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Death has always been a terrible
his. friends and love them
SERVICESEaster thing to a man without
PublUhed every Thursday for K&vy and Marine tcthlttes at Natal .Air Faith, because it meant the end Christ did he will be free
KUllon. J ck.onIII*, KJ*. Sunrise i ftfvlcebe.- from suffering, as Christ was--
$AS, of everything )life, friends,
Burnhim C McCffret ., ... ........................Commandlnc Officer ginning at 0630 will be held knowledge, blackness', Nt tine- if only he has lived accordingto dr. John D. tJlt'iulhe: : oilicer at the Bandshell in front of the pattern set ,by that same

Hear Adm. Otborn B. Itardlioa Fleet Air....Jii....,.u.rill......................... .CommanderCapt the NAS Administration Building tion.So a great many men with- Christ.
Howard V. Hopkins ... ...................................Chief of Stall with Chaplain David M. CHRIST DIED to win SalvAtion -
Fleet Air Wat EI.". out Faith say: "Let's not think
..... Commando Humphreys presiding.
dipt. Theodore Dahl r of It -- keep busy so won't
Comdr. Flunk. D. He>'er -_Chief Staff Officer The Sunrise Scripture will be lie rose from the grave U
N.ral Air Ttrkilral' TralaUr CenterCapt. get a chance to remember it -
DM.Id MoTamphfll, .. Commanding Officer read by Chaplain Malcolm Carpenter guarantee it.
Comdr. VUUon R. Bmtlett.. ....,.............. ."...._.____..hxe: <:utl\. Officer new Protestant Chaplain live so fast you won't have time It is up to us to determine
to think of it..
Edward S. Iawe Natal H.ataitalCapt. .Commanding Officer ) and the sermon ;will be whether or not we shall be eternally -.
THAT IS the Resurrection -
apt. 1,.. A. Newton __ NABTU F" ruiiv. officer given by Chaplain Charles W. why happy with the Risen
is so all-important to all
Capt. John I. Counlhan .Commanding Officer Ackley. The All Saints' Chapel Christ.
Comdr. C. Guy Strum*, .bf'Cuthe Oflicer men. For Christ, came and Christ
Choir under the direction of Chaplain Herbert P.
died splendidly, heroically, MrlS'aJly
.The JAX AIR NEWS U published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station Steven B dnar will sing the and buried. Captain, U.S.N.

.I ( oIJJ.1: r and piloted; or.m: illlllnc'R"I : .. Anthem "In the End of the was .
no the ornment and Then came the tint Glorious
fro Dot. Copl a are distributed free of charge at the Natal Air Station the Sabbath..
Ji..a'' Air Technical Training Center. Naval Air Resin Tubing Unit: Na\al Parking will be in Easter Three Marines
Air Station Cecil Field and the U. Natal Hospital. provided And the of Faith who ,
Editor-Andrew H. I'lancyMilitant front of the Administration
Editor-Helen! Harper: Spoilt F.dltor- .<>!'don Robbie. SN; Staff has seen Chi'1st rise from the
Clrcuiation.DIaUlbutlon-lrene < SN. Building. Sailor Cited As
JVepoiler-Jim' JU ; I
tnNE1l knows that after death
the JAX a member ct the Armed Forces Press Service.AFPS An invitation is extended to grave,
material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted without\ there is life that after he
the written permission of Armed Forces Pieat Senlce. Re ubilcatian of other all military and civilian personnel Honor StudentsHonor
.. matter, except by a'.%Ice. publication, U prohibited "'11 out.perml..lon. oEditor. t and dependents. dies, he starts his real life -

Editorial JAX AIR officei NE\\located Main Administration Building. rhone extension eleinal, undying. He will know awards at Naval AI I rII
Uti. 216 and 81M.EASTER. -
Technical Training: Center School

CENTURIES OLD STILLr were won last week by three Ma-

lines and one sailor

BRINGS US ASSURANCE JOYThe S/Sgt. Aquino U. Wenceslao of

Koloa, Kauai T, If., graduated M

message of Easter is one "Who -- high man from AK (A) School.
I+I asks!, shall separate us
t>t assurance and hope. Many lie led a class of 21 Marines and
from the love of Christ? Shall
centuries have passed since the I]( Navy personnelwith an aveiageof
tribulation, or distress, or naked 93.87.
Resurrection Morning. Yet Easier
ness, or peril, or the sword? Nay, A graduate of Kauai High
brings to US the same assurance
In all these things we are more \ School, S/Sgt. Wencelao! has been
and joy that it brought to /
than conquerors through Him transferred to the .Marine Corp

the followers of Christ on that that loved For I Air Station Point
us. am persuaded 'p Cherry N C.

first Easter. Our voices of praise that neither death, nor life, ..... Y .,.,.....:1A.J" At AN (P) School, Pfc. GuaM
join with millions of Christiansthe nor angels, nor principalities, 1 C. Armstrong of Overland Park,

world over as we worship nor powers, nor things present, A', ,s Kansas, led a class ,of 161 withan
"The Risen Christ." I I nor things to come, nor height, t. oJ' :.: :.);;;. tI : ; average of 9393.

nor death, nor any other creature :,. ,:'., .. >. A fonner student of Kunnas'
The most important message of shall be able to separate us ...; '.'N'.,' State College 1'fc. ArmstrongIn

aster: for us is that Christ lives; from the love of God, which is V. u HIii 1 now stationed at NATTCenter -

that he arose from the dead; and in Christ Jesus our Lord." I JI- V Memphis, Tenn., where he
is vitally alive in the lives of the J JI U .
This is the message through \ V attending the Atiatlon Electronic
millions of Christians
throughout 1
the power and love of God that School.
the world. Through His trIumph -
.has brought us thus far. Easter I Pfc. Jack B. Crawford was
over sin and death He won
I assures us that in Christ our Redeemer -.. ,a 0#>_1: e L- "aiisla named honor man at AE >Ai
this victory for us. Because He I
we have a power for NEW SENIOR School where he topped a class
lives we too shall live. I CIIAPLAIN-
good not possessed by any other Senior Chaplain Capt.: Herbert P. McNally of 35 with a 9096 average. Pfc

THERE WERE ONLY a few I conqueror. For "by His great vic I I (CldU), new station senior Crawford,. who served with the

thousand Christians when Peter tory we are born anew to a life Assignment Goes chaplain is greeted by Capt. Second Marine Air Wing in the
wrote his stirring letter to the"Exiles I Martell Twitchell, whom hesuc'eeds.
of hope through the resurrec Serving previouslyat Pacific during WWII, has been
of the Dispersion, and
tion of Jesus Christ from the To Naval Hospital, St. Albans here since Feb. 1951

they were poor hounded folk dead." Through the way of life Capt. McNallyCapt. N. Y. Chaplain McNally will Harold C.'Schumpert, AE2, was
with Rome's stern wrath against also officiate
them. But listen to-his opening I delineated by Christ we have the Herbert P. McNally has at St. Edward's as Catholic Chapel.Chaplain honor student at AE (B) School

answer to Communism and all assumed duties as Senior Chaplain Shumpert entered the Naval Reserve
words: "Blest be the God that I -
Riveth us the victory through I the other enemies that threatenour |I of the Naval Air Station relieving in 1949 and enlisted in the

Jesus Christ our Lord. And he moral and spiritual welfare. Capt. Martell H. Twitch. SAFETYBox regular Navy in 1950. lie ha*

'tell.I duty at Moffet Field, Calif. with
ROCS on to counsel them: "Brace Chaplain Martell H. Twitthrll Score
VR-3 and at the Naval Air Mis-
up your minds and then keep Captain, USN. I Captain Twitc:hell leaves hereto
Disabling Injuries ThroughTuesday sle Test Center, Point Mugu, Calif.3Lane .
cool. He further encourages I take the assignment as senior

them not to be afraid of Rome, MDB Payments Due I|chaplain at Naval Training Station This Month March 16 I .

of the lions or of all the powers : Great Lakes, Ill., with ad. This Year 4 Traffic

of darkness that threaten. I Mutual Death Benefit assessment !j ditional duties as chaplain, Ninth Days Since Last

PAUL MADE ALIVE through No. 33 is due and payable i Naval District.
i 'i Lost-Time Accident 24 Set During
the power of The Risen Christ j I through April 23, 1954. I Father McNally who comes

i i here from Naval Hospital, St. Ali GIRGABOAMSafety -

bans, N. Y., will also serve as Slogan for April Rush HoursA
EVERYBODY ELSE 'CAUSE YOU NAS Catholic Chaplain, presiding "Keep Your Mind on Safety new traffic pattern for ingo-

GOT TO RIDE IN ARE A at St. Edward's Chapel. En- and Safety on Your Mind!" ing and outgoing traffic during

THE AMBULANCE, tering the service in 1941, Father I Remember this !slogan it the lush hours.has been announced

WHY CANT' I MENTALCASE McNally saw action in World i means money. by the traffic section ct the

RIDE /IN AN War II at Tarawa, Eniwetok and Security department.Three .

AMBULANCE ? st other Pacific areas. '|I To Rename Armistice Day- ? lanes have been set aside
Ordained priest in 1
1928 the I
I E senior chaplain is I'|I A bill (H. Jo:. 7786) to change for exiting traffic on Yoiktownbetween
s a member 1515 and 1630 daily. Thisis
the name of Armistice to Vet- .
of the
Jesuits. Before j
r enter- )I
to alleviate the congestion at
erans Day has been
if ing the Navy he passed by the
taught for 13
the main gate and the north gate.
'< House of
). in Brooklyn Buffalo Representatives! and sent
years ,
Washington, D. C. Ii IiI j to the Senate. It has been pointed Incoming traffic during I the
I hours of 0800 will also
lout that the United 0630 and
a l I "I have no hesitation in saying States has
be channeled into three lanes.
been I involved
in two
) that the NAS religious wars
: I\\ center is Nov. 11 Officials request that all drivers
: one of the most adequate and is 1918 when WWI ended.
r94rt an outstanding example if ecclesiastical move to NAS Cecil Field, while .
i i. 1 1Ica "
&$ architecture; said Father .
replacing Captain
: Twitchell as Chaperone: Old maid who
McNally upon his arrival.]
Protestant Chaplain at NAS will never made the first team but
Lt. Edward J. Dunn, formerly be Lt. Malcolm
"'ttw ( Carpenter, who still hopes to intercept a few
v r ), ; Catholic Chaplain t of NAS, will .reports from the USS Bushnell. passes.


