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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 16, 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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VOL.-12 No. 25 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 16 September, 1954

Home of Commander Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval District; Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville; Fleet Air Wing: 11; Naval Air Technical Training Center
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College Study ,.. ... 'I". : Center InitiatedAt


Naval Air Weapons System
.' School this week initiated the a
Monday P M. first instructional television

., program at the Naval Air
\% Technical Training Center.

Personnel may register for the Lcdr. E. C, Geise, training officer L 1.s"1.
School revealedthe ;
fall college extension courses at at NAWS ,
TTEACIIING use of the Navy Instructional
the NATTCenter Technical Li ,
i'. .. Television System at a special
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brary, Building 501, ,Monday, September demonstration of the equipmenton

29, from 1500 to 2000. Sept. 10. Developed by the

At that time, John Miklos, representative \. Special Devices Center of the

of the General Ex Navy, the television system will
be especially helpful to Instructors
tensIon' Division[ of Florida, will
for showing small parts of
be aboard to assist students who equipment to large classes, as wellas .

wish to enroll. numerous other applications.Can .

Classes will begin October 4, Transmit

and will be held one night a VIA TV A demonstration of sub-minlalure Possibilities of having one In-

week for approximately 16 soldering techniques is given by L. D. Varnes, ATCA (left), Naval structor use'the equipment to
Air Weapons St"hoollnstructor, in the first instructional, usage teach students in other classroomswas
week The enrollment fee for at NATTCenter. lie is working on minute equipment which is shown during the demonstration. r

each course Is $21.00, with cost magnified many times on the screen to the right. The operationis Frank Angell of the Special v. r
also being shown on four other TV sets, demonstrating the use
of. books additional.All of Instructional TV. Devices Center, Port Washington,

military personnel, their dependents Long.Island; N. Y., was assistedby
Some Are Concerned Weapons School Instructor per-
and civilian employeesare
sonel in demonstrating how one
eligible to take any of the could trans
camera successfully
following courses: Written CommunIcations Early Release Procedures mit to fiye television sets the

First Year Spanish, magnification of such delicate T i'''' II"'J""JJ ........-

United States History to 1865, work as the soldering of sub LAST PLANK LOAD=:Three
Clarified For PersonnelWith .miniature parts, a necessary tech whltehats who helped pt the
Salesmanship, Personnel Management
nlq e 'In connection with Guided Naval Air Technical Training
in commission in 1951 take
General Psychology, Effective Missile work.

Speaking, Basic MathematicsI the opening of college fall season, personnel have Economy Saver prior their last to their ride discharge on the "plank"from

College Algebra, Elementary been concerned with directives governing early discharge Included In the demonstrationwas the service. From front are
dates. the application of remote tel- Bob Schnedler, YN3, First Lieutenant's -
Accounting and Statistical Methods office; Bill Engel DKS,
evision technique whereby one
directives
Once again these conditions have changed and last Disbursing, and Tony Albrecht
have been reviewed by the Na- Friday Navy All-Nav was received camera situated in a remote area YN3, Administration.
Further information can be ob- from the classroom could viewa
val Air Station Personnel office which states that person
tamed at the NATTCenter Information practical application of an associated -
in an effort to clarify discharge nel whose enlistments expire be- classroom subject. Skipper Of
and Education office,
fore 1 1955 eitherbe
February can
procedures for the benefit of All In a talk on the history of
extension 8338.Navy Hands. discharged 60 days early, or
Navy Instructional Television,
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can, at their own request, remainon
Actitvities have been handling Ken Thomas, also of the Special
active duty until their full en-
WivesConvention personnel discharges according to istment expires.No Devices Center, explained how NARTU To.
instructions set down in the Basic the system could operate with one
Discharge Directive of BuPers provisions have been madeto instructor and a cameraman or

1910.5-B, which made' it mandatory issue early discharges for pcr- with only the instructor.
that personnel who had regular (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5)) Two cameras are normally usedIn Leave Post

Set For JaxNavy enlistment expiration dates the operation of the 'system,

before February 1, 1955 be discharged -I WEATHER OUTLOOK one being the "master" and the Capt. John L. Counihan, com-

wives from all over the in accordance with the i Friday-Continued cloudy with other the "slave." Economy of manding officer of the Naval Air

country will convene in Jackson schedule set down in the Directive showers. the equipment was achieved by Reserve Training Unit Jacksonville

ville the week of October 11 to which is normally 60 days in and cooler. having the "slave" machine use since Aug. 1953: Is headedfor
advance of those dates. Saturdays-Clearing part of the "master" equipment. a new assignment on the
15 for the annual convention of '
New AINav Sunday Partly cloudy and The instructor can use the second staff of the Chief of Naval All-
the Wives Club of America.
Navy Since that directive was issued, mild. camera to switch from one sub- Reserve Training, Glenvlew, Ill

Invitations have been issued by ject to another without a time Capt. Counihan will hand over
..
the Jacksonville Navy Wives Club t -.w W.v lag in between, Thomas etated. command of the unit to Comdr.

No. 86, host for the convention, I Laurence F. Steffcnhagen, from

to all of the 44 chapters locatedat Fi .f movable the office of Chief of Naval Op

... large pieces of equipment can be erations, in ceremonies Saturday
Naval installations in the U. S., ago-
used to illustrate lectures without morning at the parade grounds.
Alaska, Honolulu, Puerto Rico having the class leave the Comdr. Stef- ,

and French Morocco. Large delegations room, he said. fenhagcn will

, are expected from the s; The camera was operated by serve as skip-

Southern region. { ; George Huether ahd Irving Lash; per of NARTU
en of the Special Devices Center.
until October,
Headquarters will be at the
when
Comdr
SemInole Hotel, which will also
: Reserve Outfits Frojn Wilson R. Bartlett -
be the scene of business sessions, 4T executive

board meetings and the installation ,. Niagara Arrive HerePatrol officer of NAT
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of national of ; ; sd TCenter officially
ceremony new I Squadron 851: and Fas-'
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ficers. Delegates will be welcomedby ron 855, two reservist units becomes Capt. Counihan

high-ranking, Naval and civic .. 'j from NAS Niagara Falls, N. Y., commanding officer of the Reserve
officials. flew into NAB Jai Monday for unit. Comdr. Steffhagcn
1i
Linde Forsyth Is' Convention two weeks of training duty. will then assume ,executive officer -
These two squadrons fly and duties.
Chairman. She will be assistedby >Y f
service 10 PV-2's, the predecessors Recently promoted to the rankof
officers of the Jax Navy Wives of the modern P2V Neptune Captain, Comdr. Bartlett has

Club No. 86, Harriet, Weir, presi FUTURE PILOTS These seven young college men were patrol bomber. Three RSD's and been acting commanding officerof
sworn in as Naval Aviation Cadets last week at NARTU Jax,
two SNB's also
helped ferry the the Training Center since the
dent June Hoover
; vice-president;
which is the official recruiting agency for the NavCad programIn -
Elsie Rose, secretary; Ruth Reese, this area. Left to right are: William Vickers, University of 30 officers and 160 enlisted men departure of Capt. David Mc-
Florida; William Kllgore, Florida; Cecil Delcher, Florida; John who made the trip. Campbell last month. .
treasurer; Helen Hoagland, chap- Carter, Auburn; David Thigpen, Florida; Arthur Skelly, Jack Comdr J. T. Morris is com- When he assumed command of

lain and Thora Ring, parliamen sonville Jn College; William Brinson, Jacksonville Jr. College, manding officer of the Fasron and NARTU in Aug. 1953: Captain
and Capt. John S. Counihan, commanding officer of NARTU who
tarian; and Credentials Chair administered Lcdr J, E, Walsh commands VP- Counihan took over the program
the oath. The cadet have reported to Pensarola for
man, Nell DeLoach. pre-flight school. 851. (Please Turn to Pare 8, Col. 5)4ItCk.

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Pub ,h.cI every? TJlur CATHOLIC
Utlon. Jacksonville: Kit.

Capt. John S, ThAch xAS'...!.,lac., ".'. Commanding Officer Sunday, Mass-0800, 0900, 1000-
Comdr John D. BUtch -i. e( th.| oiflc r St. Edward's Chapel
Fleet All "JftCkM.911..
Hear Adm. John Terry ? Commander Saturday-0800.
C.pt. Richard O. Greene Chief or Start Daily-0630. 4
Fiat Air VTUg EUtra J"V
C.pt. Theodore Dahl -_ ?..___ Commander Sunday--C630-Mass. alt Hospital
Comdr. Frank D. Meyer -Chief SUM Officer Chapel.
Keral lit THhlral Trelabc Os.Mr
Comdr. Wilson R. Bartlett Commanding officer (Acting) MORMON

C.pt. Edward S. Lowe" -..--...Raralipt. R."I') .Commanding Officer : 1930 Monday NATTC -
L. A. N.wtoa ___KxcuUr otnccr Chaplain' Office.CHRISTIAN .
ALTO I iii'' "
Capt. John L. Counthinu .Commanding Officer SCIENCE1900.TuesdayMainside
Comdr. C. Gay Strum*.......... Executiie officer Ir / l r r ,
Chapel cc::?;. rr t t Nth
Tk. JAX AIR NEWS U publtihcd weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Stilton, Office on ramp.PROTESTANT.
yatkaonvlll lotIda, and printed commercially with non- grtll'd t fund
at no expense tn the government and In compliance with NAY Rr. ,
Nov. Ifrii Copier are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station tM
Naval Air Technical Training Center, Natal Air Reserve Training Unit, and the 0930-All Saints' Chapel.
U. S. Natal Hospital 1100-All Saints' Chapel.
Editor-Andrew H, Planey
Aaalatant F.4ltor-UeJen Harper; Sports: EdltorGordon Robbie, J03: : Staff 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel.
ftt'pQrlera-Jatk Holmes PHI; Clrculatlon-Distrlbption-Chuck: Pul, AO3, (Note: Addresses of local 1 ,i
The JAX AIR NEWS ta a member ot the Armed Forces Praaa Stnlco churches -i
A FrS material appearing In this publication may not lie reprinted without may be obtained by call-

natter the written, except pcrmlaaion) b)' a..\'te.of' Armed publications Forces PUN.U prohibited Service without Repubflcatlon permission other of Jig the Chaplain's Office, 425)). "Never mind calling an ambulance, I'll father up hat's left
)Kdltor, JAX AIR NE WS. --- 4 of my speedy friend In the wreck. _
Editorial offices located Main AflrnlnUtratlon Building. Phone extension
184., 216 and 8164. Color Movies At WANT TO MAKE A Weekend Tide Table

