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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: August 12, 1954
Frequency: weekly
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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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. I Hurricane Alert Conditions Outlined In Station Bills I ::1


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Jacksonville and Florida so far every year by the Naval Air sta- off the coast of Texas. Before the path of a hurricane has been pilots assigned for evacuation will

this year have missed being: in tion to alert personnel and plan the end of November, the 'Cane established and its trend threatens be evacuated. '

the path of a destructive hurricane for the protection of lives and Hunters of Jax, Weather Squadron this station. Flight operations Condition I means that evacuation

: However, there la alwaysthe property. VW-4, will undoubtedly track will continue during this condi- is considered necessary." Op.

possibility that one of these THESE PRECAUTIONS, in the down others. tion, but advance preparationswill erational requirements and weather -

severe tropical storms could strike form of the Hurricane Security Everyone concerned with avia- start. conditions permitting, all! flyable .

this coastline between the periodsof Bill and the Aircraft Hurricane tion should study procedures out- SHOULD TilE station move to aircraft will be evacuated

June and November Evacuation Bill, are herein pub- lined in the Aircraft Hurricane Condition II, indicating that' evac- Immediately.
Hurricanes occur most frequent lished in part to familiarize per- Evacuation Bill, which lists the uation within 24 hours is probable Condition X-Ray warns person.

ly In August and September. sonnel with action to be taken stages of alert, and plans for flight operations will be se nel that hurricane winds are expected -

While chances of Jacksonville being should a hurricane approach.One safe storage of, or evacuationof cured. Liaison officers will leave but weather conditionsdo

hit are listed as 1 In 50, precautionary hurricane, "Alice," has already aircraft. for refuge airports, and aircraftin not permit evacuation. All air-

measures are taken been sighted this season When Condition III Is sounded, excess of those which have (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 4)

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VOL.-12 No. 20 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 12 August, 1954

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

; r Winners Get Shot At Fame

Jax Boasts Own t a i tg



Hunter College' :..,: Talent Show


At Squadron 5 Shy

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:Marsh's and Brumbaugh's bookson Set
rz d Tuesday
American Colleges and Universities 1Aka? \

both list Hunter College *, wr,

a!' a municipally-owned institution Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard personnel in the

of higher learning locatedin Jacksonville area ,have only until 1GOO Friday, Auff. 13, to
New York City enter the preliminaries. of the sea services' talent: contest
ry conducted to select nine acts for
appearance on a nationally
Obviously neither of these authorities -
4 T1+ known television how_
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have heard of "Hunter
"', On Sunday, Sept-26, Ed Sullivan .
College" at NAS Jacksonville.This .y' will present the winning sonalities from Jacksonville will

exclusively all-male school, contestants on his CBS "Toast of act as judges to select a winner,
currently headed by Ensign Don a.
the Town", The show that eve or winning /act, who will go to<
ald E. Hunter, information and
education officer of Patrol Squadron ning will feature the best enter Charleston, S. C. to compete !in a
tainers in the sea services -
6, was founded In 1950 when contest to be conducted by the
crooners, dancers, Jugglers!, com
the patrol squadron"was trans Commandant, Sixth Naval
"SIAMO FELICI DI ES- edians and other variety acts. I District
ferred to Jacksonville from Whld-
Sailors From SERE QUr-Translated' means, S on Aug. 27 Alternates will
bey Island, Wash.Enrollment "We are happy to be here," Tryouts here are under the auspices also be named.
RestrictedThe and Is exactly the feeling of the Special Services de- *

Navy "college," which nat- of Italian 11.Navy petty who officers are of attending the- partment, and will be held at the Winners of the District compe-

urally restricts enrollment to of- Italian Navy school at NATTCenter. Mainside Theatre at 2000 Tues tition will compete in the AllNavy

ficers and men of VP-5, has Increased Guiseppe DiPlerro, EMI, and day, Aug. 17 Letters have been Talent Contest in New York
in membership each succeeding Primo Rigo, EM2, (seated left
issued to the commanding officersof City in September, when nine
to right) two of the Italian
year until today it boasts Study HereFourteen students, study a photo of Adm. the Naval Hospital, NAS Cecil acts for the Sullivan show will
361 students of a possible 36T Robert B. Carney: alone with Field, :Mayport, NAAS Glynco, (Please Turn; to Page 8, Col. 5))
This totals out to an amazing 98 two former North Atlantic Ga., Naval l Station Green Cove "
percent active participation by Treaty Organization sailors, WEATHER OUTLOOK
officersfrom NAAS
petty William Springs, Sanford, all commands
Thomas
YNC, and
squadron officers and men.
enlisted the Italian Navy arrived Richard Wells, DK2, (top left based at NAS Jacksonville, Friday-Partly cloudy and hot
There are currently 278 Monday to a t ten d training to right). the Coast Guard, and other offices with thundershowers and early
men enrolled in Navy training schools at the Naval Air and establishments in the morning fog.SaturdayContinued.

seml-umual courses in preparation fleet-wide exams for the being Technical Training Center. Fliers Battling In Jacksonville area, inviting their hot with

Six of the Italian sailors) will personnel to participate.Four showers.
held this mont.h.'to .
attend Aviation i Ordnanceman Sixth ND TourneyThe radio and television per Sunday-Same. '
In USAFI
School; six will go to the Aviation Jax Navy Fliers remained ...""---",... .,................,_......,...,,,............,.'"..........w.-U D_ _. ..
Seventy of these men are en-
Electrician's :Mate School,
rolled in the United States Armed in contention for the Sixth .
I while two will muster at Aviation
Forces Institute, studying In their School. Naval District baseball crown

spare time both technical and Storekeeper by eliminating Key West Navy. ,,
academic subjects. :Many of them Here under the Mutual Defense 10-4, in the second day of tour L.y

are taking radio and television Assistance Program, the Italian ney competition at Memphis,
students can read and write Eng Tenn. .
courses, preparing themselves for
lish to their ea
civilian life. Others are qualifying sufficiently pursue I Pensacola's power-laden Cos- w
for high school and college cred- studies In the technical training I hawks administered a first
involved at the school, but have I-
its in mathematicsand
by enrolling I round defeat to the Fliers, edg
business administration courses. difficulty in understanding and ing the locals, 4-3, in 11 innings.
speaking the language.
The Fliers faced Memphis
During the past 10 sail- ATTENDING AO School are
year Navy, also with one defeat, ina
ors have received high school diplomas Giovani Virdis, chief gunner's third round contest yesterday

or equivalency certificates mate; Aldo Tomassini, chief gun The winner will advance into > .

through the patrol squadron's education ner's mate; Renzo Marchetti, chief today's round against Pensa

program. (Please Turn to Page. 8, Col. 1)) cola's defending title-bearers.



I I Buz Sawyer Eyes Adventure With VW.4/./



After he extricates himself Squadron, VW-4, the Hurricane !- periences are read daily by mil

from all of his present spy and Hunting squadron. lions, will fly assignment on -
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cloak and dagger crisis, don't hurricane reconnaissance, it is
Cartoon Crane spent two
be surprised if you suddenlyfind
reported.
v jeks aboard the station with
Buz Sawyer's next adventure VW-4, gathering material and Here with Crane during his

brewing in Jacksonville background for Sawyer's Jacksonville visit were Henry Schlensher,
Buz Sawyer, a handsome, and Florida adventure.The who sketches the continuity of .SOY.Yr'tNWM.xwwH.YAlNmsbri'vw6aN0lI .w0M'kWw'.Y.. : AV.

trouble-shooting comic strip plot and theme of the com the strip plates and script BACK FROM WORLD CRUISE-A historic night was climax
character, the brain child of Ing chapter of events is, of writer Edwin Cranberry. ed and written into Navy: annals last Saturday: with the return

.cartoonist Roy Crane, is ex- course, secret, and fans will Many of the scenes to appear -, Training of members Unit of, from Reserve a 16,000-iaile Patrol Squadron overseas 741 cruise.of Naval The local Air Reserve

pected to make his appearance just have to follow the strip in the strip.will be authenticated ron was the first reserve squadron to be deployed overseas squad in
sometime this month in situations from day to day. through the use of pho peacetime. Above is just a small section of the families. and dlr.
involving Jacksonville's S.M. tos taken by ,the NAS Photo nUaries who were on hand to greet the returning globe-trotters.
Airborne f Early 'Warning The fanioni pilot, who. .e*'. Lab. The long.ranre Neptune bomber, above, one of five making tb.%
flight, sports the' ports of call, painted on the funtart.! ;






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' Published ever* Thursday for Navy and MarIne tcllvlUei at Naval Air CATHOLIC
!\ Station. J&ckionUUe. k'la,
NA!!. JarkMBflU Sunday, Mass-0800, 0900, 1000-
(' pt. John S. Thaoh .._._._.........._._,..r.-, ....._ Commanding Officer
Comdr. John D. n"-h -, r...v.mu.. otflcerF1 St. Edward's Chapel.
I
*t Air ai.MllU Saturday-0800.
Rear Adm. John Perry ........... ...M-. .. m..m..u..m rt-... Commander
Capt. Richard O. Greene ...__,_.>_ ..ChlcC of Stall Daily-0630. I
Flft' Air l3'Lt E).". Sunday-OG30-Mass at Hospital
Capt. Theodore Dahl _. Commander
Comdr. frank D. Heyer <'I1ld' Stall Officer Chapel.
Kttal Air Trckalral Tralalai C....r MORMON
Capt. David MpTamphi.ii I ,,,, ,, [ u ,?,?.,? .... ,.. ... ? Commandln, officer
Comdr. Wilson It. HIiIUett.,... ,......._._.. .. ....... xt-ul1\1 Olfleer 1930 Wednesday NATTC -
Nasal lUipltnl. Chaplain's Office.CHRISTIAN ,
:apt, Edward S. Lowe ?.._.,.....,. Commanding Officer
Capt. U A. Newton r.'C'\Ilhe OfOctr SCIENCE1900TuesdayNATTC
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Capt. John r. n pAmm n Comdr. C. G ay Strum ,??????,??,?,, ,,,,, ,, ,,_. ,.., ,.. Execullve Officer lain's Office.

ne JAX AIR NEWS I U publlihed weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station, PROTESTANT
/acktonvlll Florida, and printed commercially with non-icproprlated funds
government and In compliance with NAvtXOS P-Jti. Rev. 0930-All Saints' Chapel.
t.to'olw.tn: o rfbr: distributed I free of chart: at the Naval Air Station the 1100-All Saints' ChapeL K v
Naval Air Technical Training Center,,. Natal Air Reserve Training Unit. Naval 1 a '
Air Station Cecil Field and the U. ;II. Naval Hcxpltal. 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel.
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Editor-Andrew H. Pitney (Note: Addresses of local -""" -- -
Aislslant. Editor-Helen Harpers F orts EdltorGordon' Robbie, JO3: Staff churches be SIO CIIANGE-t'l all yours," Lcdr. Curtis J. Zane (right)
obtained calling
Jlepoitern-Jack Holm**, PHIl; Clrculatlon.Disltibutlon-Chuck Paul A03; Irene may by NAS
Owe: SN. Jax service information officer, tells his relief, Lt. Ted Morgan -
lha JAX AIR NEWS U a member Of the Armed Forces Press 5 rv1c. the Chaplain's Office, 425. as he hands over the office crying towel. Lt. Morgan, >\h
Arps "malarial appearing' In this publication may not be reprinted without has had experience before in inforcation duties, doesn't appear
the written permission of Armed Forces Pttaa twrilM Republlcatlon of otMr too worried. Lcdr. Zane leaves this for
.att.r. except( by an,vie* nubllcaUons: U prohibited without permission of Third Super Carrier week duty as communications
1Cc1l1 r. JAX AIR NEWS. officer aboard the carrier USS Leyte.
Editorial office located Main AdmlnlitraUon Building Phone extensions Named USS Ranger
.1I4. 216 and 8164.
The Navy has named its third SAFETYBox Lt. Morgan
R super aircraft carrier the USS -


Mate, The Price of AWOL is High! U.Ranger.S. ship This to be marks called the the Ranger eighth, Score Takes NAS

I dating back to the Revolutionary Disabling Injuries Through

A tot of men in Service think about going AWQL. Fortunatelymost I days. Tuesday, Aug. 10 510 DutyLcdr.

