Jax air news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028307/00484
 Material Information
Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 30, 1954
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
oclc - 33313438
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System ID: UF00028307:00484

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Jax Hurricane Hunters Enjoy Seeing 1

I Themselves, Their Work In 'Funnies'"I'll t:

see you In the funnies"is as penned by Roy Crane, is in the skipper in the strip, in .
an old axiom, but at Jax 'the more or less serious vein. ality is Comdr, Lukas t tI

Airborne Early Warning Squad. Crane, in portraying the ad.. VW-4 skipper Lt. Alfred I
ron Four (VWthey are ventures of his hero, at the er, PIO officer has been
really living the par same time is bringing a message in the strip as areological 5)I
Following their dally deedsin home to millions that ficer aboard the plane,
the cartoon strip Buz Saw there Is a lot more to hurricane Lt. Harry Davis was

yer, the Hurricane Hunters are hunting than meets the eye. holding a briefing session,

getting a real big bang out of Not only are Crane's facts Lt. (j Jg: ) M.. C. McKee, was pictured
seeing themselves and the at his desk as the'nai
authentic, since he spent some
squadron "in the funnies." time in Jax preparing his script, gator.
"FUNNIES" SINCE long but the characters in the comic COMDR. DACIIS was in

ago have belied their inference, strip bear a definite likeness praise of the strip. "I ;

and the adventures of Sawyer,. to VW-4 personnel. Chic Spain, (Please Turn to Pace 8, Col. ) 0'1


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Navy Teams Final Day ForDependents

With AF In JflIfluJ .D1Jui8 Obtain Passes To '

tin Today is the last day for
dependents to obtain the new

A-S ExerciseThe Military Dependents Pass.

VOL.-12 No. 27 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville. Fla 30 September, 1954 In order to accommodatethose
dependents who have not

submarine USS Sea = -. -----., _0- yet been able to apply for the
Cat,. lurking off Jacksonvillethis _v .l, Y.. .H. v.y"CyF4'x Hvy q., a new pass, the Security Department

week, had better sub. : t\ Pilot ExchangeProgram will keep the Pass and'

merge, keep quiet, and hold : : Identification office in Building

its breath because a double Tct: i:::;: : ) ;" Lauded 0 open until 2100 tonight.
barreled hunting team is : Special gate passes, includ-
looking for it. Pilot'The ing those for military depend-
Fleet Air Wing Eleven PMB \1 By AF ents under 16 years of age,
Mariner, P5M Marlin, and P2V S; a' will also be issued.Dependents .
exchange pilot program
Neptune patrol bombers from that
should be expanded, says Air
NAS Jax and Air Force B-29 they must have the new iden-
Force Lt. Claude C. Mitson, "be-
Superfortresses have linked arms cause it breaks down interservlce tification in their possession by
this week for a most unique anti
October 1.
rivalries and tends to integratethe _
submarine warfare exercise! 100 "
services more thoroughly.
miles off Mayport.
Lt. Mitson has just completeda

This marks' the first time since 13-month tour of duty with Still Time To
Fighter" Squadron 33. Before leav- ,
World War II that the Navy and 1 _.. _______ m.. _......... ........_,....__. ..................._w.-"..... to return to his home Air
Air Force have teamed in the
up PLAN CONVENTION-Larce delegations from the southern Force squadron, the 94th FighterIntercf'ptor -
common table of hunting subma region are expected to attend the annual convention of the Navy Squadron at Enroll ForCollege
rines. Wives Club of America Oct. 11-15 in Jacksonville, so explains GeorgeAir
Upon the invitation of Capt. Linde Forsyth (right) convention chairman. At left is Nellie Force Base, Victorville, Calif.,
Theodore O. Dahl, Commander of DeLoach, credentials chairman and center is Harriet Weir, presIdent he was presented with a letter of
of Jax Navy Wives Club No. 86, host for the convention. meritorious service by Comdr.
Fleet Air Wing Eleven, the Air Representatives of 44 chapters, including those from Alaska, StudyMilitary
Force sent two B-29 medium Hawaii, French Morocco and Puerto Rico, will be on hand for the Walter J. Schaub, commanding
bombers to participate jointly I Jax convention. officer of VF33.Originally personnel and dependents

with his squadrons in searching enlisting the U.
for the Sea Cat. The Navy is Chances Look Brighter S. Army as a paratrooper, Lt. and civilian employees

interested in finding,out how well Mitson made several combat still have time to en

the aircraft and crews of the Defense To Jumps during World War IL roll for Off-Campus College
Navy and its "sister service" can Department After being discharged from the Courses offered here this semester -
work together on a cooperative Array, he earned hit commission
venture. and Air Force wings through the Univer-

1 Push Military Pay HikeChances through the USAF Cadet IroI I sity of Florida Extension Di

The primary mission of FA W- gram. vision.A .
11 units is the ferreting out and He flew F-86 Saber jets during second registration will be
for boost for the military look brighter.
destroying of enemy submarines. a pay the Korean conflict and was credIted conducted by the Information and
A has been created the Defense
joint-service by
the "Superforts" are committee Education .
Essentially, with downing 2% "Migs. office, Building 500
used in bombing heavy enemy in- Department to study and recommend pay and allowance in. As a member of VF-33, Lt. Boom 223 at the Naval Air Technical -

stallations. Blowing up subma- creases. Mitson served as Ordnance Offi- Training Center from 0730
rines is a new experience for This important committee has measure would provide an amount cer and underwent the same flight' to 1600 the week of October 4

them. been directed to report by Oct. equal to the transferring person's syllabus as the other membersof through Oct. 8.

Participating naval units include 18; with proposal for a pay boostto basic allowance for quarters. It the squadron. He made 64 car The following courses are ten-
Jax-based VP-3, commanded by be recommended for Inclusionin would also authorize six cents rier landings in VF-33's F9F-6 tathely offered: Written Communications -
Comdr. Jack L. Grayson; VP-3 the 1955 mileage allowance for overland Cougar jets while the squadronwas General Psychology
from Trinidad, B. W. I., led by legislative program, travel by private auto outside the deployed in the Mediterranean Statistical Methods! United -
Comdr. Randall T. Boyd, and VP- according to the Air Force. I continental U. S. on board the USS Midway. States History, to 1863 and

45 based at Coco Solo, C. Z., TilE GROUP, WHICH convened -I I Elementary
headed Luce. by Comdr. William T. Sept. 9, has been meeting almost Will Assume Due to insufficient enrollment
I Capt. Delong
Throughout the mock Navy-Air I daily.. It is working" on a during the first registration, all
Force exercise this week, the Sea basic pay increase and inspecting those signing for Spanish, Sales-

,Cat has been prowling at sea I incentive-hazard pay, per diem, manship, Personnel Management,
continuously: surfacing and submerging I travel and transportation allow Training Center CommandRecently Effective Speaking and College
while leading the FA W- Algebra are, requested to register
11 units and B-29's in the chase. ances, and dislocation allowancesat for one of the courses tentatively
I time of permanent change of arrived from duty In as executive officer aboard the offered above. Late registrationfor
station. Japan, Capt. He.nry C. DcLong USS Coral Sea'; as chief staff of- the Basic Mathematics 105
STATION PERSONNELCAN will assume command of the Na- _(Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 1))_ course, which is already in session -
This Is the first formal and coordinated -
val Air Technical Center
AID 'V BRANCHThe Training -r 1k will also be accepted by
Pentagon move to pusha at' of command ,
a change yH calling the I & E office, exten-
Jacksonville YMCA has pay boost into legislation, and ceremony scheduled Saturday at sion 8388.
opened a branch in. a needy the October deadline is an indication the parade grounds
Enrollment fee for each courseis
part of the city. Instructorsare that Defense will attemptto
Captain DeLong will replace
$21.00. Classes will be held
needed on a volunteer basis.: get this issue before Congress
Comdr. Wilson R. Bartlett, who one night .a week for approxi-
Any: military personnel wishing early in the next session. has been acting commanding officer V nf mately 16 weeks.WEATHER .
to volunteer should contact EACH OF TilE ITEMS under of the Training Center since --- .5.5
the NAS Military Personnel study\ will ;:emerge from the com- the departure of Capt. David
Officer, Building Qne. Men mi tee as a separate measure, it McCampbell. Comdr. Bartlett has OUTLOOK
qualified to teach wrestling, was revealed, but due to the short been. selected to receive the rankof Friday-Partly cloudy with
boxing- gymnastics or craft. time alloted the committee will Captain and has been assignedas ('J scattered afternoon thundershowers. -
work are especially 'needed.. concentrate on the elements of commanding officer of the .,'{ .
time ,to
Persons contributing pay and allowances that affect I Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, Saturday-Variable to( cloudy,,
this will be
cause contributing the,majority of military members. Jacksonville with scattered showers.
a great'service to the community .
Just how large 1. increase Coining here from assignment' with showers
.in .aiding boys to become pay Sunday-Cloudy ,
.would be asked has not yet beendecided as'chief of staff, Fleet Air Japan, I !considerably cooler late In tuning.
finer Americans.. CAPT. DELONG .- New
: but the dislocation pay Capt.; DeLong previously served NATTC eemmanding'oftleer. : .
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Two SAX AIR HEWS 30 September, 1054r

ROLLIN MAYHEM...__._.._.Two or A Kind

: _! f ) lS ?D tIO

Vlteb4 every Tmvridar tot Navj aae Marine aeUritUe at Men AirMatte CATHOLIC
....wJ.l..., Ila
IT.. .. ....,.. Sunday, Mass-0800, 0900, WO(
CaaL Je4u S. TKMh CommitMilnc OTCctr
Ooia... Join D. P""V ,._.. -inminirs. OMnr St. Idward'i: Chapel. r
Air Ja.*...*... .
Hear Atau. J.fc. Perry/ .:........'
Call McfeMd O. CreeM _CWef .f staff Dai1y0630.Sunday0030MaN.
flea AW Wtac urns
at Hospital
CaM. Tfc*.*ore Dahl -..?? OomnuMw
GMadr. rraak D. Meyer r."rStalt Officer ChapeL
Havat Alt Taaaaleal TrateUr t.....
eo...,. WIlMa R. BarUttt.. ,. (v.i iiiuiinf Officer. Acting) MORMON
Kaial taitaJ I DIDN'T KNOW
ea... Beware S. Lowe _ CotrIm"4II"1 OffleerEaecmlie 1930 Monday NATTC -
Oq&. U 1.. NewUa __ Oilier Chaplain's Office.CHItISTIAN THE GUN WAS

Goro4r. L. F. f'rr'nh"'D _, AMTO-.. .. Oosnutandlflf Officer IAnl\ SCIENCElb00TuesdayMainside LOADED. /
CoM4r. t:. Utajr Strum ri.eullve: 0bee1'
1 J
weakly l 0. S. MaVatHMTlll Air' Stauw. Chapel
Tie JAX Am NEWS to tuWlUied at lfc
.. I ti Ida, and pr ilnld eGmrMl'd.IITHII ......JIC.*'!?**** ***** Office on ramp.FROTEBTANT. /
at M .IMM t* the Kowritmtnt and In rompltanee wltk. NAVKXO6 r-ss. .... "I THOUGHT
ne.. MMfc. Cu|>>'t ere MUtitbtited trey 0' charge at the Naval Air $..._. the
naval Air Tfrttntral Training Center, Natal Air ReteMe Tialnlnc Unit, and the MY BRAKES
U. S. Naval Hospital. 0934-All Saints Oujwl.

