers. No doubt Carver's pack with an unblemished slate of 11, wins, whilee. VF-41 continues I
have been dulled Brownie medi- I
superb performances by all-around
to hang ,on top of the American division with a 9-1 record. A
ocrity but the fact remains the smallish, dark-haired pitcher is a
standoutPerhaps O&R is hot on the trail of

the best index to Car Hospital in National play while OAR Thumps FAW

ver's ability is the earned-run averages Connie Ryan, Cincinnati second VP-5/ is crowding VF-41 with a National League play this week
o f 'laseman, is up to his old tricks 5-1 slate. showed O&R triumphing over

1950, whichshow jgaln. Hidden ball tricks, that is. In American League play the FAW-11, 2111. Chuck Kurash

I f\ he in a recent Red-Giant game, Connie a past week Fasron Six toppled VP- swung for four hits for O&R to
was second worked it successfully on : ., sal :5 i from the undefeated ranks witha pave the way for winning pitcher

I only to Whitey Lockman, Giant outfield- 12-4 win. Jim Ferro led the Bill Grant. .I
: Early jr. It made the Giants look so silly winners with two hits while Bill Mac McGaugblin and Heb He-

:1 Vv"' y n n of that their dandy little manager, Glaub, Fasron hurler held the losers i bert had a perfect day with the
the Cleveland Leo Durocher, blew his top and to three lone hits. Tommy I shillelagh banging out three for
e I n. was banished from the ball park. Glisson took the loss for VP-5.: I three. Spec O'Shea. received the

dians. With Hidden ball tricks are rarely _..._ ____ '_'m'm.m" _,_,'______ An loss for FAW-11. #
i t the support tried in these days but Ryan in- improved OrdnanceGunneryupset NARTU softballers beat Ma.
ACE HURLER-One of the a favored VP-10, 6-2, with
: iw of a better sists he's worked it four times successfully big reasons why the Naval Joe Clark chalking up his fourth rine Security, 13-1 with Art Mur-
Infield h e in the big leagues. Most ray on the rubber hurling a mag-
Hospital is leading the National win of the season. Gus Lence for nificent three-hitter.
,;y p could have hidden ball tricks go awry through division of the NAS soft- OAG took batting honors with 2 Murray
; led the sleeping umpires rather than alert ball loop is the swift under- bingles. Harry Schreckengast suffered helped out his own cause by slap
league. In a base coaches. It is the coach's hand slants of Ben Kissee. Kis- the loss for VP-10. Don ping out three for four.

r ,$ ? m a J o rca Job to protect against the hidden I see has posted 11 straight wins Spory for the VP-10'ers got two An up and coming VA-859
league balL The runner must concentrate without a loss, gaining credit dumped a. weary Photo Lab, 11-1,
IfPS hits.
4 + r e e r that on spiking the bases. for every victory chalked up AF-41 Down Marines with a barrage of 14 hits. Skip
spans only No doubt Durocher's ears will by the hospital* VF-41 Marine Gipp led the winners with three
downed Air De-
NM Carver three full jingle for a long time over that for four. Bill Bevin pitched a
tachment 11-2
In hit-mad
a fray
one-hitter to win the .
seasons, one. Rival players love to needle game.Photo
Adams with every man on VF-41's squad .
Carver's games won column as him and the bench Jockeys ride Cops V nAn another game with .
hitting at least once. Chuck
Lab pulled one out of the
lost him
compared to those officially unmercifully when the go-
Shoch gained' another win in his
to set the Connie has fire and came out on top oT a 13-
certainly Is nothing ing's rough. Ryan
win column while Art Letrende
world afire. But he has lost some pulled the hidden ball act onLeo's Spring Cup took the loss. 10 fray, with Bill Parks notching
heartbreaking 1-0, 2-1 and 3-2 teams twice in two years another win. Joe Davis for Photo
games which better support would and it may be that some of the MeetDarkhorse Faetu subdued 1st Lieut., 10-9, Lab got 2 for 2. Archie Archen-'
have converted Into the win column fans, speculating that if Leo and Golf In a bitterly fought fray. It was bonn took the loss for Photo Lab.

Besides being a star pitcher his board of strategy are rock- Bill Spokas who received the loss Standings as of 25/ May 19)1.Amen&Q : .

Carver is valued also as a headed in such plays, they may John Adams came I for the losers while Jim Pool
and the Brownie man- be losing a lot of valuable Giant out of nowhere to capture the big notched the win for Faetu. Al W, I.

pinchhitter, Zack Taylor, declares "he mileage in the so-called inside Spring Cup links tourney at NAS Alexopolous took batting honors VF-41 .............................-_ 9' 1
ager out- baseball maneuvers. with a 'A and 2 decision over stub- for the winners' with two for VP-5 ??._.._.? 5 1
could make a living as an
fielder, too." Some fabulous of- born Jerry Morrison. three. FASron-6 _............"..,.........8 2 ,",
fers have been made the Browns Adams was forced into the finals League leading VF-41 set back VP-10 ...__...._.....__ 7 4 .

for Carver and one of these days 'SurpriseOuling the hard way, getting by Bill 1st Lieut, 6-4, with every man O&G: .............._.__.... ...5 4
he be wearing the uniformof Chase, Sr in .his first match, on the squad hitting at least twice. Fasron-109 _..?._..?._.._.. 6 5

some may other American League downing John Prince to gain the The losers' batting eyes were Faetu ....._.............._.....-.. 4 1
club. At which time the Browns Honors 30-Year semi-finals and eliminating tough also sharp as every man hit safe- MarAirDet _-............_._... 2 8

undoubtedly! will alienate the rest Pill Baker to reach the final play- ly. Chuck Shock posted the win 1st Lieuts. ?....._........_...- 1 8

of the few remaining St. Louis Fasron Six Man off.Bill for VF-41, while Bill Spokas bit NationalW
supporters they have. Rusk played top-notch golfto the dust for the 1st Lieuts.
take top honors in the second I.
Anent all this hullabaloo A well kept secret rocked Harry flight in defeating Jack Piva 3 Hospital ...._...............,.,_.11 0

about a major league franchisein L. Jackson, AMC, back on his and 2. Tigers Drop O&R ......................._...,...9 2

