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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 31, 1955
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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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"WATCII THIS SIGN"Progress of the blr Navy Jacksonville Consolidated Charity Drive, ; ; 'I
opens this week, will be kept on this giant billboard at the corner of Muslin and Yorktown. '
tary and civilian personnel can' note the participation of their respective command via the ;
cent of quota scale.VP18 '
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above NAS will ;
Skyways VOL-13 No. 1 U. S. N. A. S.
roar with additional "shooshes" -
when VP-18 pilots take to -

the air to try out their new Lone ChiefRemains

jet-equipped patrol bombers. ::4 ?

VP-18 this week. accepted the At
Navy's first advanced model'P2V-
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7 "Neptune" patrol bomber,
which carries jet pods under its ANP) SchoolA

wings. .
I lone Navy chief petty officer '
Painters already have splashed I remains as an instructor today in GJ
yellow warnings on the multi-en Airmarr School : : \
Preparatory as 'Ri; f. ..
gine aircraft hangars reading, ;i :" ; ,
Marine Corps teachers have gradually .. ... 1 :\\l
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"Beware Jets. taken over those duties t H.. .
Tim COMMANDER of Fleet since the school. was turned over '"'
Air Wing. 11 anticipates that its to the Marines last Summer. U l! !

other Jacksonville-based patrol Kenneth Batdorff, ABC, teaches .: / &&i \
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units soon will be outfitted with strictly a Navy rating, that of 4
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the sleek P2V-7's. However, VP- aviation boatswain mate, to the .
18, commanded by Comdr. John Marines, Women Marine and 3)I
Straker, is the only unit in the Waves who go through his classes i
fleet to get delivery of the latest each week. S :
submarine killer as yet. The Airman School objectiveis *
The Navy will outfit the "Lan- to provide non-rated: personnelwith

cers" with the remaining 11 air information basic- to Naval : ;,
craft in their 12-plane comple- Aviation and the job of the aviation I.

ment by the end of April. boatswain mates aboard air .. ."... ,.:..... I.... !
craft carriers who handle launch-: .
The P2V-7 which is poweredby ." ""'
ings and landings of aircraft, and:
a combination of four jet and
the varied mechanical methods
reciprocating engine, can fly sustained i II
used in the procedures is explained
operations over land or
to the airmen students.
water, day or night, and in any ,
launching
Flight deck operation
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kind of weather. It is the most a
and beaching, and anchoring
recent addition to the Navy's sub i
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and mooring are explained brief-
hunting arsenal. : ;
ly to the students. Although women WHITES ARE EARLY
THE P2V-7 replaces the P2V-5, are not eligible for aviation sonnel sporting their dressy
an older version of the "N ep. boatswain mate ratings, it is Included not out of uniform. Due to
tune" which the Navy's land- (with the exception of
in their airman course tional period of wearing
based patrol squadrons through. (See Picture Page 4)) Either winter or summer
out the world currently are fly .< Heading for liberty in their
(left) of Operations and
ing.The P2V-7 actually was creat- Battleship ComingThe

ed in an effort to correct gripes battleship USS New Jer- Easter Week
voiced by P2V-5 pilots. Lockheed sey, will head a fleet of ships
officials compiled a list of com from Carrier Division Six, which

plaints, after polling these pilots will visit Mayport April 811. (
who said they wanted better vision The New Jersey will be the first Announced

more working space, addi- battleship ever to visit Jax. Also

tional power on takeoff, and more in the pack will be the DestroyerUSS Eastertide at Naval Air
efficient location. of electronic de Sifk, and submarines Tig-
Catholics and Protestants i
tection gear. rone and Burrfish. The heavy the
commemorating
A J-34 turbo jet engine, one cruiser USS Columbus is alreadyin
ments released by the
slung under each wing, greatly Florida waters.WEATHER .
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increases the pay load which the Blessing and distribution
OUTLOOK climax the ritual for ;
P2V-7 can carry. The jets permitthe palms
bomber to fly with spurts of Thursday-Warmer. Sunday at St. Edward's
extra speed\ over the target. Faster Friday-Cloudy. with masses scheduled at
takeoffs also are possible with rday-Continued cloudy. usual times by Capt. Herbert
increased rate of climb. SundayCool.rons McNally, chaplain. On



I I. Jax Units-Cited For 'Lantminex' I 4


Six Jacksonville naval aviation 6' and 109, and the staff of I I their participation in the
units have received a Commander Fleet Air Wing II, cise. VP-44 and VP-56f are
"well done" from Rear Ad-, s at Norfolk, Virginia and t :
miral Harry Saunders, Com AH of the units are stationedon is stationed at Coco Solo,
mander :Mine Forces, U. S. Atlantic board the Jacksonville Naval C. Z, ;
Fleet, for their aerial I Air Station, with the exceptionof Designed to improve the ;
minelaying work during i Attack Squadrons 35 and 105 ness of the fleet through
"Lantminex" loff Cape' which are home-based at NAS warfare training "Lantminex" ;

Remain, S. C. Cecil Field. 55 got underway on March 7 I
Cited were Attack Squadrons I ;Three Atlantic Fleet patrol is scheduled to end on April

35 and 105, Composite I Squadron squadrons, VP-44' VP-56 and VP. It's primary purpose is to
62, Fleet Aircraft\ Service Squad 45, also received a "well done" for (Please Turn to Page; 8, Col. ) (


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J1K\ W1nt--ufS The Navy has raised' the height lot two inches, the Navy also requirement.No .

elimated a provision that officer change is planned
limit for all its officer candidate for f.
candidates below the age ture Marine oficers
hf'd every Thursday for Nay and Mailne armittei at Naval' Air programs to 6' 6", the Navy's who must
gUUon. Jacksonville Fl*. of Medicine has disclosed.The of IS could not be taller than stand at,least r and ?
HAS, ....li..-..ilieCpt. Bureau 6' y. the new 6' 6" limit now than 6' S". morn
John S. TlUch .__.-?,,.,, M,:'.........................__??..tmm.ndlne OfI1l"rComdr. new regulation affects all
John N. Mjer -.....:t...... i .._ ... ... .Executhe Ollicer prospective naval officers including applies to all, regardless of age. The present height) limas. for

Rear Adm. John Ferry ........ fleet: .Air Jarktvatlll.. __............._..........ommnmier: those entering Annapolis OCS At the same time, the minimum Navy enlisted men will remain
Capt. Richard O. Greene __--= -___........._ ......Chief of Staff and the NROTC program.In height was lowered to 5' 4", two I a minimum of 5' and a maxJof
Fleet Air II"Ur tI.u: I than the previous 6' 6". (AFPS)
Capt. Edwin J. S. Young ..._____.__............Comn'Rntll'l stretching: the height ceil- inches shorter
Comdr. frank 1>. Meyer; ......-..............___.................................Chief :Staff QUlcrr
Natal Air Tethaital Tnlaia i f ('eater -- -
Capt. Henry C. DeLonir......._.._.. ...__._..Commanding Officer ,
Comdr. Edward: W. ntshnp._, .....,__---L.-.L...__...._____._.._..Kxecuttve Olficer ,r.
Naval lU.pUIOpt. )
Edward C. Kenney .. Commanding Officer
Capt. U A. Newton ,,,?,? ,.:.:.:,._.. ...::. ....:.:.=..:.:.::....._::.....:..::.'. .. .KxrcutUe: Officer
NAK1V
Capt. Wilson R. Baitlett ........... ........_..........,.,..._......Commanding Officer
Comdr Laurence Steffenhagen .._-_._..._......_................Kxccuti\e Officer

The JAX AIR NEWS U published weekly at (the U. S. M\al Air Station,
Jacksonville I Florida, and punted commerciallyllh non-npuinprlatrd fund
at no expense to the government: and In comfllanco, with\ NAVKXOrt P-35. Kev. $ { ro a dnl9p
Nov. 1915. tVPles are distributed free ol charge at the Naval Air Station, the
Natal Air Technical Training Center. Natal Air Receive Tialnlng Unit and the
U. S. Natal Hospital.
F.dllwndl'w II. I'lnney
Sport Editor--Coition Robbie. JO3: Start llvporteiiJock Holmei. PIll; There are 30 new titles in the!
T i
Nancy Ward, !SN. "
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The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member nl the Aimed Force Press Service. regular monthly shipment of y S
AFPS material appealing I In thin publication may nut be replanted withoutthe I _
written permission J of Armed Furies Press Service I Republication: df other books now ready in your libra _
mutter except by sen Ire publication, Is, prohibited without permission ofEditor. //S '
: : JAX AIR MAYS.; ries. Something for everyone to : .
Editorial offices located Main Administration' Building. Phone f'xlrnaloniHOllors A
8346, 218 and 8161.: ._.- talk about, think about or just j jenjoy. f iX iAr ? 1 1S

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Paid To : /<: : 'I' Among the fiction are two book j [ 1 ';

: club selections: Coromadcl (Mas _

Adm. CrawfordOn tens) fabulous adventure of trea
a__ 4'v
sure seeking in 17th century'

Official VisitFull India; Sincerely, Willie Wayde _

(Marquand) the career of an ambitious

honors were accorded Rear man, successful and ruth

Admiral G. C. Crawford, Com- less. For pure amusement in the LEARN AVIATION SUPPLY-A simulated "shipboard": supply -

mandant of the Six Naval Dis- satirical vein The Mouse That office for aviation storekeepers is given in the Class A Schoolat
the Training Center. Here instructor! Ernest Wittenberg, AKC
trict, who flew to Jacksonvillefrom I Roared (Wibberley) tells what (center), shows Salvator Frolo AA, and Juanita Flores, AA, how

his Charleston, S. C., head- happens when a tiny Duchy declare to check requisitioning against stock records. The supply afloat

quarters Tuesday for. his first j
visit to NAS Jax. 1 t: tures the Q bomb. Flaming accounting. .

