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Dimtiomf Slurs Of Tomorrow

I 4th Boys' Baseball Camp Opens Saturday 11

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The Jax-Navy Boys' Baseball Training Camp can Legion team Southern Area champions. Lcdr. Harry Knickelbine will direct the school,
which has mushroomed to tremendous proportionssince A Jointly sponsored NAS-City with Frank McCaffrey as head coach. Members of II

it was inaugurated three years ago, will open of Jacksonville project, the base- the Jax Navy varsity baseball team, along with
I its 1932 session Saturday morning at Mason Field. several other selected Naval oersonnel will _act as
Upwards of 500 youngsters of junior high school ball school was originated in the r instructors.This n

age between 12 and 15 years old, from the Jack- spring of 1949 to teach the youngsters '. year as in the past youngsters
sonville area are expected to be on hand for the the basic fundamentals of
first gathering Saturday which begins at 0930. will be picked up at specified -
Official ceremonies, at which the game, with the entire pro o. points for their trip to the
gram functioning on a nonprofessional O' station. Pickups will be made for
lads will be welcomed aboard,
basis. It is estimated .. Beach and Southside boys at
and which will feature addresses
that upwards of a total of 1,500 Boyd Southside playground at Hen-
by station and civic officials, will
lads have participated in these sessions in the past, dricks and LaSalle; in Springfeld,
open the 1952 meeting. an average of 500 per week.
... Guests for the first day's ses- Saturday's is the first of five consecutive sessions at Brentwood playground. and
sion include Bill Terry, former Students will be divided into groups with L'b er t y p l aygroun d, m R'iversi:d e. 13'i 11 T erry

New York Giants great, and nowa each group receiving specialized training on a rotating pic'k.up.point will be Riverside playground. Park
t basis. Such fundamentals as batting, bunting and Gilmore streets; Lake Shore and Ortega area,
local business man: Mayor Hav- running bases, and buses route to NAS will San I
sliding, fielding field sportsmanship en stop at Juan and
.. Burns of Jacksonville;; CrowMayor Burns will be taught. Roosevelt Blvd.Jacksonville, I
ther Boyd business manager of the Jacksonville The first session, which lasts about two hours, Coach Company following' the
I Baseball Club: Herb Thomas, former Chicago White will consist mainly of orientation, instruction, cales- same procedure as last year, will honor member-
Sox star and now athletic director at Raiford prison thenics and initial l practice Students will be instructed ship cards as fare on city buses from 0630 to 1330,

and George Coyle advisor___to the Post 9 Ameri- later in fundamentals. including boys coming from_. the Beaches.
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Opens March 10 J
JI AntiMosquitoGroup

Two-Week StudyOf JI I Inspects

Economic I I Control Unit

Mobilization SetA .-- About 100 members of the
I' Florida Anti-Mosquito: Association

two-weeK conferencecourse VOL-9 No. 47 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 6 March 1952 in annual conventionin

on economic mobilization : Jacksonville) toured the
scheduled for Jacksonville -'- --- Naval Air Station Tuesday

will open March 10 and TWO CARRIERS afternoon. They inspected the

run through March 21. I *' :Malaria and Mosquito\ Control

Capt. Terrell R. Nisewaner. F OPERATE HERE Unit's laboratories! and field

USN, leader of the instructor equipment here.
r team to conduct the course, left AT SAME TIMECarrier
Lcdr. John M. Hirst, president
the Naval Air Station last week
: : of the Association and officer-in
after a short visit to conclude f '".l7r Air Group One per
charge of the Unit conducted the
returned Jacksonvillelast
plans for the proposed course. sonnel to
j aboard the aircraft tour. A dragline for ditching and
Jointly sponsored by the Jacksonville : Fridav
Chamber of Commerceand I r < carrier USS Wasp after weeksof draining was set up, and demon
: in the Guantanamo strations of outdoor and Indoor
the Departments of the Army. operations -
Navy and Air Force, this course ,Bay area. fogging and misting were wit.
will be held in the Jacksonville Pilots of the Air Group which nessed.
Little Theatre. It will be attended I will be based at NAAS Cecil Assisting Dr. Hirst in showingthe
by about 150 Reserve and National I ; I Field, left the carrier at sea on visitors the Navy way of dis-
Guard officers and an equal Thursday, Some of them land insecting structures and aircraft
number of local civilian leaders ed at NAS Jacksonville while were Lcdr. Kenneth L. Knightand
of industry, education and SCI- others flew to Cecil Field and Lt. Joseph G. McWilliams,
ence. NAAS Sanford. both of whom are attached to the
Control Unit here.

Four hours daily instruction, 1LL The enlisted men of Fighter Lcdr. Hirst i who has been
presented by six faculty members I Squadron's 11, 12, 13 and Attack aboard the station since Aug.
of the Industrial College of Squadron 15 were put ashore at 1947. has played an important
the Armed Forces in two-hour Mayport: where the Wasp anchored part in establishing mosquito con-
morning and afternoon sessions, I for several hours. In trol projects at all naval installations
Monday through Friday, will addition to Air Group One's within the Sixth Naval Dis-
cover military and civilian prob- personnel a 400 man leave trict. It was due to his influence

lems involved in a mobilization 'i CANADIANS IN EXERCISE-Two Royal Canadian Air Force party from the ship's company that the Malaria and Mosquito
of the national for disembarked Control Unit became the first
economy war at Mayport.
pilots look on as a third member points toward II alifa' Nova
The will include studies Men in the leave permanently established Unit in
survey giant party,
Scotia, point of departure prior to their arrival here. The trio
of critical and strategic materials: many of whom are from Florida the Navy, where hundreds of re-
arrived at NAS last week and will work at operational headquarters -
internal security and war finance: and other southern states, serve officers some of whomare
of Fleet Air Wing 11 during Convex III, current Atlantic Fleet
geopolitics, economic warfare and ; will rejoin the carrier in an- now in Korea!' -receive train-
Lieutenants Jack
From left to
maneuvers. are Flight
procurement distribution logis- other in methods and the use
; Cuthill, Robert J, Gurney and Squadron Leader G, (i. Agnew. port.Arrival ing new
tics; manpower and economic of new equipment developed by
--- -- -----
stabilization: national production, ot the Wasp at May- Naval research.
I Convex /// Underway
transportation and technological port last Friday marked the .

progress. been first time in the that Jacksonville two carriers: had Red
area at Cross
Study will also be devoted to RCAF Pilots Join Forces one time. The second carrier
economic potentials and shortages the USS Leyte arrived last
,:" of critical materials throughout I Thursday to begin carrier train Opens f52Campaign
the world, including those ing exercises with local squad
faced by the enemies as well as rons.
the friends of Western democracy i In Current Fleet Exercise The carrier Wasp a veteran

I Ship of World War II combatwas
Members of the instructorsteam recommissioned as an Oris-
I 1 I Three Royal Canadian Air Force pilots from Halifax. Nova Annual membership campaignof '
lead by Captain Nisewaner kany class carrier shortly after Cross
the Red
Scotia arrived at NAS Jax last week shoes and !sub zero was
H sans snow
will be Col. Ralph] Sievers. the outbreak of the Korean conflict launched this week when Comdr.
T C.. U. S. Army; Capt. RichardV I clothing to participate in Convex III, current U S. Atlantic Fleet while the USS Leyte was James H. Armstrong Executive
Gregory. USN: Col. Thomas E. :1 I exercise. commissioned \ 1946.
Officer of the Naval Air Station,
USAF Col. --Ii was quite a jump in weather -- - Burnham C. McCaf-
McMahan : ChaunceyR I Captain
"Own" forces and "Enemy"forces. made the first donation by
Howland, U. S Armv: and contrast for the three RCAF free is commanding officer of pur-
Col. Marcus R. USAF pilots. Snow drifts of eight feet or I II the and Ford N. chasing first membership. The
.. King Lt'j Wasp Captain
1 more were evident when Squadron I CONVEX III is directed by Taylor commands the USS drive will be!' In force throughoutthe
Leader G. G. (Ray) Agnewand | (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 3)). I I I Leyte. month of March.
BelieveitorNotExhibit Flight Lts Robert J. Gurneyand I Chaplain John J. Burns, who is:

Jack Cuthill began logging' .& ;f} :W"' :."W' ;':" '.' ""- t directing the drive aboard the
.. ... r' .
IoiI .. '
: "
Coming their 1200 direct nautical miles toN >Io' .'JI' lIi station, is planning an active
.AS Jax. ,t..r:,'.. >i>,.! ':.-\O, i''i! '<< campaign whereby each individual
\ :' ''' 'jp y: $; vS will be contacted personallyand
Here March 9A The third such exercise held f..1,
given the opportunity to join.
since WWII. Convex: III is labeledas '.
van containing Ripley's one of the largest: Naval exer- ... ;; Not since the end of World
"Believe It or Not" exhibits cises ever held by the Atlantic 'r ",. .1. War II has the need for fundi
will be aboard the station Sun Fleet and is being staged in a ... :!- {. been so critical. The situation in
.. day March 9. for a one day sea area stretching from New Korea where only the Red Cross
showing. The exhibit will openat York to South America. can bring aid and consolation in
1130 and secure at sundown. the form of packages from hometo
Under the sponsorship of TILE CANADIAN trio attachedto } the fighting units, has brought
Disabled American Veterans' RCAF Squadrons 404 and 405, back many of the wartime emergency -
Association the exhibit is free are temporarily assigned to operational ( needs
,.. .
v to all personnel. Mr. and Mrs. headquarters of Fleet Air '
Robert Wager will accompany Wing 11 here. Responsibility for collecting
the van and will be on hand to Squadrons 404 and 405, basedat blood and blood plasma lies
answer questions. It will be located NAS, Key West. Fla., will fly wholly with the Red Cross. With-
across the street from the Lancaster bombers during the 22 out this blood and its derivatives,

NATTCenter Navy. Exchange. days of operations. Lancastersused many a wounded service man
during WWII played an im- would not be alive today. Although
Weather Outlook portant part in the war over the Armed Forces Blood
.. Nazi Germany and were a tre- Donor Program has provided an
Mpre rain is due this week-end, mendous help in bringing the emergency: supply of blood, the
according to the NAS Aerology' war to an end. overall program must be conducted -
Friday-Rain showers and con More than 100 surface and un- I among civilians, through local
tinued warm.SaturdayCl. dersea vessels as well as aircraft chapters of the Red Cross.

ar and colder j and approximately 600,000 officers I Servicemen and their depen-
Sunday-Partly cloudy and j and men are participating in FIRST RED CROSS CONTRIBUTOR annual Red Croft dents are provided with financial
warmer.don the opposing groups designated ass membership drive /got off to a good start at NAS this week with aid, as well as many other serv-
-- Comdr James II. Armstrong! :, NAS executive officer, the first to ices, which can be rendered only
make a contribution. Lorene Kirkpatrick) Administration depart through the Red Cross.
SABWODI II I ment, pins the Ked Cross emblem to the Commander's lapel* The Appointed by Chaplain Burnsto
IIIIII campaign will continue through the month of March Membership contact military and civilian

is only one dollar. Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 5))
... .

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Two SAX AIR NEWS 6 March 1952

X-flIff4JJi3 Social Security May Cover Armed Forces 11

To Select 381 Marine Reserve MaiorsBy

Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air .
Station Jacksonville, Fla. (Armed Forces Press Service) civilians desiring to enter directly Into Air
NAS, Jacksonville Members of the Armed Forces may soon be Force flying training has been reduced from
Capt. Douglas T. Day Commanding Officer covered bv Social Security. A bill to be intro- four.months to a maximum of four weeks, the
Comdr. James H. Armstrong : Executive Officer duced in Congress would grant Social Security Department of the Air Force has announced. .1.
Lcdr. Gordon D. Walker_____.Public Information Officer coverage to numerous occupations not already The speed-up will enable accepted cadets to
Fleet Air Jacksonville covered, including the Armed Forces. Social start training within three to five months after
Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison Commander Security coverage: that was credited to person- applying instead of the seven to ten months
nel who served during WWII would be ex- necessary in the past.
Fleet Air Wing Eleven tended to who .
Capt. Jesse S. McClure ___..__..._._.-___ Commander the men serve until Dec. 31 1952. At
Comdr. beginning of 1953 Servicemerj would then A 33-day tour for is
Joseph Chief Staff Officer have newspapermen being
to for their
ray coverage. Coverage bv
sponsored the
Army Ordnance
,Corps. The
Naval Air Technical Training Center would be based on the presumed pay of $160a tour
Capt. Lester K. Rice ...... _, ._.-.._ Commanding Officer month and include such benefits as a per- automotive will follow the trail of tanks and other .,

Comdr. Richard S. Stuart... .._._.Executive Officer manent insurance plan that extends to all hoard to use equipment in overseas from areas. the Beginning drawing in