FEW EXTRA BUCKS?
SAFETYBox Vesper Services"The HIGH LOW
Editor'sDesk Furchgott'a department store of AM. P.M. A.M. P.M
"
Hidden Treasures, a 46- Jacksonville announces that it
Score I FrI 11:17: 11:39: 4:41: 5.29:
minute color film revealing unbelievable -
will have a number of temporary ... .. .
Sat. 12:16: 5:39: 6:35:
Disabling Injuries Through scenes of mystery and openings for experienced sales
Sun. 12:41: 1:21: 6:45: 7-47:
Tuesday, Sept 14 beauty, will be shown at the Ves- personnel, cashiers and cashier

The pro and con of UMT tunl- This Month 0 per Services at the ProtestantAll desk wrappers, during: a special

vernal military training) is being This Year 11 Saints Chapel Sunday at promotional campaign.

heard again, this time with much Days Since Last 1930. Chaplain wets will con- Interviews are to start. im Civilians To Cast

more gusto. Pro-UALT people are Lost-Time Accident 15GmGABOAM duct the service. mediately in the personnel Uepaitmeut. -

more optimistic than they have The film' is one of the series Applicants must be able Votes For StationRepresentatives

been since the idea was first l SLOGAN produced by the Moody Instituteof to woik on Saturdays
SEPT. SAFETY
broached. They think the time Science. Through the micro-
for national, acceptance of UMT "Alert Today-Alive scope, the audience discoversthat ected by the audience Douglas

Is here at last. Tomorrow"Itemember the hidden world all about is Chapman will sing "Seek Ye the Beginning Friday civilian employees

Public opinion polls have always tick "Iog'an-It wailing in splendor to share both Lord. The United. Youth Fellow- of the Naval Air Station

Indicated majority support means money wonder and wealth the treasures ship will attend the service and will cast their ballots for members

for UMT, but a loud, protesting of the snow, treasures un- meet with Chaplain Carpenter to the fourteenth Employees'

minority plus other bickering cut down attendance ." which derneath the earth, in the desert for discussion and refreshmentsin Councils, the Board of Directors

.has kept away any action on proves, you can't have everything! and in the sea Building 804 after the service. of the Employees' Association and

the bill. The: Vespers will begin with The film will be interesting and the Board of Directors of the Mutual -

Basically l he. admlnlstiatlon. WITH THE SCIENTISTSYour the singing of favorite hymns se- profitable for children as well as Death Benefit Society!
plan ia this: TV set of the future will be adults Everyone is welcome.
fraction In size of the The elections will be conductedby
All physically and mentally only a -..
qualified youths would sign up present bets. 'It's a result of development the individual departments,
:
...
with employee given an
for military service at age 18. of a new pencil-sized every
transistor. The report "The opportunity to vote regardless of
No exemptions for college students says
transistor in electrical circuits what shift he works.
or married men. Some proper
*
would go into the Army, Navy or can amplify an electrical V
Air Force for regular twoyeardraft signal 1,000 fold. The transistor V V Official ballot will contain the

hitch. The rest would get is made of germanium and indiumin hiV names of nominees listed in !last
week's Jax Air News and also
four to six months' basic tiain- a gadget no bigger than a V ,
ing. After that, they would] be hound's tooth ." Who's hound space' for the write-in of candidates
should the employee desire
assigned to National Guard or *
_
resene units, and be required to The military' will get a hold of to vote for persons other than

attend weekly drills and summer this sooner or later, so we'll divulge j1 V V those listed.
All below GS-9 and
,
tamps. Failure to keep up with the information now:-A employees

reserve work would be a law vio gauge to sensitive that it lneasures leading-men, who report for work
the extra amount of on or before the date of election]
lation, with penalties oxygen
consumed in raising the little finger ,. are entitled to vote Employees!

Hurricanes! and toinadoes. One has been devised to measure GS-9 and above, may also voteIf

fcection of the country Buffets fatigue in Industry The instrument IV1 they meet certain requirements

from the first and still others experience determines how tiring it as pieviouily: announced.

the latter Now a University may be to operate a machine. It *

of Maryland scientist has measures!: the difference in the ,. Ballots Mill not contain nominees

a new theory which explains the. oxygen used when 'ou're sitting .. .. V. to the Board of the Mutual
origin of the tornado and identifies absolutely still and when you are I peath Benefit Society These
it as one of the best friends 'forming any task whatsoever I FORMER S. A. SCOUT-Jim names will be write;ins and will

mankind ever had. Yeoman, my fatigue gauge, Trail Blazer'Joins 1' Buskerville Chief and ,Airs.\12-year A. -J.old Ilasker-son of be selected from membership of

The world would not be a fit please! ville, shows his troop banner the Society at election: time. They

place to live in if it were not e NAS'Troop and several awards won when will include two representativesfrom
for the type of air turbulence that Theie's one fellow in Ohio who he was "a member of the 'Trail the Overhaul and Repair
Blazers, the scout organization
brings about tornadoes, says Dr.Theodote likes to have bees sting him- 131A in Buenos Aires, Argentina Jim department, one from Public
Theodorsen. Without for the sake of research. Lloyd Al-' is now' a member of NAS Troop Woiks, one from Supply and one

tornadoes, winds would sweep brecht of Chardon, is trying the I former member of a South 131. from the Miscellaneous Group

across the face of the earth constantly old treatment for arthritis. He : American Boy Scout organization, were patterned after similar test Also to be elected are five memo

at 100-mile-an-hour Velocities bought one hive of bees and later I "The Trail Blazers," has Joinedthe of the USA, and the troop had bers to the Board of Directors of

,' buildings would be blown added 17 more., After one year NAS Jax Troop 131.: its own moral code of ethics, recalls the Employees' Association to fill

over; vegetation uprooted and of stinging, reports Albrecht" thereis Twelve-year old Jim Basker- the Chief. The troop had expired terms on the nine-man

life would scarcely be possible improvement in his condition ville, eon of Chief and, Mrs A, J. three classifications in rates similar board two.,from 0 & II, one

Dr. Theodorsen theorizes that y. who knows, they may .erid. ,'I Baskerville, who began his scouting to those found in this coun from Public Works, one from

tornadoes are "merely the largest you home from sick leaye witha two years ago in South AmerIca try. The Braves compared to the Supply and one from the Miscellaneous -

representatives of the element of bottle full of bees! has now been made Second U. S, tenderfoot class, the Warriors departments.Seven .

turbulence, and turbulence is absolutely a Class with the NAS Troop ,after to second class and the explorers Employees' Councils will

necessary to prevent excessive Girls Swimming Club joining three weeks ago to first class Merit badges be named from 0 & R, four from

winds along the earth's Season Oct. 2 TIlE BASK RnLLE family i l in South America are known Public Works, two from Supplyand

surface." Opens Junior Red Cross was living in Buenos Aires when as "Scalps" and troop patrols one to represent the other

But, he didn't say a thing about Girls Swimming Club will open Jim Joined the 'Trail Blazers." I. known as tribes. departments located here. Em-
hurricanes! Chief Baskerville, DKC now with What did ployees receiving the highest number
its seventh season on Saturday, young Jim miss mostin
C e a of votes will automatically
oct 2 at 0900 at the indoor swimming NATTCenter Disbursing, was Buenos Aires? Jim missed his
serve as chairman of the Council
Those of ue who have been pool, Building 614 Training then chief disbursing clerk with bubble $um, but there was a mat-

"sweating it out" this //summer will be offered in rhythmic and the office! of Naval Attache. The ter of 19 cents difference. In to which they. .are elected

and some can say that literally, ballet swimming, also in diving Argentina scout ttoop was start-
Argentina bubble
gum ii 20 centsa LJttJ Known Fact
can chuckle if they have Been and stroke analysis. ed in April 1952 with an initial
this headline dated Aug. 24 in Girls between the ages of 12 membership of 15: boys and Jumped stick Sixty eight Navy chaplainswere

a midwest daily: "City Pools To to 18 with ability are welcometo to a membership of 75: the awarded a total of 192 medals
for in
performances of duty
Close for Summer with the tea- try out tor the Further Chief recalls.
group. What Is Your FPQ? Korea and 13 received wounds in
lIOn given a* "cool weather has information can be obtained by THE TRAIL MAZERS" tents
companied by their ho t.r .

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16 September, 1954 JAX AIR NEWS '


Personnel Of Knowing Monthly Salety Slogan Vets Going To School This Fall To I


Jewish Faith Still Brings 'Lucky Bucks'They Be Allowed To Earn Extra Money

to go to ;
Veterans banning
not dollar bills: Capt. John S. VA scales down the allowance a
have quit giving
the Korean
under -
fall
this
school .
Eye HolidaysLocal officer of cordingly, to bring the total within
away those lucky bucks, nor Thach, commanding GI Bill have been told by
R. Ferrell .O & Rj the (810 limit Starting allowance -
have Invited free meal chits. NAS Jax; C. ; Administration that
synagogues the Veterans
personnel of Jewish faith to par- Picking up.after the holiday Margaret Pickern, Supply; Ro- the money they earn in after- rates for Korean GI job
Samson, 0 & R; W. B. trainees are $70 a. month, with
ticipate in services observing the respite, the safety slogan lucky mona school jobs will have no effect
still continues Chesser Publications-Printing, no dependents; $SS: with one; and
buck ,
Holy Days of New Year and Day program on the GI allowances paid them
of Atonement from Sept 27 ,with six people winning lucky and James Abel, 0 & R. by the government $105 with more than one depend.
bucks and three others claimIng Free meal chits went to Lt. ent. These rates are reduced at
through Oct 7. The Korean GI Bill does havea
free meal tickets to the Sam Brewer, NAS Administration four-month intervals, as trainingprogresses
The following Reform, Conservative "celling" but for on-the-Job
veterans' earning
Washburn 0 & R and :
Civilian Cafeteria Ruby ,
;
and Orthodox services have trainees only It does not applyto
For supplying the correct and Frank Molinaro, Security. abilities increase
been announced: veterans in the classroom.
answer to "What is the safety Safety slogan for the monthof onthejobtraining RATES FOR VETERANS in
When a veteran's
slogan for the month," the September Is: "Alert Today school full-time are $100 with
his allowance -
Ahavath Chesed plus GI
Congregation wages
following were recipients of free -Alive Tomorrow" no dependents; $135 with one dependent
(Reform), located at St. Johns 'exceed $310: a month ; and $160 with more

Avenue and Mallory Street, will' than one dependent. VA explainedthat

celebrate New Years at 2000 on since the law allows a veteran -

Monday Sept. 27, and at 1000- NAVY WIVES I only one change of program,

1200 "Tuesday" Sept 28. he should make sure he choose

This synagogue will observe CORNERAt the correct program. If in doubt "

Day of Atonement at 2000 on Y he need only fill in the appropriate -

Wednesday Oct. 6 and at 1000- the last meeting held Sept. space regarding. counseling

1800 on Thursday Oct. 7. Ylzkor 1, it was announced that there on VA's application form for Ko-

Memorial service will be held at would be a pkkup for the Not lean GI Bill training well in ad
1600 Oct. 7. '
New Shop in the near future. vance.
New Yeai's services will be ALSO VETERANS; : S1IOUIJ be

held at the Jewish Center, Syna- Anyone having any articles, cloth- certain the course they plan to

gogue (Conservative), 3rd and ing, furniture, or what have you, take has been approved for Korean .

