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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 3, 1952
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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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 if the Commander beet Air Jacksonville, Commandeer Naval nir cases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wing 11 j

VOL-10 lN I'. UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 3 April 1952 i I.

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Ideas Pay i Off.* .. It's Warminq UpUniformoJDay .


Employees Here 1

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Are Reminded Of'Suggestion'Week Optional In Jax'



Through April 30

With this week Uiffnated Uniform of the day In the I

Beneficial I Sggestion Jacksonville area is now optional
as
summer or winter uniform and
1
Week at the NavalAir, Sta- will remain so through April 30.

tion, employees are peing: reminded Authorized dress uniform for
that $316,8J in cash male officers and chief petty officers

was awarded to lavy employees is service dres. blue B,
dress white or service dress kha-
for 13,4161 adopted ki.
ideas during fiscal |))51.
Women officers and enlisted
who did n receivea
Employees women can wear working gray
part of these award are not or service dress blue B. The blue '
full advanta| of the
taking garrison cap may be worn excepton
Navy's Beneficial Sug Lion Pro formal occasions. Other uniforms
gram it was stated thf week by may be prescribed for for
station officials. / mal or special occasions.
The Suggestion Prom;! within 3 .
the Navy Departn is de-
a{ For enlisted men below the -
signed to encourage iployees' rate of chief petty officer dress
submittal of construct!? sugges-
blue B or undress white A with
tions to improve their |jb or any neckerchief will be worn for
operation performed bjhe Navy dress occasions and liberty.

Department.revealed The Nat tfe it during realized AERIAL GUNNERY LXPERTS-Lt. (jg) Gene Lewis (left) and Lt. (jg) Owen- Oberg (right, Working uniforms for male officers
fiscal 1931 amounti to $8,- fighter pilots of Tighter Squadron 11, who recently scored outstanding gunnery records look on as and chief petty officers will
savings estions Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, inspects a model of the F211 be working khaki prior to 1900on (
s
from adopted
414,182. ; I Banshee jet, type of aircraft used by the two pilots who achieved their gunnery record. Both pilots I station duty Service dres

Of course, there are any in- were individually congratulated by the Admiral for their feat of aerial gunnery khaki may be worn and the coat
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tangible savings realfcJ from may be dispensed with prior to
adopted ideas resultii) in improved : BIGGER, BETTER THAN EVER HIGH GUNNERY 1900 on the station but must be
employee m.''e. improved ; worn after that time except while
product, elmlation of MARK SET BY actually inside station movies.
I .
health hails and
safety and
similar benefits! whiclare not Navy Charity Carnival PILOT OF VF.11 !Men living in Dewey Park and
measurable in dollars cents having signed authorizationfrom
Every employee is ?ible to Existing record for aerial NAS Personnel officer may
participate in the sugg on pro- gunnery were shattered last!! wear working uniforms to and
gram and has an oppdmity to week when Lt. (j jc) Gene Lewisof from their quarters. Service dress
voice his opinion as tahow an Set For 16 .17 VF-11 the "Red Rippers," blue B or aviation winter uniforms t
operation can be iiTpved or May put his Banshee through its are also optional working "I
how he might eliminatraste or paces and. shot; up a sleeve I unifonns .
change the procedure a certain which later proved to have (Please Turn to Page 3, Col. 1))
function which Vild re- May lei) and 17 are the dates selected for the third annual more holes in it than a Swiss I .
sult in the production u better I I Navy Charity Carnival to be held at Naval Air Station, cheese, accordingly qualifying
him for the Navy "E".
product. I it has been announced by 'apt. Julius C. Early, general Lt. (jg) Lewis' score now Need Talent I

:Management today slizes the chairman of the Carnival Committee. stands as the highest ever madein
need for securing .)loyec's I The 17-member Planning l i this area in air-to-air gun- For Carnival
constructive criticisms (nncernPleaie I Board, all civilian employees All net profits of the carnival nery. Another "Red Ripper Lt.
( Turn to Pace t'ol. 4) have setup the operating proce- I are distributed throughout the (jg) Owen Oberg managed to
dures, and appointed civilian and year to selected authorized char garner the coveted trophv. i Variety ShowA
lAX AIR NWS military committees are nowhard ities. The largest donation was The Navv 'E" for excellenceIn ;.,W& : ,
at work in their assigned one of the phases ranks the .j&J. r
made to the Jacksonville Com- call Is being: sent outbN' "
NII1HANNIVERSRY tasks.
NOTES receiver as one of the best in
munity Chest which received a t
An "all hands" event every check for $24,481. Other benefit- that particular endeavor. ginning todayftir" >inger fo
one on the station is invited to 1 dancers,: Instrumentalis '' "i
ting charities were the Salvation
participate either voluntarily entertmncrar; '"'
or Army; Duval County Chapter. comedians, and ..'.
The Jax Air N>s i is I' by selection No. 1 project in what of has the becomethe station. American Cancer Society; Duval Weather Outlook of all descriptions to perfomi' ; jJ."

nine years old this'eek. I County Chapter, American Heart I It'll be a fair week-end, according in the variety show at the i'Kan'
Without fanfare t Association; Duval County Chapter
station's
AGAIN THIS year thousands National Society for Crippled to the NAS Aerology of Charity Carnival May
No. 1 publtion of dollars worth of merchandise Children, and Navy Relief Soci fice. 1 fi-17.

quietly observed itsinth will be given away The grand ety. Friday-Partly cloudy, light Lt. (jg) Frank L. Molmaro NAS
anniversary' Tuesda;,\n- prize will be a 1952 Chrysler Prevented from sharing in the I southerly winds.SaturdayPartly. First Lieutenant, has issued the
ril Windsor. Another top prize will, proceeds by the nature of their cloudy light appeal to all personnel the
be 15-foot Chris-Craft. Tickets
1.The a charters were the March of westerly winds. area-military and civilian. Any-
Jax Air News Me for the car and boat will be I
on
Dimes and the American Red : Sunday--Clear with general one possessing entertaining talent
sale here
its first appearance i-fl soon. I Cross northerly, winds of any kind._can.: be used I in the
Three of the huge Hangars on
1. 1013. The chief di.4n-
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the station will be turned
into
inator of station and >y an entertainment area, which I! r This yea r' s entertainment
news, it covers activiti 'f will include an enlarged Kiddie- ITfl agenda is being enlarged consid
six separate cornman- land section which should prove erably. A well-balanced program,
Naval Air Station Jac l4. even more popular than last year featuring chorus girls, dancer i
Daily shows will feature local and comedians, plus appropriate
yule, Fleet Air Jackson and professional talent. music is being outlined. Entertainers
Naval A if Technical Tri y-i are needed to perform

ing Center, Fleet Air \V.. SOMETHING new has been during the evening of May IS
Eleven, Naval Hospital'i added. In addition to the enter- and during the afternoon and
t evening of May 17.
booths
tainment which will include $
Naval Air I'eserve Tring
all types games and prizes, Lt. Molinaro can be reached at
Unit. this year's carnival will include extension 340 Building 953.
Hanked as one of merchandise booths sponsored by I 9 across the street from the station
!
service local merchants who will display police office ,
outstanding
pu their wares. In announcing this I I
cations in existence,
new feature the Committee ,
Jax Air News has won j s stressed that it will in no way' ', t Noon Services'At
eral awards within decrease the entertainment
few booths, which will be bigger and
past
years. better than in previous years. I MainsideFleet
As it enters its te The Charity Carnival has increased

year of publication, the in interest"and results fliCONTEST : Air Chaplain ChaplainS.
Air News will continue every year, and it Is expected > Kenneth Johnson, will conducta
that the 1952 event will succeed I thirty minute noon-time serve
bring readers a compl in topping last year's proceeds ice in the Mainside Gymnasium
readable and entertaini! i I. which were well over $40,000. I on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
paper. The many new and enlarged entertainment and Thursday of Holy Week i

The staff wishes to I features should I I Services will begin at 1200 t
r bring additional thousands to the : WINNERS-First and second place winners In the each day. -
press its thanks for t. station above the vast throngsof : recent SAIIU'ODI contest line up to receive their awards from In addition to a short meditation
fine cooperation from : other years.. I Capt. William E, Kenna, Overhaul and Repair officer, during a by Chaplain Johnson a quar
,t hands and hopes to ma brief ceremony in the I.liter's office. Captain Kenna presents tet composed of Lowell D. Bryan -
the coming even mo WORKING with Captain Early Robert Godwin of 0 & It with first prize of $10 cash, while Maurice I AA, Edward A. Sayen of
year special assistants are Lcdr. I C. Taylor, Jr., winner of second prize awaits Ms prize of $3. VP-3. John W. Thomas AKAN.
successful than those alph E. Elliott and Theodore I Other winners not available for the photo include Lloyd Kuss- and Eugene C. Bissell YNSN, of .
the past. j !)(is ritch, civilian administrative maul, Edward Parker and Iarhender n of O & R and Arthur Fasron Six will provide special
I I.etemire, DKSV of Supply music..




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Report From Washington



JB&ILThIJ 19,000 Men To Be Drafted During May



Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air

Station. Jacksonville, Fla.NAS, Jacksonville. 1,046 Selected For Promotion To It. '

Capt. Douglas T. Day-Commanding Officer (By Armed Forces Press Service) nounced. Included in the Jroup are 135 physicians .
Comdr. James H. ._..
Armstrong- Executive OfficerLt. The following bills of interest to servicemen 135 dentists and 21
Dave Barksdale _. .....m_._._.......... ......Public Information Officer recently were introduced in Congress: selected, will be ordced veterinarians.into active mil-Officers -

Fleet AIr Jacksonville 1. A bill to provide for a lapel button itary service for a period rf two years. Quotas
Rear Adm. Osbqrn B Hardison Commander which may be worn by persons who servedin have been assigned to each of
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins..._..__._........_...........................Chief of Staff the Armed Forces during the national areas in the continental U S., as the well six as Army U. S.
Fleet Air Wing Eleven which began June 27, 1950. Army Pacific and U. S.
dipt. Jesse S. McClure __.?......_...._-.<- Commander emergency 2. A bill to amend the UMT and Service I Army, Caribbean.

Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton- Chief Staff Officer Act with respect to the amount of active service Plans for conversion Jf three vessels to
Naval Air Technical Training Center
which certain former servicemen who
...... are anti-submarine submarine (SSK) have been
Capt. Lester K. Rice >.- -_-. __ Commanding Officer inducted under such act be
an requiredto
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart__. .____...._' Executive Officer serve. may announced by the Depatment of the Navy.
The vessels selected for.conversion are the
Naval Hospital \ 3. A..bill to amend the Veterans Regulationsto
USS Angler Cavalla Croaker.
,
hd They
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton .Commanding Officer
establish a conclusive presumption of service
"NARTU were formerly part of he Atlantic Reserve /
connection for poliomyelitis becoming
Capt. Easton B. Noble. Commanding Oflcer Fleet.
manifest within after
one year separationfrom
t
r Comdr. Anthony Trusso Executive Officer active wartime service or service after
Veterans who develop active psychosis
Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extensions June 26, 1950. within two years after aving the Service
A bill certain benefits
4. to provide for
8184 and 216.
be able to
soon may clap compensation and
.1:;. The JAX AIR NEWS II Published weewr at the U. S. Naval Air Station, members of Reserve components of the Army priorities The House
Jacksonville. Florida and printed commercially with non-appropriated funds and Air Force who suffer disability or death hospitalization passeda
..t no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P.35. Rev. from disease while engaged in inactive duty bill making the chang and it is now before
Nor. 1943. Copies are distributed free of charge: at the Naval Air Station the the Senate for confirm,on. Formerly there
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, Naval Auxlllir Air Station. Cecil Field and training. had only been a one-yeaj presumption period.If .
the U. S. Naval Hospital
Editor-Andrew H. Planev The Defense Department has announcedthat an active psychosis eveloped after that

Staff Members: Marian Sprenger. JO3: Mary Bixiones, JOSN; 19,000 men will be inducted during the time the burden of prod fell on the veteran. j

Dave Devroy, SN; John Charvat, AN; Barbara Tomlinson, SN; month of May. Of the total requested 15,000 T
Helen Harper; will be assigned to the Army and 4,000 to the The names of 1,046 olcers from the Medical
The JAX AIR NEWS U 9 member ot me Armed Forces Press Service Marine Corps. It is identical to the call made Corps, Nurse Corp nd Medical Service
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted without
for April, 1952. Corps have been anno ced by a Navy selection -
the written permission of Armed Forces Press Service.I Republication of other .
matter except by service publications Is piohlblted without permission of e board for promlion from lieutenant,
Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. A total of 290 Army Medical Service Reserve junior grade, to lieutemt. The date promo
officers will be ordered into active serv- tions will go into effec\vill be announced at

ice in July, the Defense Department has an. ta later date.


