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: March 22, 1951
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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Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commander. Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wing 11
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; Patrol Squadron To
Navy Participate

10 Activated I In

Ceremonies Here In ProgressParadesProcessions

A new patrol squadron,,

VP-10, was commissioned in _

brief, but impressive ceremo-
nies at the Naval Air Station To Feature

Monday morning, with Real 7 n

Adm. Richard F. Whitehead;, Jax Pageant CelebrationSeveral

Commander Fleet Air Wings,,
Atlantic delivering the-
ening address., op- platoons of Navy personnel, plus floats sponsored '

by various departments at NAS, will participate in two
Capt. Jess S. McClure, Com-
mander Fleet Air Wing Eleven, parades next week in conjunction with the celebration of

declared the squadron in commis- Jacksonville's_ ) 50 Years of Progress.
sion as a unit of Air Force Atlan- A platoon of the landing force
tic Fleet. It becomes a unit of 4V ; of NAS, platoons from Marine The Navy Secretary is to ride at
Fleet Air Wing Eleven here. Barracks, and NATTC, plus a Marine the head of the parade Tuesday
Rich TraditionThe color guard will take part in through the downtown area. The
v o mho )rntarrc, parade will include bands and r
squadron put into commission the first parade Monday after-
.. here Monday inherits a rich ;.-Conrad '' noon. marching units from Navy Instal- t
tradition from the original VP-10 The second parade, slated Tuesday lations in the area.
left, reads orders as commanding: officer of Patrol Squadron 10 I
which was commissioned in 1930 I which was activated in ceremonies: here Monday. Capt. Jesse S. 1 is labeled Fifty Years of The Navy chief will be the
and decommissioned in 1946. McClure, Commander, Fleet Air Wing 11, is on the right. Progress Armed Forces Day pa- guest of honor at "The Jackson-
Patrol Squadron 10 completed rade. NAS will send two platoonsof ville Story Pageant" at the Gator
_ a non-stop flight from San Fran- landing forces, one platoon of Bowl during the evening. The
cisco to Honolulu in January 1934 Traditional Easter Services Being Marines and a color guard, one pageant will be preceded by a one-
-the longest formation nonstopflight marching unit of Waves, while hour concert by the Eglin Air
in history of aviation to NATTC will also send a marchingunit Force Base band.
that date. During World War II Observed In Rites At Base ChapelsAnnual to participate in the line of The Fifty Years of Progress pa-
the squadron was active in the march. Floats from O. & R., Sup- geant will be staged at the Gator
Battle of Midway, Gilbert and East church services commemorating the Resurrection ply, Public Works and Operations Bowl from March 26 through
Marshall Islands operations and of Jesus Christ are being observed at the Protestant and Catholic Departments and NARTU, will also March 31. The nightly extravaganza -
played an important role in the Chapels at the Naval Air Station with the traditional religious cere- be included in the parade. Both which will have a cast of
early days of Guadacanal. parades begin at 1530. 1,500, will unfold the story of the
Craven CommandsThe I monies. Navy Secretary Expected City of Jacksonville
late Captain S. R. Brady, Special services have been ar- Secretary of the Navy FrancisP. .
4' commanding officer of NAS ranged for Protestants and Cath- today and Saturday. A high mass Mathews is expected to speakon
Jacksonville from 1945: to 1947, olics at the All-Saints', St. Ed at St. Edward's this morning "The Navy and Jacksonville"next I Red Cross DriveIn
ward's and Naval Hospital char marked the anniversary of the last !
was a member of the original Tuesday before a city-wide
There will be Hour
squadron. els. supper. a Holy luncheon meeting in the George'
Comdr. Conrad W. Craven is Capt. Charles A. Dittmar, senIor be tonight followed at 1930 by confessions.at St. Edward's to Washington Hotel.FIRST Home StretchLess
commanding officer of the new station chaplain will be in
squadron and Lcdr. Arthur D. charge of Protestant services at Good Friday< Services TICKET than 10 days remainto
Nicholson is executive officer. All-Saints' chapel, Lt. John J. Good Friday services will be observed gain membership in the
Members of the old squadron, Burns, Catholic Chaplain, will con- at All-Saints' and St. EiJ- FOR CARNIVALCAR a
attached 'to units at NAS Jax duct the Catholic services at St. ward's chapel at 1200-1300. Chap I. American Red Cross.
were on hand for the recommis- Edward's while Lcdr. William A. lain Dittmar will speak on "The IS SOLDThe The Red Cross membership
.. stoning ceremonies. They included Wiggins will be in charge of serv- Cross of Jesus Ch/ist," while Chap campaign is now well underwayhere
ticket for chanceon I
Comdr. William E. Chase of ices at the Naval Hospital. lain Burns will deliver an addresson first a at NAS and at the various j
the 1951 Windsor Newport
Fasron 109, Comdr. John A. Ga- Holy Week services, which have "Three Hours. fleet units within the Jacksonvillearea
to be at
Meditations of the seven last Chrysler given away
mon, Lt. Robert Brunson and Lt. been observed this week continue under the direction of
, Maynard: Carter of NATTCenterand words of Christ on the Cross will the Navy Charity Carnival May chairman Capt. Charles A. DItt.
Lcdr.i James J. McCoy of be presented Friday from 1300 to 18.19 has already been taken. mar, senior NAS chaplain..
ComFairJax staff. Share Your Air NewsWhen 1430 at st, Edward's. Then will Rear Adm. Alfred E Mont- All Should Join
i > follow traditional stations of the gomery, Commander Fleet Air
'you are finished with cross, finishing at 1500. The sta- Jacksonville, purchased the first All solicitors have been urgedto
Food Handler this copy of the Jax Air News, tions will be repeated at 1930 and ducat last Friday as the sale make personal contacts with ev-
individual, civilian and military
will be followed confessions. ery
please pass it on to your bud- by got underway.
dy to read. Holy Saturday at St. Edward'swill Tickets for the handsome car, associated with the Navy
School Holds Due to the steady input of be kept with the Blessing of top prize among many to be "Our quota," explained Captain
personnel at NAS, it is becom- Easter Water and the Baptismalfont given away at the carnival, sell Dittmar, "is 100 per cent memo
ing a problem to arrange a at 0800 and will be followedby for 50 cents. Any personnel who bership. We urge all our peopleto
Final SessionThe suitable circulation and dIstri- the Holy Saturday Mass. wish to assist in selling ticketscan Join the Red Cross or to con-
bution system. Too, due to the Same Sunday Times contact ftt. William J. Hen- tribute to it. The American Red
Spring Food Handlers rising cost of printing, it is Easter Services will be held at drick at extension 733. Cross has rendered outstanding
Training Program, a cooperative impossible. to print enough pa- the same time as on other Sundays i Proceeds from the sale of service; to the Navy in the years
health institution conducted by the pers for every person aboard at 0830 and 1030 at St. Ed- tickets go toward the Carnival past, as it has to all military serv-
Naval Air Station, Duval and Clay the station. ward's, 0930 and 1045 at All- Fund, which in turn is distributed ice men and women. It will con-
County Health Departments, and Until such time as equitable Saints and 0645 and 0915 at Naval to approved charitable or- tinue to do so. In fact just last
the Florida State Board of Health, distribution can be arranged, Hospital.The ganizations in the Jacksonvillearea. year the Red Cross rendered finan-
opened at 0900 Tuesday for a personnel are urged to cooperate 0830 Mass at St. Edward's cial assistance to Naval person-
three-day session at NATTC audi- (Please Turn in Pare' 8.. Col. 3) nel of 37 naval Installations
torium. amounting to 1271,728. 62."

The welcoming address was given Voluntary Support
.by Capt. Julius C. Early, senior Just how active servicemen feel
... medical officer who told about 300 about the Red Cross was demon-
military and civilian food han- strated in the current drive at the
dlers of the station that savingsin Naval Hospital where patients
materials there organized their own roll call
health and food by
I... observance of sanitary standardswas and took out the first 1951 mem-
enormous. : bership. Many of the men had
NavyWideThe fought in Korea, and know from
food handling program is recent experience the many sound
part of-a Navy-wide movement, : services rendered by the Red Crosa
In time of
patterned on a nation-wide action
The Red Cross depends
that has extended beyond the entirely
boundaries of the United States upon the voluntary support of the
American people, for both finan-
to other nations.
I in the cial contributions and for service
Two identical programs
t from volunteers who are essentialto
morning and afternoon are con-
, ducted dally during the three days its operation.. .
of the school. Candidates for'cer-
I tificates, awarded on the final E-4 5 6 Exams
day, must attend one programfor ,

each Lectures session, Given Slated For July

Lectures and slides were pre-
sented by E. Russell Jackson, supervisor Examinations for advancement
Florida Food Handlers to pay grades E-4, E-5:, and E."
Training Program, Florida, State will be administered on the 10th,
Board of Health; Hugh Butner, 17th and 24th of July, 1951, respectively
chief, division of Sanitary Bac- I it has been revealed. '
teriology, Bureau of Laboratories; Recommendations for personnel ,
Florida State Board of Health; acaaas t !" _""""' '''''''''''''''''_< Comdr. William. F. Lyons base I CARNIVAL GRAND PRIZE-This 1951 Windsor Newport Chrysler g.>es! to the lucky ticket holder must reach the Main- I'' r
sanitation officer; A. B. Castle-I as grand prize at the Navy Charity Carnival to be held at the Naval Air Station May 18-19. Proceeds I side Educational Service office In
I berry, chief sanitarian, Duval from the Carnival go U approved Jacksonville charitle Tickets for a chance on the car art the main administration building :Y;
prior to Apt 11 a, 1WL
(Please Turn t. rare I, Col 1) now on sale.

