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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 23, 1954
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL.-12 No. 26 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 23 September, 1954


Home ofn Commander Naval Air Bases. Sixth Naval District; Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville;_Fleet. Air Wing 11} Naval Air Technical Training! __Center_



Local Ministers More Credits




Survey Religious Due In Next


Activities Here


Chaplains of the Navel Air PO Exams .

Station and the Naval Air Technical -

Training Center were hosts
Career who
men compete
100 of M.I MMk
Tuesday to nearly pastors
the Jacksonville Ministerial Al- \S 1S ; S for advancement in rate next

liance who were given a complete t 55A February will get the advantage -

survey of Protestant religious of a new system of multiple

activities in the Navy, a computation.Credit .
tour of the Station and a luncheon. -
for the Good Conduct
.
'Ihegathering was the initial Medal will be increased from one

affair planned to establish a % to four points, and credits for

closer relationship between the years of service and service in

Navy and the community in religious u pay grade will be doubled.

matters. This means that many career

Recalls History "salts" who previously weren't

In a talk outlining the chang- t. Q? able to post high enough multi

ing attitudes of the Armed pies to get advancements may

Forces since the days when the have a better chance for pi'emotion ;

military constituted a small segment now. ,

of the nation's structure, t Dates announced for examina.

Lcdr. C. W. Ackley, senior Protestant tlons are Feb. 1 for advancement

chaplain, said that, "for to chief petty officer, Feb.. 7 for

the first time in our history the a't third class exams; Feb. 14 for,

military'" has come of age" as "_m'_ ,,-. .'_ '" ..._ second class, and Feb." 23 for

part of the national economy, interest TWO CARRIERS AT MAYPORT-When the escort carrier USS Siboney tied up beside the POI, rather than the usual fourth
and total ch ractcr." Today's USS Lake Champlain at Mayport\ last .Saturday, it marked the first time that two carriers had Tuesday of the month since that
said berthed in the basin at the same time. This aerial view shows the Siboney (left) moving Into is
he recognizes .
Navy, day a legal holiday.It
position, with the "Champ" already docked. The Siboney was here Just long enough to disem-
that the military alone is no bark aircraft for Jax O '& R. The Jax based "Champ" left Tuesday for a short cruise. is expected that more than
__ _____ _
longer the front line of defense, n 200,000 will participate.
but realizes that without the Can Use Privileges Again and AgainShort Exams will not be used t'hi'

Christian front no nation is secure I 'Comp'_ Tickets year for substantiating; purposes

however big its armed I I for Reserve personnel who wishto
Wait For FHA '
forces. Special To 2 DriversTwo enlist in the Regular Navy.

Attendance Up \ more courteous drivers BuPers Instruction 11304 Is be-

The work of the NAS chaplain, of ing revised, and a new systemof
were recipients complimentary -
centering in All Saints' Chapel, Loan Under Housing Act traffic tickets awarded on authorizing switch to the Reg-
was explained by Lt. M. A. Car- ulars will be established.

penter, who told the visitors that the spot by station police .
Personnel on active duty with more than two years service who
military personnel and their dependents M. C. Marable, Overhaul and Seek New Members For
need a- home will have a one to two months wait before they can

were urged to attend use the special FHA loan provision passed by Congress as part of Repair department and Master Girl Scouts, BrowniesAll
city churches and that a com-
the 1954 housing act. This much time is needed to get the programinto Sergeant L. E. Kozaln, of Ma- girls between the ages of
plete listing of newcomers, according -
.
to denomination, was operation.The rine Aviation Detachment, seven and fourteen who are interested

maintained and available to all new law provides that chaser informs the service to suspend NATTCenter were issued the in joining a Brownie or
personnel apply for Girl Scout troop have their mothers
military may
local
pastors. such payments.As complimentary ducats September -
The Chaplain said that attendance special FHA loans which will cov- or fathers come to the air I
14.
interpreted, military personnel Scout House, Jason and Saratoga
had doubled since Easter, indicating of 'or
er 95 percent an $18,000 the
use privilege
revitalizationof may again Issuing I of complimentary Streets, Building 612 on Thurs
a healthy smaller mortgage, but they must and again, so long as they are day, Sept 30, at 1000.
Christian faith among servicemen traffic citations to drivers who
feast not buying more than one houseat
have at five percent of the
and women such as Is any one time. By selling the shows acts of courtesy whiledriving For further information phone
price of the house, plus settlement extension 8150 or 8-6486.
entire today
"sweeping the country -
house when they transfer, and sus aboard the station, is .
." costs, to make the purchase. '
pending mortgage insurance payments part of the Security Depart- .

A lecture program based on CASH REQUIRED on an $18- I they make themselves eli ment's program to perpetuatesafe AF Pilot ToYF173
'
improving morale and easing 000 house will be $900 plus from gible to use the law again at
tensions through faith.and moral i their new station driving habits.
$100 to $500 for settlement, depending I ForYear's
character, carried out in the
on where the home is
NATTC schools, was explained

(Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5) bought. On a $12,000 home, cash DutyWith

required would be $600, plus set- d6
more than 700 hours of
tlement costs. Houses Costing
New Dependents jet flying time to his credit, ex-
more than $18,000 be
may pur- change pilot Air Force Captain

chased, but the buyer must pay Henry 1... Warren, reported last

Passes RequiredBy in cash the difference. week' to Fighter Squadron 173 for

INTEREST ON the mortgages ; e. a 12-monlhs tour of duty.
October 1 lie comes to Jacksonville from
which must be paid by military
the 83rd Fighter Interceptol'Squadron
Dependents are warned that buyers is 4% percent. An addi- at Paine Air Force Base,
they must have in their possess-
tional one-half of one percent is Everett, Wash
ion the new Military DependentsPass
paid by the buyer's branch of
by October 1. Capt. Warren, a 1914 West
the service It comes out of 'military -
Point graduate has.
The Security Department has piloted manyof
personnel pay and allow- the Air :Force's
announced that the Pass and Jet aircraftincluding
Identification office in Building ance funds. The payments are the F-86, F-89, F-94,

9 will be open at special hourson made automatically, until the pur- 1 and the F-80. He racked Up 100

three special days to allow dependents missions In Korea flying the
WEATHER OUTLOOK
enough time to comply ; ::: famed P-51 Mustang with the
with the directive. The ID office FridaY-Cloudy with showers. :i-I-- Fighter Squadron .

will be open from 0800-1200 Sat- Saturday-Clear and cooler. After he was familiarized with

urday Sept. 25 and from'1800 un- Sunday- Fair and continued VF-173's missions, Introduced to

til 2100 Sept. 29 and 30, in addi- mild. his fellow officers and checked out

__ ____. ____ __
tion to the normal daily hours, m m in one of the Jester's Cougar jets,
I
for issuing of passes. MDB Assessment Due EXCHANGE PILOTS-A few of the Mysteries the Jet Banshee Capt. Warren remarked, "I'm

Special gate passes, including I Attention Mutual Death Benefit cockpit are explained to Capt. Henry Warren (left), Air more than positive that I will enJoy <
those for military dependentsunder I Society members: Assessment Force pilot hue for a year's exchange duty, with Fighter Squadron my tour of duty with t h a

16 of age, will also No.. 38 is due and payable by lit. The capable instructor U Lt. Alan Wllhite. who is des Nary I like! what I han seen '>
years
II tined for a tour of duty with the Air Forte at Craig i Air F. ree "
be issued at the same times. Oct. 1. Base, Selma, Ala. far



Two JAX AlR IEW 23 September, 1954



Station Given Navy Wives Should Know Status I


Rftjiiuis1uDtlshed Credit In FilmThe Under Federal Social Security Act

.. -
Naval Air Station, with
How much do you, ax a Navy
ere., Thursday tot Navy and Marine acthltlei at Naval Air acknowledgment to Preventive Act.
nation. Jacksonville, Ill, wife, know about the benefits to
IUI, lck..nIU. Medicine Unit No. 1 and VC- According to the report, Com(b',
which entitled under the
Capt. John S. Thach ...,.. you are
Commandlni Officer
'? 62 will 1 be given credit line Harland had
a never held
Comdr. John D, I1I.1\.e" r, .eiutho OUku Federal Social Security Act? a job that
whet Air on a Public Health Service was covered by Social Security.
.d..uUh. It might be well to considerthe
Rear
Adm. John .
Capt. Rlcliai d O. Greene Perry -.... .......---. u\1d Commander ut Mall training film entitled "Organi case of Mrs. Rubje J. liar. However, his family was eligible
Heel Air Will ita.,.. zation for Mosquito Control.. land NAS Alameda Calif. for payments under the amended
rapt. Theodore natll .... _Commend" an
This information Social
Comdr, Funk D. Ue'er Qld> Surf OU1eer was conveyed widow, who learns 1 that she Ineligible Security law which allows

Ih..l Ali TNhlnl Tralla Mahe to the commanding officer for Social Security a credit of J160 wages for each
Comdr. WlllOn R. BII lieU. Commanding Officer (Acing) payments
NAS Jar, in a letter from month of military service between
Naval B.ltal/ in excess of $24,000, aa reported -
r.apt. Edward S. Lowe -. .._.- Commndlill Otae.r Theodore J. Bauer, medical of- the Alameda, station September 1940 and July 1955.
by
C.&lL .... ,. N'YotOD benU.orDctJ'C''omdr.
ficer-ln-charge of the Commun- These credits are the same for
MAKTO! newspaper, The Carrier.
L. F. PttfffnhagenL'oinur. .. ... ... ... .. .Commanding Officer (Acting) icable Disease Center, Public all military personnel iegaidle]
: U:, tray Strum Eucloitlve oincer Widowed when her husband,
Health Service, Atlanta, Ga. of military rank and pay
Comdr. Manford B. Harland
was
The JAX AIR NEWS ii published weekly at Lb. U. Naval Air Station.acksonlll Bauer commended Lcdr Kenneth MRS. IIARLAXD
/ lloi'da, and prlnt.d commercUlly wlU$ non-approprUled unda killed in a plane crash in Marchof revealed she
|to'o expeiiM In tbs government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35. L. Knight, former officer- would receive payments .
194,. Copies are Ulstilbotrd frr of chart at the' Naval Air St a.'WcNunl in-charge of the Unit and Lt. this year, Mrs. Harland received averaging
Air Technical Tialnlns Center, JII.\.1 Air Reserve Training Unit, and the in April the first of along about $129.80 a month.
V, S. Naval lloipliiil Joseph McWilliams, operations I When her
youngest
son, Brian
series of monthly checks
Editor-Andrew H. Planey officer of the Unit, and Lt. pay is 18 old the
AMlctant Editor-Helen Harper; {Sports Editor Cordon Robbie, J01: : Staff able under the Old-Ape and Sur years payments will
7tei>uil. 's-Jack Holmes, I'HI. UrcuUHion-DUlrlbullon- Paul, AO3.Fh William Bobek and Lt. Norman vivor's Insurance stop, but the family will have re-
JAX AIR NEWS U a member Of the Armed Fores Praa Sen'It*, Gearhart of VC2 who flew program. ceived payments totaling
AFW material appearing In thla publication may not be reprinted without ORDINARILY, Federal Social $24,287.
the written p iml*.!lon of Armed Force Press Sen'IP*. Republlcatlon\ of other photo jets over Daytona where She has two other sons, Gregory,
matter Editor: ,, JAX except AIR by NEWS.w.vice nubllcaUoni U prohibited without! (permission of the film was made last July. Security records are strictly confidential I 8, and Brent, 4.
but Mrs. Harland wished
Editorial of/Ires located Main Administration Building. Phone extension. The commendation referredto Navy wives are advised by MisHailand .
04.. 216 and 8164.Commanding. the "excellent istancerenderf'd" to release facts! about her benefits
u to get together in
so that other Navy wives groups
- -- -- -- --- to the Public Health and arrange for speakers from
.- Service. would know about their lights the Social
Security AdminUtiation
under the Federal Social SecurityCapt. -
Officer's MessageThe -- so that they may learn of
their rights and benefits. Social

personal safety of each civilian and military member of this Security field offices can furnish