After making a quick flyover Feather is an outstanding adventure

inspection of the Jacksonville tale of Africa. pp MR1b>r I

Naval Complex, he was met by ..." ,' -.., ,_ ..- AN ACTION-FACKED, tensely '
Capt. John S. Thach commanding -
Rear Adm. Crawford dramatic story of a modern liner -
officer of NAS Jacksonville. r HERE ARE AKSUCRC TO THE
and her captain's fateful decision
AFTER BEING extended courtesies ine training in 1927 at New London QUCSTIOHS SERVICEMEN AND 7> EIR
in stormy seas is Peisson's novel, >FAMILIES ASK THE VETERANICADMINISTRATION
at the Station and by the he went to Pearl Harbor, The Liner. Mystery fans will EVERY PAY... oQ.
Jacksonville Chamber of Com-
Submarine Division 14, subsequently want Two Tickets For Tangier .
merce, which honored him 'with .-I have had to take a physical -
taking command of the which finds Col. North on the course in a different school
a noon luncheon at the Roosevelt
examination to reinstate
Hotel, Admiral Crawford departed USS S-34. His next duty law him trail of a secret formula in the my A-Yea, provided your school
midst of all the intrigue Mason GI insurance policy which had
at 1800 for Charleston. back at New London. an in. does three things: (1) certifies

Born in Old Fort, N. C., in 1897, itructor at the submarine base. creates ter. Science for that fiction famous addicts charac lapsed. Is there any time limit to VA that you are a graduate

Admiral Crawford attended Co- will for submitting the examination student; (2) designates the sub-
From special Naval observer at find unusual reading in Earth to take at the second
lumbian Preparatory School, in report to VA? ject you are
U. S. Embassy London Admiral light (Clarke) and Snow Fury
,
school and (3)
Washington, D. C., in preparationfor A.-The agreese
with
report, along
Crawford (Holden).
Chief
became of Staff
entering the U. S. Naval Acad- reinstatement allow full credit for your language -
and Aide with Commander Sub- Non-Fiction selections are definitely your application, fulfill
emy, from which he graduatedwith course in partial
should be
sent to VA
marine Pacific Fleet, at which varied. Emotional Problems as soon at
the commission of ensignin went of your degree program.
time he was awarded the Legionof And What You Can Do possible. If you delay submitting -
1921. them from Q-A friend of mine, paralyzed
five to 31 days
Merit. After
a of About Them is
ON COMPLETION submarCATHOLIC year com- a practical self-
after during Korean military service,
the
manding Submarine examination, you must
Squadron 24'1 help manual Something Is Missing *
also include a statement to the is eligible for a "whcech..whousing" !
he reported as Assistant Chief of combines concise text and
DII I ( Staff to the Commander, Naval beautiful photography on the Asiatic effect that you are in as good grant from VA. If ht be
Base Portsmouth health as you were at the timeof gets this grant, will he also
t SfR lCE $ Va. Then came mind and way of life. Duel
to
.. .. the command of the USS Chicagoand Of Wits (Peter Churchill) is for the examination. If you wait entitled to a GI home loan

....::: -.. In 1947, Cruiser Division 3. those who want factual adventure longer than 31 days, you will finance the remainder of the coftf

He came to his present duty from reading-and account of a secret need a new physical examination. A.-Yes. His "wheelchair house

Sunday, Mass-0800, 0900, 1000- i command of Submarines, Atlantic. service I mission to occupied ing" grant will not deprive him

St Edward's; Chapel. I France. Q.-I am going to school underthe of his right to apply for a GI

Saturday-0800. Korean GI Bill. As a member loan to finance as much of the

of the remainder of the cost as can b.
Daily-0630. CROSSWORD PUZZLE organized reserves, I am

Sunday-0630--Mass at Hospital Acnots called] to active training duty for financed in that... manner.
I I."S 't S 6. 7 9 9 VO N brief -
Chapel. 1-MaVa periods of time. Will my GI

MORMON1930MondayNATTC 4-avtnede Il '3 "r allowance stop when I interruptmy

Chap I Small lump. I schooling for training duty?
12-Fruit drinkS I'5 /10 f// 1 ''il Em11Thursda"
lain's Office.CHRISTIAN. 11-Leaeen11Poem I / A.-Your allowance will not

SCIENCE11100TuesdayMainside 19 11) 1'l'.1. 11 be discontinued .
I Ordinance I Vi. so long as it is
( Chapel 1 Encountered: the practice of
school
/ 'l'f f 2S your to
Office on ramp.PROTESTANT. 17Frul'l"* : .. grant exemptions for these periods Alar.\ 31
!Renown l1 r/ 18 r/.I: 29 without Mainside Hells Island; John
22-Ptald i"l".I: Vh requiring formal

0930-A11 Saints' Chapel. 27.1011.24-1'roverbn, of low iv r// M : / 3i interruption of your training Payne, Mary Murphy.
1100-All) Saints' Chapel. 28-Creator Vh /: NATTC Pick Up On South
Q-Is it
.. possible to
convert Ko-
2>-Sun god 3'1 VjS Widmark JeJ*
1000-Naval Hospital ChapeL *Reeornpentf.' V./: rean GI term insurance to Street: Richard. ,
per-
(Note: Addresses of local II 32-Crony Strtnith ,. i7 V..I: 3j manent plans? I Peters.
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_. : understand this
[/.1. FeatherRiver
churches may be obtained by S3-Near could be done with Hospital Charge At
4KaRhlon35Solo n 040 WWII GI in- Love-
calling the Chaplain's Office, 425). surance. I am not a disabled : Guy Madison, Frank

e eAt -t5mooth'.J IB-Demon ? '11 11 0 WboM 'f3 04'4 6 "0 veteran. joy.
N
the Palm Sunday Service 39Spoken45Young Friday, Apr. 1
))) '41 '4S 'q SO A-Under the law, Korean Cl Attack.
3 the s Mal sid Fighter
m on April hospital chaplain, II-Liquid n e
Backward 7' S1. 594r1ek term insurance may not be con J. Carrol Naisn..
Chaplain William Swets will "- letter I I Sterling Hayden,
verted to permanent plans of Island: John
speak on the subject "The Cross 47-Anrer NATTC -Hells
48-Herfect r .....,. W I__, w.5..5._ Insurance. It Is
w.ti.TT.7-.iri.r possible, how-
Three will t Payne Murphy.
for a King" persons -Recent 4>-IIayn-( more Mary
iI-LonS, slender prince U-D. In ever for disabled Korea vet- On South
spirit 2G-Jo'ootUke Pick Up
be received on confession of Faithin 'ftl>h part U-On. who caste Hospital
I- elodlu I-Anllt U-Pnltend.] ballot erans to obtain permanent GI Widmark, Jean
Christ at this service. The -Strok. Street: Richard
tflvtr 2ZPAror flower )-TreaU. ,
63- In Wale* 'l-'nnch with insurance policies under
:
certain
Chapel is located next to the conjunction Jtpuk 24-Cut with Contemptamount Peters.
DOWN a .o- circumstances.
Out-Patients Clinic on Adams 1-Pigeon pea I-One. who toothed blade tkP. r\lrre4 Saturday, Apr. 2

Ave. in building A-l of the hos- a-Younr.ttr 2-Girls naoi*who rr.M': 26-Small 16--inner course :C Maeaw. hair Q-I am studying for a graduate Mainside Jennifer: Howard

pelt.ewepapeM. 1e.-Faaa t-Femal. 2 I-PaU.n n-Ma1'tlh degree under the Korean GI Duff, Ida Lupino. ,

pital.Schedule( of activities, includ- it-Lair Jl SI-M.ke.lI.-North Star,. 46-/!tRevr.ncesMohammedan Iolr moans Bill, I have to satisfy a foreign: NATTC Fighter Attack .

ing Easter week, can be found on / U-Impl. ;!-]\<>t. ft scale language requirement, but my Sterling Hayden, J.. Carrol Nalsh..

Page 1)). (Answer Page 8)) !school docs not offer foreign language Hospital Hells Island: John
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VC-62, FAW-11 VF-103 ReportScouting A .,.: t
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VC-62 .
one of FAW-ll's three maintenance -,
With :fives detachments A ,
currently
I units. Capt. Edwin J, S.
serving with the fleet in
Young headed the inspectors
various parts of the world, VC- 1
The following men have received I
62's half Hangar 114 has taken I
Good Conduct Medals to pin I
on an unusually empty aspect. i on their chests: Robert Frame,

The barracks are filed with empty SN; Jim Lunsford, RM3; John ; ,,' i
bunks and unused coffee
cups Peebles, YN2; Jimmy Robinson, ... .
hang on the ready room wall. TE8; Kenneth Ekstrom, RMSN, .. .:,(, ...t.
Almost 50 percent of the squad. '' : ''' '.
and Jim Mosely, SN. '':'' \
cons officers are on detachmentsand Under the guidance of Lt.jg( ) r .''

one-third of VC-62's enlisted Russell Sawyer, athletic officer, I \ .... :
men are helping to keep their the softball team is now workingout n s. .:c.
planes flying. With this big a bite twice a week. A practice \

out of the squadron's personnel, game with FasRon 109 is on tap _. _. :
-'iI"'IIW"' -
it looks as though the stay-at- at 1530 this afternoon at Enter. I

homes will be working 24 hour prise Field. I I PASS AROUND THE JUG-Capt. Richard O. Greene (center), VF-22 ClaimsAward
Chief of Staff Jacksonville, congratulates
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days to keep up. Lt. Wiley Conover, ass't. electronics -
I VF-22 skipper Lcdr. Judson Davis for the squadron's honors presented I
A little help for these weary I officer, has left the Navy by Naval Aviation News magazine. The award, a replicaof
workers came in the form of three I for a civilian vocation. I the mountain dew variety, is presented to the squadron posting Inthe
new men checking in. Leslie D. M highest records In aerial gunnery _

