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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 10, 1952
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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).
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: EASTER GIVESUS CRUCIFIED AND a


EXAMPLE OFRESURRECTION BURIED, HE For JewishThe


AROSE AGAINHe Jewish Festival of the

_' In Jesus' day the question' suffered under Pontius Pilate Passover, which is now being a

f came: If a man die, shall he live The Creator was subjectto celebrated, will continue i

". f again? the creature the Governor of through the middle of next

The Answer is contained in the universe was liable ,to the week until April 16 in the.

Jesus' assurance Because I live Governor of state truth '
a ; personified Reformed services and April ,
shall live also.
ye declared guilty before
s I. was
The assurance of eternal life, iiI Y vacillating indifference. 17 in the Conservative and

or life after death is basic in the He was crucified .-' Divinity Orthodox services.

acceptance by most if not all of iHINRI i- went to the pulpit of the. Crossto -At Congregation A h a vat h
preach to humanity, the Lamb
those who profess the Christian z r. _
St. Johns
without spot shed His blood in Chesed (Reform) at
faith. atonement for sinners' salvation, Ave. and Mallory Street there 1 {
." [ God died that men might live, will be a service on April 15 ab'

\. EASTER brings the single example the second Adam paid for the 2000, and the Yizkor (Memorial)
first Adam's sin, virtue succumbed
of the resurrected life. to vice. Service will be conducted at 1100
obliterate
Quickly we pass through or over on April 16. ;
c
that which preceded Easter. The HE DIED He bled to death' .

betrayal the trial and the cruel from His five wounds, crowned The Jewish Center Synagogue ,
fixion of Jesus too often are as with thorns in mockery of His (Conservative) at 3rd and Silver 4T'
kingship, pierced with nails in Sts. will have services at 0930 on
details unattractive, uninteresting
hands and feet, transfixed witha
unprofitable details to be spear by the Roman guard April 11, 1830 on April 15 0930
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quickly asphyxiated by the stench of sins and 1830 on April 16, and the a;
avoided or passed over
for which He died that He might Yizkor (Memorial) Service at
From our point of view the im breathe His life into us. 0930 on April 17.

portant the pleasant the profit And was buried The lot of Etz Hayim Congregation (Orth-
able part of Jesus! experience i is, all human flesh was paid by the odox) on 6th St. between Laura "
the resurrection the assurance of fragile tabernacle that housed and Main will hold services at j
EASTER WORSHIP-Don Koljeskl, AK3 of Fasron Six and the Son God strengthen us 1845 on April 10, 0830 and 1845 ,'
life for us after. death. his wife, Alice, an SKSN of NAS Supply department stand rev for our list hour. on April 11, 1845; on April 15,
erently before the Cross on the Altar in traditional Easter worship 0830 and 1845 on April 18, and the
TRULY our objective is to live Special Holy Week religious rites for personnel, which are nUT HE AROSE again from Yizkor (Memorial) Service .at

And to live eternally is the su being services.held all week, will culminate on Easter Sunday with special the dead on the third day 0830 on April. 17.. .

preme objective. But the way to "Destroy me and in three daysI
1 life Jesus who points the to shall rise again" He had fore School and such other person
?
I.J way I told. Good Friday, Holy Saturday nel who do not rate liberty on
life eternal and through whom Easter Services and Glorious Easter. April 17 may avail themselves ofa ,
of the service conducted April 17
comes the assurance resurrected Each man must suffer for his on
life has instructed his: by a Rabbi at the ProtestantChaplain's
each will be
t own sins man crucified Auditorium .
office NATTC -
disciples "Follow Me". The way in death and pay the pen- Building 563, provided a ;
he walked we must walk if we Being ObservedThe alty for transgressing the Lawsof sufficient number of requests are f'
God, each man will be buried.
would know life-now or ever. received. Notify the chaplain'soffice
Death is the penalty for sins for
The way he walked leads through annual church services commemorating the resur- through one man sin came into in person or by telephone
((8522)) no later than Monday,
self-denial deep conviction, consistent rection of Jesus Christ are being observed at the Protestantand the world and through sin came April 14.There .

purpose an affirmation Catholic chapels at the Naval Air Station today through : death. will be a service for

that God is All, and a willingness Sunday with the traditional religious services that are GOOD FRIDAY recalls to us Jewish personnel in the Protestant -

to be alone with God, even synonymous with the Easter season. that we too shall one day die, Chaplain's office at NATTC
though it costs one's life. Only Special services have been an- Holy Saturday reminds us that Auditorium, Building 563, at 1831)
.
those who follow Jesus through I nounced for the remainder of the Cross". we shall corrupt in our graves. on April 14.Weather

the whole of his experience ,can Holy Week. Capt. Charles A. But Easter tells us that we, like .
Easter Sunday-The early serv-
Dittmar senior station chaplain, Christ shall rise in incorruptible
hope to arrive at the climax of will be, in charge of Protestant ice at 0830 will be conducted by flesh. OutlookFair

his experience, the Resurrected',I services at All-Saints' Chapel Lcdr. Milton G. Kuolt, chaplainat Shall we ascend into Heaven
.
P. Catholic NATTC in All Saints' Chapel.He weather due this week-end ,
Yif e. while Lcdr. John Burns and partake of the Beatific Vision
chaplain will conduct the will speak on "The GloriousResurrection" for eternity or shall we be according to the NAS Aerology 'J
Capt. Charles A. Dittmar,, Catholic Easter rites at St. Ed cast into hell with the.devil and Office:
Senior Chaplain ward's Chapel. Lcdr. William A. I Chaplain Dittmar will speak his fallen angels? Our faith and Frlday-Pa.rUy cloudy. Warm
" Wiggins Chaplain of the Naval during the 1045 worship service, good works shall decide our des- with light to moderate southerly
Hospital will be in charge of and the theme of his address will tiny: of reward or punishment.This winds.
services there.Following be "Alive unto God". is Holy Week the holiest Saturday Increasing cloudiness
Buses Provided For are the services outlined Both services will feature spec- week of,the entire year. Let us with continued warm an.!
for Protestant and Catholic ial music by the Chapel Choir die to sin in order to live with southerly winds.
.'-' Good Friday Services worshippers. and the Sunday School children. Christ.
a Lcdr. Sam P. Holiday, chap- I I Sunday Broken cloudiness.
Lcdr. John J. Rums,
I Warm, southerly winds and possible -
ProtestantGood lain at Cecil Field will! conductan
Personnel wishing to attend
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Catholic
Episcopalian Communion I Chaplain showers at night. .1oA
Good Friday servicescan Friday-The Seven Last Service at 0730 in the main ,
of Words of the Cross will be the o rg% Y .
take advantage special chapel. Chaplain Kuolt will conduct
,La. buses which will run theme of a two hour worship a Communion Service ac- t,
AllSaints'
at
service, begining at 1100
from the Administration cording to the rites of the Lutheran
Chapel. Personnel may attend
Church at 0800 in the small c4fr43
building:, O&R and Build- the entire series, or any of chapel. 2 .kk <

ing 118 Operations. The the half-hour periods. Students Sunday School will meet at
... ; buses will leave at 10.15 for desiring to attend the 1200 to 1230 0930 when emphasis will be
late
d' Protestant services and at devotion period may report placed on the Easter message. .
for the fifth period of instruction, Easter Sunday services will be
1145 for Catholic. They will provided they present an atten- held in the Hospital Chapel at
return from Chapels im- dance chit upon entering the 0915. Chaplain Wiggins I I will \
mediately following servo chapel. Support personnel may speak on "The Power of theResurrection"
,: attend as they can be spared.
There will be a
ices.r Program schedule: At 1100' celebration of the Lord's Supper.
Robert E. Elliott willspeak l
Chaplain
on "Father forgive them"; At 1600 Easter Sunday afternoon PVc'
'
y yr1rL
'' at 1130 Chaplain S. Kenneth the sermon by Chaplain ,.
To You'Jesus
Be
'Peace Johnson will speak on "Thou Wiggins will be "The House that
be with in Paradise"and was once a Tomb". fh"l
shalt me .
'came and stood in the "Woman, Behold thy son! > }
midst and said to them: Peace be Behold thy Mother!"; at 1200 Catholic % (

I' to you. Chaplain Milton G. Kuolt will Today-At 1930 tonight Holy .. ....__ .. --'W.S- .."-' .__:: ._ _
' And when He had said this He speak on "My God why hast thou Mass will be celebrated in St. Ed
showed them His hands and His forsaken me" and "I thirst"; and ward's Chapel, marking the an- CONDUCT SERVICES-Special services for the remainder
side the disciples therefore were at 1230 Chaplain Dittmar will niversary of the Last Supper. of Holy Week: and Easter Sunday have been arranged for naval
glad; when they saw the Lord. speak on "It is finished" and"Father The ceremony will open witha personnel by station chaplains. Chaplains conducting; these sere
He said therefore to them into Thy hands I commend Procession of the Cross followed ices include, front row, left to right: Lcdr. William A. Wiggins,
again: Peace be to you. As the my spirit". by the sanctuary boys and theCelebrant Capt. Charles A. Dittmar (senior NAS chaplain); and Lcdr. JohnJ.
Father hath sent me, I also send Chaplain Wiggins will delivera of the Mass Father Burns. Back row, left to right: Lcdr. Milton G. Kuolt, Lcdr. L
you. Good Friday address in the John J. Burns, NAS Catholic Robert E. Elliot and Lt. S. Kenneth Johnson. Absent from the
'I; (St. John Chapter 21, Verses Hospital Chapel at 1130. His topic Chaplain. Assisting will be Father picture are Lcdr. Sam P. Holiday, Cecil Field chaplain and Lcdr.
t, t/ ,19-21)). will be 'The Darkness At The (Please Turn to Page 12, Col. 4) Samuel D'Angelo or NATTCenteiv
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h JflXFMt2W8' I Blood PEogramTotals 1,670,205.Pints



Published every Thursday Lt Navy activities at. Naval All

Station. Jacksonville. Fla.NAS. Jacksonville 70 Appointed WO .


Capt. Douglas T. Day Commanding OffkeJComdr. (By Armed Forces Press Service) Seventy enlisted men of the regular Navy

James H. Armstrong ._... .. Executive Office have been appointed to the temporary rankof
6 Lt. Dave ... Blood collections for the 26th week of thje
Barksdale .n_. n'" ._. Public Information Office. Armed Forces Blood Donor Program totaled ,warrant officer", the Department of the
Fleet Air Jacksonville Navy announces. Their date of rank is retro-
Rear Adm. Osborne B Hardison._ _. Commande 76,401 pints of whole blood, the Department active to March 1. 1952. The rating of radio

Capt. Howard V. Hopkins ......... __.....-...-..._.-._.._. Chief of Staf f of Defense announces. Donations since the electrician (Classification Code 766)) repre-
start of the campaign, Sept. 14, 1951, have
Fleet Air Wine Eleven Thisis
sented the largest single group promoted.
Capt. Jesse S McClure _. -... ... Command totaled 1,670.205 pints.. the last group to be appointed under the

Comdr. Joseph T Thornton ___.._,_... ._ Chief Staff Officer estimated current warrant officer program.
Naval Air Technical Training Center An 5.000 graduates of the Air *

Capt. Letter K. Rice ..._?__.._...._............_?_ Commanding Office Force Reserve Officers Training Corps will Miller
Appointment of Eugene as Deputy
Comdr. Richard. S. Stuart __" ._ .. ...-. ...-_Executive Officer be ordered into active military service'within Director for of the newly created
Naval Hospital 120 days after graduation this spring, the Department Operations
armed Services Technical Information Agency -
Capt Dwight J. Wharton.. NARTU _Commanding Officer be called of the include Air Force all newly-commissioned announces Thoseto (ASTIA), has been announced .by the De- .

Oflcer graduates without prior service who receive partment of Defense. ASTIA was establishedto
Capt. Easton B. Noble Commanding and technical )
Comdr. Anthonv Trusso Executive Officer their degrees before June 30, 1952. All members integrate all scientific and report its
of the 1951 AFROTC class were ordered services for the Defense Department

Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extensions into active service except those granted. de- contractors. .
8184 and 216. lays. -
be JAX AIR NEWS la fublKtieO weerrv at the U. S. Naval Air !SttloaJacksonville. The Navy has opened school for torpedo-

Florida, and printed commercially with non-aonroorlatert fundsat The Navy has announced a change in ]lengthof men at Coddington Point U. S. Naval Train-
no expense to the government and In compliance I with. N A VEX OS P-i5 Rev
Nov. IMS. Copies are distributed free or chnrre at the Naval Air Station the tour at Okinawa. It has been reduced from ing Station, Newport R. I. Although it will
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Naval Ati1'1 r," Vr fUatlon. Cecil Field. and 18 months to 12 months. be under the management control of the Bu-
the U. S Naval Hocrlt reau of Naval Personnel the military com- .
F.ditor-Andrew H. Planev mand will be in the hand of the commandingofficer
Staff Members: Marian Sprenger. J03: Mary Bixiones JOSN; Qualified theological students will be recruited of the Newport Naval Training Sta-
Dave Devroy. SN; John Charvat, AN; Barbara Tomlinson SN; for appointment as ensigns in the Na- tion.
Helen val Reserve for inactive duty the Department
.
The JA rliR NEWS It a member of me Armed Forces Press Service of the Navy announces. A previous regulation
AFFS material appearing In this publication mar not be reprinted withoutthe requiring seminary students to be membersof The Department of the Army has issued a
written pVrmlulon of Armed Force Press Sen-toe. Republication of other for books. It particularlywants
call to its agencies
the Marine Reserve before'becoming
matter except by service publications la Prohibited without permission ol Navy or Corps!
Editor. JAX AIR NEWS eligible for the Chaplains Corps, military, historical and General Staff
has been cancelled. publications, translations of foreign military
works and reports and studies at the Army

A special refresher course for approximately Army Group, and Department of the Army-
| 1952 ELECTIONSThis I 150 National Guard command and staff level. The object is to build up the Army War

officers will be held May 12 to 17 at the Com- College library to its former state. Any agen-

mand and General Staff College, Ft. Leaven- cy having multiple copies of available publi-

voting information applies to Armed Forces personnel, worth Kans. The course is designed to keep cations is requested by Army Circular No. 17 .

dependents residing with Armed Forces personnel and U. S. Citizens officers abreast of current military tactical to transfer a copy to the Army War College,

: attached to and serving with the Armed Forces of the United and administrative developments.(4g4nd Carlisle Barracks, Pa.

States beyond the continental limits of the United States unless _-4.- -
otherwise specified. These persons include civilians employed by the French Heady Jet tighter

Department of the Army, Navy Air Force, the Marine Corps and Production In
For April
the Coast' Guard; personnel of the American Red Cross and USO. _

I Bordeaux France (AFPS) -
New JerseyGarden graph 2 under Registration may The French aircraft industry with

( State) apply for absentee ballots either WincfTa/k Notes the aid of more than $5,000,000 i
by letter or completed Federal
Qualifications For Voting worth of American-supplied ma-
Post Card Application (Standard
21 of chine tools has readied a new
1. Must be at least years from
will be
Form 76)) Application
for
French-designed jet fighter
age on date of election. ,
accepted as late as the 26th day
full-scale .
2. Must be a U. S. citizen having before election. Marked bal production.The

resided in the State of New lots must any be returned in time to NARTUVPFasron plane, called the "Mys-

Jersey for a period of one year, reach the proper official not later tere" MD 452, is expected to be

and in the county of residence than 10:00: a.m. on Nov. 14, 1952 on the assembly line in April. By
for five months. for the election. 742 the end of 1952 the French ex-

3. Must be a registered voter 2. Civilians general, other than those Members of the staff and stu. Emmett C. Howard. III, freshmanin pect to be producing 30 jets a
the University College OrvilleC
except members of the Armed dent of the of ; month.
named in 2 under body University
paragraph I
Forces. Porter, a student in the Col. .
Registration may not vote by I Florida at Gainesville make up a of and MalvinN.
lege Engineering,
Registration absentee ballot. sizeable portion of the complement New U. S. PopulationWill
is Bucholtz. a sophomore in the
1. Registration permanent
New York of men and officers assigned -
unless a voter has failed to casta to< Patrol Squadron VP741. College of Engineering.. Show Increase
ballot in a general election at (Empire State)
The Unit under command of Experts in the Census Bureauare
least four (Thusif For
Voting
once every years. Qualifications CV Fasron 741
R. of
Comdr. Taylor
a person failed to vote in 1948, 1. Must be at least 21 years of Goodwyn I estimating a population be-
drills the first Present standings of the Fasron
Jacksonville
tween
162,000,000 and 180,000,000in
he must re-register before votingin date of election.
age on week-end of each month. The drill attendance teams look
very America by 1960.
1952). 2. Must be U. S. citizen for at
a
2. Registration is not requiredfor least 90 days prior to date of election squadron is equipped with PV2winengined I good: so far. Team No. 1 with They also predict that California -
bombers and O. Dinkins leader is
Armed patrol i Casey as will have nosed out Pennsylvania
members of the having resided in the Stateof -
SNB-2 twin-engine trainers. out in front of the pack with
the second crowded
as most
Forces. New York for one year in the
3. All other persons must regis county for 4 months and in the The "Weekend Warriors" who. 96-22 per cent. state in the union before 1955.

ter in \person at the office) of election district for 30 days commute from Gainesville and A very close second, and it may The official nose-count" the
commissioner of registration at Registration the University of Florida to participate be called a tie is team No. 2 with 1950 census was 151,672,000. -

place of residence at any time up 1. Registration is required annually include the following: Herbert W. Ellis as leader with (AFPS).
Lcdr. Leonidas H. Roberts 96-15 cent Third and I
to and including the 40th day and must be accomplishedby per place,
prior to any election. all prerequisite to Squadron Maintenance officer an still close to top position is team Build Ammo Depot
as a
Obtaining Ballots And Voting persons Instructor in Physical Sciences; No. 5 with J. E. Bonner as leader '

1. Only members of the Armed voting.2. Unregistered members of the Lt. George E. Sutton, Squadron with a 95-85 per cent: Fourth Navy Civil Engineers are developing

Forces may apply for absentee Armed Forces and their depend- Flight officer an Instructor in place goes to team No. 4, JamesH. plans for a 16000.000

ballots by mailing Federal Post ents ( parents sons, and Mechanical Engineering; Lcdr. Richbourg, leader, with 89-34 construction program 'at the Na-
spouse
Card Application (Standard Form daughters who are, actually residing Bolser, Electronics officer a grad per cent. val Ammunition Depot Hastings!'!,

76)) to the county clerk, countyof with servicemen) may register uate student in Education; Lt. Team No. 3A, John W. Kemp, Neb. -The bulk of the funds will
New Jersey residence. Appli- by absentee process. Thes Harbey K. Meyer Aviation Technical leader, is holding fifth place with be allotted for erection of inert

cation may be made at any time apply for registration Training officer, an Associate 79-5 per cent; and sixth place in storehouses and magazines to
may
up to date of election. Ballots persons by. of these formsof Professor of Industrial Arts the contest is held by team 3B, ease the Navy's shortage of am-

will be mailed to voters as earlyas I application anyone: (a) Federal PostCard and Vocational Education.I I. James S. Wright leader. munition storage. facilities.'cTh .