Silver Streets, at 2000 Monday for donation are requested to GI training by the State in

Sept 27; 0800-1500 Tuesday Sept. have it ready for the girls. The which the school Is located. This

28; Tuesday 2000 Sept 28. and at ,date and time will be announced Information is available at any -

OSOO-1 OO Wednesday Sept. 29. VA Regional Office in the field,
at a later date fn the Jax Air
not at VA headquarters at Washington
Day of Atonement will be cele- News. D. C Veterans must com

brated at 1900 Wednesday Oct. 6; Linda Brunson and her committee plete arrangements for admittance

0800-1800 Thursday Oct. 7 with are planning an Old-Fash to the school of their choice:

Yizkor Memorial service at 1100 l ioned Square Dance at Mandarin. before filing applications with the

on Oct. 7. Fla., for the Monthly Social. Cards

Etz Hayim Congregation (Orthodox will be sent out \o tell you the VA.The
VA veterans to take
urges
___ ._,._ ,.
), 29 Wast 6th Street, has exact time and place to meet. v along enough money of their own

scheduled 'New Year's services at Three new members were votedin A LUCKY BUCK WINNER-Capt. John S. Thach, NAS Jax to tide them over the first two

1830: Monday Sept. 27; 0800-1300 our club this month. They are: commanding officer, Was not caught unawares when approached months of training. It takes that
and '1825 Tuesday Sept. 28, and Martha Jones, Bobbie* Mason and and asked for the safety slogan for the icnth of September. For long for a veteran's first GI allowance .
the .(
providing the correct slogan, Captain Thach was recipient
at 0800-1300 Wednesday Sept 29. Pauline Kagel. a free dollar bill, presented by Charles Able, Safety superintend check to reach him.
Atonement Day ,will be observedat Linda Forsythe has done a fine ent. The slogan is "Alert Today-Alive Tomorrow." The Captain Veter.an. separated from BCIV-
1820 Wednesday Oct. 6, at Job of planning for the coming immediately deposited the dollar bill into a canister for the emergency ice three years or less by the
March of Dimes polio fund drive.
0800-1845 Thursday
Yizkor Memorial service set for _. ,who have unused 'Korean CI Dill

1200 Oct. 7. training certifIcates may use them
Patrol Bomber Pilot From VP-3 Gets Taste Of to go to school this fall under a

Over 2,000 Reels Of Film new law, even though the certificates

Available For TrainingMore Submarine Life 1500 Fathoms Under The SeaAny I dates have show passed.the veteran's cut-off

than 2,000 reels of film ,
are stored for use in training and patrol bomber pilot can Threadfin (SS410)), during anti- first trip "under the seas" the .

education at the various schoolsof tell you about his experience in submarine "hunter .killer" war- I lieutenant reports that the sub

the Nava\) Air Technical Train the wild blue yonder, but one fare training off the Atlantic was well alr-cMulitioneJ, quarters -

ing Center in the Training Facilities pilot of Patrol Squadron Three coast last week were adequate' but small, and J DATA I&EWould I
tell what it feels like '
film library.A can you AT HEART A lighter-than-alr the food'excellent.. The ship car- FROM

four-man staff under Jesse to cruise 250 feet under the sea. pilot, Lt. Shorts served as observer lied a complement of six officers -

Minyard, ADC, is in charge of It was quite a contrast from during the operations 100 and 70 enlisted men. you like.to replace that

this important phase of the being at the controls of a P2V miles off Jacksonville. Technically ALL IN ALL the 305:;-foot submarine white hat for a hard one, on*
for Lt. Don Shorts, who spent with an officer's emblem on it?
training program. Issuing and his duty was mainly to coordinate executed 27 dives, and
checking film, keeping projectorsand several days aboard' the USS exercises between the made 27 surfaces, the latter appreciated The Navy is feting men with
the qualifications a chance to do
training devices in shape, and sub and aircraft, evaluate performance more by Shorts, who
giving lectures necessary for the Top Honors Won of aircraft, and to familIarize avowed that he much prefers the so with several different These commissioning

training program are all part of himself with submarine life. controls of a P2V than "living programs. programs
include Officers' Candidate School
their function. Lt. Shorts, assistant maintenance under the sea."
Marines At OCS), Naval Cadets (NAV-
(
Phases in the various schools By officer at VP-3, recalled atone Again emphasizing that he is
CADS), Limited Duty Officer program
submit a list of training films time the sub dived to a depthof really) a lighter-than-air pilot at
(LDO), and Naval Reserve
necessary for their classes and Center SchoolsThree 250 feet and that he fully expected heart, Lt. Shorts, who has been
Officers Training Corps NROTC( ).
these, in turn, are submitted quar- reaction from pressure. attached to "blimp" squadrons,
Marines were honored at There are also various other
terly to FaetuLant film library, However, he was completely fool says "There is nothing like a nice
which expedites the film to NATT- graduation ceremonies at the ed. There was no feeling of depthat floating dirigible for comfort and program that offer opportunitiesfor
Center last week. ambitious and intelligent en
Center. 1 any time, he declared. Of his observation.
-.S* Pfc. William Peoples chalked !, listed men to obtain a commission

up an average of 90.50: over the I in the Naval Service either

Air Wing 11 14-week course at Aviation Ord- :. +''; as a regular or reserve officer.
For a man seeking a career
nance School to lead a class of .
n with the Navy it would be well
InspectsThe 17 students.A .
-4,: for him to investigate the vail-
native of Dayton, Oregon, he D v%' i eYwwa..' ot
Staff of Fleet Air Wing ous programs that are offered toward
'is now assigned to the Marine
Eleven held administrativematerial ( a commission. Many of your
Corps Schools, Quantico, Va.
inspections of three of its officers today are former enlisted

air squadrons this week. At Aviation Storekeepers men who took advantage these

Patrol Squadron Five personnelwere School Pfc. Henry. W.. Parkerwas opportunities to improve his career
given a thorough going I best in a class of 24. He totaled : in the Navy. If you are interested

over Monday. Wing officers Inspected an average of 86.80 duringthe : : AXk in such a program con

their administrative! pro- 12-week course. v < tact the Information and Educa.

cedures, .completeness of records Pfc. Parker, who comes from Y fi 9 y ., tion Office in Building 955 at your

and training programs, and also Albion, N. Y., formerly attendedthe ( convenience.We .
*
the physical condition of their New York State College of have available a Hating of

equipment, material and spaces. Forestry, Syracuse, N. Y. He has the many programs that are offered

Comdr. William G. Matton is com- been transferred to the Marine and much additional infor

manding officer of VP5.: Corps Air Station, El Toro, Calif. mation that would be desirably

On Tuesday a 19-man FAWrll At the Marine dominated Air- > for any person seeking to improve

inspection team flew to Coco Solo, man Preparatory School, Pfcr. himself and his future.

C. Z. for surprise admin/material Lewis E. Jameson of Mt. Carmel, ( .

checkups of VP-<5 and Fasron Ill., graduated at the head of a Little Known Fact

class of 100 with an average of MARINES GIVE TO POLIO DRIVE-Capt. Herbert McNallr, More 'than 15,000! motion piotures -

105.Capt.. Theodore O. Dahl, Commander 91.55. A former student at the (left), senior chaplain of the Naval Air Station, accepts a check were distributed to the !'*.
of Illinois he is now for $631.05 from Lt. Col. Frank Porter, commanding officer of clfic Fleet during the Korean War.
FAW-11, is chief Inspec- University The check
Marine Aviation Detachment at NATTCenter. represents
tor. He is assisted by Comdr. stationed at the Aviation Elec- the detachment's contribution to the recent emergency drive The movie programs were one of

Henry Lloyd, Operations officer. tronics School, Memphis, Tenn. for the March of Dime!!! the Navy's biggest morale Items.






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PAW-ll, VP-3, VF-43, VP-5, Fasron 109, VA-175, VF-22 Report VA-45' Acts



I Scouting FAW-ll llVi Squadrons As fasronFor A DayAttack



Staff officers, enlisted men and known VF-43 completed a round-1 Squadron 45 at NAS
the-world cruise when the USS Jacksonville was unofficially
radio school personnel are plan-
ning a party tomorrow evening Tarawa arrived at Mayporf early designated Fleet Aircraft Service

beginning at 2000 at the Caribbean this month. i Squadron 45 one day last '

Club. Dancing music will be The squadron embarked aboard 44 T week.
the Tarawa In October 1953 and K .e The Blackbirds
furnished by the NaVy band. Beer, ,. squadron
soft drinks and refreshments also began what was to be nearly a e. adopted the temporary designation -

are on tap. year's cruise around the globe last Thursday when Lt.

