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Creation Date: May 5, 1955
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Navy Requests Over $13 Million For Jax Area Projects


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The Navy this week requested val Station, Green Cove Springs; ed and facilities for which they $137,000; Family housing $1,192- 000; lengthen runways $1,037

$13,281,400 from Congressfor $46,000 for Naval Hospital, Jack- are sought are as follows: ood.

construction and improvements -I sonville, and $15,200 for Navy Cecil Field ($9,099,200) Air- 000.NAS JAX ($2,224,000)) Com- NALF Mayport ($738,000)-lSe- -
Fuel. Depot, Trout River. field pavement $1,926,000; Supply curity fence $149,000; Communication -
of Naval facilities in munications Facilities $419,000
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OF THE TOTAL "*new funds, warehouse $517,000; Hangar $1- facilities $249,000; Aircraft.
the Jacksonville area. requested, $11,582,200 had never 168,009; Utilities $862,000; Fueling Fleet Logistics Air Wing termInal carrier mooring $340,000.

A total of $9,099,200 of the requested been previously: authorized. Of Stations $577,000; Recreation $102,000; Photographic labor- Naval Hospital ($46,000)-

fund is asked for work: at the amount requested for all Facilities $428,000; Dore Sight atory $236,000; Connecting taxi- Bulkhead along river bank.

NAS Cecil Field; $2,224,000 for Armed Services in Florida, the Range $150,000; Ordnance Facili- way $344,000; Warm-up apron
Navy Fuel Depot ($15,200)) -
NAS Jacksonville; $1,087,000 for Jax area amount was approxi- ties $557,000; Security Facilities $201,000; Miscellaneous items,

outlying Whitehouse Field; $738- mately one-third of the total for $53,000; Bachelor Officers Quar- $92 ,000. Family housing

000 for Naval Auxiliary Landing Florida ($36,813,000)). ters $1,162,000; Ordnance Facili- Outlying Whitehouse Field ($1- NS Green Cove ($72,000) -

Field, Mayport; $72,000 for Na- Breakdown for funds request- ties $270,000; Parachute building 087,000-Miscellaneous items $50- Power distribution on piers.






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VOL-13 No. 6 UNITED. STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 5 May 1955
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Home of Commander Naval Air Bases. Sixth Naval District; ; Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville; Fleet Air Win/ 11; Naval Air Technical Training Center



Canadian ;Charity Drive




Navy Men : j ,Hits 84.9%


Train HereA ,

Of GoalWith
group of six chief petty

officers, and one officer, of the ,-
the Navy Consolidated -
Royal Canadian Navy have Charity' Drive now in

arrived aboard the Naval Air -, its fifth week, military and

Station for four weeks train- civilian personnel have pled-

ing with the Naval Air Mobile ged 81.9 percent of the goalof

Training Detachment.The $100,000.
Among the seven com
Canadian Navy men, with
mands participating the .
Lcdr. Edward Smith in
charge,
big annual drive, NAItTU
hail from the Naval Air Mainte--
Jax seems to have a stran-
nance School aboard Her Majes
S glehold on first place witha
ty's Canadian Ship Shearwater at K 1-
kv.a lofty 110.2 }percent i in
Royal Canadian Naval Air Sta- .
iL pledges. Other commands

tion Dartmouth, Halifax, Nova _"""'! ;.,........,,. .';,,.,\""',....,..._s ------.----.--. and their percentages in-

Scotia. CANADIAN NAVY MEN HERE Learning part of the know-how of a jet engine are the three clude: Fleet Air Jacksonville
According: to Lt. (Or) Jerald members of the Royal Canadian Navy on the right. Six members of the Canadian Navy are 89 percent; Naval Air
Stone, officer-ln-charge of the here at NAS Jax for a four weeks training cruise with the Naval Air Mobile Training: Detachment Technical Training Center,
Mobile Trainer, the Canadians Left to right are Thomas Williams, ADC, an instructor at the Mobile Trainer; Lcdr. Edward: Smith, 89 percent Naval Air Station
will receive a total of 160 officer-ln-charge of the Canada group; chief petty officer Murray Ilronson and chief petty officer ;
88.8 Naval Hospital
Arthur Gasper. ; ,
hours of Instruction on the operation 83 percent; Fleet Air 'Ving-

physical make-up and Many May Have To Refund Eleven, G3.1 percent and

maintenance of the Banshee jet To Halt Vaccine NAS Cecil Field, 49.7.

trainer. Upon their return to NAS CECIL FIELD made
Nova Scotia, the Canadians will Sales Al NAB
Await Decision OnReUp the biggest jump in rating
their fellow
Instruct Navy men
on the know-how of this par- Applications for purchase of since the last figures were
published, adding 7.2 points\
ticular Salk vaccine for dependents at
type plane.
to its overall standing. Fleet
The U. S. Navy recently soldan the Naval Air Station will be Air Wing Eleven and Naval .

F2II-3 mobile trainer to the Bonus Rule discontinued after Friday, May Hospital also showed a nice

Canadian Navy and that traineris 6, due to a "surprisingly low increase of 7 and 6 percent
now at Marine Corps Naval Air All
respectively. figures
number of and areas
applicants"
Station, Cherry Point, N. C., be- Thousands of servicemen who re-enlisted under the new of April 27.
ing readied for shipment to Nova bonus law to ascertain the quantity requIred -
may have to pay back as much as one-third of Every individual within
Scotia, where it will be used for their bonus if ruling of the United States Comptroller Gen- at this activity, accord- the Jax Navy complex i is

instructional purposes.It eral stands. ing to announcement made being asked to participatein

is believed that this It the Reversing an earlier interpretation this week. this gigantic one-package
for services
first time such instructions have of the bonus law by the were paid past they charity deal. It is the only
should not be counted in determining -
More data on the Salk
been given Canadian Navy men Defense Department's Military vac- charity drive held this year,
at Naval Air Mobile Training Pay and Allowance Committee, a man's bonus under the cine is given in the questions- with proceeds going to the
law. Some servicemen
new re-en-
Detachment. comptroller has ruled that answer story on page 3 of this CommunityChest- United
listing for the first time after
The instructors' crew of six en- re-enlistment allowances'pal 1 d issue. Fund and the local chapterof
October 1949 received retro-
a
listed men are under charge of since October 1949 shall be con- the Navy Relief Society
active allowance in lieu of a bo-
AMC sidered in computing Individ- INDIVIDUAL DONATIONS ) -
C. D. Carpenter, leading an
after
nus re-enlisting again July
;
WEATHER OUTLOOKThe which set at
chief. ual's reenlistment bonus. Pre- are
viously the allowance was not 1954, they were apparently over- weather man sees no rain recommended levels depend.
counted. paid by as much as one-third of for the weekend at least he's ing on pay grade status,
their total bonus.
USS BenningtonOperating THE DEPARTMENT of Defense not promising any. Here's the may be pledged over a period

has asked for reconsideration THE COMPTROLLER'S deci- weekend forecast: of six pay days during-

InJacksonville of the ruling in hopes that sion indicates that they should Friday Partly cloudy, clear. the drive, or may be paidin
have been paid a bonus for a sec- .
the servicemen will not be forced Saturday.Same. full anytime during the
Area to return the money. The Navy (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 4) Sunday Same. drive.

and Air Force have instructedall

Following ten day opera- commands not to make adjustments fl
tions in this area, the carrier or collections until further I Men Give Up Liberty To Fight Fire | .

USS Bennington is due to notice. The Army expectsto .
leave-some time next week fora send out a similar directive. Liberty to a Navy man some- U. S. Forestry Service at Lake eges, to board a bus for the

training cruise in the Cuba The Career Compensation Act times is a precious thingbuthe City, Fla., by the station's of- scene of the fire. The men

area. on Oct. 1, 1949, set forth two ways will give it up to help his fleer-of-the-day, for help to fought the fire from 1300 toapproxima"tely

The Bennington, which arrivedat in which an individual could be fellow man. fight a fire in Osceola National 2100 that night,
Mayport carrier basin Mon paid for re-enlistment: he could This has been proven time Forest, in the area of Olustee. and spent the rest of the time

day, will load Air Task Group receive $90, $160, or $360 for a and again, with the latest res The word was put out aboard patrolirig fire lines watching

201, home-based at NAS Cecil three, four, or six year enlistment, cue-call entry placed into the the station and in no time at for outbreaks of new fires, until

Field, for its southward journey. or a retroactive allowance of $50 books last Sunday when 43 all personnel from all units relieved by a group of students -

Tills is the first visit of the for each year of previous service volunteers from the station responded. from Florida State Uni "'.

carrier to Jacksonville in over with a maximum of $300.A helped fight a fire raging in Vo When the count was made, versity.

a year. She was last in the ruling passed July 16, 1954, lusia County. 48 enlisted men had given up The Navy men proved to b*

Mayport basin April 27, 1951. said that since !such allowances A call was received from the their weekend liberty privil real fire fighter, too!





