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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 24, 1955
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VOL-12 No. 50 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 24 March 1955

Home of Commander Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval District; Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville; Fleet Air Wine 11; Naval Air Technical Training Center


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TtI to harboring car
: : riers and other assorted naval -

vessels, the Mayport}
carrier basin will welcomeits
first cruiser when the

i USS Columbus (CA-71)) arrives -

___ Friday afternoon.
Skippered by Capt. J. D. -

L. Grant, the 17,000 ton
heavy cruiser is scheduledto
enter Mayport at 1800.

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.,...) ,;:.!;::;.::,,'::>:-':" }; :: : =
;' ; rTiA shorter and 50 feet narrower -
Electronics E than the carrier USS

Coral Sea, which is the
Building To : largest vessel to tie up at

the Mayport docks.A .

House Shops ,,; : ... : ship of the Baltimore!
A class, the Columbus carries
Movement of equipmentinto NEWEST BUILDING-The Naval Air Station !Is in the process of some face-lifting with construction a crew of 1,700 when fully
the newly completed of various new buildings. Here is a semi-aerial view, taken from the roof of the Main Administration manned. The crew will pull
which will be manned and opera
$793,000 electronics building Building, of the new $793,000 electronics building, 1 liberty i in Jacksonville
is continuing, with the ated by Overhaul ,and Repair department while docked at Mayport.The .

facility expected to be in Non-Crew Members Included USS Columbus will
full operation by summer. Income Tax Aid be in the Jacksonville area

Portions of the radio shop for three weeks, conducting
from Overhaul and Repair department Here To Benefit For Personnel training operations off the

have already been Many Military and civilian personnel Florida coast. The ship will '
moved into the new structure, will get an assist in the stay in port until Monday .
with radar Instrument, graphicarts preparation of their 1954 income before embarking on its

special devices, avionics Hazard Pay HikeMany tax returns. training mission
From .
cable, camera and optical, fire A representative of the dis- 4 *
control equipment, electronicstest I
trict Internal Revenue"office Adm. Crawford
equipment and supporting personnel in the Jacksonville area will be affected will be available for consulta- '
.
devices to follow.TECHNICALLY
basic rate hikes included in the tion from 1830 to 1700 duringthe '
by the hazardous duty pay
known as 6ND Com'dantSlates
March 22 through
raise bill which is still before the period
Building 101-U, the electronics proposed military pay April 1 in Building 902.
building will operate as partof Senate. Deadline for filing returnsis VisitRear
the 0 & R department. It' One of the attractive featuresof April 15.WEATHER.
hourly and from $30 to $33 and
is the largest of a group of new
structures being built under the the new pay raise bill, the provides that the new $3.50 hourlypay Adm. G. C. Crawford,
submarine, flying and other haz- may be in addition to the OUTLOOK Commandant, Sixth Naval Dis-
station's 0 & R expansion pro-
ard pay is scaled to increase with $110 to $55 pay Friday-Partly cloudy. trict, will pay his first visit to
gram.
Naval Air Station Jacksonville
MOVEMENT of material and the length of service as well as Under the measure aviation Saturday-Mostly clearer and Tuesday March 29.

personnel is dependent on avail with rank. :Previously hazard pay cadets get half the pay of ensigns Sunday Partly: cloudy, and
Upon his arrival Admiral I
ability of equipment which is in and from the time they begin
advance
was increased with ,
order according to Charles possible showers. Crawford will be rendered full
on flying, gives them half the hazard .
Hart, master mechanic, and rank or rate only. honors, including a 13-gun salute.
superintendent of Avionics Division ANOTHER provision which will pay of) ensigns. This is in effect? Fleet PIO Moves\ following inspection of the Ma. .

0 & R department.When go over well with many Jacksonville a raise from 109.20 to $161.15. Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville rine honor guard he will meet
in full operation, the service men is the general It also increases pay of studentsat public information office has with Rear Adm. Perry, Comman-
new two-story building, completely increase in hazard pay for non- Military, Naval, Coast Guard' moved to rooms 112 and 113 in ier Fleet Air Jacksonville, Capt.
windowless on the crew members. Non-crew mem- and Air Force academies from the Main Administration Build John S. Thach, commanding officer -
second floor, will house 250 bers are identified as aerial observers -I$81.12 to $111.15 a month. I ing. of NAS Jax and later with

employees. It features one of aviation technicians, aviation r 7 he heads of departments.
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the latest air-conditioning systems medical examiners, student .. i' ft i t The Commandant will tour the
which purifies the air. naval flight surgeons and student station before departing for Jacksonville -
The building is so constructedthat naval flight nurses. ; where he will be guest
a third floor may be addedif In addition to raiding basic at a luncheon at the Roosevelt
and when found necessary. flying and submarine pay, the lotel.: He is expected to depart
(Hazard Pay Chart on Page 8) y .
Coral Sea Departs

bill raises other hazard pay sYy Art Mooney

With Jax UnitsHeading ,demolitfon, parachutist, divers,
:sub escape tank training from Here 6
for a six months $100 for officers and $50 for en. April

overseas deployment, the 50,000- listed men to .$110 and $53, respectively .':>''.':.<."...',....' ,. >
ton carrier USS Coral Sea is scheduled It also qualifies three I.. 'i. .""' : Art Mooney and his renowned
to depart the Mayport basin additional groups for such pay- ; lance band, who played last year
Friday morning with four Fleet low pressure chamber inside observers W11tj'; ; ( for the Navy Carnival, will play
Air Jacksonville squadrons "guinea pigs" in tests of for the NATTCenter dance April
aboard. I acceleration and deceleration, and .'f: t 6 I! in King Hall.
Aboard the Coral Sea during divers who use helium-oxygen as : i'Y Mooney and his band will re
her cruise will be units of Carrier a breathing mixture in deep-sea : dace Ray Anthony's orchestra
Air Group 17, including the diving. which was unable to come here
Staff, Fighter Squadrons 171 and TilE DILL ALSO raises special luring April because ot other

172, and Attack Squadron 175, diving pays from ..$5 to 5.50 ommitments.
plus a detachment of VC-62 and IL ill I .

Marine Fighter Squadron .122 Commissary Closes For.
from Cherry Point, N. C. I WEEKEND TIDE
First ship of her size to enter High Low LEARNING ABC's-Passive ,defense measures for atomic, 'Inventory March\ 28
Mayport just about one year ago AM PM AM PM bacteriological and chemical warfare are being taught at NATT-
The Naval Air Station Commissary -
Center's Security Office ABC School. Lcdr. A. J. Shannon, First .
today, the Coral Sea has now Fri. 8:42: 9:07: 2:23: 2:33: Lieutenant,studies a tcintllometer ned to detect radioactive areas. Store will be closed allay
docked at Mayport five times. Sat., 9:30: 9:56: 10:03:; :3:22: Left to right are Jack: Lauver, TDAN, Instructor: Ellen New, SN? Monday March 28 for inventory -
She arrived here for this trip Sun. 10:20: '10:50: 4:03:. 4:11: Lcdr. Shannon; Gary Sandqui&t,YNSA, and Cj Christensen, Aol, : It will reopen Tuesday.
. Wednesday instructor and supervisor of the class




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5 National Reserve Plan Aims SAFETYBox

J Score
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For Well Trained CiviliansThis Disabling Injuries Through

Published every Thuinrtny for Navy and Marine atilxltlea' at Natal Air Tuesday, March 22
Btatlun Jitkaunllle. I1 Id. .

rapt. John S. Tliach ..--,.-.?.,JS'AS--,,,.,<,uci.i.?.._>..-.iiii.._-...,..............Commnnrttng' inert ( is the first in a series of articles on the proposed This Month 2
Cvrrdr.: John N. MieiB ___.....-_..... ,..,.,.- .. F.:,cuU\e OIUctT National Reserve Plan). This Year 2Days

Rear Adm. John Perry .._Tleet_ Air JacUr.Ttll "M---. Commander: Washington (AFrS-The) National Reserve Plan proposed to Since Last
Capt. Richard O. Greene --Chief: of Slats Congress by President Eisenhower is designed to develop a power : Lost-lime Accident 13

Capt. Edwin J. S. Young fclrrt.-. Air, ."lac-_! .,.Met,, ,ft ,. .., ?.?._?Cx>mmandcr.Chief ful reserve force of civilians with military training.In I
Corndr. Frank D. Meyer ___....___ .. -.... Staff Officer the words of Defense Secre- I
1
Natal Air Ttcti.lfkl Tralaiat IValer have combat-ready Armed Forcesof
Cnpt. Hrmy C. De ong...,... .Commanding OntcerCumdr. tary Charles E. Wilson these reserve !
Edward \... Bishop.-,,- ...,...._-..._ 4 ..bxecuthe OfUcer forces will be "well-trained all serviceJ and adequate "reserve -
units to reinforce them.
Natal HtBplt.l
Tapt. Edward; C. henney .__.. .................._.................._........Commanding Officer civilians-men who would be
Capt. L. A. l'il'tun ...._,.,,,.....,,,*__...._____._?...hxccuthe UdlccrK. ready to protect their communities AND GEN. MATTHEW B.