Two men have transferred 'to that reached more than 16 ports (jg) 'William Holmes of Attack

ships: Richard, E. Conklln, TE3, as the huge carrier covered nearly + k yqt'c < t Squadron 85 landed his AD-6
to the USS Howard W. Gilmore 70,000 miles. here to refuel before return-

(AS-16)) at Key West. and James The ship and air group units 'Ing to .his NAS Oceana, Va.,

C. McRorie, TE3, to the USS New received "well; done" reports from i iv home-base.: .

Jersey (BB-C2)). nearly all .Fleet .and Navyunits d4 :! During the refueling processa

they operated with on their travels member of, the gas pool discovered

VP-S the aircraft had developed -

Tour new enlisted personnel, VF-43 Is presently conducting a,'serious'oil leak. :Because -

and one new officer have just
joined the squadron. They include, aboard the elation. based squadron familiar with

Norman W. Krepp, ADI, and the AD-6/ the Blackbirds were

Thomas ,J, Malthaner, ADS, from vr-5/ .naturally called upon to make

Port Lyautey; Samuel_ P.. Garronc, llfarchitlg fret and piccision. s : the necessary repairs. .' ,
maneuvers ;: ----- -- -- ------------------- "
ATI, from NATTC Memphis; Val- were the order of the Headed by two first class
demar A.Edwards, SD3, from Receiving day at VP-5 last week. A"*close VC-62's PHOTO DEPARTMENT-Entrusted with the all important aviation machinist's mates, Ray

Station, Brooklyn, and Order drill competition Was held mission of providing support necessary for the accomplishment D. Cherry and Charles Egan,
of the squadron's primary service of reconnaissance
Ensign Eugene Paquette, from with, teams from Ordnance, Electronics photography, is this photo department. of Composite Squadron 62. 'a VA-45 maintenance crew

FTS Hitchinson, Kansas. Structures, Engineering, The department not only expedites photo requests from base activities "turned to". and' I completed repairs
Squadron personnel attending Night Check and a composite but also from the Atlantic Fleet; VC-62, is one of' two on the ruptured 'oil Ine
such squadrons on the Atlantic Coast. Seated are (left to.right)
team from Administration, Material in less than a day.
Navy Survival School at Reno, ,
Lt. Kenneth Scott, Lcdr.: Paul Greely and COPilOT O..K. Calhoun.
Nev., include! Lcdr. John W. Iler; and Operations Divisions competing Standing are (left ,to right) Joseph Maquez, PIIAN; Herb Gold, To remind Lt. jg) Holmes
Ensign Thomas K. Cate; EnsignJoe Pill; Donald Gerdus, PIIC; Paul Tibbitts, PIIC, and Fred Huff- and his squadron who was responsible
French; Ensign Oscar L. The judges, scoring on dress, ner, PIIC. for the repair job,

Quinnelly; Richard C. Goodwill, bearing, maneuvers, marching and R. Boyd, AMAN, and Bobby L. suits of the maximum efforts of signs like '"The Blackbird Fix-

AD3; James L. Lindt, A03; El- precision, awarded first place to Morris, ATAN, both from NAS all hands. I It Shop" and "Compliments of
the composite team from ,AdminIstration Fasron 45" adorned his newly
mer G. Hartzell, II, A03; Robert Corpus Christi. The squadron began its sched-

F. Severin, AD3; Treston S. Dyer, Material and Operations Plans are being made for an ule of concentrated night flying polished plane as he winged
followed by Night Check and northward toward Oceana.
AT3, and Gene F. Kizziah, AT3.
Ordnance.A all hands "Stag" party, this Fri In June: shifting flight operations .
day afternoon, Sept. 17. The site from the customary daytime hoursto
day off and a party were
VF-43 will be a camp along the liver a 1600 to 2400 schedule, All Square Dancing lessons,
awarded to the team
World traveled and world 1'e- for their outstanding winning performance.A below Orange Park. operations were in ''conjunction Western Style/ That/ Is
with the de-
squadron's plans for
similar competition is plan- Do you care to learn modern
ned for November, with comparable VF-171 ployment to Key West in September square dancing western style?
YOUR prizes for the winners. VF-171 set a new flight time for radar interception Persons or groups wishing to

FIRE total for the months of July and training under the supervision of learn square dancing real western

CHIEF I Fasron 109 August by breaking all past FAWTULANT.. style can call Bill Camp,
I Long was ,the list of transfersat squadron records for night fly 83389. Instructions are free, with

SAYS Fasron 109 last week. Jusuis ing. VA-45 the group meeting lIn the second

P. Martin ADC (AP), was transferred During the two-months period Reporting to the Blackbirds and fourth Thursdays of each
to NAAS Fallon, Nev.; VF-171 gathered a total of 327.5 this week was Harold J. Me- month.

"Let's Grow Up Not Burn William S. Winkinson, AMI, to hours or an average of 19.3. night thaney, AE3, from NAS Norfolk. .

Up," Is this year's slogan for VR-22 at Norfolk; Thomas B. hours pet pilot. In addition, all Transferred were George E. Tul- PACIfIC/ FLEET CUT

Fire; Prevention Week. The Na- Blake, AD3, to VC-33 at Atlantic the pilots became GCA qualified. lis, AD3 and Anton F. Peters, Jr., The has
Navy revealed that it
val Air Station will Join With City; Charles E. Kauffman, These achievements were the're- AT2, to separation center; Arthur has
reduced the size
Picard AD3 left for NAS Norfolk gf its West-
,
other military establishments and YN3, to Atlantic Reserve Fleet, ; Pacific
ern fleet since the end
communities In observing this annual Philadelphia, and Farrell F. Hud- LCDR. MENARD TAKES Stanislaw J. Chwalek, AOl, to of the
shooting the
phase of Korean -
Fire Prevention Week Oct. gins, A02, discharged. Quonset Point, and Taylor L.I I War.
Pacific
3to9. Ralph W. Grimsley, ADEC, was OVER AT VF-I02 Beaver, AOAN, to Fasron 5. : reduced forces will be
by one division of destroyers -
Although fire prevention is an released to Inactive duty alter Lcdr. Robert A. Clarke was relieved Officer of VA-45 will hold a and one battleship.- ,

very day, year-round job for all 27 years of Naval service. Chief as commanding officer of swimming party at the Green (AFPS).
Grimsley has been the Cove Springs "0" Club this Sat
Fire Prevention permanent
hands, the aim during Fighter Squadron 102 last Fridayby
Week is to make all hands ASDO for the past 18 months. urday night to be preceded bya Wasp In far Eastern waters. This
Lcdr. Louis A. Menard at NAS
cognizant that fire prevention Is Nine men were transferred to dinner party at Newton's Fish enviable record is the result of

a life and death matter; that each VP-5: Frank P. Thurman, AM2; Cecil Field. Camp.Lt. perpetual safety efforts contrib-
Individual owes it to himself, to Joseph N. Jiles, AN; Nicholas P. The new skipper reports from (jg) John Schaub is under- uted by every man In the squad

his family and his community to Thrappas, AN; J. D. Herrington, VF-33, where he served as execu- going instructions at the L S 0 ron.The

think and act fire-safe every min- AN, and King F, Pedlar, AN. tive officer. Lcdr. Clarke joins School at Mayport. Carquals for squadron hopes to continue
the staff of the Commander Fleet the will be held the this
ute of the day. Reporting aboard were Arthur squadron record with the new AD-6's.
Air, Jacksonville He has pre- first week in November at which Last week saw the arrival of
Since this year's slogan "Let's
viously served as commanding officer time Lt. (jg) Schaub will be three new officers from Corpus
Crow Up Not Burn Up" could What Is Your FPQ
able to show his Christ!.
of the "Blue Angels. newly acquired They are Ensigns JohnM.
apply to our children, let us ex-
talents. Ash, IV, Robert L. Jones and
mine the records of past years.
Blackbirds were quite pleased Ted. P. Young. The squadron also
One In every five victims of firesIs
to move into their new posi- acquired its first chief petty of-
child under five. What canOe
a
tion on the CVG-4 line. Previously ficer In some time when Henry
do to child from -
protect }
your
stationed in front of the S. Pierson, Jr., ATC, reported for
fire? yl __ NARTU hanger, the VA-45 "AD1' duty. Ronald W. Stiliman, AEAN,
1.) Never leave children home line has been moved to the North- All hands are to be congratu-

alone. They are helpless to escape east corner of Hanger 114. This lated for raising the 'squadron's

fire that they themselves have affords much more room in whichto education score to 119 for the

ktarted when left unattended. taxi aircraft and also elimi- month of August.

2.) Always keep matches and nates the jet blasts which were '

lighters far out of reach of youngsters t\1Li! present in the former line. VF22Of
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considerable Interest to many

3.) Watch out for situations VA-175 bachelor officers In this area is
where the child's clothing might All hands! In VA-173 are keep- the recent engagement of Ensign

catch on fire. : ing their fingers crossed these Shirley J. Scott to Ensign Glenn
days hoping to prolong the accl-
Simpson. Miss Scott shattered a
4.) For the child's sake, be sure
t. his party costumes and decorations +a >w dent-free period which has now five-year-old tradition last April
are flame proof. stretched, out to a total of 245 when she reported to the staffof
days as of Sept. 1. The opera ComFair Jax as the Navy'syoungest
5.) Teach your child to do the tions
department reports 3,908 officer. They will be
correct thing if his clothes'catch
accident-free hours during this married October 16, in Chicago,
on fire; tell him not to run, but period. Illinois.
lie down at once and roll over The
squadron conducted carrier Carl H. Faltz, YN2, attendedthe
slowly to'smother the flames In MARINE AT CONTROLS-"Navy zero-two-two-two Navy operations for four months without Miss America contest in Atlantic

a rug, blanket or coat if avail- Jax tower clear.to land runway three-one over.' T/Sgt. a mishap. Recently ComAlr City with a special Interest,
able.These Thomas Ferree is the first Marine permitted to direct air trafficat Pac awarded the "Devil Diplo- since he Wplnned" to :Miss
ore just a few of the NAS Jar Such duty is normally performed by Naval personnelof mats" its quarterly safety awardin Patricia
Gregory, who -
represented
the station. Ferree, an instructor in air control at NATTCenter,
many things we can all do to help recognition of their performnnce Rhode Island in the annual
Is volunteering 20 hours a week in the Operations Tower In orderto
them "Grow Up-Not Burn Up. maintain his efficiency rating while deployed on the USS beauty pageantry.Pc1ge .
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16 September, 1954 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five



Attack Squadron 105 'Best' On Atlantic Coast I



A squadron under CommanderFleet I for its competitive scores In primary man cruise and later aboard the efforts of all other Atlantic Fleet

SALTY HUMOR FROM Air Jacksonville has been weapons proficiency, air- USS Randolph for a shakedown propeller and jet squadrons.With .

designated as the outstanding- craft safety,. administrative organization cruise. an eye also upon a new

I HERE AND THEREA tack squadron-, the U, s. At- and operational readiness. TilE ATTACK squadron beganIts safety record the squadron,

I lantic Fleet for 1954. march toward squadron per- launched its second accident-free
Hollywood luminary, testifyIng -
I The high honor falls to Attack ,COMMISSIONED in May 1952, fection with the establishment ofa year August 19. On that date
j In a minor breach. of? contract .
Squadron 105, presently VA-105's original complement was new Atlantic Fleet Air Force VA-105 had logged 7,841.9 accident
; asked to him-
case was identify '
based at NAS Cecil Field. comprised entirely of recalled reservist bombing record. During this com- -free hours in the air. Dur-

'I, self."I Commissioned Just a little over *; Nlck-named.. "Mad; petitive exercise, the "Mad Dogs" ing this period the "Mad Dogs"

am the ,world's greatest ac two years ago, V VA-105 commanded pogs" VA-105 got Its first deployment totaled an average error of only safely made 890 carrier landings

tor." he told the court with simple by Lcdr. Roy Reeves, earned ''aboard the USS Tarawafor 98.1 feet using the new 3,000 foot ((40 at night), 9C8 field carrier

dignity.' this top naval aviation honor, anda a Med cruise, then aboard minimum recovery altitude. The landings and 3,727 normal field

One of his friends chided him Battle Efficiency "E" award the Valley Forge for a midship- squadron's records bettered the landings.

next, day. .

