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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 7, 1954
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VOL-12 No.28 '" UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 7 October, 1954

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Home of Commander Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval District; Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville; Fleet Air Wine 11; Naval Air Technical Training Center
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Air Force ,Navy Makes

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Polio
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Navy EndManeuvers > > '; .

Mercy FlightTears ? S .

and hopes mingled on the ,: w

quarterdeck at NAS Operations

Tuesday when seven-year-old

"A valuable practice in Gary ChambUss,'*Jucksonville boy
teamwork" is the way Capt. stricken with :aollp in late Aug.Vst .

Theodore 0. Dahl, Commander was flqw. |{: J:>y the Navy while
Fleet Air Wing Eleven, described js'tilt in an/iw>H lung tQ last week's joint Na- Una Corftaftcent Hospital'

vy-Air Force submarine hunt- (,1 ensboI ',N. C. 'j I'
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ing exercise. ; 4 e te&rf? vere shed by fry'N. s I "
During the week, the target :Mother\ ,f M8 J: n.. Ctaftbltai:, CAP*. EDWIN S. J. YOUNG1kIlEves'Capt'Teodore

submarine USS Sea Cat was spot o awt , ted and "killed" with electronic 'r '-" Her 'jm,bJuVd',\{:and you g4 son, Eleven ,*' "
gear 13 different times by FAW- RUBBING .SES-Navy P2V-5 (right), piloted by EnskIEugene \. k,j tniniy.a'gtlbeystrlckegboy: \ was .
bombers and Air Force Paquette of] Meet Air Wing Eleven, and a B-29, floiyx' ; ;
11 patrol '
by Lt. Lawrence'.Smith, stand nose to nose, showing how they* :hfe[ j f rtmf;!thju }Iron jftm g i4 the.h"nJ C
B-29 Superfortresses. put the squeeze! oa.:the enemy last week. The enemy.tarret,"' ..?: \ttJJc1f'f, : (p, the 'jrpi) ,lung a pfY oll.dg
Captain Dahl said, ''The exercise the submarine US&Sea; Cat,.which FAW>11 and Air ForceJplJotf; .iNtatled l toy T0peatt: (>ri.mten, -
was particularly worthwhilein stalked off Mayport_ 'in the first Joint service sub-hunting exercise, ;etueycreu's'thdig( ep/;.

acquainting the Air Force i' n'eor d ,va-rJt:. ; f .___ _._ ''jV trt; J, :iloun La?atl*.t ;":;VlO.: ..' Il.CoN'ard Takes :Reins

crews with Navy procedures for [First Tim$: lax JNavy #.:\j; r b 1 AID i makgbld t thud ;',
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tracking marin s. ,>$ ra ,;'mercy fllght) 'to p recp..boro.yIlia \ '1.:
il-2rltlot Comments ; co-pilot\Wa y}) Y*or-; t : I

Pilot of;$not the fc-29's; CApi. Jives Host SixteentAnnual t. r T :<.bees)\. ; ADO '). .of\, .r. j. ''. '':. I' Of Wing ',ii.: ,:.'': -

Earle Na$$$ommented, 'W9;; not actuaiJ}! score a hit on'the c. i t ", '. : sris his flltherf'or.; : ,N ''WUOx: } Capt. Theodore 0. Dahl will
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target su6 ft.( ut i6.the our people:winedan :'Meet l Next We!"k"{; ; ; !y 1i Caroline ,{l&ge f tl i 'and hand over:,the keys!: 'w'hi ':of-

Insight|iji probjeipntf TJ\6mas Chapel!,"'eng! eer'tz"' ; : ,flce this ') eek od 113 *'Ciwh'mahder -
Navy bongtf face in ;searching fcyke's Hospital' whfre'?\: h 4;' bGy, ofF.I e4t; Air'"Wirig
out subs We41iiofrntensive) t} preparation will come to a GUn1xhs Y ( >;; 'JIU, been a patient Itor,*tbe' +aaCeeyetal Floyd to- CAptdwin'S.r''J. *

"Subnlaritte : eertait l t..,r" lot day rvtietral}! ;Ciub No. 86 will be 1 ti+ t' 1'4gategattendfn ; weeks? .(, .t'*, \ Ybirmg."CQaxstngtto< >: .'
more e1uavgthan 4h era! : :, jail: the Navy ht'rio 1.! a6"IXtcig2 ( tax horn..t.b&icUic i iF1eJ
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public tWnkTheytecting y,: M C11.?o f :yoU Club o!. .lmQrka, slated/or.. &&;.11 to J5delcgates In Jacksopvtjet4: f.i'So r Mercy nJgh "io/t. .c.(1t ij..,. > ,fIwbeze .11. "Hrv: ea'!..icier
even wc rl,3ou{re looklyugx4t.themfrom O'b i';,the >.' xe: P ret -1 manding flwfrjjft t. ; f 8f Cecil ,bore Hospital. Fo:'nfeenUify ;Jn 9t'"JBttf: to. l Corn mbnderCarrlertslon ;

f1n. a.t If.J1e. .\ aJmP as s nut!, al all of th.;H: *p Field, will gtveh welc6m Vad'' ,1.atalling, an lrofl.jft l 11i the'afr; *!( pile, Captan( "" 'Young's

weaponsa+giie 'discoya iwi de- ters locateat; Naval *talatoisin dress. .;:.' :, .II.erafft 'the Operations ,Ma' intewcecrewiwaMcomcxteriyed > >?'4w 11. .cgmmaM? : Wilt Embrace i4lrtatrol
!ptei q,jj jJhe ooine : 't V : ;
l suite ; ,
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up
hand service scjuaxironsFleet
thVitai.! and at soma forelgn I Following a but eiw'-seisjon ; t } a,13uAer;, : '
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with their ;Writing e f get- { : ; bli. ihe'tlantic; t *
a'lt'I ,," \ rel.; Wtll.i arrive sun a'F;vvttq J Wednesday, the/ w V, ilitr iyei] f : 'aptsta. Dahi, who;;jiaa headed: ;,

B-29 Is kdesignedT\: high.;lti- the aspder: flue here' ;',prior-M:'toregistratipn'7fonday 1 down the Florfda"tloAst': t ,iol'yfaitB 4YEaTWER.OUTLOQKfl'rday 'r4w h. the past 13 t>1onths,.:will

tude bombing. I i morntng f;[;;: ; !;Augustine an4tartneYand..\c $ ;':Partl'. 'clod
Exehauge ;lpl a:', A fullweek of event Ib: nursdal' ,morning Miele at""' 'wile1 .,SaturdrryIntly''cldudyl:? j scut- *''in WUhtntOh/D:\O..;for M
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Throughout t;; ,.thej: ',VP. tk, :. .,. : : 'inde' <",< ::; p ," ,
l y 4. ,"r"", f. planned by, For : OnY.; C >ne' .Rational'] 'ottic',3endatboon } tetect"ahower" ) > assignment on! the" Boardof' Ins
(Please Turn .to pagezcpt'il; vention Chairman. To ri upthQ' : ; .till:enjoy s i 1 uicheort.d. 'S\Jrida1 "i'axZl cloudy! : ""scat&ered pecUon. ''' and' Survey,, .. Kt 4::, .. :,?
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...,. ;';,; curtain, national !i, VW i|ll i rFAsitastafaUon'ba : +
< : office .i : | $jnitA9 ,' .-tliutierahoWda1'ek... .. ., ." ., ;
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for /board ; > hJ 'teuure Bahl
convene meetinif: gveCC. j Daring' Captain ,
DeIeeFiAppI the| Seminole Hotel, headqu'arVr{ :: : Off ch'ed' \ 1 had% ;ihe dlstincUon of' holding
Oqt U \ ; .
tded:10 Thtiradayxeveftaiigr; wt e ids Table 1 i
; fox:tide convention, Mondays! Oap t xgiuix'sx>:'i'bach l ; li liii !uHcKeon;?:, at the NAS Chief's ;Club! / otflcer;;ot ; M; phicIdpeacei IUOU j \ ;?xW ,; same time. In.:"addition., to
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i A.Ata P.t.G; :X.M.P..)'. Kb FAWNlit
.f. t t.hWhtCb.i time Comdr. John7l; >,;: oar;b \ /f ,. Aew' PEt, 'fcW. ::42S! .1 ::09:: lo4; ;the captain handled the;.top
.D :r p11icliy"(? : 1 ;$,. executive office t (<-;.;A i" t .tn4\tIMot+ 'close 8at e<:,< :45Y: 5142' ;'x,104: -i1g':: Jobs as,;;Commander! :Flee tjOur

"" "l.V : ,., :.;.:}+11Personntt.1 W ,'iweleome ;delegates aboard. national'qofft4er; l' wlt!', 1l: h> un tf tI. i 1lM:: Jacksonville' and Fleet Air Wings
} it ed, :; :w .l ;;>g'a .moinlo; ., : : _
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Piirl'ng' .
:: ; the'; rnoon, the group : Atlantic 'Fleet for a period. of'i
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feel tleykme, !: t;' a3equ: erntx: win;:;be .UJi eon::$tQur Nof* faci: n10nw.., ." >... .
have t :; ; / ; :-k .
untl-betts 8pp1tk t0 F' U"teie.tj: ; ; :
Ills i replacement! YOu g,
the NaY&\J\ .Hfser J5tpificer\TraUvr 1 :+eAT Jigoo; MONDAY,:+.the' ;off .' j.1 '," '.......... claims: ,n jReilOQ-la9ked: c a rye g r
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ing Corpjt/pwgram; ; ( \ L Cell ,t 7.., + ,
mvea tflubof I : b: Naval, v'' Includlpgrdttaabo} trd fiye different
Najry!| ira<))115fl'' ar subioUIa Atf"':"ststioti''\ .will, enUrtaiftv: *h
rcqust ttY'4tieircanding't' ; # yleitorwttb,;<..jt :;. at, .tha 'Oft1.: '}'he ness \vin8(1'ornmanderwra.] (;( : i
ccr"fyA ,t'b 9\i/i8i'\inust\i \ be in '
ceriCIttLtl ei ; they *wtft:' ;iWwife' I graduated; from,the; Naval Acade-<
the haidst"fXnformation\ : greeted by': ) r e 42olin s:. 1i,' ttijr' !In 11928( ?; fer recetyinglhis
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'Educati
and } 'pf9.ce'. Building ;' of\,\ thahea;y+ommftniJlng: ; officer >s/ coveted goJdfvVylngs in 1931,: Captain
955 To'betigii :t ; Of &ASi: : 'at thio speakers 4VNxf Young; served with;: scoutingand
\ ;ly($jrtMst\ be,an tabli:.Will; ,be. :Mrs,'..ilohn P rryJwifeiro't : figher;squadrons on thefcat-..
enlisted
;r Mn, ;at 1east,17, but : the Commanders FleetAlriJaclcasonville tier USS ,Lahgley. ;:
whose 21st bkthd.1y,isAot until : .
and officers'oz: :J fin
JulY fllJ A5eptlonj'will' be the national i and. local Navy .Wives the middle thirties he Clew
made, oivtyezR Diorpersonnelwith ; .: Club,1t.n4,"the*',Otftcer.Wlvel; >l: Club;;' with Patrol Squadron 6 in the Hawaiian
Pr: vlp\.l ,_,,:Cci1l1@g, .credits.You'must' '
: ; : The ropning'session'of the Convent'ion"Wu1' Islands, attended the Na. '
H 4-Jtign'choolr{ ; graduate -
be night at val Academy Post Graduate
'Monday -1
'mu $
r Irave'pasaedegaivalentiJ ; the 'Semlnble! : present will'( be frt / School, and'served on the battleship
AJi:8CNo::! :$iie. will% Rear Xdrnv.; ohn Perry,'.C Jnn1and- USS' California.Captain .

accepted ,!$MJ: enUsfro ens, ex. .. er.'-AirtJacksonvilJe,'' :Mayor Young was executive
pires .b ;:;-
4re e5ept 1,1193L r' 6f
Haydon'Bumr Jacksonville and officer of 'Scouting Squadron 71
Under>F the 'ml r m" thNavy: Other" officers the
: Wgh-rsjildrig naval! J' ; a yy aboard carrier USS Wasp just
will send ehlijie personnel to and -civic.
; before Japan attacked Pearl Har
colleges 'w' ql| "payeollegees.Books ; : ', fiE; '
? bor. '
I T 1 > ; delegates. willbQlda ;
'and I rM ,
unifortnsV1U be = ,
supplied
vand students will .receive: ; ;: spe-pia- Memorial/.Service ,_... / '
and';bysinejM session during the DurUfg the war he was assignedto
"'' TO VF-ZZ..The ,Cavaliers of FJl'hter.SquadrOD 22 have
$600 a year to cove" food, !and morning hours, and then will jour "< been awarded the battle efficiency."E" award 'u the best jet at- the carriers USS Essex and l
quarters. Stu' I mit9 ,can accept i nay 'to WAS Cecil Field, for a :task squadron lathe Atlantic Fleet for fiscal 1954. Rear Adm. John USS Independence Captain i
employment to;supplement .their :luncheon?sponsored' ,;by%the Cecil .Perry, Commander Fleet Air Jacksoavllle (right' ) .makes the.pres- Young was one of the persons in'stnunehtal .
expenses, as long as it doesn in- I Field'Navy Wives Club No. Mij;; entation of the award to .Lcdr Jndson Davis, skipper of VF Z2. in making, poasiblt
The Cavaliers won U>e honor by establishing an aii-Ume all-Navy
s (rrease'Tu'rate are' Cet 4) I;qJPh'( !: 'L )d. SteTens,' Jr., con? record for, combat proficiency and aecldent-free flight time, (Please Turn tt rare 3, Col. i). .





