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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 21, 1955
Frequency: weekly
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CHARITY DRIVE TEAM No campaign ever progresses without the men and women behind the scenes, the key personnel whose job it is to keep pluggingfor
success. Pictured here are the NAS Jax departmental chairmen and treasurers who are teamed for victory in the Navy Jacksonville Consolidated Charity Drive.
Left to right are: Comdr. Rex Goodman, Medical; Ray Datres, Industrial Relations; Jim English, Supply; T. M. Cowan, Public Works; W. D. Boyd, Fiscal; W.
I E. Well, Security; Mike Cascone, Industrial Relations; Rex Whiddon, 0 & R;.Capt. Ira N. Curtis, Public Works; Capt. Wellington Hints, chairman of the board; I
Comdr. W. A. Weaver, Dental; Charles Hart, 0 6 R; Comdr E. II. Potter, Operations; Lt. George Holton Administration; Frank McCaffrey, Special Services;
Lt.. Rose Coleman, Communications; Capt. D. W. Sharon, Security; Helen Hester, Special Services; Comdr. I. C. Wooton, 0 & R and Lcdr. Lou Brozo, Supply. .


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VOL-13 No. 4 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 21 April 1955

Home of Commander Naval Air Bases. Sixth Naval District; Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville; Fleet Air Wing 11; Naval Air Technical Training Center

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First New r'ft


DislocationPay Reveal Plans To Give I

GivenThomas


Cotchaleovitch AE1, L Salk Vaccine Here
reporting here for duty with ..
Faetulant Detachment Two, is f'1 : i ..z.rIti .

the first serviceman at NAS ." h Children between the ages of six months and six-
Jax to be paid the new dislocation :.:.. .
allowance under the pro- .<} teen years of age who are dependents of servicemen

visions of the military pay law. attached to commands based at Naval Air Station

Having completed travel from Jacksonville, will be given a series of three Salk polio
Norfolk Va. with his four dependents

,
to NAS Jax, Cotcha : injections in the very near future, upon the presen-

leovitch received $176.10 insteadof tation of a sales slip procured from the NAS Special

the $79.20 he would have
FIRST NEW DISLOCATION ALLOWANCE -'Thomas Cot- Services department.The .
been paid without the dislocation rhaleovitch, AEI, reporting: for duty with FaetuLant'DetachmentTwo Naval Air Station Medical \
allowance newly author receives the first newly authorized dislocation allowance paid -. months later, arrangements for .
out at the Naval Air Station. The sum of one month's quarters' Department in conjunction this should be made
purchase at
ized.THE INCREASE was givento allowance, provided under the new pay law, is given to qualified with Special Services, is
servicemen when the family completes a move from old duty station formulating plans for a large- a later date to avoid complications
which
alleviate hardship accrues -
station. involving transfers of families
to a new permanent at
scale administration of the
each time a serviceman
well of the
Hit 100 Percent vaccine under the direction of as storage vaccipe.
affects a move of dependentsand Six Departments A SINGLE INJECTION of the
Capt. Warren E. Klein, senior
household goods, especially
:
vaccine does not provide immunity
between the time he leaves one medical officer, Naval Air
the Medical
ad
station and reports to a perma- NARTU Goes Over The Top Station, and Lcdr. J. B. :Maze, vises., The second injection Department should

.
Special Services -officer.The .
is to
,nent one. The sum equal be received between two and four
Supply of Salk vaccine,
the individual's monthly basic weeks after the first and third
allowance for quarters, provi- In DriveSetting purchased by Special Services not less than months a
Navy Charity seven pre.
department, will be.sold to in-
transportation ded he is entitled or travel to dependent pay. dividual dependents who desire ferably ten months after the sec-

HAVING MADE four perma- a pace to be reckoned with, the Naval Air Re- protection from poliomyelitis. It ond.School children
first and
:nent moves during his career serve Training Unit Jacksonville has moved far in fronton will be stored at NAS Infirmaryand ( see
In the Navy, Cotchaleovitch the field in the Navy Jacksonville Consolidated Charity administered by Medical department (Please Turn To Page 8 Col. 5)The

...shyly admitted, that the $96.90 Drive, pledging 140.2 percent, or 40.2 percent over and personnel upon presentation -
increase will go a long way to- above its quota. of authenticated sales slips 'Champ'Comes

ward getting settled in his new Next in line"are ComNabSixwith lations department has gone over and proper identification as soonas

Jacksonville home. With three 100 percent; Fleet Air Jax, the top with 133.6 percent of its the vaccine arrives. Home
children below the age of five 86 percent; Naval Hospital, 75 goal. No figures or breakdowns ALTHOUGH VACCINE will

years, he draws only a 6-cents- percent; NAS Jax, 72.8 percent; have been made available of individual probably not be available for a From Med '
a-mile travel reimbursement NATTCenter, 58 percent; Fleet units in the other com- couple: of weeks, machinery has
for his wife. Air Wing Eleven, 40 percent and mands. been set in motion for the injections The "Champ" is hom.

The newcomer is also happyto NAS Cecil Field, 29.9 percent. Also over the top in the NAS to be given at the earliest When she tied-up at the May-

come back to Jax, as one of Figures are as .of( April 13. Jax departmental picture are possible moment. Sales slips, purchased port Carrier Basin this morning
tours of duty at a cost of $1.10 each
his most pleasant
REPORTS ISSUED stand- the USS Lake Champlain com
on Dental, with 125.5 percent; Special
from Special Services the
was with VF-14 here from 1949- on second -
Ings of departments of Naval Air Service, 120.5 percent; Public floor of Building 930 be- pleted a seven-month cruise with
1953.! the U. S. Sixth Fleet In the Mcd-
Station show that Industrial Re- Works, 106.7 percent and Chaplain's
Pleased too, for the sake of.the tween the hours of 0900 and 1130, iterranean.
division, 100 percent. will be issued identification -
on
serviceman, was J. B. Inabinetof proper
supervisory fiscal account WEATHER OUTLOOK TilE STANDINGS OF Other:I of the dependent. Friends, relatives,,and civic and

ing. "Two moves and you're Friday -:- Partly cloudy and NAS departments, in order, are: Initial purchase of the first two military officials, headed by Rear
Fuel Depot, 90.7 percent Medical, Admiral John Perry, CommanderFleet
broke" he says is an expressionthat warmer. ; injections is recommended, these
he has heard many times Saturday Cloudy, possible 88.7 percent- ; Mobile Training shots to be given between 21 and Air Jacksonville, were on
during 20 years of work in his showers. Det., 840 percent; Legal, 81.8 28 days apart. Since the third hand to "welcome home" the huge
carrier and her
field. Sunday Clearing and'cooler.The (Please Turn To Page 8 Col. 2)) I injection will be given about '10 crew.
During her stay in the "Med"

the "Champ" (the carrier's nick

. I. EM Advised To Complete Eligibility Courses Earlyvision II name miles..) traveled She visited more ports than 44,601 from


Enlisted personnel of Na- warning, Issued by Fred board in either the rate or rating, officers to submit their Gibralter to Lebanon* Beirut and
Africa to Genoa
,
Avers, ADC, in charge of theI or in the entire pay grade. Thus recommendations to I & E by April from Algiers,
val Air Station Jax, who are the carrier stoppedat
All told
Italy. ,
& E office, comes on the heelsof Chief<<: Avers ,advises enlisted men 30r
contemplating: taking fleet- in to of noW' to IS! different ports in three
last week's announcement begin as completetheir Personnel who were advanced on
wide exams for advancementin the Jax Air News that advance- necessary courses, since some January 1 are eligible in time and continents.The .
rating in August, are ments in many ratings are becoming take several months. Deadline rate 'for exams in August. Champlain became the first
strongly advised by the NAS highly competitive. I I date is June 30 for completion of Personnel are welcome to check Navy ship to be home-based in
Information and Education ALTHOUGH TESTS will beI all eligibility courses.INFORMATION the newly-enlarged Mayport Car
wth I & E concerning' respective
office to have their eligibility given in all ratings, tight quota AND Education rier Basin.
courses completed and not restrictions will be applied on certain office, located in Building courses necessary: and needed to Captain E. A. Hannegan is the

wait until the last minute.. rates due to either excess on 953: has already requested of dl- attain their eligibility status. "Champ's" commanding officer.



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VP-5. VP-16, Fasron 109. FAW-1L VC-62, VP-18, Report



rfixfuJItIf8 Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons; I



Publishedery Thursday tor Navy and Marine actlMtlei at Natal' AD .
Station Jacksonville, Ha.. vr-5 I'asron 109

Capt. John S. Thach .. L.-. ,.,..NAB... ..--.mm.Jackitailil. .-..._......_rnmrymndinq Offlcet: This past month has established Six Ensigns! have left for flight
Comdr John N. Myeri n,,,..,.,,,,. ? ? .'?:*ecuth e Officer Rt'ynard-the Mad 1"ox-as a little training at Pensacola: Ensign
fleet Air laekludUe
Rear Adm. John Terry ,.,, ...?...........Commander man who knows no no's! George Jenkins, Jack F. Jennings,
Capt. Richard O. Greene .Chief of Staff in the F. McClure
It marked the first time Dean R. Mathews George -
Fleet Air Wl_ Kitten
Capt. Edwin :J. 'S. Young i 'I..Commander unofficial memory of FAW-11 that. John P. McGowan, and GreyC. '

Comdr. Frank D. Heyer ..Chief Staff: Olllcet any VP outfit attained greater Eichholz. All six! have been NrY
Naval I Air TMhalcal TralnlBf Ceater
,Capt. Ilenry C. IVI/>nK. .Commanding Officerhxecuthe than 100% utilization during the : attached to the squadron TAD for

Comdr. Edward W. mshop., Officer leave period following the return' six weeks. L
Naval hospital
Capt. Edward C. "Kenney ?..,_.__.___. .??.?. .?..,.......__..Comma ndlnp: Officer from a deployment. I Lt. (Jg) Jack T. Wright was
Capt. U A. Newton ,.,.-,? --,-.......,...... -4 ____txecuthe: Officer :
NABTU) The esprit de corps was Just married last week In Hartsville,

Capt. Wilson R. Bartlett ...... CommandIng Officer as willing as the flesh and showed Tenn:
Comdr. Laurence 1,'. Steffenhagen ,.?.-.r.,......?.,., __kxecuUve Officer ,
itself on every day's flight schedule Members of the Beaver Softball

