Jax air news
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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: May 13, 1954
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS Q 13 May 1954

J11 XfliW3Publlahed

erery Thursday for Navy and Uarlnt aeth'lUH at Naval,, Alt CATHOLIC
Etetion Jlicluon\1lIe. 1'"Ia.
I AS, Jackr.aWe Sunday, Mass-0800, 0900, 1000--
t Pt. Burnhom t C. McCaffret.
Comdr.: John D. lliitch.-' ,....,..,.1IU1..1_._,,,,.....,.-,,?,...,.,.,.,?Commanding?hxecutlve: : : Officer St. Edward's Chapel
Fleet Air latk..nl1l. Saturday-0800.
Rear Adm. Oborne B Flardlion ..... ......... Commander a
U' pt. Howard V. Hopkins ... cf Surf Daily0630.
Fleet Air W'lie 1:1.: ... Sunday-0630-Ma!:s at Hospital:;:
Opt. Theodore flab .,,...-, -, r ,._ .. ,, .Commander
Com dr. Funk D. Ueyer -Chief Staff Officer: Chapel.

Alt Terhnlral TraUlif Cater MORMON ,........,
Capt. David Mrcampti'i..aJ: ......,: Commanding Officer .> ,
Comdr. VUlson R. Uaitlctt.: _......_._.__...__hxecutl\e Officer 1930 Wednesday NATTC .
naval. 11.,1". Chaplain's Office, ,
Capt. Edward S LOWe Commanding Officer
Capt. U A. Newton __ Executive Officer CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Capt. John f... Counlhant'omdi C41mm.n'dlnl Officer 1900-Tuesday-NATTC Chap-
',.C. Gray 51 iruni_ ...JIo.ecutl\:: : Officer lain's Office.
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The JAX AIR NEWS It published weekly at the 0. S. Naval Air Station. PROTESTANT
"acksonCllle, Florida. and printed commercially with non appropriated runda
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35, Rev 0930:All Saints' Chapel.
JJo.o <.. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Natal Air Station, the Saints'
1100-All Chapel.
Naval' Air Technical Training Center Naxal Air Reserve liainlng Unit Naval

Air Station Cecil field.and:: the U. &. Naval II. I'laneyAssistant Hospital.JdltorAndrt"w 0915-Na\al Hospital Chapel. --.---.......--..." ......---- .....-
Editor-Helen Harpers; Co Spot t a Lclltoru-Coidon RobWe. JO3, (Note: Addresses of local 1
and John Charvat, AN; Staff Rrpoitor-Jim Rjan, AN; Ciiculallon.Distribution churches be obtained by call HIGH SAFETY RECORD Industrial
; Irene SN. may Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree Safety
unt8.:1RA ;
The NLv\S la I'm of the Armed Torcea Press Service ing the Chaplain's office 425.) (left) commanding officer of
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe
written permission<< of Armed Forces Press Serf Ice. Republication of other NAS Jax and Commander Naval Award PresentedTo
matter, exept by M vice publication. la prohibited without permission ofEdltoilal Air Bases Sixth Naval District -
):;dltnr, SAX AIR NEWS. WHO AM 1? presents Capt. David
offices located Main Admlnlstiatlon Building. Phone extensions
U81 2J6 and 8164.Center. I am more powerful than the McCampbell, commanding officer NATTCenterFor
of the Naval Air Technical
combined armies of the world.
Center the Secretary
e Training ,
Legal I have destroyed more men of the Navy Award for the third straight year the
than all the wars of the world Achievement in I n d u s t Tl a 1 Naval Air Technical

I am more deadly than bullets Safety. The Training Center Training
Officer Wins has received the award. the last Center has been awarded" a certificate -
and I have wrecked more
three years.Marines of achievement in Indus
homes than the of -- -
mightiest trial Safety by the Secietan' ot>>
OkayComdr. siege guns.I the Navy.In .
r I steal in the United States leadStudents
ceremonies at King Hall Captain i -
Charles E. Miller, Let\ul alone over 300000000.00 each
Burnham C. McCaffiee, ('(mI.
Assistance officer at NATTCen- .
As manding officer of NAS Jax and
ter received his certificate from spare no one, and find my
Commander Naval A i r Base.
the Florida State Bar Association Victims among the lich and the

to practice law in Floilda. .r poor alike; the young and the Honor MenMarines Sixth Naval District, presented

The presentation waa made by old, the strong and the weak, the engraved certificate to Capt.

Judge Bajard Shields of the the widows and orphans know were named honoimen David McCampbell, commanding -

Fourth Circuit of Florida in the me. at Naval Air Technical Training officer of the Naval Air Technical .

Duval County Courthouse. I loom up to such proportionsthat Center Schools last week, while Training Center.

Recently promoted to Comdr., I cast my shadow over Jerry Myers, AEAN, graduated
field of labor from The fact that the Ti
the legal assistance officer attended every the as top student at Aviation Elec- Mining

Pennsylvania State College turning of the grindstone to the tttcian's Mate, Class A, School. Center has won this award each

Temple University school of moving of every train.I Myers, who took boot trainingat year stpce its recommissiomng in
lurk in unseen places, and San Calif will
law, and Dickinson School of Law, Diego, reportto 1951 speaks highly of i its safety
I CERTIFIED-Comdr. CharlesE. do most of my work silently. NAF, Inyo Keyn, Calif., for
receiving his Bachelor of Arts measure," Captain McCamrr, *)!
You ate warned against but
Miller, legal assistance officer me, duty, I
and Bachelor of Laws degiees.He .
at the Naval Air Technical. you heed not.I At AK School, Pfc. Benjamin said.

entered the Naval Service In Training Center, is pre- am relentless. I am every- M. Brown compiled an averageof I "Careful thought and planning

sented his to where; in the factory, at rail- 8475 the 12-week
]941, During World War II hewas certificate prac- over courseto !I. the indoctrination nf
tice law before the Florida road crossings, In the air and top a class of 20. A. residentof
liaison officer to the
the thousands of transient tM'
State Bar Association. Making on the sea. Caney, Kansas, Pfc Brown attended *
Australian Navy in 1943, and liaison the presentation is Judge Bay I dent Mho tin
am your worst enemy.I high school at Roswell, come and go at

officer to the Fifth Air I .ard cuit Shields Court,of of Florida.the Fourth Cir AM CARELESSNESS! I N. Mexico. He has been transferred activity has overcome the |prub-'

Force in 1944. -,- -- to MCAS, El Toro, Calif. lems of safety among transient",

Recalled to active duty in 1949 Pfc. Melvin A. Young was the "While no figure are available
Help Of All Hands NeededTo best' in a class of 15: at AO School,
he was Attorney General for the on the place the Training Center
with an average of 85.75. A graduate
Pacific Trust Territory until 1951 holds with other similar ac'llVi-
of Ft, :Myers, Fla, High I
)-Ie served with the Naval Auxiliary ties, you may rest assured Y<>II'
Meet Donations QuotaWith School, Pfc Young entered the
Air Station at Cabaniss Field, unblemished record J 141 among the
Marine Corps May 15, 1953. He
Corpus Christi, Texas, as Legal best
only two days to go before the 1951 Navy Car- will now attend Aviation Instructors -

officer, reporting to NATTCenttr nival for Charity, all commands and departments at the Naval Training School here. High praise was given SjeiTasopoula e

in June 1953.IflMOWES. Air Station and NAS Cecil Field are pushing to reach *, NATTC Safety Engineer -
the top of the totem pole in the donations Honors at AN (P) School wentto
quotAs competition for hill efforts ill s:>Rlet1
__ .II designed to raise additional funds Pfc. Louis R. Kimball, whose achievement.
Early Tuesday morning I average of 92.22 was the best In

lations revealed that only tabu-I crate in putting their, units over I I a class of 144. A native of Pon- Navy Secretary Robert B. Anderson

of the overall quota had been the top by Saturday night when : chatoula, La., pfe. Kimball has in his letter to Capt i*

'I and only one department had top-I the competition will end. I been assigned to the Photography I McCampbell concerning the award
pea the 100% mark. The NASMedical I I School I
MOVIES \ at Pensacola, Fla.FDF's said, In part, that "this record

M\INSIIK department turned 1n' _. ---::: .... .. .. "
111% to head the list of con- \' '..: y::;;;:::.. ,;; ; would not have, been poesible

Thursday May I It tributors. I I \ .... without the support of all e'n'

Jane .. .. Doris Day, '
The Naval hospital| leads the plojees; at your activity

Hem aid Keel four imrthlpatiiig commands k .

Friday, May 14 with 355: %. NAS Jacksonville

laughing Ann Wendell CoieyEi reports| 349%; NAKTII indi- More Coverage/

Saturday, ]May 1' isles it has 21%: while \.tS I I 4i1L New Medicare Bill
Cecil Field and fleet Air
act'n Hlade...Ricardo Montalban -
X.TTCES11'IC'l"hur..t1ar at Cnil have combined For DependentsThe

to raise 18% of their total Defense Departm -
May IS
: l. hew medical bill sent to < on
Tient's Last Case ....:.......Michael ,
The following are the pet'cent P gress, would subsidize civilian! "

Wilding ages of quotas met by NAS de- medical care for military .It'!