1. I 1952 ELECTIONS I Ii La Cats' Play


By Armed Forces Press Service) t' ccasions
..
r. This voting information applies to Armed Forces personnel,

.., dependents residing with Armed Forces personnel and U. S. citizens <.1ams. JOSN! is now i...
attached to and serving with the U. S. Armed Forces beyond dir or of the Special Serv-
the continental limits of the U. S. unless otherwise specified. These dab orchestra, it was an.
persons include civilians employed by the Department of the Army, Lt. Fred T. Mar-
rf.' Navy, and Air Force, the Marine Corps and the Coast Guard; and Sfial Services officer at
personnel of the American Red Cross and USO.t' Na 1 Air Technical Train-
.)? = 3 3II
Ce r.
:Massachusetts elections in subsequent
years.
I hestra, known as the
(The Bay State) Such registration, when com has been playing
: I
,
r I" pleted, is permanent.
Qualifications for Voting mo ly crew dances at the
1. Must be at least 21 years of 2. Unregistered persons in the spital. The band per-
., age on date of election. Armed Forces need not be regis II I ry Thusday evening at
2. Must be a U. S. citizen have tered in order to vote in any elec 'bor, NATTC's lounge
ing resided in Commonwealth of tion. Exchange building.
Massachusetts for a period of one Obtaining Ballots and Voting 's of the orchestra in.
year, and six months in the com Members of the Armed Forces NATTCATS The NATTCenter Special Services orchestra ips company personnel
munity where the person asserts may vote by absentee process I 'under the direction of Walter Adams, JOSN, plays for special st nts from various schools
j the right to vote. only in general elections. These occasions at the Center and can be heard every Thursday evening enter Because of the

,It! 3. Must be able to read the persons may apply for absentee 'at Snug Harbor, in the Center's Navy Exchange. The group is of students, openings t-
Constitution of the United States ballots at any time by mailing known as The NA'ITCats.o g rally available to any

and write the English language. Federal Post Card Application musicians.
uage. (Standard Form 76) to the Sec & R Production Supt. Harry Burn s for the appearance ot
retary of State, State of Rhode ba can be directed to Wal
4. Must be a registered voter. Island, Providence R. I. Application Adis of the Public Infor-

Registration for a ballot may also be Concludes 35-Year Tour'' Of ServiceA fiee, at NATTC or, Lt.
1. Registration is permanent, made on behalf of members of ..Special Services officer
and once registration has been the Armed Forces by other '.
any
accomplished, no further action span of approximately thir-
is required, by,the.voter to main person. Such agents with will the, provide y-five years of government service All employees of O & H Va.
tain, permanency. .,'I'r.' election officials same was completed by Harry A. partment honored their e
? be information as required by the Burn Production Superintendentof with an engraved plaque and Win 1934 \e.
Z.Registraiion'must; accom- Card that he began to
"shedIn! period, .i .the office Federal Standard Post Form 76) Application and ballot the Overhaul and Repair Department contour chair. Mr. Burn b ladder with promotion

the*city;;or,town..clerk, coun- will( be mailed to absent when he retired on these gifts at an informal Icjngman electrician, his
of residence. person. rlarch 31 of this at his home on In "
:Massarhvpettf." year.Harry mony slTvisory rate. 1939, he
Persons must vote and mail bal .. I evening from Lacey S.
3. ,Members tit r, the Armed do emoted to quarterman
failure to
lot election day
9 may register,in person at this on ballot; from be- Plant Engineer and chairman n, also at Norfolk and
y ,time,*.' ;ttpt. 'during the counted.may prevent Marked ballots must the presentation committee. 1941 he was transferred
ing
ree-day period Immediately be received by the appropriate n4 : ..> : .t> Jacksonville: as a fore-
preceding, a primary or general state official not later than Dec. Capt. William E. Kenna, the Accessories Section'
election. 4 haul & Repair officer, n.
1952.
4. Absentee registration may ,+ i h. .:<< a letter of appreciation ld various foreman as-
also be accomplished on behalf of Capt. Douglas T. Day, NAS is in the O & R Depart-

". an absent member of the Armed ConnecticutNutmeg .'fi 8 ppA Yt, manding officer, in recognition til his.promotion in Oc-
Forces by the following agents: Mr. Burn's Navy civilian : *>48 to Production Super-
spouse, father, mother sister, ( State) The letter read in part: I'N' He remained in this

:' brother, half-sister, half-brother, Qualifications for Voting 4 "'I wish to express the appreciation his retirement although
1. Must be least 21 >
at yearsof
ton; daughter, adopted parent, of the Navy ill health, he has been on
child age on date of election. ers since last October.
adopted step-parent, stepchild
having for your many years of loyal
2. Must be U. S. citizen, -
a O & R attend-
aunt, uncle, niece or nephew faithful and efficient service personnel
Connecticut
resided in the State of
ceremony were: Daniel"
the government, and for your
for at least one year and
f. Obtaining Ballots and Voting operation and assistance in connection Master Mechanic;
f'% ) Members of the Armed Forces in the town, city or borough for with many welfare S. Fagan, Foreman of Re-
six months. (Time spent in the
and "certain civilians" may vote tivities of this station." Salvage Division; lIar-
r., by absentee process. Application Armed Forces may be countedby Lewis, Senior Civilian
also
Mr. Burn
servicemen for purpose of was of the
i' for absentee ballot may be made Planning
Federal completing residence requirements. his 10-year pin and and William L. Purcell
nt any time by mailing
for10 service at NAS Jacksonville.
years
Post Card Application (Standard ) of the Proc-
,t.-. Form 76)) to city or town clerk 3. Must be a registered voter. The shield-shaped plaque .
*
at place of residence. Marked Registration """"if aviator's at e
naval gold wings
ballots must be received by appropriate 1. Registration is permanent '
bore the following inscription DIVINE'
.. Massachusetts officials and re-registration is not required A. Burn top
"Presented the
: by )
the unless a has failedto
from voters not later than person
& R
election 2. Persons desiring absentee of the O Department,
vote in at least one
election
closing of the polls on
'r:. during the preceding four successive ballots should write a letter to Air Station, Jacksonville, Fla.
'i' *
da3'
.
clerk Burn Production Superintendent
years. However, this re- town city or borough at Harry ,
registration requirement in the place of residence, requesting in appreciation of f Protestant
.. Rhode Island event of failure to vote for four "Official State Application untiring efforts and as a token :1 o r n i n g Services, All-
(Little Rhody) years does not apply to membersof Form." Upon receipt of this ap. pleasant memories of" our friendship Chapel.
Qualifications for Voting the Armed Forces, and in the plication form, applicant executes 31 March 1952. Hospital Chapel. r
r it and returns it to town, School. Small Cha-
1. Must be at least 21 years of case of members of the Armed .
on date of election. Forces, registration is, in effect, city, or borough clerk not earlier Burn started his L
fige 2. Must be a U. S. citizen having permanent. than four months before any career at th' age of 16 at Charleston Saints ChapeL 4 .

resided in the State of Rhode 2. Members of the Armed election, S. C., his birthplace. Catholic
r Island for a period of.one Forces and "certain attached civ- 3. Town, city, or borough clerk first job was in the Navy Yarthere 0930-Mass' St. Ed +
l: and in the town or city were ilftms" may make application for will mail absentee ballot to voter as a "boy." A "boy" i. Chapel. ..i '
f: voting for a period of six months. registration by mail to town, city, upon receipt of ballot application those days was a helper that Edwards' Chapel (Cate
(Members of the Armed Forces or borough clerk at place of but not earlier than four all over doing everything, ; Class). '
are presumed to have fulfilled Connecticut residenceat any months before election. Marked for this work Burn made SOc St Chapel .
residence requirements for vote time. The appropriate official ballots must be received by appropriate day. at Hospital .
ing if they resided in the State will mail proper form for establishing Connecticut official before In October 1917, he was Christian Science G
I of Rhode Island for any length eligibility as voter to applicant 12 o'clock noon on election moted to an apprentice pef, .:2000 at NATTC Chap '
; .. of time prior to their entering who then executes formin day, if election falls on Monday; clan, and in 1920, after Office,
the Armed Forces.) accordance with accompanying if election day falls on any day ing from his apprenticeship, Mormon
Registration instructions and returns it to other than Monday, the ballot was designated an electrician. -1930-at Small Cha-
1. A law passed by the Rhode designated official. must be .received by Connecticut August of 1922. Burn was transferred .
r.j "* Island legislature in 1951 re- Obtaining Ballots and Voting official before six p. m. of day to NAS Pensacola as !t I Jewlsh- '
state-wide re-registration 1. Members of the Armed prior to election. electrician and stayed there un '
," for quires all in order toTjualify Forces may vote by absentee bal' (Next week: New York, New til May of 1934 when he move ) NATTC Auditor- ,
persons .
for voting in 1952 and irk all lot. Jersey, and Pennsylvania.) to the Naval Operating Base a /




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f",(' Services Holy Week At il Lack Of Hrb jrou Can't Fails,Procure To Sid/ ;; 0 Itl f&' R TeamInability I- Jewish Personnel Faith Of ',




St. Edward's to procurement fice- Await Pesach
parts through nor .up-

Holy Week will be ushered' in ply channels didn't sto ree Attention of all Jewish .
personnel I
at St. Edward's Chapel this Sun- ingenious employees of trtver- aboard the station is directed
' day, (Palm Sunday) with the haul and Repair Dep ent, to the services being held- in
blessing and distribution of who simply designed, aifian- Jacksonville
commemorating the
ufactured the needed pi on
palms at the 0830 Mass and the festival of Passover. .
lie .
of the Passion of Christ. their own production
reading
The Pesach, the festival of 11
In the latter part of 1 {orne
Distribution of palms will also Passover
begins
on Wednesday
take at the 0930 and 1030 planes could not be madoF. I.
place evening, April 9. Conservative
'f. Masses. As the week continues, (Ready For Issue) becJ the and orthodox observances will
<* the ancient liturgy of the church Process Division could I ob- continue
-v until April 17 the Reform 1
;
'.. \ ) will be unfolded to remind the tain astrodomes, a par!R4D thenavigator's observance will continue
) v faithful of their redemption. compartment|
for
seven days, until April 16.
I teN.w.y.r .
' aircraft.
.is The Mass on Monday of Holy 1 Religious services will be held
I Week'will be at the usual time, James H. Bedenbauglfhief in synagogues in Jacksonville as ,1
Quarterman of the Mel and ,
0630 and at 0630
on Tuesday follows:
*? Mass, the Passion according to St. Machines Branches of th<|>cess Congregation Ahavath Chesed :
L. .
Mark will be read. Division; his brother, P (Reform
001-. ); St. Johns Ave. and '1
The Mass for Wednesday will Bedenbaugh, Quartenn Mallory Street: j
.... have the version of St. Luke and maker; and Dominic'! C isso: Wed., April 9, 1830; Thurs.,
of 321(*klea ..
in the evening at 1930 there will Supervisor Shop April 10 1100 '
After Jving I ; !'ues., April 15, 1
be recitation of the rosary and this astrodomes problem.made at mJ station r t 2000; Wed., April 16, 1100 (Yiz- [
Benediction. NATTC will have s kor (Memorial) Service.
Mass Tuesday and Wednesday at they designed tie 'sary 1
calibrain ulp-
0615. tooling and Jewish Center
Synagogue (Conservative
the tcol.4th.eir
> ment, made )
) 3rd
; and Silver: Sts.-
1 On Holy Thursday, anniversary own shop and prepaipdpnan-I ., Wed., April 9, 1830; Thurs., April
of the Last Supper, Mass ufacture this *item.* I 10, 0930 and 1830; Fri.. April

will be held in the evening at ill oject 11, 0830 and 1845 Tues., April 15,
1930 and will be followed by a SIX WEEKS after Wed.
come April 16, 0930 and 1830;
procession of the Blessed Sacra was started, the firs') : Thurs., April 17, 0930 (Including
time
,
In si
4 ment to the altar of reposition. had been made. a' d the Yizkor (Memorial) Service).
Nocturnal adoration will beheld the deficit was caught d r Etz Hayim Congregation (Or-
_
of
f until noon of Good Friday. shop is now in theipss; apn thodox); 6th St. between Laura
The Mass of the Presanctified manufacturing 35 a
will be held at 1200 Good Friday domes on a Plannin;' ufac- Wed., April 9, 1845; Thurs., Ap.
and from 1300 to 1430 meditations turing Order. I ril 10, 0830 and 1845; Fri., April
on the Seven Last Words 'An astrodome isi i Berby- IT, 0830 and 184; Tues. April 15