Editor-Andrew H. Plane? 1100-All Saints' Chapel. WOULD HOLD
Ataixtant EditorHelen Hatprrt Spoilt Kdllor Gordon Rn1 bl.. J03: SUM
flea 1**lets-.Jack Holmes, Fill; ,ClieuUiUon-Dimrlbution, 1 atal, ACM. 0915 Naval Hospital Chapel w1 alcher
Tfca JAX Am NEWS: la a number of the Armed rorr'e rreay. .ryW.Itrn (Note: Addresses of local I
amtertal appear me is Mite Bubllrailoa may .not .ke rtMtaUdMe wNhwt ehurthM be obtalaad, by call- "More Over Teu've Got Company'
ftepnbGstleii ef .therMatter. may
written wrmlMten* er Armed Force Pieae ** .
.xtpt ay ac.vice ukUcalloni. U wefclbiltd wU out p.nUMlSB .( 'Ag the Chaplain Office, 425)).
Mm*. JAX Alit NEWS.lm .
.rlal .fles l tat.' Main Administration Building. Pfttae exteasleMMM. Htw's Yair FPQ? MOVIES

2M and aIM.Editor's. _
Yen Can DoiateVtlniitariiy Ted YeWMffi MAIN&IDKThanfey

Communion Service Sept. Mewlet

T How wise are you when It Angel ........ Roek JhwUon,

: At Hospital Chapel : comes to fire-ttfetyl 1rt Yvonne DeCarlo

I ;your FPQ (Fire PrereaUen Frltef, Oet 1
Desk Woild-wide Communion will be Korean hid Quotient) with theee questions Indiscretion of Americas

observed at the Protestant Service and turn to Page 8 for the Wife ..__.... Montgomery. OWt,
TVU perhaps showed rate fiontPf The American-Korean Foundation .
In the Hospital Chapel at 0915 anew en. Jennifer Jones
space.Frosn Int., which 'has been endorsed
Sunday, Oct. 3. ChapUia William and supported by the 1. Whet type; t&tiq'uiaher Saturday, Oct i

Lee-on-Solent England, LB used OB electrical fliee? Juggler ...__............ Kiik .o..ak"" ,
A. Swete, the Hospital Chaplain, President *t the United, States, '
e+mea a report that 200 women 2. W hat type coctineuutherU Mince VitaleNATTCIiNTZIt,
.f the the will preach oil the subject, "O d'. the :Secretary of Defense and the
Royal Nary won rightto
used for wood tire, p'Frtra a e
eat out when they; begn muttering Engraved Hands," and the'Lord', Eacretarie ef the. Departments of k? : .

threats of a hunger' strike Supper will be served.A the ,Army, Navy and Air Force,
3. What type extinguisher
: I
I. Tharsday, Sept;
for fund
for the
agabMt their fattening mess hall Sunday School and a Nursery rehabilitation campaigning of Korea. ta used for oil Area? Four GUM to The .

fare at one baee. is conducted during the service 4. What number do you dial Border ................ Roiy Calhoun",
Not only did the talk of a hunger beginning at 0015. The Chapel Military and civilian personnelhere U report a firs? doleea IDler

strike make the headlines, but rind Sunday School rooms are located who wick to participate in 0. What action U. taken if FrUajr, Oei. 1

J Jo and behold, the Britinh press next to the Out-Patients' the campaign will have an opportunity you hare extinguished a smaH Scat let Angel ........ Rock l1.HJeo",

wa sympathetic. Now the mess I Clinic in Ward A-l .f the Hee- ... donate on en; individual fire? Yvonne DeCarlo .

f hall menu remains' the same, but pital. voluntary baste. by stating t. What are your duties M. a.bardajr, Ott t

the Royal Navy says the WRENSdo .. V's CC their desire to contribute to their listed oa the fire bill? Indiscretion of American

not have to eat it. 'Totting Conference department head.Department 7. What type matched are Wife ............ U0ntgcwery Gift,

British equivalent ef the prohibited on station? Jennifer Jones

WAVES, the WRENS ale legally Slated At 0 & R heart will report 5. De you know the location e *

civilians in unlfoim. They the numbers of individuals wishIng of your neatest fire alarm box? HOSPITALTlwre4 .
Representatives of several naval -
claimed "our food is cooked by I I installations will meet with to make a contribution to the 9. What three elements are ..jr, Seyt. M

male, for mules, and in starchy, prMentatl.u of the Bureau of Senior Chaplain on Sopt, 36. The accessary; to have a fire? City of Bad

. revolting and certainly not what" In'a Senior 10. Do you know how to arrange Men ?....._........ Dale Fk beitiK>n,
Aeronautics Oct. 5-8 conference Chaplain will then furnish
women want." j special tire, preventionand Jeanne Craine
on potting at Building each department with the required fire protection instruction
Friday, Oct. 1
That suet pudding, hkh many
American sailors i l have eaten 167.The number of envelopes. and demonstration for personnel -- Four Guns to The
discussion will center on .
aboard British ships, eemed to ? Border ................ Roiy Calhoun,
sealing of (potting) electrical The utaUo. fire chief will, be
bother the WRENS the most. The I Weekend Tide Table Coleen MillerVariety
cable connectors on naval airI dialing the phone, all next .
*' .
pudding, called: .cuff, has been I
craft. HIGH LOW week, aaklag for answers to
served aboard her majesty's ships
I .
--- -- A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. theM questions. Ton get a free ShowIs
for centuiies. But it ruins thefigure
the Camp Jejeune, N. C., Globe Fri. 10:25: 10M: 3:46: 4:25: meal chit to the clrillan' cafeteria
the WflKNS .
complain .
Sat, 11:04: 11:17: 4:23: .5:10: if know the
We hear nothing of what the Lt Joseph Bridgets, officer in you answer. Big Hit
Sun. 11:40: ..._ 5:06: 5:58: Answers
male Biitish sailor thinks of the charge of Camp information of- ( on Pare 8))

whole thing, or even how fat or fice, sent a memo to the communications --- >_ Personnel gave a rousing reception
thin he likes his women officer. He requested to me Mae Axions Variety

that a couple of remote broad- Services Awaiting Results Of Show presented last week at
There In nwre to this guided
cast lines be plugged in at the I King Hall at the Naval Air

missile business than just igniting baseball field press box at Le- Career Management Survey Technical Training Center.
a fuse and watching it zoom I
jeune so a radio station could The show featured Dub Dicker-
skyward The newest wrinkle in A review 01 the
complete career -
guided missiles bAIl military mop air the camp boxing tournaments. management programs of the service. The relation of formal son, Capitol recording star, and

makers frantic. Somehow the memo wound up military services, ordered by Defense schoolingespecially; at civilian Charlie Oat, WJHP-TV star and

on the desk of the NCO in charge Institutions, to the requirementsof formerly of the New York stage
Map makers say that before Secretary Chailes E. Wilson -
I.of Procurement Aids of the First each service is being considered. supported by a larl'e'aridY; of
Columbus lot of and former assistant
a people thoughtthe manpower :
Marine Reserve and Decisions acts from the leading televisionand
Re. and
Corps result will be
world was flat. Now most I secretary John Hannah, k
cruitment District I in Boston revealed in late October radio stations.
people think it is round. Their about half finished. I or November -
Mass. and each service secretary :Encore after encore was given
problem is that, "It is not really The survey is intended to show
His to Lt. will be given a complete for all the acts, including the)
a perfect: sphere. It is lumpy and reply Budgets: what step could be taken to improve \

baa big dents in it too." Failure 1. The remote possibility; of in. combat readiness, officer I briefing on how career management Sunnyland Gospel Quartet, ?ocallat -
works in his Shirley Jeanne Strick
to make allowance for these stalling a remote broadcast line : morale and economy of opera I
bumps>> and dents could throw a1,000mile I from this end is rather remote at'4 tions. j service secretaries will then' be land and his Dixie Rhythm irH

guided missile off I!j I this time. I expected to determine how ca- with Delores, tap dancer Joan

target 20 to 30 miles, they il'l I I 2. It Is eight hundred and studied TilE QUESTIONS by the committee NOW,"l1faded BEING 'reer management can be modified Newsom, singer Betty Trammel
within each service to bring and Ginger Cogburn, perfectionist
Thus the need for more {eighty-two (lU) miles from this I
I i by Brig. Gen. John H. Ives, USAF, j it more closely in line with that of the Hawaiian dance.
maps Tell your kids the office (4th floor window) to Camp include "whether career
worM! Un't round and where i,i manae.1 of the other services and also to The variety} show was sponsored
see I Lejeune, and it is out considered ment as now constituted
achieve those ends sought by :! by; the Jax Navy Special
you get. This old lumpy world of opinion that although we would the service mission, I
I I Wilson and Hannah. Services.
ours is quite a problem, isn't it! I very much like to hear the broadcast II is centralized, what special problems t

of the Camp fights, we do it has such as deployment

('Mangers !. the social secuiity; not feel that our men could stringa and requirements to fill nonmia- Traffic Violations Sox Score

law line that distance hi time for sion assignments.Also -.
is bringing much concern I
the main event. StandinCI For Week Sept. 16.x2. Total
from persons who want to know being studied is the ef- U Tickets I..ttt

3. However, if your office could feet, of rotation on career management
where they stand. Six "f a e t Command Tickets Pctt of 1 Vlolatlons Per AC'"oDlulat
.&...." have rolled from the presses send us a wire-winding team, a and if specialists and Issued Tkkuts Issued I 1 100' Personnel I Vlelatkmi

police escort and four million, six technicians arc or should be exceptions
You '
explaiaing changes. can NARTU _._ 0 I 0 I 0 I 1.88
jet them at your local social security hundred fifty-six thousand, nine to general policy.

office. hundred and sixty feet of Comm INTER- AND INTRA-SERVICE NAS Jax: -_.. _26 I 55.3 I 1.8 I 1.52

e wire to reach the press box at I Fleet AirDetachment

the baseball field we would be duty tours are being compared, .. 14
The beet burner k not seen on I 2..5 I .400 r .362

TV er read in the funny papers. happy to eoopertte.Kiad career opportunities for Reserve'and NATTC _. ..-_ 7 I 14.2 I .HO I ..174Ioupital

?elk about crossed! wires, hear Rf ards, Regular officers, and promotion -
.-- _--_ 2 I 4.0 I ,100 I ..093v
thhrwhich; we have lifted from Te h. *gt. Bailey opportunities within each

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a 30 September,. 1954 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three


WOMEN MARINESWomen Eligibles .Have; Until Nov. 1 To Decide On Anillitv-I, ., Score