The JAX ATR NEWS Is published weekly at the U. S. Natal Air Station. with the ASX commitments, '
:Jacksonville Florida, and punted commercially with non-appropriated fundsat team are spotting brand new ma
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVKXOS P-35. Rev and vigorous training: progiam. loon and grey uniforms.
o.O 1945. Copies are dlstilbuled I free ot charge at the Naval Air 1 Station, the The achievement-and it Is thatIs -
Naval! Air Technical Training Center: Naval Air Reserve raining Unit, and the Men getting discharged last
U. S. Naval hospital a credit to all hands.
Editor-.Andrew< II. Planey week were Fred Eovalt, AD2;
Ass't Editor-Dcda Moore; Staff Reporter!-Jack Holmes, PHI; Nancy All hands had their back-pat Kreel R. Harmon, AT2; and Alfred -
Ward SN. chance at the -
ting en masse! recent
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Forces Press! S"rvtce. C. May AD3. Robert F.
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be romlntcd without All Hands party. A buffet George, PN3 has been transferredto
the written permission of Armed Forces Pi"ess Service Republlcatlon 'of other the served to'
matter except by nervlce publications Is prohibited without permission ofEditor befitting kings was the USS Nantahala AO-60 .at 1
: JAX AIR NL\VS. the 95% (roughly) of the squadron -
Norfolk.
Editorial offices! located Main Administration Building. Phone extensions
8346 210 and 8161. who turned out for the big *

--w-- blowout. Some 300 couples kepthe

It's To You floor comfortably FAW11Wing .J
,Up ( spacious headquarters has been a .
swinging to dance music.
beehive of activity during the past DOUBLE EVENT: On the
Everyone has heard at one time or another that "this base" or
New "Mad Foxes" currently two weeks Another antisubmarine day he was cited at meritorious
"that ship" is a good billet for duty. mast John Croke
getting into the swing of thingsare exercise has been scheduledby PNSN, of

And when you stop and think about it for a minute, you'll realize : Lt. Jack Fuller, Lt. Allen Capt. Edwin S. S. Military Personnel office at
Young, Wing NATTCenter, also shipped
there is a reason. Smith Lt. (Jg) James Chesley over
Commander Capt. Henry C. DfLonp:, com.
Lt. (jg) Ed Bean, Ensign John All manding officer of the Training
Jax based units of the Wing
','d'g'rt4; Dana, Ensign Stanley Harm, and Center, presented Croke with a
Ensign Jack Kennedy. plus detachments from VP-34 at Good Conduct Medal, at the

; } C Trinidad and VP.S 'at Coco Soloin same time swearing; him in for
I
the Canal Zone have been mak- another tour of duty. Croke
MM served aboard the carrier USS
life "difficult"
ing for the
!.t. (JO) Howard Piltihaid effected crew Wasp on her 1953-54 world
of the USS Tench off the Florida
cruise including in the
the rescue of two fishermen ; duty
coast. This is virtually a round- I China Sea, and Korean waters.
stranded
on an island in the May-
the-clock operation and the PTV- '
port area: last week. His radio- Jax and few
: are
S's. 7's PSM's of all units can be very yearning
man, J. E. Stevens spotted the
seen droning off on their sub- for the sunny Med.
By talking: to the men from these "choice" installations you'llfind men frantically waving I their chasing missions
from
shirts. It dawn till Two more of VC-62's photo-
they are 100 percent behind the "old man" Consequently, he developed that their dusk and then
boat had drifted some. mates have returned from Pensa
away from them
leaves everyone alone because he knows from reports coming across
them Managed by Lt. (Jg) Russ Saw
leaving marooned with the cola NATTU Camera Repair
his desk that things are running smoothly-just the way he directed
tide yer of communications the staff
threatening to
submerge the
they should School with scholastic honors. The
island.. NAS Jax Operations was !softball! team is swinging into high
Every base and ship can be choice duty if the "old man" gets the squadron's personnel seem to have
notified and gear.
a helicopter sent to
support and results lie expects from his commands and decisions. pick the men up.Congratulations. I Captain Young and staff will that school pretty well in hand

--Remember it his and the is off tension relaxes and .
way pressure depart for the
in Canal Zone within since this is the second time this
.. first know in the middle of choice are order to
thing: you you are sitting right a the next
former Lts Neal Craig and Marlin I several days to con- year that two of them have taken
billet (AFrS) duct the annual
Operational Readiness
DeWayne Loverude upon their I top places in their class.
- promotion to Lcdr. Inspection of VP-45. Squadron -
i in Jack Sturgill PHI and Phillip
proficiency mining bomb-
Comdr. Deans was welcomed ing, and Tlbbetts PHCA, were the top men
gunnery rocket-firing, airmanship
I
back to the
I3DD squadron during the this time taking first and second
I navigation, and the con
week
Bethesda following Naval four months TADat duct of all phases of electronic place, respectively, in a recently

Hospital. warfare will be examined. graduated class.It .

CATHOLIC Thursday, April 21 An "unqualified well-done" toM looks as though Great Lakes

Sunday, Mass-0800 0900 1000- Mainside Man From Bitter, B. Todd, ADI who celebratedhis VC-6 Boot Camp has been sending most

St. Edward's Chapel. Ridge: Lex Barker, Mary Corday, 21st wedding anniversary April After eight months of operation of its graduates to VC-62. During;
-
Saturday-0800. NATTC Vice Squad: Edward 19. aboard the USS Lake Champlain the past week, the Personnel office -

1 Daily-0630. G Robinson, Paulette Goddard. The squadron welcomed aboard as a part of CAG-8, the first VC- has received four SA's and

1 Sunday-0630-Mass at Hospital Hospital White Witch Doc the following men during the 62 detachment to return in 1955is ten AA's: James Heaton Ronald

Chapel. tor: Susan Hayward, Robert Mit- week: E. 0. Irion PN31; R D. back with the parent squadron. Haight, Ralph Duff and Cornell

MORMON1930MondayNATTC chum. Johnson, J, p. Mclin, B. D. Cash, The photo planes were flown In Hicks are the seaman deuces who

Chap Friday, April 22 R M. Hagood F. R, Buckner, A. on the 15th and the remainder of reported; airmen are Joseph

lain's Office. Mainside The Blackboard F. Blackard, W. D. Depuy, C. A. the group was airlifted from Nor- Sparks, John' Ferrell Jr., Glenn

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE1900TuesdayMainside Jungle: Glenn Ford, Louis Cal- Young W. F. Goodman and G. R. folk two days later. Everyoneseems Porter, Ettore Gagliardo David

Chapel hern. Whitworth, all,rated AA. to be satisfied to be back In Jarrett, Stephen Farnham, Joseph

_. Office on ramp. NATTC Man From Bitter Pregmom, Fredrick Lincoln,

Ridge Lex Barker CROSSWORD PUZZLE Charles Kvech, and Ralph Amo-
PROTESTANTSchedule : Mary Corday. ,'--_. :

of ActivitiesAt Hospital-Vice Squad: EdwardG. -j ACROSS ( I a r e ((0 1Center -_ roso.
e
Robinson, Paulette Goddard. !- "' e /o rg Other arrivals were Geol ge
All Saints' Chapel .
.c. 0'
TP uiI\
Thursday, April 21 Saturday, April 23 U-Sud.llen ( t y Kime, AM3; James Raney And, PH2 all;

Mainside ''n\"a.lon and Paul Butler, AMI
'j
Slaves of Babylon: r//' 'a r
if'I
14-
cancelledby
horoughfare
anyone Richard, Conte, Linda Christian. 16-Ara lan V/ V./, these arrivals were not

i enjoys singing. NATTC-The Blackboard Jun- I-Small seaport islands y :I'// '" I' discharges as had been one the

gle: Glenn Ford, Louis Calhern. 1 -S\'rnboi for a )';: 11 case in previous weeks. Only
April 24 nickel 'l'Z't
Sunday, : : : left the
II-Stitch V./, man, Roger Schwartz,
I
0800 Episcopal Communion Hospital Man From Bitter to-Later \. 'Ii'" il If the discharge route.
squadron by
: Service Chaplain Nickelson. Ridge: Lex Barker, Mary Corday. Iil-o'rl'. name
, U-S'mbol for *
+
,
y is
0930 Sunday School, ages 4 !I-Turn.manganese ,V/.. a VP.18Conrratulations

4 through Jr. High Bldg. 804. Navy ,Accepts 2,500thAD Ie-Llberat.away., 'I 13 1v 5s r. are in order for
Service of Divine Wor Eaaerly
0930
SkyraiderThe 31-Painter i f ., )of'6,, 'l'/ y w several new promotions within
ship Chaplain Griffin. I"Y': :
measure / Lt. Walt Collins,
I 1100 Service of Divine Worship Navy has received the i =t1l:1e: II v'fZ 'I' I'l'4" the squadron. Lt. Randy
Vh Weir and
Lt. Sax
Chaplain Carpenter. 2,500th AD Skyraider at informal .., Vh
U-\"enUI.'tI'
i 'Ii additional
r 1900 The United Fellowship delivery ceremonies at the Doug :I-Av.nutl U-Llftl with lever.6:/ tie : : ;)/of'/ 11 : : : Myers are all sporting that) Wayne
T Ltjg
of Protestants Bldg. 804. Topic: las Aircraft Co. at E1 Segundo, -crOll '11/ 50 j, half stripe. (
:I G. Stone
"Great Reformer Of The ChurchCalvin" Calif. (AFPS) U-"I:entiletter) SI Sf Jensen and Ltjg) Fred LU
'am.f depleted
will soon fill the
,- Chaplain Swets, spea- -

. ker. and Discussion Group, Bldg. 804. ft-AruflCla1l II.... M IIIIh.. r.........I.... rank. Lieb-

Tuesday, April 26f' Wednesday, April 27 13-Animal. pavi' ,\ 4 OOWN It-Pnlfed for It-Juneture' I Comdr. and Mrs. H. F. of
nails
f' 1900()() Lutheran Instruction 1930 Prayer Service- Chap U-Qunn of faklN-t Noxlous rs U-N.UI 1'I&7m.ntDtal.r.' ( mann are the proud parents
&otr last
Classes Chaplain Pieper All lain Pieper All Saints' Chapel. t5-PrtfIJtI" J 3-Delineated-Make iaFt '1-Stalk 6PteadlN4eOPor I" a baby boy who arrived
y !()
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. Saints' Chapel. St. Lukes Chapel (Hospital) Concealed 1 r It-Mu ftlcknana.: '. l13-Heit.Ese1amaUoAlgonqu". 48-Tepid """ week.

Instruction 0930 Protestant Divine Wor. A state (abbe) PPC designations have
I 1900 Episcopal 3s-Att ek r i'Inltruct.d 1f-.JO\lf.D.Ytt 4 .n1llaeture.i1 Coveted

. Classes Chaplain Nickleson hip. 11-ToUdte.Laru. \UUU" U-Null' hi v if'art, 01 limb elroll been awarded to the following,

Bid*. 563, NATTC Chaplains. Of- (Note Addresses of local NVndergro11n0Aber.''Srktrar\ Roro.a urOftlt l u.a.niun.toe'. { -Symbol fer( pilots: Comdr. J. T. Straker, Lcd,
4nU pyar
see churches may be obtained by \.Iurtt Rtelete1'd(ab") IS-- lid "-Tb- S. A. Weir, Lt. J. A. LockharJ.

