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Jax air news
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July 5, 1951


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, ." Morton Downey Head


USO Show Here July 11

Service personnel at Naval Air Station Jacksonville will be served generous slicesof

Broadway and Hollywood entertainment next Wednesday, July 11 when Morton Downey. -

famous singing star of radio and television, brings his specially organized USO-Camp .

Shows unit for a one-night stand *

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The show will be presented from based on the station. listeners than any entertainers In
the stage of NATTCenter Auditorium I Featured on the Morton Dow- the history of show business. He:
ney Show will be the original has almost continually been heard
with curtain time at 2000.
Three Stooges, headliners In the on his own starring broadcasts
I Admission will: be by tickets comedy field; Yvette, popular and since the days when radio was
II only with the tickets to be pro- petite song stylist; and Helene and just a novelty. In addition, hp<

t"1 .t]> f.i.. .,. .- I rated among. _. personnel. of. all units Howard, the comedy dance team. has been featured in most of the(
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Music will be provided by Car- top cafe and night clubs.

SHOW HEADLINERSThl' men Mastren and his orchestra Pleasantly insane are the Three!

year's biggest show comes to Stooges. They go crazy at regu-
the Naval Air Station next The appearance) here at NAS Is lar intervals to the delight of
Wednesday Headlining the all- one of a six-weeks tour which will fans. In real life the Stooges are
star cast of the USOCampShow cover Army, Navy, Marine, and Moe and Shcmp Howard and Lar-
is famed radio-telfvision Air Force installations from New ry Fine. Larry Is distinguishedby
singer Morton Downey lower England to Florida The unjt will )his fuzzy looks; Moe by his
left. Also on the program will be on the road continually until naive bangs; and Shemp by his
be the hilarious Three Stooges, July 13.Downey, I long straight locks.
top, famous comedy team; vivacious and Carmen Mastren's *

Yvette, songstress, orchestra, which accompanies all Ytette, a charming blue-ev: .l
lower right, and Helene and his radio, television, and personal blond songstress, is adept at giving -
Howard, comedy dance team appearances, will share the mu- expert delivery to any son
Admission to the show will be sical portions of the performanceswith (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 3)
by tickets only. a a s Yvette. And, naturally, the ---- --------- -
i i I hilarious Three Stooges will corner I
ii i I the slapstick market. Gentler Malaria-MosQuito
j I type comedy will be handled by
Royal Canadian 'Helene and Howard.
Control Unit Has

Officers Headlining the all-star show
Navy I 'Morton Downey has probably been Second Birthday
heard by more radio and television

Attend SchoolTwo --- --- The Navy's first, and so far

only permanently established

officers of the Royal Malaria and Mosquito Con

Canadian Navy are attending trol Unit, located at the NAS

Dispensary, observed its sec-
aviation electricityat
ond anniversary Mondav.
the N a val Air Technical Acting as hosts for the birthday

Training Center here .....- party and open hou e held for.
the occasion was Lt. Comdr
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Lt. Jim G. Hutcheson, of Van- .- .- -.- _. John M. Hirst, officer-in-char

couver, B. C., and Lt. Guy Cros- i VOL-9 No. 14 Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida July 5, 1951 of the unit, and his staff. Lcdr
Rock Falls, Ont., Hirst has been largely responsible
of Smooth
well -- ---------
for the establishment of the
arrived here recently to attend 39-Year Career Unit on a oermanent basis.

NATTCenter's Aviation Electri- i There's ReasonFor During the past two years the

cian ((8)) School."Ordinarily Rear Adm. Retires staff has been tripled and the
Montgomery importance of the work accom-
Hutcheson ex- Cutback I In plished recognized by designationof
plained, "we would have gone to the Unit as an advanced school
After Illustrious Career
England to study, but, now thatwe're Long, for enlisted entomologists, and
usingso much American i it'quipm'nt -- Jax Air NewsHave the training of reserve officers in
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A brilliant and colorful Naval the newest methods of insect con-
they decided to send his 39 years of Naval service has
career that spans almost been assigned duty aboard combatant you noticed a cutback trol.
to the states, Instead." Hold Classes
us I two and two world
score years surface ships, submarines, in your amount of Classes have been conducted in
"In we're guinea pigs, in 1922 became Naval avi
a way wars ended June 30 for Rear and a
Croswell added. "I expect that if copies of the Jax Air News groups ranging! from one up to
Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery: ator.After 18, with an officer quota set for
make out well here, theie'llbe still air
we joiningthe young lately?
Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville the new year of 10 per quarter
of to follow. Admiral
more us of the U. S. Navy
.. [ who retired from arm attached There is a reason for all this Instruction, however is only a
active to sev-
Montgomery was
---and, in answer to the many small part of the Unit's mission.It .
Koth general service Na'alAil'
men were service. eral aircraft squadrons
I is for control
complaints, the cutback in copies responsible meas-
Electrical Officers "in ships"before carriersand
Stations and aircraft
.... unit has become neces- ures used at all naval establishments
being selected to qualifyin '.... in 1942, having attained the per
within the 6th Naval Dis-
'" due to the influxof
Aviation Electricity. They had I j t :, rank of Rear Admiral, he became sary personnel at NAS.steady trict, while at the same time
studied this technical subject at i Commandant Naval Air Training serves in an advisory capacity to
the H. M. Electrical School in 1 Command Corpus Christi Texas. The total circulation of the all civilian control agencies -
Halifax, N. S. ; < For his services in this capacity Jax Air News is limited due to such service.In .

Neither officer has ever visited j he was awarded the Legion of the rising costs of printing. addition, much valuable research -
Florida before, though both have Merit. Whereas 10.000 copies have both in insecticides and
made coast-to-coast Illustrious CareerAs been more than enough in the
trips across I methods of application, includingthe
the more northern part of the ; a commander of a fast carrier past. this same number must development of new eouip-
United States. The two Canadiansfind task group from August!:: 1942 now be distributed among many ment. Onlv recently Lcdr. Hirst
the heat "rough." Lt. Hutch- I to December 1944, Admiral Mont- more personnel. Copies of the attended the unveil,ng of a new
weekendsunbuti : particinated in all of the Jax Air News are being as C-
eson sports & typical gomery air evacuation version of the
}, major raids and assaults on enemy evenly pro-rated as possible-- 54 Douglas Skymaster which was
.. .. I held strongholds in the Pacific which accounts for almost a equipped with the centrally con-
"We've' IMNMI taken for all soils during that time. Among the cut in half of distribution to trolled automatic disinfectization
of things," said Hutthcson I many: raids made by forces under certain units. equipment perfected in the local
"There's never been( any of the Admiral Montgomery's command Due to the lining costs of Malaria and Mosquito Control
KCN down here before." I I"Yes" were those launched against Wake inting it Is impossible to print Unit within the past two years.
I Island, Rabaul, Kwajaleln, Truk a copy of the paper for every This equipment is now being installed -
agreed "They 0'1" 'Safpan Tinian Palau Yap. \\'a- person aboard the station.In in all Military Air Transport -
seem to think we're French leai, and the Bonins and in addition and considerationfor Aircraft.
Italian, or anything but what we ,
his task group supported others, readers, when they Complete Insectorv
really are. People keep saying:
American landings in the Gilberts Visitors during the afternoon
are through with their copy
'What are they? Marshalls, Hollandia! the< Mari- should pass it on. were impressed with the scope ot
Croswell says his wife likes Hear Adm. Montgomery anas and the Philippines. (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5)r..www..w
I I"She's _. .
For his many combat exploits .._... _..u-..._-._-. _-. .____-______ --- -----
only been over here a Admiral Montgomery who as- during World War II AdmiralMontgomery -" "" -- -- -

couple of years, you know. Eng- sumed command of Fleet Air was awarded the
lish," he explained. Jacksonville In February 1050. in Please Turn to Page 8, Co!. 1)) ; I
I ;
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"We're to have little ----I ': '::::",:'
going a : ... j
Yank he paused a moment, i -
moistened his lips, then continued. r
"I mean a little American soon. I JET ENGINE STAND ;
I forgot about using that word |
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down here." He told about the Adding another achieve- '
I are available are not immedi-
dual citizenship status that pre-I' nient to a series of accomplishments ately needed. they go throughan : ,
veils over Canadian children well done, Fas-!! ; oil preservation process for
in this country until they reach ron Nine at Cecil Field can i stowage.
the of 21. I
age now boast the only "on thespot" | When the operating squad-
After completing the NATTC
manufactured rons leave their engines to be
AE-B course, both officers expectto jet en- overhauled
they are put
proceed to NATTC Memphisfor gine stand known to be in through a Class C overhaul

advanced electrician training. I' existence within the United which involves a complete' e 1

States Navy. change of turbines, combustion ./
Fasron Six originally started chambers and fuel nozzles.
85 Win PromotionsVia the stand, but when Six re- When these steps are completed _a
I' ceived one already assembledit they are put on the stand f
ExaminationsEightyfive turned the unfinished device and go through the rechecking -
I over to Fasron Nine's Chiefs' stage.
non-rated person- I Don McMillan and Ken Renfro With a crew of experienced L
nel advanced to pay grade E-3 who in three weeks had the fix- jet specialists like Francis
as a result of examinationstaken tures rewired, and with a complete Brannagan, AD C Anthony
last Wednesday, June 21 fuel system installed. Simmons, AD, and Billy Man- ONLY ONE OF ITS KIND-Alongside the ingenious jet-
Sixty-six: airmen apprentices The stand is capable of test- ley, ADI, Chiefs Renfro and testing stand at Fasron Nine at Cecil Field are left, to right, Ken c
were promoted to air- Ing and re-calibrating the McMillian state "that they can Renfro, ADC; Bill !Manley ADI; Francis Hrannagan, Aft and i
men, sixteen seaman appren- many overhauled engines sent test and calibrate two enginesa Anthony Simmons, ADI, who team together to operate this, th. 4
tices to seamen and three den- from the squadrons through the day, unless major difficulties only "on-the-spot manufactured jet stand known to bt iu tiki*
tal apprentices to dentalmen jet shop. If the jet engines that occur" I once in the Navy," lr



Page Two JAX AIR NEWS July 5, 1951

r I Report From Washington .,

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\ -4- Bills Affecting Servicemen In CongressReserves

Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air

Station Jacksonville. Fla.NAS Jacksonville Forces Policy Board Develops New PlanBy

Cant Douglas T. Day Commanding Officer Armed Forces Tress Service under what circumstances the Reservist will
Comdr. Porter F. Bedell .Executive Officer THE FOLLOWING BILLS affecting Armed be recalled. .
Lt. Lorenzo W. Baldwin Public Information Officer Forces personnel have been introduced in Con- *, '.

Fleet Air Jacksonville gress and are under consideration by various LEGISLATION IS before the Senate to give
Rear Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery _Commander committees: the Air Force equal statutory status with the
Capt. Allen Smith Chief of Staff 1. To extend for two years the period during Army and Navy The measure would give the
Fleet Air Wine Eleven which free postage for members of U.S. Armed Air Force Chief of Staff statutory authority to

Capt. Jesse S. McClure _....... .._... Commander Forces in Korea and other specified areas will exercise command, and require appointment of
Comdr. Joseph B. Tibbets ___.___ Chief Staff Officer be granted. a general officer as adviser to the Air Secre-
Naval Air Technical Training: Center 2. To add three years to the period during tary and Air Chief of Staff.