30 days before any election. I Application (Standard Form Lt. Karl M. Ilansen, a studentin It's a touch and go affair among' .

Marked ballots must reach elec- 76)), (b) New York Division for the School of Architecture; Lt. 'the first three teams. It looks as I

tion officials] not later than elec-, Servicemen's Voting (Form 1)), (jg) Richard J. Schenberger, a though there may be-two teams.

tion day; (c) a letter containing the New student in the College of Business making the RON trip during the :
2. Persons other than membersof York home address military address Administration; Lt. Tom M. summer cruise.

the Armed Forces may not and signature of servicemen Mooty, a student in the College The squadron lost no person :

vote by absentee process. or dependent who desires of Business Administration; Lt. nel during the last month. Per

PennsylvaniaKeystone I to vote. Applicant should mail Sam A. Davis, a graduate studentin sonnel should keep it up and I
'whichever form he elects to use Forestry; Lt. Robert C. Watkins should attend drills.
( State) to the Secretary of State, State of a student in the College of everyone I I I Is
Qualifications For Voting New York, Albany 1, New York. Engineering; Lt. Harvey K. Meyer Two new men were receivedon
the month of
1. Must be at least 21 years of When properly filled-out application Professor in the University board March.
R. Bowers SR is
Walter start
age on date of election. has been accepted by election College. ,
his first enlistment and Fred-
2. Must be a U. S. citizen having officials, applicant will not Enlisted personnel include: ing ,
erick M. Cason AN transferredfrom
resided in the Commonwealthof only be registered but will also ,
D. C.
Pennsylvania for a period of be furnished an absentee ballot. ing ballot (for use in General Washington. ,.

one year and in the county of The inclusive period for accom- Election of Nov. 4, 1952)) is between -

e residence for two months. plishing registration and obtain. April 1, 195 and Oct. 24, Rear Adm. Vhitehead

3. Must be a registered voter 1952. .
Leaves Air Wing Post r
except those persons named in 3. All other persons except

paragraph 2 under Registration. members of the Armed Forces!, Rear Adm. Grover B. H. Hall, 4

Registration must register in person. former director of the Navy De.
1. Registration is permanent: Obtaining Ballots And Voting partment's Guided Missiles Division

unless a person has failed to vote .1. There is no provision for relieved Reer Adm. RichardF. ;

in at least one election duringthe absentee voting by anyone in Whitehead as head of the Atlantic

two immediate precedingyears. Primary Elections in New York Fleet Air Wings in cere-
Thus if a failed to monies at Norfolk
person Breezy Point ,
NEW state. Therefore, absentee or military LIGHTWEIGHT 'CHUTE
vote in 1950 and 1951 he must -
YORKP1Nt4YWNdiN last week.
voter's ballots for in
use M/Sgt. Isadore
Rosenberg, an
before in 1952.
voting
re-register
these elections. should not be re Admiral Whitehead will reportto A F technical specialist at
2. Members of the Armed
quested. Rio de Janeiro in the near fu- Wright Air Development Center
-
Forces and bedridden or hospitalized ture to be Chief of the U. S. Na-
2. Registered and unregistered Dayton Ohio, models then
veterans are exemptedfrom
val Mission to Brazil. It will be
members of the Armed Forces e w lightweight automatic
all require
registration
his second tour of duty in Bra
men ts. NtTW and their dependents should obtain opening personnel parachute-
3. All others except those per- JERSEY ballots for use in General zil. he helped develop. The new
,
sons named in 2 above must register Elections as indicated In para This is the second time in their 'chute weighs'only 22 pounds.

in person at the office of the graph 2 under "Registration." naval careers that Admiral Hall The harness is a simplified system

county board of elections in the Marked ballots must be receivedby has relieved Admiral Whitehad.In of nylon straps Intercon-

county of Pennsylvania resi Office of the Secretary of 1948, he relieved the silver- nected by snaps. It has only
dence. State, State of New York, Albany haired aviation pioneer as Com three adjustments compared to .'

Obtaining Ballots And Voting 1, New York, not later than mander, Carrier Division 14, still the seven on standard harnesses : 41 .

1. Those! persons named in para- 12 o'clock noon on Nov. 3, 1952. based at Norfolk. in use now. '



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0900 this morning Photographic Squadron 62 joined rc:t:'il;t' C \i ': T _......_...........George Murphy

other fleet units here when the squadron was officially placedin '.. ,= .s Friday, April 11

commission by Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison, Commander .' '). 7iIofV Anything_._Can Happen.__Jose Ferrer

Fleet Air Jacksonville. :t',, .' 12
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The squadron designated VJ .it The Big Night
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62, was commissioned as a unit ol __....John Barrymore, J(.
the Air Force Atlantic Fleet and New DOD Bill > y AL Sunday. April 13
will be home-based at NAS Jack o

L _'nvil1e. : i Young_'_Man'_' ._With.__Ideas..__.Glenn Ford
I ,Accepting temporary commandof To Distribute : Monday April 11
the squadron was Lcdr. DavidC.
Hoodlum Empirej3rian
McNeill in absence of the i DonlevyTues.
prospective commanding officer,, Aids EvenlyWashington < & Wed., April 1516Singin'
Comdr. Jefferson J. Kennedy; r --4 In The Rain

who is presently attending pho ; _........Gene Kelly
tographic school in Pensacola (AFPS) A Defense
.
Commander Kennedy is expected: Department -sponsored bill NATTCenter

to assum .the post of CO later : designed to equalize benefits for Thursday, April 10
this month. members of the Armed Forces Crew's Dance-Johnny Long and

Second In 30 Days and reserve components has been and His Orchestra
introduced In Congress by Rep.. 2 e
Friday April 11
As Admiral Hardison read the ,
Overton Brooks (D.-La.)
The Big Night
commissioning orders VJ-62 became -
the second new fleet unit The bill clears up existing inequalities __...John Barrymore, Jr.

to be formed and commissioned and Is closely relate Saturday, April 12
here within the past 30 days. VJ to the Armed Forces' ReserveAct COLLAPSIBLE 'COPTER This-new-type helicopter, the Anything Can Happen

2, first Atlantic Fleet Weather currently being: consideredby XII-26, is designed so that it can be dropped from larger planes, ..Kim Hunter
Squadron, was commissioned the Senate Armed Services unpacked by two men and in the air in approximately 20 min- Sunday, April 13

here March 11. Committee! Among the changes utes. Weighing less than 300 pounds the new craft is six feet high Bronco Buster _.___..John Lund I
Some Still To Report proposed by the bill are: and can be collapsed into 5x5x14 ft. container. Designed for air Mon & Tues., April 11-15

Witnessing the formal ceremony 1. Grant hospitalization bene- evacuation as well as observation, it can carry two men side by Young Man With Ideas

which was held on the westside fits to Naval Marine and Coast side, or tandem in twin external litter carriers. It is being de- _____.___Ruth Roman(
of Hangar 116 were officers Guard reservists similar to veloped under sponsorship of the Army Ordnance Corps. Wednesday April 16

( and men of Fleet Air Units and those granted Army and Air Hoodlum EmpireClaire Trevor

It .officers of shore activities at NA3{:; Force reservists. Of Sex To ChildrenTo NAVAL HOSPITAL
Jacksonville in addition to in 2. Equalize death benefits Explanation II

vited civilan guests. i between certain reservists and Thursday, April 10
Not all the crew of the new I regulars. Je Featured In Hospital FilmTwo The Marrying Kind

squadron were present at the 3. Authorize per diem and __ _I _._, -Judy Hoi 1 iday
commssioning. Many of the per I quarters to certain reservists films dealing with impart- was considered a "problem" and Friday, April 11

sonnel assigned to the squadronwill coming on active duty for short ing of sex education to six year caused his parents great concern. Flesh and Fury .Tony Curtis
report later,. Among officer periods. olds and to teen-agers are on tap The picture showed the understanding Sat. & Sun., April 12-13
j personnel attached to VJ-62 are for the regular Wednesday dis and the suggestions for: My Son John. _.__ Helen Hayes
six pilots from Composite Squadron 4. Extend the benefits of the cussion hour at the Naval Hospital handling his difficulties inter Monday, April 14 4
62 Cecil Field. Soldiers and Sailors Civil Re- next Wednesday, April 16. and j
at estingly portrayed, simple Bronco Buster _..Scott Brady
lief Act to reservists from the
These films produced recently by '
Lcdr. McNeill, who will be ex sensible. Tuesday, April 15
time they receive orders to report the University of Oregon, are titled -
ecutive officer of the squadron Parents are urged to take ad Anything Can Happen
when Commander Kennedy re to active duty.. "Human Beginnings"" and vantage of these weekly sessions: _____._.__._Jose Ferrer
turns came to Jacksonville from 5. Amend the Social SecurityAct "Human Growth. Films will be as an aid in solving their own Wednesday, April 16 ,
discussion
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit to give persons on active shown at 1100 with a problems dealing with health and Young Man With Ideas \

in Norfolk, Va. duty involuntarily the right to period following. hygiene. I I _. ._..._..__Glenn Ford
retain credits previously earned "Human Beginnings" is designed I .
under the Social Security Act. especially for interpretationto I

Those on active duty voluntarily the first and second grade childof Red SoldierIs New Navy Jets
VA Explains would retain them for five the arrival of a baby. sister or

years. brother. 5 ft.-5 in.
6. Give benefits under the "Human Growth" portrays a Excel MIG-15
Reasons For scientific simple explanationof ,
Missing Persons Act to reserv- yet 140 PoundsMeet
the natural bodily changes of
ists on training duty. \
adolescence which may be puz- Admiral Says
Dividend Lag The bUt is currently before the zling to the teen-ager. Mr. Average Communist ,p
House Armed Services Committee. soldier now fighting in Korea;:
Both films excellent in
are New York (AFPS)The Navy ,
to handle com- lIe's a simple peasant, about five
helping parents today is experimenting with five :
Washington (AFPS)-Reasons I these normal growth feet seven Inches tall weighs .
fortably
the second special 1951 NSLI most likely is types of aircraft that can outperform .
140 ,
why children's devel- about pounds
in their
Lt. Col. Agnes A. Maley, of changes the Russian-built MIG-15s
dividend to servicemen is lagging with more than five .
Garbor, Okla., will succeed Lt. Col. opment. Dr. R. O. Meeko will lead a farmer no now being used by the Communists ..
outlined to Congress recently gripes just
were of schooling
discussion following the years :
the
Carl Alta Berninger as Director of in Korea, Rear Adm. Thomas
Administrator
by VA Nurses in the European Commandnext showing of the movies. like any other soldier, knows very S. Combs declared here recently
i
R. Jr. outside world, is
Gray, little about the
month according to Maj. Yesterday's offering was "Why Addressing a luncheon meeting ,
In a letter to Rep. Porter Hardy fed, and provided with no
Jr. (D) of Virginia chairmanof Gen. George E. Armstrong, Army Won't Tommy Eat?" This was poorly amusements.That of aviation writers, the Chief of
subcommittee Surgeon General. from real life-a little boy who the Navy Bureau of Aeronautics
a congressional is the picture of the "ave. revealed that three of these
investigating government opera Communist Soldier" paintedIn will be in production this "
rage planes
tions, Mr. Gray said that 1,186 Hits The Silk 140 Times the September issue of Army
900 dividend checks have been Information Digest by Capt. Rob- fall.Admiral Combs identified the \\1 1Navy's
sent out or are currently on their Loesch assistant public :
ert P. an five fighter planes as the
way to servicemen. That leaves. To Show Jump MethodsFasron information officer with the Chance Vought F7U-3 DouglasF4D f,
1,313,000 yet to be processed.The Eighth Army in Korea. McDonnell F3H, North Am-
rate of processing,
average erican FJ-2, and the Grumman
according to Mr. Gray, is 13,000 a 109 has one officer who Loesch F9F-6. f
In his Capt says,
day or 65,000 weekly. If all the has literally gone head-over- the Communist army soldier gets no The Admiral said the planesare
personnel in the NSLI Premium heels for his job and over 110
chaplains perhaps a or more removed
leave. There are no ; year
utilized
be
Section could
Accounts times at thatCHCARP [ from with the
exchanges service
neither are there post
the weekly total could be diet Morrissey lathe 'or canteens. A private draws the fleet and admitted that Navy "
raised to 75,000 but other work
man who has gone throughthe x i equivalent of about 30 cents a planes now operating from car-
relating to Public Law 23 (Serv- While attached __ match
acrobatics. to month.In riers off Korea are "not a
icemen s Free Insurance) must Parachute Riggers School at iv. for the MIG, although Navy:
be taken care of as well. Lakehurst N. J., he would dem- training, he spends about as fighters have shot down MIGs. 1
At this fate the dividends could much time hearingpolitical prop
to grad-
techniques
all be sent out by the end of onstrate jump aganda lectures as he does learn-
rigger's by
The date for uating parachute to use his -but he
weapons
July. target completion the silk" himself.He ing
"hitting
formerly was April. never hears the United Nations
J recently had his rank mentioned and always is told

New Leaflet InterpretsVets' changed from C H MAC H to that his enemy is the United
CHCARP in order to put him in States.

Reinstatement Rights the correct designation as survi- .. ir K

Washinton (AFPS) -The De- val specialist.One In each' squad, every two men .._
tnse Department of Labor has of his most exacting as- are responsible for a third and
tmounced that its leaflet "Rein- signments was heading an ad- thus every man is watched. Thereis 't '
;. I.) statement Rights of Persons Who vanced detachment of Carrier no freedom of thought or action :
, Leave positions to Enter Military Air Service Unit 14 personnel at and desertion is punishable by
Service" now available on re- Clark Field on Leyte P. I. during death. r 4ikp

quest.Copies. 1945 when the Japs were the Communist
When average .
be obtained by still entrenched nearby. He recalls '
may soldier into action he carries tl .
writing to the Bureau of Veter- "working while at any min- a bandolier goes containing a three- .i -5. 9"i
U. S. ute we expected the Japs to come (
ans Reemployment Rights, day ration of rice, his ammunitionand
Department of Labor, Washington back"He'serv 1 rifle and probably hand gren- 'sc
25, D. C. The leaflet will be d in several CASU'sbefore ades. He U most likely to be

given to all Servicemen who are putting the parachute armed with a Soviet weapon or ,
being separated or discharged.It school at Corpus Christi in com-
American or Japaneserifle.
deals with the rights and mission in the early part of1942. a captured. r rA

benefits of those who left their Before going overseas he servedat Ills unit goes into battle only
NAS Alameda San Diego and
service
jobs to enter military 70 cent armed. In the Infantry
Moffett Field, California. In 1944 per .'
temporarily. la divided \ ARl\IOP-8h'.year- }
the 12 man quad
he left for Guadalcanal to be of-
into three or four assault teams old Richard I'auwels models an )f
Scrap Collections Double ficer-in-charge of battle the dial damagedand pool, COMING DOWN-Mice the of three or four men each. atomic-era suit of armor developed
which replaced
man" CHCARP They usually mow forward in by his father Leo Pau-
Washingtln (AFPS) Scrap worn planes with new air- "daring: young 'of Fasron 109 preparation for attacks at 1700 well (right) of Los Angeles,

iron collections at naval installa- craft After from the the war's states.end he served Chet floats Morrisey through the air with the hours, with the jump-off occurring Pauwels says the suit was designed
tions have almost doubled in thjs at about 2000 hours. Every to protect his son from
fo after bailing
with CASU-33 at Los Alamitos, greatest ease
Adm. C. W.
last six months Vice of
to the the radiation
attempt is made complete deadly an
with Hedron 14-2 at Camp out over New Jersey. Morriseywas I
Naval Material has later
Chief of ,
Fox, tech- attack by 0200 hours ao that atomic weapon. An Atomit
demonstrating Jump
Miramar then to Kobler Field, ;
,
announced. All yards and supply
M. I. In 1948 he reportedto niques to parachute riggers troops: may be in concealment before Energy Commission expert examined -
_'! have developed complete Saipan, ,
'depots NAS Lakehurst as phase off i who must pack and jump with daylight. Attacks are made the suit and said It WILl
of ,
programs for recovery scrap until chute before graduating from by succeeding waves 11an at- the first he had seen with "pos L
the government more than cer. He remained there a <<: "
saving$3,000,000 annually. coming to Fasron 109 in 1950. PR School at Lakehurst, N. J. tempt at a breakthrough. sibilities.