Marines will soon get Nov. 1 is the deadline date for they complete. 18 years'' service which ends upon her death or DkaMlftg Injuries Throng

new blue uniform for dress,, affairs regular and reserve personnel, If they want to provide a partof remarriage; annuity for a childor Tuesday, Sept. 2S

according to Colonel Julia with 18 or more, years service, to their future retirement pay children ending at marriageor This Month 1
J E! ilamblet, director of the Women which
for dependents
to ,
decide if they want partici surviving
This 18
: when they reach 18; annuityfor Year
pate in the survivor's annuity could be one-eighth, onequarteror Sine Last
The new dress blues will con- plan set up in the Uniformed one-half minus whatever i* both wife and children; or Days 11GIRGABOAM

ist of dark blue jackets with red Services Contingency Option Act paid to participate in the pro- any of the above with a provision Lost-Time Accident

piping, dark blue skirt, blue tie, After that date the plan en gram. stopping retired pay deductions -

white shirt, blue hat with red cord ten, its, permanent stage, and The plan has four basic options if dependents covered die OCT. SAFETY SLOGAN

and gold ornament. Cordovan servicemen must decide before : annuity for the widow, first. "The Little Fire You Leave,

pumps will complete the ensemble, --- ._-,_ May Leave You Little
which will be worn by 2,300 enlisted Remember this *":>.-It

women and 150 officers now Mariners' Club meant money

on active duty,
Members Christen ,
Final Results Of FIRST A-POWER SUB '

Annual Civilian ij ship's christening, and an out I I The USS Nautilus, the Navy'
door feast, highlighted the organization -
first submarine
Lk I atomic-powered ,
Elections Posted '\ i'y + meeting of the Marin- was scheduled to be commissionedtoday

T+v era' Club lust Tuesday at Building (Sept, SO; at the shipyard
Result of the civilian elections 804.
of the Electric Boat Division,
held at the Naval Air Station on .
Objective of the club Is to provide General Dynamics Curl
Friday Sept. 17 have been com- a social outlet for 'oungmarried
:Most of the Navy new, com
and the following employees -
piled, couples of All-Salnti
posed of 11 officers and about
will serve on Employees chapel, it was pointed out by Lcdr
85 enlisted have been training
Councils and Boards during the< Charles Ackley, chaplain at NATT-
to operate the Nautilus for
coming year w4M Center and captain of the USS
about three Yl"nrs.-AFPS( ).
Thoseelected to fill expired Good Fellowship. .

terms on the Board of Directors) a Lt. (jg) Francis Gamble oNATTCenler .

of the Employees': Association was official OOD "t

were James H. Wood and Edwin the quarterdeck of the USS Good! Best Students

S. Robinson of the Overhaul and Fellowship. Prior to the christening -

Repair department, Bertha Mehl ceremonies a short invocation Selected AtNATTCenter

man representing the Mlscellaneons was given by Lt. Gordon Griffin

Group, Frank C. Wood from MARINERS CHRISTENING Ruth Carpenter, wife of !.t. Lt Gamble set the first watch.

Supply and Thomas M. Cowanof Malcolm A. Carpenter, NAS Protestant chaplain, christens the The reply was given by Lt. Charles
USS Good Fellowship, at the organizational meeting of the Mann.en' I
Public Works. social outlet for Cunningham of Faaron 109, who
Club. The club b organised to provide a I A Woman Marine shared lion
s young married couples of All-Salnts Chapel. was chief in charge of: the messshallgalley. -
ors with two oilier Miines and
The fallowing new members will ,
sit on the Board of Trustees of Vets Dependents Of Deceased Vets Lcdr. Ackley emphasized: that two sailors at the Naval A i r
Technical Center last
the Mutual Benefit Society. : Wilson the future plans of the club Training
H. Stowe and Albert I. Spencer which is patterned after the national week, when all five were named
Due Pension. Compensation Boosts students in their
top respective<<
OAR; Rubyt R. Piper, organization of the same

Miscellaneous, Group; James )I.t Nearly 3,300,000 veterans and name, call for monthly meetingsand schools,

English, Jr., Supply, and Rosalie certain dependents of deceased who are rated 50 percent or more a varied social program, Pfc. DeUie Rollins headed the

W, Potts, Public Works veterans will receive a five per- disabling. No increase was voted *. first class to graduate from the

Chosen as Employees' Council cent increase in monthly compensation in the amounts added for depend newly organized six weeks courseat

members at Overhaul and Repair and pension payments ents. Cecil Field's Barracks the Aviation I Storekeepers

were Dorothy Farady, chair effective Oct. 1, 1954,. under two I The statutory' allowance of $47 School with an average of 91.00.
Include Latest FeaturesTwo She is stationed
man; Frank E. Byers and Chri*- bills signed by the President recently certain disabilities now at MCAS,
prevailed for
tine lIart .ell, of Council No.1, I of the most modern barracks Cherry Point, N. C.
such as loss of one leg, aim, eye,
Council No. 2 will consist of Hiram Flat increases in excess of five on the East coast were

H. Van Houten, chairman;: percent were granted to widows etc., was not increased opened officially last week at The 12-wrek course at AK School

Dudley G. Norman and HenryT and dependent parents of wartime UNDER THE PENSION ACT, NAS Cecil Field. also produced a Marine as honor

Cook. Council No. 3 HaroldF. veterans whose deaths were veterans of World War One, Besides a TV set in each student when Pfc. BartholomewLane (

G. Davis, chairman; DewittT. attributable to service. World War Two, 'and of the Ko- building, individual reading lamps of the Bronx, N. Y., leda ,

Jewell and Bennett F. Jackson Veterans Administration said I rean conflict will receive an In and marbelized asphalt decks, the class of 20 with an average

Council No. 4 Dorothy the increases are automatic and crease in monthly pension payments main attractions are the single of t 85.06. He entered the Marine

W. Leonard, chairman; AndrewL. will be included in checks mailedat I from $63 to $66.15. The beds that replace those old standards Corps in March of this year and

Beatty and Jack M. Carney. the end of O t r.SERIOUSLY i pension of those reaching age 05 ; -double deck bunks. is now stationed at MCAS, Kl

Council No. :5 I William F. At- DISABLED veterans I and those receiving pensions con- i The two new dwellings are part Toro, Calif.

wood, chairman; Howard E. Funk who have lost, or lost the I tinuously over a period of ten i of a 11,770,700 project which will Pfc. Norman W. Duscher graduated -

and Homer L. Knight. Council use of, two or more parts of their years will be increased from $75 I consist of six barracks and a mess as high man from Airman

No 8 Louis P. Finney, chair- bodies are paid certain statutory to ,$78.75. The rate of pensioners I hall. They are designed to combine Preparatory School. His average

man; James T. :McCulley'and Ira rates ranging from 1264 to $(00. who need aid and attendance will maximum comfort and the of 90.78 over the eight week
J, Pickett. Council No. '7-James These rate are increased to 1279 be increased from $129 to $13 .'5. ability to accommodate unexpected course carried him to the top ef

)I, Lamb, chairman; William A to $420. Veteran with, peacetime The old and the new death rate increases in,personnel. a class of 120. Duscker: hails from

Edmondaon and Anti! D. Henley,, service-connected disabilities will for the dependant of veteran Tonawanda, N. Y., and has. bees

e receive 80 percent of the new of World War One, World War assigned to the Navigators School

I The MlsoeHaaeone Group elect- wartime disability and .statutory i Two, and oC the Korean conflictare at Cherry Point. ..

ed Cecil W. Acres, chairman of rates. : 'Widow, no child, from $48 :T' f S 1

their Employees' Council, and Additional compensation i Is payable to $30.40; widow and one child, Alexander I RUMO, AOAA,

Sidney J, Wilds and Robert W. to veterans with dependents from $60 to $63; each additional f.<; :<: claImed: honors at AO (A) School,

Hall M members. Supply department child, from $7.20 to $7.56; one t; jt; finishing the 14 week course witha

employee named to GroupIV Photo Lab WavePOoftheWeek child, no widow, from $26 'to mark of 92.6. A graduate of St, ,

b Council were George J. Ga- $27.30; two children, no widow, \, ;' Phillip High School, Chicago, Ill,

hagan, chairman; ,Lillian B. Harper ., from $39 to 40.95; three children fNEW he entered the Navy In Januaryof

and Peggy M. Bryan. Those no widow, from $52 to 54. this year and attended AN

selected for the Group,II and,III 60; 'each additional child, from ([P) School at Norman, Okl.,
Council are Robert M. Harvey, TMi to tM tfth it a Petty '$7.20 to $7.56.SPANISHAMERICAN. F prior! to coming hear e.

chairman; James Hutcherson and //. 'o/'the*Week terlei f at WAR
At AE (B) School, Donald
John H. Williams. the Naval A\r Technical Trat:** I
veteran receiving pensions.for 90 lermaiuon, AEC, topped a class
Employees' Councils within the bug Center.)
days or more of service will be r of li during the 33 week course,
WorkJ'depArtment will Previously a
Public increased from 96.75 to $101.59 and scored a mark of 88.58, U
comprise the following: Maintenance commercial and thOM requiring aid and attendance I win scholastic honois. Before

Jack Bishop, chairman; photographer from 129.00 to $135.45.: coming to NATTCenter, Herman
Frank M. Ironmonger and Clifton a with a
,Spanish-American War veterans IOn served as instructor in AN
Utilities LutherC. studio of hero
J, Nunnery -
receiving pensions for 70 day (P) School, Norman, Okla. How .
Best, chairman; Lesley )I, W D, Maxine
or more of service will be Increased has orders to FaeTuLant Det.
Bennett and Claude R. McKel- Aherns, PH3, is '
from 64.50 to 67.73 and those 2 at NAS Jax.
Transportation Paul H.. now contribut.
vey. needing aid and attendance, from t .
Green, Jr., chairman; Thomas E. ing her talents
J FS3.85 to $88.04.
Young and Matthew J. Grundlg.. L to the Navy. .... Ware Island Selected/
IV-b Group Walker H. Crevasse Ahrens She is this The basic pension rate for Civil
I A-Ship Repair Yard
chairman; William N. Sim week's Petty Officer of the Week. War veterans was raised from ATG INSIGNE-A new
i$96.75 to 101.59 and for aid 'and tall inslgne is being sported by Mare Island
coke and Mimi E. Bailey. Enlisting in the Navy in 1950, Naval Shipyard .
.- --I+.--- she received her recruit trainingat attendance, from $129 to 135.45.: Fighter Squadron H's F3DSkjraiders -& will be the west coast 'repair!! *
these days The
"You know I almost married Great .Lake*, coming here in The pension rate for veterans three letters A-T-G designate yard for nuclear powered ships.

a violinist!" March 1951: She attended Petty i rf, the Indian war or campaign the squadron as being a mem* Within the current fiscal year

That so'?" Officer Leadership School in Bainbridge i was increased from $96.75 to 101. ber M Air Task Group 201. The qualified .shipyard personnel will
Fleet Air Jax Air Task Group
in 1953. 19 and for those needing aid and be indoctrinated in repair work o'
"Yep. I was her beau, but she I and Its squadrons based at \
wouldn't string along with me." She. halls from Riverside, Calif. attendance, from $129 to 13545. NAS Cecil Field, nuclear propulsion InIttalltl1on.a.r I

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VP-3, FAW'll. VA-175. ..VA-45, VF-13 Report Many Civilian

1- Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons Within Jobs Listed 6ND ,

Intramural grid play continues. aughter born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Civil Service personnel are .
August 31. The baby's name is critically needed in some. jobs at
VP-3 lost two of three contests. ,
Ann Marie.(; She weighed 7 Ibs. Sixth Naval District installations.
The volleyball season got off on interested'should I
at birth. Applicants con-
a flat note as' VC-62' beat the '
tact the activity where 'the vacancies
Lcdr. Edmund J. Murzlc has
locals on Jhe home'cO rt, coming
from behind to do its However, bern released from active duty I

the,. VP-3'ers .rebounded 'to, wintwiVe with, the Navy" .With the Wing Naval Ordnance Plant, )Macon,

over )<'Son Six.. incp .May 1053., :Murzic will enter Ga., 'needs an Ordnance Engineer, I

the insurance. business.. In Jack- GS-7, Photostat. and Blueprint I
Turning to,. the gridiron, theHuskies '
Machinist and Tool-
onville. Operator,'
.found.W :tough, going. .
Lcdr. John H. Burton maker. District Public? Works Of- I
nganstrthe! .ijpwerhouse\ pf Fasron training
109 and Wer'e whitewashed 140. officer, 'left"with his family for fisc, Naval Base, Charleston, S.

