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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 4, 1954
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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O & R ANDS-Construdlon for housing: two additional units of the street. The view on the right shows the rise of the new hangar type building
I NAS Overhaul and Repair department Is progressing rapidly. Shown going up at I that will house the disassembly plant. The $834,000 project is expected to be completed I
the left is the wing for the paint stripping and cleaning building, facing Wasp by the end of July .


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VOL-11 No. 47'" UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 4 March ,1954
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Home of Commander Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval District; Commander Fleet,Air Jacksonville; Fleet Air Wing 11; NavaUAir Technical Training Center
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Six Taken Into 'New NAS-CecilFieId I


Fold Of'' Station .


Scout Cub PackThe Highway Is Proposed

membership roll Of NAS
Cub Scout Pack 131 was Increased
last Friday by the initiation into I The' Department of the Navy has: endorsed improvements -
to the existing between Naval Air
ils fold of six candidates. I highway Station
Welcomed back to the roll were I Jacksonville and Naval Air Station Cecil Field. .
In a letter dated Feb. 19) and
Curtis Bartlett, Joseph Black
553, known 6s Timuquana roador
Earl Vick, William Sheffield, Edward : addressed to U. S. Rep. CharlesE. Jacksonville Heights road, over
Bennett, member of Congress
Tatom, and Michael Offley. some 12 miles of its connection
{ from this district, Rear Adm. R. '
The Initiation took place duringthe
between Cecil Field and U. S. I 17
annual Blue and Gold J, Perry, Chief of the Bureau of at about 104th Street
at the station's scout Yards and Docks, advised the
It Is anticipa ted that final action
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ters, in Building 612. The following:
will be based on decision
i e :
held annually, marks the 44th
reached by engineers, the
niversary of National Scouting, THE ADDITIONAL data on army
Federal Bureau of Public Road
which the Cub Scouts are a the improvement of this, (Timu-
and on defense highway funds
During the ceremonies, to a'youngster quana) road tothe national de-
available for the project.
tended by Capt. Burnham C. \ of Navy personnel, fense, which was requested from .
C'affree' Den :A received the last Friday. Left to the commanding officer of the .

etvrl Honor Flap for the Michael Off- Naval Air Station, Cecil Field, Chamber Officials
conMK-uthe time. The flag has been received. Approval: has
prevented to the den for been obtained from the interested
standing accomplishment of Baseball offices and bureaus of the Navy : Observe Facilities

mf'mbt'rll. Department, and this bureau has
Other honors presented to recommended to the chief of At NATTCenterMembers

young Scouts for completion transportation, Department of the '
various phases of Scouting Saturday Army, that the deficiencies be of he Naval, Air
Force and Affairs
ed the Silver Arrow Award i investigated and that improve- Army Committee

Richard Middleton, Jimmy i Camp, which has ment be accomplished from appropriate of the Jacksonville Chamberof
and Paul Treitel. The Gold six years federal highway fundsas Commerce received a first-hand
row was awarded to at Mason available." view of the new training phasesat
The One Year Pin NATTCenter during a tour of
Hughes. THE PLANNED highway will
its facilities last .
to Vincent Hawthorne, { be an improvement to and a replacement Thursday.Also
Knight and Edward Evans, calisthen of present State Road present for the tour was
initial
n and prac Vice Adm. John Dale Price Chiefof
the Wolf Badge was awarded ,
Robert Magolin, Ronald WEATHER OUTLOOK Naval Air Training, Pensacola.

Michael Monroe, and Robert for the 1934 Friday-Clear and cold. Admiral I Price served as com-
nelly. and manding officer of NAS in 1942.
Ir. Richard V. Saturday-Partly cloudy
t mild, scattered showers late in The 37 Chamber members, meet-
5)Y taking the reins P. M. ing for their regular luncheon at
East Coast 0 &
for the' fifth
sea- Sunday-Cloudy and mild and the NATTCenter general mess,

to Page 8, Col. 5)) cool in late evening. (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5))
Men Gather


For Potting .

East Coast Overhaul and

pair representatives convened
this week to study procedures

sealing electric connectors, a
cess known as "potting."
The two-day conference iiFc'S
called by the Bureau of
tics to increase the reliability

aircraft electrical 8y tem' by
x 1 M.{
ducing the failures of

connectors, according to /: % :r yhyY4/i
Leonidas D. Coates, Overhaul
Repair officer at NAS Jax,

cial A host synthetic for*the rubber.conference.* has !.1J4, &?;:


developed to safeguard the
area of connector/ against PRIZES-Winners of the first Safety Crossword Puzzle Contest and the Unsafe
ure from vibration and the published during the month of February In the Jax Air News, receive their prizes
C. McCaffree, NAS commanding officer. (Left to right) are: Samuel F. Caton
fects of various liquids and who took' third place In the cartoon contest; Ruth L. Linn, Supply-Fiscal, second .
l lic objects, he said. contest; C. O. Adler, Public Works second place, cartoon contest Lt. C. W. Fra-
Although most aircraft first place, crossword contest: Captain McCaffree; William Berry, ME1
tractors are "potting" the fourth place, cartoon contest, and Robert C. Burden, Public Works, first place, :\
I Other winners not present were Bert Toth, AK3, V.t-43, third place, crossword
(Please Turn to Pace 8. Col. 1J.. Applegate, IIM3; Naval Hospital, fourth place, crossword contest.



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wry Thursday tot Nay and Marine acthltlea at NUN Air
.I.Ir: .I JuckconUlle, Fit.
NA!. .cll..llk.
f(apt. -Btirrmam' r.. McCffretComdr. . ... .. ............ .Command!nt Officer
John D. Blltch,.,......_.-.. .___....Exarulhe: Officer
elect Air Jstk..nille
fUai Adm. Oborne B HanJIfon .' . . ........... ....u.. .Commander'
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins. ... ..... . . .. ................ Chief of Stall
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nut Air N.111 Else.Ca. I hI
....... ..Commander
pt. TheodnreIflahi ..Cti let
) .., --\ Staff Officer
Natal Air Ttra. .lral Tralalag 0..*.c. .
_Command Officer I ?
Capt.Comdr.David Wilton MrTampbrll R. Bmtletl_......................... ......._.........__....... 1< Naval Napitsl ,
Capt. Edwatd, S. Lowe .. .,....,_- .. -.CommandIne OfflcermirrE II IIlC
CapU .... A. Newton __ NABTU............... -- --- >futive Officer J .

( ___..__.... .,. ...Commanding Officer''
U Cmmlhan. ? ??
Com Cpt..lr.John c. Gray Strum. ........._..............._.._. ._............?...?.?..... Lxecuthe Officer .
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JAX AIR NEWS: .U published-weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Statl, n.J.oklon .
,'file. Floilcfa, and punted commercially\ llh"P.CiJPrj. .* funds...
.t no 'lo the C'\tJ'nmt'l1t and In compliance w llh P-ae. "
Nov. 184"pt'n.e. / are rtlttiliutttl fee of charge al the Naval' Air '1.lIo.t the s
N.nl l Air Technical! Tr lnlns! Uc nNavalA Resfne Training Lnlt NaalAir tr
btatlon CeOI Field, and the lloipltaL
Edltor-AndI'P\\I: H. Planey
Assistant\ Etlltoi-Helen! Harper Staff nppurltl'l-1ordon Robbie 'SN.Th II
\! JAX AIR NEWS U a member ot the Armed Forces .'1'''' SenJetAFra .
mllterlll ahpeartlIn, this; puWleallon may not be M'rlnted without
the written permission of Armed Forces, Peal Rer\I lce. Repuwiteat\on or othermailer.
.w'tpt by fie,11ce publications l II piohlblltd l \ without' permission of
Editor!: JAX AIR MW ..
Pdllotlal office located Main Admlnlstintlon Building. Phone extension

U84. 216 and 814.4.Ptiiontul __ .__ ____ _ .
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I I i Barnett, VeteranOf 'I


I Major Battles l

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PO-oMhc-Week 1 SAFETY COUNCIL I


(This (li tile 20th f In t the< Na\al REMEMBER: YOUR SAFETY RUI-ES-It you do remember your safety rules, picking: out the I
arc On,tiled to t'isit Air Technical> Training Centet's unsafe practices in this cartoon should be easy. Try It and win prizes totaling $15 in cash and other'

the VSO Stniftmttt' Club, at 31W ) awards. See rules below M _._
1t' Wcek series ------
Pc'1ty.Ofke".oft ) ----- ------ ---- -
Monivc Street, ofirn ftom 0930to I
1330 daily.'rhur.duy/ From ten major J battles in : SAFETYBox
I Co loon Contestlb !
March 4. 800: P.M. \Voild War II through Korean iUnsule

Bonnctt Bee" piizen. 9.15; P. campaigns, J Ellis: Barnett, SD1, I Score

M.Harris Melody Ballroom with Chaz Steward for Capt. David M
bell, NATTCenter's commandingofficer Monday, March 1.
IVI.lay, Match 5. Cafe ituliano has a record of ,service
8:00 P.M. Spotlight dancing rev which exemplifies the highest I I Cash prizes are still available for. those personnel who know their I This Month 0
Biannen. rules and All has to do for these This Year 3
to
,'lIe featuring Marie standards of a petty officer, I lately regulations one qualify
Jurdjy. Match 6. 10:00: A.M prizes is to detect the unsafe practices in the above cartoon and'submit Days Since Lass|
Highlightof the-list. Lost-Time Accident 33
d. 8 00 P.MKecoul .
Open House all : y. :
this I Lul-
all the The rouith in a aeries of new I (Herein each week will be
dance, featuring
ing, Tex. man's untied; 2. Tools in pockets' etc.
Box Score of
found the
contests to Interest in safety Safety
latest leconls. IIl'l'\'lce Hook jnstill 2.) Fill in last line of Ih erlck. I lost-time accidents incurred
"Hiiiirtay. March 7. 1000: A.M. place aboardan In the minds of all hands, thisweek's
To be used as a tiebreaker I among industrial' -type employed
Dunking round tuble. Free donuts aircraft earlier cartoon is continuation .
{ a 3.) Attach list to cartoon, along persons at NAS Jax.
and coffee, courtesy Seymoms in the So. of "unsafe practices" series. I I,
Clothing Slote. 11:00: A. M. off to Pacific which First prize Is $10 in cash; seconJ with entry blank and limerick. '

church 5.00; PAL Vesper Service ,' was uhder attack prize is $500 in cash; third I List may be written or typed. Acton DeclaredWinner
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and refreshments, touttesy' South of the Jap and fourth places eachx win a tree Send to Safety Contest, Box 22,

tfhote PI t'&b'lerhm Church. I' Air Force Barnett meal chit to the civilian cafeteria. I I NAS Jax, or Jax Air News, by I
Of Feb. 25
Monday. Match 8, 7.00: P.M. After the first assault wave The usual limerick is also included 1200 Tuesday March 9. I

