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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: July 1, 1954
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( 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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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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VOL-12 No. 14 UNITED STATES, 'NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 1 July 1954

Home of Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District; Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville; Fleet Air Wing 11; .Naval Air Technical Training Center


No Action Fasron ,Six I r"'r: ,U


On Pay Hike y v.. Tops 1,000 J pg


For Military ,* Hours AgainFor _
\J 4 t
The military
pay the sixth i consecutive
bill, which has been on
table of the Defense month Fasron Six has topped

ment for action this year, 1,000 hours of night time. Up

,apparently been killed by to M"onda the total had reached

submission of charts to 1,136 hours.

Senate Appropriations The efforts of the Instrument -

mittee: Flight Training Unit havo
The charts demonstrate
made this record possible. Some
take home pay of men in L
form exceeds that of v 159 men have graduated from

civilian employees in IFTU during the past year, .
ble" grades. i with 33 students in the most recent -
LEAVING JAX Com Jr."Doc" .
The Defense Department, at graduating class. Lyons, Industrial- Medi
request of Sen. Homer cal officer of NAS Jax, leaves
Recent additions to the staff
(R. Mich.), prepared a series for his new assignment aboard I
charts which, along with a of IFTU are Lt. Marion Guiz.dala ;. the USS Yosemite, destroyer
ering letter from Defense Lt. George Kernan, Lt. tender, at Newport, R. L

troller W J. McNeil, were James Shows, Lt. (Jg) Millard
a part of the record of the Ball and Lt. (jg) James Miyat. Dr. Lyons Leaves
mittee hearings on the

appropriation bill. Post As Industrial
Defense officials pointed DUNKING- TO OBSERVE JULY 4th

there was no connection AA, receives a
WITH/ GUN SALUTEIn Medical OfficerWith
the apparent decision to her classmates at
any request for a general School as commemoration of the
nation's 178th anniversary of the departure of Comdr.
1,000th Wave
tary pay raise bill, and the from the school the Declaration of Independence William F. Lyons last week, Naval
ing to Congress of a In 1951. Air Station Jacksonville not
'
a 21-gun Salute will be
bill to raise the pay of the old heave-
only lost its Industrial Medical
fired Monday, July 5, at NAS 1
( to right( Arlene
men and cadets to half the
Ifannafo d, Jacksonville. officer, but personnel here loata
Of a second lieutenant. or and !Margie. The salute will be fired from good friend.
apprentices. the station's twin battery of Better known as "Doc" to thousands

three-inch guns at five seconds of civilians, Comdr. Lyons,
Capt.
OUTLOOK intervals beginning at 1200. in turn, could call most of them
Station by first name. They were the t
Retires and partly cloudy personnel, militaryand workers in the shops who had .
civilian, will be excused .
and eve called at hia office for medical
from work Monday in observance -
30 YearsCapt. 2)I of the day as a legal hol- aid, the supervisors who soughthis
.
advice on industrial medical
iday.
Howard V. Hopkins 2)A problems, or the new employee *
ed over command of all Fleet : i who needed a physical examina
Jacksonville units to Capt. : tion.
dore O. Dahl Wednesday "Doc" Lyons held office hours
ing during informal I wherever he happened to be, and
He then retired as a rear he was never too busy to lenda
helping hand, day or night.
al after completing 30 years COn
26 days naval service.
Captain Dahl is presently July 12, Comdr. Lyons will
Commander Fleet Air Wing 11 I report to the USS Yosemite, a
destroyer tender based at New-'

port, It.. I., for duty as medical
Hop officer with additional duty on
tenure I the Staff Destroyer Force Atlantic
chief I Fleet. His relief will be Comdr.
M staff Rexall Goodman, who will come

then /) 7 here from McAlister, Okla.

man d ,, In the past five years Comdr.
Fleet Lyons has served as Medical Officer
of the station he has worked

son v closely with the Safety Divisionin

gave finding and' eliminating indus
his trial medical and toxlloglcal hazarda. -
tour He has instituted a noise

" duty survey program., ear-deafness! protection

Capt. Hopkins-' Jax. .
lie served as commanding
cer of the Naval Air AWARD-For placing third among 173 Dr. Lyons, during his duty here,
Training Center here in In the 1953 Fire Prevention Week campaign has cut down on the percentageof
Jacksonville has received Certificate
a of "sent homes" from 30% In
1947. C. McCaffree, NAS Jax commanding officer,
The veteran naval officer right), presents the certificate forwarded by the 1948 to 6% in recent months. Iris!
graduated from the Naval Operations, to Fire Chief Don !Moran, during cere- patients numbered 25 a day whenhe
i Tuesday. Left to right are: Aubrey Evans, as- arrived, and 100 a day when
emy in 1924 and won his ( ; Moran; Captain McCaffree, and Lt. Col. Paul he left. lie instigated a record
aviator's wings in 1927 has officer.
file on all employees seen, and
with
practically every type
all
new employees examined.
Navy squadron. I m
Aircraft carriers he has Good Until Sept.- 11 Comdr. Lyons also developed a J
fool-proof of
system
controlling
manded include the USS Form 720, will new passes.
tuberculosis aboard the station by
.
Islands and the USS The Securi- The new dependents card will
assuring that all
persons employ.
reveals that at-
When he took command of i
be a streamlined affair, with ed here received annual chest X-
Saipan in November 1949, he made to have
lieved the present : by July 6. picture, finger prints, and oth rays.

chief of staff, Capt. Richard have from that er data, similar to the service- Following duty at the Harvard
School of Public Health where
to the man's ID card.
acquire
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sage Two JAX AIR NEWS 0 1 July 1954





JflflJik Ifs MOVIES MAINSIDE


'Thursday, July 1

Wicked Woman.. .Beveily Michael

Published every Thursday for Navy and Marine activities at Naval Air Friday, July t + ,
Rlatlon. Jacksonville, Fla. Y
NAS, aek."flll. Hondo ...... ......... .......John Wayn e E .
t-.Pt. Burnham C. McCaffree .... ........................Com!!'sndtng< Officer S
Comdr.: John D. Blllch. -..... -.,-- I., 1111I..1J1I.1IH..IU1-.U--1 JXetuUOU1cer!: Saturday, July
heel Air 1 ".. Money from Home... Dean Martin,
Capt. Howard V. ITopkln ."". ..'".T- .. .. .... CommaniU'rPt. ( .
Ca Richard O.:Greene .;::: "':.'::. :. :.:.:.:.:::.:::::.::. :::..:.::. .:::::::.::::. ::::::. Chltf i vt Staff Jerry Lewis

Fleet Air Hint Elevci; XATTCENTEKThursday .
Capt. Theodore Dahl .. .Commander
Comdr Frank D. lleyer ..............i.-- ._ .... ....... .. ., .Chief Staff Officer July 1
l al Air Tetanltal Tralalf. Caster Frances Joins the
Capt. David Ml'Campi', ......,
:Commanding Officer
Coradr. Wilson R. Bai Hell.! ?..,_?.?...?_.._... .--,?..,..,...,......,..J:: < nasal Hospital Friday, July 2
Capt. Edward S. Lowe ....,-.,-... .... ...Commandlne Officer ,,
Cap\. L. At Newton _""..... ? Executive Officer Wicked Woman..Beverly Michael 1 y.

Capt. John L. Counlhan. ..,MABTO...-,,._......,,.... .... -.Comm ndlnlt Officer Saturday, July S
Comdr. C. Guy $uum_ ----Executive: OIBcer Hondo ..........................John Wayne

The JAX AIR NEWS tl published\ weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station. HOSPITAL
Jacksonville. Hoi Ida, and printed commercially with non-app r.prlsted fund Thursday, July 1 ii
at no to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35. trey.Nov. .
:
lf.'nto are dlitrlbult'd free of a at the Naval Air Station I the White Hell..LlzeletU Pulver .. ...... _. ,
Naval Air Technical Training C'nter. Naval AIKr Renent Training Unit: tsavil Friday, July -- ,--.,..,.. ,- ..
Air Station Cecil: Held, and the U. ::!. Naval Hospital.
Editor Andrew II. Flaney France Joins the SWORN IN-John Tye, Overhaul and Repair department em-

Aftnlstant tltor--n.len Harper: Spoil Keillor: -Gordon! Robbie. JOT; WACS .............Donald O'Conner ployee Is being sworn into the Naval Air Reserves by Capt. JohnL.
Staff Rt'pol'lel'-Jlm Ryan, AN; Clrcu i alion-DlsUlbuUon-: Paul, AO3; Counihan, commanding officer of Naval Air Reserve Training
Irene Crase, SN.
Saturday, July S Unit. Tye returns to the unit in his rate of ALl and will be as-
The JAIL AIR NEWS I Is a member Of the Armed Forces Press Service. Wicked Michael
AFPS material appearing in tM. publication may not be rf'pllntedlIhout Woman..Beverly signed to Weekend Warrior squadron VP-741. Tye will be rejoining
fe written permission ot Armed Forces Press Sari toe. publication of other .. many of his old shipmates with the recommissioning of1'.7U
matter Editor., JAX except nfftceiEloocgated by se.vice publication, la prohibited without permission of Helicopters To JoinSubHunting 1 \' under its old skipper Comdr. Charles Rogers.

Editorial Main.. Administration Dulldlnj. Phone exlensloni -
H84. 216 and 8164.'Take .
: FleetThe Owning Or Use Center Chaplain


I Your Time-Not Your Life! I going: Navy's to have sub-hunting additional fleet equipment U Of Fireworks Returns To Far

through the use of helicopters.