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KNOW YOUR Senate OKs Pay

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,. DEFENSELEADERS Hike With Combat


(By Armed Forces Press Service:)'
(By Armed Forces Press Service) Bonus ClauseWashington
The 27,000-ton Essex class carriers
(This is the first in a series of
i Articles dealing with the nation's USS Intrepid and USS Tic (A"'PS-The Senate .
top Defense leaders.) onderoga are en route to Atlan i has passed its version of the
tic Coast ports where they will: Armed Forces Pay Bill with two
Possessor of unblemished
an undergo extensive modernization important changes. It. tacked on .
record of service in aviation and conversion to permit use oi
that would give officers
amendment -
banking; business and government ii: fast jet aircraft. an
enlisted under fire
Robert A. Lovelt Secretary and men
of Defense served in the in Korea $45 extra a month. The
Department of Defense for almost tbSkt : j \ The Eisenhower Trophy has amendment is retroactive to June

a year as Deputy Secretory been awarded to two outstanding 1950.
before he succeeded General of National Guard units in Mary The raise averaging approximately .
the Army George G. Marshalllast land and South Carolina on the five percent would go Into -
September.A basis of t Chosen dur effect April 1, 1952 instead o
native of Huntsville. Tex., ing 1931. were: Hq. and the first of the month following
Secretary Lovett attended Yale Hq. Co. 115th Inf. Reg., Baltimore final passage. The bill now goes
University, Harvard Law School I| Md., and Service Btry., to a Joint I conference of both
and Harvard Graduate School of 178th Field Artillery Bn., of Ab chambers.
Business Administration.. beville S. C. The final vote on the pay bill
ch' \ \ I .
i came dramatically after an onslaught

Showing an interest in aviation An examination program is of economy amendments .

he joined the Aerial Coast Patrolin _>T>R .MlnuiI'!.... ':' > now being carried out at Lack designed to cut incentive
1916 and received his Navy AVIATION GROUND SCHOOL GRADUATES-Capt. LesterK. land AFB San Antonio Texas, pay for filers and submarinersand
wings in 1917 as an ensign in the'' Rice NATTCenter commanding officer presents a diploma to to provide newer and larger facilities certain oversea per diem
U. S. Naval Reserve Force. He Ensign Robert L. Brown one of the student officers who graduated for the USAF Officer Can- allowance These amendments,
went to France that ;year and won from the Aviation Ground Officers School last week. Comdr. didate School. New candidatesare were voted down.
his wings as a French military Pleas. E. Greenlee Jr., (center) training officer of the school expected to more than double *
aviator and established a U. S. assists in the ceremony. ; the present OCS-OTS student Introduced by Sen. Blair Moo
Naval Air Service Tradition Fixing j body by 1953. dy (D.-Mich.), the combat pay
School. For participating in First ClassSchool amendment gives officers and enlisted -

bombing missions against enemy I Vice Adm. Charles Turner men attached to units no
Joy,
submarine bases and other .
installations USN Commander Naval Forces 1 a r g e r than regiments on the
he was awarded the Navy i Far East will replace Vice Adm. front line for six days out of the
Cross. Aviation '
Ground
i Officer i I Harry B. Hill this summer as Superintendent month'$45 additional monthly pay.
of the U. S. Naval Naval officers and men aboard
Secretary Lovett. entered the I Academy. Admiral Hill has ships that are subjected to hostile
Investment business in 1921, but reached the fire also would be eligible.
statutory retirement
bis travels abroad kept him in Pilots and submariners however
Graduates Class -
age ..
close contact with
developments
in European aviation. I are not eligible since they .
now receive flight and hazardous
.. .. A course in the articles of the
-. -., Aviation Ground Officers School at the Naval Air Technical Geneva Convention of 1949 has duty pay.Former.
Framing Center graduated its first class of officer students last Fri been added to the training sched' .
V ir' cia day: at a simple ceremony. ule of the 5th Inf. Div., Indian. members of the Armed

Capt. Lester K. Rice commanding town Gap, Pa. It is designed to Forces would receive the .bonuses
officer of NATTCenter, delivered familiarize personnel with the and the next of kin of anyone
a short congratulatory 'Flying Padre' basic rules of warfare and prisoner tilled in action would get the pay
message in which he commendedthe of war rights. due them. Men hospitalized for
plank-owner class memberson Has 8 wounds or injuries received in
their progress and wished Sundays combat would get the bonus for
them well in their future billetsas Gen. J. Lawton Collins Army three months while in the hospi-
In His Month i Chief of Staff, has been named
ground officers in naval avia I tal.The
tion. I honorary president of the 25th Senate bill provides a three
(By Armed Forces Press Ser ,Ice) Infantry Division Association and percent increase in base pay and

The class made up all junior Capt. (Chaplain( ) Timothy .1. presented with a scroll in recognition I the following adjusted allow.
Larkin holds er\ice EIGHT of his "outstanding qualities .
officers, completed an eight- ances:
? week course which included In- I Sundays In every month. I of military" leadership and 1. Subsistence allowance for
a troduction to Naval Air Organization The "1'1)Ing I'adreha..n't the command. I officers-$34.:
Naval Administration in biggest parish In the world but it J 2. Subsistence for enlisted personnel

lMi'I Fleet Air Units, Naval Air Operations I may be the longe&t. It stretches Maj. Gen. Robert N. Young, authorized to mew off
'
Robert A. LovettIn Familiarization wth Aviation I nearly 1,500 miles from mid-Pa Commanding General of the 2nd the post-$2.75' a day,
Ground Officer Billets. and clf'John..ton/ Island to the coral : Infantry Division in Korea, will 3. Rental allowances for officers .
1940 he joined the government Classification and Assignment. I'i atolls of Kwajalein and over to ,I succeed Maj. Gen. John H. without dependents no

service as Special Assistantto I Knlwetok and Majuro In the i\IRr.i Church as. Commanding General' In'rt'aoplth one or two del .
the Secretary of War. A ;year I "Selective classification by the shall Island group. Iof the Infantry Center School at l | >iHlents, $10 a month Increase.
later he became: Assistant Secre Navy will locate you in a job I To hold services In chapels 1,500' Ft. Benning, Ga., sometime in with three or more dependents,
tary of War for Air, serving i in where :you're best fitted," Captain miles apart he needs eight Sundays -I June. $20 a month increase.<<
this capacity throughout WWII. Rice commented in his speech. I every month. lie gets them J 4. (Quarters allowance for enlisted .
For this work he was awardedthe "Your first importance will be to too thanks to the fact that four Win Navy Award < 1 men not furnished housIng .
Safety
Distinguished Service Medal. ,I| the fleet; and how well you do i times a month he hop) over the i i -$51 a month In all grade
From July 1947 to January 'there will depend on how well International date line. The SecNav Award for Achieve for men without dependents
1949 he was Under Secretary of the school did in teaching you." Capt. Larkin commutes weekly ment in Safety during 1950 recently (This' also applies to men In
State for Secretary Marshall.On He went on to say, "The rest is by MATS aircraft from one end was awarded to the Bureau of pay grades 1. 2. and 3 with/ one
September 17, 1951 Mr. up to you as specialists in this of his ocean-divided parish to the Supplies and Accounts and the dependent)
Lovett was sworn in as Secretaryof field. Good luck to you all." j other lie arranges hit flying Bureau of Ships at Pentagon ceremonies *

Defense. Captain Rice assisted by schedule t>o that he gains four additional For enlisted/ personnel in the
I Sundays each month at lowest grades with two '
Comdr. Pleas E Greenlee Jr., dependents
the cost of hating no Mondayswhatever. or those in the
i c Training officer of the School, top grades
<-115 I awarded diplomas to the 49 offi .. with one or two dependents-
I) cers. This school is the newest of I $80 per month. Enlisted per
its kind in the Navy. I Who Oat? 'tilr ux at I sonnel with more than two dependents
in all grades- -$100
First Sgt. William Nestor, of per month.

I New York City, was conductinga I The House bill provided a 10)
= Sorry Pardner bed check one night In Korea."Who's I r percent across-the-board increasefor
-a o I in there?" he commanded. Yj both and
pay allowances.whe-n
Shootin' IronsCan't To each query came a sleepy I' I l li it went to the Senate.

snV I reply. Then he moved to the next I Some compromise is expected

Be MailedBy tent."Who's. to be reached in the joint confer
: .sleeping in (hi* tent?" ence. The
j 1 adjusted bill must then
"( Armed Forces Press' Sen'Ice) "Esther William" and George I pass through both the House and
OLA70 '( "Put down those six shooters Washington, came the answer. the Senate again for a final vote.
I'I Sgt. Nestor's anger mounted as Observers
that
pardner, faint lawful. predict the com-
he entered the tent to catch the
| Enlisted personnel who tote pIstols bat pay amendment will be retained
Listed below are the traffic without authorization are wise guy. I in the final .bill.
j He WM greeted by Pvt. Aster
court awarded at this '
penalties giving headaches to military and u CK r t
station for the period of March post office personnel. | Williams, of Kentucky and Ci>l. Committee MembersTo
George Washington Kellly, New "Be out I'm
right
27 to April 3: on my second
Multiple Offenses: R. E. Gab- I that Officials"do-gooders"recently are announced mailing ;i York.-(AFPS), rinse now!" Report }\- 'et Bill

bert SN-Faulty equipment; no to In Korea for
pistols men use Within Two Weeks
driver's license Referred to : ,
as Mdearms. Also servicemen
Squadron CO. who unfamiliar with i Wa..hlngtonFJ' '
are postal S'Membel't )
F. W. ADAN Failed to
Colley, -
) the
have relatives House Veterans
regulations requested Committee -
stop for Stop sign; faulty equipment
to mail pistols to them. indicate that it will' be at least
5 loss of
days driving priv
two
ilege. I For those who are uncertain I .. weeks before a completed version
Speeding: S/Sgt. W. J. Johnson about the mailing of firearms, the of the K-Vet Bill is finally
; 10 days loss of driving priv postal regulation states: "Pistols reported out of Committee.

ilege. E. T. McLain, HN; 10 days revolvers and other firearms Committee member anti
loss of driving privilege. I. Harris capable of being concealed on the t 0 8 their staffs are meeting almo t
Civ., 10 days restriction of person are non-mailable and shall dally with officials of such organizations
cab from station.Miscellaneous not be deposited in or carried by st w i as the Veteran Ad'
Offenses: Pfc. D. the mails." I ,, s3si ministration the Office of Ed
C Anderson-Reckless driving- I i ucation and the General Accounting

Referred to CO. The largest Aviation Medical Office to write a bill
Pfc. W. J. O'Shea-Owner of Examiner class since WWII was that offer the best, solution to
car driven by Anderson-15 days graduated recently from the AF all major problems The abuse
loss of driving privilege. School of Aviation Medicine Randolph of the WWII version of a tJml-
A. R. Hephner AA-Reckless I AFB Tex. The class included lar bill have forced< the committee

driving-Referred to CO.J. British and Egyptian medical officers =' to proceed with extreme
T. Koskey, SA-Owner of N caution.
( a Belgian and. 76 USAF
Nit driven by Hephner-Restriction medical officers. Congressional l observers and
of car until repaired.J. ongressmen: are strongly in favor

Sharpe Civ. Improper privilege.L. ;..- "" T ,- ....... ....., >f such a bill and predict that
parking" -Referred to DepartmentHead. J. Shearer ANInvolvedin one will be passed this session.
accident-l0 days loss of driving FRATERNAL FURIES-The Navy's latest carrier-based jet I I But the Veterans Committee
V. L. Miles Pfc. Improper privilege. fighter, North American's swept-wlng FJ-2 Fury (right), flies wants to make sure that it writes :
parking-Referred to CO. H. L. Thompson. BM2-Involved formation with its predecessor the FJ-1. The newest Fury is in 18 i bill covering all and 111
J. L. TD3 Insurance in 10 ]loss of the 650 class carries four 20-mm loopholes
Murray accident- days mph cannon, and has a service : able, to withstand
'" expired 5 days loss of driving driving: privilege. I ceiling in excess of 45,000 feet. hat: might be raised.'age any. objections






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NATTC Donates I_ .. -' '.' 171 Win PO ,'


$3,333 During I 'k5' ,_ Ratings AtNATTCenter,


! Red Cross Drive


,I The Naval Air Technical *
I Training Center Red Cross : ,',, One hundred and seventyoneof
1 \ the men who took the advancement -
drive came to a close this tests for petty officer

week with a total contribi; rating at the Naval Air Tech-
" tion of $3333.29 to the Cei nical Training Center, will be
ter's credit. > { 'R .;yp.1r4 rated April 16, it was announcedthis

Chaplain Robert E. Elliot, j\44y4\ :;! .week.Lt. Max. J. Hanke, Informationand
Chairman of the NATICenterdrivE' ;i Education officer at the Center
turned over the final check revealed that 30 various rates
to Charles V. Gross, assistant Red ranging from third class to first
Cross Field Director, after the class were represented, with a
final tabulations had been mad, predominating percentage in the

Chief Herbert Zupnick, Chaii : aviation rates being elevated.
l man for the ANP) School, was Y All of the tests were in fleet I'i
assisted by Bryan L. Barnett, X competition and were given last
ALC, as the ANP( ) School representative January. The advancements for )
in obtaining a total of CPO were administered in January
$2437.9a from this department also, but the advancement
alone. Since the first week i in notices will not be available un-
March, when the drive began, '5'J til June. -
the ANP( ) students alone have Of the 395 men who took the s. I
contributed $2000 to this total tests at the Center, 171 men were
"We were particularly delighted t successful, with 31 out of 56 men a
to note that contributions from in the AE group passing. Twen ,
the two lowest pay-grades averaged n ty-three of the 31 men trying for
sixty cents per man," said of- I AO rate were advanced, while
Chaplain Elliott. 'This, I think, FIRST CHARITY CARNIVAL TICKETS SOLD-Sale tickets for the 1952 Chrysler Windsor 10 out of 11 ,were successful in
reflects favorably on both sedan and the Chris-Craft motor boat, two of the main prizes to be given away at the Navy Char- the AE3 bracket.
the interestedness very of the AN(]P) ity Carnival May 16-17 was officially opened last week. Capt. Howard V. Hopkins, Fleet Air Jax The general service rates had a
students and the industry of the; Chief of Staff (second from left) and Capt. Douglas T. Day, NAS commanding officer (second considerably lower average, with
committee members," he addec from right) look on as Capt. Lester K. Rice, commanding officer of NATTCenter makes his initial the PN2 hopefuls leading with an ,
I purchase of tickets from SSgtWallace II. Howden. 30 per cent mark.Auditions.
.

1 Air Group Four Employees' Group HeartilyEndorses Charity Carnival For ,


'. Back Home From Charity CarnivalThe Prize Tickets Carnival Acts


Training TourCarrier Board of Directors of the Now On Sale HereFor 16 w
1 Employees Association for Civil employees, as in the past, render Set April
assistance for
Air Group 4 has rt- Service Employees at a recent this every worthwhile possible and do everything the small sum of 50 cents
j turned 1o Cecil Field after tsev- meeting resolved to do its utmost within cause their power to you may become the proud possessor Military or civilian personnelwith
I eral weeks of refresher training to support the Navy Carnivalfor make the 1952 Navy Carnival for of a beautiful 1952 Chrysler talent who desire to per. ';
1 aboard the aircraft carrier USS! Charity. overwhelming suc Windsor automobile. form at the Navy Charity Car-
I Coral Sea.Originally. In the discussion entertained Charity. an Tickets for this car which is nival May 16-17 have been issued -
I the giant carrier, one concerning the Navy Carnival cess.Thermos' only one pf the many items being an invitation to appear for r
of the Navy's largest flattops, wa for Charity it was pointed out given away at the third annual auditions to be held April 16 l
scheduled to anchor in the May; that the reduction in the number, '' Boots Reduce Navy Charity Carnival to be held at Mainside Lounge at 1300. ,#

! port area to discharge enlistsmen < of charitable drives formerly con Foot Wounds In Korea.. here May 16-17 went on sale last Anyone possessing entertaining i
employees was will be '
kind
of the air group but rough ducted among week. talent of any
this and air : made possible by the success of: heard at next Wednesday'saudition
v; weather prevented Washington AFPS) 'Ther Four separate drawings will beheld
taken I to.. the annual Carnival. according to the entertainment
were
personnel procured
mos" boots originally
group of the, this year with the automobile -
Norfolk, Va., to be put ashore I It was the opinion amount turned by the Marine Corps to protect as the grand prize. A complete committee officials. t .
Board that the dancers, comedians,
Pilots of the group flew off the< troops against freezing tempera- boating outfit consisting of Singers, !
charitable organizations: bands
over to singers, hill billy ,
: carrier at sea last :Friday and arrived con tures have produced an unexpected i 12-foot Chri -Cratt boat, 5 hp. group t
last was
this novel acts-any-
in
area year and, singers, I
the benefit.
Field
Cecil earn
at motor and Peterson
Scott-Atwater
siderably more than was collected has been praisedby thing in the way of entertain \
day. individual; The footgear trailer is going for 25 cents per
during the various the First Marine Division in ment, will be welcome at the
Composed of Fighter Squad drives held in the past. ticket. auditions.
.
43 44 62, and Attack Korea as a preventive against *
ron's Carnival enter
Board therefore resolved to This year's
Squadron 45, Carrier Air Group The the Carnival this year to shock of explosives and possibly from Household appliance valued at tainment program will be held t,
support against metal fragments
4 commanded by Comdr. Law U.400 are on a third ticket. Items in
is scale than previous
the best of Its ability in providing land mines. Many personnel on a larger
.... rence Geis. such time and talents as may wearing the boots have been nclude an 8- cubic foot deepfreeze years. Entertainers will \
I ,
be at their disposal. The Board saved from possibly permanent 13-cubic foot refrigerator be needed to perform during \ '
further urges that all civilian electric range and 17-inch console the evening of May 16 and the i
Foot injuries.Marine
is elevisiou set complete with radio afternoon and evening of May
Headquarters
, Easter Egg 14th AssessmentDue low testing Corps the boots to improve and hese: phonograph.prizes tare 25 Tickets cents each.for 17. '
heir shock resistant qualities.
[ Last but not least are two pedi- Two Ships Uecommissioned "

I Hunt Slated Mutual Death All Purpose ShipNew greed jffered cocker at 25 spaniel cents pups per ducat.being mothballs Bremerton since, Wash.1946, (the AFPS-In aircraft \ \

York (AFPS-A) combination These pups were donated to the arrier USS Ticonderoga and

J Sunday Benefit SocietyThe ice breaker, light cargo Navy Carnival.. heavy cruiser USS Quincy have
vessel and radio communications I been recommissioned for service I
! will Mutual Death ship has been turned over to thelavy's' Representatives have been appointed at t the Puget Sound Naval Ship-
The Easter Bunny
Employees'
Military Sea Transportation in the various departments rard. Shakedown trials will be
I make his annual appearanceat Benefit Society announced the Service here. The former of NAS, NATTC fleet units conducted before the ships join \i
No 14
J the Naval Air Station collection of assessment Coast Guard cutter USNS Redbud and the Naval Hospital to han- he fleet. I f
this Sunday at 1500, Scat- this week. will be manned by a 28-man ile all tickets. In addition Comdr. (
This assessment was made nec- Merchant Marine crew and will Paul J. George, Operations officer but it will not be necessary to be
tering gaily-colored eggs essary by the death of one of the between U S. East Coast who is in charge of prizes present to win any of the items.
among the grass and shrubbery members, Edward H. Dennard, perate ports and bordering coastal harbors given away has tickets available Twenty five. thousand ticketsave I
near All Saints' Cha- Inspector (Electrician), of the in the Davis Straits between 'or all items. > been distributed with more
Overhaul and Repair Depart- and Greenland. The big night will be May IT, _t o _come. .\
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Canada
pel.All ment who died on April 1, 1952. -- --. -
Navy youngsters under In accordance with the Bylaws TO INCREASE MONTHLY INCOMESurvivors' '
13 years of age are invited to Mr. Dennard's beneficiary
participate in the hunt, and received $1242, an amount equalto
are requested to meet betweenthe : $1 per active member in the Benefit Act Up For Vote I "il\
chapels on the front lawn. Society at the time of his death.

