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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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July 12, 1951


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

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, : ,1. I Anchorage Turned Into New Recreation Spot For 'White Hats' I

J from all Present plans call for an- ing," he added.In .
with loud cheers
"White Hats" at Naval tion spot was made by dance at the meantime Public
John M. Lewis newly "White Hats" who have enlisted men's
Air Station Jacksonvillewill least once "week, with or- Works workers are busy
have a new recreational appointed Navy Exchange been hoping for such a facility chestra. If this proves pop- getting the Anchorage in

rendezvous where they officer at NAS. ular, it may be possible to shape, fixing the roofs, repairing -

may spend their hours of have dancing more fre- the entire building,

relaxation, it was revealed Tentative opening date The Anchorage will be quently, it is pointed out installing refrigeration and

t f 'r Tuesday. has been set for this Sunday operated by the Navy Ex- decorating the interior in
Located in what is knownas .15. Definite offi- "This will be ordinary nautical style.
I>- July change, with a civilian man- no
the Anchorage, nestled cial opening of the new spot in charge. Proposed tavern," points out Lcdr. It may be that all repair
: ager
behind the enlisted bar will be posted in the PlanoftheDay hours for the indoor spot Lewis. "It is being createdas work may not be completedby

racks on the banks of the and will also be will be from 1600 to 2300. a really nice place for June 15, but it is the

.. St. Johns River, the new posted in the enlisted men's Beef, soft drinks, sand- "White Hats" to enjoy ,,, goal being set by officials,

recreation spot will be operated barracks. wiches of all kinds, steaks, their leisure hours with who hope to see the new en-

\ as an activity. of the Announcement of the fried chicken and other tas- their friends, wives, dates listed men's recreation spot

Navy Exchange. of the dine-dance- ty meals and dishes will be and families, amid a pleasant swing open its doors on
The announcement of the opening surround- that date.
relaxation spot will be met offered. enjoyable _.
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-- Commander Naval Air Bases S lath Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wing 11 .
Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, -----
First Group OfMiddies Some Personnel'Eye

;' Arrive I Separation i

Here SaturdayThe
An enlarged separation center has been set up on the

first of two groups of lower deck of Building 955 to handle the anticipated large

Second Class Midshipmen number of regular and reserve personnel who will be discharged -

slated to visit the Naval Air from active duty under provisions of Alnav 62-51.

Station while making their f Several station separatees
from the NAS Personnel Office -
third annual 1 Summer Air o already have logged in at the men. Just how many men are expected -
Cruise, will arrive here Sat- center which is staffed by four to be separated at NAS

'; urday. Jax cannot be ascertained at this

I time, inasmuch as the personnel
Two officers will accompany the ......)1;>. Jax Air News office is now in the process of
group of 99 Middies who will re-
i main' here until 0800 Tuesday, at ARRIVE FOR CRUISE Five men of threesquadrons Jacksonville Monday To be HalfSizeNext checking records.
which time they will continue the "Weekend Warriors" who reported to NARTU However, it is believed that a
Air Force Base, '. for their annual two weeks tour of active duty gather for sizable percentage of station per-
cruise to Eglin instructions prior to undertaking; their training. Left to right/; are 2 WeeksWith sonnel are affected directly by ,;

Valpariso.While aboard the station, the Thomas Rosagrause, ADE1; Daniel Vile, ADEg; Vincent Wascak, the stipulations of Alnav 62-51 i..
future naval officers will learn /ADEI; Earl Waldrop, AOT1, and Casey Dinkins ADEC. ----- part of the staff and Alnav 66. The former pro-
what it takes to keep a large air off on a deserved vacation, vides for the separation of per- |

station in full operation. A program Invaluable Training the next two editions of sonnel in certain categories 9 1951), and for I.
dated July
f tours, inspections and will be the latter ( ,
I .... of the Jax Air News the involuntary extension of en-

practical arranged demonstrations to include the has activi-been Three Reserve Squadrons Report reduced the to past four the pages.In entire. staff listments. .
ties of all commands attached
I enjoyed its annual summer To fully clarify the provisionsof
NAS It won't Jax. be all work for the For Annual Active Duty CruiseThree leave, suspending publication the new Alnavs, Lt. GeorgeS
entirely but this year only Holton, NAS Personnel Officer,
Middies: however. A Saturday squadrons of "Weekend Warriors" reported to the Jack- part of the staff will be on has condensed the directives into -
Officer's Club
dance at the their
night sonville Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Monday to commence leave and the remaining per- a simplified form. The con-
visit to
has been scheduled and a annual two weeks tour of active duty. sonnel will put out the four- densation follows:
of interest in .
some of the spots
The squadrons Include Fighter I Pensacola, pager. Alnav 66 announces the invol-
been Field
the Jacksonville area NAAS Saufley
,. .... planned. I Squadron 741, Fleet Air Service where operations will be held. Due to the temporary cut in untary extension of enlistmentsof
cruises Squadron 741 and Air Wing Staff size, many weekly :features members of the Regular Navy
The annual summer were *
exercise will Too, it will Marine Corps, and Reserve
in 1949 to give : 74. The entire Joint will be missing.
first organized will be
be under the command of Comdr. The enlisted complement mean that many weekly col- components thereof expiring on
the Midshipmen an opportunity to Leroy P. Johnson, Commander, Air transported in Navy transportsin umns and features will be cut or after July 9, 1951, and priorto
'_ obtain an understanding of aviation Wing Staff 74. a giant air lift The transports short somewhat and it will al- July 1, 1952, for a period of
by participation in indoctrin- will be flown by Naval Air Re- less pictures. 12 months unless such member
and observationof This year's active duty cruise at so mean
ation flights by servists from reserve activities voluntarily extend or re-enlist.
a variety of activities coveringthe for the Jacksonville squadrons will NAS New York, NAS Willow Sub-unit Public Information Exceptions to the above are: (1)
field of aviation. be one of invaluable training as Grove, NAS Grosse He. Michigan, offices and contributors their are requested USNEV and USMCV, (2)) en-
The second classmen are divided it will be conducted away from NAS Squantum, :Mass., and NAR to keep copy listments voluntarily extended
into four battalions, two of the home base. Tuesday, the en- TU Anacostla, D. C. brief and to the point in order where the effective date of such
which will visit NAS Jax. The squadrons embarked by air for I that the staff may be able to is after July 28,
Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5) into the extension on or
three ( much news
of the as
28. tice complement squeeze
second group will arrive July as possible. 1950 and (3)) enlistments that
four pages
\ + have once been involuntarily ex- !
R Headers are: asxea 10
STARTING WITH MEAGER TOOLS, PERSONNEL with the staff for the next stories two tended .
I weeks. Although many for the
62-51 provides
OF FASRON 6 JET ENGINE SHOP DO WONDERS may half not size editions appear ,due it may to the be following separation categories of personnel, at the in times the
I for
them over
to carry
t possible indicated, unless they voluntarily
about "the difficult aid J. fish, ADC, Chief-in-Charge, the instrument from inclement the August 1 edition, when to the remain on active duty, are
... The adage : I weather. Jax Air News returns nor- otherwise under
we do immediately, the and Owen N. Coffee, ADC, as is shop divided ,I Really using the ol' Navy knack I mal routine and its customary hospitalized medical treatment or or are in a
coordinator, the Jet
impossible may take a little into three departments. "A" I (Please Turn to Page 4, Col..._ 2) eight pages. disciplinary status: '"\

longer," is borne out by the shop under Gerald A, Jahr, ADS,, (a) Regular Navy enlisted per.

personnel of the Fasron Six is responsible chiefly forpreserv (Please Turn ,to. Page, 3, Col. 3)

jet shop, as they proceed with ing and the stowage of engines."B" .

few tools and little 1 i l equipment check shop, ADI.under pulls John all the F.bulletir Hole- First Annual

,, to repair jet engines I changes effecting engines, plus
-that normally would have tc I routine checks. "C" shop is where L1 FoY -tM i'r Inspection forNATTCenter

be sent off the station to another the combustion chamber is ministered 1

'I for overhaul,, to. -. '
After all the checks have been ;
and have done it so well that completed, the work and the engine ] 1

( 'r the unit has been awarded a must pass the close scrutiny The first annual military and ::1
commendation.Soon ot Frank Lodesky, ADC, Chief In- administrative inspection of the ;'I

after "getting the show spector. Naval Air Technical Training ?
oti the road," it was found that .To keep the unit well, supplied Outer will be held today, Fri- .'
'. the working space for the Jet engine is the. Joint Job of Etelma W. ste- day and Saturday by an inspecting I'
men was inadequate, so the vens, ADC; Pat Oliver, AK3, and x patty representing the Chief,
location Bob Church who serves as stub Technical Training. "
was moved to its present Naval: Air
at Building 621, Mainside, runner, while Dick Bradley, AD3, Senior members of the inspection ,,::
After working under a severehandicap serves as log and administrative 1 w L party will be Capt. E. R. ;-i

Lt. tls) Lloyd E. Resler yeoman. Peck, commanding officer of the Jf MI,
and his crew not only enjoy the Naval Air Technical Training ,
tools and conditions available Not content with an ordinaryjet Center, Memphis, Tenn. ''I.
best for their specialized endea testing stand, these men have ---.,. .- ._.., The inspection party was ,
ahead and elaborated on thedesigner's scheduled to have arrived at 1130(
of final
but are in the process gone AT WORK-A jet engine gets A
original theme. Because JET and begin, its inspectionin
training shop, today
intensive Fasron Six's jet engine
an test stand at
making up
of the ex- on the jet engine personnel inspection
the afternoon.
which in due time will of danger Man at the controls is Willie the
program installed an exhaust before being installed in aircraft. will be held Saturday at
available to haust, they've Schlief. AE3. When this
make Jet technicians deflector and fire bottles afc/ each Godwin, ADI, and on the right is Albert and little experience, but 0830. after which the inspecting :
the fleet. .. precaution, also unit was first set up it had meager tools will return to Memphis i if4
sUnder corner as a the unit has done wonders. (More pictures on Page 1)) party .
fabric top so as to protect since :
the viiirvW> &

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( Page Two JAX AIR NEWS v "-". ...1.'". ? July 12, 1951 I

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JL:: View Re-Enlistment Bonus For Army, AF 1

Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air

,r Station, Jacksonville. Fla. Million For
NAS, Jacksonville Bl/2 Housing at Cherry Pt.

Capt. Douglas T. Day CommandIng, Officer By Armed Force Press Service
Comdr. Porter F. Bede11 Executive Officer THE DEFENSE DEPARTMENT reports Forces, but under jurisdiction of the Treasury
Lt. Lorenzo W. Baldwin Public Information Officer on Department.
legislation to authorize of
payment a reenlistment a *
Fleet Air Jacksonville; bonus to some 20,000 soldiers and air-
Rear Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery Commander A BOARD OF Air Force General Officers
1 men who re-enlisted for indefinite terms priorto
is meeting to select .officers for to"
capt. Allen Smith Chief of Staff
October 1, 1949, awaits clearance by the
permanent and grades of
.t. Fleet Air Wing Eleven Bureau of the Budget. Introduced in Congresslast General and General. The Major
Capt. Jesse S. McClure _._._.......- Commander March, the measure was referred !o the colonels Brigadier board op
permanent which met in mid-June
Comdr. Joseph B. Tibbets -_ Chief Staff Officer Defense Department for comment. ,
completed its work and has submitted the
Naval Air Technical Training; Center results to the President.
I, Capt. Lester K. Rice __-___ Commanding Officer TUB AIR FORCE is preparing a new regulation .
r;' Comdr. John A. Gamon Jr. ......_'....._..-.--....- ........ Executive Officer reducing the time-in-grade requirementsfor *
j' Naval Hospital enlisted promotions. Whether publicationwill THE ARMY'S 1951 temporary officer pro-
s Cap Dwight J. VfhartoaCapt Commanding Officer be possible in time to affect July quota motion program was launched with the advancement
c Guy E. Stahr Executive Officer promotions is problematical. of 1,048 officers to grades of major
NARTU and lieutenant coloneL More temporary