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Pace Two JAX AIR NEWS. 7 October, 1954
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New Censor ManualFor Regular Officers Must Take Exams

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.RftJfflui3 Combat manual AreasA for Or Courses For Promotion In '55

new joint field -

guidance of pies ceiwois in Officers of the Regular Navy have
Publish .rrry Tkvnrtvy tot Navj and fcUrtn MtmtlM .l K atrsu AU I motion or a hand proof of
tattoo t .Jack.aoll. me. ... attUne combat ares has been will be required after January
I 4ak..arlBOpt. completion of the required
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John S. Tbnch ._.u..rii-.i.i- - ., CMMm n41nc Officer issued by the three .'nted netrle I, 1955 tb take written examinations courses cither
correspondencecourses
Comdr. John D..l3ut'Jo -Ju.ticuLhu Ulrtcerhear **. or complete specified I
Reef Li. '......'a.. or residence course!
order
Adm. John P.rry AJUicent __. .... __......(."(.mIN Military retisotc arc cautioned courses of induction! in I Examinations will
.;apt. ftlchald O. -,-. ,.?. ,., -. ... ..._.. ?.- .. _.'-huf of SUMf1 agfclnst twine blue pencils or to win promotions. cover' three
.. broad areas: Executive, Opera
t Air fl tog Kttvt
.pt: n. dor. DaM .astnrnQir.aLG a da on to eliminate "so-called
in BuPers ,
This plan, outlined tions and Technical While the
Yuck D.. Mere +iet St&U oct.cer policy" or other material for
Natal aar T..a'. Tr.IIII" fL..heCapt. Imt 14IC, does not apply to of- executive pmlion will be piactkaHy -
Co Dd _._.... ((BeerJ.Dt. fear ol .atheiw i'ea<<.1Jon at
ntRl'J' vag .Oimman41ar fixers eligible for promotion to the .ate for all ,officer,
... home.
::5anl .
.1161.
." lieutenant junior. grade or to rear the operations and technical
Edward 5 IAn c..nml1lf'llll Officer 'parts
The manual stales that it i
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.7asft L 11: Lecatttvs 01ae.r censors admiral and above, or to officers will vary for the line and Staff
11ftI'D not the Jb<< to chop
Act) ropy either"to put a bright fane of ,the Medical Corps Denial Corps and other fields of special.
: Corps, Medical Senrice Corps and izalion Exam que8 lions will be
on things or make the Command -
-n.e .IU. Am NEIrS+ II Metes "r kly at the u. a. N.r:l Ale !'..taHH.U1e. Nurse Corp '.-arrant officers' : the objective type for promotionto
Iae1i. nca. W er tmed emmer+hILy wlta wowq 9.t d Duscd. look pood. '
t1< ar the sltial.reR! .M.. fe coraplttnc with NAV i'.r. Res.4.t Field censenifeif! over and all temporary officers. lieutenant and lieutenant commander -
ilt4t Ca.ri .,. 4Ikl.U iiM f... .f fhuff at tile Na*aAr: *.nl\'". IMe brass .
Nasal Ale Twhnlr Trvinlnx Center Nasal Air Revene Imlnlns te+it. .M! the' I <3fe* irwy Ine eei' ,-W
u. s. |etacat tiOtlPU..1. fiecuiiiy ouly and that the tUwetcr, ail.other regular of- will be used for exams to
Uttor Andrew I)
tJ rtameyAa.ietartt :I
.Utor-R.u Carper: ltpwte n41U Cordon RotbV 'JO1: : Slottf leal Ul In each case is lth- beers'will be requiml to tale an the grades of commander und
tep.+uat-Jadc IIolnres. nil; OimUtlttB.I)UUlbuUua--Clunk; l'.IuJ.) AO3: er or not publication of information captain.
'I1Ie.JAX AIR HEWS 1* e ....>*. AffTS M>_rUI VP rMK M into pnfclimflM My teat IMMltaK. "'l'JntHUIiQW.- might; aid the enemy; take I
U an exam
the srr1Lie perwtaal.ra .( Ltsn.d Faces f.'t fee\ubtliele.n' of other the manual eatphcstzt ICommendatioi will be itxjuired; i Contents of -exams will vary
asSStes. etaettt tI" we.ik* t.blicitions r .wtMt.. .UWIiI sraals.loa of I '
:.Jilt AIR "''I;VM1 L mat ion linnlelet1 OD for pro.r .according to rank, with tIle hi h-
Ulf1a1 officer located .&I... Adclnktrsttoa> Bund'lI& Ftoa .ArHlI".1 1 --- er grades needing a more gene.
wk. :wi atcd 81M. '
sal knowledge of duties required

r To present placing an undue
SCEPTTLE$UTTv MOViES'MAIN rvy
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i t toa load on those rTOUpShe> will be

SIDE selected" : for promotion in the

next few ;scarp, the -eioniswill
Ti ..r>4ay, Oct. 7 '
be "phased in" with the number

Tabor The Gieat n.. ... CI.aa-lea of subjects required of each officer -
Drake, Katie Booth
growing annually until the

FrUay, OH R plan u in full operation' about

Dragonfly Sqnadron ............ John 1 H I. This is normal peacetime

Hotliak Barbara Ciitton !>rt ;1 I procedure for promotions.<<

Saturday, Oct t J Future instructions will be issued

B1o'lnrfild ........ Oary Cooper,. regarding professional requirements -
Bal ltra Stanwyck J.).:+" 4 S Y for promotion of warrant -

officers;, temporary officer,
and Naval Reserve officers.
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Suddenly Thursday?...____ Oct.Frank 7 Smatia,

Veiling Hayden, Nancy Gale ; 1T&E J

Friday, Oct. S :

"' aat a Wt, Uu.r Tobor The Great .-..,... ... Charles __
m.
i With the fall season here, the
Drake, Karin BoothKalurAay C IT E; Commendations
school bug has bitten quite a number
Oct. t To went t. the three tot* on the
( 1 { of personnel. This has been
Dragonfly Squadron .._... John right, who were cited fr asMctance -
in research and writing indicated by men and women coming
.I Hodi k, Barbara Billion Three For Work of a technical Information to the Education Center and
manual
befog lined by traineesat asking questions concerning going -

CATHOLIC HOSPITAL On l Wi f Ma Nal School Naval at Air NATTCenter.Weapons" Systems Making on to rchool. We know that

I Thursday, Oet. 7 the presentation Is Comdr. 10It. a large number of you will go: onto

Sunday. Hats-MOO, 0900, 1000- Law and Order ............... Ronald For assistance rendered on the boa JSartiett, acting COMjmanding hither education when row
Reagan, Dorothy Melons officer of the raining time the ,. ..
St. Edward's Chapel. research and writing of a Seepage Center. Left to right are: la wp hi Na ,

Saturday 4)300.) Friday, Oct. I technical information man C tn4r. Bartlett; Jha Hanson, Perhaps you hare some gucn-

Daily-4 30.Sunday0630Maf. Suddenly "?...,..,... Frank Sinatra, u.al.OW being, used by trainees ATe: Frank Granlham, GF1, tfons about the college of you
at Ho.pilal Sterling HardtJl.[ Nancy Gates :attending the Naval Air Weapons and Eldred Chenowrth, ATC. choice or the re nirements' for

ChapeL SsvUu-Oay, Oet 0 Systems School at NATTCenter replay was, i. many caM, representative entering some specific school. We

MORMON Tobor The Great* .__.... OkatW three men have received commen of your own initiative, have answered quit. a few'4l0H-
dations. rnourdfulDNa, and sound l tions like these lately and can
MATTe Duke, Karin ,BoothOct. judgment
130 Monday be of to moat
I Recipients probably help people
Cliapfain's Office.do.ISTIAN W tie otatlons were
who intereniedt
(Coaaaad tress rare 1)) ,John P. Hanson, ATC; and Frank 'Tour strict attention to duty are
SCIENCE and outstandingperformance of Three are two things we can
Granlham, CF1; YeS CMred Chenowelh -
lMO->Tuesdar-WainskJe Chapel l 11 Deadline ATC. this ascigned task reflects great de speeifieally for the pwwpectivt -

Office on ramp. I credit upon you, the Naval Air college man. 1\'. ean give
The kUow '
raOTESTANTttOAU erfere with their studies. I Comdr.conun Wilson n p ented Weapon Systems School and this him basic infornutioa about almost
by R.
Upon completion of college, the I Bartlett Command, and is in keeping with any college la the counts y
Saints' Chapel. acting commanding! officer ,.f the
student will become an Ensignor I the bert traditions( the Natal and wt can ,recommend courses
1100 All Saints' Chlpt'l.OtJ5Nav.t Training Center state Jo
part
a second lieuteuani. Graduates ; Bei-vIce.." which wfll help prepare the *na*
Hospital! Chapel. -. exhibited a of
sou degree
must serve three years in their for the difficult step from Navy
(Note: Addresee of l o cal respective "branch' ,ervi e. proficiency hi the field of electronics (Continued from rage 1)Capt. to college.If .

churches may be obtained by calls -'' There are 200 appointments being -* far beyond' the qualifications Young you have any questions bentgoing

\g the Chaplain's Office, 425). offered to personnel on active of your rating." The plan on U college come en vp

1' duty in the Navy and Marine] of, the outlima. and the eonplete- carrier-borne night operation t. the Education Center, Building -

(Continued front Pane 1) Corpse seas .of UM. loMerial and btbbogFKOMOTED After World War U; Captain 995, and we will be glad ie

V -. Young occupied-a dual role M help you in any way possible, or

Air Force f'.:.> Commander. Naval Air Training, call extension $5M.

sad Air Force pilot took the } > > Banes and Commanding Officer .

.ppo iintity of filing each olhet'splanes. 1 ,; 3 Naval Air Station1 Corpus Christi Marine ROTC Hits High

Capt Nase, who, has piloted 1 Tex. The Marine Corps Reserve Officer

B-29's for five jeam. laid t 4 More recently Captain Youngwas : training program hit a record .

he' enjoyed flying the Na, )"'. new rc \ Director: of Personnel Plan high this summer with mOl e.

P5M Mailin seaplane. "I can't ning in the'Office of the Chief of than 4000() ) college men and women -

He bow such; a huge plane can : Naval Operations In Washington. participating. (AFPS)
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lift its bottom off the water with .. After attending the Naval War 1

. only two engines. College at Newport R. I. he assumed Many a girl has. gotten firsthand -

One near mishap occurred at his last assignment with information In a *e '(md-
Commander Carrier '
Division One. hand'
the end of the exeicpe when a car.