I Plenty of eggs' will be hidden "
1 in the areas. Prizes wiill be The memorandum concerning
awarded to the child who finds the; death and the assessment, If approved by Congressthe I ceased's base pay and $360 an- child or dependents the annuities
the "golden" egg and to the issued on April 4 revealed that "Uniformed Services Sur I Ivivors' nually for each child up to the shall be recomputed upon any ;
children who find eggs with the: assessment must be paid between age of 18, with the latter not toex'eed one of them becoming ineligibleand
the letters E-A-S-T-E-R on April 7 and April 18. Benefit Act of 1952"will $900. It provides that a the moneys shall be redis-
them. ,Members of the Society are reminded soon raise the monthly retired person may elect a re- tributed among the remaining s1
Ice cream will be served following that individual noticesare income to survivors of serv- duced pension for himself, de- survivors.
the hunt. not made at time of assess at cost to civ- pending on his age and the age A request in writing will be
Lcdr. Robert E. Elliott, NAT ment and that it is the responsibility ice personnel no of his dependent and upon his necessary before active members '
'9 TC Chaplain and Sun day of each member to assure ilian taxpayers. death the survivor would receive without dependents will be excused '1\\
School Director, is in chargeof that he contacts his collector Cost of the plan will be borne 50 per cent of his retired pay. from the program and sub- A
the hunt and will be assisted within the prescribed time to by active members of the Navy, If a contributing active mem- mitted within 120 days after effective c.8
by the Sunday School teachers pay his assessment. Air Force, Marines, Army, Coast ber dies and has no beneficiary date of the bill in case .'
of All Saints' Chapel. Guard and Geodetic Survey and eligible for an annuity under of personnel now on active duty. ;
I in the of Service Serv- be to his .
The amount paid case the Public Health this act there will paid
Clean Mr. Dennard is the largest ever ice members without dependentsmay estate or such person or personsas Where a contributing" active I
Keep Barracks made by the* Society. Employeesare be dropped from the benefit he may have designated, $1,000or member is unable to make such
reminded that they may become program but will then have to 25 per centum of the deceased's request within the time specified
Thru Radio Hookup members of the.Society by wait two years before seeking reinstatement annual basic pay, at time of his through conditions of service, the .-
Wayne Pa (AFPS-There) WILt completing an application and Active members death, whichever is greater head of the department or agency -
a great deal of wonder among inspecting submitting it to the Board of Directors with dependents must participate concerned may designate the q'-
officers at Valley Forge for approval. Upon approval Annuities payable to or on be- period in which, the request shall
Military Academy "B" Com- of the Board, memberships An amount based upon percent- half of a child shall terminate upon be made. '
pany'i barracks were always obtained upon the payment of ages of each active member's his attaining the age of 18 No annuity payable under this
clean, even on surprise inspec he initial fee plus the amount of base pay will be deducted each becoming married or dy- act shall be assignable, either in {?
tions.The. he last assessment levied, whichn month, with the range running rears ing, except where the child is or law or equity, or be subject to fi
mystery was cleared recently most cases amounts to 320. from one dollar for aviation cadets was incapable of self support up- execution, levy or attachment,
when an ingenious two-way in The Society has representativesn to $1,75 for pay grade E-l on attaining 18 years of age because garnishment, or other legal proc
ter-room radio system was dis each department who can supply to a maximum of $5.25 for O-8, of mental or physical de-
covered. The boys at one end the necessary application highest officer pay grade. fects. This defective condition ess.More detailed information concerning
would warn others whenever an orms and any additional infor- must have existed at the time of the bill is contained in f
Inspection party appeared. Clean- mation which may be desired The proposed bill will give the service member's demise.In BuPers Release, number 23-52, ,
.1) lineas lUll ia apparent but the Death oncerning Benefit Employees'Society Mutual survivors 25 per cent of the de case there is more than one dated February 1952.
radio system la gone.
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VP-3, VA-175. VF-14. Fasron 109, VF-171, VC-5 Fasron G Report r'L



Scouting, Jacksonville Area Squadrons IWAVEWAYS;


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VP-3 ney, AN; Eugene Woytek, A02;
Comdr. Louis E. DeCamp, commanding R. V. Dasher, AOC and Corbett To whom it may concern: Bu. '
officer of Patrol Squad H Galloway, ADC left for other Pers Circular Letter No. 44-52 is .ale'
ron Three, conducted a personnel climes. now aboard the station. All departments
inspection Saturday, April, with Definitely on the mend is Ted have not received a ,
satisfactory results report Schwenn, ADAN who has re- copy but if perseverance ever
Receiving good conduct medalsat turned from a brief stay at sick pays off, this is the time.
the inspection were Carrel E bay.That Annabelle Heagley of Aerol.
Harmon, ADC, second and third long legged bird who ogy, is leaving today for Norfolk
t awards, John A. Morgan, PR1, takes the blame all to often, where she will begin a new tour '
second and third awards, Peter dropped a baby girl on the homeof of duty. "A" here ,
Maliniak, ADC, third award James Roark, AD 1. The squad. i. from Aerology School at Lake.. .
Wallace E. Wolff, YN1, second ron wishes the parents well.]] I hurst in August of '49 and during .<"
award and first awards for Watkins Back once again is Lt. Ralph her tour at NAS advanced
P. Culbreth, AD2, CharlesW. Thomas after completing 10 from AGAN to AG2 which will 7
Scannel. AT2, and Frank Bar C + weeks of study at the Aviation become effective April 16. That 4} r
cellina, AD3. r Maintenance Officer's School at proves it can be done I '' :, ,
The arrival of a baby girl at the r! NATTC, Memphis, Tenn. New arrival from Memphis: "
home of Ens. Mike Hollack Fred Wiedenhammer, ATI Wanda Murdock, TDAN, was recently -
brought a round of congratula wound up his whirlwind court- assigned to Ground Train-
1 tions from squadron personnel.Six ship and married the woman of ing as a beginning for her NAS
men were welcomed to the his choice, the former Miss Joan dutv tour.NATTC. r

( folds of VP-3 last week, including Foster of Jacksonville.. graduates leaving for
John H. Mullikin. AT3, various "A" Schools are: Tobey
Lowell G. Fouts. ADAN, Billy P. VF-171 Eber and Virginia Lilly Air
Moncrieff, ADAN, Jimmv E. Sai- Welcome aboard went out last Controlman School; Ruth Savage '
zan, Jr., AA, John E. Mullinax week to William F, Burke, Parachute Rigger prospective
ADAA, and Alfred C. Mat, ADAN, William R. Kaiser, Jr., student; Doris Kleemeyer-Aer
ADAN. The squadron joins in Ben D. Viet, SA, Ernest M. Price, ology; Marjorie Bagwell-future
wishing them a happv cruise. ADAA, John E. Veres SA, Wil- photo-bug; June Leitzan, Kay
Rex E. Bowers. AE3, was discharged liam E. Langworthy, AD2, JamesF. Lines and Nancy Carpenter will
March 31 and promptly Leitzke, AMAA. attend Aviation Storekeeper
re-enlisted for six more years Ensign Bill Fowler left the School here at Jax.
the following. day. Must be that Rapid turnover-New students "
GOOD for squadron last week for several
CONDUCT-Recompense conductis
Navy chow at Jacksonville. possessing good for ANP) School are: Margaret
good weeks'
instruction at the officers'
experienced by Paul Risley, A02, one of 17 who were presentedwith
from Miami Linda Car-
A trio of Three's number was maintenance school in Memphis Roefken ;
,
Good Conduct Medals Lcdr. Felix Craddock
by executive
week : radine Fla. Shirley
transferred for duty last to Tennessee. Tampa, ;
officer of VF-14 at recent ceremonies. Over half a century of good
CNABT, NAS, Pensacola Includ- Congratulations go to Lcdr. Leek, Meadville, Pa., Charlotte
Warren L. ADC MarkM. behavior was represented by personnel who received the medals. Schone Englewood N. J. Ar-
ing Vally, Roy Sudduth, who announced the ,
Reuter, ADC/'and Samuel L. flying time apiece. vading forces in the recent Con- arrival of a young son early in lene Peterson, Milwaukee, Wis.,
P. Copeland, ADI. The squadron wishes to congratulate vex III exercises. the morning of April 3rd. and Anne Paine frpm Lebanon,
Industrious is the word for Cor- Pa. r
its newest "gold leafer", *
ADAN and Jim The ebb and flow of personnel The Waves start in the
key Lathrop, Lcdr. Jesse his playing '
Hopkins on recent VC-5
continues Fasron 109
as welcomed .
Byrne, AD3, as this duo spent the advancement in rank. City Softball League next week,
aboard Lt. Wilbur C. Trautman Comdr Forrest A. Pease has
entire week end adding an ; let's all out for the
up- Lt. (jg) "Doc" and Mrs. Moss- go pro-
Lt. Bob H. Carroll]]; John Wall, taken over as squadron executive
holstery dash to Byrne's "pre and support the teaml
gram
berg welcomed aboard a baby ALl Hal
war" convertible. ; Coleberg, ATI and officer, relieving Comdr. Fill-
boy on 27 March. Another proud John Fail, SN. Departing are more B. Gilkeson. The former'exec' reporting date to VC-5 of Comdr. 1.
pater is John Burke, AN, who Carl AD2
Swails, ; Bob Hath- will report to the Bureauof
Pease. Prior to that he was attached -
VA-175 also received a call from the cock, AD3; Stan Preston, AO3; Aeronautics for duty. Technical
VA-175 received a shot in the stork; the old bird again left a Bill Tucker, AD2; Arthur Mau- Christmas, a year ago, was the to the Training
of Aviation Person-
Section the
arm with the arrival of a batchof young son. Lt. Joe Vaughn returned I
enlisted men. Among the new- from a leave spent at his I Iy nel department with the Chief of r
comers are Jim Thomas, AMC; home at'Bartow, Fla. Naval Operations. After report- i
Bob Clark HM2 John Jovnt, .L. ing to VC-5 he held down the
; Recently receiving his permanent .
of
officer.
AM3 Bill Scott AOAN Dick position operations
; ; commission, Lt. (jg) Charlie
Before Comdr. Pease enteredthe
Keller Ken Swets ALAN Bob
; Moore has received orders to Cor-
Boegs AKAA: Frank Jones, AN, pus Christi, Texas where he will Navy in 1939, he passed fi
and Gene Taylor AA. through "elimination training" at
put novice pilots through their a
On the debit side of the ledger. paces. Jim Galton, ADI, has Squantam, Mass.. and was awarded -
Charlie Sansbury ATC received. his wings at Pensacola he had
been. transferred to Fasron 6 af- \
his orders directing him tff Com : ter being with VF-14 for almost < graduated from Brown Univer- ,
sity. During his senior year he
mander Naval Air Basic Training 2 years.
: at NAS, Pensacola. won the New England Inter-Col-
Dick Morris, PR2's talents are A leisurely leave spent in and A legiate 165 pound wrestling

to be utilized elsewhere in the around BOQ was terminated a 1r championship. .
future for he's received ordersto when Lt. (jg) "A. G." Wellons a f' Correspondence courses are receiving -
NATTC, Norman, Oklahoma reported back aboard. Lt. Bob .a good play in VC-5 now
for instructor duty. Brown got into the swim and y r .\ with 13 men having enrolled. ?
Ensign Ray Forster left for I took some deserved leave, possi- Gail Roquet, YN2, with two ;
Pensacola for duty with the training bly to splice the bond of matri- courses leads the group compos ,
command. mony. I ed of Earl G. Headrick, YNSN, {
No guns were in evidence in As a result of the competitive Merle E. Lebsack. YN2. Chuck x.
the skeet club the others evening examinations taken aboard the H. Campbell AN, Robert L.
when the officers had a blowout. USS Wasp, 23 men now with the Wills, AN, Odell Infinger. AM2,
Succulent were the steaks and "Tophatters" will be advancedin Robert Breckenbridge, ADI. Bur-
high were the praises for the rate. The men and their new ren F Smith AN, Jerry G. Kelly, rf
management for the affair. rates are Bill Bridges, AD3; Eugene AA, ;ILachary A. Manickas, AN,

Ensign Frank and Mrs. Cahill Coffee, AD3; Lawrence Col- .. .. Paul A. Stokes, AL2 Charles G.
had a baby daughter on March iler, AD2; Othell Entriken. ADI; -- -- Deal, AN, and Walter G. Pless, '
21 and although a trifle tardy, Harris Gary, A02; Henry Gibson, ELECTRONICS DUG Just about finished with repairing AN.
the squadron wishes them the I A02; Don Hall, AD3; Christie of the inner workings of this television set, which came uncrated .a
best of luck with the new exemp Henson, AD3; Dwight Hester, in a freight car all the way from San Diego to Jax, is James P, Receiving; welcome orders last '
tion. 'I AD 3; John Innarella, PR2; Minear, ATC, of VC5. In addition to repairing television sets week oromoting him to Lcdr. was 'I"",
Claude Johnson, AO3; Art Lackey during his spare time, he likes to operate his own ham radio set. the VC-5 Maintenance Officer,
VF-14 AM2; Earl LeGate, AD3; lie was recently elected vice president of the NAS Ham Radio Lt. :Jay B. Maze. .Kenneth E. *!,5'<;

Within a day of each other, Ensign George Mosier, AD2; John Mur- Club. Derrington, AMC, left the squadron .,..,,'1
"Budge" Hall and Lt. (jg) phy, AO3; Dave Paul, AD3; Monday for instructor's dutyat .
Al Hansen logged 1,000 hours of Henry Prager, AD3; Miles Pre- Not Puzzle To HimElectronicsMinded Norman. Okla., N A T T C. ,,;>i'\
vatt, AE3; Charlie Reite, AM2; Luther K. Wagoner, AEC, is now ;:-.
Joe Stachowiak AD3!' Don Trinket in Memphis, also on duty as instructor s .",
AD3; and Don Miller, AD!. Chief Of 24 "
Another old timer, Everette Soon due to receive his high .; '.'
Hatfield ADI has left for Nor- school diploma by virtue of sue- ,
man, Oklahoma to help set up Takes Modern Science In StrideCan cessfully completing U S A Fl. .
the new naval facility. work is George B. Watkins. AN.Watkins '', .
17 "Tophatters" received the you talk to a person on into the one he has t\:>day. failed to finish his sen- ;
good conduct medal at cere- the telephone who is thousandsof The young chief, elected vice ior 'year of school as a result of
monies recently. This joint cere- miles distant from you and president of the NAS Ham Club moving several times that year
mony represents over half a cen- not be on another phone your- recently, entered the Navy from but will shortly receive the cov-
tury of meritorious achievement. self? James P. Minear, of VC-5, Washington state, and after boot eted parchment, possibly through ,
could and did while stationed in camp in San Diego was sent to a local Jacksonville high school.
Fasron 109 North Africa last year. aviation electrician school herein A good conduct award arrived
Back from the enemy's camps Instead of using a telephone Jacksonville. Later he attended i in the personnel office last week

Homer D. Harris, ADC (AP) Chief Minear warmed up his electronics "A" school at Great for Myron R. Rushlow, PR1, and .. ..
who spent three weeks with ham radio set and called another Lakes, where, due to his high will be presented to him at the ,
ComSubRon 4 at the USNS at ham in the 'states', who in urn grades, he was promoted to ATI, next squadron inspection. .Ship- ,
Key West, Fla., as part of the in- connected him with the personhe and then transferred to aviation ping over for six last week was
wanted to call. The connectionwas electronics "B" school, in Corpus Patrick Kear. AT2, native of Las '
VF-14 INSIGNIA-It is believed done via phone and consisted Christi. Vegas, Nevada. .Latest c',
squadron '
that the top-hat insigniaof 198 Gain PromotionsTo only of a simple matter of hook- member to succumb to the I
VF-14 originated due to an ing the phone into the radio wir He' was selected to stay on as wiles of the distaff and embark Or'<'
unusual taste in clothing. According E-4-5-6 Grades ing.Although an instructor after' graduation at on the good ship "Matrimony" is '
to the story, one of this method is natu- Corpus Christi and also taught Charles W. Troup, ADAN, who '-1
Fighter Squadron 14's pilots, Investments in the poultry rally frowned upon by phone later in Memphis before being was married while on TAD order
used to get a big kick out of business are paying large divI- companies since it cuts down on assigned to VC-5 at Norfolk in to Point Magu, Calif. '' ._;
going ashore in foreign countries dends this season! their toll]], it is still legal, and November 1949. It was with VC5 Reporting aboard last week ;. ,
in full dress regalia, in Out of 198 Naval personnel at Chief Minear, who was a ham he made his tour in North were two people, Gerald M.
eluding silk shirt, .tails, black NAS who will be advanced in when he joined the Navy 7 years Africa. Hugg. AT3, and Joseph L. Her- !\'}'
trousers and the black silk top- rate April 16, 139 have bought ago at age 17, also repeated the Chief Minear, whose first proj- Icy, AT3, from duty with the
feed for their initial crow while procedure for other squadron ect was a basic "receiver and Chief of the Naval Air Training
per.Evidently the rest of the 32 others add another rail to sup- members wanting to call home. transmitter which I guess all kids Command at Corpus Christi.
out of it that the skipper decided Already well established in the Since he started his 'ham ca- justing the squadron TV set be- Fasron 6 'J.'. .
to use the topper for a poultry clan, twenty-seven prom- reer' as early as the seventh fore being interviewed. During With only a few men who took ;
squadron insignia. It has remained went members have accepted the grade he naturally has branchedof his spare time he has been repairing their examinations in other commands .
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so since then and the added responsibilities of the into other related fields, including another that was Shipped still waiting to learn if
"Tophatters" of VF-14, one of third chevron, in accordance with television. He built one uncrated in a freight car they are to be advanced fifty- "
,
the Navy's original squadrons, Personnel Officer's Memoran- set for himself in 1949 but later way from San Diego to Jackson two men of the squadron are '
intend to keep the motif. dum No. 24-52. tore it down and remodeled it ville. (Please Turn to Page 7, Col. 1)I .