Capt. Raymond N. Sharp Commanding Officer GEN. GEORGE C. MARSHALL, Secretaryof promotions will follow.
3 j. Comdr. Anthony Trusso Executive Officer Defense, has proposed to Congress the .
establishment of a $10 million WAC training SOME 565,000 Selectees inducted between .
1 Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration center at Fort McClellan, Ala. It would re- September, 1950, and May 31, 1951 will serve
building. Phone extension 8184EditorAndrew'. place the Fort Lee Va., Center and push Defense tours of 24 months instead of the 21 months
H. Planey Department plans to triple the WAC for which they were Inducted. The new Selective -
Staff Members John L. Almond Barbara Rickman SN
: ; ; strength of 10,000 by the middle of next year. Service law providing for 24 monthsof
Gerald Hynes, SN; Terry Ziegler SA; Mary Bixiones, SA. service Is retroactive.
The JAX AIR NEWS l. publlsnea weekly at Ute U. & Naval Air Swucm. .
Jacksonville Florida I and printed commercially with non-appropriated fundsat THE AIR FORCE is speeding up Korean
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-33. Rev. rotation plans and contemplates rotating lar- PRESIDENT TRUMAN delivered the dedi-
AFPS written material permission appealing of Armed In this Forces publication Tress may Service.not Republication be reprinted of withoutthe other ger numbers of personnel at a time In orderto catory addressc at the Air Force's new Arnold
matter except publications, is prohibited without permission cf increase the effectiveness of the faster op- Engineering Development Center at Tullahoma
Editor: JAX ri'YN"ryJ. eration, airmen moving on rotation will be Tenn. Named in honor of the late Gen. of the
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station, the Air Force, II. H. Arnold, the Center will
limited 15 day leaves and delays en route' carryon
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit. Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Cecil Field and
The JAX AIR NEWS U a member ct the Armed Forces Press Service including traveling time for a temporary pe- a project for perfecting supersonic tightS -
the U. a Naval Hospital. riod. and bombers! : Its wind tunnel will require
ILl much electric power as the enure area or
WORK BEGINS in July on an $8',4>> million Greater Nashville Tenn., and water will be consumed -
fUeeAencl1int'f housing project for Marine Corps personneland at the same rate as in Washington,

civilians at the Cherry Point N. C., ,Ma- D. C. .
rine Air Station. *
7 1/ :NINETEEN STATES and the District of
Notes THE SENATE has passed and sent to the Columbia were covered in the recent air-de
House a bill providing free postage for all fense exercise participated in by the Air Force
from members of the Armed Forces on active duty the Navy air arm and the Royal Canadian Air
including the Coast Guard which in peace- Force. The area stretched westward from the
NARTUWing time is not technically a part of the Armed Atlantic coast to the Great Lakes. I

,, ;'r< f--.i.:
Stalf-74-During the past ; c--
.. drill it was noted that two mem- status of associate. professor in t
bers of Wing Staff-74 have trans- that department. I I IA

ferred to other areas and two ';;- '., NOTES
more are leaving this month CV FASRon-741 The annual \
Comdr. Edward Gwathmey, as- training duty cruise will start on "j
Distant Wing Staff Commanderfor July 9. This year it will be a buffet dance was held Sat
Operations, has moved to New joint operation with NARTU urday with visitors from Cecil
York and will no longer be with Jax's Wing Staff-74, Fighter Field and Green Cove Springs aa .
the staff. Squadron VF-741 Fleet Air Service well as several CPO's' of the Italian -
CHCLK John B. Stewart, has Squadron CV FASRon-741, Navy. Music was by Buddy
been transferred to New York in and similar squadrons from NAS Pitts band.
his civilian work. John was a Miami. Bingo will be held as usual at
member of the Wing Staff Supply About 300 officers and men are 2000 Friday with the inauguration -
Department He will continue his expected to attend. It will take of merchandise prizes.
activities with the Naval Air Reserve four R4Ds to airlift the ground Next Saturday July 14, thrift
and has been assured a billet personnel of CV FASRon-741 on will be dancing from 2030 to 0030
in Wing Staff-83 at New York. Tuesday morning. to the music of the Eddie Hartman '
Another member of the Supply Gordon H. Reedy came aboardfor Combo.
Department, Lcdr. Charles A. Mat drill in his new CPO uniform, Sunday evening will feature tho
thews, a professor of economicsat with the rating of CSKGA. Also dinner dance commencing at 1800to
the University of Florida, has advanced in rate recently are: free music.
orders to report to the Superintendent Glen E. Moyer to AMS1 and Mar- There will be a General Assembly -
U. S. Naval Academy on vin H. Homer to ADE2. meeting on Thursday July

or before July 22 to become a I V* < .1rtB f* <***<'!"'l"ll>'-i- itinr,,,,, < 12, at 2000 for the purpose of
___...._ __ i
member of the Superintendent'sstaff. All aviation rated men and -V" electing a new Board of Govern- ,}
some strikers in CV FASKon-741 NEW AUXILIARY UNIT FORMED-The banner of Auxiliary .
are drawing flight pay this month Air Unit 742, new satellite activity sponsored by NARTU Jax is
Ensign Bishop M. Myrkk of the Terrell C. Coleman ADEc, shown being unfurled for the first time at the unit's commissioning ors.DIVINE
Air Combat Intelligence Depart leading chief has just returned ceremony held last Sunday at Charleston S. C. Holding the >>
ment is to report to Electronics from a very enjoyable 7,000miletrip banner is Lcdr. David Humphreys AAU commanding officer,
School at NAS Memphis Tenn. on to the West Coast Lt. while Capt. Raymond N. Sharp commanding officer of NARTU, I
stands at right. Color guard includes Kenneth Simmons AA Gene
July 23, as a student. Garland E. Bell, formerly of CV; : SERVICES
Bertram M. McNamara after FASRon-741 and now a volunteerin Horton, AD2; William Wiggins SN, and Elmore Nodine SN, all

months of battling with correspondence AAU-741 will make the cruise of NARTU. AT THE STATION CHAPELS .
courses, has now been with the squadron. Protestant
directed by the Chief of Naval Maintenance officer, Lt. Claude New Satellite Activity Of i 0930-Services. All Saints' Chapel -
Personnel to add another silver A. Stonemetz received orders to I (Sunday School)
bar to his uniform. NATTU Naval Air :Material Center 091S Naval' Hospital Chapel
Lcdr. Junius E. Dovell, Staff Philadelphia, Pa., and then to j NARTU Set at Charleston ; i045-All Saints ChapeL
Communications Officer and a professor active duty. He has been relieved Catholic
in the Political Science Department I by Lt. (Jg) Harrison A new satellite activity of 0830 and 0930-Mass, St. Ed ,
at the University of I Wood who will be relieved of B'I the Jacksonville Naval 1 Air ized Reserve Squadrons. ward's Chapel.
Florida, tes been elevated to the as Technical Training Officer AAUs located in cities too remote I 0930-SL Edwards' Chapel (Cate- I
Reserve Training Unit was from Reserve Naval Air' chism Class). J
commissioned Sunday at the Stations or KARTUs for members 1030-Mass, St. Edward's ChapeL I
Air Scout "Ace" Bags His Charleston Municipal Airport.The to travel to attend week- 0645-Mass at Hospital ChapeL I

I new unit. Auxiliary Air end drills, are supported by their Mormon
99th Merit That Is Umt-742 is made up of former parent activity one week-end each I Wednesday-1930 at Small Cha
-- members of the Associated Volunteer month. Planes are flown from Del
Unit Aviation of Charleston Jacksonville to Charleston -
Roy D. Bach AA, Air Scout which was decommissioned c"n on the first full week-end of Colorful Ceremonies
"Ace" and Airman School student Rach's "Ace" rank is the high- each month for the former volunteer Commissioning at Charlestonwas
in graduating class 5-A at est which can be held in Air Scout- 1st.Significant part of the switch pilots to fly. conducted by Captain Ray-
NATTCenter has just acquiredhis ing. Air Scouting is a senior from AVUA to AAU-742 is that Get Pay For Duty mond N. Sharp NARTU commanding -
99th Boy Scout merit badge branch of the Boy Scouts of Am- the members now enjoy the pay i Operations' Charleston provide officer.
and hopes soon to make it 100. erica composed of aviation enthus- status that was formerly only flight proficiency status for In brief, but colorful ceremony
This 21-year-old "Ace's" 99th iasts. It deals with some phasesof available to members of Organ- 21 Reserve Naval Aviators and he read the orders that authorized -
merit badge was for "Citrus aviation taught in the Airman three enlisted crew members to him to establish the activity.
Growling" Rach, whose home is School. Rach says: "The experience Rach earned this award partly as the Naval Air Reserve Training Then Lcdr. David C. Humphreys _
in South Bend Ind., took advan- I gained. in earning many of a result of his activities as a Sun program.In read orders that placed him in
tage of his presence in Florida to these merit badges was extremely day School teacher and in the addition! to the training on command of his unit. At the corn't
learn the rudiments of citrus culture helpful in Airman 'School." youth group of his church. one week-end each month, AAU pletion of the reading! of the or-
and qualify for the merit members will be permitted to ders Captain Sharp presented
badge. To qualify he had successfully Some of the helpful merit badges serve an annual two week active Lcdr. Humphreys with the flag
to bud sweet orange earned were: Aeronautics Air- Each, a graduate of Woodrow duty period each summer at the of the new unit and the colors
Wilson :Nigh School South Bend, Jacksonville NARTU. were marched off.
stock onto sour orange stock, and plane Design Airplane Structure
he had to learn the steps in packing Mechanical Drawing, Photography Ind., completed one year of college The Charleston activity is well] :Membership in the AAU will en-
I and marketing oranges. and Weather. Aside from training through the Extension known throughout the Naval Air able the units' officers and en-
his Scouting activities, Rach's Division of Indiana University. Reserve Training Command as it listed men to receive two days
.,. Each said earning the merit I hobbies are photography and flyIng lIe hopes to finish college at was the first AVUA in the nationto Navy pay each month in the rank ''t'
badge was easy once he was in (he holds a private( pilot's Notre Dame University when he be founded away from its par- or. rate they bold. .
orange-growing area. He hopesto license). completes his enlistment in the ent activity. NARTU Jacksonville .
be able to earn his 100th merit Of the many Boy Scout honors i Navy. Before entering the Navyhe also sponsors AAUs to Jack- Dog Bribery? \
badge in "Cotton Growing" If he and awards he holds, Bach was employed as a cylindrical sonville and Orlando Florida, and Fairbanks, Alaska (AFFS) -
Js assigned to the Tradevman "A" regards the "God and Country: grinder operator by the Bendix Is presently forming an Auxiliary Steve Losonsky wasn't worried
Schoool at Memphis, Tenn., upon Award" (for church and commu- Aviation Corp., South Bend, lad Ground Unit at Tallahassee. Those about anybody stealing his jeep
graduating from Airman School. nity service) as his finest. lIe Each was assistant Quartermaster out-of-town activities are under lie always left e Alaskan
Incidentally the total number of sums up the personal; satisfaction at the National Boy.Scout the supervision of Lcdr. William malemute dog to guar it. lie recently -
Boy Scout merit badges which can of this award as follows: "Inbellin' Jamboree, 'held at Valley Forge.Pa. Hall of the NARTU training department reported to police: the theftof

be wo> U 11L other, you help yourself., I ., in 3850. his jeep-dog and all. .

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.. .'ltd- 12, 1951 JAX, AIR NEWS Page Three

I.iTStationDialogie ":

'' llama. ,C,% t

:("StAUon Dialogue" provides an a

opportunity for military and civil-

of NAS to voice ;
tan personnel
to learnof
\ We were Indeed sorry
.'. their opinions on a question put the death of John Eckel's father

to them by a lax Air News reporter who passed away last week

). I Leroy Toske returned to work
i, Monday morning after spending
is: "Do you
Today qutotloo
his vacation in the mountains of
l jthlnk the day will ever com when North Carolina. He informed us

',; rocket can ho fired to the moon he climbed to the top of Chimney

, e ttntl back and how soon do you Rock but we know they now havean \
\ think such a fact will come about. elevator and that Toske is get

Would< ;you take a trip via rocket ting too old for that. He tells us

to tiw moon?* he went to the Lynvllle "Tav

. e. I erns" and we thought all the time
it was the Lynville "Caverns".

Dispensary, "Yes. Rudy Carlson just returned
from leave but wouldn't give us a
about 150:
report Faunce McCully is
years. I thinkIt in the Hospital for a minor operation

will be very but hopes to be back at his
interesting t osee desk the latter part of this week.

ists how on other life ex- .._....... """ ,., .... ,....3s -pq_. ... ._ aw -_..-..--..- Ta Added during to the the list summer of fellows months working in I

stellar. levels OBSERVE SECOND BIRTHDAY As the Malaria and Mosquito Control Unit No. 1 startsits I Design is Wah Y. Eng whose home- J '

It might possibly third of operation as a permanently established unit, a full staff prepares to handle the is Jacksonville.