Naval Hospital those covered by Social Security. Detroit it will cover Alaska, Hawaii, and the
Capt. Dwight J. Whartonu .Commanding Officer as. Far East.
NARTU Other bills recently introduced in Congressof .
Capt. Easton B. Noble... Commanding Oflcer interest to Servicemen include: Women Marines recently celebrated their .'
Comdr. Anthony Trusso Executive Officer 1. A bill to smerol the Officer Personnel Act ninth birthday with cake-cutting ceremoniesat
of 1947 so as to credit up to four years of serv- numerous bases and a televised ceremony
Editorial offices located 930 .
Building (topside) Phone extensionsx184
and 216. ice to certain specialized regular Army offi- in Washington; D. C.
cers. .
The JAX AIR NEWS It JIbllsheane: TY at me U. S. Naval Air Station.
2. A bill
Jacksonville. Florida, and printed commercially with non-appropriated funds to establish postal!' stations and The Air Force has been authorized an Increase -
at no epense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35. Rev. branch offices at military and defense install of 960 positions for male airmen in the
Nov. 1943. Copies are distributed free of charge: at the Naval Air Station the tions. Joint USA and USAF '
hatal Air Reserve Training Unit Naval Auxlllar Air Station Cecil Field, and
3. A bill to provide that wool purchased or encourAge
the U. S. Naval Hospital. Commanders have been told to ;
Editor-Andrew H. Planev procured bv the rmed Forces shall be pro qualified airmen to apply for this duty, nor-
Staff Members: Marian Sprenger, JO3; Mary Bixones. JOSN: duced in the U. S. as long as such wool is mally a three-year"assignment.
Dave Devroy, SN. a vRila ble.- .
4. A bill to provide for the issuance of
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member or tne Armed Forces Tress Service. a A series of short postgraduate courses for
AFPS material appearing l In this publication! may not be reprinted without special postage stamp in commemoration of Medical
the written permission of Aimed Forces Press Sen'Ice. Republication of other the establishment of the Ft. Leavenworth, Corps officers at military installations .
matter, except by service publications Is prohibited without permission of Kans. has,.been announced by the Army Medical '
Editor AX AIR NEW5. military postCriteria Service. The program is designed to afford

for changing its listing of Army medical officers the opportunity to receive

Board Plans To Review military personnel reported bv enemv sourcesin training available in. Army. installations.
Korea as prisoners of war from "Currently
Missing" to "Currently Captured" was recently A Marine Corps Promotion Board has con-
announced bv the Department of the Army. vened in Washington to select approximately
The change in status be made when 381 Reserve maiors from a possible 559. Thoseto
Navy Rating Structure mail is received written bv personnel in cus- be considered lie in the zone including Maj.
todv of opposing) forces, whose names appear Roy H. Elliott, Jr., through Maj. John G. Mc-
019> the recent list of alleged prisoners submit- Closkey. No date has been given for announce- r
(By Armed Forces Press Service) ted by the enemy. The action will not resultIn' ment of the promotions.
anv change of benefits provided bv Public .
A Navy Rating Structure Review Board will convene in the Law 490 as amended, referred to as the Miss- rresitf'r.t Truman has nominated 234 dis-
Bureau of Naval Personnel in April to consider possible changesin ing Persons Act. tinguished Air Force ROTC graduates for reg-
the present rating structure.The ular Air Force commissions. Also nominated ..
Board will review all rec- is The processing period formerly required of were 11 chaplains and 37 medical specialists. .. '
working continuously to keep
ommendations submitted and it the rating structure up to date. It on Nation. AM3, and Elwood ,t
is expected that many changes may be expected that changeswill ELECTRICITY IS Hahn, CSSN.
will be accepted. Some new rat- be announced semi-annually Two of the oldest hands in the
ings may be established while in order to phase them with examinations POWER Bits' squadron jet shop gave); been
for advancements. transferred to duly
new stations.
others could be done withor .
away Orville
NOT At 3. has been
combined. Certain jobs may the squadron are sent to White Sands. N. M., and
be classified under other ratings a third stripe as James Herdman, ADI left for
and new jobs placed under those Uncle Sam, month's E-3 exam. NAMTD at Memphis, Tenn.
that previously did not contain household Nicholas Carson .
them. electric bill has were advanc- Eight men from
Due to the progressive develop- will lately.have That to AA while John have spent a few weeks Operations at- f
ment of such weapons as guided the jump from the squadron Jet Shop getting
reduce the
missiles, jet planes, electronicsand k tric (aboard The only man checked out on Jet engine opera-
atomic submarines, the power was Peter Me- tion.

Navy's rating structure must undergo If everyone) Maintenance also reports that
changes to keep i n line cutting down in the steady stream they are working on a complete
with these material and technical overall effect will and reserves that aircraft transfer for VA-175 and
developments. Throughoutthe duction. Using the ed and releas- are at present checking and
years it has kept pace with bulb which will duty, six more painting all of their aircraft.
the expanding concepts of modern illumination is to Separation and The Squadron Dance and Par-
naval warfare.IN economizing. in the last ty which was held last Friday at
CONSIDERING the rating lights in offices Baldwin. TEM1; the Duval Armory was a great ...
structure the Board will take up I when unoccupied ADE2; William success with approximately 500
the problem of emergency service lights during ; Richard M. persons attending.
as well as eneral service areas near ; C. Bivens Dancing to a local orchestraand
ratings. The emergency service The majority F. Haisten, AN, a floor show put on by squadron -
structure is designed to be put 'into and wash rooms program.'X .group to go. and professional talent were
effect in the event of war, so artificial lighting the main attractions. Highlight ..
that training time may be shortened light hours. The release, Benham of the show was Joe Gill's imita- .
through maximum use of lights and New York where tion of a "Cigarette Girl. A great
civilian education and experi doorways are by the American amount of time and effort on the
fence ed to burn in ; Schmidt, part of the recreation committee -
IT MAY TAKE from weeks to They should be engineer, is was necessary to make the
years to make a change in the the same schedule expects to go to party the success that it was.
street (that ; will return to his Since Ewell E.
structure. For example, in 1949 before Horning, AEC:
where he is
hour em- who has been in
the Navy decided to combine the charge of the
do r Some ; Bivens will go squadron electric
ratings fire controlman and fire large shop for the
control technician into one rating close the Venetian where he oper) past couple of years has been
cf fire technician.The the sun is shining, farm and Haisten transferred to NAMTD at Memphis -
all interior in the vicinity Tenn. Charles Valentine
change was recommendedby where he is at ,
AE1 has ..
clear case of taken over operation of
the Board .nd then submittedfor SUIT-The U. S. of the BJack Creek the
approval to the various technical Army Chemical Corps and Engineering power. Motors on + .
bureaus, JAG, The Chief Command in coopera- of equipment are ADC, who is
of Naval Operations and the Sec- tion with the QuartermasterCorps for considerable ,: the squadron jet Red Cross
retary of the Navy for approval. developed this new air- tween operations, spending!_20
Five allowed for fire tight, water-cooled a useless
years was a suit, de- over leave. This
controlman to his signed to from Page 1)
change rating. protect a soldier er.A enlistment for
The Bureau of Naval Personnel against both poison gas and 10 per cent or I over for six personnel aboard the station are
biological warfare. The water- tion in the Lt. (jg) Jack M. Ratzlaff and
cooling; system permits the can be expected. Merle Cook of Supply; Lois

, 1((DI El'SERVICES : '' hours.soldier to wear It for several operate"save electricity"in ) i I Willie who Culberson are on, I Miller Dieckhans of Communications of IRD; Lt. Francis; Marie J.

ADC, Lem- McDonald, Marine i Barracks; ..
( )) Julius R. Quina, O&R; Lt. Gordon

Scrub, Scrub, Scrub L. Kiester, Dental Dept.; Lt.
Stanley E... Smith and LeRoy G.

D830-M Saints o r n Protestant Chapel.I n g Services, All. Do You Know How, To Wash Your Clothes? Lcdr.Medley Harry, TDC Knicklebine, of Operations, Special ;. ..,
; Lt. David A. Barksdale.
0915-Naval Hospital ChapeL I
Public CWd
Maybe mom let in on a tub for 10 minutes longer. don't rftb Informatiin Officer;
W30-Sunday School, Small Cha1045All you or) the soap on them.The James Marcello of
_. few of her secrets for washing Then wash by kneading or socks should be rinsed well on and N. Infirmary,
Saints ChapeL clothes before you joined the squeezing. This should be doneto both sides, then squeezed and Works. Chris Farmer, Public
Catholic Service, but just in case shedidn't the inside or outside of the hung to dry, inside out. '4s *te '
here are a few good garment but never by rubbingone
t830 and 0930-Mass, St Ed
ward's Chapel. washday tips that will save you surface against'another.Then Washing khaki trousers, khakior Pop Turner Retires

1 C930-St. Edwards' Chapel (Catechism time wear and money. rinse well, squeezingout cotton shirts and shorts is a "Pop" Turner, a'familiar figure
Class). Take wool, for example. The the water and stretching somewhat different problem. in the Plant Division Machine ...

1030-Mass, St. Edward's Chapel important thing to remember is into shape. The garment then Pockets must be turned inside Shop in the O&R department, for
that its fibers shrink in hot wa- should be hung the it is
way the past ten retired
\ D645-Mass at Hospital Chapel ter, dissolve in alkalis from worn. Never wring woolens. out and shaken and brushed. years, Feb.

: Christian Science too strong soap and break and It is advisable to use hot water 29."Pop" was given a rod and
i Tuesday-2000-at Small Chapel Itretch when twisted in wring- Wool socks take a little extra when washing. Soap should be reel, a set of pipes, a lighter; anda
Mormon ing.With work. First they must be shak- rubbed in the soiled part, neck- wallet containing some pin
;,. Thursday-1930-at Small Cha this in mind, use soapy en out. Then the feet of the bands, cuffs, armpits and knees. money with best wishes from his
pel. lukewarm water. If you can t socks should be banged againstthe The clothing should; be scrub- fellow workers.
heat the water use a soft edge of the basin to bed with
Jewish soap remove a strong brush and "Pop" plans to set up a hobby
in cold 'ater.. Use clean water loose dirt. Wash in. clean soapy put back in the'water. Then it shop where he will do experimen.
1830-Monday, NATTC. Auditor- water, lukewarm or cold. should be thoroughly.. rinsed. tal work. He will make his homein
ium. Let soiled ,articles soak in ai Knead or squeeze only and (AFPS). Jacksonville.Page .

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-i. ,6 March 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

I Minimum 7-Day HospitalShips fIIIII)

I Deposit RequiredAt Soon To Have J.k

(By Armed Forces Press Service)
'Copter Decks I
Naval Hospital Brig. Gen. Wilbur Elliott Wilder -

who was the 'oldest living
I. -'" All hands are reminded that Helicopter flight decks will holder of the Congressional Medal

the Naval Hospital, Jacksonville I soon be installed in all Navy hos- of Honor, died recently at
Army Hospital Ft. Jay N. Y. at
that ,
It is
ships. expected
requires a minimum seven day pital the age of 95. Gen. Wilder was

deposit of $12.25 ($1.75 per day) : two helicopters will be stationedon also the oldest living graduateof

before a dependent can be admitted .: .. board each ship. West Point. A veteran of five
"", ... The announcement was made i Indian campaigns he was credited -
for hospitalization. If the liE"" 'o/, : >':t.:: ...' ....
:,;"", '. "k.;" .. \. .. < following a six-week test by the with being the officer who
patient remains longer than seven 1"1'4 .j. 4'G
alone into
'''' ; , Consolation.
-. ii"' t: : > ; hospital ship
days :,another advance deposit r" <} ". : -!1f Anchored half a mile off Korea's ronimo in 1886 and arranged for

will be collected.In } I f' A r. ., "" &" east coast and 10 miles above the his surrender. He won the Medalof

the past the hospital has __ ... i'0.' 38th parallel, the "USS Band- Hono as a young cavalry lieu

been very lenient about accepting ., Aid," as it was nicknamed, received tenant for rescuing a wounded
dependents without the re more than 400 patients comrade under heavy fire during

: ''Fquired payment, but this practicewill from Marine, Army and Air an Apache skirmish. in 1882.

be stopped immediately. Force 'copters in 23 landings.
Only in the case of extreme emergency Construction of more than $...-
will the dependent be admitted Medical specialists stationedin 000,000 worth of new structures,
without payment first being the Consolation ,were often including 30 barracks, is near
flown to the front lines for unusual
completion at Sampson AFB Geneva
made. Then the advance pay
ment cannot be delayed longer cases and imperative op N. Y. In addition, construction
erations. The ship's facilitieswere of an air strip airman's
than the next working day following an
admission.If found to be generally superior service center, and other build
to land hospitals.--AFPS( ).
ings is being ilanned.
the service man is without ,
funds for this payment, he must BOMBS AWAY Skyraider ,...- ......... ;' *
The Air Force's need for vol
make the arrangementswith 45
necessary planes of Attack Squadron ..
Navy Relief or some other from Cecil Field hover over the unteersspecifically Aviation
Cadets for pilot and aircraft observer
welfare organization. Pinecastle Impact and Bombingrange : .Y