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BL"TT pick making Scouting(up Continued tracks their Squadrons first for from small crow Page or stores C to) get to I Pilot Survival'PATCHES"Know-How PLAYS GIoGT's; Aim I r; 1 I -


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another chevron for the
one they
now have. Have you seen "Patches?" ...... .., .,
Men who were advanced He plays one of the leading $ ?

i through hard work, a lot of study roles here at NAS in the sur- .Q
and the Fleet wide competitive
I vival of Naval avia-
:" exams are listed with their new program Welcome aboard to Ens. Sam
. rates which will become effec- tion, aimed at protecting mil- uel Wilkinson, who recently reported
, tive April 16.. lions invested yearly in pilots on the Station and has 4
a Tom E. Simons, ADI; J. E. and aircraft. assumed the duties as assistant
( Camp an 'el lie i AF1; George '"Patches" isn't lost, but like resident officerinchargeofcon.struction. .
1 Clarke, ATI; Bill Fielder, YNlj: thousands of persons employed .
Albert Haas, AD2; Verlin Hen- by the Navy, he is seldom, if } Congratulations to Robert
son, AK2; John Harm AM2; Al aver, heard from. Always in the Goedert, Civil Engineer, of the j
vin Peterson, CS2; Pierre Watkins background, he and his fellow Design Section, whb recently be-
i DTG2; Earle Bailey,, workers have assumed one of the came the proud papa of a fifth
PNT2; Ted Nixon, PN2; John Navy's toughest assignments daughter. This is the sixth child ,
Thompson, AK1; Gereth M. Pen- teaching pilot survival. for the Goederts.
i i rose, AMI; John Lambert, AD2; "Patches" is attached to Fleet Virginia McLaughlin, Clerk
Herman Turk, AD2; Donald Kol- Air Jax and is assigned duty in Typist, recently transferred from
jeski, AK2; Gordon Pierce, AM2; the newly equipped survival the Time Section to the Work
Harry Christensen, AD2; and room at Ground Training Build- Measurement Section. Eleanor
Robert McBratney, AM2. ing 168 where he displays new Womeldurf Walker (formerly of
I Newcomers' to the ranks of PO'sare and old oxygen gear to pilots and Public Works Housing office) will
Gene Bullington, AD3; Harold aircrewmen of Jacksonville based take over Virginia's duties in
JI
Kine AD3 Dean Millerm
; squadrons.
the Time Section.
AD3; Gary Minshew, AD3; Otto ,ftw'! w'' ''i. '',>'. ,?.
Schimmel, AD3; Dom Sirignano, HE NEVER makes the news- 1'Y Kitty Lewis of NAB-6 Public
AD3; Don Whitaker, ADS; John papers for his job is overshadowed Comparing the Diluter Deman (mounted on "Patches") to Works returned to work recently
I Crowell AD3; Stan Grushkin\ by .the more colorful work of 'the regular oxygen regulator is Billy Collier, RD-2. Mounted on after a week's illness .
AF3; George Fedor AK3; Fred pilots, the new jet fighters they the display panel at Ground TrainingBuilding/ along with Mimi Fowler of Contract tellsus
Humphrey, AK3; Arnold Stev- fly and the engineers responsiblefor "Patches" are exposure suits, G-suit; and a winter alpacalinedhood. she had a nice trip to Atlanta
ens, AK3; Melvin Robinson, AK3; their design. Still his job is .- Ga. over the weekend visit
Bill Cady, AM3; Bob Dow, AM3; just as important.So ing with friends.
Bob Fahey, AM3; Virgil Hough, that the pilot will be given JAMES W, MORROW, ADC, wide range of survival films. Jennifer Vance Cerni, formerly
AM3;; Jerry Johnston, AM3; Hon- every chance of surviving under Chief-in-charge of all survival Although the room is practic- of Public Works, and hubby
I nie Rosen, AM3; Paul Hartman, any emergency condition, con- equipment at Ground Training, ally complete with all types of Eddie visited the department
A03; Alfred King, AT3; Robert stant steps are being taken by his states that trained personnel are survival gear, plans are under- Monday. The Cernis and their
Hann, GM3; Claud Gatlin, PN3; I fellowmen to design better survi- on hand to aid squadron survival way to expand the present setup. young .son Paul have decided to
Richard Miale, PR3; Richard val equipment. Some may oper- officers in training their pilots 'All units are encouraged to utilize make Jacksonville their home .
Mealey, AK3; George Baranski, ate crash boats, ejection seat and crew members in survival this new facility to the max- again. '\

". PIS; Gerald Grogan, AD3; George trainers, but any way you lookat techniques. imum extent possible to furtherthe .
' Morris, ,AD3; Walt Perin, AD3; it, pilot survival work adds up Co-workers with "Patches" in training of their unit mem- On :tting a letter from herdaughter ,
,4 his
instruction duties
Richard Jensen, AK3; Bob Pruitt, to big business. daily are bers. I student her
a nurse,
Collier RD2 and Robert C.
AM3; and Howard Lembke; DK3. The new facility in Building Billy The facility will normally be mother was badly upset. "I don't ;
John H, Cleare, SD2.who is 168 is kind be Stearns, AN, who set up the sur- \ "
assigned the first of its to open Monday through h Friday understand it, she moaned. "We ;
vival in accordance with
to BOQ has shipped over established here NAS and "is room stuffeddummy I
t at 0730 .to 1600. "Patches, a send our daughter a good allow-
for six and so has Ed Axman, filled with display boards mounted the Navy's aviation survival pro- who displays G-suits and ance and yet she writes home ;... .,
TE1 of ComFairJax who operatesthe with all types of survival gear gram.those It was established whose to pro- oxygen masks, will be on hand to she has had to do a lot of panhandling -
teletype in the Squadron from safety pins to four-man life vide squadrons sup- greet all visitors. I this week." j
Communications office. rafts, appropriately distributed ply restricts their breaking) open. II
Donald Angst, AN, squadronmail about the room with tags or labels survival kits for instruction purposes
clerk, has returned from a for identification and use. with an appropriately F- S
brief star in the hospital and is equipped training facility. 1 r
,! still sorting unclaimed mail that Among the numerous pieces of s a
accumulated during his absence. airborne droppable survival gear
l, The squadron softball team has ry saf. i displayed are exposure suits; G-

... racked up 35 runs to their oppo- suits, Solar Still (for making
nents 6 in the two practice fresh water), flare bombs, knives,
e... games they have played to date. whistles, smoke bombs, and oxy-
, In their first pactice session the gen" masks displayed by "Patches. "I

Fasronites stopped VF-171, 15.4, I
and downed Fasron 109, 20-2. Three of the latest type rafts
are displayed, each having from
< 12 to 28 pieces of survival equip-
DIVISIONAL ment depending on the size of
the raft. The one man pararaft
CONTEST AIDS like the Mark 4 pneumatic raftis
equipped with a radar reflector I '
The AR-4 is the only one
RC FUND DRIVEBy droppable in current use and F c
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carries a sail in lieu of a radar .,(1
contributing an average reflector.
of $2 per man to the Red Cross ) .
drive men of the Operations A LARGER RAFT, the Mark .'
department of Fasron Six won 12 is currently in productionand
! for their division a day's special is designed to provide sur-
, ,. liberty and substantially vival facilities for R6D transport u
, aided in the total contribution passengers.Individual. :
'1 .w of $342.20 made by the Squadron kits include those
'! to the drive. carried on yo.ur person and those
l Doubling the assigned quotaof ii dropped by planes such as the \
$1 man the Operation droppable Signaling Kit and
per This raft known the AR-4 is valuable ;\
two-man as a piece 1
:; crew contributed a total of -....-............. Sustenance Kit. In addition to of equipment to pilots.Iannln/:, the rudder is Billy Collier, RD2 l '
4 survival movie
$50.05 for a 200 cent con- the display, a projector -
per
tribution. The Administration Like the one-man pararaft, with sound equipment and while Robert C. Stearns, AN, samples the fresh water from the tl'l f\I
1 department finished second in the Mark 4, is equipped with a screen has been set up with a drinking water kit. The AR-4 is a droppable boat and is equipped ..
the drive with 176 per cent con- radar reflector. Here it is dis- with approximately 15 pieces of survival gear.
tribution for 30 men, while the played by James Morrow, ADC, The 24-hour clock system, longin
Supply Department came ins chief in charge of all survival effect in the Navy, was adopted PLASTICS ARE aircraft glazing.. *
third with 168 per cent for the equipment at Ground Training/:: by the Army in July 1942. It is Printed of .\
copies a pam-
Building 168. The Mark 4 will patterned on the English systemof
38 men in the division. /: PILOT'S EYES the subject \
, ... seat four men comfortably, but" beginning the day at midnightand distributed phlet on to same the audience were of
will five in numbering the hours aroundthe
carry an emergency.
Federal Employees Group clock. MECHSLEARN civilian and Naval personnel. i I
Included in the pamphletwere
To Gather April 11 The expressed adage, "Whata \ proper procedures and
I
pilot sees depends not upon methods to follow to assure
.
Regular monthly meeting of Faetu Offers CoursesIn his eyes alone' became proof- maximum service from acrylic
Local 1116 National Federation Many
positive to over 200 aircraft plastic On military aircraft
, of Federal Employees, will be
maintenance here
personnel material
. held at 2000 Monday April 14 at the acrylic plastic .
,
recently upon witnessing a used for enclosures
f Electrical FieldAnswers transparent
the Seminole Hotel.
" full color film entitled "Eyes of is known as plexiglas.
' Comdr. Charles L. Garrettson, I I Flight," sponsored and completed I >
{ NAS Industrial Relations officer to countless aviation and P-l (G-2 compass). Com by the Rohm and Haas Com-
> will be the guest speaker. He will electrical and electronic pass courses include the P-3, pany of Philadelphia, Pa. Chief Owens Leaves
discuss the present leave system maintenance problems are sup P-2 (Gyro Fluxgate) and G-2. Based on the care and main- 4
credit unions and other topics of plied by FAETU Detachment 2 tenance of Acrylic Plastic in VF-14 for Fasron

interest to all NAS employees.A in courses designed to meet the Capacitance fuel quantity systems aircraft, the 16-mm film was
cordial invitation has been fleet's growing need for men namely : Simmonds, shown primarily to mechanics Six AssignmentA
extended to all interested person capable of installing and main- Minneapolis-Honeywell Avien attached to base shops and line
nel to attend .this meeting. taining complex circuits and and General Electric. Other personnel who are responsiblefor young looking old-timer with t
J equipment of today's aircraft. electrical include the glazed areas, such as can- 26 years of Navy service, Carl E.
Whenever possible, individual courses opies, in aircraft. "Red" Owens, AOC, leading chiefof
Today's Active Fleet training is conducted on Briston Auto-Cowl Flasher Flap System P2V- VF-14, has been transferredto
Navigational ,
specific types of equipment and Fabrication and maintenance Fasron Six.
Numbers Ships anda
1,100 Electrical Power Systems
systems sans the basic funda- in aircraft procedures used on acrylic air- Owens, popular with his ship
complete
.' Akron, Ohio (AFPSWithina ) mentals of electricity and elec- instrument test course equipment. craft glazing were discussedby mates, was presented with a gold
few months three battleships, tronics as the trainee should Raymond W. Kruse, Rohm watch in ceremony as a gestureof
. -, 12 aircraft carriers, six cruisers, have a general knowledge of Electronics courses include: and >Haas< representative, fol- appreciation from the "Top- '
'y more than 25 submarines and 100 the subject for which he is to Electronic Counter Measures, lowing the film which was hatters" personnel.
, destroyer-type vessels will have be c trained. An/ARC-27 (MaintenanceRadar ) made in cooperation with the Chief Owens has had a varietyof
p been added to the Navy's fleet (operational), APX-6 Departments of the Navy and duty stations, including the old
since the beginning of the Korean Specialized maintenance (maintenance), IFF (operation. Air Force. USS Mississippi; the granddaddyof
conflict. training in the following al), and Loran (operational). During his open discussion modern carriers; the USS
Assistant Navy Secretary JohnF. courses are offered personnelof Personnel desiring to take Kruse explained that back- Langley; the "Bombing Five"
,.. Floberg made this prediction the aviation electrical and one or a combination of the ground for the new film was aboard the USS Yorktown
>- and said the Navy now has about electronics rate by Detachment above courses should have their gained by technical represen- "Bombing Eight" on the USS
,
1,100 ships in its active fleet, including 2 in Building 913. training officer call extension tatives of the Rohm and Haas Hornet; the USS Roosevelt anda
400 combat vessels. Electrical courses include: 376, giving the number of men Company visiting continental good many shoreside billets.
The battleships joining the AVQ-2 and L-ll searchlights, and enrollment date desired. Naval Air Stations during 1951 When he reports to Fasron Six
USS Missouri in the active fleet voltage regulators, and the All courses may' be taken regardless and making a survey of clean- some time this week he will
are the Wisconsin, New Jersey following automatic pilots: of other electrical or ing, maintenance and fabrica- probably assume duties in the
.:sand Iowa. P-l (P-3 compass), S-3/J-1, G-l electronic schools attended. tion methods used on acrylic ordnance shack.






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Truman Requests, Blue Cross Blue Shield ,



Solons Simplify Open For MembershipBlue J



Service Voting Cross-Blue Shield groups
visits while confinedin
here at NAS will be opened for I for doctors
Washington (AFPS). Preslden membership between April 9 and a hospital. A single contract

Truman has called upon Congres May 9, it was reported this week. i for this coverage costs to $1.10.per a family
month as compared
New members be added to
to use its constitutional powers tallow may contract for $2.70 per month.
the only on the Anniver-
groups
servicemen to exercise thei sary date of the groups which in Blue Shield can only be obtained -

right to vote where the state this case will be June 15. Appli- with Blue Cross.A .
Cross-Blue
fail to do so. cations submitted during the Shield package contract Blue can be obtained ,
drive will not become effective
In special to Con individual for $2.40
a message until June 15. for an per
:. press the President pointed out Reason for the drive being conducted month while a family contract
that in-24 oC the states service in advance is to permitthe may be obtained for $6.20 per
men will be unable to vote effectively month.
required 30 days for process-
and in 1952. Of literature concern-
easily Shield Descriptive
Blue Cross-Blue
ing by the
these, 17 do not allow sufficien ing the benefits available under .a. ,
organizations. ..
time between transmittal of the Application forms may be ob- these plans may be obtained if ..
absentee ballot and the time when tained from representatives within desired. Persons interested in ob

t the ballot must be returned. the departments or from the taining membership in the Blue

The message also was direr'ted ___ :...i Y.wwa..:a r. w5 2Lr ?iv.....n tckxr'a0rc.. ...uw.Y..wa..... _... "0"_ ...Fk...s, ,..C. Employee Services office, Build- Cross-Blue Shield Plans should
towards the! states. It recommended HELP SET NAVY RECORD-One of the last crews of Patrol ing 907. assure that their applications are '
that the state** improve Squadrin 5 which set an All-Navy record of 1551.9 hours flight submitted prior to the close of

their absentee ballot systems time for one month, line up in front of their plane upon their Blue Cross is the hospitalization business May 9th to their depart-the .

DO' a.* to afford serleeinn arrival from San Juan, Puerto Rico. Front row, left to right, are: part of the twin plans and ment representative Office or to Build-
every possible" means of exercising Ensign Robert Belter and Lt. (jg) Walter Ziarnik. Back row, provides coverage for most hos- Employee Services ,

their voting rights. left to right, are: Clyde Monroe, AE3: Raymond Kuzia, ADI; pital needs during a period of ing 907 _
George Powers, ADC; Joseph Moone, ADC; Phillip Clark, AD3; hospital confinement, A single
Citing the fact that less than William Vickers, AD2, and Francis Carr, AT%. contract for Blue Cross may be
.80 percent of the nine million eligible obtained for $1.30 per month I
voters' in the Armed Forces while a family contract costs $3.50

voted in 1944, the President observed VP.5 5 Shatters Navy Flight per month. A person desiring
that Service voting this hospitalization coverage may pur-
'j :year is likely to fall short of that chase just the Blue Cross part

; percentage 'unless vigorous ac the plans. Ofj
*

Lion In is October taken 1931 the President Record With 1551.9 HoursShattering Blue surgical Shield medical which representsthe coverage

requested the American Folitl- provides for payment of fees to''
cal Science Association: to make all known Navy rec- participating physicians for surgery -
a special study of noting in the ords for monthly flight time and materially to the success of the and in cases of non-surgery'
Armed Forces, revlc\sIng the I Ir surpassing the Atlantic Fleet squadron. .
r history of federal and state laws record it set last year, Patrol .. .

l and procedures on the subjects"to Squadron Five flew a total of Average lengths of the missions Work StartedOn
be sure that we have a completely 1551.9 hours for the month of were 12 hours but one crew
b effective program for March. raked up a hop of 16 hours of
voting In the Armed Services." flight time over the Atlantic.
l... This new record for a nine- Ice PackWeather
plane patrol squadron is approx- With the conclusion of Con-

The Association recommendeda imately 300 hours in excess of the vex III, VP-5 returned to its "JET" CAR Bearing a
Servicemen's Bill 'of Voting previous all Navy record of 1306.9 home base in Jacksonville and Post strong resemblance to a de-

Rights which the President believes hours, held by Pacific Coast immediately began the transferof winged jet plane, this car is
!- "is so sound and right that Squadron VP-931. planes. The latest version of one of the exhibits at the International
I it deserves the support of Con- the P2V Neptune antisubmarineplane Anchorage, Alaska (AFPS- Motor Sports Show

gress and the country." With an average availabilityof the P2V-5 made its initial The recent landing of a C-47 on held recently in New York

"We believe," the Bill of Voting 93.6% for the month. VP-5 entrance into JP-5 when one a floating Island of ice approxi- City. Seated in the car is Rich-
Rights begins, "that all service- bettered another record by the crew flew to Quonset Point, R. I., mately 60 miles from the North ard Harp, of Boonsboro, Md.,
men of voting age whether in the West Coast squadron by almost to exchange a P2V-3 for the new- Pole completed the first phase of whi built it. It took him two

r United States or overseas should 20%. est Lockheed patrol plane a small expedition to establish a' years and cost $%,500. The un-
have the right to vote without The new mark set by the local To further complicate matters, semi-permanent four-man obser usual car, which weighs 1,800
registering in person; without squadron is the highest ever re the squadron was given a surprise vation station on the island. It pounds is powered by a 75-hp
paying a poll tax and without corded. administrative inspectionby will be part of the 2107th Air aircraft engine, and is capable "

meeting unreasonable residence, The setting for the two records Fleet Air Wing 11, the squad- Weather Group. of speeds up to 120 miles an
and educational ron's immediate superior. hour. "
literacy require- found its beginning when Patrol
ments. Squadron Five was sent to San Despite traveling from New- The station will provide con-
Juan Puerto Rico, to participatein foundland and Nova Scotia to tinuous observation and report The expedition is being carriedout
Lt. Col. O. Fletcher
"They also s h o u kl have the Convex III, an antisubmarineNaval San Juan to take part in two ing from an area which vitally by Joseph has
He
right to use the federal post card operation held in the At- major Naval operations with only affects weather throughout the studied of Shawnee conditions, Okla. for
application for a ballot; to receive lantic and Caribbean areas dur- two weeks separating the maneu- Northern Hemisphere. Obser- arctic sev-this
eral and is
ballots for primary and general ing March.; vers, the squadron maintained a vations made on alternate days years utilizing I
and to set
elections in time to vote; to be Utilizing San Juan, the capitol high efficiency record, as the new by weather reconnaissance knowledge the station.experience
new
protected in the tree exercise of I of Puerto Rico, as its base of ope- records show, flights formerly provided the up I
their voting rights; to receive es- rations, the squadron was on the VP-5 is commanded by Comdr only weather data available in '
s e n 11 a 1 information concerning wing i continuously. Operating James C. Houghton who took this region. Triple Threat Transport ,
candidates, issues, methods by around the clock and flying night over as commanding officer late The floating island is irregularin The Navy and AF have ordered

which the right to vote may be and day, all hands contributed in January of this year. shape with a diameter of ap- a new "triple-threat" transport
exercised and the duty of citizensin proximately seven miles. A cliff plane for use as a combinationcargo

uniform to defend our demo- about 50 feet high characterizesone passenger, or casualty car .;
cratic institution by using, rather VC-62 Personnel Planes side while the opposite side is tier Designated as Navy R70-1
than ignoring, their voting only ten feet above sea level.It and AF C-121C, the versatile craft j ,
rights." has a relatively flat surface will have payload, speed, power, .