P2V Neptune of Patrol Squadron

Three hobbled into NAS from 100 I ..LStaA4iDrs Traffic Violations Box Score

miles out to sea with only one c ..
a ---r:
> i For Week Sept :3-29.
engine. e Total U Tickets IseuedOernma

Capt. Dahl quid thet was a std Tkbh I M. ef Violations Per Al'C'umula,4
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+ t-""d. TIt< "strong possibility" that the Air \ d ,

Fore and Navy would pool re- 3 NAS Jax 7 I 31.9 1 .300 1 1.40

ourees for a ubhunUnsventure' -.;; .. NARTu 0
J 0 I 0 J 1.721
tn the near future.Let's CowaasrfiBg ttffeer of the Marine Aviation
Detachment at NATTCenter, Lt. c.I. Frank R. Porter left) pastes Ho ul 1 I t.o I .500 I .121
T eat warrants t. newly promoted" technical ad staff sergeants.eelvbvjmaMUeas .
are (left to right) technical sergeants KddiJaco ., Fleet AirDetachment
Grow Uf>.- ., Theodore LBdwbfc, Edward iMdy, Rosins Petrel; staff S 1 J$.s I .1 U I .m
..erre* a Le. rhinisnean, Raymond Wells Jr, Md William WflHam NATTC
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7 October' 1954 JAX AIR NEWS Pag Thro;


I I INEW NAVY' DRIVERS SCHOOL OPENS DOORS THIS WEEKAs .1 Charity Carnival' .


an aim towards assuringmore pose ot the school is to pro Navy drivers. who have been The course, which 11. sanctioned Set Oct. 14-15-161'-

competent and more vide better-safer drivers, it in an accident, themselves adjudged and prepared by the

careful drivers' of govern also will establish a reservoirof to be at fault. American Automobile Association At Green CoveLooking

ment-owned vehicles at NAS trained drivers that can be 0 The course for beginners also has the full cooperation .

Jar a full-Hedged Navy dri.vers utilized when the occasion de : will comprise 40 hours of the- of the Jacksonville for a good place togo

School was officially mands. ory and practice. Upon successful Police department and the for some fun next week! Why

opened Monday in Building ACCORDING TO SCHOOL : completion the students Florida highway patrol. The not lake in the Navy Carnivalfor

914 at Mainside. .' co-ordinator C h a rl e s Able receive a Navy operator's permit latter groups will also provide Charity at Green Cove Spring

Jointly operated by the NAS NAS safety superintendent !. ., The refresher course for materials and ideas for operation I Naval Station on Oct. 1!-15.18' T

Safety office and the Public the school will offer several present Navy drivers will 'be I Slated to be the biggest In the

Works Transportation division phases. Phase A Includes a dai, : IS hours, spanned over a year's Instructors include Harry four-year history of Ute event,

the school is a permanent ly program for beginners who time.SUFEKVISOBS. Horton, Public Works department this year' carnival will provide

installation and it is anticipated apply for a Navy Operators of officers Vaughn: Blackburn, entertainment for all age group

that at least 250 drivers permit. Phase B will be directed in, charge: of units who wish Jto CDC, Public Works; Ralph Feature attraction of Oct. 15

will pass through the school at a refresher course : have their personnel enrolled, Andrich, Public Works, and win be a football game between

annually. for personnel holding Navy I should fill out appropriate application Stero Tassapoulas, safety'' engineer Clay County 11igh School's Bin

Although the primary pur- permits. Phase C is aimed' at : blanks. at NATTCenter. Devils and Macclenny High School.

__ ______
u Entire
_. .,--.- proceeds from the annual
charity affair revert. to local'
'Exchange Pilot City Utilities and national chanties. Last year'

program netted over $17,000. A

With VF-13 First s p Group Views the goal 1954 of $25,000 benefit.has been aqt for


To CougarAn O & R Safety Green Cove Springs Naval l SU
Fly Hon, home of the mothball fleet,

attached toFighter ." Members of the Jacksonville is located on Highway 16, about
pilot
exchange
week Z Safety Committee, composed of 21 miles south of NAS Jar Cur-
13 this
Squadron :",,;,;; employees of the city electric and viva officials announce that the
Air Force pilotto
became the first i .. water Utilities Department, got three-day event in open to th*.
F9F-8 Cougar > '
ever fly a Navy ; 1
': a glimpse last Tuesday of why nibllr.[ There win! h* plenty of ,
ft"
jet. t the Navy's. safety program was parking
', \: .i apace
; ..
'
Capt. Russell Rogers: who .. \"WI'-:,. ,',,, ""'.,:. rated by a prominent U. S. Senator .
the hat and ring of Eddie '' ;!\; ':' .
1J all F
wears .,. .' as 'the beat 'among
Rickcnbac-ker's famed Fighter .. ..., eral agencies.. "I Top Honors To

Squadron 94, was checked out in :i. Making its annual field
.:',:;1iiI
"Fightin' Thirteen's" new jets by < \f1/, .. "" this year to the Overhaul and
Three Students At
If;
:+ !
the squadron's operations officer, 'r i:' Repair Department here the .
Lt. Skip Horn. second time 0 A R .has been selected -

A former Saber jet pilot, Lt. ,;:::,;\,:' ;>: ,.: Yo for inspection by the city Training CenterTop
.
Rogers home squadron is basedat < : safety menthe Committee spent
.
George Air Force Base, Vic- about three hours touring the standings at Naval. Air

torville. Calif.Wives shops and learning how the Navy Technical Training Center
promote safety coniHJousness; Schools last t week were earnedby
SAFETY LESSONS Wearing prescription safety goggles among iU employees. :Marine Pfc. Vincent S. Quin-
Parents I, provided by the Navy, Earl Iletzel operates a belt sander la the S .. ones, Kenneth Mulhall, AKAA,
here, 45 members of
I NAS Jar Overhaul and Repair department
the safety committee, Jacksonville Electric: and Water Utilities The 45 representative were and Bobby Sikes, AN,

Need No Policies department: visited last Thursday' The city group inspected safety separated into three groups, each A graduate of the Academy of
procedure and equipment ia use by the Navy Wearing face of which was provided a host Aeronautics in New York City, ,
watch employee HeUel at work are Charles Able
shields they :
as to direct the tour and answer I Pfc. Quinones of the Bronx, N,
For Indemnity (center) NAS safety engineer and Charles Gwm, city safety supervisor. -
questions. They were instructed Y., led the graduating: class at
Wives and parents of servicemen in methods and procedures, saw Airman School with an average i

named as beneficial of Ships As Far As Memphis the safety devices guarding employees of 90.30. l lA

free indemnity insurance, will 1 from Injury while workIng I final average of 92.37 won

not receive a policy or statement Delivers Record at the machines and learned honors for Mulhall at Aviation
Fuel items of t
Depot of the numerous personal
to show that fact. It isn't neces safety equipment loaned or I Storekeepers School, Class A. t
sary. From! Dorchester, Mass., Mulhall
Since protection under the indemnity given outright by the Navy to enlisted in January of this year,

law is automatic, the VA Load During SeptemberOver employees on S hazardous. eAmong job. and attended ANP( ) School, at

doe not have any policy or certificate Norman, Okla., prior to being
.ch !Item are piescrip-
to send to relatives named 260,000 barrels of petroleum fuels, equivalent to 9'!, million transferred here..

Under the Servicemen's. Indemnity gallons, were delivered by the Navy Fuel Depot Jacksonville, during Uon-ground for those safety working goggles in; high earplugs Sikes finished the 22 week

Act of 1951, eligible bene- the month of September, This is a new reeord for issues in a single course at Aviation Electrician'sMate
air
frequency noise level areas;
ficiaries will receive a $10,000 School Class A with a
month
line respirators for use in spray
gratuitous payment if the serviceman score of 87.88. A resident of Abilene
dies in service or within la making< the announcement, ation fuels a* far away as Memphis painting; even protective creams
*, Texas, Sikes attended Abi-
120 days after discharge.However Lc V. 1... A. Vickers, offlcer-in- Tenn., and Key West, Fla.,,, and soaps to prevent skin dis lene Christian College before
charge, revealed that the fue1.lwent and is largely responsible for eases A peculiar problem encountered -
a serviceman may at coming on active duty in October
to various military activities aviation, fuel logistic support toe in the program is not lack of
any time change the name of from the four, terminal administered the Florida-Georgia' artDeliv. such equipment, Charles Able 1 ,

his beneficiary, pl'oTidi.llC.hat he by NFD Jax, with some of ery i* made by barge, tank car,,, Navy safety engineer commented."We .
relative
designate an eligible this terminal operation marking and tank truck using both Navy- have to sell the people on 1953.4j1
such child or chil
as a spouse another "firstin the replenishment owned and commercially leased using it, even when it doean't coat
dren, parents, brother or sisters. of "offshore" storage at equipment. them a cent and could save them

These are the only persons who I. Puerto Rico. TIM Depot also admialateri lifelong disability. H*,added,thata

may( benamed. as indemnity beneffciari three 'Navy leased storage terminal constant effort -is .required to TYPED-PRINTED

e JlAH rvt new' 1WWMW*! dUBM4ftMB\M ft la Savaaaah, Jacksonville educate employees on the Importance -. OR WRITTEN -

trend noted since the Depot was and Port Everglades. Fla.- It is of protectingthemselves.. M.L ENTRIES
the f\MI'tennlu1.c Leading the city .safety, group WILL. GETEQUALty'ONSIOIRATON
Lewis Grabs first established a* aa independent one of busiest
activity in April 1W*. In Fiscal on OM East Coast. Customer was Charles H. Cum, safety ) :

Tear 195X about a half'adl- vary from Coast Guard picket supervisor Hosts for tM tour

PO Honors lion barrel of fuel were Issued; boats to, the large carriers and were Oed Corbbi, Theodore P.
Meixwell, and William Erie Arrangements ,
(This It the *at" to the Naval in Fiscal Tear 153, over 1,000- Fleet units at the Mayport turning '
were made by Able s
Air Technical TrmitAngD Ceuier'aPettyOieeroftheWeek 000 barrel were issued; and last : basin,, large and small Naval
aerles.l the total approached two and Clayton Owls. safety engineer -
year :Air activities,,,and Include: Army aadgned. to O ft R. .
s-ald million barrel At the present -,
issue rate, this Fiscal Tear should IA'.r Force, and Gout Guard unit. e. e
Lewis, Ala ol<< exceed 2,500,000 'barrel. I Shellback CertificatesCan
I
First Lieutenant .
{ The Jacksonville area usesmore II Be Ordered
; I
SAFETY
division at Navy Jet (JP-3) fuel than SheUbaek Certificate eta be

ATTCe &r: any other area'la the naval establishment Box Score ordered from appropriate District '
ter, has beenselected Since NAS Jacksonvilleand Publication and Printing Office What doe America mean t*

Petty- NAS Cecil Field are the biggest Disabling ,JajwIM Thr.syghTaesisy by commanding: officers wlao'u- you?, Eater the 1154 Freedom

Officer o/ customers for the Depot, it O 4. S poet to be hailed by Davy Jonas Foundation: Contest Send your

the Week. A }3 i Is evident that 'the local squad This afeath 1 on entering the domain of Nep- letter of no more than 504 word:

native el Indiana rons are logging more flours in This" Tear IS tunu Rex. to Award. Editor, Armed Force

Donald enLewi jet aircraft than ever. Day Sax Lat Now declared "war surplus Radio Service, loll N. McCadden
Lost-Time Aeeideat IGffiGABOAM one the supply i Place Los AftCe1es'U, Calif.Tour
tered the Navy \a 1M. lie hall I e' present exhausted
the certificates will letter must' bear your name, :rank,
from Indianapolia. Fuel which i fa under no
The Depot,
I be available through the service.number, and organization
longer
Prior to transfer to NATTCenter the 'military control of the conkmanding OCT SAFETY SLOGAN _
is July of 195), he served at officer Naval Air Station .I'Ia4t Little Fire Y.. Leave, .. Nary Department. When ordering, It must be received before,midnight .
the listed Nov 11, I9W.; Letters re*
NAS Norfolk,- NAS LUtl" specify "diplomas a*
NAS Jar May Leave Yeti
and under the management Shellback. Certificates. celved after that date will 'b*
Patuxant River, aboard the USS Romeo*** tW*' *l.galt -Neptune
Columbus and at NATTC Norman control of the Bureau of supplies' .1 mean ....,.. Individual requests win not be considered for the next year's'-