I In cases where hospitalization before making; an attackon Air Forces training and airmen women technicians in the-

is expected, i. e., maternity cases targets placed on the simulated will be featured
air strip below. This'action
and operations, advance deposits
during April hundreds of
can be made prior to date of ad- is part of the training retail merchants'
mission. This will save the dependent ercises held recently at the :: -i windows across
the country. The drive is one of
activated bombing
newly : range
unnecessary delay upon entering
the most extensive public
by squadrons of Carrier Air
the hospital.
Group 4. Live bombs, rockets ice recruiting promotions the AF
of failure to make
Every case has known to date.
used at the
and ammunition are .
payment will be reported to the *
Commanding Officer of the officer range by pilots who are directed At Ft. Knox soldiers
. Ky.. 2.263
.. onto their target by a
.... or man with the request that Air Control Unit via recently returned from Korea donated
Ground to
he be directed to make payment
$6,418 to the March of
with I radio. Note bomb burst (arrow).
immediately in accordance Dimes Fund.
BuPers Circular Letter 195-50 of *

14 December 1950. 14th ND Leads The light cruiser USS St. Louis,
which fought through the major

DistrictsIn portion of WWII in the Pacific,
Camel Caravan Navy has been turned over to the Brazilian

Bond BuyingDuring Navy. *

Show Coming Maj. Gen. Horace L. McBridewill
the calendar year of become CommanderinChiefof

1951 Navy civilian and military 'Battle Gives Vivid Picture the Caribbean Command succeeding
Here March 14A personnel invested a total of: i Lt. Gen. William H. H.
$153399937.50 in United States : Morris Jr.. who will retire March

Defense Bonds through payroll Full Frank Story 'Of Navy At WarThe 31 after completing more than 40
big, new 1952 edition of the reservations-a sum $41.883.068..1 years of Army service.
Camel Caravan will be aboard 25 greater'than their 1950 bond .
Navy's first narrative his-
the station for one performance purchases.Of tory, designed to cover the bat- were the instructions received by Maj. Gen. Leon W. Johnson

, a week from tomorrow, March that amount, 88996143.75 tles of World War II and actionin an assigned duty staff in the Off- former Commanding General of
ti 2000 in was invested by civilian em- Korea, is being told in a stir- ice of the Chief of Naval Opera- the U. S. Third Air Force in Eng-
14. The show starts at
ployees as payroll savings, $25156,993.25 ,- ring series of five volumes called land has been aooointed Com
the NATTCenter Auditorium. more than in 1950. "Battle Report." tions.Working with this in mind a manding General of the Continental

No tickets or admission will be Navy military personnel invested The series of five volumes, special historical staff under the Air Command. Mitchel
required. $54,147,450( through pay allot- with a sixth volume covering the direction of Capt. Walter Karig, AFB, N. Y.. replacing Mai. Gen.
This seventy-minute variety ments, $13,168,612.50 more than Korean combat actions in the spent some six years examining Willis H. Hale who is ill. Maj.
and military action and ship's Gen. Frederick R. Dent, Jr., who
show, sponsored by the makersof the previous year, making and ready for April, pre- secret reports
Camel cigarettes, is loaded personnel of the Marine Corps allotted sents the full and frank story of logs and papers-and interrogating has been Commanding Generalof
from their Seaman to the Wright Air Development
10256343.75 in breath- personnel
the war-told
and Navy at
with talent, full of laughs
lovely girls. In addition, the pay for Defense Bonds $3,157- less and inspiring manner. Admiral to get accurate first Center. Dayton Ohio will replace
462.50 more than in 1950.( hand experiences so that a living Gen. John;an as Commanding -
free cigarettes
Caravan distributes
. be written. General, Third Air Force.
? to all uniformed aud John Gibson, Navy distribution history could* *
iences. From Jan. 1, 1951 through the director for the series will be at
month of December, the Navy the Naval Air Station for about I The "Battle Report" volumesare Maj. Gen. Henry I. Hodes,
Acts Included In the show
General of the 24th
with Commanding
illustrated magnificently -
civilian employeesIn
pined 100,849 two weeks lecturing to personneland
are; Mervin Shriner. popular status and enrolled 110- making the series availableat vivid and well-chosen photo Infantry Div. !n Korea, will suc-
country singer; Jay Kirk, master pay / ceed Gen. Horace McBrideas
increasing graphs. Casualty lists, full in- Maj.
161 additional payroll savers, wholesale cost for those who
. of ceremonies; Dolly Barr, of task Commandant of the Army's
.. dexing, breakdowns
the themselvesor
percentage participation might wish a set for
noted roller skating dancer and
Command and General Staff Col.
in the Payroll Savings their families.In forces, personnel awards and cita-
Peggy O'Neill. lovely young Plan to 71.8 per cent-a gain of 1943 Secretary of the Navy tions, make the series invaluableas lege, Ft. Leavenworth, Kans.,

songstress.Also 11.5 per cent for the year. Frank Knox authorized the writing a reference guide, as well as sometime In .March.* .
on hand will be Pansy fascinating and informative read-
On Jan. 1, 1952, military personnel of the Navy's narrative his-
The Horse, a hilarious act, con / Lt. Gen. Zdenko Ulepich, Chiefof
horse anda of the Navy had 110,860 tory. "Tell the whole story- ing.The available Staff, Yugoslavia Air Force,
sisting of a two-man both the and the bad", bogks, which are
Bond allotments in good
beautiful ,girl The Spauld- more Savings through Mr. Gibson, are for purchase accompanied by three officers of
ing Twins Alice and Louise, effect than a year ago and Marine Navy Payroll Savings Plan. The by military personnel only. his staff, is visiting! a number of

are dancing sisters and also do Corps military personnel Fourteenth Naval District con- Gibson will have his headquartersin USAF bases. The group came to
the honors in distributing cig had 16,4more bond allotmentsfor tinues to lead with a district average the Public Information Office the U. S. in connection with the

arettes. Last but not least, music a combined gain of 127,279 of 90.7 per cent, followed Main Administration Building!:, Mutual Defense Assistance pro

.. for the show is supplied by Savings Bond allotments during by the Thirteenth Naval District Room 111.Proceeds. gram for Yugoslavia.Establishment. .
'" The Camel Four,. headed by tl.e year. with 85.1 per cent; Fifth Naval from the entire dis-
maestro Wally Milford.SABWODI. District 83.6 per cent; Twelfth tribution returns to the Secre- of the Office of
Ten of the 18 naval districtsand
the Naval District 82.1 per cent, and tary of the Navy for welfare ac- the; Inspector General, Transportation -
commands including
Guam 81.2 per cent. Naval ship tivities. Corps, has been announced.'
Eleventh Naval District, now has affilia- The Inspector General will re-
Director Gibson no
yards had an average payroll savings
have exceed the 65 per cent He is directly to the Chief of
participation of 94.3; per cent tion with any organization. port
participation objective in the and supply activities an averageof working directly out of the Transportation in discharging his

83.1 per cent for the month of I CNO's office. responsibilities.

.. f if i iI ir December.Service. Tickets. Tommy Tucker Due Here I

Half Price For- "It's Tommy .Tucker Time,"the

familiar phrase that heralds an
Holiday; On ice
evening of splendid musical en-
tertainment, will introduce one of
'. Tickets for "Holiday on Ice"have America's outstanding orchestras
been made available at
when Tommy Tucker makes his
half price to service personnel.The initial aboard the sta-
, show begins its fourth annual tion Monday, March 10 for a
in Jacksonville
appearance '
three-day engagement.
starting March 13tat the Ga.
tor Bowl. Nightly performance, Monday's performance, beginning
with the exception of Sunday at 2000, will be at the NAT-

will be given through Wednes TCenter Auditorium. Tuesday, he
. ... I da 19th. plays for a crew dance at the
Holiday on Ice Is a gigantic Vlamside Auditorium and Wed
frozen spectacle with a cast of nesday is his final show at the

125 champion skaters. They will Officers' club.Tommy .

__ u perform on a specially constructed Tucker and His Orchestra Tommy TuckerAs
AIRBORNE 'ST BERNARD'-Maj. Robert L. Holsombach, ice skating rink builtin one of the best show units,
(left) of Houston, Tex.: : and Sgi. Walter C. Monlze, of Vallejo, the bowl. has delighted audiences the country record sellers, the Tucker
Calif, exhibit "mercy bombs" that they have planned and constructed Regular reserved seats pricesare over in hotel ballrooms and group have few equals. A favoriteon
at an air base in Korea. An obsolete! napalm tank painted $1.90, $2.50 and $3.00. Tic theatres. On the radio he has appeared automatic coin machines a*
yellow and red for easier visibility, is filled with heavy clothing, ket can be purchased at the on the Fitch Bandwagon well as in homes, two of liis best..
a carbine, water-purifying: tablets a first aid kit, food for three Special Services Department, and the Coca Cola "Spotlight selling recordings are: "I Don't
days, a portable stove a sleeping bag:, a radio and many other Building 930. Members of the Bands" program and completed along Want To Set The World On Fire"
much-needed items. The tank is fastened underneath the recue services must be In uniform period on the New York and "The Man Who Comes
plane and dropped at a very low altitude to men who need it. when they attend the show. "Pot O' Gold. show for Toms Around." ..


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Four JAX AIR NEWS 6 March 1952

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l Station Medic VP-3 VF-174, Fasron 9, VF-173 Report Ejectable Seat

t J: Attends Radioisotopes CourseIn Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons Capsule Seen

., Lt. (jg) Edwin H. Updike, VP-3 I ., For PilotsPilots
j A P 5
now attached to the Naval Air Coming into prominence lately f ClV\ .R' '

.( Station! Infirmary is among 32 as more stress is being placed on of the future may be
scientists who are in Oak qualifying personnel for advancement catapulted from their supersonic J

Ridge, Tenn, attending a four- in rating prior to the fleet planes enclosed in an escape cap
s week course in the techniques wide examinations in Julv is the sule.
of using radio-isotopes in research VP-3 educational program. Development of the ejectable)

Herman Singleton AE2, and seat capsule, designed to protect

;;, The Special Training Division James B. Wright, AE3 from the r pilots and crewmen from the
of the Oak Ridge/ Institute electronics division haoualified sledge-hammer blows ftf'super

:"' of Nuclear Studies conductsthe since the turn of the :year while sonic. slip..t..m. .-

courses. power plants has a single reore-
SRadioisotones *
sentative in John M. Charvat, < and ' .1
have become ADAN. > air

' Invaluable tools of basic science t t; e m p e r-
At the time William P.
! agriculture, medicine and atures, wasrecent
. Boggs, AT1T) received orders to
industry. They are particularly -
to NAS Point Calif.
report Mugu, ,
I., useful as tracer atoms. ly announced
for a normal tour of shore duty
/; The use of radioactive elementS it was learned that ei"ht other 1. by the
P. -
in peacetime research members of VP-3 would be trans- '
began August 2, 1946, when the ferred for.similar duty. NEW NAVY CAT-The Grumman F9F-6 Cougar the newest of
r' first shipn.ent' was made from of a long line of Navy fighters named for members of the cat fam- A. e r o -
Oak Ridge;: National Labora This grout of eight is comprised ily (wildcat, hellcat, bearcat tigercat panther Me.). Rated in the nautics.!
tory. This initiated a program of Robert C. Taylor, ADC, JackR. "over 600 mph" class the Cougar is the swept-wing successor to The new;
Perry ADC Lloyd G. Rushing
under which more than 7,000 the battle-proved Grumman Panther, the first jet to be used in capsuleias
of ADC, Mark M. Reuter ADC, combat by the Navy. v ttsa not
shipments radioisotopeshave
Laurence L. Kriz, ADC, Julian
been test-
been distributed to investigators
in this country and- Florie, ADCA), Samuel L. R. I sent Cecil Field in a Florida | Geriba, Neale C. Hoskins, JoshP. flown, buts
! abroad. Copeland, ADI 1, and Carlton H. 'State AAU tournament left for Shebchuk and Herbert I. uccess-

Johnson, AMI.Currently i the meeting at Lakeland last Schwartz, all SA's, and to JamesW fut wind tunnel tests with air
, enrolled in the FAE- week Fasron 9 personnel on the Grant. SKGC, and Rudy E. of
Investigators using radio- TU aviation electrical school here volleyball roster are George A. Hunt AK1. Hunt is TAD from speeds more than 1,200 mph
isotopes must be trained in the have caused considerable optim- t
are seven members of the squad- Feltier, ADI, Edward L. Bowser, VC-62 while Chief Grant is a ism
techniques of handling this important ron's electrical gang.; Aquillia W. ADI, James M. Zembower, AD3, new addition to the squadron. A among authorities.. .
r' research tool. The Institute's Parker AL2CA is and Russell C. Cummings AD2, former he
Divis- ( ) taking: a reserve, reported from Constructed of
Special Training special i course in electronics while Elbert M. Petway, ADC, aboard the repair ship USS Briar- armor plating
ion offered its first series of and laminated fiberglass skins
counter-measure while the others manages the squad. eus to his pew duties as division
in the summer of 1918, and cores, the capsule also provides
N -Jack E. Griffin, AEAN, James CHGUN Andrea Nazzaro has petty officer.
and has continued to offer themas protection against fire and
H. Estes, AE3, James B. Wright, returned from the Uniform Code Recovering nicely are two sets
the demand for trained I flak. It is capable of and
per- AE3, Daniel P. Kee?an. AEAN, of Military Justice School and is of new fathers and mothers. !
sonnel grows. Thomas Helgeland, AEAN and now giving a series of lectures. Stanley S. Soska, AN, and his can equipped with a heating
d Dr. Updike received his A. William A. Long AEAN, are This should aid squadron person- wife boast of a 6 lb. 9 ounce unit to help pilots forced downin

"' B. degree from Colgate; Univer- busy with search lights, automatic nel in learning of the ns and daughter: while Kenneth K. Olsen, The frigid areas. ..
( sity and his M. D. from Colum- pilots and the flux gate outs' and rights given under the ABG3, and spouse exhibit a present method of pilot escape .
bia University. by an ejection seat is
compass. new code. bouncing baby boy.
according to Navy ex-
Qualfying for the omFairJax
Sent to the Fleet Sonar Schoolat perts up to speeds of 600 mph
bowling team for the Atlantic
NAS Key West last week on 'VF-173 and 45,000 feet altitude. Beyond
Allied Fleets non-returnable quotas were Eugene Fleet Tournament to be held Since VF-173 has returned to those limits more protection must
T. Crosby, ALAN, and Albert later this month were Harvey. Jacksonville several people have be provided. _
K. Halfyard. ALAN. After Whipple, ADCAP), Arden O. succumbed to various and sundry .