In Training Film and is many times thicker than and range characteristics which I '
Appear the surrounding ''pack ice. It are expected to yield new economyand
Marines Have Openings moves slowly with the Arctic efficiency. '

For College Graduates Hollywood is not the only Ocean current. ,
J I .
Robert M. Martinsen PH3, Robert Planes
; The Marine states it has place where motion pictures are Lacquer-Coated
Corps
.' I R. Balgas, PH3, and Ned M. According to MaJ. Gen. WilLiam -..
openings for 1,000 college grad. made. This was evident last week Walker, DC3. D. Old, Commanding Gen- Washington (AFPS) White

uates who want to become junior I when a camera crew from Naval with eral of the Alaskan Air Com solar-resistant lacquer on cabin
officers. Selected applicants will All personnel connected roof exteriors will be addedto
Center Philadel- man ., the project has been soon
Photographic ,
be given 10 weeks of intensive phia Pa. completed two training the production of the two films planned for more than two Military Air Transport Serv-
,
training at Quantico, Va. Marine films at Cecil Field. were from Naval PhotographicCenter years and is primarily designedto ice airplanes flying in the tropics. -.

.reason Supporting stars for the two Philadelphia, Pa., with overcome the initial difficul- At present, only air evacuation

openings.. films, based on. the FH-2P, Photo the exception of the three sup- ties of forecasting adverse and aircraft are lacquer-coated-pri-
I s uncertain weather. marily for patient comfort. Although
Banshee, were John Eager, porting stars from VC-62.
>; ;, Oyster Birth Rate Drops AF3 Ramon Ulhbarri AF3, and the varies amount of heat resistance -
the tem-
average
Valfrid Palmer. All three
Ensign g
Washington (AFPS--The birth perature reduction is eight de
VC-62.
attached to ,
rate of oysters has dropped, mean- are grees.

ing that there will be fewer of I
the succulent bivalves three years One of the films, called Reconnaissance

from now when the present baby Photography with BREEZESStalemate
oysters are large enough to eat. the F2II-2P, consisted entirely of, NIP
I It sequences showing the Banshee : Husband who keeps .

The neighbors were coming I photo jet in flight and was made _telling the same jokes.

f home from the funeral. "I'm sor- I from a P2V-3W with ,I
ry for Mamie," said one. "It's Ensign Palmer flew the photo "How'd that fight you had
tough to be left a widow with jet while thefilming was conducted c. xea:5r : your wife turn out?" \
three children." I by the photographic crew r pk "Aw, she came crawling to men

"It is," replied the other. "But from the rear lower hatch of the ) her hands and "knees.
what could she expect? She knew Neptune. "Really? What did she say?";
f'
he was a pedestrian when she Proper procedures to follow In "Come out from under that" bed, ...
;. married him." installing special photographic ; you coward!I" ,

equipment in the elongated nose
of the photo jet comprised the St. Peter (to "applicant): "Whereare

second film titled, Installation you from?
and Service. *Applicant. : "Erom southern Cal.forma"

.
St. Peter: "Come on in but I
,
.. the two
Production director for "
think
don't it.
you'1lUke
films was Revel B. Nelson while
Lcdr Michael S. Alexatos actedas
Technical Adviser. Nelson was A husband had been making

connected with Metro-Goldwyn- the rounds New Year's Eve. Returning
Mayer prior to his current Job' k<< T home full of holiday spir- .

with the Navy's Training Film ACTION, CAMERA-Production scenes like the one shown its, he stood in a corner, arms
Division. above were frequent at Cecil Field last week when a camera crew outstretched, and said over andover

tr Others assisting in the production from the Naval Photographic Center, Philadelphia, Pa., reportedto "I'm a Christmas tree, I'm
of the two films were Richard make two. training films on VC-62's photo Banshees. Production a L Christmas tree, but I haven't
Remember too. iti always wheNof I C. Stetler, Film editor, also director Revel Nelson (center with script in hand) directsone my ornaments. .

to over-exercise II with the Training Film Divisionand of the films titled "Installation and Service," while other members Just then his wife came in .and ...

Edward A. Stolartx, EMC, of the camera crew assist lung one on him.r ''' ;" '

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Navy Tests Breezing AroundO I ,

Winter Garb & R I < } ; i

INSPECTION GROUP I

54 Below The Inspection Group suffered {[ 4 A i'
At "4 C' dmL'
a great loss in the recent pass o''L
ing of Edward H. Dennard, Jr.,, s
UN who had been in Government sere
last ice for twenty-six years.
t'
over one Dennard first came to the In
mies- spection Group in October 1950,, jS iZ71 a
might but had been in the O&R Depart
It not for ment here for the past eleven
designed years. We extend our sympathy .
S. Naval ; with deep regret.Congratulations. .... j
lyn,. N. are in order to :I '.'
the following enlisted men in the '..' d : ,a f' ..
who will be advanced
Inspection Group ..
tion at R.. to ADI effective April i \ '
writer 18;' Robert L. Eleazer, Harold T. If"{: '.<. .
were Frank L. Reed. :' ,
:I Meehan and WI
.' test Six Two of our enlisted men !
er gear checked out this week .and with ,.-
.' Dressed at them go' our wishes for the best tti
pic- of luck. E. J. Rotzinger, AEM1,
gloves ) ; is not only changing from military J
tered a ; to civilian life, but also plansto
be a married man soon after 1
the his arrival in North Babylon, New 1r
44 to 54 York. Harold T. Meehan, AD2, r
,.
/r received his orders for duty in .-I
Tex' I Honolulu, and left April 4. -
pro j e c I Heartiest I congratulations ,
tance of to Chief and Mrs. John J. Borje, j
factor in I who hate' a new arrival at their
the I home. The baby has been named
val "at Donald Chief Borje is
Joseph.
and
possible 1 assigned to the Supply Inspection ,

dressed Also I Division. .
InK : I -

2. created layers : a I I Letter Outlines heard LOOKY of -Elizabeth You've Root probably on

boot, Red Skelton's radio show. But
Ensign EligibilityFor you've got to agree that see-
..and" is ing her is a darn sight better.
and Medical Corps
-
off by from '
the Washington! (AFPS) Navy
From over BuPers Circular Letter 35-52 out-
ing the lines eligibility requirements for 7'
emerged annual appointments to ensign in
articles the administration and supply I
combat I section of the Medical Service SALTY HUMOR FROM

hot}or(' I Corps.Eligible under the program are I I HERE AND. THERE

." Ing \' of personnel of the regular Navy
,_ ing \\'\ whose status in the Hospital City Child: "What are those ,
'. Bug-ura of Corps Is commissioned warrant things on the cow's head?"

:. and \T"y I' at officer, warrant officer, chief hospital Farmer: "Horns."
it of the I dai- corpsman, chief dental technician Cow: "Moo-oo-oo."
'" foots(, ] hour hospital corpsman first Child: "Which one is he blow-
.r I the class and dental technician first ing now?" .
In i is class. Requirements that would *
the of store whicli; 'i
make them eligible are: The window a
ick E. :T"R. went bankrupt after only a fet
1. Be over :21 and under 32
I weeks of business carried the foi
at time of appointment.) .
a new 2. Have completed a written lowing sign."Opened "
mistake. !
J at sea examination satisfactorily. by
.
weather AK3,
3. Have served I as petty officer
was first class! or higher, for a Little Jimmy's father foune'
In period of one year prior to the him in the barn shaking his pEt :
and the examination. rabbit and saying, "Five and five
the 4. Have successfully completed How much are five and five?"
I Award. two years of college or I'SA- The surprised father finally
Cold : FI Educational QualificationTest interrupted the proceedings: .
I gy at only 2CX.Eligible "What's the meaning of all this.
.fiY "
f;". make study applicants who desire Jimmy?
all of "Oh said Jimmy. "Teachertold
I of foul appointments must submit a request ,
.." veloped in in writing to their commanding us that rabbits multiply fast"
:. posed to there officer to be considered. but this fellow can't even add.
\ six \
"I ditions, .
and are I offi I She: "You say you love me, but -
'. by the ( ) of Destroyer Division 171 would you be willing to die for
"
es' me?
I all of Returns[ From East He: "Well, er no You see,
I tak I Destroyer Division 171 has arrived mine is what they. call an undying -
II from in San Diego, Calif., after I love."
I ompleting its first tour of com.I .
Ij I : I bat duty with UN Naval Forcesn I The Pastor announced one Sunday -
,. I two the Far East.: The division includes that the collections were not
j the USS Halsey, Powell, adequate."We .
( ) I en Porterfield, Gregory and Mar.hall. I have tried," he said, "to
L I raise the money in the usual man- ....
J JI{ ner We have made an honest
I
\ effort. Now we are going to holda
: bazaar."
II I .
I A dumb girl ira dope. A dopeis
I a drug. Doctors give drugs to
relieve pain. Therefore, a dumb
$ girl. is just what the doctor ordered -

.

'. f,.> Children are natural mimics.'
They will act just like their par-
ents in spite of every effort to

I this This : teach them good* manners.*

school, ; Scandal: A breeze that's stirred
v to into a cyclone by a couple of old
:
time
;i' I windbags. .

i) j W. H. Groverman. Girl's Father: "Do you think
2t you can support my daughter on
:I-, SESQUIPEDALIANISM WELCOMES SPRING. _., u< forty dollars a week?"
Friend "I'm willing tory
:
Spring is here, but do you that imaginary plane which, il w? Boy
projected from space, would split ; sIr-it that's the best you
I know how it arrived? "
world in two at the earth's can: do.
Honest, we're not being face- the S .
tious. Chances are you don't have equator). A young girl landed In a hospital

any idea how the spring season That arrived would for be persons the moment northof ................................................. _...n after a car accident and was
is determined. spring visited by a girl friend.
You're not alone. It' takes an the equator. At the same mo- COMPLETE MALARIOLOGY COURSE-Pushing near the "It's odd," the friend said, "that
Astronomer to figure it out. It's ment, autumn begins for every- two-week automobile crashes are so much
100 figure of reserve officers who have passed a refresher -
of the equator.We
a complex job which 'involves: one south also thank astronomersfor course in the laboratories of the Malaria and ]Mosquito more frequent than train acci
Computing the .exact time can These have Control Unit since the course' was started In 1948- are the three dents."
boys
. I s when the sun, in its annual apparent leap year.extra day in every officers above, conferring with Lcdr. Kenneth Knight (right), Patient: "That's probably because
fixed thrown an
motion among certain the assistant officer in charge if the unit. Left to right are: Lcdr. Ross the engineer doesn't try to
, I I'. stars, crosses the celestial four :years to business square of away celestial Hrubaktr, Norfolk entomologist; Lcdr. Robert Jermstand of I kiss the fireman when he's rounding .
I from its south to its complicated ...
''north.equator(The celestial equator is timing.-(AFPS). Flint, Mich., and Comdr. Glenn Dreyer, also of Flint. a bend.

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S. Central Mitt .

Action Begins Monday ..

Finals TonightAt ,


Green CoveBoxing For NAS Sofihallers : '

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Kickoff for the 1952 NAS '
teams from the 6th, ,
will be
and other regulations explained :-
8th, 10th and 15th Naval districts intramural softball league is at tomorrow's meeting. '\

converged on Green Cove Springs slated for :Monday afternoon Entries for the two leagues are '41( ,. ..

Wednesday night to decide the .. )7i1 a with no less than 23 teams American: Comfair JaxJ VP-5 "
ten-man team that will representthe ,mow '4 6. ..4L scheduled to vie for laurels in VJ-2, VF-171, VF-174, HAW-1,
South Central in the
Group VF-173, Fasron Six, FAETU.
All-Navy eliminations to be held NAS Iron Man .Trophy cqm Lant, VA-175 VP-861 and Fas.

in San Diego April 21. petition.A ron 109. In the National: Photo

Winners of the All-Navy fistic final meeting of team repre- Lab, First Lieutenants, Hospital, ,
competitions will vie for Olympic ic sentatives will be held tomorrowat Commissary NARTU, Communications -

June.berths at Kansas City in mid P 1000 in Building 930 at which O&R, O&G, Operations, .\a

time rules will be discussed' and Dispensary and Supply.
Scrappy Jacky Cunningham, I schedules distributed. Scheduled games for the first
lone 132-pound contender from two days of shows:
Play will be divided on six play .
Mon 14 ,
the Jax Navy squad, will fight April
fields with an additional pair Sarato C'omFalrJax vs. VJ-2.
with the Parris Island crew that available for make-up encounters. Yorktown-VP-S vs. VF-171. !1'"
grabbed off eight of the ten The list includes Albemarle-VF174 VI. HAW-1. ) .-
Enterprise Wright-VF-173 v* Fasron Six. .
berths in the 6th Naval Dis- .
open. (Varsity field), Mustin (Waves Ranger: -FAETLLant vs. VA-175. ;' ..';
trict championships. diamond) and the intramural Hospital-VP-861 VI. Fasron 109.
Wednesday night the first twenty Tnmdiy April IS ..1, .
fields and _
Saratoga. (Saratoga Saratoga: Photo Lab vs. First Ms. .
bouts eliminated twenty of the Mustin), Yorktown (Yorktownand vs. Commissary '
forty men and tonight the finals Mustin), Albemarle (Albe- Albemarle-NARTU. vs. Communications. t

will pit the winners, two in each --. marle and Mustin), Wright Ranger-OAR vs O&G. cl' ''";
weight division, together to de- (Southeast Mason Field) Ranger lIos1ltal-operaUoni vs Dispensary 'P:;}.,
cide the final ten-man team that BOXING AWARDS-Lettered jackets and trophies went to (South Mason Field), and the '. I "1" will travel to California. members of the Jax Naxy boxing team for their creditable show Hospital diamond.
Free bus transportation for ing in the ring during the past season. The team captured the Starting times will be 1530 and Trackmen "
any military personnel who wishto Jacksonville Golden Gloves team title. Front row, left to right, play is slated Monday through Top
watch the fights tonight will are: Jacky Cunningham, Bill Powers (trainer), Ted Miller; second Friday. Individual score books
,\ be provided by Special Services. row. Monte Slade, Moe Weinstein, Ed Mulvey; third row, will be kept by each team and JJC 118-15

The firs\ bus leaves the Mainside Tommy Johnston, John Bernardi, Paul Taylor; fourth row, Lionel turned into Special Services on ;
gym and the second from Broxton, Bill Scott (coach) and Tiny Noblett, trainer. the day' following a game These
NATTC Ship's Service at 1830.
EventsA
f Uniform is optional and civilian Sweep
I clothes may be worn if desired. Skeet Team Takes
surprisingly powerful Jax !
Jax Azelea ShootThe Navy track team cleaned house Jon
I Air Wing Eleven Jacksonville Junior College .

