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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: May 1, 1952
Frequency: weekly
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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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. I Charity Carnival Program To Include Display Attractions I Ixx


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Something new in the way of display booths will starting at 1300 on May 17 at NAS, Jacksonville, Construction crews are hard at work on the enter

add to the many innovations to be featured at the gigantic More and better entertainment features will be tainment booths and fun centers. Kiddieland this year .

,. Navy Carnival for Charity to be held at the found along the Midway. There will be a larger, more will occupy an entire hangar, offering a miniature carnival '-
station May 16 and 17. fully equipped Kiddieland for the youngsters. All the with everything cut to pint-size to accommodatethe

Displays of local merchandise and manufactured traditional-carnival color and fanfare is fast moving kiddies.

articles will be housed in attractively decorated booths, from the planning stage into actuality. S STILE .

and will provide many thousands attending the Carnival M HANGAR will also include a complete nursery,

", ( *. with factual information of what can be purchased THE LOCAL displays will in no way minimize the where for a small fee parents may leave their children

f' "'inlocal shops, and where it can be found. entertainment portion of the carnival, but while Jaxons with perfect confidence while they enjoy more adult

., 'h''t. S get personally acquainted with the Navy, the Carnival carnival entertainment. A registered nurse will be close
; ; '"ARRANGED: in the manner of a state fair, the dis- Committee felt it would also be a good opportunity to by and every requirement of babes-in-arms up to elder

'pl y"4 should lend a decided educational note to the Car- l let the Navy become acquainted with Jacksonville. This children has been anticipated and arranged.

f y'nh'' "" /'This will be augmented by exhibits and displays could best be done, it was felt, by permitting local busi- Floor space in Hangars 113, 114 and 115 (land plane

; it'p\i1itary equipment sponsored by the three military ness men to display the many fine items and opportunities hangars) has been assigned the various station depart-

'''services as part of the Armed Forces Day observance, for enjoyment that are available in town. (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 1)
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Society Sets A }
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Fund Drive

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The Navy Relief Society's annual ... t
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campaign for funds will beheld
from May 4 through June 6. VOL-10 No. 5 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 1 May 1952

This campaign is supported by

members of the Naval service I I rt

In the past years a substantial I Armed Forces
contribution has been made to fr,

the Society from Navy Carnivalfor r : f'A '-
DecreedIn r .4p t
Charity funds. However the Day 4

Society is primarily supported ji

by the annual contributions of Florida .n__ ___ .__.____.____.. __.
members. :u I TO INSPECT NATTCRearAdm.

In a simple yet Impressive cer- William B. Johnson.
During May the opportunityexists emony in the state Capitol Mon- Chief of Naval Air Technical

for personal contributionsto a ri day Governor Fuller Warren Training, accompanied by his:
a staff, is slated to begin the sec-
this worthy organization, signed a proclamation officially ond annual administrative inspection -
whose sole purpose is to serve 4 *a. designating Saturday, May 17 as of the Center this:
the man of the Navy in his need. ; Armed Forces Day in Florida. week. Part of the inspecting

Contributions may be deliver ., ; ,- Witnessing the signing were miral party arrived Johnson Monday is expected and Ad-to(

ed to the Jacksonville Auxiliaryof Q4''. high ranking officers representingthe arrive today. Saturday morning .
the Navy Relief Society various branches of the Arm. II the Center will hold a per

Building 750, or may be mailedto l ,, ed Forces in the state. sonnel and barracks inspectionto
_____ round out the week's program
Box: 6, Naval Air Station, ,
Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison. .
Jacksonville, Fla. I I
Y I Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville '

The Society has served and Capt. Douglas T. VP-861 Returns
approximately i __ ______ __ __n__ __ ,
1,000 families in this Day Commanding Officer of I I

area during the past year. They PROCLAIM: ARMED: FORCES DAY-Navy, Air Force. Coast NAS were on hand for the Navy. From Med Cruise
have been assisted with hospital- Guard, Marine Corps and Army officials were on hand Mondayto Others attending the event were:
witness the signing of the proclamation officially designating !
ization medical Lt. Col. Carlos T. Ellzey, representing -j
care transpor- Saturday, May 17, as Armed Forces Day in Florida. Left to right, G.I I
tation, and housing. This Auxiliary -; Lt. Col. Carlos F. Ellzey, representing the Army: Rear Adm. Os- the Army; Col. Thomas After 4 MonthsOfficers
has been of assistance to borne B. Hardison, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville and Capt. Ennis Marine Corps Air Station,
I Officer of NAS Jax, watch Governor Miami Col. and of Patrol
many reserves whose need resulted j Douglas T. Day Commanding ; Brintnall Merchant i men
!' Fuller Warren sign the proclamation at_ Tallahassee._ _. MacDill Air Force Base, Tampa Squadron 861 returned here
from recall to active duty. ..._u'_ __ ___u _-_- -- -- ;
and Commander Joe Lawrence, Monday morning after spending .
The visit
Auxiliary provides a
Commanding Officer of the Coast four months tour of duty
ing nurse who has attended about
Carrier Air 10 Guard Station in Mediterranean.
3000 Navy dependents in their ) Group at St. Petersburg.
'I f While overseas, the squadron
homes or in the Naval Hospital,
la participated in operation "Grand
the proclamation Governor
The Navy Relief Society has
Warren invited all groupsof Slam" with the Sixth Fleet and
served and will
serve personnel
; CommissionCarrier several allied countries under the
of the Navy when their needs i Put In patriotic citizens, including
cannot be met with their immed- veterans', women's, fraternal, educational North Atlantic Treaty Organiza-
tion. Upon completion, Commander
iate resources I Air Group 10, the third carrier air group to be religious commercial,
I | labor, and industrial organizations Sixth Task Force extendeda
All Navy personnel are urged formed and commissioned in the Jacksonville area since the in "well done" to VP-861 for its:
| to participate actively
e support their own charitable'I outbreak of the Korean war, was placed in commission this the Armed Forces Day part in the exercises.
organization the Navy Relief morning at Cecil Field by Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison programin
their communities, to the end Gone Since January
Fleet Air Jacksonville.
Society. Commander
... --., that we may join in honoring the Under the command of Comdr.
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Comdr. R. i' Kline, wno has
( Air Group 10 and associated Armed Forces and in emphasizing Edward A. Rodgers. the squadron -
Weather Outlook I been designated as CommanderAir i squadrons as a unit of Air Force the direct relationship of each left for the Mediterraneanin
Group 10, was not aboard for
I Atlantic Fleet. citizen to the Nation's continu- January.
i I Warmer the commissioning. Lcdr. RalphE.
Friday-Partly cloudy. 11
I Lcdr. Cheney Command ing effort for peace with freedom 120 Day Tour
with light variable winds. Cheney, who will be Opera-
1 through the strength of a united While on their recent tour,
Saturday Continued partly tions Officer of the Staff of the Lcdr. Cheney ,then assumed "
people. some personnel became eligiblefor
cloudy, and warm with southerly newly formed group, accepted I j command of the group and one .
I The slogan for this year's Arm discharge but volunteered to
winds command until Comdr. Kline
by one each squadron was similarly I
ed Forces Day has been designated remain on duty until they reached -
cloudiness. arrives from Washington later
Sunday-Increasing made a part of the new as "UnityStrengthFree.dom stateside. The majority of the
Warmer with light to moderate I this month.To "
(Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 4)) I (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. I)
southerly winds. I Include 5 SquadronsOver
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200 officers and enlistedmen

To DemonstrateJustice of the five squadrons that s
will comprise the air group attended -

,t the ceremonies this morn

Code ing. The remainder of the squad-

rons' personnel is expected to arrive -
..' in the future. }
near
At Y nM
: Mock Trial -
Pilots and enlisted personnelfor 9fx i

--. ..' X mock trial, demonstrating the air group will come from x.& Y 4' 8

." 'legal widely dispersed units. Some of
procedure under the new
"' the men were assigned the unit
codk" of military justice, will
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,,,.. .. the Legal Flight, VolunteerAir area. When the group is at full
Reserve Training Squad. strength it is estimated that about
half of the pilots will be reserves.
ron, University of Florida, at
the Naval Air Station, May T, The air group will be based at ,

at 2000. Cecil Field and in the coming j -, 1

About 20 reserves, headed by months will undergo intensive _

Lt. Col. Frank E. Maloney, training to bring the personnelto P

AFR, will participate in the the peak efficiency demandedin t ztt b

trial. Maloney is a professor an operating Carrier'.".Air ... .i A7 a i .
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of law at the University. Group. J' j I BACK FROM MED CRUlSE-J t Ort* of the first plane: crews of Patrol Squadron 861 to Mt Jack.
All officers of the station are Rear Admiral HardisonyWhtn sonville soil' after a four-months'Meditrrranean cruise found a photographer on hand to greet them.
t invited to attend, as well as placing the unit in commission Kneeling, left to right, are: Joseph QDonnell: ADI; Ensign Thomas Jordan: Lorn Berry, ADE2;
members of the Naval Reserve read orders which said in j rt, Billy Fletcher AT3, :and Winston', Gohl, AO3: Back: row left to right: Harold Corson, ADC; Louis:
ALAN; Allen Jenning. ALCt'Ltdr, C. W. Johnson; Lt. Fred Zimmerman and John Dean.
Unit of Jacksonville. "I hereby commission Carrier Alb .#iV ,
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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 1 May 1952


Report From Washington



JflXfi4B.fl1Lf3 Scholarship Offered Son Of ServicemanMore


Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air

Station. Jacksonville, Fla.NAS, Jacksonville Service Bills Introduced

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Cant. Douglas Day Commanding Officer
\ay Armed Force rress service imported nom, Communist-controlled: coun-
Comdr. James H. Armstrong_ Executive OfficerLt.
Dave Barksdale __. __.'''.'''...Public Information Officer A full tuition four-year scholarship for the tries. .
Fleet Air Jacksonville son of a naval or Marine officer, nom-com, or
Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardisol' Commander petty officer, regular or reserve on active The 200,000th U. S. Army soldier to be r0- v {

Capt. Howard V. Hopkins_____. Chief of Staff duty, retired or deceased, is being offered by tated from Korea recently arrived in WashJing

Capt. JetM S. McClure Fleet.,..,,,.Air, .,.. ,Wing--- ,-Eleven_ L_ __ Commander the trustees of Rensselaer Polytechnic Insti- ton, D. C. He was Cpl. Fredie I* Cl'" .
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton_Chief Staff Officer tute, Troy, N. Y. A board composed of line 23, of Indianapolis, Ind., who spent two
Naval Air Technical Training CenterCapt. and engineering officers will meet in the Bu- at the capital as a guest.of the Army. ?' :
Lester K. Rice .... ---.. -.... -., ..._, Commanding Officer reau of Personnel to select the winner. .
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart..____ Executive Officer I.t
their anniversary :.
Naval Hospital Applicants will be considered on the basisof The WAVES will hold tenth I

Capt. Dwight J. Wharton_ _Commanding Officer scholarship, class standing, leadership reunion July 26-27 at the Hotel Staller -{;
NARTU qualities and participation in extra-curricular Washington, D. C. The reunion will feature a
Capt. Easton B. Noble_Commanding Oflcer activities. Applications obtained from the Bu- banquet and speakers who will discuss, the
Comdr. Trusso Executive Officer
Anthony
reau must be completed and returned before present and past mission of the organization.

Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extensions June 20, 1952. Regulars, reservists and former members '
8184 and 216. C e are urged to attend. Information may be ob-
I"be JAX AIR NEWS to pvDllt&ea wc ny it the U. S. Nnvtl Air Station
Jacksonville. florid, and printed commercially with non-appropriated fund The following bills of interest to Service tained by writing the WAV)s Reunion Com {I
at no expense to the government and In compliance I with NAVEXOS P-35. Rev.No .
,. IMS. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station. UMNavaJ personnel were recently introduced in Con- mittee, Anacostia Naval Air Station, Wash-
UM U.Air S. Naval Reserve Hospital Training Unit. Naval Auxlllar Air Station Cecil Field sad gress: ington, D. C, iS i

Editor!: -Andrew H. Planey 1. A bill to amend the National Defense 1

Staff Members: Marian Sprenger JO3; Mary Bixiones, JOSN; for ROTC and AROTC be fixed at a rate suf- A new school has been opened specifically !
Dave Devroy, SN; John Charvat, AN; Barbara Tomlinson, SN; ficient to cover cost of uniforms. for the conversion of personnel in the fire I

Helen The Harper.JAX AIR NEWS Is a member or me Armed Force Press Service. 2. A bill to amend the National Defense controlman rating to the fire control technician j
AFTS material appearing I In thin publication may not be reprinted without Act of June, 1916 with respect to the sys- rating, the Department of the Navy has
the written permission of Armed Forces Press Service.I publication of other
matter. except by service publications Is piohlblted without permission of tem of courtsmartial for the National Guard announced. The school will be located at
Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. and the Air National Guard. Treasure Island, San Francisco, Calif. The

3. A bill to prohibit the procurement for the course will run for 28 weeks and classes will

Armed Forces of any article produced in, or convene every two weeks.

I 1952 ELECTIONS I 1"' Navy SuggestionProgram -


(By Armed Forces Press Service)

This voting information applies to Armed Forces personnel, Gains
dependents residing with Armed Forces personnel and U. S. citi- LSM

zens attached to and serving with the U. S. Armed Forces beyondthe

continental limits of the U. S., unless otherwise specified. National AwardThe

These persons include civilians employed by the Department of the v r

Army, Navy, and Air Force, the Marine Corps and the Coast Navy's Suggestion Pro-

Guard; and personnel of the American Red Cross and USO. For gram hit the award jackpot for :

additional election information consult your voting officer. the second time in three years

ALABAMA third Monday of each month. when it was awarded the Na-
(The Cotton State)
I
Association of
tional Suggestion
Obtaining Ballots and Voting
for -1_ Achievement award for
Qualifications Voting 1. Members of the Armed __ Systems
1. Must be at least 21 years of its increased participation in the
Forces and "certain Merchant
age on date of election. I I Marine personnel" may applyfor :i--:! program during fiscal 1951.

2. Must be a U. S. citizen hav- absentee ballots by mailing a The award made by the Association ;

ing resided in the State of Ala Federal Post Card Application annually to the govern-

bama for at least two years, in (Standard Form 76)) to probate ment agency with the greatest increase -

the county for one year, and in j judge, county of residence. I in employee participationwas

the voting precinct for three Marked ballots must be receivedby initiated three years ago.

months. appropriate officials not later' During fiscal 1951 the Navy's

3. Must be able to read acid I than day of election. program had an increase from

write any article of the Constitu- 11.2 to 14 suggestions per 100
'
tion of the United States in the FLORIDAThe employees.The .

English language. ( Peninsula State) Achievement Plaque pre-

4. Must be of good characterand Qualifications for Voting sented is being displayed
embrace the duties and obli- throughout NAS this week.
1. Must be at least 21 years of
gations of under the
citizenship
age on date of election. S *
Constitution of the United A total of 51,990 improvement
2. Must be a U. S. citizen having v -- -
States and of the State ol Ala-
resided in the State of Florida proposals were submitted by J
bama. This is determined PLAQUE-The National Association of
SUGGESTION
requirement for at least one and in Suggestion Navy employees during fiscal
year
by the members of the Systems Achievement Award (above) has been presented
1951. Of this number submitted,
,
the county of residence for
a per'
to the Navy for showing the greatest increase in employee par-
board of (
pertinent registrars. iod of six months. ticipation in suggestion systems. The plaque is on display at NAS 13,146 of the proposals were
5. Must be a registered voter, 3. Must be a registered voter. this week. adopted and awards amounting to

except: _members__u___ ___ of__ the____ _Armed____ .. 346823.00 were paid to the
sug-
Registry: lion ballot must submit the Armed Forces
by absentee a may applyfor
Forces and Armed Forces vet-
1. Members of the Armed J letter requesting an "Application I registration by absentee process geeters.

erans.6. Must annual poll tax of Forces and Federal employeeswho j for Absentee Ballot" (Florida I by requesting a "Military In addition to the many ben-

'$1.50 pay members'of the are absent from their voting Application Form) to supervisorof Registration Card" from the tax efits which the Navy receives
except
precincts at times when Florida from these suggestions in the
Armed Forces. 4 registration in county where collector, tax commissioner, or
Registration counties order registration ]registered. the registrar of the county of form of improved procedures,

1. Registration is permanent may be permitted to vote, provided residence. (Any relative or employee-management relationsand
they still possess the same GEORGIA friend of the serviceman may safety, the taxpaying public
2 is .
Registration compulsory
r, for all and I voting requirements established (The Empire State of the South) also request "Military Registration reaps an annual savings of $8-
qualified persons I. for the last registration. Qualifications for Voting Card" and mail it to the 414182.00 from the adoption of
must be accomplished in
the office of the board of personat 2. Unregistered members of 1. Must be at least 18 years of serviceman.) The Military Registration these ideas.
registrars
the Armed Forces who have age on day of election. Card" must be -rHleQ out a .
of Alabama
] county either the residence reached the age of 21 while servo 2. Must be a U. S. citizen haying according to accompanying in- Every employee in the Navy is
first the
on or
ing in the Armed Forces may ap- resided in the State of Georgia structions and returned to appro- eligible to participate in the sug-

ply for registration by writing a for a period of one year andn priate official. Such registrationmay gestion program and is

1C DIVINE))T letter to the supervisor of regis- the county of residence for a be accomplished at any aged to do so. The encourt'

tration at Florida voting pre- period of six months. time. terested in every idea

{SERVICES)' cinct. Such application for registration 3. Must be a registered voter. Obtaining Ballots and Voting ployee has which will contribute "
must include documen- +
Registration 1. Any qualified and registered to the overall efficiencjj&and ;
Protestant tary evidence of military serv- 1. Registration is* permanent voter who will be absent from economy of operation. Inj:,this
ice prior to attaining age of 21 'or those who have connection, the Navy feels that
t. 083 0-Morning Services All- persons reg. his voting precinct on election "t
, Saints Chapel. and a request for an "Affidavitof i stered since 1948. day may vote by absentee ballot. the employee performing: th'job :? .i
I 09 IS Naval Hospital ChapeL Registration Form." It is rec- 2. Unregistered Members of 2. Application lor absentee daily is in a bettet posi i--::,
8930-Sunday School. Small Cha- ommended that "evidence of mil tion to recommend improvement'' r't '
ballot should be made in
writing
peL _fIIiil) '
itary service" be obtained from == '
and his constructive thinking A
to the
1045aj Saints ChapeL I county probate judge in
Catholic commanding officer or personnel county of residence at time along this line has established an
0830 and 0930 St. Ed.ward's officer with such officer's certi- I. any
-Mass. prior to election. Members of the award scale which will provide
Chapel. fication appearing thereon. After I
cash awards or recognition for
0930 St. Edwards' CaU- Armed Forces may use Federal
Chapel (
has been G10a44
form
completed accepted ALAnA t
submitters of adopted ideas.
Post Card
* ; chum Class) Application (Stan-
| -" 1030-Mass, St. Edward's ChapelD645 by the supervisor of registration dard Form 76)) in lieu of any SABWODI! Yes, as is contained -
-Mass at Hospital ChapeL the voter's name will be entered in
{' other form of application. the phrase, SABWODI, ev-
Christian Science in registration record* ,jj,.i,;; eryone has the opportunity to
Tuesday-2000 at NATTC Chap- :
Ballots and V
Obtaining |fof?
lain's Office. fin "Suggest a Better Way of DoingIt"
Mormon L Any qualified voter w Fwi1l, Th
." Crowd No matter how simple or inconsequential -
Thursday-1930-at Small ChapeL be absent from his votingcinct they may seem
, Jewish1830Monday on election day rnf' LOte employees, ideas may be neededto I''
absentee ballot. :
by \ IMaY16-17
II
NATTC Auditor- Iocyi correct a problem now under
2. Any desiring >
jU"l', person consideration.
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i a. Reveal Final Dates For



the week of April 14- '

20 the following personnel 1 .-1 Accomplishing Registration
changes were effected at the Naval (k -

Hospital: Robert Carella, ,uaGi Y -. ,.
v goo' Some states require servicemen .
HM2, departed for the USS Kim- iPMI ,r Y F S. Dakota Oct 27 s
to register before voting in '
I. berly, (DD-520) at Norfolk for Utah Oct. 29 No
1952 Primary and General Elec
duty; Joseph Cicero, HN, depart- Vermont Nov. 1 YesS.
tions. The attached tables list the
ed for the National Naval Medical Dakota May 17 Yes
'. last date for becoming registeredin
School to attend a course 01 f Montana May 29 Yes i
order to vote this year. As final -
instruction in laboratory technique -4r- I S. Carolina June 7 No*
registration dates have already -
Kathleen Burkett HN La. June 28 No
; ; I
::, passed in some States,
: Clyde Weston, DTG2, and James N u.x Tenn. July 18 Yes
"Ii included in
those States are not
Williams, HN, were honorably Counties over 2,500
the application list.
discharged from the Naval Serv I Other Counties July 28
Voting Officers in each of the
ice. Chief Chwalek went on TAD Arizona August No .
Services have detailed information
to( Norfolk, Va., to attend a courseof I Mass. August 15 No'
about registration in all
instruction in Motor Accident Minn. August 19 Yes .'
States, and servicemen desiringto
Prevention. }q, Colorado August 25 Yes
I I vote this year should see their
The following changes in rating IN.NEW OFFICES-A switch aimed at streamlining activitiesof Utah August 26 No
Unit Voting Officers at once so
were effected April 16: William the Station Police Headquarters and Traffic Court was effected VermontSept.. 6 Yes
J. Donaldson, Paul Giambrone, this week, with the movement of the two to Building 13 that application may be made at A member of a serviceman's
at the Main Gate. Lcdr. Russell Spear, assistant Security Officer an early date and, in all cases,,
Edwin T. Prescott, Frank A assistant Chief of Police began family may register the service.
(left) and Felix Mistrot, opera before established deadlines.Final .
Smelt were advanced to IIM1. tions immediately upon their arrival _at their new headquarters. Is Absentee man.