',' be that tasks. Seated year, left to right< are, Walter Lowry IIMC; CWO Theron Ree; Lt. (jg) Joseph McWil-: *

some day we liams; Lcdr. John Ilirst, officer-in-charge: of unit since: 1947; Lt. (jg) Edward Chapman and GeorgeRrnyan Duffy Quinn of the Records
--Rogers will have interplanetary IIMC. Back: row, left to right, Norman Masters IIM1; Lester Auera, UN; Charles Par Section tells us he hated to comeback '

commutation, and 1would I ker, UN; Edward Conroy, SN; Albert DiPatl, AN, and Margaret Gilmer, IIM3. from North Carolina .

I' '., like to be among the first Cathy Johnson is on leave vaca
to make the trip." NEGRO NEWSPAPERMAN VISITS tioning in her home state of Penn

: .. Rental Increase sylvania. Carleen Smith of the

Byron Itobber ;, Bell Telephone IN TOUR OF BASESJames Time Section is on an extended
employee: "No, STATION Effective Nov. 1 leave, infanticipating some timein

I definitely do I Hicks, Negro newspaperman the early fall.
race to cover the war Representing a considerablecash Louise Ferebee of the Contract
not think such and ex-Army captain,,
i in the Pacific during lIe was associated with many savings for personnel now Section and hubby John, spent the

a thing willever I who World fought War II, visited the Naval) prominent news correspondents, occupying low cost Naval housing week-end at St. Simons, Ga., and

occur. Besides Station last week at the in I including The New York Herald- on the station and in Dew- from all reports they had a wonderful .
who the Department of De Tribune's famous Marguerite Hlg- ey Park is a recent Bureau of visit. John is attached to
vitation of
would be thereto gins. According to Hicks "Mag- Yards and Docks directive that FASRon-109 but is on TAD with

inform the fense. gie" was a tireless and hardworking advances the initial paymentof the Fleet Service Unit of Supply.
people here Hicks, who was the first Negro reporter. She insisted on cov- Increased rentals from August When John was recalled to service

4 whether they correspondent in Korea, arrivingat ering personally many danger .1 to November 1. they resided in Washington
t. .. .nmnt..tldBarracks the battlefront last July 26 areas which the othersIncludingHicks Delay in receiving recommendations D. C. However, the Ferebees like

.IJ"itb--; the trip or not? and remaining with UN troops for himself, he says -- would from activities concerned Florida and have decided to stay.

If, despite my belief, the cruise six months, is now engaged in just as soon have avoided. on approval of revised t. *

it made, I would not care to be writing a series of articles on the "We couldn't let ourselves be rentals which apply to almostall Lt. (jg) William Miller, assist

I' present. I prefer keeping my Negro in military service. He has beaten by a girl, so we went along types of low cost Navy ant ROINCC for Maypoit now

feet on solid earth." full authorization to visit any mil too:" he said. "Some of our experiences housing units, was cited as the has his family with him and they '
installation in the country I
I I itary were pretty rugged reason for the action.e Atlantic Beach.
',J&luIf.. Lucas. ADC, Fasron i and writes his reports. on the spot I The are residing:Millers! have at three! children:

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IAQ."" / 'V T I ( ) USNR enlisted personnelwho and are enjoying the beaches.
in 73
do believe an The articles are appearing PersonnelContinued volunteered for active duty Leola Pierce of the Record Section -
served the I
Negro publications by 081735Z ofJul" announced new arrivals in
attempt will be i from 1) under BuPers desp
National Press AssociationIn ( Page
Negro .1
1950, for at least six months her household-kittens--says she,
made. In the Washington, D. C., of which he sonnel serving on a voluntary or shall be separated on the date I "they're thoroughbred alleys." W.

past years they is chief of the New York Bureau. an involuntary extension' of en- they complete 12 months active i extend a hearty welcome to Dallas 4
also the first-and only- listment shall be separated on the
lIe is
the staff
1950. Grimes who joined
have made excellent duty since June
such exten-
Negro correspondent accredited to date of expiration I Section of the Con
L if) USNR enlisted personnel of the Survey
progressin the White House. sion, providing the extension classified as veterans by Alnav tract Office last week From

rockets and Born in Akron, Ohio, he was became effective on or after July 3751 who were not receiving any tha Telephone Office we hear that
guided missies.However graduated in journalism from 28. 1950.b reservists shall be re- pay in the Reserve program at Kay Hodges and hubby have gone
.*..i/- ... Howard University in Washington. ( ) com- the time ordered to active duty in ,I to the Shriners Convention in NeVI
leased to inactive duty upon
Lucas I don't thinkwe While with the Sixth Armyin of two active dutyas the Regular Navy shall be separated York for 10 days.

shall see It In our generation. Australia, he was able to spend pletion a Fleet Reservist years since June between the time of completing We are truly sorry to report

.AI for the trip, I would want to some time at Melbourne Univer- 25. 1950, unless they become eli- 12 months active duty, I that Lcdr. James Darnell, assist
. t go for the knowledge that wouldbe sity. gible for retirement prior to but not later than the date of' ant ROINCC, suffered a setbackover
derived from the expedition." completion of the two years.c completion of 17 months active the past week. We hope ha

Upon his return from the Pa- ( ) Regular Navy and Fleet duty, under phasing schedule tot makes a speedy recovery and U
cific, Hicks was made Chief of enlisted personnel who .e promulgated by BuPers. able to leave the Hospital soon.
,.' Lt. L. n. Kappa, Dispensary Reserve .
the Negro Interest Section, Bureau have received authorization to 0 His wife and daughter arrived on

"According t o of Public Relations, Department transfer to the retired list shall ((,) USNR enlisted personnel the station last Saturday from

what I read in of Defense. After he received be separated on the date preced- in the following categories shall Texas.

the papers and his discharge from active ing the date of transfer to the be separated between the date of ,
service in 1945, he became assistant retired list completion of 15 months active -
the apparent
chief of the Negro Press duty and 24 months active duty at time ordered to active duty in
progress mod- his 1950 under phas- the Regular Navy; ((3) USNR enlisted -
Association assuming present (d) USNR enlisted personnelwho since June 25 ,
ern science is position two years later. were on active duty in the ing scheduled to be promulgatedby personnel extension on a voluntaryor of enlistment -

making in the Keserve: program on June 25, 1950 : BuPers: involuntary after
Nt who on or
field of rocket Hicks was assigned to Korea and while so serving were transferred (1) USNR enlisted men 28 1950 which expires
A along with Albert L. Hinton, editor to active duty in the Reg- were receiving drill pay or active July ,
their becoming eligible
and Jet propul- prior to
'l / of a Negro newspaper published ular Navy, shall be separated on I duty pay in the Reserve program under other "
.. I thil'j it ordered to active dutyin fur separation any
sion \ 24 months at the time
in Norfolk, Va. However, the date they complete ,
of this directive, shall
is a distinct I I the Regular Navy; (2) USNR provision
active duty computed
; Kapps Hinton was killed when his plane continuous on the date of expiration -
be separated
, 'j possibility. I won't attempt to exploded off the Korean coast, from July 1, 1959, or from the enlisted non-veterans who were of enlistment as: extend-
answer when all this will take thus giving Hicks the honor of being Gate placed on continuous active I I not receiving drill pay or .

. place. I will say that I don't! the first correspondent, of his duty in the Reserve program,___ (iutv pay in the Reserve program ea.HOW .

_ the have trip.a strong It Is not desire the to fast make fall TO BEAT THE HEAT? HERE ARE 12 RULES THAT >

but the sudden stop that worriesme.

I" Sgt..": ('bar.** E.. llarrel. Marine MAY NOT KEEP YOU COOL BUT THEY'LL KEEP YOU BUSY I 1)1

: "It I with leaves. Our favorite put a feeling of coolness be-
How to beat the heat? far. During one bad heat wavea your hat and wife that
leaf, but elm tween you your
+ a Is my opinion friend of mine insisted: "It'sall Is the maple
That's posing problem do. Leave them in will last until Christmas.
that such a a in your head." He came to or oak will
confronting the nation work wearing a winter coat and the office water cooler duringthe 11, Evaporation causes cool-

thing will not these days. As "dog days" vest. Never felt cooler he said. day and they'll be still freshat i n g. Perspiration evaporates,
1. happen within he arrived in an quitting time. Some people but the trouble with that is
3e roll toward us, perhaps we The next day In at have to get hot before -
the next 73 or overcoat, The following day he like to soak them jello most people
100 years. may gain a thing or two arrived wearing galoshes, ear- home overnight. That way your they perspire. Try to evaporate '

Should It possibly from the 12 rules on "howto muffs and a heavy wool scal(. scalp doesn't have to stand the without perspiring. It'

. occur in my beat the heat", as pointed The fourth day he came down same old tired flavor every day. takes will power. But concen
lifetime, I Cer- of frostbite. trate. Tell yourself, "day by
. Lt. Albert Ban- with a bad case
,, talnly. would out by 8. The average beach today Is day in very way I'm perspire
{. -- Barrel want to b e doss of NATTC. oftenas like the average airport-it is Ing less and less, and evaporating
5. Lose temper as
among the primary group making Everyone collects a few rules your Remember, "It too far from where you live. more and more. I don'tknow
t possible. next Sunday lying In bed how I'm doing it, but I
:, the trip. People have often wondered of his own on how to be com ain't the heat-it's the humid Spend
about the possibility of life fortable in hot weather, and today under a sun lamp. Put a conch ant
on the planets and I would like here are Lt. Bandosz's 12 Ity shell next to your ear on the 12. In this respect, take a tiX-
to be one of the first to learn the rules-which for the most part 4. Don't overeat. The easiest pillow and have your wife throw from your dog. He sticks out tii+
to do that now is to buy and pants, and the
t illustrate mind over matter. way sand and orange peels on you- his tongue
_. all the steak you can't afford. That way you can hear the sea, evaporation cools him. Try that
f' humid day
< truth.Weatfcr 1. Whenever a You'll Jose weight. and enjoy every pleasure of a yourself at the office. Stick;
n.Uft..l comes, an elderly Republican don't work in the beach. and start panting
_uhi'''''' about muttering to 5. If you aj\ quiet day at out your tongue
know goes change hard! You may not feel
air-conditioned office 9. The coolest places this time -
with Coolidge -
It'U be warm and scattered himself, "Keep jobs. It takes moral courageto of the are bars basements chilly all at once But if the
doesn't year
he recall
showers for the week-end, so II says he is sure to give
Here'sthe when he first heard this keep cool. and Nova Scotia. Try to spend boss sees you
j the weatherman says. to yourself, time possible in a you the afternoon off.
6. Avoid talking much as
old fashioned phrase, as
the week-end: simple, lit
for dozen
outlook of these
If one
Sco no
conversations with basement in Nova
'j worked like a charm but strike up bar in a
:, .>::1 Frid.1y-Partly cloudy with but it has 25 It prob.* your long-winded friends. Any tia. It's the ideal answer '. the rules seems to help you, trf
scattered showers and warmer.. for him for years. breeze helps. all twelve* come day. They maynot

Saturday Partly cloudy, ly began as a local New England friendly T. There's an old Boy Scout 10. Come home late for dinner keep you cool, but they art
saying. .
with Sunday possible-Same showers., 2. Don't carry Imaginatio l toq trick that sometimes helps; line four night In row. That'll guaranteed to keep you busy. 4 1

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Page Four AIR NEWS July 12, 1931

VF-41, Fasron 9, VP-741, VF-921 VP-W. VF-742. VC-6'2 Report '

Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons s':1::1

_":'_ .
VF-41 -
j' With afternoon thunder-, ordnancemen often starts several Ni bet included tours of duty with
hours before the remainder of the VF-132 VC-5 and a cruise aboard
storms habitually appearing, squadron personnel have been the U.S.S. Columbia following Ms .
s the VF-41 ordnance depart- roused out of their bunks. When graduation with the class of 1044 ..,
t ment has been casting a care you can't get a gripe after a 3 at the Naval Academy. '

ful eye at their daily flight. or 4 o'clock reveille held so the Gaylord R. Gangloff, AK2, hs
ammunition will be ready, for the
for with the squad
the reported duty
schedule in order to avoid
first hop you know the morale of ron's supply'department and Robert ,
routine of "Load 'em, we're the division is at the desired high F Haines, SK3, of the same
going out," and then when level." department is enjoying leave in

the plane] is duly loaded, to Ensign I Ackerman attributes Conshohocken, Pa. C
much of the success of his smooth S ,
hear: "Unload 'em we're
running organization to the spirit \T,74l
sending out instrument hops of teamwork and initiative dis- Leave appears to be mfettious
"IiF due to bad weather." played by the division personneland for those susceptible to double