will be read. The ,traditional shaped, plexiglass! do: )proximately and- -------_.__.-.--_.."--_._. 1845; Wed., April 16, 0830 andi
fourteen stations of the cross will 22 inches in a*'r 1845; Thurs., 0830 (Yir-
Checking newly formed astrodome it
8 inches in depth, 'W its on a as comes from the Afril17
end begin at at 1500.1430 Following and come this,to there an the top of the fusel er thenavigator's vacuum mold in Shop 3210 at O & R are (left to right), Dominic kor ( ).
and Commisso, James Bedenbaugh and Fred Uedenbaugh. The men
\ will be veneration of the cross at compar Home hospitality is available
developed the design and tooling to manufacture this muchneeded

which he utilizes f position
the altar rail. for those who desire it for the
part for the RID aircraft.
's
finding. With the aid sex- first two evenings af RnHoritvi. A
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Holy Saturday will be celebrated tant, the navigator c.*It any iglass is heated in a hot-air furnace -- iglass sheet--to the vacuum mold. congregational Seder will be heldat

by the blessing of the baptis- celestial body for na' n pur- at a temperature of 250 to Five to six inches vacuum is applied The Temple (Congregation
mal water, the Easter candle and poses through. the as 1e. and this in turn draws the Ahavath Chesed) on Wednesday
fire at 0800. All day Good Fri. 300 degrees fahrenheit. When it glass to the desired size and evening, April 9, 1900 to which -j
day and Holy Saturday until FORMING of the f ome is becomes pliable, it is removedand shape. personnel are cordially invited J

noon are days of fast and abstinence accomplished by a vf procplex- laid over a vacuum tank. A Once the astrodome is formed and at which they will be the
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for all Catholic personneland ess. A sheet of quart 1, hold-down ring clamps the plex- it is them set guests of the J. W. B. Armed '
a calibratingstand
on
dependents. ... .. ,... where using services Committee of the Jewish
a and
Schedule of Masses for Easter scope '
Community Council. Matzos are 1
target, the actual calibration is
Sunday remains the same: 0645at also available by phoning 82673.
read and noted on a permanent
the Hospital; 0830, 0930 and sticker that goes with the part. Information as to liberty and
1030 at St. Edward's. Cecil Field leave on this holiday as deter-
7 This is done so the navigator will
will have Mass at 0830 on Easter. know how much actual error is mined by BuPers, will!! appear in
The 0830 High Mass at the Chapel e in the dome.Calibration. the Plan of the Day. Further information -

will have Mr. Edward Bryan at is held to a plusor may be secured from.
the organ and directing the choir. minus four seconds, and the i Chaplain Dittmar (NAS), Chap-
I. rimes for confessions are: 2030 I Aeronautical Engineering Group lain Kuolt (NATTC) Chaplain

on Tuesday, 2000 on Wednesday,. d p cooperated with the men in ascertaining Holiday (Cecil Field) or Chaplain .
2030 on Thursday, 1500 and 2000 : the actual method of McNally (Green Cove

on Friday; and on Holy Saturday calibration. The shop made all of Springs).
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and
from 1000 to 1200 the
necessary equipment, except
from 1300 to 1700. the lens and for the
prism scope
Final Concert
used in calibrating the dome it-
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UniformofDayContinued self.After they are checked, the as-

One of the mar s now being manufactured In the 0 & It trodomes are coated with a pro Tonight By
( from rage 1) department Is the orne, which fits on the top of the fuse- tective covering of apraylat and

.a Working uniforms for enlisted lage over the nay i compartment in the RiD aircraft. This stored for future. use..
men are undress blue B or undress derby.shaled do Plroximately 2Z inches In diameter, 8 ISymphony'6;; "

white A with jumpers. Dun- Inches in depth an med from plexlglass by a vacuum process. JAMES AND FRED Beden : 'liM""w'"

garees may be worn when nature baugh have cooperated on many The JacksonvilleSympnOnT f. if! :
of the work being performed Value Of r In Diet Stressed similar projects. James has pre will wind up its currentjseason \f wc "

requires such. Also, persons living viously submitted a number of with an all-orchestral program'in" ..,

... in Dewey Park and having a Last week's Ill at the' I beneficial suggestions which have the George Washington Auditor.." j .,
signed authorization from NAS Naval Hospital au n'was a tients and general public. Following resulted in time-saving methodsand iunt at 2030 today. ', ? -

personnel officer may wear work- graphic presentati le value the showing, diets were improvements, and have Director Van Lier Lanning has r. .
ing uniform to and from their of milk in the die milk is discussed during the questionand saved the Navy thousands of: slated five selections for the per }

quarters. a basic food is a1 ted fact answer period.Wednesday's dollars. In 1948, he was given a formance, which will, open with
I meritorious pay increase, the von Weber's "Oberon" overture.
nutrition but 'equencywith
in film was "Care of first of its kind at NAS for Second number is "Andante
Mrs. pumpingthe foStrings"
Busybody was which this is In dieting the Newborn Infant." Dr. Meeko many
local doctor about the demiseof balanced years.Commisso. by Arved Kurtz, and the<
or even in p g a and a nurse were present to answer
town's richest "You is former Aviation composition will be
the man a 'having its:
for was
diet emphasized .
a questions.The Chief Metalsmith, and has been Southern Jj
knew him well, she said coyly. premiere.
this
"How much of his wealth did he by majority of the films being instrumental in developing new Also programmed for the eve- 'rI'
leave?" Mrs. Jones ot t 'y Coun.HI shown at these weekly sessionsare processes in the O&R Depart ning are Mendelssohn's "Sym-

With a tip of his hat, the old introduced t 1, giving from 20 to 30 minutes in ment. phony in A Minor," Saint-Saeni '\.
.. doctor replied: "All of it, madam, most pertinent all of it." value to both tI natal pa- value of visual instruction. viously! procurable? through nor- Tschaikowsky's "1812 Overture."
mal supply channels are now
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manufactured by the Process The symphony is planning jape-
cial treatment for the Saint-Saens

A QUIET DAY OF / [CUT IT our D serious Division.bottleneck This has to eliminated production.a composition and will feature Paul

4 THAT TICKLES! CARP Maurice D. Price is the Geisenhof as narrator, with Og-
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FLYING M sAewn + Process Division Officer and den Nash verses as his text.

p George J. ArnoldFpreman.% The Seats are priced at $1.25, $1.75.
(wrHE Process Division consisting of $2.50 and $3. A limited numberof

four branches, Structures, Metals, 50-cent seats will be on saleat
=- Machines and Finish & Fabric, is the door. The auditorium may
1
..V I HEY CNAh'LI (sp'i1' 1 the largest division in the O&R be reached from the lobby of

flu_. WMIND.MY ME TO 5/YAK TO r Department, with a civilian com the George Washington Hotel, located -
... PLANE CAPTAIN WIIfN WE a I plement of seven hundred em- at Adams and Julia Streets.
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L \GET BACK!, ,- # 1 loyees.!" -
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D NAVE and helps to improve the record
a'M' MEO both for the supervisor and all
t 'ti, FROM EmployeesContinued employees of that particular unit.

"' y 6lA + ( from Page 1)) M
ing various jobs and actually con' Constructive suggestions are
I it'u i siders each workman on' the essential to all the nation's defense -

bench as an expert on his par effort and assures each and
Cg- w/ MUST B( ON USNAvi r ticular assignment and feels that everyone that the various activ

Cqf/ t'/qc FiPE4UfMCY. r if he is in a better position to sug. ities are obtaining the maximum

gest improvements than anyone value from every dollar appropriated
for the defense effort. "

else.Some employees feel, it is As taxpayers employees are interested

\ pointed out, that supervision may in seeing that maximum
Ir.I.I consider' suggestions as a reflection value is obtained and are in an
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: on their ability as a su- excellent position to suggest and.
'-" l PARDON ME; COULD MY OF) pervisor; but they fail to realize ,, recommend means and ways to

{ f YOU' GENTLEMEN LOCATFJ 't that the supervisor is interested which this end may be obtained.

\ r ti NAS\. JAX, FOR A4E ?/ ( I In overall productionand Workers should resolve now tCJ
1 + does not have the time to submit suggestions for improve
v s--
, study each operation. In fact, ment and make every week a
suggestions from employees Beneficial "
rh are Week Support in
. reflection of a good supervision needed. SABWODI.
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VP-3, VF-171. Fasion Nine Fasion Six VF-1 ]9. VF-14 Report Special Worship .i

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I Scouting Jacksonville Area Squodrons- ] At Services All-Saints'Slated ;f!


VP-3 I | red this week. Lt (jg) Charles
A committee has been appointed Swanson will report to VC-4, Services' of Worship at AH .
to make plans for a squadron night fighter unit at Atlantic Saints' Chapel from Palm Sun- /
party sometime in April. Nothing City, N. J. Lt. Hugh J. Tate re- day through Easter are announ- \
definite has been sets to' time rls ,ported to NAS/ Jacksonville. ced by the Protestant Chaplains
lace, but the crew with asocial Ensign Neale Smith has assum- of Commands at the Naval Air J
mind, including Gordon ed Lt. ,Cjg) Swanson's duties as Station.

Cornelius, ADC; William Crapse, squadron material officer. Lt. Y Monday through; Thursday o*' '
AEC; Walter Prusik AE2; Rob James R. Bailey] relieved Lt. Tate 3r' Holy Week, half-hour services I Z
ert Jory, ADC; Jack Lawry, ADI; ''as maintenance officer. will be conducted at 1200. The :
and William Cantrell, AOAN, Returning from, 20 days leave themes for these four services
should come up with outstanding last week was Lt. Frank E. Iwill cover the period from Jesus' r iPage )
plans for the big affair. Mooney. Leaving for the same betrayal to ,the Crucifixion.
Clifford Dodson, AMC, leading amount of leave, but in St Paul, Good Friday Service wilt "
be in
chief of VP-3, is looking forwardto Minn., was Roger D. Gjere, AN four consecutive half hour A
his 15-day leave the 15th of Considerable interest is being per-
VF 171 INSIGNIA A"Screamin' iods, starting at 1100. Themesof
this month. Dodson does 'a fine I built Up' in the squadron athletic
Demon" blastinginto the speakers will be the
job for the squadron and his efforts 1 program now that a volleyballnet ,"Seven s'"4,
port-liole view riding a last words of the Cross".
ore felt throughout every is.up and activity in the golf
The
twin jet ship's anchor with Commanding Officer has ap-
boosted. K
is
activity. course being Squadron st t
striking power represented; bya proved this program of week-
Discharged March 31 were personnel are presently practicing ").
lightning bolt- this is the day services and authorizes that
George Crowe, AOU3; William emblem of Fighter Squadron for a coming volleyball personnel who can be spared
Karr, AE2; Ralph Morris, ADAN; tournament. I
from
171. duty be permitted to attend.
Ray Rumsey, AD3; and Merritt .
Cummings, AE2. The squadron Conley, John Cunningham, Royal: Fasron Nine I On Easter
Sunday CommunIon
sends along its best wishes for Westerfield and James Moore to I An administrative and material Service a -
smooth: sailing on the outside elim- for members of 'the
POI; Charles Anders Richard inspection will probably Episcopal Church will be
When Rumsey was discharged Miller, Bobbie Thurmond, Harold ; inate the expected slack period at All Saints' conducted -
Chapel at
It left a vacancy in the duty dri Appersch, George Patterson': during April for the unit An 0730. A Luthern Communion
ver slot so "Tex" Colley steppedup and Frederick Salone to PO2; outstanding mart was narrowly Service will be conducted in the
from his duties as the leading Robert Ballard, Don Bowline, missed last year and since considerable Small Chapel at 0800.
hot water boiler in the coffee Robert Hutchins, Pouncey Yel- i improvement has been 4 .' Sermon AI
mess to assume the new task. verton, Franklin Greene James noted, perhaps the squadron will theme of Chaplain
Near the top all season the VP3 Dreisbach, Keith Harmon, Mar- earn that coveted mark this year. I DEADLY WITH BOMBS-- Kuolt at the 0830 Service will be
keglers climaxed a 17-game vin Bubee, Everett Humbert, Fasron 9 personnel are now There Is d reason for the "Glorious Resurrection". The
season with a second place finishin Donald Knapp, Robert Winkler, benefitting in expanded Cecil smile IIn t e face of I.t. (Or) Sermon theme of Chaplain Ditt-
the NAS intra-mural bowling William Cantrell James O'Sull- Field] hobby shop facilities that Frank "S lIy" Sullivan of mar at the 1045 Service will be