Fourth of July Flags fly- safely from the holiday outing I A tandem-rotor Dell IISL-1 Banned Here Eastern
has arrived at the Naval Air Test Duty
ing bands playing-hearts Remember Safe Driving' Is Owning or exploding fireworks -

pounding! Smart Driving -- It Could Save Center at Patuxent Md., after on the Naval Air Sta- Returning to the Far E a > t

Your Life. Don't Be A Statistic! flying 1,465 miles from Bell Air tion or in Dewey Park is pro- where he had duty in World War
There have been many changesin craft's helicopter plant at Fort
Don't let death take your holiday I hibited, according to Station II with the first and third Marine -
our way of living since thatfist WOI tit: Texas.
; Take your time, not your life. Instruction No. 8050.1 Divisions and during the Ko
July 4th, 178 years ago, but A
t I sub-hunting helicopter also This is in accordance with
rean conflict aboard the ctuuser
folks haven't much in the
changed ha been
produced by Sikorskythe
I the laws of the State of Flori-
Light Plane Seen USS Manchester and USS Dairo-
feel about this
way they memorable XHSS-1 which made its initial [-
da and city ordinances of the ko, Lcdr. David.Humphrt"fI, Pio
in the in which
day or ways official flight in late May.
For Pilot
Training City of Jacksonville, which testant Chaplain for Airman Preparatory -
they like to celebrate it. I Both planes will each carry
A new, all-metal, light training prohibits the sale or posses School at NATTCenter,
The only I difference is that four men, two sonar operators,
plane has been selected by the sion of fireworks. will be detached from duty here
there are so many more folks today and two pilots, and are equippedwith
Navy for future use by flying Fireworks include firecrackers July 9.Chaplain.
and, with the aid of modern the latest dipping sonar for
students in the Naval Air Training skyrockets, Roman candles Humphreys, wille t I 1 v
transportation, they can travel so underwater detection, and are
Command. The present basic armed with pin wheels, torpedoes and known in Jax religious circle, ,
much faster and farther than lightweight homing
trainer, the NOlth American T- any other explosives used as will report to NAS 'AUugi, Japan.In .
they used to. It was quite an weapons for deltro'ingJnlleE'n
i
28B, will be used for the second II III a fireworks display. addition to his war service
event back in the good old day'! enemy pubs.
step in student training I Parents of children living on in the Far East, the Navy Chap- .
when grandfather hitched up old \ They are capable of speed of
Dobbin and took the family to a The new plane, designated T- 120 knots, and can stay aloft the station or in Dewey Park lain has a personal Interest in

Kourth-of-JuIy picnic five milesor 34 primary trainer, is poweredby ; t three and a half hours. Both will be held responsible for the Orient. His wife's patent,

so down the road. a 225-horsepower Continental j( have autopilots, which will enable compliance with this order by Dr, and Mrs. H. M. Lane, have

Now his grandchildren, and engine, has a top speed of 180 ( them to hover motionlessfor / their chidren. spent more than. 45 yearn m

miles hour, ,and is manufactured I Japan.Dr. .
per long periods of time without
great' grandchildren think nothing -
of hopping Into one of today's by Beech Aircraft Corp. fatiguing the pilot, while the sot IServices Balk: At Cut and Mi's. Lane returned to
Wichita, Kunsas. the U. S. during World War )I,
nifty versions 1 of the I inarmen operate the dipping gear. In Auto Allowances
---- _. I but went back to Japan to ie-
"hOrl'flf"MIi carriage and whizzing < Legislation to cut automobile
sume their missionary work a*
500 mile away to do their > travel allowances has apparentlybeen
teachers at Hekkaide XJniveisity
celebrating, !j blocked completely by the
in in 1950.
Sappare, Japan,
You may think you've got it three services. Three economy .

all over poor grandfather whenIt moves, suggested by the Comp

comes to having fun but, be a r f '9rR troller General, were not incorporated Official SealApproved

that as it may, his chances of surviving into the appropriationsbill.
"
a grand and glorious .

Fourth were considerably better There is apparently no other

than yours. : action planned to put them into
I t j '
For MarinesFor
Traffic-Jammed highways and effect elsewhere.More .

speeding motorcars will end in 1i.Na I t the' first time In the J7S
i\\
tragedy for many over this 'Bucks' For years of Marine history, the

Fourth-of-July weekend Don'tlet "II. i official ,
Corps now has .a standard

it happen to you. Resolve toj 1 .it, ', : :. :k seal, its adoption, which hd
k Monthly
Safety
be a careful driver, a courteous I ,: been approved by President Eisenhower

driver, a driver who is mindful of i The new seal incorporates

his speedometer and who obeys I I : ::''f Slogan Contest he; traditional Marine Corps em.

traffic laws a driver who will If personnel hope to win a blem. In the new seal, the emblem

be among those who return home i'a mounted scarlet background
.-:. "lucky buck" or a free meal on a

.' ...ri... ': ...',':..,' ticket, they'll have to memorize encircled with a Navy-
.
<> .. the blue band etched in gold.
'
:
..." ...'., (.( new safety I'Ilog'an-tor'
,. '.:' July which is: "It's Better To Around this is a gold rope rim

,I Be Dead Sure, Than Sure and "Department of the Navy,

.. Dead!" U S. Marine Corps" inscribed In
------ >:'; :"11_
"Lucky Bucks" and free gold letters. The seal was designed
READY FOR TRIP
CATHOLIC I Gaynell Cook, SA. left-),Wave and meal tickets to the Civilian by the Heraldic Branch of the

2 ServicewomenClaim Marine P/c< Janet Hunt of Cafeteria continue to fall into Army Quartermaster General It
Sunday, Mass-0800, 0900, 1000- I
NATTCenter pack the hands of standardizes the
luggage personnel who are the seal used by
St. Edward's Chapel. Title As prior to leaving last Friday by on the ball safety-wise. Marine Corps since 1936.
plane for Miami and an all- I
Saturday-0800. fxpenses'paid weekend trip. If you ran quote, within a

Daily-0630. 'Most Military1Two The two were selected as "most few given seoends, the correct

military" at monthly inspections safety slogan for the month, SAFETYBox
0630 M
Sunday- 's at Hospital of their
commanding of. the
Servicewomen from the Voice of Safety will hand
ficers at the
Chapel. Training Center Score
NATTCenter, chosen as "U 0 15 t during June over to you a crisp one-dollar

MORMON Military" by their commanding trip. bill, or a free meal hit Disabling Injuries Through

1930 Wednesday NATTC officers at monthly inspection, Quartered" at the Recent safety slogan winners Tuesday, June '29
Allison
Chaplain's Office.CHRISTIAN Hotel include Kermit Jones, This Month 2
made a 'beachhead at Miami last :Miami, the two vUlted Supply.
SCIENCE3900TuesdayNATTC weekend on an all-eocpense-pald night MIami Fiscal; Doris Reese, OAR; This Year *

) Chap. trip to the South Florida resort' were conducted upotfl Saturday and Charles Pate, Public Works: Days Since Last

Iain's Office. ,city, r... on tl1aht..W'lng'ton Gloria Crapse, Comptroller's Office Lost-Time Accident '

PROTESTANT Wave Gaynell Cook, SA, of the Pfc. Hunt held a family reunIon Medical, and Doug Whiddon, HM3, GIRGABOAM-
all
D930-All Saints' Chapel. Photo Laboratory, and Marine with her brother, Pfc. Robert "lucky bucks of whom won July Safety Slogan

1100 All Saints' Chapel. Pfe. Janet Hunt of AK School, Hunt, of the Marine Corps Air by, Industrial, plus Mary Sel- "It's Better te Be Dead Sure,

815-Navel Hospital Chapel. the two selectees, left last Friday Station at Miami. The two joined McAminch, Relations. ; Doris Than Sure Dead."

(Note: Addresses of local J night and returned early the Corps together and both M. ,I G. Sumpter, Supply Public Fiscal; J. Remember this slogan M

Churches may be obtained by rail- Monday morning on the holiday letted aviation. I I Works, who
were means .
I awarded meal chit.. money.I' _

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1 July 1954 JAX AIR NEWS Pago Three



Mechanical Units Sergeant Cited For Chasing Down Hit-Run Driver Polio Insurance J


Speed CompletionOf Sgt William A. Williams, on and.run driver who caused the less driving manslaughter and Plan Open For A

temporary duty from the Ma- death of a sailor, leaving the scene of the acci-

Supply ReportAlthough TTC rlne Aviation with the Detachment Jacksonville NAWilliams, who saw the acd, dent. New MembershipThe 'i a

dentave chase to the driver Williams,,-who halls I I from .
the final phase or' Beach Shore Patrol, was cited annual enrollment of new j
converting the Supply department : by Capt. Burnham C. M.Caf- and ran him off the road. The Scranton, Pa, was! cited I at members in the Infantile Para (

to a highly mechanized operatIng free, NAS Jax commanding ofdriver was later charged with commendatory mast last Tues lysis Group Insurance Plan in effect .
unit will not be complete until fleer, for apprehending a hit driving while intoxicated, reckday, at the Naval Air Station b&j j
July 9, last week the first gan Monday morning, and will I
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report was compiled on the new continue through Friday, July 16 I i
IBM equipment. it has been announced by th e ,
Comdr. To
Knight
Howard B. Steen, stock unit I f------l; I Wr1i Industrial Relations department. '
supervisor, handed to Lcdr. Louis i All civilian employees here are
Get Bureau Post
Brozo, Jr., the quarterly stock ; eligible for this covet age, It provides ,'.
status report, which was completed The number of personnel Inquir- protection in( the amount
in two and one-half hours by ing about the High School General I Leaves -Unit of $5,000 for each subscriber and ,
machine. Educational) Development I individual covered by the policy
The report, on the basis of Test (OED) has increased rapidly y',. Comdr, Kenneth L. Knight was dining a I pei'tod of three years .
which the Navy's General Stores during the past two months detached Tuesday from duty as" from the date of diagnosis of
Supply Office in Philadelphia will This article may be of help to A head of the Preventive Medicine. Polio.
automatically replenish depleted you !in understanding more about a 'f Unit No. 1 at NAS Jacksonville I The cost of a family contract )
stocks in the department, would the test, the benefits you may r He will report around the first which covet employee, spouse, I
have taken employees five workIng receive from taking the tests and ,,. of July to his new assignment as and all unmarried children up to
days to prepare manually. the procedures in applying for head of the Division of Preventive age 21 is $6,50 per year. The cost

MECHANIZATION of the Supply the test. Medicine, Bureau of ,Medicine and of a single contract is $275 per
department has been underway The High School GCD Testis Surgery !in Washington, D. C. His year.
for three months, with a five- designed to measure you relief will be Lcdr, F R, Du- )' .)'nu'nl" should be made only -
man committee from the Bureau ability to read carefully and to COMDR. KENNETH Channois who will' come here Islet'horn to the Insurance company,
KNIGHT Oflcer.In.charge I !
of Supplies and Accounts, under employ your own thinking, information I of Preventive Medicine Unit NAS Hawaii, and not to Station Polio (}roul). ,
Lcdr. Marvin Brooks, supervising and ideas in answering No. 1, detached to assume new S C Employees who wish to Join I
the Job A local committee, headed test ,que Uonl. A background of duty as head of the Division of ('owJr Knight arrived here in the Group Plan or those who dash
by F. Ray Forrest, assisted. fundamental information and experience Medicine Preventive and Medicine Surgery, Bureau of ; December '1951, the third Naval e to renew contracts, shall
Installation of the 45 machines, is requIred to understandand entomologist to head the local complete an application form and
all ,of which are leased from the interpret problem in the unit, known previously as the Ma- submit it together with premiums
International Business Machine subject area of this test DEADLINE FOR POW laria and'Mosqullo ,Control Unit. to theeplI.rtmenl\ leptesentatlve