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VW-4. VP-1K vp-* V35VF'3J Report Forrcstal -
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Duly


J K nt--uf5 Scouting Squadrons EM Probable Re-enlisting For



Publlahrd every Thursday lor Navy' and Marine acihlllei at Na1I1'Ir
Fla. VW-J I Thomas L. Greaney; Norman I. In manning the USS Torres,

...u... '........NAS-..... -!-htb.\lIIe n,,,,,.,. ,, ,.., ..?Commanding| Officer A group of "Hurricane-lrunter" Goodner, AD; Eugene Brown, tal.} to be commissioned m
g dloJ'o'h'NhA u ':'' "IUUlficer Hood AN and 1955, the Secretary
pilots have returned from the AD3; Charles C. ; of Navy
Fleet Air ".('11.,11I. advises that
Rear Adm. John Terry _. ..,...,_...fommander Lockheed Aircraft Plant, where John C. Ingram, AN. priority conMdcr.
Capt. Richard U. Uieene ..... .. .. ......__- ,........ _..........Chief of ttaftFI..d life from ation will be given to
they pursued a ground training Returning to civilian personnel
Air Wtag Elate. I.
Capt. Edwin J. S. Young ._. ,..._.,.... ..............-........__..Commandoi course concerned with the new VW-4 are Curtis Nelson, AD3, re-enlisting for dutv In the
Comdr. Frank D. Hejfr' _..., _.._..Chief: Staff Olttcer I. U. S. Atlantic Fleet With. .
.
VW-3 Super Constellation. and Jerry Green, AK3.VW4's For
Natal Air Techilcal Training (luluS restal as first choice.
Henry.C. Delon ._. Commanding Officer the three-week period softballers have broken
: fllhOP Completing
Oincer
Ed*aid W. ---- Executhe Assignment to
Naval lfe.pUal) of instruction at Burbank, their losing streak and have start the largest

Capt. Edward C Kenney .....................__.......Commanding OfnctrtsAUTU West- hands Man-of-War" in the world
R. W. All are is
Capt.. A. Newton __-,.... .. -_-....... ... ........-.JolfcuttOttteClr Calif, were Lcdr. ed on the upgrade. highly probable for
over, Lcdr. R. T. Pittman, Lt. confident that this new rally will men reenlisting
Capt. Wilson R. Bartlett' ..,....,.. .... .. Commanding Ollleti and Lt. (jg) of the in the near future,
Farrell with the closing
Comdr. Laurence K. StcfftnhagenThe -. ,..Executhe Officer (jg) J. R. end only I providing their
E. .;J. Fette. There will be several !season. rates are m.
JAX AIR NEWS U published weekly at the U. S.. Naval AIr Station members of VW-4 returning eluded in the ship's allowances,
other
Jacksonville, rioilda, and punted commercially with non-approprlated fundsat to
according
no expense to the government and in compliance I with 1 t NAVKXOS P-.13. Her. } ; from Burbank this week, VP-16 a current notice,
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed flee of charge at the Naval Air Station. theNaval All interested Jax
Air Technical Training Center, Naval Air Rescue Training! Unit, and the upon completion of various train. personnel
its
U. S. Naval Hospital. The Squadron extends deep with enlistments expiring in

Editor-Andrew' H. Planey ing courses. est sympathy (to E. H. Stuart, the near future should
Aia't F.dltor-Beda Moore; Staff Repoiler.-Jack Holmes, Pill; Nancy Graduates of Power Plants both his report
Ward, SN. I ALC, vho lost mother to Military Personnel Division
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Rmlce.AFPS School returning to Jax includeW. : and father last week. Enlisted Records Section
mates al appeasing In this publication may not he I'"pllntf'dllholt J. Wad worth, ADC; J. H. Room
the written permission. forces TICKS Sen Ire, Republication of other Welcome back aboard to D. K.' 141, Administration Building,
matter, except by net\"yeA publications, Is prohibited without permission, of Gilliam, ADC; W. H. Hunt, AD1;
Editor JAX AIR NKWS. Stuck, ATI, after a month's TADto
Editorial offices located Main Administration\ Building. Phone extension D. II. Benton, AD2. Returning F
1348.. 216 and 8164.ATLANTANS. from Air-Conditioning school. the hospital following majorsurgeiy. ly completed competitive exercises

are M. W. Whitaker, AEC, andJ. in rocket firing. The cxer.

A. Barry, AE3.Two"'HiirricaneHunters". I Welcome aboard to Lt. (jg) cises were held on April i 26.27

J were Harry Boggs who reported fromhis with all crews paiticipating( .

presented wtih their membership NAS Hutchinson, also MelvjoM. Squadron personnel were well\\

Reel, PR3, and Max E. How pleased with the results.
certificates in the "Century Club"on
television last Thursday. En ard, AT2:!, who have joined the Preparations are current i I" being .

CATHOLICSunday ranks of the eagles. made for a temporary .
elf piovment
.
sign J. H. Morris and B. D. Mitchell
Mass-0800, 0900, 1000- to Puerto Rico, to take
When the squadron sent three part
} PH3 the
were telling storyof
.. St.: Edward's Chapel.
:' Navy hurricane reconnaissance crews to Norfolk for electronics in a fleet wide exercise Mamte-

w Saturday-0800. on our "Our Navy Show" training last week it necessitated nance personnel are u of king

Daily-0630. over WGN-TV Chicago, and received the absence of five of the regular hard to keep the planes ni A-l i
v Sunday-0630-Mass at Hospital
condition for this
their certificates during ballplayers and VP-16 was defeated commitment
Chapel the live telecast. | by NAS Operations. Ensigns C. D. LaM<-t', R W.

MQRMO.N1030MondayNATTC Wisdom, D. E. Hunter T W
With the hurricane be
I I Chap- season
a Speelman, A. W. Crandall W.
lain's Office.CHRISTIAN. ginning next month, new personnel VP-5
Wisuri, and J. W. Brown, are all
SCIENCE1900TuesdayMainside additions include Lt. (jg) VP-5 sharpshooters( successful
shopping for new J. G bar and

Chapel shoulder boards.Congratulations.
Office on .
ramp.PROTESTANT in
are order

for Ensign Fred Hom-jcm who

ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL was married last- week in Pt ia.

Sunday, May S delphia.
0800 .
Communion
Episcopal ,
Chaplain Nickelson. VA-35

-I 0930-Sunday School for ages John B. Childers was pionoitdto

HONORED 4 through Jr. High Bldg. 804. the rank of Lieutenant Commander
Two Atlantans, both from Operations *
Division at NATTCenter I 0930-Protestant Service of on Wednesday, April;) 20.

were cited at MeritoriousMast Worship (Informal). 1955. A brief ceremony was held

by Capt. Henry C. Delong, 1100- Protestant Service of in the squadron's ready room to

commanding officer of the Formal honor
Worship ( ) tij the occasion during whuh
Training Center. Capt. Delong \
Is pinning the medal on Eugene 1500- United Fellowship of time Mrs. Childers "offi.Mliv":

Bolsius AT2, while Itayard Protestants meets at Bldg. 804 I g t pinned on the much coveted gold

Call, AT3, stands by. for wiener roast and vespers at "S leaves.

north jetties, transportation furnished "Big John" reported award

United Fellowship July 12, 1953, after serving ai

Tuesday, May 10 gunnery instructor at the Training

Meets Sunday 1900-L u t h c ran Instruction i ice' i 1 Command, Pensacola. During

Class, All-Saints' Chapel, Chap. his tour with VA-35, Lcdr Chil-
. .
The United Fellowship of Protcstants
lain P. F. W. Picper. "td ders has made a 10' month
meets Sunday :
eve-
every 1900 Episcopal InstructionClass World Cruise aboard the air
ning at 1900 in Building 804. Aft f t
v
NATTC Chaplain's Office I craft carrier Tarawa and is

er an inspiring devotional serv- Bldg. 563, Chaplain J. V. Nick- --- '--_. -_......."" .....-.... ..""""I'MF\I presently in charge of the operations
ice, recreation and refreshments I

are presented for the enjoyment elson. CWO RETIRES WITIIIIONORS department.
.
1930-Bible Study Group, Bldg.80.t Thompson *
and entertainment of those present I Invited to Inspect his honor
guard as a final courtesy after VF-31

Wednesday, May 11 Marine' Adjutant I. being retired on completion of Lcdr. Robert R. Ryan ha reported -
Currently, the fellowship has 22 years active service in the U
1930 to Squadron
Prayer Service, All Marine Corps Fighter

embarked on its a members.program of Each enlightening Saints' Chapel, Chaplain Pieper. Retires After 22 'I. Officer Paul Thompson Chief Warrant(right based at NAS, Cecil Field as! executive .

Thursday, May lZ center) passes through ranks of officer.
Sunday, for the past three weeks, 1900-All Saints' Chapel Choir Chief Warrant Officer Paul his former buddies of Marine Lcdr Ryan is a World War 11
one of the chaplains has given a Barracks, NAS Jax.
Rehearsal, open to all who enjoy Thompson, Post Adjutant of the served with the Marines Thompson here combat flier. VF-31 was the first
talk the great Protestant Reformers
on
singing. Marine Barracks at NAS Jax for as post adjutant. Accompanying Atlantic Fleet jet squadron to

A discussion was given St. Luke's Chapel (Hospital) the past two years, was retired him are Capt Phillip Pelletier qualify for an all-weather designation
embodying their implications on (left) and
from Capt. John S. Thach from
Sunday, May 8 active duty service last Fri. NAS Jax and operates both
the denomination that
particular commanding officer.
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0930-Protestant Divine Wor day with full honors. shore installations and carrier alt.
each chaplain embraces. Luther,
Wesley, and Calvin are examples ship. Chaplain W. A. Swets. The ceremony, in which his re. I in the first four battles in Korea sea.

of the men who have been (Note: Addresses of local I tirement orders were read by while attached to the First Marine t. .

presented to the group in this se churches may be obtained by Capt. John S. Thach, command. Brigade, initial unit of the Reins Of VF-13 Go

ries of interesting and educational calling the Chaplain's Office, (25). ing officer of the Naval Air Sta- First Marine Division. To Comdr. Lee

'talks.Next tion, took place in front of the ONLY 42, Thompson has no McCuddin Lee relieved
Comdr. Leo
Metals Barracks.ON .
Society Sets
Sunday the UFP will idea of devoting the rest of his Comdr. Landis Doner as

meet at 1500 in front of Building80i Meeting\ : Monday : Thompson BEING officially retired, life to leisure. He already has enrolled skipper of Fighter Squadron 13

for transportation to a wiener Al Hess was invited to inspect based at NAS Cecil Field.
for
regional technical en I the Marine Honor Guard. the summer session of
Accompanying

roast and to be held order
at
vespers gineer of the has been
Reynolds Metal Co., them in the the University of Florida Comdr. Doner
inspection starting
the North Jetties. Members of
of Camden, N. J., will be guest party ed to the Naval Air Advanced
were Major David Foos, a four-year course in
the United Fellowship of Protes phar NAS Cor
speaker at the regular monthly Jr. Training Command at
,
tants and those interested in be commanding officer of the macy. For the past year he has Comdr. :Me-
meeting Monday of the Jacksonville Barracks; Capt. Donald Sharon pus Christi, Texas.
coming members-in attended night the
becoming a courses at Jacksonville from
.Chapter American Society Marine executive Cuddin reports to VF-13
part of this Christian Fellowship For Metals. Capt. Phillip officer, and Junior College. "I hadread USS Mindora.
Pelletier.
-are cordially invited to attend. too many articles about the ,
The meeting will be held at Thempson has spent 22 years i in mistake of and 4 I retiring without an in Chief: "Rookie, tonight yow
Jacksonville Metals the
Plastic Marine
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Co. Corps
enlisting in
The first protection system on a terest-so I planned an interest, me will sing a duel?"
75 Dora St. beginning Jacksonville
at 1930. as nearest to his duet t,
modern jet Tighter "sees" a 2,000 I home town of Sanderson. with the help of the GI education Rookie: "You mean a

mph bullet as it strikes and "Why do they call you a 'y.,' awarded the Purple Heart He was bill. When I graduate, I plan Chief. A duel's where somtbVdy

mothers a fire or txptokm be girl" in the Medal to settle in Florida. It took me gets hurt."
Pelelieu
' lore it can happen. 1 best W." World War II and Operation i in 20 years to get back htre-but 1 Chief: "Son, yow never **to'
partkipated "
\ finally made it. with me before.