Among new arrivals to the California this week where he will C., wants a General Engineer, GS-
12; Attorney Advisor, GS-11; I
squadron are W.: E. Fontaine, attend the Navy's Post Graduate
School in Monterey. He had been General Engineer, GS-9; Civil I
ATC, from NAS Lakehurst, N. J., ,
and J. B. Fitzgerald, Jr., AL1, with the Wing 2& years.Lcdr Engineer, GS-9, and Mechanical
tI.i; Engineer, GS-9.
from AT (A) School, NATTC, Lawrence R. Heron, Electronics l

Memphis. officer, has assumed additional r f t At Key West the Naval Stationhas

Among oldtimers leaving the duties as Air Intelligence ; -, openings for a Supervisory
squadron was E. B. Brunson, AOC. and Public Information officer. General Engineer, GS-12 and

Chief Brunson was with the Huskies .r electricians. A Mechanical Engi-

during their deployments to VA175news neer, GS-7, Is wanted by the Na-

Port Lyautey French Morocco, Jlnut around the squadron val Construction Battalion Cen-

and. Iceland, and other cruises, ter, Gulf port, Miss.
is the "drubbing" the officers
which. included San Juan, Puerto ; The Assistant Industrial Manager -
Rico the Azores and the gave the'enlisted men in a w__._______._._.___ of
Vieques, Supervisor Shipbuilding,
Bahama: .baseball game played during the WINS WO RANK-A gold stripe, designating the rank of and Naval Inspector of Ordnance,

Ralph K. Albright, PAN has I recent all hands party at the-An- warrant officer, Li presented to William Campbell, by his commanding P. O. Box 5296, Jacksonville, Fla.,
officer, Lcdr. Charles Sonnenborn during ceremonies at
announced his marriage to. Miss chorage. Also highlighting the the headquarters of Commander Fleet Air{ Jacksonville. Ship's should be contacted for duty at

Kathryn Smith of Jacksonville. "shindig" was swimming In the Clerk Campbell is one of 10 chief petty officers appointed to warrant Tampa, Fla., as a Supervisory
Ensign Eugene F. Paquette and St. Johns River. rank this week by the Secretary of the Navy Campbell Is Contract Specialist, GS-9; Indus-

Ensign C. L. Mishler returned this :yeoman for ComFalrJax Chief of Staff. trial Specialist, GS-7, and Shipbuilding
Lt. Walter W. THgham a 8
past weekend from submarine General Deadline is Fridayl! composed of officers from VA-15. Inspectors (Electrical,
transferred to the Line I '
school at New London, Conn. Climax of the inspection will be Mechanical and Hull), all GS-S.
School at }Monterey, Calif. Lt Tilg-
Lt. (jg) Jarlan J. Blake, and ham was former'safety officer. VA-45: celebrated with a good old fashioned For duty at Ft. Lauderdale, Flo.,

Ensign Bud Brown, along with The "BlatkMrds" of VA-45 Un- beer party, complete with as an Industrial Specialist, GS-T,

members of crew 9 returned from Eight new names were addedto derwent their annual administrative Softball game, for all hands. The or Shipbuilding Inspectors (Electrical
the roster when Rob
a week's<< training at FaetuLant. squadron Inspection this past week. As affair will take place at the Anchorage and Hull), GS-8, contact

". ert D. DeLoach, AEAN; Harry of this writing final results are this Friday afternoon. the same office.
It Daugherty, AEAN; James J. .
FAW11Sulvalore not available. Reporting aboard this week
O'Boyle, SA; Frank A.- Paone,
Sallese, SN, gained a Under the new Inspection pro- were Franklin H. WhIner, ADI;
SA James A. Parker SA Don-
; ; Donald N. O'Neal AOAN and
Jax Fleet Units
ald J. l aternorter, SA; Sulo E. cedure, various departments of Ralph M. Hillstrom, AE1.

Savela ADC and Isare C. Smith the squadron inspected dif-
.are on
The extends best
: squadron
AE3, reported. ferent days compared to the old wishes to VA-45's congenial links- On Hand AlGa.Dedication .

l Last Friday all hands received system of all departments on one ter, Ed Barnes, AT3. 'Ed is one

'YOURi1 examinations for the first annual day. This affords \he squadronto of the ComFalr Jax players rep- RitesUnits

I Vehicle Safety Contest conductedby I maintain normal, flight opera- resenting this area in the Com- of Fleet Air Jacksonville

the squadron.A tions while the Inspection Is go- AirLant tourney at Camp Le- participated in dedication cere-

grand prize of $10 will be ing on. It also affords the Inspecting jeune, N. C. monies of the new Mack Tharpe,

For the past three weeks we awarded the contestant who sub- party a longer period of time. Gary C. Robinson, A03, recently Memorial Stadium in Moultrie,

fire mits the most correct answer. This year's inspection team isI. became engaged to Miss Joy Ga., last Friday night.
liave been publicizing preven-
_.... ,_
week in this column. We have I .,..,,._ .....,.. DeB ary A VL 1111B"1. VAIJ. Th a coup 1Q
tion :> "'''''''''N'''''''''' ''' : """" Built at a cost of $100,000, the
:.:":);;.,.:::::: : ::; L' is planning to be married Octo-
told you in the past the origin : :M' ...' : ': t' ,> ,; : r. 5,000 seat structure is named in
of Fire Prevention Week, I. :;: ":' ber 22. honor of former officer
: \ Navy ,
I jr.w.yWY"I: > : S *
which is the anniversary date of ,. VF-1S Lcdr. Mercer McCall T h a r p e.
the famous Chicago fire. If: t: Lcdr. Tharpe was former Moultrie
Fire Prevention Week always i': : VF-13 welcomed aboard four
I ; High and Georgia Tech athlete
I ;t men from the Air Training Com-
falls in the week which contains and coach who lost his life aboard
Oct. Mh. This week was originally Jf mand last week. The-yare: Lt. the aircraft carrier USS BismarkSea

aimed at bringing the lessonof (Jg) Leon Stromire; Lt. (Jg) Mike off Iwo Jima during World

fire prevention before the pub- Keady; Ensign Wilbur Hager and War II.
s Ensign David Forbush. Also
,lic. A flight of Fleet Air Jax air-
i aboard for duty was Lt. George
? craft on a training exercise in
(Vrtatnly we're smaller about' iv : iF Dent from the Post Graduate
i that area, flew over the stadium
fire today. We have learned a lot School, Monterey, Calif. during the dedication ceremonies.Two .

since the first Fire PreventionDay. Transferred to VF-174 for duty former shipmates of the

Our buildings are safer: we were: Lcdr. George C. Benoit; Navy man, Comdr. William F.

r have\ much\ better firefighting lak. Lt. (Jg) Charles H. Tollefson and Krantz and Lcdr. Robert Llnwick,

r equipment and methods. Today Ensign Lewis T. Sharp. A Iso
:: : commanding officer and execu-
there are hundreds of fire safety : y2 w transferred was Leland E. Snive- tive respectively, of Attack Squadron -

standards protecting us every ly, ADC, to Fasron Nine; WilliamM. 45, participated in the fly over.

minute of the day at home and ',. Normoyle, ADI, to CNAB- Mary Mack Tharpe, 10-year-old

II t work. TRA, and 'Joseph V. Schweizer, daughter of the Georgia hero, un-

Yet, the real truth' is that fireIs AD3, to the NAS Jax Separation veiled a bronze plaque, as the

a much greater danger today Center. ComFair Jax
Navy played.
] than ever before. There is no get- .
'J Florida State University and
around the fact that there ; ?"
MARINES RETURNINGTO Georgia Tech B teams clashed in
are more people to burn many the
dedicatory game at the new

t more homes, more factories, all : _.M...... .......Yo...... ___.u.. -.,. ....... "...:a 8-MAN DRILLThe stadium.
kinds of new products and all Marine Corps has an-
kinds of) new fire hazards. Add I 'E' WINNERS-These four Fighter Squadron 22 pilots earned nounced that eight-man squad
individual Navy "E" awards during competitive exercises held at When little Mary came home
them up. and you'll understandwhy Switzerland Target Range last week. Left to right are: Lt. (jg) drill is coming back. The Corps after a visit at her aunt's she

the purpose of Fire Prevention lIowell Averyt, Lt. Clyde Gilmore, Ensign George Dwyer and Lt. abandoned eight-man squad fora found that triplets had been addedto
Week hasn't changed a bit. Robert Roy. Averyt, Gilmore and Roy won "E's" for high altitude 13-man one just before WWIL
bombing. Lt. Gilmore, In addition, was awarded an "E" for rocket But it was. felt that the family.
Firing, along with Lt. William Russell. During ComPex exercisesthe develop- "How silly of you, Mommy,"
Wc'n' got to keep plugging fire Flying Cavaliers of VF-22 achieved a mark of outstanding in ment of leadership and com- she admonished. "You should

prevention to every single man, high altitude bombing, and a mark of excellent in rocketry. mand abilities has suffered. have done the ordering you

woman and child because fire know "
how Daddy stutters.
prevention IS people. People start II VA-45 Record Number II Isp
fires and they suffer from' fires Completes Of Flight Hours I The meek little gent in the

they can stop fires before
Only I I restaurant finally sighed and de-
they start. And the saddest part Attack Squadron 45 has prob- hours they fly. VA-45: earned its 951.3 hours. cided to give up on his fcteak.

ef it all is that ordinary commonsense ably set a new naval aviation rec- remarkable score by flying 1,073.8 "The credit It was tougher than shoe leather.
for these
would stop7 most of themDON'T ord by totalling a 192' percent hours during the month of Aug.It achieve- He called the waiter and asked
utilization last month for ments should go to our maintenance
: was the second month that that it be taken back to the
FIRE PREVENTION IS SOME- its AD-6 Skyralder aircraft.A the Blackbirds exceeded thou- crews for their untiring efforts kitchen.' The waiter shook his
ELSE'S ITS utilization score is determined declared
ONE WORRY Comdr. WilliamF. head and said, I
A LIFE AND DEATH :MATTERFOR by the number of planes a sand. They flew 1,020.2 hours in Krantz, the squadron's commanding can't take it back now. You've

YOU AND EVERYBODY squadron has and the number rf ,July sad came close In June with officer. bent it."



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1 Improvements ., .

I: u Urged In Benefits: .

i! IIR4Y .


HERE AND THERE < Improvements in benefits for .