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Two JAX AIR NEWS March 22, 1951

r Y Report From Washington

Early Commissions For Collegians ;,

Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval All

Station, Jacksonville. Fla. 7 Possible Sites Selected For Air Force Academy

NAS. Jacksonville . __ L .
Cant. Douglas T. Day Commanding Officer By Armed Forces Press 5t"n'lceJ (C) Randolph Al Comdr. Porter F. Bedell Executive OfficerLt. College students may now apply for 'Naval be the final authority for the establishment -

Lorenzo W. Baldwin Public Information Officer Reserve Commissions 120 days before gradua- of the Air Force' Academy. '., t w
Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear tion and receipt of degree In the past, ap- "<
Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery Commander plicants for inactive duty commissions were *. The Army has announced plans for the L "..
Allen Smith Chief of Staff I required to hold degrees before making appli immediate reacquisition and reactivation of '.' .
cation. Active duty applicants were limited to Camp Luis Obispo, Calif., for use as a Signal : .t',
Fleet Air Wing Eleven Commander filing applications 60 days in advance of Corps Center It will have a capacity of 6,000 "
Capt. Jesse S. McClure _
with training expected to commence
graduation. troops,
___. Chief Staff Officer
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Comdr. Joseph B. Tibbets Educational requirements for General Line about April 15.: During World War II, the
Naval Air Technical Training Center Reserve commissions also have been reduced. post was used as a Replacement Training
Capt. Lester K. Rice ._.._._.....__._..- Commanding Officer Center.
Comdr. John A. Gamon, Jr. ___'__H.'._.". Executive Officer emnt. h

Naval Hospital Officer completed in an accredited institution, will The Navy has developed a new technique
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton _Commanding_Executive Officer suffice. Formerly, 12 semester hours of mathe- for reproduction of line drawings and chartsso
Capt. Guy E. Stahr matics were required.S they may be projected on a large screen.
NARTU The new process uses an overhead projectorand
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp Commanding, Officer The Air Force Academy Site Selection Board transparent reproductions and is both
Comdr. Laurence D. Ruch ,-Tr Executive Officer has selected seven sites that will receive time-saving and economical in reproducing

further consideration as the most suitable for charts and posters.
Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration .
building. Phone extension 8184. '- the proposed Air Force Academy, Secretaryof *
Editor-Andrew H. Planey the Air Force Thomas K. Finletter an- A Marine Corps Selection Board will meetIn

Staff Members: John L. Almond; Barbara Rickman, SN; nounced.In the near future to name approximately :500
SA Gerald Hynes SA. accordance with previously announced enlisted men and warrant officers as tempo-
Ed Nelhst ; ,
The JAX AIR NEWS is puoiisnea woemy at the U. S. Naval Air Station plans, the architectural engineering firm of rary second lieutenants. A present board is .
Jacksonville. Florida, and printed commercially with non-appropriated: fund* olabird and Root and Burgee of Chicago, Illinois considering regular permanent and temporary '
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35, Rev.Nov. who will have two of
Naval Air Station the will give six of these seven sites a de- first lieutenants, years
distributed free of charge at the
1945. are
Naval Air Reserve Copies Training Unit Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Cecil Field, and tailed survey. Complete information Is avail- service in grade on June 30, for promotion to ..
the Naval Hospital. able on Randolph Air Force Base, one of the captain.
heSJ AIR NEWS lee rnemoer ot the Armed Forces Presi Service. Reproduction seven sites, and a detailed survey of that .
of material from these sources must bear a credit line. Republlcatlcn
ot oth.r matter, service publications U prohibited without permissionof location will not be required.The Air Force, Army; Navy, and civilian aviation
Editor JAX rIl'NEWStAn sites are: California-Camp Beale, near and air-borne experts attended a recent
Maryaville; Colorado site near Colorado conference held at Fort Bragg, N. C., to study,
Springs; Indiana-site near Madison; North discuss and critique doctrine, training and
Carolina-site near Charlotte; Texas-a) site equipment for future airborne operations and

.:. Easter Message .:. near Grapevine; (b) site in Grayson County; policies.


50-Year Progress
A Sense of Blessing ,

There is general rejoicing in Christendom at Easter time. A :. J JI Jw t Queen To Reign

sense of gladness, assurance and blessing prevail.

But the first Easter season was much different. The Cross of
Jesus was rugged. The Christ on it suffered pain, and anguish, and Over Jax Pageant -
death. The friends and disciples surrounding it were sorrowful and I, Sy7
discouraged. It was a scene of the Christ dying unto sin. Although the identity of the
winning candidate for Miss Jack-
The Resurrection was frightening to the disciples. It was hard. sonville of 1951 was to be.officially -
ly expected. It was not easily accepted. In the resurrection Jesus announced this morning, no

became alive unto God. :7 W'a, 4 1 final indication of the winner wasavaiable
Tremendous facts as these "dead unfo sin" and "alive unto God" to the Jax Air News at

are way beyond man's normal experience. Yet these facts make press time Wednesday morning. _
Easter, and are-the very core of the Christian faith which we pro- i The Naval Air Station Joins

fess. ; with the hard working sales com-

If we be truly followers of the Christ, then of necessity we, too, 11 mittee in (extending thanks to all
must live throughout this experience of the Christ. We must die unto 74 personnel-Including Ensign Mar- /

sin, put sin out of our lives, and come into a new and different being. go Wilkinson, the queen candidate
We do this that we may become alive unto God, a condition in which herself who contributed many
God becomes the great reality. Only so can; Easter have for us a vital long hours and much effort in ad-
significance. vancing her campaign.All .

Capt. Charles A. Dittmar hands aboard NAS and other

Senior Chaplain v v activities in the area have become
fltsr .. well acquainted with Margo. In

-_. lIIr, ...........-'_.. y ... the past weeks she has visited
practically every department at
What Easter Means CAMPAIGN WINDUP The Navy candidate for Queen of NAB Jax, has appeared at Cecil ..

Easter means the Resurrection of the Body of the Christ was Jacksonville's 50 Years of Progress, Ensign Marco Wilkinson aids field, Green Cove and NATTC.
effected after three days in the tomb. It means that death lost to her own campaign at the NAKTU hangar on pay day. Making a Despite the extra hours added to
eternal in the conflict between sin and sinlessness. I means that purchase is John Baxley, AN of VP-741, behind him to the left is her duties as a nurse attached to
life everlasting life has triumphed over the temporal life. Heaven has John Cerino AN of NARTU and to the right is Lee Ball, SN, of the Naval Hospital, she has always ;
conquered earth, the soul victorious Over the body in bringing it VP-741. Miss Wilkinson gets an assist from Lt. jg) Frank Cogh- been happy "to meet the boys"
Ian NARTU public information officer, right.
back to life again. Whatever the outcome, the Navy

Easter means for me that I too shall rise from the dead at the reels that it has made a good showIng -

last day no matter where, how, or when I die. Whether I die ashore weAend(4'inqThfA.Nata since it has been an all hands
and am buried or whether I die at sea and am consigned to the effort The 50 Years Progress j
that body will Queen will be crowned at the Gator -
deep I shall rise from the dead. Easter means my
come back to life at the last day. Easter for me means hope in an Bowl Monday night. {
eternal life.Easter Moreover: the Navy is proud
and happy that Margo will reign
I live that I must sac-
means that I must die before can as over its own Charity Carnival -
rifice before I can be enriched, that I must lose before I can win. queen that will be held here May
back to life but only at a
Easter means that the body will come 18-19.
terrible price of decomposition. Easter means that the soul is
superior to the body and that the principle of life will rule the -r NARTU J
flesh. Easter means that I should respect the soul more than the

that the body should be subject to the souL
body, VF-741 hit the blue over this a carrier qualification cruise. The
Easter means everything to me. I shall have my good Friday. II 1 last weekend in an all-out efforto treasury is now solvent in the
back to life again. r
I shall have my Easter Sunday and come of Lt. Reiman A.
and die. be qualified in instruments, if amount $5.00.
shall come back not to a temporal life but to an eternal one, IJ md when called to active military McDonnell. Jr., now has the larg-
vision of God, knowing him even as I am known.
beautiful investment.
ing the f icrvlce. All pilots are recording est personal
of the body and life
, Easter means that I believe in the t each flight and plans are going Three officers of VF-741 are

everlasting. Lt. John N. Burns, r E ihead according to the instrument leaving. Lt. (jg) Robert F. Chai-
syllabus adapted from Regular son has been transferred by his (Visit the Red Shield Service- ..
Catholic Chaplain ;Mavy Fleet Operating Units. employer to Pansacola, Fla. This men's Club, topside, Navy Beach
> All Reserve Naval Officers at- transfer is also a promotion. He Bus Station, corner Clay and I
Handler \ Comdr. Voorhies ;ached to this command are askedo has been attached to the squadron Adams. Consult the bulletin boardn I
Food : make a special effort to be since May, 1947, and has been ac- the club on your next visit to I
11 present at the NARTU Yearly tive in all NARTU affairs. 'town). -. ... ,
(Continued from Page.Lcdr.1)John New Air Wing Party, March 26th. The "O" Club Lt. (jg) Harry L. (Snapper) Thursday, March 22
County Health Dept.; sac been reserved for this occasion Brown and Lt. Carl W. Gibson, Singing wheels club, transportation
)f. Hirst, station Malariologist Board; Operations HeadComdr. md all indications are that this both have been ordered to active to the rink.

George Baker, Florida State N. party will be the thing. duty. Any dope passed to us will Friday March 23
ef Health and Lcdr. Guy Voorhies is Informal dancing and television
officer. James F. a The new identification tags Issued be appreciated.Let .
Stroud, commissary. new addition to the staff of Commander over this past weekend are your correspondent hear shows.
Fleet Air Wing Eleven, ,without a doubt the best for getting from you. Any Info passed to this Saturday, March 24 .
having taken over the post of Op- acquainted with our ship column will be greatly appreciated. Open house, ping-pong and
erations officer. mates. "Hi Mac" is of course a Bhuffleboard. <
745 the latest recordings. -
and gesture but VP-Fasron
Division friendly greeting
With the Plans Coordination March 25
remember likes the sound The following men were welcomed Sunday,
of the Bureau of Aeronautics everyone
jf his own name. Use the tags and aboard: Lynwood Roberts, 1000-Coffee hour Breakfast;
to his arrival here, I
prior acquainted. For squadron information ADEA, James B. Roland, EM PC, 1700 Vespers, sponsored by the
Commander Voorhies experienced get;
I Youth for Christ, followed by buffet -
AT TilE STATION CHAPELS anti-submarine warfare in the At- VF-741 has a red tag Edward W. Parker, SR, Laurence
frith white centerpiece. W. Yonge, Jr., AR. supper sponsored by DoodleBug
lantic during the past war, while Cootlette' Club No. 91 1930(
Protestant Congratulations are in order for The following men received ad- ;
with VPB-27 VP-74, VP-
serving of Lt. ( ) vancement in ratings: Richard D. Singing around the piano.
the attendance record
All Saints' him well
Services. 5 4and
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March 26 .
Baker Jr., AA John W. Garver,
his :
:School) his duties. Joseph R. Sturgess, who
Sunday for new
( prepared
pel I monthly trip from Savannah. Ga., AA; Robert J. Irvin, Jr., AA; CarlP. Bowling club, transportation
C015-Naval Hospital Chapel. I A native of Bakersfield, Calif., and to Lt. Raymond W. Peach,, Bryant ADE2T); Frank L. leaves the club at 1850.
1045-All Saints ChapelCatholie he attended Santa Barbara State mother long distance commuter Cline, AMH1T); James H. Tur- Tuesday, March :27

College prior to beginning his na- from Miami, Fla. Nice going, fellows rentine, AN.Following. Junior hostesses in charge.
val career in 1936. men are on 90 days Wednesday, March 28

C830-Mass, St. Edward's ChapeL extended.training duty at Anacostia 2000-Ping pong tournament. USO
its two Travis L. Clark, AA; Jack E. Club vs. Jax Table Tennis Associ
Chapel (Catechism The Marine used VF-741 will take yearly ;
St. a sergeant maps
0330 Mills ation. Come and play Frank Pus-
AR and David A. ,
in ,
this Drage ;
active year
thatit weeks duty
Class) with pinheads and explained
and according to a tentative AA Our next dates are April Hand kas; ping pong champion of Eur-
symbolic-each pinhead represented July
1030 Mass, St. Chapelat .
OG4S--Masl Hospital Chapel. one recruit schedule will go to Pensacola for 15:,, 1951. ope.l'age


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Dialogue :
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: Three members of the'
; : \ the coaches and players of the
("Station Dialogue" provides ar si .. Composite Squadron Sixty- league.
opportunity for military and civilian i :"
Two basketball team were
:j :. The VC-62 team finished in sec
personnel of NAS to voice .
.; > accorded places on the 13- ond place after a stirring homa
their opinion on a question put to ,. S' I
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stretch effort last
All-Star team which week. It defeated
them by a Jax Air News reporter). ;
Today's question is "Should the t. .t' will represent the National the Hospital five, 55-41, In

U. S. President's term of office IK I : >' Division of the Station Intra a rousing to the battle and then fell victim

limited to 4, 8, 10, 12 years, 01 tt powerful NATTC aggregation -
should It be Indefinite?" .' Mural League against the 52-50, in the playoff
I > American Division All-Stars game for the divisional diadem

Llndley J. Whitten, AL2, VP- : at 8 o'clock tonight in the before the season.one of the The biggest season's crowdsof count

10: "I believe that s I. mainside gymnasium. for the "shutterbugs" was 14 vic-

the President's They are Bill Niehaus AM2, tories against five losses, and

w ,. 'f term .0 f office center, who captained the VC-62 gave them the runner-up trophy
E> should be limit outfit to second place in the final for the division.

