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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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June 14, 1951


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Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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I Tri-Tri TT111 "ii1Y HCL Catches Up

With Tenants oi

Navy HousingEffective

y August 1, 1951

,. ", I 111 x rental rates of low-cost housing -
at the Naval Air Station.

___ Dewey Park and the' row,8,8

housing adjacent to Dewey

r ? r d Et Park will be substantially increased k

the NAS housing office

announced today. .

Based on the basic allow ,,v

__ ,._, ___...__
_ >W. "''' -- W'-- >-- ahne-, ance for quarters which the
j I
OUTGOING STUDENTS-The latest outgoing draft of 207 men, having just completed training in Airman Preparatory Schoolsat individual tenant is receiving .
I NATTCenter, march to board a train for Memphis. Tenn. At NATTC Memphis they will be further trained in Class A Schools. the increase averages about "

. NATTC at Jax: is now graduating upwards of 1,300 men. per month. $12.50 more than the current .{.

rent being paid by; enlisted

J NARTU PilotsOf men occupying the low-cost ,

.-. housing. Z

VS-741 Hold Applicable to all Navy low'l I
cost housing regardless of the r
area in which it is located the

Anti-Sub DrillsPilots new Navy housing rent schedule a
is: for personnel receiving +%
$67.50 basic allowance who are '. ",
of NARTU's squad-I in pay grade, E-l through E-7 .
the rent for 1, 2 and 3 /'
ron VS-741 were on Naval Air Station Jacksonville Florida June 14 1951 bedroom : ,
VOL-9 No. 11 units/will be $30.00 $33.00, and
end of specialized
ceiving a I $36.00 respectively. For per- .

..... training course in an extensive sonnel who draw $85.00 a 'J .
anti-submarine warfare (VP-5 Chalks mouth for rental allowances :
operation held last week-end. and who are in pay grade E-l x :;
through E-7 the rental rate.for t
The exercise utilized the serv- Up Monthly 1, 2, and 3 bedroom units will .I
ices of five special hunter-killer be $36.00, $39.00, and $42.00. I
aircraft of anti-submarine warfare -
squadrons based at Quonset Furniture rental charges for 'I.
Flight RecordPatrol the row housing in 1
Point, R. I. Lcdr. James Smith, Dewey
will also be increased un- !
anti-submarine warfare officer of
the Fleet Airborne Electronics Squadron Five has der the new schedule. Furniture -'
in a 1 bedroom unit will
Training Unit, Atlantic, was officer joined the other record- cost $4.50 more than current
in charge of the exercise. holding squadrons based at rates an additional $6.00 will J'I

fi \. Extensive ProgramThe the Naval Air Station. VP-5 be charged for furniture for a t
training session consisted 2 bedroom house and tenants /
has just recently broken a
of extensive ground school lectures of 3-bedroom units will pay
for the pilots and demonstrations 15-month old East Coast $7.50 more for their furniture 'I'

.. in night searchlight record of monthly flight rental. .

1 flights Saturday night as well as time for a P2V nine-plane In the case of the unfurnished 1.

daylight flights on Sunday. squadron by flying a total low-cost units the rental includes -
Special aircraft, from units of JUNIOR BECOMES "WEEKEND WARRIOR"-When he be. domestic equipment t.
the Regular Navy, that were flownin came a "Weekend Warrior" at NARTU, Jax early this week, 17- of 1208.3 hours during the items such as heaters, cooking
the exercises included: one P2- year-old James C. McCoy, Jr., had the distinction of being/ sworn month of May. ranges, and refrigerators but i
V-4 Neptune patrol bomber equip into the Naval Reserve by his father, Comdr. James C. McCoy, Tops Old Record does not include utilities and ;
ped with latest in search radar of the ComFairJax staff. Young McCoy a recent high school grad services furnished directly to I
is Airman Recruit School at The old record set in March, .
and uate, now eligible to attend the the tenant by the Government
a powerful searchlight
two Grumman AF Guardians, the; NARTU.' Comdr. McCoy is well known in naval aviation for participation 1950, has now been topped by such as electricity, water serv-
fleet's latest carrier based Grumman in two polar expeditions with Admiral Richard E. Byrd. 200 hours by Patrol Squadron ice, refuse removal, and other I
Witnessing the ceremony on left is Capt. Raymond N. Sharp, Five. The squadron also toppeda services. '
bomber One of
record set bya
NARTU commanding officer. long standing
these, the AF-2W was equippedwith PBM squadron by over 100 Increased maintenance and i'
the "Guppy" type radar pod I Ie hours. labor costs coupled with the ,
under Its belly and the other, the current high cost of living,: are i
AF-2S with searchlight I Plan For Savings The familiar On Hie"MC"Move sported on reported to be responsible for :
the new Navy housing rent :
Hear Lecture1 VP-5 aircraft
I the tail of the
schedule, local housing officials
Team mates for the AFs were has been spotted in practically stated.
two Grumman TBM Avenger attack Bond Drive HereEfforts every part of the country, and ;,
bombers, .& TBM-3W with part of Canada. The local run- ti
the "Guppy" and a, TBM-3S, also I ways received an overload of
carrying a powerful searchlight. to boost participation in the Payroll Savings business from the VP-5: crews Weekend Warrior
Lectures on the latest features who landed long enough to refuel I
of the fleet's highly effective antisubmarine Plan will be undertaken at the Naval Air Station during the and catch a few minutes

warfare methods week of June 23, which has been designated Savings Bond rest between hops. Here From Peru

, ".r were conducted by Lt. Fred A. Drive week.In The recent recordbreakingfeat I I iI
Eide and Lt. (Jg) Richard D. the Bond adds to an already impressive
Schwartz of the Fleet Airborne endorsing, Secretary Savings of the Navy I needs." record of Patrol SquadronFive For Training Duty ;
Electronics Training UnitAtlantic Francis P. Matthews has declared Percentage DroppingBond made possible through fine I
which is located at NAS Norfolk participation among civilian work of all hands.Readers .
: "The Savings Bond pro S SC I Many "Weekend Warriors" !
Va. at NAS is
employees presently
gram has again become a'Ital : travel considerable distance to attend ;
49.5 to 67.5:
defense effort %, as compared a %
of the national
in the Guide their monthly week-end dillls :
Payroll Savings
Weather Outlook because it helps to strengthen
and stabilize the economy 'to Plan at this time one year ago. II at the Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve .1
The In order to boost the station's participation Classifieds .... .....Page 8
weatherman, for the bear the cost of defending our Training. Unit, but an all-
most part, has promised clear freedom. Every dollar saved today a person-to-person can Employees Suggestions Page 2 time record for travel distancewas
, and warm weather for the effectively fights inflation. vass of all non-participating employees Everybody's Dancin' ....Page 5 week "
j week-end with will be conducted duringthe .... I set this when Lt. RamonJ.
possible showers "Investment of a part of personal New Justice Code Page 8 I
some time Sunday. Hereis savings in United States Defense week of June 25. Rent Goes Up .. .. _.. ._Page 1 A Gibson, traveled all the way
the outlook: Bonds in these critical timesis I. Lcdr. Joe Williams NAS Administrative Savings Bond Drive ... ..Page 1 from Lima Peru to serve two

Friday Mostly clear and a patriotic act by which all i officer and the stat Scouting Squadrons .. ..Page 4 weeks of active duty with the Marine : .
tion Savings Bond officers, with *
warmer. Americans aid materially in
and can the assistance of John W. Car Shocking Treatment ...Page 5 Air Detachment of NARTU.Lt. .
Saturday-Partly cloudy building our strength against
warmer. Communist aggression, while safe son, acting Industrial Relations Six Bits _._......_.... ...Page 4 Gibson, born in Buenos Aires -
r'. Sunday-Showers and con ly accumulating personal financial officer, will be in charge of organization Sports .. .... .Pages 6, 7 .Argentina, and of graduate of }
the Alabama is
University ,
and coordination of
I tinued warm. resources to meet f U t u r eI' the bond drive.Commanding. Station Dialogue m .__ ..Page 3 spending a thirty-day vacation in I'

Officer : Swimming In River ...- ,Page 1 Jacksonville at the home of his

' SWIMMING IN RIVER HERE (Please Turn to Page/ 2, Col.Capt 4) I Washington Report .. Page 2 wife's parents. His wife is the
11' j' I ---- former June Wilson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Wilson, who
1c'c: live at 3654 Green Street.
oJ 1!
i. : '
If you are in the habit of exposes swimmers to every disease Served Here Before
j taking an occasional dip in harbored in human intestines tA Lt. Gibson entered flight train

..1 ., the St. John's River here, you plus many more. Among these A \ ing in 1943 and received his wingsat
should be interested in the river-borne diseases that could be i "Ii NAS Corpus Christi, Texas. H!
contracted by swimming in the St. ;1 became a ferry pilot on the NATS
results of analysis of the .
John's are dysentery, typhoid fever Ferry Wing and then was transferred
liver water recently conducted para-typhoid fever, cholera, to NAS Cecil Field, where
" .t by the 'sanitation per: and possIbly' infantile paralysis he met the former Miss: Wilson.

sonnel of the Naval Air Sta (polio), Following the close of the war rt'
he moved to Lima where he has
tion.} been the traffic office of
From several' points on the In samples tested, an average manager
count of 8300 bacteria milliliter Braniff International Airways, an
of per -
shoreline of the base, samples
American airline that domestic
river water were taken and bacterial (about the size of a large runs
counts made. These analyst drop of water) were found, the countries.traffic to Latin-American '
es' revealed that every one of the largest count was 400,000 per mil-
samples had more than enough liliter and the lowest was 900'per Volunteers
... bacteria to condemn the river for. milliliter. With eight bacteria- Lt. Gibson has volunteered for
swimming. free pools on the base, the ocean active duty and following his tour __of
beaches and the several city owned of duty with the local Marine Air ;.

Mot of the samples were so bad .and private pools, it hardly seems Reserves he will report to the
that they had to be diluted one worthwhile to risk one's health by '- ... Fleet Marine Force Pacific at

hundred time in order to count. bathing in th@ St. John's River. EAGER FOR TRAINING-Lt. Ramon J. A. Gibson, who trav- I MCAS El Toro, California, for fur.

the bacteria. These diseases enter by way of eled all the way from Lima, Peru to serve two weeks of active ther transfer
The city of Jacksonville, Green' 'the nose, mouth, or eyes so duty with the Marine Air Reserve here at the Marine Air Detachment His father is Raleigh A. Gibson ,
Cove Springs, and points in between wading, fishing or casting is not of NARTU, Is briefed on flight characteristics of the a United States Foreign Serves
dump raw. sewage into the In the dangerous category, it is FG Corsair by Major Julius Griffin, executive' officer of the 'de I icy Officer,' now Counsel. General' t
,*'f St. John's River, This practice reported. tachment.. It was Gibson's first flight in a Corsair in several years. at La Hore. Pakistan.


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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS June 14, 1951
r r Report From Washington !"