Ping Pong Instructions with Frank had been repulsed, Barnett calm to settle any possible ties.
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I ) Winners will be notified by
Puskas. 7:00: P.M. Roller skating ly took over, the post of 'a wound. Rules for the contest art listed I Safety Cartoon
at Skateland. Reduced lates.Tuesdaj. ed Marine. He net two Japanese( below. I phone and names revealed in next

'. March 9 To be an dive-bombers afire, as was certified Entries may be submitted to week's Jax Air New. I Lt. (jg) James B Acton, *t

nounced.Wednesday.. 'later by.official credi.t. Safety Contest, Box 22, NAS I 5.) All hands are eligible I NAS Communications, was declared -

March 10 "L Hl Entering the service January, Jacksonville, by yard mail U. S. !. the winner of last week's

Fling Pa.'t/' abate\ "befoie Income 1942, Bamett has had duty on the Mail, or by hand by Tuesday Mar. ENTRY: BLANK unsafe practices cartoon published -

tax day blues." USS Enterprise, USS Mispillion, 9. in the Jax Air News, and thin
USS Ward and USS Hancock, wins himself $10 in cold cash.

which carried him through the I.1MKKICK! Name ....._........._.._...,._.._...___. Second place went to C, O. Alter

Korean campaigns. There once HUH a worker named of Public Woiks'mainlerance,

A family man, with tour chil- Boon'\. -S f who claimed $5 In cash. Ralph.
ttMQHB Rank Title ...................
dren, -he' wears the Presidential'Unit Who learned every popular tune. .M. ..._.......... Toler, A03, of VP-18 and Donald

Citation (2 stars), Purple Reynolds, A03, of Fasron Six
But he'failed to learn the rulesFur I

MAIXSIDKTlwinday Heart, Asiatic- Pacific (7 stars). handling small tool, Unit _................................................. took third and fourth place meal re-
Korean Liberation (2 stars)) and I spectively. Each won a free

Dragons Gold\..,...,..March.Htllaiy 4 Brooks other decoiations. _..._;........__._x _-......._...__M... I chit to the civilian, cafeteria.

and John Archer I Phone No, ........................................ Acton detected 46& out of a
"Have you seen those 3D glass. : possible list of 53 discrepancies

Friday, March 5 es?" RULES in the picture, while Adler noted
the Pi owl.. .Paul Muni .
Stranger on 'No. How much beer do they 1.) List the number. of safety 42.

And Jean LorringSaturday hold?"' .i violations. Example: 1. Shoe laces Today's unsafe practises cartoon

March S --- ---- (above) is the last in a series -
Naked Jungle......Chatlton Heston of such wilt
cartoons. They

NATTCENTEK; Two Battle-Weary Korean'VetsLeave I be revived at a later date. A still

Thursday, March 4: CATHOLIC newer series of safety contests!

Flat Top................Sterling Hayden. VF-22 Cavaliers Behind I Sunday, Mass-0800, 0900, 1000- will will appeal begin to next all week hands,, one but definitely. that.

Friday, March 5 St. Edward's Chapel.

Dragons Gold..........Hillary Brooks Two battle-weary veteransof Saturday-0800. .
and John Archer the recent Korean conflict tached from the squadron this Daily-0630. No limerick line was necessary,

Saturday, March 6 were sent their separate ways week is the Navy's F2H-2 Sunday-0630-Mass at Hospital but Acton's last line reads:
this week after completingtheir Banshee jet No. 112. This air- Chapel. "I feel like a heel," muttered
Muni!
the Prowl..Paul :
Stranger on
4 respective'tours of duty I craft participated in 53 com- Fred.
and Jean Lorring with the "Cavaliers" of VF. bat missions-more than any MORMON "For leaving that wrench overhead

HOSPITAL 22. other VF-22 jet on .the Korean 1930 Wednesday NATTC ."

Thursday, March 4 First of the oldtjmers to go cruise.Lt. Chaplain's Office.CHRISTIAN For his pal, Ed, got clipped

I The Jtuy._................Biff Elliot was Lt. (Jg) William B. (jg) Hall is reporting to SCIENCE1900TuesdaYNATTC When the tool above slipped
and Peggy CastleFriday "Budge" Hall, a member of NAS Pensacola for a tour of And poor Ed is dead; thanks to
Chap-
.. ; March ft the first combat strike launched instructor duty. lain's Office Fred

.. Flat Top........_..._Sterling Hayden against the Communistsfrom No. 112 is being transferred PROTESTANT I .
the deck of Jacksonville's from the Fleet Air Jacksonville She: "You beast; Where is your
March I
Saturday, 3wn USS Lake Champlain.The squadron for duty with 0930-All Saints' Chapel.
Dragons Gold..........Hillary Brooks 1100-All Saints' ('hiva1ry7"He
other veteran to be de- VF-74 at NAS Quonset Point. Chapel. : "Oh, that. I .traded it in on
and John ,Archer 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. a Buick."




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Lolest In ABC Defense r=Ii--i1



I You quit high (.school before

completion, you were going on to
Imported AI School college, or you were in collegebut -.

w now you have suddenly found
Keeping pace with the ever changing scheme ol things yourself in the aimed forces.

atomic and biological, Naval Air Station's ABC School is giving Perhaps being in the service hits
its students the benefit of latest instructions.
made you realize the value of a
Reopened after a short lapse, + ,
: ;
\ J------- continued formal education. What.
ings in which the standard aerial ,
the Atomic, Biological and Chemi
photo grid is used, and an Intro. ever your circumstances, yon do
cal Defense School is training
duction to survey and monitor not need to mark time while'! in
teams in proper procedures in theevtnt
methods are also phases of the the seivice :
of an atomic attack in this
class. Service training in not wanted.
aiea. Students are selected from
Other than techniques used in Depending on the COUl'Seor study
various Activities in the Jackson A S .P
ville area, each attending a ,one- Atomic, defense the school deals r X: ,.: 1.{ you wish to pursue, credit may

week session, with phases of biological and be granted by your chosen civil

MUCH OF TIn later procedures chemical warfare. Classroom lectures cr : Ian educational institution for service .

and methods of indoctrination and films orientate the student r Litr j school training. Service I

and training is being passedon with the causes and effectsof schools are fully evaluated! by thAmerican .
both types. Active participation ._ to the students by William
Wiegand, ADC, in charge of the in 'gas drills further bolster the PLOT INFORMATION-CMff Ken KowalskI (right) instructs which then recommends credit
school, and Kenneth Kowalski, student's confidence under simulated -I 'P, J.'Hall, YN3, in the proper method of plotting Information forwarded which may be given for fllICC!''''.
by the radiological surrey teams, during classes as thestation's ful completion of the service
AOC, who have just returned conditions. ABC School school .

from an advanced course in ABC > .
defense at Fort McClellan. Capt. McCaffree S C ain

The school here at Jax is train- all i'**?* wlirrp" credit is recommended -

teams in by the American Coun
ing proper proceduresin Reviews CadetsOf
the event of an atomic attack cil of Education, it must be understood -
that it Is merely a recommendation -
in this area. Students are selected
from various activities in the Bolles SchoolAlmost and the decision to give
credit is. left to the individual
Jacksonville area, each attending 1,000 parents, relativesand
for a period of one week. .h ,a4sAr friends gathered to watch 350 school concerned. In addition,
Courses include indoctri some schools allow credit for time
given cadets of Bolles Military Schoolin
nation and training on individual :. w 1 d.xa their annual parade last Sun- attainment by naval personnel of

protective devices and the Radiac : 6 :04'1L" day afternoon at the school's pa.-, a third class. petty officer rating

Instrument (Radio Activity Detection rade grounds.The or higher.So .

Identification and Compu- blue uniformed cadets pass you see, service training. may

tation device). This instrument is ed in review before Capt. Bum- not be wasted training 8M far HA -

more commonly known as a Geiger ham C. McCafftee, commanding furthering your\ formal education
counter by the uninitiated lay. is concerned,
officer of the Naval Air Station,
man. and Major DeWitt Hooker superintendent a a .

STUDENTS: AUK given a tho- of the school. Your formal edinalUu ran be

rough introduction to these In- \ Navy visitors besides Captain continued by utilizing off duty

struments, with attention also on and Mrs. McCaffree, Included time. Most schools allow credit

radio voice procedure, used in relaying .. :,... Capt. and Mis. Leonidas D. for USA Fl correspondence cowses -

the survey team findingsto Coates Mrs. John Counihan Lt. USAFI subject examinations.and .
CHECK RADIATION eltts at ABC Schools locate ;
the central control area. active sources on the mock-up of the Naval Air Station. radio-I Col. and Mrs. Paul Treitel; Comdr. USAFI off duly classes Correspondence
Glancing in on a class in the the Radiac Instrument at left is Richard Watson, AT3. I and Mrs. William Staggs; Comdr. courses on the high
j his recorder is John Harrefl, ADS. Supervising operations are
ground training building the first Butch school or college level taken
and :Mrs. John D. Lcdr.
Ken Kowalski, AOC, and Don Fiche, SN, of the Atomic, Biologicaland ;
thing you will see l is the room-sized Chemical Defense School staff. and Mrs. Ciutis Zane and Lt. and through colleges cooperating with
floor mock-up of the Naval Air Mrs. Sam Brewer. USAFI may be transferred to the

Station, complete with streets, Rules OutlinedFor Weekend Tide Table The ceremony began with a ca- school of your choice. If they
buildings and planted radio active det boatswain piping the Captainand don't Interfere with military du
sources. Jligh' Low Mrs* McCaffiee and their ties, university extension course
Vets Planning. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.
Survey teams composed of a guests aboard the schools boat or on-campus night courses can

monitor and a talker recorder are Fri 758; 8l:19 1:35: 1.57 dock. They were met by Lodr. I be taken from local schools

trained to locate and isolate these Foreign StudyFlorida Sat. 8:45: 009: 224: 2.43: Vaino A. Helimark, supervisor of For further information on how

various sources of radiation, reporting Sun. 9:34: 959: 3:14: 3:30: the Bolles School Naval Department I you may continue jour schoolwork
same to the central con- veterans planning to en- of Irmtiuollon. or obtain credit for ln-6eiv-
I
roll in foreign colleges under the
trol area using grid of the
ice
maps training, contact jour Education
area. With the danger areas pin Korean GI Bill were urged today Girl Scouts Of Troop 18 Officer, NA$ personnel cull
by the Veterans Administrationto
pointed, protective measures caneffectively extension 8556, or visit the Education
make sure they can meet all Spend Week Al Camp
be taken. Ir's-% Center, Building 9ri5: topside
check-list be-
AERIAL five points of a VA ,
FHOTOGHAril read- Nineteen Girl Scouts of NAS .
fore they set sail Jax Troop 18, united with menu .