Okla. and Account, regularly ship avi- honored.- award. J IAnS; ). ", '
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Maintenance, Men VF-172. Come Up With Invention R -



It I You Can't Stop These Ingenious. JaxMen, ; They've Done It Again 1 r


Ralph A. Gries, aviation struc-' fuel cell's walls.. He could see all Thin. did the trick. Every. Inch of than one-sixth the time it took
tural mechanic chiefs will longbe of the wall space except for small the fuel cells' inside walls could flve men.With SALTY HUMOR FROM

remembered by his squadron's areas on the far side! of the )baf-) now be subjected to a close InspeCtion an average of two planes L HERE AND THERE

maintenance shop'and the Navy'e fles. under a bright light. a week to inspect, this means
Comptroller General .because qf of more than one hun- A telephone pole never strikesa
KNOWING THAT THEY were When the new system was a savings
what he did with ,five I dollars week to the car except in self defense.
on the right track, Chief Gries timed, the maintenance department dred man hours a *
Worth of odds and ends. found coulddo and thousands of dollars -
and the maintenance gang came that,one man squadron
1st Gob "That
It all began when Chief Gries up with three-foot piece of one- the job in ten hours less a year for the Navy. : show."girl certainlyputs
big
on a
and:the other members of Fighter Inch aluminum sheeting They ... .. _._. _. .--
Squadron. 72's.a"1ntenance. department mounted the lamp and the mir ; .'. '.,r...' .t..,:'::,.: : i 2nd Gob: "What do you mean?"

got "fed .up" with the ror on the aluminum sheeting, .adJusting -. I' 1st Gob: "Her father is an undertaker -
time-consuming. Job of checking them ,so* that the lamp } down In Florida and she
their,Banshee jets' fuel cells for i tells he's
would always ,illuminate the area t1s everyone a Southern
(deterioration.. Th$ Job had to be reflected by the mirror. This combination < ,1I planterl"a!

done for at least twdfol the squad- they mounted at an ad a *

ion's planes every'week. justable: angle on one end of' the Preacher (at baptism of baby):

(1KTTINQ TO THE fuel cells aluminum tubing The lamp's wire His name, please."

to begin the Inspection was what was run down the side of the Mother: "'Harold Gordon Rat

took so 'long. Before the cells tubing to the other end 'where the Robbie Paul McJerk."

could be inspected, the canopy case holding'the lamp's four Preacher: "A little more water
and five metal plates the size flashlight batteries was fastened. ? ; lease." ,
-
of small desks part of the t : S. *
plane's outer shell had to be Command Of VF31To
First Marine: "Why die removed.. Then some Inner plates
'
Lcdr. Mayes ; salute that truck driver?"
a maze of electrical wires and s
hydraulic lines, and last of all Command .of .Fighter Squadron t:: x 'Kr Yh' Second Marine: "Don't be go

the ,tops of,' the fuel cells them- 31V given to Lcdr. .Damon, '. stupid! That's not a truck driver.

elves. Mayes' as he,,relieved. Comdr Paul :' uati That's General Hauling Didn't
With no unexpected. trouble, W. Schlegel last week. you. see the sign?"
*
the job could be done by five men The new skipper reports to VF- : *
in 12 hours.) While the-se.five men 174 where he served as executive uC "What's a Grecian Urn, Daddy 7""

Were engaged in this work it officer. 4: "I don't know, son. Guess it

flowed down the maintenance de- Fonn r' skipper; Comdr.; Schle- depends(] on what he does."

partment. gel, a'Navy"Cross 'hold r and a a *

AIDED BY HIS structural crew 2-tlme winner of the' Air Medal, I TIME-SAVING INSTRUMENT-Chief Ralph Gries (right), Sports Editor: "What shall I
and the other crews in the 'main- will report to the Bureau of Aeronautics of 'Fighter Squadron 172, explains the time-savinr "inspection say about the two bottle blondes
tenance shop, dries started experimenting m Washington, D. C., for mirror," that he designed and built, to squadron maintenance of- who had a fight at the baseball
fleer Lt. James GammllL This device now saves VF-173's maintenance '
"
He found that last ?
by duty game night
shop more than 100 man hours each week.
removing the fuel pump:' located Friend: "Just say the bleachers:
.t the bottom of each of the fuel went wild."
cells a good view of the inside Lucky Bucks Marine NCOs May Get VF-44 Hornets 4 *

of the cells could be obtained Swagger Sticks First Mosquito: "Why are you

With the assistance oVa flashlight. For Correct Swagger sticks, similar to Tops In I CAG4Fighter making such a fuss?"
THIS METHOD WAS simple
those authorized for Marine
Squadron 44 is the top Second Mosquito: "Whoopee! I
and required much less time, but officers, be seen in the
may passed "
Just a screen test.
squadron administratively
it had some drawbacks. The In- Safety Slogan not-too-distant future carriedby
a *
speaking-of Carrier Air Group
side of the fuel cells had many Marine staff non-coms.
Dollar bills 4. "Is your daddy home, sonny 7""
baffle were
plates. These baffles were literally fly- Commandant of the Marine
there to keep the fuel from ing around the place all this Corps, Gen. Lemuel C. Shep- The Hornets learned they earned "No, sir. He hasn't been home
sloshing around while the plane the honor at the conclusion 'oJ i since! mother caught Santa Claim
week and 'last, and a dozen per- herd, hinted that such a plan .
"
)vas airborne they also their annual administrative inspection kissing the maid.
kept
sonnel who knew was in the fire while on his recent ,
Chief Grits from seeing all of the the correct Far East inspection trip. last week. Graded_ on six *
safety slogan for October hit the wife: "Don't think dear
Samples of swagger sticks different departments, the squadron you ,
jackpot.The have been submitted by vari- totaled a final mark of 93.1%. that a man has more sense after
First slogan for October is "The1 The he is married?" '
Fury ous manufacturers for consid- Blackbirds of Attack
Little Fire' You Leave, May eration. Squadron 45 were next with Husband: "Yes, but it's too late

Leave You Little". 92.77%'. Third place went to the then."

Jets Go I Recipients of free crisp one- "- Cavaliers of Fighter Squadron 22 a a

dollar bills were: B. T. Fisher O Converting 2 Cruisers who tallied 92.6%. Having just First Sailor: "Hey, what's the

& R; Julian Davis, Public Works; Into Missile ShipsWith returned from a deployment idea of wearing my raincoat?"

Lu McGrady, O & R; Suzy Camp two of its heavy cruisers Fighter Squadron 43 was not i in Second .Sailor: "Well, you

To VF173Fighter bell, O &.R; Hillary Wright, Pub- -the Canberra and the Boston spected. wouldn't want your new dress

lic Works; Bud Porter, O & R; converted into guided missile ships Rear Adm. John Perry; Commander blues to get wet, would you?"

Squadron 173 becami Hugh Hashe, AB1, Operations; the Navy is studying plans to Fleet Air Jacksonville *

the first Navy squadron to receive Catherine Darr, Public Works; build a specialized vessel from and 'his staff conducted the i in. "What is delegate-at-large?"

the FJ-3 Fury Jets when Sophie Jeleneau, Ot& Rj; Mary the keel up. Tests are being con spection. "A man who goes to a convention -

three of the new fighter planes Grover, Public Works; Christopher ducted on the 'converted vessels t without his wife"
I
landed at the Jacksonville Naval Harlan, Public Works, and to help Determine' whether the Comdr. Nyburg New *

Air Station this weekend. John Montgomery, Public Works. I new ship will be built-AFPS). Overheard on a Main Street Bus:
Skipper Of VA-175
Flown here from NAS Patuxent "My husband will never chase

River, Md., by Comdr. William Comdr. Willard L. Nyburg re- another woman he's too fine

R. McClendon, skipper of VF-173, lieved Lcdr. James M, Nifong as too decent too old!"
t commanding officer of Attack .
Lt. (jg) Tedford J. Cann, and t
,w Squadron 175 .
Tuesday.The
Lt. (Jg) John T. llelgl, the three k' ntr.
Furies are the first of an undisclosed I new skipper comes to theDevU's Shep Fields

number that will soon re- ., Diplomats from the NAS
..
place oil of the Jesters' present :>' r Atlantic City, N. J.:, where he

F9F-6 Cougars. was officer in charge of Composite
Squadron 33's Detachment Band Here
THE FJ-3 35
greatly superior to .
the highly respected FJ-2, has a
new Sapphire British-designed en- > :*I ... a >' JAX SUPPLY RESERVISTS

gine. This new power plant gives TOUR KEY WEST BASE TuesdayShep

the plane nearly 2,000 pounds of N Twelve Jacksonville Reservists,
additional thrust. .
Including two women, of Naval Fields will bring his Rippling
Combined with an altitude ceiling Reserve
Supply 6-
Company 9, Rhythm orchestra aboard
of above 40,000 feet, the new in
were Key West last weekend the Station to play for the regular
Fury's greatly extended cruising i'i on non-pay orders for training! All-Crews dance Tuesday,
range, makes it one of the Navy's duty at the U. S. Naval Station Oct. 12 at Mairiside
gym.
first line fighter planes. Escorted by Supply officers of
All
LEI 11Y THEIR commandingofficer the Naval Station, they inspectedall invited hands and their guests are
to
38 of VF-173's officers supply facilities and were given participate. Dancing
will begin at 1900. Junior
hostesses
and men journeyed to the Naval an intensive course in supply
L y R 'i yL j methods and from Jacksonville will be in
Air Test Center at Patuxent River Q : procedures
attendance. Dress is the uniformof
.
over) a month ago. There they
service-tested the sleek new fighter Mom: "I had a heart-to.heart the day.

and learned about its maintenance talk with our daughter about theta The Fields' band, long famous

needs. j.iL S M"fV C #t'fA ta of life." in musical circles, will feature

,Pop: "Did you learn anythingnew both sweet and swing melodies.
The) Jesters_ are already qualified
?" Also on hand to entertain will be
for swept-back wing Jets, having -
.
SEE-WORTIIY SUIT When It to trim lovely vocalist Jackie Austin;
flown their swept-back F9F6 comes and shapely
:; Cougars over most of the world I Deity Koch, the fashion dictum of Dior falls flatter than % pun, Let's ,Grow Up- Bob Podell; Eddie Fattiben, pic-
tured balloon. Betty supplies the feminine Interest these old virtuoso
days en and Carl Micarelli,
during: the last year and half. (be beaches at Los A rdts. Not Burn Up ,: accordion.

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VP-3. Faetu, Fasron 109, CAG-L Fasron Six Report ,



< v W Scouting Jacksonville Area. adrons.l I

.
VP-S mation by calling extension 8155. in 'the last second of play .knocked .
Com dr, Jack L. ,Grayson, commanding '. Three new courses ,are In operation over the Hospital 20-18.; 'In'
officer, will conduct a'aptaln's on a trial basis until all last week's action the Banshees
Personnel Inspection to- equipment is received.' These whipped VP-3, '32-24. ;

morrow at 1330 for the officers courses cover the maintenance on Fasron Six Volleyball, also has J
and enlisted men of'Patrol Squadron ARN-6,' ARN-30: ,and the APN-22 gotten Underway in the past two

Three. New courses on several additional weeks. With the assistance of Lt.
,
: : Boarding at the station's "out equipments are in the process of (jg) Robert Bozarth there have
\ .' going depot" Is Edward J. Punts, development at the present time. been many noontime workout. '
:' A03, Albert ft. Potter, AT3, and information will be published A team of well-balanced setters ,
i ..<: William' R. Rodgers, ATS, return when these courses, ate available. and spikers has been fielded:
> ed from an instructive two.weeks a Larry Holtz, Dill McBride, Lcdi,
: at FaetuLant, Norfolk. Fasron 109 Eldridge, Lt. (Jg) Porker Gillam,
Belated September arrivals at Fafcron 109's "man of the'u'' onth" RELE Waldron, Bob Levesque,
the squadron are' EnslgA Allan J,' Is Alonie E. Johnson, AN. Johnson I Archie Wood, Walt Dltchek, Ber- ,
Place, from NAS Hutchinson, a native of Chllllc the, Ohio ale Gleason, Harry Lehan, Don
: Kan., and.,Ensign John L.. Whit- reported to the squadron last Chapman, Larry Spradlin and
field: from PNS NROTC unit at March. His work in' the personnel -. Bill Godwin.