The, new Ranger is a SO 000- This Month 6
,
: of them don't go any further. This is good sense because those
This Year SDays Curtis J. Zane, Service
who do take off spend a lot of time being sorry later, They have ton floating base. First super carrier -
Sine Last Information officer of the Naval
is
the USS ForrestaJ
sec
learned that the price of AWOL is high.
Lost Time Accident Air Station, turned over his duties
ond i IB the USS Saratoga both 16GmGABOAM
There can be dozens of reasons why you might want to go over ,
under Monday to Lt. Ted Morgan,
the hill Maybe your wife 1 is sick maybe your family is having construction -
formerly attached to
Utility
financial troubles maybe your girl has sent you a "Dear John" AUGUST SAFETY SLOGAN Squadron Seven based at NAS

letter or maybe you are just fed up with everything. But no "Long Chances Shorten North Island, Calif.
matter what the there better of handling it than 3I
problem, are ways Lives"Ilememb Zane, who made many lends in

by running away. Every installation has persons charged with giving r this ,logan-it Jacksonville when he was direct-

you help when you need it. means money. Ing publicity for the 1953 and 1954 (

Resides when you take off you are! running: ont on your Navy Charity Carnivals, hall been

country and on the buddies who serve with you. Somebody else ordered to the carrier USS Leyte

Hill have to carry your load. 'I'IIt'n"h..n you come back, ,you'll Name New Skipper For for duty lIS communications of

find out you lost much more. Fighter Squadron 172 ficer.

If you go AWOL, you are bound to lose money. You are certainto s Command of Fleet Air Jacksonville LT. MORGAN, a native of

lose your pay for the time you are absent. It you are court f Fighter Squadron 172 was Chandler, Ariz., and a graduateof

rnartialed and found guilty, you may forfeit part of your future pay assumed last week by Lt. Roy Arizona Collf'ge'H, is well .

us punishment. You may be demoted or bypassed' for promotionand P. McCloskey when Comdr. JamesB. prepared for his new responsibilities.

thus earn 1 less money for your mistake. CaJn and Lcdr. Frederick C. He was sports. editor of his

It you are AWOL for more than two months, or are convicted Kidd, commanding officer and executive high school paper, and has completed ,

of desertion, your family allotment checks stop. It you are caughtby officer" respectively received the public informationcourse
I .v
civilian authorities, you will have to pay for the expenses in. I, transfer orders. at the Armed Forces Information -

volved. And, of course, as an AWOL you will have to pay for your I Lt. McCloskey will be acting School, Ft. locum, N

own transportation back to your station. commanding officer of the squad Y. While serving as aJr opera-

Another penalty which U even more severe U the loss of I NEW PW OFFICER-Comdr. I'onlnUl the new commanding tions officer of the USS Kenneth

your personal freedom. You may be restricted to your barracks I Ira N Curtis has assumed his officer and executive officer report Whiting during the Korean conflict f

urea on extra drtalU. If your cane i I" considered ,serious, you ''I duties! as Public Works officer aboard. he also performed public
and restdent officer in
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information duties.
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may be confined In the station brig, a disciplinary barracks or
.ronstr1lftlon.
('hargp.or Curtis is a civil engineering graduate
Federal prison. I I' Morgan entered the Navy in
even a
of the University of Michi 1942, won his Navy wings at NAS
The final penalty 1. more than your IOIor/ either money or Comdr. Curtis I
He entered the in 1939
Navy ,
gan. Pensacola in 1944. And for sev-
You will be held
of
personal freedom. It is your loss reputation.
I and served first at the Navy
eral months after that he received
while in' Service.
back from promotions and better assignments
Named To Head Yard, Charleston, S. C. In 1941- further flight training in
When you return to civilian life, you will find your record againit
42, he was assistant Naval at- Jacksonville. He was then ordered -
when apply for a job or try to become a respected memberof I
you you ; Public Works tache in London,, ;)+.:ngland.e to the Pacific Fleet, attached
community.Yes .
your
.
\to Squadron VPB-116 based: at

the price of AWOL is high.AFPS( ). I 1' Comdr, It a N. Curtis has Resumed Ordered to the Pacific in 1945, Tinian and Iwo Jima. .

.- .-.---- '! duties as Public-..'orks officer Comdr. Curtis was officer-in- LV 1931: Morgan was one of
a ,
of the Naval Air Station charge of the 139th. NCB (Seabee I 25 Naval aviators selected for an

Candland McKee Weekend Tide Table and l'esic1ent.oCficer.ln.charge.ot. I ) Battalion on Okinawa. This. I exchange of flight instructors between

1 construction, relieving Comdr. William group trucked cargo away from the Navy and the A i r

HIGH LOW Clampett, assistant Public the beaches about six weeks fol. Force, and stationed' at Vance
In Forefront As AM.
A.M. P.M. P.M. Works' officer, who has headed the lowing the invasion. He was attached Air Force Ban, Enid, Okla.
Fri 6:50: 7:15: 12:40: 12:43:
department since the detachmentof to the Staff Com ervPar, Besides his Naval career, he
Sat. 7:34: 7:59: ] ::211:30:
'Most Richard L. Mann in
Military'Outstanding Capt. July. Pearl Harbor, in 194647. has two claims to fame WhileIn
Sun 8:19: 8:42: 2:02: 8:42:
Curtis here
Comdr. from
comes Returning stateside In 1947, high school he was named ono
enlisted petty officers Ft. Amador, Balboa, Canal Zone, Comdr. Curtis was attached t I the all-state football team o<

of the Navy and noncommissioned where be was District Public the Public Works office, Naval 1 I 1938. And he is the son of Preston

officers of the :Marine MOVIESMAINSIDE I' Works officer for the 15th Naval Training Center, San Diego. In I F. Morgan, who lives in the

Corps were inspected Monday by District. 1949 he was a student at the Naval town of Truth or Consequences.
David McCampbell, commanding -
Capt. *
officer of NATTCenter Thursday, August 12 I War College, Newport, R. I.,I This town, until a few years ago,

Her Twelve Men..Greer Cursor Although Comdr. Curtis hat i and remained another year as i I was more staidly known as Hot
and Lt. Col. Lindsay, commanding -
Joseph
officer of the Marine Friday, August 13 never been assigned duty at Jacksonville member of the staff. I Springs. It was rechristened when

Aviation Detachment, at changeof Lavender Hill Mob..Alex Guinness!I he has visited here or Comdr. Curtis will reside on th! Ralph Edwards, director of the

command ceremonies. Saturday, August 14 business! trips. Capt. Mann hai I Station with his wife, the former. Truth or Consequences how, began -

Crossed Swords..Errol FlynrNATTCENTEIl I taken over Comdr. Curtis' previous Ruth Geddes of Saglnaw, Mich.,I spending his vacations there

Cagtain McCampbell inspected '"-- billet in Balboa.A .1 and their two children, Carolyr I and producing his show over the
the Marines and Colonel Lindsay
Thursday, August 13 native of Chicago, 111., Comdr 16 and David 10. local radio station.
Inspected the Navy petty officers.
Denver and Rio .
Selected "moat military" I
as Gran'de ............ Edmund O'BrienFriday

wr Air Weapons Jack Candland System, AE1)School) Naval, and Her Twelve Mert..Greer, August IS Carson::11 To Cut Number Transfer Rates For EM Reserves I

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Tech. Sgt. Jack D. McKee, of .
Saturday, August IS The Navy is planning to reduce transfer to the Regular Navy.is fications for enlistment or re-
Aviation Ordnanceman Class B
Lavender Hill Mob..Alex Gulnnesi, the number of rates for which due to expire on Dec. 31, unlessa enlistment in the Regular Navy
$ *
HOSPITAL active duty enlisted reservists can II need for more Regular personnel Those who successfully pass the

The two enlisted officers will Thursday, August 12 transfer to the Regular Navy, fol- requires its renewal.A I examination can expect to be allowed .

Jeve Friday night on an all-ex- Weak and the lowing this month's service-wide number of Naval Reserve enlisted I to transfer to the Regular

penses-paid trip to Miami, returnIng Wicked ........,.. ..... Simone Silva examinations Navy in their current pay grade.
petty officer according personnel on active duty
Sunday night, Friday Augnut IS However those
tailing the /substantiating -
to Bureau of Naval Personnel
The trip is a monthly event for Denver and Rio have been granted permission to examination must enlist

the outstanding military man or Grande ............ Edmund O'Biler I officials. participate in this month's petty or reenlist in the Regular"

woman of the Navy and Marines. Saturday, August 14 The program under which inactive officer examinations for the purpose Navy in pay grades lower than

lit the Training Center. :Her Twelve<<" Men..Greer Oamor L Reserve enlisted personnel of substantiating their quali in which nerving.llil .