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x bti M '4$ .. v The shrimp boil last Saturdaywas i

4rk .4 a huge success. Heard were
"V 1'1-1 ;; words of praise. Speaking of ,

praise, a "well done" and thank
you is extended to those who

helped make this affair a success.

There have been many improvements -
in and about the

Chiefs' Club and there are many s

more on the way. The club i is
planning a sand box and swing

for the children, so that they

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OFF WITH THE WHITE HATS These 17 first class petty officers from Aviation Electrician's Mate School at NATTCentcr Since Tuesday night is amp
toss of their white hats as they smile over their promotion to chief petty officer. All selected as chief aviation electrician night of the and
I mates they are (left to right) Paul Faucher, David 110110 well, Raymond Reedy Robert Boyd, Leonard flint, Eugene: !McEIroy, John many guys gal
Vinson, Charles Coyle, William Grove, James Bonahue, Fred Karncs, Edward Warbluski, Carl Strum, James Burke, Newton Wilson, are coming for dinner. Why not
John Rinn and Howard Lawrence. plan to join them and assure
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yourselves of a seat later?

Medical Experts Reiterate New Detachment As you know, Sunday, May 8,
i is Mother's Day. The club will -

For Fasron Six feature special dinners, and it
might be a nice gesture to take
Confidence In Polio VaccineAs Twenty five enlisted men Mom out of the kitchen and into

and two officers left Jackson- the club for dinner, just to let

( another In a series of articles published currently by ville this week for Leeward her know you haven't forgotten

Got those civilian blues? Wish the Jax Air News, this review endeavors to clarify timely ques- Point, Guantanamo Bay, Cubato her. Might stay for the dance

you were back in the hectic living tions In the minds of American parents concerning the Salk establish Fleet Aircraft Ser-

of the more fortunate ones? polio inoculation program. Much of the following material has vice Squadron Six's first per also.The dance will be held on the

All of us feel the old urge to been suggested by Alton I.. Blakeslee, science jeporter for the manent detachment. patio Sunday. May 8. from 1930

pack up our troubles and leave, i Associated Press. Also included quotations from authoritiesin Fasron 6 is home-based at till 2330, with music by Blue
their respective fields). the Jacksonville Naval Air Sta Godwin.

servicewomen. With supplies of Salk polio vaccine slow In arriving and the tion. The pool has been filled and

yourself wandering down the polio season drawing near, parents are concerned about gaining as Designated Fasron; 6, Detach- went into commission May 3.

avenue in a bright purple outfit soon as possible the protection offered through the series of Injections ment One, the new unit will You will find ice cream and soft

with those yellow accessories, declared to be 80 to DO percent effective. provide service for Navy drinks for the youngsters at the
now hear this: When can my child be inocu- squadrons that deploy to that patio bar.Mantic. .

Let's add up the score just for ulated against polio? Drug firms Schccle of Public Health Service, area for training .
I meanwhile, expresses confidencethat The address of the detachment
drills and see why you are con I are not making promises of delivery -
I the manufacturers of the is Navy 115, F.P.O., New Pilots '
sidered pretty lucky, wearing the nor are they telling how
much they produce (it takes vaccine would voluntarily distrib York, New York.
Navy Blue or Marine Green. This i can
ute it fairly "without strong con Lt (jg) William N. Perry is Gel
is not a shipping-over speech. three months to make). Medical Cougar
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trols. Scheele listed the follow-
officer-in-chargc of the detach-
There is no deep calculating or authorities throughout the nationdo
lowing age groups as most sus ment.
not know what amounts vari-
pondering in this article. It's just
ceptible; 1 to 9 in most areas; 5 Training
our way of saying maybe our 4- ous areas will receive. An early o. ____ 0. _
to 9 in some areas, and 1 to 4
year hitch isn't so terribly gruesome estimate, covering the "stretch- "These rock formations," ex Fighter Squadron 13's "}'9F-8
after all. ing" of supply by arranging for in others. plained the guide, "were piled up Cougar School for Marine Corps

Look at the little things, for only two shots, hints that enough What reactions can I expect to here by the glaciers. Pilots" has graduated its first
they are what make the world go for 30 million children might be see in my child after he has "But where are the glaciers?" and last students.

round. Where else in this big available this year. been inoculated In general, no asked a curious member of the Major N. C. Wiley and Ma-
Surgeon General Leonard reactions have been attributed to party.
wide world ham-
can get a
you I jor O. E. Millenbine were assigned -
burger all the way, for 20c, plus the vaccine, says Mr. Blakeslee of "They've gone back, sir, to get temporary additional
Associated Press, in his detailed more rocks," said the guide
five hit for to listen
songs a quarter duty with VF-13 to learn thf-
publication for the layman. During ---r
to while making short workof trol other virus diseases.Is ins and outs of the newest
the famous feast. A military '4.a" the mass experimental injections -
a better vaccine possible? Cougar. Their home squadron
gee-dunk is the best economical just as many if not more i
chil- Improvements can be expected, Marine Squadron 114, will !so, fn
recorded for
restaurant we know of. reactions were according to Dr. Salk. Research I be the first Marine Corps squad.ron '.
r
dren who received shots of sterile
S 4< continues also with living but altered to receive the F9F-8.
water as for those who receivedthe
How about the movies?-If we virus. The first Navy squadron to
vaccine. The
actual interpretation -
had to pay full civilian adult Does this mean decreasing significance i fly the F9F-8, VF-13 has been
s here, was that the reac-
price every time we wanted to + 'aa in polio research? No. able to give its two first
tions were due to emotional up-
see our favorite flicker, we would How to restore past victims of and last students much valu
sets, or that the children had
probably faint from shock. Some polio to normal living, how polio able tutoring. The two Marines
ailment under
already
Lrj? some way,
theatres charge the unbelievable is: transmitted, how the virus behaves will pass-on the lessons they
which would have appeared re
price of 75c, or a dollar. a aa.r gardless. and causes damagetheseare have learned when they returnto

We could present oodles of arguments aspects that remain to be VMF-114.
-serious and gay; pro < Does the polio vaccine have a solved in the case of poliomyeli VF-13 is a member of Air .

and con, but all we hope to accomplish bad effect on other vaccinations tis. Task Group 201.
is this. In the future i which children get or ought to -
get? Experts declare that it docs "
when you feel like making x' 1 I Iv1
tracks for over the hill, or are not interfere at all, citing the
to shuck the whole military fact that children who volunteered -
tempted '
works-look around. Take for the big testing last year J fT .

time to notice your base and all -; had received the usual vaccina- : :
tion for other diseases.
it offers. .The recreation areas, .
sports programs, social and When does the vaccine beginto :,. ; :
MAD.
church gatherings, and most of I protect Let us first review thisas 4rx

all the shipmates around you. discussed in the.article of last '.<
The people who do care if you week, as upon it hinges much of !
feel sad and blue because we're CONFIDENTIAL GAL what has happened since.
Beautiful young ladies like
all part of one happy family. curvy Meg Myles never come "Protection from polio begins ;
Take time to discover and feel In grosses because they're one about two weeks after the first ., ? _
that service unity and your 4- In a million. However, in this shot, at which time antibodies .

year hitch will prove to be one with particular just one case Meggie., we're And satisfied that's begin to appear in the blood i

of your most joyous memories of not pross exaggeration. She hasa stream. (The inoculation the !
later years. Life is what you part in Warner Bros. "New antigen in the body builds up antibodies
make it and by practicing the York Confidential". or soldiers specifically

age-old proverb, "Live and do we having another one?" trained to combat a certain typeof

for your neighbors," who knows, "What a shiner! Who ran into enemy; it takes time to build
we might be contented enough to her?" The victim of such remarks any army, and so it is with this
admit the service isn't such a bad is Mainside's Irish lassie, specific substance, antibodies."

life after all. Diana Fitzpatrick. To satisfy the What is the significance of using 4+.a

S t inquiries of many and to satisfythe killed virus? Dr. Sallf proved s

The Wave Picnic was a big suc- pleadings of Fitz we publishthe that dead virus could stimulate

cess. After a little mix-up a* to following. Fitz received that antibodies.-Until this time it was MARINES CLIPPED Comdr.,Leo B, McCuddin. skipper of
location the Anchorage was fl- beautiful black eye (and it is a I believed that a virus .must be Fighter Squadron 13, clips the "new pilot! ties of. Major ,0. K.

'rially designated as,the spot., The big\ one), while trying} to stop a I living; (but altered; so it couldn'tc'ause of Millenbine the swept-wlng and Major F9F-8 N.Cougar C.:Wiley jet., In The recognition two Marine of their Corps mastery fighter

final word on the day filled with badly-judged hop of a Softball ). diseases. The use of a \killed pilots have been serving on temporary duty with VF-IZ in order
fun and laughter was "when are during practice. virus opens channels to con. to learn the ins and outs of the newest Cougar.




