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Creation Date: April 28, 1955
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VOL-13 No. 5 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 28 April 1955
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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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\ Hazard Pay Wide Screen

4AX NAVYCRUSADE Bill Of InterestTo


Many Due ForTheaters


TOR CHARlty Increased. hazard pay is '

being, drawn by hundreds Here
servicemen attached to
various commands based

NAS Jacksonville as a Movie\ goers among Navy

of passage of the new and Marine Corps personnelin
150 Pay Bill effective April 1.
the Jacksonville area will
A total of nearly 221,000
'I : not have to wait much longer
duty personnel and another S ; SS :

592 persons who fly in the _____ before viewing their favorite
serve forces fall into 13 movies on a wide screen '
I4C categories of hazardous duty, :
In an announcement sent out
tagon figures show. This
to the field, the Bureau of Ships
per month calls for $110
of $100 for officers and $55 has revealed that conversion of

of $50 for enlistees theatres to wide screens Is expected -
130 ,.,,, r,... ".
to be' completed before
pilots joined the ranks of
About 153,000 fliers on : J. S. Young: (center), Com July 1.Some,
basis make up the largest Patrol Plane Commander cer
to receive hazard pay, while ( ); skipper of Patrol Squad- 200 movie houses at Navy
120 sole recipient who cares for : : commanding: officer of Air and Marine Corps activities will
: The PPC designation Is
is the smallest. Three new proficiency requirements In undergo the 'change-over, which

fications were added at the Is highly honored, with will cost a total of $400,000. Con-
of the passage of the bill history version will cost $2,000 per thea
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as a human acceleration or tre.
110 celeration, duty as a The new screen will be the

chamber inside observer, and all-purpose type, able to show ,
involving: use of a helium cinemascope,wide-screened mo-
breathing. mixture in -- vies the Bile
or regular smaller
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,00 diving. 5).I fllmlngs.
Among the commands here
Service theatres in the Jax ares
could give accurate number
to be converted include: NAS
flight skins issued were
PledgesThe Jacksonville (Mainside); NATT-
with 269 sets per month in
Center, Building 563; NAS Cecil
b k
Reserve Organization, r 0
Field; Naval Hospital Jackson-,
down to 223 for crew and 46
non-crew members, and 51 Charity Drive i in yule; NALF Mayport; Naval Base
Green Cove Springs, plus NAAS
for active duty members, 31 ; percent a $100,000 goal
( civilian personnel, latest Sanford, Fla.
80 20 non-crew; NAS with a I .
of 44 sets, with 24 for crew .

20 for non-crew members. arc now members Plan Open House

the large number of the "100 Percent Club". Mem
each taking care of a of the exclusive club include: For AF Day

70 personnel problem, definite : 136.3 percent; Industrial. Saturday, May 21, will mark
ures were unavailable from 133.6; Dental, 125.5 per the sixth annual observance or
units at this time. ; Special Services, 120. 5 per- Armed Forces Day.
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i I S a ; Mobile Training Detach- As usual, the Naval Air Station -

i 60 Pentagon estimates for the ; 117.4 percent; Chaplain, will hold an Open House, .
rious groups entitled to percent; Public Works 106.7! open to the people of Jackson. '
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pay arc: ; Medical, 104.4 percent; ville and Duval County. Wlill
Flying pay 110,726 ; Security, 100 percent. Also I complete plans have not yet
42,505 enlisted men and 8,351 ; member of the "100 Percent I matured, there will be static
50 ation cadets. In addition in ; is Staff, Commander Naval displays of aircraft and equip.

Reserve forces, 19,151 officers )( ( Turn to Pace 8, Col. 5) ment in the hangar area.
7,441 enlisted men.
Submarine pay 1095 CALLS FOB CELEBRATION-When pilot .
and 8569 enlisted men. Lcdr. Ted Crosby ( ) the
Approach
i3n y ypPF
40 55,000th Ground Control landing:
Flying pay (non-crew) handled by GCA Unit 17 here, he was give
I 528 officers and men. the honor of cutting the cake specially pre-
Parachute jumping pared for the occasion. Lt. I). u. Robinson
Instructed the gets
control officer who pilot
(Please Turn to Pace 8, Col.
the first piece of cake.
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GCA Unit No. 17 Records ,.J, 'li'ofo!"' ""

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. 20 55,000th Local LandingLandings d y .

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followed completion of the
made
are every day
here at, NAB Jar with the helpof flight, with Comdr. Edward s +
o Ground Control ApproachUnit potter, assistant Operations officer '

17, but the landing at 1350 present for the ceremonies. 5
The cake was baked by yb k
hours on April 14 was some -
thing special.It the NAS galley.

was the 55,000th: landing A unit of Operation department .
FF N N H NA CCA-17 !I. headed by Lt.
AI controlled by GCA Unit 17.
w s 's .Tame LuCrolv.
A I j R A jet plane piloted by Lcdr.
II GCA for the 55-
'F UL Ted Crosby, Overhaul and Repair operation
V test pilot, zoomed out of 000th flight were. under control
David Robinson! ,
of Lt. approach
the western skies to make the
,,55,000th sit-down. Although it controller. Other unit person
Charity Drive StandingsAs I was classified as a routine nel who were.in, on,the special iiI

Of April 20. I flight,'a cake-cutting ceremony' :, (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5)) -




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: -- 1 tros o Eye K-Vet Bonus


t J1\\ R.JH. S r HERE ARE ANSWERS TO THE For Iowa, Conn.

THEIR
QuesrtoMS SERVICEMEN AND Bills arc now proposed
FAMILIES ASK THE VETERANS state legislatures Connel'tr.cut
.. of
Published every Thuuday tor Navy and Marin activities at Naval Air ADMINISTRATION EVERY PAY.
Station Jacksonville, Ma. and Iowa to pay Korea
WAS Jaeka.atlle .. --
cap John S. Thnch ,...,.. .-..1. ,, *- -.ConimanJlns! Ofnoer (fit Arm.d S.r lc.. fr." Service! ) I IQI who- had- been---gelling. pf'nslon8omt'boV veterans' bonuses.
Comdr. John N. Mell Kxccutlve Officer on-the-job training The Connecticut
am taking failed to send the VA bill pcvlc.a | .
Aden John Terry Fleet Air Jacke.rilt.RP.r < _.lommaldf'r under the Korean GI Bill. questionnaire- maximum of $300 for
annual Income acute
Capt. Itl;hll d O. Cieene: .. -......Chltt of Staff Although I have not completed my .his his pension has been duty for at least 90 days!
result be.
Meet Air N 1., Ele trCapt. As a
Edwin J. S. Young; -.__..ommandf'r training my employer has in- stopped. If he now sends the tween June 27, 1900!): and Oct
Cowdr. Frank D. Hejer -.-.Chief StaffNatal OWcrr creased my pay..so that now I am to VA and If his 27, 1953, ,to be paid at the rate
t Air' Te Capt. Henry C DeLonir.-_>..._,.....-.Commanding Officer receiving the beginning wages Income if below the legal maxi of $10 per month for each
Comdr. Edward W. Ukliop.Naval ....Executive Olllcerx I paid to a fully-trained worker. mum will th payments be resumed month of service up to 30
1I.ltal
Capt Edward C. Kenney __..__-..._..........__..Commanding OC'lreCapt Does that mean my GI allowancewill months. It makes no distinction
1. A. Newton 1accuttvo be cut off? between combat or
tl questionnaire stateside
NABTU A-If he return
Capt. Wilson n. Bartlett ......._.. ...Commanding; Oftleflr A-Not hf'CfJIIUrUy. Your GI from the duty.
Comdr. Laurence: )'. SleUenluicea; ............fcxccutho!: OfllcerTh longas within one year .
not ,
allowance will Mop 'RH aettt to Iowa proposes to
: date! It was originally pay niaxi.
TAX AIR NEWS li published) weekly at the! U. S. Natal Air Station It U elJitaWl"bf'dtI.at", you Mill .his pension mum $500 to each Korean
,Jacksonville b'lerliU. and printed com martially with non-aD propriatetl fund* him, be "III l resale vtt-
at B. exPf'DU t. the government and In compliance with NAVliXOS: : p-:!:;: Key.Nov. are a trainer lit all repU except all the way back 4* eran who served at least 120
1142. CoplM am distributed fie' of charge at the Naval Air Rtl\t1ont the pajmfitt
NirnU Air Technical Training Center, Naval Air Reserve! Training Unit and the pay.QIs the date they were cut off. If days between June 27, 1950
U. :S.: Naval Ilosultal. it possible to collect GI be nail longer than one year V and July 27, 1953. Payments

Asa't Editor-Veda Editor Moore-;Andrew man Reporters fl. Planey-Jack Holme> rill; NancyWaid unemployment pay at the !same! the, payments will begin IWI ef would be $10 for each month

SN.Th time I am enrolled in school under date of receipt .f the qUM- stateside duty and $1250 for
the
JAX AIR NEWS la member Clt the Armed Force! 'r"11! Sen ire.AFP3
I
material appearing la Uili publication may not be repilnted without the Korean GI Bill? Since am tlon.alr* or the data a new overseas.
the written permlMlon of Armed Forces mesa Senlre. Repuhllcallon of other In ",school I am not working.
matter rxrept toy iwvtre publication. U prohibited ,without aa.mission of claim U filed. AH this presupposes -
KtUtor.: JAX AIR NKV8.tidltarUI A-Xo, It is not possible, tinder that the \eteran' Income
Phone extensions I
cfflces located Main Administration Bulldlnc.
to obtain fJI unemployment -
M*. 2!. and 8JC4._ _____ __ __ the law allowances while N below the legal maximum for
you

In Time Of Need are enrolled In training under I it pension. .x
the Korean GI Bill. Althoughyou

Relief Provides may Rot be. orklng, you are POW Bill Receives
Navy Society
drawing monthly training allowances Senate Okay CATHOLIC
Sunday Mass-0800, 0900 iOOO
from Government. -
Financial Care CounselAid the The "accrued leave" bill for U.
Help Q-I am entitled to increased St. Edward's Chapel
disability compensation pay by S. servicemen who were prisoners Saturday-0800.

in times of need and relief for families in distress. reason of my dependents. What during the Korean War has been Daily-0630.

It's nice to have an organization to provide such things. does the VA consider as the effective passed by the Senate. Sunday-0630-Mass at JlOf.piitil! !
date of those increased The bill provides that leave Chapel.
The Navy has such an organization-the Navy Relief payments rAThe accumulated while a POW be- ,1'tIORl'tIO1930MondayNATTC

Society. effective date *f Increased ,-tween June 27, 1950 and July Chup.