Ensign Warren J. Ackerman, reiterates that the gunnery, I harness, as Eld on, Cotterman, .
ordnance officer, vows his ordnance rocket and bombing scores of a SKG2 reported back with a dependent '.
department would rank side squadron are a result of the workof j in tow.

by side with the best in the fleet the ordnancemen just as they For the third time the stork
and explains: "The day of the I I are of the pilots who pull the made a run on the home of Jim
-- I trigger or press the pickle. Therefore Bell, ADE2, last week, they're ,
JET ENGINE SHOP-Here the excellent scores recordedby supposed to be cheaper by the _
are more photos of the Fas- I VF-41 pilots in past competition I dozen George Ezell, AOU- IAN
should rank as an estimation
has returned from QuonsetPoint
ron Six jet engine shop unit, ,
of the hard working ordnancecrew. to augment the' OrdnanceDepartment's
which has been carrying: out .
know-how on tur i
commendable work. Top photo rets.

shows Chief Dan Dish, right, DUhlt-d Into three groups: each According to those who know, -
giving instructions in a No. 3 of whom has a specific task to Lt George Tabeling is dissatisfied
bearing seal to O & II em. perform, the division is under the" with the role of PPC-in the .
ployees and members of the guidance and direction of RobertD. near future he will assume' the '_
shop. Left to right, top row, Hollandsworth, AOC, and Rob right seat when Miss Norma Jean
are K. D. Miller, K. M. Conner, ert L. Erwin, AOl, Laslie of Jacksonville is designated
and II. C. Church of O & R; On the "tow and de-arm" crew boss by; the preacher.
Ralph Callahan, ADI. At bottom Is found Albert J. Cesnik, A02, j Coming to the conclusion thata
are Willie Godwin, ADI, and Robert L. Gray, A03, who' squadron party is in order, Ern
and Carol Britt, AD3. first prepare the! banner for pickup est Chambliss, ADE1; John Ya-
In bottom photo is the shop by the tow plane, then upon naros ALl; Leon Starling YNT2,
crew, which includes left to completion of the hop, meet the and Joe Baxley, AOU2, who compose
right, rear row, Herman Clark, .. n.n......__ .. ..n.mnn...___. planes at the end of the runway the 'recreation committee are ...
ADC; Walt Gorski ADC; Frank and remove any ammunition which putting their heads together to .,
Lodeski ADC; Owen Coffee, might be a hazard to the lives and start the ball rolling. The group ,-
ADC; Delma Stevens, ADC; Started With Meager Tools property on or near the air sta I deserves a pat on the back for I .
Don Hish, ADC, and Lt. (jg) tion. I the effort they put forth in making ..
Lloyd Hester, division officer. (Continued from Page 1) ;I engine shop have gone as far as I Martin M. Duggan, A03; Vincent the squadron recreation funds
Middle row, Dick Bradley, of improvisation, Chief Coffee has actually building an on-the-spot S. Trezza, A03;, Vincent W. and equipment available to all.
AD3; Patrick Olivier, AK3; utilized a bomb hoist and turnedit jet engine test stand which is now Wallace, AN; Russell G. Swecker, ft'F921 .
John Holcheck, ADI; Orvile into a turbine puller. A pressure being used by Fasron Nine at Cecil ,AN; Fred Brooks, AN; Lonnie G, -
Gilchrist, AD3; Gerald Jahr, test unit for nozzles has been Field. The crew was lauded Tilson AN; Dean M. Longhenry.AOAA. VF-921 went over the top thin
AD3; Andy Turk, AD3; Frank assembled by Willie Godwin, ADI for its work on the stand by the 1 and Dennis M. Petree, AN, I month, logging well over l,0iO)
Krajewski, ADI; George Morris from a hand pump and a hydraulic :Maintenance Department of the comprise the line crew. This I hours in the air. A "well done"is
AA'and Ben Janecek, AD3. reservoir with the use of a i Bureau of Aeronautics. group's primary job is to load the I in order to all the personnel involved -
Front row, Robert Church, AA; 1,500-pound gauge Newcomers, Herman E. Clark, plane with the desired ammunition .
Willie Godwin, ADI; Ralph ADC and Walter Gorski ADC,
and is bolstered by trouble- If the snow doesn't hinder them,
Callahan, ADI; Albert Schlief Bill Always on the alert for im- are being familiarized with Fas shooter Julian Morgan; AOAN the ETA for Lt. (jg) Jim :Mac
AE3; Jack Janucka, AA; and will
provements in certain phases of I ron Six jet techniques his
Performing the routine main Donnell newly espoused
Miller AD and James Herd-
; work of the jet soon be teaching others.
their personnel
: man, AD.Personnel. 1 tenance checks which insure that should be Sunday 14 July, The
will continue." the ordnance equipment will remain newlyweds are making the long
is the haul from Minot: Canada, thebride's
working correctly ,
InvitedTo Station BankObserves On the occasion Mr. Frank W.
check crew of Harold L. Teager, former home.
Starke DancesDo Norris, vice president of the AOAN; Emerson{ R. '-Resh, SN; Out of the kindness of their .1
Barnett National Bank, also offered and Payne W. Matthews, AN. hearts, several of the deep sea
you have any place to go 8thAnniversary his expression of congratulations Lcdr. Arnold D. Downs, Lt. Fishermen in the squadron, gave
Saturday night? Service person- Marshall P. Deputy, and Lt. (jg) Lt. Ed Baker some of their catch
nel have been extended a personal last week. He in turn reciprocated
who have been
James R.
invitation to attend the weekly At the present time the Facil- with the squadron TAD for a short by leaving the barbecue pit in
Saturday night dancing: parties u.: Office handles around 40,000 time have proved to be a welcome stench. All the other amateur
sponsored by the Starke American It was just eight years ago last checks: per month and also sells addition to the unit. chefs have now banded togetherto
Legion Post No. 56 at Starke, week, that the Naval Air Station American Express Travelers keep Lt. Baker's culinary efforts
Not only has Lt. (Jg) Bailey '
Fla. Facility Office of the Barnett checks, money orders, and New thorough indoors in the future.
Dancing starts at 2100 each National Bank, opened its doors. York drafts. who recently completed a Last Friday was the third In ..
in of the
the use plot-
Saturday night at the Staike Armory In marking the eighth birthdayof The only remaining member of ling board course, rendered valuable as- the: series of Air Group Eight parties ,_
Hall with music providedby the local branch, manager Ed- the original staff, Manager Clem- ilstance during the weekly navigational : and VF-921 participated to the _
Toby Dowdy and his Hi-Point ward O. Clements asserted, "The ents is assisted by a staff of nine, classes, but Lcdr. Downs' lilt. This, the third such party,
ers. There is a liberal admissionfee. work has been a genuine pleasure including Ray Yordan, head tel- ability at the "acey-deucey" board ,vas held at the 0" Club and WM ]
Starke is about 35 miles and we have been the recipients ler; Ireen Moore, teller, Lola a bang-up success.
has made of the squadron'splayers
of NAS.Incidentally tel- many Karl Schoene, AD1, and hisrother"inlaw ..
sQuthwest of many compliments and King, teller; Ruby Harvey, realize it is always pos-
( the girls greatly ) lovely gestures from those at the ler; Judy Richard, teller; Era able to learn something new. > Charles Ireland, '
outnumber the boys at these ;.Station. We are certainly grate Nichols, bookkeeper, Joan Fos- I' \D2, spent three full weeks with
dances, according to the dispatchreaching ful to all those who have made ter, bookkeeper; Betty Trotter, 9. heir familes who were down to
the Jax Air News offices our work here a success, and hope bookkeeper and Kay Roach, sec- FASHON he sunny south on vacation.
Lt. Grant A. Nisbet has left his
I After being turned back oncey
). tap same mutual co-operation l'etary.
nany friends in Fasron 9 and reported > the weather. LaRue Nuedecker

for duty as NROTC Instructor AD2; Emory Estell, YN1, and

Morocco, Tripoli, Rome, England at Columbia Universityin Dave Nolle, AN, spent a fast, but '
New York. Lt. Nisbet has been roaring 24 hours at home. .
I the Fasron 9 communications officer Ken Aston, BMG3 is enjoying 'I

18 VP-10 Members Enjoy Dream Cruise since the squadron was reactivated some,well deserved leave in Miami !
Lucky last September. with his fiancee and brother who
Previous duty stations for Lt. arrived from St.. Louis. Ttfn
An English hayride and Headquartering at the Benin Going ; try his luck'as a civil-

dance where the girls] out- Hotel in Rome the VP-10'ers ian Is Elmer Swanson YN2, whoIs

numbered the men ten to one toured the historic city, seeing all to be discharged in the near future

and a 48-hour "Roman holiday" the usual tourist attractions plusa he may take with him the
few sights not listed in guide knowledge that the entire squadron -
highlighted a recent books. Souvenirs shared the spotlight wishes him all the success In '
junket of the European area again with cameras and the won ld

by 18 ]lucky crew members of I watches at cut rate prices. vr-io* *

VP-10. Winding two hilarious daysin
up Although I hey entered the season ,
Rome the embarked
Familiarization of the area was voyagers :; ill-equipped to play any kind 10
the specific purpose of the trip for Burtenwood England on what of ball, being newly commissioned, r '
be the most exciting leg 4 k'a
but the by-products of the cruise proved VP-10's ball 'club turned' in a fine
of the journey, when one of theNeptune's r <
a u c h as liberty and recreationwere 11 won, 6 loss record to end up
well received, as is attestedby developed engine trouble 4: I 4a in third place: in the American
and was forced to proceed on :
and varied stories
the many League intra-mural competition.
being related in Hangar 124 for one engine. Team members included James the benefit of less fortunate ship. I Eggebrecht, AT3; William Dry-
mates. The incident didn't mar the enthusiasm man, AMAA; Marlin Hanna, SN;
First bonafide liberty port for of any of the lucky 18 Donald Walsh, AL3; Gerlando II-
the VP-10 adventurers was the however, and they made the mostof lardi, AL3; John HaiUlns, AT3;
Azores and French Morocco where their liberty in the Kingdom Troy Todd, Ens: John Spory,
wallets began to be emptied as I with trips to Liverpool and the AL3; Raymond Fariis, Lt (jgj) ;
leather goods and furniture toppedthe memorable hayride. Edmund Olzewski, AN; Ens. Bob
list of values to be purchased. I Two additional stops were madein AY Bullen ,(team coach); Raymond
Side trips, to Gibraltar and visitsto Keflavik, Iceland where no I'ltallen, ATAN; Chailes! Smith, r
Port Lyautey floor shows which liberty was granted, and in Ar- x SN; Everett Skare,. AA; and Lynn
featured lassies from ,France gentia, where no liberty was requested, ..w. 5 Dunn, SN.Weddings. '

filled In the hours until departurefor before the tired, broke AFTER TilE TRIP-One of the lucky two crews of VP-10 have taken their' tell
an overnfght stop in Tripoli. and happy VP-10 crew members to participate in a trip that covered about 10,000 miles and included lately with four good men spIn. I
started back to Jacksonville. stops at such ports as Tripoli, Rome, Durtenwood, England ning. They are Lt. Bill Kelly,
Round for Rome the following In spite of the sea stories the and Iceland stop to pose for this photo following their return Lt. (Jg) Bob Brock, Ens. Troy
morning the two P2V's pursueda travelers brought back with them here. Left to right, front row, are Llyal Knudson, AL1; Todd and Walt :Moscardinl, AD2.
lound-about course up the south they all agreed that while the Theodbre Macenka, AT2; Tom llarritt, ADI; John Sivia, ADS; On June 13 Lt. (jg) Norman
,oast of the famed Mediterraneanand journey was an exceptionally and IJnville Whitten, AL2. Back row, Ensign Arthur Schneider; Amendola became the proud papa
across the north coast and pleasant one the best part of it Comdr. Conrad Craven, commanding officer of the squadron; Lt. of a 6-pound baby girl and two
back to Italy i was the arrival home. Tom Davis, and Lt. (Jj) Ralph,"'sas ka. I I (Please Turn to Page 5, Cot 1)JAX ,.
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(Continued from Page 4) n t

weeks later John Jubb, A03, welcomed -
aboard a 9-pound baby
daughter.Congratulations. t
'.. are in order to