league, one point behind the lead. ivan, Edward Jernatowski' and includes an above average pho- Attacl Sq'lron 15. lie drop- "Alive unto God".
ers. The Threes were a tough Lee Reid, to P03. tography lab. The hobby shop, ped sit out of eight bombs Into Schedule of Worship' Service
quartet to defeat all season and according to Norman L. Dunnin, the "bDlI' ytl' area at Spencer I from Palm Sunday through Eas-
the second place rung they gained VF-171 ADC, who is in charge, shouldbe (target range during dive ter Sunday at the All Saints'
on the league ladder was one As a result of Herbert W. Pink. able to handle all the added bomb Wadt e, Chapel follows: Palm Sunday: .
short of that expected. erton, AEl, winning the contest personnel coming into Cecil Field neeb, 0800-General Communion (Small '
Pacing the squadron squad for a sqadron nickname VF-171 and can offer them a choice of almost painfully careful Chapel); 0830-Morning Worship "
were Mark Reuter, ADC, Andy personnel will be known all the crafts.Squadron I when aroun a plane being fuel- Sermon: "A story is being told' ;
hence.I ed. Useq to point up this need Chaplain Elliott. Sunday Schoolat
Andriola, AA, Ronald Rosins, forth as "Screamin | members were reminded -
AT3, Sam Copeland, ADI, and Two "Demons" were transfer- again last week of the I was a'.story of a freak accident the Small Chapel will be heldat
I happeniw o i an air station recently 0930. will
Ens. Mike Hollack. {
II when, a cigarette lighter conduct the Morning Worship at
Former plants division h I carried a l-hirt pocket fell out 1045-Communion Sermon titled
chief Lloyd power G. Rushing received and ig ld tte) gasoline tank "Hero for a Day".
I Another call) for baseball play- *
orders for a transfer to duty at q' K A I
CNABT NAS Pensacola, Fla., and % I ers waS issued last week by Monday: 120(1-1230( Worship"J --
at the same time ordnance division Richard. Clark ADC He e s u s Betrayed by Judas";
chief Walter Manhart shippedover r !I stressed >that any team in any Chaplain Dittmar.. Tuesday: 1200-
for another six. leagueplayers J'' always looking for I 1230 Worship-"Jesus Tried by
Julian Florie, ADCAT) was better: than those they Caiaphas"; Chaplain Wig gin I s.
transferred to NAS Dallas, Texas, have. Wednesday: 1200-1230 Worship.
for duty last week. The Texansin I Pitch nj jd far appears to be "Jesus Denied by Peter": Chap ,
the squadron had a big time the sti'' >nest| position ''on the lain Elliott. Thursday: 1200-1230
explaining the evils of the Lone team w ti the infielders improving Worship-"Jesus Tried by Pi- j
Star State, but couldn't convince fas kit :the entire team has late"; Chaplain Kuolt. .
him. to change duty with them. :. i. been h vng-trouble connectingat Good Friday: "The Seven Last I
New arrivals to the squadronthe the $I ULS I I Words of the Cross" and at 1100 :
oast week are Raymond A. Busy Ditillo, AN, from NAS Jackson- x I than 200 Uniform Code of Military lain Elliott. Chaplain Johnson
ville Robert P. Drumheller Juste courses for squadron will conduct the 1130 Services-
APAN, from NATTC Memphis, ; < maulers has been the edu- "Thou Shalt be with me in Para I
Robert W Mitchell AT2, from cation tJhc e. Congratulationsboth dise"; "Woman, Behold thy son!
VF-31, and James P. Pitts, AE2, n'r s w yito the office for their Beheld thy Mother!" At 1200-
from VF-13. Best of luck to the I Y A r yr>lY. effective jrogram and to the applicants "My God), why hast thou forsaken I
newcomers from all the squad. f II the course: Kuolt. "It is Finished!" '''Father,
t:w Wa'iliaq'"y ita their future in i 0 I into Thy, hands I commend my ....

$t4aeNavy'faun.members_. ( of the }Vsron spirit" by'Chaplain Dittmar.
+-dronf
'. i ,e', 't, ,wM'1 jo.NA'l'TC\ax! to attend t $ opening't o.the Intra-mural soft- munion at 0730 conducted by
.'}f ,It'fANtP. ), .thool, left Sun- ball leagm the Fasron Six dia- Chaplain Holiday. Lutheran
; : <**ji*,afttr OOl). Thky were John mond hoptfuls have been holding Communion Services at the Small
!I' 'IT., .Davis, Damon'5>eiferson. Elwood drills and.actice sessions among Chapel will be conducted by 1'
iewman !and'laelmar Anderson. themselves for the last few Chaplain Kuolt at 0800 The
Kt&iZm Congratulations the follow. 4f weeks. .: Morning Worhsip Sermon "Glo
ing men who successfully passed I At thuj joint no one is sure ofa rious Resurrection" at 0830 will
their respective tests to earn ad- be delivered by Chaplain Kuolt.]
starting pot and all candidateshave
INVENTOR-While the propeller) dome stand he is
vancement in rate, Eugene Rup- designed been Sunday School will be held in
out their best
being used by William n, Jeffries, AD3, John Uptegrove ADC putting
,
pert, Winfield Watters, Robert for one 6Jie first nine positions. the Small Chapel) at 0930. Chap
(otto) gives Don Onstolt AT2, a tip on maintenance of the propeller lain Dittmar will conduct the
Quite ft few of the almost thir-
hub Chief Uptegrove has also "invented" a number of other
Morning Sermon "Alnr
PILOTS SWEAR Worship ,
ty men en rookies to the
are
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devices now used by \'Cin easing or improving its maintenance I Unto God" at 1045.
Fasron
rang with only nine men
work.'Tinkering'. I .
BV GCJi AFTER .- returning tom last season's sec
ond place n>jad. 'OUTSTANDING'SCORES
FIRST USAGE Chief Lightens The returnees include pitchers I
Jerry Gtstb and Dean Miller FOR 4
J Lihe opinion of most pilots I catchers Jerv Chambers and Hal "
anUBVo Corsair pilots in particular Burden Of VC-5 Mechs Braasch,.f 11t'baseman Joe Steffy, VA-1S PILOTSAttack
second Cater George Dudley. .
GCA is here to stay.. .. I
With a ceiling of 200 feet andone -- shortstop f\ Ferro and out- Squadron 15 racked
mile visibility accompaniedby Have you ever found a factory moved mechanics: found the fielders Quck' Hontz and John 'em last week with four of
light rain and fog, two F4U- tool or similar device unsuitable r clumsy cylindrical object diffi- I Campbell, its up pilots rating "outstand-
5N night fighters from Atlantic for the job it is intended to do? cult to work on so he inventedan Others'' $ for the squad include ing" on their dive bombing

City were brought in simultaneously If you have, you probably went j adjustable stand that greatly DonUcCully. Bill Bailey, scores according to ComAir-
] by GCA at Lee Field] Green ahead and used it-instead of be- eases the maintenance of it Spec I Herman Tille, MO Jassen, Frank Lant standards. .
Cove Springs, recently. Both ing like John H. Uptegrove, ADC, I ial tools have been designed and I Bunton, :EdMelanson, Pete Gio- All pilots in the outfit bad .
planes had only 10 minutes fuel of VC-5, for when he finds him- are now being used on the rear I vannini, VJjii Murray, Dave a good day over the Spencer
remaining making it imperativeto self in such a situation he designs oil pump and sump. Chaves Gcfc Champagne George Target range which is south
control them in formation and and manufactures a new tool to I Clarke, Roime Rosen, Jim Bor- east of Cecil Field, and the
get on the ground without delay. .moet the INSTEAD of letting his men gia, Tornftshr/ ] Disk Harroun, average foot-error was very
Both pilots made successful When the factory sling hoist use hazardous supports when John Dvoro uk and Gary Buck- low. Fifteen squadron members
landings and breathed a fervent used in maintenance work on the working on objects,well above ley. 3 made 120 drops over the target
"Thank God for GCA" as they AJ-1 proved to be inadequate i their heads the inventor had some I Gerald 'Jin "AD2, ha decided area. ". / l
climbed out*of their planes.In for general purposes Chief Upte- I two and three step. workstands that the Naty'J.] the life for him The four sharpshooters were
addition, eight other aircraft grove had a "belly stand" hoist, made. I for the step( six years at least. Ltj (jg) Frank Sullivan who "
made "saved" approaches after used with the Mark 2 bomb hoist, A work team system Chief Up- !I Jahr signet* ipver for six last managed to get six bulls-eyes])
failing to get into NAS Jackson- constructed that now fills the I tegrove used while a member of week. He iijresently assigned to of eight bombs dropped; tout
ville. Included in this group were job much better, Not only is it VF-8 in 1947 when that unit was I the squadroj j je{ 'shop. Lcdr. Joe F. Noonan, executive
6n+ AJ-1 piloted by Comdr. John less bulky and lighter but it can participating in the Berlin Air- Three of he !squadrons oldest officer; Lt (Og) Harry Allen, .
T. Blackburn, commanding officer also be used regardless of the lift and setting maintenance records chiefs have ken transfered dur- III, training officer and En.
/ of VC-5, and a P4Y2 from overhead construction. is now being used in VC-5. i ing the pasttedc. Diminick Gall- Charles R. MacDowell. assist. ,
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VJ-2. All planes! were landed He was awarded a commendation i itano; AOCk pow with VF-14, ant administration officer. '
WORKING the for his maintenance work with Paul IsaacV. ADC has been
without a wave off. WHILE on pro I Prior to reporting aboard I '.
Last week GCA was host to the pellers, VC-5 "mechs" found they VF8. sent to j1':\$ Pensacola and VA-15, Lt (jg) Sullivan was (t. ,
student officers of the AGO needed a wrench that would grip Chief Uptegrove began his Johnnie DTrood ADC j. now aq instructor of advanced train. ; )
While the shaft better and "tinkering" with tools and de- with NAT'Memphi... r.
School at NATTCenter. one propeller\ ing with VA-5 at Corpus!
group of officers were observingfrom give a firmer leverage. That was vices before he entered the Navy Christi, Texas
the operator's point of view designed by Chief Uptegrove, in May 1941. He had a machine P.17Jd ;. .1
the other group were flying in the along with a prop dome wrench shop in his home town of Tulare, Officers wives of VF.173i Golfer: "I don't teem to be '
pattern and observing the pilots which helps protect the same plug Calif., and found it a handy placeto were host i jldn night, March playing my usual game today. t'
reactions to the instructions given while removing it. fashion metal part used on 21, to ldMrs./ C L. Speirs j Caddy: "What game do ,e
by the operator. Once the prop dome WM re- the Uptegrove ranch. (Please 7 d to Page 8, Col. 2)) usually play, sir?" .i'$


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PEARL
p ;\- HARBOR i Lt. Hopkins of ComFair


rf WAVE ( Attains Promotion

Reveals Adventure-Packed Career
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Word authorizing his promotionto

; S I WAYS Lcdr. has been received by Lt.
William A. Hopkins, Aeronautical
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ItIIIiIIIIIIIIMlmll! QI'II'IIIUilhlhIPIlI1l' ,' In the course of twentythreeyears M {D n Engineering Duty Officer: on the
I. J., Members of the feathered tribe i in the Navy, Comdr. Wil- Staff of Commander Fleet Air
liam E. Chase. skipper of Fasron
Jacksonville.
will soon find themselves perched -
of 109 has spotted an enemy air his current sta-
on the left arm twelve { wt Preceding duty
Waves attached to NAS. Future attack and warned his base,. spiedan tion he was assigned to Naval Air

petty bfficers who will be sport- i enemy invasion fleet and Station, Patuxent River, Md. He
ing the coveted crow, symbol of spread the alarm, was in Hawaii A has served on the Staff of Com-
I during Pearl Harbor and has had mander Fleet Air Jacksonvillefor
TE3's
leadership: are: Virginia
Z \... Cox, Edie Lasagna, Alma Gloria j his ship'sunk, in war games by"enemr" the past 18 months.In .
out
Hamjy, Virginia Rogers and aircraft .operating January 1943 he received his
Beatrice Cope; RM3 Betts Naylor of.a dirigible. {, flight training at Naval Air Sta-
% .\ and Goitrue Parascandola, emerging His 'career in naval aviation 4 >FK tion,. Pensacola, Fla., and 'prior
i. .l as the ]lone Wave TD3. started in Sept. 1929 when, after > to that time graduated from Ohio
"! Hospital Corpsmen Sonny Oles. completing recruit training at State University, and attended'the
\ ky and Margaret Schuster will Great Lakes, he was sent to pre- Massachusetts" Institute of

A .\, receive one chevron as well as flight training. The. flight train- Technology, Boston, Mass., as a
,. Barbara Rickman representing ing program for enlisted person- postgraduate.A '
C" j I. the Per$onnelmen. Disbursing nel went out of effect shortly native of Columbus, Ohio,
4, ... Office boasts Margo Morales as after, but he' soloed prior to its Lcdr. Hopkins 'is a member
their new petty officer, while closing and was waiting for its American Institute of Chemical
J. "Salty" Swaim distinguished resumption when he was assigned Engineers and a member of Institute -
I') herself at the Dental Clinic. to the USS Langley r of Aeronautical Sciences.
J He was aboard the grand- .