Wilson n. Bartlett ...,..... -....NARTUCapt. .CommandinK Officer and their country in time of Ridgeway, Army Chief of Staff,
Cum dr, Laurence ,:telIcnhllgen __ -.-. _.. : ecutl\e Ofllcer emergency." has cautioned Congress that the CATHOLIC
Sunday, Mass-0'800. 0900, 1000
-
The JAIL AIR NEWS It published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station The new plan was introducedin NRP b vital if we are to main St. Edward's
Jacksonville 1-'lol'ldOl.l and printed commercially with nonapprolll'lat.dfunds Congress by Ilep. Overlon Chapel
lit no expend to the government and In compliance: with NAVKXOS -33.. ttw. tain an adequate fighting force
Nov. 1M3.! : Cork. are distributed tree ot charge at the Naval Air Station, the Brooks (D-La.). It would replace to meet the threat of CommunIsm Saturday-0800.
Ka\al Air Tmhnlrni Training Center: Natal; Air Reserve raining Unit and the Selective Service Law which .U. Daily-OC30.
U. S. Naval; Uos llal. anti avoid the unprepared
J.dltm'-Andrf'w U. PlannrSnorts S. military leaders unanimouslyagree Sunday--0630-Mass at Hospital
F.dltor-f'.ordn. Robbie. JOt; Start Ht>!poiters-Jack Holme PHI ness of WWII and Korea.
Kanry Ward SN. would be inadequate in the ChapeL
As accepted by our military
The TAX AIR NEWS Is A member fit the Armed Fares IVfsa Ren'Ice.AFrs <<. event of a national emergency MORMON1930MondayNATTC
'material appearing In this publication may nut be reprinted withoutthe I leaders, the new reserve' plan is
; IT IS INTENDED to
written permission J of Armed Forces Press Senlce. Repulil.catlon ot other\ put Chap.
matter. except by service publication, U prohibited \\ltho\it peimUMon of "teeth" into the Universal Military the culmination of numerous pro. lain's Office.CHRISTIAN.
Editor; JAX AIR NEWS; posals and suggestions by legislators -
Editorial offlcri located Main Administration Building. Phone extension Training and Service Act I SCIENCE1900TuesdayMainside
$346, :218 and 8164.Assign as amended by Congress June veterans groups, commit Chapel
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tees and boards of inquiry into
19, 1941, and affects every man Office x>n ramp.PROTESTANT.
; 20-Year PinsGiven the nation's military
manpowerproblem. I
First Of I IE1JIlladioiogists uniform who enlisted or was .
I drafted after that date. 0930-All Saints' Chapel. .

To 34Employees Top U. S. military leaders have The future of the new reserve I 1100-AD Saints' ChapeL

endorsed the new reserve plan as program now rests with Con
Specially trained in advanced the solution to bolstering our gress. Its action, and subsequent 1000-Naval Hospital Chapel.

radiological techniques, the fighting strength in time of emer legislation, will determine the (Note: Addresses of local

Navy's first enlisted specialistsin strength of our future reserve churches may be obtained by
Through the Civil Service Commission's gency.
calling the Chaplain's Office 425.
radiology are on their way Incentive-Awards The nation's ranking militaryman forces. ,

to duty with the fleet gram, for recognition of serviceto pro Admiral Arthur W. Radford, (Next: The new reserve! plan Activities Schedule

These men are brought into the Federal Government, whe- Chairman ,of the Joint Chiefs of offers four choices to the young Thursday, Martli 24

the fleet in an attempt to ther military or civilian, 34 employees Staff, has declared, "we must men of the nation). 1900 All Saints' Choir re*
alleviate demands upon the heaisal.
of the Naval Air Station
; ,
time of medical officers. March 27'
Sunday,
have received lapel .emblems indicating
The program got its start I 0300 Episcopal Communion
20 service.
last year when a number of years Service, Chaplain Nickelson.

the best students attending Receiving 20-year pins were' 15 0930 Sunday School, ages 4
School from 0 & R, nine from Public
Hospital Corpsman
through Junior High; Protestant
Works, five from Security four ,
were selected and assigned to Service of Divine Worship -
six months theoretical work in from Supply, and one from Industrial Chaplain Picpcr.

radiology at Naval Hospital, Relations. 1100 Protestant Service of
Bethesda Md.Cilallaill Awarded the anchor-type emblem
Divine Worship Chaplain Grif
were James W. Dollar;
fin.
'
-- Sophie M. Geleneau; Russell H.
1900 The United Fellowship;
Gibbons Grelle; Milton G. Harrison; Wil-
-I- of Protestants, Bldg. 804.
I ford D. McBride; George A. I
Gels Duly At Hentz; Clifford J. McCarty; Ar- Monday, March: 28
II. w 1600.1900 Members of the UFP
thur L. Morse; James A. Sorrell;
meet at the Chapel office to
NATTCcnlcrReporting pre
Joseph B. Gasque; John Harris;
pare the "Chapel Mouse".
aboard as relief for Raymond H. Howe; James Keene; : Tuesday, March 29
Jack L. Smith
and John W Price,
Barlick Marine
Lt. Robert Corps 1930 Lutheran Instruction
all of the _
Overhaul and Repair
Chaplain at the Naval Air Technical classes Chaplain Pieper.

Training Center, is LKjg( ) Department.Jack Wednesday March 30
H. Fisher; Earl L. Harper; ," ., ei "z"1 $ ., aaxe ,, ,
:Martin Gibbons.
1930 Mid-Week Lenten Ser
Joshua W. Smith; and Kenneth
Both Chaplains served with the Brannen, of the Supply Depart vice, "On The Way To Easter .
First Marine Division in Korea. ment. The Crucifixion" Chaplain 1

Father Gibbons came here from Nickelson
'$
Marshal G.*Couch; Huntley E.. :
the Second Marine Division at 31
March
Sjj$ Thursday,
Cox; William D. Douglas; Lester
Camp Lejeune. 1900 All Saints' Choir re-
v. Rountree Abb
; Earl C. Wade;
Father Barhk, who has been B. Johnson; William C. Mills; NEW HOSPITAL CO-Capt. hearsal.
stationed here the last two years, Tadous Niejadlik; Sample Suttonof Naval Hospital Edward C. Kenney left) is Protestant services at St. Luke's
welcomed aboard by Capt. Lyle Chapel (Hospital) March
will report to the USS Yellowstone the Public Works Sunday
Department. A. Newton as he took over the
a destroyer tender, for Clifton G. Edwards; Arthur P. Command To post of commanding officer of 27,

duty. Grubbs; Stanley M. Connolly; \ Naval Hospital, Jacksonville,
last Friday Capt. Newton 1000.MOVIES
executive
Marvin C. Green
and J.
Joseph Capt. KenneyCapt. officer of the Hospital,
REAR RANK Karpovitch of the Security. Department lias been acting CO since the

; and James R. Dorman, Edward C. Kenney, has departure of Capt. Edward Thursday, March 24

lit of the Industrial Relations Department assumed command of Naval Lowe. Mainside Small Town Girl:

x. 4 .. Hospital Jar, replacing Capt. pital at a Ltjg( ) in 1930. Jane Powell l, Farley Granger.

::' wrtPOS9 ,. Some women say they could Edward S. Lowe, who departed In 1950 he completed a year NATTCWyoming Renegades:
avaatr ::: Phil Carey, Martha Hyer.
several weeks for the
:, marry they please ago of
anyone only postgraduate study in inter- Hospital American In Paris:
Naval Great Lakes
Hospital
,
they cant pleases ,
N. e e anyone e Ill. nal medicine as a Fellow at the Gene Kelly, Leslie Caron.

s.aNSrr. A crouch went into a barbershop Capt. Kenney, a native of Mayo Foundation in Rochester, Friday, March 25

y, and said to the barber, ''1 Ohio, was ordered here from Minn. Before that he served at Mainside The Big Combo:

want a shave, lee? I don't want the U. S. Naval Hospital, Phila- various Naval hospitals in this Cornel Wilde, Jean Wallace.

a haircut. I'don't want a shine.I delphia, where he was execu country and at Okinawa, u well NATTC Small Town Girl:

don't want a manicure. And I tive officer. He received his aboard Jane'Powell, Farley Granger.

don't want any chit-chat, MeT I MD degree at the University of as several destroyers, Hospital Wyoming Rene

just want a ahave. You under- Cincinnati in 1929, and com the cruiser USS Tulsa, and gades: Phil Carey, Martha Hyer.

stand f""Lather pleted his rotating interneshipat aboard the USS Boise during Saturday, March 26

?" asked the barber. the Philadelphia Naval Hos- the Solomon Islands campaign. Mainside The Outcast: John

He holds the Navy Cross and Derelc, Joan Evans.

Bronze Star with Combat V, NATTC The Big Combo:

I I 400 Complete 5-Day ABC Course II and is certified by the American Cornel Wilde, Jean Wallace.

Board of Internal Medicine. He Hospital Small Town Girl:

More than 400 Off Iceland course, assisted by Jack Lancer -Wives Club at Dewey Park is also an associate of the Ame Jane Powell, Farley Granger.

enlisted men at the Naval Air TDAN, process all support The five-day course is divided rican College .of. Physicians.. .

a Technical Training Center haveS and training personnel at the almost equally between measures It's Now Known As
of defense for the three SOSCustomer
eompleted the special coarse In Center through the tlve-day
methods of warfare-atomic, Navy Finance Center "-
Atomic, Bacteriological and "ur e. S
bacteriological and chemical.The .
Chemical Warfare passive de The Navy's Field Branch Bureau .
In addition to work is
amongNATTC program sponsored by
of Supplies and
tense Accounts : "You're sure this is.
personnel, Christensen the First Lieutenant's Office at
here has ben 1
re< lgnated the genuine airplane luggage?"
Cy Christensen, AO1', uper also bas given J lecture to the NATTC under the command .f IIS. Navy Finance Center. (AF-' ,Salesman: "Tou bet It be

1'Isor and instructor o f ,.the Naval Reserve and the Navy A. J. Shannon.. (Tlrture<< rage 1) TS) longed to Orville Wright.",

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VA-175, VC62, VW-4, VF-44 Report I To Pre-Test All New Model Planes Before Delivery : ;

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scouting Squadrons New model Navy aircraft costs and greater efficiency, as The new policy requires accelerated

henceforth will be pre-tested and contrasted with previous practiceof service evaluation to dem

as nearly combat ready as pos early production build-up and onstrate that the model is opera "

VA-175 sible before they are delivered to fleet delivery of aircraft before tionally usable before fleet deliveries

Nine new nun have reportedto for civilian life.. I operational squadrons, the Navy the "bugs" had been eliminated. commence, and that

the squadron in the last two has announced.The Certain models already are under contractor tests and demonstrations -

weeks. They are Larence Noles, VW-4 plan which has been under the system, and it is now.plannedto of a new aircraft be completed

AD3; Eldridge McKinncy, A03; Following; pay day last week, evaluation for the past two yearsis place future models under*,* before delivery to the

James Trace, ATAN; William all hands of the Hurricane Hun expected to result in reduced full implementation. Navy for the service tests. *
ters "turned to" to attend a large
Wertzberger, SCI, Henry Wither-
"pay day" picnic staged at the
Jr. PHAN William Joyce S
spoon ; ,, M
HM3; Carl Elliott, YN3; Issia Anchorage and a good time was Launch First OfNew

Thompson, AM2; Paul R. McGee,, enjoyed by everyone.