Command is of primary concern to the Commanding Officer. This i information pamphlets and Indi-

concern does not end at the close of the regular mheduled work day, vidual advice.
.
but continues' around the clock. dEli

Your safety while on the job is pretty well under control. However Check Shipping BagsIf
'
your safety on the highway while you drive from and to workIs I9': Retiring Soon

another matter. During these periods you are virtually on your

own, although our highway traffic control) authorities have provided Regular Navy officers and enlisted -

many safeguards in the form of traffic lights and various traffic men who contemplate retiring -

signs.. Whenever a particularly dangerous traffic area is found, it or transferring to the

receives special attention. p< Fleet Reserve should contact\
their ]local shipping officer for
ONE OF TlIKhE PAItTlCULAKLr hazaidous aieas has developed k
l information concerning the mov
at our own Main Gate. Those of you who drive to work duringthe "', Y in of household effects.:

peak traffic hours of the morning are well aware of the traffic .
Only these men are authorized
congestion at that time. The system of traffic light. now in operation -
ship household goods to the city
was designed to control traffic on the highway moving both J ; of
..7Jf:: \ d7t their choice at government c\
south and north and that turning into the station. .
a .A pen e. However, shipment must

TilE DANGEIl; IJES IN SOME OF our people filing to heed i.& 4: : be made by one year from the

tills traffic light when they turn from .the highway Into the station : tk:, date of retirement or enteringthe ;
consider that turn left at this traffic signal ) t -
Many persons they may ( .( "., : Fleet Reserve.If .
}
when the amber caution light Is on. When they do this, however, I I 21.j;.,.. f.fii ',,:' .\ .' '. a permanent home has not

many times the traffic ahead of them has stopped so that they do t: ,,$... :f.;, _, ,:'.;.'... ., .',,'.". <"..0..."<.'......,'. been selected, the goods may be
not have room to clear the north-bound highway lane and are caughtin I stored.

a situation of extreme danger, or the position of their automobile I 1 CAPT. COUNIHAN DE- I ,
PAltl'S-Commandinr Officer
may block the emergency exit from the station. Counihan I of the Naval Air Reserve Train Rules

JN TilE PAST FEW DAI'S, the Commanding Officer has noted ing Unit, Capt. John L. Couni RepeatedFor
han, reads his orders detaching
.n increase In the number of cars blocking the north-bound highway I Departs NARTU ; I him as skipper of NARTU, during

and the emergency exit because of personnel driving through the ceremonies last Saturday Traffic BoxGround

umber caution light. As the result, a number of traffic tickets have Takes New PostWhile morning. Seated left to right
are: Congressman Charles rules governing the box
Bennett
However -
been issued. The necessity for this action is regretted. ,

the Security force is charged with the operation of these traffic 750> officers and men of hagen; Comdr., now acting Lawrence CO of Rteffen-NAR. score for weekly traffic violations -

lights and enforcement of regulations designed to safeguard personnel the Naval Air Reserve Training I! TU: Capt. Herbert McNalJy, is repeated for those who

cf this command and the general public. Unit, and its attached squadrons, I I i senior NAS Jax chaplain; missed their appearance in Itut
I Comdr. C. Gray Strum, execu week's edition.
In a situation of this kind the cooperation of all hand must be stood at attention at Hanger 113 live officer of the unit, and

obtained if the situation is to be controlled. You can help by insuring last Saturday morning, Capt. John. Cap Frederick Prlestman, (retired (1)) Reckless driving pacing
L. Counihan read his orders ) first commanding officer school bus, obstructing traffic,
the ear in which you are riding stops at the traffic signal when- detaching
of NARTU Jax. improper parking, failure to stopat
ever it is apparent that there is insufficient room to permit you to him from duty as NAR-
'II I-- stop sign, speeding, faulty
TU
clear the north-bound lane on Roosevelt Highway before the light Commanding officer ;
I
Is the outstanding Reserve UnitIn equipment, inattentive driving, 'involved
thanges. Comdr. Lawrence F, Steff n- '
this in accident and other
or any other country, glaring
Your whole-hesiled volunlaiy cooperation in observing extreme hagen then read orders assigning |
him to 'I I Captain CounihAn went on to violations; ((2) Weekly figures -
duty
as commanding
acting say.
'U lequested.
.antic* at this intersection earnestly to the number of
officer, Comdr. Steffenhsgen, |I Captain Counihan then praised represent
J. S. Thach, violations computed against the
U.S.N. Comratutdlnf. who reported from the office vii the men manning the
Capt
I squadronsand
of the command ((3
I strength ; >
Chief I ,
of
Naval Operations will i
.. the
.
. I men commanding them. Only major separate command
head
NARTU until October
-- when.
-
He aid, 'They are all outstand- to be indicated; ((4) Traffic Violations
Comdr Wilson R. Bartlett tht' ,
"
[}I I t I Weekend Tide Table new commanding officer, will ar-j j Ing. ._ be caused by dependents husband'lfeomn1and to
In the
computed
HIGH LOW rive. H. will then assume permanent -

:: @Sl R\"ICl\ S A.M. P.M. A.M. PM. duty as executive officer. 1: Info On AA AvailableFor ;

Fri, 5.55: 6:17: 11.57: ........ Cotndr. BArtlett U pl'flMatly I (5)) Violations of patients to

Slit 6:41: 7.00: 12:21: 12:41: acting comnuuidlng officer of information concerning Alcoholic hospital will be computed against

CATHOLIC 7.38 12:59 1:21: Anonymous, call extension their originating command and
Sun. 7:22: : : the Naval Air TN-h.k-rJ Training <8.Walden.
Sunday, M&58-0800, 0900, 1000- Center.In not against the hospital; ((6)) Each

St. Edward'i Chapel. infraction will be considered a*

Saturday-0800. Radar Tube With PowerThe his farewell address, Captain I ; 'How did you come to a specific violation and wiU thus
Counihan stressed the need
Daily-0830. Air Force now hag a huge, for ready, mobile and trained Reserves fall in!" be computed; (7) Only traffic

Sunday-0630-.Mass at Hospital : powerful electronic tube w h I c hproduces and reviewed the recordof I Pond: !"I didn't come to tall in, violations occuring within the
I came to ikate.' government reservation (NAS and
Chapel. I 4,000,000 watts ,of radar his command in Jacksonville. I
Dewey Park) will b. consideredJ ,
than 250 times
MORMON power more He emphasized that during his I

J930 Monday NATTC that developed in the radar that IS months in command, not one i Traffic

Chaplain's Otfice.CHRISTIAN beamed pulses to the moon in aviation accident nor injury by Violations Box, Score

SCIENCE1It00TuesdayMainside 1946.-(AFPS). aviation activity occured and Standings For Week Sept, .1e.. Total 69 Tickets Istntd
there were no Court Martials during

) Chapel l Engaged girl to boy friend: "I his tenure. Command Ttck.l.Issued I Tickets Pet.Issued of f Violations 100 Personnel Per I Atcumulat,4 VlolllloM _
Office on
ramp. didn't say the diamond was small, These squadrons are combat NARTU .. ..
IS
I
7.3
FROTESTANT090All I aid it made my hand look big." ready, they have carried the I ::1.00 I 5.00

Saints' Chapel. name ot the Naval Air Reserve NAS Jax .....-._..36 I 32,1 I 2.57 I 1.842

1100-All Saints' Chapel. Mama: "Our ton k doing very and Jacksonville to all parts of Fleet AirDetachment

0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. the U. S, to Instanbul And into __.16 I 23.1 I .57 {I. .:.742NATTC

(Note: Addresses of local Aunty: "How can you tell?" Europe, out to Panama and the __.. .10 I 14.:1: I
churches may be obtained by ce.llfrg -I Mama: "He's so sy with his West Indi.to- Mexico, and .208 I .194:

the Chaplain'i Office, 425)), father" even into Canada. NARTU Jax Hospital 2 I 3,0 I .100 I ..JOOpew



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23 r. 1954 JAX AIR NEWS. rna -_-__:-


Marines Open New A Vital Part of Naval Aviation Jax Symphony


'War', On Paper WorkThe Jet Rocket Age Is In Full Swing, Reveals Season's

Marine Corps hai begun i a ,

MW battle that of cutting But Don't Sell Prop Plane ShortDespite Concert SlateThe

down on administrative paper; .
work. all you read about ,,)'t,;'::" "w.< Jacksonville Symphony Association

this jet age with all its advances "',,' ." ,,- has announced its 1954

A special board, In reporting Its don't sell the pro ; '55 Season with five pairs of concerts .

findings, has had 70 of its recom peller driven airplane short l : : on llonday and Tuesday

mendatlons approved and will It's here to stay evenings to be presented in the

go into effect shortly. Great events have taken George Washington Auditorium.

place in aviation through the In addition to the one all orchestra -
Taking a crack at what it termed -
years. The sonic barrier has concert the other four '

"overguardlng", or an attitude been pierced, the stratosphere rt tSHE'S will feature outstanding guest ar-

of mind that causes a copy to deeply penetrated, and the jet tists. Opening the season on Oct.

be retained of every piece of paper and rocket age has. burst into 18, 19 will be Gina Bachauer,

work that passes through full bloom. ___..._..m...........__ m. nw _...__nm..mn ..nn..m_. .n.. Pianist, followed by Metropolitan
an office, the board questionedthese In spite of these advances, Soprano, Margaret II a r s haw ;
AD t
175 Skyralder
procedures by weighing the the propeller-driven airplanethe LOADED-Thb conclusively that Attack the prop Squadron plane is the "park- mule" Hugh Thompson, Operatic Baritone

protection i of the officer-in horse and buggy of aviation of proves'naval very aviation. Loaded, as it Is here, the Skyralder can deliver and World Famous Violinist,

charge against the cost of the still plays a vital part better than ',%0' pounds of ordnance to an enemy target. Isaac Stern.