H. F. Dickensheets, Manager of bers of Jacksonville Troop 27
Credit Union I ANP) Student Cited
the Pass-a-Grille Veterans Admin spent last weekend at Camp

Post istration Regional Office reports Chowenwana, official Girl Scout for MarkmanshipA

Vacated the law permits foreign training Camp, about 12 miles south of the "Recruit of the Week," withA
so long as it is taken in an accredited Naval Air Station. Rosalie Potts of Personnel and
score of 228, while In training at
By WeaverJohn institution of higher Those attending the Virginia Crawford of Contract are
encamp-
Parris Island, Pfc Donald W.
Other forms of GI train-
learning. going to Ft. Lauderdale Friday
ment
were Sandra Davis, Lana
J. Weaver treasurer of
ing are not permitted overseas. Barrett for the State Bowling Tournament Tiippleton, of ANP) School at
the Jax Navy Federal Credit Un- Stephaney Harty, Lyn-
The VA must approve the course ora Smith, Gloria Carter of which they are members. Rosalie NATTCenter, received an honorary .
SallyJo
ion since its organization, has resigned -
. from that office and also the veteran wants to take, the Lyons, Patricia McCurdy, Martha : is also a delegate to the con certificate in the recent quar
school must first accept the veteran vention.
from the Board of Directors. the Fickling, Charlotte Hester, terly rifle marksmanship sponsored *
His resignation, submitted Feb. as a student, veteran Patty Donahue, Maureen Hughes, Joseph Henry QuartermanTruck by Leatherneck Magazine.
must have sufficient language Ann Tubbs, Christine i Hamlin, Driver of Transportation,
10, has been approved by the
Board with grateful appreciationof ability to pursue his course with Marvel Lindsey, Astrid Jacobson, returned Monday after a week's Works Dance April 2 at OrtegA
success, the veteran-trainee must Susan Foley, Barbara John auto-mechanic Pier. chairman Gene
the hours of voluntary Bryant, leave. Ruege, Publicity ,
service many Weaver have enough money of his own Geraldine Tobin and Jean New- Is the proud father of a daughterborn Tumelson, reports there will b.
given by to tide him over until his first GI ton. John Roche mixes and included the
assistant recently snap- goodies
Cecil Acree, formerly
reaches
treasurer, has been appointed as allowance check him and While in camp the girls enjoyedbird per mechanic, is in St. Lukes Hospital price of fifty cents per person.

treasurer, and Jack Plew has been he must be declared. eligible. walks on the Jungle Trail; due to illness. Bart Dock- Tickets wil probably go on sale

named assistant treasurer. nature hikes, outdoor cooking, rell, Housing Manager, has been the middle of March and may M

According to the by-laws of the Stage Show FeaturedAt games, folk dances and handi- ill this week. purchased from any member of
craft. Don't the Public the Recreation Committee.
forget big
Credit Union, the authority to replace use Club FridayA

Board members between annual special professional enter

meetings is granted to the tainment show wil Ibe present- I Seek Talent For Locally Produced Musical Revue I I
Board of Directors. Joe O'Connell, Friday at 2000 at the USO I

president, has announced that the Servicemen's Club, 31 W. Mon "Now hear this"I!! Anyone The first aim is to locate per. and others. I

Board will review candidates for roe St. interested in show business? sonnel who would be interestedIn This is to be a base project.All .

the vacancy left by Weaver's res- Produced by Nat Jerome, Personnel who have an inclin spending some of their time officers, sailor, waves, marine
ignation at the next meeting on Jax manager of theatrical ation ,to sing, dance, act, or in putting together a produce
*, women marines, and dependents
March 8th.O'Connell, stars, the show will have sev- otherwise perform in an enter tion. Needed are dancers, singers .
that eral of his stars present. Marie hands set are invited to attend.
also reported taining manner are requestedto comedians, stage ,
Credit Union assets are increasing Barnnen, accordian virtuoso, congregate at 1900 on March men, layout men, advertisers, If individuals interested: cannot

steadily, and that the loan and ten dancing girls, will fear 11*at the Mainside, lounge. scenery men, chorus girls, light attend the first meeting;

service has been improved due to ture the program. Plans are afoot here to pro. men, orchestra director, musician i- they are asked"to leave their

the decrease of applications on All military personnel are duce a huge musical revue with choral director, make-up, name and telephone.' tot the

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Page Fout. JAX AIR NEWS ,1954

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v VF-174. VF-22, Fasron 6, VF-62, FAW-11, Fasron 109, VF-103. VA-15 Report UF-14 Skipper'Aids



, i c Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons Flight In Log Work BookA On


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>H ; VF114li were transferred. Thomas boon to all naval aviatorshas
---71rirr9I been the redesigning of
rv the
i Planes of VF-174 left the iun- Adams, ADI, reported to J'1
Aviators Flight Log Book used
)aa to
( : ways of Jax Malnside March :1tr ent River, Md.; Ellis Robbins, -. :
accurate and to date
3, to NAS Point Mugu, Calif., and keep up accounts
[ : as the Hell Razors were airlifted I. of each flight made.
Frank P. Kiajewski, ADI!, to NAS
to Leeward Point In the Carib- Instrumental in the
Pensacola, Kla. redesigningof
, bean. the new log book is Comdr.

f Fasron Six f Russel F. Trudeau, who recently
Main objective will be to regain
The welcome mat received a assumed command of the VF-14
the mythical Gunnery crown of
thorough dusting off over the Tophatters. Comdr. Trudeau, for-
the Atlantic Fleethlch) was ur- weekend as ten men reported here merly of DCNOAir in tho Pentagon

rendered to VF-21 and VF-84 last for duty from various ships and is the co-designer of the

August. With all but three of its stations. Just in are: Lacy Mc- book, being in collaboration with

"ftce gunners" still aboard, VF-174 Clanahan, ADC, from VF-62;; JohnE. W. Henry Hill, civilian employeeof

. hopes to win the crown in the Baskeyflcld, ATI, from the DCNOAir.The .

March banner shoot. USS Coral Sea; Roland H. Williams new impro\ design contains -

Upon returning to the United AM2, from VF-11; William i space) for Information not-
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States the Hell Razors will report P. Weilz, AD3, from Utility Squadron )previously included. As an example -

to Cecil Field as ordered by Com- 10, NAS, Guantanamo Bay; I the column for instrument -
t
1'alrJnx last month. Cleavy E. Waters AEAN; William i time is divided into actual

E. Barnes, AEAN, and Lloyd y Y and simulated time, thus git Ing

vr-2-j C. LuKe, AEAN, all from NATTC the pilot an accurate word of

,....-:U recently welcomed three Jar,/ and Salvadore Martiney, instrument time logged.

new members aboard William( ADAA; Francis A. T e xl c..r a r '" Also included in the new log is

H. Spencer, ANC, an instructor ATAN, and Delton D. Johnson, CHECK NEW DATA-Comdr. Russel Trudeail, commanding a column for special crew time,

from NATTCcnter; Robert W. AA, from NATTC Memphis. officer of VF-14,. explains the design of the new Aviators Flight a new category due to the recent

Ball, PR1, also from NATTCenter Such qualities as leadership, Log Book to Lt. (J jg) Randy Moore (left), flight, officer for the advances in aviation when the

and George Casper, AD3, who initiative, and outstanding performance Tophatters.with pilot is neither co-pilot nor dual

came from Patuxent River. of duty, earn EdwardW. a gift by the "Gladiators." FAW-11 22 months. pilot, such as in the F3D type aircraft

"Fair exchange is no lobbery" Muench, PRI, the distinction Three new pilots have reportedto While attending the "New where there are no dual con-

Three former squadron members of the "White Hat of the Week." VF-62 for duty. They are: Lt. Broom" parlay in Norfolk on Feb. trols.

I A native of Belleville, N. J., William Paulsen,. formerly with 24, FAW-11 staff officers held a Now being issued to all pilots

Muench graduated from Belleville jet training at Kingsville Texas; surprise Administrative material for the first time the book is easily

High in '45, enlisting in the Navyin Ensign Robert E. Johnson and En- inspection of VP-56, a FAW-5 recognized by its distinguishing

July of that year. He attended sign Robert nines, both gradu- ,squadron based Norfolk.. blue cover. Quite a bit of time
ANP School here and PRA) (
(
)
y < r ates of Naval Air Training Com, Saturday the staff flew to Trinidad went into designing the book to
School, Lakehurst, N. J. He has
mand. for a week-long stay to givean fit the modern aviator's needs.
.. served tours of duty with VJ-22, material
Administrative and
NAS Norfolk, USS Leyte and at- ate of the University of Tennessee,
}'A W-11 Staff
operational readiness Inspection of
\ I tended PRC) School at Lake- and assigned here from Mainten-
I Lt. D. JIansford Tyler, Jr., Ieg.al Fajsron! 115 and VP-34, squadronsof
hurst in May, 1951. Muench later ance School, Memphis.
officer FAW-11 lost box of FAW-11.
a
F li served with VF-103, NAS Cecil Four enlisted men also repol ted -
Field, and reported to Fasron Six cigars Friday when he becamethe Under the coaching of Ensign : Raymond E. Shafer, AD2;
papa of an 8 lb., 7 oz. boy Russell D. Sawyer, 18 prospectsfor
In January of last year. Marvin A. Halt, AD3; James I.
born Feb. 24 at the Naval Hos
the FAW-11 Softball team
Native Pennsylvanian, WilliamP. Walker, AN, and Donald R. Mc-
Dalley, AOAA, advanced to pital have been chasing and batting Cabe, A03.