Naval reservists have been recommended
"Your girls Is spoiled, Isn't by the Naval ReservePolicy

she?" Board of 1954, and approved -

"No. It's. just the perfume she's by Navy Secretary Thomas;

I wearing"e. Included are better retirement
\ *
: benefits, promotions to \warrant .
I' ."Why i ..you. steal. that grades, indoctrination training ,

$5,000,000. : for officers, the recruitment of :
"Judge -J \was hungry.
M' more doctors n.nd'dentists, possible -
: -
active duty contracts to 'enlisted j
Old bankers never die they ,
personnel and l'Sc.cctive }
just sit around and lose Interest..
Service treatment,

Judging from the high price of Many ItacommendaUouv' '
High on the list of recommendations -
feather pillows, down is up..
t. made by them:;: n ,

Two Ubangl belles met' in the board was rectifying unjust retirement -

Jungle on a hot day One of them ITALIAN NIGHT-Comdr. Wilson ]t. Bartlett, acting commanding provisions. Tho board

stuck her face close to the other Italian Navy Men officer of NATTCenter presides over the cake-cutting stressed that the Armed Forces
the American- Reserve Act of 1952 be amendedto
and said: 'Tetcr Piper picked a ceremonies at Italian Navy Night, sponsored by
Italian Club of Greater, Jacksonville, in honor of the 14 Italian provide that enlisted Reserve'
peck of pickled peppers. Now you: In I Training Here students now attending school at the Training .Center. The Italian personnel completing 20 years'
fan me for awhile." students, are shown flanking Comdr.. D rtlett
active naval service,, be allowedto

Baby Corn: "Mama, :where <<:did Honored By GroupFourteen VP-18 Concludes' Argentia Stay; apply for transfer to the Fleet
1 come from?" Reserve and! be eligible;! for retirement
Italian Navy petty and retainer without ,

J'ou.Mama"" Corn: ''' 'he. ;talk'brought. officers attending school at VP-5 Departs As ReplacementPatrol lt having to serve ten pay of their

last 11 before retirement
NATTCenter were honored at I Squadron 18, which left Jacksonville in April Aigtn- years

The glue that sticks U. S. an Italian Navy Night by the Ua, New Foundland, has come home to roost from a five months To Eye Prvmotkm .

postage stamps is made of hybrid- American Italian Club of Greater deployment.. The board also suggested that

corn and casava mixture and Jacksonville at the National At the same time, Patrol Squadron movie the opportunity for promotion to
film giving
Studios a
Is not only palatable but slightly Catholic Service Club last 5, another Fleet Air Wing scientists bird's-eye-view and warrant officer grade be extendedto
a all Naval Reservists whether
nutritious. Thursday.The Ele'en'unit, flew to the northern and ,
passing through "yesterday"
active inactive Sec-
on or duty
event was highlighted by air base as VP-18's replacement. ,"tomorrow" within minutes..
Pharmacist's Mate: "You cough the presentation of an Italian Previously stationed at Kefla- ONE MAN REMAINED behind retary Thomas told BuPers to
more easily this morning." Navy Battle Flag, by the Hon vik, Iceland, VP-5 personned already in Argentia.. James' C. Carter, carefully select officers to command -

Patient: "I should.. I'\e been have had the experience of Naval Reserve: Training
orable Umberto Pezzulla, Italian Abel. who came down with the
practicing all night. Consul representative. Accepting operating in a frozen climate. mumps mysteriously several days Centers, ascertaining that they '.
are qualified, interested and capable -
the flag was Renzo Upon their arrival Saturday, before the evacuation began, had of liaison and
Passenger: "Why did they build VP-18 personnel told of huntingice conducting
Marchetti, Chief Gunners Mate to remain in the infirmary, relations work.A '
this station so far out of town?" of 'the Italian Navy. packs, helping Walt Disney Two VP-18 Neptune patrol public

Station Agents: 'Well I It national medical school for
guess A formal cake-cutting ceremony bomber crews enjoyed an unusual

was because they wanted to have was*also a feature, of the experience. Racing around the training of doctors and dentistsfor
: Fleet Men Studying
it near the railroad." affair. Comdr.. Wilson Bartlett, North Pole, they literally traveled the services was endorsed'' by '
Their 'Si Senors' the board, a program which I Is:
acting commanding officer of from "today" into "yesterday"into ,

Golfer (far 'off in :the, rough) : NATTCenter, presided at the "When in Cuba, rpeak as the "tomorrow" and back to "to already under consideration' by l

'Say, caddy, why 'do you keep cake-cutting.. Cubans do," i* slight variation' day" within minutes! I the Defense, Department. Ilov'ever ",
study will be given to active -'
at watch? .
looking your of a famous quip, but several Helping ice breakers ferret out

Caddy: "It isn't a watch, sir; Fleet Air Jacksonville officers packs was the squadron's primary duty agreements for enlisted
Out For 450 personnel and equalization of
it's a compass"Says have taken this bit of wisdomto mission while'at the Top
treatment for members of organized
4 > heart. of the World. Y -18 also helped -
Marines Who units of Reserve components -
escort shipping through iceberg-
Anticipating deployment to
To under Selective Service ieg
Early discharge papcis were Guantanamo Bay, Cuba in the laden waters.

handed to approximately 450 en- near future, 13 officers of Carrier SEVERAL DISTINGUISHED

Florida Sunshine; listed Marines last month who Air Group 4 have enrolledin people doing their work in the ulations.BlueBolts. ;

failed to qualify for reenlistment an evening Spanish speaking Arctic area took advantage of .

Eyes Alaska ColdShe under the stiffer requirements course held twice weekly at the chance to fly in the plexi :

effective 1. of the VP-18 patrol
Aug. Central Crammer School in glass noses .

is going to the land of The program, announced In Jacksonville.The bombers., 6' .

the long night. She is on her July, was established to raise the idea for the class origi- Scientists studying the Green Win ForRocketry ';

way to Alaska 3,500 miles away, professional quality of enlisted nated with Ensign; Howard B. land glacier were afforded a ,
to join her husband.. perspective of the Ice-
Marine personnel. At that time, Larew of Attack Squadron 45.. bird's-eye

Marion Taylor Alfred, AC2, one Marine Corps headquarters said Ensign Larew maintains, "Vis- cap from P2V's which carried

of the efficient operators of the about 7,000 enlisted men who did iting a foreign port armed witha them out of Thule, Greenland.

Naval Air Station's Operations not maintain a "high standard", basic knowledge of the lan Meteorologists and aerograph- .

flight clearance department, has and who had a GGT score of less guage will help the individual era were frequent passengers on Four sharpshooters from Fight.

left for the cold country. than 90, would be separated 13 enjoy his visit there' much VP-18 planes. They garnered data er Squadron 172 won Individual'

Marion, who halls from Gilberts to 18 months early and by June mor ." which they sent to the Washington Navy "E's" last week for theiraccuracy I q

ville, Mass, smilingly admittedshe 1955. weather bureau. with rockets at Switzerland .
prefers a cold climate to A Walt D!sn a y cameraman .

Florida's warmth and, sunshine, perched in the nose of a P2V
The "E" winners are Lt. Ray J
too, she said ':Who knows spent considerable time cranking *
may- V. Raehn, Lt. John E. Barkers,
be I'll have fun throwing a few out pictures of:glaciers, icebergsand Lt. (Jg) ,Louis P. Racy .and Lt. .
wild life. Disney is filminga
snowballs. R (qg) Phillip P. Brlska.Lt. .
Her husband is Edwin Alfred, = movie in colored cinemascope.
Parker set the Blue Bolts
AC1, who until last May was f Life magazine photographer,
Mike top; mark with a score of 7 feet.
attached to the Ground Control Rougler, "shot" icebreakersin
Lt. Raehn was next with 18 feet<<:
action from the, nose of an-
Approach Unit 17 at Jackson-
-t. (jg's) Briska and Racy followed .,,
ville, and was transferred to his -M yJ r other squadron plane. 11
with scores
of 20 feet and
Alaskan billet GCA-3 Kodiak. TilE PART .OF SANTA Claus
at 22 feet respectl'cly.Paced ll
Marion, separated from the S/ 4' was played ,by VP-18 which drop-
ped bundles of magazines and by their four marksmen
Navy last week, revealed one W 4 BI the
mail to Air Force lookouts man- racked up a final
incident to
amusing prior I score of 76 feet.
duty at Jax. She received ordersto ning lonely radar stations and to
Comdr. Glen Estes
stranded the Coast is commanding -
personnel on
report for duty at NAF, An- officer of VF-172.
Guard icebreaker Westwind whch
napolis, :Md., where she arrivedat ; .
the was locked in an ice pack.
OOD's at 2000 one night.
No Waves have ever had dutyat The squadron also kept on the ,! Recommission TiconderogaThe
alert for anti-submarine warfare, 32,000-ton aircraft carrie
that Navy station It Is entirely tt. 'q'2tet
its primary mission. It participated USS Ticonderoga, which saw
a "man's world" there -
and with Canadian and British much action in WWII, has been
she was the first Wave everto
warships and aircraft in "N e w recommissioned at the New York
report for duty at NAF.
Broom II," an anti-submarine Naval Shipyard. .
Her .
presence at the OOD's of-

lice threw the place Into a panic r operation. !
J VP-18 pilots spent more than Gold Digger: "So your million .
they didn't know what to do "
5,000 hours in the air during their aire's check bounced on you, did
with her. Washington's Bureauof
J-: '; 1 "'i ;"" w --- 'five months stay In Argentia. it'l"
Personnel was frantically con-
"This high monthly average of Chorus Girl: "Yeah, that louse!'
tacted and her orders changed WORTH WADING FOR-Decorating the landscape at Miami more than 1,000 airborne hours It came back mailed 'Insufficient
immediately and she landed in Is marvelous Mickey Hallet. As any li/efvurd
these days
Beach "
I is
a most commendable record,
Jacksonville. will readily admit, Mkkey Is one cal worth wading for.


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TIME QU1 I Round-Robin Golf

With i Gordon Robbie ; : Tourney Slates

Numerous inquiries have Playoff TuesdayIt's

reached this desk asking

about Pensacola'a fate in n anybody's guess as to who'll

Eastern Navy baseball play at J come out on top when the Yankees .

Norfolk. Might as well start ; and Senators, tied for the

the annual 1 hot stove talk American League championship,

>vith this column. l ::4 meet in a post season playoff

Pensacola's Goshawks, 6 ND Tuesday at the NAS links.

champions, went to the finals. after Starting time for the nine-hole

winning the first three games. s.DEDECKED do-or-die struggle is 1545. Each

After defeating the Norfolk Flyers team ended its season with a 10-5

2-0, in 11 innings in the open mark.

er, Pensacola dropped two straightin NEEDING a whitewash victoryto
the finals to this same Flyer w
claim undisputed possession of

dub the top spot, neither contender
A a d y McAullffe, Uo.hawk could find the right combination

ace hurler, was defeated in the In final I week's matches The

first, of the two losses, with Yanks dropped a point to the Tigers .