-:13 >' 1 ) IT I

I & 10:' I Court Members Named
Military Appeals
.J _"":IJV'" :

Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air ,

Station, Jacksonville. Fla.NAS JacksonvilleCapt. 1,737 Marine Reserve Officers PromotedIly I

Douglas T. Day Commanding Officer Armed Forces Press Service to the rank of colonel; 333 to lieutenant colonel ..,
Comdr. Porter F. Bedell .Executive Officer PRESIDENT TRUMAN recently named the major and 996 to captain.
Lt. Lorenzo W. Baldwin Public Information Officer three members of the Court of Military Ap- .
Fleet Air Jacksonville peals In connection with adoption of the uni- ELIGIBLE WOMEN with college backgrounds r
Rear Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery Commander form justice code effective May 31. The court may now apply for active duty commissions "
Capt. Allen Smith Chief of Staff will rank with the U. S. Court of Appeals, and including the grade of captain in the
Fleet Air Wine Eleven its function will be the review of courtmartial Women's Army Corps Section _of the Volun- ",

Capt. Jesse S. McClure ._.... ..... .. ..._.__ Commander judgments passed on Service personnel. teer Reserve. Successful applicants Will' be .
Comdr. Joseph B. Tibbets _.____..____ Chief Staff Officer ordered immediately to active jluty. Application -
Naval Air Technical Training Center ROSWELL L. GILPATRIG is the new As- forms may be obtained from the residence
Capt. Lester K. Rice ?.,__. Commanding Officer sistant Secretary of the Air Force. His responsibilities Army Area Commander. 1a
Comar. John A. Gamon, Jr. _.-'.-..__................ Executive Officer will include 'formulation and *
Naval Hospital general supervision within the Air Force of ALNAV 45: INFORMS N a v y personnel
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton Commanding Officer policies relating to the procurement and ma- holding permanent plans of National Service
Executive Officer Life Insurance and/or U S. Government Life ,
Capt. Guy E. Stahr teriel program; production, individual mobi- >
NARTU lization, supply, maintenance, transportation, Insurance that Part 1, Section 622, NSLI /' ;
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp Commanding Officer industrial security, command installationsreal Act of 1940, as amended by Public Law 23, .r
Comdr. Laurence D Ruch _Executive Officer estate, contract re-negotiation, and con- provides for the waiver of payment of the
tract cost of the pure insurance risk portion of
Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration appeals. any permanent insurance premium becomingdue

building. Phone extension 8184. THE ARMY Quartermaster Corps has initiated on and after 2 June 1951. Insurance on
Editor-Andrew II. Planey which such waiver is effected becomes non-
school of parachute
a new packing,
Staff Members: John L. Almond; Barbara Ricicman. SN; maintenance and aerial delivery. It will train participating while the waiver is in force. .
Gerald Hynes SN. Members desiring to waive premium pay- :
The JAX A1K NEWS u published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station.Jackjonvliie. commissioned, warrant, and enlisted personnelin "
Florida, and printed commercially with non-appropriated fund the new Quartermaster field of airborne ment may do so by executing the waiver application -
at no expense to the go*eminent and in compliance with NAVLXOS: P-33.withoutthe Rev supply and support at Fort Lee, Va. set forth in Alnav 42-51, modified as
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted ... a follows:
written permission of Armed Force Press Service. Republication of other ;
matter, except by service publications, It prohibited without permission of THE NAVY has rescinded the portions of (1) Omit vias; (2) Change subject to 'Wai ,
Editor. JAX AIR NEWS paragraphs 1 and 2, Alnav 69-50. Effective ver for Permanent Plan Insurance;" (3) Change ..
Nov. 1943 Copies are distributed free" of charge at the Naval Air Station, the .
Officers of Naval 3 to "In order to maintain the reserve \
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit. Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Cecil Field. and July 1, 1951, Commanding paragraph I'
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Reserve units will repossess all temporary issues and prevent lapse of this insurance, I will
the U. S. Naval Hosritai.Suggestions in kind of Government owned clothing, continue my premium payments at the present
in according with the instructions of NRMAL rate until such time as advised by the Veter-
Show Advancement 5-50, dated January 5, 1950. ans Administration of the correct amount of
the reduced premium (s) required under this
MARINE CORPS aviation observed its 39th waiver;" "
Employees If Alert Can Improve anniversary May 22. Founding of the Marine (4) Omit sections 2 and 3 of form. Complete ''
flying arm dates from May 22, 1912 when and sign form in duplicate. Forward

Conditions With Ideas. 1st Lt. Alfred A. Cunningham was desig- original direct to Veterans Administration,
Working nated the first Marine Corps aviatior.w Washington 25, D. C. Where premiums are
paid by allotment, duplicate will be forward-
Human History is the History of Ideas"-that statement sums THE SECRETARY of the Navy has approved cd to Disbursing Officer. Where premiums are ,/ \
lip the advancement of civilization through man's creative ability to Marine Corps selections of 1,737 Reserve officers paid by direct remittance, the duplicate will
improve himself and his surroundings for promotions. Thirty-two will advance be filed with the member's service record.

Were this not true, man to- type aircraft carrying various I ,
day would still be living as primi- types of armament which today is ,
tive man, huddled in dark, cold
one of our most important modesof
caves afraid to move except by transportation, bringing us 1 ee -end'
night for fear of destruction. Thisis within a few hours of any part of
evidenced by the fact that ani- the globe and which also providesone
mals such as horses, dogs and of our most important meth- (4'in
cats have been unable to improve ods of defense. yTu/I
themselves and are practically
The Naval Air arm provides the
still in the same state as they
at the beginning of time. majority of the occupations for ,
were the people of this activity. It is
It appears fantastic to us that only ideas of man that have ac- -r
we of this modern age could pos- tually resulted in the installationand
sibly be living as primitive man, establishment of our station.
but have we ever stopped to realize When new aircraft are bought YS.7U-In previous news re- '..
the progress made by man they are just ideas. ports from \VS-41 we have been dally
since the beginning of time. Numerous changes are made in able to report weather clear and the
, The cave man in his day had the original design from time to warm and ideal for a drill period. from '
no weapons with which to protect time, many of these changes being When the squadron assembled forts where 1
himself, no fires'by which to warm made by design engineers after regular monthly session the rons -
himself, very little clothing with the prototype, however, majorityof past week-end, the weather was R. E.
which to protect himself from changes occur from the ideas still clear but the temperaturehad Gainesville
the weather, and no artificial of the mechanics and the pilots passed over the hot side. that he
light with which to brighten his who maintain and fly these airplanes After set-backs, too numerousto seven and
:night. mention, it begins to look like born on .
VS-741 will qualify a few men as General ,; .,.
It Is hard for modern man to Improvements can always be Air Crewmen. George M. Buska, baby, f
that have occurred to bring us to content to follow the leader who ADE2, are expected to complete notified
cur present day where we have will not admit that this fs true. their training syllabus next month as an .
advanced from early man's first Man's most priceless possession is when they fire from the TBM turrets "Air ..
:known weapon, a tree limb stripped his ability to create, improve and while in flight. Theodore W. conducted
of its leaves and used as a think for himself. Every employeeon Wood, AN, is rapidly completing on June
club, to our present atom bomb. the job whether it be of a clerical his aircrew training, but will note
The progress of civilization is mechanical or of a profes- > able to qualify with the other
marked by many mile posts of sional nature is in a position to two men. Plan
ideas as can be realized by consulting improve his work or conditions .
our many history books. .existing within his department or All three prospective air gunners ( )
One of the most recent ideas I unit in which he is employed. were checked out on the use
which has affected the life of man The Navy Department's Beneficial of the drift sight last week-end Douglas
occurred at the turn of the 19th I Suggestion Program is designed by Lcdr. John B. McFerrin, a qualified dorsing
Wright had an idea that they the ideas of all employees com- Pilots attached to the squadron beginning
fly. Engineers wrote books few. Constructive suggestions and : course designed to give the .
ville has
and published documents and other Ideas are solicited from all em- them the very latest in antisubmarine toward,
data proving that it could not ployees and the Award Program warfare and tactics. An
be done and these brothers were is so designed as to provide the ASW demonstration team from the
people of their time. participate in this worthwhile pro- classroom lectures, and on Sat- be .
gram. urday evening engaged in a I
However they probably didn't searchlight demonstration out on dertake V
realize or wouldn't admit that itcouldn't There In. no reason why the Na- the flying .field. ,in
val Air Station Jacksonville a e
be done and to the amaze- can- Plan."
ment of the world proved their not be the first Air Station withIn A great deal of benefit was de- > '
Idea was right. Since that time, the Navy Department to.. rived from the activity. The spe :
millions of ideas have gone into achieve a 100 per cent participation -

the making of our present jetDIVINE in the Suggestion ITogram :,.. : : /1"
This "
course calls for team < :'
/ "'$ ;' ;' <;
and all employees must apply ; ;o-wt ;(i U :
themselves and must observe their i : :" :; I I
jobs and surrounding Jobs with a ; .

view towards improving, simplify- ..,, "
Ingeliminating or combining ,'
which inevitably will result in a 4 ;
THE STATION CHAPELS savings to the station whether it I ; \'
Protestant be tangible or intangible.

0030-Services. All Saints' Cha- Employees can plan to submitat ,
pel (Sunday School) least Beneficial Suggestion ?

0015 Naval Hospital Chapel. during .
1015-All Saints Chapel. : :
Seek Distinctive EmblemsJnd1ana.polL.

Catholic ., Ind. (AFl"8)Congress ,
0830-Mass, St. Edward's Chapel will be urged by The !
0930 St. Edwards' Chapel (Catechism American Legion to approve a )
Class). standard design for a Service Flag
1030-Mass, St. Edward's Chapel and a Service Lapel Button, to be ADDED PUSH-The J-57 -
0645-Mass at Hospital Chapel. displayed by the immediate families lowered from the bomb bay of a B-50
Mormon of all members of the Armed powerful turbojet now flying in the j
Wednesday-1830: ,-at Small ebapel. Forces serving during the' ('mergehcy above it Is carried aloft by a B-50 for tests

.. that started June I 25. 1950: for! the Air Force by, Pratthilney!

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_14. ,-1951-- JAX AIR. NEWS Page Three
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,J Station r Served Its Purpose


I Dialogue I Popular Aircraft Identification

("Station Dialogue" provides an: Quiz Provided Fun TrainingOne

opportunity for military and ci
,' ,'I" vilian personnel of NAS to voice
of the most
, their opinion on a question put to popular
; them Air Jax Air News, the "Aircraft
by a Jax News report
last week as experts failed to
''' er.).
t : : ..
.' Devised as an
',. Today's question in: "Do you would learn as well as earn, .
think you would be able to detect centive a $3.00 Mainside Navy
?, a Communist or a Communist .py inally slated to last only a /
4 :: In your everyday routine. Or, do the fancy of officers and men
;1 : you ever bother to observe for any six months.
,y such raJts?" .