The Navy down through the years has been nroud of payment because of 27, 1953, shall not be counted in lain's Office.CHRISTIAN.

one of its pet slogans "The Navy Takes Care Of Its Own". dependent U the date on which determining the normal maximum SCIENCE1900TuesdayMainside

That's just about what the Navy Relief Society doeshelpsthe the VA receives evidence establishing amount of leave (60 days). Approximately Chipel

Navy take care of its own. entitlement to the 'extra 3,500 persons standto Office on ramp.

Periodically it is necessary to bring to the attention of pay. I collect the pay which will PROTES1'ANTSchedule

officers and men the nature of services available to them Q-A veteran- friend of mine average $285 per check. of Activities

via the Navy Relief Society. The Society collects funds and ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL

uses them for assistance to personnel and their dependents. Thursday, April 28

It uses no government funds. It must rely upon voluntary :;::;.;y:, f;. 1900 All Saints' Choir Rehearsal

contributions and private funds. !, open to all who enjoy

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE in the field l of distress may singing.

take the form of an outright grant, a loan without interest, J. Sunday May 1

.. or. a combination of the two, depending upon the circum L' V; : 0800 Episcopal Communion,

stances in each case and the ability of the individual to Chaplain. V. Nickclson.

repay a loan. Aid to dependents of deceased personnel almost "' k 0930 Sunday School foj ages
: : "
invariably means an outright gift. ."<.:..-.>:,v ":;'t'' 4 through Jr. High; Bldg. 804.

Despite a 10 to 15 percent decrease in Naval and Marine 0930 Protestant Communion

personnel strength, figures provided by Navy Relief Society "Three Gardens", Chaplain Grif

show a three percent rise in grants'and loans, both in numberof Jr' fin.

cases and in amounts involved. In 1951, statistics show x 1100 Protestant Communion,

6,742 outright grants and conversions to grants totaling "Unusual Common Experience",

$450,249, and 59,913 loans amounting to 3816119. Despite, ',-' Chaplain Carpenter.
too, contributions of some $1,080,000 and the Society's income 1800 Lutheran Communion,

from investments of $628,000 (which reduces the support r Chaplain P. F. Pieper.

needed from contributions), total expenditures last year exceeded 1900 United Fellowship of

the total receipts by some $20,000. It is evident, therefore Protestants Bldg. 041 Topic:

that the effort and support of the entire naval service "Great Reformers of the Church"

must be increased to maintain even the present ]level of Chaplain J. V. Nickleson, speaker.

operations.IN Tuesday, May 3

ADDITION TO FINANCIAL cases, last year's fig- 1900 Lutheran Instruction
ures show 62,278 "service cases" involving all manner of -'--- '" ,v""M Class All Saints' Chapel, Chaplain

family and personal problems. WARRANT OFFICER SELECTION-Selected by the Bureau Pieper.
of Naval Personnel for Warrant Officer was Harry Roche', ATC, InstructionClass {
The Society operates through 47 auxiliaries and 55 an Instructor In aircraft armament control system at NATTCenter. 1900 Episcopal
branches located at principal Navy and Marine Corps bases lie 1* congratulated by Lcdr. Tom Casey Jr., training officer of NATTC Chaplain's Office\
and stations throughout the world. Through these auxiliaries Naval Air Weapons System School. Bldg': 563, Chaplain Nickel.'on.

and branches prompt relief is readily available to personneland ] 1930 Bible Study Group.

their families when needed. Layettes for new babies are Begin Course HereIn ': SAFETYBox Bldg. 804.Wednesday
furnished need ] May 4
as develops, and thrift shops are operatedat I
the larger installations, where articles of clothing and Paper WorkElimination I Score 1930 Prayer Service, AilSaints' .
other essentials may be purchased at rockbottom prices. I Chapel Chaplain Piep

EMPLOYED BY TilE Society are 38 visiting nurses Disabling Injuries Through St. Luke's Chapel (Hospital)

who work the families at the Tuesday 'Sunday, May 1
among larger centers; 26 social April 26 Wor-
workers in the main auxiliaries who assist with This Month 0930 Protestant Divine
personal as In an attempt to eliminate un- 3
Swets.
tfr. A.
well as financial problems. Overhead however is This ship Chaplain
kept at Year
a 5
work at the Naval l
ecessary paper of 1 lo ea
minimum through the service of over 2,500 volunteer wivesof Days Since Last (Note: Addresses
naval personnel. Air Station a two-week course in Lost-Time Accident churches may be obtained by

At present the Navy in Jacksonville is in the midst ofa Records April 25 Management under the general commenced direction I 14 calling the Chaplain's Office, 425)).

big consolidated -drive to ails local charities. The Navy of the Station 4. C
Relief Society its one of the beneficiaries of the drive.If administrativeofficer. charting; and proper utilizationof WEATHER OUTLOOK

you have hesitated in joining this Jax Navy Crusade office labor saving devices. Friday-Continued warm part
The
Director Resident possibll
for ,Charity think of how you can help the Navy "take Methods Branch and Office The following personnel are ly cloudy, showers and
Care of its own". personnel of registered for the course: thundershowers.
Office Methods Branch are leading Saturday-Mostly clear, slith"(
W. H.
Brigge, HM2 Medical
federal service.In the phase discussions.In ,
ly cooler.
AIM Gels department Robert M\
; Hall
Employee Industrial -
a special ceremony last Tue the short time available, the Relations Sunday-:Cloudy.I .
day, Jacob ,Frankenberf, special course touches highlights of the ; Elizabeth E. I I MH* BHaMl fe > lHM' "M
21-Y Service tin Fennel], Fiscal Louise
F.
8.f ; Hy
assistant to the several
AMfetant Indus phases of Records Man- smith Commissary Store
Security C.
An employee of the office ef trial Manager, was presented his agement; the creation of records, Overhaul and ;Repair E. LePaIge, I Closed Today
lapel pin for 20 federal having to do with ; Mildred
Assistant Industrial Manager, upenrlsor years ser efficient man- Bowling, Overhaul and Store, located< "
Repair Commissary
vice. Capt. Frederic F. Agent, Asslatant agement of correspondence, forms, ; I *'"
of Ship Building and HaTal R. D. Pinney, Operations; Laurie Building 135: win be do1
Industrial Maaaf, reports, directives I
presented and mail
I Inspector, pf Ordnance., located Rosenburg, Public Works; Daniel monthly Inventory all day 'j'111fJ'a
rrankeBberr with his handling .
pin ; use, security, and dispocal M. I "U1 b
at 1453 Mow St., ta Jachaxmrllle, following reading of a aitation for of records: analysis Sharpe, Supply; Olive Rucker, day, April 28. Ttoe storeopen Friday -
paperwork Supply Donald 1'8\1AI, (ill
; C. McIntosh as
business
for
bad beam honored for 30 yean hit .long Mnricec i problems, including process ., MC-
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28 April 1955 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three


VW4. VF-273 FAW-JJ VP-5, VP-16. Fasron 109 VP-18 Report 3,088 Housing



Scouting Jacksonville) Area Squadrons 25 Units BasesTwo For


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VW-4
As the Hurricane Hunters be FAW11Congratulations Florida activities will lx

gin to fortify themselves againstthe to Lcdr. Francis a among the 25 Navy and Marine

coming hurricane season, several Gahagan, assistant Wing Com- Corps bases to receive 3,088 new

new faces can be seen in the munications officer, who donned family housing units if Congress: -

squadron area. New personnel the gold "oak leaves" during the acts favorably on the present Military

include Lcdr. Jonas Harr; Lcdr. week. ; : Public Works Bill.

Kenneth Mackie; Ensign Vincent The Wing wished goodbye to Naval Fuel Depot, Jacksonville, .

Schuppert; Delbert Burton, ADC; J. F. Lancaster, BM3, transferred would receive $15,200( 'for this
to the USS Vermillion (AKA-
while NAAS Sanfordis
Gus Goodwin, SN; Dale Brown, purpose
CS3; Clarence Whitaker, ATC; 107)), and to George Llcra, SN, scheduled for 188900. This i ill

Theron Schudar, AKAN; Morri- who is being assigned to duty in a hoped to be the first part of a

Iceland. Lancaster was barracks five-year plan for 27,000 new-
sey Edward, AN; Charles Hook,
-AN; Crawley Townsend, AN; master-at-arms for the Wing. y housing units a year.

Michael A. Eaton, AN; Barrie M. Llera, assigned to the Wing- Flight TilE MEASURE would authorize

Sheridon, AA; and Charles R. El- Office, was also active in assist- V j 't 4r $2,345: billion for constructionfor
Station Catholic
the Chap-
liott, AA. ing lain. Q a all services. Defense authorities !- .
A hearty "welcome back" is promise to follow, the author!

extended to Lt. (jg) John Drew, i Recently advised of their impending zation bill with an early request

recently returned from the Philadelphia advancement in -rate >, for a $365 million appropriation'

4 Naval Hospital. i were: O. L. Avery Jr. to DK2; L. 1, Nr I to finance all of the new housing

Returning to civilian life from Hall to CS2; A. E. Koopman to i J I projects and cet many of them

this activity are Cliff Forlow and AE3; R. E. Hanley to AG3; J. W. started in final 1956, which be- 0

Willie Thomas. Faulkner and T. P. Garza to gins July 1.

Three *cane hunter planes, including AT3; A. Brustad to TE3, and K. :_ Navy's share of the entire

one of the new WV-1 G. Ekstrom to BM3. Avery and -'"-..---,- public works bill is $581 million
"Connies" will be in San Juan, Hall are TAD to NAS. Koopman, of which $314 million is for projects
"GOLDEN 1\IACKERELtt-Comdr. W. G. Malton (left), skip-
Faulkner and Garza are
Puerto Rico, for a special: Armed hanky, per of Patrol Squadron 5, admires the "Golden Mackerel" award in Continental United States,
Forces Day presentation, May 16- TAD from Wing units to the and submarine scroll presented to Capt. Robert Slizrskl (right), I $108 million for overseas, and
21. Wing Radio School and Brustad Air Force pilot on exchange duty with VP-5. Capt. Sliicskl was $157 million for "classified" pro.