R Coming; up in the ranks are I daddy of modern carriers when Adm. Cassady Commands
\ six third classmen preparing to she went from the West coast to
.t add the secondary support for the East coast in 1934. He recalls Navy's Sixth Fleet
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the little bird are: DT3's Ruth seeing bi-planes from the air- RECALLS COLORFUL CAREER Vice Adm. John B. Cassady,
Richardson, Marlie Ojeda and ship Akron attacking the carrierin -Glancing over photos deputy chief o( naval operationsfor
Mickey McQuaig; "A" "B" Heag- war games and subsequently that spotlight high points of his 4.I' air, and one-time Commander -
ley of Aerology] RM3 Willie Pey- sinking her while her interceptors 23 years in the Navy, Comdr. w Fleet Air Jacksonville has

ton and Storekeeper Bertha were elsewhere. William E. Chase (top photo), ; .. ;\ been assigned to command the
Reed. Congratulations are in order commanding officer' of Fasron Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean
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inside i ;
A..' The planes were kept 109 recalls events that have ,
and to the eighteen girls it I the Navy announced last week.
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can be said "Ship's Service has the airship and used a free-fall been his lot since entering the !! %.f Admiral Cassady will exchange
of cigarettes I method to start their engines. Navy in 1929 as a whitehat.In it r.;: ;
b an ample supply cigars, from IV.::. : jobs with Vice Adm. Matthias B.
would return an
When they photo on right, Comdr. Chaseis :/ M
and candyl"Smooth
?; !' Z1 Gardner. The effective date of
and plane :
sailing to Alice Larrick operation, both blimp the others shown receiving a citation w.Pt4cjgi: *\ the change was not announced.
and Fran Free in their new bil- would approximate from Fleet Admiral Chester W. : %, : fAir
I lets. "Ricky" received orders An- speed and a hook attached to the Nimitz, wartime commander- f, :11 !' ''''
acostia, D. C and Fran will soon top of the small fighters would in-chief, U. S. Pacific Fleet, for ...1 ... .",%:: ', : 1Jt Force Pilot
be at the Recruit Training Cen- engage a brace hanging from the his sighting an invading Japanese ::: :< ;::: ; .1.. :.' .t if
ter, Bainbridge, Md. After six bottom of the airship. This all armada and warning defenders t'ijli' \ .'I'\
years, Fran has practically become took place while they were several of Midway Island of the ': ) ;' : t. }J .. ;Ij 'f; Now With VP-5
in the air. '
'l a fixture on the station. thousand feet peril. This picture was takenin t!, r in :
athletes their absence When the enlisted aviation 191?. ; ... ilJ Air Force Paul D.
Outstanding in 1936, j Uji; : ..--- "; M : Capt. Apgar,
started again
in the batting lineup this program -t one of 25 Air Force officers to
received additional t ;t.
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season will definitely be noticed. Commander Chase instruction and I. In March of 1942 he was selected t,.} >({: "::' '', participate in the Air Force-Navy
flight rank of Lieutenantjg T ::: Officer Exchange Program has
awarded his I II for the iQ.s {
I Welcome aboard to Katherine was subsequently: Metal- ( ). In June while flying one ,: { ,'fM! .I 11' recently reported to Patrol
Aviation
/I McAfee DN, recently arrived wings, while an of VP-23's patrol bombers, he @ Squadron Five.
"- from DT School at Great Lakes. I smith, !second class.In Norfolk sighted a 100 plane Jap forma: Up from the 2156th Air Res-
Katherine will pursue her careerat I 1937 he flew between tion winging its way toward Mid- per threw three "Fish" into one cure Squadron at MacDill] AFB.
the NAS Dental Clinic. I and Annapolis, indoctrinating way and a little later the invas- of the Jap carriers. Tampa Fla., Captain Apgar: will
Latest nuptial tie at NATTC: midshipmen. In September ion fleet itself. Breaking radio virtually "ship over" to VP-5 fora
Geneva Banks of Education announced of the same year he was transferred T.!- silence he sent a plain language i, When the battle was over, period of one year.
her marriage to Burl M. I to VP-10 in Honolulu, I message, informing them of the Comdr. Chase's squadron was responsible He will check out in the squad-
Ball last week.A"Jation I H. While in Patrol S.quadron-10 iminent attack and their danger. for' the picking up of ron's P2V type aircraft and familiarize -
later
and
ranks are swelling. ; he made first class thus prepared 27 pilots that had been downed. himself in all respects
AP Midway was
Metalsmith. ( )
Latest arrivals for ANP( ) Schoolare Chief Aviation that when the Jap armada struck. Among them was Ens. George with the Navy way. Members of
; Nancy Dearness from Holyoke < It was also in this squadron One unforseeable fortunate event Gay, the sole survivor of Torpedo the Navy squadron will in turn
Mass.: Lucy Forte Mechan- he participated in an 18-plane !I occurred. An American submarine Squadron 8, which made a benefit from the Air Force indoc-
icville, N. Y.; Mary Heffner Cas- mass flight from San Diego to lying nearby was reportedto low level torpedo attack on the trination his presence shall afford -

tie Air Force Base, Calif.; Lois Hawaii. I have. picked UP' the message, Tap' flat'tops. .
'
Irwin, Louisville, Ky.; Anne Sullivan several to the plane's approximate -, He operated his plane from a Captain Apgar has been flying, f
there vears proceeded
Portland, Maine and Mary He was still attatked. position and found the Jap tender during the battles in the with the Army and Alt, Force ,
Wiggins, Buffalo, N. Y. later when the Japanese ,i fleet from ,which the planes Solomon Islands and participatedin since 1942. In January)of 3td': '
and
He aboard that day can ,
was
I' havingbut I I came, in battle formation.Not scouting the first Marshall and joined a B-29 Bomber J JWiitgtr(
Recent graduates Patricia Fri- remember his squadron golden opportu- Gilbert raids. In 1943 he returned Denver, Colorado, for unit pita*.
after the letting a
ley Bernice Wiencek and Bar : four planes flyable j I to the United States.In training in preparation
nity to waste, the sub's skip- p\ :::1'';;"
go
blow.
bara Cooper are on their way to i --- September of 1950 he was seas duty. Unable to stay to Jet!ir" t !J) .
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Memphis to attend TD School.I promoted to the rank of Com- away from aviation 4fter'tbewrJiprt*;"\\;

Future "Twidgets" (AT-AL students I Orchestra mander and ordered to Fasron he later flew commercially'i, 'j+ ",. k
I ) also Memphis-bound are: Johnny Long's 109 to asume the post of com Trailmobile Co. of...'Cincim \t. '..:t'
Patricia Wyatt, Shirley Carrow manding officer. He accepted his regular commission
.... -- and Patricia Willis. II i Although the past has held in July 1947, and reportedto
Janis LeClair has beers assigned -" more than just the usual num- the Air Reserve Training Detachment .
to AG School at Lakehurst; I Billed For 3-Day Stand ber of experiences for Fasron at Bangor Maine.
Elizabeth Kilgore to PH School at 109's skipper, he's looking forward .
Pensacola and Mary Noe will remain to what the future may Captain Apgar's tour with Navy

in Jax to attend AK School. Johnny Long and his Orchestra I I hold during the remainder of his Patrol Squadron Five will con-
1' .. Waves softball practice has comes to the Naval Air Station !I among the top three collegiate years in the Navy. stitute a regular duty tour for
orchestras and has appeared at him, and he is already slated fora
gone into full swing with representatives i next Tuesday, April 8 for a three-
from both barracks for I' day engagement. First show, I' every major theatre and locationin Shift Far East Duties job in the squadron's Opera-

a good turnout. It is hoped( that Tuesday, will be at the Mainside the nation. tions department.He .
enough girls will participate so j' Auditorium. Wednesday's performance The song most closely! associated Washington '(AFPS)-The Pre is officially designated a
that two teams can be formed. is at the Officers' Club with Johnny is "In A ShantyIn ident has approved a recommendation "senior pilot" In Air Force terminology .
'Creates good inter-station compe-I and final dance Thursday will be Old Shantytown," which he re- of the Joint Chiefs of and during his colorful
tition. Practice sessions are held at NATTCenter Auditorium. I corded first in late 1940.: Fans Staff that U. S. military responsibility career he has accumulated many'
from 1730 until 1830 Mondaysthru All dances begin at 2000 and I still clamor for "Shant 'town." in the PhilippineFormosa flight hours in various military
be transferred from the aircraft, including the C-54 and
Thursdays on the diamond secure at 2400. I 4.5VF171 area
adjacent to Barracks 720. This will be Johnny Long's Commander in Chief, Far East, C-47, the P-40, the P-39, the P-36
Gen. to the Commander and the famous B-29. .
Late Bulletin Barbara Tom- second visit to the station in the Called Ridgeway
,. I in Chief, Pacific, Adm. Rad. Captain Apgar claims that the
linson her marriage to His band has always
..I ...... Bob announces of ComFairJax which I past been year- with dancers all I ford. This transfer of responsibility Navy P2V Neptune, which he will
Kemp I popular involves no change in U.S. soon be flying, offers an "inter.
took the He is rated 'Screamin'Demons'
country.
place Tuesday night. over I I "
policy: in the Far East. esting challenge. '; .
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.' .: j Now I ; } '
-
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:J
: ;
entries
:. .... From over 70 submittedover
,.. '" a period of three weeks, ,
'" ": '. II five judges of VF-171 last week ...
t selected a nickname for the jet .,.. i
unit when they agreed, after
:\ 2'* hours of deliberation on a ? .M ,

"Screamin' Demons", entered by ;
Herbert W. Pinkerton, AE1.

.. ) a For winning the contest Pink-
erton was presented with an F2H
model Banshee, sin lar except in-
.; size to the jets now flown by VF- ..i
171 pilots, and the congratulations <

of his commanding officer,
Lcdr. Helmuth E. Hoerner.
I
\ L
\\I\ ; Lt. Hugh J. Tate, Lt. (jg)

Joseph L. Morgan, Thomas J.
.. Andreola ADC, Robert F. Mar-

shall, AD1, and John W. Stolz,
AN, were the judges appointedto
determine the name for VF-

:t l 171. The squadron has had an insignia -
e f since it was assigned
t. &we 3a \o Phantom jets and became the AF PILOT WITH VP-5-A member of the 2156th Air Rescue
;
; first jet squadron in the Navy, Squadron at ]MacDill AFB, Tampa, Air Force Capt. Paul D. A p.
,.rt "NICKNAME" WINNER"Screamin' Demons", is now the but has had no "alias". gar (right) gets an official "welcome aboard" from Conulr. JamesC.

f nickname of VF-171, thanks to Herbert W. Pinkerton, AE1, whoVi' Pinkerton is a native of Chris- Houghton, commanding officer of Patrol Squadron 5, Captain
\
submitted the winning entry. Here he holds his prize of an F2I1 tiana, Pa., and has been vith. the Apgar, one of the 25 Air Force officers participating In the Air
model Banshee, the type which the squadron uses, and is congratulated "Screamin' Demons" since Au- Force-Navy officer exchange program, will be attached. U VP-5) ,
.f' I' '. by his skipper, Lcdr. Heimutk E. Hoerner. gust 10, 1951. I for one year


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Slated ForMidApril Three Wins
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Bow to Gators i I'i!