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I I I' Household Goods Unit Solves Headaches I 0 'F



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The Household Goods Unit, r-- '- I

where personnel arriving in Jack f _... SCUTTLEBUTT
sonville, or departing from hereto ':

distant duty stations, arrange lJ
(ift Ch
for or check on shipments of furnishings

has been moved from its
former location in the rear of the

Supply Department, Building 110, ; Lunch served daily 1130 to

to more convenient quarters on -,'.. t 1300. ,
the first deck adjacent to Yorktown Dinner served daily- 1830 to

Avenue. A 2030.
Now located in the southwest Friday the 6th and again the'

corner of the Supply Department, Happy Hour from 1600 to 1800.

the Unit is readily available to .. Saturday the 7th means a swell
those requiring its services. In time for the Junior Officers at
the Stars and Bars party spon-
the past year the Unit conducteda "Let's have dinner here tomorrow
sored by the Career and College]
estimate of
conservative a $1-
night, you bring: the ring.
000,000 annual business. This is Women of the Stars and Bars

perhaps why Capt. Norman A. National Service Organizntion-

llelfrich, Supply Officer, decidedit 1630 to 1930.Dancing .
not only deserved "front of.lice" -F to the melodic strainsof

space, but more suitable Johnny Jelinek and his or-
furnishings. chestra, 2100 to 0100.
f Sunday the 8th Sandwich
TODAY T II is: HOUSEHOLD
Luncheon-1130 to 1700; Buffet SALTY HUMOR FROM
Goods Unit is equipped with com-
fortable chairs, a table for conference it becomes necesary to move toa UNIT LENDS HELPING Dinner-1800 to 2030. HERE AND THEREThe
and the filling out of the distant duty station. Personnel HAND Filling out necessaryforms Monday the 9th Club closed.
to obtain the aid of the Tuesday the 10th-Game Night.
inevitable forms, andnntl1l'r.y1 )] arc no longer entitled to six Household' Goods Unit of Supply parson was walking down
--[ play pen for babies. months free storage, for instance, Department, In arranging Fun, food and"prizes by playing the main street of the village[
When personnel in transit and unless such storage is nccesary for transportation of their furnishings that grand old American number when he met one of his paiish-
Is'a familiar duty for game. Have you heard about the "And how's
ioners. cold Mr.
in ,
as an incident to a shipment your
their in discuss
t dependents drop to -
ADC
George Itatvlnis, and his
new bourbon jackpot or the giant "
I
he asked after
moving day problems, they process and beyond the controlof wife Hazel. The Halvinls' have Brown? greeting!
jackpot and the four tables of
are greeted by Mrs. Beverly Shel- the individual. If such storage moved six times In 11 years. At I were over.
don, icccptionist. After learning is i requested, a statement of necessity right, Mrs. Beverly Sheldon, of marvelous prizes? I "Very: stubborn," r cpo 11 e d
the Household Goods staff, "Here's a real appetizing treat"Try
their particular needs, Mrs. Sheldon ? citing specific reasons lends a friendly hand. I Brown.
directs them to either Miss why goods must. be stored at our dehciously different "That's too bad," sympathizedthe

Aclcl Dinkins, who checks'incoming government expense, must be to one year after returning to tasty hamburgers served from the preacher. "An' how's your
shipments, or Mrs. Louise submitted. This statement is then shore duty. snack bar set in the game I'oom- wife?"

Wright, who checks' outgoing studied by Mrs. Hardy and her IN VIEW OF THE VERY com- 21002230. Hundreds have enjoyed "About the same," was the an-

shipments. staff, who pass final judgment on plicated arrangements necessaryin game night.Wednesday swer.
its merits. handling the personal goods of the llth "Do it .
Claims for loss or damage, or
The exception is for those on individuals who are separatedfrom yourself steak fry.-What could Boss: "Jones, did you push n
any other of the countless problems
overseas duty, who may apply their duty station on short possibly be more inviting than a wheelbarrow down the street last:
] encountered by military for storage at the nearest govern notice, the Navy considers it in charcoal grill and a selection of night after the party?"

migrants, arc also handled by ment facility with storage space the best interest of its personnelto choice steaks to choose from, Jones: "Yes, sir, I was pretty
this Unit under the
supervision available. No personal expense is perform this service through broiling it yourself just the way well spiflicated."
of Mrs. Mr .
Betty Hardy. $ Hardy
is incurred, including storage up Household Goods Units. To aid you want it. Boss: "Well, how do you thinkI
has been coping with the million
I' wives in planning long distance The new Chuck Connor Combo feel over the possible loss of
and one aspects of the job almost For moves, BuSandA provides a car- brings, during this evening, mu- prestige that your actions may
since the Station commissioned A-Training
was -
toon film which is shown period- sic for your dancing enjoyment.And have brought upon our business
in 1940. No problem is too COm- ically in Station theaters. Pamphlets last, but far from least, out- ?"
plex for her to solve. It is only Machinist RatesAtomic
detailing what should be door bar set up for your drinking Jones: "Gee, Boss, I never
when she is asked to define her
done and generally providing information pleasure. to ask YOlr rode
duties "simply" that she falters. training for machinist I thought you. in
"There is nothing simple about mates will be given as part of 1 pertinent to moving Thursday the 12th "FamilyNight" the wheelbarrow."
at the bar and ladies -
gents
problems can be obtained at the *
it she different the Navy's Nuclear Powered Sub-
says. "Many cases are
and so each one must be marine Training Program. Applications -' new quarters of the Household included-select' bar drinks Speaker: "Is there any man in
I handled on its own merits." for this specialized train- Goods Unit in Building 110. -1800 to 1900. the house who would let his wife

ONE OF THE BIGGEST head- ing are now being accepted by be slandered and say nothing? If

aches is the general lack of information the Bureau of Naval Personnel. II so, please stand up."
on what must be done Initial non-atomic submarine Define Children, Dependent' PassesWith A meek little man rose to hi*

and what cannot be done when training from certain enlisted Special passes will be given to feet.Speaker
the opening of swim-
rates was also announced in Bu- dependent children from 12 : "Do you mean that
15402a. The ming pools and more leisurely would let wife be slandered
Pers Inst. Bureau to 15 Vi of you your
years years age,
VF-34 Maintains pointed out, however, that accept- days ahead for school children, while those above this age and not do anything?"

ance for submarine training and a relative aspect of security at will be issued Meek Little Man: "Oh, pardonme
group regular
High Efficiency duty would not insure selection] Naval Ah Station has been an- armed forces dependent passes. I thought you said slaughtered. -
for the atomic-submarine train- nounced by Major David Foos ."
Jr., commanding officer, Marine .
During Med Tour ing program. Major Foos has pointed out
4 Barracks. that these regular Form The sick Russian heard a knockon
passes,
(Special to Jax Air News) Each new jet fighter is put Children below the age of 12 720, are being issued to de- his door. "Who's there

With Sixth Fleet in the l\led.- through more than 40 different years will' henceforth need a penden! boys and girls six "Death," answered a sepul-

Fighter Squadron 34 for the last rigorous test flights and checks written note from parents to months earlier than is called chral voice.

four months has been maintaining before its delivery to the *mili- leave or enter the reservation. for by Navy routine. Thank God. I thought it ua
high records of achievementset tary. I the secret police."

by Jacksonville squadrons by ., .""' '" ..... ....... ..,. '- .... ... .... ..... ....... .
':!" : : ; ::" '
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carrying out its share of opera- ; ". "'" ,", '" 1

tions with the Sixth Fleet in the ..J.A ISJIVI
Mediterranean, and also conduct :: :R .Sll1S' F. A ORA'RITY I

ing intensive air to air gunnery : : : : H: str. ,Otrl .IaQ. FUJ4D '* :** NAV ReLrI I E.F.
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ashore. r'F'LCEOE' 'T' HR.JYA' .
One half of 34's "Banshee" jet x'

fighters are carrying the squad- .. /
AY J !1J 1t.
ron's load aboard the USS Ran- 1-11; ;.I:''fl:< ayl
dolph (CVA-l ) as a part Of Air I .: :'*( : MAS JAX

Task Group 181. Operating with } ;i/ihi: 5 %; N AS CECIL mm .
the Sixth Fleet Air &. I
Task Group -
NAVAL ::_L:1
181 has participated in extensive :

flight operations from Turkey to
Gibraltar in cooperation with NA-

TO countries.The .
other hall of 34's aircraft ,

have been shore based at Port

Lyautey, French Morocco, where

the pilots arc rotated for advanced -: LTh' x II td '
training periods in air to air I to l

gunnery. Operating at times thou-'
sands of'miles from Air Task
I
Group 181 has presented many
problems, but the, amount, of. ALL OUT FOR CHARITY 'TT/Sft. John Soanlan's, Company 11 of Airman School at the Naval Air Technical Training Center
training accomplished hows: the is 100 percent behind 'the Jax Navy trusato' for Charity and has answered the SOS to a man. Sgt. Scanlan (center right of guidon)
poses proudly with hl 'lOO Percenters' They Jax Navy Charity Drive, now in its fifth week, has hit 849 percent of pledges In Its
pbstaclos have been mrmounted drive for the.10o,000 goal.' ,




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tLi L Group To ApplyForToastmisfress


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t'k That the American woman's ;4 I

leadership in community and professional -
Another shipment 0 f new :: life has increased In

books. We give you a sampling, ,4 scope and responsibility is the

and invite you to come to the library principle underlying the, organization .
to check on all 30 titles. of a local unit of International -

The Good Shepherd. Not Horn- Toastmistress Club.A .

blower this time, but Forrester'j group of Navy and civilian 4

tale of a North Atlantic convoy; women under the sponsorship ofMrs.

during World War II. (You'll] John S. Thach are preparingto

probably have to go on a waiting apply for a charter which

list for this). would establish the first branchof

Fix Bayonets. A reissue of an ; < the club in Jacksonville.