government. in Naval aviation.UNTIL Ticket Sale
Season opens on
"Slavish attention to detail"was A JET IS develop. tlon, cannot stay over a target more ordnance to a target.
Monday, Sept. 27 at Symphony
also scored. Citing the cast ed that can carry three times tot very long'On the other 'TODAY'S JETS would have Headquarters, 216 W Beaver St.,

of a staff sergeant who submitted the payload it carries today band, a prop plane can go to make at least three tripsto telephone 53471. Orders for tickets .

and application for a certain land on half the runway, stay to the target area and circle a target to deliver the same may be left at the SymphonyDesk

school which he and h 11 i i airborne three times as long for hours if necessary until amount of firepower that a in Jacobs Jewelers. Price

company commander signed, yet and fly twice as slow, the like AD's can
needed. prop plane, our for the five concerts are (12.50,
was returned to be rewritten several Navy Will continue to need in ," Lcd r.
Tins ABILITY TO stay airborne deliver one trip 9.75, $7.25 and 175. A special
times for such reasons U propeller driven aircraft, wild
Nifong added. of is offered thi-
for long periods of time rate 4.00 again
that the words "staff sergeant" Lcdr. J. M. Nifong, command.
also makes these propeller Couple all theee talents together year for the use of students tin*
out the board said officer of Fleet Air Jack.aonyUle'1J .
were spelled ing ,
planes ideal for search: and and you have a. first- der twenty-five years of age.
there is no place in the Corp* Attack Squadron 175. .
and anti-submarine line weapon.
for this type of hyper-fault finding VA-175 is a typical Navy rescue,
nicknamed theDevil' warfare. When General Nathan B. 150 Due For
in administration.One prop squadron,
"The short ability of Forrest made his immortal observation
of the recommendations was Diplomats. A memberof runway

a correspondence course for offleers Carrier Air Group 17, the the prop plane is Important about how best to Kids' '

in the principles of admin squadron flys AD-4B and AD-6 to its use as a weapon too. It win wars "get than fusteat DayObservance
from with the moatest" he meant I
istratlon, office management and Skyralders."One means that it can operate
work simplification. of the most important tint airstrips hastily built forced marches and plenty of

close to the front lines-places mules and horses. If he had
engine
4 advantages a single
.
The Naval Air Station will b*
plane has over a single where there is neither time said it today he would most

New TerminationDate prop engine jet," continued Lcdr nor room to build the lengthy likely have been speaking about host for the second year to 150
children from Jacksonville's homes
Nifong, "is in supporting front runways needed for jets," de* squadrons with propellerdriven

For line ground forces. A jet, because dared Lcdr. Nifong. In addition aircraft like Attack Squad and orphanages who will spend
TrainingFor
all annualKids'
day Saturday enjoying;
of its fast fuel consump- a prop plane can deliver ron 175.THNK.
Day, sponsored by tho

Disabled Vets; Jacksonville Kiwanls Club.

I / YOU POSSESS About 50 Kiwanians, including

has The announced Veterans that Administration anew law, Top Marks Bring LETTERS? TO iH| /INVENTIVE/ GENIUS/ ? Robert Thai, chairman of theeids'

{ Day event, will arrive with
signed by the President on Aug Honors To Four EDITORDear NOW, HERE THIS! the youngsters.

20, 1954, extends the date for A list of 200 technical prob-
Shows, tours, games and lunchin
completion of training for cel'lalndisabled lems, affecting national defense
the Civilian Cafeteria, which
veterans, under Public Center Students which it hopes private
will be open for the occasion,
Law 16, from July 25, 1956 to 4 Industry and inventive civilianscan
Three Naval Air Technical make up the program. The show
July 25, 1960. Editor: solve, has just been released -
.
will be presented in the cafeteria
Center students captured
extension of time applies Training 5 by the Department of
This It was noted in the Aug. by Jack Dew, specialist in
who honorman awards last week Commerce.The .
only to disabled veterans 1054 Issue of Jax Air News that such entertainment, of Sealtest
have been prevented from enter- by virtue of high scholastic standings listing, compiled by the
Dairies.
the "Flying Cavaliers" of Fighter
ing or, having entered, from com in their respective schools National Inventors Council, Department
the deadline Squadron 22 atated that 122- of Commerce with Another sure-fire hit will b*
training by
pleting
Marine Pfc. Donald L. Schaadt
date of July 25, 1956, by reason 000 rounds of ammunition was the aid of the three military the demonstration planned by the
of Cellna Ohio l led the graduating Fire which
services, can be obtained without Navy Department,
of one of the following conditions: 30,000 rounds more than any oth-
claas at Aviation Electrician'sMate will give the kids a chance to
charge by writing to the
The veteran (1)) had not attained,
retained regained medical feas School with an average of er squadron has ever totaled. In council i at Washington 25, ring in a fire alarm (by mockup I

ability for training because of 81.79. 20.5 days in March and April of D. C. ), and see how real fires are

mental or physical condition; (2)]) lie is now assigned to Instruc this year Fighter Squadron 103 The military services obviously quickly brought .under control.

had been delayed in clearance of tor'. Training School at Airman fired ovtr 122,000 rounds, how have their eyes trainedon .

Army records to provide the type< Preparatory School at the Center ever, we modestly claim only 120 the Arctic as many of their What isr Your FPQ?

of discharge for basic eligibility From Slatington, Pa., Pfc. Rog. I 000 rounds. problems concern operations,
into drinking water in unlimited
for vocational rehabilitation trainIng er W. Lorah had an average of clothing and transportation in
of this I
Personnel
squadron economically
quantities, -
; or (3) had not e.tabUahedthe 90.55/ to top a class of 110 at extreme cold weather. A substitute
correction of the
would appreciate will be welcomed with open
existence of a compensable Airman School. He Sj! now at. for wolverine fur for
erroneous statement made by the aims, and the cervices also
incurred in Aviation Electronics cold weather garments is urgently
disability or aggravated tending "
"Flying Cavaliers. need some simple device which
by military service School at Memphis. needed. Anyone with '
will telltale tracks left
C.. E. Dorri remove
ideas on how to convert snow
Charles Starnes, AKAX, graduated -
In the snow by men and v.<
VF-32 Pilot Rescued with honor frai Aviation hides.

Eleetrl Iaa'. Mate School, .
After Ocean CrashThe Class A. lie Is a nailre of
Two VA Insurance
.
Worthington, Indiana.A
Navy, with several assists -
performed another quick recent honor student at Aviation Plans AvailablePersonnel

rescue of a pilot downed at sea Electricians Mate School, are reminded that

Tuesday. Class A, was Robert DeLoach. ,
two VA insurance plans a r a
Ltd (jg) James Brown, pilot AEAN, a native of Jacksonville.
who attended Andrew available for the Navy man
from Fighter Squadron 32, DeLoach, k
Jackson High School, Jacksonville leaving the service, dependingon
based at NAS Cecil Field, was
fished out of the Atlantic a Junior College, and the University the type of discharge.One .

mile from Brunswick, Ga., bya of Florida,. was previously is term insurance, which
attached to Air Development cannot be converted to a permanent
helicopter from NAF Glynco,
Squadron One at Key West. He plan, but which may
Ga., and taken to the hospital
also spent three years at NARTUJax be renewed every five years.
just 30 minutes after he crash
attached to VS-741. The veteran must apply for
ed. He was treated for minor
this within 120 days after separation
injuries. lie has been assigned to Fasron -

Flying a Cougar jet, pilot Six, for further transfer to or discharge.
VA-175 at NAS Jax. Veterans with service -connected
Brown's raft was sighted bya

Delta Airlines pilot, out of disability may get a
special form of GI life insurance .
Jax bound for Cincinnati, who New Airliner For NavyA
on either term or per..
notified Brunswick Air Traffic
new 106passenger.R7V2 air. manent plans such as 20 or
Control who in turn, called
liner, the world's fastest propel. .. ,_.,N_ 30 payment life, ordinary life*,
A search blimp
Navy immediately Glynco. dispatchedand ler-driven transport plane, has MEDALS AWARDED-Four NATTCenter men were presented and if not totally disabled, on

was been disclosed by the Navy. This awards for meritorious service by Comdr. Wilson Bartlett, acting the endowment plans Application .
the pilot and his raft was aircraft is powered by turbine- commanding officer of NATTC, last Thursday Left to right must be made within OM

located. The blimp radioed for I propeller engines generally similar are Comdr. Bartlett; James hedge Jr., ATI, Good Conduct; liar year from the date the VA d*.
helicopter, which made the old Sanford, AMI, Good Conduct; James MtCall, BM2 Good Con. termlnes the
but with turning pro. veteran's disability
to Jets, -
dust; Charles Mann AKI, Good Conduct, and William Willsey,
rescue. pellers. AE1: Navy Occupation. is serviceconnected.ePle .

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Ii VP3Faetu.VR-175.VPS.VA-0SVF72Report Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons I I I



YP-s -,

C. D. Bryan, A01, and Jim t satisfactorily completed a courseof Jiles, ADAN; Martin Fisher, AM3, I

Boroff, AOAN, were TAD to VX-1 instruction in the electronics all from Fasron 109: William ILWashaliski

in Boca Chica for a week during division of FaetuLant, Detachment ADAN; Ezra W.

recent exercises Due to Hurricane 2: Kenneth L. Bays, AT2; Fen- :
Blank, Jr., AN; Billie C. Edwards,
Edna left ton A. Hodge, AT2; Keith D. ,
operations were
i
ADAN Charles R. McLendon
; ,
t pending until Friday. Followingthe Laube, AL3; Marshall W. Davert,

loading of the mines Friday ATS; Clarence Parker, Jr., AT3; ADAN; Harold L. McCullough,

night in Boca Chica they returned James L. Custer, ATAN; JamesA. ADAN; Richard D. McConneU, J,

to Jax.Recent Mollenhour, AT3, and StephenJ. AN, all from Fasron 9 at Cecil
August, Jr., ATAN.. '
additions to Patrol
Field, and William G; Leathers,
VP-3 include II. N. Requests for quotas can 'be
Squadron } made local commands calling AD2, from Fasron 103 at Patux- ,
f by by -,
Twlss, ATAN; G. L. Hinkle,
extension 8155 ent River I
for electronics
ATAN; W. A Clugston, AL1, and '
W. N. Fall, ATAN. These per- courses, or extension 376 for The squadron Is preparing to !
electrical '
maintenance
sonnel Reported aboard from courses. deploy to Argentia, for five months
Details on various courses avail I
NATTC Memphis. Also reportingwas -
able and for the past few weeks VP-5
listed in
ComAlr
are Lant
,H. B. Rogers, Jr., from NAS !
f Bainbridge, Md. instruction 1540.1A, or can be obtained has resembled a bee-hive prepar- LONG TIME WITH VA-175

Leaving for separation this by calling extensions mentioned ing for the deployment. The survival -Attack Squadron's four "old Four 'Old Timers' I
above. timers" give a squadron AU-6
week is J. J. Harrison AT2. been
department has ,excep-
careful check. The
Skyraider a
I
Another VP-3 first was recorded VA-175 tionally busy issuing survival and lour men (left to right) Orville Total 25 Years '

recently as the Huskies got Jones, AOC; William Talley, 'I
their first look at the Iceland Next Friday, the Devil's Diplo cold weather gear to all hands. ADC; Larry Robert, AMI, andS.