Friday, May U partments by Tuesday morning t pendents when military ear

Calamity Jane .............Doris Day. Medical 111%; Special Services, f for them is latUlng,

Howard Keel 90%; Operations, 81%; Dental, The service family wotm<

Saturday, May 15: 52%; Communications, 49.8'c; Ad- have to pay the first $10 on

Laughing .Ann .....Wendell Corey ministration, 47%; Supply, 336%, the doctor bill in each illness
Overhaul and Repair, 30.6%: Security
llO-sl'ITA, plus "not more than 10 peicenlof
205: % Industrial Relations
; the total." Maternity case*:
Thursday, May 13 18%, and Public Work, handled by civilian doctors tinder .

Little Boy Loat..Bing Crl by 10.1%. this arrangement Wotildbe t

Friday, May UTient's A total c* $M, 92 in being ..... .
to the
---.f. parents.
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Last Case.. ..........Michael sought by donation, which are
> DEPART the
NARTU-The last of The bill puts limits on
Wilding made by personnel through the Naval Air Reserve Training Unit left llrt FaF Bearuts at the kind of Illnesses eligible fogoveinment 1'
of cent donation Lltchfield Park Arizona The week for storage at
Saturday, May 15 purchase fifty lI\"ail.
(left) of AAU 741, becks bioklror Lrdr. Raymond Peach care and If
Calamity Jane .._.._....Doris Day, tkkeU the log
I William Garvin, acting maintenance officer WiirvrtLh? Lt able the care would be gives
Howard Keel Personnel aN _red0 coop rats have now been replaced with F4U Corsairs' T ". Ur- in militAry facilities.I .

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May 1954 JAX AIR NEWS Pooa'I1ve+

Gigantic Charity Carnival Set Friday, Saturday

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i.!.'. \tj EE you at .0' Gala Two-Day Event Filled

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> fNAVY.0 CHARITY"}. : With Varied Entertainment J 1

< .co The "Big Top" opens tomorrow at 5:00: p.m. From then

Jo >I \ until midnight Saturday, all byways and highways will leadto

Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, where fun-loving crowds

tiMHwmYA'ALL will gather in the true spirit of carnivaltime.
-0 is for the |

I :*'tI '1'0; "l'A'V 14:'pen 5 PM I tll I Ir 12 -. 1954 Everything Navy Carnival really for Charity, complete where parents nursery can leave in Kiddieland the little,

'. will be with all the
which staged
IS 2 PM ,12 ones and know they will be well
frolic and of
festivity gaiety pre.vious cared for at all times A registered -
""' .N .
'- .." years. nurse will be on duty, and
-, :+_ <" ," \, 'I" Three of the big Navy hangars nursery hours will coincide with "
\ ); have been turned into a gala those! of the Carnival.
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where thousands will
S : midway Free Dancing :!
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,:' ,,, ..: ..<', '! a!! Good news is the free dancingto
: .fi1l chorus
':"t.1.! < it > shout their wares, lovely
j :' : '\+ Art Mooney's orchestra For f
': 'II : girls entertain, and bands play for
:.o;:: 7'y. < f & >t
f' t A' ..,> the first time In Carnival history,
v e dancing.
, > wi.: ,1t .- a especial >ea will be set aside

COME Personifying: traditional southrrn hospitality, 15-year-old Blanche Dow, "MI s Admission Friv in front of the bandstand in the
Navy Carnival" speaks for everyone when she says "Ya'all Come." It's the biggest event of the year, The two-day carnival, plannedas El Dot ado where fans can dance

with the Naval Air Station throwing:: out the welcome mat for the public Friday and Saturday, and the biggest Charity event of absolutely free from 8:00: until
inviting; all to participate in the fun. All proceeds from the Navy Charity Carnival go to 43 charitable the year will be open from 5.00: p.m.
organizations.. midnight both nights.
p.m. to midnight on Fildny. May f
Also at the
Public Invited 14, and from 2:00: p.m. until mid.
Kl Dorallthe
'Lucky Bucks'Still night on Saturday. May 15. It
crowds will
t ?; se will provide everything in the Alan I Foster, .

Flowing"Lucky Annual Armed Forces Day way of entertainment for every lovely M o n a

Bucks" continues to one in the family, from gaily a a Car, Kerwin

find their into the hands colored amusement booths on the
way Somerville and
of military and civilian personnel Set midway to radio and television ; Chuck For-

here at NAS Jax 'Open House' SaturdayThe stars'on Music the Hall.stage. of the El Dorado I sythe o.f the

Eight alert and safety-con k Mooney aggre-

scious personnel have been the fifth annual observance of Armed Forces Day will Residents in Jacksonville and Capt. Coates &tton; Tiny

recipients of "lucky bucks" be observed at NAS Jax on tit afternoon of May 15, with the surrounding: area are cordially Chairman Moore and' his

within the past week, with four the traditional Open House display of military equipment, invited to participate. Cates to the variety show featuring Sarah Clifton

more winning free meal tickets weapons, uniforms, and! static exhibits of aircraft. Naval Air Station will be opento Nell Wilmot, Albert Price,

to the civilian cafeteria.To Stressing the slogan, Power for _----1 the general public, admissionis Danny Daniels and "Woody"Toby >
project Qfficer of the Jacksonville !
free and there will be ample
win these free dollars and Peace, the displays will include Dowdy and all of his television
assisted Comdr. John
area, by
meal chits, all one has to do is machine guns, mortars and heavy parking space in designated areas. gang; Nat Jerome's Spot-
Carter as deputy project officer
to recite within furnished the Florida All proceeds will go approved
ten seconds, artillery by lighters, an all-girl precision dane
Lt. Col. Leo S. Jobe was designated
charitable organizations in Jacksonville
the safety slogan for May, Military District; light automatic -
as liaison officer of Army ing troupe; the Hill Billies, and
and to the Relief
which is: "To Make Your Life weapons used by the Marine installations in the Jacksonvillearea Navy many other professional and local

Last, Put Safety First." Corps, and static aircraft displaysby Fund. entertainers, including the well-
with Major Tayloras
Mammoth Klddlf'hulIlYoungstf'rs
"Lucky Bucks" winners Include the Navy and Air Force I his assistant. I will have the time known 310th' Army Band and the i

Edna Weldon, Industrial Listed in detail, the program Jax Navy Band. The floor shows
I The 1954 Open House observance of their lives hi Kiddieland, where
Relations; R YV. Johnson, 0 offers two concerts by the N A S I will be continuous.
& R; E. S. Potent, 0 & R; Band and the 310th Army Reserve : of Armed Forces Day Is the game booths and rides are i
Amusement Booth
planned at all poets, camps star pint-size, designed especially for
Earl Bickford, 0 &: Ri; J, R. Band, playing respectivelyfrom In addition
to the
tions, bases, armories, reserve cen- their pleasure Clowns and cowboys amusement
Public Works
King, ; J D. 1400 to 1445 and from 1545 .
booths, where thousand.1 of dollars
ters and other facilities of the many prizes for all, and
Brown Public Works
; Judy to 1630. Flyovers by Navy planes
national defense except where cotton candy and snowballs: will gifts will go to .
0 & and W. L.
Covington, R
: will take place from 1100 to '
lucky there will bo
Leverett, Public Works. Meal such observance would not be keep them delighted and happy.
ticket winners are Mary Woolen I feasible. Again this 'Year there will be aPROCLAIM refreshment stands where cool'
drinks will be served, and ham.
IRD; G, W. Millican, 0 & A booth equipped with radio burger and hot dog stands.

R; Jeanette Reilly. Public I transmitters and Navy "ham" operators An entire hangar will house !interesting

Works, and Rosalie Potts, Pub- will be located in the ; exhibits of commercial

lic Works. Open House area ready to send merchandise including\ household

messages overseas, without cost equipment, various boats and motors

Motorists Should to relatives of visitors. air conditioners, dairy pro i r

Static displays by the Army SY rR ducts and 1 other educational featuies. -
will consist mostly of field equipment a s o v, These will be augmented

Observe Carnival The Civil Air Patrol will by displays of military equipment I

exhibit light aircraft. The Marines sponsored by the three military t

Traffic PatternMotorists are offering close-up Inspection ---- services as part of the Armed !

of field equipment and sum Forces Day observance, Saturday: ,
arc requested to observe mer and winter uniforms," and ? May '5.

the special traffic patternset '
Present Queen '

up for the Navy Carnivalfor Naval and Air Force aircraft J a'c: r Climaxing festivities on Saturday
/f ,.
Charity on Friday and Sat. (
will also be on display. In the evening will the the presentation .
urday, May 14 and 15. I4I1 **4LIJ:1
same area NARTU and NATTCwill of Miss Blanche Dow, 15-
From 4:00: Friday until
p.m. each operate a special train year old Jacksonville Lee High
1:00 Saturday, and from ....
: a.m. ___ _
ing booth. In addition a Civil 11<2 f. -e--- --- School student, who was chosen
2:00: p.m. Saturday until 1:00: AF DAY Armed Forces Day proclamation,
Defense Filter Center will i be "Miss Navy Carnival of 1951."
arm Sunday, incoming traffic, designating Saturday May 15, as the official day for civilians to
maintained. services Is Burns of She represents the 42 agencies
honor the
via the Main Gate, will proceedeast military signed by Mayor Ilaydon
Jacksonville. On hand for the signing were (left to right) Jack affiliated with the Community
on Yorktown to the Car- ('apt. Burnham C. McCaffiee, Kavanaugh, chairman of the Naval Affairs committee: of the Chest-United Fund. This ceremony .
nival area. There traffic and Chamber of Commerce; Paul Broome, chairman of the Armed
of the Naval
commanding officer will take
place at 11:00:
parking controlmen will direct Forces Day committee for Jacksonville; Comdr. John Carter, p.m.
visitors and, personnel to proper Air Station, was appointed as deputy project officer, and (.t. Col, Leo S. Jobe, liaison officer. on the El Dorado stage.
For the third time a mementoin

parking Outgoing locations.traffic during those II Ham Operators Will Offer Free Service At AF Day ObservanceOne I gram the booklet form of will a be souvenir given to pro all

hours will proceed west on Al- attending.

bemarle, and exit through the feature in conjunctionwith FREE. W4NEK Club member Code at 25 words per minute.

