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. Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander. .'IeetIr Wing 11tIPS .
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Leaves Commissary

For Northern A Permits Being

Training Trip v- a : Renewed Now

Patrol t Squadron t Three of = Applications are available

Fleet Air Wing II I i is J present- saw } : ar.t < r now at the Commissary Store

Iv. winging i its way north to for renewal of Commissary

'. the old winds and weather permits which go into effect

.. of Argentia. Newfoundlandfor July 1 it has )been announced.

a two-months! training: Application will be filled out

operation at the advanced 1 I and signed by the patron, the dependent

base. : and Personnel officer ,of

.he activity to which tfie patron \I"
VP-i:;. recently arrived from

Panama, has tinned Into quite a>, < asmgned
+ y Failure to r renew application
traveling unit. Just one month prior to June 30 will dept lye personnel

I pi cot to its arrival) in Jax the of (Commissary Stole privl.

squadron was operating> out 01 leges until applications are com-
pleled and submitted to Commissary
Quonset Point, R. I., in the Set olid : -
Store for ,renewal ol permit
Fleet Exercises In late FebiuaixVP it is pointed out..

-:* left for Puerto Rico to par It has also been annoum ed that

tu spate in Operations Poitiex I each activity Is allowed to request
Constant sub-exercises have kept one Commissary card for its coffee
I messes It will be the reponxibilitv .
in-'its' of the
SCK squadron away
of the officer authorizing
from' NAS from time to time, but \Vr.l.COMl-i: OX ItEl'UltS-\'t' knew they were coming so we baked a cake," so say the the coffee mess to see that purchases -
this week the "sub-hunting greeters as Air Croup: Tour returned from its long Mediterranean cruise l.cdr Forrester Auma.i. commanding are made for the mess ant
squadron' riiov en-masse for, a officer of VA-44, l.rclr Fred Kidd, commanding officer of \'.\-4.j and Comdr. Fred Gage, not the individual' personal use
cool' sumnifi' away from" the FlornU chief staff officer of Corn.N'ab-6 look on as Air Group Four commanding; officer Comdr. Richard It will further be the ie.xpoii.s1bihtv -
hiH.Air Hums cuts the wrh'omlngrakt'; presented to the men of the Air ( roup.Air of the officer autruv'sing-; :

coffer meal! cards to direct that
the permit, be ,ret ',tined to the ('<1111'
Wing i Eleven Group Four CaineCommendution Tribute Is Paid mi""hl.\ Store, upon tnnsfer ot I th*
liI'.liul'\ authori/eu to mal de pen'-
chasefo! the mess. Fa line !t.I'mplv t..
Ends Mock War To War DeadA with then r4 l1lntion. wit

Tour 'epiive' thr !adl\I i -1 Coil 'IIM., '
on :Jlun! :salute highlightedthe .
-/arStore, pnvileg -. it i I. mpn,i-
On SubmarinesOn Memorial Day obseivance si/ed

at the Naval Air Station as;

the i hasp daand night Vice Admiral .John J. ISallentine and the American ambassadors tribute was paid to America's' Here's What You FindIn
sr'-kmjj' : out I the thooic' I ene-
nn submarine Fleet) Air Wins to J Istanbul Turkey and IJ.sbon. Portugal commended :, war dead

Ed'von ,elaxed: for a short the officeis and men of Carrier Air Group A I for their'' Manned bv a Navy gun Today's Air News

hi \'alher"aftt'r a ek-long an- outstanding: appearance and conduct while ashore in jwrtsisited crew the station's battery of .

ti stibinaiino warfare exercise vi by the Air i Group; during: its Mediterranean cruise.i I three-inch' guns fired the holiday News" ; "of !national and local I significance' -
conducted off the const of Jacksorr one-minute < plus:> man mestories
v.:t lieThe l These: are only a few of the congratulatory over the Sahara DeseitFrom !salute at intervals ,; can be found inside Mv

rest period will be short messages* and commendations Commander Can'lei' IM- ; beginning at 1200. Colors pages of the Jax Air Newto-
lived however for within amonth garnered by the Air were at half-mast from 0800 day
vision 4 came roinmendalion
'-; tune, the sub-hunting Group, which is to be decommissioned I until the final shot was; fired. Topping the list of features is
squadrons will be on the go again!:: I laudingthe excellent !performanceot Pre-Memorial Day services. a report of a Mediterranean cruise -
I soon, in its recent cruise; the Air Group throughout theenttie
in other Atlantic waters. 3 and Lt Tale's
honoring the war dead were escape -
Commander of the Sixth Fleet cl'ul8nd; particularly"
Operating night and day resorting I I commented on the excellent performance stressing the 3,660 accident free held last Sunday at both the with the ejection seat on
to use of flares at night I Page 4. Here'your: guide ;
Squadrons VP-3 and VP-5 sought' of the Air Group during carrier landings made.These I All Saints and St Edward'schapels

out Ihe"enemy" sub, the USS Mediterranean operations and and many other 11E'I'IIfAgesI while a short ceremony llree/es .'..lte 4
I Brigadier 'J. D. Roland, ranking officer attest to the fart that all\ hands: I rant-llelp-Its .._ Page 5
Another of
Conger unit at 1200 noon Sunday
of the British Malta garrison of CAO-4 were "on their toes" Classified liulletin: Page 8
Air Wing Eleven( Squ I gave the group a heaitv "well during! the 24: based at Miami and known as
done" for their part In strikes on valuable training received but that \t :S: un d a y' Ii observance :" Notes Page 2
the Hurricane Hunters also; pal'tll'lpatea -
in the exercise.; Malta. the officers and men of CAG-4 : flower; were offered: and a< Itl"creatlon"hort' Page 8
1'alualrle'I'ralning were suo\,essful as American goodi i cepted, placed on a and Report( from Washington: Page Z
and of the Air .
crews! < ill missionaries to the Countriesov Sports Pages 6, 7
slies.tedtha flown out to sea to be sirfwnin
Air Hea qual'lt'I's.4lta
Wing trained in various phases S
'seas the Atlantic Tricky *Jimky Page!:
important bond between the
ot anti-submarine warfare tactics x
and doctrine during the maneuvers. English and American service x --- -
;. I forces when they extended theirsinceie

The USS Conger!: as the aggressor thanks for the role played T
by the Air Group in a search for
submarine, tied up at the
Mavnoit Section Base during its a downed British Vampire, lighter

sta. here.. The exercise also served .;
as a training operation for the CeremoniesHail

crew of the Conger.
Capt. George C. Montgomeiv
Commander Fleet Air Wing i ReturnOf $
Eleven, commenting on the operations ,
stated, "The exercises were
quite successful and very valuable :, Air GroupBand "$ a r
both from a test and training ,
standpoint. We are carrying music, a welcome cake
out\ the policy of maintaining a and waiting arms of sweethearts,
\"er '. high standard of readiness wives and children greeted the returning -
t .-- --'\ --- I Air Group Four as they disembarked ; :
from a special train here 4icji
What'sTheNameOf at NAS last Friday after a four
and one-halt month Mediterranean a r Yyili

That ? cruise
Song Comdr. Fred H Gage, chief stair

officer of ComNab-6 acting as ot :
A little laughter! was pro- tidal greeter, did the honors of it
wk.'il al the t'ulpl'est'ntatlOn presenting the cake to Comdr
,"rr (c'nwnv when the band swung
Hichatd II. Burns, commanding ot > v
the hit tune "If I
into popular fleet of the Air Group, who in turn
lCncYou: Wet Coming. Ida
welcome-home ,'
passed on the ak>
Bi '.i-l A Cake," the ar
to the group's officers and men
r in tl of Air Group Four here \
At the brief ceremony, ('omdl'Dul'l1s
1\.1 i t Fi iday. '

The rruise-weaiv sailors, who reported that it had beena _. _.< ,...,........-. --11'.., .. ... -- .- -,_._--_.__.._- _.._-
successful Cl'uibut all
.-' had just !spent the last four highly
OFFICERS 'ISITCommodore Uutger De Croneborg;, Swedish Naval Attache
didn'tatl'll were glad to be home The truth ol SWEDISH:
months 01 HO overseas! his statement was seen in the left, and Capt. (J, I., Ulorabcrff, right, assistant Swedish Air Apache, are shown with Rear Adm
: tin 'di' eft"of the song. Fleet Air Jacksonville, during their day stop-over( .last Wednesday ,
wholesome eiithusia-ti; greeting'sbet Alfred Montgomery: : Commander : !:
You sec- thl'1.It"" lit"-1 heard .MI the sailors and lieu wait at NAS. The Swedish officers were conducted on a general: tour of the station, one ot several
t before ,i., wits ; tour of naval shore establishment,
V loudly cry,,111i"rtt 11ilips. they will visit during their inspection


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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 1 June 1950

Jax Air News Report From Washington. -

Station.Published Jacksonville every, Fla.NA5 Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air Officers Accepted For Petroleum Courses

: Jacksonville

,'. Capt.Comdr.Alvin Porter I.F.Mal Bedell trom __Commanding Executive Officer Officer All-Service Committee To Plan I & E Policy

w Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear By Armed 'Force Press Service the use of :personnel assigned to Germany.

Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery... ._....._ -__. ____Commander The Navy will accept applications from Similar guides for Japan, Alaska, Hawaii, and
Fleet Air Wine Eleven Regular line captains and commanders for Caribbean and Mediterranean areas are sched

Capt. George C. Montgomery._.. ....._........_.__?___Commander postgraduate courses in petroleum engineering.The uled.

Comdr. Charles Robertson__ .._... ___ ...............__.....Chief Staff Officer courses'will last two, years, with one year *
Naval Hospital of work at a civilian school followed by a year Navy'Secretary Francis P. Matthews is ob-

Capt Dwight J. Wharton.__.__.........___Commanding Officer in the petroleum Industry. Applicants should he serving the first anniversary of his appointment -
Capt Guy E. Stahr__...._ __.........___.Executive Officer Annapolis: graduates or hold B. S. degrees In He was sworn. in.May 24, 1949. -
engineering or geology, and should have an en-
NARTU gineering background. Applications should be The Marine Corp has 30,000 officers and
Comdr. John Barleon.Acting. Commanding Officer submitted through channels to the Bureau of men ready for combat "immediately," accord-

Editorial: Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration Naval Personnel prior to June 15, 1950. ing to a recent statement of Gen. Clifton B.
building. Phone extension 8184. w Cates, Marine Corps Commandant. X
Editor-Andrew H. Planey An all-Service subcommittee of the Secretaryof .