Corporation, cost $6,500. As stock This test is Intended 'for persons CLAIMS AUGUST I Last December, he returned from 01 to the Employee Relations Office "t
control records start coming off who have not completedhigh a visit to Cuba where he was IRD, Building 907. Neceasaty ,
the machines, information on all school or who have never The deadline for ex-pi isoners-of- engaged in research of the mosquito application forms and additional .
phases of the work will be available attended high school. The resultsof war to file claims with the War problem theie Since then, information may be obtained
promptly, without delaying this test may be used in determining Claims Commission has been extended he has begun an extensive study from the following depatt-
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time lags, and greater efficiency the qualifications to receive to August 1, 1954. of Cuban mosquitoes, and has ment representatives:
of operation .will be assured a high school diploma or This extension is an amendmentto discovered t many unidentified 1 Dorothy Faraday, Overhaul and 1
NAS JACKSONVILLE is the equivalency certificate and to satisfy Public Law 303, 82nd Congress, I specimens Repair; Rosalie Pottn, Louise
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third naval air installation tote college admission icquire- which provides compensation at 1 Bragg, Christina! Wilson or Jennette \I

equipped with IBM units, preceded ments. the rate of SI.50 a day for each Prior to dllt.y at Sax, Comdr. Reilly, Public Works; Lillian .
by NAS Alameda, Calif, Visit theEducation: Center, topside day members of the Armed Forces Knight had been a member of Norris, Supply and Fiscal;
and NAS Quonset Point, R. I. Building 955, of the U S, were subjected to the Naval Medical Research Unit William H Harden, Jr., Security;

Mechanization of the Supply' department If you are not a high school forced labor and/or inhuman treat- No, 3 in Cairo, Egypt .Pauline Berrlen Administration,
here is in line with the graduate, for complete information ment during World War II. Comdr Knight, since, entering and Raymond ]Z. Dattes, Industrial ,
Navy's program to mechanize and concerning the test and how POWs who have filed prior to I the Navy in 1911, has served:; in Relations, for other depart. I
standardize methods of I April 9, 1953, need not file again men Is, I/
performing you may take it, call extension I all parts of the world, includingthe ,
.
.
stock control operations 8556. I Arctic He is a native of "i
throughout the Navy. The speed Wheaton, Ill., and was awatded! j
1 up in operation already is mak Pilot Ejected Below 2,000 Feet both his MS and PhD degrees at Suggests Branch
: ing a big difference, Navy officials 1- the University of Illinois I

4; Herewith revealed.Lcdr, Brooks on the From Jet Traveling 400 MPH ToStudvCitv'sTraffic .. -01 -

4i Bureau Committee are Roy Un- Bailing out of a disabled Navy VICTORY AT SEA Problems
zicher, Joseph Fallon, Clyde Kennedy of the ejection seat.
Jet traveling faster than 400 miles
l: and James McKenna The "I didn't ever think it could SHOW MAKES DEBUT Jacksonville civic leaders have
per hour is taking a big chance,
local committee was composed of happen to me," commented Sharp heard a suggestion to establishan
but when that Jet is below 2,000 "Victory at Sea", an abbre-
:i k Ray Forrest, chairman; Harold B. feet in altitude it's phenoml- "My training saved my life Everything viated version of the dramath Accident Prevention and! Investigation E
'J a Steen; Arlington W. Bennett, and I did from the time my Branch within their
nal If it's successful. Navy-NBC television series, S It
W Blaine Feely.Fancy plane went out of control I city Police Department.
r scheduled for its movie
premiere
Ensign L. Tommy Sharp, of
---- did by instinct"Ensign
a'a. VF-13 did it and lived early in July in New York Issuing the urgent need for .
Paint Job Returning to NAS Cecil Field Sharp's first act after City. The 97-mmute film doc- such a unit was Lt. Col. Paul
t reporting to his to S. Tieitel, NAS
from a routine gunnery hop, squadron was umentary will be distributed to Security officer
Sharp was preparing to land when find, and personally thank, M B. theaters throughout the United and commanding officer of th *
Makes No. 417 suddenly his aircraft went out of McCubbins, PRC, the man who States.I4TJlANKS Marine Barracks here,
control. packed his parachute SPEAKING: for the Traffic Ac-

Snappiest JetThe crash and headed lion Committee of the Jackson-
Sensing a fora ------- ---
populated area, the young flier ville-Duval County Safety Council
most beautiful jet of all- adjusted hid controls to changethe Colonel Treitel explained the
that's what the Hell Razors of plane's direction. He then y k problem to Jacksonville City i
Fighter Squadron 174 think of fired his ejection seat -sending Councilmen last week. Previously /
their F9F-6 Cougar, No. 417. himself crashing into "a nlghU r he had outlined the need t->
Completely glamorized from mare of rushing all'," members of the Civic Round

nose to tailhook, canopy to wheels, rind He'. Lucky Table.In .
number 417 looks like it had Just "When my 'chute finally opened comparing the records of
stepped out of' an ad describingwhat it felt as though my chest the Police Department for the
the well groomed Jet should had been ripped from the rest z 41s years 1M8{ and 1953: Colonel 1
look like.Designed. of my body" he said. "It seemed Treitel pointed out to hU listeners

by Ensign Robert C. 'like only a few seconds.. before e.r that traffic accidents last
: Tatom, a new paint Job was applied I touched ground *, year were almost double those of
,j<, to number 417 under the Ensign Sharp discovered: Just 1948. Figures indicated that there
a close supervision of Robert W. how lucky he was' when he reported were :3321: accidents reported in
Hashman, AMC. The actual paint back to his squadron. The 1918 and 6,050 reported in 1953,
-;;a brush wielding was done by members two Fighter Squadron 13 pilots NUKING' THAT 'same period,
t of VF-174'a maintenance de- flying in formatlton with him there was a growth of 33,000 in
partment during slack work pe- when the accident occurred told population, but an addition of only
; riods. him that he was below 2,000 feet two men in the Police Department .
; Sporting the giant "T" of Cart when he ejected himself and below both in the detective division {
tier Air Group One on its tail 700 feet, when his parachute It was revealed.At .

.,. section, 417 now has a white and opened, r- present there ate no facili!
____ ties for
yellow tim adorning iU nose, its Training: Credited proper analysis\ of the.
wings, tail and fuselage. Comdr, Landis E. Doner, com PAL"-Still garbed In his flight suit and trailing causes of accidents, and as a result -
Cougar( No. 417 is now the manding officer of VF-13, termed the parachute that lowered him safely to earth when he was many of the causes are not
forced recently to abandon hit I9F-6 Cougar over Jax:, Ensign remedied.
snappiest Jet in the Fleet Air I Ensign Sharp's experience as
Tommy Sharp (right) of VF-13 thanks M. Ii. McCubbins, ARC, Colonel Treitel
command "One of the most phenominal uses called for
; Jacksonville the man who packed his chute. a bureau
of six to eight men with


1 It's Better To Be Dead Sure, Than Sure Dead would specially the project analyze equipped a and start.investigate cars The to group give at:.


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VC-62, VA-45, Fasron 6, FAW-11, Fasron 109, VP-18 VF-13



I. Scouting Jacksonville Area SquadronsVC62 .




Fasron Six FAW-11 this week.
VC-62 haa seen quite a .shiftIn The Administration Division of New men logging aboard include
within the week.
personnel past Fasron Six held a farewell partyfor James N. Marshall, RMAN,
aboard for TAD until
Reporting its departing officers. Lt. Ken- and Robert E, Frame, SN, both
ordered to at Pen-
flight training neth Harper who left for dutyat from the USS Block Island (CVE-

aa ola, Fla., are Ensigns Robert NAS Cecil Field, and Lt. (Jg) 106)), Lt. Richard E. Hubbell joined
Merkle James Yates and Robert
Donald Minnegerode, being dis onto the staff as assistant
.Wehr. Other arrivals Carl E.
are
Was
charged. training officer. Formerly. he
Creamer, AOC; Joseph C. Better- Chosen for his outstanding integrity attached to VP-34, a FAW-11
'ton, PHC; Xenophon Beakes, AT3 character' in
and on the Job squadron in Trinidad B.W.I.;

', and John Karandisevsky, AT3. as well as off, and his all around All hands turned out Tuesdayto

Lcdr. Ted .Cr f3by, former offi- good work, James F. Justice, "pipe out" John P. Hileman,

cer-in-charge of Detachment 32, Aviation Metalsmith First Class, ADC, who is retiring to the fleet

aboard the USS Tarawa, received is the Fasron Six "White Hat of reserves, having put in his 20'

orders for NAS Jax. the Week." years of duty. During the cere- "NOT YOU, BOB"-"I want Bob White. No, not you, the

Jim the in June monies in his honor the other Hob White," says Comdr. James Cain, commanding officer
Lt. (Jg) Merle Gunnet, pitcherfor Joined Navy retiring of Fighter Squadron 172, pointing his finger at the "causes" of
Jax Navy baseball team, is 1940. lie has been attached to chief inspected officers and en- the confusion. This dilemma soon was solved by nicknaming Lt.

recovering from a recent nose several carriers including the listed men, then listened as his (Jff j ) Robert "Dirty" White (center) and Lt. (jg) Robert "Lily"

(\ USS Norton Sound, Essex, Franklin final orders were read. Finallythe White, (right).

All hands enjoyed a paily last D. Roosevelt and the Coral boatswain's mate officially commanding officer, and Comdr.