old favorite-plenty of action in ...... ,. .._.. _. .
'''- -- -' --- ---------- MRS. P. R. RAY, wife of Com-

a story 'of the Marine Corps, in FIRST "OLD INNER TUBE" AWARDS This is the first mander Ray of VP-5, was elected
World War I. Order Of 'Old entry in the unique "New Order of the Old Inner Tube" award chairman, and Mrs. Arthur Bar
contest Fleet Aircraft Service Squadron Nine, which
Representing
Run Silent, Run Deep. Story; inaugurated the award this week-these seven pilots have totaled ker, wife of Lcdr. Barker of.CAG3 -
based on submarine warfare in 17,714 flight hours in 41 types of aircraft. This gives them an average temporary secretary, at a recent 1
the Pacific. of 2,530.7 hours per pilot. Pilots and their flight time are pre organlation meeting
Inner Tube'For (left to right) C. J. Knapp, ADC, 3,869.2 hours; Comdr. E. F.Vrrdery Mrs. Ray, already a member of
with
Who Rides Wyatt. Biography : skipper, 3,521; Lt. E. Falkowskl, 2,757.1; G. W. Shockey,
of the great sheriff, Wyatt ADC, 2,633; Comdr. W. R. Gover, 2,354.1; Lt. W. G. Dilley, 1,811.6 Toastmistress Club, previously
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Earp. I and Ltjg( ) W. F. Shindle, 782.8 hours. helped to organize a branch of
the Club at NAS Memphis, Tenn.
Happiness Through Creative Pilots
Living Bradley offers a practical Two meetings a month, the second

system to meet-and survive with and fourth Mondays, were
added strength-the! complexities A unique award has been decided upon. The next meeting,
of modern life. instituted by Fleet Aircraft 1 HERE ARE //kMStfERS TO THff scheduled for 10:30: on Monday, 'I
QUESTIONS SERVICEMEN AND THEIR May 9, would complete the basic
1
From Here To Shimba&l. For Service Squadron !9) at NAS r FAMILIES ASK THE VETERANS
ADMINISTRATION EVERY 'AY.-. Cj steps for the group to become afullfledged
those who liked Hyman's No( Cecil Field. .
unit. Later meetings
Time For. Sergeants here isSack's
; Dubbed the "New Older of the (By-Armed Forces Press Service) ning and ending dates of the may be in the form of luncheonor
comic of "assimi '
"saga an Old Inner Tube," the award will, Q-I am planning to take, a course? evening sessions, as will be
lated colonel.
Gay reading. its advocates hope, provide recognition correspondence course under the A-The beginning date of decided by the members.
Few Were Left. (Rein), An unusual for "those who have
log- Korean GI Bill. For purposes of
your course Is the date on INSTIGATED; IIY NAS Unit of
story of a group of people ged above the flight GI allowance what
,
average my payments which the school .furnishes you Toastmasters Club following its
trapped in a N. Y. subway by a time. does VA consider as the begin '
with your first lesson. The ending program before Navy Officers
mysterious explosion. Like its title implies, the award date is the date the school Wives Club in February, members -

Fellow Passenger. Household consists of an old, patched, inner Agility Tesls To 'Be services your final lesson. of the latter group havebeen

always tells a good yarn; this; tube. This "N.O.O.T.O.I.T." award Q-I hold a permanent GI insurance encouraged to form a parallel
time the treasure is hidden -in a will be presented to the squadronthat Separate From Exams policy. Since it has been organization.

chimney and the pursuit is good has the highest average Agility tests will be given at in force for more than one year, '.

adventure and mystery.For flight-time per pilot. The flight- informal sessions and held at I have the right to borrow moneyon

the mystery fans, we'll just time that is counted is "all flight- various times throughout the year it. How much can I borrow? 34 Added! To

list them, no clues given: False time that the squadron's pilots rather than be considered partof A-You may borrow a n _

Colors (Powell); Banished (Carl have totaled while serving in the the scmi-annaul exams for amount that does! not exceed 91

eton);*Silver Cobweb (Benson);; U. S. Navy or U. S. Air Force (in sailors at a time of great stress per cent of the reserve of your Cane Hunters'Cenlury
Murder Makes An Entrance the case of exchange pilots.)"
and strain, if plans suggested by permanent GI policy.
(Kelland). Timeliner (Maine) All Fleet Air Jacksonville fighter Bureau of Naval Personnel ma Q-I am drawing a VA pension, ClubFor

Science Fiction.A attack and, fleet aircraft serv- terialize. and I have just received a legacy
few shoot'em-ups for the ice squadrons (which provide Testing authorities have been that will push my yearly income flying at jvavc-top level .
armchair cowboys: Out West service for fighter and attack into tropical storms with winds
asked to comment on the new above the maximum allowed by
(Schaefer) a collection of talcsof squadrons) are eligible to try for proposal.The the law. Am I supposed to inform in excess of 100 knots (115 miles

pioneer days in the West; Bar the award. A patch will be placedon ability to type, take short- the VA about it? per hour) during the 1954 hurricane -
Four Roundup of Best Western the old inner tube with the season, 34 "Hurricane Hunters" -
hand, teletype, or send Morse will A-Yes. You should notify
(Meredith); Six-Gun Heritage squadron designation of all squad be evaluated by special boards of Airborne Early Warning
the VA immediately, so that NAS Jax
Squadron 4, based at ,
(Ward). rons that submit an entry for the between regular semi-annual
pension payment can be Club
your have been awarded Century
The ever popular historical award. tests certificates to be given when
stopped. Failure to inform VA membership cards and "Not So
novels represent a wide range of All entries for the first com. the man his performancetests.
passes of ,your added Income will result Ancient Order of the Hurriphoon-
periods: The Spear (deWohl) col
petition should reach Fasron 9 In an overpayment of pension crs" scrolls.
orful romance, Biblical story of before thq, first of fiscal 1956 How often these tests will be that may have to return -
you
I life of Cassius; Crossbow man's how the certificatewill Comdr. Edward L. Foster, VW4 -
(July 1, 1955) given, long to the Government. .
Story (Miller) 16th century Span. be valid and how commanding officer, presented
To start the ball rolling, Fas many Q-Where may I obtain the last
ish the awards at an inspection
adventurers
explore.the Amazon ron 9 has submitted an entry of times a man may take the test forms required to apply for a GI '
; Captain Bashful (Chidsey) 2,530.7 hours flight-time per pi- are among the problems still be. home loan? week.
Elizabethan is back One of the most exclusive clubsin
England
lot. ing discussed.Brothers A-You should be able to obtain .
ground for a swashbuckling, romantic the necesary forms from the world, Century Club membership
adventure; Brave Harvest includes naval personnel
lender. Lenders who do
your
(Cargoe) exciting tale of Indians Wage Battle not have the forms. may .get who have served with "Hurri
and Hunters," as well as a few
settlers, Massachusetts Colony them from their nearest VA cane
; Captain Cutthroat (Carr) the For Honors At VF-31 Regional Office. specialists such as newspaper and
popular mystery writer again magazine reporters, photographers -

combines adventure and mysteryin '.._"_,.,._... -m.-_ _-.-_____.-__- .,.. """ ,..' H.",,_,..._..... "V,..,m w'-,="" ,,,,,.,I! and weather experts.
a tale of Napoleon's plans to Ever since the two Davenport X.A., Decorated with hurricane insignia -

invade England. brothers reported to Fighter I... ":..k .:' :...:....rJP @iJ/ / ... ,., "V" I If and silhouettes of the
31 two years ago it's :F"'" Constellation
Squadron Neptune and Super -
been a battle for honors. rJ::: the scrolls bear the following -
Navy Has .No Vaccine
Charles, the younger, left "A" inscription: -

From Cutler LabsThe school with the higher scholas.' JIr "Know ye men by all those
tic average, but William became presents that (name) having '
Navy is going along the family's first ADAN. riwfr'l y"I : :' flown hazardous Hurriphoon reconnaissance
with Public Health Service Then Charles nipped Williamfor YuN at low level wave '

policy in putting out a directive promotion to third class height! altitudes and having bat 1

stating that Armed Serv- petty officer. lied the forces of Ncptunus: Rex

ices Medical t 1 Procurement William was soon out in front ____i- and the disturbed aerial elements ,

Agency has not purchased or again though, when he became of the Chief High Gremlin to a ,

distributed Salk poliomyelitis VF-31's first "Lineman of the --L'IT/T standstill in an aircraft of VW-4, J

vaccine produced by Cutter Month" in a squadron --contest. and while so doing having been 1

Laboratories of Berkeley, Cal Brother Charles snared the exposed at latitude (no) day of '1

ifornia, and that any vaccine honor the following month.So (year) to winds equal to, or in 1 1

purchased locally from Cutter far, the brothers have only Y1 excess of, 100 knots, is hereby '
shall not be used until further '
records. Both designated a member in the honored -
one tie in their '
notice. received Good Conduct Medalson AyfM.YHNNA and illustrious group comprising "
Navy Bureau of Medicine requests this organization and is
day. ,
immediate notificationof the same hasn't NN entitled to all the rights: and prix

any instances in which Navy All this competition Davenports' family BROTHERS STEAL HONORS Battling. for honors In ileges afforded to those intrepid i
Medical department personnel loosened the I I Lighter 'Squadron 31 are the Davenport brothers, Charles (left) aeronauts who repeatedly risk

maf have a ministere.d the lo ties. Extremely close, the brothers and William right), both AD3's from Salem, Va. Latest prizes, their lives that others may be'
tally, 'purchased Cutter polio are always seen together for the pair are the titles of "Lineman of the)\Iont,.", ((9 William. forewarned.' ."
vaccine. during' their, off-dgty\ hours' in March ,and Charles in April.



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Navy, 3029In c1r

(Another in a weekly feature,
BoxingThe that brings to life performances -
on the Naval Air Station '

Army scored a close 30-29 sport scenes from dusty issuesof

point victory over Navy to win (Personnel are Invited to visit the Jax .Air News). .
at 37 "
the USO ServletwfD's'Club
Ten Years Ago Today
team laurels in the third annual
W. Monroe St. The Club is open Continuing to give smooth
Inter-Service Boxing Tournamentheld ; L from 0930-2330 daily). big league performances, the

at the Army base sports ) Thursday, May 5-Prize night, doughty Station Fliers won

arena at Oakland, Calif, WtMfJ7IPS / dancing to records, their sixth straight Victory

The Air Force, last year's In. Friday, May 6-.: 000, games league win. Coach Charley
tcr-Scrvice champs, finished third and dancing. Gehringer at 42 still demon-

with 16 points and the Marines Saturday, May 7-Open house strated why many: baseball experts -
were next with five Five points from 1400 to 2400; dancing. rate him as the greatestof
were awarded to winners and the great second basemenof
Sunday, May 8-0900, Vesper
three to runners-up in the finals. all time. The Old Master,
services and refreshments by the
{ Gehringer figured in three of
Inter-Service champions
: First Presbyterian Church; free
WiA the four double plays the Fli-
Flyweight ((112))-Ilcijl Shima- movie
ers executed against the Railroaders -
bukuro, USARPAC, decisioned Y Monday, May -1900, ping
and collected a dou-
Clifton Eskridge! Little Creek,
,. pong.
ble and four singles off theChason's
Va. Tuesday, May 10-2000, danc-
,chuckers.
Bantamweight: ((119') Ward ing, games. Five Years Ago TodayJaxNavy's
Yce, Sandia Base, N. M., won a Wednesday, May 11 2000, links squad recorded -

split decision over GeorGe Naka- -.. dance. its seventh win in
oka, USARP AC.Featherweight. twelve matches downing
LADIES BOWLING CHAMPS Wearers of smiles are these by
((125)) ]Harry members of the Jets bowling team, winner of Naval Air Station SetTourney Parris Island 3513. Bill Foulk
Smith, Sampson AFB, N. Y., de Ladies Bowling League championship The Jets took all honors Civilian Golfers paced the locals to their vic-
cisioned Leroy Jeffery, Ft. Sill, including the trophy for high average. Team members are front tory with a 71 on the par 72
Okla. row (left to right) Dotty Roberson, of O & K, holder of high aver- SaturdayThe
age ((139)) in league play and Ruby Herrington, of 0 & K. Back course.
Lightweight 032)-Cene) To- row: Nellie Nowotny, 0 & R; team captain Betty Lots, Supply, Naval Air Station Civil-
ran, aircraft carrier Saipan, de- and Dee Cantrell, Supply. ,
ian Golf Club will hold a han:
cisioncd Jimmy Hornsby, Rhein- dicap-point system tournament Tennis
SquadGunning
Main AD, Germany. AE School Stays Atop Saturday at Hyde Park course.