.,' I i Duane Courter* *, AN* ,O & R: As evidence of the
Jax Air Intelligence Officer,
- "I haye never successful, stated that calls
I. known a Communist for aircraft recognition kits
,. and tom I because of the interest
; y knowledgehave contest.
neverspoken .
to one
I From what I In almost all cases the

;, have heard and aircraft they had added
read they are of recognition while
" tricky individu to the contests and that many
fj "" a I also I think it participating personally,
manuals to solve the contests
: Courter would be rath-

>,J fr" : er difficult to detect a Communist Directly and indirectly the

,Ii unless the person was really provided recreation, training,
pronounced..' only because it is deemed that :b.
jf |,,V- discontinued.
r being
. v. :Margaret Sikes, Navy Exchange I
I. .... ,' ,_ ,_ _
employee: "1 the

never go around Former PWs Give

looking forCommunists Survival Counsel | I

but I do thinkit
Chicago ('PS-A tin,can fora
would be difficult -
to notice stove a canteen pressure cooker !
and a handful of weeds are all
one. But
you that is needed to prepare dinnerin
can rest as-
sured that if I a Prisoner of War camp. )
These some of the on
are tips (
ever do meet
I \' ,, T ,..__'. __, survival from a recently published
, u"" nvu 'V"" of
\ Sikes booklet, "How to Survive in a
1 any time turning him over to the Prison Camp," written by American ) the
proper authorities. I can't see I the
Ex-Prisoners of War, Inc.
, \.... why any American born person I .
i Here are excerpts from the
can sell our people and country book: II
to be enslaved. But history has I
All meat It edible, regardless of
shave and still
proven many are
the kind of animal. Heeds and
.1 I
doing it. per-
tree bark have food value, too. di

Chief P. Crook: Fasron- The Army canteen is especially 20-
.. : .' good for cooking green things! to
.. six: "xes i prevent loss of vitamin content.A ;
think I could
little ruins a gasoline
sugar engine -
i, smoke out a making an excellent sabotage I
; person who wasa w eaj>on. ele
< '
Commie. I'
I A razor blade Is a handy flint I is
would gradually -
when matches aren't available.A !. i I :
into the I
; <:.. man ran drink, rook and wash 10(
. ,' .. subject of with just a quart of water a dayIf I; ser
I Ij democratic
" of life. N the.. he knows how (The United .

' F'X times out often States daily average Ube of Mater I with
M I per person Is 300 gallons) Reds'i -
" _. .. hi'I. a v
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VwVKAmerica One man under one blanket may : -
; and its policies. They freeze In cold weather but twomen I
', ; would denounce religion and the under two blankets have a I : ,
. J,,; r, '' two party system we have in Am- fair chance for survival ,
'', I''f.. erica. If at any time I do meet 1 .
* V{ ,' a Commie, you can. bet your life Vets Are First To Train I ,
It ,| .' I shall turn them over to the au- ,
r thorities." Under Public Law 891 I'
. .. <<"' I the
:" ". Lcdr. Charles W. Johnson acts Washington (AITS) A 17- :
:'.: ; : ing executive officer, NATTC: "I year-old South Carolina disabled
." veteran of the Korean fighting re- '
4\ have never meta ,
_. i
(, cently became the first in the U. '
( -t-ommunisi
: u
S. to enter vocational training un-
but I believe it I
r"' would be rather der Public Law 894, passed by / i, I

' "' difficult to Congress last year. ( )
1 r detect one. The Ralph r. lUacknell, of Clinton bat
' Communists today S. C. has! started on-the-job
: I change training In a cotton mill to learn as
) A A the trade of loom
J their methods fixing one of -
; i and policieswith I the most highly skilled operations I is
(., the trend in the textile industry ,( in
W,. It. of the times This law extends rehabilitation I '
: Johnson especially in the training to most veterans who re-

:,''!! United States. However, i if I personally ceived service connected disabilities the
... "',' knew of a single) person at any time after the out-
''Ii: ,.'i/t'' who had embraced the Commu- break of Korean hostilities. in

nist thought I would call proper A
: authorities" Shoulda Let It He! I
(11'n t a
: ", Okawville, III. (AFPS-When)
: ,, Johnnie C. McEntire SN, ComA two state policemen stopped their I
:.' A .. Fairfax___. : If I car to chase a squirrel the animal : ,,,
; { -. sine a person darted into the air intake of the
,;' and he or she car. It took the) officers two hours j i the
\ f f gave me any to free the wedged animal. I
,{ indication ij

'" of being a Com- C
\ munist, I would
"- '; i contact properauthorities.

'" ..
' :
1' :Just I can't be- :
t. lieve anyone
p' c
" ." (: who.has accept- (
"" DKEntlre ea the American ( ). -
ti'' way of life
c ,' to give Secrets to any enemy But .,,

it has been proven in our courts
;.. s that we have them in the United
States." :::

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Farmers' Argument

J Nashville, Tenn. ('l'S- 153
Farmers in this I
area are out to :
-i settle an argument. Some saypip' .
; i : tails curl right others say 59\

f, they curl left. So the farmers I -
are going to tabulate the direction .
' of curl in their porkers' tails. !M
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Never milk a cow during a A PASS AT PRINCETON- '

thunderstorm. The cow may; be gasoline from tip tanks while
struck by lightning and you d be carrier USS Princeton. The !
left holding the bag uted
heavily in turning back the a Lull. qaJL1nQ
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Fasron Nine VF-41/ Report

iDitS'Angelo I

Scouting Jacksonville Area SquadronsFasron

D. Zingaro, of the .
-- ._
Supply Department, who is Nine I r --
ture. deep" last week: and gathered up
being congratulated by the Eight more squadron mem- j a $25 contribution to the Navy
entire squadron for his pro- bers will have aworkable I The 13th game of the City I! Relief Society. "

motion to AKC, received the wealth' of knowledge in every League season for Fasron-9 was I Robert A. Garvey, AN, departed \0
nod this week as "White Hat phase and function of the played by the Raiders recentlyand recently for the U. S. Naval CLOSE CALL Marine Lt. ; .
proved to be prophetic. To School, Academy and College Fred Fees, Jr., points to wherea
of the Week.
when the lat-
F4U-;) Corsair the other team that is, for the Preparatory, Bainbridge, Md.foran Communist bullet entered his ,.,
Zingaro, who Is 28, married and est class in the familiarization Raiders blasted out a 12-8 victoryover eight-week course in academic_ head (photo left) and in the :.. ;;
the father of three children, has photo the right indi-
training program held in Cecil Field. subjects. Upon successful completion on he '
now completed eight ;years in the the training building i I i and Three new men who have been of this training, Garveywill cates where it emerged. These J'
After his naval pictures were made four days
Navy. beginning
career In 1943 in New Jersey, he sponsored and conducted by welcomed into Supply are Leslie become eligible for selectionas after Lt. Fees received the in ,
Jr. AA Thomas Ma- enlisted NROTC candidateand
Coventry, ; an :,
from recruit Naval Aviation Mobile jury.
graduated trainingat the honey, AA; and Gerald Chandler, will attend the University of
Newport, R. I., and also attended Training Detachment, from AA. Lee Edwards, SN, alias "Ed- Minnesota, located in his home

"A" Storekeeper Schoolthere. NATTC, Memphis, is com- dy Amold," is enjoying his new town of Minneapolis.
this week.A guitar tremendously and is responsible *
bent to Brooklyn for four pleted for the melody issuing The first round of VF-41's golf 4--
months of duty, Zingaro was then change in command which directly from the Supply Department.Jack play-off was completed on the :station -
transferred aboard the USS Ariel affects Fasron-9 became effective Atherton, AK3, is on leaveat green last Saturday. Leading
for 13 months duty, and later saw last Monday morning. KenK. his home in St. Petersburg, Fla. the field to the finish was Lt.
action in the Philippines, at Eni- Olson, AN, tendered his resig- Delbert Carl, AKAN, who is TAD (jg) Dick Allen. Following closely SALTY HUMOR FROM
wetok and Okinawa before being nation as administrator and manager from VF-14, has returned from was Lt. Dick Cogswell, in sec- HERE '
ordered to Argentina: of the squadron coffee and .
Georgia, where he spent some ond place with Comdr. Charles
It was during the three ;yearsin sandwich bar. time visiting friends and makingnew Ainsworth and Lt. (jg) John Sullivan
Argentina that Zingaro met Floyd R. Crawforjd, SN, has Acquaintances., Car trouble tied for third position.The A recruit in a World War I cav-
alry troop told to report to
and married his wife. Duty with been appointed to the position though, nearly spoiled his entire standings came as no surprise the lieutenant.was"Private Rooney "
and promises to dispense his \enture. "" to the for the
Fasron-Six was started in Febru- squadron said
the officer, "take my horse
ary, 1949. A year after reporting wares without reservation in anyway Suddenly halted by a flat tire handicaps were assigned by Lt, down and have him shod."
Zingaro took the competitive except, "No clean cup-no on his auto while on his way to (jg) Dick Allen and Lt. Dick ,
For three hours the lieutenant -
exams for chief. His new rate more cawfee." the Mainside Hospital, Richard D. Cogswell. -.
will become effective June 16. | Excellent medical care and the Dettmen, AMI, flagged a passing On the basis of the first round waited for his horse. Then, impatient 1 "1

Homer I>edom, AU1, hat re- promise of liberty has returned truck and thus managed to arriveat scored, new handicaps will be assigned ? vate,Rooney he sent" he for said Rooney."where"Pri-is
felted orders to to VFS3. Irwin: Zuckerman, SA, to supply the hospital before a 6' -pound for second round partici-
report I that horse I told to have
: Harrison J. Kaper, ADS, received (after a bout with the measles. baby girl was born to his wife pation. shod?" ;you
his orders also but Mill I "Moving" Carlos Smelley, AM3, Ardella in the wee hours of a Enjoying a few days of annual "
only kuitch hangars when he I I has moved again. In the past six morning last week. leave are Gorge P. Fournler, "Omigosh! gasped the private."'
reports to \VA-85! I months, Smelley has lived in so The girl and mother are doing AMI; Darrell E. Jones. AEAN; "Omigosh! Did you say SHOD?
many (5)) apartments in the metropolis fine while the father has been John Bonacorsi, AN; Marvin L.
After spending 27 months in of Starke, the City Council busy exerting himself passing out McColough, AT3; Roy D. Quite, "Well", what are you yapping ''
Fasron-Six Phil J. Pearl, AM3, is about? said the weary old sergeant -
: contemplated naming him the customary cigars. ADAN, and Dominic F. Delorenz-
transferring to VS-22 Norfolk, trying to get his offspringto
as the official "Apartment Trier- is, ADE3. Delorenzis' duties as
Va. Before coming to Fasron-Six, Outer and Breaker-Inner." VF-41 enlisted instructor are now in the sleep.
Phil spent six: months in Mem- Thomas E. Norton, Jr., SA, and William M. Schooh. ,AD2, one of capable hands of Ralph D. Ul- "Daddy, I want a drink," an- J \.
phis, ,
attending school. Robert E. Haines, SK3, spent a the outstanding pitchers in Intra- rey ADE1, and Munford Rhett, *swered the child.
Bradley Kidd, AN, has returnedto good: part of last week out on the mural play, has tossed away his ADE3.A Replied the Sarge" "So do I.
Fasron-Six and duty in the Ordnance golf: course, working out kinks in pitcher's glove and set sail for steak supper at the Skeet! Now go to sleep. ...
Department after completing their play and are expected to post NATTC, Memphis, TAD for a Club last Saturday evening I .\0.
his TAD assignment to P. T. some. laudable scores in the fur" course of instruction.The brought together the officers, The captain was lecturing to a
class of officer candidates."A .
Mainside. wives and guests of VF-41. The new
squadron naturally regrets
Gerald L. Webeit, AD3, former ... .....,...- losing him for the remainder of choice cuts were procured by down 40.foot," he said.flagpole"You has have fallen a
Fasron ping-pong champion, is the season but with the capablearms Comdr. Ainsworth and cooked to boatswain and a'detail of 10 men.
leaving the Navy for his old job of Dean Williams, ADE; Vin- perfection by Ensign Vincent Kap- How do you erect the flagpole
in civilian life. Webert, who Is cent Wallace AA, and Leonard tur.Donald again?"
In a reserve status was recalled Morgan, ADE2, still available, the A. Walden AOU3, has The candidates thought, then
to active duty in November, 1P50 i i VF-41 team is determined to con- been transferred to VX-3 for duty offered suggestions about block
(Friday the lath: ). I tinue their gruelling pace and re- George A. Rusinko, ATI, has and tackle derricks, and so on.
I tain the top rung in the American also left the squadron and is now "You're all wrong," said the

Ladies League. attached to NATTC, Memphis, as skipper "You'd say, 'Boats, pet
Auxiliary E Squadron personnel "dug down an instructor in AT School. I that flagpole up'."