I II 'Miami Weekend' For EM 'Best' At InsnertionThe -'I I I

- -- -
enlisted Wave or sailor at The trip includes transpoitation the town" for the trip. I
the Naval Air Technical TrainingCenter' to and
from Miami, probably by One person will be chosen) at
4rALWA1'S monthly inspection Saturday air, meals
and hotels
trips of interest inspection from each division and
April 24, who Is adjudgedthe
keys to the
city and police the division choices will be selected
,; )IN TROUBLE-No one was more surprised than moat military in bearing, dress! courtesy card. either by the commanding
Rollin Mayhem when he wound up at Traffic Court Instead of the and deportment, will be given a In cooperation with the Jack-
"What's the of accident insurance" officer or the executive officer.At ) .
Naval Hospital. good "Weekend in Miami, all expensespaid flonville Chamber
he mattered as the guard booked him for reckless drlvlnr. Maybehe the Special Services of Commerce the Marine inspection, heldearlier
it the time he the traffic violation division anti :Miami Chamber of Commercethe
will have figured by answers this month Pfc. J e rry
announced! this
charges. Service Personnel' will be "on Kline was chosen for the trip.


r Pago'Thre ,

15 April 1954 JAX AIR NEWS

i Gretz Sets New Seek Volunteers

f------l'I ;:', ,,">-, :;. Grade RecordAt To Replenish

Blood SupplyVolunteers

During the past few month, AOA( ) SchoolTopping
a large number of persons han from the Naval

been coming to I & E to Inquire all previous grade av Air Station are needed to do-

about spare time education., AU nate blood for NAS credit at
too often, during the course of erages compiled by 6,600 student; the Jacksonville Blood Bank.A .

the conversation the familiar that have graduated from A\la Mobile Blood Bank Unit

phrase, "I 'had a lot of free lime tjon Ordnance School Class (A) at will be here for that purposeon :

in (hose days, I wish I'd stattt A the Naval, Air Technical Training Wednesday, April! 21 and

my spare time education sooner,," Center, Dai tell Gretz, AOAN,, has Tuesday, April 27. Donors will

comes up. 5.- set! a new scholastic record or be received: at' the Infirmary, i

Many people have later regie'' 94.75 Building 8, Ward "A", beginning i

ted not making productive use of This Is the highest grade made at 0800 and ending at

the lime they spent looking since the school was reestablished 1200 on those dates

around for something to do. Don In Jacksonville, and beats the record Military and civilian quotasfor

let this happen to you. If 50 of 94.13 earned bv Richard the various departments

have spare! time on your hand, _f '.. ..._ ,._,,_,_ _n" Reeves In October 1953.; have been established in NAS
start preparing for jour future SETS MARK! Darrell Gretz, AOAN, was graduated last Greta had murks ranging Jacksonville Notice 6530. It is
now. It you don't, you'll wish Friday from Aviation Ordnance School, Class A, at NATTCenterwith from 91 to 99 In seven phase. desired that 75% of the quotasbe

you had sooner or later the highest grade ever obtained at the school since its commissioning of the course, and an 81 In the type: 0" blood The Medical
0 in 1951. He is congratulated by Lcdr. Edward Medartleft other phase. Officer will prescribe the requirements -
officer of the Ordnance School.
( ), training
WhUt" you'rei in service, you for donors.
--- The fact that high man In the
educational opportunities are AO (A) School gets the first The blood will be for the use

great. You have a chance to tak Set Traditional ServicesFor choice of billets gave Gretz his of military personnel, civil personnel

excellent technical, college, and drive This insured him of a West and the dependents of

high school correspondence court Coast billet if available. both, for Issue as the necessityrequires

es. After H two dollar enrollment Easter Observance Gtetz hails! from Corvallis, Ore, .
fee, these courses ate free if they; school .
and graduated from high -- ---
come from USAFI, and at a reduced -
price if they come from i a Traditional Easter services commemorating the Resurrection of there, later Attending Oregon Turkish Admiral
State College where for two years
college or university through USA Jesus Christ ate being observed at the Catholic and Protestant chap
he In Field Biology. While
FI. els at the Naval Air Station this week through Sunday.The Brief Visit
S. ---.,-- --- --- In college, he received ROTC and Pays
schedule of worship for thI'emaindel' services will be conducted by was a member of an inactive Naval .
You etui also, take General Educational Week has I
of the Holy
(CED) Chaplain Martell H. Twltchell,,, Reserve Unit In his hometown To StationAdmiral
Development been announced by the Chaplainsof I ,

tests, which can credit you will the various command here Chaplain Malcolm Carpenter and''I -- --- -,- --- Sadik Altincan, com
a high school education for military CATHOLIC Chaplain Charles W. Ackley in nsnder-In.chlet of the Turkish

purposes, and which can, Inmost Holy Thursday: High Mass at the All Saints' Chapel at 1930 at Buses Available For Naval Forces, who is visiting this

cases, lead to a civilian di- Evening Vespers Soloist Mrs, -ountty, as a guest of the U. S,
0800 will be sung by Chaplain Good Friday Services
will "Jl landed at NAS Jacksonville
ploma.A Herbert p McNally, S. J., Senior 'June Scarbrough Navy,
few yeais from now you \vil Chaplain of NAS. The Mass will Was Despised I Transportation will be provided yesterday at about 1000 for a

be wishing you had a better edu be followed by the procession of Good Friday t A three hour ser for personnel wishingto ilef tour of the station

cation. Employers are looking at the Blessed Scrament to the Repository vice of devotions using the Se'cnI I attend the religious serviceson On hand to greet Tm key's top
educational records more and Good Friday. Buses will Naval oficer who was accompanl-
[ Adoration before the Re- Last Words: spoken by Jesus from ;
more Don't wait till then to star pository will continue all through the Cross will be conducted by I leave the NATTCcnter Navy fd by a staff of high-ranking

blaming yourself for wasted time the and night until after I Chaplain Frederick Volbeda of Exchange; NAS Supply; Administration rutkiah' Naval officials, were Rear

Start your education now. Come Masa day the following morning, At'' NATTCenter. The service will I I Building; 0 & R, Idm, Osbotne B, Hardison, Com

up to the Education Center, 1915 Chaplain John :Moore of Fas- commence at 1200 and will be and Operations at 1145, 1305, nander Fleet Air, Jacksonville,

Building 955, topside, and talk It ron Six will conduct the devotions so arranged that those who are and 1405: ind other senior officers of the

over. The staff will give you al : in honor of the Holy Euchar: unable to remain during the en- Buses will depart from the rartouii' commands at the NavalUr

the help it can. Remember, the Sat Confessions will be heard after the service may depart at regular Chapels at the coiner of Mus- Station

kind of future you will have, 1 Is the evening devotion intervals after the devotions tin Road and Diimingham Ave Adm Altincnn's visit here wan

up to you.Announce. centering around each Word. The at 1255 1355, and 1500 to return pArt> of a scheduled air tour that
Good Friday: This day we celebrate -
the to the designated
I Chlldiens' Choir will sing "Were personnel of the
the Anniversary
Loved areas. vitI installations all along tha
You Thete1' and "God So
Death of our Divine Lord, The
I The World." The Chaplains have Issued I a astern senboatd-from New Lon
Mass of the Presanctlfied, beginning
special invitation to all military don, Conn, to Pensacola, :"'a,
at 1200, and the accompanng )'- : Easter Sunday: Sunrise services
Month Prizes For and civilian personnel} to Following the inspection tour,
; ceremonies will be conducted at 0630 at the Bandshell front
attend the Catholic and Protestant -
I I Aclm.i Altincan's party bOil 1'(1",1HII'll' l
Contest by Chaplain Robert Barlik. The of the NAS Administration Build Good Friday services, Department plane for a flight to Ouutvanaino .
Fishing will be conducted by Chap
Mass will be immediately followedby 1 ing heads: have been requested Cuba,
lains Humphi' Ackley and Carpenter Bay
the traditional devotion of the eys
have been announced to excuse personnel .
The early services at O'HO:
Seven Last Words of

for in the the Civil first month's Service competitor Employees Chaplain McNally will preach the !I in conducted the All Saints'Chaplain Chapel Frederick will be attend when possible these services that ,they may 2!! Supply-Fiscal

sermon and Chaplain Barlik will by
Black Bass Fishing Contest. read the prayers Appropriate mu Volbeda. The 1100 service will be -- Men
A bumper crop was entered durIng sic will presented by Mts Mar- conducted by Chaplain Mat tell HTwitchell Promoted(

March, with bass caught bj A. McCranie. It is planned I Ito who will deliver an Easter .
garet Promoted to the lank of Commander -
every legal means known to fish conclude the Good Friday Ser Message entitled "Jesus,Cleats last week was Richard With SuggestionsTwo

ermen. Monthly and yearly prizes; vices at 1500 with the Venera the Road." The Children's Choir U[ Mills, officer In charge of In- I Supply-Fiscal drpartnwnt.employees

totaling' $1,000 will be awarded tion of the Cross by the congrega- will sing at the 1100 services. ument Flight Training Unit of have proof that bene-

dining 1954.Winner lion Confessions will be heard This will be followed by Baptismal -'asjon Six ficlal suggestions do pay off in
in the men's division at 1830 service for infants and chil .
Friday ------ card cash
was n. F. Webster, of Public Holy Saturday: The ceremonyof I I dren. Sunday school will be held I Ibrief Inspirational' services at Eve- A check for $75 has been ile-

