Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 7, 1950
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Your Tickets Today For Benefit Baseball Game

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Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville I Commander N aval Air Bases Sixth I Naval District_ and Commander Fleet Air Wing 11IL

: ."." : Cecil Field Placed On

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,> T \O ,Partial Maintenance


s Inactivation Ordered In Feb.

Ik ; \ J Carried Out For Nearby BaseNaval

Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Field, has been placed

on "partialMaintenance" status, effective" July 1, fulfilling

: kIki im cti'. tion orders for the base issued by the Defense Depart'nifnL : -

': hst February..

; Placing of Cecil Field, just 10
miles south of the Naval Air Sta- About 900 Navy personnel wens
tion, on "partial maintenance," stationed at the field when the
inactivation orders arrived in Feb
means that only emergency services !
and repairs will be affected ruary. Since that time there has
and personnel strength will be reduced been a gradual decrease in personnel
\ acrordl ng Iy. in compliance with the
I I edict until the strength now is
However housing at the auxiliary -
down to the required number.
station, it is pointed out,
will be to I The two Air Groups originally
... ...... .. open accommo-
'"" "' 'Io>_ date families of remaining Cecil I stationed at Cecil, and since moved
CONDUCT ATOMIC COURSE group of four military specialists, above, from the Armed Field personnel and those at NAS | to NAS Jax. Air Groups 1 and 17.
Forces pt'dal't'allons Project, Washington, I), C. concluded a two-day atomic energy indoctrination Jax and local fleet units. are the only two remaining groupsof
course last Friday before senior officers of the Sixth Naval District Left to right are ('apt. The new order leaves about 100 Fleet Air lax, which has suffered -
Thomas l Uien/.i, Signal Corps Army; Capt.: William Mendenhall, Navy: I.t. Albert II. Vite. Navy and naval and civilian personnel at the a drop in strength as a result -
Maj. Guard M. JlrUonMIIt'dical Corps, Army. of the general outback orderedin
'flt'ld. will
They vital
gender; services
a Defense Department
such: as fire protection and economy
I move the early part of this vear.
Wage Survey security, as well as handling the
JuxavBaseball Club I upkeep and repair work which '
will enable the Navy to quickly Basic
Directed ForEmployees I re-open activities in'case of em Principles

:. To Ploy In Benefit Froy On ergency.Commissioned) Field has played in February as integral l!HI.:: Of Atomic Energy

part in naval aviation and until

A wage survey to determine Jax' N.ivv's baseball aggregation will battle! I the Why1' early thitpal' housed two air : Discussed Here

the rate of pay for per diem I r'oss. (ja. Atlantic- Coast Line J Ued Sox nine Sundav at 1 11\0: groups consisting of 10 squadronsof !
Fleet Air
employees here will be conducted at the atel' Leaches Stadium at Jacksonville Beach m a 11-'II't'tir'I'latl Jacksonville Service Squadron, plus a 1 First of its kind to be heldhere

by tlje Navy in the benefit fray sponsored b.the. Reaches Shrine Club with Lack of funds forced the Mist inactivation i; an indoctrination course

Jacksonville area with the c<>- 1)I'II't'ed.s.oi.ng"! : to the underprivileged children back in 1948. but it : designed to acquaint military

operation| of local firms::, it Staged!:: under tile auspices! of -- -- --- ------------ ', was re-opened in November" ot thesame : officers in the basic princi-

was revealed here this week. the Morocco Temple, Sunday'sgame children is a main project of the II i I vestNere'sWhat j pies of atomic energy, was
1- --
Morocco - -
will highlight a day's program entire Temple A suiveyof 1I
The survey was oideied by the at the Beaches A street pa- those locally in need of such ;I You FindIn i presented last Thursday and
Navy Depaitment, which bases rade in the Jax Beach business treatment I is carried out by the I Fiiday at NAS by a groupof
wages of employees paid on a district will precede the game members! of the Jax Beach Shrine Today's Air NewsNews I I specialists from the Armed
hourly or daily hasis on the Two Club.
S. pievalling performances by the :Morocco I ForcesV e a J p o n s Pro.iect.Washin ,
wage stales: ,paid by private Temple band, before and during :; of all descriptions including I i 'ton D. C.
employers. Most of the mnis the game ate also on the pro- servIce news from other
which will help conduct the sur- gram. I WantedThe installations national news ofimportance The audience was restricted lo
vev have assisted: in previous findings Tickets for and selected senior officers within the
the benefit contestare Navy news of
in 1947 and 1918. sale at the general interest, fine I Sixth Naval" District Purpose of
on Navy Exchange Jax Air News once plus a assortment -
Heading the local committee the two-day orientation was siii.lto
and Barracks G Free of local
transportation again announces the dire need news can be I
conducting the survey is John W. for all personnel purchasing of additional staff memebrs found inside the pages of today'sJax be entirely educational given by
Carson Industrial Relations Otrirer tickets will be Air News. direction of the Chief of Naval:
provided. Navy Personnel 1 with wilting experience -
Named on his committee are buses will leave Barracks G at are preferred but experience Heading the list of features for Operations
William A, McAlilly, secretary: 1300 this week the Similar! indoctrination
Sunday going directly to the is not absolutely nec is story of the Boat courses
Russell. Plotter and J. Herschel stadium. The bus will depart essary. Division and its work on page 3. are being given beforespecially(
Lee from the stadium immediately Interested personnel at NASor Too. there is good reading in the selected officers within the Armed
Letters are being dispatched' to- following the game. I any other station, who "Heseaich Project"story: on page I Forces. The courses were initiatedin
day to about 65: representative I would like to try their hand as 4. Here's your guide: May
business firms, outlining the pur- The local Club will he I Jax Air News reporters can Breezes Page ;> II The /group handling the instruction
pose of the survey and requestingthat : Navy Boat Division '
write to or contact the Jax Air Page 3 course here last week included
pertinent data be furnishedto seeking revenge in Sunday'stilt News editor in Room 125. Classified bulletin Page 8 Capt. William K Mendenhall
station employees who will call since the Waycross club mam administration building, Research Project 1'age 4 Jr., and Lt. Albert H. Vite. Jr of
upon them in the next several scored a 1-3 decision! in a pre- or call Extension 8184 Service News Page 3 the Navy; Maj. Gerald M, MeDonnol t.I -
weeks The list of firms was compiled Sports 6, 7 I of the Medical
vious encounter In the midstof There is a good future for Pages Army Corps
by the survey committee.It journalists in the Navy. Tricky Quirky Page 8 I and Capt. Thomas :M.: Kien: i of
is expected that the survey a winning streak, Coach Washington Report Page 2 'the Army Signal Corps.
will be completed in about a -------
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month The greater majority of McCaffrey's chargeswill .... ..............,. --.:. .",,,U"'_ -- '
be all out to avenge that ::
those who may be affected by resulting ,
adjustments will b. laborers earlier setback. : .,. N '"
helpers and aiu.suns. Managed by "Fats" Taylor, : -.>, , ,
famed as the "five-by-five" of
southern baseball, the touring ? ?. i r

2nd Midshipmen Waycioss railroaders boast of a \, J"\1
strong combination Their recordis
impressive, with wins over
Group CompletesTour many of the sel'tlOn'stronger I
: L Z.: S
Currently in the midst of a I l.?Zk\o\fi tha
Of StationA comeback, winning: 6 of their last < \,"
17 games Jax-Navy is becoming :
st'condgroup of 100 midshipmen ', awer to cope with. Paced I ", \t y.

from the t'. S. Nay- I bv heavy :hitters Dick Clark I
Keith Churchill and Gus Gusha-
al Academy departed aboard I nas the locals: have produced I
tlu- Philippine :Mars flying heavily in the runs column of',

boat early Monday morning, late.Stout 1
Bob Becker will start
following two visit at
a day the mound for Jax-Navv, with
t the :Naval Air Station. Harry Stinson slated for back I

An living here from Corpus Christi stopping duties. Hal Rauleison) a i
'I','xas, about 1510 Saturday, the 24-game winner in the Georgia-
mill lies spout most of their time Florida league in 1949 will toe I
ii' (. In a planned program of rec- the mound for the visitors. I
i ?HI ion and educational features. All proceeds from the )game
Tin, night nt their arrival they will be used for treatment of I
W"I i4' guests at a dame at the Of- crippled children of Jacksonville
II"ei ,s' Phib and spent Sunday tak- whose parents are unable to meet
ing m t the sights flf Florida, in- such expense The Shrine maintains
,-luding bus trips to st Augustine 16 hospitals in the United
and Marmeland States. Canada and Mexico,
The visit het e hut week end wan where children are sent when MIDDIES: VISIT-The second group of midshipmen from the Naval Academy ta visit her
the second of four scheduled at necessary for free treatment this summer, all 100 of them, are being brought/ aboard: (the station In a motor launch after alight
NAS this summer anj one of a I This free treatment accorded I InK in the St. John's aboard the flyin: boat Hiillppine Mars last Saturday, The middies were her
(Continued on Page 2)) crippled I 1 and underprivileged for two dayj.Get .

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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS .. 7 July 1950 "

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Report From Washington

JaxAir News -

Utilization of Manpower in Event of Crisis

Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air
Station, Jacksonville Fla.

NAS, Jacksonville Armed I E School Moved
Forces &
Capt. Douglas T. Day ._._ .___._ __-______-________.Commanding Officer To Be
Comdr. Porter F. Bedell Executive Officer
By Armed Forces Press Service This year's Air Force Reserve Officer Training ',.
Fleet Alt; Jacksonville Plans for the full utilization womanpower Corps calls for summer instruction
Rear Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery._____... ________Commander in the event of national emergency are being for 6,851 students program from 127 colleges and universities -

Fleet Air Wing Eleven considered by the Defense Department, with of the U, S. and Hawaii, at nine-
Capt. George C. Montgomery_____, ,, ___Commander the cooperation of prominent women in various USAF bases.

Comdr. Charles Robertson.__ _____________._._._Chief Staff Officer fields of activity and various sections of the '
Naval Hospital country. Four Army branches observed their 175th

Capt. Dwight J. Wharton commanding Officer anniversaries during June: Infantry, Adjutant
Capt. Guy E. Stahr Executive Officer The Navy will sponsor an amendment to the General, Quartermaster Corps and Corps of
NARTU Reserve Non-disability RetiremenUAct passed Engineers. .

Comdr. John S. Barleon, Jr. ___._.___.. .._Commanding Officer by the 80th Congress, to prohibit retirementpay ...
for persons who, after establishing: eligibility About 25 veteran, fathers of 9th Infantry

are dishonorably separated, or are sen- trainees, Fort Dix, N. J., "re-enlisted" for the-
Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration tenced to Federal prisons for criminal offenses. Father's Day weekend to see whether the Armyis
building. Phone extension 8184.. .
the same as when they knew it. They found
Editor-Andrew H. Planey The 82nd Airborne Division, Fort Bragg, many improvements.
Staff Members rob Joyce, JOSN, and Shirley Ritoch, SN. N. C., has instituted a policy under which each *
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station new man Joining the organization is oriented The Air Force has awarded contracts totaling
Jacksonville Florida, and printed INlnc.I non-appropriated funds thoroughly in the history and policies of the 1592,500 to civilian schools for the trainingof
Ht no expense to the government and In NAVEXOS P-35. Rev,
Nov. 1945. Copies distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the Division. New members also are indoctrinated' about 550 enlisted airplane and engine mechanics \,
Naval AJr Reserve Training Unit Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field and in roper relations with the community and They are the Spartan School of Aeronautics -
the yheS.J Naval Hospital. pub'i at large. Tulsa, Okla., and Cal-Aero Technical .
AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Re- *
production of material from then sources must bear a credit line. Republlcatlcn Institute, Glendale, Calif.
of oth-r matter, except by service publications Is prohibited without permission Anneal Force Information School Carlisle a
of Editor JAR AIR NEWS. Barracks, Pa., will be transferred from that The Array reorganization law, providing stat

location by April 15, 1951, to be replaced by utory basis for the present Army organization,
Eight Navy Flag Officers the Army War College. A committee is now has been passed by both Houses of Congressand .....
considering sites for the I & E School. forwarded to the President for signature. .
I .

Get Change Of Duty Orders The second annual Air Rescue Service Com Former Armed Serviced members retired for
manders' Conference will be held at Washingtonin physical disability will not be subject to income

routine change of duty orders mid-September. Commanders from all ARS tax if they elect to have their pay computed
have been issued by the Bureauof who has been serving as Directorof squadrons will gather to discuss problems and under the old fay law instead of the Career
Naval Personnel for the follow- the Air Warfare Division, Office policies with representatives of the various op- Compensation Act, according to a ruling of the
ing Navy flag officers: of the Chief of Naval Opera erational commands. Commissioner of Internal Revenue.
tions, to be Commander of Fleet
Rear Admiral Richard F. White-
Air Wing Three, a billet now va .
head, who has been on \duty in the cant. the condition of our new son, .
Office cf the Under Secretary of Week'Snd Patrick Brian Coghlan. Little Pat .
the Navy to be Commander, Fleet Rear Admiral A. D. Alexis, Civil is now out of "Hack" and is home
Air Wings Atlantic Fleet, with Engineer Corps, who has been from his 21-day tour in the NAS
additional duty as Commander, District Public Works Officer, :5th Hospital incubator. He left the
Fleet Air Wing Five. His work) in Naval District, to be Director, Atlantic 'lIIinf Noyes hospital when he reached the i
connection with the Navy Depart- Division, Bureau of Yards weight of 5\t pounds and after
ment management survey has been and Docks with headquarters at fromNlIRTU two weeks at home, he now
completed.Rear New York. He succeeds Rear Ad- weighs 6 Ibs., 4 ozs.
miral Andrew G Bisset, who retired
Admiral Robert F. Hickey, 1 Speaking of babies, we hear
now serving as Commander, Fleet I May t that Sgt. William McElroy of the
Air Wings, Atlantic Fleet, to be Rear Admiral Clarence E.:.Olsen, Marine Air Detachment Is aboutto
Vice Commander of the MilitaryAir wno nas Been on auty in me Office All NARTU is still talking in second place in the NAS IntraMural start pacing the deck any night
Transport Service when relieved of the Under Secretary of the about the wonderful picnic held league with now.
a good
I pros
to be Head of the Shore
from his present assign last Thursday at the Jacksonville pect of repeating their feat of
ment in July. Establishment Survey Board Division Beach Pier. More than 660 two seasons! ago when they won
NARTU Member
Office of the Naval
Inspector .
Rear Admiral John P. Whitney, General, a new billet. stationkeepers and members of the station tournament All this
now serving as Vice Commander, their families] were present and team needs is some support. Let's '
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Military Air Transport Service, to I everyone had the time of their get out and root for them Gets
be Commander Carrier Division lives. .
Trout Read
16, Atlantic Fleet, when relieved Until The Jax Beach Pier turned out LOTS OF FISH stories in the
from his present assignment in to be an excellent place to hold week's wash. Charles Jenkins, :To AcademyJames
August. He Fell Asleep- the annual picnic with its facili- DC2, really knows the fish by

Rear Admiral Robert E. Blick, ties for swimming, fishing, dan their first names in the Keystone Arthur Prestridge, Jr., of.
Jr., now serving as Commander That's His Tale cing and the rides available for Heights area. He brought home a 1640 West Road, Jacksonville, became -
Carrier Division 16, to be Deputy the children. Speaking of fishing, nice string of 4 large Blue Gills the first "Week-end War-

Director of Naval Intelligence. He I Denver CoTo. (AFPS) With Leeowen Cowart, SN, proved the and 2 Bass on his last outing. rior" of Jacksonville's Naval Air .,
will report about October 1 as relief i arrival of warm summer months, outstanding angler of the day NARTU's best fishermen (or big. Reserve Training Unit to qualifyfor .
for Rear Admiral Carl F. fish stories are becoming more with his catch of seven "enormous" gest liar) was at its again last appointment to the U. S. Na-

Eepe, whose new assignment has ,I popular-and numerous. In answer whiting. The whole string II week-end. That is "J" "B" Evans val Academy at Annapolis, Md.,
weighed at least a half of a and this time his catch added under availableto
not yet been designated. to a Denver newspaper's up a program now
Bear Admiral Rico Botta. who i appeal for the most imaginativefish pound. e to 60 pounds. The 60 pounds all Naval Air Reservists. ..

has been hewing a. Assistant! I story, one enterprising angler came from three fish too. Three Prestridge who is a graduateof
Chief of Natal Material and Director submitted the following: TOO MUCH CREDIT can't be Red Sea bass! averaged about 20 Landon High School class of .'

of Production and Policy I This follower of Isaac Walton given to the entrepid NARTU pounds apiece on his string. 1950, has been a member of
cooks and bakers who again did
We hope had good "Week-end Warrior" squadron VI'
Division, Navy Department to be claimed he snared a 10-lb. trout everyone a
Commander of the Naval Air Material without hook or line. His fishing themselves proud. They hit their time at the picnic and over the FASron 745 of NARTU since June
respective griddles at 0700 that Fourth of July holiday because 1 1949. This him to take '
Center, Philadelphia, Pa. lie "gear" was, he said a canoe, a morning and didn't for qualified
will relieve Rear Admiral Frederic come up now the busy summer monthsare a national competitive examinationfor
very dull book, a pair of binocu-
air until 700 pounds of chicken
'V. who retiree looming. The first squadronof the 160 appointments to the
Pennoyer, lars, an empty match box and a 200
200 pounds of potato salad,
"Week-end Warriors" will to Naval Air Reservists -
from active service on July 1. pair of tweezers.As re. Academy open
pounds of cole slaw 100 poundsof
Rear Admiral Edgar A. Cruise, port aboard for their annual two each year. Pmtridg
the trout swam alongside, baked beans and 50 pounds of week's training duty when Fighter placed 67th in the nation from
the fisherman held the dull bookin pickles later. Needless to say, it Squadron VF-741 arrives on among the more than 600 appli .
front of him. The trout read was thoroughly' enjoyed by alL July 8th. cants. Prestridge applied for his
until he fell asleep. Then the an- Lots of credit is due to this year's he had
appointment as soon as
VF-741 will train here at NAR-
reversed the binoculars to
gler committee, headed by welfare officer 6 months
fish small TU, but there are some trips in completed the necessary
make the big enoughto Jim Black. He had lots of
of ,
VP-741 membership as a
for of when
store some us
with the and
pick up tweezers help from Lt. Jack Hestilow, "
l and VP FASron 745 to NAS
place in the match box.Can't Frank Rose and Sam Bledsoe; go
hatch a better catch to Chiefs Clovis Canterbury Ernest Norfolk from August 12th to 25th The nationwide entrance examination -
match that.Husband Kehrt and James Dickenson; and VF-742, VC-741 and VF FAS was taken last April and
James Campbell, ADI and Lewis ron 741 visit NAS Pensacola for Prestridge was notified this weekto
: Darling, you oughtto Dees, YN3.NARTU's. part of their tour that starts on report to the Academy on June
be in Congress. softball team is tak- ept.; 2nd. Those three squad- 30. While at Landon High, Prest-
rons will get in some sea duty ridge was assistant editor of theschool's
CLUB OVER BEACH fc AIR Wife: Why, dear ing a tip from the weather and
BUS STATION. Husband: Because you're so getting hot. They knocked off the when their pilots requalify 1950 Year Book and wasa
OPEN 0930-Z330 DAILY good at introducing bills into the unbeaten Hospital team ra s t aboard the training carrier, the member of the National Honor
USS Cabot that out of
Society and Hi-Y.
;-- THURSDAY, JUNE 13: house. week and are presently resting
.. .. .. He is the son of :Mr. and Mre.
James A. Prestridge.Midshipmen. '"
FRIDAY, JULY 7 NARTU's NEW Administrative ...
1930-Miniature golf, transpor assistant arrived aboard on July

tation and partners. .., .t' w,4tarrnr 3rd. He is Lcdr. Claude R. Phillips
SATURDAY, JULY 8 and comes to us from dutyin

Open house, Visit snack bar for the Training Department at Continued from Page .1 )
wonderful food. 2JJOO-2300, Dance Naval Air Reserve Training series of air cruises arranged for
Navy Band. 7's Headquarters at NAS Glenview, the midshipmen for the summer.
SUNDAY, JULY 9 ? Illinois. More about Lcdr. Phillips The cruises are part of the regular -

0000-1200, Java Time, Home later. summer indoctrination program -
Town Time. 1730-1800, Vesper By the time this reaches print outlined for the middles. '

Music. 1800-1900, Dutch Treat our new commanding officer, Their next stop from here will
Supper. 1900-2230, Visit awhile, Captain Raymond N. Sharp, will be Floyd Bennett Field, N. Y. j'
music have arrived and have taken Previous stops on the last weekend
television, games, new s y yi$ .
'r magazines, and good friends. over the reins of NARTU. cruise were made at NAS
MONDAY, JULY 10 James II. Scrivener, SN, gaveus Gross Hie Mich.; Great Falls Air
a. scare on the Fourth of July Force Base, NAS Seattle, and
Wheels Club
Singing ,
when news arrived that he had
air cooled rink. Williams Air Force Base, Arizona.A .
tation to been taken to the Duval Medical
third visit at NAS of a similar -
TUESDAY, JULY 11 Center with an appendicitis attack number of midshipmen is
Request program special, trans- He must have been in pretty scheduled for July 20.
portation and plenty of partners. bad shape because he spent -xEmpty -WMM.MM
WEDNESDAY, JULY 12 three and a half hours on the op-

t 1900, AHOY DREAM BOAT, 3 erating table. He is now resting Holster!
l' St John' River. comfortably and has been movedto
hour cruise of on orchestra. Ex- the NAS Hospital. Drop in and Chicago (AFPS)-Police officer
Plenty partner,
him. Sam Zanniello charged into a J
cellent food sign
Please check bulletin board for MAKES THE GRADE-James A. Frestridire. Jr., a Jackson All NARTU wishes to extend cafe to quell a riot being created
other Small groups are ville lad attached to VP-Fasron 745 of HARTV, Jax 'Is shown their sympathies to Mr and Mrs. by 10 customers. Police officer
planning programs.fishing trips, swimming I I being congratulated upon his announcement of his appointmentto Eddie Holmes on the loss of their Sam Zanniello reached for his ;
and fight seeing. the U. S. Naval Academy. Rendering the congratulations are infant son. gun. Police officer Sam Zaniello
parties picnics
You will be welcome to all affairs. I Ledr. 'Goodyn R. Taylor, left, commanding officer of VP-Fasron Your PIO wishes to thank everyone ended up in the hospital. He had
745 and executive' officer of the squadron Lcdr: Walter Shinn. who has inquired about left his gun at home."v .