Cruise book. It is the opinion of mats of VA-175 will start their S SI E. LaFarge, ADI, have com- With V A175Four
first Vehicle \..AAC..- .,. bined total of more than 26
Safety
Contest
the squadron that this is the years unbroken service with enlisted I
have
A grand prize of ten dollars The Blackbirds of VA-15 extend men to-
first individual cruise book ever the Devil's Diplomats of VA-
is offered to the squadron participant their, congratulations to two mem- 175. gether totaled more than a
produced by a patrol squadron.
Although a few costly fumbles who can submit the best bers of the squadron. George quarter-century of service with

made first answers to an examination on Burck, PNSN, who is the proud displayed their new AD-6 aircraftto Attack Squadron 175.
were during the half,
the VP-3 hustlers Florida automobile traffic laws father of a baby boy born last cadets in the Naval aviation The oldtlmers are Orville D.

pigskin snap- and regulations. week, and to Ensign and Mrs. Jones, .AOC; William P. Talley, I
ped back strong during the last program.
half Contest forms will be distributed Glenn R. Petty who recently tied ADC; 8. E. 'LaFarge, AD1, and !
of a bout with VC-62 to cop I *
24 the "knot. Larry A. Roberts, AMI. They I
on Friday, Sept a full
A 12-4 win in the loop's
opener. VF-12
week in advance of the date have been members of VA175for :
I on On TAD orders to IFTU of
which all applications' must be I Fasron Six is Lt. (Jg) Roy K. Under the capable supeivision 6%, 5, 6and 8 years, l"e- i

FAETU DET. 2 returned completed. The forms I Varenhorst. Transfered were Lt. of Chief Burge, an evening was spectively. '

The following students have may be obtained' from Chief Davie, (Jg) James .E. Newton, to CAG-4 planned to perfection when all "THESE UNUSUALLY long I
staff tours of duty with the 'Devil'sDiplomats'
and Bruce G. Brackett
,
hands were present at the Lake-
VF-5 PN2, to separation. Lt. (jg) New- have developed the ,

Several new men reported ton will be Air Group officer, shore American Legion Hall Sept. quartet into Important key men. j

aboard to VP-5 this past week, while Brackett plans to continue 10. At that time the Flying Uban- Jones Is our expert on ordnance,

prior to the squadron's annual de his studies at Bowdotn College. gis of VF-12 gathered for a party.A LaFarge is our best man on engines -

ployment. Those reporting aboard Blackbird pilots, Comdr. William buffet dinner was served and Roberts Is the man with'

SALTY HUMOR FROM were: J. D. Hall, AN; George T. F. Krantz, skipper of VA- the "chow hounds" of the squadron the most know-how about hydraulics

HERE AND THEREIn Sluka, AN; Frank P. Thurman, 45, Lt. (jg) Schaub and Ensign gained their notoriety, and we would be lost without

AM2; Richard R. Glenn, AN; Ken Larry Severance flew Talley, the squadron's maintenance -
these days of low-cut gowns, to Pensa- The dinner was followed by'
.
tight-fitting waists and sheer neth T. :Miller, AN; Joseph N. I cola's Correy, Field where they dancing. M. Nifong.chiefdeclares, VA-175's commanding Lcdr.J. -.

stockings, it takes a lot of will officer.

power. to look a woman in thee'e. VP-5 Crew Returns Thinner But Wiser"If IT'S NOT BEEN all work and I I

no play for the oldtlmers though :
,
they have hit almost all of the

Girl: "Don't you trust your boyfriend they had told us a month good, and not so good, liberty

?" ago that we could survive in survival, evasion, escape, POW snares, and fishing gear to sup ports of the world during their

Another Girl: "I feel about as the wilderness with but mea- camp organization and the latest plement our scanty emergency rations lengthy tours with the squadron.

safe as an alligator walking ger supplies, we would have known enemy interrogation meth- ," one of the crewmen re- "Our best liberty was when we

through a handbag factory." never thought it possible." ods.The ported. visited Spain with the first U. P.
big test came when the Instructors assumed the role of
That is the consensus of a 12- units to enter the country for
Two men were talking in awaiting man crew from Patrol SquadronFive VP-5 crew joined 31 Air Force enemy patrols during the field 15 years," said Jones.
while to combat crews for a stay in the program. Ironically only VP-5's
room waiting
who returned from the Strategic All four of the oldtimers rate
the doctor. Plumas National Forest In California. contingent avofded capture dur-
eee Air Command Survival VA-175 tops, and would like to
"The doctor is a very famous School at Stead Air Force Base, For nine days the men ing the test. The VP-5 men emerged stay with the squadron for the

golfer," said one. "He's famous Reno, Nevada. simulated actual, conditions that from their ordeal a little thin remainder of their Navy careers

for his long drives." th
"I'm more interested In his to "ditch" or bail out over enemy and a lot wiser Jn survival
The first four days for the VP5 territory. knowhow."We Fact Sheets Set
putts, replied the other. "I want .
men, who reportedly lost an .
were able to
him to open a boil. survive,
average of 15 pounds each, was "Our equipment consisted onlyof thanks to the excellent prepara At Voting TimeThe

spent in absorbing demonstrationsand the barest survival essentials, tory training," the Patrol Squadron
Interviewer: "Tell me, sir, do '
you write on different levels?" lectures on every phase of but we did have sling shots, traps, crew echoed.Plambeck. services are making every

possible effort to give personnel
Author: "Ah, sure, upstairs, In
and
dependents an opportunity to

the hou!:e.basement" all over the r----r' '1J w.rwr ____ Twins vote in the November elections.

Pamphlets, charts and other

Puzzle"Who's literature giving Information -
complete
Boss (dictating): "In answer to Proving
on howto vote by mall
your'letter-pardon me, Miss Lilly who?"
'
have been issued to
all commands,
but what is the period for?" i riN That question follows
Fighter .
together with ample stocks of federal
Stenographer: "That marks five Squadron 44's Plambeck twinsever'Where
post card applications, Form
1)'c1ock-everything after that is
they go. 76, which is used by every state
overtime. Born in April 1931 in Chicago, except Florida which has Its own

111., Ronald and Donald Plambeck form.

Wife: "I can't sleep." look so much alike it's a Won-
Laws govemin absentee voting
Husband: "What did you have der that they don't forget whichis ;
differ with state, so it is
to eat before you came to bed?" which. every
Important that personnel who
Wife: A glass of milk." "Even dad gets confused since
wish
to
vote check
procedures.
Husband: "That explains it. we are home so little now," said
This should be done immediately,
The milk changed to cheese,
Ron.It as many states require that
applications
cheese to fat, fat to sugar, and wan Don that related the
be in sometime priorto
sugar to alcohol-you've got a most embarrassing 1 mix- election date.

hangover." up though. "Ron was returning .
This fall voters will elect a new
home
from an errand' when
fiancee House of Representatives and
As an exercise in spelling the my spotted him," he more than
a third of the Senate.
teacher had her pupils spell reported "Thinking he WM me,

words backwards-one boy chose she ran up and kissed him be- Lakes, Ron and Don saw dutyat

radar. fore he even had a chance to NATTCenter, Jacksonville, and

say hello." lion's reaction Memphis, Tenn., and NAS, Ana-
"
"WHO'S WHO? -Fighter Squadron 44's twins share every "I M-k-e-d Itr: costia.

Joan: "My husband is the only thing they own, even their' prize possession, a 26-foot speedboat Before enlisting in the

man who ever kissed me" Ronald (left) and Donald Plambeck, AT3's, look so much alike that the brothers owned and Navy, They reported to the VF-44

Mary: "Are you bragging or their' friends, sweetheart, and sometimes' relatives never Inowwbe's television repair business.operateda Hornets last March. Both are
complaining?" Aviation Electronics Techniciansthird
vho. = s After boot
training at I
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But,. They Were Determined;
Two From VA-4S


A' Lot Of Red Tape, Hectic Waiting, But Cupid. Finally.. {Won OutAfter Cop 'E' Awards ,
--
I a 4,500-mile trip by air, Two Fleet Air Jacksonville
a $482 plane ticket, opposition made for Priscilla to join Mal nally on August 14, 1952, the eymoon in Tangiers was the best pilots only nine months out
thaner.It married in Tom and Priscilla could do at the
by French authorities, a four- couple was Tangiersat of flight training were
months wait while legal papers was four months later that a Spanish Franciscan Monas- time then back to Port {.yau awarded Individual Navy "E'a"

flew back and forth across the Priscilla boarded a plane at Rockford tary, following arrangementsmade tey for duty. this week for their accuracyin
Atlantic, and the help of a Navy and after many hours of by the American Embassy.ALL That was two years ago. The glide bombing.
Chaplain cupid finally won out. 'flight including changes at Chi PAPERS pertinent to the Malthaners now have a 16monthold Both pilots, Ensign DonaldC.
Thomas J. and Priscilla Ann 'cago, New York, Lisbon, Madrid, marriage had to be translated In- daughter, Cynthia, who no Hughes and Ensign DonaldC.
Malthaner went through as hec- nad Casablanca, she finally arriv- to French, insistance of authorities doubt will some day hear the interesting Tulloch, are members of At

tic an experience as any young ed at Lyautey.More before the ceremony story of how her mom tack Squadron 45.
couple ever had before they trouble. 'They had plan could be performed. A short hon and dad were married. In addition to the Navy

could 'get married. ned to marry at the naval base ----- ----- _n_____ "E's", each of the "Blackbird"
:Malthaner, 'an' ADS, presently at Port Lyautey, but French authorities marksmen received a congratu- .
attached' to Patrol Squadron said definitely "non." Not latory letter from their Commanding -

Three, met Priscilla on Christ- only did the authorities object, Officer, Comdr. Wil-
mas Day 1947 at an ice skating but they also insisted on two liam F. Krantz.

rink in. his home town of Rockford ceremonies and a 30-day weddingban. Ensign Hughes is a gradu-