'Capt Lester [{. Rice ___.__._._ Commanding Officer which W. W. II veterans on active duty in the )

Comdr. John A. Gamon, Jr. ___'_._..._..__.._ Executive Officer present emergency may receive college train- TilE DEFENSE: DEPARTMENT has an-
Naval Hospital ing under veterans regulations. nounced that men awaiting Selective Service
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton. Commanding Officer 3. To amend the Armed Forces Leave Act induction may select any military service" be-
Capt. Guy E. Stahr Executive Officer of 1946 to increase to 120 days the' amount of tween June 15 and July 15, 1951. Eligible men

NARTU leave which may be accumulated. not yet ordered fpr induction may enlist in the '.
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp Commanding Officer 4. To grant to persons in the Armed ForcesIn Service of their 'choice from June 15 through

Comdr. Laurence D. Ruch ..Executive Officer the present emergency and to their dependents July 15, 1951, even though they have already
certain benefits now authorized for W. taken pre-induction physical examinations.
Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration W. II veterans.
building. Phone extension 8184. *
Editor-Andrew H. Planey THE AIR FORCE and the Army Corps of
NAVY ALNAV 72-50 provides that all en-
L. Almond Barbara Riocman.. SN Engineers will begin a rehabilitation and 'construction -
I Staff Members: John : ; listments expiring: on or after July 28, 1950,
t Gerald Hynes, SN; Terry Ziegler, SA; Mary Bixiones, SA. and prior to July 9, 1951, will be involuntarily project in Greenland this summer un-
Th JAX AIR NEWS l published weemiy u the U. S. Naval Air Station. der the agreement for the defense of Green-
Jacksonville. Florida and printed commercially with non-appropriated fund extended for one year, unless affected mem- land.
at no expense to the government and in compliance with NAVEXOS P-35. Rev. bers re-enlist or extend their enlistment terms
AFPS material appearing In JSF publication may not Republication withoutthe 1 voluntarily. .
written permission of m Press Service. of othermatter TilE VALUE OF the Navy hospital ration
service Is prohibited without permission of Legislation is pending to extend involuntarily -
except by publications.
Fdltor AX AIR NEWS. all enlistments expiring during fiscal years has been fixed at $1.11, effective July 1. The
Kw. 1945 Copies aw distributed free ef Auxiliary' at the Naval Air Station: the 1952 and 1953 for one year unless members value of subsistence for staff personnel was ..
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Naval AT Station. Cecil Field and fixed at $1.95 per ration or 65, meal for
affected re-enlist or voluntarily extend their per
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service.
the U. S. Naval Hospital. enlistments. officers; for enlisted personnel, the value of the
total ration, or one-third thereof per meal.

A New Law THE DEFENSE Department Reserve Forces .

Policy Board has developed a plan to break THE AIR FORCE Is offering commissionsin
down Reserve components of the Armed Forces the Women's :Medical Specialist Corps to
I Long List Of Benefits AvailableFor into Ready, Standby and Retired Reserves. qualified dietitians who hold a hospital dietetic

Under the plan, all physically fit young men internship or a bachelor's degree from an approved
will be available for appropriate service in the college or university with a major in
Veterans Under New Law event of future emergency, and inequities will home economics or institutional management, .

-- be removed from recalls to active duty. Each and have three years experience In diet therapy
Washington (AFPS) Benefits Reservist and his employer- will know how and and supervision of food_ preparation and n__ _service n .n _..
available to members of the $15 to $150 a month, plus ad-
Armed Forces who went on ac- ditional amounts for serious dis- Marine
tive duty after the outbreak of abilities such as blindness, am- SergeantNets

the Korean War have been an- putations and the like. ..
nounced by the Veterans Admin- DISABILITY PENSIONS CitationFor
istration. They include those The new law gives veterans
provided In Public Law 28, pensions for disabilities not
signed by President Truman traceable to military sen-ice. r r V Korea ActionFor

May 11.Under. These are for $60 a month increasing
the new law persons to $72 when the vet 'c_
who served in the Armed Forces eran reaches 65 or after he has "excellent service in the'
on or after June 27, 1950, may received the pension for 10 con AVr line of duty," T/Sgt. Arthur J.
tinuous Cockrell, Jr., of the Marine Barracks -
now receive medical, hospital, years.
burial and domiciliary care on PUBLIC LAW 16 TRAINING has been presented the
commendation ribbon with
the same basis as those who -The benefits under this com
bat "V" by his of-
served in WWII. law given to World War II veterans commanding
ficer Lt. Col. B. Atkins.
Following is a list of benefits have been extended tq include -
available under the new law and persons serving on or after 1' The commendation reads, in .
those which had previously been June 27. Two qualifications ; part: "Sgt. Cockrell displayed
in existence. must be met, however. The great: skill and courage In the performance
HOSPITALIZATION Hospital veteran must need training to of his duties (in Korea).

care will be provided by overcome his disability, and the He voluntarily assisted in establishing
the V. A. for non-service con- disability must be the result of an aid station at Hagaru-
nected disabilities if the veteran hazardous service.INDEMNITY rl (last November), while sub
r jected to enemy small arms and
swears he cannot afford it himself PAYMENTSAll -
As in the past, service- servicemen since April 25, automatic weapons fire. He
worked long tedious hours In sub-
will be
connected disabilities 1951, are automatically coveredby

1 taken care of by the V. A. for $10,000 life insurance, and the .__....................._nm..m.u __, ,_w____ zero removing temperatures 75: dead and and assisted wounded in
any veteran. protection continues for
DOMICILIARY C.REVet.. days after separation.AID GETS COl\ll\lENDATION-T/Srt. Arthur J. Cockerell, Jr., ,is Marines from ambulances and
trans may enter V. A. domiciliary FOR TilE BLINDED- congratulated by Marine Barracks commanding officer Lt. Col. jeeps arriving" from the ambushat

homes if they are permanently Special aid and compensationwill Harvey IS. Atkins, during the presentation ceremony at which Psuong-ni.
disabled or incapacitatedto be given to blinded service Cockrell received the commendation ribbon with combat "V". Sgt. Cockrell also holds the
the point where they cannot men. The blindness need not be The Marine sergeant gained the award for "excellent service". in Purple Heart*for wounds received f
pay for their own care. service-connected. Aids includeapproved the line of duty during Korean action. in hand to hand combat with Chi-
PROSTHETIC APPLIANCES nese Reds at the Chosin .Reser-
electronic or mechanical -
Is Fun'Tadpole' voir. With a 45 automatic ,he
-Appliances such as artificial equipment and a Seeing Eyeor Learning
limbs eyes, braces, crutches, guide dog. The V. A. will killed six Chinese Communistsand
wheelchairs, hearing aids and also for training the veteranto put a machine gun out of
canes will be provided veteransfor use the dog and for the dog's Swim Lessons "business" before being Injured bya
a service-connected disabil- medical attention.WHEELCHAIR. bayonet thrust in the side.
ity, a disease or injury for A veteran of ten years in the
which hospitalization is authorized HOUSING Attract Navy YoungstersThe Marine Corps, the Marine sergeant -
or as part of domiciliarycare. Veterans who cannot get about saw action during World
with the use of braces or canes War II in the Marshall Island
DISABILITY COMPENSATION !; may be entitled to a grant from NATTC "Tadpole" swim- and Guam. For action in these
Full wartime disabil- the V. A. for the purchase of a ming instruction group for minor While Instruction are informal, campaigns, he received the Presidential
suitably equipped home. The dependents of Jax Navy personnel the most stringent precautions are Unit Citation
and the .
rates for serv-
ity taken in the matter of safety and
ice-connected disabilities thatoccurred grant is up to 50 per cent of has become a Saturday morning Navy Commendation.
the cost not to exceed $10,000. feature at NATTCenter's In- accident prevention. Competent .
on or after June 27, life from the staff
guards pool's
The veteran, however, must be door pool.
whether the veteran served in '
at all
are on duty times.
entitled to compensation for The youngsters with suits slung TraSKc
Korea or not, will be provided. McDermott Is a former professional -
such permanent and total disabilitydue over their backs trek to the huge
Previously, compensationwas
exhibition diver who was
to loss, or loss of use, of Indoor pool which now takes the Violations
figured on a peacetime rate
recalled to active duty with the
both legs. This applies to war of the old-fashioned swimming -
(,f' 80 per cent of war-time figure place Navy last January after a periodof I
and peacetime veterans. hole. Professional instruc- Listed below are the traffic vio-
!!. Pensions may range from four years spent in such vari-
lations committed aboard this
DEATH COMPENSATION tors teach them the fine art of
ous endeavors as performing InI station for the period 22 June to
Unremarried widows, unmar- swimming; and, after ample Instruction I
the exclusive Miami Bath Club,
28 June:
ried children and deependent kids are given cards "
playing professional football with Speeding: D. D. Nenne, AA.
be entitled to advanced fromTadpoles"
parents may showing they are
the Waterloo Wildcats and work-
Offenses R. G.
death at to Multiple : Court
compensation war- "Frogs.
ing Summers as exhibition diver
time rates if the veteran dies
"Which is just the way it oughtto and swimmer at White Row, a
in the line of duty on or after be," announced First Class Summer resort in the Catskills in
June 27. War-time rates vary Bosn's Mate Don McDermott, former New York State. DIVINE
with the number and type of professional exhibition diver, I "
C .c. deepndents. A widow with no now in charge of NATTCenter'sindoor
i children would get $75 a month pool. Hot and Bothered SERVICESAT
and a widow with one child *
Fort Hood, Tex. (AFPS))-
would get $109. "The 'oP swimming hole," was Many people, trying to keep THE STATION CHAPELS
DEATH TENSIONS-The V. where the kids learned to swim cool on a warm Texas lay, .-
A. has established a varying because they 'wanted to swim, and 'would have wondered at troopsof Protestant
schedule of pensions which will they wanted to swim because they the Second Armored Division 0930-Services. All Saints' Cha
be paid to the dependents of had a good time doing it," he standing inspection recently in Sunday School])
veterans who had received serv- added. "A kid'll learn anything woolen O.D. uniforms. Conditions 0915-Naval Hospital ChapeL '.

ice-connected disability pensions. if :you make it fun enough for and fit of the uniforms 1045-All Saints ChapeL : ..
BURIAL EXPENSES-Faml- him. It's just like with an adult: were being checked before de- Catholic

lies of veterans who die after he does his best job at something. parture for Europe, where woolen 0830-Mass, St. Edward's ChapeL
NEW JET DESIGN-New X- separation are now eligible for be likes." uniforms are required' Sum 0930-St. Edwards' Chapel (Cate-

5, latest jet creation, has reimbursements' not to exceed The Saturday "Tadpole" sessions mer and Winter In some places. chism Class).
swep-baek wings that can be $150 for burial expenses. started with the idea of the i I 1030-Mass, St. Edward's Chapel.
; shifted during flight to reduce I I children learning swimming while Little Girl: "Daddy gimme 0615-Mass at Hospital ChapeL'
J air resistance. Speed of the The difference between a man enjoying it, rather than having it nickel to buy an ice cream cone." Mormon
"0.craft is not revealed toy the Air and a flea is that when a flea goes forced on them in the same way Daddy: "Shut up and drink Wednesday-1930-at Small Cha-

Force. to the dogs he is happy about it. as Georgraphy or Spelling. your beer." pel.'r" .


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July 5, 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Thrca

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Station .

I Dialogue

("Station Dialogue" provides an

opportunity for military and civil

ian personnel of NAS to voice
This corner Is sorry to report
"ti their opinions on a question put that Lcdr. James Darnell of the

to them by a Jax Air News reporter Contract Division suffered a broken

), leg in a recent fall and is confined *

to the Naval Hospital. Wil
hope for him a speedy recovery. I
Is \\hal dyou
Today' question :
) is in
,: Alfred Kaplin of Design
think of television as a medi- Miami recuperating from a 'recent J

lira of entertainment, and do you tom.xa operation Leroy Toske of i

think It will replace radio and the :, Design was all smiles Monday s!

theatre as a form of enJf11W'nt. morning. He didn't say what ha

** was happy about but he did inform .

Edward II. Millson, O & R employee us that he had taken his wife
to Georgia for a visit.
'. _ vision! ;win..:"Teleceueni nev- Mearl Crumley's daughter is ex.

er replace the pected to arrive in Guam very

theatre. It fa s h o r tl y for a visit with hubby

my opinion and w' x Johnny Beckham. Johnny at ono "
time worked for the O&R Department t
being a former :iOJl'J'A; ; ; : ;.i !iii it : J
and when called back t>:>>
showman will nothIng THE RIGHT WAY AND WRONG WAY-These three "white hats" demonstrate the right and service was with NARTU His f

the eve the wrong way to wear a white hat. Many personnel have been noticed at recent inspections with hats wife and two children have hat t i ia
atre. Television either too small, too big, or improperly placed. The correct way is demonstrated by Robert Shel- nice trip and have not as yet

I don, PNSN, left of NAS Personnel. Robert Browne, SA, of ComFairJax demonstrates the "beanie"or suffered from sea sickness. 'I
ft..ll ft. an ex-. undersized hat, while Peter Konnyu, AA, right, of ComFairJax shows how one looks with the .