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< U! m u ,.!\..,.,> News
X rwnrfV +r' "s1'1Rds'

i. ar p Is-' + -, FROM IIEUE & THEIUf

? as Continue Ship Transfer
r Washington (AI-PS) Thirty.

one more Army ships will have
( been transferred to Navy controlby
July 1 in accordance with the
agreement whereby the Navy will
f I operate all ships of the Military
V Sea! Transport Service. Last March

r 1, 72 Army vessels were turned
over to the Navy.U. .

S. Ships to Visit Canada
I Washington (AFPS)-The Navy

__ Department has announced that 18
Yt Navy ships will visit Canadian,
this summer. The vessels in-
.... ports aircraft carrier, destroy
clude an
ers, mine sweepers, transports, escort
1PI'1 'T vessels and submarines.

Future Officers Train

.' !f Quantlco, Va. (AFPS)-The Marine
>>; x rf>a
Corps Schools at Quantico,
Va., are currently conducting the ,
t 11r oy .ySYh 9 q ;4 I 1950 Platoon Leaders training, designed -
to train future officers. The(
I courses are split into two classifications
: Junior and Senior. Upon
I completion of the two summers
i ; I of training, the candidates are
commissioned as second lieutenants -
1tr4Vp in the Marine Corps or its
reserve component.
4 : .

; Command Changes
II I Cherry Point; N. C., (I"PS-
I I Brigadier General William L. Mc-
Ig i I Kittrick, USMC, relieved Brigadier
P General Ivan W. Miller, USMC, as
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The office crew, top left, at the Boat Division takes all assignments and missions in stride. Chief Lloyd Dorsey, bead man at Air Station, Cherry Point, N. C.,
,I the division office, answers a call while Chief John Johnston explains correspondence to Seaman Winton L. Ellis. The 63-foot crash during Informal ceremonies here
boat answers the call and is about to take up "full speed ahead" I n top right photo. The speedy craft is on its way for its mission in recently.
lower left picture. Returned after a rescue at sea, the crew of the <63-foot< boat is shown in bottom right photo. --------------
New Decoration Deadline

- .. -- .- Washington (AFFS) With anew
B .
; deadline set for May 3, 1951,
; -i ; k'f: / .. '" is :: r the Army, Navy and Air Force

IMultiple l Duties Carried Out : are again for decorations accepting recommendations for wartime

acts and services. The new extension
I .. Public
was granted by
: Law 501, 81st Congress, so that

: By Boat Division Here : ; 7 deserving nized for( personnel acts between can December be recog

f 7, 1911, and September 2, 1945.

Usually when one thinks of a Naval Air Station, the only -
thought is of planes and possibly an aircraft carrier anchoredoff Plan Stronger "Voice"Washington

shore a few miles. But everyone isn't an "air-dale" at an (AKPS)-The U. S.
air station. information program will be ex-
panded to carry the American
There is a group of men at story to the countries behind the
.. NAS Jacksonville who are "sur- I demand and frequently called Iron Curtain, State Departmentofficials
face" sailors upon for rescue 0 per a ti 0 n a.
busy daily working I recently announced. Besides
and operating boats right at the Equipped with a two-way radio,
the Voice of America
a flying bridge and pilot house ,,, .. pro-
station. These men, all 93 of them 'I for control from below deck dur- I 1 "'''"- I II grams, there will be more movies,
are attached to the unit known as' inclement I Seamen turn firemen aboard the fire boat and quite a stream libraries, information centers and
the Boat Division, a part of the I boat ing is weather, the crash I they put out. The NAS fireboat stands in constant readiness for 'I exchanges of students.
an all-purpose craft.
which i is
Operations Department

commanded by Comdr. George E. I The crash boat is driven by a -any. ..... .emergency.. -_._-- ..--- .... .-..- -"-"- -- I Aid-
Hall-Scott Blind
Chalmers.It's I powerful Marine en- Organize to
a busy area, this Boat Div gine and is equipped with a gal. ., New York (AFPS)-A new or-
ision, as a visit there any day or ley, and storage space for food > ; ganization for the aid of blinded
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any hour of the day will attest. and water, which allows extend. < r : 'f war veterans The American War
This division has several motored ed operations, making it possiblefor Blinded Veterans Inc., was organized -
district craft and boats assigned the crew and boat to be self- here recently. Object of the
to it which must be serviced, sustaining for long pariods. The group is to provide for the per-
operated and maintained in ship. craft is equipped with various r sonal needs of blind veterans, both
shape condition at all times. rescue equipment specially designed men and women, as they opened
for rescue work their first appeal for funds
Largest of the vessels at the F
: TlIE BOAT DIVISION carries boat division is the LSIL (land V Bremen Skipper Dies j
out numerous important and ing ship infantry light), used for Bremen
Germany (A 1"1' S)-
valuable tasks, but one of its the transporting of large groups
most important missions is rescue such as air group squadrons to Captain Leopold Zeigenbein, 75, ,
who was captain of the German
The 63 foot crash
service. Mayport and out to sea when
boat of the division is in greatThere'i ,'carriers operate off the Mayport luxury ship Bremen, died here recently
iworld's ;
_______________________ I area. It also serves as the host Captain Ziegenbein set a
record for Atlantic
ship for the Public Information an
h Qxf crossing in 1929 when the Bremen
program of handling visitors Largest vessel at the Boat Division is the LSIL (landing ship made the run from Cherbourg to ;
such civic organizations, 4-H
. .. Club, as Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts infantry light) which is used mainly for transporting men to carriers I Ambrose Lightship In 4 days, 17
J and others. at sea and long jaunts away from the base. -- hours and 42 minutes. i

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targets for dive bombers. Theseare .1
I THE LSIL has a part time operating controlled A BOATSWAIN'S locker is also .'
electronically Seek :,1
crew of five men, including Sea-Going
I, the Chief Boatswain's making them capable of evasive available, where complete equipment
.. skipper action. The Boat Division also for wire and splice,
.. Mate Michael Be ak. In view of rope
To Aid
" ; Dolphin ;
the of the has three sailboats which are for fenders, and spare rigging is
shortage personnel
use by the Physical Training Department stowed. There's also a sail loft,
men have come through with an but maintained and repaired where canvas work always in Sub Research j
excellent of this
job keeping vessel I
by the division.A need of repair or replacement, ,
Visiting high rank-
is done. Washington (\FrS-Mamma '.
ing officers have expressed plea diesel-driven torpedo retri- I denizens of the sea may contrib
sure in finding the vessel in such ver used for retieving torpedoes Complete fueling facilities are ute to advanced research in man's
is also hand. available for the service and
fine condition. fired in practice on constant battle to improve .
Another vessel much in use is Men at the boat facility also maintenance of all vessels up to : of submarines.The performance .'J
the 50-foot motor launch whichis maintain the Admiral's "barge"and 63 feet and a shop store are also British Navy is reported '
used mainly for utility purposes the Captain's "gig", both of sustained.The seeking a live dolphin or
I L4- Nicknamed the "work which must be in constant readi- division furnishes a skeleton use in research on underwater porpoisefor '.:j!
F I horse" of the Navy, this boat can ness when their services are required crew for the handling and propulsion The cetacean dolphin ;w
y. carry 190 passengers. It was recently service of all transient sea planes and porpoise are airbreathing
used to carry Naval Acad- To carry out their tasks of that arrive at NAS This function animals which have gone to. ;
emy midshipmen ashore from the keeping up these vessels, the includes a beach crew, and util- sea and "made good. They are .
Philippine Mars which landed a boat house crew works in several izes a separate building, called smooth and streamlined. They
few hundred yards off the dock. small shops set up at the boat beach crew locker, filled with move at speeds estimated at more ,
The fire boat also serves a house. An engine overhaul shop, special equipment for handlingof than :30 miles an hour. They.use
9 worthy purpose. Converted froman manned by three men, is doingan lines and beaching gear. an up-and-down motion unlike
aircraft re-arming boat by excellent job of preventative NAS has its own diving and the! usual side-to-side sweep offish
the addition of a powerful en- maintenance. Most of the vesselsare salvage gear, complete with re-
gine-driven centrifugal pump anda gasoline driven and requirea compression tank for divers, anda ..
battery nozzle, the fire boat great deal of care. diving crew that in the past in charge, is doing a man-sized .. I
.. stands in constant readiness for Then there are the ship fitters has performed important work in j job.Forced ';1
any emergency. One hose on the and metal and carpenter shops salvage and recovery. to be on the alert al. s
pi k at fire boat is capable of spraying kept busy making necessary hull Taking all into consideration, ways for participation on short
the machine eI Boat 500 gallons of water per minute. repairs. On occasion, light craft including the number of vessels notice for their many and varied
Division nee< he arc also built for utility work. A assigned and with the limited missions, Boat Division sailors
various' ye' atby. MOORED AT NAS also are battery charging shop and an number of personnel to carry out must necessity be smart "men,
Early Henry, a three target boats which are electrical maintenance shop are the task, the Boat Division, with of-war" men.
minor repair screw driven and act as drone also maintained. Chief Machinist, Lloyd T Dorsey --x---,


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-Page.. Four JAX AIR NEWS 7 July 1950PERFORMANCE 1
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Selection By Science Now-

Research Project Here 1

Resulting In New Ideas
S>; 1 '<

The need for a scientific selection enlisted personnelfor

their Navy jobs is evidenced in results of performance :-1'

tests now being given to aviation machinist mates at the

Naval l Air Station! _research experts announced recently.

Midway through scheduled pre-
liminary post-training evaluation training received by the chiefsthemselves.
tests the local research project t .

paused last week to present a pic- Members of last week's review .......
ture of the work now completedto board included: Robert F. Blythe
a group of research analysts and Dr. George D. Mayo, of the
4 from Naval activities .sponsoring Staff of Chief of Naval Air T ('h.
the project nlcal Training Command, Memphis -

Tenn.; Dr. Everett G. Brund. .,
TUB COMMITTEE, composed of age, Head fit Classification and
representatives from Naval Air Field Research, Bureau of Naval .
I j Technical Training Command, Personnel; Dr. John T. Wilson, of
I Memphis Tenn.; Bureau of Naval Personnel and Training Branch,
Personnel; Office of Naval Research Office of Naval Research; Dr.
.. ; Office of the Deputy Chiefof Harry J. Older of the Institute for

TEST RESEARCH Scientific research experts from Naval' activities; sponsoring Naval Operations for Air and Research in Human Relations,
: the local post-training evaluation tests look on in interest as James J. Paquin, personnel I the Institute for Research in Human Washington, 1>. C., and Clarence
man third class, demonstrates the,use of an Air Force School of Medicine two-handed coordination Relations, made a two-fold N Smith from the Office of Deputy
I testing: machine Left to right are visiting: researchers, Robert F. Blythe; Dr. George D. Mayo, Dr. critical review of the local project Chief of Naval Operations for
Everett G. Brundage, Dr. John T. Wilson, Dr. Jerry J, Older, Clarence N. Smith and Dr. John V. I. to evaluate the results to date and i Air
Waits, of the Institute for Research in Human Relations, and head of the local project. to determine what will be the next
phase of research. ..
I The program here at NAS Is Contract Awards ;
r __ -B under the direction of Dr. John _
FAW-11 LIMKLHU1TSweet's (. V. Walts of the Institute for Research -
---- in Human Relations and is Go To Bidders

CareerIs j Station Bank Has Big Day staffed by four specially trained

Navy personnel technicians and For Here
one chief petty officer. In additionthe Projects .

Experiencing one of its bus- since practical examination is administered
Portrait Of ey opening operations, ac-
Three Jacksonville
by two chief petty officers concerns .
iest days since it was estab- cording Clements.to manager Edward O. from each squadron being have been recommended by the

lished here seven years ago, tested. Pul.lic Works Officer Naval l Air .
An 'Old Salt"If the Naval Air Station facility Near the end of the day, the The six-man inspection party' Station, for contract awards which r
office was cashing checks with will be made by the Bureau of "-
office of the Barnett National '
: gave their approval 1 of the methods
five and dollar '"
one bills. Eight Yards and Docks, Washington, D.
at anytime you feel Bank cashed some 3,500 cashier windows were going full 'presently being used and they are C., for projects here at NAS. ,fi

that the Navy is too roughon checks last Friday for mili- blast from 1100 to 1700 'contemplating some several extension changes of the including The three named are the Mattox: '

you or that your abilities tary and civilian personnel.So The mad rush was the resultof practical examination for more advanced Electric Co., D. F McMains & ,

aren't being considered, then terrific was the rush to the payment in check to most personnel Co., and. the Stone 'ExterminatingService.
bank throughout the day that military and civilian personnel
we suggest you have a talk the office came the closest it following the end of the Navy'sfiscal The Mattox Company was low
with the personnel officer of ever has in running out of mon- year. MOT: IT as an experiment to with $41,250 on the installation of
Fa Hon 109, Lt. Nelson E. .1 find the more efficient methods a complete automatic air condi-

Sweet.He - ._-_ ,_ of determining the right man to tioning system in the Finish and I
I fit the right Navy job, the local Fabric Shop of the Station's Overhaul -
has a very understanding project commenced operations in and Repair Department. Four
feeling about the Navy and the Lcdr. Newhall Takes Over Reins early April, using the aviation machinist other local companies bid on the .
men in it. You see, it's like this: mate ratings! and utilizingmen installation. There were Henleyand .
Way back in the year 1919 Nelson attached to Naval Air Sta- Beckwith, Inc., $43,978; Con-
E. Sweet decided a 2-Vt'af As New CO Of Fighter Squadron 12 tion as subjects. ditlonalre,' Inc., $46.600; The Kimball .

hitch in the Navy was just what Almogt 17!. men have VidM n given Company. $51,092.39; and
he needed. A short tour at Cape Comdr. Brainard T. Ma- __u __ __ __ ___ the 'b it'r'i"; tests, consisting i ofa Henry G, Dupree Co. $59,012.
May N J. gave this young eager- comber last 12 is a graduate of the 1940 class I battery of pencil and paper tests, Total $81,000
Leaver just about enough time to Thursday accepted of the U. S. Naval Academy and a two and one-half hour practicaltest McMains & Co. was low with a ,

--_.._...._-- --- command of Fighter served aboard cruisers In the Pacific and a series of apparatustests bid of $18,740 on replacement of
Squadron 12 at Naval Air for two years before he entered that measure the men's phys concrete ramps and loading plat. r

Station, relieving Lcdr. Al- flight training. ical and mental cooidmation. oims at three buildings on the .
bert W. Newhall, Jr. Was With VF-2 Overall scores are awarded for station. J. H. Wolf and A. D. ..
Both officers were stationed at the individual performances and Newkirk & Son also of Jackson
Prior to reading his orders, directing Melbourne, Florida in 1943, Com- compilation of these marks with ville, bid $31,325 and $26,527 re.pectively. -
I him to duty at the Air mander Macomber as instructor in other known data will be used as !' .
I Command and Staff School, Air Operational Training Unit and a yardstick to measure selectionand The Stone Extermination Service .
Force Base, Montgomery Ala.. Lcdr. Newhall as a student in the training program require bid a low of $3,120 for ter. .
Lcdr Newhall commended officers mite extermination and control.
I same unit, and later as instructor. ments for enlisted men.
and men of the squadron for their Later at sea Commander Ma- In reviewing the work of the Orkin Exterminating Co., Jack
w y y I past top performances and asked comber took over as Commander, project the committee was highin sonville\ was high with $4,946.
them to the work The City Pent Control Co., which
I carry on good Light Carrier Air Group 21 and its praise of the cooperationof
j in the future.Commander. Lcdr. Newhall became the executive the men being tested and was bid $1,650: lowest of the three

Macomber who officer of Bombing, Fighting particularly enthusiastic about the was disqualified due to failure to'
came to Jacksonville from the Naval Squadron Two.Serving work of the chief petty officers fulfill bidding conditions.
Air Test Center, Patuxent who have observed the practicaltests. The Interstate Roofing Co., Anniston -
in Staff assignmentswith Ala., was recommended for
4 t River, Md. has been a Naval Av-
various commands in the Pacific a fourth contract award, bidding a
iator since 1939 and he served *
aboard the carrier USS Ranger during the remainder of the TIIK Sl'CCKSS' of the present low of $17,977 on the repairing ,
war, the flyers returned to state- ware,1
during the early years of World program has demonstrated the ne- and resurfacing of several
War II.Designated. side duty billets at termination of cessity for cooperation between house roofs Stephens Roofing &
hostilities. Sheetmetal Co., Jacksonville\ bid
those who are engaged in the theoretical -
Naval Aviator in
a Commander Macomber attended aspects of research and the $22,326. Reaver Brothers, also of
iA'-LL -I 1943, the departing skipper of VF- General Line School Jacksonville, bad $22,350 and FIII-
Nelson Sweet Newport, R. personnel responsible for the practical ;
look around and pack his sea bag. I I., prior to assignment to the Nasal operation.One lingham Brothers, Jacksonville\ bid
His first transfer sent him to the Formerly At O K Air Test Center in 1948 and of the by-products of the $25,313. I. W. Howard. Canton
Naval Proving Ground at Dahl- I' The day after the new year In Lcdr Newhall served two years in program has been the training Miss., was htgh with $27,000.

.,ren, Va.. to help out with the 1938, Nelson E Sweet stepped a- the Office of Chief of Naval Operations given the men being tested. The The combined contracts amountto
instruction of the aviation set board the USS Yorktown (CV-5) preceding the organization chief petty officers who served as slightly more than $81,000 j.\ i
f:; there. I and reported to Torpedo Squadron an assignment as Officer in judges not 'only score the man on ---------- i' .
up 5 Just 14 days after reporting Charge of Commander Atlantic Air how well he performs each task, Doctor: "We're going to operate
I: Having made AMM2c he decidedhe I I aboard, Sweet became Chief Sweet Force Training Unit One, in 1948. but carefully instruct him in the on you. What will you have-gas
was all set for something big I As Engineering Chief of VT-5, he Lcdr. Newhall was executive officer correct performance after he has I chloroform or ether?" .
on the outside, so he went. Not I I again came through with a CD's VF-45 before taking over thereins completed the examination. Patient; "I always believe "In '
in II
finding a desirable spot com- commendation, this time from of Fighter Squadron 12 in A second by-product of the practical patronizing home industry. Give "
( JJ f-I dal aviation and performinga I Comdr. W. V. Davis, now Captain ; May 1949. examination has been the I me a local anaesthetic." ...
job which he disliked, young Davis. ;
Swtet realized that the Navy offered
All good things must come to
in aviation
the best career
back in Janaury and end and so on December 5, I
o he shipped
3923. Upon re-enlisting, he) was assigned 1944 Lt. (jg) Sweet was presentedwith
to the Assembly and Repair a set of orders to CASV32.In .
Department at Norfolk. In this case NAS Kahului, Maul,
Sweet T H, was CASU 32's home. After
September of the same year
serving six months there, Sweet
made first class.:I He was trans-
made Lt. and in November 1647
furred to the Naval Academy I
with welcomed a set of orders to his .
November 1925 in
favorite shore duty, Jacksonville.As ,
training officer of O A R, ,
Turn To Atlatlnn
Lt.. Sweet's ability to play foot- Lcdr. Sweet helped to establish
for Civilian
'all as well as he could do his Apprentice Training
personnel. Other assignments with
discovered, and
work was soon
the O & R Department includedcivilian
before long, the boys on the Lex :
officer and ad-
appointed him captain of the team. personnel -E ; .
ministration and personnel. In '
That same team beat the Sara : %
of this he orderedto
March year wa
Irga on Navy Day, 1928 at Bremerton. ComAirLant for reassignment
Wash. Lt. Sweet recalls
and like Brer Rabbit was thrown
i Claying against Lt. now Admiral back into the Briar Patch with
who at is with the
Coons, present
f' FASroa 109 as Lt.
Aeronautics. Also while
'. Bureau of
nerving aboard the Lt-x. Sweet Looking forward to June 19M, ___ ...
r r basketball with Ensign Allen Lt. Nelson E. Sweet will retire : -
I'layed Smith now Captain Allen with the rank of Lcdr. 'and resideat VF-12; GETS NEW CO-Lcdr. Albert W. Newhall, Jr. leads hit to his

, Smith, Jr.,, who la the new' Chief his newly purchased home at I new assignment and giving command .( Fighter Squadron 12 to Comdr ber who
, ..f Staff with Fleet Air Jaa. SmallNavy 4313 St. Johns avenue.. viands to the left .f the departing ffker.. Lcdr. R. T. Brian, ) .'II"----- on,
of command tHtmoatet julie M.
ton't It! at right, daring tbangt

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A welcome aboard
Commanding Officer\ Capt. ,
las T, Day and Mrs. Day \"
:' held at the club Saturday "" the fastest thing In the
8, from 2100 to 0100. world
There will be a buffet "A nudist who's just spilled hot
coffee in his lap."
dancing special
Music for dancing will be "What is the slowest thing?"
"The same guy going over &
by Bruce Thomas and
chestra. barb-wire fence."