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fcppniirA\* / Firefighters, Equipment Get WorkoutIn

/< 'Fire Test' By District MarshalFirefighters .a

L a .

at NAS Jax, along __ _
'IL T life saving techniques to adminis yt

_.;.;: NOTES with their fire-fighting and crash tration and training programs, -
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.r'1 equipment were given a full scale took three days and was climaxed

Gang:, workout last week during the by two full scale drills The first : r' '

Must tell you about the good simulated an aircraft crash and
annual inspection by Sixth Naval
time at the CrO Club at'the Naval fire, demonstrating speedy and
District assistant fire marshal!
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Air Station.
effective use of carbon-dioxide

Went out there Saturday afternoon Harold F. larding foam, smothering the flamed until -

for a swim Found they The inspection, which covered Crash' Branch personnel, clad

had a dance that evening;, so stayed everything from lie-fighting and in asbestos equipment, could beata

to take that in. You should path to the plane and rescue d \j'

have been there! What an orchestra '- .. 0 the pilot

They sure are smooth. ';' -' THE SECOND DRILL invohed
k
We really enjoyed It Building 805, a secured .frame w

They (the club management) structure on Mustin Road( Pre-
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announced there would be a swim- sumably ablaze when the "sur 1

ming pool dance the following prise" alarm was sounded, the

evening so, of course, we had to structure was quickly attackedby : 'T ...

attend just to see what it was No. 3 Station, first to arrive .
TO THE RFSCUK-Hans Wiegand, captain of No. 3 fire engine
all about. V.M on the scene, although No. 2 Station submits obediently as Harold larding (left), assistant Distract -

Seems the main idea l is to bring was on hand only seconds Fire Marshall observes life-saving techniques employed by
does later. Posted guards diverted traffic two NAS Infirmary corpsmen, Harry Shaw, UN, holding mask,
the family and everyone as the "fire" and Wallace Jenkins 1IM3, operating/ resusitator. The drill wan
they please. Swimming for the approaching part of the broad annual inspection of the station firefighting program
well The drill was! realistic, to the the Sixth Naval District.
kids, and the grown-ups as ,, by
last. detail. A victim --
and dancing: and bar-be-cue chow supposedly I
for all. Sure was good and the overcome by smoke, was carried I April J5 Is New Deadline
down the fire while hose ;
escape,
chow didn't cobt much at all.

The band that plajrd Sun- -. ..w1Eii and chemicals dealt with the fite Bill
: In Tax
: Below, the hospital corpsmen set Changes New
day night had some smooth arrangements -
$ to work with a resusltator, reviving -
not to mention the
.the victim.I I "Splendidwork
vocallot, Mho IH smooth herself.
!" Inspector Harding declared -
Load For
Had fine crowd both Lighten ManyThe
a leally as Comdr Ira Curtis, new

nights and certainly hope they ly arrived Public Works officer,

continue to come as it was really beamed proudly at this display of new tax bill, readied. for President Eisenhower's signature,

a friendly crowd That counts a E the Fire Department now under will prolong the current combat zone exemption for military personnel -

lot. his command I .

Course we had bingo last Tuesday HE WAS NO PKOUDLR than As long as the-draft is in op ----
night, as usual, and "of allthings" M service in combat dependent son or daughter lives,
ran eration, people
assistant chief
fire Aubrey Evans,
someone won the big 1 will continue to get the full bene
who shouldered full responsibility zones, or in hospitals as a resultof fit of income that
splitting wa
Seems this retired -
woman a
prize. of the infection while Chief Donald combat zone service will continue allowed
before the husband
chiefs wife it. She had r or
got B Moran was on leave Inspected to get tax exemptions Al wife's
death
for a period of twoyears. (
been the for sometime
playing game of enlisted man's is exempt -
carefully were the station's an pay
.
After that, the survivor
and it the
was really jack three 750-gallon pumpers, and the first $200 of an of-
get one-half the benefitof
is Tues- may only
pot. Bingo played every UP TilE LADDER"A ''l ladder truck mobile fleer's ,
"RUN : light plants pay income
if
splitting remain
they
day night and we always attend
35-foot aluminum ladder is and small equipment and the
Also scheduled to expire next
and have a good time. quickly run up to the root of foam head of a household. Keeping a
trucks. Jan, 1, but now due to continue
805 selected the separate home for
So will say "so long" 'tn 1 see Building as dependent
you at the club next week, and "burning building" in the annual .All crash equipment at Opera whenever the draft i. in opera. mother or father now qualifies for
District fire inspection. tions was inspected ,and paper lion is the forgiveness of all taxes headehip of a household.
by the way, we'll see you at the to ,
B. Wright
Capt. W. prepares work examined closely In his report due from a person dying in a S *
regular dance on Saturday, and hitch the roof ladder to the
they said that there will be the ridge pole, aided by Phillip inspector Harding said that combat zone, or in a hospital asa Any separate' .nalntt>nan<,, paM
there was no the NAS Fire Department is still result of combat zone service
Naturally .
Stubbs.
swimming pool dance on Sunday. a wife by a husband is now deductible
secured buiding "above in "
fire, and the average every way if under written
to and the rest of a agree
Hope see you still has: a whole roof The department has long helda
the bunch there. Additional exemption changeswill ment. The new rules apply onlyto
position at the top of Navy fire
So long, for now, and all the EXTEND TIME FOR department lists.SAFETY. help the servicemen as wellas agreements made after enactment
boot others Included Is a "baby of the new law.
.
.
)to and the wife! VETS TOOTH CAREThe sitting" exemption for widows, Retired people above 65, includIng

Independent Offices Appropriation I widowers, and to some extent for military personnel, will get a

Act for Fiscal Year 1955 ZONE working mothers. If care ia nee tax credit worth up to $240 a

Employees OpenNominations extends the time in which veterans ft. essary to let the parent work, up year, if none of it is lost by excess -

with service-connected noncom- KEEP yoUR SHIRT'ON to $600 may be deducted earnings. This I permits a

For pensable dental conditions may IN SUMMER HEAT The new law allows deduction tax-free retirement income up t,>

apply for outpatient dental treat- AND THE THIRD PE6R6E ol medical expenses in excess of $2,666 for the unmarried person

Boards Councils ment, Veterans Administration announced YO'RE SURETY BEAT three percent of adjusted gross in- $4,000 for the married person The

today. t come. Five percent Is allowed at retired person could work and ,

Civilian employees of the Naval The new date ia December 31, present.A earn up to $900 without losing

Air Station are preparing for 1954, or one year after discharge, I surviving spouse, if he or she any of the credit. The retired

their annual election of membersto whichever is later. Under last maintains a household in which a person over 75 may earn an unlimited

the fourteen Employees' fiscal year's appropriation act .. amount without loss of
,
Councils, Board of Directors of the delimiting date was July 27, ,FN a .t any credit.

the Employees' Association, and
(. :
195
Children under 19, or over 19
Board of Trustees of the Em- t. .
and student, can be claimed lilt
ployees' Mutual Death Benefit So-
ciety. Ship Sunk, Refloated tax exemptions no matter how-

9 much they earn, if the parent
During the period Aug. 16 and Every Ten WeeksThe pay
half of the support. Under .
Aug. 20( all employees who desire most-sunk ship in the U, -r Cv f present
law, a child who earns more
may submit on official nominat- S. is the water-weary USS LSIL
than $600 a to be
ceases
ing petition forms the names of 978, a landing ship that has madea year an
exemption. A student is identl-
candidates for election to these career of being sunk and re
fled as attending an educational
councils or to the Employees' Association floated so that student Navy rot I
institution or engaged 'in on-the-
Board divers can learn their skills on
farm training Job
training aml
I There will be no nominations .y EYv

I for the Mutual Death Benefit Society her.At the Navy's only school for count correspondence courses don't

I Board as Society members salvage divers at Bayonne, N. J., .

I will name this group at election the 978 makes a ship's supreme
Currying charge,; on items purchased -
time. sacrifice and slides beneath the
on the installment plan
Official nominating petition waves. Refloating the vessel is -
may be deducted, even if they are
forms may be obtained from the culmination of training in _
not labeled as Interest in the -
purchase
election officials, chose nameshave many phases of undersea work. contract.

been: ported on department -AFPS).
bulletin board The three percent rule on an

Only non-supervisory employees of a group of regularly assigned nuities is abolished. Under the .,

holding positions below the level subordinates and do not officially new arrangement, the amount of

of GS-9 and Leadingmen who participate in matters of performance taxable income in the annuity i.

have been continuously employed ratings, discipline, discharge, CHANGE OF COMMAND AT NATTC Capt. David Me- fixed by the life expectancy of the

at this activity for at least one or promotion of other employees. Campbell (left), commanding officer of the Naval Air Technical annuitant,

year are eligible for nominationand All employees are eligible for Training/ Center for the past year, salutes his relief, Comdr. Wil Starting next year the deadline
son Bartlett third from left) during change-of-command ceremonies
for tax returns will be
to the filing April
election
election to the Employees'Councils. nomination and held Monday. Comdr. Bartlett will command the Center
However, employees at Board of the Employees' Asso until the arrival of Capt. Henry DeLong in September. Left to lG, A married person, having up

and above GS-9 may be nomi- ciation. Only members may be right are: Captain McCampbell; Comdr. Forrest Norvell, super- to 110,000 in Income with most oft

nated and elected provided they elected to the Board of Trusteesof intendent of special training; Comdr. Bartlett; Lt. Grady Gay, subject to withholding need no
assistant to the executive officer, and Lt. (Jg) Richard Harris, declaration
Death Benefit Society longer file a of emanated
their the Mutual
are not held responsible by service information officer Capt. McCampbell will take up dutiesas
supervisors for the work results test coordinator at Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent, Md. income.r I
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; NAVY WIVESCORNER FAW-1L VP-5, Fasron Six Fasron 109



. Scouting Jax Squadrons


Al the last business meeting, _. aa

Llnde Forsyth, convention chair FAW-ll Stall annual Operational Readiness In-
Arthur D. Lyke, SN, Is the
man, reported on plans for the spection. All hands are sharpen-
proud papa of a 6 lb., 8 oz. baby
ng' up on ASW procedures with
Navy Wives National Conventionto
Jewell born August
Kimala ,
girl,
be held In October, here in the aim of improving the pre-
Jacksonville, 1, at the Naval Hospital. vious good rating to excellent.The .
and
the Wing's checkln
Recently
ORI precedes the squadron'sannual
All Navy wives are cordially checkout logs resemble a busy deployment.New .
invited to Join the club. The Club hotel's registry. Checklns: Ken-

House is located in Dewey Park, neth G. Ekstrom, RMSN, from men welcomed aboard VP-

and business meetings are held USS Midway;. Charles E. Halli- 5 recently were: Ensigns WilliamC.

at 1930 on the first and third well, RMSN, from usa Deuel Gideon; Robert J. Jermstad;

Wednesdays of each month. Full (APA 160)); William F. Kurz, Edwin A. Shuman, HI, from the

particulars can be had by contacting RM3, from USS Ingraham (DD U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis -

Harriet Weir, president, 694); James R. Lunsford, RM3, Md. Two new white hats

or Linde Forsyth at the Navy from USS Juneau (CLAA 119)); coming' into the squadron were;

Wives Nursery, extension 368. James L. Mosely, SN, from USS Arthur N. Washington, TN, from

Chairmanship appointments were Megara (ARV-6)); Jimmy D. Rob- the USS Duxbury Bay and Phillip -

made as follows: Nell Deloach and inson, TE3, from USS Chilton I A. Liberty, YN1, from VW-4.
*
Billie Heard, chairman and co- (APA 38)), and Arthur N. Wash- I
,.. .... Fasron Six
halrman, respectively of the ington, TN, from USS Duxbory
nOME FROM MED-This group of'23 enlisted personnel and Robert L. Pruitt, AM3, became
Nursery; Linda Brunson and Nancy five officers comprise Composite Squadron 62's detachment which Day (AVP-38)).
Lohr,. chairman and cochairman has just returned from a Mediterranean cruise aboard the USS Log-outs include: John F. Hagan the first squadron member to re-

respectively\ of Entertain- Midway. The detachment was under command of Lcdr. Lee M. SN, to USS Rooks (DD 804)) enlist under the provisions of AL-

ment; and Thoi Ring, publicity niodgett. This photo was made aboard the carrier. at Newport, R. I.; ames W. Ham- NAV 32 which governs reenlistment -

du\irman. mond, AG3, to USS Taconic (AGO bonuses.