North Gate using a double lane. the Armed Forces Day will be using their own equip Any listener who submits a Military the Station and civilian personnelat
have in week
When fire trucks, police cars,
observance Saturday will present ment located between Hangers
perfect copy of the transmission of hard, earnest work to make
ambulances, armed emergencycars a new experience for many 113 and 111 and will be devoting
will receive Certificate this year's carnival the best of
or other emergency ve- a
servicemen and citizens of their own time.
hicles approach with bells, Jacksonville and vicinity.The In observance of Armed of Merit from the Secretary of all, Enough fun and entertain
ment has been planned, much of it
whistles, or sirens sounding, or NavAlr Amateur Radio Forces Day! amateur radio operators Defense.
free, to keep patrons haj>py and
with red flashing lights operat- Club with call letters W4NEK, throughout the U. S. The Jacksonville Amateur
amused the entire CarnUval
ing, all vehicles shall stop Im- will have its facilities set up to and foreign base! will be participating Radio Society will team with during.

mediately with wheels touchingthe enable any patron at the Char- in a mass exercise to the Military Affiliate Radio period.BCBS '

curb or parallel to the ity Carnival to send a messageto promote amateur radio.A System to send tree messages Due i:

right-hand side of the road. almost any point on the receiving contest Is opento for citizens from facilities set Payments

Over 100 extra men will ben globe. Patrons will be able to any thort-wave listener who up in Hemming Park Saturday, Blue Cross Blue Shield pro-

duty to direct traffic duringthe send these messages absolutely can copy International Morse from 9:30: a.m. to 5:30: p.m. mlums are due and payable Morn
carnival, day and Tuesday. May 17 and 1819 .


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Fasron Six Fasron 109 VA-45 VA-105, Fasron 9, VF-14 Report VA-15 Displays

I Jacksonville Area Wares During

Scouting Squadrons 'Open House'

Fasron Six communications office earned na- -.,......... "'' '- "':" < ....-.,............ <, Three hundred visitors watched -
Eleven Good Conduct awards Navy jet planes in dazzling
tive Midwesterner Thomas F. Mil
and one commendation were presented acrobatics last Friday
ler, TE3, title of "White Hat of an
during the squadron'smonthly house" held'
the Week." "open by Attack
Captain's inspection Jerome Squadron 15 at NAS Cecil Field
H. Hlghtower, AOC, was Former Fasronite, Richard G. 9 t N'L

(commended for helping constructa Starkey, AD3, returned to the At speeds exceeding 600 mph,
after tour of with an F9F "Cougar" buzzed the air
strafing target near Ocala, Fla. squadron a duty
The target will be used by Fleet VF-62. He is a veteran of 30 field, followed by a mock "rescueat

Air Units. months service with Fasron Six. sea" staged by .a hovering
X. i y. QL -"
The squadron's operations department $ as helicopter.
Bronze stars in lieu of previous
reports a grand totalof Ground exhibits at the open
flood Conduct awards went to
1,795 flight hours for the house featured a "Pooby" suit
William H. Clinton, ATC, (his
month of April. The squadronhas used by Navy personnel for ant-
fourth), and Melvin P. Burt, AK1
flown in excess of 1,000 hours arctic survival, and a display of
(his third). First awards were
for the post four months. fife rafts, parachutes and radar
presented to William H. Marvin,
eFasron equipment An AD Skyraider
AE2; Leo C. Leclerc, AD3; Char
109 plane was armed with non-ex
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les S. Hale, AM3; Courtland S. :
Fasron 109 was hit hard with _u.... plosive ordnance to show the
Goss, AM3; William R. Titman,
AT3; Jackson G. Rogers, YN3; transfers this past week. Bill NAVY WINGS FOR AIR FORCE-Capt. Raymond B. Furlong, tremendous bomb load they are
Madden, AT3, versatile athlete for Air Force pilot on exchange duty with Composite Squadron 62, capable of carrying.
Edward W. Barden, AMAN: ; GlennT. from Lt. Jack Mills Comdr. W. Donald
the squadron has been ordered to receives pilot's wing
... Ragsdale, Jr., ATAN, and with Dietz, skipper of VC-62 looks on. Captain Furlong has been an exchange Directly after the open house
VU-10 at Gitmo along
Donald McDougal, Jr., AN. pilot on duty with the Navy for more than a year, having visiting guests were treated to
George Peck, A T3. also served with Fighter Squadron 11. lie leaves this week for an outdoor picnic.
Stanley F. Karas, PN3, and his Lawrence E. Godrey, AOC, has Wurtsmith Air Force Base, Oscoda, Micb. for resumption of regular CsS

wife, Jeanne, are the proud parents transferred to Patuxent River, duties.
of a 7 lb., 2 oz. baby boy- Chief Hays Of Fasron 9Piped
Md., for duty. Marice France, wishes and congratulations to Lt. Hospital.A .
born April 29 at the Naval Hospital Out After 26
AOC is in AUW School in
now and Mrs. Fred Owens of VA- hearty welcome aboard is ex-

Key West, Fla. Verman T. Vln- 105 on their recent wedding at tended to Harold O. Berry, AEAN, Machinist Mate Chief Harry 0.
Continuous work in the
good I cente, SK3, was transferred to the Naval Air Station.: Acting as who reported to the squadron Hays, of Fasron Nine, at NAS

New York for duty and LeRoy best man for the groom was Lt. from NATTC Jax, Cecil Field, was "piped out" of

Kohl, AN, is attending an electronics William M. Lewallen. S S S the Navy after serving 26 years

school in Norfolk, Va. Ensign Don Hull-Hyde returned Fasron 9 and two months on active duty.

The Beavers Softball team is from Legal School at Newport, During the past week Fasron 9 Hays has been attached to Fas-

currently leading both the city R. I. and will assume duties as welcomed aboard eleven men and ron Nine since Sept. 1951.Before

and intramural leagues. Big Don legal officer. transferred four others. Of the 11 coming to Fasron Nine he was

Glidewell has an even 100* strikeouts Congratulations are in order I who reported aboard, eight came with VF-42.
1 in nine games
w S for Clarence E. Custer, Robert from the LST 32. They are: Melvin Hays plans to continue livingin

1C Martin, Charles Briqueleur '" A. Hansel, SN; Herbert D. Jacksonville with his family.
and Robert L. Browning-all were Sepise, SN; Robert L. Jeffers,
keeping with the spirit of John R. Connors, A01, from VA-
advanced in rate. SN; Amos Sawyer, SN; Norman
the Navy Carnival for Charity i5, and Gaston C. Brock, BM2,
The "newest" In the Lindenbaum, SN; Bryan E. Web-
and Armed Forces Day this weekend girls squadron from the USS Putnam.Lt. .
"family" belong to 1/cdr. and ster, SN; Howard B. Spears, SN,
the Blackbirds of VA-45 jg) James E. Halle left
Mrs. James P. Scherer and Lou and Pietro Battistelll, SIISN.
have a busy schedule.In last week for Corpus Christi) Jo-
and Carol The Others Robert J. Conlan ;
Kruczynskl. girls I are: ,
addition to operating numer- seph Kowalski, AOC left for VS-
arrived last week at the Naval ADCj from the USS Currituck;
ous ticket booths at the Carnivaland I
30 in Norfolk; Alvin L. Eller,
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having an AD-4 on static -"", ,'''.'','.''' '' ''.' ".... ... _. AE1, is off to VA-42 at Oceana,
display, two divisions of VA-45 Va., and John L. Ruschel, AK3,

Skyraiders will roar over many i iI left for VF-34.

towns of the State of Florida. Lf. I
: Fasron 9 has set a date for its
The AD-4 will be available for i. 43 j
next squadron party. It will be
the viewing of the public throughout !
) held May 12, at the station pic
INVOLVED IN RESCUE the two days of the Carnival.The .

Marine Major Frank Hepler, squadron officers were the nic area.

(left) of Marine Photographic guests last Friday of Comdr. William James W. Clements, MR1, l Is
Squadron 3, MCAS Miami, the father of the newest memberof
F. Krantz CO in
greets and offers thanks to squadron
Chief Robert Shanley, NAS lax celebration of his promotion to the Fasron Stork Club. Jean,

helicopter pilot, who rescued Comdr. his wife, is in Newport, R. I,

the major from a snakeinfested Eric G. Anderson, AOC, and where the baby was born.
swampland near Brunswick,
Ga. The Marine aviator spent Lt. (jg) Henry C. White were Jwa *

two hours in the watery marshes transferred this past week to the A.. VF-14

after parachuting from his Fleet Training Center, Norfolk, As a result of the recent serv-
disabled F9F-5 Panther jet last
Va. White had been in the squadron ce-wide exams, seven Tophat-
since December of 1950 and w / M ters were advanced in rate.