education meuiunfor "salty do(" topper which engulfs the head. Welcome Into the department !

for the following personnel: I
Millson it is fine for
the sick and the shut-in folks. If Benefitted George Chapman, student at the '
I owned a television set It would GI Bill Has Who's Who University of :Miami whose home .

not confine me to my home if I I- --I is 'Miami; Malcom Newsome, student \

desired to see a moving picture. Its Seven Years at the University of Florida,
Many In Defense whose home is Tampa: Ralph ;

Stedman, student at the University I
Lucille O. Wells typist, O & R .
., : AFPS The Gl of Florida, whose home is Day.
Washington ( ) -
n""e are' nowliving The education and training Lt. Gen. Matthew R. Ridgway tona Beach, who are working in
in a won- Bill has reached its seventh anniversary provisions of the Gl Bill will reach Supreme Commander, Pacific the Design Division during the j

derful era andI with one of its veterans' the cut-off point for most vet- summer months.

enjoy televi- benefits still going strong, another erans July 25. Veterans discharged (This Is No. 15 In a series'of Working in Technical Services
sion. The vastmajority 1947 actu- personal sketches of men and
before July 25 during the summer months are
nearing the cut-off point, and a who make Defense
of ally must be in training on that women up our Frank Dvorak, student, whose ,
people who own third ended for most veterans.The date except for interruptions be- Department.) home is Ft. Lauderdale, and Mil

televisions are Act for World War II vet- yond their control, in order to Appointed Commander UN ; ton Roberts whose home is Tall:

kA hungry to seetelevision erans, signed Into law June 22, continue afterward. Those dis- forces in Korea and Supreme Com- 'hassee. William B, Dyer is work r l
mander of the Allied Forces in
in charged afterwards have four ing in the Contract Section durIng
1944, gave three major aids to veterans : the Pacific, April 11, 1951. :
t e chnicolor. years from their discharge date the summer and he halls from
to return-to Born March 3 1895 at Fort I
And whenit in their in which to start Orlando. We also welcome the
actually Two of these aids Monroe, Va. Was graduatedfrom l
uv 9Wells civilian life. The third major Gl Bill benefit following construction inspectors:
U. S as II
Military Academy
Come into the also benefited the veteran who de- icadjustment allowances for unemployment 1917 Barney A, Barnes, Gene J. Hen
second lieutenant, infantry, '
home I believe the people will cided on a service career. and selfemploymentended Later served as Instructor at ry and Henry Bradstreet Barbara
choose television to the movies. It for most veterans July West Point. I Coleman Clerk-Steno., U I

is also my opinion that you en- The first, a guaranteed loan 25, 1949, although a few appli- Was graduated from the Infantry welcomed Into the department.
hance the community life of veteransstill I Barbara works in the Contract
your cations continue
program, was open to both discharged School, Fort Benning, Ga, I
friends Section
neighborhood by having
veterans and those remaining eligible. and assumed command of a company ,
drop in. Many now h a veto in the service. The sec at Tietsin. China, 1925 I
their mode of living now Il'ii a little late but we didn'twant
change I
education and training, Returned to U. S. and became
in the television ond, free to leave Geff Mims out of
that we are age. Checks I
was also available to both classesof 1,060,000 Regimental Adjutant of 9th In
I the news. About a week ago Geff
third allowances I J JI
while the fantry.
I returned from his annual visit to i
Chief Oscar I O & R and Been MailedTo
: for unemployment Have I
I Williston, Fla Doc Mela- !
"Television, t n self-employment, could be obtained
hemmer of the Records Section la":
my opinion, will only by veterans discharged from NSLI Holders I back from leave also Walker Crevasse
never replacethe the service of the Time Section .
theatre or The Gl loan program is one year Washington (ArPS-About 1- John Vinvard.. Technical Servicessuperintendent

radio. They are past its midway point, 'extending 060,000 checks for the second Na- 3 a :r ;z. is on leave and

both here to to July 25, 1957: tional Service Life Insurance div- r. should be back next week,
stay. Televi- i Abbie Cook of the Furniture
idend have been mailed to WWII
sion does con- Warehouse returned from leave

fine me consid- World's Largest Blimp veteran policy holders, the Vet- I' t recently having spent some timen ,

erably to my I erans Administration reports.It Michigan and Canada. Abbie

home, but I do Completes} Maiden Trip is estimated that a total of says she really had an enjoyable

it on my own I the rip Gabby King also oC
will complete payment
accord. I do 8,200,000 H HA
Carter en- Akron Ohio (AFPS) The furniture Warehouse went fish.
joy the sporting events on tele- I vorlds largest non-rigid airship early in 1952. Ing at Fernandina over the week. q

vUion-the fights and wrestling designed as a Navy weapon Payments to date amount to nd I

matches. I like the high type against future submarine menace, more than $88 million dollars of We are sorry to report that Ira:

r and form of entertainment that has made its maiden voyage. the $685 million estimated as the I A B. McGahagin. Chauffer died at
television offers but it would nev- Veterans Hospital. Lake City on
The 324-foot craft, with a capacity -
er interfere with my habit of liv- total refund. June' 13. Ruth Cornelius of the
of 875,000 cubic feet of The dividend is paid on policiesin in Nicaragua from 1927 : Mail. File Room returned to work ;

ing"a helium gas, made a successful one- effect for at least three months to 1929 In Washington on conciliation i Monday after two weeks trainingn

hour flight, between 1948 and 1951: Separate board for Bolivian.Para.I NARTU. Ruth is a chief in
John R. Hughes, PNSN, Peronnpl. Technicians said that the airship's mailed for each policy. return- I
_. __ checks are guayan boundary dispute, the Naval Reserve.ftguaMamacs. '
.. "Tele-
p "-" most important feature is Policy holders may expect them ing to Nicaragua in 1930. I i+:

vision is fairly its ability to hover over the ocean from three to four months after Following duty at Panama I

,;t good entertainment at very low speed so that the the anniversary date of their Canal was assigned I as technical
But before -
The I
crew might spot submarines
policies advisor to Philippines' 0o.'er-
television blimp is designed for an airspeed There is no simple formula for nor-General Theodore Roosevelt, J'GaJn
could keep me of 75 miles an hour
for policy NoticeTwo
computing payments
home will evenings have The Navy has designated the holders, but those under age 40 Jr.After graduation from Command I

to they present better craft as type ZPN. The type used who hold term policies will get and General Staff School, excellent performances of

r, shows than against Nazi submarines in World :50 cents for each $1,000 of insurance Fort Leavenw orth. Kan, was Assistant rATTCenter's Aqua-Maniacs at
>k I War II had a capacity of 456000ubic a month in force between Chief of Staff G-3, Sixth
they do in Florid I the NATTC Indoor Pool here, won
mum n mmu ...-- a. T A..till pre- I feet. 1948 and 1951. Corps Area, 1935, and in the same them an invitation to participatei

Hughes fer the movies capacity, Second Army Deputy the water show held yesterday

and stage shows and it will be Chief of Staff, Second Army, 1936 at Ponte Vedra's exclusive BatH
kl Graduated from Army War
difficult for television to get me 'lub.'
I away from the box office I still College, 1937, and assigned as As- Don McDermot( BMG 1 coach a<

like the theatre as a form of en sistant Chief of Staff, G-3, Fourth well as one of the performing

tertainment.Lt Army. group, in a few short weeks has
Assigned to War Department roomed; the acts of the Aqua-
Staff Washington, D. C.,
General ,
Maniacs into of the funniest
I Lt Warren Wlcl water clown in this
"A lot of the groups area
*m*Mi.'jujUiiinM manding general, Infantry
"In of in
people like television Division 1942 Commanded82nd my years" experience ,
Water Shows McDer
reported i
and remain (now Airborne) in Africa
home be- and planned first large scale air- lott, "I've never seen so many I
acts so excellently performed.. \
cause they lack assault in
borne Army's history
He went on to say that he had< ].
transportation. -
p s I don't against Jumped Sicily.with his division in Normandy ever before seen a man ridea I.
Icycle from a 33 foot platform as! '
really believe 1944 Was named com- j'Don
Heflin did during the recent If
that televisionwill mander of XVIII Airborne Corps
rATTC jwater show, unless the'
ever replace role in defeatof If
playing important
icycle had been tied so it would
the radio Proceeded to
t n't clear into the water Heftii
and theatre. I 1hCt, t Philippines and helped plan in- go Ii
t roved weren't .
still like them vasion of Japan. ropes necessary
It is acts such these thathave jf
Wickwire both. I will say' Named commander of Mediter- NATTCenter Aqua t
that. television does' really inter- ranean Theater of Operations and aniacs[ almost overnight fame in j ,
life. often Deputy Supreme Allied Commander -. t
fe're with social Quite the Jacksonville area. I
Mediterranean, 1945 Held :
friends visit and when the television J I
is on they 'usually say, various posts on UN boards priorto I
"Don't shut it off." Then what SCOUTS GET LOWIJOWN-Ueverl Trogden, '1'In, explains assignment as Commander in Not New Shop Open TuesdaysThe :'

happens you sit all night through operation of the Link Trainer to Senior Girl Scout Mariners Chief, Caribbean Command. Not New Shop,-located ad-

after program until thte from Venice Fla: who spent two days aboard the station last Succeeded Lt Gen. Walton IL Jacent to the station bank, n:

guests program finally leave. And what has ,week. The Scouts had an opportunity to take a "flight" in the Walker as commanding general of open each Tuesday from 1000't()

been the conversation of th*..evening Trainer, as well as visit other departments in a central tour of Eighth Army in Korea after Gen.Walker's 11600, instead of Wednesday aj

"hello, and ,goodbye.'* the" station and NATTC. death, ported last week.r -
; ,

11III" .. d

.J '&"'. J',

5, 1951 JAX AIR NEWS


: -


The annual ping pong tournament .. I

held for the person

nel of Fasron 6 is being set

underway this' week by the

Recreation Department. Winner f

of the competition will be e
given a trophy with his name t v ty tic <

insciibed.A total of 25 entries has been

corded with competition expected -
to be keen, With Charles r'n ,. 54 -

Schreck, AMAN, Jerome Glaub ', Q t
AL3, Robert L. Prultt, AN, and
Eschol Frost, AMCAP) expected J
I ;--S
to be top contenders ,

Another laudable example of "'A\\ 01 ,
Work done by the educational of- I I a'

fice and personal initiative was tt ,.
achieved! recently when WilliamR.

Bailey, ACCAP) passed the
second year USAFI college test. -9

Dean Miller, ADAN, who has ::
been with Fasron 6 for 26 months, ,

has Just shipped over for six Involuntarily more -t5 .. .. ,,_,....v_ _. Y--
years of service Although .rl.+ -'
ext end e d eailUr this g a

month Dean gave the matter due 31 Marine

thought and decided to stay for a k
career. Dean is an alumnus of t- 4
ANP( ) and AD "A" schools at Recruits End


Louis R. Leone. ADAN.s'j !
two weeks on a TAD I ;M/ TrainingA
spend ng
_. ,. .., s
course of instruction: -- the O&R --- ----- "" a f r