Plans'ere formulated for theClub's Travelog Shows MUSTER TUESDAY FOR 17)) at Norfolk, Va.; Richard I.. Pruitt "shipped over" for six
on Aug. 3 and in so doing
monthly Ward party, which I E-5 EXAMINATIONSPersonnel Leadbeater, RM1, to LST Divi- years
was handed a wad of greenbacks
will be held at the Naval Hospitalon Ports sion 43, Amphibious Base Little
Foreign eligible for Pay large enough to bulge any pocket,
the evening of Tuesday, Aug. Creek, V., and Donald A. Sales,
Grade E-5 (second class) exams a tidy $871.44. He Is the fatherof
DD 866)),
17. RM1, to USS Cone (
4 > For VC-6.2 Unit will muster Tuesday Aug. 17, five children the eldest being -

at 0730. VP-s Donald L, age 7.

They traveled thousands of NAS Jax personnel will ga- VPpel80nntl are working Pruitt, a native of Suches, Ga.,

miles took hundreds of photographs ther at Mainside Mess Hall; hard preparing for their semi- reported to Fasron Six in Nov.

Fleet Air Jax personnel meetat 50, and has served in the air-
and visited many foreign
NATTCenter' Mess Hall and Airman School Staff frames department until Jan. of

Y ports. NATTCenter personnel congre- this year when he was cent; on
Member to NAS Niagara
That composed the travelogue gate at Building 502. :. TAD to the NAS Gas Pool.

AttrYSS.. A, of 23 enlisted personnel and five Lt. Harry Palmatier, former Recent additionS- the Fasron

officers of Composite Squadron phase coordinator at Airman Preparatory Six roster include Chief Henry
"Hey, Mac, your wife Just ran Naval Air
VC-62 of Jacksonville, who returned off School ai the Cardoza, AP, Chief John M. Solo-
with another nllorl""That's !
a few days ago from a Technical Training Center, has mlto, AP. The former comes from
Just like her- always been transferred to the Naval Air I
seven month's cruise to the Medi- San Diego, Calif., and the latter
W-l W-/ terranean aboard the USS Midway ruining somebody's leave." Station, Niagara Falls, N. T., for from Corpus Christ

(CVA-41). duty. I A native Jaxon was chosen this

THE CARRIER returned to its Three Men Held In He was selected to participatein week as "White Hat of the Week"
the and Administration -
home port at Norfolk, Va., and Training for his outstanding performance
Cigarette Case TOR of the Na-
the squadron's; enlisted personnel I ( ) program on the job. He is James D. Miller
Headline In local val Reserve.
was airlifted to NAS, Cecil Field, paper.
SN.Prior
thence to Malnside. The squad- to entering the Navy in

ron's group was known as De- Jan. '53, Jim worked for National -

tachment 34-54, and was under Airlines at Imeson Airport.

W-3 W-'t the command of Lcdr. Lee. M. Finishing boot training at San

P9 Blodgett. Diego he reported aboard the USS

Other officers of the detachment Shelikof AVP-52 and then aftera

NEW WO DARS-Here are included Lt. Howard N short tour there, was assigned
the new warrant officers' Insignia 4
which have been approved -- Wegmet; Capt. Charles S. Melton { a C< ., to ComFalr Jax until February

by all four services. (;USAF), an exchange pilot; Lt. of this year. .
The Navy will use a Navy blue Clare H. Elicker, and Lt. (Jg) f< *

background; the Marine Corps Kenneth E. Luke. Enlisted personnel Fasron 109
scarlet and the Air Force AF 5 4 ,c-
were headed by Phillip Fasron 109 lost five men last
blue. The 'Army has not decided -
on a color yet. W-l and Murphy, ADC, Vincent Carnassa, :: week. Relly Pursell, AMI, was

W-2 insignia will have gold ADI, and Peter Punzi, PH2. >s transferred to F-12, and Marion
stripes; W-3 and W-4 will have i O. Marze ADI to
NAAS Kings-
IT WAS NOT all work on the ,
silver.
cruise. Visits were made at many ville, Texas. Discharged were
.
ports of call Including Algiersand t George D. Teppin, AN, Who will
Career Men I
Tangiers, North Africa I ; --a kiii make his home in Houston, Texas;

Athens, Greece; Instanbul, Tur- Howard M. Greene, AN, to Atlantic -

Given BreakThe key; Marseilles, Cannes, France, 'r \ 11. \q"q p each, Fla., and Gene A.

also Paris (by train); Barcelona, l ij'ffi; Brewer, AN, who will return to
House-Senate conferees on l4. \, : his home Halt-man Tcnn.
Spain; Genod, Leghorn, Florence,r ..u 'if' ,
the proposed National Housing 'l Donald Glidewell his
,
rang up
and Taranto, Italy, and Palermo, t
Act unexpectedly last week gave L j. '4'' \ : 30th softball victory and his 421st
career service personnel two ma- Sicily. Some of the crew visited the : 'to ,
: ; :, strikeout in the semi finals of the
jor breaks. Escape and Evasion School in ComFair Jax softball tournament

The breaks came through agree- England. New Electrical PANEL CLINIC Students last Thursday. Glidewell and Lin-
attending the Atlantic Fleet
ment of the conferees to hike e Airborne Electronics Training wood Gray are the teams' leading

the maximum mortgage permitted Unit's new electrical course at hitters, with .370 averages.
Course Offered
under the planned servicemen's Detachment Two, Jax, listen Comdr. Rolland L. Hastrelter
Three Reserve Officers closely while Lewis Pierceall
loan and held
home the
program monthly personnel Inspec-
AEC, (left), explains one of the
struck a clause prohibiting use Recipients Of ContractsThree By FaetulantA mock-up panels which he constructed tion Friday July 30. Outstandingmen

of Veterans Administration loan Naval Reserve Offi- for the course. Stu- at inspection were WarrenH.

privileges for those who take advantage cers at the Naval Air Technical new electrical course has dents are left to right) J. Less, Williams, AK1, Linwood J.

of the in-service mort- Training Center have re- been added to the curriculum of AE2, and C. W. Kilgore, AE3. Gray, Jr., PR2 and Thomas Bell,

gage benefits. ceived three-year contracts for the Atlantic Fleet Airborne Elec- Lewis Pierseall, one of the De- A03.

Conferees on the Defense- duty with the Navy. tronics Training Unit's Detach- tachment's instructors, serve as .

backed home loan measure Increased Under the retrenchment pro- ment TWo, at NAS Jax. the "backbone" of the new train

from $15,000: to $18,000the gram, Naval Reserve Officers Designed to give the Fleet's ing. These panels, representingall HOT AIR

maximum sale price of a are being released to inactive Aviation Electrician's Mates a AC-DC power systems found

house permitted under the duty, but approximately 1,200 thorough "checkout" in AC-DC in Navy planes, give the instruc-

mortgage Insurance provisions have been offered retaining electrical power systems and tion a learn-by-doing "punch."

find 4n addition: contracts. equipment used in Naval aircraft, After listening to lectures and

Those thus far at NATTCenter the course is a part of the De- working out problems on paper
servicemanwho
1. Provided that a
Include Lt. Edwin Wood- tachment's Fleet Airborne Elec- during the first three phases oi
takes advantage of the In-
service loan benefits may not be burn, training officer of Aviation trical Maintenance School. the course, students are ready tt

barred from utilizing veterans Electrician's Mate Class B The course rovers potting of work on panels. They wire them--
School; Lt. Edward Bell, air-
home loan privileges after separation AN Cannon plugs, Publication, then they operate, troubleshoot,
maintenance officer of
craft
retirement. NC-5 Power Unit, and Aircraft
or Training Facilities, and Lt. AC-DC. Electrical Power Sys- and repair them.

2. Ruled that servicemen who Robert Hogan, training officerof tems. Eight students a month pas
previously had utilized VA loan Aviation Electrician's Mate '"
for In-Ferric Four mock-up panels built by through the 20 day of J iiwtruc,
benefits are eligible Class A School.
Chief Aviation Electrician's Mat tlon.
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12 August, 1954 JAX AIR NEWS Page .Five ;


CAA OfficialTips AGO Grads Hear ;
It's Now 'Reynard, The Fox' At Patrol Squadron 5 ;

Jet Pilots Message From I;
A month-long contest to seand its quick explanation of

lect a nickname for Patrol the squadron mission.

On Flight SafetyA Squadron Five's famed fox InDuplicate prizes will be Captain Thach i I

Civil Aeronautics Adminis- signia was climaxed Tuedsay awatded to W. D. Bowman, Twenty-five Ensigns were gran- I |

tration official last week told jet when the special committee of Metalsmith striker, whose uated last week from the NATTC :I

pilots of Fighter Squadron 34 that Officers and enlisted men an"Reynard" recalls the cunning Q Aviation Ground Officer's School ;I I

"all pilot should understand and nounced its decision. of the mythological fox of that at a ceremony highlighted by tho :' j

adhere to the C.A.A/s Airway The final choice, "Reynard, name, and to A. Turcotte, Ord presence of Capt. John Thach, I,

emulations to Improve their flight the Mad Fox", actually includnance Chief, whose "Mad Fox- commanding officer of the Naval ,1

afety." ed two of the nearly 100 es" touched on the squadronnames Air Station, and Capt. David Mc-

At the invitation of Comdr. submitted in the conmission.. Campbell, commanding officer of

Frank H. O'Brien, VF-34 skipper, test; and was based on several Henceforth, you'll be hear- the Training Center.