Plans InstallationAt I I PAIR FROM NAT::CENTER TAKE Mother (to son just back from -', '

a regular monthly meeting the wan: "Hello -Cookie! Sure r
held) Monday, June 11th glad you're home!"
Unit 91,
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Fleet Reserve I d'r HONORS IN AM'Vhen TEUR( CONTEST Son: "Why do you call 'Tne"
Association made final plans t. I Cookie. You never did before.
for installation of officers.It _. Mother: "Because you've beena
down in --- ---- -
things quieted "
wafer so long.
was announced that there will t.t the town of Fernandina last Friday i gun Boogie".

be a joint installation with Branch t a capacity crowd celebrating The contest was Braun's first Sign over a cuspidor in a hotel:
91, Fleet Reserve Association at the Fernandina Fiesta had awarded appearance here but Doggett has "If the atom bomb strikes, jumpin
the DAV Hall, 16 East Duval St., first and second prizes in an "hacked at it before," appearing here. No one has ever hit it

Thursday, June 26 at 2000. All amateur show to Richard Braun, on both stage and radio for the yet." ..., ..
Fleet Reservists and their ladies : AA, and Ralph Doggett, AA, of NATTC. ..,
are invited to attend.It NATTCenter's Airman Prep The Fiesta is an annual thiee- The best years of a man's 'Ufe
was reported that arrangements I School. day event! which marks the opening are before he stumbles and Mrs.
have been made for the The two last minute entries 1 of the Fernandina Beach. 11
Southern Regional Caucus of the 1 were supplied by the NATTC public It is sponsored by the Lion's Club A gentleman was surprised
Ladies'\ Auxiliary to be held in information office at the request and the Fernandina Chamber of when a strange young lady; greeted -
the Seminole Hotel, August 18, I of the NAS Physical Train- Commerce. The event was markedby him on the street. Sensing her
with Unit 91 as hostess. Mrs. r- > ing and Recreation Department.Braun a series of parties and spoiling mistake, she apologized, saying
Harvey Miller is caucus chairman, a tenor, copped the top events. "Oh, I'm sorry. I thought you
assisted by Mrs. Wilson Sande- I A19p1 award with his rendition of "Too were the father of two of my chil
The amateur show had a field dren.
Young, a currently semi-
fer.Officers of entrants For winning
to be installed are: classical ballad. Doggett placed thirty-five I She walked on while the gen
the contest, Braun and Dog tleman looked horrified. He didn't
president, Mrs. Harvey Miller; with a self-accompanied guitar- 1
vice-president, Mrs. G. F. Sullivan LITTLE"DAVID-!Meet "LIt- vocal presentation of "The Shot- gett were presented with prizes know she was the first grade
tle David the the Fiesta Committee.
; secretary, Mrs. Hugh Dun- Army's giant by school teacher. -
36-inch mortar, which be -
can treasurer, Mrs. D. B. Irvin may
; .
capable of firing atomic artil- ;
chaplain, Mrs. Frank Lodesky. lery shells now in the processof Tests Furnish
Board members
: Mrs. Fred
being perfected. Immensesize

Frank Fannin,Alford Jr., past, Mrs.president Douglas; Mrs.McIntyre ''I judged of the by new comparison weapon may of its be H-Bomb Data ....

Mrs. Barney VVilcrewski, lofty muzzle altitude with men
Mrs. Newman Willis. I standing near.TESTING II Wa..hlngton1'OI'S( ) Successful I !!
new atomic tests that contrib-
uted new data to thermonuclear,
EASIEST POSITIONSFOR or hydrogen weapons, has been
reported to President Truman in
I a joint statement by the Atomic

] PILOTS IN SPEEDY JETSfrom fense Energy Department.The Commission. and the De- Mt1R

Another era is about to pass two side rails. --The pilot tests were conducted by

in aviation j could adjust the netting to fit :;Joint Task Force 3, commandedby
Air Force and Navy jet pi- his length and bulges. A jaw Lt. Gen. Elwood R. Quesada, a
Jots have found a way to reduce rest made his head comfortable. USAF. They were held at Eniwe- .\:3: .
fatigue and increase speed. He worked three controls with 1 tok and furnished data in the .
They are eliminating the sitting fields of biology, medicine and radiology "
his hands and two .others with I : .M
position.The '
his feet
b e
Air Force has tried the I I The program also included comprehensive ..4. 1.

belly position while the Navy The prone position, the tests : measurement'! of blast .t.W: .
has been using a swivelchairin disclosed, requires less space in and heat effects on structures, aircraft : ..
its operation. Both are still and various other objects. i
the cockpit and permits development I' :
experiments, but either will per of aircraft with a slim- ; )
mit faster and sharper turns and mer silhouette Thus a higher I i Plastic Naval Ships < o. .

avoid "blackouts." speed may be permitted by reducing I Seen As Possibility (" '..:'
drags. .
Tests conducted at Wright- A chair that swings back I White Srtlphur Springs, W Va ..t. : I: w. '.f '
"" Patterson AFB, Dayton, Ohio, from an upright position aj the (AFPS)-The day of steel ships '. ::
with an F-80 "Shooting Star" plane goes into a turn- is the ia passing and an era of plastic : ,
Albert Light- ... .. 1 I ,. :,.
tighter jet showed improve subject of the Navy's experi- ships is dawning, Dr. --- << '' '
ment. The pilot withstood gravIty ment. The controls t eW fof the. chemistry di- AMATEUR SHOW WINNERS couple of last-minute entries "f.
pressure more than twice the pilot's hands .wtngtwt, ,* Ct Labics from NATTC, Richard Braun, AA, left and Ralph Doggett, ,'i ;-
the normal rate received "just works automatically. ; AA, right, stole the honors at the Amateur Show program during :.' ; :..
sitting", they reported, and the increased gravity i soon the Fernandina Fiesta held last week at the Beach town. Tenor .
:without aftereffects.The ., causes the pilot tq bland .masts, Braun won first prize with his rendition of "Too Young," while ; 1 i -.
F-80 was rigged with a times it swing to/ and hy'cesels Dofgett placed with a guitar-vocal presentation of "Shotgun ;

nylon netting bed that hung ,i I pilot.) ) ,(API'S). 'w Boogie:' 1 ..
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June 14, 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

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.HE'S IN FOR A SHOCK-George Murphy, IIMI, obligingly I
demonstrates, how a patient undergoes the "shock treat-
ment" under Itlti Hydro-Therapy apparatus at the NAS Dispen- 's
/I IriJ III/tf t'By sary Hot and cold water, in fine sprays, controlled from panel I 3v
desk, as Lt. John McAllister, right, shows, results in "shocking"the
patient to normalcy. This method is used on persons suffering
ARTH MURRAY nervous disorders. It has various other uses-one, a good "shock-
ing" for those who have over-imbibed. t+

ii, Famous International Teacher of the Dance
LESSON 11-The Tango PromenadeThe -...... .. ....-. .

1 Rumba came from Cuba and the Sdmba from Brazil, we
will study the Tango-a gift from the Argentine.The .
Americanized version of the Tango is a very. simple ballroom
dance which you should have no ;
trouble at all in learning: The ber in the Tango walking step--- ,' 45.HL& !:
steps are somewhat similar to the Promenade: {
those used in the Fox Trot and 1, Place one foot directly in

Waltz. front of the other and turn the' :' .' .
In the Tango, the man begins toes out. 2. As you step forward '} '. / : I
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each new step with divided his into left foot.slow with one foot, bring the other /., ...,. ..... :;... k 0:'" t
The steps are
foot forward after it with a long .. :. <.
The slow .
and movement.
quick easy motion. Swing the shoulder .
step takes about a second, and is
N opposite to the forward moving
1 given two beats of the music. The foot in a forward direction. (Left : l '
I for- >: ,
.. foot forward-right shoulder
/ ward, etc.) '

Xow practice the Tango Prom-
y r enade as follows, studying dia- _
grams accompanying this article:

1. Walk forward slowly on left -i "'
foot. 2. Walk forward slowly on
right foot 3. Step forward quick5 .

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""OUICKl"t'WITit FORWARD It's Quite Effective VA Insurance

.. t I I'" LfF'T 2.FOOT 'Shocking Treatment' Snaps Patient Plan Outlined


\ ( I: RIGHT SLOWLY FOOT ON I I Back to Normalcy With Fine SpraysPersons I veterans Washington and present(AFFS members)'- Eligible of -.

rorlenade Ot I the Armed Forces may apply aft-
,\. I I I suffering from LESTER GRAFF, HM3, and er discharge for the new postservice -
quick step Is twice as fast and is 1. nervous disorders or tempo- Glenn Hoberg, HN1, attendants cf term insurance provided by
given only one beat. This slow- 1 WALK SLOWLY FORWARD 0"I I rary mental elapses can be the machine, recall a recent case the Insurance Act of 1951, the
quick variation is what gives the : LEFT rOOT temporarily readjusted witha in which a sailor fell into a tub Veterans Administration has an-
Tango a great deal of its Individu- 'fJ of solution of lye and was rushed nounced.No .
and charm. : "shocking treatment" at the medical examination will
ality I I I II under the sprays. He was quick.
There are two points to remem- I I I II NAS Dispensary.A ly revived and relieved from ex. be required for this Insurance
: :RISEON harmless looking machine treme pain as the solution rapidly *