Prop School. The course Includes FREAK ACCIDENTS CAN HURT-In our every day routine class of 31 Marine recruits

assembly and balancing of propellers most of us are apt to get a little careless and forget our rules of t .. completed their basic training at
and the overhaul and proper and the Marine Air Detachment of the ,
safety. Accidents can will happen anywhere. These accompanying -
Jacksonville Naval Air
setting of propeller governors. : photos demonstrate just a few of the many "freakish" Reserve
Training All
accidents that happen daily. William Garraway, ADAN, of the on
recent graduates of schoolsin
"White Hat of the Week" honor Photo Lab, demonstrates, top, left, what can happen and does) R. the Jacksonville high '' ,
the lads
go this issue to Joe Bouck, AE3, when the car door is not tightly secured. This accident. can be received this training area,as members -

of the electric shop. Joe, who is very serious. of Marine Air Reserve
22 and married, hails from New Gene Scarbrough, I1M3, of the Dispensary, illustrates, top VMF-144 attached fight.
Carlisle Ohio from whence he right, how a lad recently broke his arm while trying to close a the er squadron detachment to

enlisted In the Navy three years I "Jammed" window, In bottom photo Dorothy Houghton, of the
I NAS Administration department, shows what can happen if you Most outstanding accomplish .
ago.His in the get too close to whirling fans. This results in not only a ruined ment of the 14-day training tour
participation activitieshas dress, but can result in inJury.-Freakish accidents can be pain. t ''tz tn was their performance on the
squadron i ful. s. NAS rifle range. The 'boots" were
made quite a name for Bouckas > s assigned to two and one half

has his conscientious work. He I FREAKISH ACCIDENTS MAY BE J P 4-w'tkw :Yet, days on the rifle range, but, were
has also completed a USAFI rained out repeatedly on the off

course in electricity. I hand preliminary firing. In spiteof

Bouck plans to make his career FUNNY. BUT CAN BE PAINFUL"Safety" i this, when the "B" course was
the work in the electrical field' fired for record scores, one expert,
he has been taught by the r one sharpshooter and ten marks

but intends sometime in NaVY'1 can never be _____m men ratings were attained.All .
ture to attend the Coyne over-emphasized Ask the dest accidents on the Dispensary'srecords. recruits were presentedi

cal School of Chicago, 111. He is | who end at the I From them, it can be And speaking: of water, a sailor i with certificates of training and
a graduate of 19 weeks work in I many daily up seen that most anything can hap went to one of the base pools to a small trophy was presented to ,
NAS Dispensary for treat- cool off. He mounted the diving I
AE "A" School at Memphis. j the outstanding recruit at a ceremony

Before joining the Navy, Joe ment as a result of pure care pen.One "white hat," for example, I board and dove off-much to his witnessed by many of their
j sorrow He soon discovered he hit
Junior I parents and friends.
was a student at Northeast lessness. celebrated his advancement in
College and a member of the 136th I Some of the accidents are rate a few days before the of- bottom head first I J t
Field Artillery! Division, National bit ficial announcement. Traditionally Trying to open the vent in his
freakish and bring forth a of
Guard. Immediately prior to enlisting humor-but the victims don'tthink his shipmates tossed him into automobile, one fellow accidentally 'AK 'A' Rate Shop
he was employed at the pushed his hand through the ;
it so funny. For freak accidents the "drink. The result: A rather
engine repair I department of can often be painful.'Lt. soaked sailor, and a fracture glass, causing a lacerated thumb.
Wright Patterson Air Force Base i j of the right arm. There's the case concerning a Man Selected As
Charles J. medical
Dayton, Ohio. ]! jg) Rey; f lad who was playing handball at ;
officer in attendance at the
t Dispensary, can testify to this. He Not too long ago, a fellow scurried the sea shore. He was scurryingacross -
the sand when a jagged sea Top
has treated many personnel with to the open windows in an
To Name Winners shell cut him, causing severe lace
injuries received from freakish ac- office. Brisk breezes were blow
rations to the right foot. I Fred Holley, AK1 of the AK
cidents. And, he admits, he never ing papers off his He pulledon
knows from day to day just what one window, but hts hand For proof that accidents happen Rate Shop, Airman School of
Of I Interservice
NATTC has been selected for tI ,
unusual accident will confront him wedged in the window jam, causing anywhere, ask the lad who stepped I
next. a fracture. back too close to a low slung fan recognition as InstructoroftheWeek. -

a and was "chewed" quite painfully. .
Photo Contest Then there was the "white hat"who
Reports of these accidents filed mounted his top rack by step- I Holley has been with the Air-

Washington (AFPS)- Winnersof at the Dispensary don't reveal the ping on the lower rack. One In the record are such reports man School and the AK Rate
the Third Interservice Photog- agony that goes with them. Only I night, while in this process, his as a book of matches exploding in I Shop since April 1930, when he
Contest will be announced the victims or the corpsmen them- I foot came in contact with a sharp a fellow's hands, causing second reported for instructor duty with
raphy July 16 when an exhibit of the I selves can tell you how painful razor blade, left theme by some I degree burns; a sailor on duty : the School at Memphis, Tenn. He
I feels that the Airman School is
360 top entries will on display they really can be. careless individual.An carrying a bucket of lye, stumbledand !
go I performing a valuable function
in the Pentagon. ,| Bill Clary, HM1, assistant in Isaac Walton enthusiast was fell, suffering first degree tor the Navy and for individuals
burns and fellow who while
charge of medical records de- his luck St. one
From a field of more than 1,860 i trying along the concerned.
scribes the freak accidents he has John's River shore one evening putting waste paper in a scrap a .
entries of the ,Armed representing Forces,every winners will i i treated, so vividly, that you can I I As he cast his line, two fish sliver barrel of was cut by a concealed I Holley states: "I think it is a

be selected in three picture classes almost feel a bone or muscle out hooks caught him in the right the, causing a punctureof great advantage to the students

; salon photographs, color transparencies of place yourself. I shoulder, inflicting a puncture I i now coming through. I did not
and snapshots. Bill reviewed some of the od wound. I Many have been the ports of have this opportunity when I

Internenlce personnel tipping over in their i came into the Navy. It helps the ,
The Photography and
chairs, tripping going up '
* students and it helps the Navy
Contest' Perpetual Trophy, donated
down stairs, bumping into things to decide which the individuals
by the Army, Navy, Air ,
and getting hurt in offices. "
best suited for.
Force Journal, will be awarded i
All these true case histories reminds -
to the service earning the largeat I Holley refers to the rating in-
one of the old, old adageall
doctrination and the
number of point in all program selection -
( over again: "You can never 1 and
and of assignment process
4'laAlif'S' categories! competition. -
be 'too careful' Accidents'
whereby students selectedfor
/1' ; are t4
do happen and by observing a few assignment to various Class
Other prizes' were provided' simple rules of safety you can "A" Schools' Naval Aviation.
from non-appropriated funds. A avoid them ,
first, second third and two honor .
will I Holley is not new to Jackson-
able mention awards be
I Here's Where Your sonville. He was here as a student
made in each of the four sections
I in the AK 1C" School in ,
of the salon photographs as wellas
for the other two classes. I Exchange MoneyGoes 1945. He finds plenty of oppor-
tunity here to enjoy the swrm-
The Smithsonian Institution will Fort Leonard Wood Mo. (AF-
ming and fishing which are his
place a majority of the top 360 PS) Post Exchange authorities special hobbies.
on exhibit from August 2 to Aug, recently conducted a survey
I RELE N. L. Beck, phase officer

27. ___. 1 11____ to show where the Armored'Dlvislon average in charge of the Rate Shop,
trainee with the 6th
describes Holley's work these
NEEDS ,ROOM Ji'Olt.TALK spends his PX dollar, words: "Holley is a very efficient
Memphis Tenn.' (AFPS). Mrs. I Much to their surprise, they instructor and has instructed
John Ayers explaining how she found candy cookies and ice many additional hours without '
broke her arm while telephoning' cream led by all other sales. complaint. He is an outstanding -

offers: "I was talking on the telephone The breakdown is as follows: 1 man and a credit to the Airman

slinging my arms around !Ai Candy, cookies, ice cream, 19c; i'School, and to the Navy"
gesturing, and hit the corner of a q cigarets and tobacco, ISr beverages I I Holley hails from Booneville.,

desk' ,-......"- 12c; clothing and insig- Miss., and is a graduate of
STARBUSTERS STRIKE-A .Starbultus" pilot climbs into nia, lie; shoe polish, films, etc., Booneville High School.i
Old Pals Forever an F9F Panther jet fighter before being launched from deck of nine cents; toilet articles* six i

Providence, It. I. (AFPS)-The carrier USS Boxer for mission against Communist forces in Ko- cents; Jewelry, four cents; and I. See the happy moron.
last horse has been retired from rea. "Starbosters" is a Naval Air Reserve unit called to duty in barber shops, pin ball machines. He do sn't give a d-n;
the police force. lie was purchased Korean emergency and operating In support ef ground forces juke :boxes, laundry and dry I I wish I were a moron.
by a retired policeman. by strafing and I bombing enemy troops and installations cleaning, four cent 4 Oh, gochl Perhaps I amt r


"" OfJuly

".h WWP! $ *- r '" ""' '

T' =- = JAX AIR NEWS July:: ------.l

VF-742. VF-41, VP-741, VC-62, Fasron 9 Reporf-.

: Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons ;G..: ? 17p wS

-- ---------- -----
.' VF-742 racked holds the reins of squadron leading took on the yoke of matrimony
up] chief since Joseph W. Budd, while on leave a while back.
f''t time in the air 'for the month ADCi has departed. Chief Elber a v

of June with each pilot averaging reported to VF-41 in Februar; VC-62
47.5 hours behind the after 'previous duty with various Cupid's silent shafts laid low
flight other fighter and patrol squad three of VC-62's bachelors, re
stick. outstanding
rons. cently when Bob Baer, AF2,,
for the month netted almost. e a James Doyle, AD3 and Don

50% rocket bull's eyes wit! VP741Complicated Mann, AD3, leaped in the mat

7 pilots participating.They is the word for rimonial sea.
l the personnel accounting goin Baer took as his bride the former .
were Lt. Greg Darby Lt. on in VP-741, what with many; Miss June Sweat of Jacksonville
(jg) Bailey Welden, Lt. Walt of the squadron members attend Doyle became the hus.
; '
Maddox and Lt. (jg) Lawrenc ing the varied service schools. I It band of Betty Sue Wood of t-
Shafer who comprised the Exec'division. is not uncommon for one VP- Blountsville, and Mann married
jgi other group' in- 741er to meet another somewher the former Jean White of Jack [
r ". eluded Lt. ( ) Rex Rowell, Lt.j along the MATS route, one sonville. r3BUDDIES
(j jg) Mike Glagola. southbound to Jax, the othe r
Congratulations to Vince ,,
the VF-74 .
Last week saw
"the word"
northbound to get on
win over the V A-859 AKAN on his completion of US-
foursome golfers by a slim margin. The a new procedure, powerplant or AFI courses that enabled him to BID ADIEU-William A. Ready, AMI, left, presents :
victors were Lt. Greg Darby LI I device. receive his diploma from his: gold wrist watch to Lt. Nelson Sweet, as a token of remembrance -
(jg) Ray Ward. Lt. (jg) Mile I Learning while earning now home town high school in De- from shipmates of Fasron 109 as Lt. Sweet retires I
Dean and Lt. (jg) Ralph Field i are, Lieutenants Joe Krellei, pew, N. Y. from active duty after 32 years. In background is Lcdr. Roy Anderson
I George Tabeling, Ed Nelsor: A pat on the back to the three acting; commanding officer of Fasron 109. __
ing.Claude McDaniel, AOU3 wa Fred Morse, Jack Colsen ant new silver bar bearers in the
sent to the Jacksonville Shor< Don Beall at FAETULant whil squadron. Newly appointed Lt. After32Year
Patrol Headquarters where he Lcdr. Tom Ray is at Sonar. (jg's) Harry Southworth, Delis Lt. Sweet Retires ;

will remain for a month. Recent returnees include: Ton Negron and John R. Jacobson I
Back from leave last week Bourrie, ADE1; Gil Chichester, called for an officers beer andcocktail Career

.' .. were Billie Stader, A K A N, ADEI; Jim Bell, ADE2 from muster in the Cecil BOQ.Lt. Navy :
Reynold Verbano, HM1, Charle Wright 3350 Engine school. They;: (jg) Negron had double cause '
DuPont, ADEI, Emil Lows AE2: claim to have the latest on the< to celebrate, as a few days before At ceremonies conducted -last; -
Joe Martin. YNT1 and Curti external splash lube system; Joe his promotion his wife presented Friday, Lt. Nelson E. Sweet, of duty aboard the USS Lexington
McNeal, AM2. Barrow, ADE3; Jim James, ADFi him with a new baby Fasron 109, brought to a close a the USS California and the USS :\
and Lt. (jg) George Frost are< daughter. naval career which began in December Yorktown and shore duty at Nor-
VF-41 now the squadron's 'jet engine Another proud papa is Chief 1919.Provided folk, Jacksonville, pahlgren, Lee
The entire squadron felt a per specialists. While Lt. Boots Shav Yirak who also welcomed aboarda with sideboys and Field (Green Cove Springs) and
went to Air Intelligence Schoo baby daughter. ; the Naval Academy.
sonal loss this week when Ralpl .
aboard Lt. Sweet was accompanied
D. Ulrey, ADE1, was killed iran and Lt. Tim Mehringer got the piped Lcdr. Roy Anderson While attached to O & R at
automobile accident. He had ASW poop; Wes Hartley, AOU;; VC-62 welcomes eight new of. by commanding office Jacksonville he played a part in 1