Staff Members-Chester Paschang, SN; Virginia Rogers, SN, Defense's Personnel Policy Committee, nas For the third consecutive year, the all-Marine
and Shirley Ritoch, 'SN. been appointed to develop a statement of Track and Field Meet will be held at Butler
policies and principles for operation of the Information Stadium, Quantico, Va., June 16 and 17.
The JAX AIR NEWS published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station ,.,
Jacksonville, Florida I I and piloted commercially with non-appropriated funds and Education program for all Serv *
Ht no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35, Rev, ices. In line with the USAF policy that assignsto
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station, the the Military Air Transport Service primary
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, Naval Air
Auxiliary Station Cecil Field, and
the U. S. Naval Hospital.The A recent survey of Regular Air Force of- responsibility for training transport crews, the
ficers indicates that the average officer has 7,5 Medium Transport Transition Unit at Great
JAX AIR NEWS 1 II a member of the Armed Foices Press Service. Re- years of active Federal commissioned service; Falls, AFB, Montana, will be reactivated on
production of material from these sources must bear a credit line.
of other matter, except by service publications Is prohibited without Republication permission the average pilot has 7.7 years of active Federal June 12. It will provide an eight-weeks course
of EdHnr JAX AIR. commissioned service; the average other rated for co-pilots and a four-weeks course'for nlr-
--- officers has 6.2 years, and the average non- plane commanders.
ratert officer has 7.4 *
NEWShrilians' ;years.
Belief f Abuse The 83rd Infantry Division Association will

The Air Force has completed an arrange hold its annual convention at Boston, Aug. 17,
ment with the University of Dayton, Ohio, 18, and 19.
which 400 officers and airmen of .
under Wrlgnt-
of f Sigh Leave Refuted Here Patterson AFB will enroll in off-duty university The Army plans a new look for remaining
courses this fall, as a phase of "Opera- stocks of World War II combat boots. They will
tion Boot-strap," the Air Force's educational be treated with a plastic coating which will
Improve their appearance and increase resistance -
The fingering clamor that government workers abuse to wear, ,

the privileges of sick leave they are entitled to, can best be The Tactical Air Force Is to be strengthened *

discredited and disproved here at the Naval Air Station Immediately to permit Intensified Army-Air The Air Force has moved to quash rumorsof
Force training in air transportability. changes In the summer uniform, which gained '
where a report shows that 22 employees have taken sick
no ,., wide circulation. The Chief of the Uniform
leave within the past four or five years and 26 more have "A Pocket Guide to Germany," is one of a Branch, USAF states change in sum-
had no sick leave since they entered duty here. series of booklets being published by the Armed mer apparel is contemplated before 1953, and
Some of the employees who) Forces Information and Education Division for possibly none will be made then.
have taken no sick leave since 1 don ((1943)) ; James Brosky (1944)); -
they have beee employed at NAS j'Albert Cook ((1945)); John Atkinson automobiles given away in the
have been here since the station (1945)) and Horace Shipp contest. A check-up revealed ho
was established, almost 10 years II (1945)). Weekend I was stationed on board the CGC

ago. Others have had no sick Supply Joseph Fort (1944)) ; Taney and from all reports he was
leave 'for as long as six, seven or Herman Gaul (1945) and C. unaware of his good fortune.
t eight years. When compared to Bottorf (1945)). M.I! (in Note WHEN TilE TANEY nosed up
:. other industries, this record is Administration Theodore to the dock at Government Island,
quite outstanding. Fritch (1940) and Mary Love Mc- fromNlIRTU a new Nash, photographers, and
Names Listed Call (1947)). representatives of the Quaker Oats
r Broken down into departments, I Industrial I Company and Nash Kelxinator
here is a list of employees who Relations James Corp. stood by for the big moment.
have taken no sick leave since arriving Dorman ((1946)). Inquiries were made as soon as the
I Here is a further list of employees
here: gangplank was on the dock. Nol! .
I' Overhaul and Hepalr.-Will F. leave who have had no sick WING STAFF-74; Our skipper, happy to welcome Lcdr. William It couldn't be true! Yes, Chief
Booten (1940) ; Homer Hadden : in the past five years: Comdr. LeRoy P. Johnson, receivedthe 'W. Kane from CV FASRon 741. Burkhart had been transferred at
(1941)); Julius deR Quina (1941)); Overhaul and RepairSamuel following letter of commendation Lcdr. Kane came from Daytona the last moment to the USCG
Harold M. Rockwood (1912)) ; John McElhenny, W. H. Richardson, and from the Chief of Naval Air Beach, Fla., and hasn't missed 'a Separation Center No.6, Savannah -
: Dec (1912) ; Joseph Sistrunk Mary Dent. Training: drill since he became an Organized ,, Ga., for separation from the
(1945)) ; Russell Proctor (11946)) and Donald Supply Whitner.- J. Claude Raulerson, "Commander Johnson has dem- Reservist In 1948. He has been service.

William Basemore (1946)). labile Works William Duck- onstrated outstanding initiativeand assigned all the seamen recruits of Through further inquiries, It was
Public Works--George K. Lloyd worth Bennett resourcefulness as commanding the Wing Staff learned that llurkhart wan lit Ing
Day, Laymon
t (1939)) ; Floyd Jenkins (1941); I Cothern, Nathaniel 'Taylor, James :: officer of Wing Staff 74. His We regret to learn that Alan L. in DeLand, Fla. Again the Nah
i Paul Green ((1941)) A. R. liilder1
; Gwynes and William Bouleware. 'enthusiasm, perserverance and unusual Willys had an unfortunate acci- photographer and representative
1 brand (1941)) ; John Singleton Administration William Kin- executive ability have resulted dent while repairing his refrigerator. arrived In ILand for the pre
(1941)) ; Arthur M. Davis (1942)) ; I caid. in that staff being rapidly It is hoped that it was not sentation. No! Kurkhart had only
i Frank Lamar ((1942))_; Mary Hen- I organized into an efficient unit serious and wish him a speedy re- ben visiting In Ik-Land.
4 h____ _______ _____ Employees who have used no
sick leave in the past four years that is a model for other Wing covery. But the story ended happily for
; 200 include: Staff." Congratulations to our i The adage that it is easier to sell after more days frantic searching,
Hospital Overhaul and Itf'palr-lay Bar- skipper, Comdr. LeRoy P. Johnson! something than give it away was Burkhart was found in NARTU,

lowe, Charles Johnson, Glenmore Department heads are remindedto almost proved not long ago. Chief Jacksonville, Fla., and presentedwith
Internships Monroe and James Hall. contact Lt. (Jg) Bertram A. C.I Yeoman Worth H. Burkhart en- the Nash automobile.
Public Works-Joseph Hulbert, Udovin in regards to filling billets tered a Quaker Oats Contest. His Congratulations to Rabun W.
I Thompson who received his BSBA
Johnnie Pandley John Grooms, from the Seaman school this sum statment "Why I Like Quaker
t Being Offered Mike Hall, Rose Wilcox and Jim i Oats" In twenty-five words or less at University of Florida this
mer.The month and to Charles A. Williams
Smith. Wing Staff Is fortunate and I won him one of the six new Nash
who receives his LLB at Steteon

Rear Admiral C. A. Swanson, .. ....-...... .---...-.. ..... .... ';- this month.
Surgeon General of the Navy, to- a ; ,';: .:'::3 ; : Lcdr. Julius E. Dovell receivedthe
day announced that 200 rotating following letter of commendation .
.. internships in U. S. Naval hospi- from*the Chief of Naval Air
tals will be available to qualified Trainign: for his activities in the
medical school students who will Interest of the Naval Air Restive

graduate in 1951.Applications Training Program at the University -
,. for the Naval in- w of Florida, where he is em-
ternships will be accepted begin- ployed. His enthusiasm has resulted -
ning on December 19, 1950, in accordance 5 R in a most satisfactory relationship -
with the Association of e .J' f between the Naval Air

American Medical Colleges' cooperative I -.' -- Reserve Training Unit, Jacksonville -
plan for appointment of in- i and the University of Floi- .
terns. However, a Naval intern I Ida. Remember the next drill
.}. must meet all requirements for June 24 and 25: 1950.
commission in the Medical Corpsof I VP FASllon-745: We welcome
the U. S. Naval Reserve and it I Lt. (Jg) Wilmer G. Summers who

Is necessary, therefore, that application -I r R % reported aboard Saturday, April ..
for Naval Reserve com 29.Don't
missions be submitted prior to the i forget that VI1 FASRon
December date. 745 will take their annual training
Qualification Listed duty during the period August 12-
Prospective applicants for in- 25. Some ten days of the 14 days
ternships should visit the Naval training duty will bo spent in
Officer Procurement Office near Norfolk, Va. Let's all do our level
est their homes as soon as possible best to make this cruise 100 percent
and apply for a Naval Reserve In quantity and quality.
commission, so that this application Let's all remember that VP
may be processed well in ad- FASRon 745 will drill the weekend
vance of February 20, 1951 the of June 24 and 25 for next
deadline, for notification of successful month's drill periods.
Internship candidates.All Our drill attendance for April
internship candidates will be wa 63 |per cent for enlisted per-
notified of their selection or non- ( ) sonnel. If Nu'h man will make it
I selection for the program. Selected r ry < k hU personal bnslncHH to cone out
candidates will be notified by on Saturday aftf-rnon. and.. Sundays -
telegram not earlier than February x We ran raise tlii. figure to
20 1951. At the same time, 100 per 'nt-a figure we fan all
they will be notified of the Naval be proud of.
a; hospital to which they will be assigned CNO has approved certain
f for their intern year. Candidates changes in the enlisted men's dress
not selected for a Naval blue uniforms. These changes
Internship for any reason will be t.i C Mt greatly improve its wearability,

t notifies of their non-selection as _.m<._po_>>,__w_ <_.. _. ,, .n_ '_.n.n _... '''______.._ ----- smartness, and comfort without r'
early as practical after review of changing its traditional appear- '
their applications, an internship DAWN BUT NOT OUT-First casualty of NAKTU's Model Aviation Club's first meet Is ance. Essentially, the changed \
appointment prior to the concluding Comdr. Francis Schrader's P-47. A moment of silence rendered the tiny aircraft by spectators at consist of a ''zipper fly front instead -
date of the appointment sched the meet. The craft, however, has been repaired. Left to right are Lcdr. Lem Tew, Comdr Schrader, of .button flag front, hip
ule. Chief Arnold Trent, M-Sgt. Leland Lyons, T-Sft. Car Jones, M-Sjt. Clip Wilkes and kneeling, 'II- poet ousers covered by
liam Ilarvllle, AD2. tied on Pare 8)I

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JUST ONE OF THE AWARDS=Officers- and en of "Carrier' Air Group Four pose with the

skipper of the USS MIDWAY. Captain W. M. Beakly, second from left, back row, with the huge
sign declaring the record 3,660 accide'nt-frce carrier landings made by the Air Group during its I
Mediterranean cruise.
GREETINGS, RITA- Ensign Victor Lopez of VA-45 shakes _".'H_ _____.... ,
hands with screen star Rita Ilayworth during her visit aboard the a
- Vs ,Midway while others await their turn of greetings. Rita and her Vet Training Bill

wealthy husband, Aly Kahn, visited the Midway during its stayin

Cannes, France.Things .