Los Angeles, our west coast heels last Friday when a surprise A youngster who has been play- VA859w ................................ 7 3

operative, l>eke Iloulgate, raises party and presentation ceremony ing the game for just about a Flight Div. _..._.............. Ii 8
a pert not point. lie Is inclined given him by Fasron Six providedhim year furnished one of the biggest 14-10 FrayJax MarSec ........._..........._ 5 6

to ridicule the Idea that with' a fitting climax to his surprises in the tourney to win NARTU ___.,......_......... 4 3
the Las Angeles Coliseum sure retirement after 30 years continuous the third flight. Lanky, hard- Navy's Tigers.. were handeda Supply .........,_..._.,_.....__ 4 6
Chase it'll set-oacK Sunday at me FA\V.l1 .... ......... .
fully could be converted' Into service. swinging Billy Jr flipped ..__..... 4 6 .
terrific hands of the East Side Travelers Photo Lab. .......... ... J
a modern baseball plant. lie By combining the squadron party past opposition to downA. _.... .... 3 8
Bill \'f'f''k. who sold the which was held at Kingsley K. Robinson, one-up in the finals In East Side Jacksonville. Aerology ..._..M.....,_..........3 8
Cleveland says Indians at handsome Lake with the retiring ceremo- to win the flight honors. Loose play and the inability to VP-741 .................................. 2 9
a nies, the squadron was able to Winner of the fourth flight will silence the booming bats of the .
and l>>Webb
profit coownerof
Travelers, with the loss cf
give the Chief a real send-off that be decided sometime this week
the Yankees are kickingaround with Doc four of the regulars combined to Theali'e
included special transportation to Fuhring and Norman
the Idea of
big league
about the loss.
bring The Tigers
and from the lake, an outdoor O'Bryan battling in the finals.
baseball III the California
city, > now have won two and lost eight
lounging couch and a special cer-
'*ev "w l If it require the monejof Guide
tificate for outstanding service games.
someone f'1W' and devotion to duty. Pair Share HonorsIn One big third frame gave the
CIhase'ball Travelers a decisive lead. Waller MAINSIDE
Presenting the tokens to the
rumor has it that Chief, who has been was Fasron Blind Bogey Play was touched for eight runs in the Thursday May SI

Fred Saigh may dispose of his since 1950 was the third frame, but only four of them "My Outlaw Brother" ......... ..
January skip-
holdings m the St. Louis Cardinals Blind bogey winners in lastweek's were earned. ...... .............. ........ Mickey Rooney ..
Comdr. Edward M. Morgan.In
The Phillies are really per play were Bill Chase and Seabrooks paced the locals at Friday, June 1
the brief speech attending the
worried over Jim Konstanty's: presentations, he extolled the merits Rear Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery the plate with three doubles and a "Circle, of Danger..Ray Mllland
failure to perform his relief who deadlocked for top hon- single in five times at bat. Saturday, June 2
of Chief Jackson and also extended
chores in 1950 fashion. But some congratulations for his ors with nets of 79. A total of 32 hits were recordedin "West Point( Story" .......,....... ... ._

of his teammates aren't too sad "* 3,0 Admiral Montgomery with a the nine-inning fray The Trav- .............................. James Cagney
about it They declare he year "r.Surprise Call handicap of 14, shot a 93, while elers rapped out 18 hits off Tiger Sunday, June 3

Chase, with a four handicap posted hurler Waller "The ........ ..
developed quite a case of big The entire activities organizedon while the Tigers First Legion" .. ".
head during the winter season Jackson's behalf went through a neat 83 to tie. made plenty of noise In getting 14. .............................. Charles Boyer
It's several months early yet without his knowledge and the Nearest to the pin honors also Saturday will find the Tigers Monday, June 4

but keep an eye on Michigan first he knew of the .plans was went to Chase who stroked a four traveling to Raiford in an after- "Take Care of My Little Girl"..... .

State when the new football sea- when a car stopped in front of iron show which carried within noon game with Raiford prison. .......................?....... Jeanne Crain
five feet of the
son arrives. They may be the his house and the driver Inquiredif cup on No. 16. They will continue on their way Tues and Wed., June 5-6
powerhouse of the Midwest next he and the Longest putt honors was las to engage the Valdosta Giants at "As Young As You Feel" .. .... .

wall. attend the family was readyto soed by Joe Williams who holed Valdosta, Ga. for a return game .............................. Monty Wooley
squadron party.
from 20 feet out on No. 18. Longest NATTCenterThursday
i Due to Mrs. Jackson, who knewof
drive of the day was posled by In the first game of the season, May 31
Jax Tars Meet the ready plans and, the whisked entire familywas Capt. Lester !<:. Rice who belted a the Tigers downed the Giants, 1211 "House On Telegraph Hill"! ....

to were away 260-yarder, The second game was lost to ........ ............ Valentina Coitesa
the ceremonies and thus was 4Beginners. .
started the last paragraph in the Raiford prison, 12-7. Ocala bested Friday June 1 .

Rebels PeachesThe Chief's Navy life which started Mix the Tigers in a slug fest, 14-9, be- "West Point Story" .......,. ........, ..
away back in November, 1920. fore the Jacksonville Giants blasted .............................. James Cagney
up and coming Jackson- After enlisting in the Navy at loud and long for a 11-6 win[ Saturday, June :X

ville Tars return to their home Birmingham, Ala., from his homeIn In Links Play over the locals at NAS. The Tigers "Circle of Danger".. Ray Milland

bailwick Monday night to openan Ashford, Ala., Chief Jackson then broke their losing streakby Sunday, June 3 .