All Chief Petty Officers -
and their guests are invited 'That looks like a wasp In your
tend the big affair. : coffee."
the men will be service : 'Na\v.. That's just our new vitamin .
unites while the ladies will ; ff, Bee"

tired in informal wear. xiJ- :.. .
male civilian guests will : 'Why do they call that good- 1
and tie. : .-- looking nurse "Apendix?" 4
." Big bingo party Friday sets of twins born at the Naval Hos i "Only a doctor can take her r
20<10. Cash and mothers. Left to right are Mrs. Frank Pick: : out,"
each and every game. ; with her boys Charles Vincent and Er
numbers' will be called Nancy Jacqueline and Katherine Lu- I WAF.: Doctor, please tell me
little Jackpot.For what is wrong with me.
your :Sunday:: '\' -- Doc: There's nothing wrong
------- -- ---- -- with You need rest. '
tertainment, piano music you. Just a
furnished by Jack Sidlioa WAF: Ate you sure, Doctor?
MO to 2230. Request Of Twins In 4 Days ; Please look at my tongue

will be welcome.NARTU. Doc: That needs a rest, too.
_-- -
Hospital Here / Seaman: She's my cigaret girl.
: ) Chief: Why do you call her ,(
Hospital at NAS seem to be (coming) that?

of twins were born at the Hospital in ) Seaman: Because I just pickedher
/ up on the street.
Observes ,

'"' wife of omdr. Loring, started the parade' 1st Bum: Gee, it's swell to tote
to two boys on June 24. The two new// jou. What have you been doing ?
household, have been named Charles Vln-// 2nd Bum: Ninety days.
Comdr. Loring is attached to Supply//

Jacksonville's N a v a I f 'I I IVt
Reserve Training Unit twins came two days later on June 26, when > "t '"
gave birth to a pair of husky boys, Ron-
V brated its fourth \ t
Thomas. The father, Harold Pickering )
J, last Thursday with a second class, is attached to Patrol Squad- )
s' moth picnic at I ; F wv 9!
4 Ueach. f twins, arriving 24 hours later broke the NEOUaFQSjradrm6 r-- _
girls. Mrs Emery D Kogg gave birth to (
> Some 700 frolickers
and Katherine Lucille. Emery Fogg /
.*' Js'ARTU active '
duty the// .,
' i electrician mate chief stationed at
their guests were on hand
, /
serve the occasion. to enter the parental column none of /
The Beach Pier was theS'I
children. )
NARTU for the occasion _ _ __ .
picnic lasted from 0000 J I
NARTU's cooks and
gan preparing the [ Proposes One-Man
at 0700 and fed the entire | /

noon the same day. The
Economic ControlIn
, consumed 700 pounds of j

2(10 pounds of potato ,
pounds of cole slaw 100 l Event Of WarNew
baked' beans and 50 Service rrNQIo' Ti-416 ItIIll. bf L1wM (JC
Ji pickles. Irteh:4.| salty wa- economic York control(At'PS--A system) one-man for mo- This was NARTU's suggested
bilization of so'urces the
j, Dual All-Hands Picnic, for J't in Cooperation would solve many
event of of the
Attendance the largest of following war was one pro- pi oblfms. For instance, freckles
j posals discussed at the Armed
> ious year. Mayor H. A. due to would make a nice coat of tan ifthey'd
Services i Field Mobilization
' ..
cat Jacksonville Beach, .
just get together.
.. Course recently held here
hand to welcome the Charles
The proposed control system,
i presented: the key to fol Then there is the story about.
which would replace the various
Heach. to Cmdr. John S. << fluids the wife who caught up with her
boards that controlled economic
'f Jr. NARTU Commanding injuries. resources in World War II, was husband in a bar, sampled the
All rides at the beach heart to described by Lt. Col. Frederick highball he was drinking, and demanded -
. were reduced to half price falls and G. Bryan Ordnance Department, "How "can you drink su members of NARTU and re- stuff?
a faculty member of the Armed
I pendents throughout the I com Forces Industrial College, spon- "See," said the husband, "ahd
------- ----- I
: whole sor of the course all the time you've thought I Wes

to 12 He stated that the proposed! out having fun._
plan did not reflect present De-
teaspoons- fense Department policy. A motorist on a lonesome road
a patient Col, Bryan visualized an "Of- passed a car stuck in the ditch
of sodium fice of Emergency Management," and stopped to help He found the
I function under control of one individual.He car's driver using some string to
to expressed the belief such a harness a pair of kittens to the
system would promote efficiency, front axle
I flow of "You aren't trying to pull that
and speed the supplies. '
? car out with those kittens me
-xRt'porter -
II "
I ) : "Stop the presses! I you ?
on the have a big story!" "Why not ?" asked the other in
I in New Editor: "Did a man bite a dog ?" some irritation. "I got a whip."

in case i Reporter: "No a bull Just threwa
recom- chief." Texas Gal: "My Pa's the best
Theodore ilfle shot in this county,"
I, the State I I Barber: "Sonny how do you Texas SR: "And so what dots
.. f i I on I want your hair cut"Sonny that make me*"
I! : "With a hole in the top Texas Gal: "My fiance."



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A t S I ,, $1 e- \ vt

Nelson, 123 pounds of Los Z a E
geles loveliness, was ?
nia's representative in ,
.. "Swim fional finals For of'the Health 15th VISITS-On hand to greet Rear Adm. R. W. Hayler center, Comnun-' i';

New York. Her upon his arrival here last Thursday were Rear Adm. Alfred E. Mont- J

5 feet, 7r'/J inches tall; j Fleet Air Jar, left, and Capt. Douglas T. Day, Commanding Officer of i
jwaist, 24 inches; hips, ,36 )' visit was In conjunction with the atomic indoctrination' course held, I 1
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This Catcher May Who Holds Record For Most I

Start Something RBI's In A Single Contest?

0 ..
Seattle (Ai"PS-Jac.'k Warren '"
retriever for the Seattle It took just few minutes ville Tars home gameswith
Ralnlers, has started something after the Jax Air News was Lt. Warren NAson, also of
that may revolutionize' the entire distributed last week for the ComFairJax.This .
. business of baseball catch- correct answer to the Sports week's is simple .,
query a -
Ing. Old-time catchers" used raw quiz question of the week to one, that is for those who .
beefsteak inside their Cloves to arrive, with Rutherford Hunt, know their baseball.
absorb the sUnK of a last hall.: AK1, of ComFairJax supply
"Who holds the major league
ing the first answer.
turned to rubber
Later they a
bath The correct answer to last record for runs batted in, ina
Hponge.Hut week's question "Who are the single game/ ? What team was
a pioneering
Bob Joyce -G gleam In his eye' walked Intoa only managers since 1900 to he with and"what year was the
record set?
ladles' foundation garment win four pennants in a row?
store and ordered two Mfal-leVHe's is John McGraw (Giants 1921- Send in your answers to the
\ The show must go on, so they say, and so it is with using one padding: In his 22-23-24)) and Joe McCarthy Sax Air News office, room 125, .
sports. With the heels of the former writer of this column big mitt and carrying/ the otheras ) (Yankees, 1936-37-38 and 39)). main administration building ,
Since it took the two of or phone extension 8184 or 216.
hardly cooled off, yours truly finds himself in the midst of a "I.al'f''orkli catcher fine,&aiJ.too, theCoast them to figure the answer out, First correct answer gets two
his first sports column. Its the first venture in this field of League Hunt will have to share his free baseball passes to a pair .

sports for this corner's new penman, so if you'll bear withus II prize-two tickets to Jackson- of Tars home frays.

we'll try to carry on. -- -- -- I

d i Fans to Know Who's Who All-Navy Golf Meet I .
Sollbollers Hit kids
With the addition of a public address system at the Sunday Set For Early August

afternoon City League games on Mason: Field, Jax Navy
fans will be able to know who is on the afternoon lineups, Pensacola, 1 1a. (AITS)-

Who's at bat. This should eliminate that question "who's the The All-Navy golf championship In
: Mill be hell at the I>n..a- City mpeiition
new first baseman ?" or "who is that guy at bat? cola Naval Air Station duringthe

The lack of interest and support of the local ball club is I week beginning Aug. G. NAS Varsity soflballers dropped their last two (encounters in

surprising. The City League doesn't include teams like the Twelve from the golfers low scorer will be selected of) the City League play, falling before Happy's Sport Center 8-1 and losingto -

(Yankees or the Red Sox, but last year sent a representative I All-Navy competition to play Cecil Field, 6-5, to drop to fourth place in the second round of the
to the semi-pro semi-finals at Witchita, Kansas. A ball against team representing the City Softball League.The .
player welcomes the support of his shipmates in the stands- : Army and Air Force In tile In-
locals were slated to meetC.
torservioe Golf Championshipat
giving him that added shot in the arm. Fort Bennlng, Ga., Aug. 1C- W. A. Wednesday night and and 1 In the seventh to win behind -
1 Lightning Bolt Ball Club will tangle with the second place the four-hit pitching of Cecil
19.AU Harrell. Alexander was relieved by
.1'' Since that bolt of lightning that hit in the middle of : officer and enlisted personnel Duval NAS Motors started nine off the Monday.first inning Buckerich in the third. Bucker-
active In the
22nd of June the local nine has been on duty ich was charged with the loss.
[Mason Field on the Navy and Marine. Corp for of their tiff with Happy's Sport
playing bang-up ball. June 24 they went to Green Cove periods of more than 90 daysare Center with singles by first base- Cecil Field handed the locals
Springs and walloped the apple for a 7-1 win. Then there eligible to participate. 1'ar- man Horton and second sacker their second straight loss last Fri- ..
day night as they tagged Cummings *
/was that first game in Atlanta when they came from behind : tlcJpation is invited.Station by Coast. Guard personnel Hale, counter.Horton scoring That was for all Navy'sonly they and Alexander for 6 runs

.;ito trounce the General Depot boys 12-3, scoring 9 runs in the I could muster. on 4. hits to beat the varsity nine

dOth inning. The second game with the Atlanta team went Happy's scored three runs in 65.Navy's
i their half of the first, 2 in the tallies were made by
locals 7 15 hits to Junior
(much the same, as the piled up runs on Tirpak in the first. Wheeler in
1 in sixth
third, 1 in the fifth, the ,
beat the Georgia boys 7-1 the second and fourth and Boyerin
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The two wins at Atlanta brought their season record to. Cops Golf PrizeJust the fifth and seventh. In all,
Dick Clark
Pacing Navy banged out 8 hits, while
home the locals entered
24 losses. Returning
24 wins and ,
like the lad who sneaked Cecil got their three runs on just
the second round of the City League winning column witha off to go fishing and came back Jax Navy BatsmenSecond 4 hits. ?
slugfest against Downing last Thursday night. With hits with a big bass, Bob Bessette, Standings in the City Softball .
like Henry's homer in the sixth with the bases loaded andlWebb's 13-year-old son of Chief and baseman Dick Clark has I League:
trounced the down Mrs. Ward A. Bessette sneakedoff gone on a batting rampage in W.a Lost
round tripper McCaffrey's boys 9
Happy' Sport frntrr 1
to the golf (course entereda recent games to take over the Sax *
town boys 16-9. Dick Clark boosted his average against tournament and back llvval MUra 4 1
came Navy batting lead with a .323, O Si U .4 :SJax .
Downing by hitting safely five out of six trips to the plate, with a prize. passing Keith Churchill by a mere Nafr ........ 4 ft .
/Iwhich should increase his lead considerably over Keith Just recently out of the hospital two thousandth of a point. Before ('. N'.Field A.. s C 4i'rfll ft

.,, (Churchill. after an appendectomy. the trip to Atlanta, Clark was lateral heal i'ctrri t... !.
Bob went to the Municipal golf hitting .281. -. .-.-- -- ,
Just a Few Incidentals course in Jacksonville with the A check of the records show a

Keith Churchill, right fielder for Jax Navy has batted in idea of watching his brother .500 average for the local( dia-
0 runs in three consecutive games to boost his average in' Bill play in the Third Annual mondeers with 24 wins, 24 losses SPORT SHORTS :
City Junior Golf Tournament. and two ties. This does. not include
that column to 33 this season. Keith is leading the locals in : But he entered himself, quali- games played this week. Cleveland (AFPS-Bob Feller

runs batted in. I fied and was placed in the 7th Here's how they are batting after has signed his Cleveland Indian

Don Manning, who is the guy you see way out there in flight. He finished as a runner 50 tilts: contract at a cut of approximately -
in the 7th flight consolation I 20000. He will work for
(centerfield in game is the only member of the local up G AB n II tag Arc. .i
bracket. Clark . 38 133 32' 43 2* ..5.3Churchill : straight pay of $15,000 with no
nine to play every game thus far in the season. After it was all over, Bob, ... .SS 127 n 41 t* .322 bonuses based on attendance. This
suffered loss when Bob Lopez third Webb . .SIOufcbanaa 107 210U SO G .20 will be Feller's 12th with
Coach McCaffery a who was not even supposed to .81 16Moparln 211 18 .2611 season
Baseman, was injured in the first game with Atlanta. Some be in the meet, was presentedthe UVID.toa .n 42 l' 11 5 .262 the club and the first since 1938

.. ... that he will for
Sportsmanship Award. Loire !t 54 0 IS S JMl pitch a straight
think Lopez will be out the rest of the season. .. .%I.f t 10 S .227 salary.
One of the several Navy Jun- Manning ... .50150 4t 4 It 21 .228 I
McCarthy Out, O'NeilJ In iors presently taking instruc- Becker .... .30 88 13 19 3 .216
Deus ll ...., .14 400 4 6 0 .150 Cleveland (AFPS The
Joe has quit baseball saying he was "weary ) In-
tion from NAS Jack Har-
pro lluvall ..... .14 4. 4 II 0 .110
land tried of the game." He notified General Manager Joe vey at the local links Bob liner ...... .40 IXti II 2: : .117 dians have bought pitcher Charles

Cronin of his decision while the club was on the road in St.Louis received a box of golf balls Said---------Laird .. ..... 4 4 47 J ...IIS.U.I Browns(Red) for Embree an unannounced, 30, from sum.the ..

recently. McCarthy signed with Boston in 1917, com- for tournament.his award. It was his first Laird Stlasoa...........14 4 17T 43 t t 8 I t 5 .113.14:1: Embree, Cleveland property from ,

ing there from the New York Yankees.In Jll'ndl'nBn l' 20 1 1 .040 1941 through '47-he was with
Baltimore in 1944 traded
-was to
31 years of managing major and minor league clubs, the Yankees: in 1947. He won 3
he finished out of the first division only once, having a sixth Swimming Berths Wide Open; and lost 13 with St. Louis last-

place team at Louisville in 1922. He had eleven pennant win- year.

ning teams, nine being in the majors. McCarthy was one Plans Laid For District Meet Miami, 1;>Ja. (AFPS)-Mrs. Carl
{)manager who led a team to four consecutive pennants. This Holmes and her husband started

Iwaa with the Yanks in 1936, '37, '38 and '39. During his Think you can swim? Here's your chance to prove it. The Sixth laving pennies two years ago. Recently -
15 years with the Yanks he brought home the bacon seven Naval District diving and swimming championship is to be held here she enlisted the aid of
times, which is a record for one manager. the week of August 6 and swimmers are needed to represent NAS neighbors to cart a wash tub full
Jacksonville.As of the coppers to the bank for de-
Steve O'Neill, who has held a coaching post with the host for the District event, posit. Coin-counting m a chi n e s
Bosox since 1948 was named by Cronin as McCarthy's suc- Jax Navy is being counted upon! to NAS Sax has always been a strong gave the total as $116.20.

cessor. O'Neill you will remember was at one time a catcher make a good chewing with at contender in "tank" meets. .

but was better known as manager of the Detroit Tigers from east one team in every event. Just This call for candidates give In the 1932 North Carolina
how powerful the Jax Navy tank State-Duke football tussle, Duke
swimmers a chance to their"JltuU"
DL943 to 1948. quad will be depends upon the against try Thereare did not get the ball past the midfield -
Gashouse Gang BackIt personnel interested in swimming fine swimmers aboard stripe throughout The entire
was a little before most of our time that the famed and diving and who answer the NAS many and, since this la strictly an game.

'Gashouse Gang" of the New York Giants and St. Louis calL amateur event, all swimmers have

Cardinals was in action, but it might be an interesting note has Frank been McCaffrey appointed, baseball coach of coach the an equal chance to show their delatz Annapolis, new head(AFPS-Eddie football coachat Er-

to those who live by baseball that the immortal "Gang" will 950: Jax Navy team, but he needs wares. the U. S. Naval Academy, has
lake to the field again at New York's Polo Grounds July 30. the support of base personnel. Interested personnel can contact chosen two assistants, both professIonal -
Pitching duels between Carl Hubbell and Dizzy Dean were This .U a big undertaking and either Lcdr. Joe Williams or Lt. gridders with no pre
an "all hands" effort is needed. Dick Garver at Physical Training/ vious coaching experience. Lennie
the from 1933 to 1937 and again the two boys will be
rage Any officer or man who has had building 930. Slated events include: Eshmont, former Fordham and
pn the mound. It's to be a three-inning exhibition game made experience in organizing and directing 1500: meter swim; 200 meter freestyle Giant backfield star, and Don

up of all old timers and will be played preceding the regular such an event 19 neededto ; 3 meters springboard; 400 Clark, University of Southern --u:
game between the Gians and Cards. Dean and Hubbell were help lay the groundwork meter free style; 100 meter backstroke California tackle in the 1948 -
the tournament.Once ; 200 meter breast stroke} Rose Bowl game, have. both re,
both greats of their day and possibly a few of today's hurlers selected a lot of hard work 800 meter free style; 100 meter signed from the San Francisco "'
Could learn something from two of baseball's stars of the will be necessary to put the local free style and 300 meter Individ- Forty Niners to take their new

past. mermen in shape for the meet ual medley swim. jobs.JAX .

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'" 7 July 1950 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven\)



.,;. \11I'

.. II Bnsebnllers Fall Before .j

; City Foe filter 6 Siroighlj

. X After piling up six straight victories, their longest win

A newcomer to the NAS links .wny streak of the season; Jax-Navy's diamondeers dropped a 5-2 j

was Capt. Allen Smith Chief of decision to the R C. Motors in a City League encounter Wed. :.
Staff of Fleet Air Jax, who play- V at nesday'night at Glen Myra Park.
ed one of his first rounds with Wednesday nights ..
Iray was a
Comdr. Peltier and Comdr. Gage. strike-out duel between Navy's hits. I

The Captain was impressed with Gus Gushanas and Motors' Dick //8 Becker gave way to Jake Duvall
the condition of the course and
Halter who each struck out 17 '
in the 7th with the locals behind
due credit should be
given to batsmen The loss
opposing drop-
3-2. Keith Churchill out
Chief George Chief Foulk Chief ped Jax-Navy into third place banged
Reed and their crew for puttingthe in City league second half stand- his first homer of the season in '

course in tip-top shape. ings. Navy's top half of the ninth to tie
Finalists in all flights of the
station championship represented The loss to R. C. Motors may it up 3-3. ..

various departments here. Cecil prove costly to the locals as Mhiffs 8 of 10 f:
catcher Stinson suffered
._ Cove Field two placed the three Fleet three men. Green Medical injured Harry hand in the 7th frame.an Jax really went to town in its 1

Extent of his injury was not half of the 10th when nine men '
one, and NAS two men in the
<"" known definitely at press time crossed the 6 hits to
finals ",'>"' 4P," ",w.,1d.4Q.fr' '''' W. plate on
: .
_... ___ :.._ -".___ _.__ .___n___-____ _____ I few but it days.is feared he will be out a Ice the game for the locals for

Now that school is out, the INTRA-MURAL ACTION Looks like they're doing the R. C. Motors got enough runs their third straight win. Jake
younger generation is taking over Charleston or something: doesn't it? It's a bit of action in an in the early innings to win the Duvall was credited with the win,
the course on special; days. Those intra-mural Softball fray here with Mac Murray of NARTU ret- game tallying two in the second whiffing 8 of the 10 men he facedin

showing potentialities are Larry ting back safely to second as Louis Ferraro of VP-5 attempts a and one more in the third, be- three frames.
Borries, Charlie Montgomery and putout Umpire Jim Murray on right, rets into the act as he signals fore Navy scored one in the For the second game with At-

Charlie Litkey. "safe." NARTU won the tilt, 118.Champion _.. __ _. -.- fourth. R. C came back with one lanta, Coach McCaffery chose i
i more tally in the fourth and' southpaw Gus Gushanas, who has

Bill McWilliams, Bill Foulk wound up their scoring with a seen a lot of action both in the
and Leo Marchel played in one Tony Grego single marker in the seventh left field and on the mound. Gus
of the South's best tournamentsat Jax-Navy scored their other run allowed only 3 hits and gave up
Brunswick Ga. over the recent in the seventh frame. one run, in the second inning. Of
long week-end. Foulk tallieda R. C. Motors garnered 10 hits the 27 men who faced him. Gush-

304 for 10th place in a off Gushanas.while Halter yielded anas fanned 17, bringing his record -
food In Golf .
field 0 entries. McWilliams Upset TourneyTony but six hits to the Navy. to 5 wins against 6 losses .

scored 311 for 17th place, while The locals returned home June Making their second appearance
Marchel entered in the first in the City League the NAS
I Station links champion for the past two 28 boasting two wins over the
flight, won his first match and Atlanta General Depot, 12-3 and diamondmen trounced Downing
dropped his second one-up. years, was dethroned this week by Wright North who came 7-1 In their City League fray 9 last Thursday night.