, gave t, "Don't yourself' you think was that a: boost little you too Tr Exams In 55 : Newest Cougar


thick, ?" For OfficersNavy Joins VF13The

"Usually I', avoid, any kind of \ ,
eelf prafse." said the film idol Navy's newest Cougar
officers i will have to<
: jet fighter joined the Fleet l
1' ybut: remember, this time they, take ex.ominations: for promo- christening
yesterday colorful
during -
under'oath.;" ,
had me tion, beginning early in 1955, ceremonies at Cecil
., it has been revealed. i
Field Naval Air Station
Hero: "Did Lever tell you about The promotion plan, discontinued This is the first of ,an undisclosed -
when.1 was torpedoed on a 'destroyer ,, at the outbreak of the Korean number F9F-
new
and lived fo?: 16 days on I war, will be reinstated on a
8's that will soon replace nil
a can of sardines?" r more liberal basis. Officers can
of Fighter Squadron 13's pres-
Gal: "Goodness, weren't you I be exempted from taking the formal ent FOF-6'a,

afraid of falling off?" 4 }' exams by completing a variety Flown in from Norfolk, Va.,

S i 'of correspondence courses or by Comdr. L. E.: Doper, skipper -

'. Judge: "tfour wife 'claims that by'attending'schools. certain. resident ( of VF-13, the new jet fighter -

you haven't 'spoken to her in 'five taxied( through a lane made
The exams will cover three 8 to shrill
Have by sideboys the
you any explanation -
years.
?" _........_--- -"" "'=-.._<-..........-._---- broad fields: executive, operationsand whistle of a bosun's pipe. It .
technical
specialties. then received the traditional
Defendant: "I didn't dare Inter'upt CHECK AERIAL 'CAMERAS These VC-62 Detachment .
her." 38-53 pilots, just returned from a world cruise aboard the USS Although professional examina christening as plane 301 -
Tarawa, check a Banshee's camera before a routine flight. Left to tions have not yet been set up by Mrs. L. E. Doner.
right are: Lt. Burna D. Levi, Lt. Kay Kyle; and Lt.'Claude Nava- for active duty Reserve officers,

Two Irishmen, meeting one day rette. warrant officers, or temporary officers

were discussing local news. a committee is 'in the Reopen Study To

"Do you know Jim Skelly?" Highlights Aplenty For VC-62 Unit process of drafting requirements: :

asked Pat."Faith Not required to take examination i Equalize BenefitsFor

," said Mike, "an1 I do." During 'Round-The-World Jaunt !! are, Ensigns being promoted
to .lieutenant (junior grade) and
"Well, said Pat, "he has had -
his appendix taken away from I Thousands of miles of water I Lcdr. J. T. Crosby, who returned I captains going up to flag rank. Survivors

him." passed beneath them sixteen to JEW ahead of schedule. the usual. .westward trek. I Study of the survivors' benefits

"Ye don't say sot" said :Mike. foreign countries and colonieswere Highlights of the cruise Included While in the Med the Big T program has been resumed, and a
"Well, it serves him right. lie visited they were initiated tied joint-service committee and a
visits "down under" when the up at Cannes, France, with
wife's I into the Ancient Order of the congressional committee ore giving
should have had it in his
personnel making tours of Paris,
Tarawa put into poet at Sydney,
and other- it keen attention. '
name. Deep as Shellbacks Swiss
Alps and French and Italian
wise cruised the civilized world. Australia, and Wellington, New Rlvieras, and other famous I Both groups are cooperating to

"Is that gill's dress torn, or That was the agenda for ten Zealand. A unit of the detach- European ports. Dut the most. iron out the complex issue, equal-

am I seeing things?" months for Jacksonville's VC-62 ment was on hand when another impressive sights of all the stops ulars and Reserves, and put such

"It Is, and you are." Detachment 38-53, just returned Jacksonville squadron, Fighter by the Tarawa were the two in legislation before Congress at the

from a world cruise aboard the Squadron 32, broke the sound Australia and one in New Zealand next session

carrier USS Tarawa. barrier for the first ime in the where a tremendous wel The overhaul is based on the

The butcher was busy waitingon MOST OF THE PHOTO recon- Southern hemisphere, at :Mel- come awaited. The docks were Kaplan report, agreed to by the
when
a customer a woman
naissance work the bourne, Australia.IT old Defense committee which
performed by
rushed in and said, "Give me a co jammed with people that they ,
squadron was done at Sangley WAS POINTED out that ,provides service compensation of
pound of cat food quickly.I" Turn- were requested by the ship's cap-
I Point, Philippine Islands and in the carrier's 'round- the world 80 percent of the first $100, and
ing to the other customer she tain to move back to allow theship's
mind Tokyo, Japan, according to Lt. cruise marked the first time that 20 percent of the remaining
won't
laid, "I hope you my
getting waited on before you." Kay Kyle, offlcer-in.charge of the such a cruise. has been made in crew to have room to tie amount of gross pay.

"Not if you're that hungry," detachment, who took over from the eastward direction instead of the lines. The plan will also bring all

the other woman replied military members under social security -
"College Was Never Like This"I
on a contributory basis;

A conscience-stricken taxpayer I Students Like Methods At AGO School"College I system alter the to six-months provide a minimum gzratuity,

wrote a letter to the collector of
benefit of $1,200, a maximum of
Internal revenue saying he had was never like i from thetry. The Navy must then answer sessions a big help. Mock- $3,000; and take away the $10-

cheated on h.ls income, tax ten this !I"That's teach men quickly, efficiently and ups and actual operating equip- 000 free insurance.

years ago and had not been able the general opinion of economically, how to apply the ment are used extensively in con- FECA benefits payable to sur-
to get a good night's sleep since. "
to nection with lectures.
at design practical purposes.
members of the present class vivors of some Reserve members
lie enclosed" $25 and added Aviation Ground Officers School, Favorably impressed with the Another training aid is the would. be eliminated In favor of

"If I still can't sleep, I will send as they compare college teaching modern methods utilized by the trip aboard an operating carrier standard compensation for all

the balance." methods with Navy instruction. school to accomplish its purpose, where the officers see for the survivors. Reserve organizationscan

4.5Reserve the students find visual education, first time the practical applIcation be to .
Although most of the future expected fight any
small classes and, questions and of,their training. '
Officers Naval Air Ground officers have changes In that direction, since
"
degrees from liberal arts or tech', this would mean less in pension

nical colleges and schools, they a money for their survivors.
Personnel Act confrontedwith .
find themselves dally
new ways of learning. Nowat I Comdr. Dierker Gets

Becomes Law the halfway mark of the Na- i Command Of VF-43

val Air Technical Training Cen *
President Eisenhower has .signed I Comdr. John D. Dierker reported -
ter's eight week school, they .
aboard last week from the
the Reserve Officer -
long delayed
agree the methods are most effective -
Navy Department to assume command -
Personnel Act. I
of Fighter Squadron 43, relieving -
The law, which goes Into' effect Practical ApplicationThe : Lt. Robert'E. Howard,

July 1, 1955, is expected to generous use of trainingfilm k, + Lt. Howard was the unit's action
actual equipment, cutawaysand # skipper for the last four
affect the careers of tens of thou w:.
mock-ups are quite a change '. ( ; e erf months lie will remain with the
sands of officers now in various
from the lengthy lectures and Fighting Falcons as operations
Reserve components, as well as long hours of reading previously !' ii officer

the careers of future generations experienced by the men while en- .. ?h(M v Lcdr. Alfred S, Taddee becamethe

ROPA (as the bill Is called from gaged in undergraduate study. new executive officer, relieving -

its initials) leaves intact the "College stresses the theoretical ; Lt. John G. Hansen.
," explained one student, an t I
running mate system, the mech- v
electrical engineer, "the Navy, _.. ,.. .. Jets Cats Swim Party
anism that guarantees the sea -- -- -- -------
the practical application of TRAINING AID-The Navy applies practical skills necessaryin The "Jet Cats" Teenagers Club, ,
service Reserve officer consideration
theory." turning out efficient aviation ground officers at NATTCenter will hold a swimming party Fri-

for promotion whenever his Equipment Endorsed AGO School. One such aid is the target drone (above), operationof day, Sept. 17, at the Indoor Pool,
which is explained by O. L. De Woody, ATC, Instructor. stu-
Regular running mate Is c dents are (left to rifffht) Ensigns D. D. Cotten, I* E. Foley Jr.
"Colleges tenth men to tc! fgn and R. B. Noble. :Members and guests -f\k'mt.




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Page' Six JAX AIR NEWS 16 September, 1954

rrSy

TIME.QUT I ANNOUNCE SALE OF

HUNTING LICENSES

Hunting licenses are on salein
With Gordon Robbio the office of County Judge

Many hearts were saddened McKenney J, Davis in the
!last week by the announce- ( N"e4 FacN Pr.., twrlu) courthouse.

ment of the discontinuationof QUESTIONS Resident county game licenses

Jax Navy varsity football. 1. If the offensive team in foot- are two dollars while
for the 1954 season. w w f ball is penalized to its own one-: resident state game licenses

Followers of Fliers' gridiron foot line, how far from the goal I cost $7.50. The more extensive
teams In the put will find it a line Is the nearest end of the ball? I state tags have proven the

bit strange in having ten open 2. Who was the first man to most popular with county resi

dates on their Saturday afternoon S'L + double as a player-coach in a postseason dents.
__ : ... The marsh hen opened
season
calendars this fall. Z grid classic fAXSWERS

Football teams. at the Naval -. Sept. 9 with shooting permitted
h \ -- -, every day from half an-hour before
Air Station, which gathered 1, One inch to threequartersof sunset.
sunrise to Daily
material from various com an inch, M the standard ball
bag limit is 15 birds, with possession -
msnds based here at
- although 1. measure 11 to I1JJ! Inches In
low ebb the past few years, length, according to NCAA re-ru- limited to 30.Shotguns .
held to
have posted commendable rec .t. PII'V' i I, .J kn .\: lations. must be

ords. At one time, back in 1915, TROPHY WINNERS Com dr. Wilson Bartlett, acting commanding three-shell capacity.HATTCcnlcr ,
:2 Nary Bill
Ingram who
the Filers were voted No. 1 officer of NATTCenter, presents trophies to winners and organized
runners-up in the summer intramural sports field. Rube Fosbenner, and coached: the East
.on Ice team In the nation.
coach of AE: School's title-winning softball team, receives an award team for the Inaugural EastWestShrine Grid
That club, famous for its coach- for his teammates. Matt Kurilich, Special Services, holds the game in 1935, and repeated
Ing staff, as well as its material, team billiard trophy while Carl Sturm, AE-B School, holds the 1>__ 1926, was the first to serve Loop Starts MondayThe
individual
billiard championship award. On the extreme right,
was a roaches dream. The roster
Bob Blckell of NAWS School, displays the runner-up softball In the dual capacity of player- race for NATTCenter touch
included several All-Americans, trophy coach. I football honors is on in full next
and several stars who later won
week with opening tilts cardedMonday
fame after returning: to college.In Announce August Defending champion is

the latter was Chuck Hun- TraFac.At .

singers all time University of Prize Winners In the end of the season,
Florida great, picked off the : 1I NATTCenter winners will vie
Fliers' squad after his tour of against Mainside champions in a

duty ended. Fishing ContestWinners battle for the All-Station title.