Hold Exercise 12 weeks of training they will re- Kimble AE1. and Douglas A. feminine viles and are now en- Operation of the unit is rela-
port for duty with VX-'l at Key Jones, AOC. Chief Jones will not tered in the brown bagger clan, tively simple. When abandoning.
West. be able to participate because of while others, having already the plane, the occupant places his

'Grand Slam'"Operation Taking aver the individual other obligations. been, lost, are busy telling of the feet on foot rests and 'pulls a pre-
I leadership- of the squadron bowl S w numerous small members that ejection handle which retractsthe
Grand Slam," a ing team last week when he Placing; second in the first have been added to their house seat into a capsule. Automatically -
joint naval training exercise involving crashed the 200 barrier on the flight during the recent 'Ringer' holds. the clamshell doors enclose
large numbers of U. S., bowling alleys with games; of 237 golf tournament'was Herbert I Lcdr. Alex Byers, who will be- him and an escape hatch opens.A .
British, French, and Italian warships and 214 was Roland 'Rosie' Rosini Herres, SN. Others to place from come the squadron executive catapult is fired when the occupant
and planes is scheduled to AT3. Rosie had previously turned Fasron 9 were-Comdr. Laurence officer, has reported aboard for pulls the head retention
be closed this week. the trick with a 206 total. Williamson,second in the second duty as has Ensign Dick Healy, curtain over his face and the

The nine-day Mediterranean flight; Amos J. Perkins. AMS2, I Ensign Bruce Bloomquist: Lt. capsule zooms into space, safely t
exercise was designed to increasethe VF-174 second in the third flight; William (ig) John Draim, Charles L. clearing the tail of the plane.

ability of allied naval forces Back in Jax are the famous I J. Reitherman AN, and RudolphM. Tarte, AD2 and Paul Evans, AD3. Special time-delay releases control -

and their air arms stationed in 'Hell-Razors' of VF-174 and a Simpson, ADC deadlockedfor Welcome aboard. the descent. A large parachute
the Mediterranean to operate glance around Hangar 114 will first in the fourth flight. Down to the sea in ships went in a reefed condition actsas
with one another in defense of reveal many smiling faces. Herres bested Lcdr. James S. VF-173. last week and began a stabilizer until a safe altitudejs

the area against any possible ag- Doing a bang-up job of keep- Neander Wednesday during the practicing their carrier landings reached. Then the 'chute billows -
playoffs with redoubtable 71. the USS After
gressor. ing squadron planes ready for the on Leyte. execu- out completely and cushions
The U. S. Sixth Fleet, available pilots in their flying campaignto Leaving Fasron 9 last week for ting a goodly number of carrier the remainder of the descent. -
units of the British Mediterranean maintain a high proficiency is Norfolk with orders to report to landings thev received" a verbal" AFPS).
Fleet and part of the British the newly organized night check the USS Roosevelt was James W. 'well done' from Captain Ford '

Home Fleet, the French Mediter- crew. Henry H. Boggs, ADC, who Reynolds SK3. Reynolds was on I j i N. Taylor commanding officer of '--
a 30 day re-enlistment leave the carrier SABWODI .
ranean Fleet, and the Italian recently reported to the squadronhas
Fleet are participating. the wheel during the night when he received orders to return Hero of the week in VF-173 Is
Admiral Robert B. Carney, who i here due to the transfer. Robert J. Gillette, AT3, who ex- .
shift.Writing Welcome aboard to Charles R."Navy tended for two years. To Plastic
commands U. S. Naval forces in in from New Orleans Use Piping} :

ranean the Eastern, is acting Atlantic as and exercise Mediter-director. where and where they they are took spending in the Mardi leave Prom of PS ( ClfJI. 'j Co;.Atlm. J/ Yeelrs Laic ,I For New Minesweepers w

.-(AFPS). fre ens FrI '1i'r' rI\I'' AnI"! enrl' Philadelphia (AFPS)-A retired ------ Washington (AFPS)-The Navy

I wife Dot, while:Lcdr. Arnold E.: naval officer 'who served with Ad fighter's private papers and only plans to install plastic piping in

.. .... .. .. -. .. .. Downs, executive officer, is enjoying miral George Dewey at Manila recently was turned over to the several new minesweepers.
r a passel of leave in South has been promoted to vice.admir- t testing Navy bv Spanish a descendant.defenses. White While The,decision to substitute plastic
Dakota. for copper and nickel was
t! al-54 years late. led force of 500
a men
Welcome aboard and back to made recently after an eight-
William R. White, 75 of New ashore and Manila with-
the month sea test aboard a destroyer
f';;' many seen new in VF-174.personnel More now than being Hope, Pa., said he recently received out a casualty, which providedthe escort, the Chief of the Navy
a letter from Secretary of the basis for the commendation.
Bureau of Ships has reported.
i new men have recently reported .
Navy Dan A. Kimball informing *
ih for duty or returned from Installation and maintenancecosts
\ school. him of the promotion given on Voice on phone: "How are you it is believed, will be lower
the strength of a commendationby this morning/ since plastic is much less expen- ,
Now undergoing training in the Dewey in 1898. Answer: "All right sive than copper-nickel pipe, does ;
movie operator's school in Norfolk The commendation had been Voice: "Sorry I must have the not corrode from salt water MIdis
are William G. Southern, among some of the famous sea wrong number." resistant to shock.
ADAN. Ted E. Tone, AN, and Er- -- --- --

I' nest R. Townsent, AN. Flicker
t operators for the next cruise AND WNA1 AUA'f3 1dU'D LIKE TO CfT JOWf .'
T should not be lacking For- ABOUT + .
I 'Pmromce! i MS
mer school boys are W. 'Pappy' TO DO WlN
Guinn, AEC Robert W. Albritton, THE OfAD'LfTTER J L U L71 L L OUT WITH ACM U3THIGHT ..'.' '
r THAT HtO t
k AD, and Linder J. Mundling, DEOARTMENT I C 11 NEW sir or fvtrs1Page
,. AD2, who have just returned /
from 'B' schools.
r b Confined to hospital wards are p

Mario DiFelice, AD3, and Larry y ? hCY xw3f CVYS, ,
Heaton, AN. DiFelice reported in ,r \l lLOUCATroN GET NOT! '
at the naval here for /M FOR REVISING '
hopsital an l C'' I M ACW
t tt. operation but 'Wandering Boy' 7UCN/NG NO MORE }r .',. wnct o you TELL
WOMEN =1 '
Heaton is recuperating from an N WR/TI/ I NE WNO'J IN
appendectomy in Key West. e CHARGE s_
;t. When Alfred E. "Stretch" Bradford

AM2, returned from leave
.' recently he lost little time in
applying for BAQ. Congratulations -
and best wishes. r' ',, a q
" .. PEW, )V/3( 10150
Lcdr. James O. Mayo, who recently 1 *, "
t ,ww M, GET NOT I
completed a tour of duty
with the Naval Belgrade P-- ,.
t Embassy in .
,' ._ -, ..... .. f.S THINK FAST Rai' _
Yugoslovia, has reported
aboard for duty. He is a native
RETURNS- Doing a of Mississippi.Shaping .
torrid dance number before the up as a momentous Wv i; T.OA ,s p.vAr i NRE'3 A T AITTIR+o .
: cameras lovely Rita'Jlayworth event for this month is a long- AN) Af3LW wocst I IIY

:.. teems to express her joy in returning I due squadron party Since many -=.JhE NAF7C _
to the Hollywood moons have grown and withered ;;.;
," round stages after an absenceof since the last party this one IPrOSTOEE/C : '
three years. In her new film should be a fine affair. :
1 r' the turbulent dance routine .

;t takes place in a Trinidad night I Fasron Nine

Jub. Pint volleyball team to repre-


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6 March 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

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Army Plans
,,,:," ',; WAVE ;

,. i ,Early Release .I'I'

SALTY HUMOR FROM y! Of PersonnelPlans WAYS .

HERE AND THERE for release of officers and Lt. Kathleen Cummings, Wave
enlisted members of Army Or- Administrative Officer, extends
*. :, P. T. Barnum had the reputa- ganized Reserve Corps and Na- her appreciation to MAA, tour
tion of outwitting anyone with tional Guard units who were ordered leaders and all hands for their

whom he dealt. But a man from into active military service participation in making the visit
Vermont once turned the tables i with their units, were announced of the Defense Advisory Councilfor
on him. The Vermonter wrote i recently by the Department of Women in Service a success-
letter to Barnum saying he had the Army: ful one.

a cherry-colored cat which he, The Universal Military Train- Good news for Annabelle Heag-
thought should be added to, the ing and Service Act, as amended ley, AG3. and DT3's Ruth Rich-
Barnum museum, the cost being : directs the release of these indi- ardson Marlie Ojeda and Mar-
, only $200.Barnum. viduals not later than the 24th celle Lee McQuaig. All four received -

immediately sent t month.* their cards from the Naval
check for $200 for the cat. Except for those serving in Na- Examining Center with the checkin
tional Guard anti-aircraft units, '
the passing column.
Jn return he received promptly
enlisted members of the Reserve .
"" a large, coal-black cat with s o Y components will be released in
note attached to its :neck. "I neglected -' approximately equal monthly increments All prospective softball players
to tell you that Vermont. take special notice of the Recrea-
cherries are always black.. The releases will begin in tion Bulletin board. Practice is

-- March, 1952, for personnel in the scheduled to begin April 1, so be
'A farmer who had spent his first units ordered into Federal sure your name is on the list.

life in the country, retired and OVERCOMING LANGUAGE BARRIER Hernando Vargas, service in August, 1950. With so many people going on
moved to the city. On the first t YN3, of the Peruvian Navy (center) converses with a fellow For officers the picture is not leave, the barracks is exception..
morning in their new home his patient Ben Martin, SA (left), at the Naval Hospital here, throughhis quite so bright. The majority of ally quiet these days, especiallythe
wife said: "Well, Pa it's about interpreter Jose Drarriba, AE2 (right). Unable to speak English officers will be required to com- squawk-box!
time 3'ou'started the fire." Vargas has been.getting much assistance in his conversationsfrom plete the greater portion of their Ellaine Rosenberg officially an-