Following a meeting of all interested Jax Navy ne-tmen racked up I
players and managers of I three wins in their current cam- ,
NAS softball teams at the Special paign while they were forced into I
Services building last Friday the their first defeat last Saturday I
opening of the intramural leaguewas by the Florida Gators 5-4, on the ,
set to Boone Park Courts.Presbyterian .
tentatively get under- "
way April 14. College went .]
Final starting dates are pending z down at the hands of the Fliers r
following the completion of vc w aFC Qo q.! a .rR i 6-1. earlier in the week to make ;
work on the six diamonds avail. it three straight for the locals. (

able for league play, but it was Although the Fliers picked up ) --tJ
disclosed that competition would the first two singles matches
not begin until all were in shape. against the Gators they were unable .
A second meeting of managersIs to score another win in .
slated for tomorrow, April 4, singles play. In doubles the Navy ". -rOOt
at 1000 in Building 930. Deadlinefor team took two of the three -
entries will be at the close of matches. .. 'I .
the meeting. League directors Close Matches .'
stated it would definitely be the Coach Leon Wilson of the J' I

last opportunity to register for Fliers defeated Roger Pharr, 0-6, '!
play.At. 6-4 7-5 in the No. 1 singles and
last week's meeting 19 teams Ben Sobieraj followed through I.
were represented and more are with another quick win from Bob ,
expected this week. Rules and Czerwonky Jack
6-3,6-4. Webb .
regulations of last season's play OFF TO A GOOD START-Three victories to date against four top-notch opponents Is the after a first set win of 6-4. went
were emended discussed but no, radical re-hashed changeswere and early season record of Jax Navy's tennis combine. To date the netmen have beaten Bolles Academy down 19-8, 6-2, to Fred Bill of the j

in evidence.As Duke, and Presbyterian, while losing to University of Florida. Team members are, from left to right, Gators.
was the case last year, Ben Sobieraj, Gail Davis, Dave Lewis, Leon Wilson, Len Curtis, Bob Chartrand and Jordan Thompson. Meet Bolles Next

games will be of seven inningsdurationb Dave Lewis lost to John Hires, .-
but a starting time is 6-4, 6-2 as Gator Dan Perry
ig question, 1500-1530- trounced Gail Davis, 6-2, 7.5 and
1600, all possibilities.An Golfers Host'Cincinnati Don Eads of Florida beat Jay
all-star game will be play- I Thompson, 6-3, 6-2.
ed at the close of the season with In doubles play Sobieraj) and
the teams chosen from each of : U.'ApriI1 Wilson of Jax dropped Don Phil-
the two leagues. It is not defi- 5pot4 I lips and Ed Kassatly, 6.1. 7-5.
nitely known if the competition [ ? Gail Davis combined with Jay
would be divided into two Thompson to drop the No. 3 Gator fJ
leagues, the answer depending on doubles team of Czerwonkyand
the number of additional teams The Jax Navy varsity linksmen John Hires, 2-6, 6-3 6-4.
attending tomorrow's meeting. have a two week lay over before The second Fliers doubles team '. I
their next currently scheduled of Webb and Lewis were drop- ,
outing but the woods and irons ped by collegemen Pharr and
FAW-11 Captures HAS I won't be idle.Currently Bill after a long struggle, 6-3,

Bowling League Title Mittmen Falter In 6th ND; the two resting setbacks on coming a 7-2 record at- 2-6 The and Fliers 6-3. clash with Bolles I,,

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the hands of the University of AcademyWednesday in the second -
Intramural bowling "rolled" toa Florida and the Georgia Bulldogs, meeting of the season at

close last Friday with the keen the Fliers' next match is slated Boone Park. .._
eyed keglers of Fleet Air Wing One Reaches Central MeetJax for April 17 when Cincinnati
11 atop the heap of 18 NAS com- University sends its collegiate AN Students Top
petitors, thereby winning first foursome to the Naval Air Station !

place? points in the Iron Man Navy found the going rough in the Sixth Naval District greens NATTCenter Keg PJay I.
Trophy chase. boxing tourney staged at Cherry Point last week, claiming only one April 19 the Fliers will host .
Marine Air Detachment and fistic title by virtue of Tiger Jack Cunningham pounding his wayto Rollins College and April 24 the The Airman School Studentswon
Patrol Squadron Three resting a ; the lightweight championship. locals play a return match at another first in NATTCenter's -
point out of first are forced into I Winter Park. The Fliers trek to
I lone winner
Cunningham among intramural
program, by com.
a play-off with'O&R and Fas- six Jax entries, fought two Camp LeJeune was runner-up Tallahassee to play FSU, April
Navy ing out on top of the heap in the
Six No. 1 to determine final
. ton I to gain his title, putting with 15 points and Jax Navy 26 and the following day return
men spring bowling season just com y'
standings for Iron Man points. I John Tharp out if running witha posted 13 points for third. home for a match with the Fort pleted.The.
,
.. notchedrpolntw
'\ The FAW-11 quartet first round TKO in the firstnight's Winners in the 6th Naval Dis- Benning infantrymen. Students showed good
while MAD and VP-3
action and then trict meet in the Olympic weight .
taking a form in winning 36 games of 39,
and Fdsron
Wend O&R Six
_
: decision from Howard Gosser scale were as follows: 112, Ed
to accumulate 49 points. They
: Southern Free
; ad'iO. The VP-3 Relays
"'<: 'j"' yQ/a; keglers Cherry Point, in a unanimous de- Hendricks, Cherry Point; 119, took the lead the first week of
tie for the title
"
to
; chance: cision. Harold Mullins, Cherry Point; 125 Uniform it
,, Ij'A'.s last match of the seasonfJ' To Men In bowling and never lost exceptfor
'.... ,O&G three Forty men will compete at Kenneth Winters, Cherry Point; a tic with the Marines about
;: 11/ .lir ; needing all 132, Jacky Cunningham Jax Servicemen in uniform will be
in the
midway season.
y Green Cove next week, April 9-
-, ,;e ._'i".f total pin fall, but fell 11 in the South Central group Navy; 139, Tommy Ocera, Cherry admitted free of charge to the After a slow start AO School I IShip's
in'a line and could
single
"' oft championships in preparation for Point; 147, Rudy Gwin, Cherry fifth annual Southern Relays to Co. and "B" Students pick J
do no better than a second place the coming All-Navy eliminations Point; 156 Dave Bailey, Cherry be held in Birmingham, Ala.,.April ed up steam to take second place ....t
tie.Playoff to be held in San Diego, Point; 165, Ed Kennett{ Cherry 4 and 5. honors. The boys from AO had
dates are still pending
with the four April 21.Winners. Point; 178, Pete Gay, Cherry The relays attract some of the 43 points. :
peting arrangements squads, but league officials com of the South Central Point and Heavy, James Vines, best track teams and track men Ten more 200 games were bowl J
Camp LeJeune. ed last week. The
joiningthe
in the to Birmingham. men
hinted they would try to get underway group will leave Green Cove country "
from the I I Entries indicate that 90 per cent 200 Club" were:
the latter part of the for San Diego. Fighters '
week. 6th, 8th, 10th and 15th Naval When the University of New of Southeastern Conference West, 203, 201, 201, and Siegel*
JlXAr I.K\.IK: )fcTAMIINC Districts will be on hand at Green Hampshire faced Dartmouth in teams, as well as Yale, Harvard, 203, of AO Ship's Co. and "B'
Team J'ointi Cove to battle for the crown and basketball this season it was the Michigan and many others will Students; Peterson AO "A", 202;
VP-3 KAW-11 54Si 53;: the honor of the California trip. first time in 18 years that the bo on hand. Almost 50 high Jurciek, Commissary, 224, 200;
MAD two teams from the same state, schools from five states will also Wiltsey, AE School, 211; WaIst ,
O cR v0Fasron ; and Spitzner of ANP) Ship'sCo.'with
Sloe! NI 1 SO 'have faced each other. participate.
) Ed Mulvey of Jax decision 210 and 208 respectively.

F'a ion SI 109,. NI.2 37 38 John Innes of Cherry Point in a .."......"..' ....'. '' "' Final standings! :
Yet sonnel! 37 welter fracas the first night and 7;:: :: :V- ; : rout*
lW1rmary. 37 knocked Bob Ritter of Green ,. ANPI( Students 49\
Special ben IcesCommissary 36 AO Ship's Co & "B" Slu l.ANP 4i
Cove out of the way the next .
frtores 33 ( ) Ship* Co. .311
tat 1 25 night with a unanimous decision. v_. AE School :\.1 t
Hoop 19 Mulvey met his Waterloo in .' :, Marine Jl
-:>> 17 :Special; Senior* 2\!
vc>5 13O.&C Tommy Ocera of Cherry Point in "A" Student 25
G 13COmmunl'ution. the finals although the Marinewas I Aircraft Malnl. 25 .5-
11 forced three rounds to AK School 22Llspensarv
to
11 go
20
: .
\.t'.u prove his superiority.Ted PersonnelC'omnilssnr :24)!
Miller Jax welter lost to wave \ JT 9 j.AO j.

Skeet Team Joe Ruiz, Cherry Point in a split
decision in the first night's brawl. Rodeo Tickets AvailableHere

Cops LaurelsAt ing.Lionel "Indian Joe" Broxton I At Ilalf-Price

clobbered Stan Wysokiwski, tickets availableto J'
Half-price are
in the fora
Cherry Point opener <
GainesvilleThe unanimous decision and lost a I ing servicemen to attend the and Championship women desir- ..

Jax Navy All-Navy skeet split Cherry decision Point, in to the Dave finals Bailey bf the, 9' : J & Rodeo to be staged in the Gator ..
Bowl Jacksonville, tomorrow
,
its 52 season II
of 1951 opened division.
no
team middleweight >y
last Sunday taking all laurels at II K April 4 and Saturday. f

the Gainesville Gun Club with mark a i In his first fight Monte Slade I There 2000 will and be two one performances performanceat
491x500-a good
of
score lost a tough one to Bob Gillihanof Saturday at 1430 and 2000. Thin q:
.
the .
early in season.
for so LeJeune when the
> Camp
rodeo is being sponsored by the
has four members I I
Navy crew
The
cham- judges decided that the split decision Kiwanis Clubs and is a benefit ..
from last year's 3a- r
left should go to the Marine
for underprivileged children.
team and with the aid I
pionship '
welterweight.Jax
Regular admission price is $1.25
Earl Severns, a former I
of Lt. Norfolk I heavyweight Moe Wein- and 64 cents for personnel in uni .
the aggregation 'a
member or. as All- stein dropped a decision to Bernard I form. Tickets are available in theSpecial' .
expects to repeat 1952. Turner of Pensacola in the 4e Services office in Build :: ,
for
champs
:Navy ,;
opening night action. Turner was ing 930.
The team will also make a bid. ..
Championships later turned back by Pete Gay, r .
for the National ran fourth last Cherry Point, eventual light- El Segundo California is the
in which they heavy champ. most water-polo crazy town in

year.The next shoot is scheduled I I Cherry Point copped eight of the world. What football is to
6 when the Navy gunmen the ten weight championshipsand SHARPSHOOTER-Capl. Lester K. Rice, commanding officerof Green Bay baseball is to Brooklyn -
April compete in the Azalea Shoot at gathered 47 out of a possible NATTCenter views a few of the trophies won by Robert S. water polo is to this coastal
the Jacksonville Gun Club. 50 points for the team champion Stringer, AKC instructor at the Center, in the National midwinter city.
Gordon Teets, Bill Arthur and ships. Rudy Gwin, Jacksonville pistol matches held recently in Tampa and Coral Gables. Approximately El Segundo represented the G'
Pendergras all scored welterweight Golden Gloves win. 640 contestants took part in therconibined tournament. United States with the youngestteam
Kinney 90x100 in the Initial shoot while ner was awarded the outstanding Stringer won a total of 16 medals, 1 plaque, and six trophies including ever, and placed third in / .
:Earl Severns and Gene Varner boxer award for taking! his : two cameras: a ship's clock, 2 broilers and Iron and a .22 the meet which was held at Buer"1;

each posted 97x100. win so decisively. Colt Ace pistol. nas Aires. .

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I Thursday, April 3 Suffering three defeats in as"; four outs before leav-
.... { the week only put
Flaming Feather -- many outings over past
the all via the strike
i' .. ._..Sterling Hayden the Jax Navy Fliers eyed their ing out route.game Peterson, proved effective .

Friday, April 4r road engagement with the Flor- until the fourth when two

When In Rome.._>_Van Johnson ida University "B" nine this afternoon more runs scored and he was
Saturday, April 5 I4 at Gainesville. troubled throughout his stay on
1 Odette ________?____.___..Anna Neagle Friday and Saturday the Fliers the mound allowing 11 base hits
r Sunday, April 6 t Sf host the University of Tampa while fanning; six.