ALL With Joe Kelley, PHAN, work- Destroyers

Men transferred from the ing the' pitchers box, the squad: A new type of all-purpose, fast
ron's white hats defeated the flexible and has
squadron during the same period potent destroyer
include Mesonie Halley, IIM1; officers 18 to 10 in a softball been announced by the Navy.

Robert Williams, AN, and Raymond game. Although the contest got( Lead ship of the first new line
off to a slow start the officers
Melusky, AN. In addition destroyers since World War II,
team had the tally tied 8-all in
two men have been transferredto the USS Forrest Sherman, was
the third frame.
the separation center: Arnold launched Feb. 5. The Navy also

Sickles, ADAN, and Richard Koe- The team of Dick Tate SA, and trr has decided to change the name

nig, AT2. George J. Gordon! AD2, won an of its destroyer leaders to frig.

The officers' wives gave( a farewell egg throwing contest, tossing the ates. This change became effec-

party for the officers of the oblongs 55 feet, and later Gordon tive Feb. 1. ,
also proved top in the beer
man
squadron at the Skeet Club at The World War II type frigateno
drinking contest. Th'e of
the air station last Thursday score longer appears on the list ot
that "thirst bout" however
evening, which included enter- was active Navy ships. The new frig
not disclosed.
tainment in the form of a short ates will include fillips; of the ,

musical skit. The officers each Three of the squadron's top new Mitscher destroyer class,

received coffee cups with appro- ordnance men leave this week on which are about one third larger{

priate nicknames and reminders transfer for further duty aboard k ;. -. than ordinary destroyers.

for the teoming deployment of ship. They include John J. Scott, PROPOSED A-TANK WITH A.PUNCn-Col. George T. Pet- Speed of" the new Sherman
the squadron aboard the USS AOC, Kenneth Shaw, and RobertL. ersen, chief of the Army Research and Development Branch at ..
class will
Wilson, both AOls1, They go the Detroit Arsenal, Is using a model of the proposed atomic tank destroyers move more
Coral Sea.Saturday.
: than the 33 knots of existing
to indicate the armored "pot belly" designed to house a nuclear
to the USS Coral Sea.
evening all hands power plant.: Drawback of the A-engine is that it Mould take a ships, and will be somewhat
took part in a final celebrationat Another old timer of the squadron 70-ton tank to accommodate it. Col. Petersen is convinced that a larger than the! WWII 2,425 ton-
Robert "Doc" A. Bauman nuclear engine that will fit onto a much smaller and more mobile
roof of the ,
the garden Mayflower vehicle will be developed short1J.Children ners.
Hotel 1 in Jacksonville. HM1, is transferred!; for duty on
The new ship also features to
Prizes were awarded in several board the USS Oglethorpe, and make life more habitable and'
several more "Cane Hunter" vet- Of Servicemen
dancing contests which were con- v comfortable for the crew of 350.
ducted by G. A. Booth who acted erans have gone to separation.' I
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as master of .ceremonies."C6Z"See e classmates VF44Old were reunitedthis Eligible For 5 ScholarshipsFive VC-62 Units To


where your husband works week when W, Gallianl,

and what he does" was the theme YNSN, reported to the "Hornets" different scholarships are available to the childrenof Board Carriers '

last Friday as Composite Squadron from USNTS, Bainbridge: Md. officers and enlisted men who desire higher education and

62 opened its doors for the GallianI, a member of the Illinois can meet the necessary requirements Coral Sea, HornetTwo

Bar was checking into the VF44I The has announced that
dependents of all personnel of Navy
child of an officer or an enlisted of the Navy's carriers
& E Office for his interview,
the squadron.The the of the Navy or Marine Corps will soon be carrying detachments -
and to his surprise he found theI
two-hour open house fea- died of wounds in WWII or of Jacksonville's Com-
& E Officer Lcdr. R. Hoefer to
tured displays of the squadron'sfour posite Squadron 62.
be one of his classmates from
types of aircraft, photographic Wright The Navy Wives'Scholarship One group, with Lt. Ed Jones

and survival exhibits, College the makes awards to sons and as officcr-in-charge, will board

and a movie depicting the missionof ,(Attn: ) daughters of enlisted men of the the USS Coral Sea at Mayport

the aerial photographic recon- Navy, Marines, Coast Guard, today for a Mediterraneancruise.

naissance jet squadron. An aerial I, Life Saving Classes in active, retired with pay, or de .

demonstration of a low-altitude, Each ceased. The award will be an The other contingent will depart -

high speed "Sonne" photographic ThursdayRed Corps outright grant of at least $250 shortly for the West Coastto

mission was the highlight of the Cross life saving classes arc Hq.; per academic year. join the USS Hornet for an

program.On being held each Thursday morn- The Valley Forge Military Acad extended cruise in the Far

the hangar deck, the visitors ing at 0900 in Price Natatorium. tary ; has offered eight scholar East. Lt. Hank Henderson will

then viewed various aerial Arrangements also will be for yearly to the sons of regular head the Hornet group.

cameras used in the photo jets. A made to instruct classes, consist- Attn: of the Armed Forces in-

display of survival gear included ing of not less than four persons, in military life. Appli-

parachutes, life raft, radios, and after working hours ,Monday must be either between 14 New PublicationsProgram
suits. Two photojetswere through Friday. Registrations can
exposure 16 years of age or young men
on display, with pilots to be made at Special Services in to enter the 12th grade. Gains

explain their workings.All Price Natatorium 'or by dialing scholarships are awarded for

wives agreed that the Open 8439 or 8228. eph three-year period and cover

House gave them a better idea right half the all-inclusive tuition High RecognitionThe

ef what their husband's job was .
Naval Air Station's efforts
In the task of providing aerial Aclt i1' l a y .
photographic reconnaissance t o f!=-Tb. -.u. in improving the printing and
-Cures t' l i3 The Daughters of the Cincin publications program has won the

the fleet. The children evidenceda 41-Short Horrww...., ; 8)a'7 Scholarship will make the notice of the administrative assistant .
most enthusiastic 'S I
response. 4 -Olob* to daughters of regular of,the Secretary of the Navy.
of H-VtnUlat.
Word received Monday
was IS-Vlp r .4 .. W If Nary or Air Force off The Publications Control
the promotion to Lcdr. of Ray 1 Inquire. '
Black, the squadron maintenance 17_-Kln Ireland. .( UroVI I II 2T ;: in the amount of $500 to Board, headed by Comdr. Walter
per year and may be Winslow Chief staff officer Com-
Lcdr. Black has been t1-Cballene. I ,
officer. ,
*Htavenlr// IT' / each year until ,rad. mander Naval Air Bases Sixth
'l'/
November 1952. .
with VC-62 since bodl. 4.
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Two practice games have showna 14-Altar .e r...\ ISO 'l/ M Naval District, has been recognized
little of the potential of the JT-Wife .f Zeuf* 'l'/; The Adm. Nicoll Ludlow Scho- for saving an estimated $12,000a

squadron softball team. Supply M-Storle* ,; established in the memory year in printing costs by con.
!!-Comptup
went down to defeat 13-2 in five point. Jd it Nicoll Ludlow Jr., provides one solidating, eliminating or stand
1ft Abstract UtAf at St. Paul's School ardizing some 1,800( forms withinall
innings, and Communications was 41-Journ.)'.4 .. ,,
beaten 10-0 over the same dis 5 forth < N. H., for the son of a activities of ComNabSix.John .
42-Metal 'alt.M NI -' I line officer and two scholar administrative
twirler H. Dillon
tance. Don Glidewell, ace J4 Legal Mil ,
for 62, struck out 13 men in the r (abbr.) f 11- : 4S '* for daughters of Navy line assistant to SecNav, in a letter
Communications contest, and allowed S4-Dlrect Reared only one hit. i/-lLro's- l 1 S1. : Troy, N. y, The male ap officer of NAS Jar;
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."'.ethea... _
must be between 12 and
pointed out that the simplified
The squadron was able to bold 1 -Carnival* ,
39-Tropical fruit. ..... kf*$w ..." || years old and the girls, 13 to of standardization and
system
its in the depart-
own personnel ( ''I DOWN )
of 1aN | ) The tuition grants from
/0)-Slal [ vary
ment last week with four men \ II- "' central control was "exceptionallywell
.1-AppellaUo. (- .hCOr iheep to $1,800 for the and
boy
checking in and four more leav- U-"ullblon f-PoMMWf i -}' f up thought out and a very crective >
H-Ocean' -Come* Into It- I t $1,100 for girls. tool for saving time
ing via the discharge'route. James i-: Francis Kennedy, ADI; Winford 41f-Uellneat., [t-Llltenl to 1' Children of other Armed For- money and manpower, He added
III-Through,. J -Comfort ta-17 IJ-
Creel, ATC; Fred Davis, PHI, and 5I--"lnnllr wurN" (-.Wooden reiael 14-) personnel are advised that that it was so highly regardedby
T-Army office IS- J other educational benefits the Department's,publication
Quay Redden, AD2, were the ar iJr.I'lrr: \ fitbbr,) Zttf 'M- )
rivals. Thomas Breen, PHAN; *It'-..*(ut f ...' 3l-M i8- ') available and for information staff, that "it is being considered

