Jax air news
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 Material Information
Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 2, 1954
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
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I The 'Big T' And Cruise'I I t

Jacksonville will welcometwo Three units aboard, plus a pho crew and personnel of the Air
carriers over the weekend, to unit from VC-62, steamedover Group spent Christmas 1953::
with the USS Lake Champlain 66,000 miles since depart on the French and Italian

arriving Friday and the USS ing: Mayport last November. Riviera .
Tarawa slated to dock at May CAG-3 units Include VF-23, The big: "T" headed for the

port Saturday morning:. VF-32, VF-102 and VA-35. Far East shortly after the .
; The Tarawa will be returning It was the Mediterraneanarea New Year, to join the Seventh
: from a nine-months "Ma- first for the Tarawa, arriving Fleet. After transiting the In
geUa\ilk'e" cruise,' while the in the Med ten days dian Ocean and the China Sea,
"Champ" is returning* from a after leaving here. Reporting the "T" arrived at Colombo,
I 3 month long* shakedown to to Commander Sixth Fleet for Ceylon and then made good

Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. duty, the Tarawa disembarked will tours at Singapore and
The Tarawa (CV-40)), with its men for visits tt Algiers, Malaya. The big: ship arrived
.f.fJ .fk
Cecil Field-based Air Group Naples and Spain. The ship's (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. i)

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PLACES AT CHARLESTON-Emmett Rodifer, AA; panto-
mime artist, of AE School, shown here going through his routine of
"Pass The Other Udder' was the lone man of three entries.from
Jacksonville to place In the district: sea services talent eliminations VOL.-12 No. 23 U. S. N. A S. Jacksonville. Ha 2 September 1954
at Charleston. As an alternate along with Bob Duffy of Pen- ==::.1.
sacola, he Is expected to accompany the district Winner, an instrumental -
trio from Memphis, to the New York finals.
Air Wing Eleven,

Men's Civilian Clothing
Jax Entrant
Moved To Building '3 Squadron, VP-34, 4 3a:,,,

Civilian clothing counter for
men has been moved from the Wins Navy 'E'
Wins Way To M a 1 In sl 1 de' Exchange Store, I- 1

Building 27, to the newly remodeled Patrol Squadron 34, a Fleet Air _
Uniform I Shop in Wing Eleven squadron which

Talent FinalsPantomimist Building 3. flys PBM Mariner seaplanes out
Items on sale include sport of Trinidad, B. W. I, has coppedthe

shirts, slacks, loafers, shorts, Navy's Battle ,Efficiency "E" ,
Emmett Rod hankies, socks, ties, belts, mili pennant for fiscal 1954, it was an-
ifer, AA, student at Aviation tary uniforms and accessories nounced by ComAlrLant. ,

Eelctrician's Mate School at The FAW-11 unit wins the
privilege of flying the highly respected -
NATTCenter was the lone
; 'Cane
Hunters "E" flag during this
Jacksonville entry to place in a i fQk'
next year because' it was judgedthe
the district sea services! talent Note best seaplane squadron within
eliminations at Charleston SuspiciousArea the'Atlantic Fleet.THROUGHOUT Uq

last Friday. TillS past
; Carol HitsWhile year, VP-34 consistently ranked
Rodifer, who uses a phonograph high during competitive 'inspections

recording. as his accompa Hurricane Carol was, participation in fleet exercises .
nimcnt while he goes through the hitting. the New England'area' and in comparative perfor- :

various motions of singing and Tuesday, Airborne Early Warn mance records. .

acting "Pass' the' Other Udder", ing Squadron Four "HurricaneHunters" VP-34 pilots racked up 10,000;
flying hours in the air during the
and "John and Marsha," placed were checking anew recordof
past year, "an outstanding
third among a talented field of suspicious area in the Caribbean.The flight proficiency for a sea I

12 at Charleston. suspicious area, which approached plane squadron," said Comdr.

Memphis Trio Wins the Windward Island Jack W Crowe, assistant Opera ) .
Rodifer as one of the alternates, tions officer for the Wing.
chain in the Caribbean
wins a chance to compete in the Sundayand TilE BANNER-WINNING _"",'.,,,stp', ;_...'r
New York finals, where the best described as an easterlywave squadron also maintained an ac IT'S BRAND NEW-While Renzo Marchettl, a leading gun.
nine acts from the entire Navy has been under surveil- cident-free record throughoutthe nery chief in the Italian Navy, listens, Joseph Spiottl, A02, of
will be selected to appear on the lance by the joint Hurricane 12-month period. NATTCenter explains the five-Inch high velocity aircraft rocketto
him. Spiottl, of Italian descent, serves as interpreter for the
Ed Sullivan "Toast of the Town"TV About the middle of September
Warning Service. The wave had six Italian Navy petty officers attending Aviation Ordnanceman
show later this month. advanced north of the Island of Capt. Theodore O. Dahl, and School under the Mutual Defense Assistance Program.
his staff plan on flying to Trinidad -
Winner of the Charleston district -
competition was the' Bob Hispaniola at press time. to award the citation in per But They Are Getting Along Nicely

Jacksonville's VW 4 located to VP-34.
(Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5)) son
Carol, the East Coast's first hur Last year a FAW-11 Jackson We Use Too Much Pepper Slack On
ricane of the season, last Friday ville squadron, VP-3, ran off ,
Air Force Pilot some 325 miles east of Jackson with the Battle "E" for land.
Greens Italian Students
ville. The storm missed Jax, onlyto based patrol squadrons, and VP- Say Navy

Aboard VF-14 For hit the North Carolina coast 45, another Wing unit based at I Not enough "greens" with their
and then continue on to rip into Coco Solo, C. Z. won the big"E" I dent.
meals, difficulties of speaking "There Is a difference, though,
New, England area. for seaplane squadrons.
Exchange DutyAn English as spoken by Americansand in the way he speaks it and the

the wide scope of American way you Americans speak," Mar- .
Air Force pilot, veteranof Navy petty officer rating com chetti pointed out through an -In
142 combat missions over pared with those of the Italian terpreter. "We do not have too
Korea, reported to NAS Cecil : Navy, are the three major problems much trouble with reading and
Field last week to begin a 12 __ encountered by the groupof writing English, but except forth
month's exchange duty with IIfkY li Italian sailors attendingthree e simple forms of speech \\'f'
Fighter Squadron 14. different schools at NATT- have difficulty in talking with

He is Capt. Russell L. Rogers Center here.According. you."

USAF, who reported here to Renzo Marchetti, In the Italian Navy, a gunners,
from Victorville, Calif., wherehe mate specializes only In gunnery
a gunnery petty officer and lead
was assigned to the 94th while in the U. S. Navy he alsois
ing chief of the ordnance group,
Instructed in electricity, fire
Fighter Interceptor Squadron.
the American Navy uses "t 00
control, and
During his 18-month Korean ammunition.
much pepper" In Its food.
tour of duty Capt. Rogers piloted Italians are used to green vege- TIIEV HAVE BEEN studying
the Air ,Force's widely- tables to prepare many of their Navy ordnance publications and
basic electricity and the technical t
heralded Sabre-jet. While at-
dishes. None of the foreign students
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tached ,to Comdr. Russell F. have been ill, however, and
Trudeau's Tophatter squadron( although bothered by the warm
he will .be flying the Navy's Florida weather, have become ac To Observe Labor Day
deadly F3D Skynlght Jet inter climated both to the food and As
ceptor. climate Legal Holiday;
The entire station will observe

Capt. Rogers wears the Distinguished MARCHETTI WENT on to explain -
._ Labor Day, Monday,
Flying Cross, the -- ------- that the group had receivedsix
Air Medal (10 oak leaf clus AIR FORCE ABOARD Russell Sept. 6, as a legal holiday.
-Capt. Rogers (foreground), Air months special school in
ters), the Purple Heart and the Force pilot, gets a boost from three Fighter Squadron 11 men as Venice, Italy, in learning the English Only necessary maintenancecrews
various campaign end battle he climbs up the side of this Navy F3D Skynlght jet at NAS Cecil and watch standers will
Field. The Air Force pilot reports to VF-14 to begin a 12-months language and had been taughtby be required to be on board.
ribbon tour of exchange duty. a former Oxford, England, ntu-


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ROLLIN MAYHEM ., Sure Stopper


1 Published every Thursday lor Nary and Marine aetlvlUe at NUll Air CATHOLIC i '
tatlon. Jackionxuft, FJa. 3 r r-
( XAI jackteaTBI Mass-0800, 0900. 1000- _
I' Capt. John S. Thnch .I..L..I, .-.L.H..IU .. -i- -- Commending Officer Sunday,
Comdr. John D. IJl1lch ......... .--, ....UI\lU\'I; : 'e Officer I St. Edward's Chapel. +I
! Fleet Air JatlieatlU 0800.
Rear A4m John p.rr ._ ,... .............,_ Commander Saturday-
Capt. Richard O.'Gltrne _............... .,.. .Chld ot State DalIy0630.Sunday0630Mass. -
nft' Air Rlag KI.". at Hospital: v
Capt. Theodore Dahl _. .CommlndH
COmdr. Frank D. Heef Chief State Officer Chapel.
Meat Air T.ehateal'Tra1.La c......
C'.omdr. WlllOn R. Bnllelt......,...... ......................,....Commandllli Officer (Acting) MORMON
Naval NATTCChaplain's ))4
1930 Monday -
Edward S. Lowe Commanding Officer 13 .1 /t 1 1 \
Capt. 1. A. Newton ......_1r.eC\iUvt Officer Office.CHRISTIAN !1, 1N

CaPt. John 4 CoulllhaR NATO Commanding OMen SCIENCE1900TuesdayMainside

Comdr. C. Glay Sltnm..m i-iecuthe Officer Chapel ,. ay..M" .
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Tile JAX AIR NEWS la published weekly at the U. Naval Air Stationtfacktonvllle. I Office on ramp.PROTESTANT. MS./.. .
Floitda, and printed commercially with Bon-appropritted funds /1 ,. : ..1/Iw
.t no expense to the government and In (compliance with MAVKXUS P-35. Rev... I
Nov. 194ft. Copies are distributed free of char re at the Naval Air et.tlonth.; /
Naval I Air Technical Training Naval Air Reeem Training Unit, Naval 0930-All Saints' Chapel.
Air Station Cecil Field and Cent.r.> Natal Hoapltal. 1100-All Saints' Chapel

Editor-Andrew n. Pitney i.
0915 Naval Hospital Chapel.
Assistant Editor-Helen Harper: Sports: F.dltofCordon Robbie, JOS; Staff j1'
Reporter*;Jack Holmei. Fill; Clrculatlon-Distributlon-Chuck; Paul A03; Irene (Note: Addresses of local 1
date, SN.:
The JAX AIR NEWS U a member Of the Armed force Free Service. churches may be obtained by call "My husband installed it 'cause I drove through the garage.IIe .
AFPS material appearing' In this publication I mar not be reprinted withoutthe fig the Chaplain's Office, 425)). rot the idea from watching planes land on a carrier..'
written permission of Armed roirea Frees Sen lot. Republication of other -
matter except by as.vice nubllcatloni. ta prohibited without permlulon of Church. Wealthy Dr Grayson
NX Restaurant
Editotlal' offices located Main Administration Building. Phone t1ttfon.ton'l brought Into court by his nephews -
UM. 218 and 8164. VESPER SERVICE !
who oppose the way he spends

SAFETY ZONE List Routes A ALLSAINTS"All hfs money. The developments of Reopens AfterFaceLifting

That I Have", a fascinating the court trial occupy .the larger

CI4AN6rE SOCKS OfTEN Schedule For film on the subject of Stew part of the picture and prove intensely JobA

AND KEEP FEET PRY ardship, will be shown at the
interesting. The picture
SO FOOT INFECTION second Vesper service of the season complete "face lifting" u.