_. 4 Lists New Rules

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-f Washington (AFPS) The

House recently passed a bill de-
signed to insure and clarify the
Places You've Read About rights of both veterans and schools

; 1 participating in the veterans'training

r program.
> 'iiv wtZ v> R
3 The new bill abolishes eligi
Come True On Mediterranean TourBy bility for schools less than a

year old, unless they are federal
Institutions or school certifiedby

Douglas tluggard state governments as relia-
ble. It aim restricts. veterans In
How would you like to take a cruise to the fascinating cities of
the of so-called "recreational"
the old world? Would you like to see the ruins of ancient Greece or pursuit courses unless the applicant --
perhaps the beauties of the Riviera?
has evidence he needs such
Most of us would and few of us ever will, but the sailors of Car-
Instruction In order to make a
rier Air Group 4, Just recently had that "chance of a lifetime" on a living.
four-and-a-half months cruise in the Mediterranean
One important provision of the
First port of call for the officers ing their wares, where within a bill is the establishment of an
and men of the Air Group, after two block area could be purchased appeal board to which both schools
leaving Norfolk in early January, almost anything under the sun. and veterans may refer VA rul-
i of the
was the mighty bastion
For history-minded men, Athens,
East, the Rock of Glbralter. Here ings.The
the men, many of whom for the Greece, offered a happy hunting House measure was sent to
first time, had a chance to see the ground. Here they glimpsed the the Senate for solution of differ
1,400 foot high "Ilock" that, with ruins of one of the greatest civili- ences between it and a similar
its formidable fortifications guardsthe zations in history. They stood in law recently passed by the higher

Western approaches to the the shadow of the Arcopohs, the I body.
Mediterranean. They spent their citadel of Athens, and they -.------. -

four days liberty in touring the wondered at the flowing grace of
and the Doric architecture of the Signs
town and viewing the guns
of Parthenon which
temple was
armament the British have installed ,
dedicated in 438 B C
southern most
to make this Armed Services
point of Spain a true fortress From ages old ruins the sailors
Journeyed to the modern war shat- ? I

NOT TARRYING for long in tered ruins of Suda Bay Crete, t New Justice Code
any port, the white-hatted sailors where during World War II, over I

nest thronged the streets of Augusta 40,000 German paratroopers I I Washington (AI I'S). -President
Sicily where organized tours stormed from the skies to conquerthe OPERATIONS AT SEA-Planes of Air Group Four hover over 'Truman has signed legislation establishing -
tole them to Syracuse, an ancient tiny island. Thousands of I the USS Midway somewhere in the Mediterrean. : a uniform code of mili-
seaport city of Sicily, whose his- these paratroopers still remain, tary justice for all of the Armed
tory dates back to the Roman em- burled on the island, a tribute to Forces effective : 31 1951.
pire. Here they saw the famous the fighting spirit of the Cretans. I Host Of Records on May ,
catacombs where the ancients CompiledBy The code U the result otstudies

buried their dead in the long, I NEXT ON TIIK exte'slve; itinerary Initiated two years ago
by the late James Forrestal, the
was Leghorn, the "Norfolk"of
underground ex-
dusty, gloomy
Italy, where the Air Group nation's first Secretary of De
cavations. personnel toured the great ship- Air Group During CruiseIf fense. It will supplant the Articles -
Some of the sailors paused to
i yards, which once supplied Mus- of Mar of the! Army and
ir construct a mental picture of the solini's battle fleet and saw the Air Force, the Articles for the

vast amphitheater ordered, where Roman Italian Naval Academy. Many of statistics mean anything, and they say figures don't Government of the Navy and
Emperors once screaming them made the short to Flor- the Disciplinary Laws of the
slaves thrown as human sacrifices I ]lie, then Carrier Air Group Four's recent Mediterranean Coast Guard. Its operations will
ence, a veritable ,
garden spot
to beasts and where cruise be termed hicrhlv successful
I can
savage where exquisite leather goods and a one. be effective both in peace and
brawny gladiators tested their Air Group 4, who just returned ---.--- -- war.
might to win kingly favors. intricately hand fashioned silver- here last week after four and a i dUng of the planes by the flight One of the principal innovationsof
ware was available at prices far
Naples, Italy, with over a mil- below those in stateside.Air half months duty In the Mediterranean II deck crews of the Midway. the unified code it the provisionof
lion and a half population was the Fleet aboard the U.S.S. In all, the pilots of VF-41 42, a court of military appeals, to
\ Group 4 pilots and planes 43, VA-44 VC-4 12 and 62 flew '
first big city visited by the Air Midway made the remarkable rec- be manned by three civilian l
Group. Some of the men spent made the newspapers at their next ord of 3,660 accident free carrier 8,774 day hours and 196 night Judges. This court will review all
stop. While supporting amphibious hours and made landingsand
their liberty hours enjoying the landings during the cruise. 3,562 day cases Involving dismissal from the
typical friendliness and hospitalityof operations they made several I Comdr. Richard H. Burns, com- 98 night landings during the service, long prison terms or heavy
flights beach Malta cruise.
the residents while others jour- over a on manding officer of the Air Group, I fines. The judges will be appointed -
neyed to Rome, home of Ceasar where Princess Elizabeth, her attributed this unusual record to Taking part in 11 specific exer- by the President.

and the site of one of the worM'a royal family and guests were 'I the proficiency of the Landing Sig- cises and many routine training Enlisted men now have the rightto
having a beach Some of
, r greatest empires. Many of the party. nal officers and the expert han- flights the pilots aboard the Mid- demand inclusion of other enlisted
the white hats afforded the
gained about 74 hours of fly-
trailors Visited the ruins of Pompeii way
men as members of the
of Italy which opportunity 01' seeing the pretty shows staged by hooded Arabians ing time.
city I court trying them. (This practiceis
princess and her retinue at
a polo
horsemen as they engaged in Operate with BritishIn
was completely destroyed by an now in effect in the Army and
eruption of Vesuvius. match later while they were sight- racing their thoroughbred steeds.Heading January, the group Joined Air Force.)
First glimpse of the mysterious seeing the "most bombed island home, the Midway with other units of the Sixth Fleetto
veiled women of the East was in the world during World War made one last stop in foreign conduct exercises with the Brit-

given the touring Air Group men II. waters, the International city of ish carrier HMS. Glory. It was New Lingo ResultingFrom

I in Sfax, Tunisia. Also of Interest Headed for Cannes Franco, Lisbon, Portugal which offered a during the strikes against the. Color TelevisionNew
to the men was the walled there was much speculation aboard last call to the men and officers of Glory that a pilot from the Mid-
city, where religious Arabians ship about the "home of the Carrier Air Group 4. They found way made what was probably the York, (AFPS-Color) television
kept their faith and follow their Bikini bathing suit." Not a man this city unlike any they had visit- first American landing made on is adding new words and
beliefs. The sailors were permitted I was disappointed with the famous ed before Here was a completely the Glory, when engine trouble phrases to our language. Here are

to enter the walls but only in resort town of the Riviera. It had modern, progressive metropolis, forced him own. Similarity of some examples:
large conducted tours. everything, beautiful b e aches, which bore a striking resemblanceto landing signals made the feat an Dot Interlace: method of scan
group* exotic perfumes and beautiful American cities. easy one, he remarked. I ning a color image. Color sampling

OF ALL TilE ports and cities women. One of the most enter- Volumes of books couldn't hold' British Vampire fighters opposedthe sequences three : order colors in which tho
taining highlights of the cruise oc- Air Group pilots in simulated primary are sampled
toured by the sailors, the little what each man experienced Qn handled in transmission. Color
Village and island of Famaguata, curred in Cannes. their cruise of the Mediterranean. ] strikes on Valetta, Malta and later or disturbances In the
Cypress was considered the Bach of the sailors brought backto in the month squadrons of the Air ceived which re-
cleanest and neatest, The men TilE FABULOUSLY wealthy Jacksonville a book of memories Group took part in a live operationIn picture and bring color flasheso
were greatly impressed by the well Aly Khan and his beautiful wife, to be cherished through the years which they searched successfully J Color bright distracting unnatural
stage and screen star, Rita Hay- in for a downed English Vampire ; fringesof
ordered town and surrounding and to be recalled again the color at the of ,
farm lands. worth came aboard the Midway future and experienced again in somewhere in the Sahara desert.In objects
moving rapidly. Color registration

To the souvenir happy sailors, for a ship's dance. She was very thought.It the Adriatic Sea, the Air : the accurate super-imposing' ,
the next port was an answer to gracious, dancing with as many of can be said though that all Group received a well done from of one color on the other to forma
their dreams. Instanbul, Turkey) the men as she could during the hands thr\ ted to their "chance ofa members of the Armed Forces complete color picture. ''1,
1 located in the Dardanelles. the evening. lifetime." Staff College who observed the

gateway to the Black Sea And From the white sands of the And son, don't let nobody laugh strikes made against the men of the Air Group was excel
communist restricted area, offered I beaches of Cannes to the rolling and kid you about those signs Newport News.In U'S'S'I lent and morale and conduct was
the Bazaar. The Bazaar with its expanses of North Africa was the you see, "Join the Navy and seethe all the exercises at a record high as it Is evidencedby
: myriad shops and stalls, with the next hop for the Air Group. Prime world"-being a joke. It's a and throughout the entire cruise the many commendations received

multitude of vendors loudly cry interest", in Oran, Algeria was the fact, seal the efficiency of the officers and from high author1t1es.y .