eight day home stand. took boot training at Great Lakes. A beginners beating Ocala in a return game, "Texas Rangers" ..................... .
Enjoying their best season in Many station golfers will commence tourney for Tuesday local 6-3.. Ralford prison again downed ".................. George 'Montgomery

many years, Ben Geraghty'scharges While with the old Land Plane morning with the ladies opening the locals, 16-9. Mon. and Tuew., June 4-5

take on the Charleston Squadron Six at NAS Pensacola, fire in the morning, and the men In other games to date, the locals The First Leglon..Charles Boyer
Rebels Monday in the first of a three of his squadron commanders following in the afternoon. Play bowed to the Jacksonville Wednesday, June 6

four game series. Next Friday, were Lt. Harold J. Brow, then for enlisted men and Waves will South Side All Stars, 21-9 lost to "Take Care of My Little Girl" ..
May 9, the Tars open a series holder of the speed record; Lt. begin in the afternoon. the South Side Giants, 12-9, and _...... ......? ... .Jeanne Crain '
I .
with the defending champion lost to Ralford
Forrest P. Sherman, now Chief of All "dubbers" who have not prison 17.11
Macon Peaches. The Peaches set- I Naval Operations and Lt. V. F had more than one year of ex- The Tigers are piloted by Willie -
to closes
l a header Grant perience, or do not have Williams.
instrumental in establish an established .
10. '
Sunday May .
ing this base in Jacksonville, and handicap, and do not t
The circus now retired as a Commodore and have a handicap lower than 49( Junior High Students
one-ring visit-
was living in Tampa. (men) or 50 (women) are urgedto
ing a town in the hilL: and the enter.A Slate Pool Events
folks Jackson served aboard the USS
recognized all the Instruments
in the band except the slide Wright, USS Saratoga, and USS qualifying round of nine Four Jacksonville Junior High
holes will be
played match
trombone. One old settler watched Arizona and numerous stations players in various schools will participate In recre-
the player for some time, then here and overseas and during the The tournament is flights. ational and demonstrative swim-

.said to his neighbors: "There's a Pacific War served In the Society personnel aboard the open station to, including all ming here at the Indoor pool

trick to it; he ain't really swal- Islands. throughout the coming week. ,
lerin' it"Current Now, with 30 years of service Tuesday at ICuS: to 1115, Mar- .

behind him, the correspondinggood throw out the anchor, the let Junior High will have the recreational
news broadcasts are and bad memories and the Chief said he has the entire sum swimming and again

greatly affecting the younger guaranteed pension ahead, Chief mer to look before he has to stop Thursday, at the same hours, along
generation. On a city sidewalk Jackson with his wife, who he n order for .his children to begin with Rutherford Junior high.
recently was chalked the figureof married In 194 In Miami, anC school. On Thursday at 1730-1930 John

a heart, inside which was inscribed their two children, Margaret Ann, 4.5 Corrie will have pool privilegesfor
l : "Billy loves Agnes." Beneath 6, and Sharon Lee, 5, is settingsail Irv Noren, rookie outfielder of recreation at 1730, while Fri-

r this had been added, in for other parts. the Washington Senators, led day from 1015/ to 11115 Davis Junior allright, you meathead!
I childish scrawl, This ilin/. un Not sure just what he will take American League outfielder. 'in High will give the only demonstrative Quit horsing around and get back.

I confirmed' teport" up in hit civilian life or where he assists last year with 20. swimming of the' Week. on that *!li&! %! target!! ., ti!

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May 31, 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven

.. District Clubs II Three-Way Tie In Sports QuizLast II Aviation 'P' Clubs Hold

Vie In 3-Way week's Jax Air News --
had the correct answers were
Sports Quiz certainly gave no
Bob Schneider ADI, of Fasron Leods In NATTC
one much trouble. More sports Ploy
.. AOC of
Golf TourneyDistrict tans than you ca shake a stickat Six; Bob Norwood ,
I to NATTC; A. G. Cesnick, AO2. of
had the correct answer
intra-mural golf cham the quiz: "How many home VF-41; Willie Goodman, civilian ANP( ) Ship's Company remains unbeaten in the American division
of and of NATTC Intra-Mural softball with twelve straight
employe Transportation the league
Ruth hit In
will be held did Babe
pionship play-offs runs ?" Cooley Judd. employee at the victories, while its younger cousins the ANP) Students have again
tomorrow at the station gol World Series competition Navy Fuel Terminal. moved into first place in the National League by half a game margin -
Answers were so
course. This week's query calls for a over .the 1st Lieutenants.. !
and so fast that a three-way
Teams entered in the meet are resulted for first little thought: Rain played havoc with most''
mound. Bowden the losing
AdministrationCommunicationsComNabG of the games last week and man;: was
"Who the last
was heav3'weicht -
place honors. The correct answer pitcher for AO. Schiffer with
of them will be scheduled for later -
Green Cove Springs
was: Fifteen (15) home boxing champ Nationa three hits for Personnel was the
date play. Monday's
end Cecil Field.AdmCommComNab. recognized) to defend the
runs for Ruth in World Series found the batting star.
6 gained title outside the U. S. A.?" League encounters
games. AKA MAD AE Student Supply & Material rallied for
the NAR We officially recognized
limelight by defeating say
The three men deadlockingfor
nine in the sixth and
and ANP) Students annexing, runs sev-
...' ? TU golfers to win the station top honors were Jack Piva because we are not referringto victories. enth innings to down Athletic &
championship and a crack at the< ADI of NARTU; Willis Rob- the present turmoil where
Recreation, 17-9. Stone received
ANP) Students won a forfei
several countries claim the ti
district play-offs. bins of ComFairJax, and Rob
Athletic & Recreation, credit for the win after relieving
Green Cove Springs and Ceci ert Brake, A03, of Fasron 109. tle.No over while the red hot AE Student Ownby in the fourth, for Supply.
Field picked their all star congregation The three-way tie called for an answers will be accepted with Bill Bredow on the mound Don Funk took the loss for Alb-
.- '.. from their respectivi to two to 0900) The first
extra prize amounting prior Friday. knocked off the first place Firs Rec. Zukowski Martin and Son
districts. tree tickets to the Tars' games correct answer gets two free Lieuts. crew, 9-6. Bredow limited nier led their team at bat collecting -
The Adm.-Comm-ComNab Six and two civilian cafeteria meal tickets to the Jax Tars home his opponents to 7 scattered hits seven hits between them

roster shows the following wielding chits. The three divided the games, while the second winner Alf Schudell suffered his first de for the winners.