WILL PASS you Y" School BussesRoutes I at All Saints Protestant Chap.I la suited to persons of all ages. been given the Navy Exchange

I el, Sunday Sept. :5 S, beginning at Everyone is invited.
and schedules for school i restaurant and fountain, reopened
1 1900. The United Fellowship Group

1 : busses which will transport: children -I The service will be in chargeof will attend the service and meet Monday morning in Building 'I.!

of the Naval Air Station the Hospital. Chaplain, Lt. WilLiam for discussion and refreshmentsIn The renovations include nr\\ asphalt

and Dewey Park to Jacksonville! A, Swets.! Building 804 after the service. tile deck, new celotex <'ul-

schools this coming year have "All That I Have"( is one of The sinking of favorite hymns _
been established. I ing new fluorescent lights new
the best films produced by the selected by the audience will open
A bus operated by the Jacksonville Missouri Synod of the Lutheran I the service tables and chairs and a romHne-

Coach Company will leave ly redecorated interior.

I A Traffic Saga | Miiitin' Circle (Muslin Road) at r J With stress on faster, mule (t.

0750 and proceed down Muslin
This is the story of poor Joe ficient service, new cufetom
Road to Yorktown Avenue, thento
Blow .
\ equipment has been installed, piu
Childs Street, down Childs
Who the seaside a good
y a cast( register stand on wheel
Street to Albemarle to Hancock g tt
place to go. .
Street, down Hancock Street to y The cash register can be utiimd
"What I need, he said, "is a t! s
Yorktown, then to the Main a c:3: .
change) of scene { at either end of the cafr'rim:
Gate This bus will stop at all I
To get away from this dull I '' bar dewing slack hours, and m
regular bus stops to pick up children II .
routine. arriving at the Main Gate I the center during rush houi.. }'fr-
]n order to have more time Ilt'', -
at 0805. It will then proceed down mitting two cafeteria lines Instead -
the beach
Roosevelt Boulevard) to Lakeshore.
He slammed Into gear nnd drove.I of one.

away with a screech. It will arrive at Lakeshore : .* *

He tore down the highway faster School and Bayvlew School at Cafeteria equipment inclumI'n!

I' 0815; at St. Malhews School at !
and fader #
I f ryn grill right on the cafeteria line,
Never thinking he might be ( 0825; at McDuff and Patk Streets K}:
where orders be diit'Uiv
ing disaster. 'omt.1 for Lee High School at 0840; at 4i can given

With fingers as taut as bands ofKteel SI. Paul's School at 0850, and at to the short-order cook, two' w\\
i-J I
I John Gouie Jr. High at 0855. salad bars, and a steam taM
x a fit ,
He tensely gripped the steering IN THE AFTERNOON these y for 'plate lunches. Cold plates will

busses will follow the same routeto
I ,1/ also be on the menu, and cvthr',
His eager foot pieced bArd on return the children, departingJohn "
\ milk, cold sandwiches and 11 e
Gorrle Jr. at
the gas, I High 1500; St. 5l
And woe to any dawdler when Paul's School at 1510; St. Mat.I I { cream novelty items will bf' M-II-

he wanted to pa.s. I hews School at 1525; and Lakeshore service.

Then over the hill and around I and Bayview Schools at Under the direction of linkman -

a bendJoe's II 1535 Students attending Lee I L. Dye, Food Services Manager
High School will ride the
race for the beach quickly regular for the Navy Exchange, the
came to an end. NAS-bound Coach Bus (70 Na..1< n .n n ;w)<'LY' 'a .J'" .#,. .. ..&:, enlarged restaurant and fountain

A rending of steel! A bmst of val Air Station) in the afternoon. I' BACK TO LSCOOLMrsCharles! Swift, wife of the leading will be from 0645 to 1730
flame! The return school busses m the '! chief at NATTCenter Post Office, readies her two sons for the open
coming school session which Monday through Friday. A full
afternoon will opened Wednesday. Phillip left), 11
to the
And soon thereafter an ambu go Circle. i years old, is in the sixth grade at Venetia, while Dolph, 6, begins breakfast and noon meal will be

lance came. Busses picking up children from 1 his first grade of school. They are Dewey Park residents.in served, and short orders at in-
the apartments ( -
Buildings 800,
And now in a neat, white the. enlisted housing area along between periods.
801 and 803) Musttn
on Road
tal bed, hoarl.1 the following route; .
Grave will slop at the curb In front of SAFETY'Box

thoughts pass head. Building 801 In the morning, and Allegheny to Enterprise to Sta 1 After clotting hours, food sea lice -

poor bandaged on the opposite aide of Mustin lion Nursery, down Kelly to York. Score will be available for enlist"'
Traffic broken
laws are only by town to
fools; Road across from Building 801 Childs, Childs to Albe- Disabling Injuries Through personnel at the Anchorage i>even -

in the afternoon. marie, Albemarle to Hancock, days a week, and for watch
From now on here's one who will I Hancock I Tuesday, AUf 31
stick by the rules! Students attending Bishop Kenny 1 Main Gate.SCHOOL to. Yorktown to the This Month 2 standers at the Snack Bar in the

Labor High School will be required This Year Operations Building, which 15
Day Every Day -- 10
Drive For A Safe Day. to ride the regular Sax Coach I BUS tokens will be Days Since Last open 24 hours a day, seven tlil>'"

Bus departing NAS at 0715, getting on sale at the NAS Housing Of- Lost-Time Accident 19 a week.
off the bus at A flee,
cost Building
a and 1050 beginning GmGABOAMSEPT. Snack Bars, under the Opflll-i
Attention PIOs: NextWeek's Post Streets, going to St. Paul's Friday, Aug. 27. These tokens can tion of the Navy Exchange, life

School to board special busses to be purchased at four cents each. SAFETY SLOGAN also 200.
Issue 4 located in Building
PagesDue Bishop Kenny High. In the after. Fares on school busses will be one "Alert Today-Alive at the Golf
Hanger 140, and
to Monday's holiday, noon, these students will returnto token to Venetia and two tokens I Tomorrow" serves
Shack. A mobile canteen
which plays havoc with pictureand St. Paul's and catch regular beyond Venetia. Those who attend I' I Remember this slogan-It military personnel In the fleet

copy deadlines, the Sax Jax Coach Bus to NAS at corner Lee High and Bishop Kenny I means money."A .
areas, and is sent
Air News will be cut to four of Acosta and College Streets High will be allowed to use tokens serve
carrier pei-
pages the issue of Sept. 9. CHILDREN ATTENDING I I on the regular' Jax Coach on weekends to

Public Information Offices are Venetia School will be picked up Busses on regular school days, funny thing happened to my sonnel.

requested to submit all pic- by the Duval County bus which I but not ,after 1700. mother In New Toik." Present at the official UP *

tures and most copy' by 1600 will leave the Circle, Mustin Road, I Parents are reminded that it "I thought you were born in cutting ceremony: were Capt. N*l'-

Friday, Sept. 3. I at 0735: and proceed along Mus is their responsibility for children Ohio" man A. Helfrich Supply office :
tin Road to Dewey Paik via York- Capt. Warren E. Klein,
riding these busses to get to and e Franklin
School Has Started town Avenue through the Main from school, and also the conduct Medical officer; Lcdr. offi-

Gate, leaving Dewey Park at of the children' while "Have you seen those 5-D Burkhead, Navy Exchange

Remember 0750. This bus will immediatelyreturn busses rests solely with parents riding glasses?" cer; Lt. Jg) Cassel Crain, and

to the station and make Schedules PACT Herbert A. Burkey, assist"Y
and route are s\ib- "No. How much .,l
do the pa"
Drive Carefully officerDye.
I ant NAVY Exchange
another trip picking up children feet to change at any time hold 1"

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2 September, 1954 ,

I. 'Mercy.. Flight'. Aids Wife Of Local Sailor .. I i; 350 Busy Explorers Week' For F :!; r

A five-hour "mercy flight" vices man second class, assigned receive special therapy. Permission

from NAS Jacksonville to the to the Fleet Airborne Elec- to take the R4D to

Westchester county airport at tronics Training Unit Detach New York was granted by the Gathering Here a

White Plains, N, Y., was made ment 2 at NAS Jax She had FAETULant command at Norfolk An unexpected visitor in the

Sunday by a Navy R4D trans. been hospitalized at St. Luke'sin Va. vicinity, 'Carol, upset the schedule -
with both Pilot and'co-pilot of the air-
port plane carrying the polio- Jacksonville. legs of 360 Explorer Scouts here
stricken wife of a. Fleet Air paralyzed. craft, which was manned by a : for their eighth annual Rendez-
took Faetu crew, were Chief Aviation
Jacksonville sailor. Gallagher emergency
vous from North and South Carolina
The polio victim is Katherine leave to accompany his wife to Pilot Lemon F, Carpenter Georgia and Florida.