Hannah Boggs, Greenly R. Cain, I Registration RegistrationState Absentee voting not permitted
Robert A. CareUa, Rubin D. Activities Consolidated Date Permitted? .

1 Espeseth, Albert C. Tittle and I Georgia May 3 Yes

; Theodore W. Wallace were advanced Station. Police Traffic Court MovedTo Montana Sept. 19 Yes Hypnotist Allan

1 to HM2. Other Advancements Arizona Sept. 29 'Nc

authorized were fifteen Mass. Oct. 3 No' To Perform HereOn
I New Location In Building 13The
UN's to HM3 and twenty-three Fla. Oct. 4 No

HA's to HN. Station Police Force and Traffic Court underwent a stream. La. Oct. 4 No Stage May 7-8
S. Carolina Oct. 4 No"
lining last week when all phases were consolidated and moved into
AdministrationThe Building 13 at the Main G te.u. W. Virginia Oct. 4 Yes I. Allan, internationally known '

Records' Office is happyto Indiana Oct. 6 Yes mentalist and hypnotist, bringshis
all details for.tramcviolations I
welcome two newcomers. Formerly were ironed out in I+I Main.Gate, turn .in his tag and. N. Mex. Oct. 6 Yes" I show "An Evening Out of

Alice Blair, a recent transfer then return to his job. Delaware Oct. 11 No I This World" to the NATTCen.ter .
I Building 914, also the previous
Minn. Oct. 13. Yes I Auditorium for two days.
I from Area Wage and Classification headquarters of the Station II "
Office,' and Louis Plummer, Police i usually necessitatingmany At least 15 minutes per offender Tenn. Oct. 15 May 7 and 8. Both performances

Martha Dingman is back plugging I phone calls to the Yard will be saved under the new Counties over 2,500 begin at 1930.

.j away at the F-cards after I I Office at the Main Gate. Now set-up, Lcdr. Russell Spear, Others Oct. 25 Admission is free and no tic.

an illness of several weeks. Ruby I an inter-office communications Police and Fire officer, estimated. Conn. Oct. 18 Yes kets will be required.His .

McLendon was recently promoted I II I system will eliminate these time The new location means great Alabama Oct. 20 No show, lasting two and .

I to a position in the finance sec- consuming calls. efficiency too, for the Station (Most Counties) one-quarter hours, will deal

tion from the records office. She I Police. Most of the activities of Colorado Oct. 20 Yes mostly with hypnotism, but

is filling a position created by I Traffic Court was held, in this division are now consolidated Nebraska Oct. 25 Yes will delve into the mystic art

Ida Green's resignation. Ida has the Marine Barracks, Building in a small area, whereas of mindreading and things of

adopted a baby,girl, "Paula", and I 916, but it too will beheld in the previously they were scattered VF11SKIPPERWINS that nature. The X-ray eye of

; wants to stay home with her. new location. This will also mean I throughout the station. NAVY 'E' Allan will see and reveal your
.
All hands are proud of Lt. a great saving in time lost by i 1 innermost thoughts.

Wesley M. Tillis, son of Elsie traffic offenders attending court. I NATTG Safety Head DESPITE ODDSMost

Tillis of Finance. He was credited When a car is restricted from

with damaging a MIG Easter the station as a penalty, the man Attends 6th ND Course Navy pilots find it difficult

Sunday. Six Communist planes will have his car with him and it I I to win the coveted Navy.

were shot down in four dog will take just a minute to step I Among the 60 key personnelfrom "E" in air to air gunnery with

fights high over northwest Korea into the Yard Office and turn in principal Naval and Marine all their ordnance in working order I I

equaling one of the longestjet his tag. Previously he had to Corps activities in the Sixth Naval however Comdr. Denny P t' ., -

battles on record. leave Traffic Court, go to the in- Phillips, skipper of VF11nan- A
Billie Campbell, also of fi' District completing an aged to garner the award recently

nance, is on a two weeks vaca- NATTC Band got warmed up and structor's course in Motor Ve- with half his 20mm cannon

tion visiting her home in Sara- when one came to choosing a hicle Accident Prevention, was out of commission.Due .

sota with her husband, Chief dancing partner, the Eccelectic Spero Tassapoulos, Safety Enginer to the operational failureof I I

I Larry Campbell, who recently received Club Hostesses .wero-# tops. at NATTCenter.The one of the two 20mm's that it

orders. He will leave for Tonight we look forward to a is permissable to fire in competitive ,

'. Norfolk soon for duty aboard Card Party in the RecreationHall. 40-hour course was Head-heldat exercises, Commander. Phil. yet ac e

i the minesweeper "Sea Gull':: The girls will be here Sixth Naval District lips had to try for the award at
again and the Red Cross Canteen quarters, Charleston, S. C. from with but
Yvonne Davis, of Staff Personnel April 14 to 18. 25,000 feet one gun
is ill and will be away three Corps will serve refreshments. firing.

months. While she is away Alice Next Thursday afternoon,May Rear Adm. Glenn B. Davis, In order to receive the award,

Madison will lend a hand to Staff 8, the Arthur Murray Dance In- Commandant of the Sixth Naval he had to attain a maximum I\

Henry Baughn of Disbursingwas structors will be in the' Auditor' District, told the instructors of number of hits on a target sleeve

married to Viola Tyler of ium from 1500-1600. Be "on his concern at the mounting number towed by another aircraft. _. ...
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Birmingham, Alabama, April 12., deck" if you want to learn to of traffic accidents involving With two other pilots gettingan

They are visiting New York and dance or to polish up on some of military personnel.The "E" at 25,000 feet at the same Allan

Washington on their honeymoonand those fancy steps! classes were part of a cam- time, and two receiving it at 15- Working only with volunteersfrom

Henry will return to work Thursday night at 1930 the paign by the Navy Departmentto 000 feet the only remaining altitude the audience, Allan brings .

May 1, Bingo Party in the Rec Hall will reduce the number of traffic that VF-11 hasn't received you a show designed to enter.

lie: sponsored by Post 293 of the accidents involving Navy and "E's" is at 35,000 feet. The "Red tain and mystify. He uses no

Mr. and Mrs. Martel of Leb I American Legion. 'Marine Corps personnel. Rippers" are intending to remedythis assistants whatsoever. No tricksor

anon, Pennsylvania are spend- in the near future.
i subterfuges are needed for
ing a few days of Mr. Martel's I .
the sensational mental feats
vacation in Jacksonville in order

,t to be near their son Tom, who is 1I Girl Scouts performed by Allan.
For an evening designed for
a patient on C-l Tom is much a' 4'T'
and his have your enjoyment, don't miss
improved parents
" End Camp Allan, one of America's fore
been able to see something of

Florida on this, their first trip most hypnotists.
I' Approximately 100 Senior Girl
south. Chapel.
. Scouts from Region 6, incorporating -
i Red Cross Notes North and South Carolina, Saturday morning's business

' Georgia and Florida, held a two session got underway at 0930 in
Believe it or not, there were
day encampment aboard the sta- Building 612 with a series of vocational .
28 patients with April birthdays,
celebrated last tion last weekend.The talks by professional
'
which were
girls enjoyed many of the people from Jacksonville. The
with Robert
Thursday a party.
station's recreational facilities afternoon program i included
N. Carlton, FP3, of Sarasota,
when not in group meetings discussing swimming in the indoor pool and
Ward B-5
Florida and now on Y.
and planning their fu. tours of the Naval Air Station.
proved himself "King for a Day"as
he was crowned and reigned ture vocations. The evening program was devoted

supreme at the "Birthday Table", Arriving late Friday afternoon, entirely to recreation. A

with his Queen, Miss Jerrie they had supper in the Mainside square dance was held in the
while Mess Hall before being assigned Mainside Gym from 2000 until
W y a n of Jacksonville,
Billy J. Branchfield was MC. REAR ADM. HALL VISITS *- Capt. Jesse S. McClure: (left) bunk space in a barracks in the 2230 with Boy Scouts Troops 118,

Tuesday night was another greets Rear Adm. Grover B. II. Hall, Commander Fleet Air Wing Wave area. The evening pro. 131, 2, 137, 26 and 169 as guestsof
t the Atlantic as he arrived to visit Fleet Air Wing 11 activities at gram was devoted to a panel discussion the young ladies.
the hospital
event" at ,
"big NAS last week. Admiral Hall proceeded t* Naval Station Coco
of types of Girls Scout The encampment came to(
.
4
Ball. No-
night of the Magnolia Solo, C. Z., and Naval Station. Trinidad to inspect: other Fleet Air
when the ing, held in the Station's Littler close Sunday at 1345.p .
body could sit still Wing 11 units.