I irons for the meet: Joe Williams spoils among themselves. wins a full course meal at feat after winning 7 straight for ANP) Ship's Company ral-

Yank Gage, John Burns, Among the many who also the Civilian Cafeteria. the losers. Doyle led the assaul lied in the bottom half of the

Porter Bedell, Steve Corneillsen, for the winners with two hits. sixth for four runs to edge
A. K. Robinson Bill Brockhau; AK "A" Wins 2-0 the Marines 14-13. Hits by Beck

and Bob TheiL AK "A" squeezed by AE Ship': Barnett and Breen brought victory

For Green Cove it will be Sti r JflX fllR nEWS Co. 2-0 in another well played for ANP). Woodrow Perry
Reed, Frank Govern Bill Baker .:. ball game. Barksdale gained his: who relieved Zeb Lazarus in the

Steve Jonda, Bill Bonds, Tom fifth triumph for the storekeep 4th inning received credit for the
Brandon Red Embree and Capt ers. Cornett suffered the loss for: win. Griner took the loss for the

:.' .. Moore. AE. The hard hitting of leftfield Marines

ottsFliers er Yarbrough once again was the< Leading the attack at the plate
deciding factor in victory for the for ANP( ) with three hits in four
Yarbrough, Sullivan winners as he banged out three< times at bat were Barnett and
hits in four times at bat. Wag Breen. Meanwhile Miller, Bank
Pace NATTG Stickers oner of AE collected two swat: and Griner collected two apiecefor
for his team in defeat. the Marines.
Bill Yarbrough and John Sul The Marine Air Detachment Rain Halts Play
livan are setting the pace for hitters Students collected their eightl Wednesday's National League

in the NATTC Softball loop,, Host To Air Force win of the season behind the games were all rained out and
batting .568 and .485, respectively, I strong pitching of Stang. The will be played at a later date
Lazarus tops the American League Marines subdued an improved AC which will be announced by the

.'.., twirlers with seven straight wins,, Students 7-4, Swanson took the Athletic and Recreation Depart

'" r while Barksdale leads the Na Nine In Two-Game Series loss for AO. Perschbacher anc ment.Thursday's.
tional moundsmen with five wins Perez led the Marines, two hit,! American League
without a loss.National apiece. games found ANP) Ship's Co.

( batters at bat at least Jav Navy's Fliers striving to get over the .500 mark return to The Dispensary Medics once defeat Athletic and Recreation,
hit the winning trail with 115. Zeb Lazarus was the winning
35 times): Mason Field for a pair of games this week-end taking on the Warner again Facili. pitcher as he gained his
15-1 win Training
JIB n ir AVC a over
Yarbrough AK: "A" :29 11 17 ..5Splnkg. Robins, _Ga. Air Force Base in a two-game home series Friday andoaiuraay. ties. Liend went all the way foi seventh straight win as Don Funk
,' MAD 28 15 13 .46-; ;; the win. McDonald took the loss: suffered the loss. Lazarus and
Wagoner AK (SC) 33 10 14 .42' The locals journey to Tampafor Beaver of ANP) along with
., for Tra. Facs. Shaw, Horsman
Melslnger, AK 'A" 31 11 12 ,31f setto Tuesday with with a base-clearing triple.
Marr. AE (SC) 31 9 12 ..381Uiblnskt. a Duvall started for the Fliers and Karbum each collected three Reinhardt and McCoy of Ath-
AE (SC) 40 15 15 .37: MacDill Air Force Base. and to Martinyk who bingles in the fracas for the win letic and Rec banged out two hits
Lansllla, Ath. & Bee. 32 15 12: .379 Last week found .the Fliers gave way apiece.
with the loss. Gon- ners, while Neitzer banged twc
White 1st. J.U. 28 8 9 .328 was charged
two and winningone AO Ship's Co. downed Aircraft
dropping games zales went the route for Charleston. for the losers.
(American batters at bat at to drop them one game below Dispensary Wins %%-16 Maintenance 9-6 behind the 6-hit
least 28 times): the .500 mark for a ten win, eleven Tuesday's American League pitching of Olson. Sullivan was
loss record. Lose 7-5 the losing pitcher. Siwak collected
AB B H AVC games saw ANP) Ship's Co.,, -
Sullivan, Air Malnt. 35 17 17 .485 They dropped a pair of gamesto The Fliers had trouble in get- Supply and Material, Personnel,, two hits for AO, while McLaughlin
'!, McElyea, Sup. A Mat. 38 14 17 id :.441 Charleston Navy 9-8, in an ting their attack going in the sec- and Dispensary Dental enter the also had two for Aircraft '
Kozak, Personnel 38 IS ,441
Johnson, Marine 42 14 18 .428 eleven-inning game, and the sec- ond game as they failed to score charmed winner's circle with vic Maintenance.
Wleser AO Ship Co. 36 15 15 .4i( ond by the narrow margin of 75. until the sixth frame. A hit batsman tories. Supply & Material snared their
ditcher, Dental 46 18 19 .413 In a return match the Fliers two singles and an error Dispensary Dental and Aircraft second win of the week with a 25-
Schlffer. Personnel 42 17 17 .404 Fliers two in the fashioned hit attack against Dispensary
the runs
again bested Stetson University gave Maintenance put on an
Peny. AN (P) (SC) 43 21 17 .391
Dental win
to 27-2. Stone the
Huffman. Air Malnt. 38 12 15 .395 sixth. hitting duel with the Dent was

Reinhardt Ath & Rec 38 15 15 ..393Dorrlng. 95.In the first game with Charleston A walk, singles by Coughlinand ists finally emerging triumphant,,, winning pitcher while Cutcher
Sup. & Mat. 40 16 15 ..373WcGlffen. took the loss.
the winning
Personnel 38 15 14 .3CS the Fliers pushed a pair of Faustyn and a triple by Saun- 2216. Autry was ANP) Bumps AE
Goodwin, Dental 45 13 16 .359 chased three the pitcher while Sullenberger
runs across in the top of the elev- ders runs across Home featured the
Sheridan, Ath. A Rec. 37 15 13 .351 enth frame but Charleston came plate to conclude the scoring of the loss. Ingram of Aircraft Main- runs frayas
Murphy. AN (P)(SC) 39 17 13 .333 tenance led the hitters with a sin Wright of Supply collected
a back with: three in their half of the Fliers.A gle and two home runs in five three 4-masters; while McElyeaand