___-. .nnm..... _n............_ Georgia Tech. f office has been outstanding.The Fasron Six will again enter the
TRIES NEW PRISMATIC GLASSES-Ernest M. Goddard, AN, I Under the capable tutelage. + of squadron's recent all hands ComFair Jax: Touch Football""
who has been,hospitalized at the Naval Hospital for more than a Elmer H. Boerner AOC, tryoutsfor "stag" party at Camp Seminole tournament during the week. of
month with a broken 'leg, tries out one, of, six: pairs of prismatic the 'VP-3 pistol team are+ being was'' reported 'to be "the best Oct. 18. Fasron Six won the tournament .
rye glasses provided by the, South Jacksonville Kiwanis Club. held three times ;weekly at ever.," last year, then went to
which cost $75 pair make it to read watch, '
The glasses. a possible, '
television or work at a hobby while flat on one's back. They the station 'ante.)10 ;nef, )Is cur- Ensign James,O. Price and En- Quonset Point and came backwith
were presented to Capt. Edward S. Lowe, Naval' Hospital 'commanding rently ranked second on the' Jax sign Greyary A. Comeford repotted a very expectable second
officer, by Dr. Sidney Stillman; ,on: behalf' of the 'K.-. Navy varsity squad which launch' aboard 'from Officer's, Can- place

wanlans. es competition in, the' near' future.. didate School at, Newport: R. I. Larry Keefer, AN, of the Fas-
VP-3's intramural touch football Both, will remain with the squadron ron Six Instalment Flight :T.roinng -
Entry ApprovalNot Official. I. Mufti _Necktie contingent )mowed 'down defendi for at: : least-eight; weeks,' then Unit has announced- his engagement -
g 'station champion Personnel report to Pencacola: for flighttraining '' to Wave Moster-at-
Needed For I Okayed' For MarinesThe ; 1&6" ,last' week,. later:"falling Arms Dotty Krispin. Larry hails

Marine 'Corps Hq. has victim to '51 fa\oiite Fasron Six, Linwood J. Gray, PR2, >ersa- from Indiana, and Dotty is a New
Hawaii TourPersonnel approved a standard necktie for 3224. tile 109 athlete and a member Jersey girl. The marriage dates
.. .. .. "
civilian 'wear by personnel on of the championship squadron ,set for Nov. 8.
no longer have to ob active duty and veterans of FAETU DET 2 softball team for the last three Mike Canterino, SN, who was
lain entry approval for dependents the Corps. FAETU Detachment 2 graduated years, has, been transferred to in a two car collision In late July
'if they are ordered to Pearl The tie has a lifle green 30 men this week from various VF-101 at Cecil Field. Gray's and ha.s'pent the last two
Harbor, T. H. area. This new background with diagonal Electronics and Electrical operational replacement will be Donald G. months in the Hospital, is now
rule applies to personnel assign stripes of scarlet and gold. and maintenance cours- Ferrell PR2. from VF-101. Charles back.

ed to apore-based activities or The new tie, for optional' es. Sixteen air activities, from E. Towery, AEC, has reported Acting executive officer Led*.
to ships and aircraft squadrons wear with civilian clothes, will Panama to Newfoundland, were aboard for duty along with Clay Carl Schafer was recently relievedof
having home ports or home yards be made available to Marine represented among the group Penrod, ABl; O'dell Hatch, AN; his post by the new executive
located on Oahu, T. H. personnel through Navy 'Exchanges ComAlrLant Instruction 1540.1A .- James A.. Warren, AN, and BerryJ. officer Lcdr. Jaquelin C. Davison.
The housing situation on the In the near 'future. gives all pertinent data in regard Roach, AN.Congratulations. Lcdr. Davison was previously assigned
island of Oahu, for both civilian: (AFPS). to requesting quotas, or local to two squadron as Assistant Air Officer
and military, is greatly improved. commands may obtain infer- officers who were recently aboard the USS Hornet CVA-12)).
Naval housing units include 1- promoted Comdr. ,John C. '.
050 units of Public Quarters '(furnished McCollum and' Comdr. Frank- V. ,

); 1,610 unfurnished unitsin a 'iceF' Hagler. Grads To
College
the immediate Pearl Harbor
area and 316 unfurnished unitsin CAG-1
Pearl City., There .are also Carrier Air Group One said I Face Tighter
Act housing unitson goodbye last week to its leading:
2,077 Wherry
,Oahu, 615 units at Barber's chief, Walace :M. Deel' AMC, Deferment RegsCollege
Point, and 1.62 units in the Pearl r. who was transferred to NATTC,
Harbor area Memphis for duty. Dee had ,been graduates must meet
indicationof with the air group nearly two tighter Selective Service regulations -
These figures are no
.w before be deferred ,
years. they can
Just how many vacancies ex- '
ist, and officers and enlisted men Ills duties here in the squadron from military service,
are strongly advised to make advance will, be assumed by Douglas A. according to a new executive
arrangements for housing s : Jones, AOC. order issued by President Eis
prior to the arrival of their de .r4 yr Y Charles W Bryson, AT2, was ''enhower. .
pendents. Applications for government granted the remainder of his an- A student entering graduate
transportation from the nual leave in order to enroll for I school In a class starting on
'
U. S. to Hawaii should be sub- w F the fall semester at Palm Beach or after Jan. 1, 1955, must have
mitted direct to the Comman- Junior College where he will been in the upper onefourthof
dant, 12 ND, San Francisco, Calif. o work toward a degree In engineering. his class In his last year of
undergraduate work, or must
0 get a score of 80 or better on
To Honor To
Pay SCOUT INSTRUCTION-In order to have your hiking pack Fasron Six: a Selective Service qualifica .
Nurses Next Week proper, you must learn how to pack it, so explains Pat Dickson, In Intramural touch football ton test. '
Navy Nurses, along with other (standing, second from left), We scout and instructor. Receiving competition the Banshees of 'Fas- Previously it was required
Instructions are, front row (left to right) Peter Kldd, ten- Six have started to live'
will the ron up
military and civilian nurses, Don'Coleman and Rill Cur- that such students be in the
Howland, second class; ,
John
be honored the week of October tis derfoot tenderfoot.; Standing (left to right) Harold Looney, eagle scout; to pre-season expectations by run- upper half of their class, or attain -
11 to 16.President. Pat, Dickson; Bruce McLawhorn, life scout, and Earl Pearson, life ning wild. In three outings the a mark of 75 or better' in
'
Eisenhower has pro- scout. __ Banshees have run up a grand the qualification test.
total of 81 points. Of these only The order Is to "assure thata
claimed the week as National I
Nurse week, the first such honor Six Years Old Scout Troop 131 eight have come via' the air. Fas student deferred from mill-
ron overran VF-22, 29-7, ,and then _
tary service fulI ac
of possesses y -
\ accorded in the history nursing -
I as a result of a joint resolution Gaining Momentum With ProgressAnniversary committeeman, while Lt. Bruce ceptable scholastic qualifications
passed by Congress August McLawhorn, NAS photo officeris whose development could bene .
: 11.This. Chartered six years ago as a'' yesterday, is the the outdoor committeeman. fit "the rtatlon and the individ

year, the centenary of the member of North Florida Coun- troop committee,. composed of Scoutmaster Is ,Lt. (Jg) T/ R. ual. .
work of Florence Nightingale In cil and Muskogee, Boy Scout fathers, with Lt. (Jg) 'John Dell'I Gambler NATTC AGM School.
the Crimea, is also the year which Troop 131 of the. Naval Air Station as chairman. The committee actively Comdr. Ira Curtis, Public Works Fleet Air Wing 11 -
celebrates 100 years growth of Is forging steadily ahead'as supports the troop, help-. officer, is the institutional rcpie-
professional nursing as It is today a progressive, thriving unit. Ing the scoutmaster with the sentative.The Inspects Norfolk Unit

Although the troop is Navy workload' and In all other phase troop, which numbers,35 Capt. Theodore O. Dahl, Wing
pponsored, its membership is ,!not of scouting. scouts, includes three patrols and Commander, and nineteen Fleet
Get Rid Of Your I restricted. to sons of Navy personnel William E. Stamper, AEC, 01' an explorer crew, for boys 14 Air Wing Eleven Staff officers
or civilian employees NATTCenter Is troop secretary;;: years and over. Weekly meetings and inspecting chief petty officers -
Fire Hazards, I About 95 percent of the present Ross Smith, CHBOS, and Harry', are held in Building 612, a con: conducted a two day inspec-
membership are Navy dependents, Alters, HMC, of NAS Infirmary'r verted mess hall. Court of Honor tion of Patrol Squadron 44 in
"Wtty did you slap him? committeemen is held month conductedby Norfolk, Va, this week.
but less than 25 percent of the are advancement :,: once a ,
"When he fascinated me I kiss- active scouts live aboard the station Comdr. Wilson R. Bartlett, for- officials of Muskogee District. The FAW-11 Inspection party
ed him but when he started to" or in Dewey Park Many mcr skipper of NATTC tine 1 I The first Wednesday of each' traveled In a pair of P2V Nep-
unfastenate me,.I slapped. him. troop members come many miles CHPHOT Orren Calhoun of VC- month is set aside for a troop- tunes piloted by Comdr. Henry
each week to attend meetings. 62 are property committeemen,:;; parents meeting to show the latter F. Lloyd, operations officer, and
Pity the poor minister who Lt. George L. Ayers, antl-subma-
made
BACKBONE OF THE N A S Lcdr. Clarence Deeming, NAf; the extent of prore
bought a used car, and then didn'thave
Hne warfare officer
officer l III flnanci by their sons
observed it* !Sixth' comm 'sary ,
the 'vocabulary to run it. troop, which )


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TIME OUTWith k YviicfffffILfl Barrlw-Barle


Advance !I. City

Gordon Robbie

Pentagon snorts planners Two-Ball Event

have decreed a cutback in in-

teraervice sports competition Four teams, including, o n ft

in baseball, basketball and from NAS, remained in the

track, and substituted emphasis quest for title honors in the

on tennis, bowling golf 1IM ,. championship flight of the
and the triathlon. City Mixed Two-Ball: l Golf)

Tourney: as second round
The Interservice baseball tour. matches took a heavy toll

nament at Camp Carson, Colo.,
links.A
Sunday at the station .
last month was final competition
crowd of 84 teams,
touring
in that sport under the program
aft'erilA numbering 168 players; cavorted
which enjoyed a short life
the 6.5nard that
over course
post-war renewal ia 1952.
Ei a plays to a par 72. Half of'the
The'> Mnli'f'1It are net dropping !
a.M teams had been shunted to consolation -
the three ftp rU )o'omwhat
% nights following first round
fci known, rhtun-
All-Navy
day last week.CbampJonshtp.
plaits Mill, continue t8 he crowned
flight play was
in basketball,, track and .. a.
--'- '-" "" highlighted Sunday by the 4 and
bawball but lhal' far
a* a*
It'll AT REINS OF TOUCH GRID LOOP-Officials\ ot the )lalDSld touch football league' are briefed 3 conquest of Mrs. Sam Green
go.Seeing weekly oo rules and problems encountered in the uven-man flag football used this season in the and Henry Kramer turned in by

a need for changing; a popular NAS circuit Rules chances and schedules are drawn up by Frank McCaffrey NAS Intra the favored duo of Mrs. Joy
seemingly stable athletic prograrh, mural Co-Ordinator, serving as "commtaihraer"! t* the 15-teani league At a recent 'Skull srwlim
the Jntersenrice Sports Council are (left to right), Don ,Meymhkk NAS Special Services; Leo Kelly, VC- Z; Lcdr. Ted Crosby, ulvcrhouM and Fred Mann
NAS Special Services officer; Jim Lee, 0 K; J *n Caanrat VP.>3 and McCaffrey. Unable to be Fare SheuysEd
did so in an effort to place more present was Jack Piva, NARTU, other member of a five-man referee complement.AirLnnt Barnes, ComAir Lant till

emphasis; on Individual-participa fat from VA-45, and partner Mrs

tion sports.Also Bests Marines BANSHEES FALL IN Bill Barrow, stayed in contention -

the Service Council be with a neat 3 and 2 win

Jieves thin will steer away from MAJOR KEG'lOOP dyer Mrs. John Bryson and 'Ver

the trend to "lead up" teams Fasron Six suffeied its first non Ray.

from units or ships in a specific For Fleet Links Title setback of the'new :Major Bowling The NAS pair face Mrs. Walter

area Officials alto experienced League season, dropping a Shelly and. son, Davis, in third
headaches in scheduling interser- 2-1 verdict to Phillips'6 last
round competition this week' at
vice competition In the three A dexterous quartet of ComFairJax linksters, led by week
Comdr.} Frank ] FAw' Brentwood G. C. Culrerlwuae, representing -
lleyer; -11, propelled Air Lant to the<
sport Vic CicpUnaki of the Fasronites NAS, and Mann, face
Atlantic Fleet
golf championship last week at Camp Le-
In the latter case, baseball eune, N. C. tied with the winnei's De- Mrs Henry Johnson and Tommy

playoffs came too late for the Witt Besscnt for individual Jenluas.