..aS... attended the NARTU picnic at and Bob Kincade, A03 repre ficers including three recently of Fasron, acting 109 conducted a per establishing apprentice trainingfor
Kingsley Lake and was returning sented the Patrol at Quonse recalled reserves. They are, Lt. civilian personnel. Prior to re-
of the squad
to Jacksonville when the ac Ordnance School. John Balcerak, Lt. (jg) Reginald sonnel inspection tirement he was training and education I
Dettlaff both from Milwaukee, 109. r
cident occured. The car left the ron.Captain officer with Fasron
road and Ulrey, who was driving, Congratulations to Clarki e Wisconsin and Lt. William i i Jesse S. McClure+ After a short vacation, Lt. i
was pinned between the steer Chitty, YNTC who is now a father; Reese from Wellsville, Ohio. All Commander, Fleet Air Win; Sweet intends to enter businessin
.. .. ing wheel and top when the car: to the fourth power. The latest ar three underwent a refresher Eleven, read the orders from' Jacksonville in August.Commissions ,
hit a large tree. rival, John Charles, Is reportedto course at Gross Isle before coming BuPers relative to Lt. Sweet'sretirement .
One of the outstanding petty have low weight (8.5) per here. and William A. Reads, i 4
officers of the squadron, Ulrej lung power and hydraulically Lt. Robert Moon from Syracuse AMI, stepped forward to presen : Deluxe -
was ever ready to do that extra actuated flaps; to Bill Dudley: reported from a refresher him with a gold wrist watch asa Boston, Mass. (AFPS) With
work or last minute check tc AL1 who was awarded the' Good period at Floyd Bennett, while token of remembrance from too many special commissions
keep the squadron plane avail Conduct Medal for the second Lt. William E -son and Lt. (jg) his shipmates in Fasron 109. Having making investigations, the state
ability up to the desired level time: presented this time by the James Peddy joined the unit previously served in the legislature drew up a special commission
Not only was his mechanical squadron commanding officer al' from the University of Mississ- grade of Lieutenant Commander, to investigate the need
ability of the highest order but the personnel inspection or ippi. Lt. Eben Leavitt has joinedthe he retires with that rank. of special commissions.
he was also a capable and con June 30. squadron after being detached Starting as an apprentice sea .
scientious instructor for the less; To Lt. Henry "S&A 307" Annei from NATTU at Pensacola. man Lt. Sweet has had tours of That Simple! ;

trained personnel in the squadron. whose prompt action at the fiscal Lt. James McDonald reportedto summer championship.A San Carlos Calif. (AFPS) -
relieve Lt. R. S. Neasham his
year's end will provide the ;
made to Virginia dwalder explained
; Marvin L. McColough, AT3, unit with some much needed assignment was at the Photo Interpretation challenge has been who believes astounded doctors how she swal
in Fasron 9,
and Barton L. Small, AT3, have recreational gear. Center, Anacostia, everv man lowed six-inch swizzle stick
himself a fisherman, by;; a
returned to duty in the squadron To Jack Strickland, AL3 who Washington.Ensigns E. D.E. C."Mike" Goodwinand James P. Clark, ADC, who declares While having'a drink in a tavern,
after a short tour of duty with welcomed his third heiress head and
an ,, Don Sullivan received the he 'can outfish anybod; "I just tipped back my
Detachment I .
Refresher courses of instructionwere recently. good news that they have been in the hangar and catch two fish swallowed and down it went.
completed with excellent' I To Arnold Center, AA whc as regular pilots in the for their every one'.
accepted a I

grades. I EM Represents The of John S. Hall, AN, _.
Two of the squadron's Corsair: Navy It is with real regret that the name
beginning to show marks ol squadron bids adieu' to Lt. Nea I who is TAD from VC-62, ha
were U.S. On Tiny Atoll
crossed off the binnacle
old and intensive use recently sham, who will report to the been
age so Lt. Louis B. Fields and Vahngtorf! (AFPS)-One of Photo Interpretation Center at list of the measls ward and i is "
the truly unique assignmentsfor Anacostia. back with the squadron.The .
Lt. (jg) Lucien P. Caulkett flew AA
enlisted is 'Raiders' of
them to Quonset Point and exchanged Navy dauntless ;
them for two recently that of Chief Storekeeper Fred- Fasron 9 Fasron 9 were doubled up and+
overhauled models. erick A, Probst. He will serveas Fasron 9 bid farewell to Comdr twisted into knots last week bj;
f. I American Military Govern- John W. Rice Tuesday when the Duval Motors, Jax Navy and
Darrell E. Jones, AEAN, must ment representative to the distinguished medical officer i Happy's Sport Shop. In neither !:
like to say, "I do." Only recent I Benin-Volcano Islands in the remote completed his Navy tour of duty of the first two games could the
ly married, Jones was up before western Pacific, with headquarters and starved the return trip to squadron team garner more than f aw
the commanding officer, Lcdr. on the tiny Island of his civilian practice in Jackson, one tally and in the third con
George Shaw, this week and repeated Chi Chi Jima. Mich. test walks issued by the Fasror
"I do" as he shipped over Chief Probst will take with Comdr. Rice, who served four hurlers proved to be the deciding
for a period of six years. him his home, a crated disassembled years in the Pacific area during factor.
Jones, who first joined the quonset hut. With his World War II was recalled to active Bob Haines, SK3, left Monday;
Navy in June 1948 and under wife, Loretta, and 10-year-old duty in October 1950 from for 15 days leave at his home in I,
went recruit training at Great. daughter, Merrily Faye, he will his practice as gynecologist and Conshohocken, Pa. a
Lakes, 111., later served aboard live hundreds of miles from the pediatrician. On completion of a Lawrence J. Purcell, AA, i is
the USS Sicily for fifteen months. nearest post office, grocery two: week refresher course at due back from his leave ir
Now a graduate of AE.'A' School;,, store, and hospital. Pensacola after his recall, he Argyle Wisconsin and all hands;
.. NATTC, Memphis where he finished Food supplies must be stocked was ordered to duty with Fasron ere expecting to hear many tales;
3rd in a class of 22, Jonesis months ahead and procured from Lee Edwards, AN, (alias Eddy of his trip and connection ,
extended wishes from the Navy cargo ships which will call Arnold), has forsaken his guitarin troubles with his round trip tic. 1
squadron for 'smooth sailing' on four times a year. A radio will a sudden move and is now con ket. a a
the new tour. be the only contact with civilization. centrating on ping pong. He is I f ; I
. Lt. Carl B. Tanner, Air Intelligence ., confident .he will take the mid. I II I II II i

officer, is back with the I'

squadron after an enjoyable. va its ;Ka1t + BREEZESHow +
cation. ,
George W. Elbert, ADC. now True Dept.: A lot of gills I I I II

buy soap that promises "skin you '
4 love to touch.. But Just try it! i
VPilot/ / l Records q '

\ I /OOOlfi/ Id Lamlina Pet Peeve Dept.: Old men who I
s 1, fall asleep on my shoulder on the I
Aboard Coral Sea
women who fall asleep on
VF-ll recorded the squadron's -
1000th jet carrier landing Ii my shoulder on the bus.
recently when Lt. (jg) G. R. Young women who stay

Lewis touched down his "stove-
pipe" on the flight deck of theU.S ,"If your children become unmanageable -
their atten
.S. Coral Sea after routine switch
flight exercises.In tion.Puzzled parent: .wltch} their r
the usual presentation ceremony aylc what 7"Famous Stirs

Comdr. John C. Kelly, .
.. Commander Air Group One, presented last words: "WQuld you 1iiiW1I111ali>..n.r -
.. the traditional cake to like to step outdoors and say that HEALTHY"Mermaid off
Lt. (jg) Lewis and then con- again ?" the port bow, stand by, let fo .
gratulated both the lucky pilot the anchor." That's no mer-
and his plane captain, R. F. Ho Hum: "Give me a sentence maid; it's 19-year-old Carolyn
Grassie, AD3. using the word bewitches." Wynn of Texarkana Tex A
The squadron has also cap- Ham: "Youse go ahead-I'll group of business executivesand
tured two of the last "thou- I --- --- bewitches in a minute," photographers have select
andth" landings made on the "RED RIPPERS": CEREMONY-Comdr. John C. Kelley, Com ed her as 1951 National Swim '
Sea. Ensign E. A. I mander Air Group One congratulates R. F .Grassie, AD3, plane She outpoint jJ
USS Coral Just once we'd like to see a for Health Queen.
Gillespie and Ensign J. R Andrews captain of the jet flown by pilot Lt. (Jic) G. R. Lewis credited, right,to the waiter courageous enough to place ed 14 professional bathing suit ;4

were the pilots winning the latter completed the 1000th jet carrier landing the check on the table face'up.. models for the tltl*. ,j ty,
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I Page Six JAX AIR NEWS July 5, 1951 l

leon Wilson Captures r5 Honors Kristy Snares In WAS Batting LeagueBob .I'

Kristy, slugging outfielderfor
Overhaul-Repair stole the bat-
Tennis CrownTopseeded
Singles ting honors in the NAS Softball

league competition with a lusty
.636 for the season.
Leon Wilson won the 1951 station singles tennis Maloney of Supply was close

championship Tuesday by downing the defending titleholder, Owen w M behind with a .622 while Egge-
Williams, on the courts adjacent to the WAVES barracks. The bercht of VP-10 followed with a f 't

score/ was 6-0, 6-2. neat .600.
The victory laid evidence tcWilson's Bill Shock of VF-41 led the
shots ;
a few well-placed acros
determination to
cap the barrier. At this point, botl league's hurlers in percentagewith
ture the title this as shown
seven wins without a loss
tried to outdo the other
by his brilliant victories over opponents players the ball back anc but Ben Kissee was the trial
by smacking
the play horse of the 14
throughout forth in rapid succession. league, winning
offs. This year s tournament was while dropping but one for the
the first in which Wilson had Providing thrilling moments of: defending champion Naval Hos ..
competed. Attached to VP-741,, play was the doubles championship pital.
the match, which had William;
the new champion played on
and Munoz paired against Curtis: National League Ratting
Jax Navy Tennis Squad duringthe AB II Avg.
and Wilson last Thursday Th' b :
year. and Kristy, O&R 33 21 .638
former two won the toss
Taking the tournament'sdoubles elected to serve. Maloney, Supply 45 28 .622: '".
crown were Williams and Williams Herbert, FAW 11 33 19 .575:>>
In the first set, dropped _
Larnard Munoz. In a hardfoughtgame Schnetzler. Hosp. 28 14 .500
which saw much action and his serve once, as did Curtis, AFTER THE BATTLE-After two and one-half hours of Gothard. Mar. Sec. 32 16 SOD

drive, they won over Wilson and Superior volleying by Munoz and strenuous play in a scorching match. Owen Williams and Larnard Smith, Supply 58 28 ,483
Len Curtis, 6-4, 16-14. Two and a Williams kept Curtis and Wilsonon Munoz, left, now reign as station tennis doubles kings by virtueof Kurosh, O&R 58 28 .483
the go several times in this their Len Curtis and Leon Wilson, right. Wil-
half hours were required to decide I triumph over McLaughlin FAW 11 42 28 .476
the exciting match played match but Curtis and Wilson and re liams and Munoz copped the doubles tournament championship, Letendre, Supply 57 27 ,473
turned their shots crisply
last Thursday. I effectively. With the score stand- 6-4 and IC-li. Jordan, Mar. Sec, 34 16 .470(