.. on to cop a four-up victory in a semi-finals match. aalnflt Downing" last- Thursday Navy tagged lanky Jim Tannerfor
Mrs. Alice Lusk is showing the locals came coo on top of- a 22 hits, including homers by
much enthusiasm over being Grego, normally a par shooter, Charlie Robertson won over hitting carnival 16-9 and edged pitcher Chuck Webb and shortstop
president of the officers wives posted a 77 while North shot a "Doc" Lyons on the 19th hole to Hardage and Sons in a City Lea- I Junior Henry. Webb's round trip-

golf club group. Shirley Rixey two over par 74 to move into the pit him against Sy Sicard forthird gue fray 3-1 SundayFriday's per came in the fifth with no ore
came up to the 9th hole with a finals North will meet the winnerof flight honors. Sicard dumpedBill with aboard. Henry's four-bagger was
short putt for 41 last week miss- the Andy Conner-Leo Marchel Harkins 4 and 2 in a match been postponed game and Terminalhas will be In the sixth with the packs loaded.
ed and took a disastrous 43 match later this week for the cov- last week. The locals scored in
played at a later date. Sunday every inning-
--- --- -
Mrs. A. B. Conner and Mrs. Zeig- eted crown. with the
afternoon Navy will tangle with exception of the 1st and
.. ler scored'birdie 3's on No 4 hole In the consolation flight Stu At Home the Waycross Atlantic Coast the 7th. Four runs crossed the
.'. by holing out a 30-yard chip shot Reed and Dave Henderson share ITars Line's nine in an exhibition game plate in the second and sixth with

recently. so. the spotlight. They will tee-off for charity at Jacksonville Beach. two in the third fourth, ninth
later this week to decide the consolation -
and in
one the fifth and eighth.
Caddie SundayJacksonville's WIn Two At Atlanta
"Honor a golf movie prize."Slammin'.
starring Bob Hope and Bing I Navy tallied! nine runs in the Garner 22 lilts
Sam Horton the
. Crosby along with Byron Nelson I Tars take on the top half of the 10th inning of their Webb, going the distance for
In the
and Ben Hogan will be shown at only downed southpaw Charlie Weiss 3 and 2 in Columbia Reds in the second ofa first game with Atlanta General Navy allowed 9 runs on 11 hits
Mainside Auditorium Saturday I four-game home set tonight at Depot to give them a 12-3 win. gave up 7 bases on balls and
week while Bruce
their match
, and Sunday evenings. Truly a !Weber Andy Leschak one- 2015 at the Myrtle Avenue ball With Bob Becker starting on the gained 15 strikeouts. Jim Tanner,
movie worth seeing golfers and dumped will park.The. mound for Navy, the Navy man- Downing pitcher was charged with
Horton and Weber tangle
; non-golfers alike will see what i up. present home stand will aged to push 2 runs on 3 hits the loss, giving up 16 runs on 22
: this week for the first flighthonors.
the champions and celebrities do close with a single scheduled across in 8 innings of play, while hits
I .
right and wrong. game Sunday with the Colum the Atlanta nine scored 3 runs on4Man -x-
Etiquette a most important The second flight championshipis bians.
factor on the links which can'tbe ..1 strictly a Cecil Field affair as Manager Dale Alexander's
talked about enough, will be .Tom Hillis and Gerald Busbee, charges go on the road after Sun- NamedTo
running high in this instructive I both stationed at Cecil reached day's tussle for about another LinksSquad

f' movie. For those on the course i the finals. To reach the finals week before returning to the
Sunday afternoon "Honor Cad- : Hillis defeated Charlie Miller 2 home bailiwick July 14 to opena
die" will be shown in the golf I and 1 and Busbee downed Joe stand against the Savannah Indians -

shack at 1530. Bledsoe two-up. Carry NAS Title HopesThe

."Sir" said the maid quite

, O&G Clubs Still I haughtily "either you take your }mKs team to represent NAS Jacksonville in the District ,
Hospital arm from around my waist or keepit Golf Chamionship tournament at Pensacola July 23 has been selected -

still. I'm no banJo. following qualification matches completed last week. .

The four-man Team to carry

Lead Intra-Mural the banners of NAS at Pensacola
: { LeaguesIntramural includes Tony Grego, 1948-40

v station champ; Bill Foulk, Bill

softball play was hampered by rain last week with McWilliams and Wright North.

..o only two games being recorded, neither changing the American or Grego placed first in the field

.. National League standings. that was narrowed down to ten

FASron 109 dumped FAW-11, when qualification matches, got
7-1 in a game that put the service' &; R. Fifth place VF-171 was underway. In four matches he
shooting for a 500 of 5
nine in a tie for third average
posted 69-77-77-73 for a total of
pace with FAW-11 wins and :5 losses as they tangled 301
ran over with fourth place FASron 6 in
Ordnance and Gunnery
final Results of Bill McWilliams placed second
other Amer- Thursday's game.
FASron 6 in the only
these games will be published in in low score, shooting 79-76-75-78
ican League 8-4. to Increase
game next week's Air News for a final tally of 306.
to 10
their hold on first place
wins and one loss. Next Tuesday's games are: FAS- f S < 9 Finishing third was Bill Foulk
ron 109 vs. O &: R at Field No 3, { who carded a 77-81-80-76 for a
Eight games were scheduled and FASron 6 vs VP-3 at Field final score of 314.
'I Wednesday and Thursday in both 1N ?
No. 5.
Rounding out the foursome is
National League -
the American and
Here's the the Intra-Mural
Wright North who tallied 86-74-
First Lt. Division was slatedto softball standings looked as the } :
NARTU crucial 4 Y 82-85 for a 144-hole total of 327. a
meet In
a game News went to
Air pressAMUUCAV : (
for third place, in the National Leo Marchel finished just one
loop. : LtGUF.W.n: Lout R y 4 4 stroke behind North with a final

VF-13, fourth with OAt! . . .18 t y} score of 328. Marchel will serveas
sharing place flag '... ...... ... A E alternate for the four-man
1st Lt. in the National, was to attempt 'W-ll l '. ............. 7 3
to knock Security.from sec- }..n.. tOtt ............... 7 3 squad which will compete in the
ond place in *a Wednesday tilt .....,.. 6 .................. 5 4VF171 district tourney.
.................. 4 bt y. y nA'Y e Winners in the District meet at
and the PhotqLjtbjr I..tt. I .,. ... ...... 9
place, was trying for ::1-: Pensacola will advance into the
seasonal win. owf ,. 'Ii u.A.Gt'E.W. All-Navy finals to be played on
League leadirig H 4< ., & the same course later this month,
In the Americanron ." S SiPL rdFP3 The All-Navy finalists will then
109 tied for th compete in the AU-Service Golf
FAW-11, was to meet "" FLYING YANKEE Gerry Coleman, New York Yankee's tourney" to be staged the early

VP-3 yesteiday. Game of, t t ... II I second sacker takes to the air and fires to first to double up part of August at Fort Benning,
was yesterday tilt bctw e'! JOJO M Chlsox Gus Zernlal as Gerry Scala, sliding, is forced out in a Ga
place O & a and second place'O recent game at Comiskey Park. The Yanks took this one, 5-2. -x-

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Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 7 July. 1950_ ""J



Bulletin BoardThe Double room for rent, women
\ only. Miss L. Esnelling, 2743
Vernon Terrace. Pho. 5-3962.

following civil service ex- 6 room house for rent. Mrs. G,
aminations have been announced. r W. Cloud, 1167 Wolf St., Plv>. ...*.
Unless otherwise indicated, the 2-7204
examinations are unassembledand Business or working lady to share
no written tests required The : home. Murray Hill Mr. ,J. A.
necessary forms should be filed : Eckels. Pho. 2-3407, or NAS
in time to reach the appropriateoffice 41 ext. 763.Unfurn. .
as indicated in each announcement I apt. Mrs. M. Dinkins,
prior to the closing 4415 Melrose Ave. Apt 1.
dates specified. Apt. at 3560 Roosevelt Blvd. Call
L. I. Allied Development Co.
of all
Copies! announcementsare
or 4-3353, Jefferson Hotel.
posted! on the bulletin boardin I '..
5 room house Mrs. W. P. Knopp,
the local office of the Board of .
4511 Manchester Rd. Pho 8.
U. S. Civil Service Examiners, I 5659.

Building 907. All necessary forms 2 room apt. Mrs. S. B. Groves,
may also be obtained from this 4633 Wheeler St., Pho. 2-4275

office. Unfurn. room Mrs. Lee Schultz, t.
Stenographer and Typist, $2,450to 1447 Avondale Ave., Pho. 2..
$2,875 per annum No closing 5930. ,
j date. Written test is required. Small furnished house in trailer
J Fila application with U. S. Civil park. Mrs. Cheshire, Pho. 8..
Service Commission Washington 5127, after 1730.
25 D. C.Accountant. I Unfinished garage apt. Mrs.

and Auditor (Public i, George Sheffield, 4346 Shirley
Accountant) $3,825 to $6,400'' Ave., Pho. 2-3146.

per annum. No closing date. File MIDSHIPMEN RELAX-Taking a few minutes "break" after arriving via the !Mars here last Apartment, Mrs. Turch, River
application with U. S. Civil Serv- Saturday for a two-day visit, these Naval Academy midshipmen get oriented on NAS by reading the side., Pho. 2-7396
ice Commission Washington 25. : Jax Air News. 3 bedroom house for rent, Orte. ,
DC. i ga. Completely furnished. Mrs.
Printer ( keyboard William Marsh, 4355 Baltic St.. '
Monotype Dill Now
operator and slug machine oper- This Guy Didn't I Tricky QuickyDonny i Pho. 9-4246.
ator), $2.38 per hour. No closing Small cottage and garden space.
date. File application with U. a! Safeguard Codes is twice as old as Mrs. Norman Alvis Rt. 4, Bo:

Civil Service Commission Washington Like Our Pun Washington (API'S President Cedric. Donny's age multipliedby 474, Jax, Pho. 2-4742.
25 D. C. itself and the result addedto Room for gentleman. Private
Clever people, these Jax Air Truman has signed a bill designed Cedric's age multiplied by home. Nice section of town.
Librarian, $3,100 per annum. News readers Note the way to safeguard the secerecy of America's itself gives the result "245. Mrs. Stipp, Pho. 2-3420.
Written test is required. No clos- this guy offers criticism code messages.The I How old is Donny FOR SALE .. ::
ing date. File application with Memorandum measure provides! a $10- I 3 I bedroom brick house. Equity ,
Civil Service Commission, Wash- From-Mr. Wolf, Blond Tender 000 fine or ten years In prison for TRICKY QUICKY 1700 for 1075. Chief Hollaway,
ington 25. D. C. first class, USN. anyone found guilty of disclosing ANSWER 1738 Sefa Circle West., Lake
Insert and Rodent Control Aide To-Jax Air News, NAS. Jax. information about the Govern 'PlOSJ8 Shore. Ext. 376.
$2,450 to $3.825 per annum. No SubJ.-Definition: of wolf, correction ment's cryptographic messages ,f .1 SI! XUUOQ- MiUV I MISCELLANEOUSBaby
closing date. File application with of. The measure is Intended to sitter, Carol Dodson, 1211. V .
Secretary, Board of U. S. Civil Ref.:-Jax Air News, June 29, guard: B Hancock St., ext 556.
Service Examiners, Federal Security page 3, first col., 7th para. 1. Information that this coun- Marine Pilot Sets Car keys lost between dispensaryand
Agency: Public Health 1-Jax Air News printed the try has broken the secret codes !' Adm. Bldg., L. N. Wolter,
Services Communicable Diseases definition of wolf i i Ext. 741.
a as a of another nation. | Down Plane Without AN.
Center 605 Volunteer Building,
guy who takes out a Driving to Youngstown, Ohio
{ Atlanta Georgia. sweater girl and then triesto 2. Information that would per- .I about July 14. Can take one or
Insect and Rodent Control Specialist pull the wool over her mit a foreign government to read 1 I Breaking An Egg two passengers to share expenses -
$3.825 to $7,600 per annum. eyes. secret United official States. messages of the Many a pilot has boasted he could Call Planey, ext. 8184.
No closing! date. File with Secre- Corrections on the above ___ I set his plane down_ without break- Wanted: Driver to drive car to
tary, Board of U. S. Civil Serv- definition of a wolf is as ing an egg. But few ever have I Tucson. Arizona. O. B. Moore,
ice Examiners, Federal Security follows: Five Brothers ServeIn proved the point. I Ext. 408 or 8-2357 after Sat. '
Agency: Public Health Services A wolf is a guy who takes I Wanted: Daily ride from Murray '
Communicable Diseases Center. out a sweater girl and Now there's a Marine pilot who Hill near corner of College!( &
605 Volunteer Building, Atlanta, then tries to sweater! Uncle Sam's Navy can. And he's about as surprised Talbot. Working hours 0730 to
Georgia. I as anyone at his feat. In fact, the 1600 Mrs. J. L. Spamm, Pho.
Lo AnX't'J.I"'s( ). He's not I incident also proved another 2Or)25.Floating.
Highway Engineer and Bridge 11 Doctor: And theie' really no : an official recruiter, but Sam thing-that a bird can fly beforeit's --x----
Engineer, $4,600 to $5.400 per annum reason to worry about that habit I Kronenberger can be thanked by been hatched.It's .
Jobs are in Washingtonand I the I like this:
few outsideU of talking to yourself. supplying some man
country-wide a
; I After Col. W. H. USMC.
S No closing date. File appli- Patient: Perhaps not, but I'm power. Miller United
Service Sam Jr recently was sworn into set his transport down at the
cation with U. S. Civil
Commission. Washington 25, D. C. such a bore. II the Navy. When he did so, he ,I rine Corps Air Station, El Nations Is Plan .
-x-- joined four brothers already on ac following a round trip flight Ma-I i
"But, sir I can't be transferred.I'm tive duty I San Diego, crewmen
New Weapons next on the list for "Forever i The senior Kronenberger la a I sparrow perched on the Of Newscaster
.t; I Amber." retired chief gunner which may blade. Then they saw another I
"What You mean you're her have had something to do with his I I bird. By Armed Forces Press Service .
Devised To Drivel husband?" *recruiting success Closer inspection disclosed the A new u.e for the Navy's moth'.
-- -- I birds' rest-complete with egg- balled battleships has been ad.
I on top of No. 14 cylinder. It was vanced in an unusual proposal!
Subs Off The Seas partially protected from the slip- made by Lowell Thomas noted
stream bv a half-inch "lead" line. Columbia Broadcasting System

W".hlntonFPS/ ( ). Developments The birds' home was made of newscaster.
lie just ahead which straw, medical gauze, aircraft Speaking at Olivet College
will enable the, U. S. to "drive safety wire cord, and small Michigan, Thomas suggested the
submarines off the seas," Rear I pieced of Marine dungarees. battleships be remodeled to establish *
Adm. C. B. Momsen, recently told ., -yUsed- a mobile capital for the
membersof I'I'I f United Nations serving as float. +
I a meeting of Washington Iodine To ing headquarters for the Inter- .
the Society of American Military : ,Z
Y 1.k"y national body. The floating head
Engineers. | Purify Water quarters would thus be able to
I Adm. Momsen, inventor of the move to any part of the glob
famous submarine escape device. | Washington (AFPSThe military with an impartial rotation Thom.
I the Momsen Lung, is Assistant | use of a standard iodine as ;,red. '
I. Chief of Naval Operations for Undersea compound for individual disinfec Should such a headquarters be
Warfare. j tion of drinking water in canteen established Thomas suggested,
lie said the most serious prob- /I quantities has been recommendedas the UN permanent buildings be.
I lent In anti submarine warfare the result of a recent joint ing built in New York City would
I concern the fact that submarines Army-Navy research'project at continue to be utilized for lesser ;
I run fire target-Making and pat-1 I Majuro Atoll in the Marshall Islands committees. y
f ,
tern-weaving missiles from dUtances ( Pacific. In
1 It's A Gyp EgyptCairo
Medical research office have
beyond the range at which
l NhinV listening deilce' \ ran detect I found that compounds| releasingfree Fgpt (AFPS).Theie I.a Is
the presence of mibmarlnc I I iodine In concentrations of bill pending (Jn Egypt which, If ,j
eight parts 1,000,000 were passed, will prevent women from I
"I have reason to believe that per *
I the solution of this problem is just I highly effective disinfecting agents associating with men at beaches v Sand '
ahead, and if my prediction is correct Hj and produced no III effects in swimming pools, will force \\,
submarining will become a among personnel' using water. them to be fully clothed from ."'..
l mighty dangerous business," Adm I If IL1 thus treated. head to toe with exception of \
Momsen said. I I Lt Although iodine had been used hands and face, and will ban them
"Our most serious problem in1 previously for disinfecting water, from walking arm-in-arm with
anti-submarine warfare revcves'about no conclusive studies had been recorded men. Furthermore, another bill
this question of range of ; ? as to its toxicity when would prevent them from wearliiij
detection," he added. "We have a : consumed in diluted amounts by low-neckline evening gowns an.i
large number of research projects! I humans over an extended period force them to abstain from alcoholic
which deal with it. Until it Is jL of time In a tropical climate. drinks.

solved, we will be certaJn to lose ,
heavily against enemy submarines.On Home t
the other hand, if we do solve _____ Send Your Jax Air News \1
it. we will be able to drive submarines y x Yi4C
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off the seas.
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I V. S. Transfers Ships + FROM:.. ,. "' TWO

I To Netherlands Navy CENT

." Boston (AFPS) The United fit' STAMP
I States has turned over to the R :

Royal Netherlands Navy two de ,
... ,t stroyer escorts, the first Navy
r... warships to be transferred under
.. the mutual defense assistance pro-
gram Ships transferred were the FORE!-"Heads up there", says Lt. (Jg) George II, Dangle-
\ I U.S.S. Burrows and the U.SS. < man of NARTU as he tries out some golf equipment at the Navy i
Rinehart, which were taken from !, Exchange. The Navy Exchange features a host of sporting good P M'1' s aw
Atlantic Fleet service at Green equipment, covering golf, tennis, badminton, Softball, and other I .v t
'ttl Cove Springs, Fla. plus goods fur the fisherman and vacationist, all at reasonable
I -x prices. a

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Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet. Air Wing; 11

'72 r y.a 1v 'r,. : !;
Two Reserve ,. tr'.k': Beneficial Suggestion i iPloque

, units" Train $ :s w.ai Put On Display !

With Wing 11 (, .z NAS Jax Plays Big RoleIn

Fleet Air Wing Eleven will Navy's Gain Of AwardThe

__ serve as host for reserve
squadrons VP-661 and FAS- Achievement Plaque issued to the Navy Department

Ron 665 during the period by the National Association of Suggestion Systemfor

. ... outstanding beneficial suggestion participation duringthe
from July 24 to August 5, at
which time the Reserve outfits year 1949 has arrived at NAS for a four-day display at

will be based at NAS Jack- the various departments.
The plaque is being forwardedto
sonville for training.Both .
all Navy activities for displayand j
School Patrol
w.v will be in the Public Works Boy
of the visiting squadrons Overhaul and Repair and Supplyand
are normally based at NAS An. Fiscal Departments of the
acostia. station for display this week, Enjoying Week'sCamping J
Equipped with PBY "Catalina" The plaque was presented to
. patrol planes, VP-661 will be pri- Rear Admiral W. M. Hague J
I Here
marily concerned with anti-sub- rr :j s Chief, Office of Industrial Relations ,

marine warfare training during Washington, during the annual

its stay in. Jacksonville. nn.mm..__ _._ ... __",_ .__ conference of the National I Rain hampered activities
Patrol Squadron 5 of Fleet Air I DISPLAY PLAQUE-Capt. Douglas T, Day NAS.y"Commanding I Association of Suggestions Sys- I planned for the Jacksonville ;
r Wing 11 will as host squadron j tems held I
serve Ohio
$, in School Boy Patrol encampedthis
665 Officer, right, and John W Carson, left, Industrial Relations officer
for VP-661. FASRon. October 1949.During .
which will be the guest of FAS- and chairman of the station's beneficial suggestion program, display week at the Naval Air ;
the Achievement Award Plaque issued to the Navy for out the calendar year 1948 Station, but it has not t.
Ron 109, will support VP-661 dur- Navy employees submitted 38,673
standing beneficial suggestion participation during the year 1918.
the training cruise. ened their spirits
ing accordingto
NAS Jax participation in the program played a major role in suggestions. Of this number, 10-
Two other Reserve squadrons, 870 of these Police Sgt. Thomas A. Parker
the Navy's acquiring the plaque which is now on display at the suggestions were -
VP-831 and FASRon 830 of New various departments. adopted and awards totaling who is in charge of the
York, are scheduled to train at I
$$270,668 was paid to the sug- visitors.This .
NAS Jacksonville late in September.
From these ideas submitted
I gesters. -
Commander :Fleet Air Wing I the Navy realized a savingof year the number of boys
11 will act as training coordinator CupL Shin Tolies Over 8818396.00 during the first attending the camp has been cut I:
for all the visiting outfits. year's use of the suggestions. This from an expected 400 to about I
_'X_ 130. the full I
record was achieved by Navy em- Although number of
ployees in all parts of the world applicants were filled, Sgt. Parker -
741 Seamen I! As New NABTU Chief who through their initiative, ingenuity reports that last minute with
alertness and desire to drawals cut the expected list.

improve Navy operations, ex- The boys arrived at the Naval
Take Tough Becoming the second man to command the Jacksonville pressed their ideas as beneficial I Air Station around noon Monday.