Woodall, AM1; Henry L. Wither- VF1MA

spoon, Jr., THAN, and Joseph E. hearty "Welcome Home" is Seven Battle GunneryFighter

Schiffer, AN, were the arrivals. extended to the following men of Squadrons Squadron 22 posted a

This small gain was more than i the Fighting 103. Lt Max Barr "first" last week when it was
counteracted by the discharge of ; who has been on additional dutyat presented the Naval Aviation

four old squadron hands. Robert Leeward Point, and as LSO For Weapons Proficiency News magazine award for excellence -
G. Heine, PHAN; Robert W. Hun- :for VF-74 aboard the USS Tyconderoga in aerial gunnery. The
ter, YN3; Harry Canfield, ADAN, during 'carrier qualifica- :. occasion marked the first timea
I With little more than three months left in fiscal 1955, the 19
and Gordon A. Zehrung PH3
tions for that squadron, Lt.jg( ) FairJax squadron has been
all left the squadron. Jerry S. Bassett who has been inI I Fleet Air Jacksonville weapons proficiency records: are thus far awarded the fleet-wide trophy. ;

Chief Goodson has trimmed the gunnery school at Centro* California divided between seven squadrons. The award, a replica of the .

softball squad down to 13 men and to Lt.jg( ) Frank Four Jacksonville Naval Air mountain dew variety, is presented 11
with a few openings still left. Liberto who has recently returned Station-baaed squadrons have "Top Man" score at 15,000 feet to the fighter: group postingthe
Don Gildewell pitched his second from leave. earned top honors in half of the and Knstgn: Donald' Gregory established highest records in air-to-air

no-hit-no-run game in a practice Ensign George Van De Weghe events and three Cecil Field the new 25,000-foot mark gunnery during the annual competitive

game against Naval Reserve shipsin departed this week for ABC squadron hold the remaining nine VA-105-M T1IE top squadron in exercises.In .

Jax. The game was deadlockeduntil school. top scores according to a BoxSeere rockets and dive bombing, and has addition to winning the overall
the fifth when Sherm Brent Congratulations are in order released this week by Lcdr
the top individual scores in glide squadron award, individual
and George Noble were the big for Eugene M. Hill, A01, and J. Arnold, gunnery officer for bombing, set by Lt. William M. i honors went to Lt.jg( ) S. T.
guns in a five run ihning. Four- James F. Ingersoll, AD3, wh. Commander Fleet Air Jax. (Shooting Sam) Martin for his
Lewallen and dive set I
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teen Naval Reserve batters were bombing
"shipped over" this week.Credit Clinging stubbornly to its three of
phenominal score 83.9 cent
struck out. by Lt. (jg) J. G. N. Taylor I per
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and two
'Top Squadrons" "Top
hits based on two flights. Martin'shigh \
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SFAWil Man" records, Fighter Squadron Fighter Squadron 171, stationed : score helped b o-o s t the
Union Ups at Jax garnered third place with
22, home-based at NAS Jax, is squadron average to 53.2 per cent .
Wing Staff officers, yesterday, still the top ComFalrJax squadron top squadron and Individual scoresin over last years champs' VF-81, i
conducted an administrative-ma Share( LimitAt I having held that position from high angle loft bombing. The a Norfolk-based squadron. The

terial inspection of Fasron 109, the first of the year. individual score was racked up Unit posted a 48.6 per cent to
the last meeting the Boardof TIlE "CAVALIERS" of VF-22 I by Lt. G. K. Gregory. win the award at that lime.
Directors of the Jax Navy Fed- hold the top squadron scores in Fourth place in weapons pro-
Courses Capt. Richard O. Greene Chief
Language eral Credit Union voted to Increase strafing, glide bombing and high ficiency goes to Attack Squadron ,
of Staff, making the
the share limit to $3,000 altitude dive bombing. Their two 175 for taking top squadron honors presenta-
Prove PopularEver tions, drew a parallel between
per account. Individual records were let in in low angle loft bombing.: VA-
since the end of World This was done in order to keep strafing, by Lcdr. Lorin W. Hay, 175 U stationed at NAS Jackson present day equipment and tech.
niques of a couple of decades
War II, Army and Air Force per pace with the fast growing assetsof and in high altitude dive bomb- ville. I ago.
sonnel have been learning.: world the Credit Union which were Ing, by Lt. Robert I. Roy. Although their squadrons didn't The ceremony was witnessedby

geography, history and economicsin over $210,000 as of the end of Two Cecil!1 Field squadrons, take any "Top Squadron" honors, the Editor of Naval AviationW.
20 different languages! February. Fighter Squadron 101 and Attack Lt. John E. Barker, a member of A. Kinsey' and Aviation Training .

Started as an experiment at Deposits are required to be Squadron 105( are tied for second Fighter Squadron 172, holds the Division i I Representative,
Monterey, Calif., today more than made by the last day of the monthin plat=e. "Top Man" record in rockets, and Comdr. L. B. Libbey, both of
2000 military students and instructors order that the money may VF-101 holds both the squadronand Ensign C. E. Reimer, a memberof whom made the trip from the

encompassing more of start drawing interest on the first individual records in gunneryat Attack Squadron 15, holds the Pentagon for the presentation

the principal races, learn not only of the following month, Credit 15,000 feet and gunnery at 25- Individual record in high angle ceremony. .
the languages but the absorbing Union officials announced. A divi- 000 feet Lt. Leroy Skelly net the loft bombing. (See chart below).

facts of the countries where the dend of 4% was declared in Jan- Extra Cash For

languages are spoken. Thousandsof uary for the year 1954.
others are enthusiastic gradu The Credit Union was organized !- WEAPONS PROFICJENCY
for the benefit of station per Vets Schools

ates.Plans are now to give the sonnel. Office hours are from 1100 ComFalrJax: Box Score. For Fiscal 1955 ,
School for veterans of the Korean
Monterey school permanent sta to 1630 Monday through Fridayat Type! Exercise Top Sqd Score Top Ian Score War has won approval in

tus. building 40. Strafing _.............VF'.22 14.8 lists JlayVF.22)( 52IIitsGunnery the House of Representatives

which voted an extra $155 million

15,000 Feet ......VF.I01 ".9 Illts SkelJyVF-I01)( ) 100 Hits under the Korean GI Bill.
f .c iP' 'h Included in the same bill is
j' lK Gunnery- -- $240 million to meet the 5 per
25,000 Feet :......VF.I01 32.3 hits OregoryVP"-10t( ) a8 Hits cent increase in veterans' compensation

Rockets ................VA-105 41,0 Feet BarkerVlI'.172)( ) Feet and pensions approvedby
Congress last The House
1 Glide 'nol1)bing ...VF.22 73.7 Feet 'LewalIenV( A.101S) 14 Feet year.
also approved $90 million for

:' r ri # x' r Dive Bombing ....V A.I05 47.2 Feet TaytorVA.105)( ) 17 Feet elementary schools in federal-

L :* IIIgh Altitude Dive crowded areas.
The heavy increase in ex-ser
j Bombing .........VF.22 219.0 Feet RoyVF.22)( ) 105 Feet vicemen applying for education
w A 4l
,...:. Low Angle Loft made the additional funds necessary
Bombing ......::.VA.175 202.7 Feet RelmerVA-l( ) 62 Feet A $540 million fund already
iA YM had been appropriated for the
HIgh Angle I.oft

Bombing ..........VF.171 588.5 Feet Orf'goryVF.l11)' ( ) 291 Feet current fiscal year.
p' Funds for children's schools,

5M."I .. for the current fiscal year, falls ,
--
into two clases. For construction
Get Their Man with the soldier at Little
MPs up a
of schools in places crowded by

Camp Chaffee, Ark. (AFPS) Rock, Ark., hospital. an influx of federal families since

tLi 1954, $48.5 million, plus $21.5 mil.
-You can't get away with it When captured, the soldier
,_ .._ .. lion from previously appropriatedfunds
.. .... ,, --
.u -i. .t"" """
RECEIVE DIPLOMAS-College extension diplomas courses for successful were :awarded com- Take the word of .a soldier Utah to evade arrest, said simply a $20-million maintenance fund,
of Florida
of University
Diction what such schools already -
four enlisted men at the Naval Air Technical[ Training Center by AWOL from Camp Robinson, : "I'm glad it's over with." equal to
Comdr. Samuel Lanier military personnel officer. Receiving; certificates have been receiving is: ap-
:' are left to right) Donald Tucker, AEC, radio; Carroll Ark., since 1942. m The soldier It now in the proved by the House. The bill
Downing, GFC, electricity; Cleveland Dore, carpentry and masonry MPs from here finally caught stockade now goes to the Senate.
and Kdwin: Stewart All, general psychology.