Marines, who close shop early, Air Lant's entry mad top- 295. honors with 533 totals. Naval) Air Station's first flight
and too for the It heavy by four J ax-area stars
soon Army was McPheison Drugs capturedfirst
Comdr. Heyer'' captured the individual team of Mrs. Bill Foulk and Jesse
also felt that teams had to bested FMF Lant for the coveted
spendtoo with 3-0 win
place a onrJllnmie'
fell the
low score award with his Stephens, by wayside: in
much time from the title, 1,1910 1,210 strokes Billiards
away neat sub-par round. The FAW-11 the first round. .
home base. Eight teams were entered in In the fall and winter Vet
Chief of Staff finished third in Baal RMind Near

lo dofennf of the new ruling, the four-day firing, over the spa- Air Lant play at the station i eran's League, NATTCenter Two NAS tandems meet this
cknis, 7,000-yard Lejeune layout. Marines blanked Jacksonville
t'fNt" like bowling, tcnnl and course recently week in the second flight. Mrs.
golf offer top-let competitionto Third In Air Jjuit Terminal, 30. :Mike DcSanto
Lou and
Air Lant champion Ed Barnes, Gingrich George Manassa -
a nnuh wider age group, In Despite a fine two-under par 70 led the winners with a 527 set victors
VA-45, found the going rocky, 2-up over Mr. and
addition to many more Individual Ion one round Comdr, Heyer lost taking fifth place with 298. Bill The NATTCenter crew, trails Mrs. James Boors, tee off against
first-plaee Gators by a single
tlIndividual championship to
Teddy Jackson and Mike Benak.
Foulk Fasron. 109' golfing chief,
Des Lant's Art Silvestoni.. Comdr. game.CenterTouch.
"On the other hand slated a
carded 303 for ninth spot Possibility of an all-NAS final
Council'spokesman, "we're not : Heyer carded 297 to Silvestoni's
Divers Sixth round in this flight came to light

trying to smother the other sports. Other member of the ComFairJax as Mr, and Mrs George Ayerswon
We still want to turn out top :
Civilians Qualify four, Dkk Clark of FAWN, a second round lower bracket -
teams in all "
three aports.
Key West, captured 13th place match from Mrs. Al Cabesa

Word has it that the services In Golf with, a 308. Loop Led ByStorekeepers and Jim Blank.
will be well represented in the Tourney
Dick Divtrsi. of Patron 106 at After this week's round, participants
PanAmerican arid
Olympic J
I Civilian golfers vying in the Brunswick, Me., fifth member of move on to Sunday's final

games.The I annual station golf championship the Air Lant aggregation, slipped stand at the new Beauclerc Country

Navy will host the first I tournament will have seven full into sixth place with 299, a stroke Special Services: took its place Club.Two.

Interservice roll-off in bowling, : alongside such upset-minded clubs cue
days beginning Monday, Oct. 11, behind Ba"-
next March. Besides the quartet : as Purdue, .Army and Florida in
in which .
top 0 8 t qualifyingscores. .
ot new sports, boxing hat been I dropping Aviation Ordnanceman Share

retained in Interserrice competition Links Novice, On 'Fourth School Class A, from the unbeaten

Following. the qualifying: deadline Gets Hole-in-One ranks in .the "NATTCentertouch .
Try
Oct. 17 players will be ,
football league last week.

Oa Ute Mibject .f laterservIce -' placed in their respective bracket Weakening for the second timein The Gunnies fell before a surprisingly Top In HAS
and pairings made. Match
three the *
sport. Ft. Or" Warriors, weeks 222-yard; strong ,S-S nine, 2t-T,

on UM wrings of a two-..* tomer play will prevail throughout and seventh hole at the NAS golf causing a''reshuffling'of' pr- ta-
defeated Nerf.lk W pairings will be announced immediately '
Navy course gave up a hole-in-one. lOa predictions Net Circuit
for the baseball title this year following establishing
THE WINNERS pushed AO "A"
of flights. Using a two wood Dick Watson
Warren AFB beat out San Diego into, third place, 'one notch ahead
There is expected to be Tasron 109 accomplished Fasron 100's defending champions
competition ,
Marine for third pot. The Norfolk Ali; "A- School. Th Sparks .
Flyers won the AllNarycrown ia at leant four flights. As. the trick'' ,on the way to a somewhat gained a 15-0 win Oft AN-P methodically eut down apair
of opponents last week keeping .
in the and
past trophies prizes
earlier by beat
copping a unenviable nine-hole score School.
ia for. Intact an unblemished record:
two-of-three are store winners and run.ner..up *
aeries from BubPac, of M. It was only the fourth First place AK School won its- In the Mslnside intramural volleyball
in each
Pacific Coast titlebeareis. flight, plus a
medalist award. round of golf for Watson.VF174 third game of the ''y.ar without league
*
*
running a play, ,The Storekeepers The Beavers ran wild over Operations .
SHOUT PUNTS!
Personnel were awarded a forfeit win over and Conununjcations

desiring instructional to,reglater classes for can aqua do lung so :: In 1 Auspicious Debit ii Personnel.. while. 'T-44 was edging into a

MAD and NAWS School bat- first-place deadlock with,triumphs
by calling 8228, or contacting the
recreational supervisor, Building Cecil Toich Fwikall CirciitEleven tled to a scoreless tit ia the over VP-18 aid.Supply.

I final contest of the day. VC-* blasted Communications,
614, Room 101. .. .
1 ) teems, evenly divided IN GAMES: next _,.AK "A" 15-4 and 15-11 while third-place
With UM crystal MIl Get mlnistratioa. 13-0. The losers hada
among six squadron clubs and poses, a threat to league-leading partner CVG-17 was trouncingVP3's
four out of five last week for I 'I'D.caned back due to aa offside .
tin station outfits are ia the AK Personnel meets AN-P, AO Huskies, 15-0 and 15-2 in
five wins, a loss and tie Intwo
a penalty.
battle for touch football glory at "A" battles MAD while Special one of the moat lop-sided wins
,
weeks work t. date. Thh I Supply *.. 1 .. d first
Cecil Field this yes). pp Services tackles TraFac in Monday ever.
weekend, look to ':Tulane. defeat '- In ts* saga) tatraMaralgU
VF-174 looked impressive in. games 'Continuing on the hunt. tM
Mississippi state, Navy downing VA-15, l7 Bill Green ; 'tours seat at CeJL Tk I Wednesday, Personnel faces Huskies walloped FAW-ll'a hapless .

ever Stanford Texaa fe a tallied twice for the winners who ,vttUn tried only 1,301 strakes AN-P goes against MAD gang. Fasron Six, recover..

aqveaker over Oklahoma a a d displayed a potent passing attack. while s oond>pla o OporatUnsSupply AO "A" takes on TraFac with mg from a pair of first week

Penn over Prlaeetoa. UM wbaae* scored" final used .p 1,331. II AK having its hands MO against losses, fought back for wins over

TO Its the last seconds, as No. 1 wu led by JackBreadwater .Special Services VP-18 and FAETU, the latter via

Oa the service football front: Ft. Walk PrlteJaett aeaaapere tile and Bob Cillespi. I STANDIMBA a forfeit. t

Belvoir 14, Ft. Jackson t; Par NUn length ., tbe fleW MI a Bin ,Koressel showed the way for I I AK?..School. ...1"3. J.G 7.II 1.1))0 re/). AS A RESULT of Topping
"
ria Island, 33, Cherry Point 0; UdMlf rebI,... Operations.Fasron I Spec. Serrlnes .... 2 a 1 .T.I a from further league play FAKTU
Sc- ....
ooi 2
1
Hamilton AFB 19, Ft. Lewis 0: VA-105 and< VF-101 fought toa Nino won the 'annualvolleyball I,IA"A" SdtooI .... 1 1 J G .58a.Cif\1 takes a blank ia remaining league

Coast Guard 13, Norwich 12; 7-7 standstill. Neither team tourney defeating VF- I Tra"'M ....... 1 1 ,:;(10 contests.
APi-I Schoel Operations also
..... 1 1 Q .500 gained
Quantico 20, Detroit-; Army 24. could muster enough strength topu.sh 34. 15-8, 15-7 and 15-7, in the stars ...... 1 J .%iO victory by forfeit from FAETU;

, Michigan 7; Navy 41, Dartmouth across a winning 'marker.A final round The Fasronites won HAWS Personnel School...........0 fa 3::1 1. ,000.1M Wrapping up last week's net

t, sad Army "B" 20, Kings Point pre-seaaoa favorite bit the the event without los ot a single cue activity. VP-3 tripped Supply 15-7

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AFPS SPORTS I Fasron Six Tripped In Bowling Opener II Practice Versify Five Oct.Opens 18

,
,
Rood I p ComFairJax, in a lion-irke 410. Ia another American Senior circuit, gained a 4-f forfeit Official practice for the HKH-:

Armed Forces Press_ Service debut, went after the big one League avateh, VP-lt, last win ores: FAETU.High 55 Jax Nary basketball quintet

By SERVICE mciiLiQiTs during first week's action in year's sfvingUme champs, team series to dale has I will .open Monday, Oct. 1*, in the

The Engineers from Ft. Belroir; Mainjide intramural bowling daimed a .-. forfeit win over bent registered by VP-ll. with Ua inside gym Building Throe.