I Naval Air Reserve Training Unit since its commissioning in suggestions.. I They were welcomed on behalf ;
Ii[ April 1946, Capt. Raymond Neil Sharp assumed his duties of the commanding officer by
ExamsMonths Ideas Adopted Here Capt Charles A. Wittmar
'.- Navy 1', as head of the locally based unit last Thursday. NAS employees may take pridein station chaplain. After registering .i

I He fills: the post recently vacated I I this achievement by the Navy they were provided with ;
of cramming and I by Capt. Frederic W. Priest- nessee, Capt. Sharp entered the Department as they contributed identification badges and divided !
onto man who was transferred to dutyin Naval Academy in 1926 and was 584 suggestions during 1948. A into five platoons. 1
studying was put paper 'he office of the Chief of Na commissioned Ensign in 1930. His
total of 229 suggestions were In charge of every platoon is a
here as 252 men and women val Operations on May 17. first duty upon graduation was adopted during that period and chief petty officer who is assist t
of NAS and 189 men of the' From War CollegeA aboard the battleship USS New U'." suggesters were paid a totalof ed by officers of the School Boy

fleet units completed examinations graduate of the United States York. train- 10.0'>000 in awards. The station Patrol assigned by Sgt. Parker.
In 1931 he entered
for advancement to'' Naval Academy, Capt. Sharp re- ing at NAS Pensacola, Fla. and reports that these 229 adopted The overall operation is being
ports to NARTU from the Naval ideas would result in an an- handled bv Chief Peter Tortoriciof
Pay Grade E-4 Monday. War College in Newport, R. I., was designated a Naval Aviatorin nual saving of 27290650. the Public Information Office.
This was the first In. the serIesof where he studied Advanced Log- June 1932. His first aviation Considerable progress was For the most part the uniformof
Navy-wide exams which replace istics for the past year.A duty was in fighter squadron VF2 made in the stations' suggestion the day has been raincoats.One .
the former area-conducted native of Johnson City, TenCaptain aboard the USS Lexington program during 1949 when a total of the chief diversions enjoyed -
examinations. Results of these where he served for three years. of 669 ideas were presentedas by the boys during the
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tests will not be known until He next became member of pa- suggestions. This meant that heavy rains is swimming. How.
about two months hence. trol squadron VP-2 and served this is
for every 100 employees during ever activity carried out
Examinations for pay grade E-5 with it for two years in Coco 1949 13.2 per cent participated I m the Navy's indoor pool, with
I petty officer second class) will Solo, Canal Zone.In in the NAS program. This was I life guards keeping watch.
\ e given Monday, July 17, and I oeu' a 1937 he reported to the light an excellent achievement for the Movies ever night and sports
, examinations for pay grade E-6 cruiser USS Brooklyn where he station as all information published sandwiched in between showersis
) (petty officer first class) are served as Senior Aviator and concerning the operation of a keeping the youngsters busy
scheduled for Monday July 24. I' then to the carrier USS Enter- and
suggestion program indicate thata happy. The youngest patrolman
Seamen or those holding equiv prise which he left in 1940 to 10 per cent participation is in- is 10 years old, with an average
alent rates throughout the Naval become Training Officer at the (Continued on Page 3)) i age of 12 predominating.
fighter operational training baseat .
service are keeping their fingers -- - -
crossed awaiting the results of NAS Opa Locka at Miami, Fla.
.' the two-part tests which covered Served Under Clarke
-') both military and professional He left Miami in 1943 to become ,
aspects. Assistant; Air Officer aboardthe ( <
The new system is "designed to carrier Yorktown, where he VgtZ< \ Aa4
provide a controlled system by i was promoted to Commander in

f which each and every enlisted 1943 and then became the car 1 j i irier's C a .
'''" person will have recurrent opportunities navigator. I r n
'r to compete for advancement In 1944 he was transferred to1
in the individuals 'I' the staff of Carrier Division

chosen field of work. under Rear Admiral J. J.I
The examinations will be given "Jocko" Clarke where he
twice yearly, with BuPers con- as Operation Officer. In July
trolling the number of advance- he returned to shore duty as Executive -
Officer of NAS Patuxent ;
ments, by rates and pay grades.
replacing the former system of Sharp River, Md.After .
commanders having suchhsnntrol serving as Operations Officer
area Carrier Di-
on the staff of
based upon vision 13, he was assigned as Di-
made The to determining them by BuPers.factor in advancing No Jax Air News rector of Armament Test and left

that in April, 1948 to become
candidates is the
,, relative eligible qualifications of each For Next 2 WeeksThere Executive Officer of the USS Mid-
candidate. (Continued on Page 2)
advance will be no Jax Air
Commanding officers may
enlisted personnel to all News published during the final Here's"WhafYou FindIn
CPO I two weeks in July
petty officer ratings (except )
With the staff of the Air r w A
result of service-wide tests on i
as Air News
authority from the Naval i News taking a two-week leave, Today's

specific Examining Center, Norfolk, Va., i beginning Friday, the scheduled Breezes Page 4 \kL'x
editions of July 20 and 27
where examination papers are Ii will be missing from the scene. Can't-Helo-Its Page 4
mechanically graded I However personnel can still Classified Bulletin Page 8
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--x---- CPO Notes Page :3
with news of the station
Turks Train on U. S. Subs* keep up Dental Dept -... Page :3
by reading a specially GAIN GOOD CONDUCT l\UUALS-Conldr.: Francis T. Butters .Ji i
New rxMulon, (:'onn. (-\I"I'S- edition Korean Story Page 8 I
The Navy U training{ 91 Turkish prepared which mimeographed will be distributedin NARTU Notes Page 2 commanding officer of PAS Ron 109, pins the food conduct ;
. Navy men at the base her to takeover the same manner as the Recreation Ashore Page 2 medal on James F. Lescarbeau, ALAN, while Leonard C. Graham .
the Bluebird, one 'of the Jax Air News, during the two Sports' Pages 6, 7 AME1: awaits his medal The two enlisted men reretv< the' -I I
:3 medals in meritorious mast in the squadron's hangar: .
Navy's latest type submarine rescue weeks leave period. Theatre Guide ? Page ceremony -
ahlpa Tricky Quick Page :3 area. :'

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Report From Washington

Jax Air News New WO's) to t be Assigned to Fill VacanciesArmy's

Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air Honor
Station. Jacksonville, Fla. System For Prisoners Proves SuccessBy

Capt. Douglas T. Day NAS.._.'..h Jacksonville. ......--.--................Commanding Officer Appointment Armed! Forces Tress of the Service its application to the lives of the men and
processing 931 temporary -
Comdr. Porter F. Bedell_ ._.___Executive Officer economical from the standpoint of the Army
warrant officers named June '
on 20 includedthe and the taxpayer. ..... ,
Fleet Air; JacksonvilleRear signing by each of a category statement
Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery____..______Commander callingfor three years of active duty unless *
Fleet Air Wing Eleven sooner discharged. No physical examinationwas Marine enlisted men will be permitted to wear

Capt. George C. Montgomery_..._ Commander required.. cither the old-type coat-style jacket or the

Comdr. Charles Robertson ... .__.. .. --.........___.__Chief Staff Officer The new warrants will remain assigned to newer "battle-type"" jacket next fall when they
Naval present organizations until the Defense Department revert to "greens, according to a recent Ma-
-for warrants in the United States and rine Corps Memorandum. The directive re-em-
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton .___ _Commanding Officer overseas commanders them- phasizes previous instructions to commanding
Capt. Guy E. Stahr __.._ ____Executive Officer to appropriate can vacancies.reassign individually officers prescribing the optional wear of the

NARTU two jackets, and pointed out that "large num-

Comdr. John S. Barleon, Jr-----------.._.... ."_ .... Commanding Officer The Army has approved the opening of 62 bers" of the old-type jacket "all sizes, Including
Organized Reserve Corps Schools throughoutthe special sizes, are on hand and available."

Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration United States to open between October 1, Commanding officers were instructed to per
building Phone extension 8184. 1050 and January 1, 1051. They will be opera- mit enlisted men to wear the coat-style jacketon
Editor-Andrew H. Planey ted by Reserve personnel with the assistanceof liberty and for such other local uses as

Staff Members "ob Joyce, JOSN, and Shirley Ritoch, SN. Senior Army Instructors.The may be prescribed."

The JAX AIR NEWS; tl published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station. Army's training plan is designed to offer .
Jacksonville. Florida, and printed commercially with non-appropriated fundsat a maximum number of volunteer Reservists Written professional examinations for En-
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35. Rev progressive branch and
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station, the training:, an opportunity signs due for promotion during 1951, except
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, and to maintain and expand their military education those commissioned from the Naval Reserve
the heSJ'i ri.I Officer Training Corps sources and non-mili-
NEWS Reproduction
Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. *
of material from these sources must bear a credit line. Republlcaticnof tary graduates appointed directly from a civilian -
other matter, sentry publications Is prohibited without permissionof After one year's operation, the Army's honor status, will be held during November or
Editor JAX AIR NEWS. I system has proven a big success. Some 300 December 1950.
.Army prisoners have served their sentences In of will
Ensigns the excepted categories be --I
AN EDITORIAL I a prison based solely on the honor system since examined in the spring of 1951 after the re- ,
April, 1949, at Ford Meade, Md. Over 200 of sults of selectlon-for-retentlon as Regular Navy I
I this number have been rehabilitated and returned officers are known. The provisions and scope ":
Signs Of Times Point To Bright to full duty status. of the examinations are contained in Bureau
The system has been termed Intelligent in Pers. Circular Letters 178-49 and 209-49. I

Future For Young JournalistsIf WeekendWineTafk I' I

you are one of the critical readers of newspapers who

feel, and rightfully so in many cases, that you could do a 'Nole. .

better job of writing material you see in print, then you have

the opportunity to do just that-right now. from ,

The Jax Air News staff has been seriously depleted in past ,

weeks and in spite of repeated calls for help, none has materialized. I
Specifically the Air News is in dire need of a full time sports writer MIKTUVMF141 .\
but any! type of writer, from feature to straight news stories, is I VISIT THE REI SHIELD CLUB "
desired.There. I OV-:U I1KACII' AM AIRBUS
Things are buzzing
manent appointments' well deserved STATION
are undoubtedly many rated and non-rated men aboard around VMF-144 and out of the -
this station who have the ability and drive to be a good newsman buzzing sounds you can often hear The following new men were Open 0930-2330 Dally

but who are hesitant to volunteer because of lack of previous train- El Toro, Los Angeles, Laguna welcomed into the squadron this

ing. Beach If we didn't know that the weekend: Jack W. Miller, SR; FRIDAY, JULY 14
Opportunity to Learn Basic Principles main topic of conversation was Glendon James, AN; Carol A. 1930, Miniature Golf, transportation -

News writing is a mechanical function, and just as in other about annual maneuvers one would Guann, ADE3, and Edward O. deck and partners. In the club,
scuffleboard and
think all of the squadron has Brehme, SR ping pong
general service ratings there are rules and specified methods to tournament.
follow in obtaining results. These rules and methods, when learned, turned tourist. The only trouble Squadron :t(. looking SATURDAY JULY 15
about going to California at this The is
is forwardto
provide the foundation upon which, as the writer progresses,
House snack bar
Open specials
time is that it's 3,000 miles closerto a"ery successful cruise in
built the man's proficiency and own individual style of composition. 2000-2300 Dance. Outdoor
Korea Norfolk program -
The Jax Air News has been consistently rated as one of the bestof the last part of August. Check bulletin board.SUNUA1' .
We have heard from
fairly reliable Thirty-three officers and fifty-
many service papers. In fact in news coverage and style of presentation that enlisted JULY 16
sources Congressman eight have
men indicated
it could be compared to a metropolitan paper. 0900-1200, Java Time and church
George Smathers is planning to go they will be aboard.Lt. .
Where then is there better to learn the basic call. 1400-1600 Home town time.
a opportunity on annual maneuvers with VMF- Leon E. Whiteman, Lt (jg) ,
rules of one of the most interesting and timely jobs in the Navy 144. The newly elected Senator John A Morton, and Lt (jg) Ga- Make a long distance call homeat
today? served with the Marines In World briel J. Gamaohe have volunteeredfor our expense. 1730-1800, Ves-
The journalist corps of the Navy numbers less than two hun- War II and is anxious to get his one year's active duty In ans- per music. 1800-1900 Dutch treat
dred rated and non-rated graduates of the Navy journalistic schoolat hand back in the Corps. He will wer to the Navy's request for supper. 1900-2230, Visit Awhile, .
Great Lakes, Ill. be a welcome addition for us. He volunteers from the Naval Re- television, music, newest maga-
Although( perhaps the smallest branch of general service rat- has quite a bit of experience as serve. zines, games and good friends.

ings in the Navy, the journalist corps is performing a vital function, an Ordnance Officer.PERSONNEL Paul R. Anderson, Jr., ADE2, 1900 MONDAY, JULY Wheels 17 Club
that of Navy Public Relations.Not PERSONALS married Miss Lola Jane Cook re Singing ,
to air cooled rink.
Too Late to Change Over cently. Understand they are living transportation ..
Because of the scarcity of enlisted journalists, few Navy scribesare The stork flew low and landed at in Orlando. In the club, recorded plays, Broad-

assigned permanent billets aboard ships. They are instead TSgt. Robert L. William's houseon Lcdr. Walter Morris really does way hits.
attached to Flag and District Public Information offices where their June 20th making him the know the dogs. The other nighthe TUESDAY JULY 18 .
abilities can best be utilized. proud father of a fine baby boy bet on one dog In each of Request program. Junior Hostess
Almost a prequisite for enlisted men desiring the twelve week named Robert L., Jr. Mania and three races and each dog came party at minature golf course.
intensive training at Great Lakes school of journalism is previous Papa are reported doing OK. in last! Transportation
and of the best of I Last week out the WEDNESDAY, JULY 19
experience in the newspaper field, one ways they brought ----------
obtaining needed experience is working for a station newspaper band and under the pressure of a 1900-2330, Ahoy, DREAM BOAT3
namely the JAX AIR NEWS. little "Shipping Over Music," Sgt. Capf. Sharpway. hour cruise on the St. Johns

The journalist corps and editors of station newspapers are well John Alexander re-enlisted. River. Plenty of partners, orchestra ,
aware that enlisted men in essential and critical ratings such as ffc. Hoyt B. Simms signed up for dancing, and good food. Sign .
electronics and other technical jobs cannot be spared by the Navy life in the field of matrimony, he From the Midway Captain up nowl
and therefore are ineligible to either strike for or change their ratesto married the lovely Mildred Jean- Sharp was selected to receive Please check bulletin board.
journalist. ette Thomas at the Riverside advanced training in Naval Log Plenty of outdoor programs com-
However, there arc many rates in the Navy which are far in Primitive Baptist Church on the istics and ordered to the Naval ing up. You may check out swimming -
excess of complement where men are not being fully utilized and 10th of June. VMF-144 wishes War College. trunks, cameras, picnic. and
where there is a wealth of talent and ability that could conceivablybe them luck and happiness. sports equipment.
used. Presently they can be used by the Jax Air News and in The following named men have -
the future in the Navy's growing public information just completed their basic training .. "'" Y-
as journalists Ii ,. ,"" ;-r ,, r: .
program. under the able instruction of ,' ,. .,, .,'.t.f.' ,,!,. '. ,:! <, .. .. + "" ,
< '
These men, who are really interested in journalism, who wanta 1st Lt. Henry von Der Hyde and [, -'/","< :': < ."' ."".,. ( ,t....''". ,v '\.,1 '\' :,>", ',.. t""' ..)'t.. '' tii'; tt.
work his staff .;, ,v .1', "" '. '" "
career in the exciting and stimulating realm of newspaper : Pfc. Gordon Armodl ," /' ". : ; "" >'t.t 1>: ", Wi'i'>': ; "
should contact the editor of the Air News for further informationand Bass, Tfc. Paul P. Bass, Pvt. Clif- : .", :: : v'
help in becoming Navy journalists. ford E. Smith, Pvt. Leon J. McConnell : :, : : <. < ;+:: \ !
Pvt. Carl Taylor McKenny /, ,,, : ( "
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Pvt. Jack W Markle, Pvt. "f.if
Carl F. Kautz, Pvt. Alex J. Econ- : : :: :. ::, :)
Weekend Warriors Get
3 omon, Pvt. Samuel C. MUler, and I ': :

Pvt. Dave F. Wallace. if : .r

; Chance For Ensign RankThree Lt.45 days Jean active W. Owen duty with has MART goneon !:, .

Com. He will really be salty after > ".' H "
f.r/1\ "
"Weekend Warriors" of Jacksonville's Naval Air Reserve all that time, but we will! take it ,

!. Training nit all qualified for officer training under a program out of him. f "

open to members of the Naval Air Reserve, have departed for Naval The following k s w

f Reserve Officers Candidate School at Newport, Rhode Island. VP-741 pilots
have recently been made PPCs-
The three young men are Joseph Patrol Plane Commanders, that is: --I
B. Cook, of 2731 Fieldstone missions. Thos desiring Naval flight Avia- Lt. (Jg) John A, Morton, Lt. (jg)

f Y.ane, Jacksonville; Wayne Mc- .. training may become Richard L. Oreair, Lt. Elbert L. ... ..
tion Cadets and enter flight train-
Call who lives at 1457 San Marco Murphy, Lt. (jg) Edwin P. Bar-
at NAS Pensacola college
Blvd., Jacksonville; and Chester ing ; ranger, Lt. (Jg) George R. Frost,
i t, Morris, Jr., of 1227 N.W. 4th students may enter the Naval Re- Lt. (jg) Robert E. Lambert, Lt. r}Ya
Candidate mentioned -
serve program (jg) Sylvester J. Mehringer
situdents above; and once each year ap- Lt. Homer C. Ragsdale was really ,tst'f ,.
selected for admit- 'wti
Each year young enlisted men plicants are flying high this weekend. Early
tance to the Naval at
of the Naval Air Reserve who are Saturday morning, his wife pre-
I' attending college, are invited to Annapolis from among the ranksof sented him with a baby girl. We
Air Reservists.
apply for officer training. Those are glad to know mother and
selected attend a special six weeks James A, Prestridge, Jr., of !child are getting along fine Con-
r course at the Naval School at Jacksonville, entered the Naval gratulations, Homer! i:
Newport, for two consecutive sum- Academy on July 1 as NARTU's Chief William IITodd and _. .
mers. Upon graduation from college representative for this year. En- Chief Everett :M. Brock made pet- ----- -- -,

they then receive an Ensign trance into the Naval Air Reserve AIR HELP-An F9F Panther Jet fighter plane is loaded aboard .
commission in the Naval Reserve. during July will make the appli- Gather your kisses while you may, the aircraft carrier Philippine Sea at San Diego, Calif., as the
Membership In the Naval Air cant eligible for' ,these programs For time brings only sorrow. 27,000-ton vessel receives her combat complement 'of men and
Reserve now offers three ways for next year. The girls who are so free today planes. The Philippine Sea is scheduled to join a fleet of combat
its enlisted members to gain com- Are chaperones tomorrow. vessels forming off Honolulu.