"Tubby" Howell, captain of and Ekstrom are attached to Wing presented the "awards" after spending time aboard the submarine jects. The Philippines, Argentia,
IISS Tench, during anti-sub exercises in which the squadron par-
the VW-4 softballers, is not discouraged -I Communications. I ticipated. Since the famous "Golden Dolphin," the mark of a and Japan arc among the overseas

by the 0-2 record of his The Wing-wide anti-submarine; submarine, could not be bestowed upon Captain Slizeskl, he received areas pegged for housing, the

team. He loudly declares, in the exercise completed this last weekin the "Mackerel"'as a substitute. largest United States project lx"
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words of John Paul Jones, "I Jax proved to be among the perience as a former fighter pilot, ing the Marina Corps Base at

have not yet begun to fight!" most successful! held here dur- Aviation Duty Seen is quite pleased with his first Camp Pendleton, California. '

1 ing the past two years in taster of "multi-engine" duty LARGER PROJECTS for tho #

VF173Lt. terms of the number of "kills" For 1 Of Recruits claims its like "driving a Cadillac Navy are:

and 1\lrs. Benton had a scored by aircarft against the In its aim to bolster its aviation ." Lcdr. Rickly is residing in David Taylor Model Basin,

baby (Adriane) April 14; she USS Tench, which acted as the program, the Navy is now enlist Jacksonville with hill wife and I Carderock, Md.. $14,302,000 for

weighed in at 7 lbs. "enemy" sub. Comments from ing qualified men as airmen re- two children. new research and development

On April 16th Lt. (jg) William the Tench included a request for cruits. facilities; new Jet training baseat

Wright wed Yvonne Wilson of information on the type "Crystal About 14 percent, or about one Fasron 109 New Iberia, La., $24,361,000; \
Ball" maintained by the "anti- NAS Lakehurst, N, J., $16,311,000
the 23rd
Jacksonville. On April of seven recruits, may be enlisted Comdr. Rolland L. Hastreiter, "
kLt. (jg) Lory Johnston was wed subbers" Regardless of what she in this program. I the CO, has received oyiers to for new research and develop
to Marilyn Talton of DeLand, did, the Tench just couldn't seem ment facilities; Boston Naval
duty at NAS San Diego Calif.
,
to shake off FAW-11 aircraft
Fla. Shipyard, $8,441,000 for new
i duled. CIIRELE Lander, assistant elec-
utilities and replacement of piers
;
Welcomed aboard was CharlesF tronics officer, also has his ordersto
Mare Island Naval Shipyard,
.
VP-5 Erb, from ZX-11 in Key West. Air Development SquadronFour
NAVY WIVESCORNER $4,533,000 for new water front
Officers and men of VP-5: are Men lost include Lawrence Os- at Pt. Mugu, Calif.

continuing their busy schedule oftraining borne, AOC, sent to Cecil Field; The CO was very pleased with facilities.'Jamboree9. *50
and commitments. From Ezra Wilson AN and Richard
the appearance, of the entire crew
April 13 to -20, VP-5: participatedwith Steffan, ATI, were discharged
At the business meeting April at a "working" inspection held
other FAW-11 planes in an IVPit
20, delegates were voted for the last Friday.
.
ASX with the USS Tench. Flight
Southeast Regional Convention of Five new men reported to the
i crews gained much in experiencefrom Three of the Squadronhave
crews
I the Navy Wives Club to be held squadron during the week. They i
these exercises and at
com- reported to ,Faetulant at Show
1 in Norfolk, Va. May 2425. were T. J, Holland, Jr., AMC, Stage
it called of the
pletion, was one Norfolk to participate in specialized -
Club president Ruth Reese most worthwhile exercises to ASW training.Congratulation from VP-5; V. M. Miller, ADI,
will attend, along with Bette Cor- datt. crew from VA-35; B. Skaggs, AD3,
in order to
son, Mary Cipolla, and Ruth Dan- are from NAS Pensacola; D. B. Crad- Set FridayA
for Jack Wells who
Next came preparations our Lcdr. was pro-
iels. At this convention a slate dock, ADAN from NATTC, Memphis -
I II annual administrative inspectionheld moted to that rank this past week.
for' T. E. Barber AN also from
I of nominees will be presented ; ,
April 25th. Once again the It's welcome aboard to Lcdr. W. rollicking stage show, fralur.ing .
the National election to be held Memphis, and J. E. Lovin, AEAN,
squadron did well, and emergedwith P. Rikely, Royal Canadian Navy, from NATTC Jax. ( music, comedy and magic,
in October
an overall grade of 90.10. from Ontario, Canada, who recently traveling under the banner of the
I On April 26-27, competitive exercises joined the squadron. Lcdr Ronnie Nelms, AN, versatile "Circle A Jamboree" will be pre
Mrs. Llnde Forsyth, manager of center-fielder for the Beavers
in rocket firing are sche- Rikely, who has a wealth of ex- sented at King Hall Friday, April
the Navy Wives nursery made the softball team Is rapping the ball 29 at 2000.

announcement that the nursery CROSSWORD PUZZLE at a -.650 clip. Dick Holland's The show It free to all military '
will stay open the whole week- average is .590. Mike DeSilva will personnel.

end including Saturday nights, AC"OIl be lost for the with a
''t > I 1 t to II season "Circle A Jamboree" comprisesa
for several weeks to see if enough 1-141nk I-St"a all..tttti Inmiddle broken ankle I crew of soma half dozen talented
people take advantage of it to : :' It ''1Sped' I C musicians from the Third

warrant keeping it open every I!--Illph I'J' / ... r 1 // ,. VPHVF18 I Army, Headquarters Fort McPherson -
carl4mane :r /.
week-end. has been "beehive" of
0' J .. .. a : Ga. They have been heard
I" / V/.U; Vhea.rlllir '
Phyliss Blessinger announcedthat II-Attempt Vh v/: activity this past'week With six ;over radio and TV for the put

the Hospitality Box for tran- I'-Befi ammo' ," .. I'" n crews deployed away from Jax, : several months and are now on /

sient families whose household l/-Above- r"I": Il and six crews remaining here to I tour of the Florida Military Dis

things had not arrived from their !II-T.u- and!) me /; check out in the new P2V-7, plus trict.

,previous duty station is ready to J3-C t4-Ve mpau etablltiTrnkets p91M' JI t /// )'I : : : accelerated training in preparation -I The outfit 'Include. Pvt. HarryDlevins

be lent out as far as kitchen uten. for the annual Operational who
$ n // HI! : / 'J plays rhythm guitar
sils are concerned. ZI-PIA combat toy //r/: Readiness Inspection Of the squadron and sings; Pvt. Allan Maury, steel
I I toedrrlnx #9 // W
U-SprtarJ which takes place next
// guitar; Pvt. Jimmy Townsend,
Anyone interested in this Hos 6-nellr Itr veelel !'It I'" // ., '" 'If I'ia" month. electric mandolin; Pvt. Jim Hard.
:\!-( ,
pitality Box may find out more :II-Evil ,. By now, most of the Patrol ing, bass; Fvt. Glen Laynem, ten.
.about it by contacting one of the t5WInR35Conhin.v II-Arl"l': prdege ;"1 //, '" : : //// 5' Commanders have had an oppor- or sax and bass; Cpl. Ed Camp, IS

chaplains.The Ir 7'1 tunity to familiarize themselves guitar; Pfc. Ken Fagan, a magician .

next meeting will be held aI-Hold 37-Mtrkt o"r with the new P2V-7, which features who makes things disappear,

on May 4th at the club house in .//-f fastens : I two jet engines along with and Sgt. Don Windle, director.
Dewey Park. 41-Part or "1. h, To The Circle A Wranglers have
43-Pre eltion a... ..." r..a I.no. ... the conventional recips. a -
The April 20th meeting was f.-Ntmber.!- or I :-tnl",1: men ratio 11-"' "",, ardtav man, they feel it's a great air- made a big hit wherever they hay*

highlighted by a visit of Joseph Parliament .t-Nesatlt'e-.Ia"'. t"IC' U-A/nbbrl tontine", U-1Ia..II.'t-fo\lrl) h..14 craft. They are particularly pleased played. .

Gillespie who demonstrated"liquid n-Meado( j nlcknsme U-Cnunlr If U-fn .1I4IIIIC\n with the way it handles, added

embroidery". This is paintin iO-Spanl.U-NILII drama tor"rlv.r" -oenu.-Me"hl"tr'III: or l,e110, fe-Artie Ala! or U-R.c"mp.U-Rookb" comfort, improved vision, and the I R hYme* off f net Imci;;

a tube with a ball point so mspta, turnihne 11-Ponuslre tremendous additional power
that it can be used to decorate &It-I'IftOm.It-Slztyyt.r-o14a. '4 or,,:au4 to h-MohumurAaR t7-Eurnpenns: 1: 4eAttitude50Crony pronoun available from the Jets. HEWS A THOUGHT
"-"rono" tole /3-Cutllnr tool TO GIVB SOME ATTeNTWMf
linens, metal or .plastic. ,..,. deck I -ar"ln .. t'-chlh1rt'tI' 50-Vigor htlluq.FIt .' Congratulations are in order 'to PEOPLE S RyiCEDoMT
'O-Chan. tnme 'It--)'''f'' ''''''. L
$''n. Lt. who has PAY FOR A PGN9iOs4 ,
U..N"mto "-Whit. Randolph Myers,
the chances GOWN .. .
Sailor: "What are >ortlr. U-ProhU.lt.... 16e14fe1Aldutis : '
= been selected for Lcdr. and to
l, N IllowIMleml ,
of kiss ..
getting a It0Trlxyo wmttie 35ouq
,
Gal; "What do you think I'm I I Ltjg( ), Fred Stone, who has been i 7

running here, a punchboard" (Answer Pate I) picked for Lt. .C





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-A Sharp Crew Doing Bang-Up lob- I


;l'\' 'I Efforts Of Local Unit Lessens 'Skeeter' Problem I I


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t If you have noticed Odd looking the Station reservation; and the : \ ; -

.. light contraptions hanging from sewage disposal plant. Any time .
If the Crackerjax
an arm extending from a post, ::1t least 15 of the biting variety Softball;

! and which resembles a much show up in a trap, that area is, team's picnic was any previewof

overgrown lantern, it's no secret immediately sprayed or fogged to the coming All-Waves outing,

weapon it Is simply a mos- prevent spreading. Not all of the event will be a sure hit. The

quito trap. Florida's 60 varieties arc biters group had that "broiled-lobster
It's all in the battle against luckily for her human popula- r.
look" following the day at the
mosquitoes. tion.The
Although the mosquito season Unit's staff is doing more beach.>

will soon reach its peak in Florida actual preventive control work t t4' The diamond hustlers even took

with hot damp 'weather approaching than ever before, which means advantage of ol Navy persuasionto

the Station's Preventive less dependence upon aerial fog- convince a plane owner thai

Medicine Unit No. 1 is not ging.; The last fogging was done since their pockets were near!

too concerned.. in mid-March, but eight, or 10 empty, they should be given bride .
Lcdr. Francis R. DuChanois, days after a hard rain the Unit free of charge in his Piper

officer.in-charge, has the hardest gets ready to dose the Station I ,

working, best trained crew on the and Dewey Park with DDT, diesel Cub.Who won out The gals of

job, since the Unit was commis- oil and other petroleum solvents course!! It was a great day and
sioned (as Malaria and Mosquito I Lcdr. DuChanois says that; a good time.
I Control Unit No. 1) in 1949. Organized while flies and roaches often build *