I pay-grade E-3 Thursday after Coming: Gene E. Baxley YNSN, balls for three weeks now. The The squadron recently said fare

f If w passing an examination conducted just logged in fresh from sea duty team tangles wj h VA-45 at 1600 wells to three of their former

by the Education Office. aboard the USS Ahtares (AG258)) this afternoon in a practice game. members. Lawrence M. Sullivan,

> */ with Fasron 118. PR2; Clifford E. McCollom, SH2,

( VF-68 Going: Gerald L. King, SA, to "auon; 109 and William D. Stevens, AT3 all

\ The "Gladiators" of VF-62 gathered Newport, R. I, for duty aboard Fasron 109"last week welcomed were recently transferred to oth-
.
last Thursday night for an the USS Wright. lie had been with Ensign Jack T. Wright, a gradu- er duty stations.
"all hands" farewell to skipper *
\. rr., ....
I :...cdI' William W. Kelly, and his tnYnYNx. .yr. Zs VI"10Enl"'l''ns
1
If f wife, Joy. Michael W. Durant, Alfred -

I Lcdr Kelly was relieved last ..., C. Johnson and Robert E.

I LEAVES AFTER 20-Clayton Friday by Comdr. Lewis E. Jen Giles, three pilots from the jet

Overholts, (right) is shown kins. The Kellys were presented training unit at Kingsville, Texas,

i being congratulated by Comdr. .. complete VF-103's quota of offi-
I Harold Weilcr Jr., Fasron Six
commanding officer, upon com- Center Chief Out cers.The
pletion of 20 years service with family welcome mat was
I
I _the Navy. After 22 Years also spread for William J. Hucke,

AE3, and George W. Peltonen,
Announce Fred Harris, AOC, retired last
ChangeIn AM3, from Patuxent River, Md.,
week from the Navy after 22
1. Henery E. Beard, ADI, from NA
of service. .
years
One Stop Of \, TTC, Memphis, and Peter Smart
He was attached to the officerof
J'" :. lowit, AM3: from Pensacola.
the day office at the Naval Air F S
City Bus RouteThe Charles J. Wingfield, A 0 A N,
Technical Training Center here.
",, Richard E. Flynn, Jr., AN, and
City Bus scheduled to leave During World War II he served ','''Ml, ,;.. Clinton II. Milbrant, Jr., SN, re-

the corner of Enterprise and Waspat 14 months aboard the carrier USS ", .',. .'..'. .. ... turned to squadron duty' f"0"1

1105 Monday through Friday Ticonderoga in the Asiatic-Pacific school at Little Creek, Norfolk,

has been changed and rerouted, it. theater. and Grady E. Barnett, ADI, le-
announced this I .
was week.
turned from
NATTC, Memphis.
This bus has been schedulednow COMMAND OF VF-62 *

to leave the corner of York- TO COMDR. JENKINS _'_.____ ____.n__ VA-n

town and Wasp at 1115, in order TEST PILOTS WITH VF-12-Former test pilots at Patuxent The "welcome doors" of VA-15
that employees in the Overhaul During a change of ,command River NATO, Lcdr. Paul Miller Jr. (left) and Lt. (Jg) Wayne
J.
were opened to Lt. (Jg) John
ceremony last Friday 125 "Gladi- Smith, report for duty with Fighter Squadron 12. Lcdr. Miller is
and Repair department taking a the first Navy pilot to fly the'newest craft, the XF31I-1 "Demon". Entrasser, Jr., and Ensign Wil-
half day off would have an op- ators" of VF-62 bade farewell to liam J. Rigney, reporting to VA-

portunity to use this bus. Lcdr. William W. Kelly and welcomed Pair Of Test Pilots Now 15 from Advanced Training Com-

The new route of this bus will mand
aboard new skipper, Comdr. at Corpus Christl, Texas.
be as follows: Proceed from Main The trans-
following men were
Lewis E. Jenkins Flying Banshees With VF12Two
Gate on Yorktown Langley, + ferred from VA-15 during the past

couth on Langley to Enterprise, Lcdr. Kelly left for Washington of the Jet-age test pilots, week. Bernie James, SA to the

east on Enterprise to Wasp northon D. C., for duty in the Judge or have been used for a short time. Naval Supply Depot at Bayonne,
Lcdr. Paul Miller, Jr., and Lt. (jg)
Lodr.: Miller, holds the distinc-
Wasp to Yorktown and weston I Advocate General's office. He as- N. J.; Frederick ,W. Powell, Jr.,
Smith with colorful
Navy
Wayne
Yorktown through the Main I sumed command of VF-62 in 1952. tion of being the first Navy pilot AT3, to NAS Quonset Point, and
test pilot careers, are now flying to fly the XFSIM "Demon".
Gate. A former test pilot, Lcdr. Kelly With Fighter Squadron 12 In the With Fighter Edward E. Atwell, AK1, to NAS
All bus schedules Squadron 12 at
existing was the first Navy pilot to flya Fleet Air Jacksonville command. Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
NAS Cecil Field the two
former
should be corrected in order to reflect -,
remerged
this change in the scheduled Navy jet, the XFD, which" lat Some of the sleek jets the two test pilots will fly F2H-2: Banshees Academy in 1940. His first assign-
as the "Phantom, fore- have flown at Naval Air Test Cen- Lcdr. Miller has
.- 1105 week-day bus. assumed ment was to serve as torpedo of-
.- 4 runner of the now-famous "Ban ter, Patuxent River, Md., haven't duties as Operations officer of VF- ficer aboard the USS William T.

Juge: "Will 'you tell the court shee." even reached the mass production 12 and Lt. (jg) Smith is squadron Porter, DD-579. Then came dutyas

I what passed between you and Comdr. Jenkins reports to VF factory stage. Other planes, suchas Ordnance officer.Tremendous fire control officer aboard the

your wife during the quarrel 62 from NAS. Pensacola where he the F3D Skynlght, F7U Cut- variation has USS Vincennes (CL-64)); gunneryof

Defendant: 'A flat iron, a rolling was 'officer-ln-charge' of the Carrier lass, and F-86 Sabre are beginning marked Lcdr. Miller's service career USS Goodrich, (DD-831). He

, pin, fix plates and tea kettle." Qualification Unit. to reach the Fleet squadron since entering the Naval J won his wings! in 104R.




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I I II I'I I His File No.-:Jives With Bureau No. Of Unit PlaneChances I Two WhitehatTop Marines, i


+
are you'll never see VP-I8, one of FAW-ll's nine been "commissioned" every

a penguin strolling: down Jack squadrons. year. The chance of an officer
SALTY HUMOR FROM 3 sonvllle Beach.A Each Navy plane is "com- belonging: to a naval unit School RollsThe
(FAW-11)) which flya an air-
HERE AND THERE
commissioned naval officer !. missioned" with a bureau number East, West and South were j j
plane bearing the same six-
When Jenkins arrived at the and a naval airplane, both when it rolls off the assembly digit bureau number as his file represented among graduating I
students winning honor man role! !
golf club one Sunday morning wearing the same identification line. Likewise, upon number is a mathematical im
very late, he told a member that number and flying in the graduating from midshipman's probability at three NATTCcnter schools last

I it was really a toss-up whether same unit, likewise Is a once. school, the brand new Ensign LCDR Burton joined the week
i in-a-blue-moon event. is assigned a file number.. Marino: Tfc. George Saunders, ;
he should play golf that morningor staff of FAW-11 in May, 1952.
.. go to church. LCDK. JOHN II. Burton, (Comparably with the enlisted P2V-5 patrol bomber No. of Pittsburgh, graduated high man
officer of ,Fleet Air man's service number.) in a class of 127 at Airman Preparatory ,
, "Is that so? commented his training 124866 "joined" in August 1953. .
J companion. Wing 11, is tagged with the EVER SINCE the Wright lie was credited with downing School. lie finished with .

J "Yeah," replied Jenkins, "and same file No. (124866)) as the brothers flew 'their. first airplane three Japanese planes/ and two an average of 00.47. His next assignment

do you know I had to toss fifteen bureau No. of 'P2V-5, Neptune in ,1903, thousands of airplanes probables during World War is at NAS Pensacola,
tim'csl"! patrol bomber :flown by as well !as Ensigns have II.New where he is undergoing photographic
instructions
S S 'f
Charles Rush Jr., AKAN, a
A Scotsman entered a store, ex-
I plained he had just bought, a Facts Methods Of former student at Southern Col-

horse and wanted to buy a spur lege, won honors at Electrician'sMate

"A single spur?" the clerk ask. Respiration Told School, Class A. He was
ed .in amazement. called from the reserve ranks in

"That's all I need," replied the I In Special FilmsArtificial June 1053. His next assignmentis
Scotsman. "I figure If I can make with VR-1, Patauxent River'

! one side of him go, the other will respiration is a vital Marine Pfc. Cecil Humphrey, of
have to follow." link between life and death. How- Pueblo, Colo., led graduates of

ever, this mechanical means of Aviation Storekeepers School,

"Doc," said the patient( "if restoring life to one who has been with an average of 70.30. Humph

there's anything wrong with me, rendered unable to breathe need rey, who bested a class of f4, Is
don't give me a long scientific not be executed by an expert.A now stationed at MCAS, Cherry
'
I' name_Say it so I can understand simple knowledge of how the Point N. C.'Needs.
I it." human respiratory system func- .

Ii "Very well," agreed the doctor, tions and a general know-how a A Name'

, "you're lazy." does the job.FAETU .