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1950 JAX Am Page Three i

Beneficial t I

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dicative of a good program. Only
one other activity in the Bureau
of Aeronautics topped this record

a of NAS.A .
total of $14,211.00 was paidto
1 x it?
suggesters for adopted
' ideas, this amount of awards being
exceeded by only one other
activity throughout the Bureauof
Aeronautics. For savings to be
realized from the use of these
\. adopted ideas during 1949, this
44 station was number one in the
Bureau of Aeronautics with a total .
estimated savings of $582

f 356.00.
1 II4c sot
- : Recentl.-; the Navy released fig-

____________ ures concerning the status of suggestion
programs in all depart
ments. Statistics furnished indicated -
that the average savingsper
. dollar of awards paid during
1949 was $27.00 for the entire
Navy and Marine Corps while
the Bureau of Aeronautics figurewas
given as $26.00. Again the
"!f I'd known you were comlnf, I would have made a plate-so say the men of the Prosthetic lab on the left. Busy workingat NAS program was above the average
the Prosthetic laboratory are, clockwise, Robert D. Balboa, DN; Lcdr. George T. Moore; George Hawes, DT3; Clifford Hamp- Bureau of Aeronautics and
SOD, DTC; Comdr. Davis Henderson, and Lee Gamble, DT%. Paul Nielsen, DN, will have James W. Hill, AD3, of VF-13 looking likea Navy savings, with a return of
dentrifice ad after the prophylaxis is completed on the right. $42.00 in savings for every dollar

.,.. -. t-.M--.. ..nVM..M.M ... wr.h. II paid in awards.* .

t5t Started In 1912
? The beneficial suggestion pro
Dental 'p gram in the Navy Department is
DepartmentEases not new as the history of the pro
gram can be traced, in one formor
another, back to 1912. However

y y Pain Of Toothaches HereBenjamin 3} < te existence since 1942, and only
: a' s. during the last six years have
concerted efforts made to give
Franklin declared in Poor Richard's Almanac this program the attention and

that an infallible remedy for a toothache was to wash the backing it merits.

" root of the aching tooth in Elder Vinegar and let it dry for "T? clearly The value demonstrated of the program during was the

half an hour in the sun. _________ past world war when employees
But we recommend that any- >z. contributed many time saving

, one here at NAS suffering from -render treatment to all NAS- ,0 < and material saving ideas at a
such ailment, make it much easier Jax personnel and personnel of time when both were essential.
"I on himself and visit the Dental Fleet units, Cecil Field, Naval Air During 1945 one beneficial suggestion
\ Department at the mainside Facility, Glynco, Ga., Army per- alone saved a total of
Dispensary.The sonnel and all retired Army and 236000000.00 and in addition
Dental Department is a Navy personnel in the area. provided a safer product.The .
hubbub of activity with approximately The Prosthetic section also receives
I from the Naval suggestion cited above:was
150 patients
people on an average:
one submitted by an engineer employed
either check- Hospital here and NAS Miami.
reporting daily, as
at the Naval Gun Factory,
ins aboard the station, re-enlis. Keeping the "choppers"
in Washington, D. C., for the,designof
tees, or for dental treatment. ship-shape for some 5,000 men a fuse detail for the 40 MM
M are seven dental officers, and
anti-aircraft shell to replace the
DEPARTMENT'S three their all Qualified
THE helpers, person
British fuse which the Bureauof
sections-Minor Oral Surgery, nel. Capt. T. DeWitt Allan is the Ordnance, planned to
which handles Exodentia or extractions Senior Dental Officer and also procureat
; Opel ative section Staff Dental officer of ComNab-6. a cost of $1.25 each, even
i' though the British design did
of and Comdr. Dave Henderson is offi-
which takes fillings
care Dental Corpsman John McCartney isn't hurtin' Harold Mchr- I not meet Navy specifications for
proohylaxis, and the Prosthetic cer in charge of the Prosthetic
I section, where dentures are made section assisted by Lcdr. GeorgeT. ten, ADAN, of VA-175 with the X-ray machine. The X-ray really I safety. .
Moore, Jr. In charge of the "finds" the source of trouble. The design for the fuse sub.
Operative section is Comdr. Eugene mitted by the employee at the
L J Theulie: T. Nealon, with Lcdr. Har- I Naval Gun Factory met the Navy

old Green, Lcdr. Silas D. Cun- requirements for safety and was
ningham and Lt. (jg) Hugh S. produced at a cost of seventyonecents
Gu deI Reaves as assistants. compared' to the cost of
$1.25 for the British fuse. In all,
I ASSISTING the doctors in their it has been estimated by reliable
I THURSDAY, JULY 13 that this suggestion has
work 14 dental including
are corpsmen. -
"This Side of the Law", with
saved the Navy a total of $236-
: Robert E. Cronan, DTI;
' Viveca Lindfors and Kent 14 Smith. John W. McCartney, DN; Paul C. 000,000.00. For this idea, since
FRIDAY Drive", JULY Nielsen, DN; Robert D. Balboa awards are only based on the firstyear's
711 Ocean 'featuring
savings, the suggester re-
Edmund O'Brien and Jo Ann DN; George U. Hawes, DT3; Clifford -
T. Hampson; Mario R. Re- ceived a total of $5,550.00 in

Dru.SATURDAY pice, DTI awards.
JULY 15 *
Street" with Obra O. Gibson, DTC; Lee H. : -
"House 92nd ,
on Gamble DT2 Bloom DTC NAS Plays Part
Nolan. ; Ralph ;
Ives and Lloyd
JULY 16 Ruth M. Richardson, DN; Mar- : In addition to actual monetary
SUNDAY, celle L. McQuaig, DA; Alice Mac- savings, the program provides
"In A Lonely Place", starring
other tangible savings that can
and Gloria ko, DN, and Charles E. Trout, '
Bogart :
Humphrey DA. All are graduates of the 16- not be figured in dollars and
Graham.MONDAY 17 weeks course at the Naval Den. ,r cents, such as increased safety,
talman School, Great Lakes, Il reduced health hazards, improv-
'+ of Blondie", starring '>
"The Way
linois. .: ;. ed products and procedures: ,
Penny Singleton and Chief Ralph Bloom is in chargeof '\ ', higher morale and improved
Lake. working conditions.The .
TUES., WED., JULY 18 & 19 the Department's personnel
while Chief Obra Gibson is in beneficial
"Nancy Goes To Rio", with suggestion com-
Jane Powell and Ann Sothern charge of supplies. Lucille Wal- mittee at NAS is proud of the
ters, who is appointment and rec- part NAS has played in the success I
-xi' --
ord clerk, is also the receptionistat of the beneficial suggestion !
the Dental department. program in the Navy Depart
Tricky Quicky First-rate treatment is given to ment. Every employee, it is
all personnel at the local Dental pointed out, should likewise feel
i' Mr. Fashion I I had a small dress layout. Evcery sailor should see to proud of the station's record m
shop. In one day he sold nIne it that he protects his teeth and this field and should do his part
dresses! more! than: tvvo-flfthi of the Navy has provided these fine to help the station keep, and if )
his wntlro stork. He had left him do that.A I
facilities to help just possible, exceed the previous rec-
. nine dresses' more than three- Dental Officer is even available "This won't hurt a bit," says Comdr. Eugene Nealon as he ords established.The I

elRMhs/ of his original stock. here 24 hours a day to meet any prepares to make a filling for Harold Mehrten, ADAN. suggestion committee of '
liU stock to
how large wa
emergency which might arise. I
NAS is staffed in such a manner
bslf: with? --.. ... ..... .... evaluate all :
........ they can types
,r 'f'-----1: : : of suggestions submitted from administrative -
haJ 80 dressesin "
He '
Answer: ,
.' to engi-
ttoolc '''"' i ..,_
"," .
: 't- v neering problems. John W. Car-
l fr-1 f son, acting Industrial Relations
CAI' lets Training 30 r k. } :. : .....,.... Officer, is the chairman of the

'. .- Washington (Al'TS)-Members I 55 l 4s eb =, ':);, committee with Michael Cascone,
of the same department, as recorder -
of the Civil Air Patrol are under- ."
I .
going extensive search and rescue "'-- __ \ ,. ,' .: > Members of the committee -
.... training under supervision of the .' /:'r are Eugene L. Griffin Public
Air Force Rescue Service. The : ;1i Works; Lt. Ray Rucker, and Jack '
; .
training is being conducted In all ;! H. Silver, Overhaul arid Repair; \\
(States and territories with a stan- Alfred Szarmanski Supply and "t
dardized system of instruction be- 4 Fiscal; and Robert F. Taylor,' Industrial '.
tot the first time. Y Relations.x .
ing employed 4 1 _
7 -!! jr"IKeansburg
Plan Pershinff Memorial N. J. (AFPS)-
This town has 32 liquor dealers '
Washington! (AFI'S-The American and tavern owners. And they all t
Battle Monuments Commission favor women bartenders. So they 1
soon will submit a plan to petitioned the Borough Council .
Congress for (erection of a special to repeal a local ordinance banning .,
national memorial in honor of the barmaid As volunteer fire

.. .. late Gen. John J. Pershlnf, generalof men, they said, most d nlc" have
the armies in World War I. to close shop, when the fire
The commission has been directed I siren roars. If it's made fetal for

by a Joint Congressional resolution women to tend bar, they on take t 1
to study plans for such a memorial. I I Capt. T. DeWitt Allan, Senior Dent*! officer, sketches the work of the .Dental Departmentwhile over when the men Pre pn fire

interviewed by lax Air.: fiew' "? Je.rort ; Shirley JWtoch, SN, I' duty, they added.r' .


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cpo Chief Nixon

I NOTES I Closes Book

On 25 YearsA

Another big bingo Fri
of in
quarter a century the
day night at 2000. Big and little
Naval service _
was the fine
jackpot games in store. Cash and -.,..
achievement of Chief Machinist
merchandise to be given away Mate John Nixon of the sedan
for each A new is
game. pool here, before he it all
little gave
available for the jackpot,
r to retire 5,
up July
which will start at six numbers
Saturday is dance night again, Chief Nixon entered the Navy
with Bruce Thomas providing the way back in 1922 at Detroit
music for dancing from 2100 to : Mich. with the ren.
0100. tice Seaman and complete recruit *

And for your Sunday musical t k? training at Norfolk, Va. The
relaxation it will be piano music' USS Henderson was the first ship
by Jack Sidiloa from 1830 to 2230 he boarded, prior to his reporting
Dean Hudson and hs popular to VO-2 squadron in San Fran

band is scheduled to appear at v- -ii cisco, California. 'I
the club during August. Watch Interested in athletics, Chief
future issues of Jax Air News for Nixon had played on football

the exact date. teams at FleetAir at San Diego,
._.-x- V 1iiui'- and NAS, Norfolk. In 1925 he was
discharged from the Navy, but
HAS Chiefs Honor seeing "the outside was rough

with not much of a future," in

Captain Day With I 1928 During he re-enlisted.his lengthy career

I Chief Nixon saw duty at Coco
'Welcome' Solo, NAS Anacostia, NAS Pen-
PartyA OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY was the seventh anniversary sacola NAS Miami, aboard the ...
yesterday of the station facility of the Barnett National Bank as I USS Wright and the USS Pensa-
welcome aboard party, employees rather around a cake in celebration of the occasion. t cola. In 1943 he went overseasto
= t
Sponsored by station chief Left to right are, John T, Cannon, Judy Richard, Catherine Marta, _es the Aleutian Islands where he .
petty officers and held at' Edward O. Clements, manager, Irene Moore, O. Lawrence Brown served during the second World
and Lola King. Absent from the photo is Era Nichols. War
their club last Saturday night
Check No. 1,27,650 is cashed at the station bank by Comdr. } p' Promotion to warrant Machinist -
honored Captain Douglas T. William Lyons, right. Cashier is O, Lawrence Brown, assistant came in 1943, and in 1945
Day, who recently assumedthe mans ger. Chief Nixon was promoted to

post of commanding of- -. Chief Warrant.
-- -- -- - -
Following the war the retiring
ficer of NAS. chief served with AMU-5 at San
Rear Admiral and Mrs. AlfredE. I( '< aa Diego, and was transferred to the .
Montgomery, in addition to Station Bank Observes 7th Birthday Separation Center at Bremerton
Captain and Mrs. Day were among >z Wash. Later he was transferredto
the fifteen officers their wives { y CASU 7 in Seattle and then to
Employees of the facility) some 14.000 money orders, over
and guests invited by the chiefs ,
Air 15 aboard the USS
I 8,000 New York and Group
to attend the gala affair. ,office of the Barnett National drafts ap- Boxer and to the USS Antietam.In .
The club was Jammed to cap Bank aboard the station proximately 83.000 travelers +;T -; K wfJf .
checks. Y k{ July of 1947 he was reverted a
acity by chiefs and their guests paused a few minutes amid The bank handles checking accounts Ta. to Chief Petty Officer.
welcomed aboard the
who heartily Prior to reporting at NAS Jack
their working unless checksare
officer busy day yesterday at no charge
new commanding Captain
sonville in of this
drawn, and also travelers
celebrate their
Day reciprocated by remarking
Chief Nixon saw duty at NAAS
checks E orders,
in a brief address, that he thought anniversary.One bonds money Ream Field San Ysidro. Calif.,
New York drafts and also collects
in appearance and organization, : of the busiest facilities at from other banks. and NAS Alameda.
the local chiefs' club was one of the station, the NAS station bank Homestead Pa. is the place
the finest he had ever seen. has been serving both militaryand Manager Clements has person Chief Nixon calls "home."
also commendedthe ally expressed his thanks and
Captain Day I civilian personnel in fine -xMary -
chief petty officers for their style for seven straight years. gratitude for the (cooperation and To
Luxury Trip
past top perfromances of duty and I A branch of the Barnett Bank patronage received from the Navy Mitchell "
added that he was confident the of J Jacksonville the facility first and its personnel during the

local chief's would carry on with I opened its doors on July 12, 1943. bank's seven years. Kew West Area
their traditionally fine work. Edward O. Clements, manager, He also conveys a message I Ends 6 Years
The capacity crowd was entertained was one of the original staff of from Mr. William R. McQuaig
by a lively floor show ably eight and is the only one left of president of the Barnett National
emceed bv Bob Booker, local disc I the original group.In Bank of Jacksonville, who voices Set For WAVES Of Local DutyMary

jockey Featuring the popular its seven years of service, his thanks to the Naval personnelat
rythms of the Three Caballeros a the station bank has cashed 1.277- the air station for their patronage I A special luxury trip to Key E. Mitchell SKC of the
trio of enlisted men from Com- 650 checks, over 33,000 E bonds. West has been' arranged for the District Transportation Office,
FairJax the floor show was highlighted WAVES at NAS and Junior hostesses only chief petty officer WAVE )
.. by the Latin dancing of I I of the Red Shield Service aboard the station left Wednesday '
Bob Luckiei
the ever popular Zo Ann Rhoades. New Blue Cross ILcdr.I men's Club of Jacksomllle. for San Francisco for fur-
attractive wife bt a chief petty officer i The Red Shield Servicemen'sClub ther assignment to Pearl Harbor,

I. and a regular performer in Leaves Port At is sponsoring; the trip, chartering Oahu, T. H.Reporting.
station talent shows. Plan Payments II I I, a luxury Greyhound bus for to Jacksonville almost -
f A buffet dinner and dancing Hospital HereLcdr the occasion. The bus will leave six years ago, Chief Mit. .
f to the music of ,Bruce Thomas' I, Jacksonville at approximately 1700 chell enlisted in the Navy on

F six piece band with the vocalizing Due Next WeekThe Robert G. Luckie, I Friday August 18. A brief atop November 13, 1943 and was sentto
w chores handled capably by song- the Naval Training 'Station at
Is scheduled in Miami before arriving
j stress Freddi Mitchell climaxedthe his second tour of dutyat Hunter College, New York Assigned
I. with
at the Keys special
first payment for the new the Naval Hospital here was
to Storekeeper's School
"welcome aboard"party.
hearty Blue Cross-Blue Shield contractswill detached for assignment to U. S. stops also booked for Key Largo Ga.
she went to Milledgeville,
..... be due next week. Accordingto Naval Hospital, Quantico, Va., and Tropical Keys, arriving at Key In September 1944 Chief Mit.
station's method of collections Lcdr.. I West Saturday.
the last week. Luckie reported I chell reported to NAS Jackson
for this program premiumsshall for his past duty on August 28, I The program thus far planned ville where she was assigned to
be paid as provided in various 1946. :includes sight seeing, and a danceat the Central Transportation Issu-
departments on next Mondayand During his present tour of duty the Navy base. Tentative plans ing Office which she helped put '
Tuesday. he served in various administrative 'I have" been made for a tug tripto into commission, under the Naval
Many employees failed to make positions, the last being administrative Dry Tortegas Arrangementshave Air Advanced Training Com- .
the required June payment and I. officer, which posi- also been made for the groupto mand. -...,.,
shall be billed on a supplemental tion exercised supervision over lodge at Key West's most attractive In August 1946 Chief Mitchell
bill for that period. In order that I all of the other administrative motel. transferred to the TransportationSchool
st4f3 > < all employees might be aware of functions of the hospital. Duringhis The space is limited it has been at BuPers, Washington, D.
their status in the group insurance previous tour of duty from announced for 36 girls. Girls wish C., later taking her schooling in
plan, they should consultthe March 1942 to June 1943 he served ing to make the trip are asked Chicago's Penn Station, under the
invoices that will be postedin as Finance Officer. I to contact Mrs. Becker at the Red head of the Association of Amer-
.' their department to assure that ican Railroads where she studied
He is being relieved by Lcdr I Shield club personally ,
their payments are current.
I contracts and other data.
F E. Lusk. -- -
aH Because of the confusion that' ,
resulted as a result of the surveyof .
various insurance' plans for
the purpose of selecting the best
plan for NAS employees all for-
mer members of the twin insurance ,
plans will be billed under
I the new rate in order to assure
1 that all desiring protection under
D tpk7. these plans may avail themselvesof
such protection.Therefore .
r. employees who failed I
to make a premium payment
for July will be cancelled as it I
will be assumed that failure to

pay such premiums indicates !
they do not desire coverage under -

these plans.

Every effort employee in getting should his premiumor makean r rI ri

premiums paid on the specified I #

t.w.Jt date for his department. .
Policies will be delayed becauseof nz kmat
a backlog of work in the Blue i It
/ I
Shield-Blue Cross office. ;
i > 54e
y Employees should make pay
N ments even though policies have
not been delivered, as coverageis 1
effective July 15.

- i 1 1t First Looie-x---: "Well that proves

...., BEAUTY QUEEN-Shirley the country Is going to the dogs."
of Second) Lcoie: "Why?" _
t Hughes is beauty queen I I "'M --" ,
Mather Air Force Base Calif. First L.: '"Sez here in the paper I
She triumphed over 14 other ,, they're reorganizing the Civilian I RETIREMENT PARTY-Sharing a last cup of "jo*" and a cake to celebrate his retirement I
entrants. Miss Hughes reigned I Conservation Corps They're gonna!: Chief John Nixon of (he sedan pool, center, will remember his pals for this. Hiddipg him smooth
as Mather's three-day hire a lot of guy to go plant sailing are, Mi to riyht, Emerson Realign, AN; Virgil R. Morris, AEC; Harry Russell, ADI; Nixon (
" Fun queen and Welfare Carnival I tree ; Rlcbard Ballew, {ID1; John' JohMon, AD3 and Charln Waller, ADC.r .