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Page Four JAX AIR NEWS 1 June 1950
L rI.
Now Member Of Exclusive Club +

I. Ejection Seat Tosses local Pilot t To Safety.


i Ready To Fly Againing

By Bob JoyceLt. pened to be "Pappy" Fruin and polished brightly in the

Hugh J. Tate. Banshee let Tale both from the same squadron hangar Friday morning, in prep- t
pilot of VF-171 is alive today and based at NAS Jafkson- aration for his return to duty

thanks' to the man who inventedthe ville Tate was considerably luckieras

breakaway cockpit ejection he received only a bruise z
1Iea t. FRUIN WAS 'catapulted into under his right eye, presumablyfrom
It might be noted that Tale when he tore his oxygen e
., along with Lt. Jack L. "Pappy" life' August 9, 1949. while on a mask from his face, scratches on t
From, also of VF-171 are two cross-country flight fromCherryPoint his back and a slight limp, received -
charter members of the most N. C., to NAAS Cecil as he was ejected from
exclusive club in the world to- Field. "Pappy" is still taking the falling plane. ..
day. Few but very few. pilots treatments at the Naval Hos- s
have had the experience of being pital for injuries he received HE WAS ON a ferrying mis- ;, ...

jettisoned out of an airplane from the jolt of being thrown sion and was within radio rangeof .4r
traveling over 600 miles an from his dying ship. NAS when his ship developed i
hour and lived to tell about it. Although Fruin said "The trouble. Listed as structural
i It is believed in fact, that whole thing is something I am failure, to onlookers on the
I :' there have only been three or not anxious to go through again ground it seemed like tremendous -
t four such emergencies recordedin anytime soon," it was a beau- explosions: as the Banshee '' A
aviation. The amazing coincidence tiful F2H-2 Bansee with tore itself apart under high ten -
is that the only two "Pappy's" name painted dis- REPORT FOR DUTY:'Helen L.: Dimsdale, left, yeoman; second
known in Naval aviation hap- tinctly on the aide that was be- sion.When the "jet" went out of class and Joan J. Carnibucci, yeoman first class, check in with
control and started into snap I, ComFairJax personnel officer Lt. Roy C. Gourgues, as they report
rolls, Tate realized a forced for assignment.with the staff The two are the first WAVES to be
landing was impossible and it assigned to ComFairJax.

was either jump or go down

I j : .b with the plane. Fleet Air Jax Acquires Its
i ra tilpgetg After difficulty in getting the ,

i canopy opened preparatory to .,
escaping, the 27-year-old aviator First Two Waves For Duty
found he could onlv get one hand

I up to pull the oilskin covering I The distaff element has Invaded -. --- -- ----
: that fired the ejection seat. He the here-to-fore strictly I bulletin and l later secretary to the
reached the handle and pulled. I masculine staff of Commander Flag Secretary' .Helen worked In
After it was released he became Fleet Air Jacksonville. I the training department of the administrative
terrified because office.
aRTS nothing hap Reporting aboard for duty last
A pened. "It was' a wonderful I I Joan is a Ravenna, New York
week WAVES Joan J. Carnibucci
feeling to be free," Tate declared girl and prior to entering the .....rv.I .
first class, and Helen L. I
as he pulled the second yeoman ice she attended Ravenna High of
j Dimsdale second class, .
handle and the seat was fired yeoman i School and then worked At the
f clear of the stricken aircraft. I 1 became the first WAVE personnel j YYatert"Net Arsenal, which wan a
iac I to be attached to the staff of Com
fI war plant.
FalrJax.I ,
; FREE FROM the plumeting Helen Is a little closer! to home. .
I A1 plane, Tate figured he fell from I The girl are both "old han l,," She comes from Red Springs
I J JI 2,000 to 5,000 feet before he with almost six years of ser\io In N. C., and attended high qchool
I freed himself from the seat and the WA YES Corps) and have been : there before she shipped in the
managed to pull his rip cord. Although stationed together for five and a Navy.
( I in a semi-conscious con- I half years on the staff of Com- Both girls trained at Hunter College
# ..a. dition, he saw parts of the fall I mander Air Force Atlantic Klo ttin Bronx, New York and Helen
I ing plane and worried as he Norfolk spent additional months in train..
I H: heard the ground explosion and For duty here Joan has been as ing in yeoman school in San Die.
s : g fa the possibility that the wreckage as secretary to the Chiefof go.

[ I might have hit automobiles on Staff while Helen will work In

the beach road. i the general office of ComFairJax. .

The impact of the plane hammering While in Noifolk the Waves
into Atlantic Boulevard were assigned to several I different ,
: I
made a depression of nearly 20 j I types of duty stations. Joan was,
feet square and a foot deep in |Iin turn outgoing mail yeoman,
"t the highway. Aside from the I 1 editor of the general Information
.., .. .
bruises received when thrown -- ------ ---
1 t from his plane, Tate was only
Model Plane
f fit shaken up when his chute landed I Meet HERE AND THERE"You
in a wooded area only a short

distance from the raging wreckage Set At PensacolaThe couldn't loan me ten dollars
I II of his plane.Although ould: you *" ..

I I I Tate is a veteran I 1P50 Dixie Regional Model : "No, but how did you know it?"

r combat pilot of the last war, this I Airplane Meet is scheduled for
I" Alive and well today, thanks to the breakaway ejection seat was the pilot's first jump. He I June 3id and 4th at the Naval I "You look sweet enough to eat,"
which he tenderly looks upon Lt. Hugh J. Tate of Fighter Squad had only one comment when a I Auxiliary Air Station, Corry he whispered soft and low. .
1"1 ron 171 is back to work save for a few scratches and a lame leg. reporter asked him about the I Field, Pensacola Fla. "I am," she said hungrily.
Tate was forced to use the seat when his jet encountered structural possibility of flying again,."I'll I This i "Where do you want to go?"
an Academy rtt Model
trouble be flying again next week." '
Aeronautics ; peI'
.. I sanctioned meet I "
--- ----- "I guess I've lost another pupil, I
I to all contestants holding, or eligi- | said the professor as his glass .
Yeah! ble to hold a A. M. A. license y .
Air 1 Gets rolled down the sink
: Group I Atlantic City (AFPS) The A total of $1,275 in savings t:
I bonds are to be awarded as prizes, She: "I don't stand for necking -
1:1' Chamber Commerce warned plus 34 trophies. There is no I I !" '

II[ residents, "Without visitors there entrance fee. Registration for June He: "You don't?"
New Commander II
I would be no Atlantic City. Persons 3 classes closes 1300 Saturday I She: "No, standing makes/ m.
who lack the intelligence or I while legislation for June 4 tired!"
events close 1230 Sunday. I -- r
Comdr. William F. desire to realize this should avoid
manders in action. The old skip I Interested persons may contact I II Landlord: "I'm going to raise ,: ..
relieved of }his command contact with our visitors. Never "
was the Public Information your rent.
F, per of Air Group One became the I Office,
i commanding officer of Observa argue with visitor and alwayssay 'NAAS Corry Field, Pensacola, Tenant: "I'm glad of that, because
Wednesday tion Fighter Squadron One which, "Yes... air' instead of 'Yeah''" Fla. I can't raise it."

tis at of during tours of duty aboard three -- --
Kelly, a change command
carriers participated in the Inva- I "My father was a bank robber;
ceremony outside the sion of Southern France, the Phil my sister is a shoplifter, : my old
Air Group's hangar. ippines, Iwo Jima and Okinawa. est brother was hung; and I have
I I a brother in Harvard Medical Col.
Comdr. Bringle who has had I Comdr. Kelly was Assistant Air lege."
command of the Air Group since Officer aboard the famous carrier ,
1948, has been ordered to the U S. US.S. Franklin which participated I "Do you mean to tell me out of
Naval Academy as aide to Vice in' various campaigns in the a family of that kind, you have a _
Admiral W. brother who is a student in the
Harry Hill Academy Pacific and which suffered such "
Harvard Medical ?
superintendent. heavy damage by Japanese Kamikaze College
Comdr. Kelly, former commandIng planes in the later stages of "I didn't say my brother is a
student ,,... ..
officer of VF-174 left his the push toward the Japanese I of the Harvard Medical ., .
squadron) aboard the U.SS Roosevelt homeland. College He's just there-they have
him in a little bottle of alcohol.) "
in Carrlbean waters and flew
| In pout war duty stations,

back fighter to to Jacksonville assume command in his Corsair of the Comdr. Bringle was at the U. SA: "Do fish perspire?"
Academy and Comdr. S'I Chief: "Sure they do. Whaddayou
Air Group. H--
was attached to the staff of ; think makes the .sea salty?"
Both commanders are graduates mander Carrier Division 24

t f the Naval Academy class) of i 1 later as training officer on the I Sailor in restaurant: "Where's
937 and both of them received staff of Chief of Naval Air Technical the menu?"
their, wings at Pensacola in 1940. I Training Command at Memphis -
Wyg9; I Waiter: "All the way in the
Comdr. Bringle spent two years ', Tennessee. 6 back, second door to the left."
aboard the carrier U.SS. Saratoga -- -
prior to going to Pensacola for Free Giants Games let Mess Cook; : "Looks like rain '
flight training while the new"sklpper" $ today, doesn't it ?"
of Air Group One served For All Servicemen 2nd Mess Cook "Yeah, but it
his two years of required sea dutyon | New York (AFPS)-The New l r smells like coffee."
tile U.S.S. Arizona before becoming York Giants Baseball Club has

r a Naval aviator, 'I extended again the privilege of Judge: "Do you mean to tell me .
Fine Record free admission to servicemen in '
that you killed this poor old ,
After Pensacola Comdr. Bringle I uniform for all home games dur- woman for the paltry sum of three '
\ served as senior aviator aboard ing the 1950 season. Service personnel I dollars?"

the cruiser Milwaukee and on the [ must show an identification Murderer'(011: you know howIt
staff of Commander Cruiser Division card, and a pass or liberty Is, yer Honor, free smackers
Two. Comdr Kelly was j I card. The free admission is ex- ,there and fiee ,f>ma<'kers dere -it
assigned tours of duty with VF-3 tended only to active duty personnel soon adds up."
and VF-5, followed by duty as and does not apply to
fighter pilot instructor and officer I ROTC students or members of reserve "I. want to buy; a bottle of r; .-;r
in charge'of fighter units with components.St. VIDEO-TEI.EPIIONE-TI1ty: are really going far with this whiskey."

the Advanced Carrier Training ---- television idea. WAC Pfc. Dorothy J. Burris, Seattle, Wash., is in "Can't do it. We sell liquor only
Group Atlantic Fleet and Opera Peter: 'How did you get to earnest conversation with Cpl. James Rhoads, Centralia, Pa., whom for medical purposes."
tional TrainingCommand.. Heaven ?" she can see. This action is part of vld>o-telephone exhibit displayed That's what 1 want It for. This
I World War II found both com Man: "Flu." v at Fort Monmouth, N. J., during j Armed Force week. town gives me a pain!*' t

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-= 1 June 1950 JAX AIR NEWS, Page Five