Ill. Their courtship bloomed, ate of Auburn University and
but being rather young at the BY THIS TIME the couplewas halls from Birmingham, Ala.
time they agreed to postpone I at their wit's end. Then they Tulloch calls Ogdensburg, N.
marriage. Malthaner then Joinedthe took their troubles to the Navy. Y, home. He attended Buckncll
Navy in January 1951. The The Navy Chaplain flew twice to University.
idea of marriage was still strong Tangiers in their behalf and fi-

and the couple wanted to get a
NAVY WIVES CAN
married right away, but Tom was Assignment Use
on his way for assignment to MAKE EXTRA DOUGHLast

Port Lyautey, French ){orocro. For Navy DiversTo -# week's announcement of
The parents thought the couple temporary employment availableat
should wait until it was known Furchgott's department store
what living conditions would be Be TightenedA was meant to include Navy wives

like in Port Lyautey before they plan to tighten up on the only. Navy wives with sales ex- .
would marry. assignment and use of Navy div- perience can apply at the per-
MALTIIANTSR: LEFT for overseas ers and diving equipment on vessels sonnel department of the store.Hell's .
aboard a Navy transport on in the operating forces has I
Nov. 16, 1951. Once established been issued by the Deputy CNO "
with Fasron ,104 at Port Lyautey, for Fleet Operations and Readi: Archers'With
Malihaner started proper legal ness.

action on his future marriage.Four Deep-sea and salvage diving NATO In
months of legal work 4 ,
paper
equipment and an allowance of a t
I flew back and .forth across the
deep-sea and salvage divers will Med Operations
I Atlantic. Finally that was be authorized only for rescue, salvage N"'_'_', ,." ._
straightened out, and plans were and repair ships. Diving THEY WOULDN'T BE STOPPED Months of waiting, French USS Coral Sea (CVAU'lah)
gear is now assigned to all classes opposition, a 4,300 mile air trip, :plus many other obstacles had to the U. S. Sixth Fleet in the )Mediterranean -
be overcome before Thomas and Priscilla Malthaner could be Attack
of combatant ships larger than Squadron'slOt
married back In 1952, at Fort Lyautey, French Morocco. Cynthia, '
destroyer type. However, deepseaor 16 months old, held by her father, was born at an Air Force. Hospital "Hell's Archers, while ope-
salvage diving operations, in at Casablanca.Opportunities. rating with the U. S. Sixth Fleet
'YOURFIRE most cases, are conducted by the forces in the Mediterranean played
latter three types. Plentiful a vital and outstanding role
In a recent NATO operation designed -
The new program was formulated -
tot: ((1)) Insure a more ef ,You May Be Cheating Yourself Of An to test the effectivenessof
the offensive and defensive
I fective use of divers and diving
As 'announced in last week's equipment ((2)) Provide more Education Says I & E Chief Avera might of members of the North
column, Fire Prevention Week efficient maintenance of diving Atlantic Treaty Organization in
will be observed throughout the and Afford better Education is everywhere! the Eastern Mediterranean.
gear, ((3)) op- themselves in not taking advantage -
nation Oct. 3 through Oct. 9. portunities for requalification of The gentleman who makes of' the many educational op The individual effort of pilots,

We are hoping all personnelhere divers by assigning diving equipment that statement is probably as portunities Available in the Navy, plane captains, and mechanics
at NAS Jax will buy at leasta and personnel to the three qualified as anyone in the military ]. the self-educated chief avers. alike, welded the squadron into
year's supply. specific types of vessels. service when it' comes one powerful striking unit that
The most important item we to discussing education. reflected the determination of the
have to offer in this respect is He is Fred Avera, ADC, in NATO countries and the free .
ordinary common sense but thisis What is Your FPQ? charge of the Naval Air Station world to meet and repel ogres

sometimes aside for the sakeof Information and Education office. sion wherever it may occur. .

convenience of an individual.The Avera has this advice for young Under Blinulatcd wartime con

following is a list of the men in the service, "Whether you ditions, maintenance personnel
things that cause most home fires. have decided to make the Navy a worked late Into the night,
They could very easily be listedas career or not, it is for you to decide sometime using flashlights! for
The Big Six. upon a goal, then follow I Illumination, to injure a maxi-
1. Careless smoking and hand through. First make up your mum effort for the following
ling of matches. The cause of mind what you want-then stick day's. striken.
nearly one-third of all home with it." :
At the completion of the six-
fire*. CHIEF AVEKA'S advice is well- day exercise the pilots in their
2. Defective or overheated founded. He has finished a three- AD Skyraiders had flown 120
stoves and furnaces. This
year extension course, by correspondence sorties and compiled 500 hours
auses about 25% of all fires. in American Law and I la the air. An individual flight
3. Misuse of -Improper -
electricity Procedure with La Salle Exten time record for the squadron was
fuses, overloading circuits S I sion University of Chicago. He set by Lt. J. M. Hazelwood, who
not keeping appliances In passed his exams with high marks flew 35 hours during the. periodof
proper working order. This i and received his LL.B.. degree. He I the operation.
Causes nearly 15% of all fires.
is now enrolled in another courseon A hearty "well-done" was Issued -
4. Kitchen hazards (leaving law, via correspondence, from Chief Avera to all participants in the
potholders, fat and other easy the same school, with an eye to operation by Vice Admiral Combs,
burning things near open unattended practicing law in California. He Commander Sixth Fleet, and Rear
a burners). This causes will take his bar exam in the NAVY WIVESCORNER Admiral E. A. Cruise, Commander
nearly 10% of all fircH. spring of 1956.'ETEnAN. Carrier Division Six. Admiral

5. Improper use of flammable A \ OF 18 AND one- Cruise's flagship is the Coral Sea.
liquids (dry cleaning and M MAfPS half years of Naval service, Avera Attack Squadron 101, commanded -
storing). Tills causes nearly has been studying to improve The meetings are still bubblingwith by Comdr. D. H. "Red Dog"
last minute
7% of all fires. himself for many years. With the enthusiastic Johnson, is home-based at NAR
6. Improper storage of trash s many home study extension plans for the Convention. Com- Cecil Field.
I mittees have been picked, and ...
and rubbish.! This causes near courses available today, a Navy -- ---
ly 5% of all fires. man with ambition and who may next week's meeting will be the Girls 12-78 Can Join;
last before the convention.The .
There you have them Just lack a high school or college edu- Buffett and Square Dance' Local Swim ClubThe
six causes but they're respon- cation, can do it inexpensively,
last Saturday was a success. American Junior Red Cross
sible for nine out of every ten says the chief.
home fires. This Is a good timeto !UP Phofn! .' -- He points out that the NAS The club conducted a Not New Girls' Swimming Club will open
Shop collection last week at the its season Oct. 2 at 0900 at the
point out that home fires are Jax Information and Education (I
MISS AMERICA 1955 Fairest Officers' Housing and from now Indoor Pool, Building 614.
the worst kind. Every day they & E) office has available many
of them all is lovely Lee on, there will be a collection every The club welcomes girls be-
kill more people than any other kinds of home study courses.
Ann Merlwether, shown herein other month. The date will be an- tween 12 and 18. Training will
type fire. the final parade of the "Miss Many servicemen are cheating
Put in your order now for one America" contest at Atlantic nounced in advance, if possible.The be offered in rythmlc and ballet
year's supply of fire prevention.It City, N. J. The 19-year-old bru- Tired old night club patron: next collection at the En- swimming and diving. Further in-
nette, who bore the title Miss "Nobody knows the bubbles I've listed Housing on the station will formation can be obtained 'by
will cost nothing and tare
yon
the
California during: pageant,
be on Sept. 28. phoning extension 8150.
!een"
you plenty. measures 34> !2235.

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I TIME OUT Round Robin SPORTS .FROMYESTERYEAR


Golf Tourney
With i Gordon Robbio
Another In a weekly future

On display for all to see at Nears FinaleThings that bring to life per.

the N A S Administration formances on the Naval Air

Building: is the National Skeet 'I were back to normalin Station sports scene from
< the National League despite a dusty issues of the Jax Air
Five Man Team Championship .
.
,;!, \ lag in American League activityas News
trophy.A .
play was resumed in the NAB
traveling trophy, the three- Sax Round-Robin Golf Tourney.The TEX TEARS AGO TODAYA
and-a-half foot beauty shall rest Nerves Barnes- their no-hit game tossed by Al
I Icy Help Phil notched first
here until its fate is decided a win by whitewashing the Red- Thade of TTS featured play
Another in the NATTCenter enlisted
hence. trophy 11.
year
legs, 3-0, then dropped a 2.1 decision -
being held permanently.The to the Braves Win No. men's softball tournament,
AirLant Golf CrownEd while in the officer'
lax Navy Five-Man Skeet Cop i Two for the Braves was registered tourney,
the strong Brigade team
Team won the prized piece of in the form of a 2:1 victoryover up-

gold and silver by>> eopplng the Barnes, showing an uncanny putting touch and the Cards. set Ordnance to win the playoff -

rhamplonithlp at the National amazing accuracy with a nine-iron, posted a two-over par 290 The Dodgers also topped the .

To.raey la Waterford, Ml tu to capture the ComAir Lant Golf Tournament Friday at theN Kedlegs, :24--Ji, knocking Jim FIVE YEARS AGO TODAY

Rear Admiral John Perry, Commander course.. Rente's crew into the cellar Jax Navy dropped a ..2 ver

Fleet Air Jacksonville, The VA-45 linkster, memberof The Giants strengthened their dict to Police Department in
hold on first place with 3-0 the final round of the Duval
presented the awards to Chief the Jax Navy varsity squad a
Gunner Francis Smith at an impressive win over the Cardinals and a County Softball Tournament at
and holder of the Ancient City
Lackwanna Park.It .
ceremony preceding lastweek'oS split with the Dodgers, rouad-
personnel inspection Admiral golf crown, set a tourney recordat Ing out National League play. was announced that the

Perry was introduced by the station links with an open- I All golfers participating in this All-Navy football game will be

Capt. John S. Thach, NAS commanding ng day 48. tourney are asked to keep close: played Dec. 17 at the Los

officer. Barnes played the 6,593-yard, tabs with the golf aback, ext. Angeles Coliseum.