The Marrying Kind.. ---._- 0 ____ ;.' and Monday and Tuesday are on Phil Righter relieved in the
j q, ____ _. ..__Judy HollidayMonday 5 the road for single games with eighth and was greeted with a
Raiford Prison and Fitzgerald of
April 7 two run outburst on three timely
r Flesh & Fury .,..___..Tony Curtis ; Georgia.Presbyterian. Clin- singles.
..... Tues. & Wed. April 8-9 College, of Navy collected two runs in
I. My Son John .___ ___, Helen Hayes! ton, S. C., found the Flier both the fourth and ninth, but
in the
" 1 NATTCENTER moundsmen an easy target could do no better than six hits,
Thursday, April 3 first of a two game series last one a double by Coughlin in the
I Pride of St. Louis..._ Dan Dailey Thursday as they pasted the locals third which did no damage.
Friday, April 4 o 14-8, but the following day Stetson t I t "

Odette .__ ___...-. ,Anna Neagle S were extended to notch a 2-0 Rossi.Mayer 3b An 5 II 3 TO 1 A 2
_ Saturday, April 5: pitchers battle. Werner If 4 1 0 0
j When In Rome_,_._ _Van Johnson l2 Earlier this week Stetson Uni- Johnson M 4 2' 3 2-
" !...i 6 versity avenged a 10-8 thump- Kubeler. cf 4 2 3 0
Sunday, April
McNulty 3 1 2.4
tT received on Mason 2b
- Talk About A ing they 4 1
Stranger Poor, c
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..: ._. __.__. .George Murphy Field by downing the Fliers, 13- O'Flynn. Ib 4 2 10 0
Mon. &.n Tues. April 7-8 8, at Deland, pounding a trio of Nixon Hopkins it pI'lajer 5. 3 ] 1

The Marrying Kind __. __n ____on A Navy hurlers for 16 hits. Total 37 16 21 IIIn

__n_._ ,__.. ..Judy Holliday 't4INTRAMURAL Presbyterian Wins
Wednesday, April 9 The Presbyterian opener saw Navy (5)
w An JI ro A
Flesh & Fury _.___Tony Curtis f Ken Peterson rapped for eight Neely 2bCoughlln. 3 0 2 2
#' Y runs in a. big Blue Hose third 3b 5 2 2 0
HOSPITAL
I NAVAL 'f' r .. -_.. inning and the locals could never Reltenour, c 4 0 10 2
Thursday, April 3 Brock Ib 2 1 4 1
Red Skies of Montana FINALS-A jump ball provides plenty of ac- overcome the margin. Gordon Hethcox, If 5 1 2 0.
---- -
_____Richard Widmark tion in the grand finale of the intra-mural basketball season at Lassila was called in to quell the Faustyn,*,cf rf 4 4Schucker l 0 0Ligon
but his offerings were
Friday, April 4 NAS. Jim McWhirter ((10)) ANP( ) Student battles with Tom Tobin flame, IS 4 0 1 2
Red Ball Express -_________ ._--. IIAW-1 (7) as Doc Edwards (12) of HAW.l moves in, duringthe poked around for an additionalfive McCaffrey, p 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

_.....___.__.Jeff ChandlerSat. second and final game for the all-station cage title. Airman markers. the only Flierto Moylen.Peterson (a p) 1 0 0 0
& Sunday.April 5-6 Students NATTC loop winners, copped the all-sta Tom Neely was Righter, p 1 0 0 0
School ,
Prep affair
get two safeties in that Total. :35 6 21 78
Pride of St. Louis___.Dan Dailey basketball season at
r tion in the grand finale of the intramural abreviated at the end of seven (a) Struck out for Peterson In the
Monday, April 7 representatives 68-60 in the second game. The Students took the because of darkness, as slehth.Score' .
___. .. innings by Innings
Talk About A Stranger
first playoff tilt, 67-65. circuit in the sixth 010 200 002 5
hit for the
he Jax Navy
. ) .._.......__George Murphy board and singledin Stetson 360 200 02x: 13
Tuesday, April 8 with a mate Ft-Rossi, Werner 2, Johnson 3, Eubeler
\ When In Home._Van Johnson School Students the seventh. 2 McNulty 2, Nikon Hopkins 2,
Airmen ,
Brock 2. Faustyn Ligon.
Wednesday, April 9 Gene Clifford, curve ball artistof Reltenour E-Rossi, Johnson 2, McNulty Fans
The Marrying __ the Flier staff, matched arms ivn, Ligon, McCaffrey: RBI-Rossi 2,
; _.... .. Kind.Judy Holliday with Presbyterian's Bob Mat- Eubeler 3 McNulty 2, Poor, Nixon,
Schuckers 2. 2b-
,. hews for seven innings of the oughlln.Johnson. Eubeler.Hetheox.Coughlln.; SB-Wer.ler .
The District Attorney was ques- All-Station Cage ChampsANP second game, allowing only one HP -Brock bv Hopkins
tioning a Kentucky colonel in safety to that point, before relinquishing 38-oft bt'p SO-by Hopkins; 7, McCaffrey 5, McCaffreyI 6,
lighter. :
court. Unable to shake his testimony a brace of runs in 4 I, Peterson 6. II-off McCaffrey 2 In
1 r he triod sarcasm. ( ) Students of NATTCenter, swept to a 68-60 win the eight on three singles a walk 1 1 1/3 ((8) Peterson 11 In :5 2/3 (3).

t "They call vou a colonel," he over HAW-1 of NAS in the finals of the station cage race and a stolen base. Left Righter Navy 3 In 14, 1 Stetson(2). 11.WP-Loser Hopkins.McCaffrey. -
sneered. "In what regiment are NATTCenter hardwoods and thus Mathews punched a letter .
I evening the
colonel?" last Friday on high curve ball to short left 55
a
', you"Well," drawled the colonel, marked the close of the 1952 intramural basketball season field with runners on second and

It's like this the 'Colonel' in After taking the first tilt earlier third and two men out and then Traffic ViolationsListed

front of my name is like the 'Hon; in the week, 67-65, the Stu circle. for the settled down to retire the locals
orable' in front of yours. It does- dents held the advantage in thi Tobin with was high 33 points scorer while Me- without a threat in the final two below are the traffic

II n't mean a thing." best two of three playoff and Whirter tourney claimed runner up hon- frames. ourt penalties awarded at this
'. made the most of it as they less. McVey had Rally Cut Short station for traffic violations committed -
with
point
staged a fourth quarter flurry twin < ors 26 a for the two game series Navy hitters collected six one for the period of March 20o

f going away. and points Shadburn canned 24. Summaries basers, but a pair of sparkling \ March 27:
Y Last season a make-shift team : fielding plays by Blue Hose de- Multiple Offenses: C. W. Edg-

of NATTCenter cagers enterec AI'ir( ) STUDENTS!' (&8) fenders thwarted any scoring hill, EN3 Speeding; failed to
NAS competition after the league< ftIN:; P(1 a Fl It Ti 12 attempt the locals could muster.In stop for Stop sign-15 days lossf

was underway, taking two defeats Johnson 0 1 2 1 the first inning Neely open- ) driving privilege.T. .
suffered by' PT, and went Mt'Whll'ter '7" 5 35Obresly ed with a single and was advan- F. Kelly, SA-Ft'ulty equipment -
." ., on to win the flag in an abbreviated 0 0 3 0 4 13English ced to second when Jim Coughlin ; failed to stop for Stop sign7
playoff. i 1 1 3 drew a free pass. Bill Zeigler days loss of driving privilege.E. .
The Students were easy victors Gould 1 1 1McCarthe sacrificed to put runners on sec- G. Knott, SA Speeding;
'4Uncoln
_J in the NATTCenter league, 7 2 0 0 3 ond and third, but Dale Reit- unauthorized entry to restricted

the first year of divided statior i2 22 enour looked at a third strike to area 10 days loss of driving
play, and they found the Heavy Totals 28 68)1A5.1 momentarily end the rally.It .
privilege.
; Wingers tiring as they pressed Flay,, J'ti((60) Fl J t TJ' was strictly no contest in the II D. L. Wright, SA-Involved in, "
the NAS champions in the fourtVquarter Wallace 6 re-match with Stetson as the
.,' after trailing 49-47 at the Edwards 5 1"2 3 5 32 6'Shadburn Hatters took advantage of a accident; inattentive driving -
3O for action.
end of three periods.Bill Tobin 5 4 2 14'' single, two walks and Lennie
.- McVey and Obresly led Buchanan 2 0 4 4 Faustyn's boot in center field to Speeding;: E. R. Weaver, AEC
." the Students in the initial stanza Price 0 0 1 0Colwell score three runs in the first in -10 days loss of driving privi-
as they pushed through 14 2 g 2 :41Totals ning. ege. F. L. Phillips, AE1-10 days
18-15 marginat oss of driving privilege. W. C.iVeisel .
points to claim a now To Stetson .
23 14 18 (0
the end of the first lOminutesof + The Fliers got one back in AN-15 days loss of driving -
play. went their half of the second, but in privilege. J. Jackson-10 days '
yxl Pat McDougal of Detroit : ,
a privilege."f ;
of driving j
hunting along with his dog. Pat the bottom part of the frame the oss

Tom Tobin, HAW-1 ace, was missed 12 dead shots in a row. roof fell in on John liD Caffreyar :
limited to four charity tosses in The dog went into the bush and he allowed five runs to cross Paul Campbell former Amef1.an 'I'; ,
the first period while. Neil Wallace returned with a live bird in his the; plate before being relieved League first baseman, w'" -
't chipped in five points to mouth and dropped it at his master's by Peterson. nake his debut as a manager;. \tc ;i

pace the losers in that quarter. feet. McCaffrey was credited with season. "' 't-< ,j t.t:
.. HAW-1 narrowed the margin -----

by a point in the second period as ":
dt i a' the two teams left the court at All-Star Tilt To Close Diamond Camp .
3
] the dents intermission'in front 3533.with the Stu- i

3
# Jim MeWhirter canned four
i from the field and three from Play ball! is the cry that will ed by camp director Frank Mc- Bob Buckman In left
infield for the
bleachers at who directed the selec- Around the
the gratis line in the second echo through the Caffrey
I frame to maintain the edge for Mason Field Saturday morningas tions. American leaguers John Hughesand
) : the Students as Jim -Shad burn the all-star game of 1952 is Possibilities of major league Tommy Cook will share du-
netted four points for the Heavy unveiled at the fifth and final talent being on hand for the ties at the initial sack, Mike
Airmen with no less than six of session of the fourth annual Jax- game were slim as the clubs that Wolfe and Charles Sizer at sec-
his team mates adding two- Navy Boys Baseball Training are in training in Florida the past ond, David Mattox and James
.r pointers for their 18 point total. Camp.Youngsters. month have embarked on their Brady at third and in the short
Tobin came to life in the third throughout the annual exhibition series' before I stop gap Walter Masher and Albert

period> with three from the floorto Jacksonville area have been opening the latter part of the Marchant.. *
d send his charges into a commanding priming themselves for the big month.
the terminates t For the opposition it will be
49-47 margin over event which annually
fly
Students while McVey got one the big diamond school for 12-15 Three Pitchers for each team Harold Turbyfill and Roger Pru-
less for the Center cagers. year old enthusiasts. will divide the mound du- itt at first, Jimmy Foster and
S SIt Officials at the camp released ties with Pete Plyler, Buddy Mul- Ronald Arnan at the keystone,
: was all over for the NAS line-ups for the two 19-man lis and Jimmy Allen handlingthe Curtis Archer and Jerry Wilkeat
I hallengers in the final period as squads to vie in the nine inning chores for the American third and Rodney Cribbs and
and Leon Moitt James Winn at short.
McCarthey spearheaded a Stu. contest that will be concluded League squad ,
it. ,, 1 11) dent drive that netted 19 points with the awarding of prizes to George Truitt and Homer Harris Receiving duties for the Na-
t will be taken
well to sharing the National circuit burden tional League over
member
: and the title, HAW-1 was able each team as as
.J and for the
outstanding stars of tomorrow by Jimmy Batts
11 times.
to count only
r' .d McCarthey punched through who did not make either roster. In the 'outfield for the Amer- Americans, Howard Rambo is the
/1)) five from the field to run his i icans will be Darwin Swilley, starter. Only two catchers were
.11, evening's total to 14 points while I The older boys were given Norwood Redding, right field named before press time, but Mc-
-,",'( MeWhirter led the scoring parade I preference in choice as this is Donald Cunningham and Edward Caffrey said he would study the

.J '',OUI,Ot1I, PAUEE-Parisian for both teams with 18. their last year of eligibility, although Disgpain, left field, and Glenn reports from each session in selecting -

Sljnoae,Marin has been turn- For the losers it was Wallace a few of the younger Johns and Charles Dixon patrol- an additional pair.
\ e ')eaiuc she sighs to have the overall balance of the Student positions.Last For the National League squadit from Kirby-Smith, Lake
er'.Ie**< ,on the legitimate aggregation was too much week the youngsters went will be Joe Lambert and Mar- Shore, Norwood, Landon Fletcher -
+ r .h.* But just this onttria4'ODI1 ,- for the Heavy Airmen as they through their paces in a final effort tin Patterson in right; Bruce John Gorrie and Green Cove
: for you- she poses were outshot 28-23 from the field to secure all-star berths and Tyndall and Thurston Rogers in schools with Kirby-Smith taking

;bi4 :-..,.. and took a 14-12 margin from the the results were highly regard- center and Darrell Odum and top honors. '\

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Dialogue |I (Items offering for sale article
of property such as washing machines -

automobiles, furniture, radios -
"Station clothing, and the like are I l
( Dialogue" providesan prohibited by Defense Depart-
opportunity for military and ment regulations. This column ,
civilian NAS to
personnel of will, however, list such services i
voice their opinion on ,a questionput rides i
as available housing, wanted -
to them Jax Air News 'I
by a
lost and found articles, and \
reporter). other similar notices).