.., j jj jI I New School In Offing


j Z Sra Lt. Freeman Relinquishes Command Y


Of Fleet Airborne Electronics Unit ..1.1"You've

-- --- -- ------ ---
been a fine bunch to
of It We should have a good
work with and I know I'm turn-
ing over a good working crew to school! "j(1:
A former employee of Public your new chief," were Lt John K. With these few words, a person- '
Works was found roaming aimlessly Freeman's words as he relinquished nel Inspection and farewells
around Bldg. 103 one day his command as officer- FATU's leadership shifted, while
Jut week\ apparently lost. Upon I in-charge of Fleet Airborne Elec- I plans for the new school moved ',j
being asked for whom he was I ,i!; into high gear. '
tronics Training Unit Detachment J
and t _____________
looking he gazed wildly wasbarely Two at a brief but impressive'
heard to mutter, "Wha ceremony last Friday.
Hoppen ?" ') Lt Freeman has been orderedto Tricky QuickyAn
We could well understand what the General Line School, New-
his trouble was because there have port, R. I., for training and was express train left New
11 been vast physical changes made'in sGXLAdk relieved by Lcdr. Lawrence W. York for Washington, D. C., at
the plant of the Maintenance Di- ,.. Bunce who will be officer in the same time that a local left
vision in recent months, which ,' \. charge of FATU 'and the new Washington for New York The
.. have made working conditions *c Aviation Electrcian's Mate Main- express averaged 60 miles an
much better to everyone in the division ,.. .. tenance Training School, now being hour and the local 30 miles per
Morale, while already very r: .". < organized.In hour When they passed each
high, has reached an additional 'N':;" ,N' .TiCiiANGE assuming his new duties other, which train was nearer
high peak among the entire per- i Comdr. Bunce said, "I know you New York. j I have turned out some good wotli Answer Next Week
White Mxtc would not permit us m .,. ., ''I and with the men I brought with. (Answer to last l week's
1o enumerate all of the Improvements I OF COMMAND. John K. Freeman, right, turns I me, plus the men who were here,, Tricky Quicky: It took 5,040
that hate been made, weHill over his post as officer-in-charge of Fleet Airborne Electronics: we're going to continue to do BO meals (7x6x5x4x3x2),
\ try to list some of the outstanding Training Unit, Detachment Two (FaeTuLant) to his successor ; Myself, I consider this choice duty 'iI
thing that have been ac- I Lcdr. Lawrence W. Bunce, left. Lt. Freeman has been transferred and we're going to make the I I i
oiiipllhhed. These improvements I to General Line School. I Joint Maneuvers' '
mean' an Increased. efficiency to
... the department and the illation asa

First whole., an entire new structure I Yokum Descendent ((1)) ObjectsTo bt'stJ In Future To Be

has Bldgs.building.been 103 This errected and new 136 building Into which one is huge joins de- "Imposter" Stealing RoleDear c. \\ -:t:----J More Diversified

signed for a modern and adequate Editor: ] Washington (AFPS) Future
... storeroom. Operated by the Sup- I cry "imposter" in regards to your article "LI'1 Abner Discovered ....,.; ,i\1;\: maneuvers and exercises being
ply Department, in cooperationwith i aboard NAS" on page eight of the May 18 edition of -. .. .-.... ... planned by the Defense Department -

the Public Works, it is easily the Jax Air News. I can't help it if you too ue will be so diversified as to
' accessable to any employee working My great-great-grandfather, thrice-iemoved. is the original carrying your hat to an early I I provide instruction in warfare
in any part of the plant.A he died the after he his 76th '
Ll'l Abner Yoakum and day ran grave. I was shocked the other over terrain ranging from steam-
worker may go to one place to Sadie Hawkins Day lace He finally lost the race- Daisy Mae'awheelchair day when Doc Sawbones sat across : Ing tropic jungles to frozen Arctic
draw any and all supplies which 1 was faster than his! his desk and told me that my 75 wastes. ,
.. he may need to carry on his work Since then the Yoakum family has migrated to Adrian, I pounds over-weight fat that I'm I One exercise,. tentatively
__ without having to visit half a I Mich., where I was born. Enclosed you will find a genuine copy carrying would cost' me 18 yearsof scheduled for next January and
dozen different storerooms. This I of an imitation of UI 1 Abner's!! will, expertly done by a forger. my life. February, will hate the problem -
one central storeroom Is mannedby I Seriously though. I wish Schroeder success in his role of my Now I am 34 years old, so I of establishing jungle air-
a. crew of employees who know "ancestors." 'should live to be 68, as figured by head in the Panama Canal
their job and are able to Issue the Signed: JOHN I* YOAKUM, FAN :standaid life tables. Sixtyeightminus /one.

supplies which are always kept 18 is SO. That's only 16 A repetition or variation, of
on hand. The time not \ lost in I left time to "
I ma\ly years a long pay "Exercise Swarmer, recently
drawing supplies has been reducedto NARTU Organizes Holders Should taxes but it grieves me to think I completed airlift opeiatlon, in -
an absolute minimum that I will never collect my old North Carolina, is scheduled for
It should lx pointed out here Model AviationNARTU's age pension. I next year also.
. that when the new building wan Convert NSLI ; Doc figured It this say: Subtract I Also planned It a series of
: :;
completed, the! Bureau withdrew I one year for the first 10 "orientation touifi" which' will
the old number 136 and three building Into the ''liP Aviation Club held its first model From 5-Yr Term the third 10 pounds 2 more for junkets to Alaska" the Aleutians -
under No. 11)3 aircraft meet last week on the fourth, 3 for the fifth, 3 for I Canada, Greenland,
By combining all the storeroomsinto parade grounds on Yorktown avenue j At the earliest date consistentwith the sixth' 4 for the seventh and 2 rador, and Newfoundland.Next .
models entered
one central space, a great with seven income readjustment vet- for half of the eighth. That' a : year's version of "Exer
amount of space formally consumed the competition. erans and servicemen should convert total of 18 years ,, cIse Swarmer" will involve pit-
by" the many small storerooms, I The new organization, whose officers their five-year term Insuranceto i My heart will get tired workingso ting the 11th end 82nd Airborne
was left available for use by the include Arnold Trent, one of the six available permanent hard during the day carrying Divisions, which participated: in
various operating shops. This [ADCA; William Harville AD2, plans of National Service around my excess 75 pounds. It this year's maneuvers!, against
., space has now been allotted in a and Claude Oliver, BM3, is attempting -I Life Insurance the Veterans Administration will be unable to rest at night because I each other for possession of an
well planned manner to the various to arouse interest in the has announced. I it has to pump blood objective desirable to both.
shops that work can now be I fast spreading sport of model I There are several other advantages through the miles and miles of vessels I 1
moved very rapidly due to Increased building among NARTU station such as cash, loan, and paid. : needed to carry through layers -
working space. These spaces are keepers. ,I up values, after the first year of fat before it supplies vital
, now well lighted and ventilated I I The first meet was considered a Loans may be made at a low interest organs. So I am to die peace
also contributes to the comfort of' practice session with no prizes t rate.) When converted, the fully!
the employee Further, It makes awarded. Only one casualty was I insurance remains NSLI. It cannot I I I have never heard anyone talk
for greater efficiency. 'repotted and that was a model be converted to a commerciallife I to me like that I've decided thatit
We will carry the story of the I i P-47 built by Comdr. Francis E. I insurance company policy the is my body and my 18 years? 2
individual shops of what they do Schrader, NARTU senior type V'A pointed out. I! the fat is stealing, so I expect to
and who the employees are. Also training officer. I Extended insurance is automatic I I get most of it back.
from time to time we will try tb I'I Models of the type being flown after three months. The veterans I II i You watch me- -I've got strong
bring out any outstanding con by the NARTU club have been I Administration further reports .' arms, so I will shove away from I
individual 130 miles that if a 30 pay life policy tiestied the table early. I won't eat '
tributions of the employees I clocked as fast as per? I IJCI I
of the Maintenance Di- hour. at age 25)) Is lapsed for nonpayment I tween meals. I will increase my
< vision. of premium after it has lung capacity so I. can burn up ,,
I been in force ten years, the policyholder : the fat instead of storing it. I will
-- ---- --- -- ---
. "Doing anything Saturday is protected for 18 yearsand I let my wife learn some diet management -
"Pappa, vat is science 1""Nope 242 days longer, unless one of Just watch my .rood .
"My, how could you be so dumb!
the above values has been appliedfor. bill end
go down 10 per cent by
Science is does vat No
things say: A '
diminishing cash value Is'
?" efficiency go up 20 per cent.
"Could I
Smoking use your soap
available I
-- during this period Of extension signed: 1'an'tIlelpILWar
---- ---- -- -- -
Rulers<< E,II h III(1 e

Generally it is not advisable to College Students
purchase high premium insuranceuntil

I the family Is adequately nro- I ro Study U. S. Status I
tected by a lower premium of per-
manent insurance for the full
I Newport R. I.. (AFFS) During i
amount available, which is $10,000.In .
most cases, veterans going to the second annual roundtable dis- II
'school or taking{ On The-Job cussion at the NavalVar College -i ia
Training under the Q. I. Bill, |!_. June 5-9 -- 250 officer-students I
# t whose incomes are not established I from' all branches of the Armed
are well advised to maintain the'' Forces will discuss problems confronting :
term insurance until completion of the United States as a

I school. or training. world power.

I 3 Caballeros, Shine At CPO Club I II

I Something new and pleasing in
the way of entertainment has been the barracks during off duty
i' added to the Chief Petty Officers- : hours. Time spent In entertaining '
I Club on Sunday nights and the :' their shipmates paid off and
patrons are crying "magnifico." I II I'soon the threesome found they had '
The "Three Caballeros," a trio of a right combination. As you jive-
I musically talented enlisted men 'Asters would say, they're all "reet." i j
I from ComFairJax have been in-I As is the case with many talented -
: stalled as the Sunday night,favor- I men of the Navy, the Three
ites of the chiefs, their wives and I Caballeros have had little formal (
their guestswho do their weekending training or schooling in music.

j >iit'tlijjfcluVWith ; ;j I Joe Spano broke into the game
\ JoeT.S panoC YNSN, carry. with a job in Phil Marlow's or-
/ ;:his accordion and chestra in Niles. Ohio before he
sustainedbYJ&, West, PN3, and shipped In the Navy, while West ,
,hla' drurns, 'ManuelMiranda SD2 "beat the Mdns" in the Navy band --- -- --
I fills"In": neatly/with'" his renditiOns.. in Argentia, Newfoundland while I SELLS INSURANCE Well
, MUSIC, l\IUSIC-Chids 'and (their wives and friends who relaxat of the .latest popular stationed there, Miranda is a ver- in a way she does help to sell
the CPO club Sunday nights are raving about the swiney tempos listening .mad dancing. pleasure of satile performer either on the insurance, since she Is''the official -
of the Three Caballcroes whose Samba and Rhumba specialties area the.."CPO'*.- y*;n">, trombone or at vocalizing He baa Miss NSLI., She's Marjorie -
; ;..ftetfTrainedTheb been a favorite at many variety I Davis of Panama City, Fla.
treat. Jay West, PN3, beats the skins, Manuel Miranda, SD%. does I .
I the 'vocalizing: and Joe Spanot YNSN, carries the,melody! with bas y a 'ftftt formed their trio smokers and talent shows during one of this year's crop of Florida
.. accordion. pia "" tits heck .9f It" his Navy career. poster .girls.I' .
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Bill Hulsey. one of Coach Don '.backfield, : aces on

the Air Station-eleven last season, may be wearing a college e 1!
5 uniform before many months. t\\

Hulsey, who missed several games last season because V r.S.
4'' of a broken leg he received at Fort Benning, has been offereda

a, scholarship to Baylor University. His hitch in the Navy

;i is almost up, and four years at college football may produce .
ti startling results.