8157, as to the remainder of the
A prize bit of information on par 72 course like he. owned It. .
the Jax Navy Skeet team is a I k4$ schedule. Poor tournouts have
He recorded 73 after
a closing been
little-known fact that, outside of I 687573. marring play to date. TraFac Defends
posting
One week remains in this novel
one man, the combined averageof I
I Second place went to Dick Divers tournament before
league cham-
I
clay bird shooting experience Title In NATTC
U five years. ( of Fasron 108, Brunswick, pions are crowned. National and

Mal n e. Representing ComFalr American League winners will tie.
Bill Arthur claims only seven Quonset, he edged Comdr. Frank in the NAS Jax World Series, Football LeagueDefending
years experience while Ken Pen- in sudden-death
leyer a playoff. i NATIONAL LlAGirr.: :
dergras has half-a-dozen years. league,champion Tra-
Remains Calm i Testy W. J,. Ptt.
Joe Hayman has been competingfive Clams .11<4 "4 ,9 W4Bratei Fac opened the NATTCenter touch
One stroke in front at the 18th < 7 S .583!
seasons with Gunner Smith Dodger 6 6 :.300 football circuit against Personnel
thC baby with only two years.Titus tee, Barnes uncorked a 285-yard : Cardinals ......5 7 .417 yesterday afternoon. Result/
drive-down the middle. He landed h1lllm S 7 .417
Harris Is the only man Itedlegs! 3't' 8'4 .298 were not available
18 feet from the hole as his xi Mo
who had shot akeet prior to line-iron second shot hit the edgeof .. 1 AMERICAN LKAtil'K: In other opening day action,

coming aboard the station. It'sa the 100 Teas W. L. JM. AE-A School met Special Services
green, yards away, ''. tlli 2"4 .820:
vast understatement to say and rolled on the smooth carpet. Senators .... 6 4 .b4 s) MAD tackled AK-A School
the boys caught o. early "0 the Red Sox 3 4 .556 and NAWS School faced AO-A
Calmly] sizing up the situation, Tigers 4'i e% .428
tricks of the trade Inillans 4 6 :.400 School.
Barnes sunk his putt for a birdie White Sox 4 7 ,3b4
three. Meanwhile, his closest pur- -SHDefensive Play will be' held :Mondays and

We absorbed more about skeet surers were having trouble. 9 Wednesdays in the nine team loop.
In one day last week than wecould've Games NATTCenter grid rules call for
Heyer shanked his second shot
learned in a lifetime. nine-man teams, using two flags
Thought you'd be Interested In off to the right, pitched in 30-\) r Mark Mainside per man. '
yards to the and
green two-putted
that the pigeons come
knowing _..._._ 10 Keg Team
-- ------ -
for a bogey five. Divers! landedto
of the spring-loaded trap,
out the right of the green in a AIRLANT LINKS CHAMP Football OpenersThe Monday's card; AE-A vs. AO-A;
released manually, at 80-90 mph.
his second shot Touring the NAS layout witha TraFac vs. AK-A; Special ServIces
trap on chippedto
For the overly curious: Only 72-hole total of 290, Ed
tenor of vs. Personnel, and NAWft
opening
within 15 feet and missed his Barnes, youthful golfing star games
two members of the team wear try for a par. captured the ComAirLanCchampionship augurs well for the 1951Mainside vs. AN-P-School.

cotton ear plugs while firing. last week touch football leagueas Firing has already started ia

In four tournaments to date, Rfopl'Mf'Dt111..t Barnes, who set the station the fledgling circuit got the 10-team intramural bowling
The tourney record of 68 in the first
trio started the final round
the Fliers have cracked 2,950 out with round, along with Comdr.I underway Monday with 15 league. Volleyball teams begin
of 3,000 birds. Caught 495 out Barnes holding a one-stroke Frank Heyer, will lead AirLant teams entered in the quest play Oct. 5.

of 500 in the Florida and Georgia advantage. Fourth and fifth places In. Atlantic Fleet play Sept. 28 for championship honors.For School
736x750 in the went to Bill Foulk of Fasron 109,. at Camp Lejeune, N. C. MAD AO-A and Special
Opens, hit the second straight season, Services the field after
pace initial -
205 and Dick Clark FA
Southeastern and notched l,224x- WTU-. VC-62 kicked off the opening tilt.
Golf bowling action, with AE-A
Lant West 306. Enlisted Wives Plan
Key ,
.
1,250 in the Nationals.The Unable to muster a consistent and NAWS Schools in hot
pursuit
National trophy take its The top five will represent Corn- Meeting: Friday, Oct. 1 scoring threat, the Composite KEG STANDINGS"

place beside two other top Air Lant in Fleet competition at The Enlisted :Men's Wives golf Squadron dropped a 12-4 decision Teas W, !>.

skeet awards. Tfce Forest City Little Creek. Four of the five top group will conduct its first meet- to VP-3. AO-A MAD School.. 4 4 .0 9

Opea title, copped la 1951'a.d finishers were from ComFair Jax.Par ing of the 1954-55: season Friday, Supply, 1953 league doormat, 1aJ& Serv. ........... 4 e

the twiee-woB East Coast Service 0t ....... MS 4M '44-M Oct. 1, at the station golf shack. and VF-44 fell to the same TD NAWS School: .........r.3 3 1 1
Dana O.t .... 44S 444 14* MDiTcrtl AK-B
aiioet. The meeting will be held after famine as VC-62. The clubs struggled School ... 1 3
0a433 4W UCUH"N' AK-A School 1 3
to a scoreless tie on the Personnel ............
0.t .... 841 444 144-W finish of golf play, at approximately e 4
SHORT PUNTS! The Main- 1100. Women Mustin Field turf. If all the touch Aa13 School ........ 6 4
can bring 0 4
bide bowling lanes, fresh froma Par !. ...,. .... 441 S44 S-SC lunch or purchase it at the foun. downs tallied opening day were .
thorough resurfacing and paint 6.raca !. W4 444 S-I7-11-1S tain. For more con- strung end to end, you couldn't
Information,
job, are in 4.0 condition for the Diver! !. ..... BIS 134 W- "'$-7' tact Mrs. cover a button hole.
Serer I* ...... 44S "7 S4J-414S-7I Casey Maze. ;
start of intramural competitionnext Sloppy play, leading to a pairof r--Qu

week. fumbles, brought all of VC-

Enjoyed the company of track- 62's points on two safeties in the

men Jerry Hargis and Larry first half. Shortly before the half

White at the recent Jax Football ended, "Tex" Evans scooted 35 (tar Armed FOTCH Pr' ,*, S.nre )

Clinic. Rehashed a bit of cross yards through left end to reach QUESTIONS

country talk, a forgotten sportin pay dirt.Several. 1. In what football game did

these parts. key plays were produced Lou Groza boot seven straight

On the service football front; in the game by VP-3 center conversions?

Morgan State 33, Ft. Meade OJ; Jim Boroff, with the Arst-string 2. What does the baseball expression -

Little Creek 14, Camp Lejeune 6j; varsity last year. The Huskies "p u 111 n g the string"

Parris Island 46, Charleston AFB again took to the overland route mean?

0; Tyndall AFB 21, Warner-Rob- early in the second half to tally 3. What Texas college won a

bins 6; Great Lakes] 14, Camp the final scorer.A football game by a score of 111

Carson 7; UCLA 63, San Diego goal-line stand by VF-44 with to 0 in 1951

Navy 0, and Quantico 27, Xaviere. three minutes to go in the con- ANSWERS

test stopped cold a touchdowndrive 1. Against the Philadelphia

After whipping the Stetson by Supply. Spearheaded by Eagles] on Oct. 19, IMS. Cleve-

Hatters! in a game-type iwrim- Jimmie Hammers, the Storekeepers land Brown won 497.

mare, Pensaeola Navy took a ate up 38-yards on a thrust 2. It is applied to a pitcher'

27-0 drubbing from the 'Canesof stopped on the one-yard stripe. change of pace delivery where he

Miami Lcdr. Ted Crosby, Special Services throws a slower pitch than 1* normal .
S officer, and Frank McCaf- although with his natural
REDEDICATION-Comdr. John D. BUtch (right), NAS ex-
With the crystal ball; Quantico frey, Intramural Director, gave motion.
ecutive officer, .relates some bowling know-how prior to rolling
Marines East Coast service football the first ball 01 the 1954-55 season at the Mainside lanes in BuildIng final instructions to officials priortd 3. Paul Quinn College of Waco. ,

champions Look to Ken- Three. Looking on are (left to right, Don Greenwalt ADAN game time. Along with the Texas, scored 17 touchdowns and

tucky to tip Mississippi and Iowa Lcdr. Ted Crosby, Special Services officer; Lcdr. Jay Mate and caliber of play, officiating also made nine conversion to run up
to upend Michigan Slate in Saturday Earl Blackstock, A03. Greenwalt and Blackstock are attendantsat showed for the 111
promise point
new pea against Mary Allen
renovated
the newly alleys. The lanes are open daily from 1300
games. to 2130. son. College of Crockett, Texan.r .





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Boesch Bests AFPS SPORTS


Wilson In City [ k Roundup


Tennis MeetLeon : SERVICK(h .r..ect TutilHJuilTM'

Wilson, Jax Navy ace, k Chick Donaldson is the leading
I c.
found the going a bit rough in ( : \\ candidate for center on the West .

the City Tennia Tournament, drop- Virginia football team. Odd thing

ping a 5-7, 6-3, 6-3 decision to I t41 'S about this is that Chick couldn't
Ben Boesch in the final round play high school football becausehe

Sunday at Boone Park. 1Yi1 weighed only 1 118 pound

Wilaon then joined hands with Now, after a hitch in the Navy,

Boesch, former Miami net king, he weighs V beefy 217-and in

and downed Larnerd Munoz and .4 rarin' to go Don Penza, cap
1.
Andrew Ziebe in the men's doubles tain of Notre Dame's football

1 finals, 6-3, 6-3. Wilson and warriors last year, is now stationed -

the Ormond at Quantico, Va North
Boesch already own
Beach Invitational title.: jjR j'( western University halfback Bob

Wilson Falters ii McKeher has been Inducted into

Down 2-5: in the first set of the Army.

the men's singles final, Wilson I The Ft. Belvolr' Va., Engineers
their 54 grid schedule
won five games in a row to win open
I Fort Jackson, S. C., Oct.
the set, 75. ,The Fasron 109 ace I -,-, against
ahead in the second set, 2. Coaching the Engineers this
forged NATIONAL AWARD TO JAX NAVY-Rear Admiral John Perry (third from right, upper is Maurice "Mush" Dubof-
2-1, but his sharp opponent came photo), Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, is shown presenting National Championship trophy to year
back with four straight games. the lax Navy skeeh team at ceremonies" preceding personnel inspection last week. Left to right, sky, one-time Georgetown University -
Wilson' held'service to pull to Bill Arthur, AOC, AO School, team captain; Chief Gunner Francis Smith, AO School, offlcer-ln- grid ace.
6-3 but Boesch held his een'eto charge; Capt. John S. Thath, NAS commanding officer; Rear Admiral Perry; Titus Harris, ATX, The Dodgers may beta the Mar-
VP-3, and Joe layman, AEI, AE School. A floseup of the prized trophy is shown in the photo ket for catcher next"Huon. Roy
a
win the set, 6-3, evening the' below. A traveling trophy, it was taken this year from the Camp Lejeune Marines. Missing\ from
match. Wilson again went in the the photo is Ken Pendergras, No. 1 man. Cnmpanella is having trouble withan
--- Injured hand and Al "Rube"
lead in the final set, 21.
Breaking Bocsch's lead, he hiked Wave Cagers Walker has been recently reclassified -
the score to 3-1, Boesch ralliedto Junior Golf 1-A by his local draft board.