Gallagher, wife of DanielR. White Plains, site of the Burke and Chief Aviation Pilot

Gallagher, a training dc- Foundation, where she will Walter C, Huff, respectively. The unwelcome guest was a
hurricane In the Atlantic off

coast of Florida. Its advent has ,

1i taxed the efforts of Aerology to
"'" !
Target Slides ",,,,: an extent that they had no time

:: \, ',.. left for the Explorers who were NEW PMU OFFICER-Lcdr. .
: to have visited Mils activity. In- Francis It. DuChanols, taken
Ready At ,: :,,i; } stead they were invited to inspect over as officer-in-charge of Preventive -
: \ where Medicine Unit No. I,
the Parachute Loft

FaetuLantFaetuLant T d Eq they learned how to pack this

Detachment Two Important aviation gear.A Lcdr. DuChanois

flight in the Navy R4D8
training aids division has received
was enjoyed Monday by those baying Arrives To Head
a series of new ground target parental permission. On Tues-

recognition slides covering both day the entire Rendezvous, equipped -

on-ground target identificationand with box lunches, departedfor PMU Unit No.1 1

\ Mayport by bus. There they
air-to-ground targets.The Preventive Medicine Unit No.
boarded two Navy mine sweepers
following are some of the for a foui-hour cruise[ One has a new officer-in-charge,

subjects covered by the. slides In alfedne.day'e Lcdr. Francis Robert DuChanow.

Lcdr DuChanol, one of t h eNavy's '
the new kit: program wan high
few entomologists on
Latest type U. S. and Russian>> lighted by a swim-meet in the active very duty arrived here from
NATTC indoor pool. Tonight a
tanks and self-propelled guns; antiaircraft -
two years' duty with the Pi even-
bevy of young Jacksonville Senior
gun emplacements, live Medicine Unit No. Six, at '
heavy and light; mine fields; BLUEBOLT LOOK-ALIKES Girl Scouts me scheduled to
Pearl Harbor, wali.
trench emplacements Life Of Identical Fighter Squadron 172 has arrive at the Malnside Auditor-
; preparations
two Bluebolts who look enough ium where they will be guests of lie is the third to head the
for stream crossing; coastal alike to be twins. They are
local unit it establishedon
since was
the for dance The
defenses; bridge defenses; valley Twins Can BeTroublesome twins They are the Nofs, born Explorers a
music is being supplied by the, a permanent basis back In
defense; defense systems, industrial on Christmas Day 1934. John, I
PNSN, Is at the left and Thorn Navy Band The Rendezvous will 1919. At that time it WAS called
and railway
train tracks
areas; as, SN, is at the right, but you come to a formal close at 1000 Malaria and Mosquito Control
guns; camouflaged airfields, could reverse the names and no I Unit No. One.
Friday with a Lnnd Ship Muster ,
and AA emplacements would know the difference
oil-stoiage One day in December nearly one ceremony Mission. Same
; personnel shelters; under- twenty ago Santa Claus ,
years The annual Explorer Rendezvous Although it still retains its original
bombed Lcdr. Lewis Gets
water bridge; ; bridges; delivered one of his Christmas
composed of young men mission/ of controlling insect
bivouac. of schedule
troop presents way ahead I
from within Scout Region Six, U and rodent disease carriers, it ,
These slides are available for Five minutes later he returned Post
Hospital one of the major projects conducted continued as the Navy's one and
classes Information can be obtained with another bundle.
by NAS Jax in the pub only Malaria and Mosquito Con..
by calling extension 423 and Lcdr L. Lewis, formerly *
Today, John Nofs, PNSN, Shelley lic interest; The Explorers are trol Unit until about a year ago.

or contacting recognition training, Thomas Nofs, SN, of Port Huron, administration officer at Camp of an age best fitted to appreciate Then the Navy Bureau of Medicine

Building 163.Math . Mich, are at NAS Jacksonvillewith Lejeune, N, Cr, has reported at the Navy at work as they are and Surgery, which controls

Fighter Squadron 172. The the Naval Hospital, Jacksonville, given tangible evidence, in tours the unit, decided to unite it with

Teachers 6 feet, three inch twins enlistedin administration officer with I and inspections, of the varied activities five existing Preventive Medicine

the Reserves in Jan. 1952, then as of Fleet. Air Jar, N A S Units. Primarily the latter are

View Facilities signed into the regular Navy in collateral duty of public information Jto, NATTC, FA W-ll and NAR- concerned with preventing epidemics

Jan. 1953. officer. TU, It is carried out in complete caused by poor sanitation, or

Separated for nearly 7 monthsthe Lcdr. Lewis, a native of Slo- accord with Navy policy to by bacteria in milk and water

Methods at CenterThe twins reunited recently when comb, Ala., enlisted in the Navyin give the public better understanding Well Qualified

Thomas reported to the "Blue- of the continuing importance .
importance of mathematicsand 1926 and was assigned to the Ltdr DuChanois, who now takes I
in this modern technological bolts" for duty. The duo will be of eeapower as a deterrent to over the unit where he spent' tWlt
While" in the
world, both to industry separated soon when John will Hospital Corps war and an essential element of weeks duty as a student in 19j9! ,

and to the military was stressed travel to Bainbridge, Md. for 10 Navy he attended Southeast nation strength in time of war. Is well qualified for his job. Ho

by Comdr. Ralph M. Bagwell, Director weeks of Navy Personnel School- University in Washington, D. C.,, S S is a graduate of Colorado A and

of Training at the Naval ing. where he was awarded the degreeof The Explorers weie welcomed M, and received his masters degree -

Air Technical Training Center to Leading almost parallel lives, BCS. He was attached to the officially by Capt. John S. Thach, In science from Iowa State

some 60 Duval County mathematics John and Thomas have discovered Naval Hospital at Pearl Harborat Commanding Officer NAS Jax, College In 1947. Entering t h''b

teachers aboard last week. from experience that the the time of the Japanese aerial on" their arrival Sunday. They Navy in 1913, from Springer, N,

Comdr. Bagwell, as acting com life of an Identical twin isn't attack. In that one day the patient were accompanied by Eugene J. M., he has served as entomologist
records rose from 175 to Jones of Atlanta since,
manding officer, welcomed the always happy one Deputy Regional ever
900. A unit citation was grantedthe executive of the Sixth .
teachers aboard. "Take the day one of our high Region; I .
Hospital. Ivan Fairens, Explorer Advisor
I. L school teachers gave me John'sreport ,
The headed by
group mistake Lcdr Lewis was commissioned of Orlando I ; Grant Wallin, : Hayman Cops
Pursell, Dtnal County School card by commented -
Thomas "Why when I I In March, 1912. Wilmington N. C.; Dar-
Board representative, was
Into smaller units and got home. anticipating wordsof I rell Byerly, Albemarle, N. C.J: PO Honors

conducted on a tour throughout praise from mom and dad Robert Creamer, Jacksonville, and

the morning of school facile I was confronted by a host of verbal Leroy Starrett, Albany, Ga, and (This fe 1M J,5th M a Petty

Kiwi at the Training Center I. lashings. until the error [coward Smith a Clearwater Officer-of-th 'WeeK aeries sf 1M "
demonstrators was detected." Scoutmaster. Wall f n, Byerly, Naval I Air Technical Tram flr :
Gu I Ide d missile
Creamer and
and John the other hand, got. are all Center.)
showing a typical attack emphasizing on I District Executives.
the mathematics needed quite a chuckle out of relating A veteran of World War II, *

in Instruction, were presentedthe how Thomas' girl friends would Navy hosts for the Rendezvousare crack,pistol{ and skeet shot and a,

teachers at King Hall by Lt mistake him for his brother. "It h + : A, W. Eccles, PRC; A, J member of the Naval Station l

Robert Cooke, assistant training really shook many of those girls," Baker, ADC; D, M. Orphant, champion volleyball team whose"hobby" \
QMC; R C Jory, ADC; J.: F, is
officer, and Carl McCralne, educational he quipped. fishing, Joseph Hay-
consultant, both of the 4 Darrah, AMC; II. S. Lindsay, man, AE1, Is a busy man.
AKC; J. J, Lenihan, CSC; G. J,,
NAWS School.Command. Adm. UNIT** ITATtl Of AMfftlCA'HUM, Now an in
Rear Perry floe, AD1; S. R. Paul, AMI; D, structor in Aviation j

Of VF-174' Inspects CAG1Nearly J, Morris, ACt; F, E. Jarrett,, Electrician'

CSI; H. R. Roberts, DK1; L. J, .
Mate r.
Goes To Comdr. Estes 700 officers and men of

Fighter Squadron.174's* commanding Carrier Air Group One at Cecil Salb, ADI; L. L. Dykes, CSI; School Class B, !

officer's desk was man- Field underwent their first in- NEW U. S, EMBLEM-This W. L. Cummings, AD2; J, T Miller Hayman still J r

ned by a full commander for the I. spection last Thursday under new Inslffne, Identifying the PH2; E, T, Burger, RM2; finds time foe
U. S. Government, will be extra curricular -
first time in nearly a month when. Rear Adm. John Perry, Commander placed on all foreign aid shipment K, Honeycutt, AE2, and M A. activities

Glenn Estes Jr., assumed Fleet Air Jacksonville 'AM2.WEAJHER.
Comdr, moving through, or un Kenneday, At present he
command of the "Bluebolts" last Comdr. John Bain, skipper of der control of, Army ports of Is in
week. He relieved Lt. Roy P. VA-15, acting air group com embarkation, replacing the nayntan
Comdr. Wil many special country emblemsand OUTLOOK Much:, competing In the Nation
McCloskey. mander in absence of
foreign language markings
Skeet Championships there.
Comdr. Estes reports aboard liam Morton, greeted the Admiral previously required. This new Friday-Cooler than usual with
Wea- his arrival.Comprising emblem will not be used on H. enlisted in the Navy in
Naval Air Special upon
from the scattered thundershowers
Air the Air Group are any aid shipments under United 1042 and during World War H
pons Facility at Kirtland Nations sponsored programs.for Somewhat cooler
Squadrons 12, 101, 174 Saturday served aboard the carrier USS
servedas Fighter
Force Base, Ky. where he
executive officer of that unit and Attack Squadron 15. Its "excellent appearance" by with possible showers. Ommony Bay and. at Barber's

The Air Group was commended Admiral Perry Sunday-Same. Point, Hawaii.
for the last years.