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Florida Preferable To Frigid Retreat


l Urge To See World Leads To Korean War At 15-With VC-5 At 17 I[WAVEWAYS ] J<':,


,IIIf 1ttINN,. e tiisis NI
Most young men at 15 are the initiative from the NorthKorean's 'ft'
content to play basketball, go and started their After serving her tour of active :

to school and take their girlsto push toward the Manchurian duty Reserve Martha Jane f .

the local Ice cream parlorfor border. Adkins HM1, is returning to ;' l'i
civilian life, once again. The gal fi ,>
a cool drink. Not so Rob- .
from Texas left Tuesday for Hot
P. Cleveland SN of Com-
ert IN TilE PROCESS of
pursue where she
Arkansas .
Springs, "'
Five who
posite Squadron was
North Koreansto
ing the fleeing
months before
will spend a feW
fighting with the 24th Divisionin
within fifteen miles of the
she returns to her job with
Korea at that age. Yalu River the sol- ..
youthful
A 9 American Air Lines in Fort,
The adventurous young dier earned the Combat Infan- ,0. { Worth. Absence of the western f

Cleveland when only 15, got tryman's Badge, which he is drawl, typical of Martha Jane,
"
tired of it all in his home entitled to wear on his Navy will be noticed by inhabitantsof
town in Maryland and decidedto blues.
Topside East, to say nothing \'
see something of the world When the Chinese Communists of the Hospital. II .
with the U. S. Army.He flooded down from Man
of east the \
Speaking topside ,
to the Army
reported re-
churia Cleveland's divisionwas
,
abandoned "sea monster" has
cruiting office, managed to delude He -t;
ordered south. was
created quite a stir in the air t
the recruiter concerninghis one of the men involved in currents and general sentiment. ,.
age and was shortly on his
when '
famous retreat
the now
for of the ,
was expressed disposal
way to Fort Knox, Ky. for his the troops had to fight their _.'''I'':<. _<<< 1<-. '.. ,.....'"".... "'''; ..l t'y- ....'!',,,,,,, ,,. ;>" .-. ..., shell.fish. This is by no meansa
basic training.
way out. BACK IN HARNESS-U isn't much like Korea, but Robert reflection on the "fishermen'in ';'
AFTER BASIC and a leave According t o Cleveland, Cleveland, SN, of VC-5, can remember sighting-in on North Koreans the barracks, although tall wry

home, he was ordered to re- when speaking of the retreat, when he was but 15, while serving; with the 21th Infantry sea tales are preferred to actual .:...
Division.He -
port to Seattle, Wash., for fur "We never seemed to get evidence.
ther transfer overseas.A warm, it was mid winter, and was returned to Seattle, Because of his previous mil .

military transport took we were usually on short ra- given his back pay and a itary training, he received an Corn-rat yeoman Jo Skipper .
has her to -the
tions. exchanged duty
him to Japan via Alaska and travel allowance and musteredout. abbreviated time length in housewife status, effective last
the Aleutians. Within four
"boot camp" and was orderedto Monday. Charlotte Wagner of
TilE U. N. FORCES retreated
days he had reported to his
unit, the 24th Infantry 'Division to the Han River where Evidently the young Korean Jacksonville. Correspondence will soon follow t

and had landed in Pusan, they set up a defense perim- veteran hadn't had enough of He enjoys the Florida climate Jo's example as a result of Bu. .

Korea. eter. It was then that fate the service life for as soon as probably rememberingthe Pers Circular Letter No. 44-52.

His division, the "Terra played a deciding factor in he was of legal age he joinedthe time spent in the frigid Overlooked in the recent ad. .

Leaf" was ordered to the Cleveland's life. His true age Navy for a minority climes of Korea, and is fully vancement in rate announce ,

fluctuating front, south of the was revealed and the Army cruise. Cleveland remembers, prepared to spend the remain. ments was Hannah Boggs of the

38th parallel. The reinforced decided to dispense with his "The recruiters were a lot der of his enlistment in the Hospital. Apologies are extendedto '::1

Allied units managed to gain services. more careful this time". warmth and sunshine. HM2. ; ''. '

--- Maggie Schuster and CarmenJ I'':
Padro arrived home this week

BREEZESWaiter I II DISSATISFIED. HE DESIGNS Gala Jax Beach I from their leave in Puerto Rico. '.

I Maggie returned with regrets ..
: "Well, what's wrong Dance To
Open >
NEW TYPE FISHING LURE and Carmen with opposite per. ,
with the tea? You said you wanted
it weak, didn't you?" 1 I' A new type of fishing lure has : I II Navy PersonnelServicemen ceptions. Apparently, Maggie 1 !::'
became determined to design one thoroughly enjoyed her vacation _
Diner: "Weak, yes, but not been designed: by NATTCenter I I
helpless." assistant Security Officer Lt which would incorporate the good will have an op. in Carmen's home town, but _,'
William T. Gibbs. : features of all and eliminate features portunity to kick up their heel!s the little Puerto Rican was anx.

SN: "You say there's nothingthe The lure is already in limited I which he considered undesirable and weigh anchor at the dance ious to learn more of the American .

matter with me Doc?" production by a Norfolk, Va. or unnecessary. The result May 3 sponsored by the new Ja x way of life. Fine example of

Doc: "Well, your left leg is .... ,...-. was "Bill Gibb's MagicSpoon" Beach Hospitality program, to b e our "good neighbor policy", ",
.
held at the Civic Center Build *
swollen a bit, but I wouldn'tworry
.
ing located just off San Pabk NATTCenter barracks is run- r
about that. "The lure is designed to makeuse Ave., between 2nd and 3rd Sts ning in high gear preparing for .'J
SN: "If your left leg was swol- ,
of hydrostatic forces actingon at Jax Beach. the Annual Military inspection
len I wouldn't worry about it, "
it, Gibbs enlarged. "When Featuring a Navy orchestrs i which is scheduled for sometime _

neither. I retrieved very slowly it rides plus food, drink, floor shows, this week. Lt. Ball, Wave Offi

'That's a hot number," said the I high. Present lures won't ride and fun, this gala round of en cer from Memphis, will conduct

steer as they poured on the' 3v high unless pulled in rapidly. The tertainment will get underwa r the Administrative and Barracks
brand. 1fis ; 'Magic Spoon' can be used in at 2000. inspection. Personnel inspection i ig

u close cover too, by virtue of its Navy busses will bring younj! will be held on the par ad.

BMC: "Why aren't you workIng weed guard. Most bass hang out ladies fron, Jacksonville am I grounds Saturday morning. ."

?" among weeds and lily pads; go communities near the Beaches t o Prospective "green-eyed mon

SN: "I didn't see you coming." ri after them with an ordinary lure form part of the welcoming sters" for ANP( ) School armed '

and you end up with a bird's group. All Navy personnel an! with notebook and pencil are:
Gate Sentry: "Halt. Who goes nest." cordially invited to attend thi s Tommie Reed from Amarillo t" J

there?" w', The lure has proven very successful dance and all' weekly dances tha t Texas, Patricia Wright, Burling-" t.

Voice from the darkness: "You s fIT in local waters, it is said, are planned as part of the new ton, N. J., Mary Ann Vodinelich 1',\

wouldn't know meI just got though it can be used in any Jax Beach program. St. Paul, Minn., Mary Moore .. .

here yesterday." fishing grounds in the country. Near completion, a large an Long Beach, Calif., Louise Harvey ,Q'
> :at: i' J'iji .
*
I, beautiful building on the bead 1 Tampa, Fla., Jean Smith. .
WORKS -Lt. William Capt. Jones: You must avoid front at San Pablo Ave. will bused e Normal
Births I 111., Marion Schott, j f
-:- -:- Gibbs, assistant Security officer ,
at NATTCenter, proudly all forms of excitement. in the future :for thes Eggersville, N. Y., Peggy Gray
Listed below are the births as displays the nine-pound bass Comdr. Smith: Can I just look I dances "under the stars" ant Bessermer, Ala., Betty Depiero,

reported by the Naval Hospitalbetween which he recently caught using at them on the street?" during the day. Park Ridge, N J., and Marie .
the ot ]14 his newly invented fishing lure. -
period April Periou from
La.
Lafayette
The lure is seen on the right }
and April 22: I VF-22 Host To HellenicAir
Chief Electrician's t Mate Nicholas manufacturer. Royal Leaving sunny Florida for the 1
i hills of Tennessee are four ANP

Ellen L.Phillips Phillips, a and daughter Mrs. Phyllis weighing I "Necessity", in this case as in Force During Athens Visit Class( ) graduates"A" schools who at will Memphis.attend "!

most the mother of inven- .
was
9 Ibs, 4-'i; ozs. on April 14. I Navy Fighter Squadron Twen- Joyce Jordan, Beth Zimmerman
Aviation Machinist Mate 3rd : tion, Lt. Gibbs revealed. He explained cer of Fighter Squadron 337,
former unit of Car and Shirley Rittenour will under- t
ty-TwoL a
that he had become dis- I
Class Glenn A Rogers and Mrs. Royal Hellenic Air Force anc
rier Air Group 4 at Cecil take the extensive course at AT
satisfied with the performanceof
members of his
squadron aboar
Joe Ann weighing
Rogers, a son
School
entertained; the commanding; om.J while Shirley Johnson
lures he had tried and
5 Ibs. 15 oz on Apr. 15. many the USS Tarawa during the air. strikes for TD.

Corporal William Campbell, craft's visit to Athens, Greece. .

USA, and Mrs. Catherine Camp- Major E. SInouris, RHAF, anc Bataan, Corregidor Veterans

bell, a daughter weighing. 6 Ibs., members of his F-84 "Thunder. Hold Convention May 2-3-1

1/4 oz.'on Apr. 16. I iry jet" fighter squadron were in The Seventh Annual Convention '
Warrant Electrician Clint L. vited to inspect VF-22's aircraft, of the American Defenders ..
and Norma ; f Navy twin-jet "Banshee" fight
Floyd Mrs. Fay of Bataan and Corregidor will
Floyd, a daughter weighing 7 Ibs., L Aas ers, and the USS Tarawa by th be held at the Deshler-Wallick
3 ozs. on Apr. 17. Commanding Officer of VF-22,
Hotel Columbus J
Ohio on May .
'Comdr. William E.
Hospitalman 3rd Class SamuelD. Fly. 2, 3, and 4, 1952.
Collinge and Mrs. Collinge, a The two jet fighter squadron!s Theconvention will be high. "
daughter weighing 7 lbs., 1/4 oz. compared notes during the in lighted
by a banquet for all delegates -
on Apr. 17.Private spection and dinner aboard th e
and their guests on Saturday
first class Thomas E. Tarawa. Major .Sinouris and hi!5
evening 3rd.
squadron in turn invited Comdr May .f;
Fahrner, USMC, and Mrs. Glenda
F. Fahrner, a daughter weighing __ ___.mm.m_ _..__________ Fly and his squadron to lunch a't ish Air Forces during VF-22't
6 Ibs., 14 ozs. on Apr 19. INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE-Lt. Daren Hillery, Fighter the Greek Air Force base neai]r current tour in the Mediterran
Chief Aviation OrdnancemanEarl I Squadron 22, formerly a part of Carrier Air Group Four, explains Athens. ean. The Squadron has been operating
Banshee jet fighter to members of Greek Thunderjet I
the Navy
C. Frazier and Mrs. Char. i Fighter Squadron Twenly-Tw) in the Mediterranean
Squadron 337 during their visit to the USS Tarawa at Athens, .
line Adelia Frazier, a son weighing Greece. Other VF-22 man, to right of Lt. Hillrry, is Lt (Jg) has also entertained pilots of th< sine December 10, 1951 and has
9 lbs., 10ozs.. on Apr. 22. Ott Bender. French, Spanish, Italian and Brit visited a dozen ports.I .



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1 May 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five .