Alvin Paul, PH2; Charles'' Claridy, write to the Services' in as a model for extensive use elsen, ,

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oFF/c Ens '.11 Trovatore' To



I I.;Ij.. Be Presented In

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". Jax MondayWith I

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five New York opera stars

vs singing the leading roles, the

y r : Jacksonville Choral Society pre-

sents a full production of Verdi's 0 lecs
. Of Events Monday
opera "II Trovatore, ,

Lunch served daily 11301300. March 28 at the George Washington \

Dinner served daily 1800-2030. Hotel auditorium. Curtain :

Thursday 24th Family hour L Lat
2015. ewuc0
? goes up at f.P. .t ae
the bar 1730-1830. Select bar y I
5 iIIPg Members of the Jax chornl "-AND Now,BOATS JUST KOlO
drinks at reduced; prices. \ ) '9@ LONG HAVE YOU HAD THIS
in supportingroles
star
will
group *
A SUPERIORITY COMPLEX T
Friday 25th Happy hour k r
S 80-voice
S accompanied by an

16001800. chorus, and a 30-piece orchestraof
Saturday 2Cth Stars and Bars r selected instruments from the
party for bachelor officers 1630-:}
Jacksonville Symphony.The .
1930; Johnny Jelinek playing i in I I t
will be presented in
the Anchor Room from 91. opera
Sunday 271 h Sandwich lun- full costume with eight specialsets

ihcon 1100-1700, Buffet dinner shipped from New York. The

18002030. opera will be! sung in English. SALTY HUMOR FROM
NEW YORK artists include Ed-
Monday 28th Club Closed.: u- -' HERE AND THERE
Tuesday 29th Game night.Many I OPEN HOUSE-Lrdr. Barney Garbow, executive Officer of dy Ruhl, young tenor, who will

many prizes large and Composite Squadron, 62, explains to his two sons, Jeff, 6,' and sing the male role in "II Trova Guard: "Haiti! Who there '
Chris, 10, and his mother-in-law, Mrs. IS. E. Meier, part of the tore"; :Marguerite Lamb who will: goes :
small, giant jackpot, grab bag,,
survival gear displayed at VC-62's Open House held last Friday Soldier: "Shhl! I ain't goin' -
Eileen Ker-
be heard Leonora
lucky number, a variety of exciting He is holding an emergency radio transmitter and receiver. The as ; I'm comin back."
games: at O'Club game night. open house was held for the benefit of wives and dependents and merich, as Azucena; Arthur Bud- *
Calling] starts promptly. at 2030. their guests. ney, as the Count di Luna and
Edward Doe as Ferrando. I We know a girl who was; !se
,
Wednesday 30th "All you can
% To Consolidate Several all narrow-minded she needed onh]
Navy singers members
,
fat for a buck, Barbecued ,.
First Wave Wins one earring.
chicken with hot sauce, and Spanish of the Choral Society, will .
*
style baked meat loaf served Simplify Laws be in the cast of the opera. Lcdr: .
Student HonorsAt He: "I'm. three-letter
from 1800-2030 and all of the Jesse Miller, operations officer of a man
included. CAG-3 and Ted Forlow TD3 of Coed: "Are you on the football
trimmings arc ,
Of :4. SchoolFor "
On The Agenda MilitaryTitle FaetuLant Detachment Two here, team.

The Magnolia Ball]), reported in are among the local artists selec- lie: "No, I sat on a biandmjt:
34 (Navy) and 37 (Pay the first time in a ClassA iron."
this column March 10th to befchcdukd ted as understudies to the five
and Pensions) may disappear from School and the third time *
for April 16th has been New York guest performers. Mil
the U. S. Code If
rescheduled for April 23rd. This Congress ap- since the Training Center was ler will understudy the role of Then there's the guy who had
>roves a consolidation of thousands
1
year it should be bigger and bet- of laws affecting the Army recommissioncd more than Manrico and Forlow, the Count di so much fun at his bachelor partythat

ter than ever. Make your plans Navy, Air Force and Marine three years ago, a Wave has Luna. Other understudies include he postponed his wedding
find! reservations now. All reservations Corps. Mrs. Ruby Leitc as Azucena, and ,* *
honors
won at top student.
must be signed for by The Department of Defense has r"""" ..,. Mrs. Velda Borlcw as Leonora.IN The telephone company received i j
the 16th for } Patsy Lanford, a complaint from lady about Use
or signed when xequebttd : a
HIS REGULAR
submitted a bill, I after eight yearsof : role Lcdr. i
after that date whit would l. AKAN, last Miller will the Language used by some linemen
study, : gather prac- play part of Ruiz,
Here is good news for all of tically all. service laws into two : week was the the Troubador, and Forlow is castas working behind her house. The

i you who came to the Tony Pastor titles of the rode-Title 10, Armed .> ,;; high student in the Gypsy Dancer. Other locals superintendent sent a note to the

dance and enjoyed it and all Force!, and Title 32, National '." : r-:- Aviation Storekeeper singing minor roles include Mrs. foreman to make a complete report -

,!I who neglected to tome and re- Guaid. Defense provisions wouldbe .;f ;: t School Mary Thalleen as Inez; William on the incident. This is the
fiicted it. The house committeehas r.. '.\5 Class A Previously report: "Bill and I
pulled from a dozen other of ,. : Word as the Old Gypsy and Al were splicing
set the date for another cock- the 50 titles of. the U. S. Code a Wave Kline as the Messenger.Dr. cable at pole 385. I was up on the
tail dance. This time it will won honors in pole with a bucket of melted leadI
present and put in their places in
proper Lanford Clarence Nice, former director -
Art M ooney and his orchestrain the two approved Titles Airman Preparatory of the San Carlo Opera spilled some of the lead and it

a similar affair and the dateis Moreover, the two titles wouldbe School on two different Ce. and musical director of the went down Bill's neck. Bill said

April Cth. The time is again made THE LAW- instead of occasions. S Society, will direct the produc- 'Pshaw, Horace, you must be mOl e
17301830. A short dance, but the only the evidence of the law as Joining the Navy in July tion. careful'."

very best quality. There will be now. Where actual wording was 1954, Lanford, later attended Reserve seats may bQ purchased a

no charge for admission and no important, it has been necessaryto Airman School here and then at Charles Wells Jewelers, 220 An Easterner was being <11 inn

advance in prices go back/ through a maze of AK-A School. She has been West Adams, and Carter Nice by a rancher over a blistering and

Ima Clubmember days "With statutes at large Income tax laws ordered to Paluxcnt River, Md., House of Music, 2651 Park St., for almost barrench stretch of West
that jackpot standing at the maxi- and the Coast Guard title already for duty. $2.50 and $3. Mail orders be Texas when a large brightly-col
may
mum, folks won't want to have been '
you ovei hauled. ored bird scurried the road
Joel Thomas, AOAA, was the sent to the Society, P. O. Box 311. across
miss "a single night of game The military job was worked honor student in Aviation Or- s. In front of them. The visitor had
night. out with the approval of the House A motorist never seen a bird like that and 1
dnanceman School Class A in I stopped his car on a
and Senate Judiciary committees. asked what it was. "That's a bird
last week's graduating class. country road and asked a native
Need Engineers At The recodificatlon eliminates contradictions He joined the Navy in June, how far it was to :Millerstown.: of paradise," said the rancher.

duplications and excess 1954. He has been ordered to The reply was: "It's 24,996 miles "Pretty long way from home, isn't

Alabama Base intent.words without changing the Point Mugu, Calif., for duty. the way you're headed, but if you he?" remarked the visitor

turn around it ain't but four." I .
Twenty engineers in fields of A ....__AU__. ......_... __r 7 TIE/1N... .
fiuvr !inn: v
ippieiiine. .1'
radio, radar, electronics, electrical
mechanical, materials (pack- II Stricken Sailor Rescued Via HelicopterThe II hammer from hittin?" my fingers with the

aging) and telephone or wire
.. Carpenter: 'Hold it with both
communications are urgently whirlybird is coming Intoits ; Station II
where he was taken to the overcast, hovered for hands."
needed at Brookley Air Force a mo
own as a rescue craft and its .
the Naval ment *
Base, Mobile, Ala. Preferably, Hospital. over the aft deck and set-
fast
pilots -are becoming
expertsin THE ASHLAND tled down. Murawski The quack was selling an ehxn
those who qualify at grade GS-9 their field. radioed already on
arc desired, but consideration will In spite of adverse weather Thursday evening for help] for I a stretcher, was placed aboard the which he declared would make

be given to those now graded as conditions the Navy effected an- John C. Murawski, boilerman's helicopter and flown] back to Jax. man live to a great age.