Jax Navy skeet team cap- last Friday in a dual meet at ,

tured the five-man team eventin Sports I Lackawanna Park, 'capturing a
Cops All-Station the Azalea Shoot last Sunday first in every event to beat the !

in Jacksonville with heavy winds Dolphins, 118-15.
making the tricky shots the or- Dean Brittenham varsatila
Bowling CrownAfter der of the day.Savannah Navy athlete, formerly of Nebraska

I Georgia Gun Club swept first place honorsin
rallying to capture the had tied the Fliers at the end of both the javelin throw and the
NAS intramural bowling league the regular competition but in 120-yard high hurdles, then wenton
title, Fleet Air Wing Eleven the ensuing shoot-off the locals to garner third in both the ,
bowlers added the all-station blasted,the tragets to the tune of shot-put and discus to lead indi.
championship their laurels by 121x125 while the Georgians post Fliers Snap Losing Skein vidual scoring with 12 points. He
;
disposing of Airmen Prep School, ed only 114x125. has since been transferred and .. .
will not be able to compete in
NATTC loop winner in a "bowl-
,
Gene Varner led his team with ,
future meets. -
off"In last first week.night's action FAW-11 99x100 to annex runner-up honors Down Gene Fields, Fliers distance
I. in the shoot. Ch. Gunner Raiford Prison 6-4 to win j
jumped off to an early lead Karns of NATTC chalked up a runner, romped an easy
in the mile on a muddy track
trouncing the ANP) men by 167
96x100 to win the high handicap'
with time of 4:45. Later he
a :
repeated
pins, 2594-2427. Danny Senecal, honors. I Bulletin: A big third inning in which they tallied five times gave his win in the 2-mile
run
FAW-11, grabbed both the the Jacksonville Beach Sea Birds of the Florida State League a 10-5 ,
with time of 11:07.5.
a :
high game and high three game Jax here .
triumph_ over Navy Tuesday evening.Halting NATTC!
The track iI still under
series with a 234 and a 584 re- Jax Pislolmen Annex a five-game losing skein -
spectively. Stan Warman of ANP with a 6-4 win over Raiford Prison a double to deep left. construction and makes practicea '

( ) hit high for the school witha Ocala Shoot HonorsA last Sunday the Jax Navy Fliers A home run by shortstop Hathaway They difficult work thing out twice for the a week locals.at
228 high and a 575 series.
game
prepped for their week-end in the fourth gave Raiford Lee High and jog daily on the
Warman eventually stole the trio of Jax Navy pistolmen series with the St. Augustine
high pin honors of 1649 for a traveled to Ocala last week for a Saints opening tomorrow.The three runs after Carrigus had base.
The team, minus its star Brit
183.2 average. match the Ocala doubled and Urqhard walked.
sponsored by Fliers
host the Saints at tenham, travels to Miami next ,
Pistol Club and came away with Mason Field Friday at 1600 and Navy picked up a run in the Saturday to test the of '
The NATTC keglers turned the strength
tables in the second session by classes.top awards in their respective Saturday journey to the ancient ninth as McCaffrey walked, ad- the Miami Hurricanes in another

taking the total in fall 2647 to city for a 1430 encounter. They vanced on Neely's free pass and dual meet, with Howard Pember'
Jesse Blanton won the Grand entertain Fitzgerald, Ga. April 14. ton moving into the 120 high hur.
2603. Stan Warman sparkled for
scored on a single by Coughlin.A .
Aggregate trophy in the Marksman The win Raiford followed
over
dIes in
an attempt to fill Dean's
the with 578 series
Prep men a ,
class, Ben Preston copped consecutive losses to Presby- triple by Hathaway in the shoes.
four lower than the high
series points of the night posted by the Grand Aggregate trophy in terian College, 14-8 and 2-0 to eighth was wasted as Peterson The summaries:

teammate John Dicks. Ken Walters the Sharpshooter bracket and Stetson University, 13-5, and to claimed Rankel as his ninth One mile-1. Eugene Fields (N); 3. .
John Lucas took the Grand Aggregate Florida University "B", 3-2 and Donald Vandenberg (N); 3. Robert
of the Air Wingers dropped in the 15-8. The season's record strikeout victim with two men Brown (N). 4:43.440yard : .
215 pins for high' individual game trophy Expert now dash-1. Jim Twllley (N)" .
class. reads 3-6. out. 2 Donald Funk (N); 3. Jllm Trlippet
of the
night.
FAW-11 took the rubber con- There were no team matches Ken Patterson set the Raiford Drop Two To Gator Bees ([100-yard dash-1. Kenneth tSewart

test going away, 2508-2406, to win fired as only 38 shooters attendedthe nine down with seven hits, strike A two game series with the RHchert([N): 2. Jack Stone (N); Wallace

the base title. Ken Walters again event, including military, ing out nine and walking only Florida University "B" squad 120-yard(JJC high) hurdlea-l.:10.8. Dean BrIU
came through for the Wingers civilian and police personnel. two, while his mates were jump tenham (N) : Joe Hawkins .(N): Richard
I with a high series of 578. The to- ing on starter Bob Moe for nine netted the locals a pair of defeatsas Lobert (JJC). :13.8.
tal pin .difference in the nine safeties and five free passes. they bowed 3-2 at home and 220-yard dash-1. Kenneth Stewart'N '
I Florida lightweight Snooks ( ) : 2. Wallace Reichert (JJC, and
games was a healthy 225 pins, 102 Howard was roundly booed by Score Early 15-8 at Gainesville. Harry White (N). ( eJn) 233.:
of them falling for the Air Wing. the crowd for his six round win After scoring two in the sec- The collegians garnered all 2.Two Donald mile Vandenbere run-7. (N);field 3. Harold(N)'

ers in the final. .tilt. over Jimmy Jordan at Sarasota.To ond, the locals picked up three their runs in the first game in the liaugan (JJC). 11:0775
clear the air and avoid a potential more in the third as Jim Coughlin 20-yard high hurdll'l-l. Dean Brit- .
t fourth inning they combined enham: 2. Richard Lorbert (JJC 3-
... In regular intramural play the riot, the fight promoter singled to drive in Tom Nee- as James iVhlte (N). ::28. "
NAS champs had a record of 55- had the two men box again on two singles and a pair of Flier One-mile relay-1. Naval Air Station.
13. In the race to the wire the the same card. Howard scored ly and scored on an error in right boots with a free pass off starter (Funk 2. Hawkins J Twllley and Trip-
Air Wingers finally nosed out his second win of the eveningand field. Frank Hethcox moved Gene Clifford to gain the win. ville pet l );Junior Naval College.Air Station 3:40.: ; 3. Jackson.Pole

II i both VP-3 and Marine Air Detachment the fans went home happy. around on Stefanich's second hit, Rally Falls,, hort Vault-1. Paul Johnson (N): :3.
Donald White JJC .
by one point. ( ); 3. David lUmp.on
Danny Senecal led the champs Navy scored once in the fourth ,l (N) and Don Pemberton (N) (tie),
and again in the eighth, but could
I in averages with a healthy 173 High l lump--1. White (N) X !
for the regular season and team I, not punch across the tying run in David Hampton (N 8'reJ.); Howard Cro-
the ninth, leaving runners stranded shell (JJC). S'4V.
mate Joe Crevar rolled a blazing first and third. Broad Jump-1. David Hampton (nnr
265 for high individual single on 2.; William Schroeder (N); 3. Don
Clifford held the visitors to six Funk (N). 196". :\
( game for both the team and the
Discus throw-1. ,Douglas Wright ,
NAS teague. Dan Senecal holds singles while walking three and (
NShot-
the highest three game series in fanning two while Jerry Damm Perkins Doulas Wright (N); 2.
53 scattered eight Flier hits and Gary (JJC); 3 Dean rlttl'J1.oham
!
the league with a 532 bowled ear- :yf ; (NI. 122'3".
ly in the season. claimed four strikeout victims. Javelin throw-1. Dean Brittenham

Individual scores for the all 1 Lou Pesce's four-master in the Groshell(N): 2 Jim(JJS Spears). 155'.(N); 3. Howard
Station championships: first with bases jammed sent the
if AW.uG Floridians to an easy 15-8 win at
.
Pin. As.Crevar ''MOOSE'Makes
9 13'tU 176 6 Gainesville as the offerings of
Voorhles 9 1587 176.3 starter Phil Righter: and reliefer
Senecal 9 1579 175.4 Clifford posed no problem for the
Walters 9 1564 173.5
++ Dehr 9 1387 154.1 booming college bats.
ANI'( ) The winners. garnered 13 hits
\ 1,9 1619 183.2
Carlson 9 1529: \ 1648 off the combined Navy pitching,
HauRslad 3 50214'U 167.1 Righter allowing another home
r Picks Dudrey 9 8 1304! : 163 165.7 run when Jim Gardner openedthe

t Class 2 312 lr>6 third with his poke,
Howell 5 680 136 ,
.
In 1949, his first full 'season at
'Howard Hill, who is known as first base, Gil Hodges( led the National
lIi the artist of the arrows has a league in fielding with a
,! unique philosophy: there a no fun 995 mark (which also tied the
In hunting unless you stand a -- -- --- all-time Brooklyn high) and was

t chance of being killed. Hill says BOWLING CHAMPS-Always powerhouse in ten pin competition top man in'put-outs, total chances
.,'. that when a hunter is armed with Fleet Air Wing Eleven annexed the NAS intramuraltitle and double plays. Last season he

a gun, it's unfair competition."The then proceeded. to capture the all-station championship by again led the National League's Gam} .4).
hunter is in no danger at whipping NATTCenter's ANP) School. Team members are, left first basemen with .991 and seta

all unless he's after an elephant to right: Joe Crevar, Ed Dehr, Comdr. Frank Voorhies, Ken Wal- new league record by participating ya feel like John Wayne,,
or a rhino." ters and Danny Senecal. in 159 double plays.. doesn't it?"

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WarmingThe PLENTY OF. SPACE EQUIPMENT'J'


BenchBy Grab Your Racket:. There Are 23 lJ


Tennis Courts Here For Your Use ,
( Armed Forces Press Service) I:,

Baseball's back! The majo
league season opens in one week. Anyone for tennis? Grab your :
', Service commitments and salary racket and trot out to'one of the ready for use.

disputes have been the big 23 courts at NAS Jacksonville The courts at the WAVE Barracks 'I
and, NATTC. are in excellent shape with
but who's ,
news so far supposed
;, to win? Here's the way our crystal Special Services offices at NAS net already up and more to I'I'one
t'. ball sthe final standings: and NATTC are well stocked come as soon as possible. Volley .
National ww with tennis equipment. In a check ball takes up a fourth court .
League made here recently ,over three which will be put into use if i,
1. New York-Maglie, Jensen dozen rackets had been checkedout needed. I
Hearn and Lanier make up the by personnel from the Main- c,

leagues's top pitching staff. Wil- side gear locker alone. Athletic The Officers' courts behind Of- :
II
liams can fill Stankey's shoes.Mays' gear such as rackets'nay also,be fleer's Apartments are now in '
loss to the Service may checked out from the various division the process of being strung with
mean Thompson's return to the athletic rooms.A nets and being cleaned for the I

.1 outfield. ONE OF l\IANY-Tennls enthusiasts above are going about dozen new nets have been coming season. I

2. Brooklyn Newcombe'sArmy their game on one of the 23 tennis courts scattered throughoutthe ordered for Mainside courts and Now in good playing conditionare i
duty hurts the Bums. Roe most of these courts are in good the two cement courts behind
Naval Air Station. Most of the courts have been put Into
is getting older and these two shape. Several are about to un- the Senior BOQ with good nets
good playing condition, while work is being done on several
kept Brooklyn in the 51 race tow but theseare
dergo resurfacing even and with the lines
newly repainted. -
the end. Not the of others. Good equipment is also available. This is another one of
even condition for
power
in good enough .
the recreational facilities available to personnel of all commands -
Campanella, Hodges, Robinson many those who like to'get their sun
at NAS.Williams. There is a constant crowd at
and make for .
Snyder
can up S and exercise'too.
the cement courts next to the
: :: Newk. ------ .

;:'W 3. St. Louis=Stanky's version Mainside boasts by far the Mainside Recreation building.
These sport new nets and are
s'; of a new gashouse gang will be Coleman To most courts, having two cement the most popular in the area.
I powered by Musial, Lowery. courts located across from the
," Westlake and Hemus. But only Recreation Building, six of as- Six cement courts comprisethe
Staley and Chambers count in phalt at the Traffic light at Mus tennis set-up at NATTCenter
I; pitching. The others are old and Don Marine Air Garb tin and Yorktown, three at the three of which are now in oper-
Buffering sore arms. WAVES barracks four behind ation. Another three, now riggedfor
basketball will have
4. Boston- Fireball sensation the Officer's apartments, and two soon
their nets for the tennis
Gene Conley can replace ERA Baseball's spotlight shone behind the BOQ. NATTC has six strung
leader Chet Nichols, off to the tion of X-rays Captain Early cement courts on Allegheny.Two season.
but brightly here last week as the I stated is Special Services provides balls
Service who can keep hitters I "There no significant of these six Mustin Road ,
like future f two American limitation," an expendable item that would
Cooper Gordon, Jethroe per- 0 Thus the final bar- courts will soon be resurfaced,
.. petually young? Spahn and Bick League diamond stars restedin rier was hurdled by the Red Sox two are in the and two cost a player many dollars if he
ford add to an effective pitching the findings of a Jackson- star who the day before the ex- are strung with process new nets and went into the game seriously and
staff. amination had said, "If they want had to buy his own. As bays are
5. Philadelphia New deals ville Naval Air Station medi- me, I'll go." worn out new ones are provided, .

1 '>. have helped strengthen middle cal board. maintaining a supply of good

,positions and pitching of Roberts After a routine pre-Snduction COLEMAN\ ; 27 years old has AirmenSchoolStudents ones all the time. f
.
Fix, Church is strong. But the .,
physical headed by Capt. JuliusC. perhaps a brighter future in the
Phils' need batting strength to Early, senior NAS medical officer diamond game for he'll still be at There is little difference in
move up. the Marine Air Corps ex- the peak of his career upon com- Cop courts of asphalt and cement.
6. Pittsburgh Rickey still tended a welcome hand to re- pletion of service with the Ma- Balls rebound slightly faster on
building a team of youngsters for serve captain Ted Williams, Bos- rines and is sure to see duty with cement than on asphalt and make ,
the future. Outfield of Kiner ton Red Sox slugger, and Gerry the Yankees in 1954. City TourneyNATTCenter I for a slightly faster game but -

Bell and rookie Merson add Coleman, New York infielder World War II claimed 39 otherwise are the same.
power threat to Bucs. who will report May 2 for a two- months of Coleman's playing ANP) Students Clay and grass courts, the two \

7. Cincinnati -Pitchers Black- year tour of active duty. days, following his entry m 1943. added the sixteenth annual City slowest types are not suitablefor
well Raffensberger Wehmeierand this base which has
importance Both held rank of Captains in Basketball Tournament to their so many
The incident was,of prime I
rookie Niles Jordan all The
are players
every day upkeep
and I the Williams flight instructor list of championships as
to officials managers war, as a cage
that keep the Reds out of the would make it
to restrict -
necessary :,
cellar. No hitters: of the Red Sox and Yankees as logging 1,400 flying they downed a quartet of all- all but the best of '
1952 hours and dive stars from the Naval Air Station, players
the Coleman
they prepared to open as a
8. Phil Cavaretta
Chicago from them. -As it stands the most
middle of bomber action in the 34-33 in triple overtime last!
diamond campaign the pilot, seeing a
must first boost morale then serviceable and durable kind
with without Williams Philippine and Solomon Islands week. pos-
April, or
find a team. Pickings are slim- sible at hand for who
are
\ and while flying 680 hours 250 of it Known as the Golden Bears, anyone
Coleman
) between untested rookies and wants to take advantage of them.
in combat. the all-star aggregation playedon
'r"" aging veterans. Anyone may play and begin-
FOR TilE 33-year-old Williams even terms with the Studentsat
need not feel of the
: it was the almost certain endingof JOKING ABOUT the possibility the end of regulation play 28- ners In awe
Chances that
; American League a 10-year diamond career interrupted of attaining the rank of general 28, and after one overtime were professionals. are ,
with will be
1. New York- Unbeatable in 1943 for a 38-month before completing their still level at 30-30. Finishing the practice they too
pitching staff and steady hitters. hitch as a Leatherneck pilot. tours, Coleman and Williams had second extra period the two clubs experts before the season is over.

Morgan, McDougald Mantle There was considerable nothing but 30 days separatingthem drew at 33-33 but in the third Any number of players hang
question around for other
waiting to
came through as rookies, should men
"" from their report to active session the Students' Bill Lin-
be better in '52. New rookies concerning Williams' chancespf come along and play. Whv not
duty May 2.Williams coln sank free throw for the
passing the examination as he a check out a racket couple of
< Carey Wilson, Segrist and Weaver Willow a
to marker and that was the
still is unable to obtain full reports only ,
mo-
4 will add power, youth. i balls and spend a cheap energetic _
of his left elbow which he Grove Pa., for an eight-week re- game. ,
t!. 2. Cleveland- Runners-up in bility afternoon on one of these courts
fresher course before being transferred The Students had previouslywon .
., fractured in the 1950 All-Star .
51 with pitching they'll repeat to Cherry Point, N. C., for the station crown when
at Comiskey Park, Chicago
1- with better hitting.; Feller Wynn. game
duty while 'Coleman was orderedto they defeated HAW-1 in the best
:. when he crashed into the leftfield Varsity'Softballombine
: .. Garcia can't expect 62 wins, 50It' wall. a similar eight-week school at two-of-three tourney. Unseededin

.t complete games again. However after a close inspec- Los Alamitos, Calif., to be fur- the City tourney the Airmen .-
3. Chicago Speed, hustle, ther stationed at El Toro. Calif. went through the competitionwith Awaits
youth will pay off for 154 games. Coleman remarked, "I'm for- little trouble until the final

Rogovin, Pierce, Stobbs, Aloma tunate my home is in California, encounter.The .
t;! represent steady pitching four- Waves Enter at least I'm right where I wantto tournament was held at City Loop Plav
come. Minoso, Robinson and Fox be." He went on to say that Lackawanna Playground andover

., supply hitting. he would rejoin the Yankees on 60 teams were on hand for Navy varsity softballers
4. Boston Boudreau's hopes Town LoopCompetition their spring exhibition tour and initial contests. A large numberof played' two practice games last

'.. dimmed by Service calls for Williams continue to play with them until NAS teams were listed for week with City League members
and Kiely; Doerr's retirement the May deadline. play. while' getting into shape for the
"., : and Stephen's bad leg There was no pomp and circumstance At the completion of the finalsan City Softball League opener next
f'. Aging players will slow by sum to the examination as all star team was listed including Wednesday. They won both of 1Jax

.f. mer. Determined to have a winning the sports public had anticipatedfor Navy men Jim MeWhirter. them, 12-2 over Happy's Sports
5. Philadelphia One-two bat- softball team this year the to Navy physicians it meant of the Students and Center and 10-8 over Lake Shore
e ting punch of Fain Zernial combined Waves have been following a simply that two more men took Bob Remhardt, Chuck Kerr and Baptists.The .

with pitching of Schanz, gruelling pace on the diamondfor pre-induction physicals, runninga Ward Weisel of the Golden locals last year won the
," Hooper, Martin, and Kellner can the past two weeks under the two week total to 16. Bears. Duval County championship and
top second division teams. t i
with host of veterans
returning
and able coaching of "Tex" Goodson.!'! a
6. Detroit Houtteman
Assisting is Robert Green, PRCat expect another successful season.Strong "
youngster Hoeft must
carry
:..' pitching load for old hands. NATTCenter.With Hurling: Corps
Groth Wertz, Kell alone supply the Girls' City Softball There were nine strikeouts put ..
batting strength. Evers shouldhit League set to start next week, the into the books for NAS moundsmen -
this season. local aggregation faces a tough in the first 7-inning fray .