Vs., should have a successful grid- play end came back with a 3-1 VI'.11. 2471, aided by a high fame effort All candidates should bring own

Kith such stars AS win over toothy Fasron Six Supply and Commuoksdioas of .50. FAW-lI.. Tom equipment, shoes and prsttke
hon season
..rods Georg* Teraa.vieh tLSU) Bob Sanganario was high each recorded 4-0 whitewashe McDermott holds individual tog, and report to coach Frank

and Kent Pttera (Wisooasin), man for the winners with '44$, M the National loop, the high series hectors with, a lofty McCaffrey, at 1600.
while Pete Pierri 'turned in it Storekeepers taking Opera. Ml. I The Fliers are defending Sixth
tackle Dave Snimtadii (Wiscoawn -
501 for Fasron Six. lions in tow with Comm dex- Naval District champions.
), guard Ray Nala,'ml (Army Earl BUckatodc of Special ..
FASRON 1W
with
Gunner
tions .
State and fullback licking Photo Lab. I .
and Mississippi! ), '
Feaster showing the IN ANOTHEK encounter. Service holds individual high
Jerry l Ag. (Army) way, ,
Riles Given For
Pfr. Alex Utma., 34, aw AM- blanked VCamenable five, Special Service, pacing. the game mark with 233. ;

Army track .star'tUtioned at the
Brooke Army Medical Center HAS Grid Loop Fishing At HALF

Tex, scored three touchdowns as If you are Miming to do a 1a; -
Brooke downed Southwest Texas a. Lists Full CardA lie flailing at Naval Auxiliaty

State College, 3413, in its eaoonopener. battle _between' NABTU aadVC41 Landing Field at MMjpott, be

highlights a 10-game elate ore you are familiar with mien
Michigan State's ew backfield and regulations It\ the
In the KAS touch football )ague facility
coach Mrs Define, was a B-29
next week. It Is pointed out that no fi ll.
bombadier (la the South Pacific rfc.r.a.,.. M. T ing by NALF personnel will be
during WWII The University \1".,* ... twuon tile; St..d1u.
Qe..w1"1'>. J' tltin.lupr permitted during working day, or
of Mississippi (Ole :Miss) has Ort. S
7cr'it. while they tire in duty vtstu,
... KtMit,. .
...,ex-marines on lt. football hospital ,... CVCI7.M .1\1". and there will be fishing during
no -
tower this ........ ...... it
year.The Banshees$ VP.3I I VT2Jtppl) hlHdlimoVPiS the workingg day in the area
Air Face has ordered Stagger
JvknUratMblMg vi. I'eiiwnoij. HviU.
South J T.....,. <..... 12 from the Recreation Hall, along
forut er CAto-1 NARTU 'vi.t> !. K IIIUL gild wtar now, ioU'tTg "a. Vr-U. AlutOJa.WMIaMMkr. .
quartet .
M.< : 13VP44 Fishing will be permitted <..*..
back for 'tbe Ottawa RoughRider IM Football macron 10), SUdlHVr3 .
in Aspirations v-:"OpcrallotM Mu tm. ing the working day in the area
the Canadian
*
3k'n''r, IW.. 14 front the Roc Hall seaward and
al football league to CVC-17 >.. Fupva. Six.VKZ2 !tsdl.nt.
aothe duty. pt'Orf1SSion.j Upstart Patrol Squadron Tree, underrated I lot,pi Ul : vi. l O>M.ate r.ft.Ort.),1'p.Ut -II tl... from Berth No. 1 seaward for

and .. rta4laM.NARY personnel in an off-duty statin
More than 100 Aimy, AF and apathetic Supply fashioned the intramural tooth football w OfMM itoM. I
Marine Corp boxing coaches attended I. headlines at Mainside, stealing a portion of latter from ".. Supplr.. Muslin I and authotlted off-at alien fn-

undefeated Fasron Sue at the t .week .noun!.
a five-day clinic held in juncture..
Tokyo under the direction of II|I Ithtee Fasraft Six waylaid. VP-3, 32-24 only this week is returning frjnu I Start Contest : All military personnel, their I
but only after the Huskies dia- i guests aad retired persons are
stateside ring Dt.on-"f | a tour of posed of defending station champion To Name eligible to fish at NALF Maypoit,
Simmons, Syracuse, UnUersity; Iceland. .
port
Kddlo Sulkfrwtld, Pennfjlvanla Personnel, 164, in the week'e aTAxsiltCIlike. subject to ..&\dat onI. military

tate curtain taiser. ......,. tk'4. ii. personnel must be 'ftW'tH d 4o
$ College, and JH Bun**, National Wave
'1'L t' rrrn Cagers present' < r identification tall
The polished Banshee jugsvr-: pi op *
Training! whool in VratJi- Fasrwn file 3 0 lit esr1
Ington, D. C. taut stayed on the ground most apn.l;>> 2 1 1 44 :ISM time*.
ota 2 1 M
Zed Lt. Je fenrad. USAF, of the war to grind out fire' Suppllr 0 e J U IX servicewomen I ..ea

sparked the Gary AFC I' touchdowns, Parker Gillani. BUI- Person.el. 2 1 C M f*
Texan 1 94 MOW Marine, are hunting frantically
golf team to a recent tournament ot Fetr \'kk and Dill Burgess ear- ,-r.a: 1 1 e 4J for Here's in-a. STRIKESSPARES
( VF44v 1 : .u Itl 1 a name a once.
victory in Austin. Lt Conrad' r-iar. N-'ftTU I t 0 !NSJ6 lifetime chance to help these
"CQ 1 I :.II YiO.etat4oa. :
pK-ture appeared in the Aug. 23 ,lee M< edition of sad Homer Bria soared lee :".:. e .
Sports Uufctrated. a ,,'p.w 0 l' G A "Name the Gala" content u SPLITS
In winning the National Tiopby tore Iwrert, wW lit lose os4ests CAG-17 ..0 4 94. 7SSports being conducted to find a rightful
Individual .Rifle Ctiampxw- have failed I* waver/ .a 11 extra I monicker for the Jax Navy Wave I With the advent of a new'bowling

hip at Camp Perry Ohio r Cps. paint atW ptllo I basketball team. season on the NAS intramural

Edward Grime of Ft. Decent Against Personnel, the Huskies FromYesteryear TAKING their place this season scene! the lax Air News resumes

Mass, aiisaed. the bull eye only were near perfection. Fraak beside such women's powerhouses a regular weekly" feature

even bates in 50 shoU and ccord Kloas, Frank Fiimeran and Jim as Pensacola Gonettei, posting the top ten individual

22 V-tmg .vhote.A I Boroff.aUNt. a lone touchdownby TEN TEAKS AGO TODAY Georgia Peaches and Lockheed league averages.Another .

crowd of 2
watched the UCLA Bruini rteaia- NAKTU established a seasoa's UUe, with A. A R and nickname.A will be resumption of the 200

loll over tbe Saa Diego Naval high with a 44.13 conquest of VF- Boathouse in a second place Ue. prize of five dollars will be Club next .week. Momberifipi i in

Training Center, Calif.,. 6T-0, at i 44. Charlie Richenbach, Manuel A 6-2 defeat by Squadron VPB given the person, civilian or military this coveted circle is limited to

the LM Aagelec CoU nuat. This Connie. K. F. Besaent, J. W. prevented the Boathouse crew sending in the name thoRn personnel breaching the. 20

U an all-thne scoring record for Brj.an and Al Tarmak produced from sharing first place. by the Waves. as their adopted mark In league: play.
UCLA, but year** Pacific Coast the Resef.." touchdowns The football Fliers were nickname After five games rolled SPft 1Sen'lcu

Conference champion Seemingly content mot U will ready. the opener. this. week fOSTERS are being distributed Jim Lumaa>>1ds a high

ODDS AND JEXDS! or lose, Supply; was .Involved in against the U. of Florida in aboard the station giving further average of 231 to lead both

Notice how many snore Giant its second consecutive: tie as Hospital Gainesville. particulars on this contest. Entries leagues.

baseball lau there are this year. was held t. a 13.13 draw. FIVE TKARS: AGO TODAY will be accepted through Tor TBJ avvsucM;:

Wonder why? Mickey MMMe Ted DurAl and Hank Stephen Jax Navy annexed its sec Friday.Oct. 2%. L..aapenallSsr.I CieSl&21i
recenUy g.t tossed .ut of hisHrat matched points with Floyd Howard and straight win, dowai g the MCUes ort. AVU a se
Bend entries to lax :AIr\News, Kdole.P1S a Hit
game by an umpire and R. T. Gilbert ftf the supply Edcntosi Marine, 30-0, at the Sports Editor Boom 226 Ad Thomas, Commuftlc (tlo... 3 1U;
,
Our Gator Bowl. Carroll, VA175Hlnkle ::1 175
M-
gueas that the ehairmaa
"seven". Buildiag or Lt. (j jg) Matt,.)Xurl- FAW-lt :t 174
of the Giant strategy board, LeoDwedher. Doa Rum we the *Uiio Knudsen VPUBlaiksUxJc m 172
I Hospital ws Vfrited ./ a lich, cart of AO School, NATT- i ?pe. frnr. s 171
will be of theMarciMM'a I Junior golf ehampionahip.
,
"manager Clltad 1 auwon 105 3 170nlssawatr
YMI'!' ,'k4.ry over raaroa Six wae* Center. "fasts. a IM
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i .u..M (iaalaecoad
the Basahees" a ... .. .,...... ....... ... _
lt.oky ext victim: -g"f"" ,>14<."wr..pin aft.:rbk '" We "." ... "" *"h.' "'. .M "M..o.-. '::' '''''''''''''' 'Iii't;
UueMewa for narrow tnt .''.' "''' ', .
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Nino Yaldes : ;. .f..#. .,.,. ; : ._' '" '
of Cuba. Golfer '. .J '. "" < "
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20-1 ctotUfo i. the opening .,"'" .. ," '. .;.: :. > .. :" .' ,. "
Frank Stranahan has turned professional :, .. ';.-: ; :: ', ;, f. 'v'-Mm. "'
after playing la the amateur week. I I OJ'j, ,.. ,. .. ; .. <" ,.'Y..Y.'"... .:, ...... .J' .1i.''''" ;','jf;fi ,.t,..,.,1.
bounced fjom l .
OtiR was rudely ) "M:
ranks for more than a dec- 'r'f. ''.''.' ",..''. ;;''t"' : I"
undefeated list ty :Fasron :i
the <
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2413. Earlier, OAR blanked ,Y.
.. 109, '1 :' .Of .. "'" '. '
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docile CAG-17, 25-0 with Willie tV' 1 .. >

FSU Mesior Holts Di! yman.scoring.Bill Cries and Tony Rutno -


StatiM Cage ClinicThe I''I A forfeit loam sustained by Fas .t

ron 109 in its opener with Hospital N 1
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annual basketball ,clinic looms larger .i the Faron-

aboard this station opened Tues I ilea strive to gain ground on

day at the NATTCenter gym, league leading Fasron Six.

Building :513 under the guidanceof Ralph Bennett threw touch- t. ,
Lcdr. J. K. .'nU
head mentor at Florida State Sam Nymlck for Fa!!ron IWs 13-6

University. 1
Sessions begin at J500 with Smith scored for the losers

gatherings set for today and Mon Never seriously threatened,
day through Thursday' of next 1'C-O2 staggered VF-44, 25-0,

week. The clinic Is open) to both with Roger Hornnby, G. W. Gill

military and civilian personnel, and J. K. MojBlttaJt Mippljingthe ). ___m_ ._. __ ___ ._ ___ __ .._.. _" ,__. .__" '__ ____"_'_'_______'_'___ ____ ___.______._ ____m_._________.

players, coaches and fans alike. fuel.YPW J. GRIDIRON Gl'MNASTICS-TnFac' Henry ToweJI (with ball) Is ibm. attesaptiag a pleats
Lcdr. Kennedy here for two through aster daring first period attiett between T/a-Fae and AK School In the NATTCcaUr intramural -
and NARTU sustained a tourh footfcaU league lad week. George Bernler, AK School (beneath ball carrier) maka
weeks training, has bHR'COQh when neither could field a sucressfKl stab at tagging rowell. 1* case Beraier odssed. defeaaesaea Joe Lowell and Al inter
>>t the Tallahassee school: for cev- loam each (right) were ready to move (ia. The Storekeepers, rurreatly leading the alae-team league, defeated
f'1'years' and has gained wide an entry Wednesday. TraFar, defeaulMg rhaatpion!, 11-J. Game are played Mondays and Wednesdays .. four, .......
popularity in this area. Yet to play Is VP-H whhh fields.I .