Bill Kane, ATI, who was awarded -
his second good conduct award
and to Paul Rodgers, AE1, who ,It i ii
received a commendation for his V iI i

outstanding performance of duty. I
Both awards were presented by I
the commanding officer at the St ap .1

f personnel inspection June 30. .
per'F .' '
Also meriting plaudits are Dewey -' /r
L.Stuart, who was advanced
to the rate of Chief Aviation .
Structural Mechanic and Ensign
.' Tom Cabelus who recently completed i ,
'- Naval Justice School. rA


Preparing to take the plunge Into : .. ,qa roA
the matrimonial sea is Lt. (jg)
Rex Rowell this week in Coral

Gables, Fla. A large percentageof
the pilots are expected to fly
J down and take part in the ceremonies r q z. wa
After Lt. (jg) Mike Gla- +
gola's marriage last week In the o
station chapel, there is but one
die-hard bachelor left of the original -

; crew, Lt. (jg) Don Dickert.He !
and Lt: Jim Darby took across
country flight to Pennsylvania > + ,
recently. Lt. Miles. Dean I

flew to Tampa and Lt. George COLLEGE STUDENTS ON-THE-JOB 'l'RAININUpat: of i
Dangleman to Sanford. the Navy's summer work program, 20 students from colleges in. ,
More and more emphasis is be- the southeastern region are presently employed here at NAS gain- !;
ing placed on the Ground Train > ing first hand account of problems they may encounter in their t
ing end of squadron operations specialized chosen field or trade. In top left photo, George Chap ,
lately, yet the aircraft still get man of Miami University is caught at his job in Design section of ,
plenty of attention. Public Works.In .
'" '. VF-742 is preparing to take bottom left photo, three of the students group for a dis-
part in the exercises with TAC- cussion in aeronautics at the Aeronautical Engineer group of i
I \ RON 4 in. the future. Overhaul and Repair department. Left to right are Edwin Parker i
(Georgia Tech); Enrique Martinez (tU. of Fla.), and Jesse ,
'VC62Thirtytwo Butz (U. of Fla.). In top right picture William Flack (North Car
enlisted men of VC- olina State) and William Smith (Emory), go over a problem at .
62 Good Conduct the Chemical Engineer's division at O & R.
were presented :
__ _
__ __
Medals or, in appropriate cases,
second, third and fourth awardsat On-the-Job Performance
the squadron inspection last ;

Friday. Those receiving the tes- i

timonials of their exemplary serv- 20 College Students ParticipateIn
ice careers were: Chief Petty Of-
ficers Paul Berry, Eary Harlan,
Homer Healey, John Jernigan, R. Blue Cross Plan Tongue Stops Duller,
B. Jolley, Harry Quinn, Oscar Navy's Summer Work Program
Schatzer, Robert Walker, Horace SofJiei Spits It Out ,

Wise and Woodrow Woolsey. First Gives Protection Tokyo (AFPS-Pfc. Eugene Twenty students from colleges in the Southeast are getting firsthand -
Class Petty Officers Who earned Lucas was driving an anti information in their particular chosen professional trade throug h 1
the medals were: Roger Burdick, aircraft truck with the U.. S. actual on-the-job performance at the Naval Air Station here as put
,t Joel Cortes, James Hite, Marshall To Employees.Noting 7th Infantry Division in Korea. I of the Navy's summer work program for college students.
Hoffman Sidney Jagolinzer, Dana : A sniper's bullet went throughthe for
I Aeronautics
Nelson, Wesley Place, John Rys- the anniversary 'te of windshield, ricocheted froma The Bureau of formance of the technicians assigned -
enga and Luke Wells. Blue Cross-Blue Shield groups at metal bracket, creased his the past few years has been con- to overhaul and maintain

Among the second class petty tlAS on June 15, many station lip, chipped two front teeth and ducting a summer students work programfor which equipment, tut also gives theman
officers receiving honors were: I employees took advantage of the pushed up against his tongue. undergraduate opportunity to actually solve
Robert Baer, Paul Newsome, William anniversary/ drive conducted during The young driver shook his affords them employment research duringthe problems which may arise.
in ,
Niehaus, Robert Pierce and $ May to avail themselves of head and casually pit out the summer In addition to field and shop
Jack Putman. George offered by the twin test and development, experimental -
Crago, the coverage i bullet. overhaul work they are given the opportu-
Robert Fralix, Donald Mann and plans, it was reported by the Industrial and aircraft Naval aeronautical pro- nity of participating primarily as ;
.. Ramon Ulibarri were the third Relations Department.I grams In many an observer in conferences concerning r
'. class presented medals and With the exception of new em- premiums are considerably activities.It operating or technical i
Charles Phillips and John Rubinow ployees who have an opportunityto cheaper when maintained on a is the Bureau's policy, it has problems involved in their particular -
ski were the only non-rated enroll in the groups if they group basis, the additional cost been pointed out, to employ stu- work areas, compiling and
. within 30 after of the direct-pay method being dents of technical fields while
. men included in the thirty-two. apply days appointment tabulating data on the performance -
The long awaited arrival of''new other employees haveto made lo cover incurred additional in administrative main-- still in college in hopes of en- of various aeronautical ma-
photo planes for the squadron has wait until the anniversarydrive couraging them to enter Federalservice terials, equipment and other allied -
finally materialized. Comdr. Leroy each year if they desire to taining The contracts separate accounts.for the Blue particularly the Navy De- work

W. Keith and Lt. Newell F. enroll. Cross hospitalization and the partment, upon graduation. The program, while a very comprehensive 1
Olson flew the first two into Ce- e Enrollment in the Blue Cross- Blue Shield medical-surgical a one, .is indicative of I
cil Field last Monday Blue Shield groups is attained plans provide for a 10-day grace This year NAS Jacksonville is the Navy's desire to push forwardin I
Two baby girls have increasedthe through u group and can be con- period for payment of premiums. again participating in this pro- the personnel administration I
complement of two VC-62's tinued &s long as the employee However, because of the NAS set gram, with 20 students employedfrom field. The program assists stu- ;
dependent's division, born last contmuf-s to make his monthly up where in many cases employees the University of Florida, dents in obtaining first hand '
week to the Robert L. White and pajments. The protection can be are assigned to other divisions Jacksonville Junior College, Uni- knowledge of their field in the "
John B. Jernigan families.. continued even after an employee or may be out of townon versity of Miami, Emory Univer- professional world.
'f A quartet of enlisted men reported leaves the groups and can be leave or traiping assignments, sity, Georgia Tech and North Carolina *
aboard for duty during the maintained on a direct-pay basis arrangements have been made State. Assigned to the Aeronautical:
past week. New VC-62'ers areA at the Blue Cross-Blue Shield office with ire plans to double bill employees Thirteen of the students are Engineering group at Overhaul ,
I L. Altemose, AT2; B. E. Crafts, or may be transferred to an- who fail to make a payment. working in the Overhaul and Re- and Repair Department are Ed- j
'" AK2; E. E. Jarrett, CSl, and A. other group should one exist at pair Department, while seven are win Parker (Ga. Tech), Enrique
R Young, AF2. the place where the employee accepts i -* employed by Public Works De- Martinez (U. of Fla.) Jesse S. I
" I > wployment.:: ] Arrangements I Arrangement has worked to partment. Actually these stu- Butz (U. of Fla.) William FlackN. I
TAMPA SITE HONORS VETS have been worked out with most : the satisfaction of most employeesand dents act as assistants to profession ( C. State)- and William Smith
The Tampa Chapter of American plans in that transfer can be ef- it appears that the impres- engineers and scientists and (Emory), Working at-the Indus
r War Mothers has recently 4cted anywhere in the U. S. sion has been formed that they perform sub-professional duties trial Management office are Earl I,
planted a tree and placed a. marker I hate a :0-day grace period and under guidance of NAS employees. Ossorio (U. of Fla.), Dan Vaughan
honoring all men end women While an employee may continue in rr cat cases employees are con (U. of Fla), Jack White, (U. of .
I' serving in Korea. The public is hi; coverage under the twin I tent to stay one month in arrears. The 13 at O & R are assignedto Fla.), Ozzie Willingham (U. oC
invited to visit the site. plans on a direct-pay basis, the I The station has been informedby aeronautical engineering, industrial Fla.) and Jack Gebert (Jax Jr.

'P A the plans that beginning with engineering mechanical College), Training in the Plant
the July premium an employeewho engineering, electrical engineering, Engineer's office are John Fallon II
fails! to his account in and statis-
pay chemical engineering
(U. of Fla.) and Lewis Stam (U.
full will be cancelled. This does tical work. The seven at Public
of Fla.). In the Planning Divisionis
not mean that if an employee Works are assigned to civil engi- 1
Roaul Saave Fla
era (U. of ).
he will be
misses one payment neer duties.
Assigned to the Design and Con- .
cancelled.) The agreement will Every effort is made to provide
tract section of Public
continue in effect in that if an these students with assignmentswhich are
employee misses one payment he will allow them to apply Malcolm Newson, Ralph Stedmarr I
will be double billed the following their technical knowledge and assume Roberts, William Dyer,
Frank Dvorak
and Wah Y. King,
ryAl month. an Increasing amount of re- of the University! of Florida, and '
However the next month henurtt
sponsibility. They are given a
George Chapman, (Miami U.), 1
make to cover the
: payment i
thorough indoctrination of the sta .
fu'l' amount and will not be able tion's mission and organizationupon '
to pay only one month and continue employment, in addition to Traffic ;
one month in arrears as has the general nature of the work
been the practice as his contract being performed in the various ViolationsListed
will be: cancelled, the plans have laboratories and departments of 11

wained. the station.. below are the traffic violations ,I
committed aboard this station 11
1 M4 Double TroubleFort They are aligned to work In for the period June 29 tu ,

Jackson, S. C. (AFPS)- the field and in the shops and consult July 6Speeding ,j
with employees on actual : J, W. McComb, Ir
Division has directed j

The 8th Infantry
FULL STEAM AHEAD-Four veterans of Korean action lineup problems which arise in various AF3; R. Davis, JV.. Secundf
basic trainees to double- .
proudly as they steam for their home port at Norfolk Va. From I
top to bottom, the destroyers Llnd English, Doric and' Hank. Pho- time (up to 180 steps a minute) to types of This work not being only gives accomplishedhere. them anopportunity AN.Multiple Offenses: W. IX :M4/11 j f i
North Carolina the ships were nearing and from classed! to increase phy-
tographed off (the coast of ,
j I sical endurance. to observe the per Kay, ADG3;' J. L. Trimmings.r ..
., completion of a 12,000-mile voyage from Korea.

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I Six JAX: AIR NEWS ; ,j



:: Fliers Extend Winning Who Was Lightest Heavy Champ? Tigers EdgeTravelers I

Things are beginning to get answer, while Stuart Llpsky,
tough! At least that seems to AFAN, of NATTC Photo Lab

Streak To 10 1 Straight t be the trend, as only two was second to answer-after
among thousands were able to several tries. Of Jax13-12.

provide the correct answer to In this week's quizzer we '

Jax Navy's Fliers, riding along on their longest win last week's Jax Air News drift away from baseball again. The NAS Tigers eked out a 13- ,
a Sports Qui%. But two was The question is: 12 victory Sunday over the EastSide
their win skein to ten
have r
streak in recent years,
enough to claim the prizes. "Who wa the lightest ftght.'rhe Travelers of Jacksonville at
straight games in action on the diamond during the past query that had most er to hold the world's heavyweight Mason Field. The'win boosted thaTigers' < 1

two weeks. stumped was: "How do baseball boxing crown?" slate to nine wins and i

Last week found the Fliers taking players qualify for the The first correct answer gets twelve setbacks. \
:1 : two single games from War- gle by Fannon brought anotherrun Hall of Fame?/' The answer two free tickets to the Jax Centerfielder Leroy McDanteto
ner Robins and emerging on top across in the fourth. Cough- to that one is: By polling 75 Tars home games, while the scored the first run in the open- ,
in single day stands with MacDill lin, Saunders, Fannon and Mine- per cent of the annual vote of second winner wins a full ing frame when he walked and 4
Air Force and Raiford Prison.A han singled to account for three the Baseball Writers' Association course meal at the civilian caf circled the pads on a long doubte
in the sixth. Three
scores more of America. by Green. The locals added two .
with eteria.
scheduled game home in the seventh a
came on ,
in the
more runs third double
Parris Island slated for Tuesdaywas Nee Dick, Siodla, AN, of NAS. Remember, no answers will on a ,1
walk to Righter, an error put
called off because of wet Physical Training was the first be accepted prior to 0900 Fri by Washington a triple by
ly on first, Coughlin singled Green and a fielder's choice by '"
grounds. The locals were due to Righter home, and another wild to come through with the right day Nunn.