.. in three divisions ad- up resistence to ,DDT, so far the ,a rt q "But_coach, you said little boys:
ministration, under Lt. Edward D. mosquito has not. .wMSYAJ/txP'OYRE 6+'M saw the
.YOkYbMEK M5'vk w Qr1Ntii400i'S. Ka>'lx..nv.Cai9v.xw +Ad>r.+mn We just Navy Buddies
Chapman; operations, under Lt. GOOD USE IS ALSO made of n READY FOR FOGGING-Hot, wet weather always means a in the Chow Hall and we mean

Joseph McWilliams; and tests and modern ground fogging equip- fogging mission over Infested areas. Preventive Medicine Unit No. to tell you, those guys are giants
development under David L. Hay ment. The staff by now knows 1 is now achieving such rood results in controlling the breeding: All day long last Friday Coach
don, civilian entomologist a every place on the Station where places before mosquitoes emerge from pupae cases, the need for Matt Kurilich received
aerial spraying has been reduced considerably. Robert Cheatwood, phone
close check of mosquito breeds
mosquitos are likely to breed, AMC; James Tostenson, AN, and William Fields, AN (left to right), calls telling him that the Navy
ing spots keeps this insect popu- and is actively applying residuals prepare for an early dawn flight. League buddies, whom the Wave
lation down before it ever gets to vegetation and swamps where
were to play that evening in an
with machete in true jungle
A
started. the insects harbor in daylight ever emerges.
exhibition weren't
II game, as wee
THE CHECK BEGINS with fashion.A These Lcdr. DuCha-
hours. Some of the uninhabited measures, as everyone had imagined. In fact
mosquitoes trapped in eight,light forest and swamp areas in remote close check of all standing nois admits, are temporary .in they stood anywhere from 5.10 to

daps. These are placed at Dewey areas of the reservation are so water is maintained, and floating character, and' not so effectiveas 6-3, and to a 5-3 Wave standingnext

Park; Operations; the Main Gate; thickly overgrown it is necessary pupae arc well doused with in- permanent measures such as to them on the field, thai:

at the rear of the Married ,Officers for Unit personnel to cut through secticides before the mosquito draining and ditching, eliminating 6-3 looked even higher.
Quarters the Armory the
; ;
and other features de-
potholes But the went on and the
game
Naval Hospital: ; the radio tower,
manding the services of an engineer -
at the uninhabited south end of hYkk Station lassies put up a gallant
The inhabited part of the fight losing to the Buddies, 7-6

station was drained and ditched in 5 innings of play. The cheering

during construction but mis- section and both teams admittedthe

e quitoes easily fly in from the game may not have been con

ti h.I woody, swampy sections. These ducted according to proper pro'

sections, with Dewey Park and the cedurc, but it certainly was a lot
;tv Hospital area, give the Unit the of fun.
FROM
HUMOR *
SALTY most trouble, and the services of. *

HERE AND THERE
;.' y most desirable, the whole staff Tower have a job to do and a
"When friend saidhc'd {
your girl k..
agrees. big one at that. These girls represent -
$ dig"me up a date, she wasn'tkIdding. ,y., PREVENTIVE MEDICINE Unit the Jacksonville Naval
.
No. 1 was given its present classification Air Station to all visiting pilot

Mrs. Henpeck: What would, you ___ : in 1953, when the Bureau and passengers going through the
air terminal. Their appearanceand <
do if I were to die? of Medicine and Surgery
attitude is what remains in
The Poor Guy: It would driveme aligned it with five other pre-
the memories of the Jax visitors
crazy, q ear ventive medicine units. However,
.....' Mrs. Henpeck: Would you it is still the only one concerned The gals in blue at Flight Plan-
marry again? with control of insect and rodent ning see double duty as they ad
The P. G.: I don't think I'd be s 4 disease carriers. as an information bureau as well
as giving assistance to all pilot
as as that.
crazy Much research is carried on in
.. in regard to their flights. Questions -
the Unit's laboratories, where a
Banana peels make the best well-kept insectorium supplies in- -asked of the Waves ait"Where's '
slippers" a good liberty place andhow's
sects for testing Right
purposes. "
the chow?
_9 _"___W now the Unit is engaged in test-
Mech: When anything go e awrong ing a new ins cticidal lacquer Flight planning sets up all
around the house, I alwaysfix CHECKS BREEDING SPOTS-Collecting larvae from stand- flights and crosscountry -
ing water and swamps is part of the constant check-up of breeding sent in for research by BuMed. emergency
: it.Wife. spots maintained by Preventive Medicine Unit No. 1. Here Tests are being made at NAS, at hops. If"you're in want of a
: Oh, yeah? Since you fixed William Fields, IIN, dips water in which pupae are floating and the Naval Station Green Cove hop while on emergency leave
the clock, the cuckoo backs out pours them into specimen! bottles in the rack,'for laboratory In- Springs and NAS these are the people to see. The
and asks "What time is it?". spection. The photo was taken north of the station refuse area. where bad Pensacola, gratitude received is all the reward -
a roach infestation
.
Navy Women'sRepresentatives and morale problems. Stress also occurred which was resistent to the helping-hands ask.
She: That was a lovely propo- was laid on the responsibilities standard insecticides. Operations dispatching unit i i':

sal, darling, I've taken it all downIn inuring: health maintenance, efficiency the file keeper of the, department
shorthand; now if you'll: just A record of all hops taken at any
sign it, I'll file it away for future and the general welfareof New Chief For time for. situation can be
women personnel of the Navy any
reference. Meet In Norfolk found in files.
Bureau of Ships Dispatching's
Lt. Hanson also appeared on *

Waiter: "May I help you with Lt. Elsie R. Hanson, Navy Wo- the speakers' slate with a talk on Rear Adm. Albert G. Mumma, The. accuracy of the Wave in

that soup, sir?" men's Representative at NAS, has Grassroots Guidance. has been nominated by President the control tower can mean the
-- *5 *
GI: "What do you mean, helpme returned from a three-day con-
difference
the
"Where moonshine comes fromis Eisenhower to head the Navy's age ,old problem -
? I don't need any help ference and training seminar held between person's life or death
a secret still". a
Bureau
I Waiter: "Sorry, sir. From the April 19, 20 and 21 at the Naval of Ship-(AFPS). Alert, exact and always carefulis

sound I thought you might wishto Base, Norfolk, Va. 'a.P the code of a Wave Air controlman. -
be dragged ashore." The conference was sponsoredby .

the Commandant, Fifth Naval RIAR RANK q 'I "Ricky" Urick,. SN, reported to

It's the fresh egg that gets District, and arranged by Lcdr. flight, planning Operations in

..slapped in the pan." Noma Reid Brice, former Public November of 1955 and, has been
Information Officer of NAS Jax, there ever since.

Daisy: "My boy friend is one who is now Assistant for Women, Rick admits her job is made

of the big guns in the insurance ComNabS. up of strange hours and even

business." About 50 Women's Representatives 4E'' stranger situations but ask her if

Maisie: "Yeah, I know. That's attended, coming from the she would like-a transfer and her

why he gets fired so often" First, Third, Fifth, SUrth and answer will be,' "No sir, I'll stay
.
Seventh Naval Districts, and Na- right here."
"Whadda you want?", snappedthe val activities within the Washington .
Supply Chief I D. C. g; ;-
area. ...--z-.., Oops, please excuse the fumble
"No thin' ". The conference was designedto ..., We omitted the following girlsin

"Did you bring anything to put assist the women's -representatives "-= ,,' the newly advanced seaman

it..in?", in guidance, leadership, PA, ,,...'1 ,, list last edition: Pat Spradlin,
1:1 t"No, I didn't know you had any; counseling, 'welfare and recreation ) and
u 1 uI.I kit /<*Mi/y ,It qnilt .;.tt.if- Sara.Marrs, Justin Kolodejcal.
Jeff. ,' educational opportunities
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REALLY nWING OUR SPIRIT"-Einployees at Overhaul and ,Repair department have "caught the spirit" in the current Navy Jacksonville Consolidated
Charity Drive. Personnel of the department have no trouble being reminded of the drive, with the many gimmicks designed by personnel thtm. ln1l.
Here office girls from the main office area give the "every thing copasetlc" sign as they show off their cute little SOS caps, some of which are elf'antly.df'slrned.) .
Seated (left to right) are: Dorothy Farady, Mary DunbarL Rose Michael, Alice Clay Sally Cordell and Estelle Padrick. Standing: (left to right), nose Neal Margaret -
Simkins, "f6 Scharle i'iD es Butts, Hazel Haisten, Pat McMullin. Louise Lirlmore, Blanche Hawkins, Helen Olsen, Anne Marie Schlrapf, Soprie Gelcnau,
Marti Asche, Audrey Cissell (Wave), Lois Munley, Lillian Wilson, Christine Hartwell, Ruby Herrlngton, Marl-Anne Kapp and Edith Wewer.



[tLLc. L You Knew They'dDo Parents Want To Know



It Someday All About Salk VaccineThis

-Pilotlcss CopterThey I -
I7 NOTEc
have finally come to it. ( f.t{ the first in a series of special articles on question/ -.-.--

The Navy is experimentingwith and answers concerning, the Salk polio vaccine). Sunday May I, Ittt whet S 0
Following the dramatic impact of word that Salk polio vaccinewas
a helicopter which doesn't the CPO Club will haw see w
authoritatively declared a success, parents here as well as the
need it's dance of the
, An anxious world gives Dandling a pilot-because oper- patio yrar
close attention. There ated by remote control similarto world over are tumbling about In their minds questions and answers Enough cannot I* **+4 buui

a time when the countries represented -was- fixed-wing aircraft. which fill in the over-all picture in the victory in the battle againstthe the excellent food bring wrv-xl

at the conference brought This experimental 'copter is disease. Mrs. Johnson and Mr"* roll

to mind years of romantic travel operated by the "drone" method Parents have been accreditedwith which Dr. Jonas E. Salk declares really know how to rook." Chief

Involving the spice trade, clipper Designed by Kaman, and a great deal of help in the between 80 and 90 percent effec- Powell gives them a fine assist(

hips and fabulous fortunes. known as the Kaman'I1TKl, fight against polio, from the dimes The shrimp boil is slated for

Now It is a matter of hours to the whirly-bird without pilot that little hands drop into Marchof tive.With an immense (Coordinated this Saturday, April 30, from 1700

the Middle and Far West a has been flown by the operatorof Dimes pannisters, to permission inoculation program underwayand until 1900, tickets arc on sale at
for their children to partici- the bar for adults 50 cents
,realistic understanding of this I a ground'control station, with wlrole! -hearted parental ; $1.00 ,
troubled area Is Important to all. the Navy has announced. pate in mass experimental Inocu- gratification, questions concerning! for children under 12. Free: beer
lations and now to a near 100 for the cold drinks for
\Ve suggest magazine for up-to- More than 100 hours of remote details in ramification of the injections big'uns,
consent to their children the '
percent young'uns.
control operation has
the-minute observations' and books are uppermost in the

for background. The Middle East; been racked up by the 'copter being inoculated under the new minds of fathers and mothers.How deco long immunity In so far o.i