T eamworkEffectsRescue Anderson reported aboard in November I Many more successfuly passedthe

of 1953. I tests'but due to quota limitations

I not advanced.
.: .._ ._. were
Pilot ---- ---- -
Of VA-105 Personnel to add the famed

The squadron offers its best BACK ABOARD-When the Cougar Jet he was piloting spun crow are: Billy Arrington to

Downed in out of control, Lt (UK) John Osterreicher of Jacksonville, had to AE3; Franklin Smith to AE3;
then bailed out.Immediately fire himself through the plexiglass canopy by means of an ejector
his three buddies seat and parachute to safety. Back aboard the carrier USS Wasp, Frank Silvey to AT3; and Pete
alert VC-62 pilot teamed he thanks the two men of VF-173 who packed his chute, Arthur Keyser to PH3. Those stwing on
with a veteran Navy chief avia- began sending out "May Day" dis- Hilliker, PR2, and Billy Guas, PRAN. additional chevrons are: Henry

tion pilot last Thursday to effecta tress signals. Lt. (jg) Horan, who .
Jones to AT2, Peter C. Wilson to
dramatic night helicopter rescue was practicing night flying in the Delayed Report From Far East AE2, and Quinton McElyea to

of a Marine aviator who para- Brunswick area, heard the calls

chuted from his disabled jet intoa and turned his F2H-2P Banshee: VF-173 Pilot Ejects Self Through AK1. .

snake-filled swampland near photojet in that direction.

Brunswick, Ga. Before he could reach the Ma- VF-13 Host
: Plexiglass Of JetLt.
Canopy Fighter
Principals Involved in the sen- rines' position, however, the VC-

sational night rescue were Major 62 pilot sighted Major Kepler's (Jg) John A. Oesterreicher To PublicMore

Frank M. Hepler, attached to Panther exploding as it struck a jet pilot in Fighter Squadron deck of the USS Wasp, the

Marine Photographic Squadron 3 the ground. 173, performed the rare feat 'pilot had experienced difficultyin than 300 guests were on

at MCAS Miami; Robert J. Shan- Lt. (jg) Horan was able to pin of ejecting himself through the maneuvering his Jet engine hand at NAS Cecil Field last

ley, ADC, helicopter pilot, of NAS point the downed Marine's posi- canopy of his uncontrollable fighter. Saturday to witness an aerial

Jacksonville and Lt. (Jg) John E tion between two river tributaries fighter while aboard the USS BREAKING away from the demonstration by pilots of Fighter

Horan, jet photo pilot assigned a few minutes later when Wasp in the Far East. formation, Oesterreicher pro- Squadron 13.Accompanying.
62 at Major Hepler fired the first of the air show
to Composite Squadron ,
The feat was reported as VF- ceeded to test his plane at land-
NAS. his four flares. was a ground display of a modern
173 returned to Jax last week ing approach speeds to deter-
a In the meantime, a Navy JlUl"1 wea-
Major Hepler was making navy fighter squadrons
with Carrier Air Group 17 afteran mine the feasibility of tryingto
routine cross country training helicopter piloted by C'hief I eight months cruise around land the aircraft. pons and a buffet treat preparedby

flight from NAS Anacostia, D Bob Shanley was dispatched from the world. Navy cooks. The touring par-

C., to MCAS Miami with three NAS Jacksonville at approximately While testing the plane, the ty was given an air demonstration -

I. other Marine pilots when, at approximately 8:25: p.m. to the scene of the TilE NORMAL routine in fighter entered an uncontrollable by pilots flying the squadron's -
ejecting is for the pilot to Jetti
spin. Seconds
I 7:30: p.m., his F9F- mishap. Oester F9F "Cougars."
son his first. However, reicher shot himself
Panther'developed engine trouble. After a 55-minute flight overland I canopy through the Four-"Cougar" fighters, flown

::1. Failing in nix attempts to reJ Shanley arrived with the by using an emergency method canopy of'the doomed plane by Lt's (jg) Roy McLain, David .
new in American naval aircraft, and parachuted to
light the enginewhile his plane helicopter and was vectored intoa safety. Allen, Les Hill and Charles Tol-

J,(' dropped from a 10,000 to a 5,000 rescue position by Lt. Jg) Oesterreicher fired himself i The naval' flyer was pickedout lefson, followed by Lt. Home's

foot altitude, :Major Hepler set Horan who had been circling 300 through the plexiglass canopy. of the water by an alerted unusual acrobatics with high

hit controls to guide the disabled feet over the stranded Major Almost Immediately after being air-sea rescue helicopter and speed manuevers in tight forma-

Aircraft jnto an Isolated area and for nearly two hours. catapulted from the flight returned to his carrier, tion. **



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13 May 1954 JAX AIR NEWS Page Nine

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"MAN ABOUT" "Joey," the ventriloquist dummy, is the To :
only male roomer in the Waves barracks at NATTCenter. The
property of ventriloquist Bob Borrowes, SN, of Special Services, (This I* Lab !;
.lie referees a chess match between Bob! (left) and Ann Fisher, ,!
Center Pcf<
SA, master-at-arms. )
series) To !
Sole Male 'Roomer' Noble D. ; 1

Waves Barracks Has Man In'Mrdst In steward the : Shop ;

the bill for good news for shutter {

But He's Only Joey A WoodenheadBarracks ficer.From bat.'Y their Jacksonville.own photo Now pro-, *

720, housing Wavesof bank, T e x a here on the sta.
I the Naval Air Technical my is widely known to Jack. Scroggins \

Training Center, has been har- sonville area folks! both young tered the lab has been installed {
I boring a man in its midst for and old. lIe has appeared In innumerable Ico in July Hobby Shop, Building {
. lo, these many months. performances before 1947. He I
! Jacksonville civic clubs, charity served
But sound not the tocsin of All Hand '
alarm for it is only Joey, the benefits, hospital and school the lab will enable all '
ventriloquist dummy of Bobl functions, as well as service LSM 455, their own developing, '
I I Borrowes, Seaman, of Special shows in Florida and South Rush, DD } drying, aiyl other fa- \
I Services Division. Carolina. (which made
, present, only contact t
Joey, who admits he's a woodenhead "I get around," he avers, leer- world be made with the
has this answer: "Who ing wide-eyed at his Interrogators. and received but hopes are ,
wouldn't .change places with try in ) ; procurement of an
this 'woodenhead,' sawdust and Joey is a product of the ima- USS Melvin the near future. I

all?" gination of Bobi Borrowes, a Korean hand is a limited supply '
THE VEXTKILOqUIST: dum- comely mistress of ceremoniesand Shellback, ; paper that will

/ director of service shows. Blue-nose ; free of charge. 'j I

WHEN NOT appearing in his Scroggins supply has been ex- .
II I ventriloquist act Joey is packed Orient. will be on sale
I in clothes locker with
away a Reports Shop supply counter.
! his sailor uniform, hill billy costume vision officer 2 Photographer ,.
or "zoot suit" and other him to be an : ; lab will be under

SALTY HUMOR FROM transformations."I being of the NAS Spe- I

HERE AND THEREA keep the door locked]: on taining a department, photog- t
the Inside," he says smugly. the highest from VC-C2 will be ''
man who appeared for Jury lie's not especially interested Navy. instruct personnel in V
duty had been examined' by both in girls. "Why should I be?" equipment and for In-
the defense and the prosecution, he asks. "I've got a whole bar- You're only : of personnel. Thus,
and was about to be accepted, racks full of them. last time at beginner can soon
when the prosecutor asked: learn to do his own developing
"Do you believe In capital pun- Real Pedigreed Pups For Waves and printing.The .

ishment The prospective?" Juror hesitatedand I Schenley Replaced By Two MascotsAlthough I will coincide hours with for the the photo hours lab of .

after a moment's reflection, other Hobby Shop facilities, from
replied: 1400 to 2200 dally and from 0900
in the view i of
I tive leashes. It was also arrangedfor er age. to 1800 on Saturdays. The lab will
"Well, yes, sir, I do If it some, Schenley, the former
ain't too severe." Waves' mascot, can never be the dogs to receive complete As most of the men of the station be closed on Sunday, Monday, and

veterinary care. To insure will remember, Schenley wasa holidays.
replaced, the Waves of NAS proper .
A lady was filling out a credit Jacksonville now feel that her behavior of the dogs, arrange- man-hater at heart. But, it
' form but when she came to the loss has at least been mollified ments have also been made to is still too early to find out just Choral Society

line that said "Age" she hesitateda have the dogs sent to obedience how the two new mascots standin
long time. Finally, the clerk The waves now have two mascots school, when they attain the prop- this matter. Will Present _
leaned over and whispered, "The ,
longer you wait the worse It How did this all come about?
gets.. The story goes like this: 'Requiem' May 24The

The story following Schenley'sdeath
c 1953-54 season of the
was carried nationally via
Little May: "Mother, they are Jacksonville Choral Society: will
the wire services and was Inter-
going to teach us domestic silenceat close with the great marterpiece,
cepted by the closely attunedears
school __ "
now. Verdi's "Requiem, to be presented -
of the Schenley Distributors,
Mother "Don't domestic at the George Wasington lintel
: you mean -
... Inc. Word was passed down the _
auditorium 24.
science, dear? May
line and the wheels of progress
Father! "Shh. There's a bare were set in action. The "Requiem," world famous
\ hope our little girl means what opera in oratorio style, will be
she is saying." John Hale, Florida representative sung with 75 voices, accompaniedby
for the company, obtained the Jacksonville Symphony.