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" OFFccc s a Atom Powered Michigan\ Set To Pay


Planes FlyingIn Korea-Vet Bonus

Wheels have begun to roll for
A
tt t 15 Years? payment of a Michigan Koreanveterans'

4 bonus and officials say

, British nuclear experts declared processing of claims should start

that atom-powered planes may by April 8.
Vets who resided in
actually be flying within 10 or Michigan
:
during the six months precedingtheir
,t 15 years, and that in another service and who served

), five years, the principal problems: honorably for more than 60 daysin
Calendar' of Events
)t incident to the production of any branch between June 27,
Lunch served daily 1130-1300.
atomic-powered aircraft may be 1950 and Dec. 31, 1953, are eligi-
: Dinner served daily 1800-2030. '
solved. ble.The
: Friday 1st Happy Hour 1600- Michigan bonus calls for
I 1800. It has been disclosed by the payments of $10 for each monthof
b- Authority the
Atomic Energy ,
Saturday 2nd Monthly steakfry' service in the U. S. and $15
in Britain
central nuclear ,
agency for each month of
overseas duty.
Charcoal broiled
I delights. : H that research work is being con- Maximum is
$500.
Dancing i n the Anchor Room
ducted at Harwell into two or
from 9 to 1 to the music of Johnny T of atomic
three different types
I Jelinck; Stars and Bars party nuclear reactors, and that among generated by an atomic reactor,

for bachelor officers1630-1910. several private firms, includingRolls which has been one problem, is

1 Sunday, 3rd Sandwich lunch Royce, engineers have been well on the road to being solved

; 1100-1700; Buffet dinner 1000j the Authority has stated.
assigned to study developmentsat .
j ;03b. the research establishment.The .

Monday, 4th Club closed. A HARE WITII NO HAIR-While survivors watch intently, development of a metal
Class It. L. Overfleld of Fort demonstrates the SOS
SgU First Bragg, the
5th withstand
Tuesday Game night. to
strong enough
correct methods of skinning"and preparing a rabbit for cooking.
Fun for the young and old Pilot on left is holding a "dressed"' chicken. It's all part of the!' terrific heat and the radioactivity! ,

Prizes, cash and merchandise survival program in the piney woods of North Carolina.

Calling starts promptly at :20.:,0.

64.IT Pilots 'Live Off The Land' "
Wednesday, Art Mooney I
cocktail dance dunce to the

music of -one of America's most At N. C. Survival Camp _-l_

renowned bands from -1730 to .& _
1830; "All you can eat for a buck" "It's rough-but it's living

1830-2030. This week its Barbecue I !I"Pilots water obstacles by crosshatchingdry

spare ribs with baked macaroni of Fleet Air Jacksonville : Jogs into rafts or interweaving -

and cheese A meal served with squadrons who attended sur- branches into floats. They

all of the trimmings including vival training deep in the heartof learned how to build, fires-in,

desert and its only a dollar per I the piney woods section on the the rain, in pits or ovens madeof :

.plate. Ft. Bragg, N. C., reservation, have clay, gross and rocks, and to _

Thursday, 7th Family hourut only praise for what they ]learned prevent detection from smoke by _

the bar Select bar drinks but sincerely, hope they. using hard, non-smokeable woods

at reduced prices. won't have to use it, in earnest. like oak. They learned how to "

Known as "Operation Tenderfeet sleep, safely off the ground, in ;i
Mooney Coining:
V", the survival program is parachute hammocks or teepees, ...,<:.: X' J
You asked for music by a ,. \:" .' :
*'
'
conducted by Army and Marine and in shelters of branches laid > 'I.q, :
named band and now it's here.
instructors, but controlled by the I across fallen tree trunks and logs. j" ':
Art Mooney and his band are
Navy originating' Headquarters They learned to cat and enjoy
slated for another of the evening :' "
:
.cocktail session and the time is Commander Air Force, Atlantic fillet of rattlesnake or toasted .' ''' ... ,. ;" "" ;:::" ::; 't> .::,> l .... .;. ...'
Fleet in Norfolk, Va. Its grasshoppers. And they learnedto
next Wednesday from 17301830. SLEEP FLAYS VITAL ROLE-In his struggle to survive, the
The house apologizes for the objective is to train Navy and find clear drinking water sev- downed f.Uot"i must have some sleep and rest. The cameraman

length of the dance but 'sche Marine Corps pilots how to keep eral feet below ground surface. caught L ( ) W. A. Clingingpeel of Fighter Squadron 14, a Fleet
alive if forced down behind ene- 0 Air Jar unit, wrapped in his parachute during a period of rest.
duled it with the feeling that a Survivors construct shelters only if they plan to remain in a
.a ., little of the best is better than my lines. Every phase of the Much of the work was done in certain spot for a considerable length of time.
training is based stark realism .
none at all. There will be no admission on the classroom. To prove they had ----

charged and again the >and every pilot plays the game absorbed it, they were "dumped"in
i for keeps. He knows too,well it Art
dance occurs on Wednesday evening I the thick underbrush in teams, MOouey'Plays
t| when it's bargain night in may someday mean the difference. stripped of all "luxury items" and
E between life and death
the dining room (Menu above). with only a bare minimum of
.
*
Make your plans now to attend emergency rations, for a 48-hour HereApril
Pilots from VF-32 VF-34 VF-
I the Art Money cocktail dance. I testing period.No SALTY HUMOR FROM
31 and VA-35, based at NAS Cecil

Field, and VF-13, VF-14, VF-102 one gained any weight!! HER AND THEREAn

and VA-105, of ATG-201, also at But everyone found food of some 6thArt

r fi&iSince Cecil Field, joined with pilots type. All in all, "its' a miserable irate mother marched her

from other bases stretched along three days, but it could be the : very small son into a doctor's of-

the east coast from Atlantic City, training that keeps"one alive if Mooney, genial Irish gen fice and demanded of the doctor:
the first of the year, US' N. J. to Miami. For three days the situation arises, commented tleman and his orchestra-will
Ltjg( ) Charles G. King, of VF-321 "Is it possible for a tenyearoldto
AFI has announced a number of they learned the most valuable play for a crew's dance Wed-
life insurance obtainable-often "It gives a pilot the desire to nesday April 6 at King Hall perform an appendicitis opera
that have been
courses replacedby
from former prisoners of war keep from getting shot down and located at NATTCenter. tion?"
newer and more complete combat-earned impresses on him very much the
with
experience A long-time favorite of Jacksonville "Of ad-
course not, the doctor
textbooks. A few brand new cour- the rudiments of eluding the importance of freedom. "
enemy -
dance fans, Mooney is monished.The .
ses have been introduced also. living-off the land, and safeguarding Lcdr. R. E. Lytle, is officer- well known here, having play

American History heads the list against injury, sicknessand in-charge of the exercise. The ed for two Charity Carnivals. woman turned angrily on

of replaced courses. This courseis I weakness. Navy doctor was Ltjg( ) C. L. Before his the boy and said, "So, who was
at
now in two parts and is similar The pilots learned how to cross Ewing of NAS Cecjl Field.LONE King Hall at 2015 appearance, Mooney and right? Put it back!I"

to that usually offered in a .
his crew will play for a one- *

two-semester high school courseat t hour dancing stint from 1730 A Georgia gentleman who i is

grade levels eleven or twelve.As Ii to 1830 at the Officers Club. still fighting the Civil War was

-a completely overhauled Art Mooney stresses show- highly indignant when his daughter

course, Business Management is manship and production as wellas Mary, insisted on going up
now available. This course is sim- North to There she fell
danceable music and, as a College.
ilar to that usually offered in a in love with from Boston.
: result has one of the most ver- a boy
college level one semester course. a satile and entertaining bands Her letters to her mother spoke

The topics include nature of busi- in America. Mooney, is credited more and more glowingly of Bill,

ness, ownership, financing, loca- S V with starting the crew haircutfad and finally Mary wrote that he

tion and layout, marketing, per- ; '' aX f'Iti currently enjoying popula- had asked her to marry him. The
sonnel, and managerial control. :
S
S. mother husband'sreaction
rity among bandsmen, and uni- dreaded her
All of these topics will help you this'news but she
versally popular for.years now. to ,
avoid the most common pitfall of
The genial Irishman who has screwed up her courage and asked
business failures-poor business
made novelty tunes one of his "What would you think if
management. b Mary married a dam-yankee?"
., fortes, is currently injecting
in Calcu-
Replacement courses some of the old Glenn Miller "Well," he said with vehemence,
lus I, Introduction to AccountingI trademarks into his music. "that's one way to pay 'em back."
and II and General Psychology
LI_ S* I .

lire listed as available. These She was only a real estate 1st Cook: "Why do men eat

courses are all college level.If _.......n man's daughter: but he loved her more pancakes than waffles! for

you have any questions about ANP( SCIIOOL CHIEF-Only one Navy man remainsat lots. breakfast?"

these courses, or any other courses Airman Preparatory School as an instructor, but his teaching flapjacksslip
Mess "Because
offered by USAFI, come up is strictly Navy. He Js Kenneth Datdorff, ABC, instructor In avi- lie Sgt.:
ation boatswain's mate ratings who hereinstructsWoman, Marine : "Honeychile, will you All over and make room. Waffles
to the Education Center, Building Pvt. Evelyn Skiles and Marine Pvt. Edward Hoggs in a mofl -up marry me?" have a:l1onr:1dd'tread.: ,and, won't

I :JOSS, or, rail .extension: 8556.; of a carrier' arresting gear. (See S'ory'raff'' 1)). She: "Oh, this is 50 southern." ,, budge," --



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'Chute Loft J l',1

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Moved Intact j 4i

i:

To New SpotThe

,
parachute loft at NAS
Jax is on the move. YP 'kNr More excitement than the
As a matter of fact, it was fourth of July. That's the only
moved last week, the building itself way we can explain the tension,

that Is, and intact, in a 48- e er issw hopes and joys of the Waves on
hour operation. the Station this past week. taU

According to Capt. Ira N. Curtis started with the leaving of
resident officer in charge of the Crackcrjax to compete in the
construction, the moving median All Navy Eastern Championship<: -

ics were accomplished by jackingUp :: tournament. i

the 'building one foot, under __ __ __ _,_ '______.____._______._m____.___. '__'___'___......._._ Although only the team could
the longitudinal beams, then make the trip they were cheeredon
ON TilE 1\IOVE-Although the NAS parachute loft was moved across the street at the corner the miles all the
by
lust across
running eight-wheel dollies, four of Wasp and Enterprise, it still took some expert engineering the operation, with the
to an end, under the beams! building being moved from the vacant area at the right to the vacant area on the left. good wishes of everyone attachedto
the Station.