Problem Area In World Politics, including landings, takeoffs, program. the two shots
quickly does the vaccine first one or "prime"
(Hoskins). backward, sidewise, forward Over 10 million dollars from the begin to protect How long will the body to produce antibodies\ *,
and hovering flight. In flying
SAUDI AltA IA. with an account -
from Immunity last? What agegroupsare acting like a cocked revolver. The
March of Dimes funds came
of the development of its the remote control helicopterthe the public to support this latest most susceptible to polio? Is detectable antibodies may be low

natural resources. (Twltchell). operator transmits com- vaccine the vaccine safe? but the booster "shot given about
Moslems On The March (Frenau). mand signals by radio from the research. its outcome a I seven months later pulls the trigger ,

An Introduction to strategically ground station to the controlsin forming tremendous n mountsof
A father of two youngsterswithin
Islam. Communist the drone 'copter.
important antibodies. This revolver may -
the polio danger age group,
Monaco In Malaya, (Miller) clear, remain cocked for years or for life,
Alton L. Blakeslec, science reporter
first hand appraisal of Commu- giving protection against exposure'
for Associated Press, for
years
nist guerillas. :Malaya: ., Indonesia, Blue Cross-Shield to the virus.Children .
has followed the studies on the
Borneo And The Philippine, a geographical in the following group
once-called "Infantile paralysis,
economic and political are found most !susceptible! to 1)oi i
Membership .' and now on the Salk vaccine developments -
description. (Robequain). liomyelitis: clhldren at ages 5
He has currently produced -
ARABIAN PENINSULA. (Sanger and 6 show the highest attack r
a long series of questions
). Not the Arabian Nights of Deadline May 6 c rate; next come the 4 and 8 year
and answers upon which some of
legend! Story of the developmentof olds; next the :3 year olds; next i
the: following data has been based.
the area with the impact of Civilian employees interestedin those 2 and 7 years old 1; next those

the 20th century and the importance enrolling in the Insurance Protection from polio begins I 1 and 9; then the 12 years olds, '

of Its place In our time. Group Plans of Blue Cross and about two weeks after the first then 10, then 11. After age 13,

Middle East In World Affair Blue Shield have until May 6 shot, at which time antibodies begin the attack rate declines\ pretty

Lenszowski). Considered as a to do so.Those. 9 to appear In the bloodstream.The steadily with age, On this basin '

geographical and strategic unit, who do not enroll by 1 (( inoculation or the "anlgen" of susceptibility the parent can

emphasis is on the political and May 6 deadline will have to wait In the body builds up "antibodies"or determine which children In the

international problems of the elev- until next year at this time to soldiers specifically trained to family: should have priority in the u

en independent states which com- join the group plans.In combat a certain type of ,enemy; inoculation program If supply of .

prise it. Oil In The Middle FAst released recently, It takes time to build any army, vaccine is limited. u
figures and so it is with this specific sub- to be
(Longrlgg) emphasizes important Officials note that of the $92,706,54 The vaccine appears even
resource In world trade-and poll' Cross 13lue Shieldin stance, "antibodies. safer, than most medicines already
paid to the Blue -
tics! Immunity may last for months In general use as it Is made of
1954, the amount of $92,371.24was
FOR THOSE WHO prefer the paid out for expenses of ILLEGAL QUEEN-Blonde !or it may last for years. Booster virus which first Is killed, BO' It

lighter vein, we suggest the following members incurred in hospital, bombshell Jayne Mansfield hasa :shots may be needed occasionally, cannot cause any polio sickness',
: Journey, To Persia statement leading part In Warner Bros. but only time and more researchcan says the report. This dead virus,
medical and
surgical, "
(Payne) delightful account which new movie "Illegal. Incident- tell definitely. however, can still stimulate pro-
the organization. board in the
made by ally, the diving
mingles appreciation for the old obtain background is there for all the duction of antibodies against natu
by
and new Let's Talk Turkey (Eth- Employees can apply male readers who are bound to Dr. Salk finds that one course ral, living virus.
ing application blank from ,Industrial overboard for cutey Miss .
ridge), and the gay account of go of vaccine might be able to pro-
travels of several young' men in Relations, Building 907. Jayne. Six NAS Marines

the strangely ''titled Blind WhiteFish

In Persia These are the typewe Sea Full I Given PromotionsSix
I Sailor Wife Ik Dist dress SuddenlyFindaonviue Of Peoplegeared K
are certain inspired the, song NAS Marines last week:

of "far away places" and these' J. Simons, ATS:- i' Beach, when he- --suddenly on the scene, and then heard Capt. Donald W. Sharon
Darwin
are the' "books that I took from '
discovered he had reached !a lifeboat with five more. Tho read orders promoting them in ,
the shelf", Lotus And The Wind 16, has found
Patrol Squadron
held in frontof
the point of no return with lifeboat retrieved all lifeguards, rank, in a ceremony
(Masters), Czarist Russia's plans'to that being In a liferaft in an the next stop apparently Eu- took the raft !in tow, and headed the Marine Barracks. -

invade India provide the storyof open sea, particularly with rope. He rigged a sea anchor for shore but promptly Capt. Sharon officiated in the

adventure; espionage and romance one's wife Is, if not amusing, at from a wet blanket, which succeeded swamped. Eleven were now absence of Major David Foos,

HIMALAYAN in the Himalayas.ASSIGNMENTMason least diverting. And if engaged only In- steadying the adrift, the two Simons and nine commanding officer of the Bar

raft's course, but didn't diminish lifeguards. racks.
( ), a present day counter- In such a diversion on a
Promoted to sergeant were
its speed. They settled down Final rescue was accomplished
part of the !same! story, Silver Nutmeg weekend while seeking amusement Wesley C. N. Ritter-
from Corporals '
for what_appeared to be a long by two lifeguards
(Lofts), intrigue and derring- it certainly constitutes a and hazardous trip. St. Augustine with a,, cruiser, busch and Charles A. Brazell.

do in the great days of the spice "busman's holiday." Shortly thereafter, much to which; succeeded' In bucking( Promoted to corporal from priv-

trade. Last Sunday Simons 1 and his their surprise .a rather ex- wind and, tide to land,the. b *> ate 1st class were Luther E.
MASK OF'THE LION (Simon), i
t fascinating novel of J lepers lir Inv wife were tiding breakers h feus'ted, lifeguard appeared, prildered eleven, shor. safe .mlmmd. Bryant, James M. Hyland, JosephO.
then three more < Tyson, and David B. Wills.!
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Training Center I A-Fisli, Story About One That Got Away-Kut Not For Long I

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Softballers I Here' one of those famous Eldridge 1 saw that the fish THIS TIME Lcdr. ''Eldridge'

Drop Navy "sea atories'1 but weighed around 7',. pound. was ready and he soon

But, that which sometimes happens boated a 7% pound bass.
with fresh water
a angle. I
Three to the best of fishermen, When the fish, which had
Straight"Base Lcdr. Everett K1 d rid e of
g did happen. Lcdr. Eldridge'shook swallowed the hook, died of

Fasron Six is a fisherman and leader broke at the eye of wounds that afternoon, Lcdr. (Personnel are invited to vtoit(
hits all need"
arc we likes to match wits with the the leader and with one arro- Eldridge discovered an unusual I the U8O 8ervicenten' Club at
lamented Coach Frank Fosbennerof
underwater finny ones. gant look, as' only a bass can thing the bass had not 37 Monroe 8t. The Club is open
the NATTCenter softball teamas '
give, the fish took! off for free only one hook hi its stomach from 0930: to 2330.)
2 Lcdr Eld-
he the results of the Saturday, April ,
surveyed dom. but two. lie noticed that Thursday-April 28, 2000, Sur
last three games his team playedin ridge made a long* cast into ths
The incident was forgotten the one hook was identical to prise night.
the Jax Class A softball league. waters of a lake just outsld until last Sunday when at the the one which broke at the Friday-April 29, 2000, Dancingto
One run was all the outfit produced of Lake Momenta later records.
City. same lake in the same area leader two weeks previously.

against Hardage & Sons, his line went taut. A baas had Lcdr. Eldridge cast again. That Coincidence? Could be! Saturday-April 30, Hoo 2jOO,

Cecil Field and Phoenix Drugs struck cut brought virtually an Immediate But fishermen( always know Open house.

while the opposition rolled up 15 IN TilE PROCESS of working strike and the battle that those 'that get away; don't Sunday May 1, 1000 Coffee

tallies. in the bass, in a flash, Lcdr. was on again get away for long. hour, then off to .Church, 1730
Coach Fosbenner is avidly seeking vespers and refreshments by Riv-

pitching help and has pickedup erside Presbyterian Church At

Ed Rowe, lanky right-hander, 2000 a free movie.
Barrow
'
who twirled: well for five innings Captures Monday May 2, 1700, Ping

Monday night against Phoenix pong by Frank Puskas.

Drugs. Women's Spring Tuesday May 3, 2000, gam<
Infielder Ed Thornberg and + y sC night, dancing instructions. '

outfielder Wally Rivers have both Wednesday-May 4, 2000, dance
produced well for the NATTCenter Cup Links MeetMary


Next outfit.week the team plays Na- Barrow, took the measureof I Rods andNimrods

tional Rentals on Wednesday nite Nadine Mays, one-up, in a I

and Hardage and Sons on Friday, gruelling 19-hole match to capture I

both games scheduled at Lacka- the Women's Spring Cup
wanna playfield. golf tourney held last week on Hospital Moves To Top Due to the high winds this
the station links. past weekend fishing was not as

good; as it should have been, but

Seek IM Play In The meet Spring which Cup decides is the the unofficial No. 1- I. Of Mainside IM LoopAfter some received.fairly good reports were

lady golfer of the station.Edie .
Three AIorc Sports Kossert won over.: Eloise Nick Fortney of 0 & R and

Gushanas, one-up, to annex the a week and a half 'of play, Mainside intramural softball party boated 17 bass averagingtwo

NAS Special Services has first flight diadem. Dot Bishop league participants are settling down after early season jitters, pounds apiece and 10 bream

dispatched special forms to all defeated Gladys Cooper, 4 and 3to with four clubs sporting unbeaten records. at Levy's Prarie. They- used live
units attached to NAS
Indicating bait
win the second flight, while V. Naval Hospital'has jumped to
their enthusiasm for intramural I routed VW-4, 7-0. Barnes has allowed -
J. Woodward won the third flight an early lead) to post three victories Frank Bolin of 0 & R got in
competition I in golf, I a total of four bingles in
competition on default from Eloise some good fly rod fishing at3oodby's
handball, and swimming Larkhart. I whileOperations has his three mound assignments. Lake. He landed four .
If enough intel est is shown of wins. VC-62 and
grabbed a pair
Teddy Jackson took consolation OPERATIONS took VP-5 into bass averaging two pounds each.