1930 Informal :Bible Study calling the Chaplain's Office, 425)). DlitwltJAnswer eiNr" / LtJg( ) B. W. Smith, Lijg( ) Av
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< Ji 1 QUESTIONS SERVICEMEN AND 7TO I
: f e FAM/LIES/ ASK
:14i ; EVERY
APMINISTRATION PAY...
i ;

Q-I am a WWII veteran (n
Li" deprive of further
f/ outpa
you
school under the GI Bill. When I
tient treatment, But breaking
get my AB degree, would it be
two without notice, and with
for to and obtain
possible me go on
out a reasonable excuse, could
my Master's degree in the
same field? I have plenty of GI result in bringing your outpatient -

entitlement rare to an end. Always

give at least 21 hours' notice
A-Yes, it will be possiblefor
if you must break medical ap-
Y3Ar you to go ahead and study pointments. .

for your UA degree, so long as
Q-If I get GI loan to
a buy a
it will help you reach your educational -
farm is it necessary for me to
or vocational objective. -
N k0 live on that farm? .....

A-It is not that
necessary
Q-I had an appointment for
actually live the farm.
you on
VA outpatient treatment that I
But must at least '
you supervise
failed to keep because I forgot all
\ about it. Will breaking this one the farming; operations.

appointment deprive me of future Q-I am a disabled Korea vet.

eran. May I take vocational train.
100 PERCENT CLUB The Navy Jacksonville Consolidated Charity Drive Is but three weeks" outpatient care?
old and individual units and A-No. Breaking one appoint- ing under Public Law 894 on a
already some departments have attained 100 per cent, or better, pledges.
These campaign committee members display a proud "thumbs up" for victory within their respec ment, without notice, will not part-time basis, and get a job for

tive departments. Left to right are Frank McCaffrey, Special Services, which has reached 120.5 per* the rest of the time? .
cent of donation pledges; Ray Datres and Mike Cascone, Industrial Relations, 133.6%; Capt. Ira
N. Curtis,' Public Works, 106.7%; Capt. Wellington Hincs, charity drive board chairman; Comdr. A-No. Under the law, vocational -

W. A. Weaver, Dental, 125.5%; T. M. Cowan, Public Works, and Helen Hester, Special Services. Iluntplirey'sIiack training for disabled veterans

must be on a full-time

On Duly With basis, unless the veteran's phy
Boat Division Flight Selection Plan To Ideal condition would not allow

( NAS Marines
for_ fulltime.tralnlnr.. .
Praised For"J.Iincc'
.
Humphrey, the droopy jowl.ed .
Eliminate Unfit AviatorsIntensified Marine\ Dependents
WorkThe
mascot of the Marine Barracks -

apparently 'had sand in Number 138,177 I
Boat Division of NAS
his when lie
congressional bulldog paws was
Jax Operations department has scru- manders over 45, and commandersover transferred to NAS Paluxent The Defense Department half
tiny of flight is ,
been recognized for its per for pay current partly plans responsible 50. The board has not been Md. last December.At disclosed that Marine Corps dependents

formance of duty during "Lan- called this year as far as it could numbered 138,177 world
announced last week to eliminate any rate, he is back on
tminex" operations from March e learned. wide with 132,919 in the continental
aviators from duty with Major David Foosas
old unfit or excess
7 to March 13 of this year. The new board will look over United Slates; 3,993 in U. S.
Navy, Marine Corps, and CoastGuard his commanding officer.
The unit received the letterof every aviator as he reaches his territories and possessions and
.
praise from Comdr. R. I. light 14th, 21st, and 28th year of commissioned The real facts in the case 1,265 dependents in foreign coun-
A selection"
new systemto that Humphrey had be-
are
Hastreiter, commanding officerof service The House tries.AnleBelhmi.
and added ground certain classes of fliers come something of a canine I .
Fasron 109 an Armed Services Committee has
has been announced by the Navy, VIP in his NAS tour ,of duty.
JohnS.
"well done" from Capt. been
getting names, positions, and
while an identical one is being. When he went to Pauxent [
officer
Thach commanding
flight
justifications for captains
prepared by the Marine Corps. with Comdr. Forrest II. NovellJr.
of NAS Jax. over 55 and commanders over 50.
The Coast Guard has shunted a ., executive officer of --VC-7 Selling ForMagnolia
in
The letter reads, part: CASES OF
AVIATORS who
group of senior aviators into per- he found he
was sharing
". Due to the nature of the
manent "blackshoe" status, a policy have been recommended for reclassification honors with a wellestablishedterrier.
exercises and the importanceof Ball
to be applied\each year. by naval aviator Humphrey showed admirable .
perfect timing on beachingand evaluation _
disposition or boards
the THE NAVY AND Marine flight restraint for a whilein The Magnolia Ball annual dinner
launching of aircraft when these boards are unable to -
close support of the NAS Boat selection calls for a board to sit take final action well when what was an intolerable dance sponsored by the All
as as
every year about April 1 to screen situation. But when the terrier Wives Club will take
of the
Division is worthy highest they ask for action will be con- place
officers too old for their him
flying snapped at Humphreyblew
praise sidered by the flight status board. Saturday night at- the Officers'Club
Officer-in-charge of the Boat grades, including lieutenants over his top and created a in a setting simulating an
40 of lieutenant With the cutbacks effected a
years age, com- scene.
ante-bellum
Southern
Division, which has some 85 garden
year ago, the small number of
men attached to it, is Lt. A. E. Believing the climate at Pa- The dinner will be held between
Coast Guard billets did not absorb
Owens. 180 GPOs POIs tuxent was unhealthy for his 2000 and 2200 at $G.OO a
the higher ranking fliers. With-
erstwhile pet, Comdr. Norvell couple. Dancing to Johnny Jel-

Given WO RankA out announcement this service sounded out Major Foos on inek's Orchestra will be held
convened a board and screenedthe
taking Humphrey back. The from 2100 until 0130 in the Anchor

total of 180 chiefs and'' first grades of captain and commander major and all his commandwere Room and on the patio. Door
for retention. action
class petty officers have been The overjoyed Now in ''the prizes will be given, and corsages
did
not become known until
a
listed for promotion to W-1 from custody 0 f Sgt. Edward T. will be sold by a group of teen.
half-dozen veteran aviators all
the Navy warrant officer eligibi- Hunt Jr., Humphrey in once aged girls at the door.
commanders, were suddenly assigned -
lity lists. Although not identifiedas again enjoying all the privi THE CLUB WILL be bountifully
executive officers in
yet, the selectees, representing as leges of hit mascot's rank. decorated with real and arli II
major cutters.
16 W-l categories, probably from I ficial magnolias, under the direc
Two days of foul weather,
top candidates in.each category tion of Mrs. R. A. Clarke and

which stowed down working par- and will probably be issued their i Mrs. Edward Foster. Flats rep

ties, and an empty pool, turned appointments in June. Effective resenting a colonial doorway have

the patio dance last Saturday date of ranks have not been de. been repainted and attractive

night into an indoor shindig. termined. posters designed by Mrs. John .
BuPers has picked the following Myers are keeping everyone
Blue Godwin and his boys played
number of Warrant officers in alerted as to time and place.

nothing but danceable music.. their respective categories: The Magnolia Ball originated

Saturday, April 30, from 1700 Aviation operations technicians, four years ago as a means of

to 1900, the CPO Club is holdinga 10; boatswain, 30; ordnance con- raising funds to carry on Club

shrimp boil, with free beer. trol tech, 4Lmine; warfare tech, 3; Y, M:ff, ryWr activities. This year's chairmanis

machinist, 30; equipment foreman Mrs. Richard V Donohue, who
The tickets are but $1.00 each and
1; electrician, 5; construction has been ably assisted by Mrs.

will be on sale starting Wednesday electrician, 5; aviation electronicstech W. F. Queen as co-chairman. Together

April 20. Bring the family 4; communications tech, 3; they have planned, super

and have fun. electronics tech, 65; ship repair vised and advised with their

Don't forget the noon special tech, 10; building foreman, 1; committee chairman to achieve aa

ship's clerk, 2; bandmaster, 2; colorful and successful an affairas
for 35 cents and the 75 cents -
evening
photographer, 5. has yet been held.
special the club is featuring .
I :: ALSO KEEPING a careful eye

these days. Hardly 'seems worth Lcdr. Stripes To .y on proceedings has been Mrs.

while eating at home anymore, John S. Thach named as honor..

except for a change, of course. .I 2,817 InactivesSome hmwyy a ary chairman of the annual event.

Mrs. R. M. Bruning handles the
lieutenants in the
A lot of new faces are seen 2,847
Inactive Naval Reserve have been entertainment program, while
around the club these past few recommended for promotion to Mrs. Guy Gipple has handled the

days. The club extends' a hearty lieutenant commander. Date of publicity given in the downtown

welcome to all the chiefs and ranks of promotions is June 27, newspapers, 'television, and the

their families 'reporting aboard. 1951. (AFPS) READY FOR MAGNOLIA BALL Sitting pretty are these Jax Air News. Reservations have

The lounge is nearing the final three lovely teenagers, daughters of Navy parents, who will sell been limited to 400, and are ope*

stages and with luck, should I posies at the annual Magnolia BaU to raise money for specialOfficers' to all regular, retired and active
Club projects. The ball and dinner will be held Saturday
Christened toward the end of,the SOS April 23 at the O'Club. Left to right are) Sharon Henry, Sharon. reserve personnel who are members

month. Greene and Prteilla Lindsay. of the Officers Club.




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It IA Success Story-From Set His Sights High Boot To Comdr. I It Lie I



If .
The has its !
Navy success iaaM rrtawx
stories, too. $ !
f From "boot" seaman in 1932 tot jrWdsn I

maintenance supervisor of 100 iA1 $' :
h million dollars' worth of Fleet
Albert Einstein is dead but his I
t Air Wing Eleven patrol bombers
contributions to knowledge will
in. 1955, is the success story of
Comdr. Frank Pawela, wing continue to be expanded as the

maintenance officer. work of other scientists have been.