Vernon T. Erickson lectured some Important considerations: ing much of the exploits of"Reynard" Captain Thach in congratulating .1

22 squadron pilots last Thursdayat catchiness, exclusiveness, practicability and the "Mad Fox "".3''g "Reynard. the Fax the graduating class, com '

their NAS Cecil Field ready for press releases, es" of Patrol Squadron Five. Insignia mented that the AGO curriculumwas I

loom on rules and regulations of in his opinion, the most

the C.A.A. concentrated he had seen any-

Throughout the talk, Erickson where. lie went on to comparethe

stressed the importance of correcting Navy as he knew it duringhis

flight plans, and notifyIng earlier years of service and

the C.A.A., when last minute as it Is now, and stated that

changes are made. He con- much of the Navy's prowess in

cluded his lecture by citing cases SALTY HUMOR FROM these times can be attributed to

where pilots negligence had resulted HERE AND THERESailor d. money well spent in the realmof

in numerous air mishaps. research and development. As
> : "Why didn't I get 100 K
proof he offered, "the aircraft you

Junior Chamber Seeks percent on my test?" see in the Navy today, as a result -
I
Navy Men\ As Members\ Teacher: You remember the of that research, won't play

question 'Why did the pioneersgo second fiddle to any in the world." .
j Naval and civilian personnel
into the wilderness'T"Slrllor a
Further he slated that witheach
I between the ages of 21 and 35
: "Yes." weapon development during
are reminded that they still can 4 iAw
join the Junior Chamber of Commerce Teacher: "Well, jour answer, past years, which s e m eaourt'f'fJ

the nation's foremost while interesting, was incorrect. Claimed would wo the

young men's group.Membership end of largo) natal attacking
forces, the Navy baa Incorporated -
in the Jaycees enables "Let me show you somethingnew

Navy men: to prepare them in a snappy sedan," suggested It tut an attacking weapon -
of Its and made the
selves for leadership in civic and the salesman own

community affairs in the future. "It won't do you any good," she ..........".,.sm.' '".:. xkYw raaw a .,..:!J1Jkttt: 1i suOYFh? 1i In fleets more Impervious thai

Men are needed for active par- replied, "and besides, I don't think NEW NAMES FOR BUILDINGS Performing one of his last year previous.

ticipation on many committees, you could." official acts at NATTCenter prior to departure Capt. David Mc- Captain Thach added certain

including Military Security, Avi- a a Campbell (right) officially logged new names for the Aviation advice to the new Aviation Ground
lon Ordnancemen and Aviation Electrician's Mate School buildings.It Officers: that the basic princi-
International
a t Affairs Jeanie did
: "Why you quit teaching -
is part of a program inaugurated several months ago at the of
Americanism, Public I Safety, school to Join the chorus?" Training Center. Lcdr. Edward Medart (left) stands next to sign ples mobility, flexibility, andability
Sports and others. I for Far Hall for the AO School's administrative to concentrate forces atone
many Queenie: "Well, I think there's r a gut new name
Interested personnel can building. point still stand He encourAged
see
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more in showing
money figures
them in their outlook
on
Jaycee representative Andrew II. to the older "
boys.
Planey in room 230, Administration a a Host of Buildings at Training Center future jobs and remind themof
their towaid5their
building, or call extension responsibilities /
The father glared sternly at subordinates. .'
8184. Now Carrying Familiar Navy Names
the son: "Another bite like that Following Captain Thach's address -
and you'll leave the table he -
BC-BS Payments Due As one of his last official actsas Captain McCampbell awarded -
admonished. named in honor of living Individuals
Blue Cross-Blue Shield policyholders commanding officer at the .Naval and their answers to let- diplomas to the graduate,
"Another bite like that and I'll Air Technical Training Cen- starting with honor graduate, En-
are reminded that monthly ters of request have shown the
payments are due Aug. 16.17. be ready to a leave. ,'" *said the kid. ter prior to departing for dutyat program to be most favorably ac sign Thomas D. Coyly

the Naval Air Test Center, cepted. Ensign Coyle Is a graduate of
The Texas recruit at the observatory Fatuxent River, Md., Capt. David the University of Rochester, Rochester -
Men Of VC62Stars' was new. lIe paused to Rear Adm. Malcolm F. Schoef-
McCampbell completed the nam- N. Y., and was commissioned
fel, for whom AO School Building -
watch a man peering through a
ing of two sets of buildings. at the Officer's Candidate
large telescope. Just then a star 622 was named wrote, "It is
Of Photo fell. New names were given to seldom that an occasion arises School, Newport, R. I., prior to
buildings at the Aviation Ord- his attendance to AGO School.
Training FilmPilots "Man alive," he exclaimed. nancemen and Aviation Electrician's which causes me to be completely .
flattered and immensely
proud.
"You're a fine shot!" Mate Schools.
I Your letter of July 21 made me 20-And-10 Bill
and enlisted personnel a .
The program will be continuedafter both. Personally and officially, I
of Composite Squadron VC- I She: "I consider, John, that his departure, with the cere- consider It a privilege to be hon- I
62, will shore the spotlight in a Allows TOfficcrRetirement
I sheep are the stupldist animals monies for the AGO, AK, NAWS, ored in this fashion, and you are
training film entitled "Photo Re- "
living. AN (P) Schools and several oth- granted permission to name the
connalsance with an F9F-6P" to
I be released for military purposesby He: (absent mlndedly) "Yes, er buildings yet to be named. It building for me. Perhaps one Break

my lamb." was inaugurated several months day I shall be able to get downto
A bill
the Bureau of Aeronautics.The permitting temporary
a a 0 ago to name the school buildingsand Jacksonville and take a look
training story, ordered by Navy and Marine Corps officers
Supply Officer: "If you have 10 barracks after persons and at 'Schoeffel Hall'"
BuAer, will be of 20 minutes dura- with less than 30 years serviceto
potatoes and must divide them campaigns of importance in the
tion, and is being shot in part at THE AVIATION Storekeeper retire as officers was presented -
equally among three persons, how science and the history of Naval
Hanger 115, and part in air to School Barracks was named after to Congress this past week.
would you do it? Aviation and the Navy.
II. C. .
air sequences by a motion picture Captain Gwynne.The Long-awaited, the bill probably -
Ship's Cook: "I'd mash them." BUILDINGS HAVE and will be I
from the Photographic AO School
crew -
Navy's Buildings were won't be acted on this year,

Center at Anacostia, D. C. named as follows: 613, Farragut but early action next year seems

The shooting crew is in chargeof t Hall; 537, Dahlgren Hall; 600, I assuied.

Lt. Floyd A. Faircloth of NPC, : Santa Barbara Hall; 601, Sullivan I The Navy now has 3,683 tem-

project supervisor. Others include Hall; 611, Preble Hall; 622, porary officers who have less than
Herb Ruckmick; Lt. E. Leavitt of Schoeffel Hall; 585, Rodd Dormitory
30 years service. The Marine
BuAer; Merrill Tibbitts, from the 9 yf ; 592, Reed Dormitory and Corps has 153.Authoiity : .

Aerial Survey Company of Chi- 621, Halsey Hall.
to retire temporaries
cago, 111. The AE School Buildings were
on 20 of service 10
years commissioned -
The camera crew consists of named: 512, KIrchhoff Hall; 510,
is what the Navy i is
H. II. Nealey, PHC, chief cam- "+ Lenz Hall; 511, Franklin Hall; 515, seeking. At these
present, men
eraman; R. E. Miles, PHI, cameraman Marconi Hall; 516, Edison HaIl;
can only revert to enlisted and
; D. W. Crossland, PH3, 521, Ohm Hall; 522, Volta Hall;
transfer to the Fleet Reserve
cameraman; A. J. Martinez, EM3, 523, Wright Hall; 540, Tesla Dormitory ,
where they sweat out 30 and
electrician; B. J. KawalewskI, y' k ; 543, Fleming Dormitory;
then are advanced to their officer -
PH3, and P... F. White, PHAN, 544, Weston Dormitory, and 545: ,
the
grades on retired list.
both
grips. W Farady Dormitory.
During operations of the NPC The Navy proposes to change:

group air to air sequences were "Between you and me, how do thU policy by writing Into the

shot of two F9F-6P Cougars, piloted you like my new girl friend?" act of Feb. 21, 1946, a clause
,Cppcar: st
by; Lt. Norman Gearhart, "Between you and me, not so specifically Including any member -

and Lt. 'Lewis C. Brown, respec- hot. But alone-oh, boy!" of the Naval service of permanent -

tively, and a TV plane with Lt. t enlisted and temporarily

William Now rs at the stick. ,;e 1 Professor: "I forgot my um- commissioned status.

While ground close-up shots -- ...............-_.- .. --- brella this morning." This amendment would also per-
were filmed at the east end of MOVIE GROUP ON LOCATION-Hangar 115 has taken on Friend: "How did you remem- mit service as a commissioned

Hanger 115, squadron personnel the appearance of a Hollywood movie lot with cameras grinding ber you forgot it?" warrant officer to be counted to-

handling gear included Jack Stur- away and pilots, with their planes, the subject of attention. Navy Professor: "Well, I missed it ward making up the 10 years of

gill, PHI, and Howard O. Skin* Photographic Center personnel shoot scenes are aboard for a ,training working film with entitled Composite << when I raise! my hand to elope commissioned service under the

ner, PH2. 1 "Photo Reconnaissance With an r .6P Cougar.:' it after It had rfoppM raining" 20-nnd-lO rule.



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12 Teoms Seek Berth TMe-OuT|



In Links World Series rIa With Gordon RobbieA

.A pleasant surprise in the

Slight alterations have been made in the newly organ form of two letters reached

I ized NAS Jacksonville ttound-Kobin Golf Tournament the sports desk this week

opening greensward week matches were ready to begin over the NAS as P II Jax from Navy Matt outfielder.\Voloszyn, former


: .. ___ q With Ardmore, Okla., in th.
Deviating nom the Wednesday 1y
rich; TIGERS-SummlU Hurst, Pete I +R Class D Sooner State League,
Er
date previously agreed on, the Dahl, Gay, Heron and Skipper; dw
TORS- Ayers. Breads ; )nfBr.. Matt sends greetings to his many
matches will be held Thurslaysand 5lck on. Sc Coder and Hjlfrlchj; RED
Fridays for the next five OX-Hartv, Stater, Ladd.. Plva, Wot- \F. -.L friends here. During his tour of
ford and ,
Komoglla duty !in this area, Woloszyn was
weeks with the American and NATIONAL GlAN7 -Barn('.. Webb _
attached to Faaron Nine at Cecil
National Leagues alternating Benak, HOI'nebu'klf''ry.. Thomas and
wrton; DODGERS-Uro7.o. Mare. A. Field.
dates D. Dtckson Coward. Comdr WeHtoreland -
KfnfleId and Bloyd; BRAVES An interesting observation from
American loop firing will be. Chaff, Comdr. Iceman Stutz. Iomreck -
Conner and Campbell PHiISCooley his letters was that Class D ball,
chi today at 1515 with the In Comdr, Ooodmun. Drayion,
at least in the Sooner State circult -
Coleman. Comdr. Ilastrtrder and .
dians battling the Yankees Baa.sett
Tigers
: CARDS: -Barrow. Elliott Klnde- is not up to par with that
vs. Senator; and White Sox viler welsh I McIntosh and Hrmltr;
REDLEGS--Davies. Rineelta, RenU, played by Jax Navy. '
opposing the Red Sox Bernard,
Hayes and Gardner
In :31 games with Ardmore,
.
5 *
Tfttime 1545 Woloszyn ha 25 lilts for 79

National League teams commence Braves Tackle RamsIn FISHING PRIZES-These two Overhaul and Repair depart. times at bat with three doubles

play tomorrow at the ment employees show off prizes won in July's Black Bass Fishing two triple, seven borne
came time. The Giants tackle the Week-End SeriesNick Contest for Civil Service employees. Roily Fagan (left) accepts a
runn, four stolen bases, :3.1
Shakespeare rod for his son who won the child's division competition
Phils, Dodgers meet the Cardinals Cullop's :Macon: Peaches while Jack Bedenbaugh (right) shows off his Phlueger supreme rb.1V, with a .316 batting average
and Braves face the Red. make their final 1954 regular seaon reel as first prize in the men's division. Bedenbaugh landeda .

legs. appearance in this area when 11 1/2 pound bass, using artificial bait. !Mrs. Robert Brown won With 40 games left to go, Matt
the women's prize for the month
Senior loop teams will play on they battle the Jacksonville till has ample time to Improve on

Thursday next week with American Braves tonight at 2000 at the his healthy average. Woloszyn

League clubs taking over Friday Myrtle Ave park. NATTC Waves Enter is especially I proud of the 25

All matches begin at 1545 There'll be plenty of baseball r.b.i.'s perhaps more important

at the first tee. this weekend as the Braves tang- than batting averages.