Friday at Cecil Field Sea lIe has traveled a good deal piped him out. WU lam C. Hartmann, exec., and Bob White Call

of the world and has an impres- a for the soft-
wives gave a party
VA45Muchsentiment sive record. Prior to reporting to Fusron 109 ball team last Friday. Hot dogs Is Both Amusin'And
Justice Comdr. Rolland L. Haslreiter
"asron Six was assigned was the
was shown this with all the trimmings
to VF-172. Justice hails from held the monthly personnel in-
past week as the pilots of VA-45 main Confusio'To
Hartford, Alabama.Lt. spection of Fasron 109 last Fri- I
dlh.'P
watched men' of the structure department -
(jg) Frank S. Glendinning, day. He gave the crew an outstanding I8
-
spray over the letter some people the name Bob
assistant operations officer, has in appearance and military
"F" on the tails of five AD413'awhich Old man stork struck twice in White suggests a bird, but to
received orders to report to bearing ,
are to be transferred to VP-18 last week as infant sons members of Fighter Squadron
Northwestern University at Evan- Good Conduct awards were given -
Quonset 'Point, R. I., for overhauland were born to two of the squadron 172 it brings to mind an enigma
repair.All ston, 111. At Northwestern he will to the following: Dale E. officers' wives. Lt. and Mrs. Rob- !
take a two weeks course on Indoctrination Peace, AE2; Lawrence P, Snook, became the parentsof that is as "confusin' as it is
ert T. Darcy i
five planes had seen combat Standards for N- AK2; William E. Giles, SK3, and Michael.Lt. "amusin'
a second son, Stephen
tour in Korea with the Blackbirds James A. White ADAN. Five It al when Lt. ( ) Robert
ROTC Instructors. men (jg j ) and Mrs. Norman R. began jg -
and now they are to be replaced Upon completion of his studieshe I were chosen as outstanding at the G. White reported to the Blue
Thorn became proud parentsfor
by the new AD-6'a which will proceed to Tufts College i the inspection. They were: DaleE. the third time with the birthof Bolts of VF-172. The Fleet Air

me being accepted by the squadron in Bedford, Mass., to aid and Peace, AE2; Donald R; Glide- their third son, Douglas Mac- Jax squadron already had one

from NAS', Norfolk. Eventually assist the Professor of Naval l well, AK3; Garland E. Lewis, DC- White-Lt. (jg) Robert J. White.

will all be of the old type skyraiders] Science instructing NROTC Students 3; Roger S. Wood, ADAN, and Gregor.Jack A. Keith, AM3, and Robert TWO WHITES are bad enough,

replaced by the AD-S's. in Navigation and Seaman- Randolph Saak, Jr., AN. L. Jones, AM3, were detached but when both hold the same

Maintaining a high degree of ship. Reporting aboard were JuliusE. rank have the first
this week and sent to the Separaion same name,
combat readiness is the primary Davis, ATI, from USS Daly. Center. are single, and reside at Bachelor

factor bf a carrier squadron and FA'l1Flock Richard D. Morgan, ATAN, has
in to Officers it
Two new officers reported Quarters, can cause a
pilots of VA-15 demonstrated this of personnel changes and returned from electronics in Nor the squadron this week from surprising amount of disorder.

fact at the Tactical Air Control the piping out of a retired chief folk, Va.Comdr.
CNAVANTRA, NAS Hutchinson, The two Whites were constantly -
exercises held at the Plnecastle spelled out the major news from I Rolland L. Hastrelter,
Can.. They were Ensign Hugo W. meeting over the phone and
Impact Area, south of Lake
Palm and Ensign Frederick G. '
singing a duet entitled "here.
George, Fla. Working in close cooperation -
with the members of Stone, Everytime someone would call

Tactical Air Control Squadron 4, for Lt. (jg) White, Robert White,

the pilots ran through various VF-13 Mister White, or just plain
When William G. Gibson, AD3 "
simulated attacks on ground tar- ; "Whitey, they would run each
4?* William A. Maxwell, AD3, and answcr'the
other down trying to
gets such as would be used In
::4 Kenneth M. Jones, AE3, departed
lose air support of ground troops. m
t VF-13 for discharge it broughtto call.FACING
Other squadrons from Jax that UP to the problem,
an end 3,888 days of duty in
participated in the operationswith members of the squadron decidedto
Fighter Squadron 13 for the trio.
VA-45 received a "well done" do something about it. The
Members of VF-13 extend a
for the part they played. first experiment in renamingthe
welcome to Joseph M. Schofner,
White boys was to do it on
AK1, who reported for duty from
the basis of their difference in
Plastic WillReplace
FAU at ComFair Jax as a relief
physique. Robert J. is tall and
for Marlow. Also reporting to fly
thin, so Jtc was named 'Takusan."
,
WooIn VF-13's Cougars were Ensigns
Robert G. is short and stocky, so
Leonard Diamond, Kenneth J. Far-
he became "Sukoshi." As
apt as
row and George C. Taylor. Reporting -
I LifeboatsA aboard until September when they were, the new names didn't

______ __ because few
_' ,_. ._ n stick-probably so
N "" '" they: will depart for Pensacola,
revolution in boat building is TOWING DEVICE-Edwin Farady, AOC, (left), with Fighter Fla, to undertake flight trainingare sailors could understand Japa
(in progress, the Norfolk Naval Squadron 174' demonstrates his new device for towing and releasing Ensigns William P. nese.
Shipyard is in the thick of stand a target from a jet to Lt. John Godwin, squadron ordnance Phipps
believe it or not-the boats officer. After a three-year search for a practical method of and Robert G. Sur. They reported The next try was successful.
performing this task, the Hell Razor squadron has decided to usei"arady's from NROTC Unit at Villanova Coming from no one knows
are being constructed, or rather device, a stripped-down, obsolescent bomb rack. University. where the nickname '"Dirty"White
molded in plastic. It is '
a process for Lt. (jg) Robert G,

completely new. VF-174 Chief Devises New MethodOf Board and "Lily" White or Lt. (jg) Robert
Policy
marked that
The change is so J., attached themselves ,0and

the boat shop expects to devote Towing Releasing Jet TargetA stuck. It's not as bad as it was,

a major part of its time duringthe Makes StudyOf but the name Bob White still

next 12 months to the new native Jaxon attached to confuses and amuses the Blue
.
needed his tailhook to make
product. H. L. Cotton, boat shop Fighter Squadron 174 at NAS Ce- an ReservesA Bolts of VF-172. _

master, and his men are startingon cil Field has just solved an ord- arrested landing. I 4p .

the second order ever givento nance problem that's been puz- FARADY'S ingenious device i is study made by the 1954 Na- 'Mighty\ Mo TappedFor

a Naval Shipyard for con- zling Navy airmen for nearly' mounted beneath the Cougar's val Reserve Policy Board is now

lUruction of 26-foot plastic life three years. fuselage through the catapult t under review by officers and InactivationThe

boats. / Chief Ordnanceman Edwin R. hold back hook. An' electrical I various Navy bureaus. The study

It was pointed out that the 50- Farady has worked out a suc- lead, which is connected to the which will establish new poll- battleship USS Missouil I,
the
boat order now being undertaken cessful method of towing and releasing suspension hook that release:I des, and alter some others for affectionately known as

follows the first reboards and banner targets from his the tow target, is plugged into I for the Naval. Reserve program, "Mighty Mo" is scheduled for in-

the after section light receptacle,. is scheduled to be activation, following participationin
the like. In the newer models squadron's F9F Cougar jets.VF'l4's'Hell sent soon to
t the annual midshipman training
Electrical release of the i ii
even these fittings will be re- Razors have been target I Navy Secretary Thomas for ap-
cruise this The
summer.
with various tow accomplished by means of con. proval.
The experimenting
placed by plastic. unique
Missouri, which has been on con-
properties of the plastic boats ing methods wince 951 when they trols in the cockpit.Development The Policy Board, headed by tinuous active service since com-

are what make them valuable to received their first Cougars. Their of his improvisec Rear Adm. Kenmore M. McMa- missioning in 1944, will report to

the Navy. F9F's are not equipped to per- target release was not the firs't l nes, Assistant Chief of Naval Operations the Pacific Reserve Fleet at Brem

The material makes the boats form this task. venture into the inventive fielc d l for Naval Reserve, mete erton, Wash., in September.

lighter in weight than wood, ONE NOT-too-successful meth- for Chief Farad)'. During < in May to review 133 various '

have a high strength-weight ratio od employed was attaching the three years he has been with the e recommendations received from drill pay status; Naval Reserve

are extremely durable, have tow line to the aircraft's tail Hell Razors, the veteran ord.- the field. uniform regulations, especially

non-magnetic properties, resist hook. To release the banner tar- nancemena has builta specia I Various reconffnendations studied white uniforms; active duty

the action of marine life, are easy get the tow pilot would simply ratchet wrench, inaugurated a i '' by the board included such agreements, and qualificationsfor

to repair, and are non-critical drop his tailhook. This means of training program through use o f categories as cutting red tape involved assignment to the Trainingand

substitutes for ('orrosion-r(' ist- towing proved impractical and a movie camera, and helped de- in effecting'transfer of a Administlatlon 'of Seserve

ant materials. dangerous when one tow pilot velop a mobile de-arming] device, reservist to a training, unit in a Program.

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High Grades Win Outline Summer



Honors For Three Program ForAllSaints



Center StudentsSoutherners Chapel

took two of three

honor awards at Naval Air Tech- A summer program for t h e

nical Training Center Schools children of All Saints' Chapel is

last week. planned for every Thursday: in

Pfc. Robert E. Allen, a native the Small' Chapel under the direction

of Jax, led his class of 34 at Aviation of Jean Maas, SN, who
has been associated with the
Electrician's Mate S c h o 01

with an average of 83.34. A grad- Chapel's two youth choirs for the .

uate of Landon High School, Pfc. past two and one-half years. "

Allen is now assigned to Instruc- The program will combine the

tor's' Training School at Airman choir rehearsals, Bible studies by

Preparatory School. 2 a Lt. Malcolm A. Carpenter, Chapel

At Airman School,Pfc.Thom- chaplain, and game periods. Children

as G. Ncason complied an a\er- : _Ji _______________________nnn_________________ between five and even yearsof
. age of 93.38 over the eight I age will assemble from 0900
SURPRISE VISITORS-Those who were at the right spots late last Thursday evening had
week to until 0945. Juniors and Interme-
course top a clans of their eyes a-popping at this bevy of beauties who paid a surprise visit to the Naval Air Station.
141. From Groe&beck, Texas, Traveling in a 10-car motorcade, the 18 lassies are all candidates for the 1\Uss'St. Augustine beauty diates will assemble from 1000

and a former student at Texas contest to be held July 3. Left to right are: Lois Salana, Jean Harnagc, Faye Mclcher, Joyce until 1100. For those of both age

Agricultural and Mining College, Stone, Donetta Goss, Claire Becker, Eileen Smith, Carole Smith, Darlene LaVlgne groups a special class will be
Alice Koutelas, Mallssa Butcher, Lucy Fazio, Janet Treble and !Margie Mitchell! All hail
Pie Neason Is now assigned to from St. Augustine. held between 1400 and 1445.