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"Oh My Aching Bock" 1

j Watch Your croiliac Doc Sawbones r4

I eanthelpit for you but I can only way left to do it is to \
tell you about the mechanics of use some other part of the body

,. the cause of your backaches, _for leverage.
... back strains and those miserable
When the feet are spread! out
things known as sacroiliacs. I IxKy Iy
...1.. as in Figure III. it places the F. e
First, let me draw your ire I..I .. .
by saying; that from a mechanical ____
point of view, this body of N c
ours was made properly for us -
to walk like our supposed four- Sx.
legged ancestors. Then our s
'Weight was distributed' on all

T 1a Nj i :


engineer figure the pressure and
r the' lever action 2 feet long, It weight, plus a leverage of about

exerts a pressure requiring steel 45 inches on the joints and they
bands to hold !it together. The tear loo Ligaments heal very

best we have In nature is the slowly if not At all, so there is
short white ligaments. They
often a repeating tendency
four limbs as illustrated in Fig
may and do tear loose. Result,
ure 1. Our spine was used! for we'can't Another back tendency is the
straighten up and are
.. ,- .. rigidity to tie us together front in misery for a few days. We ruptured disc. These are small
and back. Our Inte"Alr RnS have saucer shaped cushions of cart
a weak back thereafter,
hung suspended from the spine. and Doc Sawbones will not guarantee ilage between the back bones. .. .: {,.
.. .. a cure. Since we are upright we put a LwR 6
lot of weight on these little
THE VERY SMALL sacroiliac
things and they will burst
joint was not made to carryall MANV OF VS here at NAS
of the weight of the So let's lift with our feet together
upper depend on our strong backs
two thirds of the body plus and let Doc Sawbones
anything that we lift in any cogitate.
position we choose. It was made I. CANTIIELPIT.

strong enough to lift one hind \ Note: Drawings illustrating
quaiter or leg off of the ground, story above were penned by Ale.
. a and transfer some pushing; power Underhill, AN, of FASRon Six)
Irom one l leg to the other in A

oyr horizontal body. But now 1 Huston leaves _,m..Y. _-_.-_ __ __.- y.y. ,,>,,_ _
we are vertical Figure II, and I
instead of placing the 40 pound '.vwillll'-=..":'=' KEEPING COOL Lcdr, James D. Mullins, ComFairJar
leverage of the weight of one Aerological officer, left, is not trying to show off his manly legs-
leg on that little sacroiliac joint, Many have already experiencedthat Navy After he's just trying to keep cool during these hot 100-degree days. I

we plant our feet about 2 feet "exquisite" pain when we Lcdr. Mullins discusses the merits of the tropical uniform with

apart, lift up to 200 pounds can't straighten up. Figure IV TenureEverett Lt. Robert T. Caldwell of Operations.
plus 180 pounds of torso, head shows that the feet should be I. Long

and shoulders, then pivot and close together: on any lift. This S. Huston, chief aviation FAW 11 LIMELIGHT Ladies AuxiliaryOf
twist wish.
; as we reduces the leverage to a mini- machinist
mate who has
When measured over the I1 is mum. As long as the feet are
served at NAS in various billets FRA Selects
square inch of the sacroiliac touching, It is Almost Impossibleto since April of '47 was releasedto Wing Man Hits
joint and letting a mechanical get a low back strain. The
-. inactive duty in the fleet reserve National Delegate
yesterday after almost 22

Special 50-Cent years of active Naval service. 40,000 MilesIn Mrs. Paula F. Miller, presidentof
I Coming to Jacksonville three Unit 91. Ladies' Auxuhary of
years ago Huston's first duty was Six MonthsForty the Fleet Reserve Association:was
Meal Offered At Veteran Sends
as leadingman in the Aircraft unanimously elected as delegate to
Ferry Unit which he left 'for a the national convention to be held

Civilian CafeteriaA "Thanks" For billet in Operations personnel of- thousand miles in six at Long Beach Calif., Sept 14.
fice and in September of last
''at the regular monthly meeting
months i feat Lewis
i year he was assigned to the is quite a -
personnel I July 10 at the Cumberland Road
special luncheon meal for office of FASRon 6 where Yates, ADI VP-5! plane Community Center.A .
only 50 cents a real bargain in Blood HelpA he remained until his discharge captain is one of few people
I discussion was held at that
) then of is i
days high prices 'esterday.I .
. being offered at present at the heartfelt load of thanks! Huston active in that can make such a claim. time on the duties of the delegateand
Civilian Cafeteria here. from a hospitalized Lake City I station activities numerous Yates has fine recollections of the numerous functions she
and was
To date this special meal is Fla., veteran has been extended October of 1948, the Secretary. the cities he visited, people he has must attend.It
being' served only on Tuesday to Naval Air Station per Treasurer of the local Branch 91 met, and memories of refreshments was voted at the meeting to
and Thursday, but if the volumeof sonnel who answered a plea for of the Fleet Reserve Association. I in the local "bistros." purchase matches for distributionat

. business warrants it, a 50c blood donations recentlyIn Although he is from Seeing New Orleans, Mobile, the Naval Hospital. The matches -
meal will be made available his letter to the Jax Air active duty in the Navy, Huston Panama City. San Diego, Long will be printed with the emblemof
every day officials have an- News, Millard L. Hunter of T. doesn't plan to just take it Beach, San Francisco New York the Ladies Auxiliary and the
nounced. 3. Box 142 Lake City, Fla., He has made arrangements easy.to City, Norfolk Providence. Cuba Fleet Reserve Association.A .

Consisting of the usual' good wrote: take a course in business admin- and Puerto Rico in such a short "come as you are" breakfastwill
quality of food found at the "I would sincerely appreciateit istration and accounting at the space of time has given Yates an be held Wednesday, July 26,
cafeteria, the special will includea if you could print an articlein : Iowa Success School in Ottum- excellent opportunity to make com at 1000 at the home of Mrs. Paula
solid meat, two vegetables, your next edition to thank wa, Iowa where he will make his parisons of life, liberty and the Miller. 379 Crystal Street. Servingon
two tolls and butter, and choice personnel of the Naval Air Sta- home with his wife and two chil pursuit of happiness, as well as the committee for the break
c>f coffee, tea or orange Juice. tion who answered my call for dren. -' -,- .-- fast will be: Mrs. Rhody McIntyre
As fresh fruits and vegetablescome blood donors I Enlisting in the Navy in 1928, i (; Mrs. Mickey Morris. Mrs. Virginia
- into season they too will "It is a wonderful feeling to the retired chief petty officer had King, and Mrs. Juanita" Schuller. A
be served as part of the special know that others are willing to been in the aviation branch of I luncheon will be held at Rhodes
luncheon The meal Is prepared help a veteran when he is truly the Navy almost his entire ca- I October 3.Initiated,
with special emphasis on food in need of help. reer. His duty stations were scattered : I and welcomed into the
value and calorie count. "Since I do not have the across the North American ; I auxiliary were: Mrs. Virginia King,
It I is emphasized that this names of the people who did continent, Hawaii and the Canal I Mrs Grace Elson, Mrs. Kathleen
special luncheon is a promotional answer the call for blood, I I Zone. Warren, Mrs. Ruby Kimberl, Mrs.
feature which can only continue want to thank them in some A veteran of the pacific strug- I J Mickey Newell, Mrs. Marion Leary,
with a larger response' way and it is hoped that they I gle of World War II. Huston was I 1i Mrs Jeanette Cranberry, Mrs,
from the cafeteria's patrons. will be able to receive my aboard the (carriers USS Wright Beulah George and Mrs. Kather-
Patrons can't go wrong with i thanks through your paper" and USS Princeton. ine Mattex.
the special :SOc mealthe least I -x--- Guests present at the meetingwere
they can do Is sample it Mrs. Violet Coffee. Mis.

BREEZESMac Betty Miller and Mis. Lillian
Elf let
"Aren't you the girl who Those serving on the refreshment -
used to shrink from my embraces committee for the next meetIng -
? are Mi's. Sara Dunbar. Mrs.
z t Marie; l'I don't moil at the mo Virginia King, Mrs. Thelma King,
ment; Mrs. Thelma Fannin. Mrs. Mickey

f Morris Mrs. Katherine Matthews
I -- ---- --- ,
I An officer approached the see the cities of the USA and Mts. Lucile laqumto.
young man wearing a neatly fitting Yates is the living example of -- --- -
uniform, and said: "What'sthe Join the Navy and See the World The Old Maid wan staitled whena
i =3 cy eighth general order?" Actually, Yates is Just getting hold up man stuck a gun in her
I "I don't know," the fellow ad around to seeing the United States ribs along a dark street: "Got any
mitted. now. He saw enough of the world money on ya, lady"
"Have you ever been on guard throughout the war years. "Heavens, yes," she replied.
duty?" "Well, don't just! stand there. Go
Squadron Wit
"Nope." ahead and frisk me."
r "You don't even know enoughto Not only are the trips educational a
to Yates
they seem supply
'sir'. What outfit are
say ;you
in?" with an inexhaustible supply of trex" he was awarded a Letterof
"I'm the Coca-Cola man." choice jokes and yarns for which Commendation by his CO Com,
he has been rightly named, "Witof Fred Borriea, Jr. Need we say
telephoning the Sub Hunters." The men more r
A young lady a mu- of VP-5 enjoy the few spare mo- We know Yates provides amusement .
sic store, was connected by mis- ments they have in order to hear and entertainment for his
take with a garage. "Do you have the "latest" from friend Yates shipmate, but who keeps Yates
"Two Red Lips and Seven Kissee !- But Yates Is not all fun and happy' Three' women do! Yes
?" fche asked play! He is one of the squadron's Mrs. Lewis Yates his wife and his

"No, but we do have two tomcats hardest workers. He knows whento two daughters, Brenda Mae, age
- --'-- I and seven kittens," repliedthe work and when to play, conse- 11, and Sandra Mary, age 5. Yates
f CHOW AT CAFETERIA-First to take advantage of the new garage! man. quently, a man with those quali- and his three best gals recently
I special 50 cent luncheon being offered at the Civilian Cafeteria "b that a record?" ties ii a valuable and desirable moved into their new home in
I is Robert Stark of Overhaul and Repair Department. The special I "Well, lady, we think it is," an fellow tc have around. For his I I Lake Shore Terrace. His shipmates
meal is being offered on Tuesday and Thursday but it demandsare swfred'the man. "We. we think long hours! and tireless efforts during already are .Anticipating'
great enough, it will, become an every day treat H JP." the m.ent operations "Por- 'jokes about his new home


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Jax-Navy's diamondeers divided
a double-header with the
Warner Robins, Ga., Flyers
Tuesday at the Georgia base, .
winning: the first 9-0 and losing
the second 41.
Bob Becker hurled a six-hit
ter to earn his shutout in the-
first tilt with Keith Churchill .
pacing the attack.
Jake Duvall was the loser in
the second fray, taken by the
Georgians, 4-1.
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With Bob Joyce -- .m. -. -0 I Weather Curtails

Last week's Air News carried an article about swimming Varsity Competition

berths being open for the Sixth Naval District Swimmingand Rain forced the postponementof -I

Diving Championship, coming off during the week of the only two frays scheduled .

August 6 here. As yet there has been no response. Seems that for the Jax-Navy varsity

fellows would be more than eager to offer their services to Softball Frays combine scheduled the with past week CWA

Coach Frank McCaffrey, who is piloting the local tank team. and Duval Motors last week, No-

Nine events are scheduled for the meet and certainly were rained out. The fray with
there is least for event with Duval Motors, a City League
one qualified man every as tussle was to be played last
many men on the station as we have. Every day you see guys nicht at Larkiwanna Park I
working off the springboard of the pool behind the Navy

Exchange building. I SPORT SHORTS: .I
Some of them show good form too. Here's the chance "
THIS IS GOL"1-These fellows
two are not taking a leisure.
you've been waiting for. You can dive for your own enJoyment ly walk through the park in the rain; they're earnestly engagedin
and help hold a few of those trophies right here after I Philadelphia League umpires(AFPS)are-The calling National a championship golf match. Wright North left, and Leo Mar-

the meet. As for swimming, there is to be eight different i them strictly according to the schel, right, golf h though the rain in the finals of the station
events and with a little hard work we could enter a top-notch II book this season Dusty Boggess I championship 1-up victory tourney, with North annexing the crown witha

group of mermen. took a hit away from Duke Snider I
on a rare decision. Russ Meyer
BASEBALLEKS DKOP AFfEH SIX STKAIGIIT served a wide pitch to Bog i
[ North Downs Morschel
After six straight games, the longest winning streak of gess Snider in a finding Dodger-Phil the pitch game, and too I

the season, the locals dropped one to H. C. Motors. This loss juicy to resist, chased it and sin .
also knocked the locals into third place after being tied for gled to center. The umpire voided

second place with I!. C. the hit and called Snider auto- For HAS Linl 5 Crown

Beginning with the Chatham Air Force game, played matically. out for crossing the

here June 22nd, which was halted by lightning, the locals. plateNewcommerstown-x-
Hard swinging Wright North copped the 190 station
next ran over Green Cove Springs. Next they took O., (AFPS) ,
road and trounced Atlanta General Depot two games. Returning Denton (Cy) Young recently golf championship a stirring one-up win over Leo I
reached his 83rd birthday. The Marchel in the tourney finals played last week on the local
home, Navy copped two City League frays, one from old-time pitcher whowon 511 layout. t
Downing and from Hardage and Sons. In six the
one games
league in a 22-year strokes
major games his two count on the
Playing over a soggy rain- I
locals racked up 51 runs on 73 hits. career that started in 1890 re- .waked course, and compleUrg th3: clutch holes to finally edge Htllis; I
The lineup has suffered three key losses beginning with cently returned from the hospital final 3 holes in a driving downpour on the last hole. J
in the after treatment for a liver the two finalists staged a Charlie Robertson's consistent I
third baseman Bob Lopez, who was injured so badly ailment. He's looking forward toa
shooting through the entire tour-
close battle. Marchel was 3 down
first Atlanta that he has been released and will not New York for radio interviews '
game trip to after 10 holes, but squired the ney helped him get by Sy Sicard
see action the rest of the season. Dick Clark, who holds down match on the 15th. North won out .I and 2 to cop third tight honors

second, was injured in the Hardage fray when he collided -PS-Korca's- on the 18th hole however to give Fleet Qualifications :f
Boston ( amaz- him win and the station With the NAS out of I
with Charlie Tibbet while chasing a fly ball. marathon team of Kee Yong a crown. tourney

Clark started against R. C. Motors last week but due Ham.ing Kil Yoon Song and Yun Close MatchesTo : the determine way, qualification eight places matches from fleet to '\
forced from the Catcher Chil Choi ran one-two-three in enter the finals, North hid
to his injured shoulder was game. I activities in the Sixth Naval Diatiict -
the Boston AA's 54th test on the to dispose of defending champion,
Harry Stinson was struck on the hand while playing R. C., 26-mile. 385-yard run from Hop- Tony Grego, Steve Kulinski and got under way this week.
which put him out of action for a while with a badly bruised kinton to Hill McWilllamj. Thi eight qualifiers will trek
Boston.x to Norfolk to play in the Com-
hand. In the consolation flight, Stu AlrLant tournament the week of i
Chicago (AFPS-The Western Heed won over Steve Kulinaki one- July 23. Winners of this meet will '
UMPIRES HAVE IT ROUGH: Conference, in the first major up in 19 to take top honors, From tangle with winners of the Cotn-
Last week at the game between Jax-Navy and l;. C. move of its kind in the nation tee to green Heed played consistent ServLant tourney for places on the

Motors, a short chubby guy by the name of Wilson was umpiring has barred 1950 live television football of all golf. His putting put him in Atlantic Fleet squad which will
Ten : games.
Big trouble several times however.
behind the plate. It's normal for an umpire to get theHraspberry" Complete films of games will be enter the All-Navy meet at Pensa-:
Bruce Weber downed .
southpawSam cola the week of August 6.
from the fans and it's usually youngsterwho available for television
some made pur- Horton A and 2 in first Entrants battling for the eight
finds the most appropriate name for him in the pinches. poses the day following the release game. flight competition. Weber led all places are: "Buz" Berries, DrucJ
when Wilson called that In a Saturday game the the three around Weber Conner "
The game was going smoothly one TV films wouldbe way staying up Andy Charlie
down front time for showing the entire 18 holes. Wetss, Fred Bartcns. Bill Koredael,
apparently didn't ring true for some youngster 0 Chicago time Sunday:
pm. A two stroke handicap helped Andy Leschak and Guido Ruacetta
so he promptly came off with "0. K., 'jelly-beUy' put on your -x-
Greer Du bee in downing Tom from NAS. George Richards: Tom
glasses." Granted that Wilson is a husky man but the Orlando, 1 la. (API'S) San-
young Cuban Hilll3 one-up in the race for second Draco( and Steve :ShanguU are en-
rooter probably didn't realize that "Mr. Boss" of the ball dalia right-hand Consuegra hurler, Young called for a i flight honors. Busbee_male trants from Key: West
game was wearing an inside chest protector. trial with the Washington Nats,
Rules, rules and more rules. Now I understand that thereis arrived and left without throwing I r.
a proper way of calling balls and strikes in the American a ball. He went into a huddle What Catcher 'Caught Bail Dropped
Nats ,
with Clark Griffith, prexy
League and another in the National. For the to off a
and asked for $3,000 pay
batter the ump looks over the catcher's right shoulder and Venezuelan team with which lie
for the right-handed batter over the left. Other times he 'said he had signed a contract. From Washington Monument?

looks right over the catcher's head. Griffith sent him back. to Cuba-. .
The way you hear these players tell about an umpireand or. the next plane. Just when It appeared that Since it took the two of themto

his decision, some might even be looking at a plane fly Burbank, Calif. (AFPS)- Big no last answer week's wa Kportt forthcoming Quiz to, > secure the correct solution! I.

ing over. Lefty "Goofy" Gomez, former Yankee pitcher, was Jim Jeffries world heavyweight two Cecil Field men question came Giebler their two and tickets Nelson to will share
famous for these antics. Right in the middle of a crucial champion of 50 years ago, beganhis through In the lat moment villa Tars home games whichare

game or even a series game, "Goofy" would take time out to recent 75th birthday observationthat celebration with the correct solution. given away each week ta .
with the dour
the ball Bob Giebler, AN, and Don the winner of the
watch a pane winging over park.
is far
the fight game so gone Nelso, AN, both of Cecil Field,
"I'd rather see a wrestling match. This week's question, borrowed ,
IIANEYS STARS LAUGH LAST; collaborated: to provide the Answer -
I Lots of these kids fighting now to last week's "Who from Armed Forces Press
Remember a short while ago when the Hollywood Stars I would make good ping pong players holds the major league query record Service, Is:

made an appearance in short pants for West' Coast League ," he growled, for runs batted in in a single "What backstop once caught
game? They were subjected to ridicule when they unveiledthe game? What team was he with a baD dropped from the Washington
San Francisco, Calif. (AFPS)- and what the record Monument?" ..
the last year was
"new look" for baseball, but now they're having Ray Pesco, former Santa Clara set?" Send in your answer to the .

laugh.Going University basketball coach, has The right answer la Jim Bot- Jax Air News office room 125: ,
into the fourteenth week of the Coast League taken over as athletic director at temley while playing with the main administration building or
season, the Stan: boasted a record of nine victories and the the Treasure Island Naval Base. St. Louis Cardinals in 1924, phone extension 8181 or 216.

only two losses while wearing their scantie pants. While 1950 at Broncos Santa Clara to 10 he wins directedthe and batted game. In 12 runs in a single baseball First correct tickets.Providence answer. claims the

4 losses, ranking them as the best
Got the word from Lt. Garver that the 6th Naval District hoop squad in Northern California. -
West Point (AFPSEdward R. I. _
football coachat (AFPS)
Baseball Championship playoffs at Parris Island, S. C., lIe was head
Santa Clara in 1946. L. Tixler of Albuquerque, N. M., Johnny Chad, veteran star of the
have been changed to August 4. The Southern Area playoffs -
has been elected captain of Ar- Providence Reds, has*>een named
: will be at Mason Field July 27. New York AFPS) CCNY, my's basketball team. He la the the most
of who NCAA and National 10th underclassman in West unanimously gentlemanly -
You will probably remember, those you were winner of both
Point history be chosen to this player in the American Hockey
Invitation basketball tournaments
Air Lant title here
here, that the ]local nine copped the area has declined an invitation honor. Stewart Paterson Dear League by the League's ref-
last year and then went on to win the Air Lant crown in to represent the United born, Mich., was elected captain eree's. Chad scored 90 points in
Norfolk. In Atlantic Fleet play, Jax-Navy wound up in the States in the Pan -American of the rifle team for tho l OIO-U: 70 games and spent pnly four

runner-up position. .Olympic! Games in 1951 campaign, minute in,""'<,thc penalty box. -

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NATIONAL Gridmen Eye Season; 1

SPORTS 'Meeting Set For July 28

Greenburg Gardens, in far left
field of Pittsburgh's Forbes Field,
is in the news Again and it seem Lt. Dick Garver, Jax-Navy's newly appointed football :

it all began with an innocent<< remark coach, has announced the first meeting: of candidates for the J

: by Manager Bill :Meyer tired re- I 1950 grid edition to be held July 28 at the Student Officers', 1
. ''f- cently. Meyer Bald he was .J
of seeing opposing teams wallop- auditorium.
ing so many "Fluke" homers into The meeting is in fact a call I !
the Garden and maybe the Pirates for all personnel who aspire to opener, taking on the powerful
would tear it down to change their winning positions on the 1050 Fort Bragg Assassins on September -
luck. General :Manager: Roy Hamej eleven which faces the toughest 24 at Fort. Bragg. The locals
schedule NAS take on Stetson University nexton
of eleven since
denied such a move was even<< con any
Oct. 7. and Parris Island
the war Octo-
templated. Tak the Garden away
ber 14
and there Pittsburgh First Practice Aug. 1 coming home to
Oe3 X
//1 your ,. < make their local
Drawing card. 3r The first meeting will be fol- debut against
11'P Patuxent River NAS
.. lowed by a second confab July on Octo-
ber 21.Eglin.
Carl Mays, fanned major league r 31 at Mason Field with all can-
.. eulmarine pitcher of the twenties, didates getting their first batchof Field comes here on Oc.'I
. tober 28 after which the Jaxmen
instructions.First .
says the pitcher of today is get.
take to the road for a November
takes for actual scheduled practiceis
ting lazy things
granted. The hitter of today stepsup ____ '__________ __ ________ on ___ slated for August 1 at Mason Amphibs.4 tussle with Last Little the Creek dators Va.
there confidently, knowing the ACCEPTS AWARD One of eight NAS athletes who were Field. ripped the Jaxmen 14-0 in aroughtumble
pitcher is going to throw it in Owen Williams The locals have booked eight affairs Ga-
presented awards in ceremony last Friday, right, at the
there where he can take a swingat of NARTU accepts the championship tennis trophy from Comdr. tough opponents for the 1950.' tor Bowl here.

it. Mays says they need more Porter F. Bedell, NAS executive officer, who made the presenta campaign. The schedule is still I' Tough Foes "j:
men like Red Lucas who would tions. Williams won the tennis crown for the second straight year. tentative subject to changes. After Little Creek, it's the r
throw a few at the batter's head Coach Dick Garver has cut out
. strong Fort Benning Doughboyswho
to make him move, not get dug a real tartar for' himself in the I will be the November 12

in. They in called those it a "gooPt'flt'phpitch" I Hospital Combine Making opponent. The locals trek to Per
Benefit Baseball sacola on November 25 where
they will seek revenge for a 55-6
Tommy Gibbons, St. Louis in handed them last
lacing year-
.. surance man and sports fan, recently Of Softball RaceRl Fray Reset For the worst licking ever sufferedby
clocked the time a baseballis Runaway a Jax-NaVy squad. The lads ;
actually in the air in a major will be pointing for that one!

league it's only game.10 minutes Surprisingly, and that enough was, atop the intra-mural National League standings, Hospital Night Of July' 22 gridders After a picked slow start,steam the Navy n'srthe

in a 2 hour and. 54. minute contest. continued its rampage this past week by trouncing the last place Originally]] scheduled for end of last year's up campaignand

Photo Lab nine, 213. With the schedule cut short due to rain, only last Sunday but postponeddue closed the season with a significant -

Clarence Rowland, president of two other games were recorded. CPO's trounced VP-3, 8-2 and Ord- 12-7 victory over the
the Pacific Coast League, says: nance-Gunnery over O & R, 31. to rain, the benefit fray Third Army All-Stars in the
"Do away with the draft on PCL between the Jax-Navy base- "Little Army-Navy" charity fray
talent for majors and you'll see Third place NARTU was slatedto .. JULY 10 ballera and the Waycross, Ga. played in Atlanta.