Light Welterweight ((139)) Participants will be given

Frank Medley, destroyer D. II. full handicaps, with the win
Fox, decisioned Willie Morton, For
Center ners decided on point systemover
Johnson AB, Japan.Welterweigbt Training LoopUndefeated an 18-hole route. One

((147))-Lawrence point will be given for double
Barrett, destroyer Coates, deci- in six games, Aviation Electrician's Mate Class A. bogies, two for bogies, three 9th StraightJax
sioned Pearce Lane, Ft. Knox, School is riding atop the NATTCenter softball league. Last week for pars, four for birdies, and
Ky. the A's scored a pair of victories, downing AO (B) School, 14-5, and five points for eagles.

Light Middleweight (156)) defeating AEB) School, 7 to 6. Entry fee is one dollar. Tee Navy's hlgh:flying tennis ...
Rudy Sawyer, destroyer Stephen Although they haven't won a off time is 0730 to 0830 squad will be seeking its ninth

Potter, decisioned Willie Russell, Reduced Prices game this season, the AE "Bees" straight triumph, as it takes on

Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. have been nudged out in four of University of Florida's crack com

Middleweight\ (165)) Richie For ServicemenAt their five games by only one run. )MainsideOuldoorPools bine courts.Friday on the latter's

Hill, Camp Lejeune, N. C., scoreda
Meanwhile AOA( ) School is
OpenedThe The Fliers, now sporting 8-'
third round TKO over George
close on the heels of the leaders. season record, will be out to
Harrell, Ft. Sam Houston, Tex. Braves GamesServicemen outdoor swimming poolsat
Last week With Harold Lundgren avenge an early season setback at
Light Heavyweight ((178)) Mainside 'officially opened
-
cracking a homer, Cody Corley the hands of the Gators. The Fli
James Boyd, Ft Benning, Ga., de will be admitted to for the summer Tuesday, May
at full strength for this
hitting three for four and Chuck ers are
cisioned Charles Butler, destroyer all Jacksonville Braves home 3.
Keene engagement.
getting three hits and
tender Sierra.HeavyweightJohn. games for the reduced price of 60 Services
Mainside
striking out six, the AOA's( defeated Special Steton's tennismen fell before
Johnson, I cents, it has been announced by AKA( ) School, 13 to 2. will keep three pools in oper- the rugged Navy racquet-wield. I

Ft. Jackson, S. C., decisioned Roy club officials. They also rolled up a 7 to 0 victory ation this summer. The two ers last Saturday, 90. Stetson, in
Louson, destroyer tender Sierra. Servicemen need not be in uni- over the AO Bees. enlisted pools in rear of Build- absorbing the shutout, failed to

-AFPS( ). form, but must present ID cardat I Other results: ANP) 14, 1st ing No. 3 will be available to win a single match.FliersStetson .
> the ticket window. The admission and their
all enlisted
personnel
Lt-SS 4; NAWS 7, AEB) OJ; summaries:
CO. 12 entitles them to sit anywhere NAWS 7, 1st Lt.-SS; ANP) 8, dependents and the CPO pool Sobieraj (N) defeated McGaryS
RingmenDecision in the park, except the box will also be in use this season 6-0
AKA) ( ), 6-1; Candland (N) defeated
seats. The ball park is located 5.NATTC Standing. for chiefs and their guests Gibson (S), 6-0, 6-0; B.I
CO. 15By the Gator Bowl..
opposite W L only. v AndersonN( ) downed Decker( ),
FREE BUS rides are also be- AEA) School 6. 0 Life guards are on duty at 6-0, 6-3; Curtis (N) beat Eric-
winning six of the eight ing provided the public to the ANP( ) School 5 1 the outdoor tanks. son S), 6-2 6-4; Willis (N) defeated

bouts on the program, Marine ball games. Convenient pickupsfor AOA( ) School 4 1 All outdoor pools will be Plato (S), 6-1, 1-5; F. Anderson -
Company 12 defeated Company15's servicemen stationed at NAS NAWS School 3 3 closed on Mondays. Hours for (N) downed Kendall (S)
boxers in an intercompanysmoker Jax and Cecil Field/can/ be madeat AOB( ) School 2 3 swimming have been set from 6-1, 6-0.

last Thursday in King Murray Hill and Lake Shore. AKA( ) School 0 4 1100 to 1930 on Tuesday Doubles: Candland-Willis (N>
The Murray Hill special bus will AEA( ) School 0 5 through Saturday and from defeated McGary-Plato (S), 6-4
Hall. leave Post and Edgewood at 1835, 1st Lt.-SS 0 5 1200-1900 on Sunday. 6-3; Anderson-Curtis (N) downed

Results: Otha Luker 12, defeated thence. to. Edgewood_. to College__ to ,. Gibson-Decker (S), 6-1, 61.
.0 '-
Gene Prichard, 15; Robert cassat to Plymouth to Hamiltonto 5
Hinkel, 12, defeated Charles Post, then to Post to Park, to
Bankard, 15; Gerard Cotter, 12, Park Street to Forsyth to Libertyto Sobieraj Cops Jax

defeated William Burton, 15; Don- Duval, then Duval Street to
aid Patterson, 15, defeated Louie the ball park. + Beach Tennis Play;,

Forehand, 12; Travis Tiller, 12, THE LAKE Shore special bus : t' Jax Navy tennisman "Ban..

defeated Lewis Ritter 15; Arlen will leave San Juan and Bland- >: < ..kBEN'S : tam Ben" Sobieraj! added another
Reinhold, 12, defeated' Robert ing at 1830, thence to San Juanto championship to his long
Moncrief, 15; Joseph M. Powers, Cassat to Colonial. to Lake list of laurels as he capturedthe

15, defeated Ray Donalan, 12 Shore Blvd., to Tulipwood to Riv- Jacksonville Beach Jay-
4 erdale to Bayvtaw to San Juanto cees tennis tournament which

Herschel to Aberdeen to Parkto concluded Sunday.

Forsyth to Liberty to Duval to a Sobieraj had to whip Jax
ball park. : '"" '" Navy team mate Leon Wilsonin

The Braves, gunning for their ; \ ,', the finals, 6-2, 6-4, for the
third straight Sally League ''pennant ;. crown.

M"JUST return home Saturday; for a : Sobieraj and Wilson teamedto
.. five-game home stand. They en V"'l! defeats, Andrew Ziebe and
tertain the Columbus Red Birds E, L. Lloyd, 6-4, 6-2 to win the

May 7-8-9 and then host Mont doubles titlo. t
.
gomery May 1011. ;

.. Rhymes off theTImcs _
Hey, Chief, whatcha clippingout : ::'

of the paper?" L_ .. .1 __ ._.......::..... n., _- _. _:,: ,('. WHEN STWDLEV WORKED
THE GOVERNMENT LOST!
who
"Item, about' man } got a AT IT AGAIN Back to his old familiar routine of HE NEVER/ STOPPED sr .
A divorce because his wife went winning championships is ace Jax Navy tennis man Ben Sobieraj;
w4 DYO(1hl MINUTE( N D,fTELLIN/URMAN. ..: through his'pockets every night." attached to Fasron 109. Ben's newest title Was the Jacksonville TO COUNT THE cosrtlPQge /
1';r, IlOEByl4tr Me "Whatcha gonna do with it?" Beach tennis.championship in which he defeated team mate # Wilson In the finals. Sobieraj is considered the top tennis per
"Put it in my pocket. former in the area.

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HoldsOnToSecond i.' : ;.i.:' ., .,"" i iL" Slate In Mainside Circuit J


:.:. '
SlotRiding The list Of unbeaten clubs in the Mainside softball intramural ,

league race has climbed to three, with Hospital, Operations and VC- I''
high in second place in 62 porting unbeaten records.