.. 7..St. Louis Old castoffs 6-week schedule, but both coaches with Lake Shore. Al Gonyea
fighting unknowns for positionsin expressed confidence in the started and then relinquished his
spirited tussle under Hornsby. girls and plan to have a topnotch chores to Woodward Perry who
Garver the only tried pitcher. nine on the diamond at all in turn bowed, to Bomber Bul-
times. lard as each man was given a
But bat strength available from i.
; @ C1P
> chance. Bullard pitched for Norfolk -
Riviera, Schmees, and Nieman. The probable league, roster
disclosed early this week by for four years before being
.' 8. Washington Only Bucky
.. Harris' managerial genius can Chief Goodson follows: Ruth transferred to Cecil Field.

keep the Senators from burial Richardson, Kay Shorb Joyce Need More Talent
deep in the leaguecellar.Dr. Bittner, Mary Bixiones, Jackie Using every man on the bench,
Barnes, Mickey McQuaig, Eve playing coach Matt Fedak attempted *

Cary Middlecoff, the Mem- Buenger, Penny Rollwitz Millie to find a suitable replacement .
phis dentist who has forsaken the tfoyer, Kay Traurig, Emily Casey at the keystone sack, using
drill for the pro golf circuit was Trudy Paracandola, Margaret O Chuck Wheeler and Peanuts Owens -
the first amateur to win the Stevens, Joann Windisch and ; at that position Carl Poland
North-South Open. That was in Lucy Mae Knox. is in right Don Sweeney in left,

1945 and since turning pro many Other candidates for team positions i.- and Brad Tredinnick at shortstop.
.: titles have come his way including are.: Toby Gay Alice Ber- iL. 'redinnick, a Jacksonville man,
one national Open. ner, Etta Poehler, Betty Gordei- played> the third sack for Duval ...
He is a consistent leader of the chuk and Betty Kuneman. Motors in the City League last

putt-for pay boys and it will Lavaun Eckels Wave Recrea- year.
.probably be some time before the tion( Director was named man- Although the team is rounded
good Doctor goes back to drills ager and Joan Jensen will be official into pretty fair shape new talentis
and dentures. scorekeeper. still welcomed on the championship -
team. Aspirants may

There have been strong sus- Dave Sisler youngest son of .- ., till report to the softball dia-
picions that reports of top play- George, American League immoral mond at 1600 each evening.
er's salaries have been inflated is quite an athlete and although MARINE CORPS BOUND-Eyeing the scales with deep con- .
considerably in recent years, but he is only a sophomore at cern is Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox star who, with Gerry Cole- Richie Ashburn, a surprising

there's no doubt that Stan Musial, Princeton, at least a half dozen man, New York Yankee keystoner, passed pre-induction physicalsat young rookie outfielder for the
at one time a $65-a-month minor major league clubs have indicated the NAS Infirmary last week ,to qualify for two years active Philadelphia Philliesi is not a
league pitcher was paid $80,000 an interest in the 20-year-old duty with the Marine Air Corps. M. C. Richards, I1M2, takes power hitter led the league -

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IimiZ1lD NAVY WIVES '


(Items offering for sale articlesof CORNER/
property such as washing machines
automobiles furniture
,
radios

clothing, and the like are The last business meeting of

prohibited by Defense Depart the Navy Wives Club was attend. .
ment regulations. This column ed by a large number of guests: .
will, however, list such services v-a Y and prospective members. An extensive
as available housing, rides wanted
lost and found articles, and report on projects was
other similar notices). given by Mrs. Elliott Newell,

FOR RENT president of the club.

Rm. with kitchen & laundry priv One new member was received.It .
ileges. Mrs. Robertson, 2716 Algonquin was reported that plans to holda
Ph. 2-9066. First Aid Course did not mater

Unfurn. 3 bdrm. house, $60 per ialize and will have to be postponed
mo., year round rental, Jax until a later date. All mem- "
x w K bers were urged to attend the 1
Beach, Mrs. Parker, Ph. 7.6880 \ avk. .q{ y
evenings. weekly showing of medical movies ,
on vital subjects, held every I
Furn. 3 $37
rm. cottage mo.
a per
1100 Naval Hos .
Plainfield Wednesday at at
G. Schultz, 703 Ave.,
Orange Park. pital.
*
S rm. furn. apt., Mrs. Ballentine,
Ph. 8-1760. THERE'S ALWAYS A WAY!-These employees} of Fabric Shop 3107, moved their equipmentonto The next meeting will be held

Furn. rm., adj. bath, garage, 2811 I the apron outside the Overhaul and Repair department to install soundproofing in this RID WedneSdaYj April in 16 at 1930 at
Park.
Forbes, Mrs. Hagedorn, Ph. 2- classroom plane in record time.*Left to right are: Lillian S. Johnson,*John J. McAndrews, John A. ouse Dewey
Time and place for our monthly
3043. Hannon Corley L. Gilliland Arvy II. Greene and Herman I>iz.
social meeting will then be de-

$ 3 rm. farn. apt., private bath & CUTS FIVE DAYS TO THREE cided upon. All members and
entrance, 925 Rosselle, E. H. Easter ServicesContinued friends are cordially invited.
Rhodes, Ph. 8-2655. .
The supervisor reported
I Furn. rms., 2601 Park, Mrs. S. R. Shop Meets Quarter Deadline By ( from Page 1)) a change nursery in the daily routine
Houston, Ph. 8-2770.
Samuel E. D'Angelo NATTC which will be welcome to some
,
2 rm. furn. apt., 1514 Laura. Mrs.
customers. Children are now
sep
i Smith, Ph. 6-5969. Moving' Equipment To The Job Catholic Chaplain. arated into three age groups: Infants
Catholic service I
: 3 rm. furn. apt.. Mrs. Laura personnel may 6 weeks to 2 years; toddlers
I i Jones, 330 E. 2nd St., Ph. 5- receive Holy Communion at the 2 and 3 years old; seniors,
: 9759. Passersby might have been evening mass. Following the 4 years and older. The seniors
: 2 rm. furn. apt., 1239 Liberty St., jolted a bit to see a sewing machine I quarter deadline. As time grew mass will be the traditional pro- will not have to go to bed anymore
: Mrs. Bani, Ph. 4-7024. and a glove fastener ma- short, the normal procedure of cession of the Most Blessed Sacrament after lunch, unless the par-
!i Widow will share home, Murray chine being operated under the moving the job to the shop was I to the Altar of Reposition.The I ents request it.
; Hill, Mrs. Rose Ruff 3628 Ernest wings of an R4D on the apron : Sacrament will be adored all .
Ph. 2-5537. I reversed, and machines and operators through the night by a volunteer
,
outside the Overhaul & Repair
In the evenings movies will be
with
were sent along the watch.
S rm. unfurn. upper apt., kitchen department Paint Shop.
plane. shown from approximately 1845
i Rosser equipped, Ph., 1514 2-0724.Dancy, Mrs. To Lomax A. Osborne, Super- ,Good Friday-.-At noon on Good (after supper) until 1945. Parents .'/'
visor of the Fabric Shop, 3407, it are urged to bring their children
Friday the Blessed Sacramentwill
Riverside ,
Furn. ,
efficiency apt. It is the responsibility of Shop
A of expediting the during the movie hour. It will
was means
be removed from the Altarof
2215 River Blvd., Mrs. Johnson
,
3407 to install soundproofing, a
t. Ph. 2-8209. I R4D in order to meet a third fiberglass quilted material which Reposition and taken to the sweeten the idea of having to go
to bed at 2000.
t Sleeping room with private bath, lines the interior of an airplant. Main Altar where the Mass of
i share kitchen parking room, Thrifty ServicemenMore This installation normally re- the Presanctified will be celebrated The nursery invites militaryas
Mrs. Clark, 2312 College, Ph. quires a period of five days on by Father D'Angelo. well as civilian personnel to
f than 2,000 enlisted men make use of. .he nursery, If mother
I this type aircraft, and is even At 1300. meditations will be'
i Wil7-6249. modern house with salt away their money in Sol- more time-consuming when the read on The Seven Last Words I plans to get a job, then the nursery
I couple, Apr. 15-Sept., Mrs. J. dier's Deposits at Ft. Hood Tex. plane happens to be a classroom and short sermons given until is the place to leave their
C. McCrane, Ph. 2-8819. each month. Capt. Walter Dillon, ship, such as this one. j 1430, at which time the Stations children. If you have any suggestions
508 Milwaukee Post Savings Officer, reports that I or complaints, please
2 bdrm. furn. house, -. The in the final of the Cross will be made.
plane was
"Ave., Orange Park, Mrs.T. recently one man deposited over bring them to the supervisor.
of painting on Friday, At 1500, Veneration of the
R. Nelson. $900 at one time. Five dollars is process
March 28, when Osborne sent Cross will take place and again I
the minimum .amount that can
Kordek Ben Neitzer
3 bdrm. unfurn. house, MurrayHill Joseph ,
,
two upholsterers, two sailmakersand in the evening at 1930, there will
be deposited monthly under theSoldier's
O' Connor Marie
Ph. 2-8479. Joseph Quinn,
three fabric workers to the be Stations of the Cross.
Deposit Plan. The mon-
2 bdrm. furn. apt., garage. 1422 Charles Schreck, James Wenner,
ey draws 4 per cent interest an- Paint Shop to start soundproofing Holy Saturday-The Blessingof
Wolfe St. Mrs. Boone, Ph. 2- I William Wenner, Frances Ziar-
0746. nually and may be drawn out by installation. the Baptismal Font, the sing nik. Music for the mass will be
.
the depositor in emergencies. < ing of the "Exultet", and the
4 rm. furn. lower duplex, avail. The Missa Stella Matutina by
Apr. 15, 3651 Riverside, Mrs. On Saturday the plane was Blessing of the Easier Candle Carnevali and the recessional will
Dixon, Ph. 8-2832. Military Reservation Nets moved out on the apron. To fur- will be held at 0800. Holy Saturday be "The Strife is O'er, The Bat-
FOR SALE ther expedite the job, the sewingand Mass will begin at 0900. tie Won" by Palestrina.
$1,182 From Scrap Drive glove fastener machines were *
3 rm. house, see Helen T. Brown, I Sanctuary boys for St. Ed
Ph. 83211, Orange Park, or call Indiantown Gap, Pa. (AFPS-) removed from the Fabric Shopto I Easter Sunday-Easter Mass ward's services are: John Adams
324 Vail. In connection with the recent cost the apron, saving many steps will be celebrated at 0645 at the headmaster of ceremonies; Acolytes
House trailer, Royal Mansion consciousness program, salvageand otherwise required in going back Naval Hospital Chapel. St. Ed- : Jack Mersereau and Rich
conservation units here have to the shop for sewing and bind- ward's Chapel will be the scene
33' with bath. Lot No. 111, I ard Lyle; Thurifers: Frank Lo-
Azalea Trailer Park. Lt. Bate- made speedy progress in reduc- ing.The of the Easter High Mass at 0830, desky and James Deworken;
man, Ph. ext. 263. ing waste. I following employees of preceded by a procession of the Torchbearers: Ernest Anderson
6 rm. brick veneer home, 2 bath, Four hundred thousand poundsof the shop completed the installa sanctuary boys into the chapel to James Carter, Robert Owens
dble. garage, 2821 Grand Ave., scrap metal, 61,000 pounds of tion on Monday in time to meet the traditional melody "O Filii EtFiIiae" Fred Lombardi!, Thomas Lorn-
Ortega, Mrs. Jessie Scott, Ph. waste paper and quantities of the deadline: Lillian S. Johnson, Father Burns will be bardi, Joseph Stauffer; Masterof
8-9152. other materials have been collected Aircraft Fabric Worker; John J. Celebrant and will preach on Ceremonies: Robert Anderson;
2 bdrm. home, 2954 W. 9th St., and sold for scrap. Rev- McAndrews, Quarterman, AMG; "He is Risen, He is not Here." Sanctuary Boys: Woodrow Alexander
kitchen equipped, Equity $700 enue from November's sale of John A. Bannon, Upholsterer; Other masses will be at 0930 and Clifford Bottin John Car-
payments $47.50. scrap amounted to $1,182. Corley L. Gilliland, AN3; ArvyH. 1030. mody, Daniel Coughlin, Elwood
2 bdrm. house furn., Lakeside Drives also are being conducted Greene, Aircraft Fabric Worker St. Edward's Choir is under Crosby, William Gunnels, Roger
Drive, 4410 Wabash, W. M. to reduce waste in mess halls ; Herman Diz, Sailmaker; the direction of Mr. C. Edward Lodes k y, Raymond Lombardi,
Powell, Ph. 88-8350. and to support the conservationof James McCauley, AMG Max; Bryan and is composed of the Wayne Lyle, James Lynch, Rob.
House trailer, 29' Prairie Schooner utilities and supplies. Louise J. Worley, AFW Max; CarlC. following personnel: S. D. Barry, ert Martin, Donald Moran, Rich.*
with complete bath 6 cu. ft. S. S Barrow, AFW Max; and Rob Normand Breault, Raymond ard Mersereau, Ronald Oliva
refrigerator and gas range, New Artificial ert R. Espy, UPH Max. Evanskyfi C. J. Busche, Eleanor James Phelan, Michael Roberts
terms. V. A. Boucher, Butts Respiration The Fabric Shop is a part of Deworken, Mary Dimick, R. F. Tony Rogers, John Sidorski
Trailer Sales, 6017 Roosevelt Method Used By Services the Process Division of the Overhaul II i Dudaiewicz, John Fantil, Leo David Smith, Jackie Wade, James:
Blvd. Washington (AFPS) -An improved and Repair department. I Fortin, F. C. Friedt, Agnes Kazda, Van Ausday and Paul Vlasek.
$975 will take equity in 2 bdrm.
home with kitchen equipped, method that has of proved artificial to respiration be I

'' 6138 Lynwood Ave., Wescon- very effective for ventilating deep Fourth Annual Jax Navy Boys' Baseball
nett, J. H. Dixon. lung areas, has been adopted by
House trailer, 27' 1949 Cozy the Department of Defense. I I
Coach like new, Car Port
Space No. 1, Butts Trailer Originally tested by Holger
Park, Mrs. Dominick, Ph. 8- Nielsen, the new technique combines Camp Declared Tremendous SuccessDiamond
1963. a push with a pull phase in
'
the operating cycle. The former
For Sale-3 rm. house in Lake-
Schafer method had no pull
; shore. Small down payment; phase. activities for local can League nine were divided in the All-Star game and it wa*.
excellent terms. For details This procedure the victim Jacksonville teen-agers came toa among Pete Plyler, Jimmy Allen announced that at a later data
call 2-7100 after 1500. approximately twice gives as much air rousing close on the Naval Air and Buddy Mullis, Plyler receiv- the local nine would set aside a
t lIISCELLLANEOUSr as th old did. However, Station's Mason Field Saturday ing the starting nod and charged Baseball Training Camp night
Ride wanted-Rodney or Spring in cases/ where process the victim be morning as a pair of scrapping, with the loss.Immediately. with admittance free with mem
Park, 0700.1530, H. L. Knight, injured, the Nielsen method may of hustling All-Star nines vied at after the game bership cards.
O&R, Bldg. 224 Ph. 98-3182. artificial respiration is not recom the fifth session of the fourth annual awards were given for outstanding The game brought to a close..A\.
r: Ride wanted-Riverview to NAS, mended. Jax-Navy Boys'' Baseball members of both All-Star baseball action at NAS for the
0730-1600, A. M. Southworth, Training Camp. teams. Baseball bats were awarded youngsters who have turned out !
ext. 763 or Ph. 3-9924. The National League stars Howard Rambo and Jimmy at an average of 300 per weekto
Riders wanted Leaving for Start High Altitude proved the class of the encounteras Batts, catchers, and Harold Tur- absorb the instruction and recreation
Memphis & Popular Bluff, Mo. they pushed across two runs in byfill, National first baseman. offered at the jointly
Apr. 12, Pat RyAn, AD2, Fas- Interceptor Tests the first and another in the sec- Gloves were presented to Char- sponsored City of Jacksonville-
ron Prop Shop or Bks. A, ext. ond to go ahead and defeat the lie Dixon, American centerfielder, Naval Air Station'program.
(AFPS) A
8139. Washington pro- American League representatives James Winn, National shortstop, .
Baby sitter available, Miss Joy- gram to test the newlydeveloped 7-2, in a game abbreviatedat Roger Pruitt, National first baseman WITH THE major league clubs
ner, 2120 Herschel, Ph. 2-9502. armament systems on theNavy's six innings because of time and Moitt and Plyler, start- training in Florida camps work'
Baby sitter-Cecile Bowen, 2031 fastest and latest planesat limitations.The ing pitchers. ing at a faster clip Camp officials
Herschel, Ph. 8-3256. altitudes of 25,000 feet and up losers scored a brace of BASEBALLS autographed by were unable to secure profession
Would like working mother and has been announced by.the Navy runs in the fourth and fifth and Boston Braves' Ted Williams, al talent every session, but Bill
Bureau of Aeronautics.The
child to board in my home. theNationals iced the game with Boston Red Sox slugger, and New Terry, former New York Giant
h Care for child. Lakeshore, 4747 tests are designed to determine two more in the sixth. York Yankee second baseman player and manager, and Trill
Merrimac Ave., Ph. 88-8267. how well the electronic Gerry Coleman were awarded to Speaker, currently directing,;; the
Lost-Man's yellow gold wedding computers, gun laying and fir LEON MOITT, 15-year-old American Leaguers Mike Wolfe, Cleveland Indians' farm training
band, vicinity NAS Post Officeor ing mechanisms work in con Jackson high student, was credited Glenn Johns, Donald Cunningham camp at Daytona Beach, spiced
adjacent parking lot around junction with the machine guns with the win as the young fireball Tommy Cook, Jimmy Allen, activities with their showing the
1120, Apr. 4. Reward. H. F. and rockets as a completed system artist fanned seven hittersin Edward Disspain, and Nationals past month.
Houston, ext. 376. at high speeds and altitudes. his three inning stint, Homer Darrell Odum, Curtis Archer, Red Treadway, manager of the
i < > Tests are scheduled at the Air Harris relieved him in the fourth Jerry Wilke, Jimmy Foster, Joe Jacksonville Beach Sea Birds,
N NURSERY CLOSED EASTER Force Missile Test Range which and toiled until the last frame Lambert and Rodney Cribbs. made an appearance and mem
The NAS Nursery will be extends from Cape Canaveral, when Frank Adams blanked the Season passes to all Jackson- bers of the Jax Navy Fliers were
closed all day Easter Sunday, officials Fla., through the Grand Bahamas losers. ville Tar home engagementswere on hand at every session to aid in ,
have announced. Islands. Pitching duties for the Ameri presented to every player the fundamental teaching.r. ....J

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