across THE the BUILDING street, from was its former moved Youth Offered 4 Choices SAFETY Then the .waiting S S began. It

location just south of Overhaul seemed as if we would never ",
& Repair department's area, to Box Score know the news of the games. The

its new location behind NAS In- Under New Reserve Plan DIftabling Injuries Through results finally started coming by

firmary, at the corner of Wasp Tuesday, March 2ft dispatch, calls and wire. The word
and Enterprise.The I I was passed quickly) and from the
(This is the second of a series of articles on the proposed This Month 'I smiles wearing
everyone was we
building, weighing
approxImately National Reserve Plan) This Year :2
200 tons, was moved on Washington (AFPSX-The proposed National Reserve Plan offers Days, Since fast knew our Crackeijax were doing
dollies which can support approximately the young men of the nation four ways of fulfilling their well.
Lost-Time Accident
20
350 tons each. Cost alone military obligations. As the team played, preparations -
of moving the parachute loft The newest feature of the planis were made for their return.A .
estimated which would the Navy and Marines. About welcome commitee was formed
building was at $20- a program enable
000. ... i about 100,000 men between the 30,000 men would enlist in either Committee Okays and plans were made to hold open'
ages of 17 and 19 to volunteer reserve each year with the house in their honor. J
THE OLD LOCATION of the each year for six months of basic understanding that they would The big event of the week came i
parachute loft will be the site on training to be followed by nine be called to two years active Advance Pay Bill when some of the girls from NA-:
which Overhaul& Repair depart- and-a-half years in the Ready duty within 24 months. A total TTCcnter and NAS were able togo
ment will erect a new building Reserve. of six years would be spent in A bill authorizing final settlement to Norfolk during their liberty

for 0 & R's repair of helicopter While on active duty, the six- the Ready Reserve. of pay and allowances a t hours and form a cheering section

aircraft. month trainees would be paid The third program actually is the time a serviceman is discharged for their team. Despite nervous
After the actual moving of the $30 a month. They could choose a continuation of the present excitement, the group was truely
draft law. Men who choose to has been approved by the the most enthusiastic cheerers at
'chute loft, it was lowered ontoa either the Army, Marine Corpsor
wait for induction would be called Senate Armed Services Commit the game
new foundation waiting for it Coast Guard as their branchof .
-and "business went on as us- service. into service for two years. After tee. It goes now to the Senate
ual" separation they would spend six for action. While things at home were be-

----- The Defense Department believes years training in Ready Reserve The bill would ing well taken care of, the Crac \
units pay separateesin kerjax j had the situation well in
that the six months of active -
duty would improve the (Next: The Ready and Standby advance for money earned with hand at Norfolk. The Waves! took #
kk ; 8a National Guard by eliminating Reserves and their structure under traveling home or to the place on the role of tourists when they

repeated attention to elementary the reserve plan.) they entered active duty. made a trip to nearby Williams-
.k +4 r at military subjects. At present, 70< burg, Va. Williamsburg is a re-
y.. percent of the Guard's enlistedmen constructed town of Colonial
times and the Waves, includingLt.
have received basic training
Elsie Hanson, were taken on
of
Assistant Secretary Defense --
:
fi4F' Carter 1*. Burgess has a guided tour of the historic ppot.

pointed out that men in this Saturday morning the Cracker-
program would have consider jax were guests of Comdr. K.; E.
able more basic training than ks' Knight, executive officer of the:;
USS Saipan and were served
the services '
are now giving.
F' lunch in the Petty Officer's Mess.!
) The other three programs require '
obliga- Sick bay saw three of th to
eight :year military
F tions but vary in the amount of Waves at Norfolk-Gerri Gorskywas
time to be spent on active duty treated for a bloody note,
Pat' Ashcraft for a badly bruised
and in the Ready Reserve.
1 13ti : : ; nose, and Diana Fitzpatrick fora
One choice offers three, four :,:,';UK'X!:: spill on the gym floor Pat Gor-

and six year enlistments in a ".: ,',',:' sky also was shyly displaying:: a

yZpk component of the Armed Forces.A purple eye.Words .
> of praise were passed
man who serves five years'active
around Norfolk for
wouldbe the excellent
duty in this program
manner in which the Waves con-
free if Ready Reserve training
commitments and placed in a i [ ; ij. ducted themselves during their
Standby Reserve unit. : \i .: week's stay. Telegrams) of encouragement -

'Another choice is aimed at and congratulationswere
bolstering reserve strength of ),' received from Captain JohnS.
.... Thach, Station Waves, and the
teams that had been eliminated
Interest Shown In GEAR ONCE-OVER-PlIots of Composite Squadron 62 come from' the tournament by the Crackerjax. -
under the close scrutiny of their skipper, Comdr. Don Dietz, at .
USAFI Courses an unscheduled Inspection held last week. The unprecedented review -
designed to point out discrepancies in flight regalia, was in S S
Continuous study is improvingthe line with the squadron's policy of.safety first. The week of March. 21 and the

.a..arc-wt- .. --- w q -. la. natural abilities of many at trip to Norfolk by both 'team and
the Naval Air Technical Training Surprise Flight Gear InspectionTests cheerers will long be remember
DEBRA'S KID SISTER Center through the facilities of- ed. But even after the memories
Publicity men predict a great fered by the Education and In- Readiness Of VC-62 Pilots grow; dim and the Waves who wont '

future for Lisa Gaye, kid sister formation Office, Building 500. -, a are one. to_ nnrtthpr"__ '_ .__._ hnsrv__n__... the.___
of Debra Faget. And they've released ; At the present time 41 personsare I Flight safety was, the 'motive Plaque which reads All Navy .
a photo just to show ,
put Mae
you taking correspondence courses sharkrchaser on
Champions of 1955 will in
how well things are shaping behind a recent unusual order to hang
up. The 20-year-old starlet displays through USAFI, and 32 are personnel of Composite Squadron Westcheck" fit of oxygen the place of honor, serving always
d in school and mask. SafetY' was the keywordof
her dancing talents in participating high to remind in-coming and out-
Cesa Romero's "Pasport to college general education level 62 to appear for, inspection in each command; ,torn gloves going personnel that the first Women's -
Danger" TV series. studies. working uniform and full flight allow. for a flash burn, 'Improper
. All Navy Championship ,q
AE School Honors Also, currently- -being conducted- gear, within a record minimumof shoes can snap off feet during was won by the 1955 Cracker j ax.

To is a course in Salesmanship, offer ten minutes. bail-out, leaky oxygen mask And to our team we can only ...
PinkertonHonor ed through the University of "We will have more of these spells blackout or death at high say "Well done"SOS,
student last week in Florida Extension Service whilea flight gear inspections," said altitude. .
Aviation Electrician's Mate course in American History alsois Comdr;; Don Dietz, skipper of the After inspection several pilots '
School Class B was Herbert Pin- under consideration. group "They are important for were seen at flight gear issue, .
kerton, AE1 Formerly an instructor safety of our pilots, our planes, renewing faulty equipment, and
in Class A School then at Old Maid: "He's the sixth man, our missions." later freshly laundered G-suits

Memphis, Pinkerton later served I've fallen in love with without I "Inspecting the pilots dressedin appeared on clothes-lines behind .

with Atlantic Fleet carriers.He avail." I G-suits, gloves, Mae Wests, homes of VC-62. pilots. Sgt.: "My girl has a figure, like
has been assigned to FAS- Friend: "Wear one on your next I helmets,, and oxygen masks, the ('Gobd' jo excellent" ,was the a million dollars." .

RON Three at NAS Norfolk ford date and maybe' you'll have better 1, skipper tersely ordered: "Get new comment won by the crew as !a Cpl.: "0h, yeah. Then most M
\.t3". tick."' I gloves::I use high-top !shoes! group. it ,Is poorly invested.!: "



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AFPS SPORTS Sports From VF-43, ANP( ),


Roundup 3 n+ Yesteryear Battle ForIeg

Another in a weekly feature
(By Armed Forces Press Service) that brings to life performances HonorsMainside

Billy Martin, player-manager of / on the Naval Air Station banner bearer VF-

the Ft. Carson, Colo., baseball : L.S sports scene from dusty issuesOf 43 and NATTCcnter representative
the Jax Air News.
team, will definitely return to the ANP) School were

New York Yankees this year TEN YEARS AGO TODAY deadlocked at press time at

early in October. He'll be eligibleto 'tt: The station volleyball trophywas two games apiece in the play '

play for the Bombers in the I won by Overhaul and Re- off for the all-station bowling
r :
World Series The fabulous pair department. In the best championship.The } .