Arthur Murray Says I TOES called a Hydro-Therapy apparatus washed off his body with little ill To be eligible, veterans must
q, tS'TAATfDIA"AM is the "gadget" which offers effects. have been entitled to indemnity
1. Don't expect a happy home VI"WAIID. the relief. I The "shock treatment" as administered protection under the IndemnityAct
life if you dance onre with your p o"$'oort The person coming In for treatment by the machine can of 1951 and must have been
wife-and then park her for Is placed at the extreme end also be used on those who have ordered into active service for a
the e\enlng. ly with left foot. 4. Step quickly of a 20-foot tiled-lined corridor over-indulged in the quiet sportof period in excess of 30 days. This
2. Don't keep apologizing to with the light foot, diagonally to under a built-in shower affect. He : "elbow bending." From all reports includes veterans ordered into
r a partner. When you make a right (se'e diagram). 5. Quickly is sprayed by water forced out in : it is quite effective in such active service whowere in service -
mistake' say, "I'm sorry," but draw left foot up to right, no a fine spray, which by means of usage, with the readjusted victim on June 27, 1950 and those
just say it onre. If you protest weight on left. Pause one beat. controls, may be hot or cold, or no less the worse after his entering service after that date.
too often, someone may The girl's part is as follows: extremely hot or coid.31ED1CALLY | 'shocking treatment." The Veterans Administrationsays
believe 3'on. J veterans need not
S. Married couples shouldn'tdance 1. Walk slowly backward on have served in the Korean cam-
this Backfires
foot. 2. Take a long, slow speaking itself the
together the whole eve- right paign ; required service "
ning. The way to do It gracefully step backward on left foot. 3. method results and dilation"in alternate of the blood constriction Auburn, Ind. (AFPS-County) anywhere in the woild will i

fo to, change partners Step' directly backward quickly, vessels of the skin with stimula- commissioners refused a petitionfor meet this 1 eligibility requirement -
with right foot. 4. Left foot diag- of the law.
with another couple. to left 5. Draw tion of the nervous system and more money to hire deputy .
onally quickly.
" 4. Don't forget that the best perspiration causing loss of fluidthrough sheriffs. So, Sheriff Frank Carpenter
foot to left, quickly no
for IN the up The second
position( dancing the skin." Another words, requirement is that
used his to
same all for walking! keep weight on right. the treatment of hot and cold wa- prerogative veterans must apply in writing
erect. Practice the step for 30 min- "shocks" into swear in deputies. He swore in to the VA within 120 days after -
ter the patient ie-
:5. ()on't clutch jour partners utes. I IS"nt I the county commissioners, who separation from service. The
hand too firmly. You --: 1 covery. now must serve without pay. application must be accompanied -
may not know jour own ( Wt't'lt': Kl Sharon I I by the correct premium payment -

strength! And, girls, don't Tango. Plus more Dance flints, : Taylor Honored .

take a death grip on the poor Etiquette of the Dance, IMiMra., : The new insurance is In ths
man'a thumb. You'\e got liliii form of a five-year level
tions and drawings). As InstructorAt premium
safely hooked for the dancehe Top term contract that is renewable -
can't get an ay! Copyright 1951, by t every five years at tha

Arthur Murray. Airman SchoolThis. premium rate for the then-at-
tained age.Applications.
for the new- insurance -
( Is the fourth In a continuing c properly filled out and
series of article featuring accompanied by the required
the Instructor-of-the-Vkeek In premiums, are to be forwarded
k the Airman Preparatory School) I to: Central Office, Veteran

at NATTCenter.) Administration Washington 25,
Instructor-of-the-Week in the D. C.Bessette.
All man School at NATTCenterthis t

week is Lonnie M. Taylor, Heads Scouts
AMC, instructor in the hand tools '

phase. ;. :' I Ward Bessette, ADI, of Over.
Ue was selected for this honor ,' haul and Repair department has
by his phase officer, CHMACH been named Scoutmaster of NAS a
James H. Buchanan, who says of I sponsored Troop 131. relieving
him, "Taylor is a valuable man to ,." """ Bill Harkins, AOC.
have in the Phase. He is consci- Officials of the troop gave high
entious and methodical, and can praise to the retiring Scoutmaster J
be relied upon to do his teachingJob who raised the membership ,;
in a thorough and efficient from 22 to 37 during his term. "'Ii
manner." New Scoutmaster Bessette has ;

.. Taylor himself is convinced of planned an extensive schedule 1
the value of Airman School trainIng for the Scouts for the summer '

He declares: "One of the months. .:
great improvements in aviation
technical training since I've beenin + Robot Lifeboat Seeks

the service ,is the Airman
Out Wreck Scenes
School. When I was in boot camp,
we were apparently picked at Dalton, Ohio (API'S) A
random for aviation duty. Also, '< I radio -, controlled lifeboat that t
we had no choice as to the typeof can be guided to a wreck scene
"A" School we would attend." and held in place for survivors to w
Taylor, too claims that whetheror < .r \ board has been developed by the
not they stay In the Navy, the ,< .;w.,..' Air Force" at Wright-Patterson i
knowledge of the proper use of ', ..... y.." AFB here.
to 1 A,1' The boat U controlled from
hand tools will be important a
men as individuals.The -M,.- Z plane flying overhead. Known IM ,

Chief hails from Cullman, DAYTONA DOLL Pretty the A-3 lifeboat, it is all metal
Ala. He entered the Navy at 30 feet long, and powered by a
demonstrates the
Jean Belden
Birmingham, Ala.. in July 1941. four-cylinder, water-cooled en- '
INSTRUCTOR Lonnie A. Taylor AMC selected as I + A
I proper pose for the young lady It 15 and
I Instructor-of-the-Week at NATTCenter's Airman School, demonstrates He states that he may retire to gine. can carry persona
Richard Nichol AA threading ,of a stud. The the Jacksonville area at the end about to go for a swim at. Daytona can be dropped to survivors, by a L M
to student
.' "
4... t 100-ft.. .
k I of his Naval career Beach, Fla. parachuI ,
session is part of the stud block project In hand tools 'phase.

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r wti Started Baseball At Eight }



By Armed Forces Press Service "Scouting is not exactly the

Most successful baseball pitchers possess some attribute i \ 1sM soft touch fans think it to the regular shortstop for the Bob-
makes them'outstanding: Maybe it's a blazing fast ball, an unusual: o bies during their tour of Japan In ...
curve, a knuckler, slider or perhaps a sizzling sidearm delivery whirl: II be, says major league base- 1925.: During its tour the team

fools the batter. It's his particular stock in trade. ball's only woman 'scout, Ed- played in exhibition trays with ..

The ith Houghton, now servingas college teams. r.
II $.11) fine .
ordinance! provided a *
n t Eddi; e WAVE in Uncle Sam's
I. a
at hard labor for
and 30 days
"Edle's not
Lopat at the Naval Air Station playing days were
f a nkeesouth anyone "convicted of beingbaseball a Navy confined to girls' teams alone. She

player" How Jacksonville. played on various men's teams in

paw, seemst time hare*changed. *! +C A scout with the Philadelphia] and around Philadelphia, includ-
o be a Phillies before being recalled to ing the Fisher; AA's. While in the
bit different Bob Boyd, giant Negro first active duty in April of this year, Nayy in 1942 she played with the ri .
Eddie, sacker who's tearing down PCL Edith Houghton now serves as Navy men's squad in Washington,
who had fences with his hitting, is being Chief Storekeeper at Small Stores, D. C The capable "Edie" has

o ackcd u p groomed for the White Sox next at NAS. She was in the first performed for such all-girls' clubsas I

t r eightJtralght year Bob Feller, Cleveland group of WAVES to be sworn into the New York Bloomer Girls, I
is the only active major league the Navy in 1942. Passaic Girls, and Hollywood Girls '
pitcher with a lifetime aggregateof and in 1938 the Renault r
wins be- How did "Edie" become base managed r
fore losing, more than 200 triumphs. -1a ws ; ball's lone woman major league Champagne Girls' team at Egg

reliesa I Rudy York, erstwhile Detroit O scout? It was through confidenceand Harbor, N J.

,+w S r g e 1 yupon first baseman, is now slugging the a "good selling job" to Bob In 1939-40 she was playing

prac- apple for Youngstown of the Middle Carpenter, owner and general manager of the New York Rover-

Eddie:: Lopat tic allyneedle I Atlantic League This is manager of the Phillies. "Edie"applied ettes who performed at Madison
Casey Stengel's 41st year in base- personally to Carpenterfor Square Garden against outstand

point control. He figures it's a ball. 01' Casey, New York pilot a scouting job in 1946, was ing teams of the country.

bad day for him if he walks more broke into pro ball back in 1910 given a trial, and in 1947 was put *

than two hitters. The hitters Conrado Marrero, sensational ;; 8 on the payroll. She served with
think they're going to kill him because Cuban righthander with the such illustrious talent searchersas Before being called back' into
Senators is said to active service with the Navy, she
he doesn't seem to have .g Jocko Collins, Joe Labate, Eddie
much. But they're always off balance be near 40, although he claims to Collins, Jr., Sy Morgan and was covering her native Philadel- "..
phia for
area, the Phillies.
swinging at his motion. be only Joe Reardon. ,
He uses a screwball curve, slider and soft drink vendors *
and fast ball, but the differ- When she approached Carpenter
ence is he throws them all with hare beta barred from for the job, the Phillies' own- Scout To Appear On
Briggs Stadium, home of the
the same motion and usually gets er and manager had already
Detroit Tigers, because fans objected Two Radio ProgramsEdith
them all over the plate. One Am- heard of her exploits on the dia
often blocked
erican League hitter sums it up they mond. "Edie" has had quite a Houghton will appearon
their line of vision You
quite adequately as follows; "You WOMAN BASEBALL SCOUT career in baseball, and later In the s ports program aired \
go up there thinking you can belt have to go down to the concession -The only woman scout in softbalL by Fred Schilling over WJH1 '" nM

everyone of his pitches. But you stands If you get hungryor major league baseball, Edith "Edie" started her career ((1320)) Friday at 1815 and will
thirsty at a Tiger game.The lloujthton, SKC, now wears be interviewed
always find yourself cussin' him at the tender age of eight again Saturday
as you walk back to the bench, the uniform of the WAVES with the famous Philadelphia Bob night during the Jacksonville- ", ..
matter of switching the StV J.
Softball team here. who
Montgomery John
because he's hitting at game by
got you bies, girl baseball team, '"
Louis Browns baseball franchiseto
into active
his motion Instead of his pitch." was recalled service MacLean over WPDQ (COO).
Milwaukee isn't as simple as recently, is a scout for the shortstop. The Bobbies used an
.. might be implied by all the hulla- Philadelphia Phillies. She's had all-male battery when they playedin
Something new has befit add baloo in baseball have exhibitions against all-men .,.
on the subject Four ma- quite a career "
ed to the American Association "Scouting has its odd angles,
jor steps are necessary before' ing started when she was eight. teams. At the age of 13 she was
this season two bespectacled says the major's lone lady scout.
such deal could be consummated
catchers! They're Clint Courtney a "A lad playing right under yoyr

Kansas City, and Dick Morgan as follows: very nose, one who you don't think .