Four JAX AIR NEWS 2 September, 1954

VAAS, Fasron 109. VF-171, VA-17S, CAG-L Fasron Six Report Deadly AccuracyNets

I Scouting Jacksonville Areu Squadrons I VA-45 Top

VA-45 Rocket Score

The Blackbirds of VA-45 welcomed and to Maxine Stamina, AG3, who
aboard this week FrancisR. were married in the station chapel. Slamming into Switzerland

Homer, PR2, from Saufley Maxine !is assigned to N A S Target with deadly regularity,

Field, Pensacola, and Primitive Aerology while Donald is attachedto 0 rockets fired from racks beneaththe

C. Anselmo, Jr., TA, from NTC the electronics* '* department. .. c wings of Attack Squadron45's
Bainbridge, Md. Anselmo is from _
Fasron 109 new AD-6 Skyraiders ran up
the Philippine Islands and will
be TAD to the BOQ while the The Beavers climaxed a very the top rocket score for 1954 last

squadron is shore-based. successful softball season by capturing sin p'w week. .
Blackbirds" the runner-up spot in the Lt. (jgEd) Fay-who scored
"Bye-Bye was
to two old-timers of the squadron recent Atlantic Fleet Softball three bulls-eyes to reap an average

as they were transferred to tournament held. at Key West !rTr error of 12 feet-paced the
last week. The "109" softballers Blackbirds to eight individual"E"
Fasron' Six. William Wilson,.AD1, ,
placed second to a powerful Sub- awards
and Edward C. Carter, AMI, both a challenging final
combat veterans of the Korean Lant entry. ,' ::: squadron tally for 42.6 feet
cruise, left the"*squadron. Strong-armed Don Glidewell : average error. The Navy "E's"Went'
was voted the most valuable player to Lt. (jg))' Fay'
Lt. Edward
(Jg's) Fay and s
of the tourney over a host of : r2 Wade Schaub Lt.
(jg) Charles
Richard Davis are TAD to Heavy
stars from the fleet. Don chuckeda Moore, Lt. (jg)
( .ela Bunny Davis, and
Attack Unit for .
Training a periodof
full 50 Innings of softball posting ti" / Lcdr. Robert Linwich..
two weeks. Back again after a 14-inning 2 to 1 loss to t Q' A ,' .'
a seven week tour at the Naval SubLant in the initial contest. a For four hours the Blackbirds
i KK
School of Justice is Ensign Larry The following day he returnedto : pounded Switzerland Tit r get:
>wNos Each of the 20 pilots made four
Severance. Ensign Severance will the hill to pitch two successive

now be legal officer of VA-45. games: one a no-hitter, then 20 "runs"-firing one rocket eachtime.
Most of the members of the minutes later he took the hill .

squadron are now lighting their again to post a one-hitter, gain- r, Delighted with their scores, the
smokes with the new "Blackbird" ing credit for both wins. + rocket sharpshooters'were quickto

lighters which were recently pur- Otto H. Bottfo, ADC, Robert e s V1 give credit to the squadron's

chased. The lighters sport the L. Denson, AMC, and William S. skilled technicians and the inten-

famous "Blackbird" insignia as i Wilkinson, AMI, received Good sive training program just completed
well as the owner's signature on Conduct Medals at a recent in by the squadron.

one side. spection.. It was Denson's sixth Commanding officer of the
Last Saturday, Conulr. How- award, Bottin's fifth and Wilkinson's Fleet Air Jacksonville
land: CAG-4 skipper, inspected DEAD-EYES-These eight Blackbirds are the pride of Attack i I '<
three squadrons under his command v fourth. Squadron 45. They each won a hard-to-get Navy "E". for their Squadron is Lcdr. William F..
Quite a few familiar faces are rocket-firing Kranz. '
accuracy and helped boost their squadron to a top
as a preliminary inspectionin missing from muster these days rocket score for 1954. "E" winners are: Left row, (front to rear),
preparation for the adminis- now that Paul Sipple, AN; Robert Lt. (jg;) Ed Fay, Lt. (jg) Bunny Davis, Lt. (jg) Corky Moore, En- J. Keiran to civilian life last
trative Inspection to be held some- Kelleter AN and James Millard sign Wade Scott, Lt. (jg) John Schaub. Right row, (front to rear)- week.
Lt. (jg) Vince
time next week. have been dlschar ed. Alua Petty. Davis, Lcdr Robert Linwick and Ensign Glenn Ensign Roy H. Reynolds is being -
The extends married to Miss Hellen
squadron congratu- Elaine
Clum, AOC, has departed for a
lations to Donald W. Varney, AT3, course of instruction at NATTC. Tress, Jr., AEAN; Remo B. Pet- Lt (Jg) Edward L., McCarthy, Martin, of Jacksonville The "big

Nick Proscia, SN, has departedto ti, AEAA; Travis L. Greer, ADC; who will Join the ranks of instruc step" is planned for this Friday.
Mason E. Logue, AEAN; Glenn tors with the Instrument Flight Seven enlisted men have'come
to the
Patrons Hunt report USS O'Hara.
H. Lockhart, ADC; James F. Training Unit. aboard: Ronald A. Weinhold,
Twigg, AT2; Vincent L. Huber, AEAN; Malcolm P. Davies,
Subs In ASWExercises VF-m AT3; William A. Krall, AT2, and VA-175 AEAN; Robert L. Dickinson, SH3;
The "Screaming Demons" of VF- John W. Fluke ....
Officers of the squadron moved Benjamin L. Stevens, SA; Claude
171 are oft next week for a tour :
Leaving the squadron for civil- Strenk
SA; Frank M. Sullivan,
of duty at NAS Key West, Fla. ian life are Lt E. G. Huber; Ced- into the Officer's Club at Green SA; Joseph S. Jordan, Jr. AOAN,

Hunting patrol squadrons of The Demons will train to becomea ric D. Chapman, AD3, and JohnE. Cove Springs for a party Satur and William R. Stroud, AOAN,

Fleet Air Wing Eleven have night fighter outfit and an Ail- Vires, AN. day afternoon and evening. Swim make up the complement of new

swung into action again for two Weather Squadron. Lt. (Jg) John G. Fort, Jr., left ming in the club's pool helped faces around the squadron.
weeks of intensive anti-submarine The squadron welcomes aboard the fold of VF-171 to begin a tour make the occasion a success. Dinner *

"Ilunter-Killer" warfare training. Lt. William L. Reardon, Jr.; William of duty with VF41. Also leavingare was served in the evening.The CAG-l

The staff of FAW-11 is conducting R Jasper, SD2; Edward, F. Lt. (Jg) John E. Watts and squadron lost Lt. (Jg) Alan Lt Richard E. Schier was released -
the first of two exercises to inactive duty and plansto

In area "yoke", lying some 100 Help Out In Emergency, Too return to his home in Detroit.

miles at sea off Mayport." The I Hams Home Ties Closer Via I Comdr. Norman Scurria returned -
"chase" involves one submarine Bring RadiophoneThe to Fleet Air Jacksonville hay

playing the "fox: and 32 patrol ing completed TAD orders recent
aircraft consisting of P2V Nep- place is the west end, top Shacklett, instructor at NAWS bership, and there is absolutelyno ly.

tunes, PMB Mariners and P5M side, of Building 954. School oMfATTCenter; secretary- charge for its services for Robert E. Peterson, AI3 is
Marlins as the "hunters." The time is from 1130 to 1300, treasurer is Francis M. Crider, Navy personnel wives or familieson presently "sweating it out" in
TilE WILY FOX is the USS and from 1700 to 2100 daily ALC, of Fasron Six. Stanley J. overseas conversations. Separation.
Keeping Peterson
Threadfin (SS410)) commanded by The station Is-W4NEKradlotelephone Sumara, ATI, of Fasron Six, is One evening last week a Jacksonville company is Robert L. Dleteman,

Lcdr. Daniel G. Bailey The land and CW-(continuous activities manager. business man called the SN, who is also anticipating"
and seaplane type patrol bomber wave-operated) by the Amateur Not all of the hams are old shack' and asked if he could reach discharge date. .

will hunt, locate and simulate the Radio Club of the Naval Air Sta- timers. There is up and coming his son in Germany on an emer .

"kill" using latest electronic tion.The young blood in the ranks and gency matter concerning the fam Fasron Six
weapons. station's output is 400 among them It John DUtch, son
Air units involved Include Jax Watts with a 20 Watts phone, and of Comdr. John D. Butch, execu- ily.He was welcomed aboard the The welcome ,pains of sore

based Patrons 3 and 5; commandedby !it also operates the, well known tive officer of NAS.: Young John i shack and later in the evening muscles and charlie horses are
Comdr. Jack L. Grayson and "bug" key. i is not a licensed operator yet talked with his son and all was quite common these days now

Comdr. William. G. Matten, respectively but he is on his way well. That is but one instance that football season is at hand
Also participating wherein the once again. Fasron 6 plans to
are The hams, 35 in number, 25 ham station has
VP-34, whose anti-sub antics were of whom are licensed operators, Operation of the station is justa come to the front for outside in field one of the best "touch foot-
featured recently in the D u z contact other hams throughoutthe hobby for th'e ham club mem- i terests. ball" squads ever this year.

Sawyer comic strip, from Trinidad world for themselves, or for At the end position, and returning -
B.W.I. and VP-45 from Coco wives of Navy personnel on overseas from last years cham-

Solo, Canal Zone. duty the voice or the pionship squad, is Bill Burgess,
TilES, IN TilE second exercise "bug" key works every other day.It and Will Ewing Others vieing
beginning next Tuesday and is nothing for Navy wives II I for the "outside" slots are Bill

continuing through Friday, Lcdr., to crowd the radio shack on Dailey, Bill King, Duane Kisscll
William II McGaughey and the scheduled operational time during and Rod DeBourge. Big Joe

submarine USS Tmtta (SS 421)), the week to talk with their hus- Granzoni, and Harry Emersonand

which he commands, will try to bands in French Morocco, Ger- Bill Drake are competing
escape from the same FAW-11 many, Honolulu, New Zealand, ing for the center spot. Last year'sace

units south of Key West. Alaska, Central or South America, quarterback, Al Brown, has
During this ,operation, the Nep or in Cuba. competition from Ron Nelms who
tunes, Mariners, and Marlins will Those home ties. are brought [. was a first string halfback for

leave Jax at pre-dawn, complete that much closer via radio tele- ,*" the varsity football team last

their 'submarine stalking assign- phone then, too, it makes those year. Halfbacks John Wagoner,
ments in waters off Key West,, overseas tours of duty a little less Dave Dodzon, Gus Miyat, Elliot
and then return to Jax at nIght- rough. L '" Fenwick
? 't: and Harry Lehan will
fall Station W4NEK has been in op _J:1.t. ;,r C be Fasron 6's end skirters. The
Capt. Theodore O. Dahl, Com- eration since 1949.
HAMS TALK WITH WORLD league Is expected to start
mander FAW-11, Lcdr WilliamC. "This is W4NEK, calling on or
French Morocco This is W4NEK calling and so into about 15.
Campbell ASW officer and Lt, President of the club is ,the night You can hardly name a point on the globe that the
George L. Ayers, assistant ASW CHERLE C. B. Harrison, phase NAS Jax Amateur Radio Club has not made contact with. Marlin John P. Starkgraf, ADI, was
officer, ere directing the donbl officer of AE-A School of NATT- Crider ALC, (left) of Fasron Six, is at the controls as Comdr. selected
as "White Hat" of Fas-
Joel Westmoreland of NAS
Administration, talks with a friend
exercise Center vice-president i 1/11/ FrnnHs in San
Juan, Puerto Rico ron 6.Page ...