"' ed to 8 years, standing of the National Division Jim hue, Mil, who coached
> After this period : race; Bob Baer, AF3, a forward; the team speaking for the players .

..., of time he it and Glen Petersen AM3, a guard and himself, expressed deep
more liable tc Niehaus was the team's high appreciation for the manner in
R become incompe scorer for the season with a total which the squadron officers and
i. tent because ol of 214 points. He tallied 87 enlisted meu gave moral and
the mental and field goals and hit the strings 40 Vocal support during the sea
s physical it rain I times from the foul line. son.
Llndley Whltten of the many duo 44 Baer was second with 1S1 Individual scoring statistics for
ties he has |fl points including 82 field goals the season also show that Jack
to perform. In pressing times and 17 foul shots; while Petersenwas Durbin AN, husky forward
such as we are experiencing, he a close third with 178 points, racked up 119-points with 52 field]
spends anywhere from 15 to 20 comprising 81 goals from the goals and 15 foul shots.
hours a day at his desk." 4. *
floor and 18 from the charity
J.., .I Other scoring: records, the first

Lt. (j jg) William J. Kostik, VA- stripe.The three men were selectedfor figure indicating the number. oC
field goals, the second the sjic-
15 places on the All-Star team by cessful foul tries and the third

"The President -- -IPRrA1t"7M, .." ._._ 'r the total points follow.

more should than have eight no t ::' >. ; Jim Edmonds'AD3, 28, 7, 63; Lt.

years in office.. Correctly Identify These Aircraft : : tlfrr: (Jg) John Grentzer, 13, 0. 26; Ed

The American And Win A Prize : / Sullivan, AT AN, 11, 3, 25; Dick

public Just does- l >>':" ., .' j>.; .. .' hd.!.:.! :f. jd1:. Sims, AA, 11, 1, 23; Noel Preas-
n't seem to care. : eau, AOAN 7, 9, 23; Charlie
When the time ; \cws4s ; Coughlin, SN, 9, 1, 19; Bobby Me-
: comes to vote Round r. !. Alister, ADAN, 5, 2, 12; Don Shea,
they are just too AA, 4, 2, 10; Dennis I* Perry,
AMAN, 2, 1, 5.
,, lazy to go to the l
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Wm. Kostik polls. Tallies ListedIn %, "its
,: ._ ",:f .>: ; ,t Th.FWi < Ensign John R. Farrell, photo
-, Frank I'.. Davis, electrician. 0 >', {:. :,>.'";'. 1'iJ v;!}... rif t+$.i pilot, last week took a whirl at

it R: Golf PlayFirst ',. ,":.:;'>>"<\:" ,.,. ,:' ,*' ., ;:t.iJt:?.v.''I.v: .":'t.:.<.:(..!(.. finding out what makes aircraft
"TVi of x''f: ";
foi*.' terms each ;'.)v'''' ,':"' .<'=<.,' tl': .:.d'f! :;' o4'' 1 engines tick when a respiratory
> years infection
r%. ; : kept on the ground
round results have been
: i ib long enough '
.. -.tJ for Presi- posted in the station championship g :' temporarily.
.' any ; : ii Joining L. ADC
dent. If he is in golf tournament.In > : : : Jim Edmonds Harry, who Quinn has, been,

any longer it the championship Marcheiby flights .... '_ _'. .' .. .._. _. .-no transferred to FASron 101 at
makes the officea Bill Baker won over I eo
political foot- default. Bill McWilliams de- Quonset Point, and Hobby Me-

ball. It looks like feated Dave Moody 5-4, Steve Russian Jet Proves Stumper To Mister, Ensign Farrrll assistedin
that is proving Kuklinski topped Bill Chase 1 building-up a new engine on
.. i the hangar deck before it was
to be the story up Bill Foulk downed John
...one gathers Prince 6-5 Charles Weiss bested Of Aircraft Quiz FansSome swung into place on one of thesquadron's
ranis Davis from all the Frank Govern 3-1, Dick Middle- Majority Bearcats..
hearings going on in Washington.I ton stopped Lester Platt 1 up contestants wore inclined to question the correct identityof *
believe the old tradition of and Stu Reed finished Steve Cor- in last week's Jax Air News aircraft identification New additions to the squadron
the planes
George Washington, "two termsis nelissen 1 up. pictured contest but Ensign Bishop Blackwell of VP-861 was one ex- include Dana W. Nelson, ADI.
long enough for any one man Winning in the first flight were of Montgomery, W. Va., who had
of his answers.
pert who was positive ___ __
to serve. been stationed at NAS, Norfolk,
Boy Taylor Dave
over Sweeney
The top plane shown, accordingto
Va., and who reenlisted for six
1 up, Judd! Pearson over Bill Rus- the well rounded knowledge they
Joe L. Jones, AN, VF-174: Rusk 1 up, Dave Henderson over Ensign Blackwell, was the the must have of this vital phase of years after completing 10 H yearsof

"I think the Everett Clayton by default Bob 'sian Mikoyan Jet-fighter center military training.All naval service shortly after reporting
view the U. S. Navy F8F
office 0 f the was to VC-62 Charles E.
Wallace over Jack Sullivan by default and the Russian naval personnel in this area ;
,: Presidentshould Bearcat fighter Myers, AFAN, a reservist who
and Rex Warner over are eligible to compete in the quiz
the bottom plane.A
be un- Mig-7 was resides in Milton Mass. John
Charles Schience 1 up and the rules governing the contest ; P.
limited. I think number of participants were Eager, AFAN, of Kansas
. ... Second flight winners included are simple.If City,
of the identification otlhe
President positive
that Mo., and Orval W Harrison Jr.,
Charles Dittmar who( defeated but like to win the $3.00
Roosevelt did a Bearcat and the Mig-7 were you'd AFAN, of Pompano Beach Fla.
mighty fine Job Earl Bradshaw 1 up, A. K. Rob- stumped by the similarity of the credit coupon which is good on Myers came from the Receiv-
inson who stopped Earl Reed 2-1, to other Russian made at Mainside
when he held of- Mikoyan Jet-fighter any purchase ing Station at Boston, Mass.,
Red Cranston over Paul Runyon if would
-j fi c e President jets. Navy Exchange or you while Eager and Harrison were
4-3, Jack Piva who bested Andy show skill in aircraft
Truman in my All Personnel EligibleThe like to your transferred from NATTU at Fen-
Leschak 3-2, Dave Mosier who Identification, here is what you
opinion; doing accuracy with which sacola, Fla.Smiling .
joe Jones a pretty nice Job won over Charles Paresi 2.1 and winners of the contest identify have! to do to win: First identifythe .
too. If the people don't like the Ed Embres topped Steve Jorda the pictured aircraft from weekto pictured aircraft as to type,

kind of a job he is doing they 1 up.The week is indicative of considerable designation: and nationality, and Thomas H. Stallings; ,
can always vote him out of of only match recorded in time spent In research and then phone your answers to either AF3, returned for duty with the
fice." in the third flight found Porter extension 216 or 8184, or bring squadron upon completion of a
Bedell besting Red Wade, ing 2-1, Cliff Carlisle downed A. them to the Jax Air News officesIn four months course at one of the
'(Editor's Note: The 22nd 76. Smith 3-2 Captain Burnam drop- the Administration building Navy's schools at Pensacola.

Amendment to the Constitution In the fourth flight Jim Maul- ped Dan Webster, (.2. Yank Gage Remember that no answers will *. *

which limits the President's term din stopped Don Flynn 2 up, Ed finished Dr. Robbins 4-3;: and Cap- I IM accepted prior to 0900 Friday Lt. George L. Rice was detached .
to eight years became effective Foster defeated Captain Rice 1 tain Early defeated Bernie Hen- and that any contestant who attempts from duty with the squadron -
'after the "question of the week" up, Dr. Teik topped Comdr. Fuhr- ,drix 21. I! to beat the deadline will and ordered to duty with VS-

was asked. The answers however t e disqualified.To 22 at NAS, Norfolk, where he
still reflect the opinion of local! enable you to check your answers will be landing signal officer. Lt.

people.) accurately, it Is, recommended Rice, recently recalled to active
that you'Save your copies of the duty with the Navy, had been
Air News. with VC-62 but a short time.
CPO's FA W.l1 4Theatre. .
... n'
Lt. Leroy E. Irvin, one of the
Pace IM BowlersAs plankowners of the squadron, left
last week for a tour of shore duty -
the race in the Intra-Mural at Pensacola. Lt. Ervin has an
--s bowling competition tightens up GuideMAINSIDE Impressive record within this
only one team is still boasting a squadron as well as a brilliant
perfect record. The CPO keglersin war record in the Pacific. He recently
a the American league are Thursday, March 22 returned from the Korean 7

still pure with 24 wins in 24 en "Night Riders of Montana"Rocky ...--. War zone where he was a photographic ,

counters.In Lane reconnaissance pilot attached 1
date the CPO's Friday, March 23 : to a fast carrier task
the race to "Revenue Agent" _................._ .J i
have also notched the highest force.
team single game tally with a Douglas March 21 Kennedy For his outstanding performance
of 2558. Saturday, of in aerial flights over
929 and a high series duty
55 ....
S. 48 iS S 55 5 5 5r "Wake Island" Donlevy
Lillincotch has been cutting Korea he was recommended by
.. down the wood with singles of Sunday, March 25 the Commander, Carrier Air
"Lemon Kid" .... Bob
210 and 224 and series of 555 and Drop Hope Group Three for the Navy's Air
592. Burkhardt bowling for the o CP"4 Monday, March 28 Medal, and a Gold Star in lieu
Marines has a 542 series. Supplyhas "My True Story", Willard Parker of a second Air Medal. He hail
Tuc*., Wed., March 27, 28
withdrawn from further Mobile Alabama.
American league competition.The "Valentino"NATTOnter.............. Tony Baxter from .