(harley StrirkUnd absorbingthe winning 2-1.
final defeat.
BEAVERS-After winning a bevy of championships this past season, the battling Harry Harty and Jim Straterof
McAuliffe hurled the opening Softball Beavers of Fasron 109 took time out last week to gate back at the net results Six titles the' Red Sox split with George
game, won on Pete Fannon's 11th and runner-up honors in the AlrLant tourney brought Fasron 109'' a van-load of trophies and Ayers and Pete Herron, Senators
inning single tp center scoring awards. With "11<&11, the Conquerors" smiles are, (left to right), Tom Herman, Ralph Bennett, Don to the latter from
Scott and Sam Sheppard. The Glidewell, coach Ed Connell, Walter Hammac, Pet Ball, Gene Clifford, Paul Robbins and Jerry postinga
Don Thomas. As an aftermath of a successful! .year, each squad member WAS presented a jacket. Large shutout win. Senators won,
cond game saw Marshall Bailey trophy in middle is Most Valuable Player award voted to Glidewell in the Atlantic Fleet event at 2'-h,
beating .Cap May Coast Guard, Key West.Action.
TilE GIANTS won the National -

70. League bunting with a smooth

Pensacola continued on the up- 2VU victory over the Braves,

suing with a third day victory OpensIn In a battle for runner-up spot, the

over NAS Corpus Christ! behind Dodgers and Phils fought to a

the pitching of Jim Henry. MainsideNet IVl'i!; tie

This was a tournament com The combo of Mike Benak and

posed of Eastern Naval District League Tom Hornebuckle went undefeated

winners. Norfolk NAS opposed' for the Giants. during season's

little Creek, Atlantic Fleet champions Fasron 109 started off the 1954 ji, play.

in the Eastern Navy finalsin Mainside I I intramural 'volleyball .; AMKRICA.N I.KAOVK

Boston earlier this month. No season the same way it ended the ,Tear W. I. r,i.

Jesuits of this or the All-Navy 1953: slate, on the winning road. Yankee ........10 5 ..687Senalora
: ........10 5 ..607Rid
event have been leceived. The Beaver splicers clubbed Two Leagues FormedIn So* ......... 7 ft ..487rtRert
.. ......6t;t IHi! ..4Umilani
You may recall that Little FAW-11 in straight games at the [ ,.. ...... 61 U R'4 .414
White Sol .... .. ft Creek WM the same club to appear losers' court as opening matches

at Maflon Held in the All- in the popular NAS loop were registered NAS NATIONAL LEAUUK
Bowling Play
Navy' )baseball finals last year. last week. Tear W. I. rrt.niunt .
e ... .. ........11 4 ,7DodKei '1.1
While we're picking up loose VC-62 After came dropping back the to first game Familiar faces showed up for the start of the 1051 fall PhllW, ::::::::.715: 7'4<, 7l 7'J 4 :.490.4W;
overpower intramural bowling season at the Mainside alleys this week braves .......... b't "', .414
ends, we'll delve into the more VP-3 in another first week match. Redlega ......... It .400
Tournament also with 19 teamsK entered in battles for two league crowns. Cardinal ........ 5 .10 .333
recent 6ND Golf VF-44 bared its title hopes with
at Pens cola: ,I 1 Calf::;' od l .*&ace: /""'>art E a oho, last: .
an overwhelming victory over I forfeit from FAETU. The Medics -

The NABT outfit from Pensa Fasron Six. I winter's individual champion, are looked upon as strong Sports FromYesleryear

cola took first place with 1256, Tura la Kenuti propelled his VP-18 mates to a threats for the National League

besting Key West Navy by 29 In other matches Operations 40 whitewashing of VP-3, a new crown.

strokes Defending i champion I crunched FA W-11, handing' the comer to league bowling; Edolo In addition to VP-18 two other Another in a weekly feature

Memphis Navy, with two of the Staffers their second straight defeat America League entries recorded that brings to life performances
slammed 589 sticks in pacing the
top throe individuals, took third, and ConununicaUons stopped shutout wins Tuesday. VF-44, on the Naval Air
Patrolmen to a 2471 pin performance
Using 1296 strokes. Supply on the Radiomen's court. despite a strong 2332 pinfall, fell Station sports scene from dusty

Andy "Peanuts; Petnuch of Mainside volleyball matches are victim to FAW11. Tom McDer- issues of the Jax Air News.
pensacola won individual honors scheduled weekdays during the Five 200 games were registered mott, with a 601 series, led the TEN YEARS AQO; TODAY

with a 72-hole total of 302. He noon hour a4 courts of designatedhome in the first two days of play, Edo winners. Coaching staff for the All-

beat out runner-up Joe McDonald teams. It's requested that lo turned the hat trick, getting McDermott and vr-.,', Hviz- Station football team, 1944 version -

of Memphis Navy by three results of all matches are reported 204 and 203 on the way to the 589 I dos crashed the 200 circle with a lined up this way: head

et1!okes. to Special Services each week. game. High for the losers was Al 212 and 207, respectively.In coach Don Faurot, U. of Missouri '

Bill Srarbrough, former Jax IIT'uDlM08or. Andriola with a 467 series. another contest, VF-175 ; John Mason, Colorado

ace, now representing Memphis VC43 .,,.""........W.. 1 L 0 1000?et. Earl Blackstock got a 233 that. blanked VF-22, with, Jack Car. Mines: M a r fy McDonough,*

Navy, finished In third spot Common Operations ...n..n..l...........1 0 0 1000 1,000 may stand up through the season roll's 514 leading the. way. Fitchburg, Mass., High School;

With 309.Fourth Fasron 10* ..m..1 0 1.000 as high game in leading Spe; George Barclay, Dartmouth;
VK-44 ... ...........1 o 1000
place team was Parris Supply "............. 1 :1 ..500Furon cial Services to a 4-0 rout of: Fasron Six Jim Tatum, North 'Carolina;;
. Island\ followed, in this order, by SU ............ 0 1 .000 Transmitters. Monk Edwards, Wichita, Kan:,
FAETU .............,0 1 .000
NAS Cecil Field, Whiting Field, VIM ..................0 1 .000 Hospital gained a win via a High School and Gene Good-
FAW-11 ..............0 :3 .000 Takes City
Pensacola Navy Hospital and :El- reault, U. of Havana:
- - -

Jax"Navy did not field a team. City Two-Ball Golf Participants Keg OpenerDespite Jax Navy pinned, a 6-9 defeat -

Scaibrough. turned in the tour on the Corpus Christi

ney's best one-day effort, a 71 turning in a sour performance Comets at the Texans' home
S e e Invade StatioN Links Sudav Fasron Six had enough' grounds in the Fliers' openingtilt

SHORT PUNTS! The NAS golf strength to whitewash Florida of the new season.
The spacious station BesIdM Kill Owen, and '
outdoor swimming pools closed Weathermakers, 3-0 In an opening Billy Haas and Bill Foulk
course will resemble a Cecil B. duets
Comdr. H other NAS -
for the season yesterday. The yer> match of the Major Bowling won the Junior-Senior golf
DeMllle production Sunday,
Mainside gym opens its doors for in the top division are: League fall and winter season championship, carding a 42.
minus elephants arena
another tomorrow. :Mrs. Lou Abbott-Lew Chaff last week.-
spectacles, as 84 teams, numbering -
With the crystal ball: It worked ((79); Mrs. A. B.: Conner-Lcdr. The Banshees were led ,by Bill
fairly well last week, hitting 168 shot players of the, vie second in a Lou Broso ((83)); Mrs. Bill BarI I Staggs and Vic Cieplinski, each Waves Gage Squad

one out of two selections one-day row-Ed Barnes ((78)); Mrs. Rof with 910 sets. Other league results
Look to Yale to upend Brown, round 'of the City Mixed Two Agard-Ray Kennedy ((82)) and saw McPherson eking outa Boasts 24 Hopefuls
Kentucky to tip LSU, Texas Tech Tourney Mrs. Hugh Culverhouse-F rI\ 2-1 decision over Pepsi-Cola,
Two duets tied for medalist
should lick Oklahoma's Aggies, Mann (80)). led by Jim Dugan's 585. The Jax Navy Waves .basket
honors with 75's during qualifying
UCLA to tip :Maryland and Quan- OTHER NAS entries include: Florid Hotel's five defea.tedJimmie' ball sextet newest addition to
week at
rounds last Hyde
Mco to topple Detroit. First night Mrs. Bill Foulk- Billiards! 2-1, Lyle Wallace station varsity athletic ranks, will
Fatron 109's touch football Park. Miss Frances Frank Owen, Jesse Stephens ((87));; Second turned IB a 'night's high 605 be well schooled when the opening .
Hyde Park, and Comdr. :
hopes will be dealt a stiff blow cards flight Miss Teddy Jackson- for the winners. la another match whistle is sounded late this
Heyer, NAS, month.
upon the departure of Ralph with Mrs George Norris, Hyde Mike Benak ((90)); Mrs. Lou Phillips 66 edged Oorty's, 21.
Bonne. "Beanfall pass and Gingrich-George Malaria (90)); Meanwhile, in tU taU and win. The coaching triumvirate' of
Park and E. V.. Langston
kick '001 a antler Brentwood after first round Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rents (89)) ter edition,of the Veteran's BowlIng Matt Kurilich, Jack Lucovsky and
and :Mr. and Mrs. George Ayers League, the NATTOenUr Marines Will Gentry is drilling' a field of
Park this week.
play at Hyde '
A "fisherman" fc anyone who IT REQUIRED a Score of 83 ((92)). downed B. S. H., 1-1. .Jacksonville 24 candidates on fundamentalsand

takes fish commercially or other- or better to make the championship Third flight, Mrs Casey Terminal defeated Cohen conditioning.

wise, with hooks, nets, spears, flight of 16 teams Maze-Roland Grant ((94)). Brothers by the same score. Drills are held Monday, Wed.

poison, dynamite or any other with two duos with that total Third round play begins Mon In the final match of the eve- nesday and Thursday evenings at

method AH "angler" is a sport being; given first flight assignments day at Brentwood, to' last. all ning, the summer-league cham- 1900 In the NATTCenter gym,
fisherman who us hook and via a drawing. wtfek pion Gators blanked the Jokers, Building :513. Newcomers are wel

!ine. 30. conled.ape .



30 September, 1054 JAX AIR NEWS .. Palo, Sete.APPS s

Air News One Of Few
SPORTS R .A Storekeepers
To Pick WinnersIt's

RoundupBy a matter of record now

Tie Gunnies Jax Air News' editor It
Armed Forces Press Service)
( among the very, very few
Army' and Navy continue their( 2 among& the nation's horde of
war Nov 27. .This will be
newspapermen: who picked
conflict in series which For Grid Lead
the 55th a both the Cleveland Indians and
began back in 1890. Army has
the New York Giants to win.

won 28, Navy 2%. There have Aviation Ordnanceman School: Although the sports desk

been four ties. The future doesn't Clans A, and Aviation Storekeeper selected Chicago in the American .

look too bright for CoU )Earl School bounded into a tie for and Brooklyn in the National "

BUlk's charges He has only ten I top rung of the NATTCenter the editor noted at the
touch football ladder' after first time that he disagreed with
returning( from 1953.
week action the selection and named his

Eddie Erdelatc Navy's head gild The Gunnies and Storekeepers own-which turned out to be

mentor, has 1S'veterans: return- i recorded a pair of victories. AO a prize pick.

ing.OM (A) turned the tables on Naval

thing for sure. When these Air. Weapons Systems School 7-2,

two teams meet, throw out past : then disposed of Aviation Electri HAS Grid Loop

performances, forget about returning cian's Mate School, Clas A, 13-6.
lettermen, lean back and enjoy Lists Full CardA
AK School kept with the Gun
football's most colorful and
nles by defeating the Marines, 21- full slate of ten games H

traditional classic. 6, and Training Facilities, 136. listed in the Mainsid touch ftei.