Works, who landed a 12 pound Holy Saturday, beginning at at 0930 in the Small Chapel. Personnel ling Vespers on Easter Sunday at vered' to Floyd C. Barnes, Jr,
one ounce black bass, with the I are invited to attend the I 1930
I 0700( with the blessings of the for his idea of returning contain-
of 21 inches and girth of
length I Baptismal Water, Easter candJe'l ems to contractors for refund of
20 K Inches He pulled in hit I
Fire and Baptismal Font which
I deposit. The suggestion,
catch March 26 at Lake Santa Fe,,
: followed immediately by High will save the Navy department a
jigger bobbing with cane pole and Mass conducted by Chaplain John .q. considerable amount of money
rubber frog lie wins a Pflueger
Moore Confessions will be heard ha already been put into effect,

supreme reel. from 1600 to 1800 and again at James C. Wingate was awarded (
Mrs Jeannetteest, wife of
1900. $10 for a method of using A
Joe Wet, 0 & It employee, took
Easter Sunday, The Feast of the hi-lift fork truck for handling;
the prime. in the women' dllfclon -
Resurrection of Christ: Masses I wings when crating them for rail(
with 7-pound, 4-ounce will be at 0800, 0900 and 1000. or truck shipment Wingate devise
bass at Lake George, with a' The Mass at 0900 will be a Solemn ed a wooden spreader bar 4 Inches
glass rod and live bait. Her '
High Mass celebrated by by 4 Inches by 4 feet long with apiece -
catch measured JS Inches with Herbert P. McNally. The .
Chaplain of wood one inch thick amt
girth 18 inches She will be pre- Choir, under the direction of Mrs. 21 Inches long nailed to the un..
rented with a Shakespeare wonder A. McCranie, will
Margaret sing derside to keep the spreader bar
rod. Messe Solennelle (St. Cecilia) by from slipping sideways on the
First prize in the children's division -
Gounod Soloists will be June forks.In .

goes to Arthur Rutten, aged King and Claude Huhck. T h eChildren's use this allows a close lifting
six, son of E. A, Rutten of 0 & R. Choir will assist the device and eliminates swing

He landed a black bass weighing Adult Choir with the Regina Caeli and necessity of having severalmen

'It five pounds, 2 4 ounces, 21'4 Inches durIng the Offertory of the Mass to( steady wings as was the

in length and 15 inches girth Mrs McCranie will present Haec- case when the former method oC
Rutten pulled in his catch
bier using a boom type hoist was employed.
out of the St. Johns near Orange PROTESTANT WIN CASH AWARDS-Navy department heads are always ,

Park, with a glass rod and live Maundy Thursday: Communion pleased to deliver beneficial suggestion checks t* employees who
Capt. Norman A. Helfrich
bait lie wins a Pflueger skillcast have devised efficient, time and money saving; method of pro Sup.
fall In Lake Shore Friday, April duction. Here Capt. Norman A. Helfrlch, NAB Supply-Fiscal Officer ply-Fiscal officer, presented the
reel. (center), presents a $75 award to Floyd Barnes Jr. (right) checks during informal ceieiuonie
Presentations of prizes will be 16, at 173) The public is welcome I while James Wingate, a $10 winner, looks on. Both men are employees last wwk.r .

made at the American Legion of Supply-Fiscal department.

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Paao Four JAX AIR NEWS 15 April 1954

VF-13 Chief's -Mask <''" ,' :::'o'x':':,:':,"' '
': Oxygen Mock-Up : Extension Due

.t I Saves. Precious Flight Time, Lives .I .1' On A bill Option to extend the Act

mots of Fighter squadron iai deadlinefor

i I have Chief Petty Officer Marvin I the device combines two oxygen ,0' buying contingency option annuities .

> I B. McCubblns to thank for a new I bottles, the 2867 AIB oxygen has been sent to the House

i device that has saved them many regulator, an aviator's breathing with a favorable recommendationby

' I precious hours of flight time and hose, and supplementary tubing I IL the House Armed Forces Com.
possibly their lives. arrangement to effectively check .t wt

Relatively simple in assembly, oxygen masks and accessory v mlttee. If approved the option law

equipment while the pilot .is still date will be changed from Apm

Nursery Sets Easter Hours safe in the ready room. Thfs 6, 30 to November 1 for 18-year men

The Navy Wives .Nursery will device can also be used to, familiarize I ] now on active duty! but not for -
be closed :Easter Sunday, AprilS ,
pilots, more thoroughly than those who-retired before
:38, except during the church hours on the actual aircraft's system, __ last Nov

,+ of 0845 to 1215. with the operations of their masks 1. ,

and of the aircraft's system. It is ,felt that the extension

{ Good Conduct Medals VF-13 pilots are unanimous in would permit better active duty

\ Presented To Eight their enthusiasm over the Oxy- participation in the system, to

I gen Mask Mock Up, as its In- sell more annuities for childrenand
Eight 1 Naval Air Technical
J ventor has dubbed it, and take future widows. The option
Training Center men were awarded 4

every opportunity to recommendits response has been favorable
Good Conduct Medals at meri-
adoption to pilots in neigh- OXYGEN TEST-Chief Marvin McCubbins (center) demonstrates around those points where information
torious mast last week by the boring squadrons who are not as his oxygen mask mock up to two VF-13 pilots. The device on it is plentiful, but
commanding officer, Capt. David combines breather hose and to
fortunate in having a' Chief Mc- two oxygen bottles with tubing from distant posts and
McCampbcll. effect check in oxygen mask. Pilots are Lt. (jg) Ronald Ralstonleft ships the
' Cubbins in their unit. response has been
The awards were made to the ( ) and Floyd Bates. poor.

".UuuLu_ ____ _
luuuwuig; ,riiuicia ci.:! ovvtvy, wvci-

(' 2; Horace A. Wilkinson, PN2;; VP-16, Fasron 109, PAW-11 Staff, Fasron Six VA-105 Report

Donald E. Fry, PN3; William G

Ward, A02; Jimmy J. Dodd, AT2:;;

f Joseph M. Beaugh, A02; William: Scouting Jacksonville Area SquadronsT16

G. Norwood, AKC, and Robert

Robbins, AE1.Instructor. \ .

There were several men trans- April 2. He weighed in at 6 Jbs., set Point, R. I.FAR'11. I station as observers. These men

3 13 oz. : record the location of hits when
At ferred from VP-16 during the past|
aircraft of
Staff FAW-11 squadrons
week. Those leaving the squadronwere swoop in and drop their bomb'
Fasron 100 Most recent addition to the !!
,\ AE School Is : Thomas C. Jones, SN, to the .
Fusroii 109 lost three chiefs last staff "fold" is Robert E. Blongle- Fasron
Fleet Reserve Base, Orange, Tex.; Six

Honor Man Junior Shetley, SN, to Commander week. They were Wilford M. De- wicz, YN3, from the USS Juneau Jatkson G. Rogers, YN3, vesumjtd -

Texas Group, Orange, Tex.; Lamare, ADC, who will report to (CLAA-119) at Philadelphia, Pa. duties as Legal Yeoman loot
(Thin la the SGth in the Naval ,
Albert Butkovich, SN, to CarDlv Norfolk; Gilford M. Johnson, ADC, Departed: Maurice L. Kessinger, week after spending three weeksin

I Air Technical Training Center's Six; and Thomas A. Bitty, SN, transferred to the USS Currituck, GMC, to the USS Lake Champlainat the Naval Hospital. Rogers was
Petty Olllcerolthe'JVcck 3et and James W. Hook ADC to hospitalized in mid-March from
to the USS Monterey, (CVL-26). VP- Norfolk, Va.
lea ; 16; NAS Jacksonville. Sam Hirsch, multiple injuries sustained in an
Allen W. Lindell, AOAN, ex-
"If ever there is a fuller eight
SN has Enlisted men tasted automobile accident near Building
also been transferred to revenge -
changed marriage last week
hours days-work put in, this vows
Fasron 121. last Friday at the Wing picnicas 200.
weeks Petty Officer, James R with Rayma Sue Atkinson of Clifford Native North
Burke, AE1, instructor of the Beach, N. J. The wedding The squadron Softball team they trounced the FAW-11 of- Carolinian, John
R. Parker
Jr., SK2, is awardedthe
AEA( ) School will be a part of took place at Jax Beach. I should be a powerhouse this year ficers and chiefs in Softball, 6-2. title of "White Hat of the

i it." The stork has been conducting with several holdovers returning However, the "brass" rallied to Week" for his
p* This quo flight operations lately and has along with pitcher Donald Glide- cop two straight volleyball games. and

tation is from left cargo at the homes of Pren- I well, AKAN, whose record was Richard E, Tolf, ATS, ThomasT. diligent department.performance in the Supply '
Born in
f iss D. Wild, PN3, and Ensign R. 46-6 last year One of these de- McDaniels, SN, and John J. Rose
the Phase Supervisor Hill, N. C. he
feats Joined the Reservein
C. Johnson. Mrs. Prentiss Wild came in the finals of the Whitaker, BM1, spent Monday and '
\'., Nov. 43, and called
of AE ComAirLant was to active -
f gave birth to Gerald A. Wild on tournament in Quon- Tuesday at the Lake George rake
duty shortly afterwards. lIe
\ """ '/ School, PhaseV March 27. Gerald weighed 8 lbs.,
was aboard the USS Idaho
'.'. 0 n commenting 10 oz., at birth. Ensign and Mrs.
throughout the remainder of WWII
: of this Johnson became the proud parents -
serving in the Pacific Treats
Y week's PettyOfficer of William C. Johnson, on .
Parker reported to Fasron Sixa
\\ :' ) 4 t -
'i year ago last month off the

Entering Burke the Service October New 'Red Ripper'Pilots USS Tumult (AM-127)), and H

currently in charge of
t 3942 Burke started as Aviation
Make Jet Main Store Room. lIe resides in
Machinist Mate in WWII. lie was
Dewey Park with wife
discharged in December 1945. Re-
and two daughters !fl',
f enlisting as an AE3 in Oct. 1919, Carrier LandingsWhen
and Rita, 4.
F Burke changed his rate to AE3hilc
{ Charles R. Wolter AD3 and i
j \\ attached to VC-5, Moffett VF-ll's "Red Rippers"
Field Calif. Ills next duty was boarded the carrier USS Benning- Lloyd C. Luke, AEAN, returnedto

with VC-6 and 7. ton last Saturday for week-long the squadron Monday after being -

t As an instructor, Burke has day and night carrier qualifications TAD to 110 ((1)) School, NAS

t ., various secondary duties such as a most unusual circumstance Key West, for two weeks.