GS-5 and GS-7. other daring air-sea rescue-mercy mate second class, of Philadelphia Naval Hospital authorities reported "Look at me," he shouted." Hal

In addition a number of specialists mission by helicopter last Fridayat : : Pa., who was stricken with that Murawski's conditionas and hearty. I'm over :300 yeflis

are required in fields of dawn some 40 miles at sea off a brain hemorrhage. The call was of Tuesday was still serious. old."
radar, radio, electrical and communications Mayport.The received by NAS Jax, but since "Is he really as old as h*

helicopter, piloted by Rob- the ship was too far at sea, help} claims*" .asked a listener of the

Salaries at GS-9 range from ert Shanley, ADC (AP), of NAS was not forthcoming until the youthful assistant.
$5060 to $3110 a year; GS-7, $4205to Operations, picked up a stricken next morning. Capt. John S. "I can't say," replied tile assistant -

$4955 a year; and GS-5 from enlisted man from the LSD (land- Thach, NAS Jax commanding officer "I've only worked for him
$3410 to $4160 a Persons in ordered the helicopter dis- for 100 years."
year. ing,ship, dock) USS Ashland and
the lower grades are ordinarily brought him to the Naval Air patched for the mercy mission "at *
promoted after six months, while the first light of day." As the clerk rang up the items

those at GS-7 will be promoted Lessen Weight Of PILOT SIIANLEY, accompanied at the checking stand for the

after one year.Rhymes. Marines' Pack by crew members Edward young couple, Elmer suddenly pro-
Stewart, AMI, and Roscoe Cor- f + tested. "Hold on there. That little -
When he goes ashore, today's ley, AM3, met the ship early Fri- ty package marked 65c Isn't
of tneTlmesUSAFI Marine may be carrying a combat day at a pre-aranged rendezvous there of
a mistake;? A package
pack of only 18 pounds. point. It.was a bad day for flying] yeast is only 6c."
I IS HANDY, The new pack, designed to fit with
a 15-foot) ceiling and visibility "Hush, Elmer," his wife whim
EtUACPlN&.YETFft the Marine into the atom-age, give about 200 feet due to heavy ) pered. That's the steak.

ITS COURSES'CAM LEAP the Marine "all he needs to fight fog over the Atlantic. As' the ir ..

.- To A cc.L 4E rEGREEP with". The World War II pack helicopter approached the ship,

1------------ weighed 5.1 pound!. Shanley dropped down through '''.''; SOS
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To Defense 8,000 Department MenThe has By Dredging .. .1'T' $ i/.


asked the Selective Service < r. (
Of St. Johns
System induct 8,000 men into "

the Army during April, the ;
Maintenance The Crackerjax (Waves basket
lowest draft call since the startof dredging opcrationa
the Korean conflict. in the St. Johns River a r. ball team) left Sunday to repre (

The DOD said the low April off shore the Naval Air Station \ 4 sent the 6th Naval District in the ,

call resulted from an unexpect- started last December, ) Eastern Navy Women's Basket-

edly large number of Army ;are nearing completion, ac- 'n ..: : '& ball Championship tournament.

enlistments. (AFPS) This week column is dedi-
cording to Capt. Ira N. Cur- your

tis, Public Works Officer. cated to giving you the reason

Required every four or fiveyears why the Waves team is on top

R4)OC1t) ItJlllSllHT- to maintain needed with a season of 26 wins and 1

depth for Navy tankers and loss against Military teams. '

II small craft tying up at the Here is a thumb-nail sketch on

general pier No. 139 and the each of the players who have
(Ity Armed Forces Ser\"Ice) made the Crackerjax, snap, crac-
fueling pier No. 112 the
operation r
The Defense Department has kle and pop.

requested that all testimony givenby is under contract to FOR SAFER NAVIGABILITY-Shown here "sucking up" Dev Bistodeau team captainof
DOD witnesses before the LaForte Dredging Com- tons of slit from the river bottom Is the large dredge operating
execu- the 1955 Crackerjax. Plays
just off the Naval Air Station. The operation calls for deepeningof
tive hearings of Congressional pany, Washington, D. C., at a special channel the St. Johns river 2,000 feet shoreward for guard, hails from Robbinsdalc,
committees be submitted to its an overall cost of $80,200. a 15-foot depth for ships to dock at the station pier. Minn. Five feet, 7 inches in

Office of Public Information for: When completed, an esti- height, age 20. Has had two years

review and security clearance before mated 500,000 cubic yards of Ig1i0Nr high school experience and playedfor

publication.The silt will have been removed, NAS during 1954.
DOD said the .
new proce-
)providing a depth, of 15 feet r
dure would insure military se- in the 2,000-foot long channel. [ .. I HERE ARE ANSWERS TO hEI Dianna Fitzpatrick guard ..
curity and keep the American 1 QUESTIONS SERVICEMEN AND TIO
first basketball
public informed. "* About S50 feet wide as it h FAM/LieS/ ASK THE VETERANS year experience
cuts off from the regular ADMINISTRATION O'ERPAY.Ity .-- age 19, five feet, two inches.
,
: Home is York Beach Maine.
,
The Navy's second atomic pow- Shipping lane in ima-nvcr, ( Armed Forces Press Service)
ered submarine,' the USS Sea I the channel broadens to 540 death, the payments may be Norma Fleming) Forward,

Wolf, will be launched about Apr. feet in an area 350 feet offshore Q-As a Korea veteran, may I made retroactive to the day following Frazeysburg, Ohio. Five feet, 7i
both his death. If waitJonger inches, age 26. Is an old basketball -
approaching piers. you
26 at Groton, Conn. The Sea Wolfis I join with a non-veteran in obtaining ,
The dredging at Pier No. 139 than one year, the payments veteran with two years city
a sister ship to the USS Nau- a GI business loan?
was finished last week. are effective as of the league, two years with San Diego
tilus but has an atomic engine of A But VA's
-Yes. guaranteewill
date you filed your application. Waves and was All-Bay Area
different and several improvements
a type '
be based only on that selection 1952 with Moffett Field
in design. Q-I ama WWII veteran back
SHOWWeekly amount of the loan which rep- on active duty. My National Serv- Flyettes. <

The Army and Navy are completing resents your Interest. The guarantee iccJife Insurance premiums are Jean Larson Guard, Phoenix -

plans to buy all their cannot extend to the portion being waived while I am in uni- Arizona, five feet, three in-

., roasted and ground coffee from of the loan representingthe form. Even though I am not pay- ches, age,:: 19. Two years basket-

i commercial sources. Army coffee non-veteran's contributionto Mg\ premiums, will I collect divi- ball with St. Mary's Girl High::

piqcessing centers a t Seattle, the enterprise.' dends on my policy? School, Phoenix; NATTCentcr '

Wash., and Atlanta, Ga., will be ( I AITS Feature) Q-I received 'an, administrative A-No. During the period of Waves in 1954 and Crnchcrjax in

closed this summer. Warner Bros.' "East of Eden" discharge from the Armed waiver, GI insurance dividendsare
had its world in New 1955.Mary
The Navy will close its Oak- premiere Fortes to give up my ,enlisted not payable. Anderson Forward,

land, Calif., and Brooklyn, N. Y., York this week with tickets going status and become an officer. On Q-I i intend to convert my Ensign, Brooklyn, Conn. Five feet,

plants as soon as present stocksare for $50 each. Proceeds of the the basis of that discharge' would WWII GI term insurance policyto 10 inches, age 24. Has had nine

used up. A new system is benefit performance went to the I be eligible for Korean GI Dill a permanent plan. What will years basketball Killingly: ] High

being considered whereby the building fund for the Actors Stu- training& now? VA consider as my age, for pur- School, Danielson, Conn., Univer-
dio and the Studio'swork
Government would supply] the to support A-No. Korean GI training poses of premium l'at's-my past sity of Connecticut and Cracker
in the ails of the
advancing .
green coffee beans and commercial may not be taken by personson birthday or my birthday to come? jax in 55.
theater. and TV
Many Hollywood I
sources would do the roastingand stars acted UIJ active duty. You must be a A-Your age will be consid- Anne Simmons Guard, home
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grinding. usherettes for < 1 I a veteran-out of service-In ered as your birthday nearest 1- Jupiter, Fla., lieight-five feet,
order to train. 8 inches, 22. Two with
age
the t the effective date of your permanent years
The Navy has asked for addi- They premiere.included ; Q-I intend to file a claim fora -plan insurance. Jupiter High: School; NATTCen-

tional applications for officer Celeste Holm, : 'I I pension, based on the death of ter Waves 1953-54 and Crackerjax

submarine training: Regularand Terry !Moore, ,if; my husband, a WWI veteran. Is 1955.
reserve line officers are de- there deadline for applying? Marines .
Margaret Tru- any Adopt
hired for the next submarine F-t: i I
which man, Imogene A-There i I. no deadline for Shorter Patricia Ash era f t- guard
training class
convenes Coca and Jayne f1 :" g;A\;' I I I applying fur a death pension. Uayonct Little nock, Arkansas. Five feet,

July 5, 1955, at New London, Meadows ./"t', ;.: J1.'\tt. I I However, If you apply within The Marine Corps plans to 8 inches, age 20. First season with
All applicants must meet ; \ 1
Cpnn. "Gate of Hell," '. 111.. "".. one year: of jour husband's discard the 10-inch bayonet, Crackerjax; made All-State guard
the requirements for such duty. fMtuli ,, .
., I ""-- I in 1955 at Tournament.
the first Japa ;; t.\t..I Tampa
,r' replacing it with the Army's6.6inch
Officers who previously have Town, rides a horse called Poco
n e I emotion Shirley Delavergne forward
submitted applications need not M-5 model which pro- ,
picture in color Terry Mooreto Poco. vides more cutting surface on I comes from Herklmer, N. Y,
for
resubmit. -
Deadline
Is 1. applications be shown Inthe U.S., is now "Away All Boats," i h in the mak- its upper edge. Height five feet, 5% inches,
Apr.
playing in principal cities ing. Based on Kenneth Dodgson's The Corps feels the shorter age 24. Played four years with

Committeehas throughout the country. Duringthe ,: novel about an invasion of a bayonet will adapt more rca Herkimer High School, three
The U. S. Olympic
units 1954 Cannes InternationalFilm I Japanese-held island, primary at- dily to the new "boxing" bay- years for NATTCcnter and Crac-
announced that Army
Festival! the picture won the tention will be focused on a bat- kerjax.Pat .
onet fighting technique soon to
and individuals have donated
grand prize Gonzalez Gonzalez tle-scarred attack transport and
be introduced in the
Corps. Gorskv Forward. Brad-
$16C65 in of the March
support -
in her Jeff Chandler heads the
Martinez"
:, as "Martinez crew.
enton Fla. five feet 9 inches
Pan American Games in Mexico ,
Warner Bros.; "Strange Lady in cast. 19. One of the main in
age
City and the 1956 Olympic Gamesin Families ReimbursedWho cogs -
Melbourne, Australia. Addi- C the Crackerjax, Pat was free:
tional donations still are being I Make' Own ,''Move throw champion at the .AI1-State

received Women's free throw championship -
from Army units. The
Some 125,000 service families at Tampa, 1055.) ..
Olympic Committee says the con4
tributions will be a substantial who contend they save Gerrl Gorsky forward and

help] to the U. S. Olympic effort. the government money by guard, Bradenton, Fla., five feet,

.5. hauling their own furnishingsat 9'/4' inches, age 19, twin sister of

The Air Force has received extra expense to themselves, Pat. Gcrri a dependable player in
3,565 military applications for appointment any position made the AllStateWomen's
may get reimbursement as a
to the new Air Force Championship team with
Academy with 863 of this total result] of a hearing by the NATTCcnter Waves in 1954; All-

eliminated for various reasons. Armed Services subcommitteeon State A. A. U. Championship team

S'S a bill introduced Feb. 8. with Crackerjax in '55 and the

The overall strength of the The, plan would approve All-State second team, Tamp.