Aviation Electronics School at -- f BK&WBBnninBHHMnHMHBHHK&nHnMniAW\! OI' w.. 4"tiaRSPFtt r f'. ''9 IPS THE YOUTH CHOIRS are the

Memphis, Tenn. result of long and loyal service

James Boyer, AIUAVas hon YOU HAVE UNTIL volunteered by Miss Maas in the

or student at Aviation Storekeep NOV. I TO SIGN w Interest of the Chapel's young

er's Class A School. Boyer Joinedthe FOR OPTION ACT people. Directing, prodding, and

Navy in October 1953, and r frequently drawing from her seaman's -
after boot camp at San Members of the Armed
Diego
pay to provide extra I inducements
and Airman Preparatory ..Schoolat Forces with 18 years of service of parties and outings,

Norman, Okla, came here for are reminded that they x r for which no funds were avail
further schooling.He have until November 1, 1954
able, she achieved an attendance
will now go to NAS Pensa- to sign up for contingency op. L j ) through the winter of more than

tola for duty.Weekend. lion annuities for their widow 60 children.
and children. This extension
Miss Maas! has had equal success -
amends the Uniformed Serv-
Tide Table r with Giil Scout Troop 18, 1
ice Contingency Option Act of
x located on the Station. Under her
HIGH LOW 1953.
leadership the Troop achievedtwo
Contact Personnel office
your -
A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M
"firsts" it received second;
for further information.
Fri. .9:14: 9.35: 2:59: 3:00: class badges, and made a week

end encampment at the D u val
Sat. ..10:0210:20: : 3:45: 3:49:
High SchoolersTo County Girls' Scout Camp.
Sun. ..10:51: 11:05: 4:30: 4:39:
IN ADDITION TWO reciprocal -

Try Summer ---- .. ---"._.., ---- -. -- ...........----- ". dances were given by Boy
Spoilt Troop 131 and Girl Scout
LOOK, BUT DON'T TOUCH-It didn't take long; for a crowd
Reserve Program (to Rather once the 18 beauty contestants from St. Augustine: stop Troop 18, with combined group
ped for a brief period during their motorcade tour of the station picnic held In the hospital area
\ last Thursday. The figures on the left is a familiar one to Jax So devoted is the young Wave
school student
High 1,000 Air News readers. She is Janice LaValgne, voted as Miss YMF- to her volunteered work with theStation's I
strong, will turn Navy "boots" 144 (NARTU), and now a candidate for Miss St. Augustine, as is
SALTY HUMOR FROM this summer and give the Navy Janet Preble (right). youth organizations,
-------- that
when she Is
detached
HERE AND THERE I an opportunity to try out the Defense A fellow asked busy Walt Dis- active service next September from

Department recommended ney if he ever had the desire to Big Holiday DoingsAt .
Miss Maas plans to stay on until
California is short one editor Reserve training program. exercise, and Walt replied, "Yes,
because he got his necktie caught The students, who will enlist but when I have the desire to St. AugustineSailors after Christmas to continue the
work. To do so she has accepted
in a newspaper press. Never underestimate during their junior year will recive exercise, I always lie down on a white hats Waves, !
nurse's aide ,
I a Job at the Naval
the power of the an eight week acceleratedboot couch until the desire passes!" and officers looking for a placeto
Hospital, on night duty, in orderto
this There-
press. camp summer. enjoy themselves during the
leave her
S S after they will attend regular cialty rating, and then return to July 4 holiday weekend can daytime hours free

Isn't it odd that a gal who is weekly drills conducted by their school or civilian employment. look to St. Augustine for :a Jacksonville for the children.in lato When she leaves

afraid of local Naval Reserve trainingunit Once a week they will attend a fine time January, she
a mouse will go out will enter
and continue to attend high two-hour Naval Reserve training college.
with a wolf? Servicemen 1 can spend fL- .
school. and should their draft
period, weekend in St. Augustine for
The summer following their i number come up, these men can Civil Service
There
Marriage is an institution $1.25 per night. are facilities
senior year, they will attend a request immediate call to active service
available for
some want to get in and some
school to train for Lists VacanciesThe
Navy a spe- duty.
want to get out. men. One of the features of

the holiday celebration will be Sixth Naval District has

Grand the Miss St. Augustine Beauty announced the following civil ser-
opera a place where Supply Department Employee Wins
Contest contestants for which
a guy gets stabbed in the back vice personnel needs:

and instead of can be found elsewhere on this Naval Station, Key West -
bleeding, he sings
Free Ten-Week Trip To IsraelAn
page. Electronics Mechanic, Shlpfltter,
Reservations can be made by
Girl: "Gosh, it's past midnight! employee of NAS Jax Sandblaster and Joiner.
usual immunization procedure writing Gus Loizos, Beach Hotel District Public Works Office
You'd better get going." has been awarded an all-ex ,
required of foreign travelers, P, O. Box 938, St. Augus- Charleston General Engineer
i to
Guy: "Okay. Turn out the penses paid 10-week trip
lights." lerael. plus arrangements for her tine, Fla.Navy's. (Architectural spec. Writer), CS9 -

0. 5 5 outstand passport. ); Civil Engineer (Paving Inspection -
As an award for
and Testing), GS-9, and At-
Husband (in bed with his golf ing work with the Jacksonville
torney Advisor, GS-11.
clubs) : "Well, you said I had to Chapter of Junior Hadassah, New Air Construction Office, Training

choose, didn't you?,:' Miss Rita Eskin of the Shop
'Command NAS
Pensacola-Civil
Stores department was among
,1r off.. Transport Hits Engineer, CS9.Charleston .
The civil service applicant applied ten people selected on a nationwide a Q Naval Shipyard I

for a position in the diplomatic basis for the trip.
Beaches Like LST Engineering Aid (Electrical), CS6 -
corps. JUNIOR HADASSAH, a non- ; Marine Engineer, GS-7.
"What makes you think you're sectarian organization, is the
Naval Ordnance Plant Macon
,
qualified?" he was asked. sole supporter of Children's The world's first "flying LST"a
Ga. Ordnance} Engineer, GS-7;
"I've been married 20 years," Village in Israel. Children's Village transport plane that can taxi Tool Engineer, GS-11; Engineering -

he answered modestly, "and my is a home for orphaned to a beach and unload tanks, Draftsman (Mech.), GS-3;
wife still thinks I have a sick children of Israel.
its bow- Machinist
I trucks or troops from and Toolmaker.
r'
friend." ten scholarships are
Annually
is now being produced for the Applications should be directed .
awarded on a national basis to : to the
No matter how handsome or those who have accomplished Navy by the Convair Division of exists. activity where vacancy

how homely you are, you still outstanding achievements, the General Dynamics Corporation. -

look better when you smile. through the local chapters. Miss .4SS '
Ski Show
Tickets
\ S Eskin will be the only represen- d.KGknkii mu ____ The assault transport planea -

... Of all the things you wear, tative from Florida. ENROUTE TO ISRAEL bow-loader version of the four- Personnel tan obtain tickets

jour expression is the most Important TilE TRIP BEGINS with a Rita Eskin of Shop Stores division engined tusboprop R3Y-1 Trade- for the benefit water show, "Ilbl-

V plane to Amsterdam, France of Supply has been awarded wiad-is designated the R3Y-2. It 'day on Skis" at the Service In. -
an all-expenses-paid trip to
S and finally by boat to Haifa, Israel. She wins the trip for has the same high characteristics formation Office, Room 230, Ad-

A cynic once said that some Palestine. All in all, the trip her outstanding work with the of the regular transport-a rangeof ministration Building. The showis

women are like poorly made pho- will last ten weeks. local chapter of Junior Hadas more than 2,000 miles and a July 3, 4, 5 at Jacksonville
sah. She is ten In
tographs underdeveloped and For the past week Miss Es the nation among to be selected people for I rate of climb faster than many Beach, and adult admission wi

overexposed! kin has been undergoing the the trip. WWII fighter plant>s.-AFPS( ). 11.00 and 50 cents for children
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r Beavers Cop City' FASRON 109 TOPS


I I k y % Softball Crown; SUBMARINE Fasron 109's softball NINE Beavers


r y\ Win In OvertimeFasron turned back. threat issued by

For the sportsman who c the USS Grampus (S3 523)),

craves his high-jinks in the 109, winners of the soundly trouncing the Submariners .

water but finds a shortage of Mainside I Intramural softball 23-0, Saturday at Saratoga -

equipment almost an impasse, championship, copped additional Field.

the NAS fish camp has the honors by defeating Fire Depart. Don Glidewell was in tip-top

solution And, it's not angling, y4rs ment, (.3, in an extra inning form, setting the visitors down

Under the supervision of Bobby thriller at Lackawanna Park last without a semblance of a base
week to take first half laurels
New hit.
Bofinger, a Jersey pro.
fessional, a ski school has been in the Men's City! League Hitting stars for the winners

improvised that promises to be t Both clubs were tied for the were Archie Jackson, Linwood

one of the biggest attractions on top rung before play began. Don Gray, Ralph Bennett and Don
Clidewell wowed the
the station.( capacity Glidewell. Alsp scoring in the
crowd as he scattered four hits,
The little-publiclied water hit column was "batboy" .Roger ;-
; tf .
two in the openingframe..
Institution has drawn well thus Wood
Losing hurler Jack Ramsey hita
far and only the top has been 9 >' Qy Despite the loss, the men of
streak of wildness in the over-
skimmed from the crop of the Grampus are still eager for
time Inning, giving up free passes
pleasure seekers who know of
to Jerry Thomas and Tom Herr- competition.
Its existence. man. Interested units should call

School hours are 1700 'til dark I NO NEED TO SWEAT NOW-Putting: up a big number one Miller Blank Glblm, Lcdr. William Campbell, FAW-
and 0800 to 1930 on on the Scoreboard denoting an extra inning run that gave Fas
weekdays, 11 ASX officer at.extension
Fasron
109 catcher Dennis Dietrich ?
I ron 109 a 4-3: win over tire Department are Beavers catcher
weekends and holidays. Dennis Dietrich (left) and outfielder Jerry Thomas. Dietrich hit then wrapped- up the game 8321,

Initial lessons, given by Bofin an eighth inning: line drive single to score Thomas with the run for his bespectacled batterymate

ger, include a class on land anda that gave Fasron 109 the first half City League softball championship with a line drive single to right

three-mile Indoctrination ride. scoring Thomas with the payoff NAS Waves

The package sells for 195. tally. i
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Thereafter, the student can The NATTCenter Marines and
:!F
f : Edge Corry .
breeze along three and one-half ,x, ASobieraj" Fasron Six each captured tilts

miles of the St. Johns River for In the Commercial League at

$1.50, and a mile less for $1 l.It l. Lackawanna last week. Nine, 1312The

takes modicum of The Marines defeated 0 & R,
only a
NAS Waves hectic
won a
ability and Bobby guarantees, 100. Ralph Chambers limited the 113.12 contest with Corry Fieldat
losers to five hits. In the second
ski.
"If you ran stand, you can the losers' park Friday to con
I'll teach how in less than game, the Banshees edged Gibbs
you tinue intact a winning skein over
Corp., 5 4.
30 minutes. the West Florida nine'Usually
Personnel J'orr..ul6In
in two tow -.- -
Already use are
the Recreation League, Bill reliable Bonnie Brown,
boats, a half dozen pairs of skis the win, wan
although getting
Willis had a homer and two singles
and a six-foot jump that has been Wilson Again in four trips to spark Naval shaky in spots. The crafty righthandel' -
tested by exiguous lot of
an needed
Reserves to a 17-7 decision over heavy hitting help
tough fibered frolickers. Prudential Insurance. from Ellie Carlson, Joy Schraderand

Chief-in-charge Jack Pollack NAS Personnel dropped a pair Lupe Ortiz to post the win.