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2 September, 1954 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five %
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Where Hurricane IsHurricane

I Hunters Take Your Time,

Ever On The Alert I Not Your Life '

II J" ; ';:
SALTY HUMOR FROM -- me numcane is expected -;
to reach the 'the state of Georgia and throughout location of the storm?
LHERE AND THERE ville area shortly before noon the nation this news Is disseminated Since 1945 the Navy has play- Drive CarefullyLabor

Hal: "Do you think the Senator this Friday accompanied by by radio, television and' ed a' major role in "hurricane Day! All hands look- '

'puts enough fire into his winds reaching: a velocity of newspapers. hunting" by flying hundreds of Ing forward eagerly to another

r peech?" from 85-90 miles per hour." Immediately Inhabitants in the missions into their breeding holiday weekend and

Cal: "My opinion la he didn't A housewife interrupts her storm path prepare themselves grounds far out to sea in the what a difference that extra

put enough of his speech into the chore of housecleaning just, long their family and' their possessionsare Atlantic,. Gulf and Caribbean day'makes! '

fire." enough to absorb this important made ready for 'the arrivalof areas.. So you are going to pile into ,

bit of news. Miles away a garage the destructive winds., Commissioned on March 10,1952 the old bus and drive far

Three elderly sisters, famous mechanic pauses long enough from Hunting Since '45 Jacksonville's Airborne Early away from the hubbub of i

for their charities, were left $300 his engine repair job to listen to But who is responsible for the Warning Squadron Four (VW-4)) clattering machines, shrill '

by a local citizen who passed the same report. Along the entire origin of such ,a report? Who has been permanently assignedto telephones, and urgent calls, i

away. One immediately sent her Florida peninsular, far into decided the velocity, nature and the mission of "hurricane hunt- for a fling before the busy falland

$100 to the Red Cross. The second 1.--- __ ._.. ling." winter sets in.
sister sent $50 to the March of I.: c' ...." Under the command of Comdr. Good! That extra day makes .

Dimes and, $50 to the Cancer //11. .IIIJi __II Lucas V Dachs, VW-4 flew over a big difference in your plans

Fund. The third sister, however, ': e 50 low level and radar reconnaissance ""':but How You Drive may
met a shabbily dressed man on ,t, missions during 1053. Six make a big difference in the /

the street. Impulsively she pressed i r major storm movements were rest of your life-if you do

the $100 into his thin, tremb- ) ;j > .I rr ,i. ,o;'!! : carefully observed and reported live Don't turn this happy occasion -

ling hand, smiled warmly and :rri i'":.f.; "I'Wr ..' : "q: I 1 by VW-4, resulting in the saving into a nightmare of
> *
whispered: "Godspeed." .".' J' : ': 'i'i :; ., of many lives and thousands of horror and pain for yourself
The next day the shabbily ''" : '"_ (., ., i)1l0'''; :>" dollars of property.. and others simply because you

dressed man knocked at the door ) ': failed to Drive
'Di 7 Busy Even Now With Caution!
of the sisters' house. "Do : : because
you : l The 'cane hunters of V\V-4 are you failed to
want to see me?" asked the third : 'i "a check Your Car. because
'' ,. now busy tracking hurricane Ca-
sister. 'i"" i' : "i7 Ii. 'j" "" ;; "" rol, which struck the New Eng- yOu failed to Obey TrafficLaws.
; ; '
"Yeah, lady, said the man, : : c" .
: :
'. '. .. iigJiI coast Tuesday.In .
"Here's your >$800.; Godspeed came kr Let this holiday be one to
id .. order to maintain a maxi-
In first and paid seven to one." 1 ) .1" "
i" remember
"I'r;; ; Y1i mum coverage of the storm breeding one to regret.
1 \
!; Remember-the 1954 holiday
,. :
A .. ., :, areas, VW-4 maintains a de-
man slipped on the steps of a -.. 'It :, 'jI' .,; "".,,' traffic toll runs high.
mibway\ and started to slide downto '.,:.t." ''i. >. tachment in San Juan, Puerto Put aside worries '
Rico. <
the bottom However, the squadron's
colliding with a r'
cares, have a good holidaybut -
unit is based aboard the
lady, knocking her down. After
It be careful.
You can't be
they had both reached the bottomthe *' Jacksonville! Naval Air Station. carefree
you are acci-
lady, still dazed, continued to Preparing for the 1954 hurricane dent-free.

sit on the man's-chest. Looking up season beginning :May 15

ne said politely: "I'm sorry, madam and running through November

but this is as far as I go." CHALK ONE UP-Another hurricane symbol Is painted on 30, the squadron has been a bee- Seek Credit
the fuselage of an Early Warning Squadron Four (VW-4)) Neptune hive of activity.

The commanding officer was re by Oran Robertson, AMS1, as plane captain, Charles Swisher, Important MUftlon
ADC looks on. These symbols are awarded only after an aircraft Time AtAcademies
eiving a delegation of his men has flown into Low level and radar reconnaissance -
a hurricane with winds of more than 75 miles per i
who were complaining about the hour, in order to determine the exact nature and direction of the missions are a part of the
food and in particular about the storm. everyday schedule as VW-4 goes

bread that was being issued. "hurricane hunting" Once air- \.

"Soldiers shouldn't let themselves Post-Korea Vets! Have Three Years borne the success of the mission Defense officials arc expectedto
ask the next Congress to credit
hinges the
be bothered over trifles," flight aerologist,
he admonished. I'll To a member of the flying crew whois time at service academics for pay
"Why, wager Start Training Under 61 Bill
purposes. Should this be
that if Napoleon had had that a specialist in the technique approved -
bread when he was in Russia he'd Post-Korea veterans now have of determining the storm's force it will probably apply

have eaten it with gusto." three years from the date of their Korea. and heading, and the pilot who to pcrsonnnel on the retired list.

discharge to start Korean GI Bill These veterans get a four-year fights the controls of the giant Many would like to see the
"No doubt, sir, said one of the
training under a new law signedby extension on their deadline for aircraft as the turbulent winds proposed measure give the time
men. "It still
was fairly fresh
then." the President August 20. completing training. Veterans to toss it about as if it were a mere for retirement purposes as well I

Particularly benefited are the whom the extension applies are: piece of cork on a rough sea. as for pay. It has been pointedout

majority of veterans discharged ((1)) Those whose severe disabili- As soon as the plane is free that normal disability retire-

Battles Young before August 20, 1952. Under the ties have prevented them from of the turbulent area valuable ment is based on a requirementthat

old law, they had to start train- entering or completing training. information concerning the hur- the individual have a min-

Christoffersen ing before last Friday, August 20, ((2)) Those who originally received ricane is radioed to the Hurricane imum of eight years of active

1954; but, since most fall school discharges barring them from Warning Center at Miami. duty. As a result, a number of

Awarded HonorsNaval terms begin after that date, those training, but whose dischargeslater The aircraft then -plays- "cowboy"r graduates have lost out on disability -

unable to get in training before were changed too late to riding "herd" on the storm for retirement that they

Air Technical Training the deadline would have lost their permit them to enter and com- as long as it exists ready to report would otherwise have been eligible

Center Schools named three Marines entitlement.The plete training. An other than dishonorable any change in direction of for if they could have claim.

and a Naval Reservist as new law, which reestab- discharge is a require- Its path or the nature of the ed their cadet service.

honor students this past week. lished their entitlement for an- ment for Public Law 16 training. storm. Favorable Congressional reac-

The sole "white hat" was James other year from separation, permits ((3)) Those for whom a service- It is nice to know just where tion has been offered toward the

Battles, AE3, who graduated from those with extended dead- connected disability was not established that "mean old hurricane" is, for proposal, which may include an

Aviation Electrician's Mate lines to enroll for the fall term. in time to begin and upon the success of all Airborne amendment crediting cadet serv-

School, Class A. complete a course of training. Early Warning Squadron Four's ice at the several academies towards -

Battles, who served in the Naval Foretcrans discharged after A compensable service-connected missions depends the lives and Reserve retirement. If so,

Reserve at Los Alamitos, Cal., August 20, 1952, the new law allows disability is another eligibility re- property of thousands who would the measure would have the, ad-

since 1951 was called to' active them to start training within quirement. otherwise be caught unprepared. ditional support of Reserve leaders -

duty this year. He formerly work- three years of their separationdate. .
ed as an aircraft mechanic with Under the old law, they I- .

the National Advisory Committee had only two years. f. Lcdr. Davis New Skipper*

for Aeronautics at Edwards Air But veterans separated before I of Fighter Squadron 22
Force Base ; August 20, 1951, still will not be
Cal lie has been
assigned to duty at Point Magu, able to make fall terms. Neither Lcdr. Judson C. Davis, Jr., assumed .
California. will veterans separated shortly command of Fighter Squadron -
after that date, whose three-year 22 at NAS Jacksonville Tues-
Pfc. Harold Christofferson from
deadlines end before the 1934; day Aug. 31 relieving Lcdr. Millard -
Brooklyn, N. Y., compiled an average J.
school year begins.Today's "Fuzz"Vooley..
of 8450 to lead a class of
new law also adds an- The
new Cavalier
2j skipper wa
,at Aviation Ordnance School.
other year to the Vvind-up of the formerly executive officer
He is of
now stationed at the Marine
Corps School Korean GI Bill training program. Fighter Squadron 41, also basedat
Quantico, Va.
Training now must come to an NAS Jax.
At Aviation Storekeepers School, the
end within eight years from <
f Lcdr
Wooley is
being transferred
Pfc. Raymond C. Young topped date of a veteran's separation, or -
20 students with an average of eight years from the end of the :c ; aboard the huge aircraft car-
7921. lie has been sent to the present emergency periodwhichever rier USS Midway. Under his- i
leadership, VF-22
Marine Corps Air Station, El comes first. It previouslywas captured the
Toro, Calif. 1954 Atlantic Fleet Air Force
seven years.
f j Safety Award and this
With ;;n
an average of 91.96, Pfc. a Battle
Efficiency "E" Award for
Richard P. Karuzar graduated Another section of the law bene-
being the best
jet attack
from Airman Preparatory School. fits some disabled veterans who
on the east coast.
this was the best in a class of have not been able to begin or .
H6. A native of Clinton N.Y. complete training under Public I c..WtA. Wa's
The most
...,,- .... --'JaM; < person
Pfc. Karuzar is now attending Law 16 and provides a special record was the historian who
Aviation Electronics vocational training forth HATFUL OF BEAUTY-Gracing the beaches at Miami these noticed -
School, Memphis program
I Lady Codiva
is had
days lovely flaxen-haired Sandy Prndry. Sandy doesn't think a horse
Tcnn. disabled' of World War II and
? It old hat to tan on sombrero-shaped headwear with her.