National league is headedby
Thurs., Fri., March 22, 2S Beauty Shop Open'
the FAW 11 pin men who suffered
2 Nights A Week
"Abott and Costello Meet Invisible
only one defeat.
Leading scorers' include Lienauof Man".Bud Abbott Lou Costello The station beauty shop locatedIn
Saturday, March 24 building 28 in the rear of the
the NARTU Marines who has
rolled a series of 526 and 608 and "Revenue Agent" _?..-............... Navy Exchange fountain Is now. ,
Lyons of the same squad who has Douglas Kennedy open on Thursday and Friday eve.
had single games of 223 and 215. H Sunday, March 25 ning, 1600 to 2000
Sanders, lead off man for the "Texans Never Cry" .. Gene Autry Miss Orale, hair stylist from 1
Hospital five, has a single gameof PROMOTION CEREMONY-Comdr. Millard C. Snyder, left, Mon., Turn., March 26, 27 Hollywood and MGM will be on :'Yr
231 that is high in both lea, Control Branch officer, of Supply, gets the congratulations of Capt. "Lemon Drop Kid" ...... Bob Hope hand during these hours Appoint.
W" gues. O'Shea rolled. a 550 series Herman F. Gingrich, right, Supply Officer, upon being promotedto Wednesday, March 28 ments can be made by calling extension -.
for FAW 11. his present rank. "My True Story", Willard Parker 218.


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Page Pour JAX AIR NEWS I "1"\

'Six Bits'Following I-New Clothing ,

Prices Show Big .

its slogan oi Listed below is the new Watch 1.3' i

"Service for the Services",, I price list, along with the old, I Covers: '

Fasron 6 has been working on. Clothing and Small Store 2.10 I

night and day on the aircraft items, which underwent a ] 3.35

of the instrument flight change effective March 1. Drawers Pillow,: ,55. '"..

training division which main Naval personnel are forced to Nainsook .60
pay as high as 100 per cent more Gloves 1.7S ..
tains the planes of the squad ,
on some items, but on the other 2.40
rons used for instrument hand they will get some relief in Hats,. .90. .
check out. an increase in clothing allowance Jackets.. .
The! many periodic checks which The exhaustion of surplus 3.15 '
must be performed to operating r 2'I stocks from World War II and the .9'
aircraft cannot be done during the .i.,..'..,, increase in cost of materials used Jerseys 6.10
day because they either are flyingor in the manufacture of clothing, Is Jumpers: ,
other checks have priority in a large measure responsible Blue, s. .
Some of the check crews have : for the .increase. in ,prices. Blue, .
worked as long 'as twenty- our .:> Aprons O$0.65 New 2.00
hours straight to have the planes cooks $1.2 White 2.M
ready for flight the next day. Bags (Seabag) 3.75Blankets Leggings 1.40 rf
wool crew 7.20 20.0'' 1.30 '

Lt. (jg) O. W. Rigsby, former Brooms, whisk .15 .50( Neckties,
Fasron 6 supply officer had sucha Brushes: (Four .75
tough time finding a house in Blacking & dauber Needles .OS
Kodiak, Alaska, he broke his leg "shoe" .45 .75 ) .
looking for one. r Scrubbing, clothes .10 .30 ) 1.50
His friends will be glad to hear Cap cover, khaki, twill .40 .50< Pillows, 1.20
he is expected to be at the hos- F Cap ribbons .10 .15 Raincoats '
pital here within a few weeks. Any Caps: .
aid in any way to his family has Cloth, blue 1.70 3.25 Shirts; :
,, been offered by the boys in the Cooks, and Bakers .30 ..45COUPLE l 1.33
; 60 1i.
supply department. -

Lt. Chester Parker, Fasron 6 is the way to beat high Shoes:
maintenance officer suffered a prices-just build it yourself.
very harrowing experience last That's what Chief Marvin and by' 2.00...
week when the F8F he was test Mrs. Ladaee of Cecil Field did
flying was forced to return to the here at the Hobby Shop when high 7.50
landing. they wanted a bedroom suite.,
field for an emergency
As he made the last leg of In six months, at a cot of just g s ;isYt low 8.50
his approach, the engine rut out $90, the couple fashioned a 4- : .
retract the poster bed, telephone table,, low 8.50
and he had to quickly <
landing gear and landed In the sewing cabinet and chair, above,, s'SC..AY : St : Shorts, '
St. Johns Kl\er about 500 feet and a "Air. and Mrs." dresser,, ,, "Golf" 3.55
from the boat house lie was not which Mrs. Ladage proudly admires Shorts,
in bottom photo. : 'Golf" 3.15
Injured but Mas rushed to the
hospital for an examination. Shorts, 1.30Socks
PilolGives Broglierlliial I' : .-
Lucufous Gaskins, ADAN, de Cotton .35
leI ted the ranks of the single men I' Cotton .35
Rich ,
l Plane Cotton .35
last week-end and joined forces [
with the "brown baggers." Con- The first time aloft is a mo ; } >o .45,4S
and best of luck, Gas-
gratulations !nentous event for everyone, but Tape,
kins. Thomas Bailey, AA, of NATTC, .01
doubly thrilled when he was Thread:
vas ,
Marvin Robertson, AD3, Ernest
airborne for Jhe first time re- Cotton .05
Brantley, ADE3, and Fred McClure ently as a passenger in a Navj Black, .05
ABAA, of the maintenanceshop lane piloted by his brother, En- Towels:
? ..
were past of the crew who """ --
and !Ign Henry Bailey of VA-15. I"I .70 J
the salvage boat
hoisted Lt. Parker's plane aboard Thomas, who was sent instruction to NA WANT BEDROOM SUITE Trousers: .45
TC for eight
the ship. The scuttlebutt has it the 15.00
three named had trouble getting ii ANP) school, looked up his, Blue

their "sea legs" but soon were rother the first thing after rid arival SO THEY lUST FASHION ONE Khaki 2.00 3.75
roaming the deck like old salts. here and when the plane 2.90
ras offered he readily accepted.

The education and training of- Ensign Bailey, who came intc If you have "time on your that leally "belongs" because of Trunks woolen, 2.80
ficer in building 410 is working on lie Navy in 1946 under the Hollo- hands," and a little patience, you I I the personal effort involved. Chief
a project that will enable them to ray plan and took his two :yean can build for yourself and familya and Mrs. Ladage both worked on Cotton .60
how training films to all divisions f!! college at the University of house full of furniture, and with the job at the Hobby Shop. Gloves, ,..
about three times a week. They :lincinnatl, has been with V AliInce : but little cost. The two are thankful that the black 3.45
are also currently giving training last June and was one of the If you think those are just well-equipped Hobby Shop at NAS Gloves 1.60
courses<< to all AAs that have re- ?dots who helped qualify the words, hie yourself over to the was available to them, and all Cap, .60
cently joined the squadron and !quadron for the Navy "E" ir hbme of Chief Marvin and Mrs. personnel for such an undertak- .JO
which will enable them to take the rockets in recent fleet exercises. Ladage at 2331 Forbes St., Five

airman test next month. Thomas, who enlisted in thfavy Points and take a gander. ing.It would be superfluous to say Medic
ADC who has just
last October, intends to apply Ladage, an that the Ladage's are proud of
Acey continues to reign as number for a transfer to VA-15: after transferred from the Inspection their "home built" -furniture. In
in the maintenancecage 1 division at O&R to VA-45: at Cecil
one sport lhe completion of his schooling fact they think "it looks a heck of Five the
with Johnnie Woods, ADC, here and the 14 weeks of AE Field, made a complete bedroom a lot better" than the one at the school at
holding the title but with two I school at Memphis. suite out Honduras. mahogany at store. TAS A
worthy contenders in Laverne Although Thomas and Ensign the station Hobby Shop located in I -
Crews, AD2, and Daniel B. Smith, the only two from their building 896. of
Bailey are ?
a .. .. 4ANATOMIC
A DAN, other r .11 "
family in the Navy, three The bedroom smite consists of a NAS

The Fasron 6 "white hat of the pent members time of in the their military family sen'lce.Their have. four-poster bed, a "Mr and Mrs." Srr During the NASJax '
AE3 of dresser together with a telephone ,
week" is Arlos father is a veteran of World ,
the electric shop. Native of Clovis, War I and one brother served asLt. table, chair and sewing cabinet. in
J New Mexico, "Art" is well known Colonel in the Army in World Chief and Mrs. Ladage wanted a practical he use -
around the squadron not only as far II, while another hel dthepost new bedroom suite bad. But instead tional and
r an electrician and an adept auto of staff sergeant in the para- of buying one, they thought '
mechanic. roops. perhaps they could build one, witha un-
After joining the Navy in July, little planning. They visited hs chamber in with
1948, and completing recruit trainIng leading department stores in Jax
golfer's daughter ther
She a
at San Diego, Art was sent to was just around in as little to decide on style. Every angle While '
AE school at Memphis, Tenn. His and twist of the suite was copiedby ,
two hobbies are building model a.s s possible. the couple. The suite they Air most Jax of 11,
planes and playing baseball but chose sold for $200. t tr ts .
his pride and joy (outside of his "I wish we'd get a few shipwrecked oth at

pretty wife) is a '49 Pontiac. His sailors washed ashore, After six; months of work, the ain:
dearest ambition is to own and mused the cannibal chief, "What Ineed suite was completed-with a total officer -
is a good dose of salts." .. with the I
operate an auto garage. of J110-
-. ,- - cost of $90, or a saving ems. oxy- ._
-- ----- plus the pride of having something + gen shop .

CPO NOTES larold Lt., (Jg) s

Coburn, ,
There will be a dance Saturday
and Lt- (
night, the entertainment committee -

., ______ __ has announced. The name of
the particular orchestra will be +
tz >S s s withheld until Friday night's Bin- +
go session. ever
The chairman of the entertainment Issed: ," Mftd _
committee will be Jay Stev- gears
ens, AMC, .of NATTCenter. Dixie
Howell and Archie Warren will as- He: tye
sist him. Anyone with ideas re- vords.< .
garding recreation or entertain- She: them
ment programs for the club should there."
contact Chief Stevens at the NA- .r
TTC personnel office. go,

1 1t The St. Patrick's Day Dance lady, "'
was a complete success. Decora- .
tions supervised by Mrs. Howard BOMBER Do Old
, White and Mrs. Jay Stevens were you see spots before your eyes ate to
-- entirely appropriate. St. Pete's Relax mate, that's no mirageit's
Ensign Henry Bailey, VA-15 pilot, fives rwife'
I checkout beforei Day friendship and welcome was Martha Vickers,
right a preliminary "
Thomas ,
younger much in evidence Jim Brothers star. The grecian col-
taking him up for recruit the first training hop of, is his attending life. Thomas Airman, who school only re.-t Bronson's very barbecued spareribs! umn and Martha make a nicecontrast "We .. .
eently completed couldn't have been better. In the use of lines. ny body

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,. -March 22, 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

:"'>I' Boys' Baseball Camp

Set For 3rd SessionWith

two thorough lessons in the fundamentals of base-

ball under their belts, the hundreds of members of the Jax-
Navy Boys' Baseball Training Camp will congregate at Ma-

son Field Saturday morning for the third of five sessions. '

The lads will continue to get
drills in the various fields they Ing correct infield technique outfield

have chosen with more team drillsin play and proper conditioning.In ) .
the offing for Saturday's session. his speech to the lads Lobert
Camp officials have revealed stressed condition, clean life 'and
that they are now ready to put clean habits. "Play the game hard
the youngsters through more 'competitive but play to win and if you are:

.. .... 'drills and will start off afraid of the ball at all, give it up
'J"BASEBALL CAMP HIGH. with batting practice. and go play marbles," was the
C Giant Appea.rAnother point old Hans got across to the
LIGHTS -The hundreds of lads
on hand for the second sessionof A huge gathering at lastSaturday's students.
Ravish former backstop with
the Jar-Navy Boys' Baseball outing got a well-
> Training Camp held last rounded lesson in baseball from Quebec and Montreal also gave
: 6 k
Saturday at Mason Field received John "Hans" Lobert and Tony Ra- tips in catching and other phasesas
first hand know-how vish, scouts of the New York he circulated with Lobert
from New York Giants Scouts Giants. among the gathering. -
The Giants' representatives came An average of 400 lads have
In the top photo Scout JohnHans"
up from the Giants' farm turned out for the first two sessions -.
Lobert, right, gives a campat
group of youngsters a few tips Sanford to lend a. hand in in- with another large crowd
on how to play the first sack, structing the lads in- the fundamentals anticipated for the third outing

while on bottom scout Tony x of the game. Saturday.
Ravish personally demonstrates -' Lobert, now an old favorite with I .
backstopping tech the lads made another big hit In 'Blue Pilot
nlques to Carlo Kirkland, 11- his third trip to the camp.. Al- Angel' .
- year-old from lax.NA7'TC though 70 years old Hans movedin

and among the youngsters with Killed in KoreaThe
the pep and spirit even greater
Man Nets' than some of the lads themselves.