LEADING PITCHERS. me inning 10 win. base on balls coupled with a times at bat.Personnel Martin hit one apiece also
American I*.toc" Won Lot The Fliers opened with a four- double produced a single tally toe downed AO Ship'sCo. for Supply. Stone led the attackat

.. .. Lazarus Perry ANP ANP() Ship) Ship Co.Co. .... 7 5 0 0 run outburst in the Initial frame. Charleston in the first frame. 12-16. with Erickson on the the plate with a perfect 5 for 5

Stone Sup ft .. 2: 0 Singles by Ziegler Coughlin a Four walks, a single and a triple for Supply & Material.
Cople A.O. Ship 2 0 walk followed by one base binglesby added four runs in the third. Single the' Fliers five runs and the ball Replayed contests saw ANP( )
Manning and Becker gave the runs in the fourth and sixth game. Students of the National League

'NaU.tlnrksdale..' league A.K. "A" ..".'o.l..tIt 5 0 Fliers the four runs. inning iced the game for Charleston. Stetson collected single runs in edge AE Students 4-3 in a tight

Ritchie ANP( ) Studen.ti. 4 0 Two errors, and singles by Ziegler the first and third innings, two pitcher's duel between Flemingand
Rohudell lit. I.t.. 7 1 and Manning netted the Fliers Righter, charged with the loss, more in the sixth and added their Doyle, with.Fleming finally
Cornea A.K. (SC) .....5 3 final in the eighth. pining the nod. Hits were fewin
Fleming ANP( ) Studens .... 4 7 two more runs in the third gave up eight safeties. Keller got ANP snared
the ) just
crt'ditedvith as
Fleming ANP) Students,.. 4 2 frame. The Fliers scored their the win and likewise allowed eight Bob Becker was game
Credow A.& Students s... 3 1 final two runs in the eleventh inning hits. the win, allowing tight hits. Don- three blows while their opponents -
Stang Marines ... :2 0 Beat Stetson 9-5 nelly took the loss for the hosts, AE, collected four.
Lts..2 0Recreation on a pair of singles and a
Davenport 10 safeties. ANP) Ship's Co., blasted Per-
The Fliers downed Stetson for giving up
I I sacrifice. sonnel 20-7 with Zeb Lazarus on
the second time 95.: The locals I
Leftfielder Keith of Charleston ,
the mound. Erickson of Personnel -
clouted a round-tripper in the first i won the game in two big innings. Waves Softballers suffered the defeat. Batting

frame to give Charleston one run. I After tallying one in the seventh, I stars of the contest were Barnett,
A single and triple in the third pro the Fliers broke loose for three in I Perry, and Breen of ANP) with

Committee duced another run for the hosts. the eighth and five in the ninth. Swing Into ActionThe two; bingles, while Feigel, and
Four singles and another triplein Two walks, an error, fielders Red Cook of Personnel also ._

.' the fifth netted three runs for choice, and a single netted the Fli- Waves' softball team, after swatted two apiece.
Calls Confab Charleston. The winners tied the ers their three runs in the eighth. a rigid training stint has takento NATTC standings as of May

game in the sixth on a walk wild Four singles, a hit batsman, anda the field for their 1951 cam- 27th:
Enlisted Recreation Committee pitch and a single. With the base single netted the Fliers their paign. American League W L

members will hold their regular pads Jammed on walks Keith three runs in the eighth. Four Managed by Chief Charles Miler : ANP) Ship's Co. 12 0

monthly meeting the first part of again laid into one of Martinyk's singles, a hit batsman, and a pairof and coached by Chief George Personnel 7 4
fast balls and broke the walks in a big ninth frame gave Supply & Material 7'
next week when they will consider game up Lillicotch, the Waves are at present
motions relative to the utilization holding down third place in AO Shmip's Co. 7 5
or expansion of existing the City League with one win in Athletic & Rec. 6 6
station recreational facilities. our starts. Dental 4 8
MAD (PP) 3 8
its first
woman The squad dropped
Any enlisted .man or Aircraft Maint. 1 11
.. who has legitimate questions., or 9't av aaa? ; game of the season, 14-6 to a .

suggestions pertinent to the equip- Mri nappy MacMichael Sundries. In National League W L
and facilities available for he second contest the Waves
ment ANP( ) Students 10 2
their leisure time activities areurged snowed under Gibbs-Mariners, 24- : 1st Lieuts. 9 2

to contact their representative '' nom 4. They were beaten next in two MAD Students 8 3
today or tomorrow to insure lose games. Curry Thomas edged AE Students 6 5;

action by the committee. hem out 6-5, and Mac's Sundries Medics 6 S.

Committee members, their office r ked: out a second 9-8 win. AK "A" School 5; 5
phone numbers and the units Last. Friday found the Waves : AO Ship's Co. 7 5

they represent ate: Alvin L. Mc- merging on the winning side ofi AO Students 3 8
24-2 count with Gibbs-Mariners
Auley AOC NAS, extension 479; Athletic & Rec. 2 9
David Allison, SDC, NAS, 342; "mod Tomorrow the Waves engage Training Facilities 1 10
Mac's Sundries in a at the .
game 4p
Johl'H.. Hook IIM2, NAS, ;
James C. Hearndon ADC, Fleet 31en Myra playground.A An admiral watching a young"boot
run down on the squad shows labor eagerly but clumsily
Vnits 795: ; Douglas J. Huggard,
JO1 Fleet Units 681; Eschol Edith Houghton handling catch- on the quarterdeck asked:: "How
Frost, AMC (AP), 604; William x ng chores; Alice Larrick on first; long have you been in the Navy,
second and Fran: "
Bixiones at
Mary son?
E. Barclay AOC NATTC 8280; <
T/Sgt. Vilmer W. Skavdahl, NAT Free holding third. The outfield "Two months," the boy replied.
onsists of Martin in left been in?"
TC 8396; J. P. Carter ADC NAT- ; 'How long have you
TC. 8289; Dorothy Jacobs, PN2 THIS IS HOW IT'S DONE-Gordon Kent one of the swim Harcelle McQuaig stationed in The admiral was slightly taken

(W). Waves, 8360; II. W. Haley ming: Instructors at the Malnside pool demonstrates to nonswimmers tght, and Lois Ford in center aback. but answered. good natu-
ADC NARTU 611; and M/Sgt. the basic principles of swimming. It's all part of the Navy's I ield. redly "Thirty years.."
Youry A. Stcherblnine. 'Marine, program to teach, non-swimmers how to swim, and to Improveon I Pitching chores are shared, by "It's hell, ain't It? the young.' : .