the these intramural sports will be added to honors in the championship flight. NARTU have notched single winsin camp, 10-3, with P. Finnigan hurl- Ed King of 0 & R and family

few forms program. Onlya Similar honors went to Mary their only outings. ing the triumph. Honeycut led enjoyed the day at Julington
havo been returnedand
It ii Holden in the first flight; Viv Hospital, behind hurler Don the victors at the plate with 3 Creek fishing for speckled perch.
urged that all submit
Fonfis Johnson in the second flight and Barnes, ran over Fleet Air Wing for 4. They boated 12 specks.J .
as noon! as possible. 11, 10-0, and then made it three
Pat Stewart in the third flight. I NARTU's initial bid
I was a successful C. Knight Of 0 & R did some
in a row with a 7.0 count over
In the future pro-flight (beginners one posting a 10-4 win nice plugging at Doctors Inlet by
VW-4. Luci behind the
) competition Carolyn Doane was plate over VP-5. W. E. Miller was on picking up two bass. One weighed
for the in the first
LinksmenAdd} won over Navitt Matton 3 and 2to Corpsmen the mound for NARTU.VC62's five pounds and the other, three
game. Barnes posted his second
: take top honors. Isable Mc-
ace, Don Glidewell, despite ounds.
shutout the
straight as Corpsmen
Curdy defeated Alice
Young 4 an injured arm, still had Grady Noble of 0 & R and Mrs.

TwoVictories and 2 to reap consolation. honors. enough to down Personnel, 32. Noble really had a field day at

Glidewell allowed two.bingles. Lake George They caught 50 nice

Crackerjax Cop Fasron 109 close 'on the heelsof bream

the leaders took two stirring Robert Roberts did some really

Initial Start victories, a 10-9 win. over ,VP-18 good plugging this last weekendin

and a 19-5 whipping of BOQ. McGirts Creek, and boated

Jacksonville Navy's high- In Grahm got credit for the two I eight bass averaging two and a

riding golf contingent madeit City PlayJax Fasron wins. Courter and Jenkins half pounds apiece. He used a

i shared mound chores for VP-18, Jim Pheipher underwater plug.
eight in
triumphs nine
Navy Crackerjax softball while Butler was on the hill for Lcdr. George Schoulda and
starts with two more victories team; made its bid for the Girls' ri BOQ. party of 0 & R did some real.

within the past week. City Recreation toga Mopday as COMMUNICATIONS split a good; shiner fishing near Lake

The Filers bested NAS Pensa- they walloped the highly touted pair, decisioning FaetuLant, 10-9, City last Thursday. They caughtsix

cola and Eglin Air Force Bas i in Pepsio-Cola combine, 24-11, in a and dropping a squeaker to Com nice bass, the largest weighing

night tilt at Brentwood diamond. :xE Fair Jax 10 pounds, and the next largest
a triangular meet, and took thmeasure e It 109. Hurler Farr posted
was a slugfest all the
way the win weighed seven and a half pounds.
over FaetuLant while
of Parris Island 24% to s ,
with the local Waves
taking advantage Rhinehart absorbed Capt. Wellington' T. Xlines 1 ,
the loss to
, 2%, :
of Pitcher Dood' wildnessto 4H 1
ComFair Marlow got credit for Comdr. George W. Ellenburg, Mr.
In the three way meet the chalk up 10 big marks in the the ComFair win. Lamb and party, all of 0 & R,

here compiled 26 point, Eglia first inning of play, 4 rj In another encounter enjoyed the day fishing in Dead
had 15' and PensacoU Shirley' Watkins relieved repays I Supply
;j finUhfHl Lake. They boated 12 speckled
Dood in : drubbed VP-16, 12-2, with Lin-
the top of the third
third
with 12. ) perch, and two black bass aver-
as the Crackerjax hitting proved dermeyer tossing the victory.
aging three pounds each.
Frank Heyer was medalist 1 in too much. MAINSIUK: SOFTBALL
both matches Team wise| Salt water fishing was good( ( this
garnering a 73 1 in Fran toed! the LS.eea Pereeat
mound
Gray for Hocpttel S' 1000VC.83 past weekend because Norman
the three-way meet and a par 72 the nine 6 N 11psties 3 IOW
Navy, fanning while
giving :
in the Parris Island melee. 1 1000 Wassman of 0 & R caught 11
up 10 free trips. NABTD I. 1000
Jax-PriMacola-Eglln: Summaries. ('emmsaieatl.se(( I I 750 speckled trout in Cedar Creek:
Crackerjax catcher Jean Lawson p;' Fan.. 110 2 I using live shrimp for bait.
Heyer (J), 6 points; GuerreroE was the little girl waving the j' VIMSRapnljr I J IMm
1 / JIM Comdr. William Henry of Corn-
( ), 3 points; Peters ((1'), 0 big stick M aha banged out a TA'alrUeUaK w.i 1 I 1 I 561 560 Fair Jax and his wife caught four

points. homer in the first and followed it } V W.4 1 'J 000 nice bass in Klngsley- Lake, the
Brbzo (J), 4i} 3 later with another four-bagger in VP.1 I t fIOt
; Taylor ((1'), ; :i roi I'p.noutel e I 001 largest weighing about four
.. Lowaleskl' (E), 1%. the seventh. : BOO FAKTD: I I 00 Ill pounds. They used live shinnersfor

McDonald (J), 5; Cain ((1'), 3; SUMMARY VP-5 : : 100 bait.
V r.4' _.. ....
_
CKACKttUAX: : '
Sharpe (E), 1, .
Best times for fishing this
Planer' !>... All B H
Johnson (P), 6; Summitt (J), 2; .."..- .. 4 1 I weekend are all follows] :' ,
Leonard arl.-: 2b 4 I 1 JPfainsideSoftball
(E), 1. Today's
Adlf'raJt- 30 0600 to
rt 5 S S Saturday, April -
Chaff (J), 3J ; Core, (E), 5V4; FItpatrlrkSb llllB lb a 3 4 1 1 1100 and 1230 to 1430 and 1700 to

e Borden, ((1'), 0. Urkf O.- .0 : 1 3 Slate 1930.

Ayres (J), 5'i; Dixon (E), 3tf; (OrtU *.- rtUrtkr If 4 I 1 1 I 1 ) Thursday, April 28 Sunday, May 1 0600 to 1200
Pensacola, default. Htewarl- lb. I I Albemarle and
(iray n Field -FAW-11 vs. 1600 to 1930. '
Jax-ri Summaries i Word: 11 I Ipfrsr.01..4 I I VP-18. (News for this column can be

Heyer Brozo (J), 9 points; : HANDBALL II OP PER The Yorktown Field-Personnel vs. submitted through Bob Brown,

Chrlstophcrson-Tomasello (PI), 0 1Maer !'... AB li 11, newly renovated handball Supply extension 525 accessories division -
,
Walkla.5.- SOIh 3 3 1 courts on 1\Iustln Road are get'
points) ....w.r-- 1 I: I ting their share of action these Saratoga Field-Operations vs. 0 & R. All hands, both military

McDonald Barrow (J), 7%; ::I't i 1' I days: as players prepare for a I VP-16. and civilian, male, and female -

Moane-Leach (PI), 1%.. -' rt{ i' I'i i ,lta ioD-wlde handball tournament Enterprise: d-VCn TS Fa- and dependents,: can ,submit -
>
Summltt-Ayres (J), 8; Stado ,- cc.Yana r One of the enthusiasts I
(- If 4 e I I I tuLant. I. i. any fishing news to. this col-
going alter'a "high; hot ohe" is ,
Allen (PI) 1. ".......- I I I
115.5-- rlV 1 I 1 Otto Newman Hospital Field-BOQ vs. VW-4. mn),

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East Tops West, TAiriirORit \:



8-2, In All-Navy J.{ti}' 'f' t""r Roundup :


(By Armed Forces Press Service) I
Boxing TourneyOakland ; '::'; To be consistent the Baltimore
S Orioles should finish in the American \
CaUl. Eight boxers :. '
/7' League cellar this
,'I ) .. year. :
iff : :
the Atlantic and two \ '
from area 'i' '. ,. '\ Since 1950 they have finished 7th,
\
from the Pacific area,battled,their S ) 1< ", <" ''',:.: ", /" ,,.," \ 8th, 7th 8th and 7th respectively.
to championships in the 1955 j '" .-.;,', <" I
way 4So much for birdseed \
All-Navy finals held at the Municipal : ,f:> r;;' Lt. Col. William Pel ton, executive 4

Auditorium here before 1 officer" for the Army Chief of In- 4 ,i

6,000 spectators. .5' formation, has been named president +
Featherweight Karl Matthews of the International Association c

of the attack transport Renville of Approved Basketball -Officials. ,j
recehed lhe Jack Kennedy Memoir The association supplier 1

lat Trophy as the outstanding refs for games played all over 1:
sportsman of the tourney. The the world.

trophy is presented in honor of ., Baltimore bonus baby" Billy O'-

the late Capt. John Kennedy who Dell, a 22-year-olc1lt1thand.4 hwlr .
his time JAX NAVY TENNIS SQUAD Off to a wobbly start, the lax Nary tennis squad has come bark
worked tirelessly on own to notch six victories in a row t. make it Ux victories la ten starts to date. The latest triumph is new stationed at Ft. McPherson -
to foster Navy boxing. was a 5-3 verdict over Georgia Tech Now at full strength,.the crew feels optimistic in going the Ga. The name's '
One of the referees at the finals rest of the war in good fashion. Left to right am: Bill Willis; Jack Candland; Len Curtis; Ben Sobieraj the same: Wood..w11...., eta- .
_ was Max Baer f o i' mer h avj'- ; Boh Anderson; .Clint- Johnson and Leon Wilson. tioned at the Ataugl NAS Japan

weight champion of the woild. competed in the recent All-Navy 1

All-Navy champions: AE School Paces Center Coward boxing tourney held on the West
flyweight (112)) Clifton K/k- Gingrich, Coast Second baseman at

ridge, l.ittle Creek Va, Uei(stoned Take'r'fo-Bnll Ft Lee, Va., is Dick Harris, son I

Gerald Mathes, a marine from of Mucky Harris, new manager of
Camp Elliot, Cal'f. Eskridgc: was' Intramural SoftballFrank A low net of,31 gave Louis the Detroit Tigers Seme 300
All-Navy and Inter-servke flyweight Gingrich and C. B. Coward the Kentucky bowmen are slated to

champion 'in 1054.Bantameight Fosbenner's Aviation Eledrician's Mates from Class A first flight championship in the participate in the state-wide archery
((119))-Glen Ivej School are the only undefeated' outfit in the NATTCenter intramural All-Station two-lall.. golf tournament tournament A Ft. Campbell