; supply procurement and yeoman in that squadron's colorful -Three Chiefs have reported, including

in the phase office. In his spare history surrounded the embarka- Floyd 11. Oliver, MRC,
off the USS Grand Canyon (AD-
x time he works on such courses tion.

I as Mathematics Vol. II, AdvancedMathematics Except for Comdr. Robert H. 28)); Hollis L. Fletcher, AEC, from

Vol. I, and a UCMJ VA-104, NAS Cecil Field, and
{ Jennings, skipper of VF-11, none
+ Willie J. Gromley, ADC, from
coinse. of the
t present-day Red Rippers !
t 1 CAG-7, NAS Quonset Point. R. I.
had ever landed a jet aboard an 4

FRONT COVERThe aircraft carrier. The unit has hada VA 103

complete turnover of pilots in
front page of today's issue the "E" FOR n01\lnJNG-PalnUnr the Ensign John A. Thurmes re-
past few months.Commissioned highly coveted Navy
carries the Easter themeof lag "E" on Lt. William Paulsen's Banshee is Comdr. Lewis bombI I cently reported from ComAirLant

"lIe Has Risen." The draw some 27 years jet kins, skipper of VF-62. Lt. Paulsen, of VF-62, became the Jen-first to assume duties of Air Intelligence
ago, the squadron pilot In the Atlantic Fleet to win
currently of this award. A veteran i Officer. He relieved RalphA.
ing is the work of artist PhenisJ 63 Korean combat missions
Lawrence of the Art Shop, boasts of 10 admirals who formerly outstanding glide bombing score, Paulsen at the Switzerland garnered the "E" for his Herring who will report to
were TIM Rippers. Heading last Thursday Target Range
I CAG-10
Training Facilities NATTCenter. Staff, presently deployedaboard
this list in Rear A dm. ,Osborne
the USS 'Coral Sea.

Inspiration for Lawrence'seffott II.Fleet HardUon Air, Jacksonville., now Commander Paulsen Of VF-22 First Jet Pilot Reporting for duty with VA-

105 ,
was the Easter Season were: Arnold H. Tingelstad

itself-"the resurrection of our I VF-ll's World War II record To Win'E'Under- Revised Rules AE1, from Eglin Air Force Base,

includes successes in both the Fla.; Elmer B. Lord, ADI, from
Lord from the dead; the ful- a ...____'
fillment of a prediction North African invasion and in the s Aorenn war veteran became NAS Anacostia: Henry L. Dilo-
nanimous in its effect that it Pacific Theatre. The squadron's the first jet fighter pilotin revised qualification system renzo, AMAN, from AMA (A)

sets itself out and above all aircraft were among the first ,to the Atlantic Fleet to win the both to pilots flying propeller- School, Memphis, Tenn.; William
fly over Tokyo. In 1951: VF-11 highly-coveted driven AD type attack bombers
other worldy imaginations." Navy bombing B. Gunsalus, AEAN, and GeorgeW.
Lawrence strove for this ef- saw action in Korea where the "E" under the' newly-revised Lt. Paulsen earned his out Cutts, AEAN, from NATTC,

fect in the realm of surrealism squadron distinguished itself as qualification rules. standing score by dropping six Jax, and William R. Kane, YN2.

where he "hoped to achieve the one of the hardest working and He is Lt. Wiliam M. Paulsen, 50 bombs for an average error of from VP-24.

singularity and greatness of an "Keep 'Em Flying" outfits in Task veteran of 63 combat missions altitude feet using the new recovery Several men have been trans
occasion so momentous that it Force 77. against the Communists in He 3,000 feet. ferred. Leaving the squadron are

is celebrated even to this day The squadron has been engagedin North Korea, and presently attached 62's has been a member of VF- Harry N. Stickle, AMC, and Frank

the world over, centuries from extensive day and night training to VF-62 at NAS Jax. when"Gladiators" since February H. Sollars, A02. Stickle is leaving -

the date of its origin." I' operations in preparation for Only two other bombing "E's" he reported from the for VC-4, NAS Atlantic City.N. .

future deployment. have been awarded under the training command at Corpus J., and Sollars is going to A'OB
( ) School, NATTC ..Tav.I .


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April 1954 .JAX AIR NEWS Page Five


Weekend Tide Table -At AK School FA W-11 StaffLists

AJU.HIGH P.M A.M.LOW P.M. I Waves Man The Never Fly' Squadron I ManyInspections

Fri. 8:50 7:12: 12:37: 12:43:

Sat. 7:28: 7:49: 1:15: 1:16: While the Fleet has the "USS -

Sun 8:03: 8:23: 1:51 1:49: Neversall," the Naval Air Tech- j

nical Training Center boasts the
only fighter squadron manned The staff of FAW-11 broke out

Blue Cross Shield entirely by Waves VF-192, with a rash of Inspections of Jack-

THE NEVER FLY." It is located sonville squadrons this week and

Show Return Of in Aviation Storekeeper last, and next Monday it flies to
School, Class "A'. t
os 1 ii Ya' Trinidad, D. W I, for another one.
In the last two weeks of the
.94% of PaidDuring
Fees fifth and final phase of"the 12.- having inspected Fusion 100
last Thursday for operational lead-
1953, Blue Cross- Blue .week course students are taughtthe
the staff, commanded by
Shield of Florida returned 94 per practical factors of supplyand '
Capt. Theodore O. Dahl, made its
cent of the fees paid In by employees operation after spending ten annual thorough administrativeand
of the Naval Air Station weeks in classroom theory
material checkup of VP-16
for insurance coverage. Roy Christian, chief aviation Monday,

This means that for every dollar storekeeper, has rigged up a
Tuesday, Wednesday and
paid in, 94 cents was paid out Naval operating squadron with.. today
an operational readiness
in the confines of classroom inspec. \
for Incurred hospital, surgical, tion of VP-5 was administered.
medical and obstetrical costs. space which deals with allotment -
Next week
will travel
S records, stub records, operation
Trinidad for
an operation-
cost records
The High Rate of return, whichwas and requisitionsand readiness checkup of VP-34: alsoa
issuing receiving de.

nine percent more than 1952, tails ........ _...'.m.....' __ ....._. ......_ FAW-11 squadron "
along with the March 1 additional Lt. Gene C.. Tenold
benefits at no increase In cost is "This is only part of the final VF "NEVER FLY"-Simulating a squadron's supply opera- flight officer and FAW-11
in keeping with the nature of the phase," Chief Christian, a Ions department, these Waves In the final phase of Aviation inspections coordinator -
I veteran of the supply ship USS Storekeeper's School, Class A, .at NATTCenter Jax, employ ac- notes that during the
two non-profit Plans of Blue Jupiter in Korea tual practice in their work. They are front row: Barbara Reeves, last 10 months, the staff of "A w. j
Cross-Blue Shield. I pointed out (left) and Pat Hart. Hark row: left to right) Roy Christian, 11 conducted a total of 30 inspections
"The students also are shown AKC, Instructor; Marion Monks and Nancy Itlanrhard. The Waves y
Every; civilian employee of the the practical in ready Issue are all Airmen, who completed Airman School before entering for im average of three )
Naval Air Station is eligible to I AK School a month.
I stores and Naval Air Station
Join the group plan here, and can

submit applications up until the operation.VF-192 Never But we Fly feel Squadron that 12 Pilots FromVF103

close of business. *, Friday S May 1, unique in the Navy.. I Give More 'Lucky Bucks'NORMAN I .1

4 > QualifyFor
Monthly rates for one person More cold, hard cash is find- perintendent, who has been tho

contract, with no maternity bene- Navy Tenants Coveted 'E' ing its way into the pockets of "voice of safety" In this give-

fits, are $130 for Blue Cross, military and civilian personnel away program, found five per-

$110 for Blue Shield, or $2.40 for Give$506To Zooming at speeds better than aboard the station. sonnel last week who had the

both. Family contracts with ma- 400 miles per hour, 12 pilots of Dollar bills, absolutely free, correct answer, to go along

ternity benefits above 270 days, Cancer FundMany Fighter Squadron 103 qualified for continue to How into the wait- with the five the week -previous. -

cost $3,50 per month for Blue the coveted "E" in gunnary in the Ing hands of personnel who ,

Cross, $2.70 for Blue Shield, or porchltghts were on Monday Commander Air Force, Atlantic take time out to become safety "Lucky Bucks" went to

$G,20 for both. evening when Navy mothers Fleet gunnery competition exer- conscious. All these lucky people Charles Pate, Lcadingman Mason .