Barrack $5.,' ', thosq who are able to }swim only slightly. Ruth Richardson and Skip Slnko. ster: said sympathetically. a
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The Commanding Officer and the entire military and civilian personnel of the Naval

Air Station Jacksonville, Fla., take this opportunity to sincerely thank the following

merchants, professional men and others of the city of Jacksonville, the Beaches, and

surrounding territory for their generous donations to the Navy Charity Carnival.

(Continued List of Contributors) .

Cardinal' Military Store Five Pont'i! Mtn't Shop Cooper Dut Avondale Apparel Shop Mri. A. O. Sheffield, Mayport Holley-Edwerdt Sale, !tie.
Hotly Roffe Dreil Shop Fiv. Point' Tavern Jai Silh 1 Door Jimmy1 Place, Mayporf Heat t Cold Equip, Co Kremer Supply Co. .
Hollywood Mattretl t Upholttery Am. Construction 4 Supply Co. Security Mill Adair Kent t McNutt Victor Home Co. Rice Paint Worki
Evergreen Press Di>on Furn. Co. Stevens Houte t Garden Fur*. H. E. Cummings Simpson Candy Shop Sanitary larber Shop
t Brooki leauty Supply Mr. Chariot Wolf Avondale Paint Shop Kipp I Markham' Underwood Jewelert Ever-Ready Poultry Mkt. .
f Freight Salvage Co. lowling Centert of Fla. Colly-Walker Drug Store Hall t Fischer McDenlel Gift Shop Priatt'i Dept. Store "
J. I. Stromei Iran. Co Coniolldated lido.. Levy'i Garden Suppliei Kolby Typographic Service Standard Furn. Co. Redio Ser.George .
! Kloeppel Hotels Frailar't Service Station Piner'l Grocerlei A. W. Irann G I W 5 t IOC 51 ore P. Watson
Malthul W. Sorgenfrel Pace Pure Oil Service Safer' Delicetenen Dten loggi Southiide Feed I Seed Ce. Mathewi Camera Shop
Webb'i Par t Restaurant Huntl.y trot, Grocery Kathryn'i Clothing Shop W, H. Daniel Red Comb Feed Store hit, Davis Draii Shop
Vanderbilt Cocktail Lounge Spark Radio Service Murray Mill Realty Ellis, Courtis t Koo .r Tim. Square Hardware Harry Sacks Men t Ion' Shoo
Samuel Fischer Retail Drug Store, Orange Park Trout River Fish I Tackle' C*. Rogari Towers t lallay A. I. Wllliami Drug Co. Capital Paint Store
McZeff t Son Almonds SilO Store Dawkini Building Supply Co J. S. Poch Community S ft lOc Store Art Kranti Elec. Co.
Dave lowman'i lergein Den Wilfred' Grocery Robert O. Forreiter H. A. Zinn Halper'i Dept. Store Toys Shop
House of lergeini Wettrlch ft loyd Ltd. Mutual Lumber Co. Mr,. L R. Shiver Western Auto Supply Co Toylandt'.dn'K
Iiggi Plumbing CO. Forettry Equipment Co. Gotho-Wllion Lumoer Co. Joe HempferG Seminole Supply Co. F. O. Miller Piano Co.
Tobacco CoWMtleiey Vaughn t Johnson Ca, tanner Food Store; I. Gwttefton Co. Itrney'i RetteurantMorriion'i Gate City Fish i Oyster C*.
Park St Applt.' Gen. Elec. Supply Corp Mavor teeuty Salon Spradlay Service Statlo* Cafeteria Iryton Hardware Co., Inc.
Army Navy Store The Cameron A Berkley Co Louise Joyce Gown Shop Charley I Wood! Produce Lib'i Restaurant Spencer Electric Co.
Comm Furn. Co The New: York Laundry Rict'i Spinning Wheel Glen G. Searing Mitchell i t Johns Salon Moody Furn. Co.
Miller Electric Co. Lloyd IrownSouthern laach Road Chicken Dinner Shannon Motor Floyd i S ft lOe Store Mack 'International Motor Trk., ! Rlveriide Chevrolet Oil Store Old: South Restaurant ti.filonICl Ditt. Wm. H. Morgan Co.Tamtam Schick Ser, Inc.
Jai Uniform Mack Cypress Ca. Itliabeth'l beauty Salon Trail Tours lond-llume I Co.:
Royce Concrete Hock Plant Massey Motors, Inc. Thompson Shade i Venetian blind Co. Carl D. Langiton, Inc. Kilroy'i bar t Package Stor Motet Motor Co., Inc.
Letter W. Johnson Auto. Shock Absorbers, Inc. Thompton'i Flower Shop Twin Des Self Service Laundry Melon Iroi. Supply Co. Jerry'i Tavern
Je> Concrete Works Utility Wick Co O. Ortey'i Florist H. I W. I. Drew Co. McCormick Pharmacy lob Nicholi Feed Store
Drury, Inc. Atlantic 'Ice t Coal Co. Mills Florist Inc. Elder Moving' Storage Co., Ins. E. R. Spence Furn. Co. Sabal Leather Co.
Macki Grocery t Market Appanon Chemical The Old Garden Brooks Motor Co. Cerlion'i Nursery Richardson Paint Co.
Knight Grocery Riverside Mattress Co. Gilltgan'i Ice Cream Co. Laws Quality Candies Home Service Jiwetery Fairfai Cleaner
loatwright'i Garage Amico lurnatt Chemical' Co. Dorothy Wilson beauty Shop Kliait Karpet Kleaneri Tucker Furn. Co Popular Point Leunder-H
Wetton'i ConfectionSaveWave King; Concrete Prod. F. W.: Flnerd Upholstering I Work! L. L. Poterton Garage Edgewood Repair Center Setier'i Food Store
I Grocery Swift I Co. Marconi Sheet Metal Roofing letter Juice Co. Tot 'n' Teen Haverty Furn Co.
Piece Market People" Pawn Shop Heath Fish Market Lobster Houie Haber trot Fruit Co. letter1 S t lOc Store
:r Pittsburgh: Plate Glen Co. D. S. Saffay Co Sullies Decorator Co. The Fish low! Jai Furn.Banco Florid Hardware Co.
; All State Pipe Supply Co. HIM Wholesale Co. Mr!. Henry Delloy Sam i Wilson Cole Supply Co. Joe Rogers Furs Co.
Lowe Iroi Duval Glass Co. Laneham Lumber Co. Motor Equipment t Cerb. C.. Liberty Furn. Co. Lebry t Co
The Hub Men't Shop Richardson Seafood i Poultry latey brokerage Co. Lady Fair beauty Salon Mendelton Printing Co. Jones Pharmacy
t Jey'i Pawn Shop Park King Liquor Store laker I Thames brokerage Farley Store, Inc. Glenn Booth Motor Co. Dollar t Gay
III Miller'i' Pkg Store McLaint Restaurant Common 1 Co. C. R. Adams Auto Repair lob'i DriveInGevin The Silk Shop
. Jet Future Salei Co. Cotnay Tire Sir Avondale Reiall Drug Windham Iron Works Florist S. I. J. Co.-Atlentic Service Station
Florida Motor Sir Florida Georgia Dittr Co. McDuff Furn. Co Foltom't I Cohen'i Millinery I Dept. Allright Management Meant Service, 'Inc.
Eureka Cleaner Pappy trend lolltnger'i t beauty Salon Duk* i Van Hueten Store Standor Cocktail Leung Fla-Ga-Llna Staple Machine t Supply; Co.
Daylight Market Lei Laavittlennetti Morgan Garage Murray Hill Cleaners Sheeron Cleaners Community barber t beauty Shopp.
Shelly Appliance t Repair Co Hati ,..., Irot. Electric Co. David Ice t Coal Co. Lakewood barber Shop R. A. Edward Commercial Photographer
Genet Package i bar Herschel Dept. Store Ralph Little Watchmaker Cavalier Men't Shop Thomas McAn Shoe Store Nashville, Chattanooga, St. Louis R. R.
Gothe-Wllion Lumber Co. Robert Grocery T. E. HuntFlamingo Real Silk Hosiery 'Inc leckmon ft Owen Interior Decorator Atlantic Venetian Hind I Manufacturing C*.
Central el Georgia R,R. (employee) Towne Pump bar I Package Home Hardware t Paint Co. Southern Hardware; t bicycle Co. Harry Fraser Shoe Repair Western Auto Outboard Motor Sir, Sta.Poppel .
Seven-Up bottling Co. Poiey'l Fine Art Furn. McDuff Dept. Store Forretter'i Garage Murray Hill Package Store I Irown Sunoco Sir,, Station