:Moe: "I took her to dinner and pot one, but two dogs, one for Soloists will include Selma
each, of the NAS Waves Bar- Kaye, soprano, who made the recording -
to the theatre. After that we
racks and presented them officially in Europe; Donald
went dancing-then home in a to the Waves. Gramm, one of the leading bas-
taxi. Do you think I should have Barracks 723 received a honey sos in America today and tenor

kissed her?" blonde cocker spaniel, while the Walter Fredericks, who made

Joe: "Certainly not. You did I Waves at Barracks 722 are the such a hit in the group's presen-
enough for that dame." recipients of a beautiful boxer tation of "I Pagliacci" last month.
Reserved tickets are now on
These dogs are more than Just sale at the Jax Air News, room
Sylvia: "When I applied for a
Both males, the
ordinary dogs. 230 Administration
job the manager had the nerve to f WAVES WELCOME NEW 1\IASCOTS-Not'., but two-
As matterof
ask if dogs have pedigrees. a two mascots for the Waves at NAS Jax. The loss of the beloved chestra tickets sell for $2.50.
my punctuation was good. fact, of the last eight dogsIn mascot: Schenlejr has been softened somewhat with the acquisi- while terrace and balcony tickets -
Mildred: "What did you tell the ancestral line of the boxer, tion of two pedigreed pups, a cocked spaniel for Barracks 723 anda go for $3.00. '
him?" six were champions. Accompanying boxer for Barracks 722. Mona Thorpe, DKSN (left) and Doro- .
thy Kryspln, SA, take the two mascots for their first walk around
Sylvia: "I said I'd never been the dogs were: two handsome If you don't think that women
the base. The two dogs were the' rifts of Sfhtnley Distributors,
late for work In my )life" traveling cage and two attrac Inc. are explosive-Just!'! drop one.I .


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With VF-172 ; =PK4Yfod4&i1 Eastern Ringmen

Whitehal, Using Beef For Bait, Chain Pace All-Navy At

For Line, Lands 800-Pound SharkWhen San Diego ArenaA

Rubin W. Daughty, CSt, of VF-172, tell/ a fish balanced phalanx: of East

story it's really a whopper. I Coast ring pupils took six of 10

Daughty caught a ten-foot, 11- rY bouts from their Western counterparts
hook the shark but
requited one
Inch blue shark, weighing more I I in the All-Navy Boxing
of the ship's inches to pull ItI
than 800( pounds off the fantail Championships last week at Na
from the water.
of the USS Wasp when VF-172 val Training Center, San Diego.

WM deployed aboard the carrier. When cut up, its stomach was With a gallery of 6,250 watch.

At the time of the catch the found to contain 48 small sharks, 'ing at the Open Air Arena the

Wasp was anchored in Subic Bay each about one foot long: Eastern champs, who gleaned tit-

Philippine Islands. It was Daughty's first really les at ,NAS Jax last month, scoped

Beef for Rait .big catch. In 1939, while fishing heavily in the middle bracketsto

Using a length of chain for a from a bridge near West Palm gain the edge.

flshline and a small piece of beef Beach, Fla, he and a friend 9 k.., Warren Peterson 147-pounder,

for bait, Daughty managed toTIMEOUT landed a 16-inch sand shark using touched off a string of four con.

only a bamboo pole with a strong secutive East wins when he kay-

line VT oed Bill Miller at 2:35: of the

The Bucks Tow Tee Y I second round. At that juncture

I "That catch," according to I West held a 3.2 advantage.

Daughty. "stopped traffic both Peterson was later presented

I ways on the bridge. Two police i the Capt. Kennedy Trophy as the

With John CharvatIn men shot am) killed the shark for outstanding boxer in the tournament

us so that we could beach! It." .. .

But the crowning blow in his 112 I Ibtf Tskrldgc (PhlblJtnl) split
releases fiomNATTCenter t d H Uloned Johnny Kugenlo (USS Frontier
weekly first shaik-catching experience' ),
Pete Salvus unfolds it 119! lbs, Jerry Mai fMarBarBrern
came the following day when he ) split declcioned Ray Wharton
an interesting yarn on a returned to take photo of t h e I USS Grand Canyon).
the Jax 126 lh .-Boh Nichols (LS<* O. P
former member of fish a Cecil) decUloned Gene loran (USS Sal-
boxing squad pun).
"When we arrived at the scene," 112:: Ibs Ray Lancaster (Na\Sla
which we'll pass along r, SDI( o) decUloned Bob Jackson Com--
Daughty recalled "we were told '
"When it comes to boxing," to get that shark out of there- j t.j InLantl 133 IU ,-Abo Huvnes fNavSln SDIe-

Salvus relates, "Can oil (Bull) and it cost us five bucks to geta j A WHOPPER-As shipmates watch, Rubin Daugb.tr, CS1, of Wash declined DC)., Ray Allen (RecSta

Gilchrist, of Patrol Squadron to tow it out to I Fighter Squadron 172, examines a 10-foot, 11-Inch blue shark he 147 Ihs.-Wan'en Peterson (PRNO
around. 'DaBulle' tug sea hooked while fishing from the USS Wasp while the carrier was KO Bill Miller U3ND) 2:35: second
Three, really gets .
Subic In the Daughty used length round
anchored at Philippines. a
back to Jax with Bay 1io Ihg.-Bob Plant (VA reported of chain for fishline, beef for bait and one of the ship's winches to damned GUI lernandes (NTC SDlegol
his squadron after a tour of duty ANP( ) AdvancesIn hoist the 800-pounder from the water. 165 )lb ,-CharleK Butler (USS JanlrtecUloned )
Brown US6; Thomas
bit thinner r Hem ( :
in Iceland, quite a .
F. Nickel)
but with his* boxing interest un 173: Ins.-Don Ie (US Thllton) de
NATTCenter Marks Soar As cUloned Ron Clark (NAS Alameda).
abated. Hitting IIeawelRht Bob Krxheispeiger
(N vSla\ Guam) ipllt declsloned Jake
"lie began turning out immediately Softball Solus (NAS CoipC
with Coach Bob Perkins LeagueAfter The All-Navy contingent left

Jax at the NATTCenter Fliers Marine NineDiamondwise this week for Lackland AFB Tex, j
of Navy a slow start, AN (P) Tip and the Inter-Service Championship I
gym School is making a determined
with Lcdr Peter I. Culbert-
"Gilchrist was stationed at Ice- bid for the first division of the
Jax Navy's visions'of a successful son, NATTC Jax Special Services
land with VP-3 under a joint NATTCenter Softball League, last of May\ received a much needed shot in the arm last week- Officer, in charge.
Navy-Air Forte-Army command, I week winning its fourth game in
end as the Fliers' lethargic lumber came to life to sweep two >
and when tryouts for the boxing five starts games from the Cherry Point Marines at Mason Field
team were held 'Da Bulle' showed Jax AceIn
The Preps nudged Special Ser Net
In winning 13.5 and 13-3, respectively Earlier in the week the Fliers,
up. vices 6-4, behind the five-hit pitch ; the locals improved '
"When the prelims were over ing of Ray Zunigar and Fred Wil mark of split a series with the Patrick
on a season 1216. A two. Quest OfAllNavy
he was representing the Air Force son's hitting, Clarence Tubbs rap game stand here today and Friday AFB Mibsileers; winning 7.1 behind -

in the All-Eastein Air Force ped a homer for the losers with Eglin Air Force Base the six-hit hurling of Walt

Championships at Newfoundland NANS Splits TwoPappy" I WinTwice
ha been canceled. Gaida. Tony Zaccaria absorbed a
copped the 165-pound title, and Meinhard's anda !
Joe Fay' leadoff home run in 3-6 loss the second afternoon.
traveled to the A11-Air Fotc'e meet I round tripper by George Guzman in as many seasons Ben
the third Ins third of the campaign Because of the Eglin AFB can-
at Lackland AFB, Texas. gave AO-A School a 19-7 decision was the big blow for the Sobieraj (pronounced "sober-eye").
cellation the Fliers will not
I "He went to the semi-finals over AE-Bees Bob Clark has captured the Atlantic Fleet

before being eliminated hurled six-hit ball for the winners play at home until May 21-22 singles tennis championship and

'Da Bulle popular both in FLIERS' FARINGS Parris Island in elated here on I set his' sights on the All-Navy \

service boxing and in amateur Dan Landon paced AO-B to a l'hYl'r-P.. G AB R 11 Tit Rat ....to that date. title.
Jacksonville because of 6win:; NAWS Patterson! p 4 7 3 3 3 0 4J9 But due to the exigencies of the
meets in narrow over \Voloi7\ri I r, ft 26 93 18 29 44 Ib ,312Coughlln Chem rt ...... 000 000 290-- 5 fJ 7Ja'c
his unorthodox ling mannerisms, School with Billy Drown bearing IbJankunU ::X> 110 21 33 55 30 :31)0) Navy OOJ O.W 70*-11 10 2 Korean conflict and quirks of
p ... 6 10 1 :1 3 1 300: Bowers. Moran; ((4), Coodwln (7) and I J
looks finely drawn and considerably down on the mound in the clutch. Fay ef .. ...27 i 9'.1 19 27 46 16 .293 Jeltran, Sheen and Trail planning an All-Navy tournament
NAWS back with 13-0 Tjccarla: p ...4 70220 ..286Travll. between the Atlantic and Pacific ;
thinner. came
a ,
a ....22 74 11 21 27 9 284
"However, he says he's in fine shutout: over AGO School with Price. 3b .. ...6 23 8 6 6 4 ..2812W Cherry Pt. ...... 102 000 000-( :t II 2 Fleet winners has not been held
Beaslev, NMlzell ....28 101 19 21 35 16 .: Jax Navy ...... 400 030 Ob\-11 12 2
fettle for the coming outdoor season Jesse Baggett collecting four for rt .....3 11 1 :3 3 1 .231 Johnson, Schrlnko (8). Plnelll (8) since 1950.
here Salvus conclude:: four. Norvllle. c ....11 15 7 8 3 !5 229! and Beltran; Gunnet and Tiavls.i Sobieraj, a diminutive airman
Neely. 2b ... 2M: 100 26 22 :31 17 .230 i .
... .. AE-A leading \\rlKht, rf .. 7 19 4 4 6 :a .211 storekeeper from St. Louis, In ;
Nlplvn.hrf .29 The Army has added a ti lath- Personnel nudged Training Facilities Rice,- Ib-..'.-...10 15 -43 3 2 ..200Galdl attached" to Composite! Squadron !