Originally, the tennis tournament I ing at 4-5, Wilson served but American League Batting
had been scheduled to end dropped it. The Munoz-Williams AB II Avg. I

last Friday when the semi-final pairing, as a result, took the first JAX fllR news Eggebercht. VP-10 25 15 .600
singles matches were slated. Inclement Brannin.fl 1st Lt. 25 13 .20

weather forced a post- set.All four racket wielders dropped Comer, VP-5 28 14 .500
ponement of play on that day. a serve once in the secondset Owens, 1st Lt. 22 10 .454 .. .
As a result, the semi-final match yet both sides held their Todd, VP-10 22 10 .454
was staged Saturday, and the own. Occasional wild drives i [ Picklesimer, 1st Lt. 28 13 .44*

finals Tuesday. from Williams and Munoz gave Goyman, O&G 54 24 .444
Williams, having won the station Curtis and Wilson the opportu- por4r Hethcox, O&G 49 21 .430(

singles title three consecu- nity to rack up a few good points, Hotz, Fasron 6 42 18 .42ft
tive years, was sentimentally the but the former two got better Sredanja, VF-41 24 10 .415
favorite of the finals match. control over the ball to blast intoa -
Munoz was more of a playing 14-15 lead. In the last momentsof Pitchers' records, both leagues:

favorite, but he met defeat by the deciding set, Curtis drop- WI.
Williams in the semi-fianl match.In ped his service thus clinchingthe Shock, VF-41 7 0
the final match both Wilson set for Munoz and Williams.The Extend Win Streak Kissee, Hospital 14 1 '.

and Williams started off final score of the match was Murray, NARTU 5 1

with a well-balanced game, with i 6-4, 1614. Bevin, VA-859 4 1
neither making hardly an error. il A "mild" upset occured Satur- With Win Over WaycrossLefty Moon, O&R 7 2
8 3
However, Wilson soon employeda day when Williams and Munoz Harkins, VP-10

mixture of solid drives and faced each other in the semi-final Joe Gushanas pitched the Jax Navy Fliers to their long- Clark, O&G i 8 4 ...
drop shots to wear down his foe. I. singles match. Munoz' hard- est winning streak of the season Sunday as the locals downed the
Williams fought back splendidlyin driven attacks threatened Williams Atlantic Coast Line Red Sox of Waycross, Ga. in a charity game, Snay Snares Semi-Finals

his court, but failed to seriously at the outset but Williams 6-3 .at Jacksonville. Beach. for their sixth straight.The .
with Match In Ladies' MeetIn
catch Wilson off guard. outscored his opponent win brought the Fliers
Baseline drivings and clever some expert wielding and baseline slate to eighteen wins against day. the one match played in thesemifinals
angle placements by Wilson kept drives. Munoz had been fourteen losses. In Sunday's game, Gushanai bracket in the ladies'
Williams on his toes in the first favored in this "nipandtuck"game The locals return to Mason looked like he was in for a bad+ beginners tournament held Sat-

set. Nevertheless, WUliamscame inasmuch as he was seed- Field today for a single game day at the start. He struck out urday at the NAS links course
back strongly and played more ed second. But Williams won, with MacDill Air Force. The the first man he faced on thre Alice Snay downed Marie Sour-
of a net game, managing to send 2-6, 7-5, 6-4. fray will get underway at 1600. straight pitches, but the nex beer.
The locals take on a tartar in man reached first on an easy; Fran Simms and Joan Olson
SEVEN FAST BOUTS FEATURE Parris Island in a two game set ground ball that Saunders boot will play their semi-finals match
here next Tuesday and Wednes- ed. some time this week and the

Wild Start winner will face Snay in the finals ,

FIRST NATTC OUTDOOR SMOKERNATTCenter's world's Thez heavyweight in New Orleans championLou and Gushanas momentarily lost his for the championship. '

the famous Gorgeous George.Wrestleu control and filled the bases. He'1 +
: first outdoor smoker of the :year was nothing shortof I PerformThe then served a two run double+ Tars Sevon-Day
sensational from the opening boxing bout between Jerry Fritch to- and the Georgians final run Open
and Bob Link to the final wrestling tag match between Lucky Gilpin next match brought St. Peters- came across on a scratch blooper
and Danny Dusek against Pat O'Hara and Bobby Lane. gether Pat O'Hara of to short. From the first inning Home Monday
burg and Danny Dusek of Omaha, on, he shut the door for the rail
fireworks came Tar
The 4th of July Jacksonville's hard hillings
Fritchof of Chicago clashed with the shorter Neb. Dusek, one of the five fam- roaders, allowing but one hit after .
eight days early as Jerry clash with the Montgomery Grays
Dusek wrestling brothers,
the taller ous
Baxley the first inning.
West DePeer Wis. and tonight at Myrtle Avenue ballpark
pinned O'Hara in 14
Sullivan to the verdict in a
Link of Laurens, S. C. openedthe mix. 57 seconds. Dusek had just returned Fine Defense in the finale of a four-game ..
fireworks with a sizzling lightheavy to Jacksonville after winning The Fliers came back to scorea series before taking to the road
The feature attraction of theoxlng'
the featherweight single tally in the second on a
three-rounder In the Rocky Mountain wrestling for' three days.
could not have
class. program title at Denver from the smashing triple by Pete Fannon The Tars return Monday for a
had a better climax than the bout I
followed by single by new
Both boxer brought the crowdto that brought together Fred Flow- famous Jumping Joe Savoldi. Webster.A a. seven-day) home stand. The locals
its feet with sensational toe-to- ers of Heber Springs, Ark. and In the Australian tag team comer open Monday with Columbia In a .
toe( punching and craftiness.The Sal Salvatore of Lewistown Pa. I match, Lucky Gilpin and Danny pair of Flier runs came three-game set, and play host to
decision of the three judges in a welterweight This fight Dusek combined their talents to across in the third on two walks, the Savannah Indians in four
was a draw as both fighters had the fans reeling and scream- 11 pin Bobby Lane and Pat O'Hara an error and a single by Ziegler. rays, starting next Thursday
could not have been matched more ing with excitement as first one in .a tag match two out of three Single tallies were registered by July 12.Waves.
equally for a curtain raiser. and then the other would rock. falls the locals in the sixth, seventh .

The second bout of the night I In the second round Flowers The Athletic and Recreation and eighth frames.
btftwen Johnny Hurd of Memphis, i floored Salvatore for a five count Department is expressing its Gushanas went the and distanceand walked After
i of 'Mount thanks to the Public Information struck out seven
Term and Chuck Elight with a left hook. Salvatore, Lennie
Clemons, Mich. was taken on a I stunned for a moment, came roar- office Commissary department, three. Backstop Faustyn
split decision by Hurd. Both boys, ing back to rock Flowers with a the officials and Jimmy Murdock, caught all the way.and Taylor start-to 12th StraightUndefeated
ed for Waycross gave way
lightweights, executed some fine flury of blows to the head and Jacksonville's boxing and wrest- Palmer in the second. Palmer
body-attacks mixed with some mid-section which almost sent the ling promoter, for their fine co- took the loss. in the second half
beautiful hooks and jabs. Neither Heber Springs lad to the canvas. operation in making the programa RUE play of the City Girls Softball

boy hit the canvas in the fight. The added attraction of the evening success. ACL 300 000 000 3 3 8 League, the Jax Navy Waves will +

Pate Beats Patterson went to the grunt and groan Referees for the bouts were Navy 012 001 llx 6 6 1 defend their first place standing
Nelson Pate of Memphis, Tenn. men. The first match, a one fall Chief Bill Morris and Bill Tiny Taylor (2)); Palmer and Joyce. when they meet Gibbs-Rlariners
and. Cecil Patterson of Knoxvllle, affair saw Lucky Gilpin of Chat- Noblett. Norm Quarrels and Gushanas and Faustyn. at Brentwood Park Friday night.
Tenn. hooked up In an all Tennes- tanooga, Tenn. pin Bobby Lane Meredith Stone handled the bell Tuesday night, the Waves will
i Bete battle royal in the middleweight of Nashville; Tenn. with a knee and time clock respectively and battle+ MacMichael's Sundries, atirentwood
division in the third fightof slam after 10( minutes and 41 sec- I Atsie Stein did the ring announc- Ladies Golf Group also undefeated in

+ the night. onds. I ing. Judges for the fights were AnnounccsVinnel's the second half, for top honors in

The heavy Pate wore down the Gilpin had just recently drawn I Wilbur Takelberry, Al Schlosserand the City League.
lighter Patterson in the late roundto wrestling; matches with the S. T Carracci. Emily Pearson, Linda Back and Last Friday night the Waves

( gain the split decision in the Fran Sims took honors for few- defeated a weak and inexperienced .. ..
fine bout. est putts and low net in Class A, Waycross nine 18-0, to hike
The fourth bout of the eve- B and C respectively in the regu- their winning streak to eleven
ning was also a middle-weight lar Tuesday Ladies' Golf Tour- straight.
clash, pitting Phil McCoy of Skip Sinko pitched a no-hitter,
Creely, Colo and John Moore- ney.An adequate number of participants tier second straight shutout of
head of Sante Fe, N. M. The proved that interest is not the season fanning sixteen and '
two put on such a sensational bat- lagging, despite the summer sun. giving up four walks. t
tle that the 3,000 some odd fans a w More competitors are being .

that were on hand went hoarse I' sought especially from among The grand-slam homer hit by
from screaming with excitement the beginners. 3ran Hamner in the second game
Both pugilists stood toe-to-toe Beginners have just as goodan rf the double-header against the
for almost three rounds. There i opportunity to win since they
Pirates, June 3, was the first in
was no question In the minds of are placed in low handicap he: major league career for the
the three judges that the fight groups.
was a draw as all the score cards Play begins each Tuesday at Philly .
Indicated it as such. The battle 0830 and contestants may sign .'
was nothing short of sensational.The y 0 up for the day's tourney until Hal Keller, Chattanooga catcher -
fifth bout saw Dick Stone 0915. Memberhip is open to( any and younger brother of King-
officer's wife in the area. Kong Keller of Detroit, poled two
of Buffalo, N. Y. and Don Burrows .M1 a9
grand-slams In successive Southern -
of Tipton, Okla put on a fine
exhibition. Both fighters fought -1r Third baseman Al Rosen broke Association games against

cautiously with the lean Okla- his nose for the tenth time June Birmingham,. June. 1713..
r 1L
homan garnering the split decision < 1, In a pre-game' warmup with
over the stocky New Yorker SMOKER ACTION-In one of the seven fast bouts at NATT- Bob Kennedy. One of Kennedy's Harry Perkowskl'a 2 to 1 win

Bailey Whip Sullivan 1- first outdoor smoker, John Moorehead left, and Phil Mc pegs slipped through Rosen's over the Brave June 17 was the

la the seml-wlndup John Baxley right, go at it fast and furious in their middleweight go. The glove and hit,him squarely the first victory for the Cincinnati 1M9.
Df Jacksonville, and Jo Sullivan judge saw this really terrific toe-to-toe battle as a draw 08e. itched: since September e




July 5, 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven

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Tigers BoastThreeGame How Do You Get in Hall of Fame? I Hospital Annexes First,

All but one sports fan were that much more commenda-
caught asleep at the switch in ble. The correct answer is:
last week's Jax Air News' Champion Charles in defense NAS Playoff Fray 24-6
Sports Quiz. of his title stopped five foes
Win StreakThe The question "How many including Gus Lesnevich Pat .
knockouts has Ezzard Charles Valentino Freddy Beshore, Delayed twice by rain and wet grounds. the second game of thebestofthree
NAS Tigers baseball team chalked up i in defending his! Nick Barone and Lee Oma.heavyweight playoff series for the NAS intra-mural Softball title
f" In( recent action has fashioned a title. Name his This week we switch to between Naval Hospital and Fasron Six was re-slated for Tuesday
three-game win streak to boost victims?_was really a sleep- baseball. The query can be an- but due to an early deadline this week final results were not ob
its season record to 8 wins and 11 er. swered in one simple sen- tainable.
losses. Monroe C. Dorsey, a civilian tence. .TTjtOnlial: :U. TJaft/tVial iiuuuuui rltlMCirin...... representative WMMMMBMMMMBMMMMWHH.MK M.
The Tigers started their win policeman attached to the sta. .inu. do baseball players and defending champion second frame saw Hospital rally
streak against the Aristocrats of tion Police Office was the only quality for the hall of Fame?" got off to a good start in for six more.
Jacksonville in a city contest. one among thousands to pro- 7 \ defense of its title with a 24-6 Score Early
The Tigers emerged on top, 8-3. vide the correct answer. The first correct answer gets victory over Fasron American 'I One "run scored in the third
.. The win was marked by flaw- Ezzard Charles has not been two free tickets to the: Jaxa division winner in the first play and six more scampered home in
, less play on the part of the Ti champion long enough for Tars home games, while the off fray played under the lights the fourth. The following frame
the winners him to have his name enter second winner wins a.
gers. Green paced last Wednesday. found the Fasron 6 crew retiringthe
with three doubles and a singlein the records but Dorsey some- course meal at the civilianhow Hospital finished its regular Hospital batters in order.