(Items offering for sale articlesof CORNER
Boot Course At NARTUCognizant
property automobiles such as, furniture washing machines ra-- Next business meeting of the Air
Navy Wives Club will be held
dios, clothing and the like is pro- Wednesday June 6 at 1930 at the of their future 1 1- --- ----- --
Defense Department
hibited by Club House in Dewey Park. All vised athVetics I i
column will however numerous lads from the Jack I
regulations.'This members ale urged to attend. Following completion of the
list such services as avail- sonville area are keeping course the young men will be assigned I We are glad to report that J,
wanted lost:. Members are reminded of the D. Holloway Navy Auditor
able housing rides NAllTU" recruiters busy inenrolling' to Organized Reserve I co-i
and other sim- membership drive and to bring at fined to the Hospital for the last
and found articles, i squadrons at NARTU and then
ilar notices)I. least one guest. in the eight-week will be eligible to take week-end two weeks is at home in Winter

Hut KENT The Not-New-Shop, located at summer Airman nee r u i t training for which they will re- Park, recuperating Roy

2 bedrm. house unfurn. $1,000 the annex of the Barnett Bank Training Course conducted at ceive four days of Navy pay in Joiner Maintenance Trouble Desk

cash, equity $38.40 per mo. 091 Building, is open every Tuesdayfrom NAKTU Jax. their respective rates each month. is on leave this week. He is driving -

Odessa Drive. Chief Townsel, 1000 to 1600. Volunteers are More than 30 young Jaxons re- his boat "The Thing" in the

Ext. 8330. needed to help with this project. ported to the Naval Air Reserve The lads will also be expectedto State Championship races at King-
Furn. rm. Mrs. Ketchum. Phone Donations of all kind of saleable Training Unit last Sunday to take 14 days of active duty sley Lake and in the Southeast

Orange Park 8-3244 or write Rt. merchandise are badly needed to take their written and physical with their squadron each sum- Championship races at Miami

4, Box 411A Jax. Insure the continuance of the Not- examinations for the Air Boot mer. The 'eight weeks of acceler- Biscayne Bay.

2 bedrm furn. or unfurn. apt., Jax NewShop.For training.The ated training will qualify each "The Thing" is 9 feet 6 inches

Beach. Ph. 2-2680 R. C. Mitchell. Information call Mrs. Newell Airman Recruit Training recruit for his first promotion to long with a 10-horse Hurricane

Furn. rm. and board for couple, extension 8286, or the nur- Course which commences June the rating of Airman. racing motor; and has been in 16
1020 Riverside. Mrs. Blount Ph. sery, extension 368. 20, offers opportunity for young Under present Selective Serv- races. It hasn't been beaten yet

2-2495. Nursery patrons are asked to men to join the Organized Naval ice regulations members of Or- Glad to see Olive Fleming of
3 rm. unfurn. apt., 2658 Gale Court observe the nightly closing hours. Air Reserve and receive military ganized Reserves are exempt Personnel and Willie Dauphin of