More gridiron flashes Dick' "MAN, irs fAST;"Thinks H mer Rouse right ., YT-3, Jack Pinter spearheaded the winners ball league next week. Two

Footer, "out.tandlng'Brock.. of M he lags the leather f.... a 12-yard gain fa opening action a* the stout running attack. games today and a pair temoneosj
1950" at Vanderbilt University, Maiitflde teck football league at Stdi.m field last week. Offering .
Terswanel Blacked close out this week's action,
candidate for a starting s for Rouse is Eddie; Karetiki and llm B relf. Ceasing
is a leading leis
in at aa nidfnUfled VC-' player. The Hankies tioMd'YCCt ?ra1Mt sy defending champions, Tb.M4tKf.. M

berth on the Maria Cherty It.4. Fifteen teams are in the race for t arh fftotKtlflMwSi. moved Into the winning track 'witha VF-22 CVG-17 vs.Vf.0]' lOt, ',94dluM...".....
Point, X. C., Flyer Ft. Mow this year. Games are bald weekdays at 1615 at SUdiam aad M a-
mouth, N. J., opens a ten-game' tin Fields, bordering Yorktown Street. 7.0 victory over) Personnel.In VT-44 Vf. KXRTU.rri.Ujr.Ort.SUdlitM.
-- third place with one victory JtP-a ... Furon Six, Mutiln.
schedule Oct. 1. Coaching the Slgnaleers
Is Airman Preparatory School, Mtmdir. CM. 4
is I.. It Dirk Fryer, for Showdowns Hospital va. VC4i, UdlwM.
halfbaok at the of Come Early 12-0, victor over NAWI School. rNrOlt lOt vs. 0 ft, lfu 4ia' ,
mer University Special Services, fourth. place '1'.....,.. 0... t
Arkansas Hob Meyerv, a : CVG-17 vi. SuWjr StMluM.vris .
occupant tripped Personnel, 7-0, vr-zf iiustiH.
w :
standout with Stanford's 52 Rose In HAS I after fighting AE (A) School to a "'.......,r, *>**. '
Bowl team and Quantieo, Va., Football Circuit VP-3 VI. NARTU 51.4ht".
4-6 ctandiUlt. .. .
the VF. vi. r-rnmnel. Ii uet I.
tar in 53, now wears scarlet
MAD DvormafeTraFac Thr 4jr, 4>rt. 7VP18
and gold colors of Camp Lejenne, I I I vi. Fciron SU, SU4luM.Opeiattoni .
Fasron Six made the
forecasts look food
preseason N. C. The Lejeune Leathernecks: holds fifth place with vi. VP-M. Mucus
the Banshees delved into the bar of tricks last week 1
Tech's "B" to score. one win and a loss while AK (A) 'ROSaUl'll.:
meet .
Georgia I Supply J va o *
a pair of touch football victories in week's actionin
hospital .
vs CVG-17. Miiiila.
Oct. 22.Great. I School follows with a JOBS and tie 0 ,
the popular Mainside grid circuit
Cellar dwellers are Marine
Lakes Naval TiainlngCenter Faaron Six assumed the sometimes .
III., expects to equal last I unenviable role of top-heavy goes against Furon Six. with one loss and NAWS School .
and Personnel, each with a pairof
season's record of. seven wins In favorite by defeating Hospital, 20- FTANDINGRTY.1a
I I ( rrl4.y. r'rlt. t4)T..r ) setbacks HQHly
10 Fifteen veterans are
games. Ill, after knocking off VF-22, 20-
W. L. T. Tat.
returning and All-American Ber- 7, earlier in the week FurOtl Six ....... 2 e 0 1.0(10
ale> Mowers, "who gained national II The Banshees used the new sev Personnel ........ 1 0 e )..onoO&
: R .,. .....,... 1 0 .e 1.00(
fame with the Purdue Boilermakers ea.maJru to good effect by installing VF-44 .. ........ 1 G .1 ,7.0Fazron ( Arid Eras Pmi S.n Js.)
has been added to the lot ....... 1 I 0 .!m QUESTIONS ,
"Passin Parker" Oillam
() ations .600VP3
roster I I into an already fine running p'r ..n..:::::: I I 1 : :son < 1. What is the size and w..0\1.(
IIOlllital .......... l 0 t. .
The always powerful Quantico game. In tipping the Hospital Vies Y .::::::::::: : : 0 1 ;oooV1la ", ,' ...\5" ,"..'.. of 2.a What regulation is the hockey score of puck a ?feats. '
Va. Maiinev coached !.t. Ol. I Fasron Six eliminated al 'f : \
by seven, .....tin... e 0 0 .000 ,;.i>', ,, 'fIf.
Job. T. Hill will meet the 'University I I threat to title plans. I .. 0 .000 \ :. felted basketball gamer d l
key ffiu :::::::::.0 l g ;.000VI"11
of Detroit Oct. 1. Quantl- Benny B ots Beavers ............o 1 0 .000 3. Who was the leading grou'"f
,C\'G.IT ....... ..0 2 0 ,000 "
in National
io's line has been bolstered by Personnel ,, f,. gainer the F etba$

the addition of Steve "IkeEisen- made Defending its 195i champion debut a successful '(:;...:: ; League In 1952?

hauer, an All-American guard in one, if not impressive, defeating NAWS Paces ..j.T'; :: ... 4. What'f the penalty for roughing
'52 and '53 while at the Naval CVCM7 M-12. Dave Hildreth ,' the man kicking the point
alter touchdown? i
Academy, s to two TDs and scored one :.
passed Center KegCompetition { 6. How much did the Yankee
The New York Knickerbockers himself, on a heave from Jerry
I for Joe DiMaggio in 1936
pay i
of the National Basketball Assn., Thornae to pace the Personnel- ANSWERS '

have signed Ray Sonnenbrrg tap-
I 1. It weights 5i-! 6 ounces and
fain of St. Louis University's '52 OpefaUonn J looked strong in
Is one inch in thickness and three
cage team. Last year the 6' (" belts, CVG-17 22-, then ran Into Naval Air Weapons systems 'A k y +' Inches in diameter.

eager played with the Andrews VF-44. dropping a 19-12 tilt. I School is pacing l the 10-team .::4 f ry p G. .
2. % .
AFB Md., Rockets, Interservice In another tilt, OAR squeakedby NATTCenter intramural bowling "" s a
S. Dan Towler of the L. A;;
hoop champions Fordham'snew NARTU, 15-12. league after two weeks of action. ".x war
Rams with 894 yards.
faculty moderator of athleticsis After losing to Hospital via the The Weaponeers blanked Commissary
4. If the kicker misses, he get
the Rev. Stephen J. Meaay, forfeit route due to late appearance 4.0, while runner-up Marine r

!S. J., who was chaplain of the I on the field, Fasron 109, on Air Detachment was doing 4c E+ ?s+ another chance at the point
5. The Yanks
purchased Joefrom
165th Inf. R gt- (the Fighting the accurate am of Ralph Bennett j likewise with AOB) School.
the San Francisco Seals fe.
69th) during WWII downed VP-3, 140.
In other activity, )
I $25,001 and five New York play
The Naval Air Station Comets .Key Tilts Scene School's defending kings shut out era

from Corpus Christ!, Tex., this It was limply a matter of the Personnel, (.0, AKA( ) School \ i .

year's 8th Naval District baseball Beaver's air arm having too much.I downed AEB( ) School, 8-1 and F" 1k _

champs were the only Navy for the Huskies' sluggish defense. I Special Services blanked AOA) MAD KEGLER Mike De Camp LejeNRg Site

team to compete in the National It is requested that School 4-0. Santo of the Marine Aviation
I Detachment NATTCenter, recently Of Fleet Calf MM!
Baseball rtpreaenta.1
Congress regional tourney tives of each circuit The NATTCenter volleyballleague I I ( captured the Sweepstakes )

held in Sinton, Texas.. Although names of men scoring commences action Tuesday, Division of the Veterans A group of five golfers It tarrying

the Comets 'were defeated respective team to help facilitate Oct."I, with eight teams expected Bowling League by rolling a the colors of Com Air Lantin

in the tournament, they went complete coverage of games in the to enter play. Matches will be high individual game ef 242, the Atlantic Fleet Golf Tournament
and high set of C12. De Santo
home with a" trophy-for being Jax Air News each week. I held weekdays at 1130 at Building also won the high individual at Camp Lejeune, N. C., this,

the "Best Dressed Team" in the In key battles next week, Fas 513. game prise ever the season witha week 1

tourney. ron 109 test 0 Jb R and VP-3 244 *c ore.I The which
quintet, departedhete \

I I Middle East Marvel Belies Time-Worn 'Two Heads' Theory I men from Saturday ComFair consists Jax of and four one

from Com Fair Quonset. No results

Oodles and oodles of copy is wrestling Judo, soccer, basketball, I gan playing volleyball teams by couldn't stand the crowded conditions were received at presatime.

written daily on the exploits of track, badminton. Any sport, you himself at six-to-one-odds. Amonghis Representing Air Lant are: > d

the world's outstanding athletes name it! victims were the Camp Gordon When playing alone Abdoh Barnes, champion of VA-45; Dick

and teams. You think your favorite However, Abdoh excel ill vol. Ramblers, Third Army gets three volleys, the usual num.ber Diversi, Fasron 108, Brunswick,

marathon swimmer or 20-game leyball. He's defeated some of the champions.He for a regulation team play. Me.; Comdr. Frank Heyer, FAW

winning pitcher IB terrific. Dig Army's top six-man volleyball downed Walter Reed's championship Ing with( six heads and a docen 11; Bill Foulk, Fasron 109, and

thief! teams-single-handed. intramural squad by a hands pick Clark, FAWTU Last key

A candidate for athlete-of-all- A native of Iran, Abdoh claims 15-2 count. This fall, the Iranian With an uncanny: ability to West

time honors is among his achievements, the whiz( hopes to face the Washing sense. where his opponents wiN .
with an Army private scholastic high jump record of ton Military District team. hit the ball he sets up his own "Can the average woman take
an Arabian moniker
Alt Mohammed Abdoh.Nights Teharan the Iranian bicycle racing If he beats them, he hopes to return with two soft taps that a joke?"

mark for eight kilometers and oppose the All-Army champion. place it high and near the net. '1 think the average van WI

THE 24-YEAR-OLD athletic instructor two national amateur boxing Says he would consider using a Then, leaping high into the air, proof of that"

at Walter Reed Hospital championships. partner in this tussle he spikes the ball so hard the S e .

is a one-man sports gang AFTER ENTERING this country THE FACT REMAINS, Abdob other team find it almost impossible "Alimony," said the sergeant, '

Me plays and teaches boxing and the U. B. Army, He be- used to play with a partner, but .. Make a return. (AFP8)) "Wi the 'paywkyo than'

. . . . . . . o. . .I

a ,Page Eight, JAX AIR NEWS :30 September, 1954rmmm

n.Y Veto Of Three Bills May Set I

FOR KENT : Precedent FQr.Sur.vivors' Aid

river. Ernie's
:3 rm. cottage on Three private Dins passed by

Fish and Trailer Camp, Orange y' '" Congress to give sums of money man would have been retainedon

Park.;> to survivors of servicemen have active duty for treatment if

3 rm. turn apt., $50 mo. 1816 N. been vetoed by President Eisen- the cancer had been discovered,

2nd. St. Ph. 112- -285 Jax P y .1 and the board
Sp. y E hower, and his veto messages may may accordingly

..Beach. .1'I'I establish precedents for handling vote both the' gratuity and pay

3 bdrni. brick. home, 4369 Timu- cases of these'types iri the future; difference.