Others on the 1915 team were Tomorrow is the last chance for

Bob Hanlon, Notre Dame; Wade for August competition_ units interested in joining this

Walker, North Carolina; Joe In the Civil Service Black Bass league to file entry.

Brown, Georgia Tech; Lou Buf- Fishing Contest have been announced Also getting underway next
falino, Cornell; Phil Centola, liar- week is the Center bowling
yard; Walt Dublynskl, Boston league. A packed field is after the
Robert Wagner, of Overhaul
College; Barney :McGarry, Cleve- and Repair, won top prize in themen's Large Field Awaits Start I title defended by AE School.
land Rams; Don Leaner, Notre I
division with a five-pound,
Dame, and Will Bonus, Minnesota. What Is Your FPQ?
four-ounce catch on a fly rod
On the Fliers' coaching staff using a yellow sally popper. Wag Of HAS Fall IM PlayBULLETIN I
at one time were Don Faurot, ner's catch was made in the St. 1

Missouri; Jim Tatum, Maryland; Johns river. He wins a portable !

George Barclay, exDartmouthand barbecue pit.Women's Due to a delay in tie! arrlval of new pin-setting equip-
Gene tioodreaalt, Havana.Perhaps
dlvlsU went to
prize ment, the .l\l inside intramural bowling league will not see
the greatest staff everMllf'mbled Mrs. Ann Woo hrunr, wife of John
!
opening action until Sept. 27. It
was originally planned to
in the nation In one
Woodrum of Public Works She
start the keg campaign next Monday.
season. caught a 6-pound, 7-ouncer in i
Until 1949, which seemed to Lake Sante Fe, using glass rod With all snags and hurdles ironed out, the 1951 Main-
mark the start of lean years here, and live bait. She also won a side fall intramural sports program*'will get underway Mon. (Personnel are invited to t..uit

the Fliers amassed a respectable portable barbecue pit, day with competition being held in touch football, volleyballand the usa Servicemen't Club at
record. Since 1941, when football Consolation prize went to Wilbur bowling 37 W. Monroe 8t. The air conditioned
was inaugurated at Jax Navy, Neal of 0 K. lib entry This season promises to be a club is open 0930 to
grid teams here have won 61, was a 4 pound, 5 ounce catch banner one, with 19 teams seeking 2330 daily.)
lost 47 and tied three. with, casting rod and shiner at Jax Beach Sets bowling honors and 15 units
8:00
Thursday, September 16 :
Best record was chalked up in Lake Sante Fe. lie wins a box PlansA entered in pigskin play. The volleyball -
Busy Keg P.M. Open House.
1948 when the Fliers posted a of spinning lures. circuit will also be crowded
7.1.1 slate, winning the now defunct Prizes have also been announced meeting will be held at the with 14 teams enteied.Schedules' Friday, September 17 6:30:
P.M. Cafe Italiano, Spaghetti Sup.
Naval Air Conference
Training for September A portable ice for the three fall
Beach Bowling Center Tuesdayat
per. 8:00: P.M. To be announced.
Title. box will go to top men and wom- sports have been drawn up and
The Fliers, with a pretty fair en's entry, a Pflueger skill-cast 2000 for the purpose of form- will be available to competing Saturday, September 1810:00:

first string last year, won two, eel to best child's entry and a ing the Beach Major League for units tomorrow. Final bowling A.M. Open House all day. 8:00:
while losing seven. A 32-0 triumph the 1954-55 season. P.M. Girl-of-the-Month Dance fea
boat seat as a consolation prize. action will be the week of December -
over Atlanta General Depot Standings for grand prizes"show Any person, military or civil. 10. Touch football and turing the NAS Jumpin' Jax.

was the most noteworthy decision Francis Wagner in the lead ian, with a 145 average or higheris volleyball circuits will end play Sunday, September 19 10:00:
posted by the 1953 crew; with a 13 pound, 10 ounce entry; welcomed to( attend the meet- one week earlier. A.M. Dunking Round Table, free

However, highlight of the '53 R. F. Webster, with 12 and 1; ing. The League will be. scratch GRID CONTESTS will be held coffee and donuts. 11:00: A.M. Off

ampaign was the fine defensive J. H. Bedenbaugh, 11 and 8; league for men. at 1615 each weekday at Mustin to church. 12:30: P.M. Vesper Ser-
stand the locals displayed in bolding Harry King, 10 and 4, and W. There will be another meeting and Stadium Fields. A new touch vice and Refreshments. 8:00: P.M

a star-studded AI1-American L. Purcell, 5 and 9. 'Wednesday at 2000 to plan the football layout, the latter field is Movies.
lineup from Fort'Belvoir to a 19- The committee announces that resumption of womens activity at the field formerly used for var- Monday, September 20 Ping

Win. cards for the Five-pound and over Jax Beach. Womens league play sity teams. Pong instructions with Frank

oil club being formed will be issued. will be on a handicap basis. Officials are still needed to workat Puskas. 8:00: P.M. Skating at
SHORT PUNTS 1 Overshadowed Skateland with reduced rates.
Four have been
by Ben SobleraJ, Leon Wilson league games.
signed up to date. They are Jack Tuesday, September 21 Open
of Fasron 109, continues to
capture tennis championships. Plva, Jim Lee, John Charvat, Don House. .

Latest was the doubles title in Meyerchick and Leo Kelly. Wednesday, September 22 -

the Ormond Beach Tournament STRONG COMPETITION is expected NATTCenter Serenaders.

Labor Day. to come from the entire
Wilson is currently battlingfor field. Among the stronger units Cathedral Parish in St. Augustine

the City crown. One of the are Fasron Six, undergoing extensive invites all servicemen and
wen he must defeat Is his drilling with P. E. GiUam their families to visit its Serv

partner In Ormond Beach play, at the helm; Fasron 109, led by icemen's Club. The club is locatedat

Ben Boesch. Such is the way Don Osewalt; NARTU, a peren- the Lyceum, two and one-half
in the world of sports! nial threat; 0 tc R; 'VC-62, directed blocks south of the Post Office

I BH1 Scarbrough, Jax golf king, by Dick Maylander and on St. George St.

lipped quietly from the station Hospital. Each Saturday the club is open
a few weeks ago, leaving behind Bowling competition will get at 1930.( There is a free snack
memories of his links achieve- underway at 1830 each weekday bar and dancing, from 2030.
ments. lie's assisting the pro at L evening, using the six alleys in -
!
Memphis NAS. Building Three. Defending champion Members of the Armed Forces
+ in this loop is VP-18. Late and their families are extendeda

In the recent Atlantic Fleet arriving VF-171 swings into action special rate up to Dec. 20 at
Rifle Tournament at Norfolk, Oct. 14.STRONG the Cadillac Hotel, Miami Beach
PhibLant copped the crown with TIIREATS should be The special rates are $1.50 per

.AlrLant winning the pistol cham posed from Fasron Six, Hospital, person to a room. There are free
__...._
_
.n.n.m Personnel Fasron 109 movies
pionship. Operations, bingo parties, watermelon
Service gridiron teams on the FEMININE FISHERMEN Ruth Styron and Lt. Shirley Supply, VC-62 and NARTU. parties, water shows, gift nights
Coast continue to make headlines. Bailey, nurses at the Naval Hospital, took a few days away from Volleyball teams will play two moonlight swim parties and dancing
their chores recently to indulge In some fishing. One trip to the
Pan Diego Navy tackles UCLA coral banks In the Gulf of Mexico off Clearwater produced more matches per week, with one contest nightly. Reservations can be
at Los Angeles Saturday night. fish than the girls thought possible. at home and one away. made. .



16 September,. 1954 JAX AIR NEWS Pag6 Seven #



SPORTS FROMYESTERYEAR Jax Navy Captures National Skeet Title; AFPS SPORTS




Another In a weekly feature To Compete In World TournamentThe Roundup

that .brings to life performances I ((11 Armed FercH P,... $....lt.)

on the Naval Air Sta Jax Navy Five-Man Team will represent the United States at the International! SERVICE HIGHLIGHTS

tion sports scene from dusty Shooting Union's World's Championship of Skeet Shooting in Caracas, Venezuela, No- Dick Drodowftkl, formerly with
Jax Air .
issues of the News.TEN vember 1520.Notification the Boston Red Sox, captured the
YEARS AGO TODAY
.
of Jax Navy'i par. batting crown at Ft. Dlx, N J.,
Mary Marciniak won t h eNaves the defending Camp Lejeune, N. win in the Nationals
ticipation in the InternationalShoot
I hitting a solid .422 ..,. Cpl. Bobby
tournament by C. Marines. Force's
tennis came from the National I Jax Navy edged the Air !
defeating Rhoda Thompson, Skeet Shooting Association headquarters I High man for the new titleholders Strategic Air Command No. 1 Hayes has done a fine job man

6-3, 6-2 In the final match held Dallas, Texas. Confirmation was Ken Pendergras with team in a shootoff. Camp' Lejeunewas aging the Ft. Lewis, Wash., baseball .

in conjunction< with the annual of the local team's entry I a shattering 247x250. Pendergras third. 87 teams and 2,000 team. The "FourbyFours"finished

Waves' picnic. was received Tuesday from the I finished a whisker behind cham- shooters were in quest of titles. the season with 62 wins
The annual conference of Navy Department. pion Glenn' Van Buren of the Members of the Jax Navy hail
and no losses ,The Amphibious
NAOTC athletic directors ,was IN CAPTURING the National Air Force for, the Individual Mili- from various commands aboard
I Force won the Atlantic Fleet
held at the elation, headquarters title at Waterford Mich., recently, tary All-Guage crown. the station. Comprising the' team
for the Naval Air Operational .Jax Navy also claimed the National COMPILING an undefeaCed sea are:;Chief Gunner Francis Smith Baseball Championship in grand

Training Command. I Military Five-Man Team son in clay bird competition, Jax and Bill Arthur, AOC, both of style defeating the Destroyer
I
FIVE YEARS AGO TODAY Championship. The Jax sharpshooters Navy copped the Florida and AO School, NATTCenter; Joe Force, 8-8 and 9-4.