Harlem Globe-trotters kept a nationwide -. two-out-of-three finals, 0 & R two clubs are engaged in
best-of-nine series for the
TV audience amused as knocked off Commissary Store, a
they clowned to a 64-53 win over 151015 and 1511. crown. Action moved to the

the Washington Generals at Great Baseball rather than softballwas NATTCenter alleys Wednesday,
with results too late for publi
Lakes Naval Training Center, Ill., the intramural sport dur- cation.In .
Mar. 12. Net proceeds went to: ing the summer season with
the U. S. Olympic Fund Look six hard ball teams primed to Tuesday's play ANP( )
"grabbed the first set with total
a
for Nashua to win the 81st run start the circuit.
ar e of 868 pins, to VF-43's 738.
ning of the Kentucky Derby at
Churchill Downs, May 7 FIVE YEARS AGO TODAY Fred England of ANP( ) was
high man with 206.
Cleveland will be The Jax-Navy and Wave
the site of In second
the match, the Falcons -
third Pan-American Games in basketball teams were honoredfor
of VF-43 back with
came ...
their fine season'sperformances
1959 Coast-to-coast theater past
yY i an 847-768 edge. ANP( ) made it
at the annual
TV has been announced for the
2-1 games by taking the third
heavyweight title bout between ROD AND GUN CLUBBERS-Rod and Gun Club facilities at banquet. The Jax-Navy team 737-714, but VF-43 kept the see-
Rocky Marciano and Don Cockell the Naval Air Station are displayed by Lloyd Linginfelter, AMC, racked up 21 victories against
at San Francisco, May 16. The In charge of the fish shack and Ed Rowe, KM, of NATTCenter. 8 defeats, while the Waves saw going by annexing the fourth
Participation in the newly organized club is open to all person* finished with 20 wins and five affair, 811.799.Total .
Britisher won't last 10 rounds nfl at NAS, Fleet Units, NATTC, Hospital! and NARTU. Availableis pin summaries:
with the champ Ft. Dix, N. J.,, all the equipment an outdoor enthusiast needs. I losses. NATTCcnter: Hay, 696; Bal-
Ft. Monmouth N. J.
dumped
,
bach, 681; Daly, 646; England, 639.
93-54, to annex the First Army I '
City Readies and Burner, 620.
basketball .
championship Quitea
VF-43: Dalton, 665; Seibert,
quote: Michigan State track'! 750; Hades, 624; Midling, 603 and
coach Karl Schlademan says:1 Softball re
.
LoopCompetition ? Steele, 569.Jonler
"Great athletes don't run on their I .
legs. They run on their hearts."
j Soft( allers
Prt. Francis "Cotton" Davidson I

of Ft. Carson is no stranger to I Enter City LoopCoach

the military. The former Baylor Softball leagues are now being Dick benner's NATT

grid star' spent four and a half formed by the City Recreation Center softball team will open

years I in the Texas National Department for night play at the play in the Jax City League Ap

Guard The Sherman High various Softball diamonds in the All-Station Cage' Title ril 18 and he has arranged several
School basketball team in Naples, practice games for his squad

Italy, is made up of dependentsof city.All sOftball prior to the opening date.
teams within the
Americans serving with the One veteran is' back from last

U.S. Navy and NATO Southern Jacksonville which includes metropolitan area, Taken Again By VP18Is year-Harry Powell, a center-
the Naval Air
One of the
Europe Hq. top fielder Showing promise with the
Station
and NAS Cecil
Field
are
basketball players in the Korea invited to participate.Teams there no stopping VP-18's hardwood athletes? club are Wally Rivers, shortstop,.
area this season was Lt. Walter A quick-breaking, ball-hawking band of Patrolmen from and Dave Richardson, first base-
will be assigned to the
Lee Terrill of the 32nd Quarter
Patrol Squadron 18 successfully defended their all-station man.
master Gp. He played three years various 'leagues that best fit their intramural basketball championship by rolling over Naval The squad is still open for candidates

of'college]] ball at North Carolina playing uniformed abilities. All leagues are Air Weapons School, 82-fi'4, in the title playoff game last and anyone wishing tory
State. leagues, and will start
Wednesday. out should report to Fosben-
play beginning the week of April
A/1C Phil Collins of Bryan the Mainside intramural ner at tre King Hall field.
11-15, with play continuing to Representing with his 17 points.Editor's .
AFB, Tex, recently won the circuit, VP-18 climaxed 1
August 7th. The season will be
( Note The Jax Air
doubles championship in the Dallas :
an all-winning season, rolling to
divided into the first and second Crackerjax Eye
News that -
regrets
Athletic Club handball tour- a more, complete
ill 14th straight triumph with-
halves, with the winner of each
nament for the second consecutive detailed story on the
out defeat. ActionWith
a Softball
i if different, 'meeting for the lea-
all-station playoff cannot be
year Warning to all middleweights Close At Halftime
: Cpl. Devon Warrenof gue title. \ told. The staff has been trying; the completion of a highly

Yokohama, Japan, will resume Trophies will be awarded the Making its first bid for the all- for five or six days to track successful basketball season the

his civilian In station diadem, NATTCenter's intramural down and obtain the official Jax Navy Wave Crackerjax nowwill
ring career Apr. 26. winning team each league,
Prior to entering the Army he representative, Naval scoreboolf, but to no avail). turn 'their attention to softball -
with the top'Men's City Loop,
Air School made
Weapons a good
had a 10-0 record. His service The first turnout will be
and the Girls' City loop"receiv fight of it, but bowed to superior held within the next two weeks.
record is 273. New England
awards well the team forces. At the halfway mark it
middleweight champ Jimmy Beau ing a* as Instead of two teams Main-
was still anyone's game, with
side and NATTCenter this
is currently stationed at Stewart trophies. sea
VP-18 leading by a scant point,
son the Naval Station will field
AFB N. Y.
Teams entering the leagues
44-43.lIowever VP-18 stepped
up
one club under the name Cracker-
The WAF basketball team at will be required to furnish their the pace to pull ahead in the second jar, already made famous by the

Lackland AFB, Tex., defeated uniforms, shoes, either spikes or half of play, never to be All Navy women's basketball
Wiesbaden AB, Germany, 36-23, tennis shoes, gloves and bats. headed. champions.
to win its third AF World Wide The fifty dollar team entry fee Kuhn Stars (Personnel are invited to visit

championship.! .? ."Keglers from will include softballs, which are Slick ball handler Hal Kuhn the USO Servicemen's Club at

South Japan edged a North Japan furnished by the City Recreation paced the VP-18 crew with 32 37 West Monroe St. The Clubis East Coast Track

team by 16 pins to win the Far Department for all league play. points, with teammate Kenny open from 0930-2339 daily) Tryouts ScheduledThere

East Air Forces bowling title. For further information, play- Bluemner netting 20 markers. Thursday, Mar 31 0800 danc-

Camp Lejeune's women marine's ing regulations, team contracts, "Easy" Ed Larsen, who has averaged ing to records, game night. will be no varsity

basketball team finished the sea- etc., phone or write City Recrea- 22 points per'game duringthe Friday, Apr. 1 Backward track team representing the

son with a 20-0 record, makingthe tion Department, 311 West Duval season, led the NAWS contin- party. Station this year, but daily

first undefeated season for Street, Jacksonville, phone -EL- gent with 25 points. 'Jumpin"Jim Saturday, Apr. 2 Open house workouts will be held for all
the lady leathernecks. 4-8331. Little aided the NAWS cause from 1400 to 2400;(dancing. personnel desiring to enter the
Sunday Apr.. 3 Morning vespers All Navy East Coast champion.

I then free refreshments, ship being held at Boston in

I courtesy of Riverside Presbyterian the latter' part of June.
I. I Leads Amateur Stroke I
II Heyer City By Church, free movie 2000 Personnel interested in

Winchester 73. working out for track and field
Naval Air Station golferswere Bill Barrow of ComFairJax and ; civilian, is leading the C divisionof Monday, Apr 4 Ping Pong events, please contact Jerry ,

still in the limelight following Tommy Jenkins, all tied with I the championship flight, with instructions with Frank Puskas; I Hargis at extension 8556.

sa ; the second round of. 154's. 167. Then comes Herb Pinney, fencing with Don Oakes; skating,
play of the City Amateur golf FOLLOWING the first two reduced rates; bowling. !
I. championship.Comdr. rounds, the championship flight NAS civilian, 168; Ned Searcy, i\, Tuesday, Apr. 5 Game night; Second Civilian Golf

Frank Heyer, of, Com- was split into four divisions (A, 168; Bill McEwen, 168; Charles dancing instructions.

FairWing 11, moved into the B, C, and D) of eight 'golfers. Blank,. 169 and Marshall Morrow, Wednesday, Apr. 6 Orchestra Tourney Saturday

front of the pack with a par 72 Charles Summitt, also of NAS, 170. night. Handicap play will be the
in the second round played at leads 'the B division with 155, > course of action at the second
.. NAS Jax links last Saturday. followed by John Dombroski, 156; Friday the tournament will be Director: "Have you ever had Civilian Golf Club tourney to be

Heyer, who fired a 74 in the first' Charles Boucher, NAS civilian, played at San Jose country club, any stage experience?" I played Saturday at Hyde Park.
while the finals are set Sunday Coed: "Well, I had my leg in a Tee of time
round, leads Ed Jenkins by one 157; Ray Kennedy,. NAS civilian, is 0800, with all

stroke, 146 to 147. 158; John Senuta, 158; Rod Pin- at Brentwood. cast once." participants expected to be off

Next in line, eight strokes off ney, NAS civilian, 162 and Lou Bill Scarbrough, Navy golfer the tee by 0830. Entrance fee is

I the pace are Joe MacDonald of Edwards, 162. now stationed at Memphis, won SOS $1, with prices going .to various

I NAS, Jax; Dr. Charles Hillyer; JIM DONAGIIY, another NAS j. the title last yea \ winners.r .-


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31 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven .

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Sway Over


.,.
: ;
Center
.- o a .b >. '. \ Keglers

.: :' "Flick" Flicko of NAWS Schoolis

leading the individual scoringof
the NATTCenter bowling lea

gue with an average of 169 for
l" i
: S the 29 games he has rolled. Meanwhile -

e t a three cornered race is

going on with Airman School, .
1 NAWS School and AO-O all

scrapping for the top spot.

.4 Max Way and Fred Daly, both
Airman School, Tiny Wilhorn of
MarVaDet and Charlie Summittof

AO-A School arc leading the

scoring parade.