George Sauer, head coach at Baylor this year, first rec- ........,. .--.---.. ..-. "'--.I.!!:.......,.; ----,. -- .......
t'1 ognized Hulsey as a potential big-time footballer when the TOP INTRA-MURALERS of the top contenders for honors In the American League of '
Texas-born lad was playing for Memphis Navy in 1948. intra-mural Softball competition is the Ordnance and Gunnery squad. Members of the team include
I" the Naval eleven. front row, left to right, McVey, Dick Crowell, Ken Dunn, Joe Smithson, John Gerard, Walt I
Sauer at that time Academy
was piloting Hammac and Herb Pistole. Back row, left to right, Clyde Turk, Frank Rusch, James Lence, Clifford
May Be Another Hunsinger Reed, Wallace Norton, Gene Ford and Frank Stewart, coach.

If Hulsey goes to Baylor and makes the grade, he may
be as successful as Charlie Hunsinger, the well-known Uni- Skeetmen Finish SecondIn Golfers Drub -

:versity of Florida star who recently signed a contract with I
the Chicago Bears professional club. Hunsinger played on PI Combine

the NAS juggernaut in 1945 before going to the university. 4
Football isn't the only sport that boasts former NAS Mid-Southern ShootFiring Jax-Navy's links squad record.

athletes in its professional ranks. ed its seventh win in twelve

Billy DeMars, shortstop for the St. Louis Browns, played a 480x500 score in the first annual Mid-Southern matches by downing Parris Island .

for: Buffalo of the International League last year and batted Service Skeet shoot held at the Naval Air Station, Memphis, 35-13 layout on last the Thursday.The latter team'shome .
.278 through the He batting at a .400 clip when last
season. was Friday, Jax-Navy's triggermen placed second behind locals will attempt to defeat
he played here in 1946. The Brooklyn-raised ball player was the highly-touted Norfolk NAS team. Guantanamo Bay for the ,"
discharged near the end of the 1946 season and started his third time when they battle the *
climb in organized ball with Fort Worth, a Dodgerownedclub. The Norfolk five fired a phenomenal squads. Gitmo team at Cuba June 10th.
494, missing only six
<< The next scheduled meet on the Bill Foulk paced the locals to
to the MidSouthern
targets capture
crown. local shooters' agenda is the their victory over Parris Island
Played on Basketball Team Goergia State Open Saturday aft- last week by banging out a low .
Roy Gibson and Bill Teets of
June 3. 71 on the par 72 course. lie was
Both DeMars and Hunsinger were versatile sportsmenand ernoon
the Norfolk squad tied for individual i followed local divotdiggerLeo
while here they also bolstered the NAS basketball team. high gun honors with per- Other tournaments the NAS Marchel by who scored a fine
The pair played together on the court in 1915 and while fect tallies of 100x100. triggermen will enter in the near 74-
future are the Great Eastern .
Hunsinger left, DeMars starred on the local five again in Herb Pistole paced the Jax- Championship at Lordship, Conn., Scores of other Jax-Navy team -
1946. Both men played at guard. DeMars was noted for Navy team to second place by June 16; and the Jacksonville members in the meet were as follows
missing only one target out of later this month. : Bill McWilliams, 76; Joe<
his deadly set shot and held a 15-point average through most Open
Hill, 79 Wright North, 79 Bob
of the 1916 season. Both were virtually unknown before 100.Six teams from the Jackson- Scores in the Mid-Southern Thiel 80; : Bob Taylor, 80;; Chet
ville area were entered in the meet were as follows: Jax-Navy .
coming to Jacksonville.Hulsey 80 Glenn Barnes. 81
i Briggs, ; ;
No. 1 Pistole 99 Pendergras 98
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on the other hand, sticks mainly to football. Of meet.outfits Four and were couldn't newly match organized the- Arthur 96, Eddington 96, and Gal- Charles Drumwright, 83; and Vic
s course, he has played other sports, but not enough to excelin accuracy of the older aggrega litano 93. Marines-Dristle 74, Middleton, 84.
them. tions. i Wright/. 76, Baldridge 83, Deshek -
Local Marine shooters brought 84, Hendry 85. Jax-Navy. 2- Bob Lemon of the Cleveland
A Pitcher Has Some Rights down 392 clay birds, FASron Six Myers 91, Barleon 83, Helms 91, Indians led American League
Hank Greenberg general of the Cleveland In- picked off 409, FASron 109 McElroy 95, and Howell 96. FAS pitchers in assists during the
manager 1949 He handled a totalof
knocked down 383 targets and ron Six-Bellfly 82, Norton 80, season.
dians, placed responsibility for the slow-down of baseball balls. .
the NARTU team garnered 446 McKnight 83, Caralari 90, Roux 71 batted
squarely on the moundsmen, according to an article in the clays. Jax-Navy's Number Two 74. NARTU-Lagasse 89, Kincade
Sporting News last week. squad scored 466. 91, Ferguson 85, Touchton 95, Sarah Palfrey Cooke, one of
All but the NARTU and NAS Tausch 86. FASron 109-Elison the leading women's tennis play.
be it from us to criticize anyone's judgment or opin-
84, Bishop 79, Criswell 72, Drape ers for over a decade, has won
No. 2 teams were shooting for
ions; but there's no law against expressing your own in favorof the first time in team competition. 73, Ready 75. I lor shared 39 national titles. -

the accused. Observers at the tourna-
Greenberg claimed that spectator interest was lessening ment' were amazed at the close Almost Anyone Can Enjoy Golf
because games were being delayed too much and the fans firing of the newly-organized 9

were becoming restless. That is true, to a certain extent,

but the pitcher shouldn't get most of the blame. Why not What Club Was Need A Rugged VocabularyNow
iron out every wrinkle instead of doing just a half-way job.
It's apparent that a baseball game revolves around the Never Last? that summer is here, divot-diggers flocking to the golf '
courses throughout the nation total almost three times the num. #
pitcher. He is the main in the aggregation.
ber that played the sport four years ago. Undoubtedly, the peo-
We will admit, 'last week'sSports oversized matchstick at a ball the
Umpires Aren't Free of Blame ple must enjoy swinging an
Quiz was a toughy. is the main
size of a half-dollar. It has been proved that practice
:Almost any pitcher can play the infield or outfield, but Since everyone does not have factor in many sports, and the same goes in golf. But, one must
very few outfielders or infielders can pitch a good game. access to official sports period- become an amateur before advancing to higher ranks and the rl
Why shouldn't pitchers be pampered to a certain degree. icals, research necessary in following story well-penned by Jim Becker, an Associated Press:
the is diffi-
answer question Newsfeatures Sports writer, explains the sport in a simple, yet
Most of the burden is on his shoulders, especially when a few
mis-plays by his team mates put men on base. Of course, cult.There was not one correct interesting Becker way.writes:

there's a limit to a pitcher's freedom, and that's where the answer to last week's query Anyone can enjoy golf. All you need are 14 expensive clubs,
little men in the black suits fit in. "How much money did Babe a bag to carry them in, balls to hit special spiked shoes, a com-
Ruth draw in total salary for
of clothes the long-suffering patience of Job and a
If a pitcher is allowed to take .eight or ten warm-up his 22 years in the major lea. Missouri muleskinner's vocabulary. '
tosses he won't complain about it. The umpire has the rightto gues? what was his highest A golf course has 18 holes. This figure was chosen in Scotland .
let him throw only four pitches and then yell "play ball". yearly salary? where the game got its start. A native accustomed to a
is the The answer is: Babe Ruth nip tee discovered there were just 18 good gulps in a bottle.Can.t .
His job to keep game moving as rapidly as possible. drew $879,000 for 22 years in per
Count Above Six
How many fans have watched other players on either the majors. This does not in. You begin by placing the ball on the tee and hitting it. This ."
the offensive or defensive side slow up a game by some triv- elude exhibitions, just salary. continues until the ball is in the cup which is not quite large
ial action which could have been left out? It happens in lie received $80,000 in 1930 enough to hold it. The player with the lowest total of strokes

every game. Did the Jatter have to step out of the box and and Th'week's 1931. Sports Quiz wins.There
to count the A few
are several score. golfers
knock dirt from his ?
pretend to spikes question is: count each stroke as "OneThese are known as "Pros." In other
"Whh: : major league team circles many otherwise intelligent players cannot count above
The Blame Can Re Scattered .
never finished,In last place "six."
When a catcher is the last man to bat in an inning, he Bring your, anwer e Rigid rules of etiquette are observed. It is ppor form to
has to put his gear on and usually takes plenty of time. Jax Air News oUIcCt, ;room 125, throw the club at other players after a bad shot. Kicking the ball
Batters spend plenty of precious minutes arguing fruitlessly in the main:administration out of the rough also is frowned upon especially if any one elseis

with an umpire that's afraid to tell them to shut up. But 8184 building or 216.or .phineVextension VS "* ., fuse The other rules arc incidental and would only con.

very seldom does a pitcher run up to the plate and challenge Amnesia is the occupational disease of tho players. Thus a
the umpire's decision. Some batters take time to dig a hole : Bob Zuppke, former' coach of doddering round of 122. during which the golfer visited wilderness r.
in the batters' box and the next man* has to fill it up. : the University of Illinois., was an never b fore seen by man, becomes a blistering 86 in the re
I artist on the ridironand now is telling. In this mood, drives that bounded off four trees before
With the present balk rulo and its 13 provisions, a pitch the same off. Retired, he has coming to rest in a distant barnyard, were fairwaysplittingscreamers.
er can hardly move a muscle without: having a balk called. I gained fame from the paintings .
You can't please everyone. that coma from\ fib.'-eaHL, Come on now, you golfers. admit ill! "Ain't it the truth?"
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.... by The,some New to York repeat'as Yankees picked World l4 Defeating Cecil Field 2-0 the fast-stepping NAS varsity, i

Champions again this year came softball team captured the first round crown of the City]

out with a 25-man season roster Softball League last Friday evening. The second round was

listing only eight pitchers the F Y, slated to open last night with the locals battling Sargent F\
smallest staff in the majors. Oth- M .o
Seat Covers at Lackawanna Park.
er clubs have nine, ten and eleven ;

while the St. Louis Browns At one time boasting: a six- The local nine split a pair of .

have an even* dozen* moundsmen. ft R A?N< game winning streak to star undefeated practice tilts with the Green Cove ]
,'ri 4 t, through the early! part of softball nine last week. The locals !
If it weren't for the St. Louis
.<.' the tournament the local nine won a nine-inning tilt at '
,. Cardinals, Joe Hatten, Brooklyn'sveteran .': chalked up wins over every other Green Cove, 9-7' then dropped a j
... lefthanded flinger, would 4! aggregation in the league, losing eight Inning encounter on the .
be holding a lifetime pitching >>,, only to the Sargent Seat Cover Power Plant diamond, 4-3. ,;
record that would rank in the sen- ,i
( nine.* The NAS team's final first
Sam Alexander and Ed Bucher-
sational bracket. The heralded
> round slate was 9-1. ich allowed only five hits between
Dodger has lost ten games to the K- :/iJ
t : : r The locals took the first game them in the .first game against
Cardinals, winning only five up to :,."., ,. .. .. "; ,.. I
from nine0 and
this year. Against the other six ." ,,,,-, ,, M. teams, he has won 52 and lost 27. copped tho second fror.i Happy's safeties off opposing moundsmanCarl
.. H; 6F07Y f } Sport Center 2-1. Sargent finished Holder with Charlie Tibbet

Sam Jethroe, the Boston Brav&rookie \'4. 5lch+y<'k i ...: :;{? 5* pG .y>v ;.Vky'i:ar' : runrer-up third victory in the was first a 9-2 round.triumphover The garnering two in five trips.A .