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Page Six JAX AIR NEWS 2 September, 1954

Call Out For Set Entry DeadlineFor
City Two-Ball
I IM OfficialsThe Deadline for entering the

: first annual Jacksonville Mixed
With a annual call for personnelto Two-Ball Golf Championship is

over the rt officiate at Mainside intramural Sept. 23. Entry blanks can. be

sports } _touch football game has been obtained at any local course .

it seems issued by Special Services de Blanks should be mailed to

moment to partment.All Ernest Flicker, Jr., secretary,
54 varsity Box 2163. Entry fee is $10 per
Jax Navy officials will be paid anom-, twosome and checks should be

turned in i inal fee for services. An excel- made payable to Jacksonville

in recent lent chance to pick up pin'money Amateur Golf Association.
Ten Flier : "' There will be 18-hole matches
tough slates Anyone interested should con I in a 16-team championship

contests, tact Frank McCaffrey, Intramural flight and through as many

wins, 61 Director, at ext. 512, Building other flights as entries warrant -

centage. : 930, topside.
Two outfits Qualifying 'is set for Sept
Units entering Intramural competition
boxing squads 26 at Hyde Park with the first
at Mainside should be
ed marks in round listed for there, Oct. 2.
mindful of the fact that 20 pointsare
mattmen : _.... .4r.. .} ..-- The NAS course will host entrants
given that outfit for each
took in for the second round
part ,
I Dick Belton person from there officiating. at
llngmen at NATTCenter combine Oct. 3.Third,
( ) ,
contests. Points towards
The Is go and fourth
matches. pair constructing rounds will
Piling up '. home at Orange Park. the Iron Man Trophy. be staged at Brentwood, Oct

mark was the 9 and Beauclerc, Oct. 10.
tent Georgia Comdr. Frank Ileyer and
the only one Lcdr Lou Brozo represent the
Harvey's station tn the JAGA.

city matches.All teams but JJfrortS Jax Braves Cop

mark. The

a 2-7 record r. Second Straight

swimmers .; ... .. .' ::':.!.:"'JJi '. .: .
with It no might wins. Sally Loop FlagThe

the Jax Nears For triumphant Jacksonville
won Braves, fresh from a successful
eluding one come-from-bchlnd defense of the

touted F.SU South Atlantic League! pennant, .
crew that Fall Sports ProgramMainside open the Shaugbnessy Playoff
ors went on tonight at the :Myrtle Ave. ballpark
Fleet honors .
Another Mainside Special Services is putting heavy concentra
The Braves'
Frank on the ensuing fall intramural sports competition with opponent was undetermined
as presstime
Sixth Naval being formulated for attractive schedules in touch
will be the club ending the sea.
The Flier )], volleyball and bowling.
son last night in fourth place.
in 35 games. meetings for the time rules were discussed. Columbia and Macon were scrap
uu-\' .\ have been for
sports set ping for third
Sports Meetings for touch football and place.
Boxing .. . : and tomorrow. Athletic di bowling have been scheduled for This will be a best three-out-
Wl'PslHng) ... or representatives from
nJt) '. .... tomorrow at 0930 and 1400, re of-five series with the winner go-
Basketbali ...too"1'H! units met this morning
spectively. Ing on to face the survivor of a
Tennis Vnlleyhall... .::::::::::: ? : : volleyball meeting at which Schedules Due Soon battle between second-place Savannah
Uaseball .. ..
Football .... cut cypress, planed and Although deadline for entrieswas and the third-place finish
Track ....
Swimming by Keith and Belton to to have been today, it is felt er.Tonight's
The hull is of cy that anyone still interested in entering contest begins at 2000.( (
POP FLIES! and fir and the cabin is competition in one or all Another game is scheduled for

emy opened in plywood. of the three fall\ sports have until the home grounds tomorrow night.
week with the end of the working day to- The Sally League bunting will
velopment of -I morrow.It fly from the Jacksonville .flag-
what coach is expected that scheduleswill pole again next year A 4-1 five-
hitter by Bob Trowbridge clinch.
"A fast
Very be drawn up next week and
Like ed the Braves second straight
any distributed immediately there
pennant Monday night at Savan
after to all units entered.A .
out much nah.
large field is assured for Chances
coach plans are against managerBen
last season. : touch football play, nine entries Geraghty's crew winning the
a 4-3-2 mark r a having been received to date. ensuing playoffs. Few league
New Units seeking the pigskin crown champions have turned the trick

Dick Duden, are: VC-62, Fasron Six, Fasron ; in past y
109, Operations, NARTU, Supply,
at Navy in
VP-16, 0 & R and defending
Bo Cop
champion Personnel.
den a* ears.Quit
Two big Fusions Defend [-
Middies' Seven entries have been received

date for volleyball and bowling.

South Bend, Volleyball entrants are: Supply, -' '
Armtd Forct Prn Swvlc
(ly )
XT Operations, Fasron Six, VP-16, QUESTIONS

NARTU, VC-62 and defending 1, Who was the last major'
champion Fasron 109. leaguer to hit more than 50 home

Our Keglers are entered from: Operations runs in a season?
Glidewell for NARTU, Personnel, Sup 2. Can a basketball team start a
with Fasron ply, VC-62, Fasron 109 and defending game with fewer than five men?
this season. champion Fasron Six. 3. Who placed second to Lou
handed the : Groza of h
:, t e NFL Cleveland
that of Most Browns in field goal completionslast
_ last week's Beach. Keg Loop year?

Wedding 4. What American League player
Moat and chain recent All-State Berth Invites MilitaryLeagues holds 1953?the longest hitting- streakfor

(Crane) will commence activityfor ANSWERS
merly with All-State the fall and winter season
1. Ralph Kiner, BOW with the
tion, is the around mid-September at the
; Chicago Cubs, belted 54 homer
was the date was instrumental in the Stars Jacksonville Beach Bowling Center U 1949 when he was with the

finish. Pittsburgh Pirates.
tion should softball four or fire Two loops will be definitely t. No. A'team must start with

cakes" So a week didn't seem enough formed, the Major League and at least five; but if a man &Is Injured .
batter! Larson, who claims.she would Women's Handicap circuit, with or disqualified, the team
S : catch than eat. others in the formulative stage. may continue with four players.
Cute UN: native of Phoenix, Ariz., Lar- All civilian or military person s. Doak Walker of the Detroit
in my ward is attached to the NATTCen nel can enter these leagues. Lions with 12 out of 19 attempts.
to me yet." Photo Lab. A Wave team Contact the Beach Bowling 4. Sam MeJe of the Chicago

Second : Norma Fleming, also played Center or Riverside or Southside White Sox hit safely la 28 .MIftecutlve -
unconscious the All-Stars. lanes. 'gamr*.



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I 2 September, 1954 JAX AIR NEWS Page S ven I



Roundup all hands participation Play starts Wednesday, September conducted again this year by The newly-formed Jax Navy

program of Intramural sport 15.Touch : FSU cage mentor, "Bud" Ken
Service Waves basketball team Is clinging -
((1y Armed Form has )
football for the fall season at NATT- nedy, a Lieutenant Commander
Eddie KrdelaU's Navy football-entries open to the rage axiom, "early bird

squad opens its 54 schedule Center was agreed upon last Sept. 13, close Sept. 17. Play In the Reserve gets the worm," with the sea

against William and Mary, Sept. week at a meeting of enlisted begins Tuesday, September 11. THE CLINIC is mandatory son's first practice seeelon already .

25 More than 10,000 spectators representatives from the various Badminton.-Entry list opens for prospective coaches, but is tucked away

watched the professional schools and Ship's Com- Oct. 11, closes Oct. 15.: Play also open to all players and The early getaway date was decided .

Washington Redskins swamp a pany divisions due to start Tuesday, Oct. 19. officials. upon by coaches Matt Kuri

team from the 11th Naval Distilct The program Includes bowling VOLLEYBALLEntries 1 Kennedy expects to follow lich and Jack Lucovsky to enable

52-0: in the annual Navy touch football, volleyball, Open Sept 27, list closes Fri. last year's pattern, In whichhe Jax Navy to be ahead ot

Relief benefit gridiron game at and badminton, all of which day, Oct. 1. Scheduled to be- taught theory, fundamentals the field when the net campaign

Balboa Stadium in San Diego will begin In mid-September or gin play on Oct. 5. strategy, offensive and begins.