Jax Men's City League, the
the
NATTCenter baseball team beginsits R Hospital has a 4-0 record, followed credit for the win. t,

second round of play Friday ; by Operations with 3-0 and VC-62 stayed on the heels of .r

night when Coach Chuck Dawson's .5. S VC-62 with 20. the loop leaders with a 4-0 win''
nine meets Trumps Construction over VW-4. Don Glidewell continued }'
% Hospital twirler Don Barnes is '
his mastery on the mound,
Co. the Woodstock
on
the spotlight, having '
stealing as his mates backed him up with
2000.
diamond at
no-hitter to his
long
added a
..
timely hitting. VW-4 broke even -
Sunday, with a dearth of base string of well-pitched frays.
in week's
play, defeating BOQ, '
hits, the! Maroon and Gold team Barnes set down Fasron 109 with-i ',
5-0, in its other encounter. '
lost, '-4, to the league leading out a bingle as his mates clubbec) _
& Sons nine Mason I IN OTHER FRAYS, VP-18 with ,'
Hardage on out a 12-1 verdict Barnes in four
Tolar on the mound, coasted to a '
Field.. games has allowed one run (unearned '
7-0 win over Fleet Air
Wing 111'
TWO BAD innings cost NATT ), has given up four hits-

Sunday's tilt. The speedy .._ .. two in one game and one hit Supply toppled Personnel, 6-1, '.
Center ._ ,_..w.u___ ... .'.. .... with Lindemeyer
the
doing pitching
tallied four apiece in the other two.
outfit
Hardage runs WHO WINS THIS RACE Duane Sheets of VC-62 streaks ; FaetuLant squeezed' past 1
in the second on two ,NATTC towards first base in an effort to beat the throw by VW-4'g hurler OPERATIONS is making a BOQ 8-6, with Spencer on the .
miscues and a series of bunts II. E. Prirhard. Waiting for the toss is first baseman L Mathh efVC strong bid, adding VP-16 to its I
-62. Sheets lost the race to the sphere. VC-62 copped this mound; and NARTU, with Bes-
and before the inning was over list of victims, 143. Finnigan: got
Mainside intramural Softball encounter, 4-0. sent and Miller sharing the hurling "
NATTCenUr was fighting from -
chores, drubbed ComFairJa. j
behind. 160. 'I,
They closed the gap to 6-4 but Rods andNimrods I ;. ,

then"Hardage opened up and witha

two-run homer, put the gameon AFPS SPORTS ,. '

ice in the ,ninth when Bud
T. P. Meixell and Bill Purcell '
.Morrison hoisted one over the Lt
of O&R boated the limit df lack RoundupBy
right:: centerfield fence with one
bass this past weekend in the
aboard. It the first defeatof
was Lake George area. The bass ( Armed Forces Press Service) :
the season for the Marine-
weighed up to seven pounds. The Understatement of the year:
Navy club. fishermen used live bait and also deco Bums, the Dodgers, have

FRANK JA&KUNIS whiffed I plugged. I soitainly come aliye in '55 '
seven during the innings he
Grady Noble of O&R and his Crackerjax Grab Lead One of the reasons why the Chi.
worked until lifted in the seventh
for a pinch-hitter. Meanwhile wife reported that they caughtthe cago Cubs are off to a flying
limit in very short order. start in the pennant race this
NATTC could get to Hardage
hurler Billy Chestnut for only They fished in the Lake George In City CompetitionThe year is the hard hitting of rookie '

three bingles.Fliers. area backstop Harry Chitl, who last

I I Robert Roberts picked up four smooth-working Crackerjax have taken over undisputed year starred at Ft. Lee, Va .

nice bass this last weekendplug- possession of top spot in the Jax City Girls Softball League withan Speaking of fast starts, Whiter '

MakeIt I ging in McGirts Creek. unblemished record of three wins and no defeats. Ford of the New York Yankees ;
I is speeding down victory lane and ,
I Best time for fishing this weekend Highlight of the last week's action -
are as follows: I of team members. is driving for 20 wins this sea .
was the no-hit, no-run per Crarkerjax Schedule:

9 StraightGolf Saturday, 7th-0530 to 0830 and formance Wednesday by hurler (Friday, May 6) son.Lou BrLie, one of the most .j
1215 to 1600 and 1700 to 1930. I
Sunday, 8th-$530 to 0900 and Ellie Carlson as the Waves NAS Memphis-Crackerjax vs. decorated Marine heroes of WWII '
Memphis Wavecats. I
1300 to 1930. trounced Gulf Life, 120. Catcher, and former hurler for the
(Monday, May 9; 1930)
Indians is
Wins (News for this column can be Jean Larson paced the locals Brentwood Park Crackerjaxvs. doing a great job as
I Commissoner of American
Legion ,
submitted through Bob Brown, with a home run, triple and sin- Cannon Barber Shop. baseball
extension 525 accessories divi The first game in
Jax Navy's varsity linksmen gle. (Wednesday, May 11; 1930)) National
League history was play
sion, O&R. All hands, both military
continued their winning ways as and civilian: male and fe Beat Stale Farm, 12-4 Murray Hill Park-Crackerjax ed at Philadelphia on April 22,
they, annexed their ninth straight vs. Pepsi Cola.Week's. 1876 Washington's rookie
male, and dependents, can submit In the nightcap Monday at .
triumph with a 25V4-1H decisionover moundsman Ted
Abernathy won
fishing news to this column),
any Brentwood the Crackerjax rallied -
Beauolerc Club last ,
Country
J3 and lost three while pitchingfor I
Sunday. I to win 12-4 over State Farm. Afainsitle Ft. McPherson, Ga.

Frank Heyer and Lou Brozo WEEKEND TIDE Navy chucker Fran Gray had a Slate Question of the week: It Dick

teamed to down the Beauclercduo rough start in the first inning, Softball Groat is destined to spend the ,

of Miller and M. Kramer IIIGII LOW giving up five free passes, which The Mainside Intramural Softball remainder of his baseball career ,
7!Hi to Itt. Joe McDonald and Lou A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. gave the State Farmers a 2-0 games scheduled for the with the winless Pittsburgh Pi

Chaff paired to shutout 41. Kramer Friday 1:35: 2:13: 7:56: 8:17: lead. But Gray settled down as week are listed below: rates, shouldn't the former Duke

and Stein, 9-0, while Navy's Saturday 2:39: 3:17: 8:58: 9:25: her heavy-hitting team mates put star forget the diamond and
(Thursday,May 5)
Sunday 3:40: 4:16: 9.53; 10:24:
Chuck Summitt and Bill Barrow wood to the ball. Leftfielder
the Albemarle Field-VW-4 vs. switch to pro basketball? Pre
took the measure of WHUn? and Nan Ward collected a homer and VP-5. diction: the Pirates, Kansas City '

Leonard, 90. Golf Shack Lists double to take hitting honors for Yorktown Field VP-I6 vs. Athletics and Baltimore Orioles

Lou Brozo was medalist witha the evening. Communications. will each lose over 100 games

one over par 73. Pro-Am WinnersThe To Memphis Friday Saratoga Field-Personnel vs. this year Pfc. Lou DiMaggio, '
The Fliers' next match will be team of Hornbuckle, Mul- The Crackerjax take off for BOQ. accordionist now at Ft. Ord, 4'4'an

with Miami Marine Corps Air lins, Harris, and Frye were sharp their first road trip Friday, traveling Enterprise Field-Supply vs. Calif., is a cousin of Joltin' Joe ,
Station today at Miami, followed to Memphis to meet the .
enough to snare top honors in the NARTU. DiMagglo.The .
by an engagement with Stetson pro-amateur golf tournament last Wavecats. Team members mak I Hospital Field-Fasron 109 vs. 55th U. S. Open Golf '

University Saturday. week with a net score of 32 in ing the trip will be Jean Larson, VC-62. Championship will be held June "

I I the 9-hole, one-day affair. Ellen Carlson, Dianna Fitzpat- (Tuesday May 10) 16.18 at the Olympic Country '

The handicap tourney is a rick, Sue Lee, Lynn Steward, Pat Albemarle Field-Communications Club in San Francisco. Defending I'

weekly event sponsored by the Gorsky, Gerry Gorsky, Pat Ash. 1 vs. NARTU.Yorktown champ is Ed Furgol.. .Ted Whee ;:
cmJD golf shack. All candidates who craft, Carol Hooser, Joyce Pot I Field-VP-5 vs VP- ler of Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., fin-

wish to participate should sign ter, Pansy Quinelly, Marion Hix- 116. ished second to Wes Santee by 50 ;,

up prior to 1600 J on Fridays. on, Chris Buck, Lupie Ortiz, Nan Saratoga Field-VC-62 vs. Supply yards in the mile event at the 30th 1.
Thursday, May 5 .. Ward, Fran Gray, Lilllian Whit- running of the Kansas Relays. "

:Mains ide-The Command: Guy ney, Betty Deno and Jo Hall. Enterprise Field BOQ vs. Santee was clocked at a slow ,.,

,Madison, Joan Weldon. Pat Ashcraft and Jean Larsen ComFairJax. 4:11.4: on a sloppy track Tho

.Andrews NATTC Elizabeth Elephant Walk: Dana SOS were chosen co-captains of the I Hospital Field =- Hospital vs. grid pro Baltimore Colts have
Taylor.
I Crackerjax by a majority vote I VF-43. signed Harry Riley who played at .. '
Murder
Hospital-Dial M For : '
Ft. Lewis, Wash., last season. ;:
Ray Milland, Grace Kelly

Mainside-Tight Friday, May Spot 6: Edward II Heyer Chaff Clash In 1955 Golf FinalsLou coach Michigan Duffy State Daugberty head has football a spe ,,

G. Robinson, Ginger Rogers. cial reason for liking the change '

NATTC-The Command: Guy In the school's name from college .:
Madison, Joan Weldon. Chaff and Frank Heyer Summitt.It counter posted in the first to university. "I'm sure," says g'

Hospital-Elephant Walk: Dana will match skill and know how marks the second straight flight, Bill Barrow won over Duffy, "that everyone will un ,;
Andrews, Elizabeth Taylor. in the finals of the 1955 all-" year that Heyer has reachedthe Mike Benak, 4 and 3. derstand that a brand new university .:

Saturday, May 7 station golf championship.Heyer finals. Last year he sue Chief Studtz and Pete Gush- can't be expected to produce .;'.

Mainside-End of The Affair: made his bid for, the cumbed to Big Bill Scarbroughwho anas will battle in the finalsof a winning football team
Van Johnson, Deborah Kerr. championship finals as he won the crown in a greul- over night. Camp Lejeune's
NATTC-Tight Spot: EdwardG. downed Lou Brozo 4 and 2 ina ling 2 and 1 match. Scarbrough the second flight. Studtz AU-Marine 125-lb champ ,Jack-

Robinson, Ginger Rogers. hard-fought match. Lou it not around to defend his won 2 and 1 over Blackmonand Lemon was voted' the outstandnf -

pital-The Command: Guy. Chaff gained the finals with a crown; Gushanas claimed: a 2 .and boxer in the recent All-Ma-

Madison, Joan Weldon. 6 and 5 decision over Chuck In the only -"nal en 1 victory over Sid Lanier. rine! Corps boxing_ championships.