Jax Navy's Softball team wrested the crown from !I Georgia State Open Championships Hayman, AE1, AE School, NATT Former Michigan State gridder

won its way into the finals of and captured the Southeastern Center; Titus Harris, AT3, of VP- Everett "Sonny" Grandellus has

the Duval County Tournament.The P/nseffers/ NeededFor I Open crown prior to the 3, and.Pendergras, AEC, NARTU. been mighty busy the last coupleof

Filers defeated City Engineers NAS Alleys )'ea1'8. After returning from

(-3, in the semi-finals. With, the advent of another TWO BALL Army service In Korea he played

bowling season at the Malnside ENTRY Golf- a full season with the professional

lanes, pin setters ale urgently ing talk on the New York Giants of the National _
Preliminaries. needed. local scene is beIng Football League. Now he's the

I dominated Spartan freshman coach. Scheduled
Anyone interested should contact
these days with to see plenty of action this
either Special Services,
ex-
1rII'f plans for the ensuing year as ends with the pro Giantsare
tension 512 or the Malnside alleysin
Set For CityTwoBall Building Three. first an- two service returnees, Ken
nual City Mixed l\IacArt't'l' and Bob Srhnclker.
A need still -exists for qualified a Two-Ball Tourney
First Lt. DUly Tldwell, the hard-
personnel to* officiate Mainside The event running back of Texas A&M: fame,
Golf touch football contests. Both pin is novel in that has been separated from the Air

setters and football officials will It will be contested Force. Last year he was leading

Qualifying for all flights in receive pay, an excellent chance on 4 dif- scorer for Keesler AFB, Miss.,
to pick up pin money.NAS ferent courses, romping to seven touchlowns.
the City Mixed Two-Ball Golf .
i Including I I the The Nellis AFB junior swimming -'

Tournament is slated Sept. station greens- team, coached by A/10 Kf n

20-2G at Hyde Park, a slight Bowling sward. Several Braden, scored 64 points to win I '

revision of previous plans. strong duos will the Southern Nevada Junior Olympic

Earlier, it had been decided to Lanes Given represent the Swimming Meet .. Mitchell

hold qualifying for those holding station, includ AFB, N. Y., downed Sampson
championship flight aspirationsonly ABC Sanction 3'w. ing the team of AFB, N. Y., 1.0 and 2-1, to win
.
on Sunday, Sept. 23. Playersnot Lcdr. Lou Urozo the Northeast Conference Softball

competing in the top flight Mllln lde's six bowling alleys and Mrs. A. B. Championship.2nd .
would qualify the week precedingthat were officially opened this week ILVIt Conner (left). Lt. Joe Conrad, outstanding:

date. for the 1954-55 keg season in the Qualifying for amateur golfer, is currently (stationed
various flights at Gary AFB, Tex. .
The tournament will be playedover southwest wing of Building Three. .
begins Sept. 20 I'\(. Joey iiiunbra, one of the top
four courses, Hyde Park, I Pins and lanes are In excellent
at Hyde Park. contenders for the middleweight
Naval Air Station, Brentwood and condition, after receiving extensive I
championship of the world !before -
JJeauclerc. sanding and resurfacing processes -
deadline IK week the .past two weeks An ABC entering the Army, la now
a
Entry Jax Duo Grabs Airiant flexing his muscles at l<'t, Hood,
from today, Sept. 2$. sanction has been received. Texas Prior to donning khaki,
Fifteen teams have entered te NEW I'IS'liettlng machines
I Giambra won 38 out of 42 bouts.
date, including! the top-noleh have been ordered. The new-type Lt. Ken Wlesner, USNU, holderof
tnmleim of MUs Frances Owen, will the work on
equipment ease i Golf Tourney Lead the world's indoor high jump
Florida State women's all that
present : personnel setting pins as record at 6' 10''V, has left the
champion, and Comdr, Frank will be needed to lower the crib Great Lakes
Naval
lleyer and Mrs. A. n. Conner will be a push of a button. I Comdr. Frank Heyer and Ed Barnes, a pair of crackerjack ter, 111., and returned Training to civilian Cen
ComFairJax linksters parlayed sub-par efforts into co-
and Lr lr. Lou Urozo.Players.alleady ,
Although the new machines are life and the dental
: ownership of the first round lead in the ComAirLant Golf profession in
signed up for eleclilcall '-run, %men are still Milwaukee, Win. Smoky Hill
at the station links.
the event, first of its! hind in this needed to load the cribs, spot the I Tourney AFB" Kan., boxing fans will tore-

area, can take practice winds pins and dear deadwood. I The two registered beautiful was picking up a 35. ly miss A/2C Paul Wright. The

at the station course.Station ALLEYS are open daily from four-under par 68's in displayingsome I I The situation reversed itself on '54 National Golden Glove middle

1300 to 2130, including Sundays. I of the finest golf seen at the the final nine. Heyer, with six weight champion was recently

Links Lanes are open to all military local course in several years I pars and three birdies, collected transferred to French Morocco
free. 33. ODDS AND ENDS
personnel. Shoes are provided
The mark missed 'by a single'stroke
Slate ListsKid's League bowling at Mainside is 1 from tying the course rec- I Foulk Places Third Americans are getting their,first> :

scheduled to begin Monday, with ord of 67, set last year by Erwin Needing a par on the final green look at Canadian professional
competition held five nights a Scott. to score a record-tying 67, Barnes football through the magic eye of

TourneyThe week until the Christmas holidays. I Aided by two pars and two i I I stumbld for only the second time television. Play-by-play is com .
of the day coming with a bo petently handled for NBC-TV by
up
Alley attendants for this season birdies on the final four holes of II
Fall season will be officially Lindsay! Nelson Jim
"Sleepy"
are Earl Blackstock and Don the uotgoing nine, Barnes recorded gey five.
opened at the station golf I Crowley, one of Notre
I Only once did Heyer find him- Dame's
Greenwalt, of Special Services. a three-under 33 while .Heyer
I
. ourse Sunday with the annual .. self in real trouble. On the 363- famed four horsemen, does- the '

Junior-Senior Tournament being yard, par. 4 fourth hole, the commentary. Of the top 44 can-

held. Reserves Nab Recreation Softball i I FAW-11 representative carded a didatcs for the Oklahoma University

"With the alnof grooming bogey. football squad, 22 are

young talent for future links com- Crown As Willis Stands OutBill I r Third place went{ to another sophomores Cornell U. has an
petition, the Junior-Senior eventis ComFairJax entrant, Bill Foulk, all veteran backfield returning

a highlight of the station golf an iron- I who came in with a one-under from last year and looks like the
Willis played I Willis was stingy with the team to beat In the
calendar, announces professionalJack role in Naval par _71. Only three men carded Ivy League.
man pitching hits in each game, allowingfour .
s*
Harvey. subpar rounds on opening day, -
Reserve to twin victories over
in the initial setto while
Dependents 12 years of age Jacksonville Terminal, 7-2 and spacing five in the nightcap. marked by clouly skies and occa- Ten Game Card Opens
and over will team with a senior sional showers.
Lackawanna dia-
13-4, on the
NAVAL Reserve won second- HAS Touch
partner over the 18-hole distance. mond last week for the Recreation half honors in the Recreationloop Fleet Play Next Schedule

Play will be held on a selected League Softball crown. after the Terminal crew Notching an''even-par 72 was Opening week schedule of the

drives, alternate shots basis. .A four-run outburst In the nailed i I down the firat-half visitor-R. C. Divers!, in the same Malnside touch football league:

Entrants In the 8-11 year old third inning sewed up the first crown, threesome with Heyer. Only one Mu..r, Sept. 20
bracket will play nine holes in contest( for the Reservists. The This was' the third city I down after the first nine, Divers! VP-3 vi. VC-62. Stadium

Junior-Junior competition with I runs were produced as a result championship garnered by a found- plenty of trouble on the VF-44 Ti VI..*,..Supply". Sf'..Muslin It
youngsters under eight holding of three walks and a double service nine this season. Fas- backside, coming in with 36. HoiplUl >i. Fasten 109, SUdlumCVG17 \
Pee-Wee competition over a .six- by Gene Easters. ron 109's powerful Beavers Other rcores were: L. E. Sher- vt. Operation, MiMtlnM
hole route. FIVE markers in the first swept both ends of the Men's rill, 75; Bob Davies, 'i7i; R. D. Lin- VF-22 >d.*...7, Sept, 11
vi. Facron Six, Stadium
At the end of the day's play, deman, 81; Bill Hart, 85; Dick
three frames proved enough for City League. NARTU. O It R, Muitln
participants will be served i ice the winners in the second tilt. The NATTCenter Marines, Clark, 74i; M. W. Baker, 87, and Ihir.d.jr, Sept IS '

cream in the golf shack. Easters again led the Reservesat tipping Hospital in the playoffs Larry Hurst, 80. Personnel v, CyG-17, Stadium

Sunday, Sept. 26 Is the date bat with a single, double captured the Commercial Top five finishers in this week's VP.3 vi. Fairon 109. MuMIn
Friday, Bp* 14VK44
for the start of the Station Junior and homer, good for six runs. League crown. tourney will represent AirLant in \II. Operations, Stadium
Championship Tourney. Atlantic Fleet play at Norfolk. Ho.pH1 vt. Fairon Six, MuMIn




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\ Eight JAX AIR NEWS 16 September, 1954

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ammlD: To Note Weekly SAFETY ZONE


.
Traffic ViolationsVia
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FOR RENT IS :

bdrm. house on Fisherman WK AND SKEETERS

Creek. $110 mo. Ph. 88-7133, or: : -- Box ScoreVarious BRlN r DISEASE'

ext. 8321, Ltdr. Durton. DESTROY THEM ALL-J
3 rm. cottage on river, $50 mo. commands based at the T0 BEAT EASE/4 I I1aehn
Ph. 112-8-8234<<, Klippstein. Naval Air Station will be able ? V J

2 bdrm. furn. home, $75 mo. 845 to keep track of their status in

Lane Ave. Ph. 8-1927, or 11264616 traffic violations by means of a

<< Jordan. weekly box score, 'which makes LETTERS TO THEEDITOR I

2 rm. furn. apt., $12 week. 412 its first appearahce' today;

Woodlawn. .Ph. 7-6084,: ,Bolin. The weekly figures' which will

3 rm. furn. apt., 3253 Dignan St. reflect the standings of commands,

Ph: 8-1760, Ballentlne. A, will represent, the number of violations -
"
Will share home with couple. 1514 computed against the av-