Cornmem/alioii/ Award .Stems Clean HabitsA team leader of the "Blue
Angels" of air fame Lcdr.
veteran of 45 years In baseball Navy ,
A commendation, authorized by during which time he playedfor John J.. Magda is dead.
A. D. Stuble, Vice Admiral U. S. the Giants and managed the It was announced
:Navy Commander Seventh Fleet Philadelphia Phils, Lobert wastedno I by Pacific fleet air.
was awarded Chief Gunner Eu- time in personally demonstrat- headquarters that

... gene' Karns dutlng Personnel Inspection > --" Magda was killed in
of .NATTCenter last Sat- action off Tanchon
urday. f Lcdr. Wolfe Korea.
Karns was given the meritorious I Magda, of Louis-

award lot service as Ordnance Of- __ ._ ._..._. _._ ......._ ; ,n_ ville, Ky., was leader -
ficer of Carrier Air Group Five :-- New SkipperOf of the nationally
,. attached to the USS Valley Forge famous "Blue An-
during operations against the enemy gels," flight exhibi-
in the Korean area from Julyto II I tARL WILSON Says I VA175In tion team of the
... ,
November, 1950. Nav y. .."...1....m.". w as
Captain Lester K. Rice, Commanding Jack Carter's buddy who likes of command ** called Into active
a change cere-
joined the with her-as long as he keeps
showgirls quickly Magda
officer of NATTCenter service last year.
last Monday Lcdr. MalcolmE.
who presented the award was also Army when a recruiting officer Comedian coming up Jan with a present tells about. mony. Wolfe took over ai skipper of Well known in the Jacksonvillearea
commanding officer of the Valley told him t Murray VA-175. relieving Lcdr. John E. the Blue Angels flight team *
""' "'
driver who
Forge at the time Chief Gunner ':','1 he'd get a the ex-Army jeep buys Kennedy. was first organized at NAS Jack-
Karns was earning his commen ,, chance t o no-knock for his car. "It's for his sonville in April, 1946. Six crack
knees" says Jan. He gets car- Immediately before the
dation. "chase the pilots comprised the team.
sick month-when the mony Lcdr. Kennedy awarded cere.i
I I > c h orines. every pay- I .
- I ments are due." en Meritorious Masts to
A certain -
Auxiliary Sponsors w a WAC the squadron for exemplary per- Barrage Night For

Easter Egg Hunt z tw # has been on An old-time sergeant can't bor- formance of duty. After reading
I his which him to
orders assign
KP so of- row money from his men any more
Unit 91, Ladies Auxiliary of the ten they're -he's lost his touch. duty with the Chief of Naval Operations Margo Hikes NayQueen's
Fleet Reserve Association will Washington D. C., he
calling her *
sponsor an Easter Egg Hunt for accompanied Lcdr Wolfe in his ChancesAn
.. a delishwasher. told him he
children of the Baptist Home Sat- A Navigator's girl first inspection of the unit.
urday, :March 24, at 1400 at the was a prince of a fellow then Formerly" executive officer of estimated crowd of 1,800
Talking him Definition of which attended the "Barrage
crowned adentist's
Baptist Home an Bertram street. Z t VA-45 Lcdr, Wolfe is a graduateof
about his A chamber of hol- Night for Margo" at
< office: performance
There will be Easter eggs can- the Naval Academy class of 41,
- dy, cake and ice cream for all, } s 250 > pound lers So many war pictures and served aboard the USS Chandler NATTC auditorium last Thursdaymay
girl friend, these days, some ushers are shout- have netted the Navy's queen '
and a prize for the child who finds until 1943 when he underwent
a' GI said in the fox- candidate, Ensign Margo Wilkinson -
ing "Seating upper
the golden egg. Mrs. Fred A. Fan- flight training and was assignedas
"She loves holes about three-quarters of mil-
nin is in charge of the affair. only. executive officer of bombing a
.. rr to eat and lion votes, possibly enough to put
I 1 A sailor told his sweaterwearing squadron 10 aboard the USS In-
If she ever her ahead in the Jax
friend "Wool does for queen race
more trepid from 1944 to 1945.
Ellye Marshall went on a One variety act after" another
New Orleans you than it ever did for a sheep. He served aboard the USS Nor-
diet the bottom would drop out of (Copyright, Post-Hall Syndicate, ton Sound during a recent Arctic followed in a carefully planned

her life." N. Y., 1951)). (operation and again aboard the rapidly-paced procession across

Squadron 821 I Movie actress Ellye Marshall is I USS Pine Island during the re- the, stage hoofers of the and auditorium.pantomimists Singers .

of the film one many gals
combined their efforts with the
hitched their wagon to a bra. Entries Being Taken I I For the next" two years he wasa NATTC
HereWell newly-formed
Assigned swing com-
test pilot at the Naval Air
When sailor arrives .
a In port bo. Four boxing bouts featuring
For MeetThere at Patuxent .
Swimming Test Center River '
adjusted to the he spends so much on wine, women fighters from :NATTC, NAS and
now also
Maryland. He worked for the
and song, he has nothing left is little time left to Green Cove Springs rounded out
regular routine of the Navy, for luxuries .A J.G. wanted to get Into condition for the coining United Nations as a military ob the evening's show.
men of Fasron 821, trans- drown his troubles but his wife NAS Swimming Meet April server in Kashmir, India. The show was produced jointlyby
Prior to his assuming commandof
ferred to NAS for active du- wouldn't go swimming with him. 4. Personnel Interested can con- the Public Information Office
VA-175 he executive officer -
A Broadway comic proposedthat and Welfare and Recreation of-
ty from their home stationat tack Frank McCaffery at Physical of VA-45 from October of
Stalin the Bomb'sRush. 1
we give Training, extension 593. fice of NATTC.
1950 to March of this
NAS New Orleans early year. .
Entries are now being taken I .
this month, are finding active for the meet which should proveto She: "Penny for your thoughts.. :Molars Out Of Deep Freeze !

duty no great strain.The Puptent Pete says that if the be quite competitive Physical He: "Naw I don't wanna turn With Second Division in Korea
squadron commissioned as meat shortage arrives, chow- Training has stolen the show in pro." (AFPS)-Sgt. Joe D'Elia is off
part of the Organized Naval Reserve hounds may have, to take it on the past. See i his three-day soup diet. It took
In November, 1949 at NAS, the lamb. I I Instructor: "Take 491.6 from the weak Korean sun that long to

:New Orleans, was ordered to active Hours are precious. Save them 852.45.: What's the difference?" I II I thaw out Joe's false teeth, which

.. duty in February. of this year An Air Force corporal said his for yourself and your country with Student: "That's what I say. I froze solid one night in a cup of
girl told him he had a future beneficial suggestions. I What's the difference, water.
After a preliminary orientation
period at J< JAS New Orleans, Fas-

ron 821 was transferred to NAS 1I
"' Jacksonville on March 8 to make S S
ita new home. The squadron is W
currently working with Fasron f
Six to learn the latest wrinkles in

aircraft maintenance.
Taking eagerly to their new
duties of servicing the latest typesof

jets and piston carrier aircraft,
men of Fasron 821 are moving with
zest into their training in techni-
cal specialties required of Fas-

- rons.

Despite! their sudden change
from civilian pursuits the squadron -
member have adjusted well to
Navy routine with a minimum of
confusion and are maintaining exceptionally
high morale.

Lcdr. F. Winter Trapolin is com ...."'..,.. ..
manding officer of Fasron 821,
while Lcdr. Edward J. Harmeyer NAS VIA NEW ORLEANS-Recalled to active duty at New'
serves M executive officer. Orleans In February, FASRon 821 now makes its home at NAS
Jacksonville. In left'photo, Lcdr. F. Winter Trapolin, commanding
"Tell me, pretty maiden, why officer of the squadron, checks pay records,with Lacy Jeansonne, y
are your cheeks so red?" YNT2, left, and Donald Baumann, YNT3, center. In right picture {
"Cause!" Chief Henray Jorns, second from left, gives the word to Elilotl M
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.. 'Cause why t" Daigle AL2; Lawrence Ashman. AOU1; Robert Baehler, AOF1; ;
Cause-metics." Donald Reagan, AN and Royce Jamil, SN.


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I,> I-M Hardwood Title "

A Johnny-come-lately in the, ranks of intra-mural com-

petition, the high flying NATTCenter cagers capped an up-
hill fight to capture the 1950-51 station intra-mural basket

ball championship by sweeping two straight games from VF-

With Ed Nellist 41, 50-48 and 54-44, in the final playoffs this week.UTitVi .