Aug. 6.t. Coaching the Ft. early October The annual basketball clinic defensive patterns and rules. With the eventual aim of mould

Hood Tex., football team this A QUICK run-down on the will commence Monday, Octo He has been coach at Flor ing an unchallenged sextet, NAS

reason will be Lt George Malley, program' finds the following: ber .4 at the NATTCenter gym. ida State for seven years, his and NATTCenter Waves have

a former gridder at Santa Clara Bowling Entry list opened Originally scheduled for start 1950 quintet winning the NIBA joined forces, thus forming the

University. yesterday, to close Sept. 10. yesterday, the clinic will be crown. newest Jax Navy varsity Aggre
The Ft. Ord Calif., Warriors gation.

dropped another football exhibi Several Returnees

This time to the San Fran- : '
tion. Heyer I F oulk Weekly practice sessions !have

risco 49ers, 42-14, before a crowdof ift been carded for Tuesdays at 1830
at Kezar Stadium in San
at the NATTCenlef gym, Build
Tie In C FJ
Francisco, Aug. 8 Yale's new ing 513.
118sistant'football coach Arthur
All Wave and Women Marines
Ralmo, was an athletic instructor Golf Tot
irney wishing to try out for the club
*t the Bainbridge Naval Training
Center, Md., during WWII I A pair of *m )ioth-swinging should report to the gym Tuesday,

The New York Giants football links artists, Comdi., Frank Hcyeadlocked .. with own equipment.Such .
and Bill Foulk d, for veterans as Jean Larson,
team is trying to live up to its er ,
name this year. Joe Springer, a first place with 148 as the secondComFairJax Shirley DeLaveigne and Pat and

280-pound tackle just released round ended in thi Gerry Gorsky are on hand from

from the Army at Ft. Leonard golf tourney. NATTCenter. Also available areNAS

Wood. Mo., has been added to the One of the fair> w as favored to I returnees Faye Haffley, Gin-

otter. The Giants have a guy by take all the marble:5 as competi. ''s i ia ir jy Drown, Shirley pillard and

the name of Earl Putnam on the tion entered the th,ird and final Pat Harvey.

squad-and he only weighs 300 round yesterday. Re>:;suIts were not .

pounds. available at press ti' me.

lit Lt. 'Robert S. Cook, former Originally set for 72 holes, thee a C IX Round Robin

backfield star at Oklahoma A&M, shorter 54-hole rou was event- i .
s st
is the new head football coach at ually decided upon i0.i L i Golf Resumes
Lewis WAAh. aRepresenting 0 J: W v
Ft. The ex-Aggie I' k x 10 r
star succeeds Is Hirhter( reIf'8sed this area in Air- ,

from active duty in May Lant competition, to be held here Tourney Play

and currently undergoing preseason I will be the top fl'"e finishers in .- .;li'jiBi11"- .___-..__
I The lid was temporarily clamped .
this week's} event.A JAX LINKSTERS Surviving Fleet Air
drills with the professional I CREAM OF FAIR -
j, this forms the bulk of on the NAS Jax RoundRobinGolf
Los Argeles Rams. new ComFalr ,fax champion Detachment lax qualifying rounds, quartet
five-man team representing the detachment In the ComFairJax Tourney last weekS sev.eral '!
Konnle Terry, Holy Cross pitch) will be crowned. La,it year's win- a Golf Tournament underway this week at the station course. Leftto "name" players took timeout

ing star recently signed by the ivr, Chalks Filta ot Fasron Nine, right, are, Comdr. Frank Heyer, Rill Foulk, Ed Barnes and Tom to enter qualifying rounds
Milwaukee Braves is now in the I is not defending the title Davies. Also on the squad is Bill Barrow unable to be on hand for the
Golfers from "Air Detachments at Cecil ComFair Jax event cur-
when picture was taken.
Matine Corps at Quantico, Va. '
Field and Key West are also entered In the ComFairJax event.'SubLanf lently underway.
Fifteen golfers representingthe Entered from Fare .Ur Det Jax Pennant fever will infest the

Army, Navy and Air Force Bill Foulk Faun n 109; Com dr.li'Ed atmosphere when Round-Robin

will tee off in the lhree-day, 72- Frank He'erFAW-: Barnes Subdues BeaversIn play is resumed, }piesumabty this

hole Northeastern U. S. Inter. VA-45; Bill Barrow, ComFalr Jax, week. For then, the Indian. anti

service Golf Championships at Ft. and T. A. Davies, I AW-11." Yankc-ju oppose one another as

Monmouth N. J., Sept. 810. From Key West are Murray Fleet Softball PlayIt I do. also the Giants and Dodgers.Yankee .

Tommy Harrison, ranking light.lIe8.elght j Smith, Curtis Thi rman, Peter duos, Kill roulk and

won the Far East Preston, Richard Cl ark and l Wil- mil ShoaJU. and Jim Lyons unitEd

middleweight championship in liam Lane. I was "almost, but not quite" for Fasron 109 in the Foxare unbeaten in tourney

1949 while serving with the Army FAir Det Cecil ]I'ield l entrants Atlantic Fleet Softball Tournament at Key West last weekas play lUg: reasons for the

in Japan EX-Navy airman are Peter Beding, VF-12; Tom Big Jim Trier blazed his fast-ball past Beaver batsmenin Yanks first place position.

Golf Champion in 1953, seems to IIY, VF.31: Bob 1')!:if ft, VF-101, Fleet title. of unbeaten tandems, Mike Benak
fillers, Fa5ion3n ,.i eniscraped together
have and Woodrow McC The and Tom
\ one-stroke-ltis since turning I the part of the host nine. and George
professional) last February 11 e Nine. just two hits off Don Team coaches and tourney officials Fry and Tom Thomas. Lou Dro-
----- but both came in the second -
finished second by a stroke in I elected Glidewell to the zo's Dodgers' lire aiming to tip
the WornKeg List"onighi i ir scoring the game's lone tal-I the
U. S. Open and had the Civilian J09 three hits off pORt of Most Valuable Player. Giants
Fasron got
fame trouble in the All-Amer ican ly. Fasron 109 made a killing In thisvoting' AMERICAN; I.hAOlK: :
Golf Championships at the Tam Opener'Opening i Trier.It i Teem ,-W. JL Fc*.
landing two other spots Yankees .....,.........4. 2Senatois : .W>7
O'Shanter Country Club In Chi round ol/ play in the was Tiler's second: over among the lop four postions. .............. 3 3 .rll 10
cago. Won en's Bowling the Beavers. Play opened with the Tiger ................ :.1 .1 ,.sonUK
NAS Civilian Coach Ed Connell pulled downrunnerup Red SOl( ........n..3 :.1Vhlte t .- )
ODDS!' AND ENDS League is set\ for t might at thecolled Submariners topping Fasron 109, \ Sox ............. 1 .1 ,:ra I)
I honors while catcher .. ... .
2.1, in 14 innings. It was the second Indians ... .,...2 4 .3.13
Robin Roberts' the righthanded Riverside Alleys. in which' Tom Fink nailed fourth place
will be Thurs- consecutive tourney NATIONAL tRAC.l'K:
pitching ace of the Philadelphia Trier earned third spot.
m W.
Phillies, is well his to day evenings at 19 Ed Connell's gang dropped t1lr a .' ............. 5 'i'i:
on way Civilian en 5.ployed at the opener only to wend its way into SubLant and Fasron 100 were' Cardinals ............. .4 2 ,M>7
winning 20 or more games for the women presented appropriate team and KedlfRi/: ............... :3Ilravrt A ,!\I 10
fifth station can still reg:ster for playContact the final round. ................ .1rwuies 3 ;{,i,0,
straight season In
individual trophies special Dodgers .u..1 4.1:1:
Mueller of the New York Giants In this fast circuit:. Jo Glidenell and Trier gave fans ceremonies .!!.......!!!!! 1 :5 .167
"in post-game } .
Duffek, extension 7 18. something to talk about
was tossed out of
recently a game '
In two terrific deuls.. Glidewell hung up a tourney
by an for the first time in Defending champl ion> is hooking up
The plain difference In both.. mark of 20 hits and six runs,
his 11 seasons of organized base- Istration which coreslate 'piled Admin-I SPORTS FROMYESTERYEAR
while out 62 batters In
ball. in last year'i I clubs proved to be alertness on striking
50 innings.

Fink, a welcome addition to

Links Title the club, replaced Nick Proscia, TEN YEARS AGO TODAY
I I Gunnies Bid For NATTC transferred to sea duty prior to Lt. Don Faurot, for eight

tourney time. A scrappy kind of years gridiron mentor at the

I Fink handled Glidewell admirably U. of Missouri, was named to
Cox (Sup.), 3-up, and Thompson guy
With FRIDAY'S RESULTSHampton : take the helm of the all-
play scheduled to end tomorrow I lie is attached to VX-1 over
SS def. Saliva (A- (AN-P), won by default
Aviation Ordnanceman ( ) at Key West. station football squad. Last
School Two 1-up; Jackson (SS) dcf. Benak, Hart, Morton and Wor- Faurot led Iowa
Is in a leading position to ), year, PreFlight -
mal AO School won by default The Beavers posted four wins
cop the title of the NATTCenter Hewett (A-Two), 2-up; Burton to a 9.1 record. Lone
between losses. defeated l
intramural golf league. (SS) def. Swift (A-Two), 5-up, from Administration One. They loss was to Notre Dame.
Tolliver WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS FMFLant, 9-1J; DesLant, 3.2 In
The Gunnies are on the top and Kurilich ((8S) and FIVE YEARS AGO TODAY
tied. Hart (AO) def Jackson (SS), eight Innings; ServLant, 6-0, on
rung with 16 points a, healthy (A-Two),
three.and Cooley (AN-P) and Lada (Sup.) 4 and 3; Benak (AO) def. Hampton a no-hitter by Glidewell and edged Owen Williams annexed the
one-half ad'antage -
over- the nearest points competitor.Mike tied; Fish (AN-P) def. Wilhorn (SS), 1-up; Baker (AO) def. PhibLant, 1.0, in the semi-finals. station tennis title by defeat

Benak, Jim Baker, Jack (Sup), 3-up; Day (AN-P) dot Burton (S8)), 2-up, and Wormal ing George Chalmers, 832,
(AO) def Kurilich (S8)), 3-up. YN2: "Sir, I want to marry
Hart, Bob Wormal and Hugh on the station courts.Jax .
STANDING' Celse (NAWS) def Wilhorn "
your: daughter.
Morton have been carrying the Pte.AO .
Team Cox (NAWS) def. Navy softballeis were
(Sup.), 1-up;

AO School colors.Tomorrow's Father: "Have you seen my
AN-P School 12'iNAVS Coleman (Sup.), 2-up; Strader ready to enter the Duval Coun-
schedule finds Ad- School 10* wife yet 7"
ministration Supply.... ..... ................10 (NAWS) def. Walling (NAWS), ty Tourney, carrying with
One playing Administration Special St-rvltu ................ 9'f' and Holden (NAWS) def. YN2: "Yei, but I ntlll prefer
.... .. lamp
Two and NAWS School Administration Two .r. them a lofty 26.( record.JJ. .
pitted Admlnlitratlon One .. .". .. 2 L dA (Pup.), 4 and 3. your daughter" *
against AN-P School.



Paga Eight JAX AIR NEWS 2 September, 1954

..mmlliI'FOR Deductons This Week For

2 bdrm. house. SALE 5908 Oak Lane Group Life InsuranceFederal

Dr. Lt. (Jg) Replogle, ext. 8586.