% San Diego NTC Calif, tleci- I softball league with four straight'ictorit>s. held Sunday.Oorg Ky, May 2122.

stoned Edward \Vhitaker of the Last week the Sparkles, defending ,-.-- "! and PruciUa Ayer! Armed Force softball umpire
aircraft carrier Lake Champlain. victory over the Louies. teamed to take second place In Interested 1m Joining the International -
: champions went all out to .
Featherweight (123)-Kail Mat I lake three They defeated Other scores last week: the fllht1th a low net of 32 Federation! of Amateur

thews of the attack transport Ren- I NAWS School games., 11.8; AK School, ANP( ) P, AOA( ) 3; AKA) P, and Mary and Bill Barrow "were Softball Association Umpire can

.vile ,decisioned Bob Nichols, destroyer I 10-3; and nosed out First Lt., Special AEB( ) 8; AOB) 8, AKB( ) 2, one par over them to place 3id write to Hank Wolfe, Virginia I I
Charles P. Cecil. Service, 65. ANP( ) 8, NAWS 7; AOB) 12, In the second flight division Commissioner! 118 Seneca Road,
Lightweight (182))-Eugene To- AKA) 7; ANP( ) 7, AEB) 5; of the tournament, Mat Hoff Richmond 28, VA, for info. '. .
Agaliut! TAWS School, la'tyear's
ran, aircraft carrier Saipan, wona AOA( ) 12, NAWS J P. combined efforts with a adys Seaman Everett Morrison of the
split decision over Manuel An- runnert-up they scored 1SATTC SOFTBALL Cooper to win. Charlotte and Bainbridge NTC, Md, sang the -
eight in the tint liming on
runs
than do, San Diego NAS Calif., "'.. 1..4 Bill Bassett were runner-upa in National Anthem at the New
UghtVeltonirilht (139) timely blnj>lf'II by Paul Panrarfl- .Ut: ) Fthe.1 4. second flight competition with York Yankee-Washington Senator
A N(I') St-b.' .! S JAUU
la, Tommy Pkkett and a single -
Frank Medley destroyer D H ) Sth..1 t 1 Thelma May and Lt. Black- opener in New York. Did an excellent -

Fox, declsioned Abe Haynes, San with the ;base loaded by AOn. St1loo1 l St..1. r'IAKU. r mond right behind in third po Job, too Harry Agganlfl ,
Fombenner. "HUk") Flltko 11
Diego NAS.Melterwelght. NAWM Mth..1 1 t sition. Boston Red Sox first baseman
the MiftBieV attack a* they AFnRrheol:\ S SId
((147))- Lawrence U-M4 1 SAN is the only member of the
: --
--
--- -
chopped away at the big lead. .
Barrett destroyer Coates, decl teAm born in Ma 8athiisett0.Chief .
cloned Henry Brown Alameda A big fifth inning that nettedsix School To Try Tennis Crew official for the All-Marine'
helped the Sparkles down
NAS, Calif. runs boxing championships at the Miami -

Ught Middleweight. ((156)-Uu-) the Storekeepers while Bob Inler-Co. Action MCAS, Fla., was Billy Regan,
dolph Sawyer destroyer Stephen Smith's two bingles figured In the noted ring mentor at the University -

Potter, knocked out Frank Anderson Organization of an Inter-com Cops Six of Miami Robin Roberts

Alameda NAS, at 2:30: of the Center Nine pany athletic schedule on a two- ace righthander for the Philadelphia )-
... Phillies, was switched
first round.
week trial basis was announced c
Middleweight ((163))-Robert Ep from first base to the mound while .
In Home this week by Airman Preparatory In A Row
for Coach John Kob
person, NorolkNAS, Va, deci- playing at
I School at the Naval Air Technical -
tioned Woodrow Wilson, Atsugi Michigan State The Twentieth -
NAS, Japan. I Debut Sunday Training Center. Jacksonville Navy's come-back AF team train Okinawa cap- ,
Light Heavyweight ((178)-) The program begins at 1515 tennlsmen avenged another early tured the FEAF volleyball title
Charles Butler destroyer tender Coach Chuck Dawson's NATT- next Tuesday and at the sane I. season defeat with a stirring 5.3 The only Armed Forces golfer

Sierra, scored a second round TKO Center baseball team, sitting atop hour the following Tuesday during defeat of Georgia Tech Tuesday invited tq play in the recent Augusta

over Antoine Bcrgeaux, San Diego the Jacksonville City League will regularly scheduled eighth and in Atlanta. Masters was Lt. Joe Con

NTC to win his fourth consecutive make its debut before home fans ninth periods of the school. I The Fliers have won six in a I rad of Gary AFB, Tex He finished
at the Naval Air Station 21;Tt with 72 hole total of
All-Navy title.lfeavywelghtRoy Sunday PUSHBALL softball, water polo i row, having downed Charleston a -
Louson, de- Mason Field at 1430 when it plays and soccer are the four sports Navy 8-0, on the home court, last 297 1st Lt. Betty Mullen of
I
stroyer tender Sierra, won a unanimous the Hardage & Sons nine. scheduled under the organized ,Saturday. I the Walter Reed Army Medical

decision over Ken Bryant, Tuesday night the Center nine training schedule. Points made by I Against Tech Navy's Ben So. .Center In Washington, D. C, won

San Diego Sonar School. (ALPS). won its second straight game each company in the athletic competition bieraj Leon Wilson Jack Cand- i the 100-yard butterfly event in
with a 12.5 victory over Post : will be awarded towards land and Bob Anderson chalkedup the NAAU women's indoor swim

Nine Generals at Woodstock with the weekly Honor Company selec wins in singles matches, while I ming and diving championships at .

extra base wallops by John If ock- the crack team of SobieraJ and Daytona Beach, Fla. Aren't

enberry, George Boyko, Mel Williams tion.The purpose of the plan Is to Wilson added another :Flier vic- you glade baseball's here Again!

SCUTTLEBUTT'r ) and Art Dornath figuring in give the trainees attached to the tory in doubles. The finale of The fun the excitement the

the victory. school an opportunity to partici- three scheduled doubles matcheswas thrills and, oh yes the argue

After trailing the Generals by pate in a comprehensive athletic cancelled by mutual agree ments. .
one run until the sixth inning program and maintain a high de- ment.
The woman who henpecks her
Hockenberry rapped out a two. of physical fitness. '
gree Fliers-Tech Summaries: husband is likely to find him listening -
run homer that broke the backsof Tuesday's schedule: Singles-SobieraJ (N) defeated to some other chicken.

the losers. Company 18 vs. Company 11, Tierney (T), 7-5 6-1; WilsonN
The Maroon and Gold to sers 3,6 6-0 Van Lear (T) over
1 pushball; Company 17 vs. Com ( ) defeated Helsel T), 6-4. 6.2; I 6-2 ;
from NATTCenter won their pany 12, softball; Company 16 Candland (N) downed Bortell Curtis (N) 6-2, 6-8 7.5.DoublesSobieraj'Wilson. _

opening game of the season last vs. Company 12, water polo; and (T) 6.J. 3-8 8-6; Jones (T) over (N)

week. Pitcher Frank Jankunis Company 15 vs. Company 14, soc Johnson (N) '7-5 6-0; Bob An- defeated Tierney-Jones (T), 6-2,

whiffed 20 batters defeating the cer. derson (N) over Arrington (T), 64.
Trumps 7.1, on the Woodstock -


Marine"Is this a personal Inter-Co.call?" the opening Diamond.Jankunis'Trumps'tussle performance hitters kept mowing and he in down the set I[ Three Move Into Golf Play Semi-Finals: J J



them back with only two hits tourney with a 1-up victory over In second flight play Chiel
Smoker TonightAn Three linksmen have ad-
fluke single.In
one a Studz defeated Lt. Blackmon, 2
one-time champion Joe McDonald;
second third and fourth vanced to the semi-finals] in
the
Inter-company Marine, 1 Jankunis retired the side the annual aU station golf] Lou Chaff defeated George Hy- and 1 and Chief Gushanas downedSid
boxing smoker will be held this innings tourna- ers one-up. The other semifinalIst Lanier 2 and 1. Gushana
each.
in championship
strikeouts
evening at King Hall beginningat with three favorite falling l will be decided on the outcomeof meets Studz for the second flight
abetted by the big bats'of ment, with one -
2000 with Companies 12 and Ably the Lou Brozo-Walt Strader bunting.
Culbreth who got three by the wayside in an up-
15 exchanging punches 1a the Johnny match. Lt Jonetta bested Comdr. Has
Mel Williams, with two; anda
nine-bout program. hits; Jim Youngblood Jan- set.Frank Meyer Chuck Summitt, The winner of the Brol.O-. tr.- treiter 4 and 3 in third flight play.

6/Sgt. Paul Handshoe I is handling triple by in any danger. and Lou Chaff climbed to the select der duel take OB Meyer while Ted Blitch defeated Ed Connell 2

Company 12 and S/Sgt. kunis Sunday was against never Hardage Coach circle during the past week. Summitt clashes with Chaff la and 1 in another third flight

Jack Sawyer, Company 16. Dawson will start either Dave Meyer advanced with a, :5 and 3 the semi-final.. The e>-entyal match. .

Referee will be Chief Cliff (Moon) Mullins or Bill Richardson win over Harry Webb; Chuck winner reigns IM king of golfer No first flight matches wore re

Dauphania. the mound. surn itt ,scored: the upset, of, ',the at the !Station for 1005.) < ported.jL .

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', W / !<>(! ; ,: '0 Charity

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(Continued from Pale 1))
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FOR RENT ':::: 'h
:" '''' :'': Bases Sixth Naval District, with
?
: ?
2 rm. turn apt, 2037:; Ernest St., ,
103. percent.
EL :55379. t' >.'

i .. }o'urn. efficiency cot., 67.50, Mur : BREAKDOWN of departmentsand
ray Hill, EV 8-9272. Ji units within other commandswas
:
1 bdrm. furs apt., 2660 Forbes, not available at press time.
The gigantic drive which
EV 7-S607, Snow. has

2 rm. furn. apt., $40, 2615 Green. replaced the annual Charity Carnival -
.
EV 72694. w'u l has as its theme "Give

Efficiency apt, $11, 1511 Barre, 7z It Where You Work, with every
.EV 8-2407. individual, military and civilian,

1 bdrm. furn. apt, Ortega, EV asked to participate in the cam
9-1695. / paign.