play the Parris Islander's yesterday pitch and a single by Manning
but results were not availableat Singles by Green, Llggins, Nelson -
brought the final Fliers' run. For Honors In
press time.Tomorrow Warner Robins scored one in Vying and Nunn accounted for another .
the pair of scores in the fifth.
and Saturday,
the second and fourth, two in the
Fliers will be host to single con- fifth and a pair in the eighth on The Tigers touched Daniels for
NATTC Tennis
tests with Keesler Air Force. To- a homer by backstop Gabrielli TourneyAfter four runs In the sixth to knot the
count. Green
tripled. Liggtaa
morrow's game will get underwayat
with mate aboard.
a delayed week singled Nelson doubted, and sin
while Saturday's tilt is being a
Minehan had a perfect day at will meet the _champions of the gles by Nunn and Slater pushedthe
slated for 1430.Monday's : the plate, rapping out four sin- by inclement weather, the NAS tournament to decide the runs across.
victory over Warner' gles in four times at bat. Neely NATTCenter intra-mural ten Jax Navy championships. Early y
Robins made it seven straightfor collected a pair of doubles in four nis tournament got off to a.. last week saw the end of the station Singles by Green and LJgglna, r
the Fliers as they downed the a walk and an error saw the Tigers -
behind the three-hit trips. flying start last week when tournament, with Leo/\ Wil- push a pair of runs across l
Airmen, 5-2, Righter traveled the route, giv- : son taking the singles crown and
hurling of newcomer Jim Web- ing up ten safeties and walkingtwo. three matches were played. Owen Williams and Larnard Mu- in the seventh frame. The local

ster.A. Jones, Craver and Letou- Ten-netmen are vying for the I noz the doubles title. ended their scoring in the'eighth ..
when Green homered with mat
double in the first frame by a
Tom Neely, followed by two long meal shared mound duties for the singles title, and eight for As yet, it is too early to de- aboard.
the loss.
hosts with Jones taking
the Fliers their first the doubles championship.Paired termine just who wields the"meanest"
flies gave Down MacDill, 5-1 The visitors pushed runs in in
tally. Webster helped his own The Fliers returned to Mason! in' the opening matcheson racket in this tournament the first frame on a pair of doubles
cause in the second by rappingout Field Thursday for a single game Thursday were D. IL Smith However, eye-witnesses to came back in the second to
a two bagger. Neely took with Mac D ill Air Force, and against George Baulch, and C. last Thursday and Friday'smatches score two on three hits, a walk
much enthusiasmover
first on a bean ball, Jim Cough- racked up their ninth straight win G. Moore versus Chuck Wesson. express and error. They found their bat
lin walked, filling the bases, and by handing the visitors a 5-1 lac- Air four are attached to the ANP George Baulch who appar- ting eyes in the third to garner
Bill Saunders singled, bringing In ( ) School. Baulch downed ently possesses a good serve and five runs on three hits, three ,errors

Webster. Fannon then singled to'' ing.Gushanas was on the mound Moore, 3-6, 6-1, 6-2, while Moore expert driving I ability.. I and a pair of walks.

score Neely from third. for the Fliers and after a shaky bowed to Wesson 6-1, 6-0, 6-2. A single and triple in the fourth
In the fifth, Saunders singled first inning settled down to com- Last Friday afternoon, the two Tars Clash With accounted for a single tally. Five I
t' again, but was forced at secondon pletely master the Mac men. first round winners, Baulch and singles in the fifth produced a f
a fielder's choice by Fannon. Gushanas pitched himself out Wesson vied against each other. Savannah Indians pair of runs for the foes, and a ,' ,
Weaver was hit by a pitched ball, of trouble in the fifth after the Baulch emerged victorious by the triple followed by a single con ,
and Don Manning singled in Fan visitors loaded the bases with no- scores of 4-6, 6-1, 6-1, Ben\ Geraghty's hard charging cluded the scoring for the visitors.

non from second. I body out. Joe forced the next To End This \Vek' Tars open a four-game series with Green paced the locals with a
Jim Coughlin concluded the ; three batters to ground out. The semi-final and final sin- the Savannah Indians tonight at homer, triple, two doubles and 11
scoring for the Fliers in the sixth I The Fliers knotted the score gles matches are to be played the Myrtle Avenue ball park. single in six trips to the plate
frame when he connected for a in the fourth on a 375-foot triple tomorrow, provided favorable The Tars, who closed a three- Bob Wolz took the win for the
round tripper. by Minehan and a single by Don weather conditions pre\ail. Incase game series with Columbia last Tigers. Daniels was the hurler
Webster was in trouble in the Manning. A walk to Neely anda of a postponement, the night, have been waging a ter- for the Travelers.
first inning whe he walked the three-bagger by Jim Coughlin matches will be held early next rific battle for the pennant. Sin- I .
first three men he faced. First netted the locals another run in. week. Also scheduled for next gle games are scheduled tonight
baseman Joyce singled in a run, the fifth. week are the play-offs for the through Sunday, with night games HAS Jax Links '.
but a fast double play broughtthe In the sixth, Neely reached firston doubles championship title. The starting at 2000 and Sunday -
Fliers out of trouble. The an error, Fannon followed with semi-final and final matches of games at 1430.
hosts tallied their last run in the the same and Minehan connectedfor this event are to be played next I RepresentativeTops
fourth. a single. Manning found life
Webster Wins First at first on an error and Weaver Friday.To Sleet NAS Winner To Organize Bowling
Saunders paced the locals with got on via a fielder's choice. An The champions of the NATT-'> Cecil SquadAdministrationCommmnication I
three hits. Webster toiled all the infield out and a long fly ac- Center singles and doubles eventsSINGLES At NATTG
way for the Fliers and gets his counted for the Fliers' final tal- i I Leagues -

first mound win. Smith took the lies. If present plans materialize ComNab Six golf crew snared the
loss for Warner Robins. Coughlin and Minehan led the several bowling leagues will be district intra-mural title by down-
The Fliers extended their win winners with a triple and single organized soon at NATTCen- ing the Cecil Field representatives -
streak to eight straight the fol- apiece. Gushanas won his seventh ter'a new bowling alleys located 64! to 5V last week on the
lowing day by beating the Robins game of the year. He gave up Y t in the rear of the Ship's local greens
Airmen, 13-6. five hits and fanned 11 batters. Service building.A Wright North and Kinney of
The locals wasted no time in Leithold was charged with the call for teams of men and Cecil combined efforts to down
scoring as they pushed a trio of loss.Sunday women is now being sent out by Bob Thiel and Steve Corneillus-
runs across in the first frame. the Fliers traveled to NATTCenter's Athletic and sen, 2-1, in a gruelling match.
Neely opened with a walk, stole Raiford Prison for a single con- r Recreation Department. Men's Herres and Bartens of Cecil were
second, and scored on a double by test with the Raiford Tigers, and teams will be composed of offi- beaten by Jax' twosome of Ned ..
Sauders. Fannon reached first the locals downed the hosts, 8-6, cers, school personnel, and de- Gray and Jonn Burns, 3-0.
on an error and second on a long In a knock-down, drag-out affair* partment and division person- Ross and Griffin of Cecil took
fly. Manning walked and Mine- to register their tenth straight nel, while the women's teams the measure of Joe Williams and

ban singled Fannon home.In win.Jewel will be made up of officers' A, K. Robinson, 2-1, in another
the second, Fllustyn singled, Faustyn paced the Fliers \ wives, enlisted men's wives and tight setto, while Porter Bedell
Righter sacrificed him to second with a triple and single. Becker WAVF. and Captain Dittmar of Adm-

and Neely brought him home witha helped the locals with a smash- Aujv..e interested in form- Comm-ConaNab Six tied with Wyatt -
double. A double by Weaver, a Ing three-bagger '
ing a team is asked to contactthe and Helms at 1K-1V4.
wild pitch, and a single by Mine- Webster started for the Fliers NATTCenter Athletic and The two clubs deadlocked for
han tw for the and was lifted in the seventh in
got omore runs Recreation Department, Building first place in the recent tournament ..
Fliers in the third. favor of Righter. Webster gained
513, Extension 698. i, thus necessitating. the play k
credit for the win. Ghsson took xq
Heavy Barrage i offs. ,
An error, two walks and a sin- the loss for Raiford. r avf i I Ii

Warmin' The BenchBy + BREEZESOur + i tf" MEA TULL

I I stranger contributed the << ;
following two quips: A certain
Armed Force Press Service man was disconsolate. Everything

Tim Clay Rod estimate their whose efforts helped Johnny Mize he did was wrong, so he decidedto
road income has been cut $50- I return to the majors a year ago. end it all by hanging himself
000 by TV in New York and First Baseman Hank Arft of the from a tree.Before .

Brooklyn games When Her- St. Louis Browns plans to go into I I he jumped, he decidedto
man Hlckman played in a recent the embalming: business: after he's i f explain to the Lord the reason
l Washington golf tournament he through with baseball. for his mortal action, and raisinghis
flubbed three drives. "When I get Couldn't be any significance In. 4 head he poured out the an- f t

close enough to this little ball to : his Brownie training, could there? .. guish of his souL
hit it," complained the 295-pound I Umpire Ed Runge, of the ..- .rr- .... '--I Just then a bird flew over and
Yale coach, "why, I Just can't see' PCL calls routine plays at first CIIAMP-NAS title beautifully decorated one eye of
it!t" Did you ever notice by car, coordinating the sound of champion Leon Wilson displays his upturned face.
t how infrequently great batters argue the ball's arrival in the first base- the form which won him I "You see, Lord," said the poor tr
with the umpire? man's mitt with the runner's foot. the tournamett title from soul, "that's what I mean. For

Fame is fleeting, Joe Page, What, a "Deaf Joe"? Owen Williams, 6-0 and S-%. other people they sing."
I.:, great Yankee relief hurler in 1JK7 Maybe the White Sox won't last Wilson dethroned Williams who
and 1919, has ben placed on the out the season and win the American was two-time champion. Wilson Teacher: "Where is the capitalof
inactive list by Kansas City. lie League championship, but will meet the winner of the the United States?" T>9 you suppose the Nary
Li consulting Dr. F C. Allen famous they certainly are giving the fansa NATTC meet for the all-sta Johnny" : "In loans all over the could use me?" +

Kansas U basketball coach, refreshing brand of basebalL tion singles crown. world.


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12, 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven

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6th ND Baseball a AirmOD School PupilsShip's

'. TOlrney To Begin
t r
r v y t Co Bid For Title

Here July 30 t' yI

Airman School (P) students annexed the National division title i

-. Naval Air Station Jacksonville O"SS -. of the NATTC softball loop by defeating the First Lieutenants, 4-3,

will be host to the Sixth last Thursday afternoon. The win gives the students the right to

Naval District baseball championship play AN (P) Ship's Co. in a best two-out-of-three-game series starting

Monday for the }league crown.
tournament. commencing All of the AN (P) four runs

July 30, it was revealed I came in the bottom half of the while the First Lieutenants gai-
: walked and nered 3 runs on 2 hits.
this week. S. first Inning. Kennedy

The three eventual winners of # r 0a.Y Hashe was safe on Jurciscki's er R. II. E.

the Southern, Northern and Western ror. Alf Schudell bore down to 1st" u.,. ..,_,..002 001 1-3 2 1

area elimination tournament strike out leftfielder Ed Carter,, Students __.,..<00 000 x-4 2 1
but Don Robinson followed with :
will congregate here for a double Schudell and Beck.
down the
bunt single I
th a perfect
meet to
elimination third base line to load the sacks Winkle (7), Smith and Picquet.
Sixth Naval District king. Som V
Paul Picquet then promptly blast-1 .
teams in the district will bvying <
... rwNS. S.w ..d0JB ed a double to deep center to
in preliminary playoffs.The t g es 7a score Kennedy, Hashe, and Rob- '

Southern area elimination inson. Picquet later scored the I SHOW iizi I
at Marine Corps Recruit -
will be held
Parria Island startIng A FLIER SCORES-Third sacker Jim Coughlln races across fourth run on a passed ball by

Depot, to, ente: the plate for a Jax Navy Fliers run in the fifth canto against Mac- catcher Don Beck.