Even as he entered the gatesof The stories of their lives will con- l l"iio4ES

Newport Naval Training Sta- tinue to interest, as well as in-

tion 23 years ago, Frank Pawela ; tp C r i : spire and stimulate the minds of n
t
set his sights high. He wantedto
all. Here are a few we heartily
be both an officer and a pilot.
His consequent career is a typi- recommend:

cal illustration of the fact thatif Albert Einstein, His Work And

an individual knows what he Influence In Our World. (Infeld),
I STILL DON'T SEE
wants and tries hard to get it, A small volume, written by the KOuJ YOU DlD sr;'
his-chances for success are emin- scientist who worked with Ein-

ently good. stein in his physics research. In-

HIS EARLIER years aboard the feld is convinced that the theorywe

USS Saratoga as one of the fa- know as'the perplexing Ein

mous Hi-Hatters of Fighting Two, stein Theory will soon be taughtin

a squadron composed almost en- ordi- high schools and he writes this r
SCRAMBLED EGGS This would appear to be just an
tirely of "AP's," gave him impetusto nary "scrambled ergs" ceremony, but it is more than that. It is account with clarity for all to appreciate -
apply for flight training, and an achievement: and quite a story of success for a former boot. SALTY HUMOR FROM
Capt. Edwin J. S. Young, Commander Fleet Air Wing Eleven
in 1941 at NAS Pensa- pre-
January, Einstein's Of Relativity.
sents Coradr. Frank Pawela (left) with his new hat. Comdr. Fa- Theory HERE AND THERE
cola he donned the gold wingsof wela; through hard work, rose from a boot seaman in 1932 to his (Lieber). Illustrations may fool

a naval aviation pilot. present rank.bombing" _n_ you! Gay, cartoon technique is Wave: "Which would de-
Designated a Warrant Machinist of the sub- you
not what
; one. expects
in PBY patrol planes during this time nearly 5,000 fly- sire most in a husband brains,
in 1942, and later commissioned ject matter. The text looks like
against the Japanese at Kiska and ing hours. wealth, or appearance?"
he became a member of the free It's not that but
verse. easy
Attu
in the Aleutians. He has As Wing Maintenance and Sup-
group which pioneered "dive- it is definitely the most fascinat- Ditto: "Appearance, and the
served also as a test pilot at NAS ply officer, he is constantly "on sooner the better."
we've
I San Diego, as well as flight and the go" from Florida to the Med- ing presentation seen.
t *
I engineering officer with Air Force iterranean and from the Arcticto *

Pacific Fleet Operational Train- the Carribbcan inspecting, The Drama Of Albert Einstein. Overheard-
I ing Units. ferreting out troubles, and tryingto (Valletln). Published late in 1954, SCENE: The NAS movies

SHORE DUTY ON both coasts, make the job of maintenance this is the latest and most com- Sailor: "Can you see all right?

I plus a tour in seaplanes in the easier for all the Wing's units. prehensive study of the life and Wave: "Yes".

: Atlantic, rounds out his career When he is home, he is "out of work of Einstein. Sailor: "Is there a draft on
prior to reporting to the Staff of sight," buried under the avalancheof Prodical Genius The Life of Nik you?"
ola Tesla, the man who made electricity
Fleet Air Wing Eleven piling paperwork .
,
Smilessmiles, -smiles: That's up his slave and whose Inven- Wave: "No."

the fixed .expression you have Comdr. Roach New tions are claimed to have producedour Sailor: "Is your seat comfort-
witnessed on the faces of the VC-62 Unit Back era of electrical power. A able?"
Station's service women this past
Of VF-lt
Skipper story to entrance anyone who Wave: "Yes",
week. From Mcd\ CruiseA deals with electric power or its "
Sailor "Let's trade scats
Every once in awhile every- Comdr. Walter Roach Jr. has vast influence in our lives. :
thing seems to work out just as seven-month Mediterranean relieved Comdr.. "Russell Trudeau .* *

you wish it would. All goes well cruise comes to an end for of Whom The Gods Love. The He took her gently in his arm
and nothing seems to be wrong.So 29 members 0 f Composite as skipper Fighter Squadron Galois theories are known to And pressed her to his chest
many
is the case at Barracks 720 Squadron 62 this week when 14 at NAS Cecil Field. but dramatic-and tragic story of The lovely color left her face

and 723. In fact all has gone alongso they returned to NAS Jax. Comdr. Roach reported to' the a young genius will be good read- And lodged upon his vest!
that those smiles might Members of a VC-62 photo- t .
great "Tophatters" from the staff of Ing to even those who never heardof

just be on the verge of breakinginto graphic detachment, which has Air Task Group 201, which is his work. At the age of twentY Son: "Mother, do angels have
grins at any minute. Why? been serving on board the USS ; Galois died in an early morn- wings?"
also based at NAS Cecil Field.
Here are the reasons. Lake Champlain since September ing duel, precipitated by political Mother: "Yes, dear."
Picnic! Taking advantage of 1954, the five officers and Comdr. Trudeau's next duty will enemies and a love affair The
the much advertised Florida sun- 24 enlisted men started arriv- be as air officer on board the USS previous i night he wrote sixty Son: "Daddy said nurse "was an
When will she fly?
shine (we hope it shines) the ing last Friday, from Norfolk, Bennington. pages of algebraic equations which angel. "

30th of April, will be all of the Va. where they had disembarked VF-14's "Tophatters"! fly F3D"Skynight" proved him one of the greatest Mother: "Tomorrow morning
station's Waves. An all-day out- from the "Champ". mathematicians of all time. .

ing at Kingsley Beach has been jets. Story Of Television; The Life Names on the hotel register;
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planned from 1000 to 1800.It Of Philo T. Farnsworth. The TV Pat Murphy. Irish and proudof

will be a day of fishing, VF-13 Pilot's Gunnery AccuracyAt set in the living room is the re- itl! Next was signed, Jock
swimming, and general get-to- sult of a boy's interest in science.At McIntosh Scotch and fond of

gether, plus food, food, and more fifteen Farnsworth dreamed of it.
food. If the gals wanna' bring 1 15,000 Ft. May Be RecordA sending pictures through the air .

their fella', that's okay too. rake A few years later he was able to'' A marine PFC returned to
arrangements to go now. new unofficial 15,000-feet tihguished Flying Cross and five start the twenty-two years of research camp exhausted after a weekendof

Saturday the Crackerjax soft- air-to-air. gunnery record has Air Medals for his 85 close air and experiment which made wine, women, and song. On

ball team will brave the wee early I been set here by a Fleet Air support missions during the Ko- the dream a reality. An amazing the bunk that held his recumbentform
.
morning hours to go for a jaunt Jacksonville pilot.Lt. rean War. He reported to Fighter story written for the layman but his buddies hung a sign:
to Golden Head State Park. The Squadron 13 in December 1953. of equal interest to the specialist. "Temporarily out of ardor"
Roy W McLain! of NAS
.. ... park offers everything from pic- ,4' .
nic grounds, fishing, lake swim- Cecil %Field-based Fighter Squadron wwap y wvv w. : '. ':. 'r";" :r:: T' ::-: ::.w. :::"" : :<1F ::.Y :' .::\., :,:::;k.:;:

ming, to sightseeing. It even hasa 13, fired 150 rounds and : .'..'. .:
> :...... : .'," ,::
:
ball diamond. rackcd-up 125 hits during a practice
.x ":." ..' :'.'
Three white stripes never look- exercise.conducted :
gunnejy .
ed better to Winnie Robillard, '.'. :(
recently by his squadron oft the
Bednark
Shirley Marcella Urick,
Pcggy Ballenger, Dell Tussler, Lee eastern coast of Florida.

Woith; and Anna Patterson. The Although"only,a practice exercise

sik Waves were advanced in rate VF-13 used the standard 6 : ia

April 16 when they passed'the foot,? by 30 foot target banner and \

seaman exam. followed, exactly, the rules That
The enlisted women of the Station
were given a.boost in morale guide Air Force, U: S. Atlantic

last week, thanks to the Recrea- Fleet competitive exercises.No .
newcomer to aerial gun;;
tion Council. The Crackerjax
nery, Lt. McLain earned a Dis- :
softball team will no 'longer look .
like raggedy-Annes, but will present -
a smart appearance in their Pick 206 Men For ,

new uniforms. ... .. 4_

Lt.jg) Dorothy Wagner, Wave KOTO ProgramThe
administration officer at NATT-

Center was pleasantly surprised Navy has selected 206 en- ca
>
.. va w w@ ?v.avmYkw ? -0? a'4:'
m ab ro6W.
last week when she received a listed men as candidates for the swN n

visit from her parents, Mr. and NROTC program at colleges and! VF-13. SHARPSHOOTER Pilot Lt. Roy McClaIn of Fighter Squadron 13, a Fleet Air Jacksonville -
Mrs. Henry Wagner, of Akron, universities throughout the U. S. unit, smiles happily after Inspecting the target banner he "clobbered" during a recent .
I The list includes 173 Navy and practice gunnery exercise. McLain established a new unofficial air-to-air gunnery record at 15,000
Mrs. Gene
her sister
Ohio and
I feet. In the| background Is the F9F-8 Cougar Jet the Lieutenant was flying when he shot his record.
Menkc, of Cleveland. 33 Marine enlisted men. (AFFS) Helping hold up the tow-target on the right Is Gerald Uassett, A03.



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Credit Union _ '"-t.- : --
OFF cE SsL
I j

: Members GetStatements
V
I A ? hY'Sw'Y
t


Verification requests and state- .,".

ments of share and loan balances .. '.
as of the close of business March -'..'...: ". U8
'
31, 1955, have now been mailedto '
the home address of all mem- ; .. Q a' C k 10?

bers of the Jax Navy Federal .i).'; ... %Calendar of Events ,

I Credit Union, it was announced t. Lunch served daily-1130-1300.

by the Supervisory Committee : Dinner served daily-1830-2030.
early this week. : Friday April 22-Happy hour-

These' statements are issued asa r4'r': q' twd 1600-1800.
'"' i
part of the periodic auditing '(' Saturday April 23 Annual

program which provides that tS""' ", s ,.i, Magnolia Ball. All reservations
members' records be checked at ; ? formal dance. The only formal

least once every two years to :h ." dance of the season. Delmonico
insure agreement with Credit r.x",,;. '''' Steaks Table d'hote is the menu

Union Office records. Members l,:.(.t.'':>,.'iof i 'b of the evening. Contact the club
who have not received their verification desk for the few remaining tic-

requests and statements ? c\ 1 kets.
are urged to contact the Super- : py, +A The Stars and Bars party usually -

visory Committee immediately.' scheduled on Saturday after-

Members 0 f the Supervisory noon has been cancelled. Party

Committee are Arthur'"W. Allen, will be resumed next Saturday

Fiscal Department; Charles M afternoon.
Head and Russell M. Proctor, Sunday April 24 Sandwich

Overhaul and Repair Department .! .;: ." ... .... .. ..... lunch, 1100-1700; Buffet dinner