Blue Cross coverage may be "marched" for the Cancer Fund, cises held at Leeward Point, Guantanamo receiving the greenbackshave
I ; R. L. Phillips, truck driver
purchased without buying Blue and 1507.45 was contributed by Bay, Cuba. done' nothing more out

Shield, but Blue Shield cannot be residents of the station, from The squadron achieved an overall standing than. repeating within and Peter Roulhac, Shop

obtained separately. the Azalea Trailer Park, Dewey mark of "outstanding." ten seconds the safety sloganfor Stores, all of Public Works department .

. Park and Cumberland Road house Filing' and firing their Cougars April. ; and Josephine Wink- .}
7 :' ing.Mrs. at 15,000 feet, the 12 now To earn one of these: 'liuky ley, Printing-Publications, and

: Edward S. Lowe, chairmanof "} In gunnery winners fired bucks" all one has to do is William Giisson, A02, of NAR-

the project, revealed that 269. 150: rounds of ammunition at to remember the safety sloganfor TU. Also recipients of free dollars

r\-.."- ) 94 was given at quarters on the toned targets, rpgUtrring" "hlt this month, which is "Keep were Ruby Bontwrlght,
\ + base. Assisting her were Mrs. with at least 20 pcmnt of their Your Mind On Safety And metalsmith of Overhaul and
:. Peterson, enlisted housing Inside expended "ammo". Safety On Your Mind" Repair department and Olga

i p. "t'I the Main Gate; Mrs. H. Riskin, Lt. Walter P. Gatewood had Charles Able, NAS safety su- Schuller, of Supply-Fiscal.
Officer housing behind the Naval 67.3 percent of his 150 founds hit

J- Hospital; Mrs. William Stnggs and the target. Professional Nurses Can I!
Mrs. Jack McCuidy, Senior Offi The eleven other VIM 03 pilots
\ Woik At Naval Hospital
\ cer Quarters; Mrs. Wm. Queen, qualified to paint the "E in G" / '
Hospital Quarters; Airs Richard insignias on their fuselages are: Qualified professional nurses
who currently registered and
are :
Donahue Lcdr. Andrew C. Conner Lts.
Building 801; Mrs. Eu- ,
who would be to do I-
willing private
gene S. Peer, Building 803, and Stanley N. Eldiedgc, Henry G.
Mrs. Kerwin Foley, Building 800, Johnson, Lt.(jg's) Harmon B. duty on occasion at the Na. SALTY HUMOR FROM
val Jacksonville, are
Hospital requested -
Bassett Donald E. Swank F. A.
and other volunteers. HERE AND THEREThree
to contact Comdr. Cath.
Mrs. Harriet Liberato, William D. Langston,
Weir Wives
erine Yarnell Chief of
Ways to End a Dinner
Club Walter H. Davis, Jerry S. Bas-
announced that
president, Services at 87-1621 extension 128.
sett and W. J. Larkin
$238.21 was turned 'in by Mrs. Ensigns
Charles Mann, who was assignedthe and Thomas M. Hinckle. Nurses need not be registeredin I, Ask the lady on jour right if
-- S. Florida but must present proofof she's married. Should she say
Azalea Trailer Park; Mrs.
"Let's talk about the higher professional registration. Sal "yes" ask her if she has any
Thomas <
Fuhrman, Dewey Park,
things in life""Basketball ary will be paid in accordance children. If she says "no" ask
and Mrs. William Reese, Cumber-
players?" with current rates. her how she docs it.
land Road.
e 2. Ask the lady on your left if
she's married. If she says "no"

Team Studies ask her if she has any children

3. Ask the lady across from you

Training At If she has any chlldicn. If she

says "yes" ask her If she's mar ,

dtrs ANP( ) SchoolStudying rled. S
',",,-:--sit-_.- u ,
Corporal: "Can you give me a
PRETTY VICTIM-Here's a training procedures definition of a politician?"
applicable to the Naval Air Tech- a
lovely little lady who literally
4S Private: "Sure. lie's a fellow
lost her head! Miss Mary Murphy nical Training Center's Airman 6' : z
who Is always ready to lay down
who has her head cut off Preparatory School at Norman, N
with a buzz saw In Columbia'snew your life for his country."
Okla. team from Norman I.
a wasa
chiller, "The Mad Ma t M *
gician", The movie stars Vin- visitor at Airman Preparatory \ : wY ro. r The
burglar was in
caught an
cent Price and Eva Gabor School here last week.
.--- x 'a.. .4,4c i old maid's bedroom. "Please, lady,
Beach CAP Cadets I Lcdr. Theodore S. Thueson, let me go," he pleaded "I ain't

Training Officer, and Neil A. Fox, never done anything wrong."
Tour Center Area
educational consultant, were the "
"Well, chuckled the old maid,
Members of the Jacksonville visitors. "it's never too late to learn."

I Beach Civil Air Patrol are well "We are here to study train t1W .

I indoctrinated in training given the ing methods," Comdr. Thueson .4 f h 4 "F-e-e-t. What does that spell,

! new Navy Recruit after a visit said, "and establish liaison with w Johnny?" asked the teacher. John-

1 to the Naval Air Technical Training the school and officers here. ;9Y t ny didn't know. "What is it thata

I Center last week. The visitors showed keen inter- cow has four of and I have only

The group was shown a movieon est in Phase II of the school dur- VISITORS-Lrdr. Theodore Thueson, training officer two?" persisted the lady (Well),

"Interrogation by the Eenmy," ing their brief stay and were escorted at Airman School, NATTC Norman Okla., and Mel Fox, left) anybody could have made the same
given a grandstand view of Air- by Chief Machinist Edward educational consultant of the school view a radio assembly In mistake.)

craft Fire Fighting, and each cadet Gibson, Phase Officer, and Henry Phase II at NATTCenter Jax. The Norman group studied training S

received a cockpit checkoutIn C. Bickmer, Educational Consul- methods and phase layouts during their visit here. Right are The skull is a bone which sometimes
Chief Machinist Edward Gibson, Phase II officer, with Henry
a Knvy Torpedo Bomber tant for AN (P) School here Bickmer, NATTC educational consultant for ANP( ) School here. keeps the fat from showing.




Page Six JAX AIR NEWS, 15 April 1954

All Star Tilt :' '-;"'\'.',." I
Concludes "
i. : >i TIMEOUTWith|

Boys' Baseball CampHistorians '.',,",1. Gordon Robbie

j OAi\
Though harboring the fear that

may disagree on the most important event o( ,.. ._," our thinking cap may be turned

.:April 10, 1951, but 37 area youngsters will argue their collective ) \, '" Into a dunce cap, this corner sense

J heads off that the All-Star game of the sixth annual ) .j) es its bounden duty to give with

Jacksonville-Navy Boys' Baseball Camp rates top billing. the yearly forecast of. the major

In a terminus to four weeksof baseman league pennant races.
was cited as the .
instruction, American League most agressive and adept pupil, ti J It's hard to conceive how the
standard bearers fettered the National L Yankees sixth -
can swipe a
He received did _
a new glove as .
Leaguers, 11.7, last Satur- ....
bunting. "Complacency"charges
McKenny, St. Nicholas Playground fJP...
day morning at Mason Field as
; and Charles Anderson and have been hurled at the

the jointly sponsored; City of Jack Lee, both of Brentwood. e eo Bombers by the front office Asa

Jacksonville-Navy project was result of a lax spring showing.
Baseballs the
autographed by
to close
a rousing
New York Yankees were presented Yet, who is capable of overtake
EIGHT INFIELD errors made > ing the Yanks? Cleveland looks
to 20( of the outstanding Ail-
the task easy for the Americans Star participants, while every excellent on paper, has for the

as they broke the game wide open player was given a season pass to past six seasons. The ('hokear.

with bursts of six and four runs the Jacksonville Braves' home tists could come through, with

midway in the contest. A six run I amount of good pitching.
I games, courtesy of the Jackson any
flurry by the Nationals in the last ville Baseball Club. The Vankn are weak on the i

heat narrowed the gap. ,.,.
right side of the infield For the f
I Intentionally limited to 200 _____ __ __ .n.n ___.'_____."_//c._n'm., ________.m.n.n.__.___.___
From Saturday'sscramble( a first season in many moons, a
I students this year in order to allow CLIMAX TO CAMP-Chosen of
number of I ad. distinguished outstanding competitor handful of rookies han an Ideal
for more concentrated instruction the sixth annual Jacksonville-Navy Boys' Baseball Training Camp
themselves and were duly rewarded I chance of breaking Into the! line..
camp directors were particularly was Robert Parri&h of Panama Playground, ihown receiving a
at the conclusion notables from Bill former and Can Hob Grim and Harry
by : gratified-with the attentiveness -- glove Terry, major league player manager, up.
Bill Terry, member of baseballs' and recently voted Into the Hall of Fame. At the left is Nathan Byrd supply] help for the over-
shown by the 12 an 1-J:
Mallison, Superintendent of the City Recreation department and
Hall of Fame Comdr John D. lx and Sane
; year old hopefuls. at the right is Comdr. John D. Blitch, executive officer of NAS, aged >pat, Reynold
Blitch, on behalf of Capt. Burn- who were on hand for the ceremonies. The camp closed last And that million-dollar poser,

ham C McCaffree, NAS Com- I Saturday with the annual all-star game, won by the American what about Mickey Mantle
Opening: Of Pools 117.Zaccaria.
manding officer, and Nathan P. I league Chicago is a bit on the weak

Mallison, Superintendent of the Set For Saturday side in the pitching and power
City Recreation Department. hitting department, yet with Ml-
Announcement of the official
I .
I ; .
nosd at third the
PANAMA Playground's Rob. opening of the six outdoor swimming Windy City
ert Parrish, American League nine boasts an A-l infield.
pools here has been made
by NAS and NATTC Special All in all, the situation with