July 23. Expected Jaj Dill Air Force Base here last Thursday. Waiting for the throw is Tilt Hard FoughtThe By Armed Force Press Service

Southern area competition are MacDill backstop Burton. The Fliers turned back the Airmen, 5-1 First Lieutenants picked up LOTS OF CASII
Navy, Key.Cove West, Parria for their ninth straight. two runs in the third inning when I USO Camp Shows, already big-
and Springs. Lockman walked and was forced gest factor. in Service entertain

Northern at Marine area Corps playoffs Air Station will beheld ><, SKEET TEAM SNARES SERVICE at second by MaetzeL Schudell ment, will really make a splash

walked men on first and this Fall when it gets a $1,900,000fund
.. Cherry Point, N. C., commencing ;
MEET advanced : from Community Chest and
AT DALLAS Both runners
TEAM TITLE second.
July 23. Entered in this phas< Don Beck TTKfl; ___ _
wild "QU'-
Winkle's pitch.
will be Cherry Point, Camp Le on
Garnering its fourth triumph then belted one of Winkle's fast paigns
Jeune and Charleston.To On Sunday, the team will par-
around the
balls for a single, scoring Muetzel 55
this Jax Navy's ticipate in the Southeastern Re-
compete in the Western area year, country. Inaddition

eliminations, which will also commence Skeet team captured the gional Open meet in Jackson- The and game Schudell.continued scorelss un- D
ville. The last event in which
I about July 23 will be NA five-man service club til the bottom half of the last In- commercial -
the team will this
Memphis, Corry Field, Whiting Lieu- firms
of the First
championship last week at the National Championship, ning as Schudell
Field and NAS Pensacola, am tenants and ''Winkle of AN (P) will expand 4
others. the Pan-American Open Re- to be held August 5-11 at Dallas their
School settled down to a pitchingduel.
Official baseball rules as adopted gional at Dallas, Texas.The activity in

by the major leagues shall govern win at the four-day meet 4 > Two Hits Apiece sendingname

the championship and area marks the fourth straight vic- Snay, Simms Clash ForLadies' The First Lieutenants scoredone units

eliminations. Squads will not exceed tory taken by the team In four more run in the bottom half to bases.One Y1 U.

20. members, including coaches different competitions since Beginners Title of the last inning with a tremen firm

and managers. May. In weeks past, the team Competition in the ladies' be- dous triple to deep left field by Is now A
Certificates and letter awards took the Georgia Open and sending a
Venezia followed with a
Vinnie ,
has reached the
for district champions will Ix Serviceman's Open, the East tourney unit led
White. Jurcisckl
I finals and the champion will be walk to Whitey
b hf t
or on
made it has been announced. Coast Serviceman's Championship y
" determined this week. Alice Snay' took the first pitch outside and
and the Florida stateSm1ceman's Downey on
I will face Fran Simms in the cham-I. White was thrown out at second a tour of
Championship. Ava Gardner
base attempting to steal, Picquetto
match this
pionship Saturday.
East Coastinstalla
Good shooting by Nick Galll-
Ladies Golf and Snay reached the finals by Rigby, with Rigby romping -
tano, AOC (Fasron 6),
downing Marianne Cogswell in the home to score. tions while Edgar Bergen tours
Capt. Thomas J. Burnam (NAT-
NotesBetty first round defeated Joann D'Or- Field Captain Dick Brock then
Group TOenter) added to the team's the West The Society for this
say In the quarter-finals and then called on Smitty Smith to replace Preservation and Encouragementof
Koch, newly electecchairman honors. The pair was the run bested Marie Sourbeer in the semifinals I Jack Winkle on the hill for the Barber Shop Quartet SingingIn

of the Ladies' Goli ner-up in the Class B, two-man students in a surprise maneuver. America (SPEBSQSIA to its

Group, is completing arrange team event. in the Simms reached the quarterfinals Smith promptly struck out Jurcis- pals) is sending three quartet
Also participating
ments for a different and interesting cki and made Learue fly out to
by beating Phyllis Bain and on overseas tours. "TheMid
Tournament shoot were Eugene and the ANP
Mixed Foursome the give
game States Four" left June 20 for
Harriet Toot and in the semifinals -
Ken L. Pender-
'. to be played Sunday afternoon ( ); ( ) Students the National crown.
FECOM the "Buffalo Bills" leave
she downed Joan Olson to ;
AEC (NARTU) William
Members asked gras the winning
July 15. are Jack Winkle was
to', sign up for this event L. Arthur, AOC (Fasron Six), i gain a chance at Snay and the hurler as Alf Schudell suffered July 1 for 30 days in EUCOM;
Cardinals" head fcf
and "The
Starting times and and Gordon M. Teets, ADC (Ce- I title. Winkle fanned six
promptly. defeat.
I three weeks in Alaska July 14 .
pairings will be posted in the cil Field). 4. i and walked three, while Smith, Guy Lombardo features singer

+ Shack on Saturday. Lines to a WAVE I his relief, fanned one and issued Toni Arden when he tapes his

Winners in last week's Tuesday Gather ye romance while ye may no free passes. Little Alf Schu- show July I 5 at the USN '1 raining:
match were Betty Koch,, Wet Weather I dell whiffed 11 Students and
SOI'row.I Center Md. and
Weber, Alcie Lusk,, For waiting may bring Bainbridge, Kitty
Margaret walked four.Summaries.
Kallen on the July 6 taping at
and Harriet Toof. A who's stationed here today
Anne Dittmar, guy in the game showed
Havoc U. S. Grounds Aberdeen
Plays Proving ,
Luncheon at the "O" Club was i May get transferred tomorrow. 4 runs on 2 hits for AN (P), Md.
planned by Emily Pearson, hostess
while conducted the business by the new meetingwas officers With PlayoffRain So You Think. You Know( Baseball!

chairman, Louis Gingrich,, and wet grounds have Thee
.secretary, Hazel Hirst, tournament been playing havoc with play-

chairman, Betty Koch,, off series in both the NAS and By 11 AUK Y SIMMONS

treasurer, Mary Wheat. N A T T C Softball Intra-mural Guide
Baseball has its breathless moments
Members and potential memo play-off series.

.. bers are asked to keep these im- The scheduled play-off series when the umpire makes a MAINSIDE ;
dates in mind every and perfectly correct decision, yet youcan't
portant between Naval Hospital Thursday, July 12
back it with the rule-
Tuesday at 0830, Ladies Day- Fasron Six, to determine the up V "China Corsair" _.._........ Jon HallFriday
Wednesday in book. Here is one such situation
second every NAS league champion, has
month-Golf Luncheon and business been delayed now for two which actually occurred in a mi- July IS

meeting at the "O" Club- weeks due to bad weather. The nor league game, and could happen ioN 0 Questions

this 'Sunday afternoon, July 15-i' second game of the series was any day in the majors. It Asked".Barry Sullivan

Mixed Foursomes with plenty of' scheduled to be played Wed- goes like this: Saturday, July 14

fun, prizes and supper. Assume it's the Cardinals and "The Sun Sets At

Golf Tips-You can still win nesday. the Cubs in the sixth frame of a Dawn" ...................>...Sally Parr

.. the rough is too close to the fair man School Ship's Companyare cago, with the visitors at bat. Iron Man",Stephen McNally

way. battling for the NATTC Tom Glaviano opens with a steam.singlet Monday, July 16
leit. Next Lowery
crown. Their series is expected Ing "Two Gals And A

Harman Captures to be concluded this week. raps out another single, advanc- Lowery la entitled to remain onfirst Guy" ._.................... Janis Paigte,
Glaviano to second. won't finda
ing babe, although
Winner of the NAS and you Tin*, and Wed., July 1718"Peking
Blind Bogey Play NATTC leagues will clash for The' first pitch to Slaughter Is'' current rule that says so. The Express". ..Joseph Cotton

; First place honors in the weekly the all station intra mural a pitchout and catcher Al Walker nearest applicable 1951 rule (Section NATTCenfcr

blind bogey were snared by Al championship in 'a bestoffivegame throws to Shortstop Ramaz- 7.03) is that when two runners 12
week when he shot I Glaviano is off the are touching one base, the Thursday, July
Harman last series slated to get un- :zotti. caugnt "St. The
a 78, picked 8 for a handicap and derway Monday. I bag. In the ensuing rundown, the second 1949 runner rule la out that when covered tagged.The the Dip" ............ ...-......Dick Haymes
ended up with a net 70. Site of the all-station openIng mil goes 'to Third Baseman Bill
Runner-up honors were shared play-off tilt has not as yet Serrena, who begins to chase Gla play exactly (Section 3, Rule 45)appeart Friday, July 13
to hare been left out of "The Sun Sets AtDawn"
entries. Chase, back .to second. Lowery *
two Billy Site of the first viano
been decided.
sarong: 88 and 8 fora meanwhile to' second. the new code Inadvertently.. This ........................ Sally Pair
Jr. shot an picked contest will be posted in the advances
handicap to give him a net 80. Plan-of-the-Day and also announced Serena throws the ball back to read in part, "In case a runner isbeing Saturday, July 14

t Jack Brown shot a 94 and with at the movies. Jamazzotti, who tags Lowery run down between bases! 'No Questions

14 for a handicap registered a Naval Hospital, two time while he standing. on second, and the following runner occupies Asked" .............. Barry Sullivan
same base the lint runner
vet 80. NAS champs, is defending then throws back to third base. the Sunday, July 15
has left the second man cannotbe
I ,
Harman also won closesttothepin champion, having swept 'Mark: Of TheRenegade"
But the ball is bobbled. ClaviI out while holding said
competition on No. 16 when through all opposition in the in back to ....Ricardo Montalboa
his pill came to rest ten feet from past two years. However, its I ano succeeds getting base.
I second and Lowery darts back to Mon. and Tues., July 16-17

lie pin.Dave. Hosier: won the longest Yelgn NATTC is in jeopardy as whoever the I irst. The Cubs, however, protest Reprinted by special permission "The Iron Man"Barry Sullivan
'drive honors with blow. representative stocked that Lowery is out, as he was of The Saturday Evening Wednesday<: July 18
a 275-yard be will be
may I tagged on a base to whioh he had Poet, Copyright 1951, by the Two Gal And A

tured Longest by putt Mosier of the was cap-- with power. plo right. How wound you call it? I I Curtis rubllahlng Company Guy' .___.. ....-...,._ Janis rataJtJuay


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BULLETINItems articles 2 J Ml1'tt t ,. 'Six Bits'Lt. -. ) ( l e /

( offering (jg) Adrian G. Back, communications f
washing machines E
,f as
property ------B ARTHUR
y now en-
furniture, radios -
route to Northwestern University,
like is fI
clothing and the prohibited International Teacher of the DanoeEditor's
Defense Department Evanston, Ill., where he will undergo I
a brief period of training
regulations. This column will,, ( Note: This concludes the series of 11 free dance lessons
before reporting: for duty at the
however, list such services as made possible through the cooperation of the Arthur Murray Studios of Louisville ) "
University Ky., as
housing, rides wanted,, Arthur Jjf1.l
available of Jacksonville and Murray) instructor of science.
an military
lost and found articles, and other LESSON 14-The Waltz Box Step \

similar notices). When doing Waltz turns you do not have time to think of your Lt. (jg) Herbert Rupp, formerly

FOIL IIEXI steps. You must think of your direction and the steps must be personnel officer of the squadron,

Will share home, Venetia Mrs,. done almost mechanically Therefore it is essential to master this has taken over Lt. (jg I Back's du- .l s

McIntyre, Ph. 8-5727. Box Step which acts as the basis for the turn to the left. ties.The

-rm. furn. apt., 1312 McDuff,, communications office be-

Riverside. )It'S. W. M. Hollo- came the message center for all .

way, Ph. 2-4403. 1. 4. SWI..f'u". Fasron supported squadrons un- \t
5341 Diaz SMALL C TSMOW BOX CLOSE LEFT OQINostOst FOOTTOSIDEI der Lt, (jg) Back and boasted 'of Y
one of the most efficient and well
:5727.) OF BOX STeP IS MADt FROM FLOOR. TO LEFT LEFT FOOT. organized offices in the area. I ,
I AT AN ANGLE.BRINGiNS 2BRING FET Under the supervision of Wil-
Bdrm. with kitchen priv., or share BODY INTO POSITION RIGHT APART ber L. Woods, ALC: Edward Ax-
home, 4312 DeMedicl.8-5827 LEFT TURN SIDE.r.. Q. .. S man, TE1, and Chester A, Rineer,
Ph. .
Mrs. Anson, TEL all mail
3 .;t personal squadronmail
Will share home. Mrs. S. J. Rud- ... :.{ registered parcels, yard and iw
.. .. tt ,
1 .
Ph. 82033. : w
vianski, ,.. u' guard mail is received and dis-