"Thanks doc. Now give me a film library will be hap-
Contest Draws
scientific name so I can tell my py to supply this information witha
'
wife.. film, MN 7484, The Back Pres-
S Fine
sure Arm Lift Method, that will ResponsePersonnel

: The butcher was busy waiting give all the facts, plus many point- have responded to
I on a customer when a woman
I rushed ers the call for a name for the auto
m and said, "Give me a
I of The film also gives basic typesof safety cartoon character drawn
'pound cat food, quickly! '
I Turning to the other customer artificial respiration for an un- ..__on by Marion J. Fulcher, and pub

I she said, "I hope you won't mind conscious person injured from HEAD TOASTMASTERS lished in last weeks Jax: Air
shock, broken bones and nu- Officer Slate News.
! my getting waited on before you" gas Newly elected officers of the
, "Not if you're that hungry" the merous other types of injuries. : "roastma&ters Club gather to The appendages! submitted are

i other woman replied. In this film the back pressure I For Toastmasters; outline new year the Seated program(left to for right the) good, but more are needed, according -
arm lift method is clearly demonstrated are: Lcdr. John Briggs president to the Automotive Safety

Hal: "Do you think the Sena- I Eye Live ProgramThe and Lcdr. Thad Coleman, Board Committee headed by

tor puts enough fire into his For information and scheduling vice-president.to right): Lt. Sam Standing Brewer(secretary left- Comdr, Edward Irons It is requested -
speech?" call 423 or visit the Aviation Sax Navy ToastmastersClub ; Lcdr. Hank French, that additional names for
Cal: "My opinion is he didn't Film Library at FAETU Building will be led during the next deputy governor; Lt. Ray the cartoon character be sent to

put enough of his speech into the 168. year by a new slate of officers Chamberlain, serjeant-at-arms, Comdr. Iron, NAS Infirmary, us
I and Lt. (Jg) Dick Harris, treas-
.
fire!" who have their eyes on an ex- urer. quickly as possible.
I Comdr. Bruneau New panded program goaled at more 0
effective of presenting ideasto before civic and club groups on HERE AUK
The commanding officer was re- ways SOME of the entries -
ceiving a delegation of his men Skipper Of VP.16 the general public. the purposes of the annual char- in the 'lie Needs A Name"compettiion
.
who were complaining about the The infant club, designed to aid ity event.A :
Comdr. Paul J. Bruneau has
food and in particular about the relieved naval officers in public speakingand special occasion will be held "Bangy Bum" was submittedby

bread that was being issued. Lcdr. James R. Bird as parliamentary procedures, the night of March 10, when the Clarence Wynens, Officers'

Soldiers shouldn't let them commanding officer of VP-16. has come a long way since it was Jax Navy Toastmasters will meet Barber Shop; "Siko (psycho)

selves be bothered over such tri- Lcdr Bird has been acting organized last fall. It now has with the Jacksonville Toastmasters Hotrat" by CHGUN E. T. Flcm-
fles," he admonished. "Why, I'll commanding officer of the patrol its own charter, granted by ming, NATTCcnter; while Don-
wager that if Napoleon had had squadron since Jan. 1954 He will Toastmasters International. Club. ald P. Traer, Supply and Fiscal,

that bread when he was in Rus- report to the Armed Forces Spe- Led by Lcdr John L. Briggs, The officers leading the Jax came up with three suggestions:

sia, he'd have eaten it with gusto cial Weapons Project in Albuqueque newly elected to the office of Navy Club for the next year are, Damn( ) Maniac, J Dastardly Driver -

." N. M.Comdr. president and Lcdr. Thad Cole- besides Brigs and Coleman, Lcdr. or Joe Flubbadub.

'No doubt, sir," said one of the Bruneau reported to VP- man, vice-president, the 30 or so Hank French, deputy governor; John E. Bryan, SN, NARTU,
men, "it was still fairly fresh 16 from the 'Armed Forces Staff members will get a good work- Lt. Sam Brewer, secretary; Lt. likes the morbid type with

then." College, Norfolk, Va. out in public speaking during the Ray Chamberlain, sergeant-at- "Ifearsecomc"; F. Mcndcll of

I pre-Navy Carnival weeks when arms and Lt. (jg) Dick Harris, Shop Stores combines Dizzy and

many will be called on to speak I treasurer. Dopey and comes up with "Doz-
I. Dogs Howl As They Queue zcy* 'as his entry.
I IA S

: For Hypo-Needle Parade ( r T/SGT. L. E. COOK M/Sgt. E.:

L. Westbcriy, S/Sgt. D. E. Sulli-
_
dog is no fonder of the I van, Sgt. J. R. Crutchfield
, I Pekes, spaniels, coach' dogs and Sgt.
hypo needle than his Human I Just plain "mutts",. leashed and M. F. Murphy, Cpl. B. L. Arnett, .
, friends, it was learned here generally innocent of what was to 9 and Pfc. W. E. Smith submit

I last week. happen to them were coaxed or ( "Swabby" as their entry. Any
t Although none fainted duringthe
y dragged to the table by their own- double meaning?
operation, canine pets of about ; S ;
I era II. F. Alters HMC PUMII01
,
50 Navy families put in a rough .
recommends "Horas" for
the
session last'Thursday when they
lined up at NAS Jax at a clinic ACCOKD1NG to Dr. Young, '' character, while C. F. Forbis,
for compulsory rabies shots. there have been four cases of rabies HMC likes "Mortimer (GoofBall

The shots were administered by found among Duval County'sdog s ) Schnook." Frank J. Mos-

I, Dr. George M. Young, an animal population so far this year chclla]] AD3, NARTU, can clear
I hospital operator, through arrangements besides additional cases found in things up with "Mr. Messup;"

made by the Security wild animals such as squirrels,and Lillie Claud of Supply and Fis-
'coon. The state, unlike the Navy
Department of the Station for the cal, suggests "Youpityme" with
benefit of Navy dog owners. decrees no arbitrary "deadline"for this jingle: "Youpityme, I'm a
inoculation; but the annual rabies V .
jerk, my mind I never work car
ALL IXMJS owned by persons shot is' required for all dogs and gps arc all I need, at others'
living on military reservations are before they can be licensed. Everydog' peril I make speed." Lcdr. A T.

required to be inoculated against on and being receives inoculated a brass'is regis-tag _,._ ,.'._,' ______w n_ _____.._...mm.m_ McCarley, MSC, has gone to Web-
rabies, as well as by Florida law tered ster's (unabridged) and derived
for his collar. "EASY, NOW1"-Mary! Joan lIarty daughter of Comdr and "
"Rolin
which states that all dogs of six apprehensively Mayhem.
her
1\Irs. Harry Harty watches as pet whippet .
which
months or older must be inoculated The Security department, BUtzen Is lifted onto the operating table. Dr George Young whose 4 >
for rabies once' every 12 expressed satisfaction with the hand can barely be seen at lower left relieved Mary Joan's The men in the nudist colony
months. response to the project, stated fears in short order as he applied the needle by which the dog were giving the new entrant a bit
set that the plan for on-the-station was immunized along with 50 other Navy canines, against rabies more than a glance. One of them
The operatingtable was up for one year. The rabies shots were given to all dogs on the station -''
exclaimed "Man I'll bet' :ho
be ?
:
repeated '
out doors at the corner of Mustin inoculations will probably and Dewey Park, in compliance with Florida law which directs "
Road and Saratoga Avenue. in successive yearn. ', the shot be (Inn on an annual basis' looks good in a sweater


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4 iib1ri SWhe iveapaano ,
cwt
Vie For HAS
,: \ Bolstered ByAce he psirer


t :. Veteran open 1M Keg CrownRegular

pQ k I season' play on the
.t : Last year' Sixth Naval District I; Mainside intramural bowling front

half-mile titlist, Larry White came to a finish last week with

l' will be back for another crack at Personnel holding i the NationalLeague

. -- --_ the crown as a result of receiving 1r. crown and VP-18 the American -
, TAD orders from Cecil Field- circuit bunting. The two
ri ; f based VA-15 to NATTCenter Special -
Rods andNfimrods r--- champions fought it out this week

Service M ), for the Mainside title results of
k An outstanding high school ath- sps which were not available at press
t'
s lete in Lakewood, N. J., White time.A.

won the District half-mile title surprising Personnel team,
,
(This ,is the first i.. a fleW 36. last year with a time of 2:03.0: paced by Comdr. Wiliam Staggft.I ,

tees of outdoor columns devotedto and sports a :50.7 clocking in the Al I Schoellhammer and P. J. Hall

tie runny thousands of }nl"'. x 410-yard dash. raked league competition for a

crop ntirf fishing enthtttwstt Not only the cinders bold his healthy and seldom equalled 31-5:

aboard the air station or att r attention, for he WM a first- mark' ,

Va .chtd to neighboring facllitits.) :!:: :': .P Y yI string halfback OH the IMt Jax '-1'-18 had a much harder '

An effort will be made to feature ,::. '.1': I,... ylf Navy football squad. '. .,fit.w. At time copping the American loop

!e in this space tips as to where ,:.:.11:".,:. Following that Mason White ,ti.:: e, r I flag, waiting until all firing had

I and when the fish are biting beat, "l V{ was ordered,to duty on the USS died on the final night of play

l or where the best spot is for bagging Randolph. He was transferred to before bring !urnd of the" title

: that duck, coon or hare. VA-15, his present permanent duty and the chance to oppose Personnel

:{: station, in January of this year. for the right to fare the

} In (tale Initial column: are state """; il'.F.'!. .1" ..,',......, After graduating from Lakewood NATTCenter title holder for

l fishing regulations for fresh water i;:: '::1q,;": ;>, High School, the New Jer station honor.