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Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 7 October, 1954


Training For All Hands



i CHIEF YOUR FIRE Fire Prevention Training



# SAYSFire .
s1 t 4s r Is Year-Round Project


Prevention Week Is Here
: The most important phase of fire prevention and fire
Just what does that mean to us?
protection is training, and here at NAS Jax the best of such
others -
Some take it lightly,
may training possible is available to all hands at any time.
take the time to think
may During the, past year, many activities -
about it and do nothing about it aboard the station '''have pumping operations and other

and still others are reminded of called upon the firefighters of the phases; Each member of the fire

that garage that needs cleaningout station fire department to assist department is required to take

; or the attic that has become them. in: various problems of fire this .training-an all-year project.
cluttered with an accumulationof The firefighters feel that practice
prevention and fire protection, but
what would come under the makes perfect
s there are still spine who seem: to
category of trash If we took the ofthis All this professional training in
be unaware /the Importance ,
time to check it. y \ +k valuabjfasslstance. tl,1&p is passed on to all hands by

: Fire Prevention, Week was created the firefighters. ,
THE! : :j m'I'I0N: FIRE depart
not only to think about> our Aim of fire
ment 'sjtrjwies the importance of andjr urpose piev .,
careless fire habits, but to actually this e ri t i o nr'r indoctrination to. all
unl trjt ln| not by words, but by
do something about them. We JUST irtiTUVIE l -A serious ,fire:was averted in this NAS ,_ h departniei1E'c n. h.ndf, is tp'' pcOur8ge all to feel
eXaln.t e
read published statistics! on loss cleaning ihop;:vy en alert employees acted swiftly in using 40-fMJj : !' trainingprogramsfor jk} 'lor the,sake of personal life,
cf life and property from fire, Ion foam and 90:pound, COS ,extinguishers to subdue a flashArfi: jjuct3'itn lye snurjf7( / at''istattort. } and country,
which was gabtthg headway and would have involved the enHrj S ifil'fowfa *nen. Th! yncludestratlo
but do we do anything to reduce building in just"{:matter of minutes. The group had been instntcieJL'by !l e. lj I n .lecUltt' ;7 d mon-, tlh,.: espo'4bt{1ty should rest with_
the possibility of our being. on the stationfirft;; department just three days' prior to, this flfe;* A lijlder drills.-hose lays, tb'in4ividgal '"$ Yes. the. fire, de-
the wrong end of these figures? .."J'I'". : ; payment will'oome, Vnd put out

WE WOULD VfcNTURE to say Concerning Fire ,the lire: ,\bU .the: vqystion always

that more,than 90 per ent of people ? arises<.t'"t Cou1d''tbta'tp': : haVe; been

who ,have lost their ,lives or j (.Jf9:1' : prereii, tfdt,*; as'1q'tryei: } t.traln-
suffered financial losses from fire Man i Iijls Own ( ati ing.enters;,0ieIF icture<: ; ,,r

were in the category that, take", .it" ITOO. 1It);.?itlEF l'OtY111IlLi'( ;

fire! hazards. lightly; The major,: Worst f ; my i. I' A to ,man j'SiT*fire \it? &*n,',in, our
of Je wouldn't drive their > : "'
peo ; # ) building;Is U hot'WiftB; tO know
cars. at \\cessive,. rates of sjed Two sweejSyK! ,S the second; :<,.' ; how to:',ale) L iie4uC\: exUnguisher
and en the lives of tjtemselves Every twos'a home b : { ;
anger I a, and know whaj ,, ype;: of fire;you
&.:i: helr family, y-et'will Every, tw lnufes, every,.hl 9 j are battlingf,. '*' ,-; :; ;.4
allow dtutons to exist;.t t their every *qfa weekj Isn't .it'Wis: totknowthe'4an*

homes W*& would be equally* as month, '/ttuwttwut* the yeajr! ,gers of ';cIrtatnlsmmabii{ ;t : liquids *
'4. r
danger uW; .Yc; dlsast 1.'lJ!:V visitscan aiii,ttr' r1-, + Ke 0y 4: .. ? <-1. .. a.aY&> :- *.*> vCouldn't .

TnE;L! SON V11tl' smokes ,h:...ira .'.,.Jl ;....;.\ r ilrt*. tineJf you knew
'JIn'l -
r In bed \ i;big a ni n"{ to theM ..1de ade fir. a4 kill t((4 aU..about 'ba4 >electrkairwiring';; '?

comm 1> a ref .. driver ed mote'1 b 1OOO()( ors and t 1 *Istft it,. 'wIthtl'yourxpflde\ ; to

Many woul 0 \think of bu 1 t.t 4isfigureda' : 1\hun.\ 1 } ;f }knovatA: 'ieast'tlui:: ,:has c,:facts

drivi 1 J4itaKlnf.!! toxic at- dre sbf f, usands nlcjL'. i .. __ ___ ., about:;fire:j>reydnllon'and"fine.;pro.
Ingge/but )f e com- '" h' :f' .t:' \ : .: certainly Would i
;ye4r about n..Q.QbAmerl-- .tectionTpU
ltij1!
Jlctcl.fl"? af+5 allow 'a.ns ofptnl car sollfie i and t 'Golrgeraing'fires :wtrnW >
Ot" mtie1' thaat J\wlce thatnGmbbrre : you?
: : ';yivit { i ,.t cumu vXsk' .supervisor have
lIe! t\ytbprned\ or dtstigtupiforIfifOld : ,. ; 'y
omt.tfJ1, ;peoPle ari tt t t o1 you :checked.,out Inn: ,;phase of
;t.. Jl"ttlA, .:, :With a chtklreiithe'prtd .flr*,:prevention heJ r that ,may,uee&i
i'" of are.fl r ,you"thhnfcyou By
", ttttj. ; J ia:: t. KVJ "' .' will be1p'.elt
>o; ,
( argx WORSE-'Tbfiie'wts' dtiing you
EveryJday there .. ahvr ecfires'
Would! +plt rutJ # : : ;with : '
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; ;(ealtsedzbarearcieMamok. yew. buddies >
t b'1)1
;U33 deaths :
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,, icleaing :
kerosene low f ; :, a ,i ;higr''SQine person allowed: .Wouldn't It) b* 'a "tragedy;"'ands
.
[ a
fires 97 t i
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with ga3clitlc? ''J. btrq\tX re 95 store >, a",dgretter*sh'to fall lnzto''sl '
r chxirph .' > ;\irei lgb ; on .your, conscience,* tolyiye
safety Is a ;famtl ':a is 8 fires illCti44l'fires ; hamper ''and the',fire '
take a persona 'f'I1' i aiia jh, t.v-. ..5. X hospital flrtar'$ r -extended' to the-wall. It your ;buddies,:,die' in>1a fire,
eiwur have'.burned down :jbecauaeayottdtdn't'kabW.what'a
f.' just: !
In: our. own lives.,,..l...... 'e "$ The combined U. 8. > 4 Q_ : ., the, building..here' had it b.eck' to. dot, =i *
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.\ .\ the largest in hietOrf"t, :. .: 'time.
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51iF Ie reyer one billion dollars %, ::. :Fire
#oet ,deaths by fire traflcaUyW '; "Prevenfiqn'Week .
Not f''Si'r, l Ski, s Fire Last Year :
J
,.c< W lf Women and children ;J tt.tbe i ; 1; Js'Herej]

,.. :, 1W11SirJrbat.; .1 }t / ;
,.i principal fire cm'Pder .t'ttjes: Co J tiHUcdWntion, d Makes, It ,So: ,Fire': .Prevention' Week!' is ,here?
i in iti
$n bon% of frequency 1 Let's 1 oln; the t'i
.A: *1"1 Smoking sit Last; : yeat 1he(1r'WM\, ot oho ,singly se-nous ,fird .at ,tbeava1Ax : To::prpteci our.lti'es'uid property;

( t gidlingioc i nistcltei1., 2) tisus6 a ""WAle\. .I a. =* _. ;<><; .., f.,. AL 'j _' I 'TJirougbout.&ch da/ and'hfght.
'
T
1 + tYe'1 : haV ,''been disaa : ; : ;1" .. t This eachyear\ '
r electricity;: aef ctive, or ovc : might t t1r0 tifow' and week, ts'Jset asideToremind
tddiir. ,, vomerya
; { i. but' for persomielt'MiOpdrted.thcmtwompilyi ; J.Y{ :; .,, UsVf what lean be
I b t6d heettpg a> :g4oldngui: f.u : children." Y ,
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IUn1oss,x iow\ : : tn: f d r s'XmPrO'? n dii' 1 *pta i \ to,t1\; e'ktn, -.:'Here'! 1s l :rm;, Jtst of'I'bspOases' ; '6i '.. We," A JM I {'

,! qu, a: f bbtib r$)t ai ,,2is rtdling :pftf tlon:.* \t division iuvd >rop rly fire apparatus '.tot; *the period To" make ottI' fire ,-losses smaller
)' 't \ !"">rj :J'r'!, : utui tlle\ : first'a1d \'1lre1lihtlngV : During th/'other fifty-one
Tho,5innp; vies' The! '4/ That : hf'.9.,' 'II' =: ....u.jp1"'I {_;':':' .t-\01': ) ;e noes-which \areplace d activities 'ire' constantly 80 let's put forth sonte'':i effort
lktJ dm improvingr -
'{; ) Pif''?,;;'l'). ,f'r, ;c"sittA.tlaie. 11'.>!)_.,, t tn. ,;:.a11... .>,. ''.fOfhAtyjut? : :":,;",, () heri'$how i'neetl lox'moxe. And' set up a strong'defenseYou
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BUPlr1ll{ ;leYours \ "Wi- '.).r4101.U! % 'i > ........"'.>, Workloffic J' ;;\19: $.." 1953'. :.xs52 :V 7 mind-- '. !J;' ;/
; tj1nde.t' whose 'f' :<"V
rrL y m efif flre'divlsidn'operatcs' t ", o Ott, ;'y. #", :;2L' ,13 :; A}:tSupp1t ,vlt' just:stakes common. sense,
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A' ";'Jg6':: 3'Pu fib do
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othe ;;stop :think! and Ue careful
v.ltiglatniis reds .
y "Y&'iliaJoJ' \ ;
L n hMa .,. s1;owttecHtrequepry"'" ,'r- ; : yaks"on? ; firs8i : j, ,N : ; ,:;..; ( ': ."'lit. That is:the secret of it all
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r- I +c mni $:H/stat (t that :!only''';J lvI.", at.t.:,' d fc ( ",,1'3. :.'."R'.J-\\0: \,'.'; ,"'''# 4.y 1 *> \ < t **. 2 ( |1NABTtJ' Isaac SImmsSAFETY
apaf Hospital t: /
,hxaug { i ,cp/'er "t tit ? : ? .,
: U\1t't ''J'et'p>' '', alFhands 'j' '.*'V r.#' *** 5 *.-, .ki 1

mar'I".t/theaxstatioii'" further: : reduce' :FAX;; Activities 'U'; ., 2"% 10 ZONE
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Housing Area 8 8 10
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thefi9eeediesswssto,caused_ bf fire. .
....FmE{:.CfIEF''pONALD'; MO-: Security 'I*: 0 t 0

Malicious' .;.:.-.: ..4'. 2 1,2A
RA ttian4,embers of his firefigfiting -' .'-:: .,.,y? & *.1. WHEN $MOKINCrSTAY
'unit 4 fesk'that alt handsinn i FJVS DOZEN PAJCES
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"ap6ncertedeffort 'td elin.? ;Total .*? 90l 102 229 FROM OILY AND HKWLY .

xa :t <<. .t 4t'hazar ,;in their homes, *:,}lot included 1 in v this 1 compilation COM6VSTl .P.A.ACCES,!

s S'. pfashops and( ')working areas;' are calls made for brush fires, nltA

nk gy emphasiz.pi fact that the, Dempster .pump t'and' off sta-.

cjuse" of most fires.in the eoun- '\.lon'alirmL, :.."'. *a' .' ., u

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THIS IS HOW- ITS DONE-Boy- Scout Billy Curtis of NAS a : Don't Give Fire 'a Place, to.. Start!
Troop 131, inspecting the housing area aboard the station, shows
.... Mrs. Shirley Wagner, wife of E. D. Wagner, A03,' how to use a (, ownf
S Carbon Dioxide extinguisher on an overheated stove. This is part ,,_,pr ttn, IttMI.f9Vlt IftfJ Jwri* n!f.y your

.f the junior firefighters' program eon'aetect.b1 the scout troop, iac ..
..junctt with the fire department, daring fire prevention week.


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