The Committee will be in the ;:: "' >:: ) .i... ,.: .. ., ... ,.-.'-.-, served 18002030.
Credit Union Office, Building 40, Monday April 25 Club clos
SINGING WAVES "By the numbers" for cadence marching; Is discarded by Wave studentsat ed.
on April 25, 1955, between the Airman Preparatory School at NATTCenter Jax. Instead, snapping marching Wave songs are
hours of 1530 and 1700 to review sung as the girls march to chow and to and from classes. The Flyerettes step out as militarilyand Tuesday April 26Game night
and reconcile any'' differences be- sharply as the best drill teams anywhere. prizes, prizes, prizes, Four
tween members' records and thoseof large tables of valuable selections.
All Part Of Their Drill
the Credit Union. SHOWI Everyone has fun at game night.
Calling starts at 2030. Snack bar
Any member whose account
Waves Substitute 'HI'P- Vivo'With now open from 2100 until 2230.
balance shows a discrepancy and
Wednesday April 27 Baked
-
who is unable to meet with the
fresh ham with dressing and
Supervisory Committee on April! Y Rhythmic Chanting
gravy or ravioli with buttered
25, should contact them by mail'
before that date. Correct mailing The biggest film budget in the Italian noodles. It's all you can ..
"Hup, two, three, four" has eat for a dollar, salad, vegetables
address is: Supervisory Committee history of Universal-International far along the streets of the Train-
hit the
dumpster as as and desert included.
One can'tjo
1716 Mayview Road, Jackson- has been allocated to "Away All Waves in Airman Preparatory ing: Center lend support to
wrong on a Wednesday evenIng -
ville 10, Florida. Boats, a sea saga dealing with their methods.
School concerned but the
are ; dinner at the 0' Club.
Any statement of account balance naval landing operations during sharp flyerettes at the Naval While their songs are not Thursday April 28
WWII Ira Levin, who is those of Circe who"wooed Family
not brought to the attentionof Air Technical Training Center hour at the bar. Select drinks at
the Committee on or before adapting the funny novel .about have an equally good substi- the ancient Greeks in my- reduced prices for the gentlemen

that date will be considered cor Army lire "wo thology, still many a sailor's and their ladies 18001900.
Time for Ser- tute.Enroute and marine's head turns
as
to chow, or to and I Ladles Only
geants" for the blue dungareed Wavesgo
-
rect.GCA from classes, the spring: air Wednesday April 27 VA-175
Member Broadway, has around the Center carries marching by. Wives luncheon; Air Task Group
shed his khaki Many of the hold-
songs are
snatches of song: as the Waves 201 Wives luncheon.
uniform at Ft. march along.: It's all part of overs from boot camp and include .
:Earns Way Monmouth, N. their drill and the sharp'military :
J., for civvies. manner in which they go "Navy Bluc.Vaves of the Cane Hunters'Planes

To OCSJames rh Comely Jane Navy", "We're in the Navy,"

: Mansfield, one Certificates For "I Love the Navy," "You Can To BeJetEquipped

R. Weller, Air Control- % of the brightestnew Tell a Girl in the Navy-But
m starlets You Can't Tell Her Much",
man first class, attached to the S- S for Warner 35 At Supply "Anchors Aweigh," and

Ground Control Approach Unit Mansfield Bros., acted as "We'rejn the Great Navy."
Jayne
No. 17 at NAS Jax, is the only bat girl re- Seminar HereThe About 19 Waves now makeup When the Hurricane Hunters,

Jacksonville enlisted man selectedto cently at the Los Angeles Press classes at Airman School officially known as Airborne

go to Officer Candidate School, Club baseball night dinner. The fifth of a nation-wide and they are under the com- Early Warning Squadron Four

as a result of examinations given unmarried ball players who attended series of storage seminars, pre- mand of student Wave Mabel (VW-4)), fly into the wild blue

last September. I the gathering frankly ad- sented by the Nary Bureau of O'Dell, seaman apprentice.CHIPPING yonder- for this -year's hurricane

Weller, one of 227 men selected mitted that if'they could make a Supplies and Accounts, wound' upa season, which opens in June, the

from the total 1806 who took the neat catch like cute Jayne, they'd two-day session at the Naval 7.Z0., .:: tracking fleet will consist of P2V
the field. ? Neptuncs and Constellation
academic tests of college level, quit playing Air Station Tuesday. type
United Artists "Battle Taxi" is About 35 Naval and Marine : planes.
was recommended last June by
Capt. John S. Thach, commanding a fine screen play concerned with Corps personnel from supply activities R. Some of the squadron's planes
the saving of men by the intrepid within the Sixth and r. ; are now at Lockheed's aircraft'
officer of the station, to take the
forthcoming examinations. USAF helicopter heroes of the Eighth Naval Districts were given S 5 plant at Burbank, Calif., undergoing -
Air Rescue Service in Korea certificates of completion of the jet-booster modifications,
Exactly ten Jay C. Flippen, a one-time broadcaster training course. Capt. Norman A. { which will include a wing-moun-

enlisted men of the pew York Yankees' Helfirch, Supply Officer, presented ted Jet power package outboardof

from Jax took baseball games, portrays the role them. each of th Y
the tests, Wel- of manager of the St. Louis Cardinals Leading the seminar was An- ap nacelles. -

ler being the in Paramount's "StrategicAir drew J. Briggs, assisted by Fritz y A.- This'addition will produce a

only success- Command." Hanson, of the Storage ,Division, marked increase in take-off and

ful participant At Ft. Sheridan, Ill., the names BuSandA, Washington, D. ,C. a 7 climbing performance, while at
from are the same, but the talents ares Briggs said the purposeof the same time will provide a

this area. lIe o mew hat dissimilar. There's the seminars is to improve yA.. ,1 larger safety margin in the eventof

will report to Capt. Jack Webb (without Frank operational storage methods so as ; .. loss of power due to engine
: ) WO Roy efficient and effective s M failure.
and
0 C S in New- Smith a sponsor ; to render
port,R.Weller'I.,, on May 6 for 16 weeksof Rogers (doesn't have Dale Evans, supply service to the fleet. The This is a marked change in the
intensified study, leading to Trigger or five young cowhands); training is based on theory, principles 6 f '" squadron's aircraft from previous
graduation with commission of Sgt. Will Rogers (no kin to the and advantages of "popula -' ) years, when the fleet consisted
ensign. poet lariat of the riproaring20s rity" storage, a plan of shop lay 55yj only of P2V's and P2V3's, according -
); and Capt. Clark Gabel (sans out based on demand of stored : Y. eg- to Comdr. Edward L. Foster
Enlisting In the Navy at 17 manicured mustache and, 25 items. skipper of VW4.Piotrowski .

years-of-age after graduationfrom years with MGM). The sixth end last seminar wifl .
high school in Georgetown, .
I -- -- be held in New England. S Wins Honors
Ind., Weller's first tour of duty I Comdr. Verdery Heads i
At AK
School
.
was NATTCenter Jacksonville, I
Aid To Reservists Can
where he completed Aviation i'asron 9 At Cecil SITUATION Donald Piotrowski, AKAA-was

Fundamentals School (Class Ij?) Comdr. E. F. Verdcry has relieved Get Awards For FirmsThe Pert Barbara Wilson's two-piece the honor student in last week's
Defense has swimsuit seems to defy the law graduating class t Aviation
and Control Tower Operations Comdr. J. L. Bettinger Jr.as Department a
of the
gravity. Briefly, eye-
School in 1947. commanding' officer of Fasron authorized a new award for firms catching: cotton suit is fitted Storekeeper School. Enlisting inthe

Weller has passed 10 college Nine at the NAS Cecil Field. making special efforts to aid the with cleverly concealed grippers Navy in August, 1954, he attended -
level correspondence courses. His Comdr. Verdery reports to Fasron'' Reserve program. Recommendations making it a "snap" to get the Airman Preparatory
out of the wet bathing suit ina
division officer br ught him 'to 9 from the Naval Air Training i for the award are to come hurry. That is, of coursein School at Norman prior to coming
the attention of Captain Thach. Command at Pensacola. from Reservists themselves.! the solitude of a locker room. here.



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News Offers {'( Meyer Duo Cops


Fearless Major : IJ Crew Eyes Tilt Jr-Sr Tourney

Robert Heyer teamed with

". '::. ...,< With Cecil Friday' his dad Frank Heyer to take
League PicksMost : the Junior-Senior trophy in the

championship flight for golfersover
In their second of regular
game :;
0 f the nation's sports ; play, the NATTCenter softball 12 years of age in the
Junior Senior Golf Tourna-
columnists' and commentatorshave ; team tackles the NAS Cecil I
ment held on the station course
already made their' major k Field nine Friday evening at 1930

league prognostications for the !: ./!:;':::.: '.:.:\ on Lackawanna field after open- Sunday. The Heyer father and
1955 season, but for those whohave ing their season last night against son team shot,a gross of 83.
A low net of 72 was the result -
breath i
been waiting with # Hardage & Sons in the Jackson-
of the combined efforts of
less anticipation-here is the official ville Class A League.
Chuck Summitt and Ross
Jax Air News major league Coach Frank Fosbenner plansto
Smith who shared in honorsin
forecast r': ft Er E\ open with either Bill Tornbergof ,
older
the
age
; group.
And before you go laughing off AE-School or Earle Bessentof
t Bill Bassett and son, Bill Jr.
t p
in the corner somewhere, remem AK School as pitchers, backedup
paired off in the 12 and under
ber the Jax Air News was one :! :" ':, :;::;:: by Chuck Pless of MarAvDet,
age division to win the title,
among two or three newspapersin or Pat Patterson, AO-O School as
:; with a low net of 35.
the entire country that cor- catchers.
Jay Harvey teamed with dad
rectly predicted the 1954 winnersin r Five new players have reportedto
Jack Harvey, to finish one
both American and National the squad including Art Gere-
stroke behind the Bassett due
Leagues. (That's hard to laugh ken, third sacker; Art' Oehrli,
to take second place, with a
off, you'll admit), AE-B School; Jim Richardson,
36 low net.
notwith- AE School; and Bill Ramsey and"Hoppy" !
standings
Current f"-' In the 6 year old group
the of the arm Hopballe, 0 f AO-O
standing, sages
: George: Myers and son walked
chair fraternity within the con- School. away with division trophiesfor

fines of the Jax Air News offices, The schedule: their net of 37.
w
make their choice. A glance at ... April 20 Hardage & Sons; Trophies were awarded to

the prediction below, and you'llknow CRACKERJAX BATTERIES Expected to carry the bruntof 22 Cecil Field; 25 Phoenix top golfing partners in each
that we didn't wait until the hill and backstop assignments for the Jax Navy Crackerjax Drugs; 27 VC-62; May 4 Na- .
Softball Is this trio. at left) and Ellen tional Rentals 9" age group.Center
the had sounded t to make our combine Fran Gray (standing Car ; Hardage
gun Carlson (standing at right) will share the pitching chores. Nan & Sons; 11 Cecil Field; 16 -
fearless picks. Ward (kneeling), along with Jean Larsen, who Is not pictured,
National
20 Car Ren-
VC-62
will be behind the plate. The Crackerjax open their City League ; -
little. season Monday. tals; 25 Hardage & Sons; 27 -' Baseball
But, let's analyze a
Cecil Field; 30 Phoenix Drugs; I

match American Cleveland Lemon: ,Who's Wynn,going Garcia to, Five Clubs Post VictoriesIn June Rentals.1 VC-62; 8 NationalCar Players Open


Score and company on the

mound and how about the meatof City ScheduleThe

the batting order, Avila, Doby, Mainside IM OpenersTen

.Joiner, Rosen and Wertz. NATTCenter baseball team

Chicago Same old Chicago. teams look to the field last Tuesday to open the Mainside will open the 1955 season tonight