five trips to the plate. Waller dug up the facts. It was cafeteria. season play with 18 wins as The sixth inning saw another
pitched the win, striking out 9 a tough question and called Remember, no answers will against one loss while Fasron half dozen men crossing the
" ".. and walking 2. for some mean thinking- be accepted prior to 0900 Fri- pulled a Frank Merriwell finsh to plate and the following inning
The following day the Tigers which makes Dorsey's feat day. cop the American diadem with a concluded the 24 run scoring
made it two in a row over the 14-3 record. spree on the part of the Hospital. .
Aristocrats in a nip and tuck battle The winner of the NAS softball Fasron 6 opened its scoring in

5-4. Two Clubs Battle For loop clashes with the event- the initial frame scoring one
A last inning double by Wil- ual winner of the NATTC cir- tally. They added single runs in
lie Nunn pulled the game out of cuit for the all-station the second and third innings, and
the fire for the Tigers inspiredby ship, which will be a chamfion- pushed the final three scores
Manager Williams. Nunn went game series. across in the seventh frame.
the distance for the Tigers in NATTC National TitleThe High geared Hospital steam- Ben Kissee twirled the win. and

striking out 8 men and walking 1. rolled to a smashing 24-6 win went all the way for Hospital,

The third victory found the TI- hot in NATTC softball loop's National division has nar- over an erratic Fasron Six com- Glaub Miller and Bulot sharedthe
gers completely handcuffing the rowed down to two contenders as play enters its final week. bine last Wednesday night at the duties for Fasron 6 with
.. Chaseville Eagles, 9-1. varsity diamond in the first of Glaub taking the loss.
.. Bob Wolz's shut-out was ruin- Airman School (P) Students I Stone In shutting out the Dental their scheduled series play to de- Callam paced the Hospital
rd in the eighth frame when the and First Lieutenants are now I gave up only 4 bingles.A cide the NAS loop championship.The batsmen with four hits in five
Eagles pushed their lone run in position to claim the National :' fighting band of Marine Permanent first playoff affair was trips including a home run and:
across the plate. leg with AKA( ) School and Ma- Party softballers surprised liberally sprinkled with a bar- double. Dudley led the loser
The Tigers tallied a pair ofruns rine Students falling by the way- Personnel 12-2, as Bob Grlner the rage by Hospital which posted with a pair of safeties.
,In the first, four in the second, Bid* during the week as they Marine chucker pitched beautifulball 14 hits. No less than 11 errors I I
one in the sixth and two more in went down to defeat. in the clutch to gain his 7th were committed by Fasron Six. Bill Chase Annexes
the ninth. Bob Wolz struck out Meanwhile Al Brady's ANP) triumph. McGiffin took his first pushed its runs
sixteen men in chalking up the Ship's Co. crew winner of the loss of the year for Personnel. across Hospital in splurges and scored in Blind Bogey Play
.. third straight win for the Tigers.Warming. American League flag notched.
AnP) Ship's Co. Wins every inning but the fifth. Two Blind bogey winner for the
.' '. another victory Athletic to its and win Recrea-streak Al Schlosser, Marine managerled tallies came in the first, and the week was Bill Chase who. scored!

by defeating the hitting assault by beltingout a net 78. Chase shot an 86, picked -
tion and extend its win streak the National League do likewisethe
three hits and driving in 6
8 for to him
a handicap give
20 straight unbeaten games in two teams will meet on Thurs-
runs. Testerman also had 2 hits. the 78 net.Chase .
league play. Schiffer and McGiffin with 2 day evening at 1630 on diamondNo. .
Play Monday was limited to blows apiece were the hitting 5 for the division championship also stole top putting
.. The Benchy three games as the ANP( ) Students stars for Personnel.On and the right to play ANP) honors for the day on No. 18,
AK"A" Schol and the 1st Ship's Co., winner of the Ameri- with a 20-footer.
Armed Forces Tress Service"What Lleuts annexed victories. Wednesday ANP) Ship'sCo. can League for the NATTC In- Bill Baker scored a double win
happens to all these high- AEA" downed Supply 8-2. in an all tra-mural softball title. in the weekly event by sending
ANP) Students downed in the American
priced bonus babies, generally important game The league winner then plays the pill 275 yards down the mid-
coast to
18 to 3 to notched
School Woodrow
pitchers who enter the major League. Perry the NAS loop victory for the all- dle on No. 17 for the longest
fan- their 16th victory of the season.AK"A" his 11th win of the season in the
leagues with a lot of money Ma- Station crown. drive and taking closesttothepin -
fare and newspaper headlines? School bested the Ted game to go head of the pack as NATTC standings as of July 2: competition on No. 16.
rine Students 12-3 to give the winnlngest pitcher in the .
.1 r
Answer to the question Barksdale his 11th win for the NATTC softball play. Vic Stone AMERICAN LEAGUE
the more interesting in the lightof year. Irvine takes the loss for after 9 straight wins took his first W. I* Training Center Plans
a )recent transactionsigningby the Marines. Shortstop Foley loss of the In the highlightof ANP) Ship's Co ............20 0
the Cleveland Indians of Billy came up with 2 hits to lead the the the 4th inning, Supply & Material.......... 15 6 Horseshoe Tournament
Joe Davidson an untried youngster hitters. Irvine allowed AK 7 with the game score tied at 1 and 1 Personnel ..............................12 7 Personnel interested in entering *
of 18, for a reported $100,000. blows while Barksdale set the Ma- and the bases loaded Cappy Cap- AO Ship's Co ............... ....10 9 intra-mural horseshoecompetition
They found him down at Oak Marine Air Detachment.... 9 12
" rines down with four. shaw belted one of Vic Stone's fast at NATTC can
Ridge, N. C., and Like Paul Pettit First Us. 1lo'eThe balls deep into centerfield for a Athletic and Rec .............. 9 12 contact the AthleticRecreation -
bonus pitcher acquired two years Dispensary Dental............. 5 15 department in either buildings '
First Lteuts moved a step home run.BusheJJ.
ago by the Aircraft Maintenance ...... 1 20
_Pitt Pirates_ ___.__ closer to first place in the national II Capshaw Adams Wil- 563 or 513.
for on simi- division as they downed a new son and. Beaver each collected two Members of ANP( ) School
lar a is band of AO Students 5-0. Alf hits In the fray. McElyea with 3 NATIONAL: LEAGUEW. Students will hold competitionby
sum Schudell worked on the hill for hits in 3 times at bat for Supplywas L. companies. All other schools
an out- ANP( ) Students ...............17 4 will play off by schools.
his 9th win. the heavy .hitter. McElyeaalso
standingyoungster the winners to gain in the 1st Lleuts ............................16 5 Ship's Co. personnel will
Menagley suffered the loss for belted a home run con-
AK "A" School ...15 7
play off by departments and
7 and
AO. Menagley walked gave test.
.. ... but has it to in the Lieuts but two hits while To Decide Title MAD Students ...14 7 the winner and runnerup of
prove Students' AE Students ..13 7 each department, company or
'the strong arm Alf Schudell Meanwhile ANP( )
the majors.I thisconnection walked two and gave up just one downed AL Students 7-0 while Medics ..11 9 school will playoff for the
n I scratch bingle. the 1st Lieuts. battered AK "A" AE Ship's 8 17 NATTC horseshoe title.
Lockman and Clark were the School 16-8. Pappy Davenporthurled AO Students 6 16 Further information can be-
it is Inter- I
: only two batters to hit Menagley, the win for the 1st Lleuts. obtained by contacting NAT-
t p esting note late t o ; while Churchwell got the only hit While Ted Barksdale suffered the A fumble by Ray Boone in the TC Athletic Recreation, Build
.3 off of Schudell. loss for AK. Habelwltz and Dav- game against Washington June ings 563 at NATTC Auditorium
reportfrom Pitts- Tuesday Supply Material enport each collected two hits for 17, was the seventeenth error of or the NATTC gymnasium

burgh. Billy trounced the Dental Department, the 1st Lleuts., while Zurchin with. the season for the Cleveland building 513. I .
23-0 with Vic Stone on the hill 3 hits and West with two hits for shortstop, which is three more
boss of thePirates Johnson took the loss for Dental. AK were the hitting stars. than: Lou Boudreau his predecessor -
Billy Joe Davidson ,I Stone also led the hitting parade Should the 1st Lleuts. win their made in all of 1947, while Theatre
has arrived at the decision with 4 hits while McElyea Owns- remaining games on Monday and establishing a record of only 14 in
finally bonus by and Fisher got 3 hits aptece. Tuesday and ANP( ) Students of 150 games. Guide
that his $100,000
.. .. .
Pettit will never make it, Meyer : -'- : ;
believes the Pirates' only chance I r CAUGHT IT INLET HARBOR .:, ; < : MAIXSIDE
to cash In on the investment is \ &/ Thursday, June 5
to convert the boy into an out- : "Cattle Drive" ..........Joel MiCifa
fielder. ,- Friday, June 6

Major league magnates with "Two of a Kind''....Lizabeth Scott
more money than judgment prob- Saturday, June 7
ably will continue this silly practice i. NZ >V Kw "Rouge RI\'t'r..Rory Calhoun
but the records reveal that Sunday, June 8"Cyrano
few of the high priced bonus De Bergerac" ..... .,
kids very ever deliver. The Phillies so. . .. .............Jose Ftmr
far are the only ones to enjoy any Monday, June 9
luck with bonus baby pitchers. An American Guerilla In The
I i > Philippines" ..........Tyrone Pom
Tnr and Wed., June 10-11
.. Full Speed Ahead For "St. Benny The Dip" .... .. -,

...........................Dick Hayme
Athletic Program NATTCenter
Thursday, June 5
NATTConter's huge athletic "The .,
program has finally reached the .... WiUmark
( "full speed ahead" stage, reportsLt. Friday, June 6
Marconi NATTCenter's Ath- ""Roug< Rlvtr..Rory Calhoun
letic and Recreation officer Saturday, June 7 .
Six months ago., Athletic and "Two of a Klnd".Llzabeth Scott
Recreation Department's sports [Sunday June 8

gear locker was barren. Today "China Corsair".._..........Jon Hall
sufficient space and equipment to Mon and Tuos., June 9-10
successfully almost any "Cyrano De Bergerac" ........ .. ..,-
-. sport carryon! \is available to all. As soon .. .., ......_... ..............Jose Ferrer
' as enough men become interestedIn Wednesday, June 11
a particular sport, tournaments "An American Guertlla In The
wilL be arranged. Philippines" ..........Tyrone Power
< .
NATTCenter's Athletic-Recrea
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Al Rosen of the Cleveland Indians -
lion includes facilities
for tennis, horseshoes, bowling, BIG CATCH-A group of employees from Public Works proudly display their biff catch during hit the first home run -of
baseball and swimming. Six new a recent day's outing- at Inlet Harbor, Daytona Beach. In the catch are two oceanic bonita his career off Yankee pitching,
clay volley ball courts have just 16 king mackerel, 10 red snapper, 8 trigger fish and about 25 rock bass. Left to right, kneelingare June 3, when he rapped a round- i
recently been completed and are Ray Park, Joe Gelssmann, Clifford Murray Clifford Wemp, Lester Rountree, Don Cameron, tripper: against Vic Rashi in the '
now available to those interestedin Don Morgan (retired Navy veteran) and Ernest Johnson. In front Is Redwood Wharton, boat cap opener of the tribe's doW \Wtory. ...
that sport. tain. Man on extreme left is unidentified. : I



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Items offering for sale art.
des of property such a* washlnj
machines, automobiles, furniture I
radios, clothing and the like 1 it Been playin hookey (might as
prohibited by Defense Department well face it) but I had me a

regulations. This column will wonderful time.

however, list such services as (Lost track of my muse and f
available housing rides wanted, now I must chase it and settle
lost and found articles, and otliei back down with a rhyme.) It's.
similar notices). nice to pick up and hie to far
' I'OK KENT places, It's nice to be carefreea --
Unfurn. house, 5231 Woodcresl a rover. It's nice to step out .-