(, Columbus, both of whom clubs(1) Unanimous in the American approval by the o & R Hands HospitalSeason's has it, is suddenly signed for a
work with I the aid of glasses. League; bonus by another club, and then 1
(2) approval five
by a majority ( )
Back in 1874 it was against the again one other youngster you
law to be identified 8'i a baseball of the clubs in the National; ((3)compensation pick for stardom turns out to bea

player in Marietta Ohio An to the owners of the First Loss "lemon." Contrary to the belief
Milwaukee club Boston
( Braves)
------ ---- --- --- scouts don't 'find' stars-
and ((4)) compensation of the American t
stars are made, not born. .
Ladies Beginners Association for the loss of ..., 1
the Milwaukee franchise. Mighty Hospital has fallen! ..steadily improving Overhaul & Edith now performs behind the 1i J

Links Meet BeginsFourteen i Repair crew pulled the year's b iggest/ upset in NAS intramuralthe plate for the NAS WAVES softball -
Softball competition by handing Naval Hospital its first set- aggregation, and her presencehas 1
ladies have qualifiedfor Tars back of the year, 3-2. The medic:s had won 12 straight before the already been felt. <(

the ladies' beginners tourney Oppose defeat. > i ,.. ,
slated to get under way this week. I Hospital, however, maintainedfirst Carlin of O & R upped his bat- I
The beat five out of nine holes CardsBen place in National loop ting average by rapping out four the losers. I II

were selected as qualifying scores. Tigers, standings with a 12.1 record, for four off hurler Orchenbonn Tretter was the winning pitcher -' t
while VF-41 continues hold Moon collected two for three to
Leading the qualifying scorers and Poole the losing mounds-
I' were Harriet Toof and :Marie Geraghty's JacksonvilleTars down the top spot in the American lend a hand to the winners. Or- man. 3l
return home Monday night division with a 11-1 record. sulak led the losers with two sin-
Sourbeer with 23. Others
I quali- for a week's home stand with the VP-10 outlasted Fasron 10 17- t
The Hospital-O&R fray was a gles in three times at bat. Winning -
I flying were Joan Olson. 25; Alice Augusta Tigers and the Columbus it 14, in an error filled game, with
scorcher. The Overhaulers won pitcher for Overhaul and
Snag, 26; Fran Sims, 26; Vivian
Cardinals. only half of the scores earned.
in the last inning on a passed ball Repair was Moon. Archebonn got
Coleman 27
Pat Barnes
; 31 Jo- J
; Enjoying of their best
one sea. by the catcher. the loss. Todd and Walsh each bangedout
ann D-Orsay, :32; Sue Johnson, 32; sons in many years, the hard Paul Franke held the vaunted Photo Lab its second I three hits in five times at the J (
Lee Culver, 32; Jackie Hanke, 34 won game to
; hitting Tars take on the Augus- Hospitalers to four hits while plate to lead VP10. Pressler and
by downing FAW 11, 1714. Or-
Marianne Cogswell, :35: ; Ginger tans: Monday in the first of a Ben Kissee was touched for five sulak had a perfect day at the I' Bitty scored a pair of doubles t5t
Adams. 35. and t5rI
Phyllis Bain 39.
The ladies will be swinging, three-game The Tars open series.a four game set in suffering his first defeat of. the plate in getting three safeties. cause.apiece to help the Fasron 109 1tl

away at a rate of two rounds year. Hinderlighter was the big noise 3
with Columbus
per the improved Thor Carlin led the winners for FAW 11 getting three for of June 8
Standings as :
week until final
winners i are I I Red Birds next Thursday. All with two hits, while Franke aid four. Archebonn was credited

crowned. I night frays commence at 2000. ed his own cause by slashing outa with the win and O'Shea was AMERICAN .f

timely single. Westwood paced loss. W L
charged with the
PISTOL TEAM ENTERS STATE the Hospital squad with two bin- VP-10 Trips FasronIn I VF-41 11 1 s

gles. the American League, Fas I VP-5 7 2 tlC
If VF-921: WinsO ron 6 blasted 1st Lieuts., 2313. : Fasron 6 S 3 J

CHAMPIONSHIP MEET AT TAMPA & R kept up *its runner-up Unearned runs were once again VP-10 7 4 h
pace by smothering VF-921 Mon- the main factor in the contest. O&G 6 4 H
day. Lillicotch and Bessette form- Dudley led the winners with four Fasron 109 6 6 > :
J Out to win its first matchas chosen made the highest scores '.
for the 4 9
ed the battery hits and four runs scored, while FaetuLant
a group, the Jax Navy pistol in shooting competition among ers, with the former being tagged Din man of the 1st Lieuts. led 1st. Lieuts. 2 8 SlCI'

f team will compete against the club members. for nine hits. Herring took the losers with three doubles. i Mar. Air Det. 1 11 CIh
The men who will attend in-
the loss for VF-921, being touched Bulot the route for Fas-
r other top-notch shooters at went NATIONAL 'I
elude John H. Lucas ADC; M/
15 swats. Spang and Kas- "
for ron 6 and got the win. Owen was 1)
the Florida State Pistol Sgt. James F. Brogdon Alfred Hospital 13 o
1 ; ser of O & R paced the stickers charged with the loss. The 1st 12 2
1 Championship, to be held C. Johns ADC and Chief String. with three hits apiece. Lieuts. took a forfeit verdict from O&R 8 4 IIe,
and er. James T. Carney, AOC, will Other National League games Marine Air Detachment. NARTU
I;. Saturday Sunday at 8 7 CV
alternate. These VA-859
serve as an men VF-921
last week show from Fae-
Jf played VF-41 walked away 7
Tampa.The .
also represent NATTC, Fasron in real thriller, Supply 1
edging VA-859 a tuLant, 2613. in a high scoring
t' local club is slightly more 109 the Marine Barracks, and 1413. A late inning rally by VA- spree. Clusters of runs in three FAW 11 *6 I 3(

\' than two months old. It was organized VP-861. 859 fell one run short as pitcher big innings gave VF-41 the ball VF-921 6 9 ftV
!t' last March by Major Halleman of VF-921 bore downto game. Dick scored six runs, col- Mar. Sec. 4 T
j Frank Richard, officer-in-charge, Ordinarily, the shooters practice pitch himself to victory. lected two doubles and two sin- Oper. Photo Lab. 2 190 b

I and Robert S. Stringer. AKC, assistant at the station range every Halleman had a perfect day at' gles to lead VF-41. Hirser gar- VP-741 .
j ,: officer-in-charge. Monday, Wednesday, and FrI- the plate, rapping out three safe- nered a pair of doubles to pace .
i 'f Despite the group's youthful. day from 1115 to 1300. However, ties. Barnes also collected three ,

b ness, the team members have the team has practiced every day for four in the contest. Jachumled Tennis ,
proved themselves good shootersso this week in preparation for the the losers with four hits in Still Time to Enter Tourney;

-- good in fact, that they are match.In five tries. Bevin registered three
the tournament shoot this for five to help the losers I
considered "marksmen
above the week-end, the team will participate Halleman _twirled the win for Action to Get Underway Monday ,.'
in 16 matches three
requiring VF-921 while Bush was charged
During a practice session this different caliber pistols-.22, .38 with the loss for VA-859. Entries are still open for the 1951. station, tennis tournament
week, Chief Stringer commentedon and 45. The Jax shooters lire Overhaul and Repair won its which begins- Monday on the courts adjacent to the WAVES barracks jnD

the team's potentialities for qualified to fire all three caliber second game last week via a for- and all prospective competitors are urged to,enter the tourneyas
the week-end event. He felt con- pistols. feit over NARTU. soon as possible so( pairings; be drawn up. rj
fident about the team's ability to When the team first organizedthe VA-859 Triumphs Anyone interested can registerfor h.
Len Curtis Leon
rate high in .the.match.. membership roll listed four VA-859. in another game, came the tournament play by call champions Wilson, and are Leslie Smith,, all of L,
names. Today fourteen men regularly out on top in an action filled tilt ing extension 395.
"It's hard to say whether we 96. of top tennis whom played on varsity
attend team activities. Of with Operations-Aerology, With an array tl
will definitely win," he said. all the members, four attended Big guns for the winners were talent eager to hit the courts, squad which successful this year tennis racked record up "--, trcl
"But we have a precision team. other tournaments, .while two Niemic and Collins, both coming this year's tourney promises to the )
:: In fact, the average team member others-Chiefs Stringer and Lu through at the plate with three be a crowd pleaser from the of any NAS squad.In hI

:, is an outstanding pistol shot. cas-once competed in the Na- hits in four times at bat. Smith opening serve. Top seeded will addition to providing top

So I would say, considering tional event.In gathered three hits in four timesat be Owen Williams, last year's grade entertainment for sport n'
) these factors that the team will August, the team will take bat for the losers. Bush was singles champion and Larnerd fans this year's tourney is ex- 8(
make a good showing." part in the regional shoot which the winning pitcher and Sourbeer Munoz, "Who just recently teamed pected to bring out hidden ten- aj

ikG: Fourteen station personnel are will be held in Jacksonville. The took the loss for Operations-Aer- with John Ross to annex the Du- nis talent which can be utilizedon

". members of the team. However, team also will participate in the 01010" val County doubles champion-' the varsity team next year. t
,y. only five men will represent the national match which will be Photo Lab split in its two out- ship.. Depending upon the number of L
group at the pistol tournament in staged this autumn in San Fran Ings for the week, losing the first Expected to provide plenty of entries, the tournament is ex- J b;
Florida's Gulf Coast city. The five cisco. to Overhaul and Repair, 113. competition for the defending pected .to last at least a week. I.




June 14, 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Seven



1.I .

I LinksmenWin I Who Completed- Unassisted TP? I LeodsUnchonged In

Over 'Tuxent Either the Jax Air News with the correct answers were

'I. sports quiz is gaining in pop- Ed Shea, PN3, of NATTC'

Jax Navy's links team brought ularity or else the questionsare Marlie Fleming, DT3, NAS ITT Softholl Knee

I the season's record to nine wins becoming easier-whatever Dispensary'; Lawrence Os-

I in 12 starts by downing Patuxent the reason, there were more borne AOC, VP-5; Mrs. Violet The story remains unchanged In NATTC intra-mural softball

, River, 35-10 last Saturday at NAS answers to last week's quiz Johnson, NATTC; John Sea- action with Airman Prep School Ship's Company and Airman Prep
before. Walt Ad-
than ADC
Patuxent. ever ger ; School Students holding sway in the American and National Division -
SA NATTC Bill Pow-
r Correct answer to last week'squestion ams, ;
Saturday's' meet found Bill nlav resnectivelv.
AD2 NARTU Arthur La.
"What athlete ers, ;
was -'ii iiin havocas
Foulk and Wright North teamingup again played
nicknamed the "Wild Horse of gasse, A03, NARTU; Richard were rained out, son with 3 hits'in <4< times at bat
to down Tony Grego and Harry many games
the Osage"-was Pepper Mar- Spencer, AOl, NATTC; Henry to be at a later date. led the attack for the Marines.
Baspette, 6-3. Don Harmon NAT
Hunt Arthur McGinty
and Leo Marchel were outdone by tin, fiery former St. Louis Car- TC; C., A. Mahone, DMFleet) National League games of last ANP) downed AO Ship's Co.,
dinal star. saw the First Lt. AO Stu- 18-1, on a one-hit pitching performance _
Barrow and Pumply ,of Pax, 9-0. Air Wing 11 and Walter Kost, Monday
Ken Sutton and Bill Baker com- Two men deadlocked for top Shop 8184.0 & R. dents, AK "A" School, AE Stu- by Peng, while Supplyand
bined honors, while a woman em- This week's is again dents and the Marine Students Material took the measure of
their efforts to down An- query
ployee at NATTC copped the victories.The Aircraft Maintenance 26-7.
derson and Connor, S',4-1%. Frank on baseball:
Govern and Stu Reed came out on second prize. "Who is the only man ever to 1st Lieuts. coasted to an Friday ANP) Students of the

top over Heyworth and Forber William Simms AMC of complete an unassisted triple easy, 16-10, victory over the Dis- National League subdued their

.. 7-2. VP-10 and Jack Piva, ADI, of play in a World Series game?" pensary Medics as Pappy Daven- arch rivals, the 1st Lieuts., by a
I. Dick Moody: and John Adams NARTU were in a dead heat No answers will be accepted port hung up his third victory of score of 8-6 in a well-played game.

scored a 5-4 win over Art Nehf for first place honors, while prior to 0900 Friday. The the year for the Lleuts. Frank Fleming of no-hit fame,

and Hoak. Dave Sweeney and Mrs. Reggie Faulkner employee first correct answer gets two Gene Guziak did the twirlingfor hurled the victory over Alf Schu-

Gray clinched the meet for the of NATTC Physical free tickets to the Jax Tars the Medics and took the loss. dell of the 1st Lieuts.

locals by downing Grabouny and Training office was right be- home games, while the second Karbum and Liend each collected Both pitchers had a shaky first
hind for second honors. winner wins a full course meal three blows for the Medics, while
Johnston 8 &-!&. inning as the Students scored 3
Among the earlier callers chit at the civilian cafeteria. Giavelli, White, Beck, LaRue and times. Highlights of the first inning -
Muetzel also collected three hits
for the Students the 3-

Navy Netmen for the AE losers.Ship's Co. Wins run homer by Russell Holmes deep

r Fliers Victorious In Five AE Ship's Co. and the Marine into right centerfield.