1 bdrm. unfurn. apt., 2902 Cherokee t The individual donation, whichis

Ave., Ortega, EV A-5326.: set in recommended levels depending -

3 rm. gar. apt., 2630 Myra St., on pay grade status, may
Cowart; be paid in full at once, or may

6 rim furn apt., 2606 Myra, St., i I } -f: be pledged over a period of- six;
Iy
Cowart.. pay days during the drive.
.
Rm.. and kltch.. ,. Avondale, ., EV 8- N" i v, In conjunction with this big
"9223. spirited' drive, a new 1955 Ford

Small'rar. apt, Murray. Hill, 4515 sedan will be given away to some .

: College, EV 931176. .. l lucky contributor! No chances are
3 bdrm. furn. apt, 1279 Bellve- ""' -- --- --- sold on the car. A donation to the

dere Ave., EV 7-2571 or. EV'9- _FAMILY AFFAIR-"It's ,all"in the family" at the Naval Air 'Weapons School at NATTCenter drive automatically makes one .
7455 after 5':30'P.M.: ; Mith two'sets of brothers and-a pair of twin,sisters among school personnel. Left to right are: eligible; to win the car. No one
: Lawrence and Harold Varne, ATCAs; Cliff and Charles' Blevins, SNs, and Pat and Gerry Gorsky: ,' will have than due chanceto
2 bdrm. furn. apt., $65, 656 May-- SNs.. The Varnes brothers are Instructors and the others support personnel. more
st., EL 55003. claim the car, unless he or
5 rm. turn.' apt..; '1719 East Beaver.,' Largest AV-Fuel;: Agency In Navy she makes separate donations at
the recommended levels
EL -782'.
Furn. gar. apt, $55, 2732. %"Lydia, Sailors 'Not ImmuneTo The consolidated drive' is a "one.
EV 95705. FastGrowingue Depot Seasickness package deal", with no other

6 rm. funhouse, rent or hare, ,' campaign, solicitation or drive to
EV 7-5141 '(wk. dys.) EV 7-1210 Survey Reveals be conducted during 1955. How

(wk. ends). Marks Fourth ever, cannisters: for causes outside
2 bdrm. unfuin. apt., $65, 3107 BirthdayFour The time-honored belief that the 45 agencies embraced by the

Post St., EL 3-7523 (office) EV sailors are immune to seasickness Duval County Community Chest-
75118. years old and still growing. has been refuted byof United Fund, may be placed' for

2 bdrm. furn. home, $95, 3934: Mc- That's the Navy Fuel Depot at Trout River which cele- all things the Navy's versionof voluntary contributions.
'Girts Blvd., EV 98538. brated its fourth birthday Tuesday with n specially arranged a Gallup Poll. .

2 bdrm. unfurn. apt., 4647 Merri- pr 2Tam. ._ A recent survey of a des- GCA
The occasion marked troyer escort squadron disclosed
mac, EV 9-9971. was by Naval District activities and vessels -
5 rm. gar furn. apt., 2919 Doric short address by Capt. Norman of the Atlantic Fleet, for the that 22.5 percent of the EM, (Continued from Page 1))

Ave, Ortega, EV D. 22.. Jelfrich, Supply Officer of NAS Fuel Depot. In addition, regular most of whom were fresh out occasion included Alton Eakin .

2 rm. furn. gar. apt., 3602 Oak Jax and Lcdr. L. A. Vickers, issues of petroleum products in of boot camp, suffered when ACt; Toiben Qiundtvlg, AC1;

St., Avondale, EV 9-5354. officcr-in-charge of the Depot. the area between Savannah, Ga. the ship began to pitch or roll Melvin Christensen, ET1, and

Small furn. apt, 4633 Wheeler, EV Captain Ilelfrich presented beneficial and Key West, Fla., have been Another 38.7 percent admitted Robert Mullins, AC3

94275. suggestion awards to Depot made available to the Army, Air -they became woozyon Other members of the GCA

Furn. apt., 5604 Post, Bray. employees. Safety awards were Force, Coast Guard, Coast and occasion, while the rest unit are Lt. (Jg) Edward Thomas -

4 rm. fuin. gar. apt, $55, 4510: also presented. Geodetic Survey Services, and said they never suffered maintenance officer; Rich-
Irvington Ave., EV 8-6768. TilE PAST YEAR has been one even foreign units such as the from the seagoing malady: ard Beaver, ACC; Mike Carver,

:3 1 bdrm. furn. home, 5211 Pennant of continued progress, expansionand Canadian Navy. Lt. John M. R. Bruner, of ACC; Robert Cooper, ACC; Joseph -

EV 7-2108 after 1800. increased service to the Sixth Over 2,000,000 barrels of the the Medical Corps, reported, Amato, AC1; Sherwood

((6:00: P.M.). various fuels have been issued however, that seasickness was Coker, AC1; Louie Morris, AC1;

:3 rm. furn. apt., 4620 Birkenhead_ by NFD Jax in the past 12 not chronic among most of the Roscoe"'OJum, ACt; James Wel-

, Lakeshore. months, and such unusual per- men and that they usually recovered ler, AC1; Tommy Platt, AC2;

Will share home with epic., $45, formances as issue of over 110,000 after a few days at Carey Smith, ET2; Billy Wat-

3672 Boone Park Ave., EV 9- barrels of jet fuel in a single sea.The kins, ET2 and Theodore Paolot-
also revealed that
7398. poll tie, ACS.
month, and issue of 35,000 barrelsof
4 rms. find bath, $62,50, 2859 Her' fuel oil to a single ship, have among those who were seasick .
i schel. '(I/ Arm.d Forces 'r... ServIce) been recorded. 60 percent took prescribed re- I
Regular shipmentsfor
Taciturn HazardContinued
t FOR SALE actor Jimmy Stewart, of activitiesin medics. Only 30 percent of

', :3 bdrm. CB home, $100 (down), an Army Air Force colonel in Cuba support and Puerto overseas Rico were those occasionally affected ( from Pate 1))
\ WWII, haa signed to portray Brig with "mal de mer" took medication -
6041 Andrews St., EV 8-0547, handled and the Depot continuedits total.
1 Gen. Charles
Lindbergh, USAFR,
Calhoun. however.The Care of Lepers1.
of the
in "The Spirit of St. Louis." record being largest
r House Trail. 28 ft., 110th St. & issuing agency for aviation fuelsin poll showed that the Demolition of explosives 2,"
West Con Blvd., aft 4:00: P.M. Anita F'kborg, the best dish exported best treatments for the ailment

:3 bdrm. CB home, $1,750 equity, by Sweden since smorgasbord the Nervy.AMONG were individual attention and 826.Submarine escape tank 52.

5140 Janice Cir., Lakeshore, EV is studying diligently In or- THE noteworthy items sympathy and optimism dis- Diving training 146.
der td lose her receiving mention during the
accent. 'the former
8-3201, McClosky.. pensed by corpsmen and doc Low-pressure observer 418.
was the unusual num-
House trail. 33 ft. 158 Azala Miss Swe- ceremony Best of all of
Courtor tors. course, Accleration and deceleration -
.see >Jnscoe( Bldg. 422. den of 1952 is ber of beneficial suggestionswhich is shore duty. AFPS) 44.
have been summitted by
4 bdrm. home $2,500' ( ), ext. 312, currently in Helium-oxygen diving 303.
NFD personnel. Out of 52 such
103rd St., West Con & Cecil, "Blood Alley" Diving duty 2388.
\ suggestions 21 have been adopted. -
Pathan. for WarnerBros. Demonstration In Salvage duty no estimate.

:3 bdrm. CB home, G.I. equity, YS .
eo+ A recent inspection by the In-
Williams
5146 Pennant Court, Venetia,
Williams; avail June 15. AFB, Chandler, spector General of the Bureau of Electronics Set Knglc Honor Student

3 bdrm. CB home, equity, 5723 Ariz., has been Supplies and Accounts awardeda : At AE School
chosen the rating ,of "outstanding" to the UnitA
Blackhorn as By Touring
Rd., EV 8-0840 Frank Engle, AEAN, was the
I location site I Fuel Depot, which is considereda
) honor student in last week's grad-
) for "Flight, model activity for its size and demonstration featuring the
dais from Aviation
uating Electrician's -
HOT AIR Columbia's new mission. latest electronic instruments will
Mate School Class A at
1 Anita Ekbtrg rum about test ,Completion of a modern main- be presented in a 23-foot trailer
NATTCenter. He joined
, pilots Ed Sullivan, whose tenance building and equipmentshed parked next to the new electronics the.Navy
in 1954 and after boot
May
,
TV variety show has been scornedby has made exceptional shop building on Ranger Street camp
and Airman School here
came
many critics but not audiences, facilities available to the 'Depot between 0800 and 1200' Monday,
six months
! finally made it. In September personnel. A modern petroleum May 2.The ago.

\ "Toast of the Town" will be called testing laboratory ,has also been demonstration is offered machines; oscillosynchroscopes;

"The Ed Sullivan Show." In- completed and is now in regular by. W. A. Brown ahd Associates, VHF-UIIF noise source, and many
curable male movie fans will get operation under the direct super- engineering consultants, who have other pieces of electronics equip-

.. an eyeful when they' view sleek vision of a petroleum! inspector. scheduled the trailer on a tour ment.

blonde starlet Juyne Mansfield in of the entire southeastern area. Participating by representationIn

her first flicker, "Hangover.! lX e A MOT ETIi1iD The equipment used includes the the demonstration are the Atomic -
A tender ballad, "When You ; ; A--FE EiIARS most recent models obtained from Instrument Co.; Boesch Man-

Coming Home" Joe," has been T UP.ISTAR.US.NEON I v. TeE IR .BQSJ the New York show held in March ufacturing Co.; Browing Labora-

penned by Virginia Harudon, whose 10 I .IB I A 06IA by the Institute of Radio Engin- tories, Inc.; Brush Electronics Co.;
husband is with the 2200th Test R E NA TED I AT Calidyne Co.; Electromec, Inc.; G.
Sq. at Mitchel AFB, N. Y. aaaa ana.ntaaaaaa eers.The trailer has been describedas M. Giannini and Co., Inc.; Inet;
8 6.ISTlfRNI
Lie .IM IE I S a mobile instrument shack. It Division Leach Relay Co.;. Instrument -
MDB Payments Due an 0a' Sana.aa adapted plugs and 200 feet of Components, Inc.; Keithley
JP: Mutual Death ,Benefit Society LIE A. OPERA RI o is equipped with all types of Instruments; the Narda Corporation -

members are reminded that as- S eiA| TsIeiNlATftii. IA NODES power cord. Among the demon- ; New London Instrument Co.;
"Doth of us can't H dive- sessment No. 46 is due for payment PAL f.fSlMeE strations will be industrial elec- Ruge-deForest, Inc.; and Teletro-

t bombing!" by May 6. (Answer to Puzzle Page 3)) tronic counters; toroidal winding nics Laboratories, Inc.0 .'


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