.l fishing and general information r '. r sey lad spent a year at Oakland NATIONAL MCAilK( :

t helpful to all potential ang '. .". Prep, then enrolled at George Personnel Team ...,. W.:n J,5. JVi..&1"YNo2'

lers. .. .... I ,,, 26 30 .722
------ Washington University, Washing. VF-62, : ...:' 21 11 .firs
!it\ Cost of license: SHARP SPIKES Larry I ton, D. C.White WAVE MARKSMAN-Wilma Operations! .... 17 15: ,531CvmFalr.lsx
..
,
f Series A Residence, State White, of NATTOnter Special was at GW only a semester Ellenburger, of NATTCenter, Prey Medicine 16 19 171ft ,5ii.KM))
200. Services, is one of the return. is a member of the Jax ,Navy Iloipltnl l No. 2. 13 15! -t6-1
,I Series B -.- Non-Reeldent, State Ing veterans from last year's before enlisting in the Navy, rifle team..The versatile Wave ."Ab. U Service' II 8 19 20 .321>W

Jax Nary track and field team.A long enough, however, for him to is shown practicing for the Special V-l .. .... .... 0 :28 .000,2
I --$10.00.Scries quarter and half-mller, he shine as a standout on the frosh coming Sixth Naval District
C .- Non-Resident 14 will compete in the Florida Relays -team. meet with hopes of copping a AMERICAN: 1.I:AIUY
r Day .continuous Fishing: $3.25. at Gainesville March 27. grM ? title in the championship. tour Tram "'. J. .rti.
VP 1N 29 .7251lloipilal
a a a ; No.: 1.:: 29 U :,715)Fasron .
A license is required to take SIB .... 26! 11 ..700l'"asron
Diamond Opener Slated ney.Waves 100 ..... 21 i H .r..J4)
fresh water fish A license/!' is not Enter Vlo'-62 No.1.... :l5 15 .62\:
VC-62 ......... 19 .s. ..4H7VP16
required.of residents to fish non. .........15: 21 .41T
commercially with three pole in Jo'AW-l1 ......., H 2Ii ,20:
State CageTournament VF-17 ...,.,.. H 26 ,355(2: (
county of legal residence.A March 12 Against FSUPointing VW-4 ......... 12 2R ,30)VF22
......... 0 40 ( ()
license is required to fish max

outside your county regardless of to the season inaugural -

method tised.! A license is not required with Florida State University, and Class B Salisbury, Md., while Led by its trio of high scoringstarsPat Luttrell Shines At

.> for salt water fishing.Day's March 12, the Jax Navy Baseball Zaccaria, a Red Sox farmhand, Senators' CampOne
and Gent Gorsky and
I'" bag limit 25, not more squad breezed through another cavorted for the Bennington Generals -
of' Wise the NATTCenter of the hopefuls displaying
the Class B Northern Polly -
than eight to be black bass week of intensive drills.A ,
form at the
j good Washington
League. "Zacc", in addition, pitched Waves' basketball team was to
I f (Questions' coHcernlnff hunt* Saturday Intra-squad game Senators' training camp in
I ftlq and, fishing will l le answered I Ij highlighted last week's prepara- two seasons with the NAAS_ make a bid for the Florida State Orlando is former Jan Navy

j I>.V writing to "Rods and Ni'l'i tions with Jax Navy coaches Chincoteague nine .AAU Championships in a three- shortstop Lucky Luttrell whose

i rods". rare of Jar Air Netcs. Frank McCaffrey, "Hoagy" Car- AMONG THE more promising day tournament opening at the boon ing.bat has caused coaches -

1\ michael and Bill Rice getting a infield hopefuls are shortstop Jackson High gym tonight. to take a second look at the

I Center Keg League long-awaited look at many of the "Whitey" Beasley and third base The Waves, third-place finishers fleet-footed infielder,
man Ralph Nielsen, both former in the Women's City Leagueand
under fire.
hopefuls
Leading hitter of the-1963
; Led By ANP( ) Five Batters have been getting a long Pensacola Navy infielders. unbeaten in outside competition Flier nine, Luttrell stroked a

h After taking the first point, look-see at such pitching hopefulsas Holding down the bulk of the have scored a total of 837 hefty ,333 batting mark for 80

t.! MAD fell before a rally by Aviation Frank Jankunis, Sal Tassone, catching chores so far has been points in 20 games. games. He led in three other

: Electrician's Mate School In Anthony Zaccaria, Merle Gunnet, G. R. Green and Alex Gall, both Pat Gorsky, team's 1 leading I departments, runs scored, stolen

,I the NATTCenter bowling leaguer Maurice Beck and George Black- possessing a potent bat in addition scorer with" 263 points and a per- bases' and base-on-balls.

to backstop savvy. Green of of 14.6, set a new
and dropped three points.As stock. game average Lucky, who cavorted for Orlando
a result of the Marines defeat JANKUMS, a southpaw, blasts boasts three seasons of semi-pro league record last week in tally- of the Florida State

I, and Airman Preparatory semi-pro experience with the Phoenix competition, while the lanky Gall ing 40 markers in one contest. League before donning Navy
Homebuilders held down backstopping choresat Twin sister, Gerri, has totaled
and
School's victory I over NAVYS Durango, is the one
garb only excepting
I School the Students went into Calif. Chieftains. Right-handers Key West Navy for one season. 221 points while Polly Wise has much-traveled Outfielder Dick
Dally' drills are being continued netted 169.Scoring .
first place Tassone Beck and Blackstock also Wakefield who has knockedthe

Tiny Wllhorn of ANP) School have some semi-pro firing un- with the emphasis on all phases table: ball over the fence at the

still tops Individual bowlers with der their belts.Tassone ; of play, hitting, fielding, pitching :Name Ffi 1 T TP Senators' spring training base
mark of 173. I and all-round hustle. The starting P. Corkgy ....,...Ita 57 263
A with the New Rochelle C. Gorsky........151 41 221 this season. So far that's more
League standings: team for the season's opener is Wise .............. 74 21 169
Blue holds enviable distinction than last team
Sox an still undecided, with head coach Webb ...........16 ft .17 anyone on year's
.
PU.ANIP of striking out 19 men in Larson .......... 10 4 2417eLalergne roster has been able to do.
( ) School :2J: McCaffrey preferring to ,wait another ....... :2 8 12
MAD ......... 22 one contest. Beck and Blackstock Carroll ............ :3 14 20
I AIC, School .... 17 week to'get another look at Hahn .............. I a 2 :2
AO School ...... 12 tossed for various Florida semi- each candidate Wrlfiht ............ ((1 0 0
News School. 11TraKuc .... ..
11 pro nines. Kacala .. .. .0 1 1 NavyMarineGrapplers
: .
Gunnet and Zaccaria, a pair of

Botas Wins In promising right-handers possess In

minor league experience Gunnet

Eastern Gloves with Class D Portsmouth, Ohio,
Marcus Dot a 5, 119-pound 16-12 VictoryIn

I Marine from the Jax Navy-
REAR RANK
the stiffest competition so
: Marine ring squad advanced
-/1'
far this season, Coach Ron. Turnquist's -
1 I
into further competition in the AL
I Jax Navy-Marine wrest-
Eastern Golden Gloves Championships
-
}I lers last weekend downed an array -
at Rid i g e woo d .
of ex-college and AAU star
Groves in Brooklyn Monday
i night. from Pensacola Navy, 16-12, in a
dual meet at Pensacola.
; Botas defeated Rcynaldo
Impressive victories by Clarence
i Burges-Gonnalez of Key Westto .Y
Thompson at 123 pounds, and by
move into the quarter-final
,.. ". Larry Sersion 130 pounds, netted
round. Burges-Gonnalez was
i f ten points for Jax and startedoff
for the Puerto
runner-up
the victory parade.
Rican 118-pound championship -
Other shutout victories were
in 1953.
scored by Jim Conn ANP)
Only other result receivedon
School, Marine, Hawley Brooks in
a Jacksonville contingent the 175-pound class and John

boxer was an unpopular, split _. .. .. ....... .. :Mahramas
-- -- -- ----- -- ----------- "- -- -- in the 177-pound weight
decision for Edward Smith of
ri i GUILLOTINE HOLD-Under the direction of coach Ron Turn. bracket
Buffalo over Jax Navy's Roy( qn'ist, two lax: Mazy-Marine wrestlers, practice holds at the Coach Turnquist'a grapplers
Jefferson in the heavyweight NATTC gym Here Larry Sersion, a Marine from AE School i
class "Dear Alias Murphy: In reference clamps a guillotine hold on John Mahramas, airman from NAS. have now won three straight dual

to :your 'Dear John' letter t Both men helped the loeal.squad decision Pensarola last Saturday; meets.

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4 March ,1954 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven ;



"rip-Off Slated Monday In Sixth NO Cag Tourney !





Fliers LendCautious Strong Field Ready For 1:



Eye District Hardwood OpenerTwo i


To Title MeetThe ( ; more entries have been received for the Sixth Naval I

District Basketball Tournament beginning Monday at Main- I
basketball
Jax Navy squad,
side gym to boost the field, to five teams. I
niUch sounder now than when it!
breezed to nine out of ten mid. Memphis Navy and Green Cove 1
V 11 WV cola Navy, Key West Navy and 1
season victories, heads into the Ii kW Springs, each boasting i power-:
Sixth Naval District Championship packed rosters, J join I already-en Charleston MinLant. 1 1

well aware that it l ie.n't out tered Naval'Hospital, Memphis, Last minute plans J ate being

of the woods yet. Naval Hospital, Beaufort, S. C. worked out by tournament duct-
and host Jax Navy. '
The Fliers will 'have to pull out tor Lcdr. Richard V Donahue and ..
Memphis Navy,',-runner-up In
nil the stops during tourney playto '
1 U Frank R. McCaffrey, coordinatorof
1IJ last year's tourney will be one of
come out on top of the pack. 3 i tourney play. The meet will
the taller teams in the meet witha
Coach Frank McCaffrey has be held on a double elimination '
pair of centers 11'eraglng,6while ,
been repeating the fact to his ?'! 1x basis as is the rule in District
average height at the forward -
charges that they can afford no r competition. .
J y positions is 6-4.
complacent attitude toward this Bullet. Wrong Pairings and starting times are
one. Intense drills have been card expected to be announced prior (is
Bullets
The Green Cove are
ed for this week to iron out any game time Monday.
more familiar to Jane Navy fans,
possible late-season kinks. l
READY FOR 6TII ND PLAY-Sporting- lofty 21-8 record, the having shown here several timesin
Beat Marines 118-78 I 1954 Jar: Navy Fliers closed their regular season play and now past seasons. In their last appearance Varsity Linkstcrs
The local regular season cam have their eyes on the Sixth Naval District tournament beginningat at Mainside gym, the
paigning came-to a halt Tuesday Mainside Gym Monday. Squad members are, front row, (left to Register 3 Wins j
right Don Scott, Dave Hildreth Jim Roberts, Junior Cassell and Bullets dropped a hard-fought
night in a skirmish with the Camp Al Vlsnius. Hack row, Dick Tate, Rob Grabaz, Vince Zoda Red game to the Fliers. With three victories already
Gordon Ramblers, following a I Rogers/ and Buddy Layne. Absent are coach Frank McCaffrey: and Boasting such cage Stalwarts as under it's belt, the Jax Navy

Monday tilt with the PMGC quintet -Bob- Balchunas.- - center Kenny Moore 6-4 court varsity golf team looks to to

at the Georgia camp. Results I wizard; Carmine i DellaJacono morrow's match against Cecil

of these contests were not available Moinside Hardwood I pint sited playmaking: forward; Field with an optimistic eye.

at press time Willie Robertson, sharp shooting The contest gets underway at

The Fliers provided an auspicious i i I guard; and forward Rudy Dragis-' 1300 at the station greensward.