"Not me," he exclaimed, nestling Dearriba. 24 months' active duty tour, and nounced her engagement to Les
down deeper in bed. in some cases it may be necessaryto Cunningham this week The
"We might as well start right Better Than Sign Language!? retain them for the full 24 couple plan to leave in June and

now getting used to all the city months. have the ceremony performed at
The Army said it planned to release Elaine's hometown in Utah.
conveniences. Call the fire department
." Peruvian Sailors Able To Converse all National Guard Antiair-
craft Artillery Battalions from Latest ANP) School graduatesare
federal service as units. Return of Shirley Pilus, who received
Doctor "I'm to tell
: sorry you i
this but your wife is out of her Through Interpreter At HospitalTypical these antiaircraft units to state orders for TD School in Memphis
mind." control will begin in April 1952 I and Kathleen Kinerk who' will remain
wjth all returned to their home' at NATTQ to attend AK
Husband: "It was bound to hap- of almost a dozen young dur-
have created many objects
stations by Ma-, 1953.AFPS). School. No travel allowance for
pen sooner or later. She's been Peruvian sailors who have been ing their stay.Twentytwo. :
giving me a piece of it for years." confined to Naval Hospital here year old Vargashas SPEAKING through. his interpreter Kathleen!
I ANP) School received
for several weeks, is Hernando
... YN3. Unable to speak been resourceful in provid- Vargas expressed the sentatives from five states of the
Vargas, ing his own recreation. An ama- pleasure of the group of being in Union this week for their next
HOSPITAL AIDS English, Vargas had been conversing and- ,teur artist, his sketch pad is full the United States. He said they class. They are: Joyce Jordan
in sign language of water color scenes and pinups. did not realize at the start of from Center. Colo.; Dawn Custer,
I "pidgin English" with the staff
This "cheesecake" comes naturalto this cruise what opportunity was
Johnstown Pa. Shirley Johnson,
IN STRESSING in an effort to make his wants
him as his father's cousin is in store for them. Cincinatti, Ohio; Shirley Ann
.'i understood. the nationally famous cheese- During his two-year service in Rittenour, Redwood Falls, Minn.;
More recently Jose Dearriba, cake artist, Varga. who apparently the Peruvian Navy, he has visited and Beth Zimmerman, N. Y. Be-
ORAL HEALTH from VP-861, entered the "s" from the family
AE2 dropped the most of the South American ing Northerners all they should
hospital. Officials discovered name. countries, Cuba and Spain but be looking forward to the mild
The Dental Service of the Na- Dearriba could speak both Eng- His six brothers and three sis- this was his first trip to North summers the South produces.Pass .
val Hospital, Jacksonville helped lish and Spanish fluently, and re- ters are also talented in the field, America. The Peruvians have the salt tablets please!
put Dental Health .out in front quested him to act as interpreterfor although Varga is the only member been most impressed with the .
during February in cooperationwith the group of Peruvians. I of the family who has made economical advantages of the
Mrs. Arlen C. Jones, Nutritionist Arriving from Green Cove art a profession. Hernando does country, and its capacity for big Employees FederationTo ,
with the Dairy Council of Springs, members of the Peru. not plan to do "cheesecake" fora industry.As DanceAll
Jacksonville. vian Commission, sent to the. U. livelihood but will finish his a result of this cruise, Var- Sponsor

According to tt. George D. S. to take back the ships recently I studies and become a doctor of gas hopes to return to the United civil:_., personnel and member
Selfridge in charge of the Per- purchased from the United States dentistry. The other members! of States to ,complete his schoolingand ? of Local 1116 are cordially
iodontia Department, the important have been care': for by the hospital his family are all professional to make it his home. He is invited to a buffet supper, floor
t.ti phases, of preventive dentis- at intervals since last Nov i people. sold on the United States! show and dance sponsored by

try emphasized in the program ember. I I the National Federation of Fed
and now accepted by leading dental Action-Filled YearTRAINING eral Employees Local 1116 at the
authorities, are: (1) The fluor- TilE RECREATION Division of Seminole Hotel ballroom Fridayat
idation of communal water supplies the Red Cross, stationed ai the FACILITIES MARKS 2000.
as a public health measure hospital have encountered problems Tickets are $3.00 per couple and
((2)) caries control through the local in providing entertainmentfor may be bought from agents or at
application of sodium fluoride the men. Failing to here find ade- FIRST BIRTHDAY AT CENTERTraining the door Friday night. Dress is in-
material they
((3)) preservation of the per- quate reading formal.CUT .
iodontium through oral hygiene, wrote to friends in Ybor City I Facilities Depart
) Fla. who in turn contacted -
(Tampa ,
and (4))
the Optimist Club there ment of the Naval Air Technical -
"- 1:1'" The Dental Service has been Training Center celebratedits
club immediately
for help. The iI
practicing a program of caries supplied various current news- first anniversary Monday "
control, and also one of maintaining and magazines printed in with a brief ceremony.
I the health of the investing papers
the native tongue, Gerald Darring ATC was
'surround'e member j I speaker for the occasion. Dar-
Mrs. Margaret West: a I
of the first two
of the Red Cross Canteen Corps: I ring was one t
The Institution of a very thorough \
of the instructors to arrive p '13
and who had lived in South
in oral hygiene
program here from Memphis to establish -
through the use. of models and America for 13 years, after meet
] the school in January 1951. -
pamphlets is pointed out. The im- ing the young men volunteeredto He was accompanied by Ray- P. ,
classes two
conduct language
portance of a balanced diet to
mond C. Marten, AMC.
general oral health has been afternoons a week. The boys have .
brought to the attention of pat- learned a number of words and Facilities t
The Training can tj
expressions, their favorite being"okay" j
ients through the use of dental best be compared to the life
health posters booklets, and leaf- It was Mrs. West who
I blood of the NATTCenter.
Jets published under the auspices told them four days later, of the trains instructors and super-
I death of the King of England. I
of the Dairy Council.
teach in
visors before they one
'I They expressed great distress.
The most Important materials of the four schools here.
y .. needed in the diet according to I I Thirty-two classes have been '
the report are (1) Minerals-cal- MISS PRANCES Jones head graduated since March 2, 1951.
tium, phosporous, iron, and fluor- recreational worker of the Red representing a total of 416 ) \o
ide and (2) vitamins- A, D C, Cross at the hospital indicatedthat trained instructors that have a r .
and B Complex, most of which the young men have shown gone out into various schoolsof ri 3 a x.a zr eta.R r.t t *
can be supplied from dairy,products great interest in music, ranging the Center. This impressive
and an otherwise balanced from hillbilly to the classics. They record is augmented by the FIRST CAKE-Conulr. Richard S. Stuart, Executive offi- :
menu. are also excellent craftsmen, and i graduation of eignt Supervisor cer of NATTCenter, cuts the first piece of the huge birthday cakeat '1

., Training classes, totaling 117 the first anniversary party of the Training Facilities department I I
a men, and 22 Fundamentals of at the Center. From left to right are, Raymond Marten, AMC; ,1

: Supervision classes, totaling Comdr. Stuart; Lcdr. Edward Griffin, Training Facilities officer, '

302 men. and Gerald Darring:, ATC. _
"v .
..' On March 12, 1931, the fisrt Traffic ViolationsListed | Navy Reinforces ::

civilian technician arrived for

TraFac. Since that time 17 more below are the traffic pen Fir Flight Decks '
have been added to assist the alties awarded at this station for :, .

Navy instructors oMhe depart- traffic violations committed for With Teak Wood :
; "-.I ment. the period Feb. 21 to Feb. 28:

> si tA Lcdr. Edward C. Griffin Multiple Offenses: II. R. Driver, Washington (AFPS- Today'
officer-in-charge of Training AN-Speeding; faulty equipment; heavier, faster ariplanes, some
tit Facilitiesjn commenting on the 10 days loss of driving privilege.R. with scorching 'jet exhausts, have

anniversary, declared; "I cort- J. Polzin, HN-Inattentive prompted the Navy to reinforcethe
sider it an honor to be associated driving; faulty equipment; 5 days fir flight decks of aircraft
carriers with teak wood.
of personnelthat
with the type
Yj"s@ loss of driving privilege.
aX kc4 t has been In this depart- The teak-fir combination has '
,. ment for the past year. I con- W. A. Fulton, AT3-Reckless been tested on the carrier Oris-
.i gratulate each and every one of driving; faulty equipment; 10 kany, which operated in the 4;
you on a job well done, and I days loss of driving privilege.N. Mediterranean with both jet and
'know that you will carryon S. Hutchins, HN-Speeding; propeller craft. .
with our task of rendering bet- faulty equipment; 15 days loss of After more than 10,200 landingsas

,-- ---- ,---._--- ter service to the schools of driving privilege. many as took place on some
.f the Center. Speeding: T. K. Moreland AA; carriers during all of WWII -''
EXERCISING DENTAL CARE Lt. George D. Selfridge examines -
,1 the deck of the Oriskany was .
of privilege.E. -
20 days loss driving
the Dental Caries
the teeth of J. II. Champlin, KN, during' ,
control program stressed during the month of February at the "I've booked your perfprming 'r, Warner; AN; 20 days loss carefully examined Bureau of ,
pigeons for a top television of driving privilege.Lost Ships experts were enthusiastic
Naval Hospital in cooperation with a Jax program. Arlrn C. Jones, >
Saks the results of the experiment -
cG about
Station Tag: ,
left) Jacksonville Dairy Council Nutritionist who aided in carrying show. < I
"Too late the sad reply. AM2 5 days loss of driving privilege and recommended of "'
out the Dental Health program here, watches with avid in.r was ;
"I've eaten the act." I the teak-fir lamination. '.
e \

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Page Six JAX AIR NEWS 6 March 1952 ... ..

AHP( ) Students Lead ,4 ,

Communications ComFair

NATTG Bowling RaceANP ,

) Students zoomed td the
top in NATTCenter bowling as
14 teams made their intra-mural VC.62,1
debut last week.

Seven keglers, including three
ANP( ) Students started the ball Two teams remain unbeaten in both the American and National '> v.
rolling in the "200 Club. Dicksof leagues following last week's play. Communications leads the American -
ANP) Students rotted 223, with seven wins followed by ComFairJax with six while VC-
Schreck of ANP) Students post- lI { 62 heads the National with five wins and is closely hounded by Fas
ed 205 and 211 and teammate ron Six with four wins and no losses.In .
Dudrey rolled 206. Other 200 the week's opener HAW-
Clubbers were Rief, Special Services took one from VP-5, 61-52. Tobinof The contest was lopsided all the

205; Lozosky, Commissary HAW-1 collected 20 for high way with. Operations trailing 56- .
205; St. Hilaire AE School. 201, points while Ryan and Teevan 23, at halftime.
and Pommerenk, Marines, 210. took 16 and 17 for their share. ComFalr Blasts Hospital ,
The VP men lost ground in the ComFairJax climbed up among
First week standings: first half as they were outscored, the leaders with a clean slate by

ANP( ) Students J'TS.12 W 9 T.O 33-16 in the first 20 minutes. pasting Naval Hospital, 52-32, in
Aircraft Malnl. 9 7 2Commissary VC-62 kept on the black side the last game of the night.

Marines 7 7 3 3 4 1 of the ledger by trouncing Fas- The Medics were holding their ,. ......
( > Co. ron 109, 52-37, to hand the 109er own in the low scoring contest .So
AKSchoollP 6 4 43
Personnel I g : their third loss in four starts. until the third period when Com-
AO Shl-p's Co. 5:1 6 2 Kimble of VC-62 hit high with 16 Fair exploded and swept up 26
AE School 5 4 2 counters.An markers while the Medics man-
Supply Ice 4 3 2 7Dispensary undermanned Operationsteam aged only 4. Meyer rang up. 13
2 2 4 was humbled by Personnel, points for his efforts while "Viv"McCage
AO "A" StU. 1 1 5 96-33, in the third match of the garners 10 for the Hos-:
Wave 4 > 0 0 9Tennis EYES UP-The eyes have it here, for what goes up must come night Bill Gay looped in 28 pitalmen. .
down. Capers from Naval Hospital and Supply all seem intent on points, while Operations' Madden Two Fasrons clashed in the
Team one purpose here-watch out for that ball,-during intra-mural collected 13. first Tuesday tilt with Fasron
cage action at NAS. Left to right are Hank Doebler, Supply; unidentified In the second quarter the Per- Six coming out on top over Fas-
medic; T Wallace, Hospital; Ted lUcCa e, Hospital; sonnelmen really poured it on, ron 109, 68-52. Kidd of Fasron
Taking ShapeOne Rip Collins, Supply, and John Westlund, Supply. Hospital won hitting for 32 markers in this Six took individual high scoring
this fray. 45-43. period, Gay making 12 of them. I honors with 30 points. Holifieldof
Fasron 109 tallied 28. Fasron g
of the finest tennis pros- I Senecal Again CollectsIn Six commanded a halftime lead
pects to hit NAS Jax in a longtime of 38-26.

according to coach Leon 'Break-the-Bank' JAX f i IR neuus: Communications soared to a

Wilson, has joined the Jax Navy The "Break the Bank" pot was 78-31 victory over the Marines
tennis combine. He is Ben Sob- while committing only six foulsin
not exactly overflowing this
ieraj, AA, a former St. Louis month but Danny Senecal cart- the entire game. Ed Wagner

University' player. ed off $6.50 for his 242 high game I I collected 28 points while team
The 52 tennis squad is working
when the bank paid off last mate McElvanna managed 17
itself into pretty fair shape with Thursday. more for the Communicationsquint.
men working out daily for the .
Wayne Freed 214 and .
coming campaign. Dave Lewis, posted a Personnel Dumps O&R f1L
Gail Davis Len Curtis Doc collected $3.50 for second money, O&R and Personnel tangled in
Thompson, Norm Breault. Leon while Larry Gallagher came in the last game of the night with
for show of with
Wilson and Sobieriej are the men money $2.70 a Personnel coming out on the long "
who will more than likely represent 207 high game. end of a 47-39 count. Bill Gay
the Fliers in coming tennis The Bank started out fresh last hit high for his team for the sec-
matches, unless someone comes Friday with a $5 kick-off from Dispensary Battle Winner ond time of the week with 17 ';; '"
along to crash this seven-man Special Services and will run until points. *
crew. the last of this month. ComFairJax its second
Other men are still trying to 55 Of AN (P-AE) School atCenterDispensary win of the week posted by doubling up

win a berth on the squad, and it on the Special Services aggregation -
is not impossible for a good player Eighty CandidatesTry won the American League championship in NATT- 62-30 to remain unbeaten.
to make the squad, accordingto Center's basketball intra-murals last week by a one-game marginover Stearns rocked the basket with
coaches. Practice is getting Supply, while a best-of-three playoffs this week between 16 markers while Dave Wheatley
well along however, and men interested For Berths ANP( ) Students and AE School would determine the titleholder in made 9 for the SS men.
should get over to the the never-say-die National League race. A nip and tuck battle razed be-
NATTC courts as soon as possi- Winner in. the National's best- tween Cecil Field Jetmen; and
ble. of-three playoff scheduled for who bounced back to swamp AE
For Fliers' NineOver VP-3 with the outcome uncertain
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesdayof School near the season's end. Marine' until the final moments of the

eighty men have answered this week-will meet Dispen- 'Students were responsiblefor game. Cecil finally topped the VP
AE's only other setback. )
Close sary for the Center crown. No '
Jayvees men, 66-61, for the first of two
the call for baseball during the
playoff results were available at The final game of the season victories for the week.
first week of practice at Mason press time.Scoring last week saw Supply run over In the final Wednesday night
Season With Field. honors for the season Aircraft Maintenance, 51-31 in a game Supply took First Lieuten-