Students a battle Vinnie Venezia also blasted a 3-
put on scoring
'( Fail I in Finalsof with the Marines finally takingthe run homer for the 1st Lieuts.
\ Venezia's homer was one of the
game, 17-16. Stang gets credit -
Of Last Six Encounters for the win while Cornett takes longest hits this year in intra-

Tourney the loss for AE Ship's Co. Highlighting mural Softball action at NATTC.
the game were home runs The win for ANP) now puts
, After getting as far as the semi- Showing steady day-by-day improvement, Jax Navy's Fliers hit by Marr Lubmski and Rossof them 2>a games ahead of the sec-
finals and finals five Naval Air have found the hot weather to their liking as they reeled off five AE with Goodnow and Howeof ond place 1st Lieuts.

Station netmen failed in their wins in their last six starts. the Marines also blasting for Supply and Material Matted AO

bid for Duval County Tennis Thj Fliers go to Keesler Air the circuit. Lubinski collected 4 Ship's Co., 14-3, with strong man
Force Base at Biloxi Miss., for a Becker pitched three hit ball Vic Stone
Championships held last week- in racking his seventh win of hits to gain hitting honors. AO chalking up his sixth
end at Jacksonville's Boone Park two-game series Monday and up win of the season.
Students won forfeit from Ath-
the Spinks took the loss for on
Courts. Tuesday before coming back year.
letic Recreation.AK League standings as cf! June
Making good showings in themen's home for a pair of titlts against the losers, giving up five hits. 11th:
"A" with sensational
The twin killing made it four Ted
Charleston Navy June 22-23. National
singles division were Barksdale on the hill, downed first League W. J.
Len Curtis, of ComFairJax; Leon Monday and Tuesday, at Cocoa, Fliers straight this wins over Patrick by the place ANP) Students, 5-3, in a ANP( ) Students ..... ........13 3

Wilson of VP-741; Owen Wil- Fla., the Fliers swept a two game season. thrilling encounter Winkle suffered 1st Lieuts ............................11 4,
exhibition with
In the -
. t Hams and Leslie Smith, both of series from the Patrick Air Force Fernandina an Seasiders!game' last Fri- the loss for the students. Marine Students ................10 3

NARTU, and Larnerd Munoz, a Misseleers, winning the first one day at Fernandina, the Fliers Barksdale notched his 11th victory AK "A" School .................11 5
Weekend Warrior in a tight pitcher's duel, 4-0, and AE ........ ..
at NARTU. walked off with 13-3 verdict. to become the winningest Students ........... 9 6
Wilson reached the finals. romping away to a 7-0 win' in Six singles and a a double gave pitcher in the NATTC intra-mural Medics .*...............................8 7

of In the preliminaries, Smith the final. the locals five runs in the fourth play. Barksdale allowed but 3 AE Ship's Co. .................... 7 8
vwon a set from Lanier, 6-1, 6-0, In the opening game, the Fliers inning. Single runs came across hits while Winkle allowed 7 hits. AO Students ........................ 5 10
but lost the second set to Munoz pushed a pair of runs across
6-1. 5-7, and 6-1. Smith won two, in the- second; frame when lanky the plate in the second, third, Tuesday's American League American
Bill tripled to left fifth and seventh frames. The games were rained out as were W. L.
sets, one from Sumner French Ziegler eighth and ninth frames saw the National League Wednes ANP( ) Ship's Co. ............_15 0
Coughlin reached first on an er- frays on
and the other from Jack Towney. and Fliers posting twin scores. day. Supply & Material ... ..........11 5
Ziegler coming home
However, Munoz: won the last set, ror, with, Lose to MacDilj Personnel Personnel ..............................11 5
Karpinski came through asmgle. Triumphs
6-3, 6-3 63.WUson. Becker again got credit for the Thursday action In the Ameri- Marine Air Det. ................ 7 8

Upsets Ziebe Another single tally was addedin win while Bunch was tagged; can League saw Personnel, Sup- AO Ship's Co. ..................:. 7 9
Drawing a bye in the first the seventh when Wilson tri- with the loss. Faustyn, Becker, ply, Material ANP) Co. Athletic & Rec. .................. 6 9

round Wilson defeated Robert pled and came all the wayaroundwhen Coughlin, Karpinski, Saundersand and tHe Marine Permanent Ship's Dental ................................. 4 n
Gunn in Party
r .. straight set the in second the quarter, 6-1, 6-0.round A third baseman Hussey let Wilson each collected two gain victories Aircraft Maint ................. 1 15

was taken from Richard Clarsonby the throw-in get by him. The 'hits in the Fliers attack. Personnel with Don Konz on .

Wilson. In the semi-finals, he Fliers picked up their final run Last Tuesday, the Fliers bowedto the hill blasted AthleticRecreation -
MacDill Air Force 9-3 at Tam-
nosed out Andrew Ziebe, 10-8, in the eighth. 40-9. Personnel collected 29 Sport Shorts
The winners
3-6, and 6-2. Gushanas Wins pa. scoring was con- hits in the fray off of Don Funk,
fined to three innings, but provedto
Williams-Wilson Lose. Gushanas had complete mas- Red Harriss and Pete Arwood.
allowed be more than enough to down Bud Wilkinson, coach of Okla-
tery throughout the game and -
The finals saw Wilson gain the Funk takes the loss for Ath-Rec.
first set, 7-5, after winning six but four well scatteredhits. the Fliers. Konz in hurling his first game of homa, and Indiana's Clyde Smith
Two singles, a pair of Fliers lunched together in
McCombie was on the a
straight games. However, he lost the year also did some fancy stick
errors and a double netted the When finished they calmly
mound for pick-
the second set 6-0 and the de- work
by bashingout six consecu-
found the hosts three runs in the opening ed up the tablecloth and startedto
The second game
ciding set, 6-3, to John Ross, of tive hits.
frame. A pair of singles, fielder's leave The irate
Jacksonville. The Fliers scoring in every frame but ; proprietor let
victory marked The Marine Permanent
choice and three-bagger in the Party them keep it when
three. The first run came acrossin a ; he discovered
Ross' third consecutive
year 'of the second frame on three sin- second pushed three more runs downed Dispensary Dental, 11-5, they had covered it with football
J. winning the singles title. for MacDill. Their final as Griner notched another victory, plays.
" gles and a sacrifice. A walk, stol- across
The doubles Wil-
playoffs had third his 7th of the campaign. Degraw
in the
three ona
en base, wild pitch and an error runs came *
son champions and Williams paired against, defending Smith netted the Fliers another run in single, double, walk and an er- took the loss for Dental. John- The University of Michigan

In one set and Munoz in another. the third. ror.After scoreless for with the Fliers final, tally. long renowned as a football power -
Three walks, a fielder's choice going seven what with its recent high
, The two W's in easily upset their and a single pushed a lone run full innings the Fliers came to Righter who went the distancefor scoring clubs and Fielding Yost's
opponents the first two sets. across in the fifth. Single runs life momentarily in the eighthto the Fliers and took th
In the quarter finals, they defeated were registered in the sixth and do all their scoring. gave up 10 hits. Forbes took the only 4 points in the entire sea-
Smith and
Clarson. 6-2. 6-2. seventh and a pair of tallies in Coughlin and Saunders openedthe win for MacDill. He was touched son back in 1881.
Ross and Munoz
then faced Fannon for nine bingles. .
the eighth concluded the scoringfor inning with singles; ,
Wilson and Williams. It took but in with Rightfielder Jim Coughlin witha .
minutes'or the Fliers. Wilson and Gush- brought them a triple,
30 for Ross and Munoz patting to the smother ball anas poled out triples to lead the and a long fly to deep centerfieldby triple and two singles pacedthe It's already too late to get tick-
Fliers. Ziegler sent Fannon home Fliers. ets for the Notre Dame-Southern.
Wilson and Williams, 6-1. 6-1.
I Iv Methodist football
at South
The former two had won the doubles game
Bend next October 13.
crown in 1948.Waves '
I Notre Dame ticket manager
announced that there will be no

Post public sale of tickets for the

game because all of the space j is
being reserved for alumni and

1951 reason; ticket holders.
League Win *
,.. Rocky Mountain (Coastal Plain),
NAS WAVES scored a smash- has signed Tommy Manctte, a

ing 12-5 triumph over Curry one-armed pitcher who was born

Thomas Hardware Tuesday at without a hand or wrist on his
Brentwood to start things off :! left arm. A native of Long Island -

right in the opening of second S New York, he has been
half play in the Girls' City 3 playing semi-pro ball with a record -

League. of 28 wins and 11 loses over
Skip Sinko hurled the win for three years.Pete '

the WAVES, while "Edie" Houghton Gray one-time outfielder

... handled the backstoppingchores. with the St. Louis Browns who

Callahan was the losing lost his right arm in an accident (
burler, being tagged for five hits. was the inspiration for Manette

Friday night the WAVES who to become a pitcher
now have won seven straight, -
seek to continue their streak, SPRING CUP WINNERS-Winners and nnenup-ofiheSprin Cup links tourney held recently Gibbons \
and Gene
' against a foe yet unnamed. were presented their awards in ceremony last week. Left to right are, John Adams win- Tommy
ner of the first flight and Spring Cup champion; Bill Rusk, second flight winner; Jerry Morrison Tunney were the only two fighters -

t Babe Ruth led the American first flight runner-up; ;Martha! Rusk, runner-up in ladies' first flight; Comdr. Porter F. Bedell NAS I to go the full route with Jack

League for 11 years In drawing executive officer who made the presentations; Anne Clarke, winner of first flight and ladies Dempsey when they fought him
winner of fourth fllfht. for the championship.Page.
and Norman O'Bryan
J ? bases on balls.. champion; Jack PlTa second flight runner-up ,
VI. -


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( offering for sale articles -

of property such as washin Accused Serviceman Fairer Treatment
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prohibited by found in civilian courts. forms of general, special and
regulations This column -the Articles for the Government I
The accused man receives summary courts martial are
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Seaboard Ave. Mrs. Crain, Ph which govern the Army and this court. ing justice are given to the .
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McCants. Ph. 2-1497. cles except where incorporatedin where the death penalty is The pre trial investigation: ..rNAVY
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In the of the
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contained in. the Naval death penalty, the of listed man may request that a
Furn. 2 rm. apt. $12 per week, were the United States still has the third of the trial court mem- CORNERThe
St. evenings. Discipline Acts of 1866 and
Apply 2767 Lydia final
1884. The original articles of say. bers be composed of enlisted
H. C. Bickner. On the whole, penalties privilege non-ex- ..
1775 had been several times personnel last business meeting oo
Single rm. with or without ga- amended the statute lately in which can be awarded by istent in the Navy before. the Navy Wives' Club No. 86 was
St. Mrs. Hag- courts for the various offenses .
2811 Forbes ,
rage. it votedto
force being that contained in held on Junq.8 when was
adorn, Ph. 2-3043. the Act of June 4, 1920. have changed very little. Punishment In the General Courts Martial hold the next social meeting
Will share 4 rm. apt. with girl: The new governing articleis will be of two a person comparable to aFederal Saturday, June 23, at Kingsley
under 25 Miss Turnage, Ph. 2- known as the Uniform Codeof kinds: The court martial and Judge is called a law Lake;