( flavor to the final home : ics, team captain, the Green Cove In earlier matches the Blue
game of the regular season in Title Copped By VP.18 entry could well be the dal k-hol'liIt" and Gold swingers drubbed

trouncing an out-classed but determined -I I entry." Patrick AFB at Cocoa, 27 i-
Jacksonville Marines I It had all the aspects) of a Dodgers-Giants do-ur-clie bat- Double Humiliation I 8!! with Bob Wallace leadingthe

five, 118-78, Thursday night. tle, this title game between Fasron Six and \T-18 for the I It is hoped an eight-team field way with a low gross 71.

For the second consecutive year, Mainside championship. Spectator excitement and player} will compete in the title play with In a return meet Jax Navy _
Jax Navy ended its hoop campaignon interest was at a high pitch as the two clubs took the floor I late entries I expected to come trounced Patrick, 35-1, on the

a par with Its opener by tip- with the tension held throughout the entire game. As the ': from defending" champion Pensa- home links with Wallace
ping the century mal k. The 118 final buzzer sounded, the Patrolmen of VP-18 had come out again the big gun with n 72

points rolled up in the Filet s' latest on top, 88-77 Then the crowd noise slowly died down, and I low gross.

win was a mere eight points another :Mainside intramural cage campaign. came to a close., :jVolleyballers Vie Jax Navy also defeated Cecil
----- ----- --- -- Field 284-64! in
away from the all-time record re- I Each club played heads-lip ball a recent

gi: teied this season against San. during the entire 40 minutes of SPORTS FROMYESTERYEAR :In State TourneyThe match at the loser's course,

fords VC-9. playing time, although an overabundance I Jax Navy varsity volleyballteam as Comdr. Frank Ilcyer and
of fouls committed Bill Scarbrough came up with
(iruba Net 29 was continued on the upward
In the late stages. It was any I transferof uncanny rounds of 67 and 69,
It was six points over the Mtoieracked path last week despite
TODAYThe
TEN SEARS A up in the '53-'M: opener body's ball game through the initial certain key personnel and insufficient
I fast playing of Jax
eager
half, until the eventual winners Navy varsity golfers -
competition.In
with Sanford VJ-62. Last the practice
year \ out decisionover I
'FflquE't'zed a will
I from compete in the San
Fliers recorded a' 103-67 opening started pulling away a hard working VPB-2 No. a recent contest at the Jose Invitational Tourneystarting
night win ever Patrick Air Force the defending champion Bansh'es.VP18 NATTCenter the varsity
gym
I 2 quintet to take the Commandant's March
at the! San
Hal Kuhn, led
Base and closed paced by best-oMhree tus-
campaigning Cup Basketball Cham- ppikera" swept a Jose site. Scarbrough is de-
with a 104-61 victory over Charle- after each period, 27-19, 48-42 and pionship. sle from Sanf oid-based VC-9, 15-6: ,
fending
champion.
Mon RecSta. 74-61. Kuhn ended his night'swork 15-9 and 15.1.Volleyballers. j
with a lofty 33 point total, The first golf tourney ju NAS are working out -
Sparked by Bob Grabaz's dazzling history was, scheduled' to get
Ken
sets and the board work of while Herb Henderson and underway on the station links. daily In preparation for the Florida Large Response
Bluemner finished with 16 points.
Red Rogers and Vince Zoda, the FIVE YEARS AGO TODAY State Championship Tournament -
Kuhn Deadly I :March 6, at St. Petersburg
Fliers quickly took control of
I The fistic abilities of the Co- Given To-Ideal
Thursday's tiff with the Marines. Fasron Six was paced In the co-Solo ringmen was well ex- The following week, the spikers
Recent scoring column by forward Frank travel to Memphis, Tenn., for the
high scoring by the hibited here as hey took five
Shytles with 23 markers, and Bill Mid-South Invitational Taurney.
has GolfingWeather
ers them
provided with a FU-1 of eight bouts from Jax Navy.
...i89 points mark Bailey with 18. Contributing a There are openings on the squadat
per game
NAS varsity cagers closed out
into tournament fine floor game were John Wagner the present time and all Inter- Some of the finest golfing
carry (competi
I a great season by trimming
tion.AirLaniKeglers. and Billye McBride. ested personnel are invited to try weather of the year found a host
I VP-18's big two of Kuhn and the 75-21.Key West hardwooders, out any day next week at 1100in of links enthusiasts on the station

Jim Robinson displayed a convinc- the NATTCenter gym. course last week-end. Pro Jack
I Harvey reports a total of 375
I ing performance. Wary of Kuhn's ,
Inside fakes and shots, the Banshee toured the picturesque greens .

Finish SecondIn I defenders gave him a bit of and fairways. Some entered in
room outside. And Kuhn was plain tourney play but the majority

,Fleet deadly from anywhere. Whenever simply out for relaxation.
TourneyTwo defenses were tightened on him, w Play in the Annual Four-Ball

"strike-happy" Fleet Air the player-coach used cunning to Tourney continued with favorite

Jacksonville bowlers returned drive In for layups. tandems advancing into further

from NAS Norfolk last week witha Robfnson took over the setting competition. In a highlight match,

pair of trophies symbolizing up and passing game, holding his Harry Webb and Robert Hamilton .
victory in AirLant competition' point-producing to 12. defeated J. E. Westmoreland

and runner-up honors in the"' j"t- Meet AE School : and Ed Korbe, 2 and 1 1.

lantic Fleet Tournament.The Kuhn, Robinson and reserve 4tA In one of the most decisive -
_
triumphant keglers were guard Spencer MacDonald, three decisions of the day, the tram
John S. Brkich PN3 of FAU keys to VP-18's tremendous success l. of Adm. Osborne B. Hardison"and

ComFairJax and Carl R. Edolo l' on the hardwood, played together Bill Barrow overpowered Leo

ATAN of VP-18. I or against each other durIng Phillips and Vin Mangandino, 4

Of the seven-man squad representing high school and college days. and 3.Nine.

: Fleet Air Jax in'the Air. Kuhn wore the colon of Pine men tied for first place '

Lant tourney only Brkich and Hill High School in Buffalo, N. Y., with 74 in Saturday's' Blind Bogey .

Kdolo were able to qualify for the and the U of Buffalo; Robinson competition, with the event

ComAiiLant team and thus become attended Buffalo Kenmore High ual winners being Capt. David

eligible to compete in the and Hamilton College, while i s McCampbell, John Schultz and
Atlantic Fleet contest. "Mac" matriculated at Ashmore Dan Courley. Low gross wa

Along with four' sailors from Central High of Buffalo and Buck- ....t snared by Bob Wallace with an
ComAirLant. and another from nell and Buffalo Universities. even par 72.
BACKBOARD BATTLE-Action is always fast and furious
ComFaiiQuonset' they formed the VP-18 now goes against AE when Mainside intramural basketball trams get together especially In Sunday's Blind Bogey, hOn.
AfiLant seven which copped a second School NATTCenter title-bearers, when a league championship rests on the outcome. Hospital ors were taken by Dr. Law.
place in Atlantic Fleet com for the station championship. Final forward Lynn Campbell (12) attempts to wrest the ball from an rence Nagel, 93-18-75, Phil
unidentified VP-18 player during second-period action in the recent -
petition. ComDefLant won -the Atlantic details had not been worked VP-18-IIospital fray. The Patrolmen won the contest and the Flynn. 87-12-75 and Bill Sum-
Fleet crown. out at press time. league tide 71-54. mitt, 79-1-75S.

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:
ii' : ,+-" were told by Capt. David Me-
FOR SALE
A Campbell, commanding officer -of
: 2 bdrm. home. Furn. or w furn. '
the Center, that "The Navy appreciates
5255 Camllle Ave Ph. 88-9787
the interest you have al

Mr. Fenner. wys.shown!, In the activities! here!
2 bdrm. furn. home. $1200 equity
We have a sincere desire to keep
,2938 -Wickwire St. Ph. 2-9402, informed of -
you our progress.
\\f I W. E. Hill.C.rm. .
\ The day's visit was climaxed with

furn. cottage. $300 cash or a tour of the Naval Air Mobile

, terms. G. Schultz Air Base Training Detachment, which

f Trailer Park, Ph. 2-5410., :serves to bring technical phasesof

0. bdrm. masonry home, Ph. 88- ,training on the newest, equip

: 0126, N. R. Sevier. 4417 Water- ment to the' men of the squadronsof

oak Lane, Ortega Forest Commander Fleet Air Jackson-

.6 rm. home. 5535 Salerno, Rd. ph. ville.

2-8396, Comdr. Bacon .
e,4'i
'3 bdrm. brick hom 2320 Cedar
Sixth Annual 1
.. Shore Circle. Ph. 87-1087,, Mr. Boys

Jurkonls. kao. (Continued from Pace 1))

2 bdrm. home in Lakeshore Ter. son Is Frank McCaffrey.