.'quana Rd. Ph. 8-4344, Det .n- THE THIRD CASH, covered the
One concerned
court. kL. t payments outlawing of VA payments to
; under the_ servicemen's Indemnity ,
2 bdrm. furn apt., 2315 Park St. survivors of servicemen who die
Act of 1951., Because of divorce
Ph. 7-8338, liol/ompack. while serving court-martial sentences -
proceedings pending at the time
2: bdrm. furn. house, Orange Park. of confinement In vetoing -
of the husband's death, it took
Ph. 8-8244, Sadler. this one, the President. pointed
the government some time to de-
2 bdrm. furn. apt 'Ph. 2.0291, out that under the law when a
termine if the widow was en-
Hanks. serviceman dies in confinement,
titled to $7,000 under the Indem-
Widow villl share home with couple it' his beneficiaries are not entitledto
i nity Act. Twelve installations
2105* Lakeshore Blvd Ph. the ordinary VA survivor' benefits -
worth 780.36 had accumulated
2-1592 or 2-6539, Smith., P"r whether he died in line. of
for her before the government decided I
3 rm. furn. gar. apt., $75 mo. 2601 duty or not.
4i in her favor. Two days before -
Park :St. Ph. 8-2770, Houston.
{ v she was to get the check. ,
/Will share I home with couple or __ ._._.__.n.m.n.n..n.m.nm..n mn .__ n______ she died. -
business 1400 Avondale I ,
woman, REAR
HERE'S HOW IT'S WORN-Comdr. Wilson It. Bartlett, acting 'THE LAW PROHIBITED payment RANK

: 'Ave Ph. 2-7853, Cheatham.'S commanding officer of NATTCenter, shows newly commissioned t>t indemnity benefits to her

rm furn.,, apt., $7.50 mo. 4459 Ensign Robert Gallaher how an officer's cap should be worn. estate, and the entire $7,000 wentto
Collins Rd. Ph. 112-8-4.551, Ab- Gallaher was commissioned In the medical services corps after '
the servlcem .n'.. parents, next
bott. serving over seven years as an corpsman.
in line as beneficiaries. However,
2 bdrm. turn. house, 2820 Harvard
the widow's estate claimed the
St. Ph. 88-8654, Mobley.I Corpsman Mail Christmas Parcels I
$7 0.36, and a bill was voted by
rm. furn. apt. Ph. 8-1760, Bal-
Overseas Before Nov. I Congress to satisfy the claim.
lentine Years
Christmas parcels for mem- The President ruled that this bill 4t
1 rm. unfurn. apt., 2906 Cherokee '
bers of the Armed Forces over was contrary to the clear gen-
Ave. Ph. 2- 326, Whlttington.
Wins CommissionA seas should be mailed between ,eral policy of the law, stating
2 rm.: apt., $42 'mo. 814 Murray
Oct. 15 and Nov. 15. that if the law governing payments -
Dr. Ph. 2-6383, Collins big step up the ladder -was
The Defense Department has to military survivors is to
1 bdrm. unfurn. house. Ph. 3- 4.22, taken by Ensign Robert E. Galla-
announced that boxes addressed be changed for one, it should be
Stanley her who received commission
I to an Army or Fleet Post changed for all; and if not forall
t rm. furn. gar. apt., $C5 mo. Into the officer ranks after seven
Office should not exceed 70 then not.for'
2512 College St. Ph. 7-9601, and half enlisted
a years as an Inches
pounds and 100 in length The second case concerned an
Smith :hospital
S corpsman and girth combined. Air parcel illness that ought 'to have been

nom. SAL.fi! I lIe was presented his commis- post may not exceed two discovered by a medical survey
sion in the Medical Services pounds.-AFPS( ). board but wasn't. The husbandwas To Show Film
2 bdim., CBS home, GI Loan, low
Corps Wednesday by Comdr Wilson
recalled from retirement in
&5217 :Marlene Ave.
R. Bartlett, acting commanding 1947 and released in 1948 after On 'Crusade'"Dilly

Hooks. officer of NATTCenter, where been declared fit
having by a
Civilian .Golfers .
S bdrm., l'/i baths, gar. attached.
Ensign Gallaher had been servIng
board of medical examiners. In Graham and The London
10950. Ph. 8-3267, 2756 Bay-
view Rd.f Bartens. as the assistant 'to the Ad- the latter1 part of that year, the Crusade," and hour-long documen-

ministration officer in the Dis- Eye Tournament ,
man died of cancer. tary film portraying the historic
Asbestos shingle cabin on Lake
pensary. TilE WIFE CLAIMED six evangelistic campaign in England
Htllcreat. Ph. 2-2018, Rio. Civilian employees of the Naval
Enlisting In the Navy In Feb. months' gratuity, the difference last year, will be shown o1.the.
,1 bdrn! frame house. Fit Loan I Air Station! have ,their
1947, he received, Ms Corpsman eyes between the retired pay that her station this week.
1309 McArthur St. 'Ph. 2-6969
focused on their annual golf
Barnett.. training at the Hospital Corps husband drew for ten months in Depicting the events which cap-

School at San Diego He servedas championship tournament, qualifying 1948 and what his active duty tured the headlines of newspapers -
| bdrm. CBS home, GI Loan. 5457) rounds for which will
4 assistant to begin and magazines for weeks
the Chief of pay would have been, and his ,
Klngsbury! Ave. Ph. 8-4296, liarS -
Oct. 11.Entrants,
Medicine at tthe Naval Hospital doctor and hospital bills.. Con- the film includes scenes at Waterloo
.. SMISCELLANEOUS Annapolis, Md., before' be- can qualify anytime gress voted her $5,437.21 the I Station, Wembley Stadium,

ing transferred to the USS during the week of Oct. 11 ten month retirement pay difference Harringay Arena, which was packed -
Leyte (CV-82)). through Oct. 17 at the Naval Air plus medical costa The to capacity night after night,
Hide wanted from Azalea Trailer I
lIe has been stationed at the Station course. All qualifying President vetoed this on the special meetings in Trafalgar
Park, Lot 7, to NAS, 0730-1600.
Ph. ext. 522, Adams US Naval Hospital, Long Beach, cards, which will be turned in at I grounds that she ought to have Square, Cliff Barrows and the

Riders wanted from Jax Beachto NAS Trinidad, Naval Medical the pro desk, must be attested.It got both the pay difference and .3,000< voice choir, George Beverly

0 & R and return, 0700- Center, Bethseda, Md., and the is pointed out that all partici- the death gratuity, or neither, Shea singing, and Billy Graham

1530. Ph. 5-5009, Plank. Naval School of Hospital Adminis-. pants declare their intentions to since both depended on if he should preaching.

Desire to Join motor pool from I tration. qualify as they register at the have been retained on active duty, i I All military personnel and their

I course. and she was not entitled to medi- dependents may see this film. No
Springfield section to NAS daily Ensign Gallaher holds the Navy
cal costs since the government admission will be charged. The
Ph. 5-3943, 527 W; 23rd St., Occupation medal for both Eu-
One lady driver to another: provided medical care for retired schedule is as follows: October
Nassau. rope and Asia, the U. N. Medal,
"The thing I don't like about military people. 3, Building( 804, 1930; Oct. 6,
Riders wanted via Park and Mc- Korean Service ribbon with two
parking is that loud crash. The president did hint that the Nav Hospital Theatre, 2030; Oct.
Duff thru Avondale. Ph. 8-2098, stars, a Korean Presidential Unit ..... -.,,. ......__ ,","_n ____
V, 41/1.111; rung xiou, 173u.
Long. and other medals.He >

Will exchange duty with an AD3 is a native of Hot Springs,

At NAS Jax. Erasto C. Flores, Ark. lIe is presently awaiting orders We _Can Stop Russia,

AD3, NAAS. Operations, 'San- from the Bureau of Naval AF Chief DeclaresThe

ford, Fla. Personnel, Washington, D. C nation's air defenses are

Bernon M. Smith, Jrv SA, of USS .
now good enough to possibly forestall -
John W. Weeks (DD701) at
any attack by the Russians,
NAS Norfolk wishes to exchange FPQ AnswersQuestions
according to Air Force Secretary
duty with any SA at NAS Jax
Harold Talbott.
6 .
( on Page 2))
He Implied that U. S. defenses

Capt. DeLongContinued 1. C02, dry chemical or car- would be able to destroy more

bon tetrachloride. than half of any attacking fore

( from Page 1) 2. Soda and acid or water can. when he said that he did not believe -

ficer, Fleet Air Seattle and chief 3. Foam,. CO2 and dry chemical "the enemy would attackif

staff officer, Fleet Air Wing I \;F he thought he would lose 50

4. 333. 4:; percent of his "
Eleven Jacksonville o weapons. (AFPS)

A 1932, graduate of the Naval 5. All fires regardless' of size, --- 4 S 5 -

Academy, Capt. DeLong also attended should be .reported to fire depart-

the Armed Forces Staff ment even (if extinguished. Jax_ Hurricane

College. He holds the American 6. Suggest you check with your ,(Continued from Page 1))

Defense Service Medal; American supervisor. Crane .is doing a magnificentJob

Area Campaign Medal, WWII Victory 7. Regulations prohibit use of for the .Navy,':v Sawyer,"

Medal, Navy Occupation Service other than, safety-type matches. he says. From all quarters the

,. 'Medal, National Defense Service 8. Observation will answer thin squadron personnel echo the.
Medal, Korean Campaign 9. Heat, fuel- oxygen. same feeling: "We think its

Medal and United National Defense 10. Phone fire chief, at extension great," they say. '

Medal. 324. Not only are t Hurricane.

If you scored 10, right, FPQis Hunters able to follow ,their

Angry Father: "What do :you 100, or excellent; '8 right, '80 __________m___m fortunes dally; but they ale

mean by bringing my daughter or good; ,6 right, 60 or fair, If TV GOES UP AT ANCHORAGE The Anchorage, the enlisted way ahead of the rest, of 'us.

home at this hour in the morn, you.scored: below 6, :you are, dan-. men's club at Mainside, has added a new 21-inch TV.set- They know Just what's In store(

lDC'r geroualy close to becoming a''sta and just In time for the World Series. Left to right are: ,John 'with' Sawyer:and'
Sailor: "I had to sir; liberty tistic. Some '12,000 persons died Trimble, club manager; Robert Page, ADC, of NAS Special ServIces -; they have adrance'copies oC
and Delbert Burton, ADC, NATTCenter Special Service, who't ,
!. sip et 0730." last )year from fires. .t the .the strip.
. I. .. .1 .. set ,fqr performance.! .