(centerflelder Is living up ,...A'--.s3k'-. .< ...- . and neat base-running broke 7-7
. to the expectations of the club of- a
ficials. lie received a hike In pay SAFE SLIDE-Security's James Hendry Is safe at home as the val Motors then fell before the local tie and gave the, locals two runs,
recently "for a Job well done." The ball squirts away from NARTU catcher Nick Carlos in an intra- team's onslaught 2-1. Victory in the top of the ninth. Bucherichsat
exact wary he now draws hasn't mural fray. Security won the tilt 10-7 to take over second spot in number five was recorded when the Green Covers down in order
been announced. the National League. NAS topped Cecil Field 4-1 and in their half of the inning.
after winning over the NAS Civil The second game was tied 3-3
J. G. Taylor Spink, publisher of ians 7-3, the local softballers suffered going into the top of the eighth
Action Terminates In 2-1 setback at the hands
Sporting News and global com- Today Spring of a when Green Cove's Al Snyder sin-
missioner of the National Baseball Sargent. gled and came home on a double

I Congress, flew to Japan the latter Medal Golf HereWith Bucherich Hurls Win I by Joe Corriero. Two fly balls
part of May to complete arrange- Cup Competition Wins over Happy's 5-2, C.W.A., and a grounder was all the locals
ments for an interhemispherebaseball 14-4, and Cecil Field, 2-0, enabledthe could garner in their half of the

series to be played in action in the Spring Cup tally of 198. NAS varsity squad to cinch eighth. .,

Tokyo next September. Medal play tournament slated to In the Class Two ladies divis- the first round crown. .. ...
According to a story In The close today Glenn Barnes is ion, Dall Russell is on top witha In the title-cincher against Ce- (!FY ? L_ =.:r.rJHQ C=CCtJi <

Sporting News, the series will holding a !slight lead in the ClassA net 149 while Frances Dentonis cil Field, Ed Bucherich hurled
. match the No. 1 team in the an- Group with a net score of 139. second .with a 154 card for the neat three-hit ball while'local" 'H
. nual national tournament at Close behind Barnes for honorsin two rounds. Navy batsmen collected only two
Wichita, Kan., against the winnerof the first class is Sam Horton Lois safeties off Cecil's Obie Aaron.
Gingrich has almost cinched -
the national -
tournament in with a net 140. first place in the Third class Frank Stewart walked, went to h
If "
Tokyo.the full necessary the series will Barnes scored a 77 on the first with a net 132. The leading lady second on a wild pitch and scored Ji '-- r. CH
go Wichita seven-game limit. The round and a 76 on the second fora golfer came in with a 232, but the first run when Charlie Tibbet .... .'<: .-::: s i!
meet will begin August I t'J' ......_. ..
18. Success of the intuhemisIphere gross score of 153. He carrieda made good use of a 100 handicap. doubled in the first inning. The ...jfX ..L.jt.. .. r-jr r..-.. xvvyit'
series total tournament handicap of Hazel Hirst is second in the final second score came in the follow-
nations entering may result a world-wide in other I 14. Horton scored a gross 160, but division with a net 158. ing inning when Ray Hale reached During the recent Spring Cup
.. series. carried a handicap of 20, ten on first on an error by Cecil short- Medal tournament, a great num-
Joe each round. SPOUTS SHOUTS stop Bill Gladieux, went to sec- ber of the participants found the
Jersey Walcott took ten-
founder from German Heavyweight a Frank Lusk and Ray Sampsonare Eddie Shore in 19 years of pro ond on a fielder's choice, and came island 11th hole more than justa
Champion Hein Ten Hoffat deadlocked for Class Two hockey had 978 stitches taken for home on another error. nightmarish dream.A .

Mannheim, Germany, last \\" honors, both boasting net scores injuries. He broke his back, hip, Frank Girardeau garnered the number of players had double
tnd. k-I of 136. The two golfers had hand- nose 14 times, and collarbone, had only other hit in the game, a line figures on the bole. Shirley Rixcy
- Ten Hoff used a long reach to icaps of 16 for each eighteen almost every tooth knocked out, single in the ninth. Only three struck it rough on the eleventh
hold Walcott at a distance, but the holes, and scored a gross 168 in suffered when both eyeballs were I Cecil Field runners reached sec- both times she toured the coursein
able American fisticuffcr handed I the two rounds of play. split open and had his left ear ond base.Tigers. the tournament and came up
him a broken nose in the first John Paclazzi is leading Char- torn almost off. ---------- ----- with a pair of 12's. Dale Conner
round and lie Miller by two strokes in the Beaten 12-6 who held the lowest handicap in
bleeding consistently proboscis throughout pesteredthe I Class Three Group. Paclazzi scor- Beverly Baker, the 19-year-old the ladies division, emerged from
the bout. Walcott tipped the scalesat ed a gross of 179 but a handicapof Santa Monica tennis star, has no the island green with a 11.
190 against Ten Hoff's 219 40 gave him 139. Miller who backhand. She swats a ball hit to By Howard AcademyThe However, just to prove that all
pounds. came up with a gross score of her with a right-hand stroke, isn't bad, Michael George, a 32
175 has a 141 net score. balls to her left with a left-hand I NAS Tiger baseballers suf- handicap holder, registered a
Well known Frank In Class Four, Red Cranston forehand. This ambidextrous fered their fourth setback at the birdie and a par on the same
Stranahan captured divot-dipger the British fired a 197 for a net of 125, lowestnet system once earned Beverly a No. hands of the Howard Academynine hole.New
'. Amateur Golf score in the tournament to 5 national rating among girls. in a 12-6 error-packed tus- : faces seen around the golf
. last
week. The I date. He had a handicap of 72. sle at Ocala, Fla., last week. course of late include those of
defeated Dick smooth-stroking golfer Michael George is second in the Way back in 1906 footballs had Brownie Long scattered 13 hits Lcdr. and Mrs. Clem Connally:
8 and 6
in the final match.Chapman Stranahan Fourth division with a net 132. straps attached to the top and over the nine-inning route whileon and CO.l1dr. and Mrs. "Dopey'
also the I Shirley Rixey banged out a 98 running backs carried the ball the mound for the Navy nine, Clark.
I won 1948.
crown and a 92 on her two tours over like a handbag. but,numerous errors in the sev- NAS Public Works personnel
--x- the course and came up with a enth frame allowed the Academyteam teamed up against a group from
net 154 in the Class One divisionfor Though Chuck Medick is blind, to come from behind and the Administrative Office at
Fast Play In Women. Olive Blythe, how he is a prominent table tennis ice the fray. Green Cove last week-end. The
ever, tied Rixey's 154 after usinga referee. He calls the shots by The Tigers' season record is PW group emerged winners as
.. 44 handicap to cut down a gross ear now four wins and five losses. I Lt. Gerald Busbee scored a fine

Table TennisDoublesMeet 83 to lead the field. __ u_____ _
keep your golf course clean by
putting waste in the trash containers .
d and not on the course
Three couples moved into the S 454 f fairways. .

quarter-finals of the Stanton Table -V.-

Tennis Doubles tournament last RS GameOfTheDaySchedule
week while another second-round : : h
match was postponed. : RevealedHere
Charlie Tibbet and Ray Hale, : trtt'
who are listed as heavy favorites is the schedule for the
In the tournament because of their week beginning June 1 of Ma-
ability to set up plays for each 4., jor League baseball games to be
ether) with rapid ease, defeated broadcast by Mutual (WJHP-
Acqullla Allen and Al Webber In 1 f S i 1320)).
the second round. In case of cancelled scheduled
The smooth-clicking pair won .; r broadcast a substitute alternate
the first game easily 21-11, then game will be offered.
took the second game 2-16. z Thursday June 1
Jack Duncan and Paul Franke, fi Phila. at Chicago (Nat'I) 133*
triumphed over Owen Williams EST. .
and Hale Lewis in the cnly second Friday June 2
round match played. Ov Chic. at New York (Amer,)-.
d i
Duncan and Franke used hard w 1333 EST.
slams effectively to dispose of Saturday June 3

their opponents 2-18 and 24-22 In .y Cleve. at Boston. "-(Amer.)-
1330 EST. v. ,I "
one of the closest two-game ;
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matches played since the tourna- --- -- -- ------ Monday June 5
ment opened two weeks ago. TIGERS BASEBALLERS-Enjoying their best season in years the Brook. at Chicago .(Nat'l)-.
Jack Duvall and Gene Kidd advanced NAS Tigers boast of a 4-5 slate to date. Team members are, left to right, 1330
Y into the quarter-finals on front row Leon Jones, assistant manager Ned Bush, Bob Lucas Leroy EST.Tuesday, June 6

a bye. Bob Becker and Pete Oley- McDaniels Mayfield Mathews, David James and Billy White. Back, row, Cleve. at New YorkKAmer.. .
nick were slated to meet Dick Carver > Jeft to right, Bill Evans' Bob Ilolston, Bob Smith Brown Long Elgie 1330 EST. ,
:and Jack Lucousky in the Cook, Will Moffett and Vlnce Swindall. Missing from the picture' are Wednesday, June 7
match which was re-scheduled Bob Welch, James Watson and Sylvester Brock. Ensign Harry Farns- Det. at New York (Amer.)-

early\ this week. worth, Inset is coaching the Tigers. 1330 EST.i.J .