$50 per mo. Gordon Steadman, They will avoid paying the high training: while continuing: their from induction if they maintain with I Transportation back at woik this
excellent drill attendance
Ph. 2-4784 overtime rate. Parents are again education and other civilian pur- week. Meiiam Denmark of Main-
2 bedrm. brick house in Deland, reminded to suits. their squadrons. tenance is
bring leave
along a towel on this week taking -
i information
Additional regard-
Fla. Contact Mr Sherwood I
clearly marked with the child'sname it easy at home, says she
Bldg. 162 Supply, Ext. 8114 or For any information call Members of the school will ing the course may be obtainedby
writing to the NARTU Re- Brumbaugh has transferred
3530 St. Johns Ave. extension 368. dwell aboard NAS during the
3 rm. ant.. $65 per mo. Terry Me- eight-week period. Each lad will cruiter, Box 4, NAS Jacksonvilleor I fiom NATTC to the Planning -
Grath: Ph. 4-2960. mo. Inquire between 5 and 7 P. receive approximately $140 for I by telephoning extension 360. and Estimating Section :>f

3 rm. apt., Jax Beach. H. Duvall, M., Fridays 130 Cahoon Rd. G. the course, which will cover such e Maintenance From Housing
Ph. 2-5986. e E. Lloyd, Rt. 5, Box 438D, Jax. subjects as seamanship, aircraft The owner of a pet shop is never it is reported that Bess Nail's husband :;
house 4404 Ave. 1 furn. rm. 3536 St. engines, plane handling, naviga- has opened a Hardware and
:5 rm. Beverly Johns Ave. fazed by life's disappointments.He Supply Store in
Mrs. E. O. Williams, Ph. 2-6139, Mrs. J. P. Fenton Ph. 2-7890. tion, code, ordnance, while a Orange
after 1600. Rm. and board for children, Or- large portion of each day will be takes the twitter with the Fishermen needing anything, can

Single and double rms. 2130 Dell. ange Park. Mrs. Hall, Ph. 8- spent in participating: in super tweet. stop there on your way to the
hunting grounds for

wood Ave. Mts. Thompkins, Ph. 3952. v ... ..., .. ". y;. V-v-v-ww require Bart Dockrell anything just you
7-4355.: FOR SALE a
Wanted-Couple to share home 2 bedrm. 1 year old, unfurn. $1000 : 4 returned from Key West but says
he didn't fish for fish this time
Lakeshore, 4505 Birkenhead Rd. cash equity $38.40 per mo. 994 1 : Just for senoritas.
Mrs. Driver Ph. 8-5195. Odessa Drive Jax, Chief Town f" :
2 rm. furn. apt. Mrs. Platt, Ph. sel, Ext. 8330. r' .., '. <., 1\'e wonder what New Orleanshas
8-9011. 2 bedrm. bung., garage $1,850 and : t that Jacksonville doesn't have.
2 rm. furn. apt 1511 Barra St. assume G.I. mortgage $48.26, AlfJ : Seems- as though Lcdr. Harold
H.a Davis, Utilities Superintendent,
Mrs. Spurgeon, Ph. 8-2407. Chief McFadden Ph. 6-3301. r
3 rm. furn. cottage opposite NAS MISCELLANEOUSPassengers spends a lot of week-ends there
L Joe Wilson of the Telephone Of-
Yukon. Ph. 703
Orange Paik wanted fror.i vicinityof
Plainfield Ave. Mrs. J. Schulz. Riverside or 1st and WalnutSt. t ...' ........ .;(l.V I/ fice is so busy these days he'.

Share home with couple adults Hrs. 0800-1630 Ext. 8112 or 1 ."' "'$ ", >.,""r'...v even giving out wrong numbers. ..
only. 1319 Hamilton St. Mrs. Ph. 6-5189 after 5:30.: Frank A. ,( (c';, Juanita Lester of Administration -

Marchus, Ph. 8-3829. Powell. .. .'.....' )y/- "!' along with hubby Frank and

Single and double rms. furn. $5 Cecile Bowen will baby sit, 2142 .;... ....... ,' ..4h I']..... ,,... ." j their three children, are vacation-
week. Mr. Wolens 2719 ParkSt. Herschel ing in Atlanta.
per St. Ph. 8-1668, i'fh' '
Ph. 2-0087) Ride wanted from Main and W. \: Thought for the week: Many a

Two five rm. apts. furn. or unfurn. 38th St. to NATTC. firs 0710- << ,,,< ,, :: man gets a reputation as a conservative
Riverside 512 W. Adams St. 1610. T. O. Currier. : simply because he i ia a
Mrs. Palmer Ph. 4-0667. Experienced baby sitter. :Mrs. Hut- f. < ,:r. slow thinker.

3 rms. for single or couple 2601 chins, Ph. 2-7409. .::j Ces
Park St. Mrs. Bessie Houston, Riders wanted to share expensesto
Ph. 8-2770. Calif or any interveningstate. .srnt<,<. Ji Grey Ladies Begin ClassA

3 efficiency apts. 1650 Goodwin Round trip or one way class for training of
St. :Miss Houston, Ph. 8-3491. leave July 4. Call Burke, Ext. SKY LAB-Internal details of the Air Force's new research Grey
Furn. apt. 2854 Corinthian Ave. 575. plane the Northrop X-4, are revealed for the first time in this Ladies for work at the Naval Hospital

Mrs. Hay J. Miller. Found-Lady's wallet Sally Ann cut-out drawing. The fuselage is packed with equipment and instruments will begin June 12. Ladies

2 bed ran. furn. house Lakewood. Kniest. Apply OOD's office at for investigating flight conditions in sub-sonic speeds.Pilot's interested in joining can call Mrs.
9-5758. is reduced to minimum to allow room for scientific
Mrs. Truesdale, Ph. the Hospital. pace a Davidson, Red Cross Field Director -
Furn. rm., 2312 College St. Mrs. Two riders wanted from Collegeand equipment. One of the smallest planes ever built for the Air
Clark, Ph. 7-6249. King St. Hrs. 0700 to 1530. Force the X-4 measures about 25 feet from wing; tip to wing tip Naval Hospital, extension

New home, 3 rms., furn., J50 per Fred R. Kaufman Ext. 321. and about( 20 feet in length. 8119.