Armed Forces at the end of 1954 swm 1955.
transportation in kind, reim-
was 3,172,870, a decline of 59,454 yt These ore your shipmates who
from November. The Army was t a bursement therefore, or an allowance are playing to win the Women'sEastern

estimated to number 1,315,600; the of 20 cents a mile for Championship at Norfolk] ,

Navy 686,683; the AF, 949,970 and .t goods moved in a person's Va. They havo behind them a
I JMMMMHNBBHMM -
the Marine Corps, 220,617. The SOMEBODY'S GOT NOBODY Photo raphtr's model Lyn trailer at transfer time. creditable record for the Station.

Army lost the greatest number j I Jones threw a body punch at RKO-Radio Pictures recently when Similar bills have been Introduced To them we say "a job well done'
of men from the preceding month, she filed a $100,000 suit to Mop the company from using a picture and good luck tt Nodok\] ; ;
to advertise Its movie "Underwater," starring Jane Russell Miss previously] but due to l
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38,312; the Navy dropped 5,092; I swimming around hi
Jones claims the Biklnl-co\ered body pictured lack of Pentagon support' no
the AF 16,741, and ,the Marine in the deep blue really belongs to her. She says Miss Russell's SOSh
action taken.
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Eastern Basketball Tournev VM ,

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quarter-finals of the Florida ter-final tilt to Jacksonville's kerjax again were topped by a r.t

State Women's Basketball Pepsi-Cola sextet. 33-point performance by Gerri t 1L %
Championship Tourney at The Women Bottlers went on Gorsky. Sister Pat rang up 24 ;

Tampa last week, the Jax to win the State title by defeating markers.
Navy Crackerjax returned Pensacola Navy, 81-52, in the Take Late Lead
home and then took off again finals. Pepsl-Cola went ahead for the
for the All-Navy Eastern Trounce Hypos first time in the game with only
Wave cage championships at However, on the credit side of three minutes in the final quarter

Norfolk this week.It the ledger was Pat Ashcraft's remaining.Five .
was a spirit-rcnding loss the Crackerjax suffered at Gorsky's winning the All-State up a lead which the Crackerjaxcould
Tampa as they dropped the quar- free throw, title, and Gerri Gorsky not overcome.
making the All-Second team.It .
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Taking part in the two games 1
was the second State tourna- for Jax Navy" were: Diane Fitz-
PendergrasIn ment in which the Crackerjaxlost patrick, Anne Simmons, Mary
out in the quarter-finals, Andersen, Beverly Bistodeau, > 4
Pan-Am I losing in the AAU meet at Jack Shirley Dclaverjjne' Jean Larson,

sonville in an over-time contest. I Ashcraft, Fleming and the Cot-
The Crackerjax opened the sky twins.
Skeet WinNARTU's Tampa tourney by outclassing an .
inexperienced Hypos of Tampa

Ken Pendergras shattered clUb, 77-25. Short ShortsThe NATTC CAGE CHAMPS-Winners of their first title since
19B targets in 200 shots to Gerrl Gorsky Gets 33 Milwaukee Braves have 132regule.r the school was opened more than a year ago, these basketeers
.win the Pan-American Games When Norma Fleming dumpedin from Naval Air Weapons System School won the NATTCentrr
Skeet Championship at Mexico the 74th point of the game for and farm players in the intramural basketball crown in the season just ended. Front row I
Armed Forces. About of these (left to right) are: Milt Jackson; Ken Ausmus, and Jim Woodham.
City this week.I'endel'gras the locals, it set a new high scor- Rear, AI Bucholz; Ed Larsen; Lt. Arthur Knoiien, athletic officer; II
was three targetsin ing mark for the Waves' hard- are expected to be discharged dur I Jim Bliddleton, and Carl Quitmeyer. *"
front of his nearest opponents wood juggernaut. ing the 1955 season .

after firing had subsided. Three Coaches Matt Kurilich and Ed e I Georgia Golf Sports FromYesteryear9
men were deadlocked for runner- Lucovsky used the entire squadin The Cincinnati Redlega 1 will

up honors. this game. Gerri Gorsky's 33 meet the Washington Senators in Team Defeats
After the first day's shooting, points led the scoring parade. a Grapefruit League game at
Pendergras had a score of 74x75. Against Pepsi-Cola, the Crac Camp Gordon, Ga., March 31 Another in a weekly feature
With 100x100 the next day, the Jax LinksmenThe that brings to life performances -
NARTU chief held a lead with on the Naval Air Station
highly-touted Jax Navy
174 targets shattered out of 175. sports scene from dusty issuesof
varsity golf squad won its third
Pendergras, member of the Jax the Jax Air News.
I win of the season, decision-
Navy Five-Man World Championship I young TEN YEARS AGO TODAYIt
ing Davidson College 23-4 last
,
team, was the only local man' was announced that SP-
Monday at the Station links.
and lone serviceman entered in (AC) Archie Carter would
the Game skeet event. I Scoring went this way: Comdr. coach the Station Softball
By virtue of his win over the Frank Heyer and Joe McDonaldJ team.
entire field, Pendergras took a ( ) defeated Gaither and Cannon, The 1944 Station softball
big step toward gaining a berthon Sol; Lou Brozo and Chuck Sum- team under coach Carter won
the Olympic skeet team in mitt (J) downed Swafford and the NAOTC championship.
1956. Scott, 7-2, and Lew Chaff and FIVE YEARS AGO TODAY
Ed Barnes (J/ tripped Foil and Jax-Navy varsity baseball

Parrott, 8-1. team opened it's 1950 season
Rods andNim..ods Last Sunday at the Station against North Carolina Stateat

course, the University of Georgia Mason Field. Jax lost 134.
I golf squad handed Jax Navy its Jax-Navy's basketball team

Grady Noble of 0 & R, and first loss of the year, 1710. finished the season with a red-
his wife, caught the limit of. : The Bulldogs clinched the win ink record of 13 wins and 22
bream while fishing in the lake in the final foursome as Bill loses. Only six of the 14 cagers
George area last week. Blair and Earl Bowden subdued who began the season for Jax

Joe West and wife, of 0 & R Jax Navy's Barnes and George Navy were still around- at the
I
came up with a report of catching n Ayers, 8-%. close.

six nice bass in Lake George, McDonald of Jax Navy was
also last week medalist with a 70. In Monday's
e Davidson tilt, low man was Chaff Spikers FourthAt
Robert A. Scott and Frank TRADE PUNCIIES-Sal Martinez of Jax Navy (right), swaps also with 70.
punches with Chuck Phillips of Key West Navy before losing bya
State Meet.
of 0 & R
Casey caught twelve knockout in the second round of the 156-pound finals of the .
theephead, using fiddlers and Sixth Naval District Boxing Tourney at Green Cove Springs last
crabs for bait. They fished last week. Martinet, of Fasron Six, won his semi-final bout with a Major Leagues The Jax Navy volleyball team
weekend at the north 'jetties. two-fisted decision ever Vinny DeClercq of Memphis Navy took fourth place in the Round

O & R's L. F. Royal boated Welcome ReturnOf Robin volleyball tournament at

nine black bass, using live shrimp Jax Blanked In District St. Petersburg last Saturday.
and fishing in a sand hill lake Service VetsTen Getting off to a bad start by
over in Dixie County last weekend losing their first three matchesto

of the 18 major league Miami YMCA and Sanford
BoxingAt Green CoveJax baseball clubs will welcome dia Navy, the Blue and Gold madea