Joe Law of ComFairJax is proof that some office work I ''j' n 1'ineup: ertrtnlrlA/l uritli
ann of former college stars: ued to display his usual fine
ers are also quite skilled at. athletics. Joe won top honors in array I taking high honors
the NATTC crew joined the game, game
the voting for the All-Star team in the American league and league early in the season taking with 19 points, 18 of them on
also was the highest individual scorer in both leagues, finishing the place of Physical Tram- field goals. Jack Sullivan con- -
f ,' the regular 18-game schedulewith 248 points. ing. The NATTCenter absorbed tributed 10 points to the loser's

Law a JOSN has been in the Navy a little over a year two defeats of PT but despitethe cause.
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two strikes against it, the new Monday night's first playoff
now and has been at NAS Jax since last November. lie is t'LJ1 entry moved everything aside to fray was a replica ot what has
20 years old. Is a wee bit short of six feet and would rather win the National division championship been going on all season-breath
play basketball than eat. 4' and the right to battle taking, hard nip and tuck bas-

Joe attended about fourteen schools in half a dozen dif m the finals. ketball with the lead changing
hands times.
Win Final M 44 numerous
ferent states before he became a sophomore at Sherman E. Under the guiding hand- of Atsi NATTCenter drew first bloodIn

Burroughs High School at China Lake Naval Ordnance Test- Stien the Techs came from the the battle but held the lead .
ing Station, California. He finished his high schooling there, bottom half of the National for just a few seconds as VF-41
being* graduated in June of '49. league to a play-off game with came charging back to match
VC-62 and then to the station buckets. At this stage in the
For his freshman year Joe went to school in Kansas play-offs with the VF-41 cagers. game it was evident that both
where he stood out in athletics, winning letters in four ma- NATTC had complete controlof teams were determined to giveno .
jor sports. Later at Burroughs High he participated in _'X<"_ the situation from the tipoffto quarter. Neither team could t '
football basketball and track winning awards in all three. the final gun of the second build a substantial lead as they
TENNIS ACE-Leon Wilson
fray. VF-41 appeared to be off matched point for point throughout -
His chosen Navy career of Journalism comes quite natu- No. 1 man on the NAS varsity form during the entire series, most of the first half.
ral to Joe because during his high school days he also found tennis crew, exhibits a neat failing to hit the hoop with any VF-41 did manage to muster a
time to act as sports editor of the school paper one year backhand in a warm-up ses great degree of accuracy. mild attack and take a 5 point
sion. Wilson, who led the locals Bob Reinhardt started the
lead. The
and to edit the sheet in his final year. to their first triumph last NATTC scoring as he gatheredthe first half moved alongat
He is not quite decided as to what his future will be, week is a former University of opening tip-off and scootedit a very constantly rapid pace keeping and the foulingwas refer

but thinks that he might try the Navy for twenty, Florida star and teamed with into the net. The Techs held a es busy. At the intermission
Owen Williams, 1950-51 NAS slight lead until the closing minutes NATTCenter was holding a 333 {-
tennis champ, to win the City of the contest when they lead. .
Jax Navy's linksters, made up of such familar names as and County doubles tourney broke loose with a sustained scoring .
in the
Bill Foulk, Frank Govern, Bill McWilliams, Bob Wallace, Leo last year.Tennis. drive. Early the second period opening, minutesof Dick
Marchel and Charlie Weiss are now cutting down all OPPO- The first half endeT 25-20 with Allen left the game via rangy the foul
sition so far this season. The Jax Navy golfers are now TeamImpressive NATTC in front. With the ad- route. NATTCenter took advan-
vent of the second half it appeared of the loss of VF-41's fast-
holding a three match winning streak, their latest victory for a short while that
18-9 win the University of Georgia here last VF-41 had lease stepping performer and settled
being an over gotten a new on down to the business of playinga
Sunday. I life, scoring two quick bucketsto determined game.
bring them within one pointof
the but it short VF-41 too displayed some fine
champs was
Two new champions have emerged in two of the three In DebutSweeping lived. The Techs again found the floor playing, but without the -
leading college basketball tournaments. Out at Kansas City range and went on to win. services of Allen could do very
set of little to stop NAn'Center. The
in the NAIB tourney little Hamline University of St. Paul every Scoring Divided
their matches last Friday Techs Center lads continually stole the
High for the was
copped the crown by dropping James Milikin University in with McDill Airforce Base done by scoring George Harriss who hit ball and moved swiftly down ,
Earlier in the the Milikin quin- court to cause VF-41 no end of
the finals, 69-61. tourney netmen at Tampa the NAS six buckets and one free throw
tet had stopped the Florida State University Seminoles, 91- for a 13 total. The rest of the trouble. Not to be outdone VF-
41 matched bucket
varsity tennis men racked upa team was close behind with Bob every made
60. smashing 9-0 to Wei- by NA11C and filled the gap be-
12 Ward
score open Reinhardt racking ,
In the NIT Brigham Young defeated Dayton, 62-48 to their season.In sel hittin gll and Perry Moore tween the two teams. With just
secure the first half of what they hope will be a double victory tallying 10. minutes left to play and the
be the second team the top singles match, Owen Dick Allen of VF-41 contin- score deadlocked at 46 all. NAT
for them. Brigham Young hopes to
Williams, last year's station sin TC put on a drive to take a small
in history to win both the NIT and the NCAA in the same gles champion, encountered some lead, but VF-41 retaliated with a
year. CCNY was the first team to accomplish this, turning stiff opposition in his first games Diamondmen Still big two pointer to tia things up
the trick only last against McDiU's singles entry M. again. NATTCenter moved swiftly -
year. Freer but he rallied strongly to down the floor to score again,
win, 6.{ and 6-3. Wage Battles For and before 'VF-41 could get a
Tomorrow night at the Gator Bowl that top array of Leon Wilson, the varsity's top chance to play the ball the final
basketball stars known as the Hailem Globetrotters will man romped over his opponent, gun ended the first fray.
headline a four-team double-header exhibition of basketball. 1-1, 6-1 and George Chalmers and 51 Team BerthsCoach .
Herb Ellis captured, 6-4, 6.2 and A good many of the candidatesare
l The world famous Globetrotters will meet another top Negro 6-0, 6-2 wins m their singles Frank McCaffery. working vying for outfield positions,
quintet, the Kansas City Stars. The Boston Whirlwindsand matches. hard at whipping the 1931: Jax including Ralph Cochrane Nor.
the Toledo Jeeps will clash in the opening sortie whichis Rounding out the singles: com- Navy Baseball team into shape man Quarrels, Cecil Karpmski
petition Len Curtis scored a 6-2, for the coming season, now has Al Schudel and Don Manning.
scheduled to get off at 8 P.M. ((2000)).
i-1 victory and Norm Breault two major problems.The Fighting for infielders" berths are
With every new season it seems to fans and experts made it a clean sweep in the In- mentor has announced that Bill Saunders and Leroy Saunders -
alike that the Globetrotters have reached the ultimate in dividual contests by defeatingSgt. the squad is weak at shortstopand first sackers; Chester Neely,
court perfection but at the end of the season it is obvious W. T. Walden of the Airforce behind the plate. Candidatesare at second; John Thurmond at r
their previous achieve- squad, 6-1 6-0. eager to win a berth on the third, and Dill Ziegler at short.
that the Trotters surpassed
In the doubles matches two new team but lack the experience in Backstop candidates are Jerry
ments.For members of the NAS varsity, Don these positions.The Livingston and Leonard Faustyn.The .
example, last year the Harlem quintet won a total Degen and Bill Graham, won their 34-man squad has been squad is well stocked in -
of 153 games, losing only two during their regular schedule spurs in an action packed matchIn holding intra-team practice sessions pitching with returning veterans
world seriesof which they had to rally from a for about a week now, and Chuck Webb, Bob Becker, Joe
and then went on to win the transcontinental 1-4 deficit in the first set to copa McCaffery has been pleased at the Gushanas, and newcomers Eugene -
basketball from the College All-Americans. Then, as if close 7-5 victory. The Navy showing thus far. There is evidence Duval John McCaffery,
that were not enough, they went on a trip to Europe and duo found their pace in the sec- that the Fliers will field a Henry Martinyk. and Phil Rich-

Africa, winning 72 of the 73 games they engaged in. ond set and swamped their oppo- formidable unit this season. ter.
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So far this year they have played in the United States, nents Len 6-0 Curtis to win and the match.Herb Ellis -

Canada, Alaska, Hawaii and Mexico and have already run teamed up to give the NAS net. What Is Spelunking?
up an amazing total of over 130 games won and only three men another doubles victory and
losses. Their first loss was administered by the Minneapolis Leon Wilson and Owen Williamswon Once again the experts have The question It! : "What It

Lakers, 72-68, at Chicago Stadium, February 23, before their after doubles McDill's match competitor by default been stumped as the Quiz spelunking
corner came up with a toughWe can tell you that spe
18,500 fans to break a 117-game winning streak. This was Freer developed a painful heel Injury id last week. Nary a soul prolunking is the name of a
the longest winning streak in the annals of modern basket- in an earlier singles match vided the correct answer to recognized sport that is quite
with Williams. the question "What is an popular in the United States
ball.Plans are underway for the Globetrotters to play in the i Epee, what is it's maximum as well as the rest of the'
The first time that women, in
weight and what is It's max world.
annual invitational tournament at Havana late this month. any numbers, attended boxing imum length?" The first answer wins a
In April they will play in Madison Square Garden against bouts in this country, was for the First, an epee is a fencing free, full course meal at the
the College All-Americans. After that, they will tour South Jess Willard-Frank Moran fightin weapon. It has a weight of civilian cafeteria, good any
1916 at Madison Square Gar- 27.16 and has a maxiday of the week.
America and then be off on a six months tour of Europe
den. mum length of 43.307 inches. To allow for an even distribution
and Africa. This week the Sports Quiz of the Air News, no
Besides all of this basketball playing, the amazing cage Battling Nelson floored Willie "onies up with another tough answers will be accepted prior
wizards have found time to do a full-length movie for Columbia Rossler with his first punch in one ,one, but not if you keep up on to 0900 Friday, the day after
of the shortest fights on ,record. the P"s and Q'. in sports, publication. ..
pictures called "The Harlem Globetrotters", The The total time of the fight in-

movie will be released sometime this fall. cluding the count was 12 seconds.

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Clash In Tilt Tonight

As a fitting climax to one of the hottest intra-mural

4 basketball seasons in station history, the American and Na-

> tional league All-Star teams, selected this week will clash' I
tonight at 2000 in Mainside gym in the station's first an-

nual intra-mural all-star basketball game.
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Although individual members o[
the two teams have had little on display and which will be' inscribed -
practice together as a team be- each year with the win
cause of time limitations, this ning team's name and will serveas
a record of the intra-mural
first annual game should be a
,Z crowd pleaser from the opening All-Star games in :years to come.
, whistle because of the caliber of Plenty of Talent
the men who were' selected for the No starting lineups have been
teams. announced, with both Americanand
; National squads having
f Award To Winner plentyof
top men to choose from. Four-
Each player has been consistently .
4' teen
men comprise the American
S55 a standout during league division contingent, with 13 men
play this season and each team is making up the National combine.
determined to win this first game Members of the All-Star teams
of what promises to be an annual listed elsewhere
are on Page 7.
highlight of the intra-mural basketball
One of the largest crowds ever
season. to witness intra-mural basketeersIn
? Physical Training officials have action, is expected to be on
S. authorized a suitable plaque or hand for tonight's game.
t. trophy to be permanently placed .
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,Selected by ballot for their

play are these members of the 5,%. .
Jntra-Mural All-Star squad. VC-62 For
The American loop squad, top,
includes, front row, left to *
right, Mike Ciminero (ComfairJax 4 : National Crown
:; Richard Dick (VF-41);
Tom, Sanders (FASRon 109); J. Dark-horse of the National
Watson Allen (VP-861) and
.... Joe Law (ComFairJax). Back )4 r division of the Intra-Mural
. row Dick Murray (Personnel); league, NATTCenter, foughtits
Hawk Basile (ComFairJax); way into the station final
Rolf Hartman (FASRon 6); play-offs with hard
a fought
): s
John Sullivan (VF-41)) Dick
Allen (VF-41)); Maurine Te- victory over a powerful VC-