Good, but not quite good enough. intramural softball circuit with Naval Hospital, Communications, against the Trumps Construction

New York-The Yankees have Operations, VP-18 and Fleet Air Wing 11 posting first day victories Company on the Woodstock light.

seen their last pennant for a long Games scheduled for April 14 ed diamond at 2000.
time. They will try to buy the homer and two singles to pace
pennant all season long with pur- were rained out the winners at the plate. (Personnel are invited to visit Coach Chuck Dawson's nine,
Hospital made an auspicious the USO Servicemen's Club af 37
chases, but they are not the Yankees Communications showed good consists of sailors and marinesat
debut with a 10-0 shutout over West Monroe St. The Club is open *
of old.Detroit the Training Center.
ComFair Jax. Hurler Don Barneswas strength In subduing Supply from 0930 to 2330 dally)

Most improved ball in top form as he limited the 4-%, behind the pitching of Dick Thursday, April 21 Surprise COACH DAWSON plans to

club in the American. If the pitch- staffers to one lone bingle. Hos- Farr. Slater toed the rubber of night. start,Frank Jankunis, former Jax

_ ing club.holds out, could be surprise pital's Jim Bassilere swatted aWeek's losing Supply. Davis was be- Friday, April 22 Dancing to Navy ace, on the mound againstthe

records. Trumps, saving Dave (Moon)
Washington Just a shade better hind the plate for Communications Saturday, April 23 Open Mullins, Navy tosser from AE-A

than the rest of the second with Cobb doing the receiving house from 1400 to 2400; 0800 School, :for Tuesday's tiff against .
Mainside
division. for Supply. Girl of the Month Spring Festival, Hardage and Sops on the same,

Boston Will fade poorly in Softball Stale Operations poured it On the de- music by NAS Jumping Jacks. diamond.

the stretch. fending champion, Fasron 109, 7- Sunday, April 24- 1000, Coffee Three league games will be

Kansas City Should place The Mainside Intramural Softball 1. C. G. Finnegan was on the Hour, off to Church; 1730, Vespersand played'by NATTCenter on Mason

seventh only because of manager games scheduled for the mound for the operations crew, refreshments by First Pres- Field during the season, times

Boudreau. week are listed below: with Ed Grahm doing the chunk- byterian Church and the Cootiet- and dates to be announced later,

Baltimore Not enough to (Thursday, April 21)) ing for 109. tes; 0800, Free movie. give the fans a chance to see their

catch any of the other clubs. Albemarle Field Personnel Abe Green hurled Fleet Air Monday, April 25 1900 ping club in action.PROBABLE.

S t vs VC-62. Wing 11 to its first triumph witha pong.. starting lineup will4
7-4 verdict Tuesday, April 26 2000 Little .
National: Yorktown Field Fasron 109 over VP-5. include Jankunis on' the mound;
still VP-18 took a wild and Theatre meeting, dancing, games. Mel Williams Marine
New York Champs are vs BOQ. wooly catching;
champs. Saratoga Field VP-5 vs NA- 10-5 decision from Personnel, Wednesday, April 27 2000 Bob Radloff, Navy, first base;)

Brooklyn Will make It RTU. with Joe McKaskey helping the dance NATTC.Serenaders.. George Boyko, Marine, second

mighty close and uncomfortableand Enterprise Field Hospital.. vs VP-18 cause with a four-baser. Lady: "I'd like to buy two base; Bill Richards, Navy, short-

may even take it in with a VW-4. tickets to the show." stop; Art Dornath, Marine, third*

good mid-season win streak. Hospital Field Communications Ticket-seller: "We have only base; Jim Youngblood, Marine;'

Milwaukee Still not enoughto vs FaeTu. sos two standing room tickets left." Johnny Culbreth, Navy; and Bob

win. Just enough good pitchingto (Tuesday, April 26)) Lady: "Are they together?" Keller, Marine, outfielders. .

beat the Dodgers and Giants Albemarle Field FaeTu vs This setup leaves Dick Chau-
-- -----
but not enough to BOQ. Mel and Jon Hoc4
.occasionally, vaux, Young,
take care of the rest of the pack. Yorktown Field VW-4 vs VC- Eight Linksmen In Battle kenbcrry, all Marines, as reserve

Cincinnati real, coming ball 62. infielders; with Bill Gentry,Navy,

club, which is about three years Saratoga Field Hospital vs For Station Championship and Bill Turner, Marines, utility

away from a pennant. You readit Fasron 109.Enterprise. outfielders. Gentry also is a relief

here first.Chicago Field Communications hurler.

Better than it lookson vs VP-5. Feverish action in championship ches in the championshipflight .

paper. Makes best use of its Hospital Field Nartu vs round play stole the spot fight for the crown. Training., Center Sends
rookies ComFair Jar.AllStation. Losers of first round cham
light in the first week's actionof
St. Louis Can't "nowhere" e matches automaticallydrop
go pionship
Out Call For Swimmers
the annual Naval Air Station
without pitching.rittsburghAt. Two-Ball down to form the first

last the Pirates golf championship. flight. The tournament now All military personnel at NAT

may rise from the cellar. Meet Slated SundaySunday In championship flight play becomes a four :flight affair. TCenter interested in forming a

Philadelphia -.We may be shot Lou Brozo won over Paul Wer championship, first, second and swimming team or taking partin

for this, but the Phillies may hit April 24 is the date ner, 2 and 1; Bill Strader defeated .third fIigh ts. an intramural meet in the near

bottom in 1955. set for the All-Station Twoballgolf Bob Field, 7 and 6; Forty entries are vying for; future, are asked to contact John

1955 Picks tournament at the Station Frank Heyer subdued Chief honors in this big annual chase Chumney or Marine Lt. Thomas

Ararrlckt NaU..al links. Hurst 2-up; Harry Webb down- for the coveted championship Morrow, at Price Natatorium,
ed Jack Cardwell, 5 and 3; Joe trophy. The winner reigns as 614 after 1630 week-
Cleveland An all day affair is planned Building on
New York McDonald got past Bill Barrow king of golfers at NAS during
with dinner following the tour days.
Chicago BrooklynMilwaukee 1-up; George Ayers topped 1955. Big Bill Scarbrough, defending -
New Yoik ney. Tee-off time is set for 1400 Chumney, a diver with the
Mike Benak 6 and 5 Lou champion has since
; ,
..
and the of 9 holes will 1
DetroitWashington- Clnclnnattl playing NAS team the last two seasons
Chaff edged John Reed, 1-'up been transferred and will not
Chicago complete the day's play. and who recently took part in
and Chuck Summitt topped be on hand to defend.
Boston St. Louts All entries must have their the Eastern Championships, is
Steward four-round eliminationswill
Bill 6 and 5. The
Kaiuai: City{ Philadelphia'Daitimore reservations, in before 1200, Sunday the only veteran so far who has
Winners of first round mat continue through May 18. '
Pittsburgh, turned out.r .



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21 April 1955 JAX AIR NEWS, Page Seven

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AFPS SPORTS t:.;, AE, AK Win In Center





wasn't RoundupIt too long ago that Willie Softball Loop Frays

May was a private in the

Army. After his discharge he Four runs in the final inning gave defending champions Aviation *

became one of Leo Durocher's ma Electrician's Mate School a 9-5 victory over Airman Prepara- I

jor assets and now the Giant slug- tory School last week to open the NATTCenter softball league.

ger is ahonorary lieutenant col- Heavy hitting by Wally Rivers,
onel in the Alabama State Militia. who cracked out a double and a a walk to Bobby Sparks and bin-

(Opposing pitchers consider him a triple and who scored three runs, gles by Mike Kornhauser, Bob

general general nuisance, thatis s helped the Sparkles. Jim Richardson Kelleher, and Chuck Huefner.

) Prediction: Wes Santee of AE School got a pair ot AE-B School and AO-A School
will be the first American to run singles. Jim Monroe and Dill played a 13-all tie and the game

the four-minute mile and the Snyder led the.Preps' attack. will be rescheduled later.
Kansas cowboy will do it this year. Rain washed out Thursday'sgames.
Tallying four runs, including
.
Here's a tip on the Kentucky ,
a homer, Dick Hukka of NAWS .
Derby, the Belmont Stakes and
School helped the Missies to a
Preakness. Don't bet! Wel- '
15 victory over AO-B School.In Sports FromYesteryear
terweight champ Tony DeMarco
bids farewell to his throne on June a free-scoring tilt, Aviation

10, it says here. He won't last 10 Storekeeper School edged First
rounds with challenger Carmen f'm Lt.Special Services 15-13, witha (Another in a weekly fea-

Basilio Bill Grieve, veteran Ball ADRIFT Safe at first base as the ball hits the dirt last inning rally that netted two ture that brings to life per-
In front of first sacker Red Shelton of Airman School
Preparatory bunted
The
Storekeepers
runs. formances the Naval Air
American League umpire, on
recently
Is Wally Rivers, of Aviation Electrician's Mate School. The Spar-
completed, a seven-day umpire's kles defeated the Preps 9-5 In last week's NATTCenter Intramural their way to victory and loaded Station sport scenes from dusty
clinic at the Norfolk NAS, Va. Softball opener. AE School Is defending champion. the, sacks in the final inning on issues of the Jax Air News.)

It's only proper that the boxing Ten Years Ago TodayA

trainer at Ft. Lee, Va., is named & R added the Operations

Skt. James Battle.' Rods andNimrods r r officers to its list of volleyball

Remember Lyn "Schoolboy" victims.A .
,
Rowe lie's now a Detroit Tiger & R forces, winners of
coach Lefty Warren The weather was just wonderful the enlisted men's title, deci-

Spahn of the Milwaukee Braves for fishing last weekend and sively defeated Operations, the

has been a 20-game winner in six some very good reports were received gold braid champs, by 15-9 and

of his nine years in the major as follows: 15-11.

leagues .. Look for 6-foot, Joe Reilly of 0 & R propeller torpedoing Operations, A
205-lb.: Vince Monto to start at shop and his wife, Jeanette of & R became the Station volley-

fullback for Navy next grid sea- Public Works caught a nice mess ball titleholders.

eon.! of bass fishing in Pad Eye Lake I 10 Five Years Ago Today

Harry Wluner, one of the country's near Lake City. They used shin- NA lVS SchoolIn Company Joe Lara, the only Jax Navy

top sportscasters, was recently ers for bait. Joe hit the jackpotby Blasts 13'Pugilists mittman to capture a title in

presented with the Amvetsof boating an 11-pound bass, 29 Lead'ForDcLong the AirLant tournament, failed,

America sports award for 1955 inches long and 18-inch girth in his bid for further conquest.Lara .

for his work in the promotion of Robert Roberts of 0 & R and Trophy defeated Fred Heinle to

sports as a deterrent to juvenile party got in some very good fish- Naval Air Weapons System take the Air Lant welterweightcrown

delinquency The newest ad- ing last Saturday morning in School is in the lead for the. Featured by one clean-cut several weeks before the

dition to the American League Ocean Pond near Lake City by Captain Henry DeLong 1955 knockout, Company 10, won the higher-classed Atlantic Fleet

umpiring staff is John Rice, a catching three nice bass, using Intramural Trophy at the Na- inter-company Marine boxing 1 affair.