Lcdr. W. D. Hall of ComFalrJa mond returnees from the Armed good attempt to get back on

and his wife and children, Navy boxers fell by the wayside before a vicious Forces sometime during, or priorto top by taking the next five mat

caught: 22 black bass at Kingsley onslaught of Key West Navy and Pensacola Navy sluggers the 1955 season. ches.A.
Lake last weekend. during the Sixth Naval District Championships last week at The Tigers are set to get back split with Florida State and
Also fishing at Kingsley lake St. Petersburg Recreation '
Green Cove Springs. depart-
five players, the Pirates three,
last weekend, another ComFairJax After the semi-finals, Jax Navy ment put Jax Navy's standing
Red Sox and Athletics two apiece,
; Comdr. and his tied for team honors. Host Green at 7 won and 5 lost.
man Henry, had only a pair of men remainingin
and the Dodgers Cubs Cardinals
,
Cove Springs gained third
place
,
wife, boated 13 bass. contention. Jefferson NAS
Roy Outstanding player for Jax
Yankees, White Sox and Indians.
notch ahead of Jax Memphis
Robert Roberts boated five nice heavyweight, and Sal Martinez, a Navy. Navy was R. L. Kaser of VP-18.
took, fifth LEADING THE parade of returning
place.
black bass at McGirt's Creek
Fasron Six, light middleweight, The next opposition for the
servicemen will be New
using a Paw Paw shiner. Keepup were the two left in the running. KW Takes Five Firsts York Yankee second baseman Blue and Gold will be sometimein
the good work, Robert! "Jeff" lost by a third round Final results:
May at the Sixth Naval District
Billy Martin and St. Louis Cardi-
SS Flyweight AI Glover Pensacola
TKO at the hands of Hank Ebron, over.Tiny MeRae Green Cove TKO (2). nal southpaw Wilmer "Vinegar volleyball tournament to beheld
Fishing for black bass shouldbe husky heavy from Key West Bantam-Klko Yanec Memphis, over
French! Gullerette, Green Cove split Bend" Mizell. at NAS, Jax.
better this weekend what with Navy. decision. I
the new moon. So be sure to fisht Phillips Outstanding over Ff'ather-Connle Wes Hall Pensacola Favor, Green h 2:45: Cove(2). Although Martin and Mizell cher Dick Brodowski.
the given times below. Martinez, who looked as thoughhe over Light Gordon Wo them, Penscoleiplit t.K won't be released from the Army Some of the other outstanding
Best times for fishing this couldn't miss in earlier tour- decision until mid-Summer- they shouldbe returning servicemen are Chicago -
Light-welter l -Tommy Keller Green
weekend are as follows: nament fights, was stopped by a Cove, over Al Smith, Key west, unani of some help to their clubs Cub catcher Harry Chiti, first
Saturday 0600 to 0940 and KO in 1:40: of the second stanza. mous.Welter Mitch Morley Pensacola I during the hectic pennant drive. baseman Tony Bartirome of the
1400 to 1845.Sunday Chuck Phillips, Key West Navy, over Ralph. Redmond. Fensacola unanimous. ANOTHER TOP-FLIGHT star, Pirates pitcher Bill Black and
0600 to 1035 and 1500 was the winner. Light-middle Chuck Phillips Key i already returned, is Pittsburgh'sDick outfielder J. W. Porter of the
West over Sal Martinez, Jax Navy,
to J 1843. However, Martinez, fairly new KU 1,40, ((2). I Groat, Pirate shortstop and Tigers and rnoundsman Bill Harrington .
Bob Drown to the fight game, looked good Wf'foIt.over Middle. -Paul Peanut Quinlan Warren, Pcnsacola Key, ex-Duke University All-Ameri- of the Kansas City Athle-

(Articles for this column can against Phillips. The rugged Key split LlRhtheavy decision- Pat Patterson, Key can.In tics. (AFPS)
b. submitted through Bob West battler was chosen outstanding West, over Pat Smith, Memphis, TKO the Boston Red Sox camp at .
Brown, Accessories Division, I boxer of the threg day event. 2:50:heavy(21. Hank Khrnn Key West I Sarasota now are returnees Faye!
O .& R, extension 55.) Pensacola and.Key.: West Navies over(3)- Roy Jefforson. Jan Navy TKO I Throneberry, outfielder, and pit- SOS .

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I TIME-OUT : ? ::.,' "" j ':.' Beaver Quint


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With i Gordon Robbie f HAS Cage.RunnerUp

Congratulations to the Jax .

Cackerjax for their
Navy receiving -

an invite to competein /
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the Women's A l 11.l N a v y''I $ $ _

Eastern Basketball Tourneyat I Fasron 109 captured second

Norfolk Naval I> a s e this place in final NAS intramural

week. 'f basketball league standing ;

Regardless of how they fare, with a victory over VC-62 last

andthe team should do very well, Ct week.
we're satisfied that they'll put up i After losing a 71-70 closie to

a whale of a show. : VC-62, the Beavers were declared

After the hardwood season is winners due to a league techni

over, the Cracker Jax name Mill cality.
still be in front of Jax Navy I ttf 5A r VC-62 dropped to the third slot

sports fans. A Softball team is t while VF-172 and Fasron Six
:
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now being formed. I M k share fourth place.A .

Composed of NAS, Hospital and S 5r_ solitary winner-takes-all

NATTCenter personnel the I '. .! '*'':':' -OW" game for the All-Station crown
Waves' Softball team, 1955 style, between VP-18 NAS champion
FINISH" SEASON Alllimigh\ running into one long streak; of hard lurk, with transfers takingt ,
will be stout contender.
a .: large toll, the Jax Navy Pliers basketball quintet continued to supply thrills for Mainside cage and NATTCenter title-holder,
fans The Fliers brought the 1054-5.r season to a close! with a 9-25: slate Front row (left to right) NAWS School, was held last nightat
The following word of appreciation : are Id! Yimcman; hick Tate, captain; Junior Casscll, and Bob St. John. Rear: I'rankfrCarrrf", } Mainside gym.
oath; Bradley Kidd; Jack Wofford; Billy Jack Datis, manager; Tom Nofs; Pete Sheet, and Lcdr.
came: to our attention thisweek i Jay It. Maze, NAS Special Services officer Absent were Johnny Wagoner, Claude Kenfro, John The Patrolmen, under the tute-

: I,I Urenth and Bob Fahy..... lage of ex-Buffalo University.
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""Whoever was iccponsible for cage performer Hal Kuhn, went
seeing to it that the handball '3** through the recent season withouta
&*w7r To I
IM'
courts across from Building 701 -" j v.WA 1B Softball blemish in 13 games.

were fixed up gets the profound *"*j> 5* ""* '* Slart 4 VP-18 WAS A slight favoriteto
April
thanks of the handball ** tV i *
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many ?M **- capture it's second consecutive
aboard the station A "afc niiT iaB' of the NAS intramural
players m At a meeting All-Station cake title. Last year,

Handball Fan." softball league last with almost the same lineup, the

Although one of our "minor1'' Tuesday, 15 teams signified intentions Patrolmen tripped AE School.

sports, it would surprise most of entering play. NAWS School was a formidable I

readers to find out the large Entries to date are: Special opponent, however. The Guided

number of people now taking Services, Personnel, NARTU, Missiles entered the fray holdinga

up the handball sport. Supply, ComFairJax, FAW-11, record of 18 wins against only

Dick Phillips, whom we remember VF-43 NAS Operations, Fasron 109, VP-5, three setbacks.!
as having played against Jax Snags Hospital, Communications, VC- .
62 VW-4 and FAETU.
BOQ, ,
Navy on the diamond here last
spring while a member of the Fasron 109 will be defendingit's Georgia Cops
IM CrownIntramural 1954 softball championship.The .
Cherry Point Flyers nine, has ret Bowling
schedule for "55" gets underway -
Match
With
ceived many major league offers. around April 4.
He's inclined to accept a Milwaukee the NAS breathing
on sports scene was -
Tomorrow at 1603() is the
contract. its last sighs this week with a battle for the All-Station deadline for all entries. Any Jax NettersThe

title between NAS and NATTCenter title-holders the only department wishing to participate
As they say parting is such) activity left. contact Special Servicesat University of Georgia ten

sweet sorrow. And it behooves us Date for this match was indefinite extension 512. nis team edged Jax Navy, :5.4,
scores of 185, 159 and 164.
last at Doone Park.
to in the form of Saturday
say goodbye: pending completion of
this column, to our friends aboard final plans for the play-off series. VF-43 went into a 24-pin lead I The decision came in the final

the Station (if we have any." ) Carrying NAS colors will be after the first game, 801777.' Chumney Second In doubles match when Merntt
The eventual winners practically -
Pound and Louis Smith of Geor-
To the probable relief of many the VF-43 Falcons, 4-0 conquerors -
salted it away with a whop AAU Diving Event defeated Len Curtis and Gene
folks, this is our last Time Out of Special Services last gia
S50 second while
ping game Anderson, 4-6, 6-4 and 9-7
spread. The discharge door opensto week. The Falcons are National Special Services was crawling Johnny Chumney of AOA( )
It was the second match of the
us today. League champions while Spe- home with a 747 mark. School, NATTCenter, placed sec
for Jax Navy. Next foe
We're indebted to a barrel-full cial Services holds the American ond in the diving event at the year on
Third game went to VF-43, 795 the varsity tennis card is GeorgiaTech's
of for loop banner. State AAU swimming and diving
people help given us duringour
780. Seibert's 226, in the second netmcn, here for a bout
tenure on the sports desk. It was the second straight time tournament last Saturday a tGainesvlllt'
game, was the only 200-or over this afternoon at Boone Park.
the S-S keglers went into an NAS .
With not enough space to mark in the three-game playoff. Jax Navy's nctters ire at hometo
rover we've in playoff battle only to finish i i Taking first place in the
everyone come For Special Services, Tony diving the University of Florida Saturday
contact while covering Jax second best. event was Craig White cf the and Duke University next
Gonzales stood out with a 505
Navy athletic events here's J. W. Seibert and Tom Owens, University of FloridaSoutheastern
a
Monday. All home matches are
series. Recording a smooth effort,
the
parting wave to allat NAS a combination that brought Conference champion. played at Boone Park on Park
Falcons victory all season long, Gonzales had games of 169, 170 ,
Jax.
and 166. Chumney was the only entrant Street.
And more explicitly, t e Air formed a good collective punchin from the Station who placed in Summary: .
the with 553 and 508
playoff,
News Editor Andy Planey, for the two-day meet. 6ia< |lea
Seek Softball Men
: Leon Wilson defeated Merritt
series, respectively. his help and patience during our Pound 6-1, 6-4 Dan Thomson I N)
Seibert had of 170 and Coach Dick Fosbenner has Issued .
"darker games M. C.t "You mother defeated SUn Steinberg. 6-4Hm6-2 Hill
say your
days" to Public Informa-
; Wlllli (N) defeated t>l
around big 226 call for candidates for the
1lauI1C
157 a
wrapped a
tion Officer Lt. Ted Morgan, and recommended you for your Job 44, 6-4, Dill ) defeated
second. Owens posted steady NATTCenter softball team. Len Curtlft.I 6-4, Dan Huff (;t
the entire staff of the Thursday us theater manager? defeated [f'l. Anderson, 6-0, fill.
Truth. All sailors and marines at the Contestant: "Yes, to my fath Horace Thom (C) defeated Walt Smith
&2 62.
NATTC Nine In Training Center are eligible to er-he owns the theater. McMullan and Vluft* (G) beat Wll-
Our good wishes to Frank Mc vie for a berth with the team. son and UurgarN). 2, 64. Smitli
and Thompson (N' defeated Thorn and
Caffrey, Jax Navy baseball and Home OpenerMarking Practice is held weekdays at SOS Steinberg, 6-2 64.) Pound and Srnlltiit I
basketball coach and intramural 1630 on the King Hall diamond 6-4<( ) defeated 07.: Curtis and Anderson, 4 I

director; Lcdr. Jay B. Maze, NAS it's first appearance
Special 'Services officer: Jack before home fans, the NATTCenter -