Mainside Softball I I Services Departments. Saturdayhas r 'v .v rs the Paul Richards' crew looks

been set as the kick-off date. s ? > rosy. Here's a nod to the White

It is expected that pools will Sox as American League champs.
Gird For
Loops be open daily from 0300 to 2030 The Yanks will muster enough

and Sundays from 1200 to 2030. strength for a second place finish

with Cleveland close third. Other
Opening Monday The pools are a Special Serv-
first division club will be the
ices facility, therefore for the
With 16 entries already received use of active military personnel Gunnel ImpressAs Boston Red Sox, with or without
+I I
and with the possibility of a only. Dona-fide house guests are Ted Williams

few late arrivals, play will begin I allowed use of the pools. Look for the second- division to

Monday afternoon In the Mainslde I ____ _. finish this way: Philadelphia,
Fliers Four TiltsWith
intramural Hottball leagues, according Split Washington, Baltimore and De
to NAS Special Services. Five from Jax In trod The A's should be head over

Final plans were ironed out at I El Toro Mitt MeetA 17 miscues in the last four games detracting from heels above the others.

a meeting last :Monday in t h eSpecial I five-man boxing team un- superb pitching performances, the Jax Navy Fliers Facing the" White Sox in the

Services conference room, der coach Steve Mayer and ly settled for a four-game split against a pair of grateful-I World Series will be the Brooklyn

Building 930.SC11EDl1LES. last... week. _- Dodger1! repeating for tin
manager Gene Fox, will take ,
The Ft. Meade General, strong -- ---- third year Where's the weak
had not been
part in the All-Mat boxing I raps but was the victim of four .
drawn nt but will at downed the home spot on thbt club* With the ad.
up presstime championships Api 1126-29 at every spot, big Flier errors.

be ready, however, the end of the the Marine Corps Air Station, folks by identical 5.2 scores on I I "Red" Galda (0.3)) absorbed 'the dition of RIg Don Newcomlx,
I the Bum need hate no worrie
Two rounds will be held
El Toro, Calif. This was announced Wednesday and Thursday. The Fliers second game defeat although he
And otherleague
over pitching.
round to I
with the first expected Lavern OH-
by Capt.
too issued only six hita. For the
were not as hospitable towards
club, excepting the lied-
end June 1. League winners will I mer, MAD Special Services Officer second straight day: icvltallzed
meet for the Mainside title anda Camp Stewart last weekend, however -I Jax Navy willows outperformed legs and Braves, hay more JM)W.

berth in the station playoffs. Included In the group is Mar- dropping the Georgia nine. Ft. Meade bats Joe Fay was the er?
Augustus B u s c h's Cardinal
With the aid of six playing cus Botas US-pounder who twice, 9.2 and 14-1, hitting star in the contest witha
have been
simultaneously strengthened
fields, league action Is, expectedto holds both the Florida AAU A light Schedule Is on tap for triple and homerun. and weakened with the

, run smoothly over the four- and the Jacksonville Golden Jax Navy this week, a two-game I I Five bobbles were committed by acquiring of Vic Raschi and the

month season. The fields are Al- Gloves bantam crown. stand Friday and Saturday against in this
the McCaffreymen game, peddling of Country Slaughter A
bomarle, Hospital, Ranger, York- Others making the trip are:
Presbyterian College of Clinton, nine in the series Ft. Meade earned weak infield and the failure of

town, Saratoga and Wright. Ramon Rodriguez, 112-pounda; S, C., i IIJ the only action for the I only two' earned runs in two highly-rated rookies to impress I in

ENTIUKS so far include: VF- Toney Benedict, 132; Lee Burc- week days of play the reason for consigning the

22, Fasron Six, VC-62, VF-44, VP- ky, 147, and Clyde Page, heavy Outhlt Meade I Zacraria Sharp Redbirds to show position.It .

3, Fasron 109, V\V-4 and VP-5 weight.Little. Although issuing seven hit and Things looked rosier in the looks to be a closie for the

In the American League; NARTU, ---- -"- -- eight walks, Ft. Meade hurlers Camp Stewart series with stupen- fourth spot between the New

Personnel, Supply Com Fair Jax, Known FactsA Dob Lookabaugh and Jim Gordon dous hurling Jobs by Anthony Yorkers and Phillies. Most observers -

FAETU, Operations!, Hospital and broom lashed to the mast bore down in the clutch to give Zaccaria ((1-0) and Merle Gunnet have the Philadelphia obitu.

Infirmary are expected to battle denotes victory. It began as a the Maryland nine its first win of ((2.1))) offsetting a quartet of errors ary already down in ink. We'vebeen

for the National League title symbol meaning "sweep the the series. Loser Frank Jankunis in each game. Phillie tub-thumpers for a

Umpires will__be selected by_0 Spe-_ seas.' ((1.2)) allowed only half a dozen Biff "Zacc," in his initial per- decade so why get off the wagon, .

vial Services: on the basis or performance ,. .L ..' formance on the hill for Jax bandwagon that is, now? The
and will be paid for
Phils for fourth
Navy, tossed up a two-hit job. spot

each game worked.Tennis. .. The East Boston righthander hada The Giants must be given the

no-hitter working for 6 frames. fifth position with a greatly Improved

Squad An error and home run, inches Cincinnati nine In contention

from the foul marker In leftfield, for a first-dhislon berth

by Bill Stowe, broke the ice in through must of the year, ending
By the seven thoGunn..t In the usual sixth spot.

It's Pittsburgh for the seventh
Fan 12
Potent Gators ;' Gunnet was equally effective in spot over Chicago, despite a ser.
:: ious handicap of thin pitching and
his fourth outing, whiffing a dozen
After a week's rest, the Jax defensive weaknesses.
ss" OIY batsmen while giving up only
Navy tennis team will play a return ? Fantastic as it may seem, it
; one walk The slim righthander
; .
match with the Georgia looks like the Dodgers White
... r gave up eight hits, all of the one-
Tech Yellow Jackets Monday at base Sox in the fall classic. After all,
Atlanta. Jax Navy defeated Tech, it's been 35 summers since the
Fay's smoking bat cooked up a
8-4, in an earlier match here. Comisky clan
copped a pennant.
storm in this game, driving in a
Continuing competition againstthe t J (Editor's Note We
: must use
fil pair of runs with two singles anda
cream of Southeastern colleg- ;r:" I double. our prerogative and perfonn our

iate teams, Jax Navy's netmen ,, ;{; yearly ritual with these things.

were nosed out by the strong ... ... Camp Stewart- .:all>(;)2 ono) 224 Anyone who has the knows
----- ----- poop
Jax Navy .... .012120 :21*- 9 8 f
University of Florida racquet- TWO BASE CLOUT-Chief Mike Mlchelcic: of Weapons School Pinion, d'lrvm) and Clover that the Sox are not due and
wielders at Gainesville last week, tees off for a two-baser in a NATTCenter intramural softball league Zaccaria L-PInlon. the Dodgers have played it o\it.

64. Jax has now won two and contest last week against Training Facilities. Behind the plateis Camp Stewart 010 OrtO 000- 184 How about the Indians in the
TraFac's John Myrlck. Facilities woa this one, 14.%. Twelve Jax Navy .....(MO 203 30it-14 8 4
'lost two against collegiate opposition. Wallls, Drown American and! the Giants
softball with (5) MoiUrty ((6) in the
teams Center competition
are entered in the loop expected Tucker ((8 and Clover Gunn andNorvllle
to run through August L-Walll*. National?)


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15 April 1954 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven

Eastern Navy Boxing Finals Scheduled Here April 22

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AE School Sets 120 Top Shore, Fleet

Pace In Center
.. : ; .

I Softball League wc4r t < } Mittmen Seek LaurelsIt

Three home runs, two by Roy J1 > .. will be Shore vs. Fleet battling It out for Eastern

Wenzel, gave Aviation Ordnanceman ,f..t y Navy fistic honors when the All-Navy Semi-Finals are held

School Class A, a 10.9 victory at King Hall next Thursday, April 22 at :2000. The squared

over Special Services in a J. :V. I circle event promises to be the biggest boxing show seen

here in .
''' yearsEastern
NATTCenter Intramural Softball
I Naval l District winnerswere
league game last week. Jimmy ,''r7' t S n for the one night of action.
having it out this week, in
Clark also homered for the win- ,: ":, Weigh-ins are set for Thursday at
e VBIV the Quarter.Finals at Norfolk 1000 at the NAS Infirmary.

ners. with results not known at press Winners In Finals
RUM Steel, with 'three for four, L t
time. Upon these results will rest All winners, who will tx
Including a homer led AE "A"
which boxers will see action I awarded trophies, will enter tho
School to a 20.10 decision over the
here. All-Navy Finals in San Diego later -
AK School Marines. this month.

Jack Purtee and Don Srbrr Host for the big show is Rear Tickets will be assigned for officers ,

topped AGO School's attack In Admiral Hcber H .McLean Commandant guests and chief petty officers -

a 20-lOwin over AN (P) School. ,, Sixth Naval District. while admission for enlisted -

The Airman Preps lost their I } Capt. Durnham C. McCaffree men and Waves will be by

Mfond game of the week at the .. S w. NAS commanding officer, has ID card. All commands in this

hands ,of AE "A" School, 6-0. RECEIVING TilE SPOILS-Carrying out the adage, "to the : been designated Tournament Di area are asked to inform NAS

In other games last week, AE victor goes the spoils", VP-18 was recently awarded the all-sta rector. Special Services as to the approximate -
B" School walloped Personnel, tion intramural basketball trophy for its decisive win over AE Site Moved number of personnel
8'hoolln the all-station playoff. Making the presentation is Lrdr.
10-4, and tied NAWS School, 13- Richard Donahue (left), NAS Special Services officer. Accepting Lcdr. Richard V. Donahue and expected to attend.