3. bdrm. Ranch home,. GI financed. Civil_ Service employees here will notice a deduction Iatheir
4726 Timuquana Rd. Ph. 8.1072,
Alters. payroll checks beginning Sept. 9 for ungraded employees' and

Sept. 17 for classified workers. These deductions will cover the cost
2 bdrm. CBS home, GI loan, equi
ty. 5217 Marlene Ave. Lt. Books of group life insurance authorized for all government workers under

3 bdrm. house, GI equity, Timu- AFpi Public Law 598.

quana. Weaver, 4745 Blount F9F-9 TIGER-The.Navy's new supersonic, swept-wing Jet The group plan provides for ions.. Deductions are based on
Ave., Ph. 28323. fighter plane-the F9F-9 Tiger (above) has made its debut. The insurance coverage at extremely
3 bdrm. home, $2,15,0 equity. $1- jet, which: will operate from carriers and designed to fly faster nominal rates. While. employeeswill 13 cents per $1,000 cqv .rage per
600 GI loan. Lt. A. II. Carson, than sound in level flight will carry air-to-air and air-to-ground not be required to enroll in week. The actual amount of in-
4783 Beverly Circle, Lake missiles. Powered by Curtis-Wright Sapphire engines, the surance allowed .is determined by
Grumman built jets will be equipped with afterburners which the plan, they are automatically the highest thousand dollar unit
Shore. Ph. 2-7485. give great bursts of additional speed. The Tiger Incorporates sin- Covered during the Interim per- above the
2 bdrm. frame house, 5121 Attle- .gle-sheet construction which reduces the number of parts. The iod until. forms are available. individual employee'sannual
boro. Phi 8.6715, Binder. wings do not have folding mechanicsms but are folded manually Later out waiver the salary, with neither more
filling a ,
( 2 bdrm.. house, equity, $1,000. 740 for storage.; employee can request the insur- or less, permitted than the salary

I Erie St. Ph. 88-6094, Mrs. J.Baze. warrants.The .
i ance ,be dropped from his master -
Nine Win Total Weekend Tide Table payroll card. Federal Government will

MISCELLANEOUSRide HIGH LOW S C C share the cost of the Insurance,

wanted from Brentwood Ave. Beneficial Ideas A.M. P.M. AM. P.M. assuming a third of the total ob-
Once the plan i Is in operation,
to NAS, 0730. Francis Monroe, Fii. 11:42: 11:49: 5.03: 5:44: '
it can bq cancelled at time ligation. Actually the government's -
3306 Brentwood Ave, ext. 741. Of $425 For Sat. ........ 12:29: 5:47: 6.37: any ,
but all employees are urged to share is borne by, the individual -
Will baby sit Mrs. Addle, 1775 Sun. 12:37: 1:20: 6:3f: 7:38:
Hamilton St. Ph. 84956. Another group of beneficial sug- consider this action carefully governmental agency or

Will baby sit. Miss Joyner, 1533 gestion checks, totaling $425, have since the insurance provides an department. The resulting chargeto

Osceola St. Ph. 7.0197, been earned by nine employeesof Promotion For inexpensive way to protect families ; the operating allotments of

, FOR RENT the Overhaul and Repair de- in. the event of death or NAS' Jax, Lcdr. Brtckley said,'will

partment.The serious Injury. be $65,000 a year.
3689 Pine St. Ph.
Sleeping rm. New
ChaplainPromoted Because of the insurance ., *
2-9864, R. Scharle. awards, delivered by Capt. group

i rm. furn.. apt.:, 2652 Dellwood. Wellington T. Hines, 0 & R, officer to Lieutenant in the status, individuals are not required Employees age 65 or over ale
had been ,the to take the usual custom not. to make
Ph. 7.6600, Mrs. Safer.. approved by Navy Chaplain Corps shortly ,after required premium
local,Incentives Program Commit ary physical examinations for life and their
Share home with Navy'couple or his arrival, at, the Naval Air payments coverage will
business girl. 4653 Timuquana tee which gave thorough studyto Technical Training Center, Lt. insurance. The rates are basedon be decreased at the rate of two

Rd. Ph. 8-4104, Mrs. Burton. each suggestion submitted. Gordon H., Griffin, is a former > average life expectancy statistics .. percent each month they are overage

3 rm. garage apt., $75; private Recipient of the highest check, Navy Dllot... with no differential between 65 until their coverage ins.
rms. 2601 Park St. Ph. 8.2770, $150, was Ira J. Glroir who proposed those employed in hazardous reduced to 2 percent of its original -
Mrs Houston. that ordinary brown masking During World i tV I. occupations and those who face value.Employees .

paper be used for rubbing War II, as ai I are not. However, double indemnity who leave Government

down wash primer on' aircraft, instead Naval Reserv- is granted in case of accidental service will protected for

We Use of wet or dry sand paper lat, he was a I death. 31 days. after separation! and will

(Continued from Page 1 which had removed the wash primer Naval Aviation 4 tyave# the opportunity to obtain
from heads! of rivets or other Life Insurance benefits will be without medical examination an
terms involved have proven diffi Cadet at Pen-
protrusions. The use of this, new payable in the following order: Individual life insurance policy at
sacola F1
cult. a., b.
method resulted in considerable ((1)) widow or widower, ((2)) chll standard rates.

F The 14 Italian students are.split savings in material and manhours. and from 1944- dren, ((3)) parents, ((4)) estate, ((5) Other additional data and
Storekeeper was a flight
into three groups-Aviation
A $I OVARD WAS shared y xt?+ next of kin. Employees who wish leaflet
Class A School enrollingtwo in It rue- 4 asp explaining the highlightsof
by John D. Clark and ClarenceW to change this order or name the
; Aviation Electrician's Mat tor there. Lt. Grl a- plan, will be disseminatedfor
Lauer, who designed a modi- someone else as beneficiary can, information to all employeeswhen
School taking six, and AviationOrdnanceman : I He was in die inactive reserve do
fication to the. Fuel Tank Vent so as soon as proper forms received
School' the remain until 1952: meanwhile transferring are celved. locally. Meanwhile,
dcr.: Fitting Assembly, which permits Lo. the Chaplain Corps, and 'dur charted below are the deductions
workers to eliminate small leaks Lcdr George R. Brickley, Fiscal that will be made from employees'
Italy has specialty i I service ing the Korean Campaign was
without possibility of breakage of officer, has had his depart wages for applicable pay periods
schools in deck and engineroom with the 2nd Marine Air Wingat
the equipment When pressure is ment working day and night com
but for aviation Cherry Point N. C., and from
ratings none so'' ,
applied. puting wage and salary deduc
the men were sent to JacksonvIlle 1953.54: with the 1st Marine Air coverage.MOUNT
Raymond K. Reinhardt and
under the Mutual Defense Wing in Japan and Korea.to ANNUAL IASIC SALARY AMOUNT OFINSURANCE
James E. Johnson won $75 for
Assistance Program of the United Moro Than Not More Thn W..kly II.W..k1t S.mlMonthlMonthly
the encounteredin
solving difficulty Alfred Jones for designing a
States to study at the Naval"Air getting proper clutch settingson guard belt for the 4-inch surface ... .. $ 1.000 $ 1.000 .13 $ ,25 '.27 $54

Technical Center. actuators of F2II aircraft. They grinding machine whisk catches $ 1.000 2,000 2,000 .25 .50 .54 1.08

They receive a special bonus proposed that clutch plates and grit and dust and eliminates con- 2.000 3000 3,000 .38 .13 .81 1.63

pay while in the United, Statesto clutch drivers be resurfaced by I siderable cleaning of machinesin 3.000 4,000 4,000 .50 1.00 1.08 2.1i

augment their Navy pay and grinding away pitted surfaces, the area. 4000 5,000 5,000 .63 1.lS: 1.35 2.7.1

Chief Marchetti says "they get thus providing for better friction Wallace L. Scott received two 5,000 6,000 6,000 .75 1.50 1.63 3.25

along comfortably." fit between these two parts. 6,000 7,000 7.000 .88 1.75 1.00 3.7
awards: i$15< for a,jig which holds
Special recreation features have FOR MODIFYING THE manu 7,000 8,000 8,000 1.00 2.00 2.17 4.3.:1:
been arranged for them by the facturer's design of the AF-2S, cyclic stick In a rigid and positive 8,000 9,000 9,000 U3 2,25 2.44 4.88

Italian-American Club of Jack AF-2W and R4D-8 exhaust stacks neutral position while rig- 9000 10,000 10,000 1.23 2.50 2.71 5.42

sonville. and clamps to eliminate repair ging fore and aft and lateral con- 10,000 11,000 11,000 1.38 2.75 2.98 15.96

and replacement of the clamp assembly trols on HTL aircraft, and $10 11,000 12,000 12.000 1.:10: 3.00 3,25 6.50

Noah E. Lee and JamesIL for a Jig which provides' faster, 12000 13.000 13.000 1.63 3.25 3.sJ:: 1.04

Big T Wood were awarded $50. easier rigging of a HTL helicopter 13,000 14.000 14,000 1.75 3.:50': 3.79 T.58

A check for $25 was presented rudder pedal control. 14,000 13,000 15,000 1.88 3.7S 4.08 8.13

(Continued from Page 1 -.-......-........-.............
in Yokosuka, Japan :Feb. 15.
Jax Entrant
Next in line for call: was

Australia and New Zealand.On (Continued from Page 1

August 1, the Big "T" was Roglin instrumental trio (bass,
ordered to task force .
operations __ drum, piano) from Memphis.
in the South China Sea

On August 1, the Big "T" was )- \ Singer Bob Duffy from Pensacola
ordered back home, via the ; :.: at 'Z placed'second. The trio, with Duffy

,Panama Canal. and Rodifer as alternates, will

While en route stateside the t.f .+ for further
.A try honors in New
"Globetrotters" of the Tarawa
h. York.
received a dispatch from Vice

Adm. ,F. W. McMahon, Commander Morgan EliminatedThe

Air Force Atlantic, two other Jax representa

which said: "Your performancehas tives in the Charleston division

been outstanding. I am James Morgan,TDSN, of Fatcu-

proud of your record -and extend s, w: lant and James Fields, AMAN, of
my heartiest congratulations v 'l ;> O & R, failed to place. Morganwas

with a warm welcome the first place winner of the

home. Well done." a earlier Jax area eliminations,
For outstanding performance while Fields placed third in local

for' the fiscal year 1953, trials.
the Big "T" was awarded the ..

Efficiency "E",
BOOST TO NAS MX-Overhaul and Repair department employees give strong support to Slow ,Down At SchoolCrossingsProtect
"My wife talks to herself." keep NAS Jax at the top of other Naval Air Stations engaged In the Navr Department Incentives
"So does mine, but she doesn't t; Program. Capt. Wellington T. Hines 0 It R officer (center) finds It one of his most pleasant duties (
realise It. She think' I'm listen--. to deliver Beneficial Suggestions checks, totaling fl:5 to these eight employees. Left to right are: .
.. Raymond Reinhardt, Wallace Scott, James Wood, Ira Glroir Captain nines, Clarence Lauer, Alfred The Children!
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