E. Monroe St. Ph.' 3-0302, erage strength of the command.
Qeorge. "For example, In today's box Dear Editor:

2 bdrm. unfurn. apt, '$76 mo 4407<< score, the first column 'presents As Commanding Officers of Organized -

Melrose St. Ph: 8-68"34. <<, Din- the number: of tickets Issued the Naval Reserve VP- 21

kins. : past week. The second, column and Fasron 725, NAS Glenview,
_
S rm.. furn. garage apt., $75 mo., j'I'"'' '1 represents the percentage of total Illinois, which performed their active .
couple. 2601 Park St. Ph. 8- 111 f tickets '4ssued for the"week. The duty for training cruise at

2770, Houston "QUEEN FOR A DAY"-.-Thatfs what Thelma Conner of NAS third column: ,lists the' violationsper 28
NAS Sax .from 15 to August
S rm. unfurn. apt., 2906 hero- Fiscal department felt like when fellow employees presented her 100 personnel strength, obtained '1954 -
wish to our
with an orchid, at commendation ceremonies, arranged to honorher we express
kee 'Ave. Ph.. 2-5326, Whitting- beneficial suggestion. She received a $100 check for'her sug by'dividing' the, number of appreciation for the cooperationand
ton. gestion. Left to right are ,Lcdr.; George Brickley, Fiscal officer; violations. ,by 'the'ntlmbei of hundreds helpfulness of our "hosts"

_ 2 bdrm. house, 6101 Hyram 'st., Mrs. Connor and Louise King: of "personnel. The fourth during. the cruise. VP-5 and Fas:
'
Wheeler. column, lists the accumulated to-
109 did job and went
ron a grand ,
4 ,rm. home $60 mo. 4425 Hiawatha Special Treat For I Variety Show Slated tal ,based on per 100 personnel out of their way time after timeto
.
strength. This total is arrived at
St. Ph. 88-8645, 'Mobl y.
smooth out the bumps for us.
8 rm. furn. apt., $19) Rosselle St. Beneficial Idea Monday At King HallA each. ,Week by totalling the.Weekly They deserve a "well done" for

:Ph. 8.2655, Rhodes. two-hour: Variety ',Show;, total percentage and! dividing it their generosity.The .

2 bdrm. unfurn. house, 1261 Wood featuring J Jacksonville, radio by' the number' of weeks.Ground recreational facilities at

ruff Ave. Ph. 2-6910, 3.1937 or Winner/ At SupplyA and TV talent, will be presented : rules governing{ the box the station are outstanding, and

5-8481.<< beneficial suggestion netted from the ,stage of King are to Include thi following vio- the officers and men of our units
1218 Hall at NATTCenter. l atlons l : ((1)) Reckless driving, ,
2 bdrm. furn. apt., $50 mo. not only a $100 award for Thelma Monday, thoroughly enjoyed their two-
Challen Ave. Ph. 2-0291, Hanks. I. Conner, of the Fiscal department Sept. 20.The passing school bus, obstructing weeks cruise at NAS Jax. When

8 rm. furn. apt., 8303 Collins Rd. but also a lovely orchid show, which will beginat traffic, improper parking, failureto the Midwest's January weather

Ph. 112-8-5871, Tyner. presented by fellow employees ata 2000, will include everythingin stop at stop sign, (speeding, rolls in, you can be sure we will
'
1 bdrm. furn. $65 mo. 2660 entertainment- faulty equipment, inattentive driv-
apt., commendation ceremony. the way of be reminiscing about our pleasant
Forbes St. Ph. 7-7847, Snow. Mrs. Conner devised an address. singers, dancers and comed ing, involved in accident and cruise at NAS Jax.

.' 2 bdrm. furn. apt., 2315 Park St. ograph ejector tunnel and stack ians. The show is free to _all other glaring, violations; ((2)) Comdr. W. C. Kidd,
Weekly figures to represent the
Ph. 7-8338, Holsomback. er box, which guides and catchessavings hands. commanding officer, VP-721
: 3 rm. furn. apt., 722 Lomax St. i number of violations computed
bonds and other mate Lcdr. R. N. McGuire,
against the strength of the command
Ph. 8-3867, Skipper. rial as it comes from the address. commanding officer, Fasron 725
HonorsTo ; ((3)) Only major separate
ograph machine. Formerly these PO
FOR SALE bonds had to be removed from the commands to be 'indicated; ((4)) not against the hospital; (6)) Each
home. GI Ph. Traffic violations caused" by dependents Infraction will be
2 bdrm. CBS fin. platen head by hand, or if the considered as
9-3460<< after 6 p.m., Paul. used HajduThis to be computed in thehusband's a specific violation and will thus
ejector was they were eject.
2 bdrm. CBS home. GI loan, low ed into a box or basket in a disorderly command; be computed: ; (7)) Only traffic
( fe the 45tfc in a Petty- Violations of to the
equity. 5217 Marlene Avenue. fashion and required considerable ((5)) patients violations occuring within
Hooks time to stack and al- Officer-of-the Week series at hospital will be computed against : government reservation NAS and

2 bdrm. house, FIIA loan 4862 I phabetize. the Naval Air Technical Training their originating command and Dewey Park) will be considered.
Center).
Catherine Ter., Griffen. Manufactured ofplexlglas,
2 bdrm. GI loan. 3157 W. 9th St. the new intention will save A three-year tour of duty in Traffic Violations Box Score
the Philippines and China washighlighted
Ph. 88-0989, Hernamson. many man-hour in accomplishing -

S bdrm. 2735 Bayview View Ave this type of work. ...... ., for Standings For Wt'f'k Sept %-9. Total n TIckets Issued!

Ph. 2-7897, Carnic om. In presenting the check, Lcdr. George Hajdu,
Command Tickets Pct, of Violations Per Accumulated
2 bdrm. CBS, FIIA loan. 5040 George R. Brickley, Fiscal offi- HM1, of the
issued Tickets Personnel Violations
Lexington Ave. Ph. 87-1241, cer, commended Mrs. Conner for '" Records Office Issuedl100

Gardner. her ingenuity and desire to improve
,
Equity; in 27 ft. house trailer. the efficiency of her particular F..A .. y. I at the Dispen- NAB Jax ...... .....10 I ::17 I .714 I .714
| sary, by the
Trailer Village ((7000
Bruce unit, and the division and
Main St.) Ph. 6-9344<<<<, Kohten. department as a whole. evacuation of Fleet AirDetachment !

I bdrm. home, 5741 Wilson Blvd. While other department employees 300 U. S. Ma- ;....9 :29.6! .228" .228
,; from
Ph. 2-8048, Millan. looked on, Louise W. W ,:'f.' ..
. I bdrm. home, 1504 Chaion Rd. King presented Mrs. Conner with \,' 7J'Tsingtao, N A T T C ........ $ 33.4: .180 .180''
China, in Oct. .
Ph., 8- 276, Almond. the orchid to climax the presen- '
5 bdrm. brick veneer, 2 baths. tation ceremony.: Hajdu of 1947Hajdu << Hospital............ 0) 0 o. 0

'1694 Geraldine Dr. Ph. 88-7739, T was stationed aboard the
Sikes. What Is Your FPQ2MOVIES LST 1141<< when the Communists NARTU ......0 0 0 I 0

S8 ft. 1951 house trailer. Azalea . overpowered Chiang Kal Shek's ''I, I _
Trailer Park, Lot 170. Ph. 523, Nationalists: and the Marines were r
Watson. evacuated from the China Station.
Early
|%, rm. house, compo furn.' 2403<< Joining the Navy ,in 1942, he
Forest St. Ph. 7-5994, Maddox.MISCELLANEOUS MAINSIDE was assigned to the ,96th Seabee 1 s (Continued from Page 1
'.. .. ... Thursday, Sept.. 16
Battalion and saw duty in the : sonnel whose enlistments are up
Johnny Guitar ....Sterling Hayden, I ak s
.. after February 1, 1955.
Joan Crawford
Ride wanted to NAS 0700 to 1530
from vicinity of St. Johns Ave. Friday, Sept. 17 SkipperContinued No, Deviations

and Herschell. 3935 St. Johns Every Girt Should BMarried' ( from Page 1 There has never been a direc-

Ave. Ph. 716, Etersque. Gary Grant .of training Portuguese Air Force i:: tive which provided for the early

Desire female rider to West Coast Betsy Drake personnel, and :Was subsequently : t discharge to meet college enroll
leaving Sept. 22: Ph. 9.<<438, ask Saturday, Sept. 18 honored for his work with a citation
ment dates. These requests have
Three Hours To
for Mrs. Lawton. (
from the Portuguese gov
Riders wanted from Doctor's Lake Kill ............_.,.....Dana Andrews, ernment.He r.. been made on an individual basis

Donna Reed < through the personnel offices here
and Orange Park to NAS 0700 also directed the history-

to 1530. 0 & R Shop 4242<< making 16,000 mile overseas cruiseof and chain-of-command channelsto

Green. NATTCENTEU Patrol Squadron 741, a unit the Bureau of Personnel, where
Found, set of keys in red plastic Thursday, Sept 16 (- -
of NARTU, in July. It markedthe
the requests have been'approved
key case in area of Chief's Man From Cairo .,...,.George Raft first time in the history of K ..
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taken an overseas cruise. ...
GIRL SCOUT TROOP 18 Joan, Crawford : Al-Nav 41 will also apply to
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Saturday, Sept 18 Tuesday this week Captain Fleet Reservists and Naval Reservists

TO MEET SEPT. 21 Every Girl ,Should Be Counihan was designated honorary but in lieu of date of
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Girl Scout Troop No. 18 will Married, _...Cary Grant Commander-in-Chief of 3 "'wy-" expiration of enlistment they

bold its first meeting on Tuesday, Betsy Drake The Florida Naval Air Militia, in p"4 Si may remain on active duty until

Sept. 21 at 1600 in Building 612, Tallahassee. ,,) ..,a,; AfPt r the expiration of the period for

Jason and Saratoga Streets. All HOSPITAL Under his guidance, NARTUJax QUEENLY POSE- Summer which ordered to such duty.

Girl Scouts who have completed Thursday, Sept. 1ft received an exeremely high seems to bring out the best In t was officially emphasizedthat

the requirements for second class Against All Flags ....Errol. Flynn, rating by the Chief of Naval Air us an observation well exem- all activities aboard this
rank are invited to attend. Maureen O'Hara Reserve Training at the last annual plified by voluptuous Helene station are abiding by the All-
Stanton. She is featured in
For further Information call Friday, Sept. IT military inspection and review .' Columbia flicker "Jungle Moon a Nav ruling, and that no devia-

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