Indicated he's having his 16-foot Dominate Fleet Net Play of tilts last week. Dick Monagueled A CAME scheduled' Saturdaywas

Correct Craft, powered by an ..80 I Big Five to an 8.4 victory rained out, as was a tilt with

horse Gray Marine inboard, over the Petsonnelmen, who also the NATTCenter Waves in the

ready for pulling next week.It Bantam Ben Sobieraj, employing deft sharpshooting lost to Jax Terminal by the forfeit Girl's City League last Wednes
kill defended his Atlantic Fleet Tennis Singles .
is the ultimate goal of the successfully route. .
school to establish a ski club Championship at Newport, II I., last week.. ---- day.Corry Field will be here for a

which wil give demonstrations, Sobieraj, from SanfordbasedVC9 '--- J i two-game stand against NAS July
and representing ComFairIJax I 8.6, 6.", 61. SPORTS FROMYESTERYEAR 9. In an earlier visit, the local '
possibly as early as August.
trimmed teammate Leon Wilson gained the final round lassIes edged the visitors, 98.

Bofinger Is a self-made pro. Wilson, 6-0, 6-2, 2.6, 6.4, for the by tipping Murray Levin, also of XATTCEXTER: Waves won
fesslonal who has been skis
on second straight year. Amphibs, 8-6, 6-4, 6.1, in a sharp. their second'straight in final half
/or nine In his first five I
years. TEN TEARS AGO TODAY
Wilsoit 1952 champion from Ily contested duel.In play of the Gill's City League
seasons, Bobby gave lessons at Harold Letz
,
outstanding
Fasron 109, teamed with Sobieraj doubles competition, So by defeating St. Luke's Student,
the leading: resorts on Lake strikeout artist of the Boat
to win the doubles crown for the bieraj and Wilson scored an easy 18-6 Monday.
George, N. J. house softball squad, whiffed
Heavy hitting of Edna Chri -
third successive year.
6.2, 6.0 victory over DesLant'sMelvin
For four years, prior to his enlistment 11 batters and turned in a no- tensen; Joan Houser, Pat Gorsky
The pair defeated Alexander Wallace and Charles
in the Marine Corps, hit game as the Boathouse club and Barbara Tucker gave chunker
Hetxeck and Malcolm Sheldonof Fleming in the semi.fi als.
Bobby hooked up with nationally downed Cooks and Bakers, 2.0. Gerri Corsky an easy victory.
Force 6-1 6.%
Amphibious ,
known Bruce Parks who has a Roy Lang, of VP-62, Sanford, FIVE YEARS AGO TODAY S. .
G.%, in the final round.
chain of schools along the east lost in a quarterfinals singles
defended
Tony Grego successfully -
coast Because of the local pah's supremacy mater to Hetzeck, 9.7, 6.3, and his station golf championship So You Want To

ComAirLant easily won then teamed with VF-172's Don
In Boflnger's repertoire are ,
downing II. D. Tannehlll -
barefoot riding, spins on 12-inch the team championship. The air Haynsworth, lost to Hetzeck and 4 and 2, in the final 1 Learn How To

shoe skis, full turns off the jurpp arm mustered 18 points, five more Malcolm Sheldon of Amphibs, mat c h of the championshipflight

and half turns backwards.He than ComPhibLant.Other 6.3, 6.2, in a quarter-final dou- of the station tourney. Be A FrogmanWith
is currently attending AE- commands finished in bles tilt.

A School at NATTCenter. this order: FMF Lant 6, BatCru ...... feet that look like Donald
Lant 5, Des Lant 3, and ComMin : :: Duck's, a mask that resembles a

NARTU will be a surprise Lant and ComTra Lant, 2 each. jr- A Martian man and a contraptionon

entry in the Sixth Naval Dis *Rear Admiral Charles C. Hart, their backs similar to a jato-

trict Softball Tournament at Commander, Destroyer Force, Atlantic bottle, service personnel have taken

Pensacola, Fla., Augr. 28. Fleet, host for the tourney, to roaming the bottoms of

The Reserves will muster presented Sobieraj and Wilson 9 I 9>q a I 'M A r station swimming pools.In .

their collective forces from winner and runner-up individual k 7e? reality, they're wearing the

city and station nines, enough trophies and another for the doubles ir r: basic get-up of a Navy Frogman

championship.In while learning techniques of skin
so to rate a definite threat for
the district bunting. semi-final singles play, So diving from former Navy Under

This move will make at least bieraj beat Alexander lift- S water Demolition Team expert

one roach of a district entry a zeck of Amphibious Force, Richard M. Dunham.

bit shorthanded. DUNHAM, with UDT on the

West Coast, joined a diving company .

Fasron 109 accepted the challenge '- upon discharge and pro

tendered by the softball ceeded to teach others this rapidly

team aboard the USS GrampusSS t "- I increasing in popularity.

( 323)) and rudely shellackedthe sport.
cubmen last week 230. Ctyps Mr. Dunham's course is of approximately

As was reported in this corner, Y eight hours duration,
divided between classroom workon
the crew aboard the Grampuswas It'aiZi + Z r+
+ ZZ .Z'SZ LraZ: ,,,
anxious to do battle with any the science of underwater life

and all at Jax Navy. Continuing to highlight rules of some winter ol ------....vA-i, :Y.,.-.-.\, Ovx.........." .,. 1. ... .v_ .. .1 and pool work on the use of the
the more common Aqua-Lung.
week's column 'EYE SMALL FRY DAY Tomorrow (Friday) small fry :at
Friends of Millie and .Bob golf play, this NATTCenter will have their "day" In a series of athletic contests HIS SCHEDULE has called
Home wil be happy to hear the deals with moving your ball from and a picnic to be held at the outdoor boxing area west of Build- him north for the month of July.
of behind a tree, a situation duffer Ing 500. These youngsters, who represent NATTC in the Jax Jun- However, his course will be offered
announcement of the arrival a and pros alike often run upagainst. ior League, will play beginning at 1430. Front row, (left to right) again, with the first lecture
baby boy born last week to the are: Kurt Fickling, Tom Aycock, Mike Chamberlain, Tim Culbertson -
former Jaxons. Art Lester, Cecil Jones, Ernest Winborne, Billy Cox. Back slated for August 7. ,
and resting RULE ELEVENYou row; Coach Larry White; Crawford Solomon, Ronald Way, Gerald Those Interested in future
Mother son are
'. not Improve your po- Hughes, Chris Garbow, John Whalen, Mike Offley Carl Edwardsand courses may make arrangement!
nicely at their home in Corpus may Coach Clarence (Boats) Tubbs. A girls' softball game and
Christ I, Texas, Bob's duty station Hltlon by moving from behind a midget boxing also are on the outing program sponsored by by calling NATTCenter Special

of the first of this year tree or to a level spot on a "'ml4.f'r. NATTC Special Services. . .Services. phone 8228.I .
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Sally League New Faces Dot Lineup




Stars Face As Fliers Toke Pair


Jax TuesdayWhen

The rejuvenated Jax Navy Fliers, with more new faces

the Jacksonville Braves than the show of the same name, gave notice that they'll be

square off against the Sally an interesting team to watch by pinning a double setbackon

league All-Stars at the Myrtle the Sky Giants from West Palm Beach last week at Mason

Ave. Park Tuesday night it will Field.Jax .
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mark the first time that the Navy, on friendly home
(in right field for day.
Gateway City has been host for soil after an absence of over three

the mid-seaaon baseball classic weeks, won by scores of 7.6 (for walked. After Blackle pulled offa
successful steal of second Tea
second victory ,
the straight one-run -
has not
The All-Star lineup yet ) and 97.Fensacola's tor and he both tallied on a boot
been announced a poll among by first sacker Joe Cocchettl.
fans in Sally League cities still- powerful Gosling
underway. Opposing the "peoples' are due in for a two.ram. series Lefty PoaU" Win

cherces" will be all the familiar tomorrow and Saturday. No gameis With the score 9-6 at this point,

Brave hands, under manager Ben scheduled for the Fourth while the enemy tried desperately' to

Geraghty. :':..... __ -.. _. .. '::::'---- "" '" -..=oo. ""'" is a two-game setto with the Miami knot the game but could muster

In first place the morning of A CLOSIE-Jax Navy Infielder Andy Campbell scurries backto Marines is set for Monday and only one run off Merle Gunnet,

June 21, Jacksonville thus won base in an attempt to beat pitcher George Cox's pick-off throwto Tuesday. Monday's game will begin who relieved starter Frank Jan-

to test the. loop's bestin third sacker Andy Healey in the third Inning of Thursday's at 1430.A kunis with one out in the eighth.
the right
Jax Navy-West Palm Beach game at Mason Field. Despite beating
the annual All-Star contest. Healey to the bag, the camera's deceiving eye makes it appear two-run sixth inning provedthe Jankunis gave up six hits and

Game time is pet for 2000 witha that Campbell was out. lax Navy won the contest 76.Here's __ winning margin for the FliersIn six walks] in posting his second

rain date set for the following the first game against the Sky win of the year. The young south

evening at the same time. Giants paw has dropped four tilts.
A Chance To Test
The Braves will be at full Coughlln Gets Four Ralph Nielsen, Jax Navy utilityman

strength for the game. Included I Andy Campbell reached first who J Lisa played every game, -

in the lineup will be Buck Riddle, safely on a force of Stan Tent- saw action at shortstop in both

Joe Andrews, Horace Garner, I Your :Baseball KnowledgeTime nowski after the second sacker games. Nielsen is subbing for .

Jack Caro, Jim Frey, and Mike I had tripled i 1 to open the inning the injured Whitey Beasley.