.. vault (VP-861)), ant: Bill Du 62 quintet last Friday.The .
bosky (VP-861). Gordon contest with VC-62 was one
Schott and Gene McKenzie of .$ > u os of the toughest that the Tech's s
NARTU are missing from the Jam, o have had to play since they took'
photo.National. over for the now defunct Physical
League squad, bottom Training: five in the opening daysof
front row, left to right, the tourney.
Vernon Westwood (Hospital); Lead Changes
Henry Doebler (Supply); Bill NATTC got off to a flying start,
Niehaus (VC-62)); John Rouse but VC-62 soon tied the score at
(Supply) and Gary Walsh (Hospital a 19-all with just a few minutes to
). Back row, Glen Peter- go in the first half. It was then
. son (VC-62)); Bob Reinhardt that Bob Reinhardt of NATTC
.(NATTC); Jim Hiehlejr (VP-5)); found the range and hit three
Perry Moore (NATTC); Chas. quick field goals and two free
Rhoades (Operations); Bill ; ; : ; throws to close the half with NA-
MAyhew (Supply); Ward Wei- TTC out In front, 2719.
sel (NATTC), and Bob Baer The second half provided little
(VC-62). In the way of action until the

.. : closing minutes of the game,
when VC-62 went out in front by
Joe Law Leading
S three points on the flashy shootIng -

.... of Pete Peterson; and Ted Sul..
IM Loop ScorerJoe ivan..
Win in Last Seconds
Law, fast stepping Com- With just a minute and a halt
FairJax forward, took individual to play, a lay-in and a charity toss v
high scoring honors In the recently by Ward Weisel put NATTC on

completed intra-mural basket 27 Picked On 1st Annual top again but another set shot by

points.ball league with a total of 248 Peterson 14 seconds tied to go.the game with Just

Law compiled a percentage of Just the second before the gun
13.7 points per game In the sea- went off Bob Reinhardt fired a
eon's 18 games. Infra-Mural All-Star Team desperation shot that cleanly cut
Wat Allen, of VT-861, finished the cords and gave the victory to
behind Law with 243 points in 17 the Tech's.
games. The American league stole Selected on the basis of their playing ability, team performances and all-around good. NATTC's win capped an uphill
the honors, placing eight in the sportsmanship, 27 players have been named to comprise the first annual Naval Air Station fight for the National crown. The
top ten scorers. intra-mural basketball All-Star squad.All I training center lads won the rightto
PLAYER TEAM POINTS battle the American division

Law _-.JComFair Jax _.248 American members and National of the two intramural 10-team- inated for all-star honors and the for all berths and three membersof I winners, VF-41, for the IntraMural -

Allen ....__VP-861 243 basketball leagues were con- National League players picked 41 American League clubs, with 5 championship.. .
Dubosky .......VP-861 _221 all-star men for the team. votes each, two men with 4 first I
Dick ??......_.VF-41 ,.,.......,.......21:) sidered for berths on to insure the While the original plan had place votes and 6 players evenedup
and in order equi-
Westwood .Hospital in each with 3 nominations each, whilein
each team Was askedto called for only 10 men Softball
Holifield _._.Fasron 109 ..._.195.ComFairJax : candidates for all- league being chosen the voting was the National League, four players -
....___.. _...195: nominate
Basile close that final results in both had 6 tallies each, there were
.Personnel ........'....186 star honors. so for
Murray _._ 14 men in the two with 4 votes and as in the Mar. 28
Hickman __.VP-3 ......_._......185: Limiting individual teams to voting leagues American placed League on the team American League, five men tied
Walsh _....._..Hospital _...........179 for no more than three of and had 13 ball handlers in the with 3 votes.Consistently. Attention all Activities:
their for the
National League for all-star hon- the voting was There will be a meeting Mar.
team, team playerswere
Narlu Linksmen Lead managers heavily in favor of those men who 28 at 0900 at building 930
instructed to return a voting
ballot with the names of the top ors.Leading the American League had been standouts during the sea for all units wishing to enter
National Loop Race ten players in their league who in balloting was Joe M. Law of Com son and in line with national all- teams in the Intra-Mural softball -
'.* their opinion deserved the recog- FairJax who garnered 9 out of star selections the league winning league.All .
With long drives and accurate nition.A the possible 10 votes while Watson teams placed a preponderant number coaches, or representatives -
putts the NARTU golf squad has committee composed of Jax Allen of VP-861 pressed Law tor of men on the All-Star team. will discuss rules and
taken over the top position in the Air News and Physical Training top spot with a total of 8 ballots.In At a later date eacn man namedon regulations governing the
National league race for the In- representatives tallied the ballots the National League James the team will be presented an league at this time.
I VP-5 and Vernon West- award for his achieve-
tra-Mural links crown. and players nominated were listed Highly of appropriate
After four weeks of play, the according to the number of votes wood of the Hospital five tied for ment.
NARTU team is three points ahead they received with ten votes being top voting honors with 9 tallies Those selected by their team Fonvielle Wins Blind
of VP-3. In last week's play the that maximum that one each. mates for berths in the first annual
Warriors defeated VP-5, 19-5, and .contestant could receive. any In the remaining spots on each Intra-mural All-Star basketball Bogey TournamentChuck
VF-172 stopped VP-3, 1211.In Almost without exception the all-star team it was nip and tuck teams are listed below:
the other two matches FAS- Fonvielle took top honorsIn
voting in,each league followed the Intra-Mural All-Star
NAS SquadNATIONAL the weekly blind bogie, shooting -
ron-109 bested CFJ-FAW, 11 -
same trend. In the American AMERICAN LEAGUE LEAGUE a 91, after picking 12 for his
CAG, 11, 12-6 and FASron 6 down
ed VP-861, 18-6. League there were 42 men nom- Name Team Name Team handicap to give him a net of 79.

Bob carded two birdies and an Joe M. Law ..._..ComFairJax James Highley VP-5 Comdr. Bill Chase ran a close
number of to turn in Watson Allen _..__...VP-861 Vernon Westwood.Hospital. second as he shot an 83, picked 0
Jax Navy Golfers equal bogies of John Sullivan ..._.......VF-41 Charles Rhoades ......Operations for a handicap, and ended with a
of the best varsity scores
one "Hawk" Basile ......ComFairJax Robert Reinhart .._.._NATTC net of 78.
3rd StraightJax the Teamed season.with Wallace was "Leo Rolf Hartman ..........FASRon 6 Bill Niehaus _.__.._. VC-62 A. 1C Robinson took clotfest-to-
Cop Marchcl. The two defeated John Richard :Murray .Personnel Gary Walsh _....._Hospital the-pin honors on No. 16 when hit
Bob Baer ......,...... .... .....VC62
Navy's golfers won their Carson and Nole Richardson, 81. Bill Dubosky ........__.Vp-881 ? tee shot landed 10 feet from the
._._..__.VF-41 Ward Weisel .._...NATTC
third match of the current season Bill Foulk and Billy :McWilliams Dick Allen ... .. ... pin. .
last Sunday when they dropped a downed Bill Kirby and Gill :Moody, :Mike Ciminero ....ComFalrJax John Rouse .......,.............Supply Longest drive of the day on No
visiting University of Georgia 7-2 Gene McKenzie ..._.......N-ARTU William Mayhew ..........Supply 17 was claimed by J. H. Damn, at
.team on the local: links, 18-9. Georgia's Red Hester and Bill Maurice Tevault ..............VF.U Glen Peterson ?........_..VC-62 he slammed one 250 yards down
Bob Wallace turned in a par Phinney handed a defeat to Richard Dick .............._VF-41 Perry Moore ..._.....-.....NATTC the middle
I 72 to lead the field for the day. Navy's Charlie Weiss and Frank Gordon Schott _...........NARTU Henry Doebler .._.........Supply I Ken Sutton had the longest putt
I ,.' I 109 in a 15: footer. -
Thomas Sanders..FASRon tapping
Playing a steady, consistent game Govern, 6-3. I




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CLASSIFIED Much Progress MadeInstruments

BULLETINItems Devised To Detect Radiation iis'P

( offering for sale article I .
of property such as washing ma
chines, automobiles, furniture, ra: Well oriented in previous lee;

dios, clothing and the like is pro. tures on the history and development ,

hibited by Defense Department t of the atom bomb, plus i it ", ,, "i \' ,H..M S HI ELD.f
regulations This column; will however devastating power and its possible ;

list such services as avail. consequences, the select group 01 : The Public Works Department
able housing, rides wanted, los t t civilian and officer personnel 01 .f\'fr: : Recreation Committee has been

and found articles and other simi. NAS attending the weekly serie! "' "' selected again and things are in

lar notices). of lectures on radiological war :.t. ::t \:;{$t"UV full swing. Those serving are
FOR RENT fare were given orientation and \ ua; 'rw Faunce McCully, chairman; Fran
instruction in the use of radiac instruments : II It. ces Theus, secretary; Mildred
Single and double rms., 1447 Avon and methods of decontamination Fowler, P. H. Sapp, C. S. Wemp,
dale Ave. Mrs. Lee Schultz Ph .
in the final program L. M. Bennett, Charlie Green
last Wednesday. Walker Crevasse, Cecil Fisher andJ.
3-rm. apt., pvt., furn., 4422 Shaw .
"Instruments for the detection L. Revels.
2-3226.nee St., Mrs. Nichols, Phon of radiation constitute one of the g .:t .':.fINDING I I r't L MAL PH A Plans have already been made

most important items'of radiological '('( \< for a dance to be held April 27 'If
for furn. $5 week, ,
Rm. gents., ,
defense equipment, declared i: ) : at the Mayflower Hotel. Music
Park Pace Ph. 8-3922
Orange Lcdr. James D. Mullins, officer i Ir will be by Abe Livert's Orchestra;
Furn. rm. in pvt. home, 2720 Bay charge of the radiological warfare Those who attended the previous

view Ave., Miss Betty Ann Dav series, "you cannot see, feel, 01 dances at the Mayflower know .
is 2-8860 after 1700 3-4831 ,
or smell radiation, therefore you must f what a good time was had. All
between 0900 and 1700. ntIJ
have instruments by which radia : are looking forward for this one.
Furn. rm., 2312 College St. Mrs
tion dangers can be detected and { Tickets'will be $1.00 per person
Ph. 7-6249. measured." : : and will be on sale shortly These
Bedrm. and pvt. bath, 4455 Ortega + can be purchased from any mem-
Farms Circle Mrs. Donahoo Ph.
If< "
86295. "There are two general types of > ber of the Recreation Committee.
instruments," pointed out the lIj' If anyone ha' any suggestions or
tingle or double rms., 1628 Chal speaker, "exposure and the one Ideas as to what sort of function
len Ave., Mrs. Somers, Phone that: measures intensity. Instruments : they would like for the rest of the
2-5008. : lil the committee will be
of the first type are used year gladto
2 efficiency apts., $55 per month, them.
primarily to show how much radiation receive
3642 Beach Blvd., Mayfair B. ;
a person has been exposedto t *
Y. Obi Ph. SH'
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during a given period, while instruments Ethel Huffman is a grandmother -
2rm. 1511 Barrs St. Mrs.
apt., of the'second type are for the third time. Little Bev-
Spurgeon, Ph. 8-2407. used chiefly for surveying contaminated ATOMIC FILM BADGE-Here Is a cross-section photo of a erly Jean was born in Californiain
Furn. rm., 814 King St. River- areas, structures, or film badge used to detect radiation. The badge consists of a small February. Ethel hs one
side, :Mrs: Davis, Ph. 7-4889. subjects to determine the 'amountand piece of photographic film mounted In a holder behim" a lead grandson and two granddaughtersnow. .
2-rm. furn. apt. and small bedrm., type of radiation being emit- cross. As it absorbs radiation, the film becomes darker. The film .
1729 Market St., Mrs. Coving must be developed to determine degree of blackening by another The Department welcomes

ton. Ph. 2-7179. ted."If _instrument_ .,. the' densimeter. aboard Lt. Frederick Williams
Double bath and ent. you enter areas that mightbe
rm., pvt. ,
3114 St. Johns Ave., Mrs. May. radioactively dangerous, you a holder behind a lead cross. As it the scale a distance proportionateto who reported in this week' Lt.