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i Take: Time Out For Pleasure _

.f' At Your Station LibraryIf

you have ever had to "sit it out" at the ban acks on a rainy'
;. night, or "hit the sack" when things were quiet, have you eve/
thought of taking a little trip to the station library i "
Open to NAS personnel end --I II
1 their families, the library, located period of two weeks. I Ii d .a$.

t topside of the Navy Exchange: i Handling ihe chores at the popu-
'I 'lar library are Mrs. Margaret
cafeteria, offers literature on almost -
all subjects. J' Clees. librarian; Edward G. Fry,
L PNSN. Fons H. Crosby, SHSN and
E The BRAKY is from
open George L -Mott, GHSN.
0900 until 2000 Monday through
Friday and 1300 until 1700 Saturday 1?
: I
:. and Sunday. Drugs Aid Seasickness ..

i. about 700 to SOO
Frequented by
I i people-a. week the reading room !i But Not A Sure Cure 1 1I .
t has an average loaning circulation
t of r 00 books per week. IncludedIn I Washington (AFPS)-Air Force 5g e-
the collection of literature et |researchers have found four drugs x .
the library are reference books ror !''to combat seasickness, but that _
technical or informative subjects; I| none of them taken alone is the I --
road atlases : answer to airsickness.The '
maps newspapersfrom
\ at least 12 cities: latest fiction II Air Force findings are con-j These lads take It easy as they rest and relax) with a good book at the reading room o; the I
and non-fiction books: classics tamed in a preliminary report recently station library, located topside of the Recreation building.
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old books which still retain issued on experiments conducted -
their popularity, and even a selection with some 1,000 troops ona
\ I
I of cartoon books. Current and two-way crossing of the At CLASSIFIED
back copies of some 100 magazines lantic. '

are kept in the periodical room. I The researchers recommended BULLETINFOR

I' NEW; HOOKS received in the I dramamine and benadryl for surface -
library each week for display: may sickness but said both could SALE
\ be read In the library on reserved i cause takers to be too drowsy to .. t- 5 rm. house. Will sell G.I. equity ..
; for use when ready for circula I pilot a plane. t I II ,h rt $850. R. C Walker 4734 Kings
tion. In addition to I I a bury Ave. Ph. 8-6800.
I the display. -- -- 4 # .
there I h a shelf of recent additions FOR KENT
'41 to the library which are available Navy Nurses Observe 1 1I 7111I Furn. rm. near Five Points Mrs.
I for circulation.By 1 May, Ph. 7-6061. t

I filling out a card, giving full 42nd Anniversary I Will share home with Navy coup-

name, working address and rate. Washington AFPS> The Navy -I j le, between Cumberland and
three books are let out to a borrower Nurses Corps, which grew from a 1 Roosevelt near NAS. Mrs Tay.
or six to a family., for a nucleus of 20 nurses In 1908 to I a09'if t. _t Sr j lor, 1218 Dancy St. Ph. 8-1981. o.
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i more than 11,000 at the peak of u'L Apt., new kitchen equipment.
Plan i World War II, recently celebrated 1 Ethel L. Neil, 2967 Selma St.
Proposed ,j its 52nd birthday. Jax. Ph. 2-6480 after 1600.

Created by an Act of Congress L 2 bdrm. unfurn house, $85 mo.
To Train i YouthWashington on May JS, 1908, the Navy : r j .available June 5. Ph. 8-9862.
Nurse Corp today haM an active
5 rm. unfurn house. $50 month. .
iAFFS The Reserve duty strength of 2,010 registered I I Mrs. Browning, 2924 Spencer
nurses Mho hate commissioned 1 St. Ph. 29705.
Officers Association and the.American ,
Legion have submitted officer Mat j 4 rm. cottage, furn. $42.50 mo.
ti> the Government a plan designed A total of 78 Navy nurses lost On old Orange Park Rd. Mrs.
as a substitute for universal their lives during World War I Arflin, Rt. 4, Box 413A Ph. 2521
military training.The and II. Nine Navy nurses were I Orange Park.
call for cited for outstanding military |, Furn. apt., 2509 Forbes. $70 mo.
plan Hirmmrrtraining services in World War I, and 303 I : George. 2363 Myra St. Ph 7.
12 IS
camps| or I in World War II. I 4738.
weeks duration! OMII| to hlJ1tfII'hool I
Lr Furn. apt. 563 Dcllwood 43.
graduate OH a volunteer 1
hasU.basic These training vamps| '' "suitable,would provide for- Now They Wash : L I 4738.George, 2363 Myra St. Ph. 7-

tsa 5 furn. B. F. Hamilton
rm. apt, ,
Army, Navy or Air Kore (>1''onllf'l. __ _
|11 Duds With Sound I. A iiIW '" V 1!
4615 Merrimac. Ph. 2-0864( or
"' I Peering through the large selection of books on the shelves of 4-3346.

Ten to 15 per cent of the outstanding -i, Melbourne Australia I AFPS) the station library these three will probably find what they are 4 r.n. apt., furn.. B. F. Hamilton.
graduates of these pre I Ever hear of washing clothes with looking for.Germans. 1 4615 lerrimac. Ph. 2-0364 or
liminary courses would receive sound ? 4-3346.
four-year college scholarships at Two Australians have developedan : To Visit U. S. Insurance Soliciting i Furn. 2 bdrm. apt in Avondale.

Schools having: ROTC courses I electrosonic washer.It : Washington (AFPS-The) U S. Banned In Europe $55 mo. Mrs. Deloney, 1602 Pine .

works this way: Clothes, soap State Department plans to bring Frankfurt Germany AFPS) Grove Ave. Ph. 2-1356.
and water are placed in the ma- i Commercial life insurance companies 3 rm. furn. apt., $60 mo. or 4 rm.
chine. The power unitan electro 3,000 Germans to this country have been banned from soliciting apt., $80. Mrs. Barrett. 3223
magnet with no moving parts-- I the next fiscal year to show them policy-holders among Mayflower St.. Ph. 29783.
produces sound waves that agitate democracy at work. I Army personnel in the European Apt. for couple in pvt. home. J.
water and clothes a few thousands ,I The visitors will be mostly' Command. R. Simmons, 5356: KingsburyAve.
of an inch at the rate of 100 timesa West German Government officials I II .
who licensed
second. I teachers editors, legislators, I Five to companies sell insurance had were their I Rms. for rent, share home,
Producers are J. E. Excell and !, labor leaders, students, lawyers permits voided on May 1, the date Hertzman, 3338 Randall St. Ph.
H. J. Jones, Melbourne, Victoria, and agricultural and health ex- the new order became effective.Soldiers 8-9192.
Australia. perts. Furn. or unfurn. apts., downtown
VISIT THE RED SHIELD desiring commercial Insurance & suburban. Howard, Ill
CLUB OVER: BEACH & AIRBUS x policies must make contacts E. Church. Ph. 5-1613J.
STATION through the mail. 3 bdrm. house furn. Mrs. Mertens,
OPEN 0930-2330 DAILY ----- 3018 Roselle St.. Ph. 2-9106.
a 2 bdrm. furn. house, $75 mo. V.
THURSDAY, JUNE 1 Nartu Notes B. Lockridge. 431 Aiken Rd.,
1930-Miniature golf, beautiful Glenlea Park.
course, (Ci>iitlnii d from Page 2) p. I
transportation from Unfurn. 2 bdrm. lower duplex.Mrs. .
club. Jumper, belt loops Instead of
Lischke, 3602 Herschel St.
FRIDAY JUNE 2 lacings in back of trousers, and $80. Call 8-4867 or ext. 8191.
1930-Moonlight haynde and I sleeves similar to white Jumper instead 2 story home, unfurn., 8 rms., 2
watermelon feast. $1 sign up s zt IS i of tight cuffs. The approved baths. Red Ginn, 4806 Kerle? St.
early. changes are those recommendedby Ph. 2-8721.
SATURDAY, JUNE 3 I the men who will wear the uni- MISCELLANEOUS:
OPEN HOUSE-Snack bar jub I I form and will permit them to wear I Middle aged woman will sit with
ilee. Ida is back. 2000-2300, weekly it properly and with greater convenience children at night. Mrs. Hart,
dance. Jerry McNiar and comfort.A 4521 Blount Ave Ph. 8-4924. '
SUNDAY, JUNE 4 distribution plan for the Baby sitter, good references 50'
1000-1200, Java time, home "Weekend Warriors" film has cents hr. Betty Brandies, 2972
made donuts. 1400-Beach party been approved and Reserve stations Collier Jax. Ph. 24778.
box supper, transportation from may expect their film son. Lost. Wallet containing ID, liberty -
club, $1.50 sign up now 1730- Filmed aboard NAS St. Louis, soc. security & driver's license ,..
Vesper music. 1800-Buffet 'sup. NARTU AN AcostJa and the II Neptune Beach. Bond-
per. 1830-2230-television, group USS Cabot, the movie tells the I reaux, 3311 B. Dewey Pk. Ph.
singing, games date time. story of a young "Weekend War- 724..
MONDAY JUNE 5 rior" from his enlistment In the -x-
J930- Singing Wheels Club, USNR through his boot training, : Tien there's the WAVE who always -
transportation from club to air and his cruise aboard the USS I warned her escorts: "Be.
cooled rink. In club, new feature Cabot. The film Is clear for tele i fore going on this date bub,
Amateur Chef Night.TUESDAY vision. It Is timed for 14 minutes there's one thing I want'distinct'
JUNE 6 and 30 seconds'to fit a 15 minute I ly understood. Although I'm a

Jr. hostess program, square TV_period..:. seaman. second, I'm a lady first..:
record rt .
dancing, making, new recorded i
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Broadway shows, hear

new WEDNESDAY hits. JUNE 7 i I Send Your Jax Air t News Home ;

1930-2230 Candlelight club,
I floor show, informal dancing,
double dinner at lead- I
door prize-
I.. restaurant./ FROM:._.._.__...___. PLACE _
Advanced dates for little TWO

black book, June 8, transporta CENT
tion-Fernandina Fiesta. June STAMP
II-All day bus trip-Fernandma
Fiesta. J hostess entry in beau- I, IEC1( ,
tv contest, all features of day TO
: .
Sea food dinner at Log Cabin .

Inn Sign up early I I .
r Club being air conditioned, I -- 4: .
i other Improvements new furnishings READY FOR THAT TRIP-Who ever heard of taking I.trip
in near future. Watch ; without the proper luggage This Navy couple, Chief and Mrs1 -
for reopening of hobby shop'I John M.-Conely. make sure they have suitable luggage before taking I

with instructions. in many typesof I that planned trip, by visiting the Navy Exchange here where.
work. all types' of luggage are available at very reasonable prices. JI

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