Koarke. is quickly running out on the Jax Air News con- Jim Coughlln pushed Campbell WPO .. ........ 200 002 200- 8 8 :1Jax
Good bets to crack the lineup along with a single, his fourth of .. 001 4U tttac- 7 8 5
test to determine who comes nearest to the actual final Cox Fielder 14) Ryan ((7)) and HI-
for the All-Stars are: Joe Fuller'' selections in the battle of ballots underway to pick starting the Both afternoon. aft L-I-'ifldt'l', frrrell, t2)). Sheets and Norvlll*.
Cabanaw runners advanced on Jer
and Ray Montgomery;
lineups for the Major League All-Star Game in Cleveland, -
Fielder's wild pitch. After Keri
Jim Dickey and Ray Williams, July 13. ry WPB ......... 0.10: 100 210- T 7 a
Macon; Bill Wilhelm and John _. ... Churchill struck out, Campbell Jax .,..... 30J loo :2/<>x- 9 5 J
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All ballots must be received by and scored when shortstop Ryan' Cox (1)) Ken I ell (7)> and Hl-
Lind of Columbus; Frank Robinson I Coughlin attxig.! (3), Jankunlf.I. ftunntt (8)
and Bob O'Neal of Columbia. midnight, July 7. That leaves Skeet Team Nips Lou Siaz threw wide to firston and Norvllle.' 1.Cox.FLIERS" .
days in which to cast
Also, Carlos Paula and Lyle seven your a hopper by Sam Travis. .

Luttrell Charlotte Bill Robertson ballot. The score at this juncture was
; -
and Al Isreal, Savannah, and This is a special poll conducted : Field To Capture 74. The Sky Giants could gather FARINGS .f

Dean Padgett and John Mitchell solely by this newspaper. It I only I two runs in the seventh. PI.M-Prr. c C .1 II H 1111I1 Pet.l'ouKhllD .

of Augusta. in no way has any bearing on the! Crown These coming on a walk, single, Ib if nil 211 H f1 91 .2'd
I Georgia T'II, c.\If 31 100 Id 211 :111: 12
.211'
actual final outcome of selections. double steal, sacrifice fly and sin 0'151.1. II n nr 211 :85 4r n .250

.. __ ____ I Prizes-No! Fun-Yes! I Jax Navy's skeet team, Florida gle. Tenlnurhll. ,310 2b 8 4.2S 3 3 II:I II r 0 0 ..140.IO"amphrll. !
another state I Petey Sheets ((3.2)) went all the Hunn.t, II III 211 II 0 41 I .2"l
Votes in this will not champions, added <
.
I survey Tutor r li! 92: U 'I 13: ..210Nlelern
be included in the regular bal. I title to its coffer by capturing way to gain the verdlt over Field 11.1..' 40 IU 21 211 3' 14 .2l\4\
er. The usually erratic Sheets ala.'l.tock. II 1 I" III 'I :9 4 0 ,.200Nontlle
-( loting to pick starting teams for I the Georgia State Championshipin C 1'1 MI CI Il U 'I ,1\6
Savannah last walked only five men and gave upst''en Aanklall. II 10 III 1 Ii :3 I, IBM
title shoot at
I
a
the diamond classic. RII't'. ulII 12 H 4 :3 3: 2 ,.icaMM
weekend. hits II //J 2/1/ 1 4 4 0 .1110
I It is not to be confused with The Fliers scored what provedto ." 1 11:1: 0 0 0. ,11I'0l'hU't""II
that being held by many of thenation's I Jax Navy, with a score of 493 x If 1 4 .0 II 0 0 .0a
I be the in
winning run the seventh - --
(If Armid ForcM r,... S.t.lu) .[ newspapers. No prizes 500, a near national record, topped MI'Tf 31"1161311 J9I U ..262'iteNt
inning of the second contest
QUESTIONS will be awarded, but don't let a field of eighteen tennis to
Don Teator led off the frame with
I .
I C II' II H W L Pcl.cnuet
1. Back in 1910 what Cleveland this stop you from casting a bal wfn the Seivice and Open divi a walk, went all the way to third (; 1 IC 15 411 n e :I .tlM}
second baseman failed to win the I I sions. 1110..1. li I 11'1 42 04 3-a ,(.50021a4rtaek
I on an attempted steal when catcher 11 3d St 41! 2 .I ,400
American League batting till* by lot.It's bird the lan)unj. lit 30 tt n 2 II .J.13NO'T'
Losing by one was
just good, clean fun and a Bob Zoss threw into center. .-- ._. ...
one point? chance to see how you stack up Camp Lejeune Marine, 1953 national field 114 11104 0 JQ ..2JJNWT'rye
2. In what did Jack Dempsey 10",0 sits tum.
city against the majority of voters. champions I With one out, Rail Blackstock,
knock out Jess Willaid in Defeat .
Rules Posted lodges'* I
1919 to win the heavyweight title ?
An official entry blank appears Ken Pendergras of NARTU led zF'
3. In his first as a head I
year 'Jax hooters with four individualand Lead
elsewhere on this page. Anyone I UnchangedIn
coach what former Brown and
I participate, but only one three two-man titles He add
Chicago Bear star entered a 1950 may I
:
bowl ? ballot per person is allowed. ed the Georgia high over-all crownto NATTCenter

4. What game former Pittsburgh I I Ballots should be sent to Sports his Florida title by defeating
George lodges*, Jr., of Jacksonville ) -
shortstop 11\ a dean unassisted Editor, Jax Air News, Room 226, Softball CircuitNAWS
in shoot-off under
Final : a lights.
Administration Building.
tiiple-jilay during the 1925 sea'son
? .. results will be posted in the July The NARTU sharpshooter won School eased into sec

5. What great auto and motorboat : ]15 edition of the Jax Air News. the 410-Gauge and 20-Gauge ClassA ond place in the NATTCenter In-
I and in
racing star died in 1949 at voriMi HII.KS championships finished I tramural Softball League ahead

the age of 63 ? : the runnerup spot for high gun of AO-A School, but formidable
1, AM ballots must be 1f'1'f'I\f'd' by honors in the All-Gauge Class.
ANSWERS midnight, t lrot7. 1! !>4. I AE-A School maintained its! gripon
1. Nap Lajolei. I 2. Only lowed one pr pmtm I. .I Pendergraa teamed with Fas- the top rung.

S. Entries: must b<' neat and legible ron 109's Titus Harris to win the
2. Toledo, Ohio. 1 4. Only voter1 last name ii neceaimiy.' M The league leading Sparks experienced
3. Hank Margarita Georgetown 5. Ml ballots become property I of Jax Two-Man championship in the difficulty with Personnel .

Unit entity, Sun Bowl. 6. Air Ballots I Newi must be ent to Sports Jax 410-Gauge and, All-Gauge Open before escaping with a 3-2
Air News Room :226 Ad Building division and, with Bill Arthur of .
4. Glenn Wright. 7. the entry' I verdict. Earlier, the Pen Pushers
formaprinled heiepwilibe honors in .
allowed NATTCenter, copped
5. Sir Malcolm Campbell. I upset AO-A School, 1110.
it legible the All-Gauge Service Class. 'I I.
-- Next week'' play will be wd

High Score I for postponement and tin I
9
OFFICIAL BALLOTALLSTAR Jax Navy scores: I r. ;, games Incurred In the second

Ken Pendergras, N ART U- halt of the "t"Mon.

1954 BASEBALL GAMETo 100x100; F. L. Smith, NATTCenter Last week's results, :

be played July 13 al Cleveland 100 x 100; Tite Harris Fas- I AE-A 11, AK-Marines 0; AE-B
ron 109, 99 x 100; Bill Arthur, H. '
18, Training Facilities 1; AO-A.
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE NATTCenter, 98 x 100, and Joe '
11, AGO 8; Personnel> 7, AO-B 0;
Calclc.r ............_.....................__... _...-M.. Hayman, NATTCe'nter, 98 x 100. 'I

First .......__.__.......--:__...._ _...._....___......._._.................M The Southeastern Skeet Championships AK-A 8, ANP( ) 3; Special Services
9
S.c 0 lid ..._................__.....,._...... _:...._._.M...w_--.-.............,.. in Jacksonville July 16-., AK-Matines 8; NAWS 9,

Third ......._..._ :__...._...._._ _,........,............-.._......_........'_ 17 will be the next competitionfor Training B Facilities 8; AE-B 7, AO-.
0; Personnel 11, AO-A 10
; Special
Short -.--..-....-..-- -..-...---.--- Jax Navy skeetmen. SAW SANTEE'S SPIKES -
.. ................ ........ One guy who Is convinced that Services 12, AGO 11; NAWS
Right M.__._....._.....__._,...., -,..-- .M-- Santee
Wes Is currently Amer 7, AO-B 0, and AE-A 3, Peison-

UftC."Ur.. -=.M.?...::=:.:::..==:..:: .=:=::=.:::=:== Acey Ducey, Chess ica's Marine greatest Pfc. George mile runner Adams, of is nel 2. ?

Carded the Jax Navy-Marine track STANDINGS
Tourneys
(Pitchers' to be cliotfn' by rival managers) team. Adams ran against the T*.. W. fAEA ..
will lean University of Kansas School :24 1
H.",. ..._. ....__.._.....j.u..mJ....._................................................-....M-..-- NATTCenter personnel in the All-Marine mile runner AO-A NAWS School School.. ...*.. iu 1
have only five days to registerfor 17 a

Ullit ... ...___.n....__...__.._...__..........................--...... 1M the intramural Acey Ducey Jeune event N.recently C. Like at the Camp rest Le-of AH-I3 Personnel School I ........ 18 15 n 8

R.t. .. .. ............._.................M ...... ....... ... .... ..........-..........--- and Chess tournaments 'which the bulky field, Adams ate the Spec.AK Marine Sprv ............., J'4 it 1\1.1)
begin July 20 at the Center. dust kicked up by Santee's 'fl'.. I'ao ......'. ......,.. 8 14
(Clip and Send Dates for entry in either or .1 AOO School' .it 7 14
Room,226, Administration BIdr., NAS Jacksonville both it ) 12-16. well, however finishing. fourth. AK-A School .... 7 18
tourneys .July in a classy field- Aot:'ehpoi .. .,.*, -7 ,19I




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r :mzm Preserving Atomic RadiationThe Foods Via


Army Quartermaster Corps WHEN WWS ARE HOT;// '
FOIl SALE has started a five-year research THE: fiHtNfrTOD0 .
3 bdrm. home, radiant heat, oak program which may revolutionize IS DRINK MORE FLUIDSEmployees / \
floors. 5344 Delia Robia Way, food packing and processing. fl EYRGOOD ;oRYOU l ""

Venctla. Ph. 8-4040, Lcdr. Zane. The Army will seek to developa -:- ; '
3' bdrm. home, 4682 TlmuquanaRd. method of preserving foods safely :' lY', ta' :;

Ph. 8-3930, Knoll by means of atomic radiation. r:4 :J;):
3 mi. cottage, furn. or unfurn. Participating in the long-range .
Air Base Trailer Park, Ph. 2* program will be the Atomic Energy
'
5410, Mr. G. Shulz. Commission, elements of the
-2 bdrm. CBS home, G.I. Equity Armed Forces, private industry.