There is no complete schedule went to Chuck Kerr of Aircraft contest the dopesters predicted ants to the cleaners 58-25 with
ret but various college and servIce Maintenance, whose 381 points in would be very nearly a toss-up. Reitz the big gun of the contest
16-9 RecordThe clubs appearing on the schedule 19 games gave him a 20-point av- Jablonski swished 19 for Supply with 14 points.
include Georgia Teachers College erage. High scorer in a single and stalwart Chuck Kerr closed First Us. Fall
Jayvees ended their sea- Presbyterian College of game was Red Nelson of AK his season with 17 points. Dispensary First Lieutenants went down
son on a dismal notg as they bow- South Carolina. Amherst of Mas- School who bullseyed 41 points20 and AO School won by for- again for the fifth time in six:

ed to Fasron Six7565. in the local sachusetts, Rollins, Stetson FlorIda field goals and one free feit from Special Services and starts Thursday, this time to the ....... ......
eliminations for AAU recog- Southern, Camp LeJeune, Fort throw-in a game with Commis- ANP) Ship'sCompany, respec- a 11 powerful Communications. .....

nition last Wednesday night. Jackson and Parris Island. sary last week. .tively. men, 88-50.
Towers Hardware went on in *
Prolific and consistent Ed Wagner -
the tourney to defeat RC Motorsfor Batting practice started last i Season in Review: A National League game that punched a tatoo on the back-
with several aspiring
the local crown, repeatingtheir Saturday also was supposed to be! close saw
Dispensary broke on the board for 27 markers for Com-
pitchers including "Doc" Righter, I
deed of last year. Finals for American League and won 15 ANP) Students outman AK munications while Wrede of .:
state AAU honors are to be played a i pitcher from last year, pegging I straight before bowing to Per- School, 57-45. Vogt and Mewhir- First Lieutenants made 20. -

this week in Daytona.Phi where into the catcher practice Lennie batting Faustynand screen sonnel, 40-34, and to Supply, 51- ter each hosted 15 for ANP) Cecil made it a miserable night -
while sank 22 for'AK. AE
Delta Theta of Gainesville would-be sluggers awaited. 41. Supply lost three of its first Boyles for VP-741 as they fought the :
trounced Fasron Six in the pre- 12 games-twice to Dispensaryand School defeated AO Students 66- VPers 50-42, for their second
liminary to the Towers-RC fray Tom Neeley, last year's second to Personnel-and was 48, as Eilers poured in 26 for AE : victory of the week.
one .
last Friday night at the Jackson baseman has already been put on never beaten again.In and O'Breslev paced the Ordnance Marine Barracks, profiting
gym to gain the third spot in the the injured list. He was helping a the National League, ANP( ) hopefuls. from the lesson taught them by
local tournament.In teammate with exercises when a Students were blessed with the First Lieutenants rang down Communications bested Special
the game with the Fasronitesthe well hit ball cracked him in the Center's biggest manpower poolto the curtain with a 48-29 win from Services. 59-43, to break even for {'
Jayvees got off to a bad start face. He is now nursing a tender draw from, but at the same Commissary and a 32-29 upset of the week. ;
and never kept up with the men cheek in which seven stitches time; were plagued by rapid turn- Marine Students. Kruse and O&R Wins First ;
from Six. The Fasronites hit for were taken. overs in their personnel. Mean- Putch led First Lieutenants; Mc- Hospital and Supply went at it "
19 in the first quarter while the Dick Brock has impressed the while AE School, winners of the Donald was high for Commissaryand and when the final tallies were = ''': ..
Jayvees managed only 13. In the coaches as a potential first sacker Center touch football intra-mu- Nisbet paced the Marines. in, the Medics had taken the ir

second quarter Bill Bailey and and is a long ball hitter. George 'rals, just kept rolling along, with AK School romped over Com- game, 45-43, to make it one win .. ;; ,
, Jim Carter of Fasron poured thru Liggin and Dick Allen look like AK School the third big contender missary. 75-42, behind Nelson's 41 and one loss for the week. Ted "
: a mess of counters to give Fasron they have the ability to grab points. Hablewitz dunked 17 for Wallace from the Hospital gathered 4 '
, a halftime bulge. hold of an infield position along Commissary. ANP) Studentswon in 14 points and Harry Stack- ",, '
! Nick Hardy of the Jayvees and with Jim Coughlin, last year's AE School beat ANP) Stu- by forfeit from AO Students. house 13 for Supply. The second rf'
t Bill Bailey of Fasron split high third baseman. dents twice-first in two overtimes quarter netted only four points.
r scoring honors with 24 points. Other outstanding hurlers include again in three-and AK Final standings: for the Medics and three for the ,.,;,. ".
The Jayvees closed the season I Vince Moylan and Bob In- School handed AE its first loss. AMERICAN: I.KAGUKW: Supplyers. % ,
with record of 16 wins and 9 1. O&R scored first win of th '
its _
a gram. AK also upset ANP) Students, Dispensary 19 2 \ 'r. ,
losses. Supply 18 3 campaign by" toppling Opera- ; .-
They scored 1.C29 points to their Personnel 16 5 tions, 66-29, in the last game g
I' opponents' 1,40ft in season's play. AO Aircraft Ship'Malnt Co 11 9 10 12SiMTlnl played last week. Glass of O&R 'too.; -:" .
Summaries: Quiz Temporarily PostponedThe Service\ 7 14 collected 15 and Swanson 11 for : ,
J.\\ I U.II-G. ANP) Ship Co. 4 17 the Tower men. t!. .: .
5(1 >T TI'S. Parascondola SA NATIONAL: : : \ r. .
ttrdvJalljKhir v 6 :It weekly sports quiz, Jax trude of I.KAGl'F.W 1. Two games were postponed F
(; 1. I 3 Air News' most popular tea- Ground Training took second ANP( ) Student 18 3 this week, VP-5 vs VP-3, and
. 1'asoo 6 1 11 ture, will be postponed temporarily prize! of 'a free case of soft AK School 18 3 Fasron Six vs VC-62. All games "oJ
I.awMcLean 0 0 0 AK School 16 5
0 0 0 for arrangement of drinks from the Navy Exchange Marine Student 11 10 that have been postponed will be rt
1 imwyVanBeser 6 1. 11: new and different prizes. The drlv1O.drmks!, counter AO Student 9 12 played after March 6th, and will '" ,
1 0 0 0 2 contest is expected to be reand Fred Niewig, AN, of O&R Commissary: 7 14 run through March 14th. ," '
Owens 5 18 '
Klrtt Lt.
. free mail chit to the civilian ,:
. Keiulirrliendikk 0 0 0 sumed shortly won a STANDINGSAMERICAN !
3 4 10 cafeteria as third prize. I.EAC.UK *;
Answers were fast and fre- '
Others the first withholds
among \f
SIX;-26 7J 13KA4KO.N 65 quent to last week's quiz: Who the answer were Stu Litsky, SABWODIWoody Communication _....._ 7 it .

5'PT TPS.t : the record for the most PH3, of NATTCenter; Doug Comt-'alrJaK Hospital -,- --.-. ,_,..,-= 6 6 0 2. w", t
1 1 :t scored in the National ? -?? ? l
nirki.imtKT; 0 0 points Huggard, JO1, of ComFairJax; I. Supply "_ 5 ,""
8 Decathlon championships? Marshal Public Works head coach for P Personnel ___ 3 3
Griggs Hayes
SCarteryS o o First Lieutenant ..___ 2 4 'j1'
0 Bob Mathias, the Stanford and John Jernigan Ohio State football team has the >
10 4 21 Employee Marines .. .._._......_
ampbeil alley 0 0 I 0lurrav flash holds: the record. In win- AOC, of VC-62 Cecil Field. Buckeyes wearing blocking over- rvTi'M""'-..T 1 5 .\

.; JI 0) 2 0 22 0 ning the 10-event championship As a warning to readers, the alls which make the men look Snecl Operation larS> ...........__?.......,......., 0 1 6 T ",
(1"\8111 luub 2 2 6llerrington in 1950 he scored 8.042 questions in the coming week like creatures from Mars in prac- NATIONAL :
: /i 0 0Gobrht points. That's the modern ly quizzes are going to be tice sessions. LEAGUEW I.. J
>> 0 0 I O mark in the National Decathmuch tougher and answers will The suit consists of a twp-inch VC.62- ...........__......._ 5 g '
.. Fasron Six ...... .. .....
" 31 13 T.S Ion under the system revised have to be more complete. In thick pad which covers the player HAW-r Z. :._..--._-... : 0 5 S-' .
in 1936. many cases the reader with from shoe-tops to chin and VPs ,. ___ S t

Crowds estimated at 50.000 Charles Backus, civilian emthe most complete answer will protects the vulnerable collar- VP-3.r..........-- 2
lined up outside Yankee Stadium ployee of the yard mail capstand a better chance of winning bone. It's strapped on in much Cecil Field I :

to view the body of Babe Ruth tures the first prize of $3; Ger- the contest. the same manner as a catcher VF tr.'ron 741 109. .. _..............-..._...._........._..- 1 5 e- '
en August 17, 1943.! fastens a chest protector. I : ___ 10 6

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6 March 1952 JAR AIR NEWS Page Seven

Marine Air Detachment vo'sw

Tops HAS Keg Loop ROOA I --

The lead changed hands In the
Intra-mural bowling league race a
'Jast week as the Marine Air De-
tachment lent ahead of O&R by
one point in the standings.

:,t. :..... In Friday night's action O&R
I ,;r took two games and total points
from Fasron 51, 2362-2125, to -
fi31 L1\-\ \ take 3 points.

FAW-11, riding herd in the
third spot, lost 3 of the four pointsto
VP-3 and allowed the VP men
r to move into a tie for third spot.
The VPers took total pin fall .1 ;

f '- L with 23042280. ,." .: ;.
Resting in fifth spot, Fasron !
I.._!: ;:
Six ., :
S No. 1 scooped up total pins
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What did you have In mind -.. __-x -.- --_ ..... -.. '. ...:,;;;;.;..;.b....'t w'FS f1 and 3 Stores games to Commissary -
4-0. Fasronites
for tonijht The "Boy! .Am I glad the Miams
.y aa. THE 'WILLIAM TELL' SHOT-"You gotta see it to believe it". claimed pins totaling 2385 to buss U. S. Defense Lends. She
That's what they say about this trick shot of teeing off from a tee Commissarys' 2304. knows it's her best protection
Jax PGA Open held in a volunteer's mouth while on his back, which is just Monday night found the Ma- against burnt like mel"
one of the many tricks that Paul Hahn clown prince of golf will rines hard pressed when Person-
Tickets perform at the Auxiliary course at 1530 today. Hahn, whose trick nel took two of the games and i
AvailableSeason shots are both comical and amazing, is the main attraction at the total pins from them, 2151-2089,
official opening of the new nine-hole auxiliary course, located on to allow the Marines only one Pistol Team Enters
tickets for 'the $10,000 Yorktown Ave. The course will be open to all personnel beginning point in the match.
Jacksonville Open Golf Tourna- today. VP-5 forfeited to Special Serv-
ment to be held in Jax March 21, ices and the Special Service men Two TournamentsJacksonville

22, 23, and 24 are still available bowled a 2280 for a pin total. Infirmary -
here. New Nine-Hole Golf Course stopped O&G with a two Navy will be represented
One of the big tournaments, the game win and a total pin high of at the Mid-Winter Pistol
Jax open annually draws the na- 22012021. Championship to"be fired in
tion's finest golfers including STANDINGS Tampa March 10 through March
10 Sammy Snead. Cary Middlecoff, Gamr* FT'. 15. The Jax Navy Team will also
t Jack Burke Jim Ferrier Lloyd Has Official MAD ... .. ............................ 11 37 shoot in the Flamingo Open Pistol

Opening TodayThe
OAR ... . ...11 36FAWii
Mangrum, Tommy Bolt, Dutch ... ? .:.:.:... 11 34 Championship at Coral Gables
: : ::: :::::-::-:::-:
Harrison, Jerry Barber, Chick VP-3 ... ?. .: .: .??....31 34 March 1722.
Fasion-6 ........___
No. 1 11 30
? These
Harbert, Clayton Haeffner, Skee station's new nine-hole Special Services 11 28 matches will include in.
Relgel, and many, many others. i golf course, designed to alleviate Shortness of the course and the Fasron-109 ::::,?=?? 11 ,,26 ternational Olympic courses and
Tickets are now on sale at the congestion at th" present 18-hole wide open fairways, with only a Personnel Commissary..........................__ 11 11 25 21 will figure heavily in the selec-
Jax Air News, extension 216; Special layout will be officially opened few drainage ditches as hazards, Fasron-6 No. "r..'..:..:'.::=- 11 11v tion of the U. S. Pistol Team. All
Services, extension 593; Fleet today. It will be known as the Infirmary ,.. branches of the service
''''''' ii 5? will be
the "dubber" .
give beginner zrrr
: ..
or _
Air PIO 8574 NATTC Naval Air Station Gol ": represented these
extension ; Auxiliary { VC-5 11 15 at meets.
Personnel, extension 8319: O&R, Course. an opportunity to improvehis Hospital" : ::: ?.......?-= II 15Communications I The' team representing Jax

.. extension. 710 and Supply, ex- Official ceremonies begin at i game. Total yardage for the Fasron-51 ::==:'ll 13 12 Navy will be composed of Rob-

tension 332. 1530. followed shortly by an ex-: new layout will cover 2,763 yards, VF-13 -..TLJIZZl 10 11 ert S. Stringer, Carl S. Berg,
hibition by Paul Hahn, the clown with a par o(34 (threj par threes, O&G.: ? ....:_:.:.:...==. 11 6 Melvin K. Bell, Benjamin F.
prince of golf. one par five, and five par fours). Preston and Jessee Blanton.