Harvey, golf pro, and Jack Piva baseball team will meet the NAS Golfers Compete In City Amateur
and Fred Ghioto. American Legion Post Nine Gen

Good luck also to: John Rai- erals Sunday at 1430 on the Mason The field will be crowded round tour over the Station elude: Mike Benak (80) and

ford, Jim Groover, Jim Skelton, Field diamond. with Naval Air Station golfers greensward beginning at 1030 Lew Chaff ((79)). In the second

"Hezzy" Walker and Tony Gonzales Last Sunday, Chuck Dawson'stossers when play gets underway tomorrow .Saturday. flight are George Ayres and
of the Mainside gym and lost to the Generals 2-0 at in the City Amateur :Leading Station participants Bob Page ((87)) and M. T. Dun- .

bowling alleys. Woodstock Park. Golf Tournament. are five men in the 74 bracket: can ((86),
.
Our work would've been Comdr. Frank Meyer, Joe McDonald Comdr. John R. Cody ((98)) is
made harder without the ,helpof Four players looked good in the A DOZEN SERVICE link- Bill i Barrow, Ed included among the thirds
NATTCenter journalist, jovial Sunday game including: "Jinx"Jankunis stem from th e.Station will be Barnes and Rod Pinney. flight field.

Pete Salvus, veteran of pitcher; ,Bill Richards, hand m addition to a quartet THEY ENDED up tied for TilE TOURNAMENT Is being '

many writing campaigns. shortstop; George Boyko on sec of outstanding NAS civilian fourth place after recent quali sponsored by the Brent-

Nothing but the best of cooperation ond, and Jon Hockcnberry on golfers./! i tying rounds. wood Golf Association with

has always been givenus first. First round play tomorrow Other Station linksmen in endorsement of the Jackson

from ComFair Jax Public information Coach Dawson has about 30 takes place over the city-owned championship flight play, and ville Amateur Golf'Association.

Officer Lt. Dave men turning out for the squadat Brentwood course. All rounds medal scores, are: Ray KenA new champion is bound to

Barksdale and journalist Fred present but planned a cut this in.fllghts below: the championship nedy (75); Chuck Summitt and be crowned this year. Bill

McClung. Thanks also to l'A W-II week. However, he emphasizedthat bracket will be held there. Herb Pinney ((77) and Lou Scarbrough, ex-NAS ace link-

aggressive tub-thumper, Doug any student at the Training After tomorrow's opening Brozo and Charles Boucher ster who won the title last

Lyke. Center or support personnel wish round, championship flight (78)), year, is now at Memphis and

As we !said before, wish we ing to make a try for the squad competitors will vie in a second First flight contenders 'in unable I to defend.r. .'

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3 bdrm home, $55. Navy cpl. to .

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3 bdrm home, 2243 Walter Ave. AT. Cadet.... 50.00 ...-- .._.. -.... .......- _...... _.... ......... --.. --... -.... -- N.... ....._ -_.-. the more popular at the
EV 9-6164, Taylor.
NAS, NATTCenter and Hospital
2 bdrm home, $1,000, $57.10 mo.
Wolford Leading CPO book centers are the following:
55 Per-Cent Forces Stateside
2731 Lake Shore Blvd EV 8- I Of
Conquest of Everest, by Sir John
7015. ; At AK School, Departs
The DOD has with outside the country. At the end Hunt; Fall of a Titan, by Igor
6 rm brick home & gar. 1053 Chief petty officer in come up
Willis: Dr., Murray Hill. EV 85C90. Leading some interesting statistics on the of October total Army strength Gouzenko; Story of Man, by

Aviation Storekeeper School at disposition of U. .S.. military for was put at 1,370,285.The Carleton S. Coon; and ChesterBowies'

3 bdrm unfurn home, $750 down, NATTCenter since June 1952, ces. Air Force had the biggest Ambasador's Report
.
$46 mo. 5504 Arva Cir. EV 8- Bernie Wolford, AKC, was relieved Fifty-five percent of the na- percentage of personnel servingin *

1045. of his duties prior to transferlast tion's Armed Forces, or 1,800,000men the U. S., with 688,000 at home Among thoNe popular here and

2 bdrm brick home. 4565 CollegeSt. week. and women, are stationed in against 270,000 outside the continental listed among the Notable BooRs

the ZI while third U.S.About Is Of Whales and Men, by R B.
EV 9-C037. Chief Wolford was succeededby a or slightlymore

MISCELLANEOUS Dale Shannon, ADC, who has than 2,000,000, are shore- 40 percent of the 221,000 Robertson. Another on the nautical -

Riders to form car pool or obtain been at the School since OctO: based outside the U4 S. and 12 marines were serving overseas theme which is asked for

ride from Cassat & San Juan ber, 1952, reporting here from percent, or 400,000, are afloat. and an additional 5000 leather steadily: Ls Kenneth Dodson's Away

vicinity. Wk hrs 07001530. 0 NAS Miramar. These rounded figures are estimates necks were aboard ship. The Navy All Boats Curiously enough

& R. EV 8-7685 or ext. 517. Jor chief has been assigned as of last Aug. 31. had 41,000 of its personnel shore- though, this book has not receivedas

dan. The outgoing to VJ-62 at Sanford for The Army reported.that about based outside of the U. S., with big a play as did its notableforerunner

Lost: Mar. 9, 1400, near Barnett half its personnel were stationed 266,000 shore-based in the U. S. Caine Mutiny.
duty. .
Bank, aqua green snorkel In the U. S. and half were and 400,000 afloat. AFPS) C *

Schaefer fount. pen. R. W. Hod- Others listed" and available are

nctt, GFC, ext. 414. Reward. New Downward Hamilton Basso's View from Pom-
I pey's Head; But We Were Born
Riders from Southside Estates or I
Arlington via Matthews bridge Ejection Scat Free, by Elmer Davis; Journey to
5, 1 1I the Far Amazon, by Alain Cheer-
Ext. 707. EX 8-5279 Russey.
The Air Force has completed
brant; E. B. White's The Second
Wanted: Riders, 6-10, Riversideto
successful tests of a new down. Tree from the Corner; The Reason :
Bay, etc. Wk hrs. 0700.1530,
for Why, by Cecil i Woodham
lloogans Bldg. 122. ward ejection seat use on
Smith and Song of the Sky by
,
I ;
bombers.
Riders wanted to Calif. 29 March. high-speed
L Guy Murchie.
Contact G. C. Mapes, ext. 8487. Heretofore all ejection
escape
.. Also at the station's librariesare
Goings West-Will pay expenses have exploded the seat :
systems
I : God's Country and Mine, by'.
for
responsible driving .t
person and pilot upward. However, it
Lincoln sedan to Pasadena, I discovered that certain Jacques Barzun; U. S. Grant and '
was on
the American Military Tradition,
Calif. Contact Chaplain Car-
aircraft this method not
was Bruce Gatton Measure of Man
by ; ,
penter, Bldg. 750, Ph. 425. because of construction
possible
'. by Joseph Krutch; Man's Unconquerable

features. 4 Mind, 'by Gilbert Hlghet;
Civilians Plan Golf
The new system of emergency and Seven Years in Tibet by Hcln-
F .n.
2 escape from high-speed craft: utilizes rich Harrer.
Tourney April
an ejection seat which is *

The NAS Jax Civilian Golf exploded downward and out of
I (Page 3 Puzzle Answer)
Club' has revealed plans for another the aircraft. The seat is mountedon

tournament to be held Sat rails and is driven downwardby H L WoE

urday, April 2, at Hyde Park. the explosion of a powder N TIi Ala

Competition, to be held this cartridge. The system is fully r P EIRE A K DAREr EA

time on a handicap basis, is opento automatic. a RooN

all civilian employees. Handicaps .. nonos as

have ben established on last ..."" ,--_...." aaaao QUO

tourney play. However, those UP TilE LADDER-Fire petty officer promotions were announced N R 0L F I IN&
golfers who did not participateare this week by Aviation Electrician's Mate School. Lcdr.

still invited to enter the next SOS Orville Braddoek Jr.. training: officer of the "A" and "B" schools, I L D 0 EAL
congratulates Manfried Conners, AE3, while up the ladder are
) affair, with their handicaps to be Kenneth Sollars AE2; James EWes, AR1; Eldron Thornbergr, AE1.

determined on the day of play. nod Kenneth Steiner, AEI.
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