Furn. :5-rm.) house, 3352 Ernest St. .. ....f..'" ftrCHT FOOT tributed by Harry H. Wilson, TE- wyk
2-3057. I UPTOltFT M3, while James A. Watson, AT3, w
H. O. West, Ph. f..." : RAISE LtFT
318 West UnionSt. i is in charge of all dispatch traffic -
Two 2-rm. apts., _: FLOOR
J. M. Saucer, Ph. 4-79i; : i and Charted. Goodine, AN,

: J STr"o"J""DONUFT process squadron dispatches and
bath 2530 River- : t
Furn. rm., adj. 11 the classified matter and determines
side Ave. Mrs Annie Wills, Ph. : .,.. I : FOOT FURRING' FOOT/4
i TO LEFT. that all dispatches are delivered
: ..' '
8-3276. .... ; k
..... to departments concernedand

Furn. 2-rm. apt., 43.50 per mo., ............ makes necessary publication ..
apply Iron Kettle, Orange Park cA1M: 4ecdc4dC changes. d

Rd. Inez Arslin, Ph. 84061. [li'AOiO r i i TART No ctw,.... *

!.rm. apt., $50 per mo., 826 MaySt. g Quite a few j>or!(om traipsed

Mrs. Bessie Ellington, Ph. through the doors of the person- :
7-6048. I Study the diagram and follow nel office in the usual Fasron 6
will make
156 Andress St. Ju- this step: Only practice help migration of personnel. The termination
Garage apt., you a good dancer. So, practicethe
dith Abrahams, Ph. 3-8761. 1. Step directly forward with Fox Trot, Rumba, Samba, of TAD orders sending
left foot. 2. Step side to right on him to shore patrol duties brought
Will share home, 4762 Beverly Tango and Waltz steps. You'llha'e
right foot. 3. Close left up to Daniel B. Smith, ADAN, back into
1630 Sat.
Circle, contact after or a good time and enjoy your
right and raise right foot from the fold along with Clarence L.
& Sun. Mrs. Marguerite Lloyd, self
Ext. 446. floor. This completes one Waltz Anderson, SN, and James C. Warren ... ....

3624 Riverside Ave. step. 4. Step straight back with AA, who have just reported
Furn. apt., .
Arthur Murray Says aboard for
Mrs. W. J. Lafferty Ph. 2-3730. right foot. 5 Left foot to the duty.
unfurn. lower left-hand corner. 6. Close Gary W. Dalmadge, AA, and
house furn. or
2-bdrm. 1. should mark
Courtesy everything
St. St. John Park, right foot up to left foot from the Eugene Browning, SN, were trans--
1910 Fair do the dance
floor and :you end up Just where you on ferred to the hospital. Cecil T.
contact Williams. ,
floor. Guide ;jour partner ".
started. Corley. AMC, and Billy J. New-
Garage apt. Mr*. Marion Clarke, you the other
7-6249. The left turn Is !simply the Box smoothly through man, AN, are on their way to Fas- .f
2312 College ,
dancing couples being careful
Step used in turning: ron 795 and VC-33. Helping to
Furn rm., pvt. bath, 729 LomaxSt. elbowsdo
that hands
Ph. 7-4753. 1. Step forward on left foot, jour or balance the slate are Jerry R
W. Anderson
not collide with others.
3bdrm. furn. house, $125 per mo., turning one quarter to left. 2. Johnston, AMAA; Clyde Randalls,

4939 Dundre Rd. Mr. Stone, Bring right foot up to right side-- 2. The man never leaves the AMAN, and Robert J. Zeigler. -"SUE'' -SHELLS" :'':;-When it

Lakeshore. feet apart. 3. Close left up to girl (standing In the middle of AMAA, who are now working in comes to beauty, let's take bewitching
the floor lie escorts her backto the metal
rightand raise right foot from shop. Lt. Albert J.
3-rm. furn. apt., 418 Liberty St. Rhonda Fleming In
floor. This completes a quarter her friends. Cullen, who only recently reported
Ph. 4-5676:> Mrs. Stradtman. this picture, she's listening to
turn to the left. 4. Right foot 3. Fit jour dancing to jouremIronnient. to the squadron, was transferred
Single rm., apply 112 E. Ashley, the roar of the surf in a sea
Mrs. Stradtman, Ph. 4-5676. back, turning one quarter to left. Many dance to a CVG-17 squadron earlier shell. On location in Florida,

FOR SALE 5. Left foot to the side of light floors in night clubs are very this week. ]I she's working ill "Crosswlnds."
small. Don't try complicated SIlarry !
Ave. in (feet apart) weight on left. 6. I
3-bdrm. frame Lexington
steps Dance simply and follow L. Jackson
Lakeshore. Mr. Eckels. Ph. 2- Close right up to left foot and AMC. who
raise left foot from floor. the line of direction. recently retired from Fasion 6 Congratulations to Harrv T o >.
2-rm.8754 shack, or Ext., 5 acres, Wesconnett, Practice this left Waltz turn for 4. Under no conditions (shoulda and Navy life, is celebrating Chinn, AK3, this week's "White

2122 Roselle, contact R. L. Sims. not less than an hour. The left man leave a girl at a table arrival of a 9-pound baby girl, Hat of the Week". Chinn, who is

5-rm. 2747 Bayview turn of six counts makes only a alone, .subjecting her to possible born July 5. Jackson was retired 24, a native of Philadelphia, Pa..

Ave bungalow Mr. Beard, Ph. 4-0661. half turn. To do a complete turn, unwelcome attentions. during June with the squadron and a member of the Naval Reserve -

Riverside simply dance the left Waltz turn 5. The full I enjoyment of party and his retirement celebration was recalled in November,
Two 5-rm.
apts., duplex
Ave. $12,700. John Palmer, Ph. twice in succession. dancing depends singly upon combined into a gala event 1050.
4-0667., The right Waltz turn is exactlythe living up to the Golden Rule. at Kingsley Lake. I Chinn received his recruit train-

2bdrm. home, kitchen same as the Box Step except Consideration of others, of your Harry L. Christensen, AD3, and ing at Samson, N. Y., after his

equipped masonry, 2618 Beaver brook PI. that you turn to the right a quar- hostess and of your partner Don R. Farber AN, have also enlistment in 1944 and then received -

O. E. Perkins. Ext. 517. ter on the first of every three joined the fathers' fraternity with six weeks specialized train .. '..
MISCELLANEOUSRide steps.Be. THE END. the arrival of 5-pound, 9-ounce ing at Davisville R. I., with the

wanted-Corner of Donald sure to master the Waltz:: (Copyright, 1931, by and 6-pound, 9-ounce babies, re- Seabees. After his training he

& Park St., 0755-1630.: H. M. steps and turns. First, do the for- ., Arthur :MurraylTucker spectively. spent three and a half months in
ward Waltz continuing straightfor Guam with the Seabees, then
Knox Ext. 751.
12 counts, then do the com- transferred into the Fifth :Marine tf ..
Ride wanted-To and from
Side. Francis Lawson, Ext. 676. plete left Waltz turn for 12 counts.Do Band In Detachment as a pharmacist mate

Ride wanted-From San Marco the forward movement again 3-0ay and was with them when they

District, 0730-1600. Helen Rob- for 12 counts then do the com- stormed ashore on Iwo Jima.
plete left Waltz turn for 12 Chinn later took part in the oc-

erts, Ext. 717. counts. Do the forward movementIf cupation of Japan for one year before -
Ride wanted-Vicinity of 9th &
Next Week"It's
Walnut, 08001630. Loretta Stand Here being transferred on rotation
I to the States. During his stay at
Cardwell Ext. 8222.
you have missed any lessons Moffet Field after his overseas

Ride wanted Vicinity Main or send in your request fora service, he changed his rate to ,
Laura & W. 11th St.. 0800-1630. booklet of all 11 lessons to Tommy Tucker Time, Don't Want To Set The World On
Marie Bussey, Ext. 526. the Arthur Murray .Studios, 213 that will be the theme July Fire. More than 600,000 copies Shortly after his release from

Riders wanted From Riverside West Adams (street, Jackson 16-17-18 when Tommy Tucker sold within weeks.. service in 1948, Chinn joined the
District 0800-1630. Miss King,
ville.again. and his orchestra appear reserves in an inactive status and
Ph. 8-4311 after 1800. Tinker guides his success by
Riders. urantoil_Drivine' trt Atlanta aboard the Naval Air Stationto vthe public what it wants.._ _. since his recall is contemplating '.
''' '' u n.
: Ca.: 3'-J returning 15 foP 12 counts, then do the provide three evenings of e. In his appearances here, Tucker staying career in the regular Navy for a

July, will take riders all or partway complete right Waltz turn for 12 musical entertainment. will feature his lovely songs ___ r

E. L. Copelan, Ext. 8275or counts. tress, Karen Richard. In addi-

655.Riders Keep repeating each: step until chestra The "Sing-for-Your-Supper"leader and his band will or- tion, he'll choose guests to "Sing Three ReserveContinued

wanted Driving to San ease, poise and confidence are ac- for Your Supper with Tommy
crew's dance Main-
Francisco, leaving 15 July return quired. play a Tucker," a contest which gives ( from Page 1)
side Auditorium ,
on Monday July
10 August, share expenses, those who aspire to sing with a The first five days at Saufley
16 dance at NATTCenter
help with driving. J. D. Stem- a auditorium name orchestra the opportunity to Field will be devoted to field car-
Correction On 17 and
on Tuesday, July
pel, Ext. 217. the bfficers' dance at the "O" Clubon try. This feature has been popu- tier landing practice by the pilots
Lost-Small canvas bag lost by lar with Tucker fans for sometime in preparation for their going

Lcdr. Erard. Contains I.D. tags NSLI WaiversThe Wednesday July 18. Dancingwill aboard the carrier U.S.S Monterey A a
commence at 2000 each evening
and other medals. Finder please : On July 16th, 17th and 18th

return to NAS OOD's office. Jacksonville\ and Miami fighter pilots -
last of the *
paragraph: ar-
J Riders Wanted Driving to will requalify in carrier land U
ticle entitled "Waivers of
Pay- Recent engagements at hotels,
Youngstown, Ohio, Friday 13 ings aboard the/Monterey and on f
I for NSLI clarified
1 July, Will tpke riders all or ment are theaters, ball-rooms, and clubs the 19th and 20th the entire i i I \
in the June 21 issueof
published has brought wide acclaim tb Tom-
Call Sax Air News
will aboard
i part way. squadrons go the carrier
the Jax Air News, has been
Ext. 8184. my Tucker and his orchestra., On to conduct squadron strike

declared incorrect.The radio network broadcasts he has '
paragraph stated that been heard innumerable times. As x Z1 r a" operations S S

"the amount of annual increase record sellers the Tucker orches-
Lcdr. Lewis New in cash surrender valueof Pilots will be brought aboard
tra has few
equals. under the guidance of Lt Ted
Permanent Plan Policies,
r Exchange Officer having Waiver of part of the After Tucker organized his orchestra Buckenmier, Landing Signal Officer .

I premiums in effect, will haveto his first tour was unsuc- of NARTU's Air Wing Staff

f. Lcdr. John M. Lewis has assumed be recalculated by the Vet- cessful, but then came a bid to In addition to Comdr. Johnson, _,

i his duties as Navy Ex- erans Administration, because appear on a commercial program. acting as Group Commander, VF-

change officer relieving Lcdr. you will no longer be payingthe This was his break. But the thing 741 will be led by its commandingofficer

I William McWilliams. full payments as hereto- that skyrocketed the Tucker bandto Lcdr. Fred Wolff, and t

\ Lcdr. Lewis comes here from fore." fame was his recording: "I t k i,4 : FASRon-741 will be led by its r

Yokosuka, Japan where he was John BorbrlcUe, regional in- skipper, Lcdr. Robert L. Gitting :

f Ship's Store officer for three surance officer for VA in call I I* under waiver of premiums.All J .

I years. ing attention to the misstatement a serviceman pays 'duringthe f''y'SAGaii Overheard a couple of girl

I Navy Exchange officer i here states: "The last paragraph period of waiver is the actual talking in the drug store last

i since February 1049, Lcdr Mc is incorrect, as cash valves increase in values includ- night. One said to the other: "I'll

Williams is now attached to the accumulate identically the ing cash, paid-up, and extended I wear my long, low-cut dress and

U.S.S. Randall as Supply officer. same whether or not the policy insurance." I I Tommy Tucker show him a thing or two." .. '.


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