Furn. apt., couple or bach., 2215 will probably wear a film badgeor absorbs radiation, the film be- the quantity of radiation re- Williams hails from Sanford.
River Blvd., Riverside, Phone similar exposure instrument.A comes darker. It is not possible, ceived. Florida, the fishing grounds of
badge consists of small how dark the filmIs Maintenance. We also welcome
2-8209, Mr. Johnson. a pieceof however, to tell
3-rm. apt., furn., Five Points, Miss photographic film mounted in until it is developed and the "An Instrument measuring radi- aboard Annie M. Sala who has
been assigned as a clerk-typist in
determinedby ation is the
Hibet, Ph. 7-7882. degree of blackening intensity basically
Efficiency apt. at Five Points, Civil an instrument called a densito- same type as the pocket dosimeter I the Contract Section under Cleve
Service I
meter. but contains electronic circuits as q
Myra St., Mrs. Wistel, Ph.Rm.6with
that Mimi 13a.1ley
"The lead cross in front of the well, in order to magnify the effect Sorry to report -
kitchen 4318 Mel- to differentiate of the radiation to the point of the Design Division is con-
priv., Workers Get film makes it possible -
I fined to the hospital and will un-
rose, Ph. 8-2837, Mrs. Exline. between two types of radia- where its intensity will immediately -
We for
5rm. furn. house, 3239 Dillon St., tion. One type, gamma, will go show on a meter. They come in dergo an operation. hope

Mrs. Thompson, Phone 7-3872. Confab InviteA through the lead cross to the film, various sizes and types, dependingon her Wicker a speedy of Housing recovery.has been:Margie on
Furn. bedrm. and bath, 2811 while another type, beta will not. the specific purpose for which
sick leave and we hope she is
Forbes St., Mrs. Hagdorn, Ph. The blackness of the area behind they are used. The most common
meeting of importance to all able to return to work soon. Bess
known ion
types are popularly as
2-3043. the lead cross will show how much
civil service employees is scheduled fall reports that Chief Harkinsis
chambers and counters.
Furn. for ladies 2743 Vernon Geiger
rm. radiation the
gamma person
for Thursday night, March back at work after 17 days
Terrace, Miss Snelling, Phone 22 in the ballroom of the Semi- rying the film badge has received, "You can do a great deal to leave.
2-5915 after 6 p.m. nole Hotel, it was announced and the other areas will show protect yourself," said L dr. Mul- .

Will rent bedrm. or share home this week by the Industrial Relations how much beta fadiation he has lins, "against the effect of the Ethel Huffman was also on) the
with working couple, 4312 De received. atomic bomb explosion. The most
Department. sick list Monday and we certainly -
Medica Ave., M-Sgt, Anson, Ph. Mr. L. M. Walker, National representative "The pocket dosimeter is also an important item in your personnel hope she will soon be feeling-
85827. of the National Fed- Instrument which shows the accumulated defense plan is, of course, taking chipper again. .' Louise Bragg
FOR SALE ratiorl of Federal Employees, effect to exposure, but shelter, a deep basement, or 1 subway of Transportation is in Dallas.
trailer will conduct the meeting it t can be read directly by looking .. I basketball in the
House 27 ft., $800, at San com- Texas? playing
Juan and Lake Shore, Mrs. Bar- mencing at 1930, which will be I through the eyepiece. When the i'National Tournament. Louise is
field, Ph. 2-9305. i open to all civil service em- pocket dosimeter is fully charged, "Where ;you can't find any shel- on the NAS Civilian team.
27ft. house trailer, E. C. Fluck, I : the indicator is at the zero pointon ter at all, throw yourself flat on ,
Ph. 20492. Topics to be discussed by Mr. the scale. As radiation hits the the ground. This will help protectyou From Maintenance: The Su- ..

'48 Sparton Manor house trailer, I Walker include pending and proposed instruments, its charge is dissipated against the blast. To prevent pervisor's Club had a fish fry
legislation on various mat- and the indicator moves along flash burns, try to cover yourself Jim
27 ft. 5906 Timuquana Rd., Mr. Tuesday, March 20. Gwynes,
Holifield. ters affecting civil service em- completely with some light col- Paint Shop, was off all last weekto

2-bedrm. frame house, 1262 Ply- ployees. Easter ServicesContinued ored cover, catch fish, but they finally had 4
mouth Place, Ph. 8-4350, D. W. The more important topics "After the bomb has exploded, to be bought Bo Rountreeis
which will be discussed are: (1) must be careful because of
Blubaugh. from 1)) you back after a short illness., Clifford -
1-bedrm.., 4606 Ulmer, Lt. Adams, Improvement of Retirement System ( Page the radiological dangers unless the Murray is home from the
$8,000, G.I. equity. ; (2) Annual and Sick Leave; will be the High Mass on the Resurrection bomb has exploded high in the air. hospital, hope he will be back to(

8-rm. garage apt., Mrs. Lane, Rt ((3) Increase in wages of employees sung by the St. Edward'smixed With this type of explosion, thereIs work soon. Bill Jones is still in
10, Box 810 Call 8-5574, coming within the purview choir. Chaplain Burns' Easter little danger of contamination, the hospital recuperating from a
MISCELLANEOUSRiders of the Classification Act Sunday sermon will be "He is for all the radioactive productsare recent illness Clarence Porter -
wanted, leave Five Pointsat (Group IVb) and, ((4)) Repeal of Risen, He is Not Here," while sucked up into the mushroom has a new Dodge-baby blue.

0625 and return, E. L. Pad- present overtime pay provisionfor Chaplain Dittmar's" topic will be cloud. Happy to report that Mac Me-

rick, Ph. Ext. 525 or 7-6880. employees.NAS "Alive Unto God. "In such cases get out of your onigal's section, composed of 98
Ride wanted from Landon and Minerva employees whn are interested Chaplain Burns will say Catholic shelter and make 'yourself useful per cent of colored personnel

Ste. S. side to NAS and in receiving current information Easter mass at the Hospital at by helping put out fires, remov- turned in the highest percentage

back, hrs.. 0800-1630. A, McIntosh on matters which affect 645, while Chaplain Wiggins will ing survivors, and doing other res- ot returns ,for the Red Cross in.the .
them as civil service employees conduct Protestant services thereat "
Ph. 9-2956
or ext. 684. cue work. Public Works Department.
Riders wanted 0800-1630, vicinity should attend this meeting. 0915. We think this is mighty good!
Pear Court and North Shore via '

Springfield and Riverside, Mrs. I Mutual Pays Circus Tickets Available

Hudson, Ph. 582 or 3-1242. Tickets are now on sale in the
Lost, .class ring of class '49 Uni- Jax Air News office for the Rogers -
Ninth Death
versity of Va., initials WEK, cone Bros. Circus to be held Wednesday -

tact Lt. Kelly, VP-861, Phone and Thursday, April 4:

. 8225. Benefit Claim and 5, at Edgewood and' Cassatt
Lost, ladies' Longine yellow gold Avenues.

watch in vicinity of commissary Sponsored by Lori Grotto, -
\ store or bank, contact Mrs. W. The Employees Mutual Death Masonic[ organization proceeds
\ C. Fly 1130 Brierfield Dr., Ph. Benefit Society announced the from the circus go to the cerebral -
'f 2.7209, Reward. payment of a claim to the beneficiary palsy fund. General admission -

;, Ride wanted from Edgewood and of a deceased member and will be 65c for servicemen .
C at the time made known I..
Beaver, hrs., 0800-1630, Mrs. same or women in uniform
!1!II' Chen, Ph. 684 or 2-4660, after that assessment number nine was -x-
.' 1640 now due and payable by April 3, -

f, Riders'wanted from vicinity of E. 1951. the Board of Trustees an employee -

7th\St. to NAS, hrs., 0800-1630, William S. Matthews, Helper can become a member by
Hundley, Ph. 8114 or 4-6697. General of the Overhaul and Re- payment of the initial fee of $2.10(
.I';' Riders wanted from Riverside and 4 pair Department was the member plus the amount of the last assessment -
Goodwin St., 4. section duty, men who succumbed to a heart attack levied. The benefits tobe
preferred, call Duchaine at Ext. this past week-end and his bene- derived from membership in

< 288, hrs., 0800-1630. R bl ficiary was the recipient of the the Society, of course, depends
claim paid by the Society.In upon the, toal number of 'active
Staff-74 Men\ accordance with the by-laws members at the time of death.
Two Wing of the'Society, his beneficiary received As indicated by the amount

Extend Hitches Here an amount equal to $1.00 paid to the beneficiary of WilliamS
for' each active member of the Matthews, there are only 1090(
Two Chief Petty Officers, attached Society at the time of his death.In active members in the Society ar 11
to Organized Reserve units this case, his wife who was present. There is a possibility.
a at Jacksonville Naval Air Re- named beneficiary, received the even doubling or tripling tU.: .
vf" serve Training Unit have just o Society's check for 109000. amount and which of course
completed a four-year enlistment Since the organization of the would mean that in future claims

r and have signed over tor another Society in August 1950, nine the amount to be paid to beneficiaries -

four-year "hitch" in the Naval; claims have been paid to beneficiaries would also be doubled or
.:.....---- -- -- of
Reserve. deceased members tripled according to the number
They are Chief Aviation Store; NAVY NIGIIT FIGHTERS TRAIN-Here Is a Naval Air in- These nine claims paid have to- of' members in the organization at

,, keeper Thomas M. ,Burns, and terceptor crew at their station Inside a truck at Moffet Field, taled $9,770.00. time of death.
Chief Disbursing Clerk RobinsonP Calif., where night fighter pilots are in training.The crew charts Membership in the Society may The Society has designated
Bludworth, of Wing Staff 74. the course, speed and altitude of "enemy" aircraft, and directs be attained by filing an application representative in all departments
Chief Burnt will complete 26 radar-equipped fighter plane to a course they will intercept the with the Board of Trustees from whom applications and fur. ...
years in the Navy on March 26th. 'coming aircraft. for approval. Upon approval by her Information can be obtained.

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