Ion event to its track and field 5-4, with Merle Platner, p .....6 10 3 2 2 0 .200 .. \:: Five of Sanford, and Is. No. i
Gunnet, p ....9 22 4 4 4 2 .182
competition to discover and develop Paul Adoine and Harry Frakes Sheets p ...... 8 IT 1 2 2 0 .118 ': One man on the JAK Nay-M.-
NWT .......- 7r 91821 8 .240 :r>
personnel for modern pentathlon wielding heavy lumber. NWT .. .....- 73: 9 18 21 8 .210 rlne team.
competitions. Other results: AE-A School 14, "" "<< A high point in his career wan
riUter G IP R II W L rtt.
The triathlon will include long Personnel 5; AK :Marines, 2, MAD Patterson ..... 419 717 2 0Ounnet 10tX ,'1, : a victory over AI Harunt of the

distance running, middle-distance 0; AO-A 9, TraFac 4; AN-P 2, Sheets .........,......8573158.8412331 :5 2 2 2OJ.714!\ ::: :; University of Miami, 1953 National .-

swimming and pistol shooting. MAD 0, AK :Marines 14, AK-A Zncearla ...... 32.11-521 1 2 .3."" Junior Indoor singles cham.
Klarkslock .... 9 26 16 23 1 .2 .33.
The triathlon events, plus fencing -, School 8; AN-P 15, Personnel 10; Gaida .. ...... 5 :TO 11 25! 1 7 ..2qJankunti ( pion and conqueror of Denmark's

and riding, will give Army AE-B 9, AK Marines 5, and AE- NWT ..............-633 IS 24 19 27 16 1 0 :3 2 .200..000Fliers ..' .... '. Kurt Nielsen..,

athletes a chance to compete for A School 16, AK-A School. -No longer with team ,r.:::.: At the Jacksonville Beach

a position on the U. S. modern STANDINGS '.,:..'':".'..:. Junior Chamber of Commerce
pentathlon team.OUTDOOR AK-A School ... ... .. .. ... ..... 12 W. L.0 Saturday. Two more runs Invitational last month, bantam
A-A School ................... 9 2 were enrolled before the side was Ben proved Ms mettle to a
AK-IJ School .................. 7 3
NAWS Sehool ................ 7 3Special retired y ;a large field In annexing the singles .
Service 7 4
AN-P School ...::::::::::::::: 6 6 Sheets Wins SecondIt crown.
FOR EARLY START AGO School ................... 5 6 was 6-0 in the fifth on another w Formerly a left-hander, the 132-
Personnel ..................... 5 6 ..
With the indoor boxing sea- AK-Marlnes ..........uu..4 7 three-run spree. An error pound mite switched to right
TraFac ...............,.....,, S 7 the first baseman Cene Louis
son all but a thing of the past, AO-B School .................. 3 7 by enemy while leading St. University
Services AK-A School .................. :1 8 Morad on Jim. Coughlln's roller to the Missouri Valley Conference
NATTCenter Special MAD .. .......,..' ........ ... 0 125.5 ,
Ignited a seven-run seventh. championship in 1950.
: department is readying extensive d

plans for a resumption of Women Golfers In Coughlin, with a double and ...., With Leon Wilson former' University

the popular outdoor smokers to Finals two singles, and Fay, who added of Florida ace, he has
I Spring Cup a pair of singletons to his four held the doubles title of the Atlantic
' be held here.
,, /t/ 4
Finalists in the Ladies Spring Fleet for three run
A host ot Navy and Marine master, drove in three tallies each years
i j ringmen are working out at the Cup Tourney have been decided Pete Sheets ((2-2)) went the dis COURT l\IAGICIAN-Qn the ning, In '51, Wilson defeated Sob

614 after a seml-final round highlighted tance for the win. strong shoulders of 132 pound ieraj for singles laurels.
NATTCenter gym, Building by several close struggles. Ben Sobieraj ride Jax: Navy's 4 .
under the direction of coach -- hopes for a victory in the All-
Mary Barrow reached the final flights are: Second-Betty Ilcye tennis She asked him to go shopping
Navy championships
, Bob Pet kins. round of the first flight with*a and Dottie Trcitel; Third-Char- Bantam Ben has successfully with her, and he agreed. So she

Bouts will be staged at the default Win over Priscilla Ayers. lotte Barrett and Joyce Nail; defended his Atlantic Fleet took him to the milliners; she

outdoor pavilion set up in the Her opponent is Jean Suttle, 5 Consolation Flight Far 1 e y crown for two consecutive sea. took him to the jewelers, and

area AGO north School of Building GOO( and 4 conqueror of Joan Harty. I Coates vs. winner ol Grace IrrabinoIva the sons Jax and: Navy-Marine is the No. 1 man contin on I eventually, site took him ta the

near Final round lineups in other Hansen match.: gent. cleaners.II .




13 May 1954 JAX ,AIR NEWS r Pofle El v>.


Eight Linksters In F____ Darkest of Dark Horse

Class 'B' TourneySemifinal

RoundThe Nines Victorious Agoin

field was slimmed to eight ComFair Jax jet black in a field of Mainside Intramural

in the first annual NAS Class Softball League dark horses, surged to its fourth straightwin

"B" Golf Championships as quarterfinal w last week, leaving in its wake Supply and VP18.A .
rounds ended last week-
game ending* triple play, tact its skein of three straight.Bob .

end.Bill Bassett defeated John pitcher Arts Melsinger to second: StephensoutlaatefT Wallace

Moughan, 4 and 3; F. B. Mesmer r.L baseman Jack Or luck to catcher Whiting on the mound.

walked off with a 5 and 4 victory Dave Barksdale, made the task At Yorktown Field, Wednesday, f

ever Don Peterson; S. A. Biely easy against Supply, 72. VC-62 engulfed FaetuLant, 13.3,
nipped C. H. Samuelson, 3 and ; tallies \Uth to run its record to 31. Faetu
1 Orluck enrolled five
2 and Dr. Queen edged Dudley in 6. Lant returned Thursday to surprise -
three for four and Ray VVehmeyer
Johnson, 1 up. VP-5, 8YW. -..
In second flight play, Hugh authored a two-run homer as -( administered a 14.3 lickIng -

: McLaughlin bested J. F. Lyons, ComFair Jan deposed of VP-18, to hapless. VP-18, the FatinN

I 3 and 2; Jack Hartman walloped 13-0. I men's fourth consecutive loss, !In,

\ J. E. Andrews 6 and 5, and Fasron 109, Faaron Six and as many tries.
Paul Treitel eliminated A. C. still undefeatedafter
Hospital were
Gault, 4 and 3. A two weeks of play, each MAMHNGSTfurn "'. T-:.
A second flight match betweenE. --- ComKalr fax .........It .. .... 4 0Fairon ,
with identical 3-0 records. 30-1) .. ............... ::1 0 I
F. Stacy and Tom Lewis must ATLANTIC FLEET CHAMPS-These Fleet ,Air Jax splkers Fasron Six ,................... 1 0<
of 12
Mill be off. playing under VT-16's colors were crowned Air Force Atlantic Don Clldewe4r string; Hospital Of.........,.. .,..... ::1 0,
played scoreless InningsM snapped VCM ............... ......... :.1 1
Prizes will be awarded to win Fleet volleyball champions last week following a six-tune double VW-4 ........................ ;.1 I
elimination tournament at NAS Quonset Pt., K. I. Team membersare by CoSt, but Fasron 109 was NARrt ............... .......1: :a;
ners and runners-up in each (left to right) standing: Don Oswalt, Fasron 109; LarrySulln and till better than the Composite' Operations' ...::::::::::::::::::: I 3FAW11 1
flight. The an innovation VP-16 Gene Lewis VP.16 Frank Merson VP-5,
tourney ,
; ; ,, ... .
nine 5-%. VC-62 was pre>'lou FartuLant ...... ....... 1 1
in station golfing circles, was Art Douglas, VP16. Kneeling, player-coach Jim Donnelly, Fas VP-5 0 4VP1R
ron Nine; Larry Snook Fasron 109, and team captain John ly unbeaten.In :::::::::::::::::::::::: : 0 4
planned specifically for golfers Senecal, VP16. sirpiy' ..... ..'.. .. ..... ...... 0 4
the week's lidllfter at Sara
with an attested handicap of 26or I I
toga Field, Fasron Six shunted

more. FAW-11 18-2, with Bill Burgesson

Air Lant Volleyball Crown the mound. FikCNiP F\

Fasron 109 Has Elsewhere Monday, VW-4 annexed -
a 17-11 decision from Operations

Won VP-16 Gators and Hospital belted Sup- !
Slight Edge Ins uly, 113.