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VP-3, Fasten 9, VP-5, Fasron JQ9 VA-i 75 Report Pilot Of VA-4S i'


Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons Makes Coral Landing"Cake 35,000th 3-)\


l I for all hands" was the ,

2" P.3 Wolff has been with the squadron Lr order of the day aboard the '

Recently returned from the I for over three years and dur- USS Coral Sea recently when j;

..-i" NavalHospital, after a long absence ing that time has been in charge Ensign Stephen J. Ledogar of j"

., from the hangar is Don of the administrative office. The Attack Squadron 45, made the
'
t r '*H Dowling, AD3, who underwent squadron will miss the likeable 35,000th landing aboard that

two operations for a throat in- yeoman who has done a lot toward ship. '

jury. All's well now and Don is making Patrol Squadron The Jacksonville squadronwas I
ready for duties in squadron ac- Three one of the Navy's top operating aboard the 1

tivities. units. > Coral Sea, one of the Navy's \

, ,. A "welcome aboard" was ex- Taking leave the past week three largest aircraft carriersin
tended Edwin Tabler, AL1, last were Leo Sullivan, HM1, who'll Carribean waters. It is the
week when he reported for duty spend 15 days in the Motor City, second time that a VA-45 pilot
aboard USS Cabot, CVL 28. Har- while 10 day leaves were taken has made a "thousandth land
'
i... old C. Field, HMC, also 'checked by Norman Roberts, ATS, to Mo- ing" since the squadron was '
in last week after a tour with bile, Ala., and George Ligon, commissioned in September

!'. the USNH Jacksonville. Richmond, Va. Lem Johnson 'in- 1950. ,
'
: VP-3's loss is another's gain so vaded Blue River, Ky for. 13 Ensign Jack E. Speiser
> ': it, would seem as Glenn Bills, days.: made the 5,000th landing

: :. ALt, was transferred to CNAAT The ,ATAL "B" School, Mem- aboard the USS Oriskany last
NAS Corpus Christ!; Savannah phis, Tenn.- is the present sta- spring during qualification ex-

J Greene, ADAN, reported to NAS tion of Henry Holden, ALC, and -- ercises off Jacksonville.

', Anacostia, D. C. and Floyd N. Joseph McMullin, ALC, who are "LET 'EM EAT CAKE"-Capt. Robert Pirie, commanding of-
2 Serabla, ALl, transferred to NAS there bn TAD orders. fisff of the USS Coral Sea, congratulates George R. Price, AD3,
Patuxent River, Md. f6r further James Richards, AL3, and of VA-45, plane captain of the Douglas AD aircraft which made Walter Solak, John Flynn, Law-
1: transfer to Commander Middle Jqhnny Thurmond, AL2, are the 35,000th landing aboard the carrier, while pilot Stephen J. rence Doyle, William Hope,
Ledogar of VA-45 looks on. George Bowen, Darrell Eudy,
East Force last week. taking Radar training at Faetu ---
While-not a permanent loss, Lant Norfolk. man squad. Representatives are: by Lt, (jg) Richard E. Picton Harry Gumbert, Reed McKinney; ,

Roland Rosini, ATS, departed on a'Fasron Glenn C. Mongeon, AM3; JesseL. and F. E. Muller, ADC, men now Robert Dorton, John Duffey,
' TAD orders to FaetuLant NAS 9 Stagg, SN; John E. Bareswilt; going up for a particular rate Billy Landreth, Franklin Merson,

Norfolk, Va., for training. In the field of sports, Cecil Dallie B. Strickland, AMC; Wil- are given a thorough quiz on Gerry Hynes, and David Dreher.

) ) Looking forward to hangar Field has been playing headsupall liam M. Gilmore, SA; David W. every phase of professional requirement Those advanced to pay grade

a; duty now is Lowell Gilbert, AA, the way. In the City Men's Kelly, AM3, and Jack T. Ather- E-5 were: Lester Gottberg, Louis

s who returned from compartment Softball League, Cecil has won 8 ton, AK2. Previously only two tests were Ferrero, Donald Degen, and Har-

.. cleaning while William Hendry, out of 10 games played; down- In the baseball lineup, Cecil given, one covering military sub- old Canty. Advancing to pay
:-, AMAN, replaced him on Chief ing McDuff Hardware twice, one playing .500 ball despite the 3 jects and one professional. Nowa grade E-6 were: William Vickers,
.
: .: .. Howard Quistorf's barracks win each over Fasron-6, Happy's losses out of the past four games separate exam is given cover- Eugene Hill and Harold Williams.

'; crew. Sport Shop, Telephone Union, played. Robins Air Force team ing each professional require- "
Expecting to leave sometime and 2'wins over the Lakeshore departed last weekend with two ment. One particular rate, that Fasron 109

w in May is Wallace Wolff, YN1, Baptist Church. Their defeats victories, and their other loss of mineman, calls for 22 tests on The stork became a little more
; who has orders to report for duty came from PatWingOne of going to McDuff Hardware. professional subjects. active in Fasron 109 this week in -
o t\ Mainside and the Hospital. bringing a 6 pound, 10 ounce girl .
with Chief, Armed Forces Special Cecil's winning game came Offering every man an excel-
... Weapons Project, Washington Seven men from Fasron-9 com against the Jax Giants, an independent lent opportunity to equip him to the home of Millard H. Mor-
r':' D. C. plement help make up the 15f semi-pro squad, 5-4. self for fleet wide examinationsin row, AEM1, and wife.Congratulations .

the Navy, the new program to LawrenceM.
Sullivan PR2, who recently
,
f : : :i ft'-< Completing VP-5 the seemingly end- utilize provides professional each man knowledge a chance to in shipped over for six, and a "wel-

t/ ::> : less examinations on militaryand civilian fields upon discharge come aboard" to Leroy E. Sulli-
van, BMC, and Clifford M. Johnson -
Iltts 1i professional subjects, 70.. from the service.
t '4"J 3' k'" .:' vt 11,1. ADC, who reported for duty
M. r-.it dY men attached to VP-5 have realized Among those earning advance this week.
immediate benefits from the ment in rating to pay grade E-3
It's good to see James Lanich,
a
new squadron educational pro were: Joseph Teevan, Ralph
SN, and Robert Warnecke, DCFN, ,
Brooks, Leroy Beischer, John
gram.
around the hangar again after
l Excluding those up for CPO, Milson, William White, James returning I from RadiologicalSchool
taking Babcock, Donald Zahn, Norbert
60.3 per-cent of the men
at NOB, Norfolk, Va.
examina- Lukaszewski, Wilton Johnson
i rating advancement In the field of softball, the
risen and Edward Jones.
tions have already one
started its
;squadron big guns
ladder of ad- Those advancing to pay grade
f more step up the booming this week and defeated
,I vancement. E-4 were: Adrian Varner, Donald .
S FaetuLant and VA-175 to the
1 set Nicholson, James Highley,
Under the new program, up ;une of 11.0 and 14-1 respectively -

:
; a eA Confusing!
r s S
Linwood Gray led the team

[ 3 ,;4 50nh cC luring the second game with 4

Look TwiceTo hits for 4 times at the plate and
You Have To
topped it all off with a homer.
t
No less spectacular was Robert -
Separate VC-5 TwinsNewcomers McElhany's 9 strike out pitch-

bt ing performance and James Car-
n to Composite i Tnchel's bases loaded triple in
THOSE ADVANCEMENT GRINS Satisfaction at having Squadron Five literally do a sonville. he closing minutes of the game.
been recently advanced in rate is evidenced by smiles on faces of double take when they first Their careers will coincideonce Charles Petty, deciding that
personnel of Flag Administrative Unit, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville again when they leave
'. Promoted to new rates were, left to right: Everett Minton, come face to face with brothers the service at the end of May. he fielders needed a rest, turned -
f" YN3; George Lightfoot, SOl; Don Saari, AK3; Willis Robbins, AK3; Charles and Chester Pitlick, Both intend to take up pros !! in a no-hit, no-run pitching
John Ladd, AK3; and John Sewalk, DM3. I both AE2's, identical twins, performance during the first
.t pecting in their native Wash- i
who so closely resemble each 'I (Please Turn to Page 8, Col.
ington.
'
other that even people who
PresidentExtendsEnlistmentMonths know them well are continually -


"I For All Services The confused.only noticable differencein kI

* 't9 the brothers is that Chester

Ij J An executive order signed by the President has extended en- wears a crew cut while Charles

* listments an additional nine months if they are due to expire between wears his hair long.

July: 1, 1952 and June 30. 1953. To show the similarity not r 4z..P$1J'e 5)r

.' The nine-month period, how- only in their appearance but
ever, is a maximum. According strength it was felt that nine in the way they think, neither sad y.
J months would be adequate.The and can remember who origi-
to the Defense Department, personnel -
&:r might be released earlier order affects all compon- nally thought of entering the

depending upon the international ents of the Armed Forces on active Navy
and inactive duty including Their leisure time\ habits also
not affect
: situation. The order does '
i reservists and national guardsmen. coincide. On a recent 28-day
'; the Jollowing:
.t I' I. Personnel inducted through It does not, however, affect leave, both' went for a pro-
', Selective Service. tours of activeduty for reservistsand longed fishing expedition in

2. Personnel whose enlistments national guardsmen. the south of Florida.
have previously been extended. They entered the Navy simul-

." 3 Selective Service registrantswho In making the announcementthe taneously and went 'through
voluntarily enlisted for 24 Department of Defense has recruit training at San Diegotogether
months. pointed out that "it is essentialto before being assignedto

have experienced and highly VC-5 while the squadronwas _.....m 'm .._.. .._' ._ ___.._ ,_ ,_ ,ft .._
This is the third time the Pres- trained men retained on active at Moffet Field, Calif.
extended enlistments. duty in order to bring "seasoning' They remained with the unit WHO'S WHO-Even without using the mirror, Charles J.
ident has
Pitlick, AE2 (right) of Composite Squadron Five can find exactly -
I ,5t transferred to
into active units and con- when was
I extensions were for
Formerly what he looks like Behind the frame with his arms foldedis
one year, but since the Servicesare tinue training programs for re- Norfolk Naval Air Station his identical twin brother, Chester Pitlick, AE2, of the same
approaching authorized J cruits.-(FPS. ,). and later when it came to Jack squadron. .
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Pistolmcn' Cop Honors 1' ., :: i

At Daytona BeachJohn .>:.'
.'
Lucas ADC and Bob '" '
i : .
.
:
Stringer, AKC, outshot.a field -
of Florida Peace Officers in a $}

pistol meet at Daytona Beach,
Fla. last Thursday.
..
Lucas, won the match with a ,
296 using a ,38 cal. revolver and I
Stringer had a 294 with his .45
automatic pistol, the only .45 on ,
the" firing line. l'
Joh- I !L
With Charvat I i I I Ben Preston, AO1, fired a 291
Over the past two months the Jax Air News has been and Melvin Bell, ACC, a 286. ,

publishing a series of feature articles on recreational facili- i I

ties at the Naval Air Station. It is interesting to note the Ben .. *
number of people who have taken up the "stay aboard and Sobieraj : .

save money" policy by exploring and using these advantages.