: 5217 Marlene Ave. Ph.. 85078. The policy of picking up young

2 bdrm. house for sale. Ph. 44766. sters at specified points for trans-

Mis.' W. H. Burns, 135 E. 3rd CITED FOR SAFETY RECORD-Certificates denoting five consecutive years of Accident-free portation to NAS will remain un
Street. supervision, ,were presented to 21 Naval Air Station civilian supervisors in ceremonies last Fridayby changed. Pickups will be made
Capt; Kurnham C. McCaffree, commanding officer of NAS. Shown receiving the awards are
18 ft. trailer coach, $600. Ph. 2- (left:to right) Ronald Butcher, English Hilton, Donald Whitner, Captain McCaffree, and William for Beach and Southside lads at
3226, C. Uarrin ton. Williams. Southside Playground, Hendricks'and

5 rm. brick home. 2902 Havard. ------ LaSalle; in Springfield, at
Five Years Without Loss-Time Accident
Ave. Ph. 98-7173, J. L. Carroll. Brentwood and Liberty Play

2 bdrm. house 4203 Highway Ave. grounds.
Certificates Pickup point in the Riversidearea
21 Given
Ph 2-4221, A. Basso Supervisors will' be at Riverside Playground -
3 bdrm. house. 5121 Attleb Ave.
Park and Gilmore street.
Ph. 86715. Mrs. Binder For Employees' Safety RecordsTwentyone
City buses will stop enroute to
S bdrm. home. 5074 Columbus Ave
Naval Air Station civilian! supervisors were honoredIn the station to pick up membersat
Ph. 8-5637, or ext. 429 Chet.
Gordon. A near' capacity crowd of chief ceremonies last Friday for having completed five consecutive yearsof San Juan and at Timuquana.

petty officers at the general as- supervision without a lost-time accident being incurred by any offtiitMtrdinates. The Jacksonville Coach Com

FOR KENT sembly meeting last Tuesday saw their _,____________.. pany will follow the same procedure -
Vurn. small cottage over the river. the changing of club presidentswith Certificates provided by the Bureau as has: been customary in
4055 San Juan Ave. Ph. 22424. "cards
; the election of Chief William of Aeronautics, and signedby honoring all membership
2 rm. furn. apt. Ph. 2-4275, Mrs. each Saturday from 0600 to 1400.
Powell of NATTC. Chief
Rear Adm. A. Soucek, Chief
r Graves. .
Vernon N. Scott relinquished the +
3 rim. furn. apt., 925 Rosselle. Ph. of BuAer, .were presented to the

8-2655, R. H. Rhodes. reins. award winners'by'Capt. BurnhamC. East Coast
Another change in club management
.' McCaffree, NAS commanding
2 bdrm. furn. apt. Ph. 2-0291Mrs.
was noted with the replacement (Continued from Page 1))
Hanks.. officer, who had also countersigned -
of Chief Bill Williams, NAS, trio connectors in new production
3 rm. furn. apt., 112 12. AshleySt. by Chief R. A. Couk as the Naval the certificates models, fleet 1 aircraft built priorto
.
Ph. 4-5676, Mis. Stradtman. Air Station's representative on the this time remain to be so treated. -

2 rm. furn. apt., $50. 2590 Riverside Board of Governors. Chief Vic Captain MrCaffren expressedhis The BuAer Electronic Mate-
Ave. Ph. 2-0736 Mrs. Bass. 'pleasure in being able to pre-
,
Adams was continued in office rial manual now specifies the pot-
3 rm. and bath. 4520: Marquette sent the certificates to so many of
for another term., ting of connectors located in the
Ave. Ph. 6-9907, C. J. Aklnan. CHIEF Powell has been closely the individuals who had contrib- v wheel wells, wing fold and cock-

3 rm. furn. cottage, opposite NAS, associated with the, weekly bingo uted to the fine s.afcty record of pit deck areas. Connectors connected -

I *30. G. Schultz; Ph. 25410. session at the-club. .Chief Scott this station, which had resultedIn to or used to interconnect

2 bdrm. home, Ortega. 4317 Longfellow had been the sparkplug behind the : national recognition and awards equipment or circuits essential to

Ph. 2-7405, Mrs Buppert. renovating of the galley and policyof for Industrial Accident Prevention flight or basic navigation slso are

3 rm. apt., kitch. equip., $60. 4530 employing a civilian chef. for 1951 and 1952. to be potted.

( Marquette. Ph. 8-4956, Mrs. The }long awaited completion of The commanding officer then { '* *

Maupei. the barbecue pit has been solvedby introduced Charles D. Able, safe- The 0 & It cable shop demon-

Turn. 3 rim apt., Mrs. Doonan. the employment of a civilian ty superintendent of the Naval strated the proper procedure for
Ph. 2-7323. builder. Air Station Able, formerly safe- v
cleaning and potting new or used
ty engineer here for one and a
2 furn. apts., $35, $30. Ph. 7-4738, WING for the honors of beingthe connectors for conference repre-
:Mrs. George, 2511 Forbes. "mostest with the bestest" half years, returned in Februaryfrom I ,, sentatives. Connectors located on

5 rm. furn. apt., $80. Ph. 87-1808, eating place on the base, Chief the Naval Supply Depot, an F2H-2 aircraft were also disassembled -
Bayonne, N. J., where he was
George Merritt, aided and abettedby
Mrs. Gulledge. 3606 Herschel cleaned and properly
6 rm. furn. apt? Conv. to NAS. Chef Dean have just about serving as safety superintendent. potted.In .

( 2636 :Myra St. Ph. 7-8516, Mrs. gained I distinction. More and attendance were 0 & R rep-

t W. ii:. Cowart. more people are utilizing the clubs Recipients of the certificates, resentatives from the Bureau,

2 apts. furn. 2 bdrm. $65, 1 bdrm. restaurant with its large and wallet cards and lapel pins were: i. r NAS Norfolk, MCAS CherryPoint
moderately priced selections, with Donald Butcher, Public Works department ,
NAS Pensacola
$55. 4459 Collins Rd. Ph. 112- ? r NAS Corpus
the daily lunchtime special slightly ; English N. Hilton, Don- A fa
Christi NAS Lakehurst Corn-
8-4551, Orange Park, C. T. Abbott ,
with the full ald B. Whitner, and William C.
leading course Air La nt, and NAS Quonset Point.
prime ribs dinner a close second. Williams, Supply Fiscal department .
S bdrm. house, 5114 Headley St.
Chief Bob Jory, club treasurer : ; and Robert L. Brown, Eu-
$75. Ph. 2-0894, B. C. Collins AIRMAN SCHOOL
announced this week that a large gene S. Collins, Dominic ,Commisso -
Private double room in private
I turnout is anticipated for the gala Robert R. Creech, Malcolm C. CHIEF TRANSFERS
home. Ph. 4-0396 :Mrs. Bates.
,
Saint Patrick's 'Day dance March Hearn, George E. Horn, Jr., Fred After three years service an
3 rm. furn. apt, $80. 2601 Park 20. B Loughry, Theodore P. Meixell, leading chief of Airman Prepara-

t St. Ph. 8-2770, Mrs. Houston. 4 > James E. Morton, Alva R. Nichols, tory School at NATTCenter, R. M.

i 2 furn. apts., 2 rms. each. 2604 Judge: "Your wife claims that John F. Onstott, Jr., Joseph E. Francis, AMC, was detached'from

Post St., Mrs. Bray you haven't spoken to her in five Reilly, Lester Stanton, Mathias P. DOUBLE TREAT-Lucy Mc-\ duty last week and will report to

4. rm. furn. apt., 3659 Riverside years. Have you any explanatIons Stephanz, Jimmie L. Young, Ed- Aleer, Warner Bros. actress, Attack Squadron 45, at NAS Jax.

Ave., $70. Mrs. O. B. Burrows. ?" win H.: Garrison, and Norris W. looks good in this double expo- Chief Francis earned battle

5 rm. and bath: 6420 Lakeshore. Defendant: 'I didn't dare itner- Runkles of the Overhaul and Re- sure. She Is making her screen stars in both World War II and

Ph. 87-1477, Mrs. Summer. rupt her. pair department debut in 'A Star Is Born. the Korean campaign.
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m
2 bdrm. furn. house. 1850 CottageAve.

., Hyde Park Ph. 2-5729, '

1 }.{r, Locke.MISCELLANEOUS I National Sports Car Races Set At Hunter AFB March 141\ I


Riders wanted to Pittsburgh, Pa.
If there's a very noticeable increase they are the same as those that ways, taxi-ways and parking i F-84 fighter-bomber of Korean
D. G. Grow, Hospital Linen Rm.
in sports car traffic on the made famous such races as Le ramps of Hunter AFB. The course War fame.
ext. 159. Ext. 70 after working
nation's highways and all of itheading' Refreshment stands and grand-
hours. Mans, Mllle Miglia, Nurburbrlng g, provides the longest straightawayever
toward the Southeast in stand seats will be placed at strategic -
R. I. Share Pan, American. offered the Car Club
Driving to Newport, Alpine and the Sports
the next few weeks, it doesn'tmean points around the course.
expenses. Mrs. Carothers, Ph. 5- there's been an expulsion of of America for air base racing and Tickets are on sale here at the

9123. these sleek speedsters from other Some of the powerful sportscars offers a challenge that only the Naval Air Station at Special Services

Found: 1952 Class Ring. Initials regions they'll be heading for scheduled for Hunter are Ja best drivers can accept. Speeds in at NAS Building 930 and

BME. Red Cross Parish, Ph. 552. Savannah, Ga. and the National guars, Allards, Ferraris, Oscas, excess of 150 miles per hour are NATTCenter, Building 612, and also

.. Money: lost in small white enve- Sports Car Races at Hunter Air M G s Cunninghams, Cisitalias, expected. at various divisions. Advance

lope, vicinity station bank. No Force Base, March 14th. Porches and Slatis, the finest 1 t tickets sell for 51.00 and will be

f questions, and reward will be These stylish cars, made in Eng- products of the sports car manu- The program will include an automobile $130 at _the gate.

given. Itemized account of land, Italy, France, Germany and< facturers'' art. show and static display Proceeds of the races will go to

( money on envelope Mrs. Dean the United States, will representmore Most of the great sports car of Air Force tactical aircraft, including the Hunter Airmen's Living Improvement

W. Miller, Quartets, 5006, ext. than a half-million dollars drivers in America will competeon the swept-wing B-4T Jet Funds the Air Force

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