NAKTU rebounded from
"* an
Men's City PlayFasron VP-lG's* quest for Navy volleyball supremacy reachednew insouciant Inauguralteek to

proportions aa a group of spikers representing the Fleet dump FAW-11, ]%.3, and VI"-' Like any other sport, golf haft

109's oft-vlctoilous Beavers Air Jax squadron copped the ComAir Lant tourney at Quonset 51.! Earl McDermott and H.R. certain rules and regulation

hold' slim flist-place lead t I Point. R.I.. last week. Walking hurled the win, re- which should be observed Thee

in Men's City League compc- I The Gators disposed of all competition pectlvely" rules have been made for you,

tion as the popular night soft- I in the doubleeliminationevent era One of the rare defeats administered Hospital claimed a shaky S-'I I I the others playing and the goodof

ball circuit ended the third weekof to earn the right to represent Florida State's, volley- verdict from VP-5 to keep In. the course itself. -

play. Alt Lant in the Atlantic Fleet bailers was given the high-rank' I RULE FIVE

The leaders chalked up two Tournament Monday at Cherry ing collegiate aggregation by VP- a. Do not stand close t a, illreet
wins last week and now hold a Point, N C.: : NAS Center
16, campaigning under Jax Navy ly behind the! ball or hole, move*
%).1 mark. The Fasronltes opened On the way to the crown, VP. nor talk when another player to
the week with a 6-5 come-from. 16 came from behind to defeat colon. Waves Nines making a stroke.b. .

'behind win over NATTCenter. VP-21 of Patuxent River, 12-15, Members of the championship Person Inning( "the previoushole

Arlington Grocery was turned 15-12 and 151. squad, &attached to Fleet Air Win In CityThe ho the honor of feeing eft+
Favorite Gutted
back 3-0, a" Don GVldewell spun I Jax units, are: John Seneca captain first.
a neat two-hitler. The Gators were extended by .
VX-3, heavily favored tourney entry I ; Gene Lewis; Larry Snellen, NAS Waves Softball team

In the Commercial League atLackwanna from NAS Atlantic City, but and Art Douglas, of VP-16. picked up its first win of the 1954 Looms As
Peak, Broward Lumbar
came through with the match and young season by romping over
Also, Frank :Merson of VP-5;
Co. defeated O tc R, 10-6.
" Gulf Life, 22-1, Monday night at
championship, 15-12 and 1614.
In another fray, the NATTCenr Jim Donnelly, Faoron Nine and Season For
Nine other type commands will I Murray Hill Playground. Big
Marines came with an 8-
up Don Oswalt and LArry Snook,
in the Atlantic Fleet
Nancy Ward, with a peafeetfour
run final inning to tip Gibbs, 117.
Tourney along with the AirLant both from Faeron 109. for four, and Ellen Catlson, Local LinksmenAs
At Brentwood Park, fa t-baller
The Jax-based champions
champions. with four for five, paced the win
Bill Burgess hurled a one-hit 10-
must be rated at or near ners at the plate. The losers gota
Fleet Air Net Meet the varsity golf season
o win over Broward Lumber Co.
the top on the basis of experience mere
two hits off Bonnie Brown.
Burgess of Fasron Six faced only] I' VP-16 is in the eighth straight Set 25-28 grows shorter, Jax Navy's lone
May A home run barrage gave the loss to the University of Georgia
19 batters in the seven-inning tilt. month of active competition. The
f ComFair Jax Tennis Tournament NATTCenter Waves a 32-3 victory looms as the only probable
Ronnie Nelms collected a homer'IInd
local outfit won thfe flrat annual
I will be held her May over Springfield in the night. defect of the campaign.The .
two lor the winners.
Jan: Navy' Open and finished run .
25.28: it WM announced early cap, tusale. Fliers offset the defeat ,
Naval Hospital, behind the two. ner-up in the St. Petersburg
Alice Kaldunski with three, with 11 victories latest
this week. of which
hit hurling of Carl Burgess, overpowered YMCA Invitational and State
OAR 91. Bob St. Johns AAU tour niH. Entry lists, limited to three Jean Larsen, Edna Christensen, came last weekend in a runawaywin

drove in four runs with a double String 0( Wins singles and a doubles team, Anne Lloyd and Viola Proctorhit over the University of Fla
"B" team at the
and a single A fourth place finish in the must be submitted by May 20. homers for the winners. links.
Mid-South Invitational was also Jar Navy finished with a 24.

-- garnered by the crack Navy npik- X margin over its leHH-n p'erl-
I -i- enced foe*. Bert Individual effort
i were turned In by TA

YESTERYEAR I Augusta, Braves End Barnes and Lou Rrozo, both with

one over par 73'11. ..
' Sally Series Tonight ..
t Another in a weekly feature 1r- : :; The team of Comdr. Frank
I that brings to life performances I Jacksonville's pennant contending A lleyer and Bob Wallace bested

1 on the Naval Air Station *poit Braves take another look at Al Florida's Dave Ragan anal Larry

! scene from dusty Isxuea of. the Unser's Augusta Rams at 2000 I 1 9 1I Moore; Barnes and Lew Chaff of

Jax Air News. tonight in the terminus of a four. Jax Navy upended O K. Fletcher

TEN "E.nC O TODAYThe game series at the Myrtle Avenue and Al Kelley, with Navy's

Jax Navy Fliets trouncedthe diamond. e Chuck Summit and 1 Hroo defeating

Waycross AAF nine 12-2, In Saturday tluough Monday the Jim Cameron and Man 1< clel.
the season's inaugural for the local improved Macon Peaches invadethe i stein.

clyb.. The first ball was local orchard for singleton The llnkslers travel to TalUJiasc -

thrown out by Rear Admiral Andrew Sunday's game time Is 1500 I tomorrow for a match

C. McFall, Chief of NAOT. After a short road trip, the with Ilorlila Stat '",r te artist*.

FIVE YEARS AGO TODAY Braves return home May 24-26 to Since the IT of Ju defeat in

Marines and CPO's were staging do battle with league-leading i M1z mid-fceaton, the Hler Iiave

a neck-and-neck struggle in i Montgomery. ported hit: might win*.

the American League with Faa- I A reduced fate of fifty cents for In Saturday's Blind Bogey competition .

Ton Six pacing the National circuit servicemen in now in effect. Uniforms at the station greens

M Mainside intramural softball are not required but ID ward, Chuck Dawson (90-12)) captured

competition closed out its cards must' be shown. fC"4 first prize with the lucky

third week. ,.--- ,.Ir' ir.1H"u.R.Jllil.1..l.. : ; number 78. Second place was cap
tured by Francis Flynn ((8 .10)
Recruit: "Chief, were you on LUMBER-LUGGING LASSIES-Here's that heavy hitting
with 75.
Why iff it that a woman who the Ark." trio of stickers for the NATrCf'nter'avtIJ entry in the Girls City a ,
ran spot a blonde hair on yourlapel Chief: "Certainly not!" League. Left to right are: Wilma Ellenberger, catcher; ,Edna Lou froze toured the 6,593
Christensen, shortstop, and Joan Hall outfielder. A battle of giants
at ten paces can't .te a Recruit: 'Then how come you yard course' with a two-over par
occurs Monday night at Murray Hill when the Center Wave
pair of garage doors? weten't drowned,' tackle the NAS Waves. I 74 for low grows honor

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Page Twelve ;JAX :AIR .NEWS 13 May 1954


U.S.A.'s Plentitude Amazes Student From


Tehran Iran Studying At: Center School

"Aojcn rad get v anerke" I.a is Iron Curtain. he said that he had heard a great i

phrase that you are not likelyto These words, which mean "I deal about this country from the

hear on the streets of the am very glad to live in America," "Voice of America" radio broadcasts

Kremlin, but nevertheless It may were spoken by Marine Pfc. Valentine but never had he' pictureda

. be ,one of the suppressed desires Volkov, a student at the land of such Plentitude

of the countless thousands of men, Airman School at NATTCenter. t *

women and children behind the .
S I Speaking both Iranian and Russian

but having little luck with .
Bom and raised In Tehran, Iran,
the oil producing country which English, Pfc. Volkov stated that .<
''he owes 'a deal to his fellow
rmID1.lml"OIt great
borders on the Caspian Sea and
Marines at the Marine Aviation
the USSR, and which is considered ;t
Detachment, whose patienceand
KENT one of the main links In the .
2 bdrm. unfurn. apt., $50. Ph. 2- chain of relations between the understanding are helpinghim :--. : k .y ,aK.
to learn the English Language
5190. A. W. Stanford. East and the West, Pfc. Volkov ,' irf

2 rm. turn apt., 933 Va Rosselle.Ph. came to America In Sept. 1952. complete and the thereby,Airman successfully School. :..:.."-.:...,..''.":'r
8-2655, Mrs. Rhodes. When questioned about his first :" "r"
lie further stales that educa- >
Unfurn. bungalow, Ortega. Near Impressions of the United States, '
tion takes a back seat to manual tJ-. ,: ."
NAS. 4031 Baltic, Mr. Grothe. ""
labor in the lives of children in ', <." /

Furn. garage apt., near river and the Middle East. Jle has worked ...........:..l't "U fi.' ''tiif J J.L:...19'<

NAS. 2919 Doric St. Ph. 2-5224, DATA with his hands all his life, and GETTING ALONG FINE IN U. S. A,-Pfc. Valentine Volkov.