Stories thus far have covered the hobby shop, swim- Cops Beach

ming pools, squash courts, tennis courts, golf courses and
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These articles have been written for the benefit of sta- racketmen dominated BEATS TilE THROW-John McCaffrey, who doubles at pitchIng -
tion personnel as a means of acquainting them with the ad- in and the outfield for the Fliers, crosses' first base just before
play the recent Jax Beach
vantages set up in their behalf and if you've failed to read ten the ball reaches the outstretched glove of Camp LeJeune's Frank
nis tournament as team members Seastrand. In spite of getting aboard, McCaffrey did not scoreas
them it would profit to pick back copies of the
you up paper cornered every title possible, in the Marines downed tbe Fliers, 6-1, in the first of two games
and find out just exactly what to do and where to go during singles, doubles and mixed dou last week. The Marines took the second, 4-3.
your off hours.
** bles.Ben
Sobieraj of the Fliers '
Waves Hustle Win Over Raiford RunsFliers'
pulled the big upset of the contest
This writer was on hand Thursday night to witness the when he defeated teammate

Wave Softball nine battle a highly touted MacMichaels Sun- Leon Wilson, 6-1, '7-5, for the
dries squad and the local lassies put on quite a performance singles championship. Wilson, the Record 10 10-13
.: under the arcs of the Varsity diamond. defending champion is playing _

.1' Last 'year the MacMichael entry copped the City Girls' coach on the Flier varsity. net Portsider John Carsello madean ---
Softball League title. The Waves finished second. squad. auspicious debut with the Jax : series with Georgia .

Play this year features five contingents and coaches Sobieraj proved it was' not a Navy Fliers last Sunday as he i Teachers, College Monday and 14 14lwogame
Tex Goodson and Bob Greene are hopeful that their chargeswill fluke by first defeating Andrew blanked Raiford Prison, 1-0, on I Tuesday of this week.

ow lio in thp t1.inLof &rwmnonf' prmfontlnn" nil -coacnnif VIM a. Ziebe, seeded No. 2 in the 'tour U'fives_ _wutforpH__H__ __ _hitcThn____. ____ .Inhale..___ Score Early
tie and-de 'fe'a indication, the; Waves; ilii g lat nament to pave his way to the. were able to garner but three in Navy's lone tally against Rai-

every outing. final contest. lie has not lost a I their second win of the season ford came in the third without a
match in competition this season. -Brock
over the Tigers.A hit as Dick walked and
Need Other Navy men in the contest
Cooperation two-game series with the scored later as 'Carsello walked
Intramural softball got underway last week with fast were Jack Webb and Dave Lewis Charleston Naval Base is slated and Bill Zeigler was safe on a
action in both leagues giving promise of close competition who went down to Sobieraj and for Mason Field Friday and Sat fielders choice to drive in the
Wilson in the finals of the doub-
throughout the month-long season. urday, pending i confirmation, run. -
les and Jay
However, intramural play doesn't end on the diamondas Thompson coupled while Monday and Tuesday the Carsello struck out five and Issued -
with Bob Chartrand who bowedto
many team directors imagine. The morning following a locals are on the road "with Warner no walks as only two run
Lewis and Webb in
game, with the exception of Friday, the official score bookis tournament. early the I Robins Air Force Base. ners reached second base, the

required to be turned in to the Special Services office, : The Rollins College Tars banged Fliers' infield flawless for the
Fighting to another win in the
topside in Building 930, a. matter which has been neglectedtoo mixed doubles Julianna away at Navy pitching for a first time this se.asoll.
Copeland -
frequently thus far. joined Wilson to cop the 7-2 win earlier in the week after Rollins' came from behind a %.
Cooperation is asked of all managers in seeing that this third event in which Navy men which the Camp Lejuene Ma- 0 deficit in the seventh to knot

job is carried out for without this help scores cannot be came out on top. They won by default rines swept through the locals the count and go ahead on a pairof
]posted and standings computed for publication and records. from Corinne Rogers and for a pair of wins, 6-1 and 4-3. runs in the eighth and threein
r" Andrew Ziebe. Results were not available on the the ninth for their 7-2 win.

[v;\.. Horse Sense The final scheduled
match for Righter Starts
: The run for the roses, the annual Kentucky Derby, i is the Fliers was with the U. of Warman Steals ShowIn Phil Rightet'-' started for the locals .

just around the corner, Saturday, May 3, and it brings to Florida yesterday. To date they NATTG Bowling and was relieved "by Ziegler -.
mind the story of a race horse owner who had a nag he have suffered one loss in 7 in the eighth after one run
didn't want to sell. matches at the hands of the After final statistics had been had scored, Roy Duenas erring

Another owner offered him $500 for the animal and Gators. compiled* in the NATTC kegling four times in the last three
gradually stepped up the price to $750, $1,000, $1,500 and league Stan Warman wound up frames.

finally to $2,000, his top offer. The owner said he'd thinkit Waves with two titles for the season's Both clubs collected seven hits;
over. ReadyFor rolling, taking honors in the high but
the Fliers failed to take ad-
The horse died that night and the owner did a bit of series with a 572 and a total ser- vantage of their scoring oppor..
fast figuring. Calling up the man who was anxious to make SeasonWith ies average of 181.3. tunities leaving nine runners

the purchase, he asked if he still wanted the horse. the City Girl's Softball High game for the School boys stranded.

"For $2,000, yes," was the reply. League underway the Jax Navy Emmet was a 229 Carlson game'put during together league by Bob Grim, formerly with Kansas .

v- "Okay," said the owner. "But the only reason I'm. selling entry continued to find time for City in the American Association
play. ..
'. him is because I have to go out of town. I'll drop by for practice sessions as they looked struck out 10 as the
; the check and you can pick up the horse later." forward to their non-loop tilt Camp Lejeune Marines defeatedthe

t. The seller remained out of the city for a couple of with United Television Friday Fliers 6-1 and the followingday
weeks. When he returned one of the first men he encountered night at Glen Myra Park. the Leathernecks capitalizedon

c. was the purchaser, who, far from being burned up was Last night the Waves opened j: : a sieve-like' Navy infield fora
very amiable. their league schedule against a. 4-3 win and a sweep of the

"I'm sorry about the horse," the former owner said. MacMichael's Sundries under the r series.
"Why?" lights on the Murray Hill dia- Grim held the Fliers at bay as
f "Because he. died." mond but a score was not available his mates pounded Ken Petersonfor

"Oh, that Don't worry. I made a profit on the deal." at press time. ,s :.O: 41v 11 hits while the locals could
In *
"You did? How?" a practice game with Mac- muster but five.
Michael's last Thursday, the girlsin
"I raffled him off and sold 10.000 chances at $1 a throw. blue Lose To Lejeune,
were defeated 12-6 the
And the only person who was sore about it was the man visitors as A pair of runs in both.. ..
: scored early and then
who won-and I gave him back his buck." put the damper on Coach TexGoodson's first and second iced the that I
for the visitors as the
charges.
Visit With 'Marines Still lacking balance both at could count only a single markerin

Pete Larghey, leftfielder for the Camp LeJeune Marine the plate and in the field the I the third, Peterson scoring as

nine which swept a two-game series from the Fliers last Waves are showing great improvement I bases Grim loaded.walked Duenas with the

week, spent some time in the office last week talking service in each game as they '
baseball to this writer over a cup of coffee. strive to exceed the second place Navy held a 2-1 advantageinto
: ..
,
One of the six officers playing with the Leathernecks, finish in the. City League last 1 E. the fifth inning of the sec-

Larghey related the results of the first half of LeJeune's year. .ond game before the Marines
trip through the south that found them bowing twice to knotted the count and went on to
both the Parris Island Marines and the Camp Gordon Army Ping: Pong ManagersTo score twice in the seventh as
Jim
Coughlin let a ground ball
squad before reaching Jacksonville. Meet May 2 go through his legs with the
Immediately following their series here the Marinesleft All interested NAS activitiesare 4'J sacks full.:
for a single game with Patrick AFB and a pair with urged to attend
a meeting A rally in the eighth fell one
NAAS Sanford. their record standing 10-8., May 2 in Building 930 at 1000, to short for the Fliers. Bob..Stefan-
"Parris Island is the best club we'll meet all season," discuss the formation of a ping ich drew life on an error to
open
Larghey said. "They've got well balanced power in every pong league with points for the the inning and scored after John

department, dotted" with major league performers throughout Iron Man Trophy LOVELY SKIN If you're McCaffrey had walked, Duenas
the diamond. A ping pong tournament for counting 011 this out.. singled and Bill Schucken one
The locals meet Parris Island on the road for two games individual competitors will be fit, you're miss the beauty ofCorinne based, the relay catching McCaf. t

June 23-21 and then host the Marines. Mason Field July held at a later date, but the has the leopard Calret skis She you'd certainly lore frey at the plate and Duenas at
1041. meeting i Is for team entries only. to touch / third for a double play.

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VF-11' NATTC, 109 Whal'll You Have? .


p Pace Intramural- Golf Everything Anything In The WayOf
,
M Intramural golf is dominated

Jn the National league by Fas- Athletic Gear Available HereWhat'll

ron 109 who leads the pack with

'_ .. 24 points while the Junior circuit you have-in: the way of athletic equipment, that is?

: is dominated by Training Ask ana you shall receive: just :
base make it easy to get a game
I and VF-11, both entrenched in a about anything for your favorite I I
going anytime.
first place tie with 25 points sport at the athletic gear lockersat ?
apiece. either NATTC or NAS. i To shoot an arrow into the air

The 109ers have picked up 2 Right now the emphasis is on i all you need is an arrow since

points over their' closest rivals, softball, baseball and fishing at I Special Services at Mainside has

1 Fasron Six in this week's .competition both commands with, both Spec- a stock of bows ready for issue.
A .
after being in a tie fort ial Services offices having stocked a

, last week. up on fresh and salt water Other gear located in the various -

" AMERICAN LEAGUE gyms such as weight lifting
'first rods and reels. Even cane polesare
rC Training :ltd 25VF11 being supplied. apparatus and,boxing gloves and

25 available for bags can be checked out for use
Shrimp nets are

MedIei. -Adm.-Nab 6 19 SB'A !rfT anyone's use. Shrimping' is a but cannot leave the building.