13; AO "B" School defeated MAD, the trophy are Ensign Harold Kuhn, team roarh and Comdr. Wesley Frank R. McCaffrey, of NAS Four ,fax Navy boxers are

2-0, and lost to AN (P) School, Ruth (right), skipper of VP-18. -- Special Services are serving as competing in Norfolk this week

15-14; NAWS School shut out tourney coordinators, aided by for the right: to compete here

MAD 2.0, and AE "A" School Edolo Propels VP-18 Lcdr. Feter Culbertson of NATT Coach Bob Perkins is with the

trounced AO "A" School, 20-10. Center Special Services boxers during their Norfolk stay.

Also, AK Marines upended the Originally)) set "for Mainsidegym OSS

AGO School, 14-11; Special Services officials deemed it advisableto Local Airman
i To Station Title
\ pasted AK "A" School, 34.4, Keg move the scene of action to

and AK "A" School defeated Personnel I the more spacious King Hall to

1210.Cindermen. I I Carl Edolo fashioned a sizzling 191 average to lead VP- better accommodate the large Wins Title Of

18 in a 5-2 decision over ANP) School for the Station I I crowd expected.

Show Bowling Championship last week on the alleys of Mainside I I The opening bell will be sounded Mr. FloridaWhat

and NATTCenter. : at 2000 with ten bouts )listed I
started off to be merely
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In first night play, VP-18, NAS
Well But Fall enth game to vt rest the toga. It weight-building exercise has paid
tltlist, struck savagely for Un toe
I| was the second straight( station H off in big dividends for a Fleet
straight wins on its home boards Jacksonville\ airman
To Ft. JacksonLed I championship for the Patrolmen,'
and then broke even in four ensuing II i Joe Muff of VF-13 recently was
in basketball
I I who !ncpied a vUtoty
to cake-walk in., '
by the prolific twosome of games I crowned Mr. Florida in this yea1" "
(earlier I
Hank Mosley and Rick Casates, I NATTCenter champion AN (Pi t AAU-sanctioned contest at the St.
Edolo his He .
was at peak a
the Ft. Jackson Soldiers defeated School retaliated in the fourth Petersburg High School: ) Auditor

Jax Navy's track team in a dual I heat with a narrow 823.810 win turned in high series of 606 with, him 'Muff competing against servicemen -

meet Saturday, 764! to 53'i at parties of 192222192. Ironically I II and civilians from the en-
and after dropping the fifth, 878-
Lackawanna under an call) blanket I I on the same night, ANt P) recorded '1 tine state, reigned supreme overa
<< of Florida rain. 832, copped the sixth on a playoff its two victories The 222 field of 21 contestants.

Aimy's duo totalled 32 point high of 897891. stood up for high individual game. Joe' \\t"1 ht.lirtJnK and bodybuilding -

between them with Mos>ley, former With both quintets showing the I High wiles for the Studentswas day beganhUe atl'hlt'so'N
I ee. Waller High School.
New York Oiant footballer, strain of pressure, VP-18 needed I a 586 by Wilhotn the second

l scampering to a pair of sprint' only 836 pins in the clinching sev- I night. In the last set of the eve I lie merely hoped to build up a

wins, low hurdles and running a ning he bowled a high of 211, the Alight frame but, after two yearsof
,', I this began to lift weight
leg on the victorious relay team. ,> only over-200 game ported! by the
: .
more fcerloimly.Muscular -
Na\","' point production wait 1kt Students.
,, n Muff is now look-
hell\ ditlded among Its consistent Total pin fall by games:
ing forward to the Mr. South con-
I'at' VP-18 879 853: 891 810 878 891 836
performer, )) ,
f'\'antr test April 17 at High Point N. C.
Larry White, Marty Grahamand A.VI') H.">0 819 80S 8,S 83t 897 830
'. I He will represent the Sunshine
Jim Kotsuba. latterreeled "
State at this meet. After this',
off ulna in the mile and R'' w 1 Wallace Even comes the Junior Mr. America

two mile e\ents. K.a. event nt Norfolk, Va., May 11')' .

Mel Chris tensen-turned in a 2-: Par In Blind .

08.4 to lead ,a Navy sweep of the *

half mile. On the cinders, the Fliers -

points.outscoied their foe by three Bogey Play

Bob Wallace stayed familiar
MR. FLORIDA-Thls walking -
The summary: with regulation figures on the hunk of muscle Joe Muff,

TKACK EVENTS: ::- Naval Air Station's demanding 72 NAS Cecil Field Airman,
22< -\d. Low hui dies-\\on bv Mow. I par layout to notch low gross was recently chosen as Mr.,
Icy IA)! Graham (N), second; XlutihU Florida. Joe was selected over
LAMilehiRunTime> : ::284. honors in Saturday's Blind Bogey
21 other contestants and it's
by KoUuba N)
Garrison tA"), second: PWe; <(N);, Tournament.Low plain to see why. Next event The station golf course la a
I third, TIme: 4:54.8.: I net laurels taken for the Navy muscle king Is recreational area where both officers -
were by
440d.( .
l bv White III1)nl"* (A), second; Jllldcbiund (N), George Williams who had 25 chopped the Mr. South contest Satur- and enlisted men may relax -
third. Time: :53.8. day at High Point, N. C. and form
enjoy of athletic.
Tho((>>'d. rA( ) second by Motley (A); off his round of 99 for a two a
), ; Dexmiey over Braves Return Home
third. Time: :9.!>. '
( golf: has certain rules and
.JW-id. Run by Chilstensen regulations -
( ): (N), second N J E. Wentmoteland ((91-
; Padgett < ) which should be observed '
third, Time: 2.;OH:!.4. 15)), John Anto (86-10)), Joe Rinal- For Charlotte SeriesWith
fN o-mile Run Won by Komuba These rules have been made fop
(eN); Griffith (A), kerond; William di ((88-10)) and Chief J. D. Yam-ac the regular season underway
(N), third. lime you, the others playing and the
'.' Daub-Won: 10.538.0Jd. by; Mosley (A); tor 187-11)) tied for the blind bogey the Jacksonville Braves, defending good of the course itself

ftht'I'aney. (N), second, ; Thornton (A), number of 76 drawn from the Sally League champions,
: ::23 8. RULE TWO
XHO-yrt. Relav-Won by Army (MosPii hat oppose the Charlotte Hornets',
<>PPII, Haynes. Thornton;. Time: Replace all divots. If jut a
In Sunday: competition, Lou 1 newcomers to the loop, in a three-
persons( I playing the course
Brozo's 74 was enough for low game series, Saturday through
} daily should neglect replacing dl-
nijtcuf Non by Caiwrw (A): E<1- CAliE'S gross honor. Hugh McLaughlin Monday, at the Myrtle Ave. paik. iota! the course nould
DJavelin-Mon"aids; (A: ) second fc". ; Kay (N), third. ((101-30)), Damon Bernard ((81-10) Next home scales for the locals without any grits soon 1"

by Oasareg (A): Oner- I'<1INX' and Capt. Norman Helfrich ((90- will be April 27-29 when the Columbia
tin (N), second: Biljeu (A), third. GOING TO BE READY I I b. Smooth over all hole and
Distance: 171' 11". 19)) deadlocked at 71 for blind Reds move 'in. Weekday t track made in
sand .
Broad Linwood Gray, parachute trap flakes
Jump-Won by Griffin (A) ; I
Nelson, 'N) second Thornton (A) rigger third class of Fasron bogey prizes. and Saturday games begin at hat a been provided for this pur-
thlid." Distance: 2l' 2'fc"! the highest alti- 2000, Sunday trays get underwayat
JIlKh Jump-Devaney 109, reaches Play in all flights of the Station |K>se.
ton (A) PoppetAand tude of any member of the 1430.
tied I for first. Championship were at a momentary e. Please, do nut throw
Nelson (N) lied for third. Height: 5' Jax Navy track team as a pole paper,
vaulter, so he comes well standstill midway in the Tickets for Braves games can trash, bottle or ran on the
cares tAt-and Won Kar by Edward fN) tied. (for A); sec Ca- equipped at practice. Gray week, but Professional Jack Harvey : be purchased, nt Donalilnon's! Men's I count. For the tour** to be in

ond, Distance: 39' ]0" will be entered In the state anticipated a quick resumptiOn Store or At the Myrtle Ave ticket the bt condition, it initial tailean
V ult-S A) tied for first, (No third gunlF over the weekend. office/ of debric.
fln). Jlf'Ijht: 9'. ville.


< Eight JAX AIR NEWS 15 April 1954FOR

i)i mmmmI 1 Ff Whalls The Purpose 01


I, 3 bdrm, home, $8,500.. 4619 Ulmer The
# b Charity Carnival?
: Ave.,. Tlmuquana ){anor. Ph.

I 88- 189, Anderson. During the next four weeks, all'hands aboard the Naval

.bdrm, con. blk. home, $7,200, Air Station, and for that matter people within a radius of

$35 mo. Ph.-8-4855, G.: W. Paulson some 100 miles, will be getting an earful of the fifth annual
Navy Carnival for Charity.
6 rm.; house, approx. 2 acres land Just what is the Navy Carnival for Charity? ,

I i near NAS Ph. 2-3095, Mrs. Car To get the real story of the Carnival, and why it is, held
Iy I ter. here, let's go back,a few years. ,
I 3 bdrm. CBS home. GI Equity When Naval Air Station Jacksonville was commissioned

I $900 down, $47 mo. 5074 Columbus 14 13 and one-half years ago, the citizens of the City promptly
I Ave. Ph. 8-5637, or ext. 429, welcomed the new facility, and its personnel, as an active
I Gordon. part of the community

\ Swap equity, house turn and gar, .*. *

for 2 bdrm. trailer. 3050 Detroit SIMULTANEOUSLY\ THE, NAVY here and its many
Circle. J. G. Davis. families assumed the dual rolo: of responsible citizens of the

2'bdrm. concrete blk. home, $9,500. City in which they lived. Accordingly, they participated in
: Ph. 8-9910, Mrs. Fragale. the many ,fundraisingdrives, local and those sponsored by
&5' rni. house near Crystal Springs' local chapters of national charity organizations.