Mrs. Harris. I&E I prior to His coming to the United right) from Teheran, Iran, receives a few helpful hints from
4 rm. furn. apt., 2636 Myra St. FROM States, was employed by a construction M/Sgt. Jerry Johnson, instructor at the handtool phatt of Airman I
School at NATTCenter. Volkov declares that "I
Mrs. Cowart, Ph. 78516. firm driving Cater- Preparatory am
. i a glad to live in America", and means every word of it.
2 rm. furn. apt, $tO 2615 Green USAFI has recently made a pillar tractor-at the age of 13.

St. Ph. 7-4548, Mrs. McJunklns. number of new correspondence .

3 rm. turn apt., 431 Dellwood. curses available to members of A very tall sailor with very Reveal WinnersFor SAFETY

Ph. 5-4536, Mrs. Field. the armed forces. These courses long feet stopped for a shine. The

Furn. efficiency apt. 3801 Valencia are completely up-to-date, and shoe-shine boy took one look at April In Box Score

Rd. Ph. 2-7852, :Mrs. Richmond the most modern H attainable. the expanse of leather and calledto Disabling Injuries Through

i First is a new course In English his partner: "Hey, come here Fishing ContestThree Tuesday, May 4

2 bdrm. furn. house., $G5. 328 Composition and Grammar, and give me a hand. I.just got a This Month 0

Milwaukee, Orange Park. Mrs. called Practical_ English Usage II. Navy contract. more winners have been This Year I

Boatwright. This course is designed to teach awarded prizes In April competition Days Since Last
of the old USAFI Algebra course.
of the Civil Service Employees
furn. 1218 the student to and'speak
2 rm. cottage apt. write Lost-Time Accident 11
This course has been revised to
Black Bass Con-
Challcn Ave. Ph. 2-0291, Mrs. correctly and clearly. Fishing
present its subject more clearlyand GIRGABOAM-
Hanks. Another is Jet Aircraft test.Winner
new course -
in a more interesting man
i in the men's division
5 furn. house NAS. Slogan for
rm. near
Engine. This Safety May"To
course covers
ner. For all who want to go on was Francis Wagner, of PublicWorks
2335 Westbrook Circle. Mrs he history of the. Jet engine, its in Mathematics, this should be who Make Your Life Last, Put
transportation, pulledIn
.. Bigbic. Ph. 25419. design, theory, and operations, including an excellent course. To order these 13 10 Safety First." ,
one weighing pounds,
6 rm. furn. home In Venetia. Ph. service, maintenance, and Remember this slogan it
to the Education
courses come up
at Lake
ounces, DeLancy, on a
88-0412 Lcdr, R. L. Rupp, .
inspection. This course should bea means money.Looking
Center, Building 955, Topside.The shiner. Jle'wins a Mitchell spin
4349 DeMedia. valuable supplement to the
GED testing center will reel.
ning I .
2 bdrm. furn. apt. 3233 Post St. Navy training courses on jets.A be open,, on Monday and Thurs Mrs. Dorothy Roberson, wife of
l>h. 2-0891 Mrs. Farris.
replacement course In Advanced day nights only from now on. Jim Roberson of 0 &*R,. took For Place
Furn. 2604. Post. Mrs. ,
Algebra has also been announced On these nights testing sessions honors in the.women's division

2 rm. apt. Ph. 7-6084, Mrs. Boling. ,which takes the place will be held 'until 2100. liar catch was 8 pounds, 2 ounces, To Go-. Tonight?
3 rm. furn. apt. Ph. 8-1760, Mrs.
Ballcntine. 1 caught at Picolata Fish Camp on

shiner. She claims glass spinning
2 rm. furn. apt. Ph. 6-7876, Mrs. 'Now Hear This-
Flynn rod as her prize. .
Top prize in the children's division
3 rm. furn:cottage, opposite NAS,
went to Bernadette Moran, It will be open house for servicemen -
Air Base Trailer Park. Ph. 2-
eight-year-old daughter of Fire at the Arthur Murray
5410, Mrs. Schulz. Studios in Jacksonville, with
Chief Don Moran. Fishing at Scot-
4 rm. furn. apt., $60. Ph. 7-4944, ty's Fish Camp, Orange Park, she the dancing school opening its

Mrs Chittenden. caught a 4 pound, 5 ouncer, also doors every Thursday and Mon

3 rm. furn. apt., $50. Ph. 7.4944, on a shiner. Her prize is a Shakespeare day to servicemen.It .

Mrs. Chittenden. wonder-rod. will be a real, genuine

1 bdrm. unfurn. "apt. The Angles Commencing this month, a con treat for Navy personnel, who

Apt Ph. 2-5326, Whittington. solation prize will be awarded are welcomed to partake of

2 rm. furn. apt., $40. 2148 Ros each month, with the winner to the facilities of the studios, in

selle. Ph. 7-5461, Mrs. Emery. be picked out of a hat. Each employee addition to refreshments and

3 bdrm. unfurn. house, $125. 5341 who submits ah entry drinks-all FREE.

Diaz' Place. Ph. 8-5980, Mrs. ,, r., will be eligible. The size of the Studio manager Tony Brookesin
Ekwall. f +r. '4, M y catch nor the method will be announcing the open house,

Rms. for rent. Single $5.50, double considered for this consolation informs the Jax Air News that -

$8.50. Ph. 2-0087, R. Wiener. prize, as long as the rules are the first open house will be

2 bdrm. furn. home, 2114. Euclid complied with.Fishermen held tonight. Personnel of

St. Mrs. L. J. Royall, 1841 King are also requestedto course will be Invited to par-

St. Ph. 28838. have pictures taken of their ticipate in the main featureof

catches to have them published. the studios dancing The

roil SALE ,_ present program calls for two
5 bdrm. house, 4741. Ervington 'J 'f 'iK" 'I POSTPONE/ KEND open house nights per week,
Ave. Ph. 88-7247, Mrs. Glinis. BUGGY COLLECTION-"See, a perfect specimen says Lt. / but if
Blair "Bugs" Bailey to his friend Ensign Bill Mache. On the deskis EDUCATIONAL TRIPS/ more 'contemplated
Air Base Trailer
3 rm. cottage. the interest, 'warrants it, Mr.
a part of Lt. Bailey's unusual collection of bugs that containsover ;
Park. Ph. 2-5410, Mrs. Schulz 75 different species. The two officers are attached to Fighter No educational trips from the Brookes said..
It' Landloa Model 25 House Trailer. Squadron 44. Travel Bureau at the Naval Air
"Service 'personnel need but
Ph. 2-3003 Mr. Melchior. Technical Training Center are '

Avail.5311 June Janie 1., Circle Newly, painted Mrs. Schrav-CBII:, He Looks Eagerly Forward To Trip scheduled of the for Navy this Charity'Carnl.weekend because to Studios phone, 5-9619 The Arthur, for particu Murray

lars or just visit the studiosat
val,.. Harold Herbert, PN1, an
denbach. .
To 'Bug House' After Day's 213 W. Adams St.
2 bdrm. brick home. 1746 Scfa, nounced.

Circle. Ph. 2-2819, Chief :Me For the.past two years all Lt. The next trip is Saturday, May .
I State College. 22, to, Silver Springs, and Sunday .
Clelland. Blair Bailey of Fighter Squadron
A minor domestic rebellion was Art Mooney Plays
1951 26 ft. ElCar house trailer 44 could look forward to after a wife May 23, to Marineland.my .
averted when his Ruth, a
$1700. R. E. Eddenfield, ETC, hard day's work, was another trip is
former Navy nurse whom he marrled entire ,
River View Trailer Park, Green to the "bug house. For Crew's Dance
in 1945, finally permitted him the Cicada of the Homoptera, reported -
Cove Springs. T hi. strange routine hasn't to bring his anthropods into their the veteran of World War
2 bdrm. house. Ph. 83-8694., A D
bothered the fighter pilot thoughIn
home. U and Korea. Tonight At EightWhitehats
Tait. 3 miles from N AS.a .
fact, he's downright enthu- Since then Mrs. Bailey's inter- That particular Insect survives
bdrm. home, 4137 Trieste Place siastic about the daily ritual. est in her husband's hobby has underground for nearly two dec will have a chanceto
Lcdr. Brown, Ph. 82675.
You see, Lt. Bailey is an en- grown to the extent that she now ades feeding on roots'and smaller preview Art Mooney's nation.
3 bdrm. brick house, $2195 down,
'$61 mo. 5147 San Juan Ave tomologlst (a bug collector) and helps him capture the diminutive subterranean bugs. It emerges ally famous band at a Crew'sDance
per the "bug House" Is his Jackson- creatures. Bailey says the Insecthe then only long enough to complete -
Ph. 8-5369, Eugenia Melzer.MISCELLANEOUS scheduled tonight at 2QOO
S ville home at 4446 Shirley Ave., had the most difficulty capturing Its essential egglayingchore.

where he keeps a collection of 75 is the very common, but unusually This species is known to at Malnside gym.

different species of insects. agile, dragon fly most of us as the 17-year Locust The Art Mooney band, which
to Detroit vicinity
wanted or
Ride S S Although he already holds a will be one of the feature attrao
15. Ph. 3-043,
around May nicknamed He caught one bug, a two-inch master's degree In Entomology, tlons at Friday and Saturday'
.. Harlan. 7124 Pearl St. Appropriately
Dick Mrt. Smith "Bugs" by his fellow-pilots, Lt. long locust, as his ship was passIng ."Bugs" plans to attend the University Navy Charity Carnival, also played
will baby evening Bailey began his Interesting hob- through 'the Suez Canal. of California to study" fora for dancing at the Ofti er',
Ph. by In 1946 while a student at ''The most Interesting: specie of Ph.D. Club last night.