ComKulrJax 12VJ Z .1" sport that can pay big dividendsin Sweat suits and tennis shoesare
t
(.' VC-5-VJ-2 31OAKSpeclal __ for the varsity team
StnlcftNATIONAL 6 Florida. Any fish market is ready

(";. I.KAGVK; r liable to buy your catch or may- members but cannot be suppliedto
-
Fasron 109 Ft 24*. be you gal will whip up some everyone. Personnel wishingto

Fasron 6 ilHoftpltxl 22HAKTU ""fries". participate in one of the major

:L'lC'ACJ17 sports can join a team and all

A W.ll.VP-861 19r 15'4\' Rackets and balls for tennis, the necessary gear is on hand for

Operations-Public NATTC-Adm. Works 10'4 11' squash or ping pong and birdies, them.

a t nets and rackets for badmintonare Footballs, and other seasonal

ready for individuals who equipment will be available when

\ Tars Open 7DaySeries ...- --.............- will amble over to Building 930 the season rolls around.

at Mainside or 513 at NATTC and
"SHRIMP NETS ARE GOING"-Charlie Noble, PISA (left), Articles checked out may be
MondayA of the 6th ND Printing Office, checks out a shrimping net from check them out. kept for a period of three daysat

the NAS Special Services athletic gear locker. Eddie Valery AD3, Softballs and bats, of which NAS and over the weekend at
solid week of diamond en- checks the net before issuing. Such equipment and athletic gear there has, been a considerabledrain
in local which practically phase of sports, are available to NATTC. The rules for returninggear
tertainment is store for cover every are still on hand and the
baseball fans as the Jacksonville all personnel at the Naval Air Station who can draw out gear various diamonds around the should be complied with,
, from the NAS and NATTC gear lockers. since other personnel want to
Tars, of the Class A. South At-
use the equipment also.
lantic League, open a seven-day
.
home stand Monday in a single Softball NineUnbeaten
Hours for checking out fishing
with at the
game, Savannah
poles at NATTC are as follows:
Myrtle Avenue park.? In Monday, 0710-0800 and 13001800and

Augusta sends its entry here -
Tuesday through Friday
for a three game series Tues- SportsAN from 1300-1600 at Building 527.

day, May 6, and the Montgomery City ActionWith
Building 513 is the storehousefor
Greys invade the local park for
equipment and is
single games Friday and Satur- a trio of wins already un- other open
from 1300-2030 Monday through
day and a doubleheader Sunday. der their belts in Men's City
Friday Saturday from 10002030and
,
Special "Baseball Park" busses Softball League competition the

leave downtown Jacksonville Jax Navy varsity will go for I On Sunday from 1300-2030.

during each home game and return number four tomorrow night i AE Students TopIn The NAS gear locker is open

following the CWA under the from 0800-1130 and 1300-1630
immediately when they try on .
game, the first pitch slated for arcs of Lackawanna Park. Center Softball Loopand Monday through Friday.

2000 the week and 1430 Features such as these are
during Al Gonyea hurled one-hit ball

on Sundays. Starting time for for his second shutout of the sea- Remaining at the top of the I worthwhile only as long as theyare
First Lieutenant, 18-4, as AirCraft taken advantage of.
Sunday double headers is 1330. son as the Fliers posted their heap in NATTC intramural soft- .
blanked
Maintenance Supply I
most recent win.. a fi.ft drubbing ball play this week by virtue of
12-0, and AK School edged :
; ,
Fliers Sporting of Happy's Sporting Goods last keeping their loss columns clear Personnel, 11-10. Varsity Golfers

Friday ANP( ) and AE Schools each col-

Scoring early the locals were lected a fifth win. Special Services-First Lt. pickup -
Perfect RecordIn their 5th win in 6 tries Wed- Forced Into 1st
the
never headed as they pushed In a protest game between
across two runs in the second, two leaders which as of now has nesday at the expense of AirCraft !

I City League three in the fifth and one in the not been settled, ANP( ) School Maintenance, 31. Althoughthe Tie Of SeasonJa
AK School
sixth. downed the Electricians, 7.3, Medics and play-
:
ed their second of the week x Navy linksmen were
/ Currently sporting a perfect Score Twice while the ANP) Ships company game
slate in the Jacksonville their score was not turned in. forced into their first tie this sea-
City Gene Horton and Rollyn Trot- had a field day over the Marines,
Fliers looked with In the third game of the day, AE son on the Dubsdread golf courseat
League the ter singled to open the second 18-1. In the other game of the
to its tilt this blitzed Supply, 10-0. Rollins in a three way match
eager anticipation and socred after Charles Wheeler day Personnel rocked AO Ships
a a with the collegians and Orlando
evening with Hardage & Sons on skied and Les McElyea one Co. with their fifth defeat, 11.6,
ended the week's AFB last week. The locals closed
the Woodstock damond and a. based.In in Tuesdays action. Thursday action -
with McDuff as the Marines collected 6-6, with the college team and
Sunday engagement the fifth John Adams and a a a
Field.In their second win at the expenseof trounced Orlando, 10%-1%.
Hardware on Mason Gonyea hit safely before Bradley Monday started action for the
the AO Students, 6-5, ANP( ) In spite of shooting even par.
their first two outings Navy Treinnick popped to first. Louis week with the Medics bowing to
coasted to their 5th victory, tak- Gene Towry, newcomer to the
pitchers set back the oppositionon Iozzino forced Gonyea at second, a combine of Special Services
ing it from Personnel, 6-2, and Navy squad, dropped all three
a combined total of two hits. Adams scoring.
points in his match with Rollins'Billy
AO Ships Company smacked ANP
Pickett walked and Hor-
John Cliff
McCaffrey spun a onehitter -
age.The marked the second ( ) Ships Company, 7-3. Keys who was medalist
win
load
in the 9-0 win over Post No. ton was hit by the pitcher to
with 68. is real
blanked his foe Towry a comer,
the sacks, Trotter following with time Gonyea had Sandings
9 and in the most recent victory
after shooting 45 holes he is
one
Gordon Lassila tamed R. C. his second base hit to drive in on one hit, the first registeredin Sea ((50
against ANP) Students 0 1. over par in team competition.
Motors, defending league cham- two runs. the season's opener AE Students 5 0 1,000
Ken Sutton 2%
won points
5 1 .833
pions, 10-1, also one one-hit. Get Unearned Run McDuff Hardware. rrra1''ri.Lt.: \ 4 2 :.6416ANIP from Rollins Bill Foulk .
dropped
Wildness by the foe gave the Happy's loaded the bases in the ) Ships Co. 3 4, .448 1
Durrance walked to open the Medical 2 3 .400 2&, and was Navy medalist withan
Fliers) an unearned run in the fifth with two away, but Gonyea AO School 2 4, .3.U:
sixth for the Motormen and 70 for the
even day.
AK Students 2 4 ,333:
hitter claimingseven
hit and in the fanned the next ,
sixth without a 2 .333
scored on a triple by shortstop Supply : : Total team points found Jax:
the entire 2 .3.33I'eraonnel
Pickett singled but was strike outs over Marines
Nichols for the only hit off Lasil- seventh I 1 ::5 .166 Navy out in front with 16%
stealing, causing no dam- route. AO Ships Co. 1:5: .166
caught
la, who retired the losers in order while Rollins carded 16 and Orlando -


a;. t Lassila five times.struck out no less than Seven Unbeaten In NAS Diamond Actionwas 3Vi.Boasting. of 12 wins, 3 losses

10 and walked only three as he and 1 tie the locals face Florida

continued to be the most im- State University and Fort Ben-

proved "thrower" on the Fliers Seven teams emerged from the gain a forfeit from VF-173, in postponed. ning in a'three-way match next
I .
encounters. week at Tallahassee.
staff. American League
week of action in the NAS
first
McCaffrey walked and movedto Closing the week's play Photo .
intramural Softball leagues with Lab and O&G won forfeits from AMERICAN LEAGIK
second on a balk with one Play in the National Leaguewas Team Vf L
down in the third and scored on unblemished records. Hospital a inaugurated Wednesday as O&R and Communications, re- VP-5 2 0
favorite is includedin spectively and Commissary de- ,VJ-2 2 0
Dick Brock's single. Las s i 11 a pre-season Operations outslugged Supply, F Jax9 20
feated Dispensary, 12-7 Hospital Com F
1 1
the listing.In
forced Brock at second, but Bill 24-21; O&R defeated Commissary, VF-171 1 1
American League VJ-2, blanked Supply, 16-0, and NAR- HAVV-1 1 1
Zeigler was safe on an error to the 10-0; NARTU scuttled the Photo
FASRON
TU edged 1st Lt. 10-7. SU 1 1
drive in the second run, JimCoughlin's Fasron 109 and VP-5 show wins Lab, 11-1; Dispensary blasted 1st VP-861 1 1

double plating Zeig- in their first two outings while in Lt. 19-7, and Hospital won a forfeit Highlighting the first week of VF-17.1 VF-174, 0 0 1 1

the National League, Hospital, from Communications.In activity was the 3-0 win postedby VF-175 FAETULant! 0 2

ler.A trio of runs crossed in the NARTU, Operations and O & G their second wins VP-5 de- VP-5 over HAW-1 at Albe- NATIONAL IJCAGVK 0 2
marle Field in which Roscoe Team W L
undefeated. VJ-2
ComFairJax 14-8
are feated ;
fourth as the losers issued five NARTU 2 0
walks and a wild pitch without Opening day games Tuesdaysaw pounded VF-171, 11-3; and Fas- Griggs pitched no hit ball for the Operations Hospital 5 1 o 0

being touched for a hit. VP-5 blank HAW-11, 3-0; ron 109 mauled VA-175, 14-1, winners. 0&0 ,' "

Single runs counted in the fifth ComFairJax edge VF-174, 9-8; while first wins were notched by Griggs struck out six as he was OAR Photo Lab 1 ;1

t a and sixth and a pair of Fliers Fasron 109 an easy victor over HAW-1, 7-6, pver Fasron Six and in complete charge all the way, Commissary Dispensary 1 1 1 1

crossed in the ninth.to insure the FAETULant, 11-0; Fasron Six VP-861, 8-2, over FaetuLant. The f only two balls hit out of the infield FAW-U IX 021st 0 2

win. down VP-861 6-5; and VF-171, game between VF-173 and VF-174 during S the game. Supply 1 91 l 2 i


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: Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 1 May 1952-

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Qualified Leaders KNOW YOUR

mmmm DEFENSELEADERS
C Sought Replace

(Items offering for sale articlesof
such washing uIr Scout VacanciesThe
property as ma
(By Armed Forces Press Service) !
chines, automobiles, furniture, radios of
scouting organizations (This is the fourth in a series
and the like
clothing are
the Naval Air Station are in )t articles dealing with the nat
Defense
prohibited by Department
This column need of capable and interested ion's top Defense leaders.)
regulations. leaders. Committees and leadersof
will, however, list such servicesas here Frank Pace Jr.
the scouting program are
rides wanted Formerly serving as Directorf
available housing, attached
provided from personnel -
lost and found articles, and to the local commands. These ) the Bureau of the Budget
Yank Pace Jr. was nominated
other similar notices)
men must be replaced from timeto
President Truman as Secre-
FOR RENT /
time as personnel are detached *
3rm. furn. apt., 2075 Hyde Park :ary of the Army March 30, 1950.
from duty in this area.
Rd., Mrs. B. C. Overby, Ph. 2- :ie was sworn into office April' .
1496. The scouting units hope to receive 12, 1950. I(