3382 after 5 P. M. Military Justice (UCMJ). the non-Judicial. In the Navy, officer and will be an officer All members and Navy Wivesare

Single rm. 2312 College St., Mrs Supplementing it is the Man the tain's latter Mast.replaces A the Cap who is a lawyer, but has no urged to attend the next busi-
ual for Courts-Martial United voting/ authority Five or more ,-
Clark, Ph. 7-6249. ness meeting Wednesday, June
Officer's authority to administer
Single rm. 4349 Irvington Ave States, 1951. confinementhas officers, not necessarily law 20, at 1930 at the club house in ,
punishment by
the members of the
yers are
Mrs. Holloway. Ph. 2-2219. been greatly reduced. court. Dewey Park, when all details will ...
Under the UCMJ's provisionsare
Will share home, 4760 Ortega; governed the four branches The prosecuting counsel, called be discussed.
Newell has
Mrs. Elliot\ reportedthat
Blvd. Mrs. J. P. .Atkins, Ph. 2- the trial counsel must be a
of the Armed Forces-Army. Listed in the code are some several donations for the NotNewShop -
8614. Navy, Coast Guard, and Air new punishable offenses. One, certified JAG lawyer. The. defense had been received during -
3 single rms. 2601 Park St. Mrs. Force. In other words thecode's completely separate from AWOL counsel appointed for the the previous week. However
82770. serviceman-will be a lawyer so
Houston. rules and regulationswill is "missing movement, more help and merchandise are
2 bedrm. unfurn. nouse 1745. work the same in the four which entails the failure to certified. The serviceman may
needed to keep this project going.
Hilltop Blvd. Mrs. Thigpen, branches.The board a ship, aircraft, or unit also bring in a civilian lawyerif For information call exten-
Ph. 9-6257, between 1700 and new governing system is before it departs. "Misconductas he so desires.Servicemen sion 8286 or 368.Graduation .
1900. designed to give the accused a prisoner of war while in charged with minor exercises for the
fairer treatment. In addi- the hands of in timeof offenses receive legal safe
an '
Lge. rm. for business couple 2318 man enemy at the Wives' J' ''
Park St. Mrs. Buckland, Ph. 7- tion, it gives the service man war" and "drunken or reckless guards under the new code's kindergarten held in Navy their
5516. who is accused of an offense a driving" are two others. provision, but not all those Nursery were
Widow would like business ladyor legal protection similar to that The Army and Air Force aforementioned. 5th. \ classrooms Tuesday, June

couple to share home. Mrs. O

Dorman, Ph. 2-3808. The 3 olds of the '
New Jet Lingo year junior ,
Furn. 4 rm. apt., pvt., Springfield class, conducted by Mis. Nell
Mr. G. D. Herndon. Ph. 6-5916.

Lower 2 bedrm. apt., also garage Wick Trimmers To Boil Scarbrough with, contributed and to recita-the
apt. 3 rms. Mr. Becker, Ph. 4- Spark Up tions.program songs

8170 4-4416.
Rm. and or board. Park and Ingle Sheppard! Am, Tex. (.'AFPS foparkIll to boll OperateJet Children of the senior kindergarten -

side. Mr. McManus. Ph. 2-8850 Jargon is developing the engine UP to wide-open. under the supervision of

Rm. for couple in Lake Shore. rapidly into a technical lan- 1'anlc rack-The pilot's ejec- Mrs. Walter Bedard presented a

Pvt. home. Mrs. Gregory, Ph. guage understood only by the tlon seat. variety program. Certificates of
promotion and certificates of honor -
2-2122. initiated. The console. The control
4 rm. apt. 3684 Hedrick St. Mrs. We welcome Lcdr. James L. were presented the children by
which has knobs
For instance, might panel so many
you the Mrs. Lin-
Nursery supervisor,
Seymour,. Ph. 2-0766. Darnell into Public Works this
"Trim the and switches it looks like a con-
a pilot ,
say de
Furn. house. Mrs. C. H. Thomp week. Lcdr. Darnell is assistant Forsyth.
Hicks and to boil Bole 6rgan.
spark up Kindergarten registrations for
son. Ph. 8-2355. officer in charge of constructionand
Wanted, couple to share home we hope he enjoys his tour of The Jockey is In the" panic Wkk Trimmers. Jet me- the fall semester are now being c

with working lady; furm Mrs. duty here at NAS.Maintenance rack and ready to go. chanics. accepted at the Nursery. Parents '

McClelland, Ph. 2-2819 before reports that some Interpreted it means gun the Aft section The rearward who would like to obtain copiesof

11 A. M or after 8 P. M.. week of its vacationers are back. We're engine as a quick check prior part of a jet plane. It can be the pictures taken during the

days. glad to see Ed Magonigal: who to the take-off, and open It removed to allow access to the programs are asked to make their

3 bedrm. unfurn. house Lake just returned from an enjoyabletrip aide, because the pilot is in his engine. selection at the .Nursery..

Forest Manor. Mr. Harten, Ph. to Marble Head, Mass. ejection seat and ready to fly. Dog bone-The front mount *

6-8758. Herbert Nelson, Joe Geissmann, Here is a brief glossary of :3f a jet engine, named because The Nursery is happy to report
FOR SALE Lester Rountree and Howell Ti- some of the newer Jet lingo: of its shape. that the new playground is almost -

3 bedrm. home, $1500 without son said the trout were really Trim the Micks-Gun the enStiff knee clip -- Ground completed. There are swings,
kitchen equipment, or $1,900with. biting at Titusville Beach. gine as a quick check prior to locks installed in the landing a slide, a large sand pile with .
4856 Irvington Ave. Lake Sam Fritch just returnea froma take-off. gear. clean, white sand, picnic tables, ..
Shore Terrace. J. H. Benson, quick trip to Pensacola and of course, plenty of fresh air.

Ph. 2-8734. Glad to have James Sumpter back Oh, Come, r\ow Lady TraMc Thanks go to Chief John H.

27 ft. aluminum house trailer after a recent operation Ifuntington, W. Va., (AF'PS- Powell, of the First Lieutenant's
Mr. Earl,'luck. Ph. 2-0492. Charlie Pate is improving since While drafting an anti-noise or- I division for the wonderful work he

3 bedrm. house, 3750. Elsie G. his operation. Doc Cochran is im- dinance, City Councilman Ed- I Violations and his men have done.
Rt. 4 Box
4142 ,
'Copps, Shop Road ,Jax Fla. proving and we hope he continuesto ward Lee's phone rang. A woman Listed below are the traffic violations Inside the building a new ventilation -
Collins ,
287, unfurn. do so. wanted to know if the bill would committed aboard this system has been installedIn
2 bedrm. 1 year old the main bedroom, which
$1,000 cash equity, $38.40 cover barking dogs. "Certainly. station for the period June 1 to pro'l'Shighly
i house, Drive Jax. Maintenance has said a fond Later, the same woman called June 7.Slleedlng. satisfactory in keeping the
per mo. 994 Doris Wallace who and asked "Could make it air cool and circulating. Cooper-
Chief Townsel, Ph. 33660.MISCELLANEOUS farewell to : you : J. W. Lancaster,
i worked in the P&E Section. Dorisis illegal for pigeons to coo?" MM1; E. J. Begley, ADE3; F. D. ation of the parents Is requestedin

sitter 627 Edison Ave. Miss to be married June 17 and will Dowden, AL3.Involved .. bringing a towel marked with
Baby ,
Emma Herring. Ph. 4-3248. move to Kentucky. We wish her dy recov ry. in Accident: R. L. Ar- the child's name, since the children -

Experienced baby sitter. Mrs the best of luck. Frank McKinleyis Willie Dauphin now has a pri- rington DKCF; L. P. Teasley, have to be washed before
i Hutchins, Ph. 2-7409. vacationing with his family at vate office to transact his busi- HMC; R. W Schulz. lunch and supper and again before -

Ride wanted from 5 Points or Half Moon Lake this week.In ness. Lost Station Tag: S. Sims. they go to bed.

Riverside vicinity. Hrs. 0730- the administrative divisionwe Thought for the week: Don't Again parents are asked to ob-

1610. Mrs. Reed. Ph. ext. 8220. were glad to see Juanita Les- cross the street until the way is Sign on a California seaside serve nightly closing hours more "..
Two riders wanted to share ex ter bask l at work Monday aftera clear. It is better to be a patient home: "To rent-one-room apart- strictly. For any information
penses, driving to Minnesota,, nice vacation at Atlanta Ga., pedestrian than a pedestrian pa- ment. No bath. Suitable for an about the nursery please call the
leaving July 11. Call Dick and Jacksonville Beach. DOQ, t artist.., supervisor, extension 368.

Schroeder, ext. 210 or 207,.0730 Melsdheimer of the Records Sec- :. .

to 1530.Leaving tion is vacationing in Vicksburg,
for Buffalo, N.. Y., June Miss. Lt. (OR) R. W. Mix and his

17; .have room for 1 to stare family returned to the Station Y .
expenses. Contact Fred Anderson last week after spending some

c/o Eastern Airlines, Ime- time in California.
son Air Port. *
Lost-Black and white cocker It must have been the rainy \

spaniel,* 3 months old. If found season in "sunny" California for
contact Summers, ext. 618. Re- Lt. (jg) Mix did not return witha
ward. nice tan. We welcome Dorothy 'r

b Driving to Los Angeles in near Yoakley into the department this
future. Have room for 2 pass week. Dorothy is working in the

engers. W Abramsky. Ph. 6- Contract Section. '
4454. Bess Nail of Housing is Vacationing )
J this week at her home in

Famous USS Shangri i La Orange Park. Jeanette Riley of
Utilities is on leave this week and

Rejoins Active FleetSan you can bet your bottom dollar
she's fishing
Francisco (AFPS) Although .

the was in combat less James Bridges and Tom An-
l than a year before the end of dreu returned from vacationingin
World War II, the 27,000-ton aircraft Miami. Tom reports the night ,
carrier USS Shangri La spots were really in full swing(, > I '
holds an enviable record. Her especially when he arrived. James ,

planes shot ,down 383 Japanese only says the temperature was 87

.aircraft. degrees. Mathew Grundig, chauffeur
Commissioned in September is vacationing in New York _
1011, she. became a part of the City.
Navy's hard punching Task Polak, leadingmanauto -
Force 58, carrying the offensive mechanic is in the hospital, HAPPY DAY-The month of June is dipl ?ma month everywhere and these children of Navy

t.. the Japanese home Island recuperating from a heart at- I personnel get in on the honors. This happy\group of youngsters reeeived honor certificates I
the Junior class of the Kindergarten' at the Navy
in mothballs 5th for completion of their first semester Yn,
Shanjrl La was placed tack. Employees of the Transportation June to the senior class.. .'
i him Certificates of promotion were presented
in 1943. Division wish 'a spec- Wives Nursery.

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