Rd., $3,000. Mr. Grady II. Nuse. Full support was given willingly by the Navy to the
Rt. No. 10, Box 255-H. 4 drives for many years. The number ofcampaigns increased

3'. bdrm. house. GI Equity 5457 ,. 1.. however, until} personnel were approached as many as 12 to
King&bury Ave Ph. 8-4296, : 14 times per year; Man hours were wasted, individuals re-
Chief Harris 1 sented being called on every few weeks for still another do- -
2' rm. furn. cottage, $300 cash or nation, and complaints reached} the Commanding Officer

terms. Ph. 2-5410, Air Base It was decided in December 1919 that in some manner
Trailer Park I kikL all ,of the drives should be packaged into, one big drive, so'

3950 United house trailer, 27 ft. .pm p"......,,"' .._ _..........._ that Navy and civilian personnel here could fulfill their com- ,
Apply Lot 31, Azalea Trailer WHAM!-Marine Pfc.Larry Tanabe; student at ANP) School, munity obligation without feeling that they were constantly
Park, Wm. Wood. a professional wrestler and judo expert civilian life has his op, being solicited for donations 'of one type' or another.
2 bdrm. house, 5615 Crestview Rd. ponent begging for mercy as he applies the double wrist lock. .
J>h. 8-3918, Lt..R. P. Smyth. Wearer of the Black Belt, a distinction held only by Judo experts, THE NAVY CARNIVAL FOR ,Charity was proposed,
"Bozo", as he is known in mat circles says judo is a lot of fun.
2' bdrm. house, $500 down. Ph. 8- where once a'year, and, only once, all hands would giveof
2940, W. H. Wood. A Real ProNothing their time and energies to produce an event where everyone -
29 !to Howard house trailer, Lot could have fun for the money they were giving to

153, Azalea Trailer Park, Mr. charity.
Badgley. Mystic About the Art of Judo, The project was destined to'be successful from the start,

3' bdrm. house, $2,600. Equity, and proceeds were distributed to the various charities on a
terms. C120 Transylvania St. Says Expert Tanabe From Hawaii percentage basis, with a small amount retained for a working
_. __A. _. fund for the
i'u. .-.\><><>, ensign LCUUUCI. ,, following year.
3 bdrm. VA home. 4451 Marquette, It anyone ever happens to have hold the art 'of Judo as mystic. In April, 1950, when the first Carnival was staged, the
l>h. 87.1246, Lt. Pefferm n. the opportunity to shake the hand He said it is neither dangerousnor sum of $16,315 was raised. In 1951, donations totaled over

2 bdrm. home, breezeway, garage,,, of Marine Pfc. Larry Tanabe, a painful It Is a sport to be $10,000. Growing still larger in 1952, the Carnival realized
large lot. 5529 Seabord Ave, student at Airman (P) School at enjoyed fully, even by women, old close to $50,000 with $31,500 of this going to the Com-
550 cash down, Gullette, ext, men and children. He added' that munity Chest fund.
: NATTCenter, best that he be careful !* *
789. women always, made the best pupils
' FOR RENT and were more eager to learn WHEN LAST, YEAR'S PROCEEDS were counted, over
2 (urn. ,apt 2590 Riverside Ave Pfc. Tanabe, or "Bozo," as he Judo than most of his male stu $60,000 was in the till. From that amount a check for $'U-,
Ph. 2-0738, Mrs. Bass. is known to his friends, has the dents. 000 was given to the Community Chest-United' Fund drivein

Room with twin beds In private habit and the ability to play with When asked about the validity Jacksonville, and jt was the largest single donation ever
home, $35. 1471 Murray Drive, his friends as a child plays with of professional wrest made to the Chest. Another check for $15,000 went to the

Ph. 2-6615, Schilling. a yo-yo. lie is an expert in the ling a a! a sport, Tanabe said Navy Relief Society.
art of,, Judo here in the The check to the Community Chest-United Fund
3 rm. turn apt., $80. Ph. 7-8203,,, or as we that to be a wrestler is one of was,
Mrs. Lozcal. Western world might say, "Ju- the most exacting professions in in turn, divided among some 41 benefiting agencies.
2 'rm. fum. house, 3215 Oak St. f jitsu." the sports world. A wrestler must It is to be understood, however, that each year the success -
Ph. 88-9222, Mrs. Harrison THE 27-IEAIt OLD, 5'-7" 215- always be in top physical condi of the Carnival depends on personnel here, and the sup-
3 rm. (urn. apt., 2601 Park St. Ph. pound Tanabe is a wearer of the tion, and although most bouts port of the public. The General Chairman, and members of
8-2770, Bessie Houston Dlack Delt, a distinction held only appear false, a man has to hava his various committees representing every command located
3 rm. furn. apt. Ph. 8-1760, Mrs. by a Judo expert, and a distinction great source of stamina, pluthe eat the Naval Air Station, work hard to make the CarnIval
Ballentine, gained after long years/? of ability of an acrobat in orderto san attractive event. Many others volunteer their time to

2 rm. (urn. apt., 933\'a\ Rosselle St. practice. "Bozo" has been at it succeed in wrestling. accepting donations for prizes, building and manning booths,
Ph. 8-2655, R. L. Rhodes. since the age of seven.A 4 > and the numerous other jobs..that are required in the weeks ..

B 1( rm. furn., 1915 Woodmere. Ph. pure Japanese, Tanabe operated Solons Ask Increase In preceding the Carnival. *
8-4267, Mrs. Acheson. a Judo School in his native
Honolulu Hawaii Milk\ Butter, CheeseTwo SO IF YOU ARE CALLED on for help, either through
S bdrm. house, 3538 Mayflower.Ph. and wrest
donations otherwise for the upcoming Navy Carnival for
2-4846, Mr. C. Stocking. ICd professionally prior to his l identical dairy bills have
Charity to be held'May 14-15, stop to think a little before
entrance into the
1 rm. turn. Marine Corps.
cottage opposite NAS, been introduced by "dairy state"solons turn a deaf ear.
$30. G. Schultz Air Opponents he has faced on the you
Base Trailer mat -famous ; and if passed would provide It's very simple: Which would you rather do? Be both-
Include such
Park, Ph. 25410. namesas
more milk, butter and'cheese ered and pestered about 12 to 14 times per year to donate
arm. furn. apt., 112 E. Hans Schanavel, Mr. Moto and
Ashley. the Great for military mess halls. The bills to this or that charity drive, or put in a little time and ef
4-5676: Mrs Togo.TANABE
Stradtman.' would Increase the daily rationsto fort donations, too during this one-time-a-year project,
2 bdrm. unfurn. apt., 2580 Riverside STATED that he of
one quart fresh milk, two the Navy Carnival for Charity.
Ave., $75. Cowart, Ph. 88- could not understand why so many and four-tenths ounces of butter
7904. people here in the United States and
one ,ounce of cheese.
Email unfurn. house for couple. ... Annual Center Just How MuchIs
4.384 McGirts Blvd. Ph. 26765.
S bdrm. concrete block home, un 2 .. u + Swim Meet Nears Enough?

furn. Ph. 2-8111, Mrs. Wall. The NATTCenter Intramural
2 bdrm. home. J. W. Dollar, 0 & Aw swimming championships will be How many donations nave

R Shop 4212, or Ph. 2-5610. held Tuesday, April 27, at the you made to the Navy Charity
MISCELLANEOUSRiders t Indoor Pool; Building 614. Carnival for the Charity fund?
This one drive raises
wanted or car pool. Lake A new departure is being made money
for the whole for 41 organizations
Lucina vie. G. S. Chichester, ext. -4 this year in the annual classic
341 or 387 :' a 'ii with entrants lining up accordingto that are membersof
; the Community Chest-United
Riders wanted to Memphis divisions.
April R 6x Fund, plus the Navy Relief
2227. A, II. Montgomery 3632 Included' on the eight-event pro-
B Irwin, Dewey Park. gram are: 50-yard freestyle, 100- Society.
Rider wanted from Starke to NAS. yard freestyle, 50-yard backstroke, You may contribute to oth
Ext. 674, Mrs. Johnson. : 50-yard breaststroke, 200-yard er charities if you wish, but
Riders wanted from Edgewood to freestyle relay, 150-yard medley you are only asked to dig downin

NAS. Mr. Pat Foley), ext. 320. relay, 150-yard individual medleyand your pockets once a year
How much is for
diving. your
Riders pool. Allendale Circle. Ext.
/ 213, Hines. Division representatives will annual contribution to charityto
Ride wanted from Flagler Ave. meet Monday to plan the event. help those less fortunate
I than yourself?
to Greenwood St. Ph. 88-8146, + .
Mrs. Parker r rj Weather Outlook Your representative will see

4 riders wanted between Riversideand .. Friday you several times before :May
Partly cloudy with
-" 15. If haven't made
you enough
NAS. Hospital ext. 561
scattered showers.SaturdayPartly. '
GRADUATES-Executive officer of NATTCenter, Comdr. donations to satisfy con-
Rowell. Wilson R. Bartlett (left) presents certificates of completion of cloudy skies your
Class ring with initials E. P. onside University of Florida college extension courses to left to right) and warm. science, donate some more.
lost on Mason Field, Earl Lt. Vito ,Magaddino; Jack Purtee, AOC; Henry Leroy, AMC; Scattered I This is your one annual coy-
Sunday afternoon
Lawrence Fulstone. ALC: Milton Smith, AEC; William Engel, .
? Powers: ext 8459 DK3, and John O'Harr, MAS. showers and t u d.ershowers..