Today's Question is: "Do you I FOR RENT .-
agree with the Academy Award i Furn. 3rm. apt. 2312'College St. I
selections for 1931 (Including Mrs. Clark, Ph. 76249.
'
the Picture of the Year and Furn. 3rm. bungalow, (opposite
Awards for best actor and actress : NAS) $37 per mo. See G,
). !J ', Schultz, 703 Plainfield Ave., .
Orange Park. -
Seymour Glantz. AMHAN, \ I Furn. 3-rm. apt. 528 Clinton Dr. ( .

O&R Repair & Salvage: Orange Park. $60 per mo. Mrs.
Reaugh, Ph. 8-4702 after 1600.
"I agree ,that t Furn. 3-bdrm. house $125. 2142 '..

Vivien Leigh Herschel St. G. W Smith, Ph
did an excel J 83911. '
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lent performance ; 1' I Furn. 2-rm apt. Mrs. R. F. Bradley -

in "The I Ph. 11284061.
I Furn. single & dbl. rms. 1447 4
StreetcarNamed Avondale Ave. Mrs. L. Schultz.Ph. .

Desire 2-5930. .( ,f.'. ,
." but I PARLOR ROOM COMFORT r fi Furn. single rm. 3380 Knight St. i A
_m. think. irednc -This is the type of scenery c) Mrs. Pezzulla, Ph. 2-0014 after '* W .
Glantz March should that greets visitors to the two 1630.
lounges aboard the- stationone Furn. dbl. rm. $16 2601 Park St.
have gotten the Oscar for his partin
"The Death of a Salesman." at Mainside and the otherat Mrs. S. R. Houston, Ph. 82770. 'r
I NATTCenter. In top photois Furn. dbl. rm. $10 wk. 1319 Ham 1

John E. Cassidy, AMAN, O&R, the Mainside lounge main ilton St. Mrs. Marchus, Ph. 8-
Repair & Salvage: room, complete with comfortable 3829.
chairs, sofas all which Unfnrn. 4-rm. apt. 3664 HedrickAve.
"I think Jerry Mrs. Bryan. Ph. 8-1598.
make for pleasant surround
Lewis ings. In bottom photo is the Unfurn. 1 bdrm. bungalow. $45
should have play room of the NATTC 5132 Ortega Farms Blvd. Mrs.G. .
I been awardedthe 3 lounge. Both lounges feature E. Green, Ph. 2-8268. '41
Will share Lakeshore. Mrs.
home
Oscar for study rooms, record playing \ .
"Sailor Beware rooms, occasional dances and LeGrand Ph. 27216.
," and my eeven a snack bar. This is an- Single rm. 968 Cherry St. Mrs.
choice for thp ... other one of the many recreational Anna Simmons, Ph. 2-2S81.' t'
picture of the Cassidy activities made avail- FOR SALE
year would be "A Place in The able to personnel here. ] 5-rm. house. Equity. 6152 Transylvania -

Sun," with Montgomery Clift and &..Blanding Blvd. C,
I Elizabeth Taylor. I \ H, Harris. '.
Scouting: Squadrons II ; 5-rm. house. Equity, $825. 2955

Thomas P. Shiel SA ComFair- I '*, ,Y Wickwire St. F. H. Hodella, Ph.
.s ,Jax, General Office: (Continued from Page 4) ext. 463 or 388.
_." "Thp 1951 who have departed for their new Unfurn. 6-rm. bungalow. 5244
., x. Oscar should i duty station at Norfolk, Va. San Juan Ave. W. M. Ball Ph.
sr. have gone to Among guests present were QUIET PLACE FOR RELAXING 27047.

Jerry Lewis, Lcdr. and Mrs. Paul B. Garrison MISCELLANEOUS
I in my opinion of VF-174 and Lcdr. and Mrs. Ride wanted-5378 TimuquanaRd.
a x and the pictureof Jack Tefft. Lcdr. and Mrs. Hel- Lounges Provide 'Homey'Atmosphere to NATTC 1430-2120, Mrs.
the year mut E. Hoerner both of VF-171, Yuna, Ph. 84989.
could easilynave l and Comdr. and Mrs. George H. Ride wanted-Spring Park Rd.
been Carter of CVG17. For Personnel II & Wilson Ave. to NAS Supply,
Shiel "The Greatest Lcdr. and Mrs. Speirs were 1730-1600, Mrs. Wishon, ext.
Show on Earth" with Cornel with an inscribed sil- For relaxation and that "homey I 311.Rides.
presented
Join the record club and talk
Wilde and Hutton.
I" Betty. ver serving' trav as'a token from feeling", you don't have to go about the latest jazz or indulgein wanted-vicinity Margaret 'J
the many friends they have madein ashore. You can spend a pleasantday little musical & Dellwood to NAS. 0800.1630, :
Kenneth M. Sopher, AN O&R, a repartee any
of Sally Taylor, ext. 420.
their two yeAr tour dutyIn or evening at one of the two night wish. '
Repair & Salvage: had you I Ride wanted-17th and Main Sts.
"" Jacksonville. Lcdr. Speirs lounges on the station, either the Bridge classes have been con
"A Place in officer of Springfield to NAS, 0800.1630, I
served as commanding NATTC lounge at Kelly and Birmingham ducted in the past for those who
the Sun," is VF-173 since February 1951. or the Mainside lounge would like to get to know the Lois B. Seibler, ext. 405. S
my choice for This week finds the VF173'killers" across from the Navy Exchange. game. In civilian life bridge is Ride wanted-Post & May Sts.
I the Picture of basketball team entered These lounges sport the .latest almost as essential as golf in the to NAS, 0800-130. Sidney J.
and I in Lackawanna Outdoor In in record players, the softest of business world. Here is your Wilds, ext. 526.
chairs and of the indoor Want to form car pool: from
thin Marlon : vitation. Rumors are that VF-174 most chance to pick up some valuable beach to NAS, 07301600. Ens.P. .
Brando should ..4 has also entered. games you can name. lessons on the game or improve
.
... S. Schultz ext. 8293.
At the NATTC Lounge, television
have receivedan New "killers" in the squadronare your playing ability. Baby sitter availableJanelle I-'
.
.
award for Sopher Sammy Brand and Jack Ros- rooms are blocked off and *
I Schultz ext. 8326.
curtained that telecasts RADIOS ARE tuned to the ,
so pre-
his part in "Viva Zapata. tal, both ADAA's who are reporting
I in from NATTC Mem sented will not interfere with best sports contest of the day at Baby sitter available-Grace Jov-
2120 Herschel St. Ph. 2-
John S. Brkich PNSN. Corn- phis. your favorite records which you Mainside and the NATTC video nero
FairJax, Personnel Office: S may want to play, or that com room is kept open until the Wed 9502.
yr14Now fortable radio evening you used nesday night fight program is Baby sitter available Cecile
"Frederic I to spend when you had no place finished. Bowen 2031 Herschel St., Ph.
March did* a wearing the three green to go during civilian life. Top deck of the N A T T C 83256.
winning performance stripes of Airman are Jim t Got a gal friend? Test her skill Lounge features ping pong and Baby sitting-Mrs. Harriet Joiner -
Creamer Bill Efner, Gerard Hall 642 Meteor St., Ph. 25160.
4n in bridge or take advantage of pool tables as well as dart boards
I ; iI- and Frank Dailey who received the pleasant surroundings and for the use of any personnel with Will board child-900 N. Plain-
1( "Death of A word of their promotion to Air tell her the story of your life. talents in this direction.If field, Orange Park. Mrs. Mary
Salesman," and man on March 15. you are working for a rateor Hall. Ph. 112-8-3952.:

_: I think the Pief After being with the.squadronsince IF YOU- WANT a nice lace- tn studying one of the Navy's EXCHANGE OF DUTY George
f > Brkich t u reo f the 1947 Jack Gooding, AE1 leave your folks while you many educational programs take D. Smint, ADI 311-38-82 VC-
.''''}I. 'year was "Room For One More." received his orders and is now change your clothes for "that time to investigate the facilities 12, Quonset Point, R. I. would
yt..home-life comedy with Cary I plying his trade with VA-15. week-end", bring them to the available in the study room of the like to exchange duty to any
want and Betsy Drake." Lt. Jesse Hopkins has just returned : lounge where they can enjoy Mainside Lounge. Here you will Fleet activity in Jax or Jax
lOMf : from a course in close themselves.At find peace and quiet and a small area.
air-support at Norfolk while Lt. Mainside small parties or reference library with which to 0'
[:Ladies FRA Auxiliary ((ig) John Riddick, Lt. (jg) John wedding ceremonies may be con study. A snack bar offers coffeeor nierht's study.
I Harper, Lt. (jg) Al Hansen and ducted free of charge in these hot chocolate every once in a The NATTC unit of this "after-

'; T.= Hold! Dance FridayHyde Lt.came; (jg back) "Herb"from some Landess deserved just lush home like surroundings. while-a welcome lift after a long hours" recreation calls for NATTC will take person-incoming -

Park Country Club has leave. .tp ADpt M .( nel and deliver the message to L

been selected by Unit 91 of the Everyone\ honing for the the barracks. Since NATTC barracks '\.tt..
Ladies Auxiliary of the Fleet Reserve best concerning Ensign 1 DonPlynn's are not equipped with
Association the of phones, this is quite a valuableservice.
as scene leave. Last time he madeit

the first dance of the year for as far North as South Carolinaon ., .. *
the members of the auxiliary and' the way to New York before n W WRITE LETTERS if you wish. 4.4

Branch 91.Featuring. his car pooped-out. Stationery, pen and ink are available .1
the music of Ray Ens.. Gene Hendrix is still busy for all hands. Even a dictionary -
mond Gage and his orchestra the
making his speed runs to Mobile. is handy for the big words
social event is planned for tomorrow
Alabama. .Now a "full bull"with you wan to use to impress the
night, April 4. the railroad tracks of a ''ol ks. .
2100 the dance
at "
Beginning
Lieutenant on his shoulder Miss of the latest
a CODY magazine
0100. In additionto .
until ,
will last
boards, Lt. Joe- Vaughan just Well wander over and
dancing there wil. be door went on leave, his first since his read about the latest news with
prizes and refreshments.Dress ,
promotion.The pictures. .
_
for the dance is optionaland Xuf
Hands" In the Magnolia Room dances.; .
j affair'may be "All squadron ,. .
the
tickets .
for .
,
'III 'I
without hitch at Mainside held X
member of the : party went off a are 'Jfor
obtained from any Jarvis PSSN's mimicry small Personnel ::2p-.
from the Branch 9 and Johnny groups. can'con1'
f auxiliary or Prices for the dance I is still talked about. One suIt Mrs. Paul Lanier. .hostess.4v; .
Secretary. feature that went over with a about the details of these events'4:
have been set a at, .$1 per person. particularly loud bang, were the The next time you have 'rtottf."; .*

blacksmith finally door prizes. The lucky recipientsof ing to do drop around 1 the' 1. .
The village apprentice willing to the $25 gift certificates were lounges and see just what .they"4 ..
found an Ens. Fred Blech- have to offer. Chances.. .
for Ens. Don Flynn are yovl .
low long I
work hard at pay LENGTH OF SERVICE AWARDS of Operations- '..
smith began his instructions man and Thad Reece, AN. Even -Employees will want to return and spend
The
hours. the lad: "When I luckier was Bob Johnson AM2 department of NAS received their five and ten-year Length of some> of your leisure time v, ,
the shoe to out of the fire, I'll who copped a $50 certificate Service Pins from Comdr. Paul J. George, Operations officer, dur- Name your living room' fav-j/ "
take it the anvil, and when I Although the squadron recreation presentation ceremonies this week. From left to right are, AlbertP. orite, whether it be chess cheeky
lay on head hit it with this fund isn't as fat as it was Nowlin Hilton L. Tucker, Patrick J. Antoinelli, Lillian F. Wil- ors, cards or music and you havp',
nod my The, you apprentice did justas prior to the festivities, the opinions day, Comdr. George, Evelyn Sullivan, Roderick D. Pinney and it at your finger tips, reatljKfor ,
hammer.he told. Now he's the village were unanimous !in. their I Levi! Moore Nowlin. Pinney and Sullivan received 10 year pins, the asking at the two en. istcd R ,
was '
blacksmith. acclaim for the fete. while the others were presented five year awards. lounges here.r .. ,11
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