take five successive games, Plan Rugged The Pittsburgh Pirates beat Ft.
the pet 'and the City tennis champion Meade, Md., 6-0 in a recent exhibition -

.hip. Title Won By content Ft. Dlx, N.
HT.r
Fasron 109 Ace i' 30-Tilt SlateThe J., won the First Army baseball

Wilson enjoyed success in the tempo haa Increased'on, the crown for the sixth straight YeAr,
mixed doubles division Teamed downing Ft. Monmouth, N. J.,
Duo Jax Navy Waves basketball scene'
with Mrs. :Maxine Davis, the Fas- Heyer 4-0, in the finals.
I with three practice sessions card
ion 109 racquet-wielder coppedthe I ed weekly at the NATTCenter }',.t. Man In Kltman, sports columnist -

crown outlasting Mis. Virginia The kids took over at the" sta. gym, Building :513. Opening tilt for the Ft. Dix Pimt, i -

Landis and Lai nerd Munoz, | tion golf course Sunday for the > I is a month away. ports that there were 12 major

6-3, 63.Nan'y. :, annual Junior-Senior Tournament Any Waves or Women Marines league scouts "ejelng" the First

Loop, La ndon High I The most successful to *, wishing to compete' for a spot on Army tourney Ft. lt, Va.,
School student, defeated Jean date, 27 duos turned" out for the the osier: are invited to report won the Second Army baseball

Woodberry, 6-0 6-2, for the women's II one-day event.In to the gym at 1900 any Monday, tournament,

singles crown. the top flight Jr.-Sr divIsion x Wednesday or Friday. Girls should AI l.ary, a right-handed hurler,

for boys over 12, Bobby bring their own suits and shoe1) has recently returned from\ Army
1
Ilcyer showed he's learned a few' New Vanity, Squad duly In Korea to join the Chicago
I
I tricks from his golfing dad. Teamed Practices are being held under Cubs mound staff. Lary attended

; with father, Frank, the 13- the watchful eye of Lt. (Jg) Matt the University of Alabama

year-old posted 41-46-87 for first Knrilich, head coach, and! assistants where he played both baseball

place. I II Jack Lucovsky and Will and football.

I Second place went to Lany Gentry. ODDS AM) ENDS
First Of 1954 A team Is being formed from World Series underway at
Dixon and son, Pat, with rounds Ace gets
i lof 48-50-98. I both Mainside and NATTCenterunits. the Polo Grounds in New York
(Personnel are invited to twit NAS Links j It is expected that a club 29. Rob
'Made At Sept. Starting pitchers:
In Junior-Junior for
the. USO Sert>icemm'* Club at 37 I play boys of championship caliber will be Lemon (Indians) vs Sal Maglta
under 12, first position went to..t The first hole-in-one of the '
W. Monroe St. The Air Conditioned [ culled, as a result (Giants). This will be probably
Club i.t open from 0930 to II Lou Brozo and son, with a 9-hok 1954 season was recorded at the A 30-game schedule I is tenta- your only chance to see a barber
score of 43. Milt and Ronnie
t310 daily.) j' station course last week by tively planned for the newest addition try his darndest to shave a lemon.
Hurst finished second with 46. ,
Thursday, September 23 8:00:
The Father Daughter event Comdr. J, T. Morris of Fasron to the Jax Navy varsity Should Gene Conley of the Milwaukee h
P.M. Open House. I -
I ranks according to coach Kurllich. -
Friday, September 24- 6.30: P. was snared by the team of Comdr. I 855. He. made the ace on the- City League competition, due return to Braves professional quit baseball basketball and

M. Cafe Italiano, Spaghetti Sup Roland Hastreiter and daughter, short 222-yard seventh hole, us- to start. in December, will form with the Boston
Celtics
Ask
+
per. 8:00: ,P.M. To be announced. Pattie, with 48. I ing" a Three wood. the bulk of the schedule. the Dodgers for the six-foot-
Saturday, September 2510:00A.M. : Paul Edwards joined with Bob
Wheaton to notch Pee-Wee hone eight righthanded pitcher has
Open House all day. 8:00:

P.M. Record Hop. I Sri in a six-hole event II Week's Slate In NAS Grid LoopNine I whipped twice with the shutouts.Bums five times -

Sunday, September 26-10:00: A. Following play, all contestants
M, Dunking Round Table, free were given prizes and refresh- games are carded for CVG-1T Madr.vi. OAR.Sept.Stadium.17 Pity the play-by-play announcerat
coffee and donuts. 8:00: P.M. Mories. nents. The gifts were presentedy the NAS touch football circuit Tuesday Sept. XS the University of North Caro-
next week. Two VP3 v. Personnel Stadium. lina this football
II Capt. Theodore Dahl. games today VF-44 vi VO 2. MuftlnUrdaMdiy season. The Tar-
Station and a pair tomorrow round Sfpl. XI heel roster includes such tongue-
Monday, September 27 Ping The Junior Champion.hip VP-18 Vi. NARIiJ. Sudlura.
out this week's action. HoiplUil twisters as Sta\nlUkl, Marcinko,
Pong instruction with Frank Tourney, previously an- vi. Supply. Mustin.

Puskas. Skating at Skateland, re- jounced for this Sunday, will be Personnel Thiri4r.' *.i. CVC.-17.6 pt. it'dhm'. VF-22 \i.Iharadar Operation, Krpt.Stadium.S* Muschainp, Boyette, Marcopulon,
duced VP-3 vi Fanron 109. MuiUn. CVG-17 vii, Vairon 109 Mustin.o and Klochak.
rates. I geld over the Christmas holidays.
Friday, s.pt. 14 Friday. .. 1
Tuesday, September 28 Game VF-44 va Ourratlons Stadium. VF-44 v. NARTU. Stadium.I Michigan State grid fans ate
Night. I What is Your FPQ? I Hospital vi. lairon Six, Mvmln VP-3 v.. Fatron Six! Muctin.tloa going to miss Biggie Munn. In the ...

Wednesday, September 29 -, /seven year that Munn coachedthe

NATTCenter Serenaders. Spartans, 15 players made


Cathedral Parish in St. Augustine ''I Mixed Duos Vie For City Links Title I moved All-American at State.up When to director teams.Stockton Munn of athletic Collegein h a *

invites all servicemen and .
their families to visit its "Ice.men' The first annual I City California opens its 54 grid
be determined until after Sat- badge are la the mall. elate, Amos Alonio Stagg the
Club. The club Is locatedat Mixed Two-Ball Golf Tourney
I urday's final qualifying rounds. They mutt be presented to Ute Connie Mack of college football
the Lyceum, two and ehalf> is making its initial lunge for I
; First round play will be all starter at each" course to be starts his 65th consecutive season ,
blocks
south of the Post Office the spotlight in qualifying '
: next week at Hyde Park. Second played and also at the main on the gridiron. Stagg i i.e only
on St. George St. I rounds this week at the Hyde
I round is set for Sunday, Oct. 3, gate at NAS, Oct. J. ninety-two.
Each Saturday the club 10 open I Park links. .
at 1930. There is a free snack'I At last report, 40 teams had at the station gteensward. Among those entered from the I

bar and dancing from 2030. posted a starting fee Several late I Third .and fourth rounds will station links are: Lt. and Mrs. I Attention, Golfers!

I arrivals were expected to swell be Oct. 4-9 at Brentwood. Finals George Ayers, Lcdr. Lou Brozo Weekend, golfers are remindedthat

Members that number by tonight's closing ''In each flight are slated Sunday, and Mrs. A. B. Conner, Miss Francis on Sunday, Oct. 3, the first
cl Armed Fet'celand
the a'' deadline. Oct. 10 at Beauclerc Country Owen and Comdr Frank tee at the station links will be
their families are extended '
special rate up to Dec. 20 at the I Judging by /scores pouted by' Club. Heyer. closed from 0900 to 1200, and

Cadillac Hotel, Miami Beach. The many teams the competition.' "The main idea of holding sucha Others are Fred Mann, Timu- 'the tenth from 1030 to 1430 due

special rates are $1.50 per person should be torrid when first round tournament," according to Son quana and Mrs. Joy Culvei house, I I'I to the City Two-Ball tourney
play is held Sept. 27-Oct. 2. One : ny Miller of the tourney committee ex-Alabama state women's champion 'I held that dale.
to a room. There are free
team has recorded a best ball 69 "is to promote more interestin competing from NAS; Ro- It is expected that 150
movies, bingo parties, watermelon participants -
parties, water shows, gift while still another turned in a 78. golf here. Not merely conductIng land Grant, Hyde Park, and Mrs. will be touring -the NAS

nights' moonlight swim parties, I; There will be approximately it primarily" M a championship : Casey Mace, NAS, and Ray Ken course, many for the first time.Let's .

And dancing nightly Renervatlons ivr* flight .f 18 player' lineups affair. nedy, NAS and :Mrs. Roy Agard show courtesy to our guest

can be made. vf varioo flight will not Contestants' Uonttflca- San Jo,. by observing! the closed houri.I .



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I ron RENT .1il.., I, ; 'Ii, '."lfl, ,, :f. r.. Thursday, Sept 23

Turn, rooms, apts. 702 hogan'St i t ; '; Monkey Business ........Cary Grant,
{ ; .;ill 1 J : ,rt I :I.: : Monroe:
Ginger Roger
Marilyn
Vail Ph. 46346. ;
:
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.Jf, ;. J 2 i
l III "" 'ltc:1 Friday, Sept
2 furn. (2 814 Mur l: 1 '
$
rm; apt., mo. 1 :':. ", &if .
.. ;, tear Window ......James Stewart,
Dr. Ph. 2.6383 Collins.
ray '( :: '
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":' 'lv1li." : Mj I Grace Kelly
Share home with widow. 852 St. 1 ,' ''I. .... ,.,: ," 'I.*
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,
; ." 'rtt: .t'1J ;n' ",' 7J .. ..... Saturday, Sept. :25:
'A'
11'' .
Clair St. Ph. 8-3992 Breese. .... .... '
,JII!'" ,...... -r.: f"'l W/' '>'if. The Jazz Singer ....Danny Thomas,

,5 rm. furn. home, $65. mo. Ph. 2- ..*' ,," ':-i' ','\ i t" j' :: Peggy Lee T ,r
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3164 Grace. ,
:lij iff 1-" '"
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,4. 'rm. furn. apt., $65 mo. 2980 =IT., ''' r",, '. ; ', .,;" ., ': !,', .' ; ". I NATTCENTER

Coral Ct. Pl}. 2-5015, Medeiros. ) \ ; I ,; ,J' :' ;"" : r' 1 Thursday, Sept. 25

Furn. gar. apt;; $10 wk. 4249 ;Me- ; -\\'l.l'';' Dial M for :Murder' ...Ray Milland,

Gifts Blvd. Fh 2-6142, SImpson ; ., I Grace Kelly, Robert Cummings

"' J, .. Friday, Sept 24
:
1 bdrm. apt. 3672 Boone Park : Monkey Business ..:...Cary Grant,

Ave.' Ph: '2-J398, Wethlngton. ,Ma'rilynM6nroe: Ginger Rogers

2 bdrm. furn. apt., 1218 Challen Saturday, Sept. 25 '

St. Ph. 2.0291 Hanks. Rear Window ......James Stewart,
TOYLAND OPENS Work Is..fun for Roby Stewart, Sill, "Are you sure this island isn't
5 rm. dplx. apt., unfurn. 3531 (left) and Leonard Lempke of the Navy Exchange when it means Grace Kelly inhabited?"