Original plans calling for eight- le with the Augusta Rams in. Softball Matt will clearly remember his

team leagues with a seven-week i singletons Friday through Sunday. City Playoffs Ardmore debut when he hit home

season were scrapped. The field : All games begin at 2000 with runs in his first two times at bat.

has been narrowed to six clubsin I Sunday frays getting underwayat Staving off a last inning rally the NA1""Center'laves Gus Mancuso, ex major league

each circuit with the SE'asonI I 1500. copped a 14-13 decision over Seven-Up Monday night at backstop, pilots the Ardmore club.

going five weeks. t Murray Hill to take the second half championship of the The owner is muti-mlllionaire Wa-

Women's City Softball League. co Turner
Close Race Seen Marines\ Bow
I The first game nt A two.out.of. .. Prior to being sent to Ardmore,
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Team captains are requested to ng ana the steady filming or
phone in lineup to golf shack three series against Seven-Up, Gorsky handed NATTCenter a 111 Woloszyn got into seven games at
Early In ASA Hamilton, Ont., hitting 323. Both
first half champs, was held last
prior to 1430 day of play. Teams victory over Springfield in an
i night at Murray Hill. A second clubs, as is Matt, are in the Cardinal's
unable to play on designated' other contest last week. .
I Softball game will be held tomorrow with chain.
PlayThe
dates must complete scheduled *
After having a five-run margin When he'left the Flier two
third if ,
a Monday, necessary
match before next day of play. I
whittled away, the west siden
Duval County Open Soft- Meanwhile, the NAS Waves month it ao.'ololl7.'n WA-
Matches will be of nine holes
Iced the with eight final inning
ball assured of the with 10 game pacing the club with a .511
Tourney was at wrapped up season a *
duration in three best- all lourpomes. .
tallies. The scoring outburst
least 21 teams in quest of the 7 win over Gulf Life before 800 mark, 32 hits In 103 trip
Low twosome in each
featured Brown'
was by
title as play opened yesterday at fans at Murray Hill. I *
receives one point for respective -
quartet
Lackawanna Park, Get Early Lead triple and :Pat Gorsky's double. Almost I 3,000' of the nation'sfinest
team. .
Teams are expected to be of Service teams entered in competition Bonnie Brown was the winning military and civilian marksmen

equal strength. The pennant race include; 0 & R, NATT- hurler. The ace righthander relieved are In training for one ofIportsdom's

should make baseball look sick, Center, Fasron Six, Naval Re. Lupe Ortiz in the third. NAS Fall Sports most gruelling tests
-the 1954 National Rifle and Pistol
thanks to diligent planning by a serve, NATTCenter Marines and The NATTCenter gall opened
Plan Set By SS Matches, contested at Camp
three-man subcommittee NAS Civilians with a three-run lead against the
special Maiaside Special Services has Perry, Ohio, Aug. 15 Sept 5.
Area Bottler nine Monday. The westside -
appointed by the NAS Golf Committee Represent
announced
preliminary plans For the second consecutiveyear
crew held the lead throughout
The NATTCenter Marines lost for the 1954 Fall Iron Man the matches will be fired on
77 Participate in the opening round of the ASA the game. Sports Program. the world-famous Buckeye State
Following is the lineup of Northern Sub-District No. 2 Tour. Joan Houser, with four hits,
Competition will be held In ranges.
teams (six men plus one alter. nament last week, falling to the paced the winners' batting attack.In An
three sporls-volle"ba.1l, touch Araiy teaching team from
nate): St Augustine Stars, 3-2, in eight all, the Waves piled up 17 hits
football and bowling with the Ft. Benning, Ca., Infantry
AMERICAN INDIANS-Comdr. Hey. off Seven-Up pitching.
innings to towards Iron Man School will hold training schoolsin
points
er, Williams. Fish Bush, Clamppt.BurkhcRd Barbara Tucker had three hits. go
:and Westerman; YANKEES The winners tallied the tellingrun Trophy standings small arms fire in conjunction
_ Kaulk. Schultz Capt. Counlhan Patsy Brown, Norma Fleming
Capt. Dahl Norditrom. Lyons and with a double and single. The In the very near. future, with the national matches.
Fox; WHITE SOX- Adams. Mabry Joanne Hall and Jean Larson had
Queen, Page, Ball Lewis and Hel service two hits each. Special Services will send out *
entry forms to various NAS POP FLIES! Casey Stengel

Airlant Softball The Stars eventually copped the Pound SpringfieldWith and Fleet units in an effort to gained his initial monicker because

championship, defeating Hardageand the bases loaded In the learn of activities interested in he hails from Kansas City

Tournament On Sons, 3-2. The two finalistsare sixth frame, I tar tin g Waves competing'in this program.The (K. C.),

representing this area in the chunker Carol Shelby was relievedby three sports are expect. la VF-14 Intra-squadron softball .

District No. 2 Tournament this Genii Gorsky. ed to start competition aroundthe games recently, Officer

At Quonset PointA week at Ocala Home runs by Hall and Flem- middle of September. For downed the Line, (.::; Ordnance

strong Fasron 109 softbal additional information, contactext. beat Structural, 8-' and Kleotronicfl -

team hopes to head homewardthis 512.Center. walloped the Chiefs

weekend from Quonset Point, 16-%.

R. I., with the AlrLant title un *
der its belt Golfers Vie This bit of news makes us reminisce

Tipped by a formidable U S S about Jax Navy varsity

Gilbert Islands crew in the finalsof For IM Championship football a thing of the past:

last year's title quest, the The professional Washington Red
With ten teams entered, first
Beavers are aiming for a repeatof skins swamped an 11th Naval District .
round play began yesterday in the
1952. That year they took the y e t ?' $ x t NATTCenter Intramural Golf All-Star football squad, C2.0,

AirLant crown and went on to before 10,000 fans last week in the

cop the Atlantic Fleet diadem. League. __ annual Navy Relief pigskin classicat
ip.ra Tomorrow, Supply meets Administration -
With the strong arm of Don San Diego NTC.

GlidewfJl, the Fusronites are No. Two, NAWS Freddie Haas, lightweight with
9hY School faces AO-B School while
rated good bets to go all the iy the Jax Navy-Marine boxing
way In Fleet" softball play. Lt. oy i ; AN-P School opposes Spec la I team, was the honor student in

(jg) Ed Connell IM roach of the Services. last week's graduating class at

Heavers.Fasten. Next Wednesday, it's (Special; AO-A School.

: Services vs.Supply, NAWS School Haas Sixth Naval
109 already owns the ---- mot District

ComFalr Jax, NAS Intramuraland vs. Administration No. One and lightweight champ, leaves for duty

City league crowns. : AO-B School vs. Administration at NAS Barbers Point, T. II.

After completion of AirLant No. Two. There's a Marine at Paris la.

competition this weekend, Fleet All matches begin at 1630 at land who believes Cincinnati hurl.er .
r
tf
Softball activity rests a week priorto 4r the station course. Fred Baczewski the greatest
..
start of the Atlantic Fleet major league hurler And why

Tournament, Aug. 23. LIGHT HEAVY-Clarence Russell, 165.pound Marine from Cycle Cop: "Say, how man y not. The fan is his sister-Pvt.

Although a definite site has not Aviation Electrician's Mate School at NATTCenter, works out in times have I arrested for Mary Ann Baczewski.
been determined for Fleet cam. preparation for the North-South Florida AAU team match Sat. you .
palgnlng, the choice lies between urda'y at Miami. Russell, along with three other Jax Navy mitt- speeding on this road?" Some people are like blotters
and boxers from Green Cove Springs and Cecil Field, will
New London, Conn or Kay West, men opposite leatherslinrers from Miami MCAS, Key West Navy and Traveler: Don't ask me, I soak it all in, but get it all

with Pul>Lnnt host! the University of Miami. thought you were keeping score!" backwards!"

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12 August, 1954 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven

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Third Place World? STATION LINKS SITE

(: OF FLEET AIR PLAY

To Jax NavyIn t Y Say ComFaJr Jar: will be repre-

vented by a rh<<,-man tram In

Jr. SwimThe LJ ( Marines I the ComAIr Lant Golf TOUrnament

; to be held on the Natal
Jax Navy boys' swimming J JFliers' Marines are
team collected 108 points to fin- they ought Air 1S-17.station link, September -

Jh third in the First District opponents more
Prior to the AirLant etcnt,
Junior Olympic Championships losing an 11.8 de
(he ComFalr Jar will\
tourney
conducted by the City Recreation Jacksonville All-
Department at Brentwood pool at Enterprise be staged at the station greensward -

Aug. 30-Sept. S. Low
)last week. Final
five indUlduals will form the
The strong: Ponte Vedia Bath be no bad, ex- .
area team for AirLant com petition.
Club, with 136 points, copped first are women! .

position with Florida Yacht Club Ends On a bit, accord Entered In the! ComFalr JAX

>fccond with 127 points. San Jose 'he mt'C'kl, both shooting will be top the men
led the pack in girls' competition. battf'rlN.'ic
eighth.'S from qualifying rounds at Jar,
The Jax Navy Fliers
Mercer and: FalrDet Cecil, FairDet Glynco, '
Team trophies were awarded to note, dropping a 10-8 verdict chunked for FalrDet Sanford and FalrDet

Ute winning and runner-up squadsin Mason Field last week, Charlie Pies Key West.FalrDet<< .

girls' and boys' divisions.All games Jax Navy's latest .
Jax qualifying will
Thus coach Frank McCaffrey'ahopes for the Marines
swimmers winning points of be staged at the NAS course,
carrying a sixgameskein and Peggy
automatically 'qualified for the into tourney play at Memphis Larson doing Aug. 2S-27. Two 18-hole round
State Junior at Miami
Olympics will be held.
Tenn., this week were dashed .
August 19-21 against the rocks. The loss led at the plate Other detachments will hold

Diving honors in the 1516 years was an unfitting climax to a Press with own qualifying tourneys over

of age boys' class went to Jax great final half season. singles. the NIne distance.