4-rm. & bath furn. garage at:1, applications from qualifiedmen No newcomer to the Services

$50 per mo. 1280 Cassatt, Mrs. for the following billets: :Secretary; Pace entered the Armyn

Mueller, Ph. 29779. I Troop Committeemen assistant 1942 as a second lieutenant

Turn garage apt. $70 per mo. : } Scout Masters, and Merit Badge I ind served with the Air. Trans-

Available May 7, Avondale. Counselors. I)ort Command of the Army Air

f T. E. Ph. 8- s Since the beginning of the ]'orce for four years, during
Mrs. Highsmith I .;.# ;"'.f:&,,_<<'In(';, :_$fo 11 1I\t.1\ __
5526. scouting program at the Naval ,vhich time he rose to the rankf
READY TELEPHONE LOUNGE-James Steed, representativeof
Will share 5-rm. home. 3047 Col- Southern Bell Telephone Company, supervises installation of Air Station five years ago, scouting ) major.
.
lege. Nona Coson. Ph. 23552. the switchboard in the new telephone exchange and lounge at has grown from a scout troopto

Furn. apt. Murray Hill. Mrs. Bal- I NATTCenter. Completing the installation. is Sam Herrington. The include a Cub pack and an Explorer Horn In Little Rock, Ark, in

lentine. Ph. 81760. new facility opens today. unit, in addition to the 912, he was graduated from
ligh school at the age of 14. He
Furn. 5rm. & bath apt. $75 per NATTC Personnel Make Phone troop. from Princeton .
I vas graduated
mo. 1915 Woodmire Drive, These units conduct their business

Fairfax. Mrs. Acheson. Ph. 8- Calls In Lounge AtmosphereA and training in the Scout Jniversity in 1933 and from
:lanyard Law School in 1936.
4267. Hut, Building 612. Membership
new telephone exchange i He his in public
Furn. single rm. 2937 AlgonquinSt. At the opening at 1900 today, in the three units is large, and began career
and lounge will be opened at I ;ervice as Arkansas' assistant
Mrs. W. C. Parrish. i ranking Navy officers of this morale is excellent. The programof
Traini
the Naval Air Technical I listrict attorney for the 12th D lariat
Furn. single rm. 3642 Ernest St. ing Center this evening. I area and officials of the Southern advancement and approved : in 1936. Appointed general
Mrs. Neal. Ph. 2-8126 before projects continues with regularity.
The first of its kind in the I Bell Telephone companywill :ounsel for the Arkansas State t.\
0800 & after 1800. .
state of Florida, its capacity is make a brief inspection of )cpt. of Revenues in 1938, he
3rm. furn. apt. semi-pvt bath, interested in
such as to permit a long-dis the layout. A ribbon sealing the Navy personnel won 20 of the 21 cases he argued
available May 1. 2854 Corinthian
tance telephone call to be made entrance to the lounge will be actively supporting this program )efore the Supreme Court of
Ave. Mrs. Roy J. Miller. should the Scout
contact Troop
by every student in the NAT cut, and a free call to any partof Arkansas. Prior to entering the
Will share home, garage. 3628 Committee I Chairman, Capt.
TC Airman Preparatory Schoolin the country will be awardedto ;ervice, he was a member of a
Ernest. Murray Hill. Mrs. Rose Charles A. Dittmar Senior Station
the course of a week. this week's Honor Studentof iw firm in Little Rock, Ark.
Ruff. Ph. 25537. the Airman School. Chaplain, at Building 750 or .

Furn. 3rm. bungalow. 703 Plainfield The lounge will be open phone extension 425. For a short time after the war,

Ave. Crange Park. Mrs. Mondays through Fridays from Ir. Pace vas special assistant to.he
CHILD TRAINING
Schultz. 1530 to 2230 and on Saturdaysand Attorney General in the
Single furn. rm., pvt. bath. 1760 Sundays, from 1000 to 2230. MOVIES 'HIT' WITH Carrier Air Group 'axation Division of the Dept. of

Oleander Place, Fairfax Manor. The Southern Bell Telephone PATIENTS, PARENTSIn (Continued from Page 1)air ustice.

Mrs. Bird, Ph. 23929. Company, installer of the facility of clinic group. I' lie also served as executive as-

4-rm. unfurn. apt. 3659 Riverside. has provided a lounge a recent mothers census attending Lcdr: Cheney came from duty !;istant to the Postmaster General
patients and I
$65 per mo. Contact Mrs. Bur which is furnished with of Attack Uni-
comfortable the weekly movies at the as executive officer I nd as vice president of the
rows after 1830. chairs, writing tables, Squadron 45 which is homebasedat ersal Postal Union.
Naval Hospital, an overwhelming
FOR SALE and magazine racks. Writing indicated Cecil Field. Mr. Pace married the former
majority
Unfurn. 5-rm. house. G. I. equity. paper and the latest magazinesare their primary interest was in In addition to Air Group 10 I 1 largaret Janney of Philadelphiai

$38.64 per mo. 2955 WickwireSt. available fOr passing away films on child'training and behavior personnel at the commissioningthere i 1940. They have two daughters,

West Jax. F. H. Hodella. the time while waiting for a it has been revealed. were a number of guests, ]?aula and Priscilla.

ext. 8209. call to go through. both officers and enlisted men, .
As a result the weekly sessions
25 ft. furn. house trailer. $1,095.M.
Fleet and Shore
from other es-
Scouting Squadrons
Fergan. Azalea Trailer The lounge is located in have taken on aspectsof
tablisment units in the area. Dependents
Park, Lot No. 123. ext 8563. Building 517, NATTC Navy Ex a disc jockey program by and invited guests of (Continued from Page 5))

22 ft. Alma house trailer. 5431 change. showing these request films. Naval personnel were also ame and to clinch matters, Tom

Wesconnett Blvd. R. H. Merri- "Preface to a Life" was the {[;errman broke out in a rash of

riweather. Ext. 723. share expenses, returning May first film in response to these present. during his 4 trips to
:.vo baggers
12 or 13. Contact W. J. Williams Preceding the comissioning
and well
4bdrm. 2 story brick home, gar special requests was )at.
Avondale. $13,925. Lt. ext. 8398. received. The second entitled ceremony was a half hour band .
age.
Gibbs. Ph. 24284. Driving to Los Angeles via New "Angry Boy" is scheduled to concert given by the Green Cove VA-175

MISCELLANEOUSDriving York May 14. Will take two be shown in the hospital auditorium Springs band.VP861 The squadron regrets losing

to Washington, D. C. passengers to any point along at 1000 on Wednesday )Id-timer Jack A. Jones, ADI, to

May 7. Will take 1 or 2 riders, the route. Gene Horstmann, May 7. It is the story of a Back J62. During his tour of duty

ext. 8493 or Ph. 2.4261 after little fellow of eight who is with VA-175, Jones was actively

1700. bewildered as the result of the (Continued from Page 1) i ngaged in all forms of welfare
CarnivalContinued
Charity Riders wanted-From McDuff
I conflict between mother and made both cruises.A nd will be missed in future ac-
squadron
Park. 0700-1530 H. E.
through
( from Page 1)) father and even grandmother.How :vities.
detachment remainedhere
3226. O&R. small
ment and other units for fun Weatherby Shop frequently adults are Phillip O. Steinmetz, AD2, i.i.also
to train new arrivals in order
ext. 723 or Ph. 2.4798 after
booths. In addition plenty of refreshment unaware that their feeling toward leaving and will join Jones
1700. that two large groups, expected
bars will be scatteredthroughout each other is the strongest at t; V J.62. Steinmetz has been aop
Will board 1 child not in schoolin to be discharged on the 5th
the area. 'I' influence in a child's life t: plane captain and will be
pvt. home for parents work- and 19th of the month, could be
In anticipation of the huge is very forcefully portrayed in lissed by all hands.
depart
ing at Air Base. Mrs. Summers. replaced following their
crowd expected at this gala occasion this film. The squadron extends best
6933 103rd St Ph. 28578. ture.
a special traffic patternand ishes for a speedy recovery to

ample parking areas are being 1f ames W. Brittingham, AA, who

worked out by the Security pror s now in the hospital undergoig .

Committee. Routes will be posted treatment.The .

later for the convenience of ev education officer is proud

eryone. w ::0 report that 100 percent of the ,
r > e tr i
I ;juadrons officers and men have .

DESIGNED to offer fun for the > 1 1.a :nished or are completing the ;t ,'

entire family, the traditional car : :rrespondence course 01th.. }

nival affords excellent opportu- 1 1t niform Code of Military Jus-

nity v to contribute to charity the t. :e.

easy way. I Congratulations to Ensign 1 *

All net proceeds, last year well :(enneth Templeton, .Bob Bar-

over $40,000, are donated throughout I lard, and Bob Alexander for

the year to local worthwhile wing completed 1000 hours of

charities. I 1 1f ight time, and to Lt. Walt Bally

Prohibited from participating :or passing the 2000 hour mark.

because of their charters are the I x Rar, t Furthering his knowledge on. \

March of Dimes and the American j ts :rrect English is George Keosrkian -

Red Cross. 3 AT3, who recently conv

The gates will be open to all I leted a course in practical Eng-

Friday, May 16 from 1800 until ish s usage.
.
midnight-on Saturday, May 17

from 1300 P. M. until midnighf. j Biggest Event
is '%
Admission to the Carnival free.
MAINTAIN LAW AND ORDER-One of the first divisions to be organized at NATTCenterwas
+ *54 the NATTC Master-at-Arms force. For over a year now the 1\IAA Force has done a fine
Fun And Frolic job of maintaining law and order throughout the Center area, although undermanned and shortof Of The Year
equipment. Kneeling, left to right are: Allen Fisher, BMG2; George White BMG3; John Watts, I r
BM3; Thomas Rogers BMGJ; Donald Yovleh, BMG3; Fred Rushworth, BMG3, and John Fletcher,
May 16-17 BMGJ.! Standing, Thomas Fletcher, BMG1; Robert Whittenburr. BM1; Louis Ambrosio, BMG1: Will May 16 17c
I, Williams, BMC; Andrew Yochym, BMG1; Roger Storoiuk, B.MG1, and Andrew Cervellion, AL2.

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