Individual leaders are us follows -

: Flicko, 169; Way, 164; Daly,
160; Wilhorn, 160; Summitt, 159;

Clegg, 156; Balbach, 150; Burner,

150; Ludwick, 149; McBeth, 149}

'4s Cooper, 148; Rogers, 148; Mitchell
147; Tcsch, 145.

Others include: Cochran, 145;

England, 142; O'Dell, 142; Poling,
141; Kishimi, 141; Kimble, 141;

Wills, 141; Liddy, 140, and Glads-

man, 140.Ready.
.


JJ Pools For .


,; ,:,< / Summer Season
,- ; ;; ",;" ; :., ,;
_, w Cleaning and painting of the

HAIL, THE VICTORS-It was a gloomy day Monday (coldest spring day ever recorded in Jacksonville) but it failed to dampenthe two outdoor pools at the Naval
spirits of the group on hand to welcome back the Jax Navy Crackerjax basketball squad following its triumph at the Eastern Air Technical Training Centerare
I All-Navy championships. The Cra'ktrJn downed Patuxent River, 60-59 in the finals. Pat C.orskrvho: caged the winning point now underway and it it anticipated '
In the last 27' seconds, is hoisted upon arrival. Capt. John S. Thach (right), commanding officer of the Naval Air Station, was on the will be
openedin
hand to greet the victors. pools
May.
-
.
Pool 518, behind the Navy Exchange
Links Title PlayQualifying Crackerjax Capture EasternAllTVavv will be open to Officers,

chief petty officers, and their d..
SetAll pendents and guests. Pool 419 will

linksters who plan to en Hardwood Crown be for enlisted personnel, their
. dependents and guests.
ter the Station ChampionshipGolf --- -- J ----- -- -- --
V The Indoor Pool in Price NaU
Tournament would be
Champions of all they survey in women's Navy basket-
torium is to all .
wise to do so now ball east of the Mississippi and claimants of the All-Navy TAKING PART in the tournament open military personnel

The pairings will be made title, the Jax Navy Crackerjax were back home this week were Corpus Christi, Texas, J, their dependents and

following set the close of qualifications after winning the Eastern All-Navy crown at Naval Station, COMeight; Great Lakes, 111, NT. guests. .

for April at 1200. Norfolk, Va. C COMnine; Patuxent. River,
Bill Scarbrough, now stationed Md.- PRNC- Point R. I. Netters Bow
In the deciding game Sunday ; Quonset ,
at the end of the first
at Memphis, is the defending quartetin
NAS forfeit COMone Norfolk
afternoon the Crackerjax downedthe ; ,.
champion. Waves from Patuxent River, the championship game, the Va., NAS, COMfive; Philadelphia, To Gators
Crackerjax moved to a 35-32 lead ;
60-59, as Pat Gorsky sank a foul. COMfour; Jacksonville, Fla., NAS,
at the half. At the end of the
shot with 27 seconds to play. COMsix; St. Albans Naval Hospital -
third quarter they had a 12pointlead Patrick Next
I Rods; andNTimrods I The Crackerjax twin sisters, but Pax River knotted the New York, COMthree. I _

Pat, and Gerri Gorsky, dominatedthe count with 52 seconds left to play. THE c.....Sl'MMART.... 8eere University of Florida's racquet
game as they did all othersin Then came the deciding pointof FO FT TP wielders subdued Jacksonville
the double elimination tour- On I Gorsky :l9l2: 140Pat Navy 7-2 last Saturday at Riverside -
Rex Whiddon, T. P. Meixell and the tussle when Pat Ashcraftwas ) Gorky 41 43 123
ney. Gerri tallied 30 points and Norma Firming 14' 34 courts.
Ray Pick, all of 0 & R enjoyed a fouled and Gerri! Gorsky Shirley DrLaverfite 3 0 (
Pat netted 28 in the title affair. .
Mary Anderson 0 2 :2:I Strengthened by the return ol
good day's fishing for drum in IT WAS THE STEADY scoringof strode to the foul line to sink the Total. -ur ""la "air? veteran Ben Sobieraj and Jack

Nassau Sound. Whiddon snaggeda the "torrid twosome" throughout -i deciding point. With the ball in Toirnimmt Krrs Candland, Jax Navy was strongin
Cracker, 72. St. Albant, 19.
drum that weighed aproxi- the five games that broughtthe their possession the Crackerjax Cracker ax, 67. Norfolk 55. the early matches but wiltedto

mately 35 pounds. lie used crab laurels home to Jax in the stalled out the remaining seconds. Cracker Pax River IX, 61 64,, Crackerjax Great Lab, 54 59.I..eml- the more youthful Gators under -
first women's tournament of its final game). 85
a degree
sun.
meat for bait. Making up the squad in the Crackerjax.. 80, Pax River, 59 (Chantlonhlp .
kind in the Navy. Gerri made 59! > Game).
Jax Navy's home setto with
Comdr. Henry of ComFairJaxand title tournament, and all taking .
.
field and 22 foul shots for
Bob Brown of O & R fished goals part in the series,were Pat and Duke University was canceled
with shiners at Kingsley's Lake a total of 140 points or an averageof Gerrl Gorsky, Norma Fleming, Senior Diamondeers last Monday because of the rainy

Saturday until the wind got so 28 points a game. Close behindwas Pat Ashcraft, Jean Larson, Mary weather. Next opponent will be
sister Pat, who counted 41 Set Practice Till Patrick Air Force Base on April
high it forced them off the lake. Andersen, Shirley DeLavergneand .
field goals, converted 43 times
They boated nine very nice bass, Anne Simmons, team captain A third practice game against 6.
for a total of 125 and an averageof
largest weighing five pounds, 10 25 Beverly Bistodeau, and Diana Post 109 Generals will be played i Singles
ounces. a game. I Fitzpatrick. Saturday afternoon 0 n Mason Ben Sobieraj) (N) defeated Ed \
Also outstanding were Norma Kassalty (F) 6-4, 4-6, 97.
Comdr. Hall of ComFairJax, I Field at 1400 by the NATTCenter
his wife, son and daughter took Fleming who shifted from guardto : Announce Hours baseball team. The Generals edg- John Hires (F) defeated Leon

In a little drift fishing at King- forward and back as the occasion For Fish ShackThe ed the first two games, 2.1 and Wilson (N) 6-3, 61.
demanded, and the brilliant Bill Hutcherson (F) beat Jack
slay Lake with shiners. They I 82.
Fish Shack, behind the
work of Pat Ashcraft, hard working Candland, (N) 3-6, 6-2, 63.
boated 14 nice bass. Navy Exchange at NATTCenter, The Post nine won last Sunday,
hustling guard. Steve Marshall (F) downed Len
A nice mess of black bass out will be open only from ]1200 to i"-7 on Mason Field although Jon
DURING THE TOURNAMENT Curtis (N) 2-6, 6-2, 62.
of Ocean Pond was reported by 1400 Monday through Friday, lockcnberry and Mel Young both
the Crackerjax tallied 307 pointsto Augie LeCann (F) defeatedBob
Joe Reilly and Jimmy Reid of Special Services announced. hit homers for the 'N A TTC nine.
233 for the losers, slightly more Anderson (N) 6-4, 86.
O & R. Reilly caught bass
one
than 60 points a game. Francis "Ingram (F) beat Bill
tipping the scales at 9 pounds, Coach Jack Lucovsky shifted Goodman-Conner Duo Takes HonorsIn Willis (eN) 6.1, 6.2.Doubles.
three ounces. Shiners was usedas
.
bait. Fleming, Shirley DeLavergne, and
Mary Anderson into the forward CompetitionDoctor Wilson and Sobieraj (N) defeated -
Weather permitting, this weekend pivot spot to work with the Gor- Two-Ball Links Hires and John Heyck (F)
should be the best in a long skys and they "fed" the fabulous
Goodman and Dale Conner 6-4, 108.
time. twins to run up points. Fleming combined talents to snare Mickey Flynn net ng a score of LeCann and Ingram (F) defeated *

Best times for fishing this between her dual duties scored first place in the Class A Division 68. Candland and Dan ThompsonN

weekend are as follows: April 34 points. of the Two-ball golf tournament Shooting a 95 on a handicap of ( ) 6-4, 75.Hutcherson. .
2nd 0600 to 1200 and 1400 to After winning their first three held Sunday at the station 29, gave Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bishopa and Bill King- (F)

1830; April 3rd 0600 to ]1230 games, including 57-55 triumphover Ii n ks. low winning score of 66 to take I defeated Clint Johnson and Bob

and 1500 to"1830. I hosts Norfolk Flyerettes,the The winners recorded an 82 withan top position in the Class C divi Anderson, (N) 7-5: 63.