Navy's Mike Sherron, with teammate Victors in 15 of the last 18 Doth the AirLant and v.....

John Gandling copping third. contests, Jax Navy played .833 a hurry to find a Fair lax tourneys will be 7%.

Owen Ganzel of Jax Navy was ball in the waning days of the 70 mph.
boSH of medal> play.
high point man in the came age season, a far cry from the ,405 *

bracket '. mark held by the locals at the : : have practically. Charles Fitts, repreeutagFaftron << !

I start of the hot streak. The Filets the menu today Nine, Cecil Field, woe

record stands at :3025.: : know, How about championship laurels In lastyear's
/
/ERS/c Rtt! BSRB' I An entourage of 19 men de-
Pl.rPot.. AB hI.Ju. I ComFalr Jax firing with
..., or :2 11:1:1: : II 2 .411(1 parted the station Sunday morn- .
.."...<,'.." ..'... ... '.
4'on h.r.: '1b !lY :28 40 611106 U 208tunnrt :! ) ing for Memphis. Making the trip a 96-hole total of 151.ly .
: p 17 Sf II 10 11 II .294 I !t-::.:"" .: ,
(t'ihp1x1l 311 21 lIS 18 2t 31 10 .289 were: Jim Coughlin, Merle Gun-
rr.rle 4tI 170 2t 46 83 19 -- --- -
I ,271Keeley --- --nfamQ- '
'II 4f 172 33 U 64 3S .258 net, Andy Campbell, Sam Travis,
Ku', IIr 25 IItI 12 13 14 .2:12: Whitey Beasley, Stan Tentnowski,
T.aIOl'. or 3l 110 15 111 21 4 .225
Ki*.1r0urk; II 2R 36 1 8 11 9 ,.222hiucu : Wally Shaw and Don Jones. ui
II 22IS/ II 11 13 II ,.208T
Jankunlft t
'otao.kl'. 211 Ii 51! 12 J1 15 II ,200to Strong
,u. or 8 20 II 4 4 a ..200Krysnt Aba, Frank Jankunls, Earl r
1.0 2 10 4 2 2 1 ,:!IO
rwrtlle: a : ::1 20 1 17 20 I 10 .1082.nkrmi. I I RTackstock, Petey Sheets, Norm
;. :
!\ p 1:89135: 1 UO 6 241 6 2 119 .210.191WT' Bryant, John Schwartz, Don Tea- ( Armed F.rci Pr.ct SrvU) t

tor, Ray1 Norville, assistant coach QUESTIONS; .
ct""i'PR
Pitcher H W L Pct.
fillnlitt III 1111 !If III II S .:27hlltt Bill Rice, manager Hezekiah 1. Who has won more U S.
!. I' 118 fl3 711I/ 3 ..02SHlvkttKk : Walker, coach McCaffrey and -4(1 Open titles, Bobby Jones or Bn
JII 12 117 84 II 4 ,6110 (
3.nknni. 15 lill r,8 74 II 15U driver Carl Yonas. ) 4I Hogan?
hwr lIt U lot 5; 10 .331
!I\\'T..No "1regee" .tub 1..,. I I' The loss to Hunter came on the I 2. What la the l'ule toncein

heels of a 10-1 win for Jax Navy ing the official round of knockout

the previous afternoon Lefty when a fighter can't answer

Frank Junkunis again came the bell for the next round.

through for the locals in postinghis ,
:
3. How many times wan Sugar\
sixth win against five setbacks .
Robinson defeated and
Ray was
'. "
'. : "" he ever held to a draw?
I I The NATTCentei' Marine spaced
<> :'" 4. Is it legal for a jockey to
eight hits and walked only i ,
p. bet on the horse he, is riding?
one. Three bingles in the third

him into trouble with the ANSWERS
r got STROKES FOUR.1\IASTER-Jlm Coughlin, Jax Navy veteran
lone enemy run scoijng" A nifty I 1. Each linn won four.
y first baseman, crosses home plate after blasting his sixth home
double play got him out of further run of the year over the right field fence in the fourth Inning of :2. The few York liutingCommission
last Hunter AlH-Jax Navy tilt at Mason' Field. Jax
danger. Tuesday's "nj'* a fight ending..
I Navy lost 10-8. Ready to congratulate Couhlin, is Andy Campbell
between round reH'rh< to the
Pole Pair
Ileasley and Stan Tentnowski, on base when the four-bake blow came.
P I Scoring opened in the second! AS Hunter catcher is.John Oxenford. previous round. However" If the
blasted his firstroundtripper -- I bell sound, fur the nut round the
Whitey Beasley
of the over the I content end at that round. Tim
year Jax
left field barrier. This pet the Marines Bump Navy I Ml A wore the. knockout an occurring .

i stage for four more quick runs. j I / In the round coming up.

Three walks, an error and Jim 5. Jake LnMotto, Randy Tur-

y ..3Lr Coughlin's two-nin double broughtthe From 6ND Softball Play pin and Joey Maxim defeated

scoring. In the third, Beaaley : Koblnton. JOKC IJasora and Henry

again poled a four-master near The, Parris Island :Marines played the badman's role Ilrimm held him to a draw.

the same spot in left field. The twice in spanking Jax Navy, 1-0 and 4-1, last week to eliminate II 4. Rules of raring Mate: No

home Fliers followed with three. the Fliers from the Sixth Naval District Softball Tourney jockey Miall bet on any race except

more tallies. at Pensacola. through the! owner Andon
the horse which he rlilr*.
I The winners' final run came in Host Pensacola Navy, with air.
ting stars for Jar Navy, com- .
Jim
the fourth. Lo er was Jumpln' tight pitching, whitewashed the
I hosed of top softball talent from .
Heatheily, who Issued only two Green Cove Springs Bullets, 1-0,
hits but gave up seven free passes in eight innings Saturday nightto the several components at NAS SPORTS FROMYESTERYEAR
.lav. Matt KurlUdi, WATT.
and a wild pitch.In dethrone defending champion
the closing tilt, Hunter went Navy Memphis.The Center, ua coach of the club

ahead with a three-run third. Jax with NARTIJ's Cloble Canterbury
Bullets, defeated by Jax and "Tex" Goodum of Another in a weekly feature
WAVE GOLFER-Sarah Jane I Navy came back with six counters
"Teddy" Jackson, chief person- I in the same Inning, Navy in an' early round, got a NATTCenter serving M al tanl that brings to life performanceson :

nclman at NATTCenter, is representing Gunnet Relieve life by upending PensacoU, :5-0, *. IHospital the Naval Air Station sports
Special Services golf in a semi-final match. from
scene dusty issues of the
team in The visitors made It 6-5 In the after blanking Glynco,
the Center Intramural
Jax Navy received> a bye onopt'mng' Jax Air News.
links league. She' holds a 24 fourth as John Oxenford blasteda before 4-0, on opening day, met the same
theBullets.
day edging I TEN YEARS AGO TODAYA
handicap in tournament play. two-run triple off starter Earl fate as Jax Navy. The Medics.
Chief Blaine Watkins toyed I highly potent NATTCen-
Jackson works in the
Blackstock. Coughlm's sixth home fell victim to Green Cove, 9-2, and
Chaplain's Office. I with the Green Cove batters In ter boxing team won the national
Parris Island, 122.
hurling a neat four-hitter. Owen service ring title, lifting

I Wave Chief Boosts Gals' SportsAfter I Ganzel of AE School walloped week-long Eleven clubs event were, including entered Pensa In the the crown from the Parris Island

a tremendous two-run homer Marines! four bouts to
cola Green Cove
Navy Springs,
,
Intramural league. two. The bouts were staged at
ter The first Parris Island-Fliers
absence of eight
an nearly Field Parri Island
Ellyson NavyMemphis
Chief Jackson took an active struggle was during third day'splay. the Center auditorium before
years, Sarah Jane Jack- Cecil Field Jax .
"Teddy" Navy,
role in women's softball, basketball Watkins again hurled for 3,000 fistic fans.
son, a pioneer in Waves athletic Clarksville NavAdminu, Jax Hospital -
while
and swimming serving Jax Navy, opposing the Leather FIVE YEARS AGO TODAY
circles, has returned to this area at Mainside from April 1944 to neck's Tqm Bialobreskl. Key Went Navy and Glynco Jax Navy sof ballers boostedtheir

and is currently !assigned to the December 1946.A NAAS. season's slate to 21-4 by
A tired Watkins was on the
NATTCenter Chaplain's Office. 3942 graduate of Penn State blanking Key Wet, 13-0, on the
mound the
following day, again
'Teddy," a chief personnelman, with a bachelor of science degreeIn facing Blalobre kl. Gene Horton Info On AA Available NAS diamond.

was quick to put her athletic lean Physical I< du,8t1on.t'Teddy" of NARTU batted in the lone Flier For information concerning Alcoholics InlUal call for varsity. football -

ing to use, joining Special Services hu taken a keen interest in the nm. Anonymous, rail extension -. by 75 candidates hopefuls. w 4 answered

golf team in the NATTCen- NATTCenter spouts rr'/+gram. HorfVm. and ftanr! were hit 648. I
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FOR RENT craft is to be secured In the best

Furn. efficiency garage apt. 2215 possible manner, with loose gear
River Rd Ph 2-8209, Mrs. Johnson removed secured.
,<< or
.
REFUGE AIRPORTS are located
2 bdrm. house, $65. Lakcshorc. r ( 4', l.riY.- 14" -
'
"J- at NAS Olathe, Kans., NAS
Ext. 759, Do 'elte. .' Personnel are invited' to visit
a rc, Birmingham, Ala., anti CampbellAir the usa Servicemen's Club
3 rm. turn. upper apt. 529 Dell- < at
Force Base, Ky.
wood Ave. 37 W Monroe st., Irons 0930
Furn apt., 2604 Post st. Ph. 7- Four conditions of alert set up to tasodaily.

7295, Mis. Bra}'. # procedures for protection of government Thursday- -, August- 12. 8:00: urn..
2 rm. furn. apt., 4602 Palmer jMM property and safety of -Open House. Due to the repairing -
v station personnel in the Hurrl-! of the air conditioning
Ave. Lakeshore, Mrs. Moxley. system
2 bdrm.. unfurn house. 2920 Harvard S'S ; cane Security Bill. the dance usually held at
Ave. Ph. 2-3958, Mrs. ., All personnel, especially those this time Is. cancelled.