\ Road, Hillcrest section, 80 per I kick over the traces And
mo. :Mrs. Kingsbury it's nice to get back when it's C

t Single rm., $10 per wk.. dbl. $15: over
2932 Downing Ave. Sneaking back in under the po- I

apt.. 2230 Riverside em penned by one Charles James
5-rm. Duplex
other ef- I
O'Neal, whose literary
e' Ave. Mrs. Sol, Ph. 4-0774. I
forts will make frequent appear-
'' 2 single rms with pvt. bath, 4425' ances here, Sidelights returns a .' I .
Herschel St. W. L. Todd, Ph, couple of weeks earlier than I

8-5932. I planned, to tell you of something i

'. Unfurn. 3-bedrm house yearly; in the wind. I
basis. Jax Beach. Mrs. Padrick, I

Ph. 7-6880. I The something; It's teen a

2-rm. apt. for adults 2601 ParkSt. long time, over a year, since Sup-
Mrs. S. R. Houston. Ph. 8- .1 ply last held a dance or depart-
2770. ment wjng. ding (HC i(' you don't

Furn. bdVm. and kitchen $15 per count the Christmas party,' and
wk., 5106 Appleton Ave. Mrs A.I I even if you do, that was six
A. LeGrande, Ph. 2-7216. I months ago), so Sidelights with

Furn. 3-rm. apt. In Riverside. $70 "FORM SCHOOL" GRADUATES-Now ready to put into practice what they have learned are pressure from a number of Sup-
recent graduates of a three-week school for Form Contact Repre- plyers thinks it is high time we,
per mo. Mrs. E. H. Griffin, Ph.I these experts on form design, v
82267. I sentatives. Front row, left to right, are, Helen Styron, NAS, Jax; Alice Chapman, Naval Station had another dance, or maybe a
5-rm. Tionffe' 256 Bel- I Green Cove Springs; Mike McMichen, Forms Control officer of 6th Naval District and school su- beach party.At .
Will share
Laura Watkins pervisor: Mignonne Carpenter. NAS, Jax and Joy Terrell, Cecil Field. Second row, Wendel Pat- present, a committee Is be-
:Mrs. ,
I fort St. rick, NAS Jax; Keith Grimes, NAS, Jax; William E. Glasgow, assistant Publications Officer, 6th ing formed to prescribe the what,
Ph. 74435.FOR Naval District; Lt. (jg) Ezra Batte, Florida Group, Atlantic Reserve Fleet, Green Cove Springs; when, and where,,as well as how

SALE E. D. Hemmin, Naval Hospital _and J. W. Jeffries, YNC, Atlantic Reserve Fleet. _____ much details that will require
6-rm. brick home, garage, coiner I about three or four weeks to workout
lot. No closing cost. Gillock, Ph. First School Here .* Although this column won't

8-2922. Dance Lesson 14 appear again for a couple of week
3-bedrm. house Timuquana Man (but thereafter on a regular basis,
!\. or. Lcd 1'. J. E. Miller, 4556 New Program Aims To Simplify we hope), It's pretty safe to Bay .
! Blount Ave., Ph. 8-2751. Delayed 1 Wccfc that the date for the shindig will
. most likely be the end of this '

1947 trailer model, furn.24-ft.. Air National Base Trailer house Filing Of 'Endless' Paper FormsAt month or the first of next.

Park George W. Glover Ext. Lesson No. 14-The final lesson1. If possible, it may be a double-
\. 321. long last the Navy is doing i I ;.In the series of free Arthur barrelled affair: afternoon beach ..
something about those paper I tween the district publications Murray Dancing Lessons party followed by a dance later
1:{ MISCELLANEOUS forms that accumulate and clut- and printing office and the ac -which was scheduled to ap- that night. The point is; the an-

" Join car pool, J. E. Gregory 8395 Hrs.Art ter up the files of every govern- I tivity. j pear in today's issue of the Jax nouncement is being made now, to
Shop Bldg., Ext. ment activity.A Air News, will appear next. give you plenty of time to add
t 0730-1600. The school was conducted locally
new aimed at simplifying your seasoning to the stew and
Riders wanted from Lake Shore by Mike S. McMichen,
i to NAS and return. 0730-1600. ,, consolidating or eliminating forms control officer of the 6th The popular series, which I to make plans to attend.
I all obsolete or unneces- has been well received by readers M I
C. E. Lowe, Ext. 404. Naval District, Charleston. During -
Ride wanted 500 Park St. to sarv form within individual activities the program about 75 top na- has been made possible With to many new Supply-ers 1
USNH, 0800-1630, Angelo, Ph. has been introduced in val officers within the Florida through the courtesy of the Ar- reporting on board since Christmas I.
639. all naval districts where key civilians area and their staffs, were in thur Murray Studios, 213 West it will be a kind of get-ac-
t Riders wanted-Driving to Hunt- are being trained to rede- vited to hear an explanatory lec- Adams Street, Jacksonville. quainted event.MiscellanyAnyone.

I" ington, West Va., on July 13, sign and standardize those now ture on the subject given by Mc- If personnel have missed any I
" will take one or two passengers, in use. Michen and M. N. Dickson. dis- lessons, they can, on reouest, who missed
share expenses. Ph. 7-8245 or The first school within the 6th trict record management officer'l procure a booklet of all 14 les- either the Phoebe Sapp-Earl Lieb- t
Ext. 341. W. R. Wright, Shop Naval District has! just been com- The graduates of the | sons by writing the Arthur tag or the Alice Fender-Albert I
3277, O&R. pleted at NAS Jax, with 10 new- Windel Patrick, Keith Grimes, Murray Studios in Sax, Banks nuptials, missed seeing two ,
, Found-General Motors car keyin ly created representatives receiv- William E. Glasgow, Helen M. of the nicest weddings and pret-
Ad. Bids1, parking lot. Can ing certificates. The training! Styrens. and Mignonne CarDen- j tiest brides of the season .
be had by calling NAS OOD. covered a three weeks' period ter of NAS Jax; Lt. Oil) Ezra Frank Coleman, one-time commer-
Found Pawnbroker's ticket for touching on such subjects as Batte and J. W. Jeffries, YNC. of New A-Blasts cial artist who designed the new
Pea Coat Contact C. R. Bowers, printing specifications for forms. the Florida Group, Atlantic Re- II heading for this column and the
Ph. 8271.Driving functional and numerical files of serve Fleet, Green Cove Springs; Department Seal (as seen first on
to Youngstown Ohio on all forms used by the activity. E. D. Hemming. Navel Hospital, Seek MysteryOf the Carnival much-oblige cards),
compilation and operation of I I Jacksonville Alice Chapman Naval
July 13. Have room for two ; departed Supply life soon after the
passengers Call Jax Air News, Navy prescribed Forms Control I, Station, Green Cove Springs, Carnival and is now developing -
Files, and other matter relativeto and Jay Terrell Cecil Field. Radiation
Ext 8184Adm. I his talents In the Photo Lab.
cutting down pacer work.Congress .
I Because Sidelights has seldom,
AFPS Radio
Washington ( )- -
first directed the I Morton DowneyContinued activity vanishes two minutes if ever, had complete or even suf-
M'ntgomeryContinued ficient in this column of .
standardization of coverage
governmentforms after an A-Bomb explosion, ex- ,
( from Page 1) Supply-ers and their doings volunteers -
in 1945. Since then this cept In. the detonation area
" ( from Page 1) regardless of style. She has the (or draftees) from all sec-
has been carried out bv Navy Rescue and work can
Service Medal with recovery
Distinguished through its district Publicationsand ability to add her personality to tions of the department, including
begin immediately in any area
two gold stars in lieu of second Printing offices. Literally any song, whether It be bop, jump, I where there Is life, according, to a couple of foreign correspondents
and third awards and the Navy
thousands of obsolete and unau- o.r live tunes. the scientists who exploded the fiom' South Area, will funnel their
Cross. thorized forms have been discarded Patrice Helene and Jan Howardare most recent bombs at Eniwetok findings' to your reporter, who in
Here Since Feb. 50
hilarious dancing turn will channel it to
: on
and considerable savings a young you.
I Atoll, in the Pacific
In January of 1945 Admiral effected thereby. team rated as one of the best in Scribes so delegated will be named
Montgomery reported as Com The mystery of lingering: radiation -
However, since the forms con- the country for their particular here.
mander Fleet Air West Coast style of humor and terpsichorean has ben solved and dm-
trol was initiated,
This command included the supervision program expe- result of the tests. I
madness. The dance satirists In- spelled as a
rience has shown that the large
of vital aircraft logistics, commands have benefitted most corporate side-splitting dialogueinto Scientists were able to enter the I MalariaMosquitoContinued
directing and maintaining a constant by having trained forms contact the act.Presentation. destroyed area 15 minutes after
flow of essential personnel, representatives attached to the of the Morton the blast. I ( fromPage 1)
t, supplies, materials, and planes in administrative sections of the Downey shqw here was arranged On one of the islands where the research still going on in the r "
support of U. S. Naval Air Units staff. The representatives exam- through the co-operation of USO- new construction was required, I laboratories. A complete insec-
6 blasting at the enemy inner de- ine all forms required within the Camp Shows and the Coca-Cola full time w i fenses. activity and act as liaison be- Bottling Company yards from the detonation pointon erv> the growth of insects, as
the day of the explosion. well as maintain a supply of spe-
Hear Adm. llardison I II Within the 72 hours required to imens" for testing solutions and
build barracks, they were occupied m thods. An electrically controld -
Named Conil'airn.vRear bv workers. "death cell" makes it possibleto

I'. Admiral 0 15 born a B. Satisfied Wit Tests guage accurately the dosage
t Hardison, until recently Commander The Atomic'Energy Commis- needed as well as the time to
r' Naval Forces Marianashas sion reported they were satis- eradicate various species.
been named to fill the post s wc 9 fied with the tests. The Eniwe The progress of the Unit to its ,
of Commander, Fleet Air Jacksonville I I tok experiments showed contin- present proportions-which are

r vacated by A d m i r a 1 i .. ,.-.. ;_ .. uing improvement in weapons still growing -is attributable
t Montgomery. Until such time |I design. Weapons "several times declares the offlcer-in-charge, to
as Admiral Hardison reports more powerful" than those A- the close cooperation rendered
aboard, Captain Allen Smith, Bombs used on Hiroshima and lot only by every department on (
k I Chief of Staff, will serve as Nagasaki have been developedas the station, but by the Public .
Commander Fleet Air Jackson- a re ul t.Operation. Health Department offices in all
' \" vide, Greenhouse, the southern states touched by the
' code name for the tests, Included 5th Naval District.The k
Later the same year he became 1 more than 9,000 persons from
h Commander Air Force Pacific Sdi" the three Services. It was conducted longer training period will
Fleet with the temporary rank under, military regula- become effective early in July.
of Vice Admiral and in August ; tions but was headed by A. E. The additional time alloted to
1948 he reported Commander ,;
'" ., C. officials. initial training will result in increased -
Fifth Fleet.Following. .
combat ,
emphasis on
, service as Commander % AfP4
First Task Fleet, Pacific andat Army Training Period use of individual weapons, and
I .
physical conditioning.The
Commander Alaskan Sea Fron-
:f. tier and Commandant Seventeenth FUEL, FOR HUNGRY JET-The telescopic, swiveling pipe Increased to 16 Weeks 14-week period was adopted
in has been used the Air when the Korean situation demanded -
: Naval District, Admiral system for furling: aircraft flight by
f'I Montgomery reported to Bermuda Force for some time on propeller-driven craft but now the gigantic Washington (AFPS)-The basic I the training of troops in
In 1949 AS Commander Naval Operating Jet bombers.are In the act too. Here the 600-mph B-47, raining period has been Increased he; minimum time consistent with
Base Bermuda where he stratojet bomber, left, is getting her tanks filled from a double- rom 14 to 16 weeks in Army Re- ombat: effectiveness. Progress of
remained until ordered to his present deck Boeing KC-97A stratofrelghter tanker. This method of re-. lacement Training* Centers and ncreaslng over-all Army strength
billet as Commander Fleet Air plenishing fuel supply Increases bomber's non-stop flight capa Training Divisions, the Defense has permitted return to the longer -

.JacmRvUI. s e. bilities. Department announced recently. basic period.


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