WWII Marine Corps 'veteran of live shiners. The bass weighed as val Air Technical Training smoker at King Hall last Thurs-

the South Pacific. (AFPS) follows: One 10-pounder; one 8- Center, with 314 points.
day evening from Company 13,
4Tennis .- pounder, and one 2pounder.Bob Winners of the basketballtitle Three Marines
five bouts to :four.
and second-place positionin
Wagner of O & R caught
Crew a real nice string: of bass using bowling brought the Missies David Maisak of Company 13 Show Way In

his fly rod. Bob fished the St. their points. Aviation Ord- coached by S/Sgt. Jean LaPlace,

John's and used artificial bait. nanceman School Class A is in scored the knockout, tapping Les
Downs Ga.Squad Pop Jarmon of 0 & R boated second place with 309 and Air- Center BowlingThree
Stoge on the chin in 11 secondsof
School bowling champs
man ,
four bass averaging three pounds Marines took individual
round. had
the
apiece. Pop fished the St. John'sRiver is third.Point third Stoge honors in the Spring NATTCenter -
and used artificial plugs Standings: held his own until Maisak un-
which
5-4 for bait. NAWS School _.__.___...__314 corked a stinging right. S/Sgt bowling league com-
i, pleted its season last week. Fred
AOA) School ___ .309 Estell Walker coached the win-
Charlie Dupont and Ray Owensof School had
Daly of ANP( ) high
Airman School .....306 ning Company 10.
Jax Navy's resurgent tennis 0 & R had a field day this MarAvDet 272 season game with 225; Tiny Wil-

squad pulled one out of the fire last week-end with their fly rodsat AKA) School 209( Results: horn of MarAvDet high series
last Federal Point. They caught 16 Thorn Gminski (10)) decisionedCal with 593 and "Flick" Flicko of
Friday in
. downing a tough ;
AEA( ) School ._.___. ._..267
University of Georgia combine, bass in two hours. Man that's 1st LT-SS _248 Langley ((13)); Clark'Christensen NAWS School high average with

5.4, on the latter's home courts. good fishing and a lot of fun. I TraFacilities .243 (13) decisioned Jake Gold- 170.

The victory, which avenged a Salt Water fishing is good and AOB( ) School __227 stein (10) Ken Grady' (10) Airman School won the title

previous loss to the Bulldogs, Bobo Radford of 0 & R and party AEB) School _.________-_220() split decisioned David Richardson and had high team game of 951
evens the Fliers' seasonal slate at caught 35 bullhead whiting. They Supply 109! (13); Don Bailey' (10)) and high season average of 766.

44. fished from the jetties.R. Waves 102 decisioned Stan Sutton (13); AO(A) School's 2466 was high

. Jax Navy's Bob Anderson A. Scott & Joe Blanc of 0 & Travis Tiller (10)) decisioned Al series.

played the role of giant killer R also fished from the jetties and Mabry ((13)); Ed Jones (10)) TKO'd Scoring leaders: Flicko 41

with an upset win over Georgia'sNo. landed six sheephead.Best YC-62 Nine Cops Dick Kantoff (13)) 1:15: ((1)); Don- games, 6997 pins, and 170 average;
1 man Horace Thorn. The ald Marsh ((13)) decisioned George 54 8960 pins and
times for fishing this FracasVC62 Way, games, ,
Opening Iluth (10) and Jose Prez (13))
Fliers No. 2 man, Jack Candland, weekend are as follows: I 166 average; Daly 54 games,
came from behind after a 2-6 in the decisioned Pat Sheehy ((10)).
23rd Saturday 0545 to 1000 made a fine start I 8887( pins, and 164 average; Wil-
count in the. first set to defeat to 1600. Men's City Softball League on horn, 51 games, 8208 pins, and
Bill McMullan 6.0, 6-0. The Fliers' and 1200 Monday night as unbeatable Don 160 average; Sumr itt,-59 games
Len Curtis set something of a 24th Sunday- 0545 to 1030 and Glidewell hurled to a 2-1 win Auw.1' I.Pu.1 9412 pins, and 159 average; Clegg54

local record by playing 70 gamesin 1300 to 1700. over NAS Cecil Field.It MIDDLE BOARS games, 8545 pins, and 158
columnof II N RID AD II 'I lN UIE
and Nimrods is a
Rods
the singles and doubles before ( and was Glidewell'a, game all the ADEN. t SL E S. NI I average; Burner, 58 games,
succumbing to youth. interest to all fishermen way as he struck out 19 batters $e W. AII= T E R. A lIN1M 8960 pins, and 154 average, and
The Fliers next meet Charleston hunters.News from any personnelfrom and showed perfect control even N.,S HIES. F I e fe Balbach, 59 games, 8914 pins,
,
Naval command, military and ATIP t ElM.1M AID
Base April 23 at Boone any In twos extra innings of play, DEAO.AIRS and 151 average.
Park and vie civilian, are welcome to submit
against Georgia allowing one hit. The winning PRIES I STREETS NATTC Bowling Finals
Tech April 26. information.News for this columncan tally came about in the ninth ROD. P E. E O. RIM Won Lost Ave.
Summary: lax vs. University of be submitted through Bob balls CLAWS. M 8
when on two bases on an Airman School u.65 15 766
extension 525, Accessories I L. AR MIA. I F IA DES
Brown
Georgia ,
: error and'a wild pitch, Blackie RE 'II( OlE REDUCE NAWS School _61 19 734
Singles: Sobieraj (N) defeated division, O & .R... Blackstock, catcher for the squadron 1M'1 IN e As AO-A School _60 20 734
-----
Pound (G), 7-5, 6-2; Smith (G) ----- came across the homeplatewith AO-B School _52 28 720

won over Curtis (N), 10-8, 7-5; SOS the winning run. (Answer Puzzle Page 2) AE-B School _46 34 710
McMullan (G) lost to CandlandN
Mar Av Det _.36 44 684
( ), 2-6, 6-0 6-0 Wilson (N)
; AE-A School _35 45 671
beat Huff (G), 6-2, 6-1; SteinbergG Selections( Made For Crackerjax Squad I AK-A School _28 52 688
( ) defeated
Thompson (N), 6-2, 655
Tra Fac ..._._.._,19 61
6-2, and Anderson beat Thom, 4-6,
65 624
.. I ht Lt-SS 15
6-4, 64.Doubles.
Waves Cracker- night at Brentwood Playground outfielders Pat Ashcraft, Pat Gor- .
The Jax Navy
and Wilson
: Sobieraj squad has been selected against an unnamed opponent.The sky, Sue Lee, Chris Buck, Lupie In New York, people from Oshkosh -
(N) defeated Pound and Huff jax playing
' picked squad, coached by Ortiz and Joyce Potter. Fran Gray look at people from Dubuque -
best available
with 16 of the
(G), 6-3,6-2 McMullan and SmithG ,
; the Matt Kurilich includes infielders and Ellen Carlson will share the in the next theater seats
( ) won Candland and Cur- girl softballers comprising
over Hoosier duties while Nan Ward and "Humph, these New
Diana Fitzpatrick, ,Carol pitching say,
tis (N) 4-6 6-4 11-9 and Stein- contingent.The .
,
,
officially Gerri Gorsky, Lynn Stewart, May and Jean Larsen will handle the Yorkers don't dress any Utter
Crackerjax open
berg and Miller (G) beat Thompson "
mask and the mitt. than we do.
Ann Nixon and Panry Quinelly;
season Monday
and Anderson, (N), 6-2, 6-4. their City League

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FOR RENT Presented To Resign Early

/
3 bdrm. furn. home $45, to share, 160 EmployeesA A total of 101 Marine master

4818 Tulipwood Rd., EV 83297. sergeants have been permittedto

:3 rm. unfurn. home, 1329 Hamilton total of 160 Naval Air Sta- resign early under the new

St., EV 8-2155. tion employees .have been presented policy in effect since last
.
3 bdrm. turn. house, 1279 Belvedere with five-year pins for recog- October.

Ave., EV 9-7455. nition of their service to the federal The new discharge privilegesare
_
p government. outlined in Memo 9154.
Furn. home, $75, EV 9-1565.
'Employees honored with five- The 101 discharges were as of
I Apt., 226 Dellwood, EV 72070.
year lapel emblems were 106 from Feb.' 1 1955.
1 bdrm. unfurn. apt., $65, 3608 : i
Overhaul and Repair department;
Riverside, EL 39083.
39 from Supply Fiscal depart-
Furn. brick home, $75, 6500 Eve
ment; 15 from Public Works; five RevealContinued
lyn Or., North Shore, EL 3- I
i s4 from Communications department ,
8747. 4r ; two from Administration, ( From Page 1))
Apt., efficiency, $55, 2768 College
and one each from Industrial Re- ond grades) who are, receivingthe
St., EV 91307.
t lations, Infirmary and Special vaccine provided by the Polio
5211 Ten-
3 bdrm. furn. pt., $80, ;
I Services. Foundation need not make a *
nant Dr., Venetla, EV 7-2108, purchase
O & R employees awarded pins from Special Services nor
aft. 1800. l .
; i included: Albert Alexander, Norman apply to the Infirmary for injec
3 rms..duplex apt., $53, 315 Wood- M:
i Allen, Osc r Anderson, Mae tions.
lawn Ave., EV 75867. ";'J .RL-"0".-.""
4 rm. furn. apt., $(5, 8892 Nor- SHOP TALK, GUIs Miller, (right) Overhaul and*Repair I I Ard, Covington Barrett, George' All school children who received -

mandy, EV 9-8183. department employee talks a little shop with Capt.- Wellington Bennett,, John Bigelow, Jesse Biv- the Salk vaccine last year

Will share home $50, 4812 San Hlnes, 0 & R Officer. Miller is explaining to Captain Hines how ings, Glen Blalack. Marvin Blum- should receive a "booster" dose
-his tail rotor rigging for helicopters works. Miller's device, an I berg, Phillips' Bowers, Frank Bow-
this in spite of the fact that
Juan, EV 9-9739 or EV 87364. year
which he received check
for $120
adopted suggestion a providesa man, James Bradley, ,John .Bre-
2 bdrm. furn. apt., 3719 Mayflower means of quickly .and accurately determining the angles of incidence they received three injections last
Murray Hill, EV 97304. in setting the tail rotor blades. Thirty other 0 & R workers land, Robert Brennan, Crawford year. These earlier shots do not

2 bdrm. gar'apt., 754 River Blvd., received recent checks totaling,$1,165.'Workers. I Bright, Walter Brightman, Rich- provide full immunity, the medi- "
ard Brooker Vernon Buffaloe
,
Orange Park. cal authorities state, and 'it will

Furn.Mueller.gar. apt., $55, EV 9-9779, 31 0 & R Share In Edwin''Capell Bush, Irwin, Harold Cassidy Candy, Bennie, Henry be ster"necessary this year to receive to extend the "boo.the

Collins: John Conken, Joseph
2 bdrm. unfurn home, 5627 Morse partial immunity of last year
Ave., Wesconnett, EV 8-1129. Cross, E. C. Cueniet; Thomas Dar- The same size injection as the ori.
by, Herbert Davis, Schley Davis,
165 TakeFour
5 rm. turn. apt., $75, 3559 River- $1 Suggestion William( Davis. ginal ones, the' "booster" is also

side Ave., EL 6-0829, Bricker. purchased from Special Servicesat

1 rm. EV 8-9223. awards of $100 or over were paid to employees of Over- William De Rolf, George Derrick the same cost'of $1.10.