Dow. : new to the area, should study Friday, August 13, 5)::30: p.m.-

3 rm. turn apt, 1514. McDuff r A these procedures carefully since Cafe Italiano, Spaghetti Supper;

Ph. 889177. Mrs. Wood. ', r7r a.1 the "operational readiness" of the 8:00: p.m., record dance.

3 rm. apt. Ph. 2-4232, Mrs R. '9 \ 'Na station will keep hurricane dam Saturday, August 14, 10:00: a.m.,
McDavid. b .4',:. f ., L'll age to a minimum. -Open House all day: 8:00: pm,
4CK ',
'* : ,*': Ply'y 1 _,'S' 'q I I*'
Rm. in private home. 3338 Randall vm:.vai'Zn A When Condition IV Is orderedby record hop.Sunday .

Ph. 88-9223- ---, -Hertzman.- AN IDEA AT DEPOT-Lcdr. the commanding officer, hurricane August 15, 10:00: a.m.,

1 bdnn. home, $50. Ph. 2-7975, First 'Benny Sug'Awards Leonard Vickers left), offi- winds of destructive force -Dunking Round Table, free coffee
Mrs. Wilson. cer-ln-charge of the Navy Fuel are expected within 72 hours Gen and donuts; 11:00: a.m., off to

:Efficiency apt. 1537 Oak St. Ph. Depot, receives a full explanation eral operations will continue, but church; 5:30 pm, Vesper Servicesand
DeliveredAt of methodof
2-3145, Mrs. Davis. numbering an Improved and identifying initial preliminary precauUona11'measures refreshments; 8:00: p.m., mo
Small furn. house $50. 5962 will be taken.IF .
pipelines and valves, and de- vies.Monday
Blanding Blvd. Anderson. Fuel DepotThe terming if plug valves are HURRICANE winds ate In- August 16-Club will

2 bdrm. furn. apt., $7o. 8480 Man- opened or closed. Originators dicated within 48 hours, the Station be open at 500: pm. 7:00: p.m.,
rasa Ave. Ph. 112-8-4551, Mrs much-supported Navy Incentives of(center the ideas) and are,Harry Carl Adklsson McQuaig will move to Condition III. Ping Pong, with Frank Puskas.

Abbott. Program, which is still (right) The two men won a General operations and preliminary Skating at Skateland, reduced
3 rm. (urn. apt., 4(59 Collins Rd paying off in hard cash at the joint $10 award for their beneficial precautions will continue. rates.
Ph. 112-8-4551, Mrs. Abbott. Naval Air Station, has receivedits suggestion, the first to be Condition II warns personnelthat Tuesday, August 17, 8:00: p.m.,
awarded at Fuel
first big boost at the Navy Navy Depot. Game Night
3 rm.: fum. apt. 3253 Dignan St. forceful winds are anticipated
Ph. 8-1760, Mrs Ballentlne. Fuel Depot. within 24 hours. General operations Wednesday, August 18 8:00:
Two Depot employees have already PO HonorsTo p.m., Open House.
3 rm. furn. apt. 2259 Forbes St. will continue if possible, but
Ph. 7-6936, Mrs. Durant. earned a $10 cash award *
action will begin to secure the
3 rm. furn. apt. 2148 Rosselle St. for an Improved method of production Bolsius entire station within 12 hours The Daytona Plaza Hotel, located
Ph. 7-5461, Mrs. Winter. The idea devised jointlyby directly on Daytona Beach

Small furn. apt, 2S54 Corinthian Carl T. McQuaig, liquid fuel (This is the Und in the Petty Condition Upon notification II, all department of assuming heads la offering a 25 percent discountto
Ave. Mrs. Miller. pump operator, and Harry O. Ad- members pf the Armed Forces.
Offtcer-of'the-Week aeries at the will have five percent of their
Will share apt. with business girl kisson, leadingman, outlined a Discount applies to rooms and
I
Naval Air Technical Tialninlj enlisted personnel stand by for
or couple. 1862 Riviera Park- plan for numbering and identifying food. You can wear uniform or
W3 '. Ph. 2-1197, Mrs Rathsan pipe lines and valves, and Center.) duty in emergency working parties present ID cards.
which will be under the
supervision
S determining if plug valves are Eugene Bolsius, AT2, of Flight *
of the Offlcer-of-the-
FOR SALE opened or closed. Operations and Flight Line Main A special rate to servicemen,

6 rm. house, 219 Cherokee St., tenance, received his second stripe Day. $2.00 per day per person basedon
6000.()( Ph. 2-5585, Boerner. ,This Initial check was presented as a petty officer Y. while at the At this time also, the executive two or three to the room, is
3 bdrm. ranch style home. G I by Lcdr. Leonard A Vickers, of- Training Cenlei.\ officer will take steps to recall available to Armed Services per

financed. 4726 Tlmuquana Rd. I flcer-ln-charge of the Navy Fuel Joining t 1 h'e all station personnel and can- sonnel at the Johnlna Hotel, MI-
Alters, ext. 748. Depot after being approved by Navy in November eel: all liberty Local broadcasting ami Beach. Every Saturday nighta

5 nn. bungalow. GI Mortgage, 4 the Depot's own Committee on 1951, companies will be utilized to special moonlite swim party and
Awards. accomplish this objective. wiener roast is given in honorof
percent. Mrs. J. R. Tippins, 3048 Bolsius I attended
4th St. Circle. Here at the Naval Air Station, boot WHEN TilE hurricane is expected service people, with compli
13 Overhaul to reach the local area ments of the management.
3 bdrm. ranch type home. Con and Repair employees camp at San
necting garage, wall to wall car received beneficial suggestionchecks Diego and entered within 12 hours, the executive officer .

peting, radiant electric heat, oak amounting to $380. The AirmanIrepara will order the complete securing : Talent Show
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floors. 0314 Delia Konoia way, awards were the first presented of the station. Condition

Ph. 8-4040, Lcdr. Zane. by the new 0 & R officer, Capt. 1-' tory School I will be ordered when destructive (Continued from Page Ube

2 bdrm. CBS home, St. Johns Wellington D._. Hines.. h ID r"_ 1n Feb. winds of force are Imminent.All selected.

.. park area, 4300 Lexington Ave. Charles F. 'Jungemann and Bolsius possible precaution to safeguard Contest rules stress that the individual
He later attended Aviation
Ph 8-4803, Mr. Westbrook. Richard P. Martin shared the Elec- personnel and material will
performers or of
1 highest award: a $90 check, for tronlcsman School Class A at be taken.' performers be able to present group an
and then to I
MISCELLANEOUSWill suggesting that locally manufac- Memphis reported The Senior Bachelor Officers' act in
taste and
good of
an entertaining
Lant
FAWTU until
swap VS duty at Norfolk for tured kickplates be used around ( ) he came Quarters w ill accommodate as nature. Such groups

similar duty in Jax area. C. E. the Inside of the cargo compartment here.Bolsius many officer's families, whomay will not consist of more than four
Murphy, VS-30, Norfolk, Va., of R4D aircraft to afford attended Georgia Tech desire refuge, as can be providedwith performers and the running tim
Ph. 88-8246 to the ( for two years prior to joining the food and shelter.
or Mrs. Murphy,. protection soundproofing Building of the acts will not exceed five
Will baby sit day or night 2120 material at the point of greatestwear. Navy 3 is designated as a refuge center minutes.

Oak St. Mrs. Cecile Bowen, Ph. 45 for married enlisted men's Interested personnel, who have

2-6829. Woodrow W. Mayo and Harley Medic: "Is there any insanity families, and Building 110 is the been on active duty In the Navy. ,
Riders wanted to New York, Aug. O. Whitt earned a $50 check for among your relatives?" emergency refuge for station per- Coast Guard or Marine Corps for

17 J, Lucovsky, ext. 8331 their idea of securing the star Pfc.: "Yes, I'm afraid thereis. sonnel. The hurricane officer will more than ninety days, are eligi
'Baby sitter will take care of children board dump tank vent line on the They keep writing me for order evacuation into this build- ble to enter the contest How

while parents are on vacation F211.2 aircraft, preventing,th event money. ing if he considers it necessary. ever, entries must be received at

Miss Joyner, Ph. 7-4197, line from leaking fuel or the Special Services office, Build

1533 Osceola St. coming in contact with the flap A L e ing 930, not later than 1600 to
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actuating rods or the dive brake < morrow. Name, rate or rank, serial

.',. Sailors From actuating rods. or file number, duty station
.
and general description of act
(Continued from Page 1)) Another $50 went to John R. must be included on application.
gunner's mate; Alfonso Piras, Y x'S ,
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Diehl for devising a safe methodof A .
gunner's mate; Antonio DeLuca, operating the HP.M. hydrau- I Rocfccf-Driven
gunner's mate, and Luigi Basile, lie press of 150-ton capacity so 'Copter

gunner's mate.Assigned that the ram head cannot comedown Undergoes Tests
to AE School are Alberto Washington (AFPS) The

Esposito, chief electrician'smate William A. :Matthews won $45 Navy has completed successful
; Francesco Poll, chief elec- for proposing that soldering iron tests on a rocket-powered helicopter

trician's mate; Alessio' Dellaporta, tips be tinned with silver solder, that Incorporates significant
electrician's mate; Gulsseppe DI. to eliminate frequent tinning and Lhk\\ ] innovations for such craft.

Pierro, electrician's mate; Primo saving time and money. A $40 d cy S The Kellett KH-15, which was
Rigo, electrician's mate, and Urn- award went to David Way for an IL41 flight-tested for the first time, has
berto Belligl, soundman improvement on R4D Tow Bars new gyro-stabilizing controls designed -

'. ANGELO Laudano and Gaspare Checks amounting to $20 wentto to give helicopters greater
Arpala, machinist mate, will attend James H. Fisher, Willoughby stability in the air and to reduce

AK School. H. Chance, Jr., John D. Clark vibration.
Dellaporta acts as Interpreter and James' F. Bradley. John W. .
for the group, having attended.chool Deegan won a $15 award, and "Your methods of cultivation
in Jacksonville in 1951. Robert R. Thorn received a $10 are hopelessly out, of date," said
The fourteen Italians '''weretUeau check. the youthful agricultural college
of the Italian-American student to the old farmer "Why,

Club last Sunday at a local restaurant Overheard at a faculty meeting: srrriN' PRETTY IN FILMLAND nionde and dazzling Peggy I'd be astonished U you' got even
in an impromptu get "!Ie', the dumbest student I've Male? U rapidly making a name for herself in filmland. The Potts- 10 pounds of apples from that
' Most of them don't ville, Pa. miss has seen her name rise fromfthe ranks of the un tree."
music
together. Italian songs, ,I ever seen. She motor%:
In Colurilfela Pictures'
known to top billing. appeared "
anti Italian food were the feature, know anything, but thtsIY, cycle milestone "The Wild One". and I is. currtStlf, I starring In,"Hu "So would I, replied the fn"
!" 'I ; '< ., "It's. a pesir tr t."
tf the gatherings ,doean'f even Aspect, man Desire". & 'to tJ :i)


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