Bob Drown Crackerjax stumbled against Pax 11 point handicap giving them -

(News for this column can be River Saturday night and lost out a total of 71.Capturing sion.The tournament,was sponsoredby
submitted through Bob Brown, '6154. This forced the title affair the title in the Class I the Officer's Wives Golf Club 'SOSI'

extension 525, Accessories Divi- into a Sunday. afternoon contest. B Division was Mr. and Mrs. and open to men and women.
sion, 0 & R. OVERCOMING: A six! -point lead --.--------

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Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 31 March 1955

v. ...
t Easter SCUTTLEBUTT

: : (Continued from Page 1)

: will 1830.be heard Friday evening at


s1 The ceremony of Holy Satur-

day, beginning at 0700 with the

Blessings of the Baptismal Water,
Paschal Candle, and BaptismalFont
tj : will be followed immediately -

by High Mass about,0800.
Confessions will be heard at 1830.
r
J '' a Easter Sunday Masses at 0800,
0900 and 1000 commemoratethe p

Feast of the Resurrection of

Christ. The service at 1000 will C

be Solemn High Mass. ,

ALL THE traditional featuresof "I..,* that a tailor-made. neckerchief -
Holy Week, plus many extras, ?"
1 are being readied by All Saints'

Chapel, under the guidance of

Chaplain M. A. Carpenter and the at 0606, the Choir and Band will

.....w:;...H:<<-"...: the traditional bill-of-fare. All
I MASS COMPANY FOR1\fATION-Company 55-10, under the direction of S/Sgt. Ezell Walker,
(front center), was voted last week's honor company at Airman Preparatory School at NATTCenter. a full week of re- will return to services at All
.It.&rrt/Mia.v.I ... "nssttirt4-th'.....v._""'.", Pal m .CStt/f..!......"*'%*01 r Saints' Chapel with Chaplain
Marine will begin with the 0800 Episcopal Nickelson in charge. Chaplain
WEEKEND TIDE Eight CompaniesVie Communion Service under the Pieper, will lead the 0830 Easter

High Low direction of Chaplain Nickclson. Communion Service. Chaplain
AM PM AM PM For Weekly HonorsA Chaplain M. O. Stephenson, senior Carpenter will preach on the

Fri: 3:01: 3:34: 9:21: 9:41: l chaplain at NATTC, will be theme "I Was There" at the 1100
Sat: 4:06: 4:37: 10:19: 10.41: high spirit of competition cooperation and appearance in the in charge of the 0930 service, Easter Service of Worship The

Sun: 5.05: 5:33: 11:11: 11:35.mD1lD:: prevails among the eight Marine classes themselves.The while Chaplain''' Carpenter, will Choir will present special Easter

Corps companies, averaging about ten company commanders lead the llOd service' around the Music at the 0930 and 1100 ser

70 men each, in Airman Prepara -aYe. T/Sgt. Saverio Alcaro, S/Sgt. sermon topic "Help Wanted." vices. ,

tory School at the Naval Air Paul Hanshoe, Sgt. Jack Sawyer, All Saints' Chapel Choir will sing I EASTER EVENING the Protes
at the 0930 and 1100 services
,
tant Fellowship will
T/Sgt. Samuel Griffin, T/Sgt. sponsor a
Technical '
Training Center. Josepli l Thornton, S/Sgt. J. D. featuring a special.. trumpet solo- Theatre party, meeting at Building -

FOR RENT Not only among the studentsbut Stull, T/Sgt. John Scanlon, S/Sgt. 1st. 804 at 1900 to journey to a
5 rm unfurn house, 6151 Lyn- among the company commanders Jean LaPlace, S/Sgt. Ralph Mo- A special Maundy Thursday local theatre to view an outstanding

wood, Ev-90007 or El-47598. all Marine Corps sergeants, i ales,.,and S/Sgt. Ezell Walker. Communion Service at 2000 on religious film "Day of TrIumph
2 bdrm furn apt, $61, 654 May the spirit of rivalry is shown by I April 7 will climax the Lenten, ," after which refreshmentswill !
St., ext. 271, El-55003. the sharp and military manner ol Series "On the Way to Easter," be served. All hands are in-

3 rm furn apt, $45, 3008 Park St. those attending the school. SOS which have been presented weekly vited to this feature as well as

Ev-93232, Davidson. Each week a company is chosento by the chaplains during Lent. to all the other Holy Week observances .
.
3 im furn apt, 1218 Challcn Ave, wear the scarlet and gold This Thursday evening service. .
Ev-90291, Hanks. streamers atop their guidons, denoting Jax Units will take the place of the First i I "A Cross for a King" will be

the honor group for the (Continued from Page 1)) Sunday Communion for the monthof the Palm Sunday message of
3235 Post St.
4 rm furn apt, $85, ,
April. The All Saints' Choir
Chaplain W. A. Swets of St.uke's .
Ev-90891. week.The ate the effectiveness of mines and will rehearse Wednesday eveningat
record of honor performances Chapel, Naval Hospital, at
Unfurn. home 444)1 Marquette mine countermeasures.
1900 instead of its regular
which time several will
{ is held by S/Sgt. Ralph1ltorales persons
Ave. El-35422, Stanley. rehearsal timeof Thursday.
be received on Confession of
whose in
company During the exercise P5M "Mar1m"
3 rm bung. 1218 Rensselear Ave. February took the ribbons four seaplanes: and AD Skyraiderland A THREE HOUR Good Friday Faith. Mrs. W. A. Swets, organist,

I E1-4C651., McLeod. times in a row. Last week the planes demonstrated the importance Service will be presented between will play "The Palms" by Faureas
2 bdim unfurn house, Delmar honor company was commandedby of naval aircraft in mine 1200 and 1500 with special music arranged by Nevin. The timeof

Ave. Ev-99811, ... S/Sgt. Ezell Walker while warfare.A throughout. All Protestant Chap- the Sunday service has been

4 rm unfurn apt., $75, 3684 Hed- this week company 55-11, commanded lains will participate in the service changed from 1000 to 0930.A .
rick St, Avondale by T/Sgt. John Scan- variety of mines were used basing their meditations on MAUNDY THURSDAY Communion .
during the exercise, but none of
4 rm part furn, 6238 Seaboard, Ion, holds the honors. the Seven Last Words of Christ. service is scheduled for
NAS them contained normal explosives. Worshippers who are not able to 2000 7. "The Seven
near King. The honor Company is selectedon on April
They were loaded with pyrotechnic -
3 bdrm apt, 5905 Cedars Hill, Ev- the basis of barracks remain through the three-hour Words of the Cross" with appropriate -
appear material off
that sent flares
should feel free to enter
period
75215, aft. 1630, Legget. hymns and scripture will
ance, number of disciplinary cases -
and signals when actuated.In .
Furn. apt, util. furn. 2504 Post St. march discipline and class and leave as time permits, accord highlight the 1220 service on Good
Bray. rating forms. The latter judgedby congratulating the mine aviation ing to Chaplain Carpenter, who Friday. Special music with Mr

5 rm furn apt, $70. .2141 ForbesSt. classroom performances, is units for a job well done, urges all military and civilian Asa Gardiner as soloist will be
Rear Admiral.Saunders remarkedthat personnel to make their Good
on class discipline attitude presented at the service on Easter
Apt. furn. Ev93634. ratted. "this exceptionally big ex- Friday observations at the Naval Sunday.

2 furn Ev-94275 Groves. Z Puzzle Answer ercise in aerial mine planting was Air Station.
rm apt, (Page ) Capt. Edward J. Kenny, new
4 furn 3664 Hedricks carried out successfully on sche- Easter Sunday will be usheredin
rm apt, $65 commanding officer of Naval hospital
Ev-81598 avail Apr, 6. o N 6ApED WD dule in spite of adverse weather." with a Sunrise Service to be
wishes to encourage all per
T held at the Band Shell opposite
5 rm furn bung $85, Ey-98915, I sonnel to'attend the week's ob
Darling. SP F Ms "The girl you were out with I. the Administration Building, servances.

3 rm furn apt, $50, 3664 Hedricks, t: last night sure was ugly, wasn't where transportation and parkingare I .
Ev-81598. R Kp she?" facilitated. The Navy Band
p taaS "Ugly? Man when a snake gets and All-Saints Choir will present
4 furn $60 2561 Rosselle
rm apt, nana
St., Ev- 76832. Bananas Ft EN drunk, he sees her." special Easter music. All Protes- Pay A Visit To

2 bdrm house, kitch equip. $75, JQUH C LT .0 tant chaplains will participate,
4441 Marquette, Ev-35422. 1 FR J Many a woman has discovered Chaplain Stevenson bringing the
Your
I E I D N
Green St. that once she buys a "Dior" dress message.
3 rm furn apt, $60, 298,4 0
she's flat-busted. Following the Sunrise Service
,
ext 8153, Ev-84447, aft. 5:30: ,

J Hester. r" ;: ..w, Navy Exchange
2 bdrm furn apt, 8524 Matra Ave.,

Orange Pk, Ev-88244, Fadler, .

2 bdrm house, kitch equip, $80,

5256 Ev84533.Camille Ave. Lakeshore, V The Profits Come


2 bdrm furn apt, 5205 San Juan,
Ev95677. Back To Your

FOR SALE

J bdrm house, 4648 Tambark Rd. + Welfare Fund

West Field, Ev96556. r
a 2 bdrm home, 4232 DaVincf Ave.
(Your Exchange Is A Privilege.
ext 629 Yesko.
Have Your ProperIdentification
] bdrm home to share, 256 Del-
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House trailer, $850, 24 ft. 5939 :
Rosevelt Blvd, Trout Trailer )_ tS* VVV : V' "VWLA Then' there was the Navy den

Pk. lot 18. .1 tist who received a 21-gun salute
..
sip1" "mow
3, bdim home, $11,500. (equity upon retirement.
$3250)) 1747 Sefa Cir W. Ev S
88410. A stripper was to be vaccinated -

3 bdrm gar. part furn. 4851 Man __.-.... ,'..._...... ... ....__H __ m ... ........... ......_.__ .. ___. ....___'..mnnn_ and she asked the doctor to

chester Rd. Lakeshore, Sten TEN-MILE HIKE-Members of the Marine Air Reserve Training: Detachment at the Naval Air do it somewhere so it wouldn't
shorn. Reserve Training: Unit, Jacksonville' "take five" during: their ten-mile conditioning; hike. Lt. Col. show.
Richard II. Pierce, commanding: officer of the detachment Is seated on the far: right. This type of "Okay he said. "Stick out
3 bdrm. home, sm. equity, Lakeshore hike ties in with the Marine Corps' policy of a well-balanced (round training program for nil "
\ 8264, Ev-71336, Skagg Marines. your tongue.



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