Cypress St. Ph. 2.9516, Cadora. readying Santa Claus items, prior to the opening of Toyland, _

Will share home with couple. 2654 which tossed out the welcome mat last week. Shelves and counters HOSPITAL PO Honors

Myra St. Ph. 7-6643, Cain. are ,filled with everything': imaginable for youngsters 'of all Thursday, Sept. 23 To
Space has even been arranged for parents to hide purchases
ages. :
2 rm. furn. apt, 1511 Bard St. until the holidays. Toyland is located in Building 954,_Malnside." ._ Rogue Cop ............Robeit Taylor, 3'Man

Ph. .8-2407, Sturgeon. Janet. Leigh Galley

2 bdim. Jurn. apt., 528 ClintonDr. May Seem Early Earth ReallyRo'undvers Friday, Sept. 24 (This is the 46th 4n a Petty-

., Orange Park. .Ph. 112-8- Dial M for Murder ....Ray Mtllahd, O/ficer-of'the-Week series at the,

: 4702, Davis. Test Pilot; Grace, Kelly, Robert Cummings Naval Air Technical l Training Cen

3 bdrnl. furn. apt., 1504 River But Toyland MaJ. Arthur Murray, the Air Saturday, Sept. 25: ter.)

Blvd. Ph. 112-8 M61 Business ....: Grant
Page. Force pilot'who climbed a req- Monkey .Cary .
., John, BrouilAlette -
,2 rm. ,eff. apt., $50 mo. 3873 Her- Attracts Visitors ord-breaking height in a Bell Marilyn, Monroe, Ginger Rogers .

schell St. Ph. 87-1587, Cay. X-1A rocket- powered experimental <', Jr., CS2,

,3 rm. furn. apt., $50 mo. 2739 Even though ,the kiddies may { plane, says that from Navy To Get 1-6 is ,a fishing enthusiast

Green St: Ph. 7-4150, Buchanan.. not yet be thinking of Christmas 17 miles up the earth really ) canpook

: 2 nUt furn: apt. 385 Crystal St. I looks round.
,
and Santa Claus, parents: who are Of Huge AmountOf 1, ; j 'em an
Ph. Miller
7-5391
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He observed that trees turn '
well as catch
always faced with supplying Just
: 5 rm., gar. apt., fu 'n. 2601 Park olive '
drab and
dry grass looks
St. Ph. 8-2770, Houston. the right gifts and toys must like bright straw from that Housing Money 'em., A cook at,;

8 rm. furn. apt. 2811 Iroquois St. always; be prepared. altitude. AFPS Galley III,
-( ).
The will one-sixth of
Ph. 8-0937, Richardson. Located topside of Building 954:: Navy get Broulllette Broullette has

2 bdrm. furn.; gar.. apt. 848 Man- directly across 'the. street from the $75 million voted by Congressfor been "dishing it up" for over a

,I yeas Ave. Ph. 112-8-4551, Sam- the Malnside; Exchange, ToylandIs government family housing, ,year and a half at NATTCenter..
it was disclosed by defense officials -
ples. amply stocked with items to He enlisted in the Navy in June
who outlined tentative
6 rm. unfuin. apt., $75 mo. 1783 please and thrill every youngster a division 1946, served at NAF Litchfield
of the .
Danwert St. Ph. 2.5913, Besse. In the family. ... money appropriated.The Park, Arizona, at NOB Kwaja-

S i-rm. apts. '{6 0-12 Shelby St. I For the tots there are rocking present allocations are far lein and aboard the USS ARD 29
from final, however and it
may
Ph. 2-8863, Dieter. chairs, table and chair sets, toy :before coming here
be that will be made
1 bdnn. furn. apt. 2660 Forbes St. phones, hobby horses, cars, racers they on a I 4 .
first-come first-served basis
instead
l'h. 7-7847, Snow and tractors of all sizes, fire engines "Don't you get tired hearing

4 rm. furn. house, 2820 Harvard. and cars to ride of, the present arrangementof yourself talk?"
big enough II
"
half fdr the Air Force
,' a thirdto
St. Ph. 88-8645, Mobley In, cuddle toys, and baby dplla.a the Army 'and a sixth to the 'I1eav ns, no, I never: listen."
:
t rm. turn apt. Ph. 8-1760, Bal-
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lentine. Navy and Marine Corps.

Small boys will go for the guns Slashed from the $300 million SAFETYBox
4 rm. furn. apt. 2636 Myra St Ph. :.r:
7-8516, Cowart. and holster sets, rifles, trailer program originally requested, the

truck sets, a dump truck with, $75 million appropriated can Score
5 bdrm. unfurn. apt. 3624 lIer-
hydraulic lift, remote controlled cover only "critical" projects.
schell St. Schroder. Disabling Injuries Through
cars, scooters, and miniature golf When the entire
: housing picture
f rm. turn apt., $75 mo. 2509 Tuesday, Sept 21
Forbes St. Ph. 7-4738, George. clubs. went to Congress, it contained This Month. 1
Those a little older will enjoy : projects in order of priority. Congress
6151 Transylvania
S bdrm. unfurn. bung. This Year 12
erector sets with electric motor, t .aka approved the high priority
2-8340
Ave. Ph. or 2- > .i 'zk Days Since Last
baseballs bat and projects.
foot-
gloves,
5224, McMillan. Lost-Time Accident 7
balls tool kits and However, Congress has writtenin
chemistry
t bdrm. unfurn. apt., $70 mo. 4407 GIRGABOAMSEPT.
sets blackboards and many restrictions, including -
Melrose Ave. Ph. 8-6834, Din- microscope requirements -
Idns. desks, and paint sets that adequate privateor SAFETY SLOGAN

r a public rental housing was not "Alert TodayAlive
.r'r
available and the Wherry housing Tomorrow"Remember
Toyland will also
FOR SAI.Jt : carry wrapping
could but be built to fill the this slogan-It
bdtm. CBS home. GI Loan, low papers, tree decorations and '
need. means .
\ equity. 5217 Marlene Ave. lights, other Christmas decora- r money.Local
Defense has issued
Hooks. tions and cards: About November a directiveto

I bdrm. home, 4540 Wateroak Ln 1, gifts for adults will be carry out these directions, but
the Budget Bureau must
Schield. on display at all the release
Ph. 2-8949, Exchanges, :
rm
the and the services
must
S bdrm. CBS, GI equity. 5215 Including :plenty of standard items still money come in with their (Continued from Page 1)
projectsand
Alpha St. Ph. 87-1586, Otvos. and special purchases Just for I
NEW TROPICAL WEAR bids to be let. So it is unlikely by Lt. Gordon Griffin and Lt.
27 ft. house trailer, 3, Yukon the holiday shopper .
space
A change to the, Navy's uniform except in year-round build- (jg) Paul S. Pieper of the Chaplain's
Trailer Park, Darley Space has been made available regulations prescribes this Office.
Ing areas, that any family hous
41 ft. 1954 Magnolia Trailer. 2964 new alternate uniform
at Toyland for parents to hide tropical
ing will be ready before summeror The group was welcomed by
for officers and CFOs who
Gilmore St. Ph. 81318Vach- are
their
until
before
purchases just
serving in hot duty stations., fall of 1956. Comdr. John D. BlitcH, execu
ten Christmas, and since some items The new uniform- consideredto tive officer NAS Jax, on behalf

aMISCELLANEOUS have already "sold out," it is be cool and practical-will be She: tJt says here that only the of Capt. John Thach, commanding

wise to make selections early., open-neck, short-sleeve shirt male cricket can chirp." officer; and Comdr. Wilson
1 or 2 riders to Norfolk. Iv. Oct with collar insignia, long trousers -
1, 1200. Ph. 8445, Rose. Remember, there are only six shoes, socks, and cap cover Husband: "Gad, what a setup 'II'I R. Bartlett, acting commanding
more paydays until Christmas/ to match, either white or khaki. !" officer of NATTCenter.
Driving to Chicago Oct. 4, return -

2 wks. later. Ph. 87-1653, -

Riders Renter wanted to Pensacola, Iv r-Twom Flf: Men Out-Expert The Experts In Solving Problem I I I


Sept. 27, 0700. Ph. 2-9864, .
Two Fighter, Squadron: J2. men costly ,repairs. And, more i important and George L. Duval, aviation men's findings. Each connectionwas

Scharle. solved in .less than two, months the lives of many jet pilots electrician's mate second class, checked' an4 double-checked.
with
Venetla Terrace parents I
\ Any an electronics problem that has were ,at stake. : started an investigation of their Finally the experts announced
children who will
kindergarten
\ had scientists, engineers, technicians own. their verdlot. The findings of
form car pool contact Mrs. Desi and maintenance officers Such was the situation when a Pendelton and Duval were cor

i singer, 6226 Pennant Dr., W. stumped for over five years. VF-12 deployed to GuantanamoBay Probing deep into the Banshee's rect. A wiring discrepancy of the

1 The problem? What causes the Cuba, late last spring. Dur- innards, through a maze of wires, !yaw dampner had been causing
Many coeds use a pill to get rid
landing gear of, an ,F2H-2 Banshee ing1 May; two Flying' Ubangi pilots switches, solenoids,and electronics the gear failure
of a headache and vice versa."Don't .
jet fighter to sometimes fold suffered' landing gear accidents connections, the two Navy electricians I In an appropriate ceremony at

I after a pilot makes a touchdown m their Banshee aircraft.. came up with what, they NAS .Cecil Field both Pendelton

: the revenue officeryou've or landing? Another like accident occured believed was causing the acci and Duval two sailors who
,
"
killed haunt ?
you Sometimes the left gear ,would wttfen the squadron returned'to dents. Wires from the left main out-experted the experts were

"Yep, stranger, some. But not fold; then the right one;' then I Its.Ce. ::1l Field-homebase last landing' scissors switch had been recently rewarded for their Ingenuity

so,much as the ones I ain't kill- the nose, and often a combinationof June. mistakenly connected to the with letters of commendation -

ed."_ all three. The Navy, in the Things were getting :pretty des' Wrong' terminals. from Lcdr. Frederick C.

What is Your FPQ meantime was losing thousands perate when Bruce G. Pendelton, A host of electronics expertswere KidJ- commanding officer of the

of dollars every yeas waking chief: aviation electrician's mate, called In to verify the Navy eq\ta


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