Located between Childs Street Hours for play at the course Seek 25 Men .
and the cold storage plant on will be from 1500 to sundown on NAS Cub Scouts
Yorktown Ave. the new course is weekdays and from 0900 to sun-
available to all personnel. It is down on Saturday and Sunday. As Life Guards Hold
emphasized that the constructionof There will be a green fee of 25 Gathering

the new course does not in any cents and clubs can be checkedout NAS Cub Scouts, Pack 131,
(By Armed Forces Press Service) way restrict personnel from using free of charge. For Local PoolsLife held a Blue and Gold Banquet
Organized baseball moved be- the present 18-hole course. Feb. 22 in the Scout Building 612,

hind the scenes of the N.C.A.A. Free instructions will be pro- guards are being: chosenfor celebrating the 42nd year of
meeting with an unprecedentedbid vided on Saturday mornings, it the 1952 season with 25 need- Scouting. .
for college player talent. Ex- State HonorsIn is announced. Clubs, balls and ed for guard duties at the various Various awards were given out
collegians Jackie Robinson, Lou accessories will also be on sale pools around the base. for advancement achieved in Cub
Boudreau and Alvin Dark have at the golf shad located at No. The first class in Red Cross Scouting, Webelos Badge the
made the majors drool for more VolleyballGo 1 tee. Senior Water "afety was held last highest in Cub Scouting was
personnel from the colleges. Trick shot artist Paul Hahn Monday with Red Anderson, for- awarded to Gary Alcorn and
. Revenue from scholarships To will highlight the opening day mer coach of Lee High in charge. Tommy Carter. Other awards in-
grants and endowments would NavyThe ceremonies. Hahn, whose feats Each year the base guards must eluded Bobcat Award, Bobby
help the schools, so P. K. Wrig- have been acclaimed throughoutthe requalify for their jobs. Campbell. Jimmy Odom; Wolf

ley, Chicago Cubs owner, has Navy was well representedin country, combines an inform- Only men who are Red_ Cross Award, Bobby Hersch, Norman
made an offer-he'll give a base- the recent AAU Double Elim- ative clinic and amusing patter swimmers and Navy AAA first Looney, Roger Darring, James
ball grant to Yale if he can get ination Volleyball Tournamentheld 'with an amazing repertoire of class swimmers are being con- Tar r. David Graham; Arrow
first bid on their talented graduates at Florida State Universitylast trick shots from tees ranging sidered for the job Lcdr. Harry Points to Robert Owens Mal-
Duke's all-American bas- Saturday with Navy teams from one inch to about one yard. Knickelbine, Special Services officer colm McDougal, Benny Tosch,
ketball star Dick Groat may join placing first, third and fifth in announced. Norman Looney, George Darden,
professional baseball before seek- the meet. Two local Navy men and Robert Hersch.
Hahn uses a variety of clubs Life guards affected 73 rescues
Lastvear's were nominated for the 1952 all- Mr. Dupree Scout official
ing & pro court contract. for from
his shots from last base the
legitimate summer at pools
gif rZ, high scorer in basketball state volleyball team. irons and woods unattended Jacksonville, I'Mivered th main
to rubber-hose majority of them being -
also played a classy shortstop and Whiting Field took the cham- shafts. Highlights of Hahn's ex- children.It address
batted over .350. pionship by dropping Florida hibition is his "William Tell" On Feb. 10, the Cub Scouts and
estimated that 17,000
State, last year's winner in two shot was Dads enjoyed a Dad and Son din-
which he hits the ball
people used the indoor pool this
Kentucky football 'coach FaulBryant out of three games. In an earlier from a tee clamped between aperson's season with no serious injuries. ner, celebrating. .Scout. Sunday
honored his passing ace elimination tilt the Cadets lost teeth while the volunteer
There two deaths in Jax
- Vito (Babe) Parilli by retiring to Florida State and had to fight is lying on his back. Navy pools were last year It is hoped Bob Grabaz FinishesAs
their from the losers
his No. 10 jersey. way up Following the clinic Hahn will that there will be no such acci-
Tom Hunt, a previously un- bracket to gain the title. tour the new course with Admiral dents this season. Fliers' High Scorer
noticed substitute, stole the bas- Jax Navy beat Tampa in the Osborne B. Hardison, Commander Ss >-
ketball headlines from his Man- first elimination and then lost Fleet Air Jacksonville; Capt. The biggest field to parade to Forward Bob Grabaz stole high
hattan College teammates. He to Florida State. They also were Lester K. Rice, commanding officer the post in the Kentucky Derbywas scoring honors for the Fliers with
shot a 71-foot four-inch basketfor forced into the losers' bracket of NATTC and pro Jack Har- 22 in 1928. Reigh Count was 482 markers during the season's
a new record Veteran and there lost to Whiting Field. vey. the winner. play in the 28 games. His point t
NYU court coach Howard Mc- Ray Winstead averaged 7 average equals 17.2 points per
Cann, who has handled both men, points :per game for Jax Navy to game. for the season.
rails sophomore Boris Nachamkin collect high point honors for the Fliers Bow To PI In Finals In the :rc': throw department
a greater potential star than local team. the Fliers connected on 432 of 681
z all-time NYU great Adolph Bill Manley of Cecil Field was attempted charity tosses for a
And this after commendable 63%.
Schayes. only a selected on the All-State team as
... half season of varsity play by set-man while Ralph Callahan of Individual scoring record for
Of District TournamentKeith 1951-52
Nachamkin! :
Navy repeated as spikemanof
: I'liirr Game FO FT TI'+4.
All-State caliber. l.rabaiKilnhardt; 28 Jtfl! Jn 411I t
Yale's swimming team keeps 5105 14 48 U 1116
\ sweeping through the opposition. Final standings showed Whit- Parris Island's Marines put on Jefferson ahd Don Dunk- 26 At n las
ing Field in first place, Florida Zrbo 20 19 48 :t4rll
a spirited in the final 3'/4 ley of Jax fire in
spurt the
Coach Bob Kiphuth's team is State University second Sax Navy caught Dinkier.vlen n 14 I 33
working on a current 75-meet minutes to subdue a stubborn second quarter, Jefferson hitting \'. U 43 4" X134
Navy third, St. Petersburg YMCAin Jax Navy combine, 83-76, to win for 10 markers and for Melurl 26 S7 18 92
win streak. Their best was 165 fourth and Cecil Field Navy in Dunkley ('trrollSlpe U 8? 23 127
straight dual wins over 13 years. fifth the Sixth Naval District Southern nine. This spurt brought; the half- 2t SiS7 311 m
. Besides running up amazing place. Area Elimination playoffs last time score to 36-35 for Parris Is- ll.rdr II e I 17n
.. streaks, Kiphuth has produced Eight'teams were entered In Friday at Green Cove Springs. land. Scoring went in spurts Jrffrrto HriltenhamMondbory 1 fI t S III I It
Olympic winners like Jim Mc- competition including college The Fliers won three and lost with both the Fliers and the Ma- SIt a 24
Lane and John Marshall, current teams from Florida Southern, and two eames, both losses going to rines holding the lead at differ- Other Huffy i'In t Je
39 273
Florida State University in ad- the Marines. They played five ent times.
( In track Holy I
Cross champions s Bart Sullivan-keeps rolling I dition -to Cecil Field Miami Fire straight nights while the Marines Voyles Ousted Total m ill rn

along.. too-he's in his 39th Department, Whiting Field Tam- had only three games to play to I McMenamm of Parris Island Summaries
:;: 'W pa, St. Petersburg YMCA and the Southern champion- hit for 27 :
year of coaching. gain area points in the game, Dick FLIERS-:* .
Jax Navy. sUps. Adair of PI was second with 18 r'0 FT J 1'1'1.
The Jax Navy team expects to The Fliers ran over Green Covein and Keith Jefferson hit high for Welsel Carroll Q 0 f)
Florida team 0 0 0
Gymnastic get a bid to the Invitational Tour- the first night of play, 91-55. Jax Navy with 16.
has been drawing large crowds. suffered their first With Reinhardt 4 4 l l1
nament which will be held by Tuesday they 31 minutes to play the
.. They come out to see Joe and the Pafris Island Marines Kims 0 0 0
Florida State University sometime loss to score stood at 70-70. Nineteen Dunkley 1
Carmen Regna, the only brother near the end of next month.Volleyballers 85-70, and Wednesday dropped points were pumped through the Huffy O 0 U
gymnasts in the colleges, and a Green Cove out of competition by hoops in the last minutes and SI pes 7 0 g
rules in 2
team that the South that
handing the Bullets their second the Islanders collected 13 of
NeededThe Grabaz 6 3 15
;\. sport Paced by Len Ceglarski loss, them.

Arnie Oss and Dick Desmond, Jax Navy varsity volley- 7761.Win 3. Drop I Pat Voyles, Jax Navy, was putout 1MBSIS ISI.AMXJ3mwi 30 ii 76
the U. S. Olympic Hockey Team, ball team is in need of more tal- Thursday Key West suffered at of th(, game on fouls in the rr TPS
made up of former college stars, ent. Men interested should contact the hands of the ambitious Fliers, final minutes, and the spurt by Hill AdaIr 0 4 70 s

collegiate Ralph Callahan prior to 1100 90-75, and Friday brought the the Islanders came immediatelyafter. OllletplcDidrfksen S g 1
Monday at the Fasron Six jet Fliers face to face with the Ma- Pat has been a steady, con- 1 4 6
first of 14 scheduled games then shop, phone 8178. rines for the second time of the sistent player all year shining on Yarkey Richter
whipped all opponents but the J week, with the Islanders comingout defense. p 0 0
professional Boston Bruins, be- Ed "Mighty Mo. Modzelewski, on top, 83-76 to gain the title. This lasf game brought the FlI- M cnarola 0 J i1

fore going abroad.. Maryland's ail-American fullback I A large crowd watched the Ma- ers record to 18 wins and 10 losses. Graham Chester CI S
gained 834 yards in the 1951 sea- rines get off to a strong early Last season's play ended with Col man 4 g 0 8
SABWODI. son, 154 yards more than all the lead. At the first quarter the Marines the Fliers in possession of an ]$- Balrdi
r s Terrapin's opponents combined. led, 19-9. 116 record. M H ijI

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Eight JAX AIR NEWS 6 ,March 1952

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Station y.F
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DialogueI'Station I (Items offering for sale article

I, ih allILICI: tJ of property Such as washing machines

automobiles, furniture, radios
( Dialogue" providesan clothing and the like are

opportupity for military and It's another daughter for Bill prohibited .by Defense Depart
civilian personnel of NAS to This column
Hines of Issue Control Section. ment regulations. .
voice their opinion on a questionput The new arrival was born Satur- will, however, list such services #
to them by Jax Air News rides want.
a as available housing,
day, Feb. 23, and was named
reporter). Beverly. s ed, lost and found articles, and
a other similar notices).
Today's Question is: "Who do Welcome back to Lucelle Wood,
think is missing the most en- who has rejoined Stock Control I
Furn. 3rm. cottage, $37 per mo.,
after several months of being a
tertainment, news, etc.-the people
I- Air Base Trailer Park, Mrs. G.
housewife and new mother.
who have TV sets and no radio
Rt. 1 Box 9A
Schultz Orange
I ,
James Mills of Technical Branch '
or those who have a radio
Park. Ph. 2-5410.
has been in St. Vincent's
and no TV? .
Furn. 6rm. apt. w/garage, 1504
for a tonsillectomy Chet
Ihinger AKAN has returned to River Blvd., Orange Park, Mrs.
Bill F. Shepherd, AA, NATTC, Page Ph. 112-8-2351.
work in
Bldg. 110 with Liaison
ANP( ) School: Branch. Chet was formerly with Furn. 3rm. garage apt., 2636