5 rm. turn apt., $65, 2531 Post, haul and Repair department in the latest presentations made for James Ellisor, Francis Fancier THE NAVY PROVIDES im-

aft 5:30: on wk. ends. adopted beneficial suggestions. Charles Farrell, Joseph Gil- munization Without charge to all

3 rm. turn apt., 528 Clinton, In all, 31 O & R workers shar- Fulford Lonnie I lespie, Charles Gilman, Forrest dependents in extra-c ntinental
Adolph $10
I ;
Pk. 112-8-4702.
Orange : ed in a total of $1,165 in checks Goddard, George Grahm, Paul areas between the ages of six
$$0 Wilbur
George, $ Hanchey, $10.
4 rm. Turn home, 883 North Edge- ; :
I months and sixteen this
presented last Friday by Capt. Grant, Clifford Green, Robert Crier years; on
wood, EV 9-9102. :James Knight, $10; Lloyd Kuss-
Wellington Hines, O&R officer. Peter Grohn, John Harris, basis dependents within the con
4 rm. partly turn., 6238 Seaboard, maul, $20; Robert Mann, $10; Ho- tinental borders advised that
Braxton Jr. Earl Nixon are
Herlong, ,
King. The largest, a $200 check, I mer McKay, $45; James Neel, Jr.,
I the most urgent requirements for
method of Wiley Hoard, Jr., Earl Holifield,
awarded for
5 rm. unfurn. apt., 8629 Normandy Improved P80; Raymond Reinhardt, $10; Orr the Salk vaccine within
Gerald Homann, Charles Howard, occurs
Blvd., EV 98440. repair on fiber core aterials, was Scott, $15; Fernie Selby, Jr., $10; these limits.
Fred Huggins: Charles Jackson, age
3 rm. furn. apt., 8558 New York to be divided by Joseph Shaw, Alice Sweat, $15; Ralph Tompkins,
Lawrence Jackson, Clemey John "There are no contra-indica.
Ave., Orange Pk. EV 88146. Laurence Kimberly, Benjamin DI- $20; Glenn vorp, $10; and James
son, Daniel Johnstone, Elbert tions to the Salk vaccine except
Unfurn. gar. apt, 3602 Oak St., Franza, and Alvin Crews. Wright, Jr., $50.
EV 9-5354 Johnson. I t Jones, Eugene Kelsoe, Wilfred Kid- that it will not be given to any
der, Francis Kirton, William Lack- individual who is sick at the time,
4 rm. furn. apt., $80, 2132 River- George West and Lloyd Kuss-
Church Plans ProgramFor emacher, James Ladd, HllliartlLangley either with polio or with any
side Ave., EV 8-2062, Bennett. maul shared the $150 award for
La-
Lanier Don "
Gayer ,
other acute illness, says the di
3'rnr furn. apt., $57.50, Roosevelt- an air starter extension drive. ServicemenAvondale varlo, Willis Lay, John Leverence, rective from the Medical Depart

Collins Rd., 778-8-4551. Ottis Miller earned $120 for his Baptist Church, Her- John Martin, Leslie May, Robert ment. "No reactions ,are likely to
3 bdrm. furn. apt, $75, 6009 An-
derson Rd., EV 8-8006. mean. o>( quickly and accurately schel St. and Edgewood Ave., will McDonald, Herbert McMillin, Lau- occur and the discomfort of re-

4 rnu unfurn. apt., $70, 3859 Her- determining the angles of Inci- join with the USO in Jax in a ra Minor, Claudie Moore, William ceiving an injection is not greater
Moore, Homer :Myer, William Nel- that the discomfort experiencedfrom
recreation to entertain
schel St., Clark. dence in setting the tall rotor program

3 rm. furn. apt., $70, 4520 Mar- blades on Sikorsky helicopters. servicemen stationed in Jackson- son.Also Martin Newsone, Dudley immunization.administration" of any other

guette, EL 69907. :J. L. Young received $100 fora ville. Norman, Marvin Plyler, Thomas

3 rm. gar. furn. apt., 2636 Myra method'of using damaged antler The program, which begins Polston, Roger Priest, Bethel Rag At a later date, dependent upon

St., EL 7-2763, Cowart pipes for spark plug harness, pre April 22 at 2000, will be held on land, David Rodgers, Edwin Ryan the available supply of vaccine,

6 rm. furn. apt., 2636 Myra St., viously surveyed. The use of alternate Friday evenings on the John Simmons, Joseph Sis- individuals over 16 years of age

EL 72763. Young's suggestion -permits the Avondale Roof Garden. The program trunk, Ben Smithwick, Islach may be taken care of on the same

2 bdrm. unfurn home, $100, 6245 salvage of practically all of these includes ping pong, shuffle- Spann, John Stancil, John Strat- basis.

Ortega Blvd., EL S-5447. pipes. board, badminton, volleyball, table ton, Olen Tate, Jethro Thomas, ing pins were: Elizabeth Allen
Furn. apt. 2604 Post St., Bray. and recorded music.
,
games ,. William Thomas, Enoch Tisen, Garnett Ball, William Barnes, Elmer
5 rm. furn. apt., 2141 Forbes (Riverside There will -be plenty of girls on
Others receiving awards were James Tyler, Hiram Van Houten, Blven, Wallace Boyd, Sr.,

EL 55203. Jerome Becket $10; Frank Bolin, hand, as the Young People of the Thomas Vinci, Castle Wakefield, John Bryant, Delores Burton, William

Furn. gar. apt., 2137 Forbes, EL $10; Robert Bowers, $30; Robert church are backing this program. Mary Wallis, Alvin Warren, :Jacob East, Jr., Mary Endicott,

B-5203, Harrison Boyer, $25; R. C. Campbell, $20; Avondale Baptist church is located Wells, Donald White, Frank Mary Everllne, Bird Graves, Den

3 bdrm. furn. apt, 852 St. Clair. James Campbell, $10; Lyle Chap- seven blocks east of Roose- White, Laland WhItmire, William. nis Griffis, William Grimes, Otto

3 rm. turn., 311 West 4th St., line, Jr., $50; John Dec, $65; velt Blvd. Transportation from Younger, Leonard Diesel. Gundel, Anne Harold, John Hoi

EL 57414. the USO, 37 West Monroe St. will mann, Ed Hoyle, Vaud Ingram,

3 rm. unfurn. apt., EV 9-0837, NARTUContinued be furnished at 1930 Friday. Supply-Fiscal employees receiv- Catherine Japour, Ruth Johnson,

4700 Wheeler Ave. 0 ha KI t .'u'.. .VI_".
rp e n, .og e e s .u6u.'
2 bdrm. .furn. house, 112-8-8244, ( from Page 1) Franklin Maddox, Vernon McKinnon -

,. 8525 Materia Ave. percent; Operations, 81.7 percent; Gerald Mcleod, Ophelia Mil

2 rm. apt., 4620 Birkenhead, Lake- Overhaul- and Repair, :68.7 per* ler, Pauline Morris, Chester Moss,

shore. cent; Fiscal, 68.7 percent; Secur- Eldridge Niblack, Lillian Pacetti,

FOR SALE ity, 66.2 percent; Communications, Willie Patterson, Clarence Peine,

3 bdrm. unfurn home, 5058 Lawn- 61.3 percent; Supply, 45.7 percent; Marie Phillips, Percy Preston, Or-

view St., EV 84269. and Administration, 37.7 percent. via Renftle, Rose Rlzk, Evelyn
3 bdrm. home, 4851 ManchesterRd Taft
Napoleon Thomas, Charles
The overall financial goal set
Lakeshore, EV 8-7776, Sten- White.
for NAS and NAB6 is $58,649.68.Of .

shorn. this amount, $42,745.34, or 72.8 Presented pins at Public Works
3 bdrm. CB home, best offer over
cent has been pledged so far. were: Leon Barrow, George
per .
.kooi
Rd. EV
5239 Woodcrest
$1,000, w
Baughman, Thomas Beyer, Louis
Figures were released by Capt:
72142. Gill, Oliver Green Charlie Hicks
T. Hines charity ,
3 bdrm. home, G.L equity, 1888Vista. Wellington Kohn
chairman.The Jerry Toney Martinez, Jr;,
Lekcshore. Andrew McCurry, Earlie McLen-
Jax Navy Crusade for
MISCELLANEOUS don, Delmus Raulerson, Virgil
:; Ride wanted to Riverdale, Lake- Charity will continue until June Smith, Wallace. Wade, Dorothy

shore, Kirkland, shop 525, or call 24, with an All Jax Navy goal of _PLANE"Know FAMILIARIZATION your planes" Is one Welsh, Margie Wicker.
will be distributed
The -
$100,000.
EV 7-4264, 0700.1530.WEEKEND money of the first axioms for Airman Also awarded their five-year em-
to the Jacksonville. Preparatory School students at
Chest Mal blems were: Jeannette Daley, Es-
Duval County Community NATTCenter Jax. T/Sgt.
TIDE United Fund and the local branchof 40 colm Pate, Instructor in the telle Trible, both of Administration -

the Navy Relief Society. No aircraft familiarization phaseof ; Mary Wooten, Industrial Re-
HIGH LOW the course, shows two women
lations Delores Infirm-
; Feinberg,
other'fund campaign will,be held students the operation of
.. am pm am pm here, although containers may be the FJ-1 Fury jet. In the cockpit ary; Margaret Cless,.Special Ser-
.; Fri. 7:57: 1.14 1:23: vices Lois Adam Sadie Evans
placed to receive voluntary con- Is Wave Marion Hixon, AA, ; ,. ,
Sat. 8:48: 2:05: 2:12: tributions to other approved charities. and standing with Pace is Woman Louis Hall, Sarah Harrow, Marie
Sun.; 9:40: 2:57: 3:02: Marine PIc. Lucy Turner. Karstedt, all of Communications.t" .
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