3668 Calla Dr., Southslde. Ph. and educational groups. (AFPS), ShouldUnderstand

0&-8451 (eve.) or 8307 (day), .

Matchett. Visitor: "Are your father and I
FairEmployment
2 bdrm.. home Approx. $400 downto "
mother in?
vet, $50 month. 4562 Lex-
ington Ave., Lakeshore. Ph. 8- Child out." : "They was in W theyIs Act

4687, Stanley
home 4540 Mllstcad Rd. Visitor; "They was in. They.is
3 bdrm.; Employees are reminded to
Westfield. Ph. 8-5544, Eadie. out. Whefe's your grammar?" familiarize themselves with lo.

3 bdrm. CBS home, 4452 Shirley Child: "She's gone upstairs to cal'procedure for filing person-

Ave: Ph. 2-0339, McDonald. lay down." nel action complaints, as authorized

8 bdrm. CB house, unfurn.. 5344 by the Fair Employment

: Janice Circle. 88-8960, Chief Practice Act, Executive,
Forrest.: 1000th Wave Order 9980 of July 26, 1948

S signed by the President of the
pe J Continued; from Page 1)) ,
FOR RENT United States.
devices.
2 bdtm unfurn. house,: (05: mo., training The act provides that in all
nm n mn____. m...._......--..-.-.... ...........m_. ...------------.T Leynette Vincent ; 4743 'Boxwood Rd., Lakeshore. ; 7---- was personnel actions there shall
1 Pit: 2-3035, Hem. "THIS GAME'S A CINCH"'-Little Johnnie Maze can't under- section .leader. of. her class and be no discrimination becauseof

S bdrm. apt., 3107 Post St., $75 stand why so many' grown-ups have trouble with their golf ranked high in the final gradingof race, ,color, religion, or national
swings. It.s'all so for this little Johnnie, who won't see
easy guy.
the 124 students Her home is
'mo. McMullen. and authorizes
Ph. 88-9737, origin, a
? his third birthday until August, advises older folks to try the
I rm furn. home, 4349 DeMedla back-hand awing Young Maze, son of M/Sgt. and Mrs. Casey J. in Pomona, California': procedure for handling. alleged
', Rd., Venetla. Ph. 88-0412, Lcdr. Maze, was at the NAS links last week for one of the biweekly violations.
Rupp. golfing clinics for children of station personnel, conducted by The term "personnel action"as
ProCessional Jack Harvey.
a, bdrm. furn. house, $100 per Weapons School defined by the Navy Depart
mo. 2421 Blanding Blvd Ph. ment is any action taken with-

88-8502, Mrs. Speer. ARMISTICE/ / DAY IS Instructor Picked in a department which 'affects
1 bdrm. unfurn.. house, 1261 Wood- the equality of economic opportunity -
: ruff 'Ave., Murray Hill. Ph. '2- NOW VETERANS DAY of an employee or ap

6910, Mrs. Sordyl. From now on, November<<: 11 PO-of-the-Week. plicant.
e. 2 bdrm. unfurn. house, $75 mo. i will be celebrated as 'Veterans Under this definition applicants
5121 Attleboro Ave Ph. 8-6715, I Day", i instead of "Armistice (Th.ill" the 37th In a PettyOl- for 'employment, em

Binder. Day". President* Eisenhower Jicer-of-thc-Week aerie at NAT- ployees, and former employ

3 rm. apt., Murray Hill, Ph. 8- signed into law a bill changingthe (Personnel are Invited to visit TCenter). ees of the Naval Air Station,

1760, Mrs. Valentine. name of the holiday to honor the V80 Servicemen'- Club at 31 Tens of thousands of doll a r.1I who have complaints based on
Will share home with working American service veteransof W. Monroe Bt. The air conditioned have been spent on Leroy Smith alleged discrimination, may ap
.
.. couple, $50 mo. 4812 San Juan all wara.Capt. club (a open from 0930 to t330daily. ATI, of the Naval Air Weapons peal as provided in NAS Jax
Ave. Ph. 88-7364,' Mrs. Daniel. .) Systems School in an education Instruction 12075 date Febru

.2 bdrm. furn. apt., 3672 Boone Thursday, July 1 9:15: P.M. program that, has brought him. to ary 17, 1953.It .
Park Ave. Ph. 2-7398, ,Mrs. HopkinsContinued Melody Ballroom with Chaz Har hla present duties as an Instruc is suggested that all em
Wethington. ris. tor In Phase I at NAWS School ployees thoroughly understandthe

2 mi. furn. apt., 133 W. 5th St. ( from Page 1)) Friday, July 2 6:30: P.M. After Joining I I instruction before instigating
Winthope. Greene who temporarily Cafe any complaints.
was Italiano, Spaghetti Supper; the Navy in :
2 bdnn. furn., 8324 Matera Ave. serving as skipper of the carrier. 8:00: P.M., dance. 1947 and receiving :' .

Ph..-8-8244, Mrs. J. B. Sadler. Capt. Hopkins left immediatelyfor Saturday, July 3 10:00: A.M. his boot
5 rm. unfurn. apt., 4565 Wheeler a month's vacation at his Open House all dayt 8:00: P.M., training at San -Prototype
Ph. 8-1462 Edward home town Denver Colo. following dance.
Ave. LaHay Diego, Smith I
5 rm. furn. house, available July the brief change of com- Sunday, July 4 10:00: A.M., was sent to Crosses Ocean'The
3. 865 Mikeal St., Ph. 2-1063, mand. From Denver he plans to Dunking Round Table, free coffee Electronics -
Mrs. Weeks. go to Camden, N. J., where he and donuts; '11:00: A.M., off 1- prototype of the atomic
at
3 bdrm. unfurn. home, 5239 Glyn- will work for the RCA Victor to church; 5:30: P.M., Vesper ser- Memphis.School N, pI.!&., ,..i submarine, based at Idaho desert,
simulated of the At-
wood Ave., Murray Hill-Lake Corporation. vices.and refreshments; 8:00: P.M., Smith a crossing
Shore section. 'Ph. 88-7806, Mr. Talent Show. After being' stationed at NAB lantic under full-power-without
Island] Wash. he went to leaving its own land locked
,
Hays. Whidby
Monday, July: 5 Ping Pong "ocean."
3: nn. furn. cottage, op. NAS, $30. Driving MannersNet instructions with Frank Puskas; N.uqc'a Point Mugu,. Calif. .
The historic test began at 2015
Ph. 2-5410, G. Shulz. 8:00: P.M., Skating at Skateland, While in the Navy Smith has attended -
June 23; 'the of
1953. At end
41 rm. furn. apt., Riverside, 2613 4th Motorist reduced rates, dance. special school at Bell Aircraft a
scheduled 24-hour test the MarkI
,
Edison Ave. Ph. 7-5615, Mrs. Tuesday, July 6 To be an- in New York State and at
engine-housed in a hull section
Jordan. nounced. the Massachusetts Institute of
4 rm. furn. apt., 2636 :Myra St. Courtesy TicketThe Wednesday, July 7 Table Technology in courses sponsored completely submerged well In water
that
-was performing so
Ph. 7-8516, Mrs. Cowart. Games and prizes. by the Navy for his study.:
2 bdrms. for rent in pvt. home, fourth complimentary traf- Rear Adm. Hyman Rickover de.
4726 French Ave. Ph. 2-4012, fie ticket has been issued to a cided to simulate a run across
Mrs. Rice. driver at NAS Jax who has been the Atlantic. (Admiral Rickover

1 bdnn. furn. apt., $65 mo. 931 observed performing acts of courtesy directed the designing and con
Phillips St., San Marco. Ph. 98- towards other drivers. struction of the atomic sub).

3783, Mrs. Hutson. Recipient of the courtesy ducat The prototype of the atomic
'2 or 3 rm. furn. apt. 427 Park St. was Cpl. Carlton Albert of Ma- sub was' a full-sized hull' sectionof
Mrs. Lee. rine Aviation Detachment, NATT ss r: the USS Nautilus, the actual
'
1 bdrm. furn. apt., $80 mo. 3684 Center. Albert was "stopped" for atomic submarine launched ear-
St. Johns Ave., Ph. 2-5691, Mrs. allowing a Navy vehicle to makea ly this year. The desert-based
Berman. difficult turn in front of him. sub. had its own ocean. It was a

2 rm. furn. apt., $40 mo. 2148 The campaign of issuing com- sea tank about' 50 feet in diameter -
Rosselle St. Ph. 7-5461, Mr a plimentary tickets was begun in and about 40 feet high witha

Emery. January of this year. Station po ; capacity of 385,000 gallons.
0 continuously observe the driving The speed with which the

MISCELLANEOUSLOSTVicinity 'habits of. Irivers, and are always atomic sub prototype made the
;' Officers' Club ready to hand out ticketsto Atlantic crossing is classified.

Pool, wallet with identification, those who show courtesy on .
membership cards, car regis. the road. Pedestrians are also eligible -, F vNNp

tration, and driver's license. Re for the award. :'-z-: Dr. Lyons
ward. Chaplain Carpenter, Ph Others to receive "comps" in ;
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425, Bldg. 750. the past are Lt. Benjamin Redman .
Will accept 3 riders to and from l of Carrier Air Group Four, 1 he specialized In Industrial Medi
vicinity Daytona Beach on week who stopped his car to let another cine, Dr. Lyons took the examina
ends. Also to and from vlclnitj r vehicle enter the lane of tion and was made a fellow of

1506 Riverside Ave. daily. Ph. traffic during the rush hour; ............ .___.___ nn ___ ____ the American Board of Preven-
8511 or 8-5322, Culpepper. Frank Fountaine, Lockheed representative tive Medicine and Public Health,
Ride wanted from 5205 Heads r received his ticket for "WHAT DID I DO?"That rather surprised expression on one of eight Naval officers with
the face of Cpl. Carlton Albert (right) of Marine Aviation De
st to NAS for 0730 to 1600. similar courtesy, and WOHC tachament, NATTCenter, stems from the fact that he is not yet this board. He took his medical
Ph. 522 or 88-0591, Mrs. Adam. William Hutting, NAS Dental division aware that he is being given a ticket-but a different sort of schooling at Ohio State Univer-
Rider wanted from Starke, Fla. for stopping to let anoth ticket. He is being stopped for courteous driving as William Sicily, sity, and his Master of Science
l I to NASr 0700 to 1600. Ph. ext. er driver back his car out of a ADC, chief of station police, Issues a complimentary traffic cita- degree at Harvard. Dr.. Lyons
ton. drivers show
Complimentary tickets are handed out to who
tT4, Mrs. Johnson. private driveway. respect to other vehicle operators came. Into the Navy in< 1942.

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