"I would say Receipt Control.Lt. Myra St., Mrs. W. H. Towart,
Ph. 78516. .r
it depends on Faynola V. ArmstrongWave Will share 7rm. house, Bland-
( ) of Procurement was a
ing Rd. at Middleburg contact
the area in- visitor to New Orleans for the
Sat. or Sun., Mrs. Register, Ph.
volved. TV sets Mardi Gras festivities last week 11284746.

in some areasis Myrtle Faircloth of Technical FREE LANCE TEACHER-Pedro Flores, AE1, of AE School at Will share 7-rm. home, 46 IS
Branch visited her niece in Tren- NATTCenter, addresses his Spanish class. "Pete", as he is known, Blackburn Rd., Mrs. J. H. Williams
not sufficientto ton. Florida week-end before last. a native of Ecuador, has been conducting Spanish classes for Naval call after 1800.

zt >. satisfy the We are sorry to report the personnel for the past six months on his own time. It's his way of Furn. 2-rm. apt., also 2.sleepine'I
death ol Joseph Allen's father. helping establish better relations between the Americas. rms., 436 Oak St., Mrs. H. Cart-
Shepard majority out Joe is with Stock Control oba, Ph. 4-6303. J

those places where it is firmly William Hertzog, SK2, and Fran- Merits "Ambasador" Furn. 4-rm. apt., 2045 Myra St., I
established, it comes up with the ces Nails SKSN (Wave) of Liai- Mrs. Jones. i
best all the ,son Branch are former civilian Widow will share home. 3628 Er- I
programs way
I around, employees of Aviation Supply Office ECUADOREAN AIDS RELATIONSVIA nest, Murray Hill, Mrs. Rose

Philadelphia, leaving thereto Ruff, Ph. 25537.

Lt. Albert Bandoz. NATTC, enter active duty Dolores Will share home 812 Acosta, Riv-
OOD: Feinberg has returned to work SPANISH INSTRUCTIONSPedro erside, Mrs. Morris.

after several week's sick leave. i Furn. 5-rm. apt., 2024 HighlandAve.

"Hearing plus Betty Jean Sample of Issue Flores, AE1, one-man ., Southside, Mrs. Olivers,
seeing seems to Control and Jack Gifford AK3. ambassador from Ecuador and net says "If the Blue Jackets Ph. 9-0335.
Fleet Service Unit were married self-appointed instructor of the that visit the Latin American 1-bdrm. furn. apt., 3653 ValenciaRd.

stick with one Saturday, March. 1.. NATTCenter Spanish class an- countries can overcome the lan ., Mrs. Lachman, Ph. 8-7795

more than just nounced today that applicantswill guage barrier, they will have a after 1800.
be accepted for the new much greater understanding of Furn. rm. kit. priv., Mrs. Frances
,hearing and class starting at the Center. the Latin people. Sooner or later Rigdon. Ph. 8-4222 after 1630on ( ....
the r of the whom I weekends. .
leaving rest some men am
Flores is well qualified to teach
teaching Spanish' will 5-rm. furn. unfurn. 2116S.
'Speaking apt., or ,
to the imagina- the course. Educated in Ecuador, '
., P visit some South American coun 2nd.: St.. Jax Beach Alfred
w spoke Spanish until he came
uon. i think try. With a speaking knowledgeof Berg ext. 515 or Ph. 11254295.
Bandos to the states on a scholarship i
the language, they will cementa Unfurn. 2-bdrm. house 2920 Harvard
television is most desirable for prior to the war. He was one of I
closer between the Ave. Mrs. A. N. Dow.
'I friendship ":
all around educational 15 students chosen for the scholar-
I purposes. United States and the country 2-dble rms. furn., 2601 Park. Mrs. '
a ships out of 600 who applied for
visited. That will make my work Bessie Houston, Ph. 82770.
Charles H. Strong, AT NATTC. it. worthwhile." Furn. apt., reas., Riverside, Mrs.
ANP( ) School: '. I George F Lloyd. Construction Turch Ph. 27396.

Inspector was on sick leave Feb. Teaching this course purely for The proposed date of the new Furn. rm., kit. priv., 3642 Ernest
"I would say 26 for the first time in 18 yearsof his own personal satisfaction, he class will depend on the numberof Mrs. Neal. Ph. 2-8126. before.
radio listenersare service with the Government receives no pay at all for his personnel that apply for the 0800 or after 1800.
Mimi Fowler of Contract was work. For the past six months the off-duty instruction. The class WANTED TO RENT 3-bdrm.

missing the ill last Friday. Maybe it's be- class has been conducted three will be held on Tuesday, Wed unfurn. house Lcdr. Schild.

most. TV has a cause she hadn't been getting nights a week, and Flores has nesday, and Thursdays duringthe NARTU, ext. 8267. .
enough to eat. Her fellowworkers conducted every class. FOR SALE ,
hours of 1615 to 1715. The
great list of en- have requested that Pete, as he is affectionately
anyone classes will 'be conducted in Unfurn. 2-bdrm. bungalow kit. ,
i tertainers andI having anything left over from known to NATTCenter person- Building 501.Personnel eqpt., G. I. equity $695, $32.50

lunch, please send to Mimi. She interested in takingthe per mo., 1325 Dena St., J. C. JHenry
think seeing
a U'ODI g! works better on a full stomach. RCAF Pilots courses may contact Geneva ADI, VP5.
is better than imagining I Comdr. Alan Mersereau. assistant Banks, PNT1 at the NATTCen- G. I. equitv in 3 bedrm. house,

I Resident Officer in Charge of (Continued from Pace 1)) .ter Technical Library. $2,700,300 Druid St., Mr. Frias.

Lt. James H. Bain.. NATTC Enlisted Construction, was released from Vice Admiral Oscar C. Badger, J 2-bdrm. house, furn. or unfurn.,

Personnel: Officer:_., the Naval Hospital. .last week. I who as U. S. Commander of the SABWODIComdr. 1262 Woodruff Ave., M. Reuter,
"Those who --- Eastern Sea. Frontier is responsible ADC, Ph. 2-8978.
.We are looking forward to
2-bdrm. home, 6138 TransylvaniaAve.
have noT V for protection of maritime
lit All-Fools' ). We
April ( Day
., Wesconnett, terms can be
shipping in the event of war. W. P. Pleasance has
set available, understand that Lcdr. James
arranged, Rushing, ADC, VP3.
Darnell, assistant Resident Officer Vice Admiral Felix Stump, Com rational control of 405. Capt.
are definitely mander Second Fleet is actingas Jesse S. McClure is Commander, MISCELLANEOUS ..
in of Construction '
M Charge information '
missing muchof Chief Umpire and Chief Observer Fleet Air Wing 11. Anyone having of.
has April 1 as the deadline on
furnished housing at Key West.
the better : Squadron Leader Agnew whois
which to streamline his figure)
t. Florida please contact Lcdr. J.
Under the same conditions as Chief Controller for the RCAF
entertainmentand down to 180 Ibs. Lt. (jg) James W. Williams, ext. 747.
during wartime "Own" Maritime Group, explained, "Thisis
authoritative Hill assistant Resident Officer in convoys
1949 house trailer ft.
Spartan ,
composed of Navy transports, the first opportunity we have
Charge of Construction, doesn'tbelieve
can be financed, Lt. (jg) Bate
news he will quite make it and tankers, cargoes and amphibious had to operate our Maritime
sources avail- Bain I ships, simulating merchant ships, Squadrons from American basesin man. ext. 263. -.
has so promised fo swim the St.
able today. TV has already claimed Johns River if Lcdr. Darnell are escorted by destroyers and a joint exercise with the U. S. 1947 Alma house trailer. 23 ft. ,

a great number of top-flight makes the grade. protected by shore and carrier Navy. Exercises such as these enable .. completely eqpt., $1,125. L. A.
entertainers and news commen Mimi Bailey of the Design Sec- based aircraft.To the smooth integration of Schmitt. ext. 8472, or Trout'sTrailer
I tators. This will no doubt be even tion returned to work last week prevent the convoys from our respective forces in joint Park after 1700.
more true in the future." after having been on leave. Mimi getting through, "Enemy" subs, operations under the North At- 27 ft. house trailer, Glider awning -
& trailer hitch 1300. G. S.
said aircraft and armed raiders are lantic Treaty Organization."We ,
) and hubby Chuck they spenta
I Thomas, Lot No. 83,
Anna M. Bullard, AN, NATTC wonderful week in North Carolina using their guns, bombs and tor- are most impressed with Trailer Park 6322M
Shop ,
AK pedoes. size and efficiency of the base
_n_ School's I and Georgia with friends. O&R.
a a a here and with particular emphasis -
"TV offers
wanted-5 Points. Riversideto
RCAF SQUADRON 404 Is under on the facilities offered the
The stork has been busy in the
O&R 0700-1530. E. I. Pad-
I much more be- Utilities Division recently. He the direction of Wing Comdr.D. Royal Canadian Air Force by ,
cause one can E. Galloway while Wing Fleet Air Wing 11. rick, ext. 525 or Ph. 7-6880. _
made stops at the following .... __ Ride wanted-Lake Forest Man't
actually see it homes: Sammy Whittington, Power or, 752 Valley ForgeRd,.. to .
{ and radio is Plant No. 2, baby girl: JacobW. NAS. Mrs. Helen Peak, ext(,
s Tate Water Power Plant 3, "
just descrip 684 or Ph. 69912. Xs
Dewey Park baby boy: and Edward .
Wanted-3 riders to Los Angeles,
tion. I think
A. Roberts, baby girl Lcdr.
Calif., leaving March 12. call
however, that Hal Davis, Utilities Superintendent
Lt. Rustad;Green Cove Springs, \
Bullard children nice" to spent last week in New Or- ext. 6851.

use their imagination (radio). But leans enjoying the Mardi Gras. Will care for children In private <4a<
as an Educational medium TV is From the V-l Division we home, Lakeshore Mrs. Robert
far better." heard the good news that FrankW. Fondry Ph. 2-8746.
I r
a Tillis EMC, was a proud man Baby sitting- Mrs. D. E. Cummings -
last Sunday when his wife pre
Ph. 8-88956.
Pfc. Robert H. Moore, NATTC, sented him a 5 lb. 8-oz baby girl, .
ANP) School: whom they have named Paula

f "I think Jeanne. Raymond B. Polak, Lead-

those who have ingman Automotive Mechanic, Seek P-S Officers,
was welcomed back to Transportation ....
a radio are after extended illness. .
an T-T Operators ...
I": ahead and certainly Maintenance was -glad to see

: not missing Clarence Porter back from aweek's f h Examinations for the positionsof

;;, anything \ leave. N.O f00. Property and Supply Officer
Have made your plans for
you and
Telegraphic-Typewriter Ope
:.. In that field. I the dance? Don't forget the date rator have been announced by

; don't think March 21, Riverside Woman's the Fifth U. S. Civil Service Regional -
people see -as- Moore Club. Tex Watson and his Mel office in Atlanta.

much as they claim in referringto ody Rangers will provide the music The examinations for Property ...
for round and dancing.Fun .
square and Supply Officer will be s
TV For instance, many people .
is in store for all
close their eyes while listening I used to fill posts of GS-7 ($4205),
to a fight over the radio" Construction Contracts Let GS-9 ($5060)) and GS-11 ($5940)).

telegraphic-Typewriter Operator
The Navy has awarded contracts BASIC GUNSIGIIT TRAINING-Nancy Perry, AA, student In exams will fill GS-3 ($29,0),' and
Memorial Hall Redecorated for construction of five the Airmen Preparatory School of NATTCenter, pulls the triggerof GS-4 ($3175)) positions.

n The famed Memorial Hall of fleet oilers (AO's). The New York a fixed gunnery deflection -trainer. The Trainer is used in the Interested persons may have

4he U. S. Naval Academy, Annap- Shipbuilding Corp., 'Camden N. instruction of aviation personnel in basic gunsigbt problems. As access to these announcements,
olis, Md., has undergone a redecorating J., will build three of the ships Nancy computes the lead and speed of the target aircraft througha forms, and additional information -
r program bringing its collection and the Ingalls ShipbuildingCorp. ringsight, located at the rear of the trainer, Chief Arthur Lauer, from the Board of U. S. Civil -

of flags, portraits and me- ., Pascagoula, Miss., will Instructor, checks the pattern of the simulated fire. for smooth Service Examiners, Building 907,

worial plaques up to date. build the other two. tracking as the bursts are squeezed off. this Station. .,.j,