- the Pacific Coast League with big meet VP-5 in a National League I National) NARTU vs. VF-13, Atlantic Coast Line Red Sox Tentative Schedule
names like Williams, Doerr, Di- tilt yesterday, while VF-12, winnerof Sept 24-Fort Bragg, away.
I Field 4; (American) FASron 6's. has been rescheduled for Sat-
and Kiner.
Maggio only one game this season' was O & R, Field 15.JULY. urday night July 22 at the Oct. 7-Stetson U., away.
Biggest gripe comes from sign Oct. 14_Parris Island away.
the CPO
scheduled to take on
: 20
ing young kids with good potentialities Greater Beaches stadium at October 21 NAS Patuxcnt, .
at a bonus price. When Club. It was Security vs. Supplyon Photo Lab vs. VF-13, Field 2; Jacksonville Beach. here.
they run up against veterans like diamond 4 in another National VP-5) vs. Security, Field 3; VF12vs. Oct. 28-Eglin Field, here.
the aforementioned, they can't League fray and Photo Lab vs. NARTU, Field 4; CPO's vs. Sponsored b y the Beaches Nov. 4-Little Creek, away.
make a go of it because of their 1st Lt. Hospital was to play the Supply, Field 5, and Hospital vs. Shrine Club, with proceeds going Nov 12-Fort Kenning, here.
to the children
VF-13 nine at the Hospital in the 1st Lt. Field 6. underprivileged Pensacola
inexperience. As a result, many Nov. 24-NAS away.
, final National loop tilt. the game will be played
go back to the minors like Bob ----- under the arc lights of. the new --x-
Chesnes, Dino Restelli and Ed Fitz To keep the readers informedof Major league ball players aired beach stadium, with the fray
schedules while the Air Newsis Tars Return
Gerald. Others retire from the
their grievances against the bonus starting promptly at 2000.
weeks here Is
for inactive for two ,
game good. payment of inexperienced dds
Tickets for the rained out tilt
the intra-mural schedule for the
weeks through their I representatives, will be honored July 22. Plentyof Home Friday
coming :
. London (AFPS) Rome has Freddie Hutchinson, American ducats arc still available at the
put in the latest bid for the 1960 TODAY'S GAMES League and Marty Marlon, Na- Navy Exchange and Barracks G.
Olympic Games, along with Los FASron 6 vs. VF-171 on Field tional League, at the annual employee The local Navy club will be After four days on the road,
2, and 1st Lt vs. NARTU on in I Dale Alexander's Jacksonville
Angeles, Buenos Aires and Lau management meeting seeking revenge in next Satur-
home Friday night to
Tars return
The next Field 4. Chicago, July 10. Hutchinson remarked i
sanne. summer
day's game, since the Waycross do battle with the Savannah In..
will be at Helsinki JULY 18 before the meeting "We I
staged in I club scored a 4-3 decision in a dians under the lights
1952 and the next winter gamesat CPO's vs. Photo Lab, Field 2; will probably declare ourselves ; previous encounter. Just returning Avenue ball park. a. Myrtle
Oslo the The 1956 1st Lt. Field 3 FAS- the bonus rule I can't
same year. Security vs. against home from a road trip, Coach It'll be a short home stand for
games have been awarded to Mel- ron 109 vs. VF-171, Field 4; VP-5 speak for everyone, but the ex- McCaffrey's charges will be all the Tars this time as they clash
bourne (summer) and Cortina d'- vs. Supply, Field :5) and Hospitalvs. 'pressed opinions so far seem to out to avenge that earlier set with the Indians in three

Ampezzo, Italy I (winter). ____ VF-12, Field 6. ,go that way." back. -Friday, Saturday and Sunday.games

_ j --- ____ __::::::: I The touring Waycross railroaders They take to the road Monday
" I
!f-Y Q 1Q Qt' boast a strong combination before returning home July 25 to
S managed by "Fats". Taylor
open a six-day home stand
known as the "five-bv-fw of .
SHck11l against Columbus and Charles
.' southern baseball.
Jax-N. has steam; ton.All
I o. vy picked up I I
L _.:: of late and paced by heavy sluggers .. night frays begin at 2010
( while afternoon games tart at
CIjPS Dick,Clark Keith Churchilland
; : Joe Gusbanas, the locals

li t1o.s' ... Ls\ )have"won 6 of their last 7.ganft
.. -:...L..-.. .-..-.'.'' '-':':.-:'.'........-.. --j t \ ,( : >,Btcker ie .the-most logical 1430.Awards Givenchampions

, r..Ol1 the mOUld.flt the lo-,
In last week's Short Chips praise ,s he was slated to .V..,tv a !
of the course maintenance crew, I$uers' Hal Raulerson in' the (
Leading Chief Middleton was 1n- last week. Har- 1
advertenly omitted. Middleton has is slated for the back-

<< been in charge of course main- ,, ing duties for the locals; RunnersUpChampionship
tenance since last October and :All proceeds from the game will
has been doing a fine job. be used for treatment of crippled I
children of Jacksonville whose awards in tennis

Rain hampered play at the NAS x r 'And a". parents are unable to meet such and ping pong were presented to
links this week with scores exceptionally expense The Shrine maintians 16 winners and runners-up by Comdr.
high as a result of the hospitals in the United States! Porter F. Bedell, executive officer,
wet greens and fairways. Canada and Mexico, where chil- in a ceremony last Friday in the
dren are sent when necessary for I conference room of the adminis-

The eonunittee for the>> junior. free treatment. tration building. J
denlor golf tourney has been ap This free treatment accorded Owen Williams, 1950 station tennis -
pointed. They are: Joe Bennett, crippled and underprivilegedchildren champ, was the first to receive ;
lUll McWllliann! and Joe William is a main project of the his award from Comdr. Be
M entire Morocco Temple. A survey dell. Williams downed Comdr. J
t Family combinations seen on the of those locally in need of such 'George Roe, of AT-5 for the title.
course lately were: Capt and Mrs. treatment is carried out bv the I Roe was also presented a runner- *
i Stahr and son Rome; Chief and members of the Jax Beach Shrine up trophy for his efforts .in the

Mrs. Joe Bennett with son "Salty"and Club. I station tourney.
Capt. and Mrs. Gingerich and X The possible lineup for Jax- Also presented trophies were
son Richard. I ; bx Navy: Henry, ss; Manning, cf; Charlie Tibbet and Ray Hale,who
: Clark, 2b; Churchill, rf; Gushanas teamed to capture the ping pong

Most improved woman golfer over If; Webb, 3b; Stinson, c; Me- doubles championship. Runnersupin
the past week was Mrs. Chris Sparin. t Ib; Becker, p. the doubles tourney, Bob Becker
Pete were also
and Oleynlch,
Ueeth, who scored a fine 48 over
a soggy course. ", Beverly llllln, Calif. (AFI'8)-) presented trophies.
.HEAVTJ; '-The hard-hitting in recent games of Census taker Robert E. Lewis, 22, Tibbet won additional honors an

.. George Chalmers made his first this Lou responsible for the fine comeback made was fined $10 for drunkenly chas- he gained a trophy for being run
. appearance at the course In several byJaxCttucK nine in recent weeks. Left to right are ing a woman three blocks to list ner-up in the ping pong ringlea
month, getting ba'k In the tables at third base and on the mound; GUI!!! her. Police said Lewis ran after tourney, won by Aquilla Allen of
owing and scoring very \\'Uln the Gus 'does double duty, as pitcher and outfielder; his quarry shouting, "Stop, lady, FASron 6, who has since been
low 80's. Don terflelder and Keith Churchill, rlghtfielder. I'm a census taker. transferred..ac .


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CLASSIFIED wIll Odd Terrain Proving Big FactorIn

BULLETINFOR Tough Fight For South KoreaBy

RENT Armed l I"orces 1'rtwiH Servloe
Room for couple or two girls.
Twenty million people are crowded Into an area comparable In
Mrs. R. P Wiegand. 5334 At
tleboro phone 2-5(533.( size to the! state of Indiana- and most of the area Is laced with inouii-
1 bedroom apt. Chief J. M. Thomas ( twins rising in heights equal to the United States' Appalachian range. /

335 Cecilia St., phone 2-3531. This l III the picture in Korea, where the country's terrain may ....: /
Furnished ? .
or unfurnished in
apts I well govern the tactics used in warfare
Orange Park. Mrs Page phone _
-- -
Orange Park 2371. Because of these natural barriers i --

6 room apartment, no children. railroad and highway distances ;: T
2808 Lake Shore between two points are c. NYKOwfA
5 room cottage. $50 month, A. M nearly double that of air mileageFor t'- ."

Sayers. phone 2-0992. r instance: The railroad between .... ... ,
3 room furnished apt Mrs Jacobs Haeju and Pusan rambles for 400' ". ..; '!J. .
-0--. -'' .' ".
phone Orange Park 2661 r < miles:, while a plane traveling between uf. :!''.f'r.. 'tr'i": .7.-- r"r.: : ; ; :: :

Double or single rooms Mr. A. H, tP6A F the same two cities covers .. :' ;;\f. '.
May 3914 St. Johns Ave. phone r only 290 miles. Hairpin curves '. ,' :; 0:a \; '' '..fJoolONE f. ,-
2-27(54. along the line are fantastic. ... '. '\"'" ;5''':'J, I
Single room no children. MrsJ I Among other oddities nature Sour .11" .'I'J. 'f'- :,';oJ'f: -
N. Warfield, 2342 Park St I created for Korea is the slant of / ._"f'1-.. ,: ,....:) ,::/ (11,

phone 7-5703.: the peninsula. On the East coast t "OH- J lli.i. '
Single or double rooms. Mrs \ .: :
the mountains drop into the sea : '
Hertzman. 3338 Randall St while the west coast slopes gently :1? ; ] 'j'H", 1i. "
phone 89192. into the Yellow Sea. ..... ...f- I" L \ j
.. .. J
2 .' .... .' ..
room furn. Mrs Groves, .
apt. High Yellow SfH tldee l r"iM-li -.. "'4.t' .'.:...- ')
4633: Wheeler Ave., phone 2. .t,,'.'''. L.'l"c
2% feet and leave expansive mud /. ..I"I I\", '" 'Jl
4275 | _' .(;:; I r'.lf..1!" / .
5 room bungalow $50 month, 509 flats In their wake Amphibious| *"I '.wr//.r- ', .1 tf

Melba phone 8-4806 or 85714. landings on western shore are I =, n .v11AT7'I.E. .. :, ,_.t?
2! room apt. in Murray Hill.\ For '
naturally, to W theerratic
adults only. Mrs. G. F. Brittam, '3 ganged by I
4it tides.Korea's l COUNTRY-Korea.as -
4624 Astral, 22940.
phone I'
it look
might relief
on a
Small furnished apt $8 wk Mrs waterways are equallyas
is shown here with its
Durham, 2615 Green st.. phone it baffling. On the west coast, terrain map and winding *.
7-7510. a several rivers find their outlets In- narrow
roads. It is through this l
Single and double furnished to the sea after tortuous journeys
country that American -
rooms. Mrs. Lee Schultz, 1447 through several mountain ranges.On must tight fightingmen
Avondale Ave., phone 25930. the east coast, only a few .
-- ----- -
3 room furnished apt. $30 month. short streams are to be found.
NEED SOME LITERATURE-how's reading list! stack
your : !
Mrs. George, 2363 Myra St.. up? If you're in need of the latest magazines and periodicals the Numerous highway bridges span Lt. Reeves Gets
phone 7.4738.Furniohed Navy Exchange magazine shelf located in the Navy ":xchangecafett'rla. the many streams, but these are
room. Mrs. Frank is the place to get your copy. These enlisted men and often washed out during the heavydownpours
Berg, 3338 Randolph St., phone Navy juniors find Interesting: material on the shelves which con in the monsoon season New Assignment .
8.6Ij.i4. tain one of the most complete selections to be found anywhere in which normally strikes during the
4 room furnished: apt. $55 month this area. summer months.'Employees Lt Elizabeth Reeves. attachedto
Mrs. Summers, 5418 103rd: St.. -- -- -. -- --- the Medical Corps here bade
phone 2-8578. farewell to NAS Jax last Fridayto

FOIl SALt: I' Mutual Health Benefit report to NAS San Diego for
House trailer Air Base Trailer' I her new assignment. .
Park 27 ft. 3 Mrs
rooms. For the past three years, Miss
Truesdal. phone 25410. I Reeves has been in charge of the
6 room house. Gl financed equi flight phisiology unit here
tv $853 Payments $36.46 per Society To Be Esloblished Here teaching naval aviators problems
month. Mrs. G. L. Nixon 5232: associated with high altitude flyi .
Transylvania Ave. Wesconnett.
i mg.
phone 81964. 'I The establishment of an Employees Mutual Death Benefit Society has been approvedby A native of Oak Grove Oivgon -
3 bedroom house: with 2-car ga'iragt' the officer and will be within the future it revealed
$850' equity and i commanding organized near was Lt. Reeves is a graduate of
of payments of $65 assumption month. this week by Industrial Relations officials.The ) Oregon State where she majored

G. Macri. 5318 Astral Ave., I in pre-medical subjects She en.
phone 83138. purpose of the Mutual Employees will be given a period ment levied by the Society within tered the Navy in December 19-M:
;MISCELLANEOUS: Death Benefit So..ety. it is pointed I of 60 days to make application ten working days of the date j attended Officers Training School
for the of notice of assessment being due Smith Mass., and also
Ride wanted from WilkinsonAve. out, is to provide immediate membership in so- : at College '
., Spring Park Road. Dorothy financial assistance to beneficiaries ciety. After that time anyone de- and payable. Every effort will | attended the school; of Aviation ,
Wish lon, after 6 P.M. call of deceased members. Mem- siring to join will be required to be made to widely publicize an Medicine at Pensacola.
9-2965. ext 8144. ) bership in the society is open to submit the application! to a Board assessment. Prior to reporting to Jax in
Baby sitter available. Peggy Sut- all civil service' employees of of Trustees for approval and if I fly-Lass Listed:; October 1946 Miss Reeves was
ton. 1231-A Hancock NAS. NAS regardless of age, race or approved will have to pay the I Membership and all claims 1 stationed at Corpus Christi.
phone 8132.: physical condition.All enrollment fee of $2.10 plus the against the society shall be automatically Taking over Lt. Reeves' du-

:Found: Girls' bicycle Claim at \ that is required on the partof last assessment It"'vit'd.Enl'OlImt'nt terminated upon the ties in the low pressure chamberis
Station Police. Call ext. 600. employees to join the organization Fee Set effective date of separation of a Lt. (jg) Glenna L. Cahill. wiN ,
Bide wanted from Lake Shore officials state, is the completion New employees will be givenan member from service at this station reported for duty here June 20.
corner Blanding Blvd. & Black of an application card, opportunity to enroll within There shall be no refund of I] Miss Cahill had a previous tour
burn Rd. 0700-1530. Miss Mar designation, change or revocationof 30 days after date of employment initial fee or assessments paid by j| of duty at Jax. having served
tin ext 718. beneficiary form and submit thereafter they will be required such members in any case. The I| here from October 1944 to November -
Driving to Washington, D. C., them along with $2.10 to one of to follow the'same procedure by-laws provide however, that if '] 1945.Holding .
about 21 or 22 July. Room for the authon/.ed representatives of I ns other employees described an employee was a member of the ,i j a bachelor degree
2 or 3 passengers to share ex the .society. above According to the constitution society five years prior to his retirement I from Kansas State and a mas
penses. Mrs. John Tennv, 5123 For the convenience of employees and by-laws set-up for dote he m: v continue '> ter's degree from the University
San Juan phone 24600. it was reported representatives I the society the enrollment fee membership!" in the society by'|!''of Nebraska Lt. (fig) Cahill en
Baby sitter available afternoonsor will be selected in the ;, of $2 10 will be used to establish paying assessments when levied. !! tered the Navy in May 1944.
evenings. Mrs. J. S. Love various departments and will be the Mutual Death Benefit fund in all cases where a member- -- X -- --
lace 4319 Melrose Ave., phone available for issuance of necessary I I $2.00 of the enrollment foe being I II ship is forfeited for any reason
2-9869. forms. acceptance of fees i I used for this purpose, and'to es- reinstatement i is subject to the Red Cross ReadyTo
1anted: Baby sitter. Mrs. Theus, and to give information when de tablish a miscellaneous operating approval of the Board of Trustees I
phone 21624. sired. i expense fund for which the $.10 and if approved the rein-
stated member will be required Accept Inquiry
-- -- -- j will be applied.
JV Upon the death of a member to pay the initial fee of $2.10 plus \\'"..hlllt.1"1'0). ( : ) The
MONGOLIA MANCHURIA% his i beneficiary will receive an 'the amount of the last assessment .American Ked Cross! has announ-
r i MuKOfNr T r+S I amount equal to $1.00 per active levied. i 1 red that its chapters throughout .-'I'
member at the time of death. Copies of the constitution and the country will accept inquiries
This holds: true where onlv two I by-laws of the Employees Mutual I concerning/, servicemen and their
member die within a period of Death Benefit Society have been dependents' either presumed to be
48 hours: Should three deaths occur furnished! to the personnel offices I In Korea or who are being evacuated.
within a 48 hour period the ,of the various departments and .
total amount in the .death bene- to authorized collectors of the The recent announcement states
r "i'"J: will be equally divided society and will b< :yn e bCf\t>fidaries'bf the de. employees' inspection and information "rounti.ne inquiries" regarding the
bers. To maintain the Information in this mat- location and welfare of servrret -
S "':each member will ter may also be obtained from I t men but its chapters will continueto
!;40 per death, $1.00 the Employee Service Operationof inform servicemen in the fight-
1)(i ori'> ,be. death benefit the Industrial Relations Department I ing area about emergencies In
.Aivortt ICNANO- Now = t/1ANONAI +L Ali } .$tHig applied tay building 907, extension their families at home.
r JAPAN J.h operating e<- 420.Per Requests for information about

."" .e !\U'f; authori/ed to collect American civilians m Korea other
I r' lt It ined enrollee fees and to issue the necessary than dependents of military personnel -
-CHINA c assA :SA App Ube ti>rtCt opted forms have been listed in should be directed to the
;p.N..wA for a prTo hirnent ment'Memorandum issued yesterday of State Washington

Ifw+wHNo' 'of the, forjWlzrfLfanr( which Anyone desiring further information D. C. Inquiries ('onCl'rnineKorean
NIoN w[ io.MOAt was made Wedn.sdayVln; oi-ier.to In this matter may con nationals should be directed to the
'_ get in operation all application tact either the persons listed in Korean Kmbnssy In Washington
ANO1. NONO KONG 1'tt on hand by August 1, wjll c.nistitute the memorandu.n or the Em-
PdC1 charter members of-'Jl-e peuyea Services office. Who was that man I saw you -
I COcean I
NA/NAM society the organization wilt'. :JJ$.. X.---. I outwit lust night ?
established and a board of'trustees 1 ----- --
rSpyN will be elected by the membership -

, .. CNeNA H''tilla"INE members.from among the charter: ::.t'our Jax Air News Home-

FRINDO 'MANILA The Employee Service' Super .! ;r t \ .),)..
'visor of the Industrial RelationsDepartment
ISlANDS 1II\t '. .
,. will act as Secretary- PLACE
-CMINA Treasurer of the Board of Trus I GMrn----.-...........-- TWO

@ tees. He shall be responsible for i CENT

) mi1T all publicity concerning the 01).1 ........--..- STAMP
eratlon of the society and shall
keep members posted periodically 4t; HEm

d TROUBLE: AKKA-Spotlight of international affairs center of such developments of the

on the Far East: This map !shows trouble spots mentioned I by society in regard to financial 4 .1 rf1r 'TO: __._'
President! Truman in his historic dictum on U. S, foreign policy condition, number of active members
In 'Korea (1)) our ground forces' are hammering away at north and such other information sli''A'
Communists while In Formosa ((3) the U, S. Seventh Fleet Is pre as may be of interest to members. 9oi' ---.-
pared to halt any attempt at vasion. In the Philippines (3) utility Membership in the society Shall
rjr aid has been speeded up and assistance to French undo-Chllta I i I be forfeited through failure _of : ?
O) has been assured. I any member to pay any assent