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L. -' amll EM Can Cancel

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I Class
\ FOR RENT 'Q Pay .9'
"'
:I : Furn gar apt, $60. 1225 Willow- .If Wife StraysClass .
Branch EV 95998. Potter.
"Q" allotments be
f 3 bdrm furn home, 1279 Belve may
cancelled by requests of
dere. EV 7-2571 or EV 9-7455, en-
listed men whose wives are
O'Donoghue.Furn .
found guilty of marital\' mis-
gar apt, $50. 2751 Post St. conduct, the Joint Military Pay

4 rm unfurn apt, 3684 Hedrick.EV and Allowance Committee has

9-0766. ruled. o

Furn apt, 2604 Post. Bray. An allotment also can be
'
3 rm furn apt, 2811 Iroquois Ave. stopped f if the spouse should S

Ortega. EV 8-6937. waive her right (o support. .

1 and 2 bdrm furn opts, 3664 Hedof" A final divorce decree or le-

rick St. (Avondale). EV 8-1598, gal separation were the only

Bryan. trounds upon which. enlisted

,1" 3 rm furn apt, 8308 Collins Road. men could previously cancel a
Class Under
112-8-5871. Tyner. "Q" the new
: policy, if a man can furnish
3 bdrm home to share, $45. 4818
evidence of adultery or deser- WIN CASH PERFORMANCE These eleven NAS the first to be
Tulipwood Dr. EV 8-3297 or EV FIR employees are ever
tion without cause, the allot- presented with cash awards for outstanding performance of duty here. Each employee, whose per-
56411. Summers. ment will be stopped. Such ev- formance was superior to a degree to be considered outstanding, received a check for $200, presented -
5 rm furn gar apt, $65. EV 94382. idence must .be conclusive and In ceremony last Friday by Capt. ,John S. Thach, commanding officer of NAS Jax. Left to
Davis. it right are: Broward Griffin, Overhaul-Repair, department Walter" Smith, 0 & R; George Grim
irrefutable e committee"stafed. mette, Industrial Relations; Sidney Wilds, Industrial Relations; Evelyn Perkins, Operations; Pat
bdrm furn apt, $90. EV 84573. If children are involved, McMullin, 0 & R; Captain Thach; W. P. Shaw Administration; Raymond Splinter, 0 & R; David

\ 3 rm gar apt, 2636 Myra St. Cow- the allotment cannot be can- lations.Lowery, 0 & R and Albert Diehl, 0 & R. Missing. from the picture is Mary Wooten, Industrial Re-

art. celled under any circumstances .
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6 rm fum apt, 2636 Myra St. Cow- but may be changed.
art. Applications for such processing Cash Awards To CiviliansFor I SAFETYBox
; should bo made through local ,
2 bdrm furn home, watcrfiont.
finance offices On DD Form Score
: 3934 McGirts Ave. .
234.
:' 1 and 2 rms, $35 and $40. 2148 Outstanding WorkEleven DUabJing Injuries Through
,
Rossclle. EL 56374.
Tuesday, April 26
.. 3 rm furn apt, 852 Sinclair. 2% Million employees of the,Naval Air Station have been presented Tills Month 1

Breese. with $200 cash awards for superior performance of duties. It marks This Year. 6

4 rm unfurn apt, 1056 Sclma St. Service I Kin the first time that cash awards have been given to employees here Days Since last

(or sale). I for outstanding work. Lost-Time Accident 1

3 rm furn apt, Murray Hill. EV Members of the Armed Forces The employees, according to the place the previous superior accomplishment -
81760. had a total of 2,591,777 dependents Industrial Relations office, have 1 step increase
,
Furn eff. at the end of'1954. The De- pay
apt, $11 wk. 1511 Barrs demonstrated work performance I no longer in effect.
St. EV 82407. Spurgeon. fense Department has announcedthe superior to such a degree as to be

2 rm furn apt, $12.50 wk. 1511 results of a world-wide sur- considered clearly outstanding. During a formal presentation
ceremony last Friday, Capt.; JohnS.
Barrs St. EV I THEIR
82407. Spurgeorn.rm I SUPERIOR performancewas
vey.As Thach, commanding officer of
turn apt. 2037 Ernest St. of the same date there were sustained throughout a period -
I the Naval Air Station, presented
3 rm furn gar apt, $55. EV 8-2770, 3,180,532 military personnel on of one calendar year and resulted -
letters of commendation and cash
2601 Park St. active duty. I in issuance of an official (Dy Armed Forces Press Service)

':"' _.." Furn: sleeping rm, 112 East Ash- More\ than half the dependents "outstanding" performance rat- awards to the following: The life story of Gen. George

ley. EL'4567G. or 1,306,497, were minor ing. To become official, such & Evelyn Perkins, Operations; Patton will be filmed by a groupof

3 rm furn cott. $50. 9361 100rd children. Wives numbered 1-' rating must be initiated by the Wilfred Shaw, Administration; New York and Boston financiers

St. EV 83537. 163,630, husbands 1,573 and par- employees' Immediate superior George Grimmette, Sidney Wilds who have purchased the

3 rm furn apt, 4520 Marquette.. ents who received more than and be favorably endorsed by the and Mary Wooten, of Industrial Patton diaries and other private

EL 6-9907. half their annual income froma head of the department and the Relations, and Raymond Splinter papers of the famous general. ,

Furn gar apt, $60. 3708 Hedrick serviceman, 120,077.A Activity Performance Rat i In g David Lowery, Albert Diehl, Jean Dalrymple attractive wifeof

St. EV 86064. total of Board of Review. Broward Griffin, Walter Smith Maj. Gen. P. D. Cinder at Ft.
2,204,316 dependentswere
23 ft. trailer, 9x14% Alum-o rm. located in the continentalU.S. The Incentive Awards Programof and Pat McMullin, all of Over- Riley, Kan., reportedly will pro-
Lt. 197, Azalea Trailer haul and Repair department.5th duce "Teahouse
Park. ., 118,632 were in U.S. terri the Federal Government pro- of the. August
Nice rm, kitch includ. 1 blk off tories and possessions and 2G8, 29 vides for recognition of em- Moon" in Mexico.

Roosevelt. were in foreign countries.In ployees who make exceptional Supercarrier Young TV watchers will be
2 bdrm furn apt, 5205 San Juan. contributions in behalf of the surprised to find Davy Crockett
464,721 family units, or about
EV more effective and more efficient playing one of the marines in
95677.FOR 40 percent, the wife listed
was as
SALE operation of the Federal service. Among Approved "Battle Cry. "
theonly dependent. Those with
3 bdrm CB home, GI equity, 5146 Suggestions of faster and more Peas Parker,
Pennant Court, Venetia Ter one child numbered 319,269, two economical methods of accom- Navy ProjectsThe who played
children, 233,208, three, 99,011,
race. Williams.
plishing tasks, inventions and P Davy in theM
4 unfurn and four or more, 47,421. House of Representativeshas J
rm home, $9,500. 5426 sustained work performance 'prJ Disneyland "
Attleboro A\e., Ext. 446 after Of all the dependents, officers which is superior are among the voted approval of a one-and- trilogy, did i

1600 EV 8-6164. accounted for 650,549 and enlisted achievements required to win one-third billion dollar Navy con- the two-fisted

3 bdrm gar apt, 5558 Fair Lane personnel for 1941228. these honors.IN struction program which calls for marine bit before -

Dr. EV '87707. Schneitler. (AFPS). RECOGNITION of such building a fifth super aircraft signing

27 ft. lighthouse trailer. See own I achievement, employees are issued carrier-the $200 million Kitty with Disney.

er at cor. 110th & Wcsconnettafter Teacher: "What tense is, 'I am certificates and emblems, Hawk-and three more atomic Columbia

4 p.m and weekends. beautiful'?" letters of commendation, or cash .submarines. readying a Science -

3 bdrm CB home, $1,750 equtiy.ni4a ,.I Student: "Past. awards. The cash awards re- The program also provides for fiction
Janice Cir. EV 83201. an expansion of the Navy's guid- thriller basedon

MISCELLANEOUSRiders .:--. .. ed missile fleet by converting a Air ForceReservist

: on Southside Estates, Ar- light cruiser and a destroyer into

f lingtonwood, Arlington Manor. ,' ; guided missile vessels. In addi- Jane Russell Major Donald

Call Ext 707. 0700-1530. Rustey -t" tion, the Navy plans to build five Kehoe's exciting book about fly

or EV 8-5279. ..'.. .. : ;" 1\ conventional submarines, seven ing saucers.
.. .
"" '. destroyers, six frigates and five
'
'. Jane Russell, the young lady
Church 'i'v smaller ships under the program.Of who never dresses in a hurry be-
ProgramFor J \ \ L
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'J! 28 ships slated for moderni-]
.! .. cause she has to slow down for
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:, . .. 41 hP. fL
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,
ServicemenServicemen :'!'. ". .; .. a are the curves, gets the nod in "The
< ". .. which will be altered to permit Gibson Girl" a script bought by
are reminded of .
handling of the latest jet air-
the Friday RKO before Howard Hughes took
night recreation pro- craft.-(AFPS).
gram at the Avondale Baptist over .' Batjac Productions
slated to make movie of "Earth-
Church
Herschel and Edgewood.The .
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program, held on alternate :' : Await quake McGoon, a nickname given -
/:.' to James D. McGovern, the
Continued from
Friday evenings on the Av- ( Page 1))
colorful Yank pilot who was kill
ondale Roof Garden, include ping ond re-enlistment, or the equiv-
ed while flying a plane to
pong, shuffleboard, badminton, alent of two-thirds of their base' cargo
$ help besieged French troops at
volleyball, table games and recorded ; pay times the number of years:
Dien Bien Phu in Indochina.
music. There are always for which they re-enlisted. They I .
plenty of girls, as the young peo- were evidently paid for a first
To Close Pedro
ple of the church are backing the S, re-enlistment on the basis of a I

program. P full month's pay, now ruled ille- Supply DepotThe

Avondale Baptist Church is located ,, gal. This decision does not affect Navy announced that it

seven blocks east of Roose- former indefinite enlistees, who will close down its Supply Depotat

velt Boulevard. Transportation COMBAT "FOTOG" -.S/Sgt Richard Slatton, an Instructor I have since re-enlisted under the San Pedro, Calif on June 30.
,1. from the USO, 37 West Monroe in the photographic phase of Airman Preparatory School, strikesa new bonus law even though they The 'depot's functions will be
>. St., will be furnished. The pose with his speed graphic for Alary Chiler, AA, a student at received ,previous taken Naval Shipyard at
pro- the school at NATTCenter. Slatton was both an aerial and ground I "anniversary over by :
gram starts at 2000. troop combat photographer in Korea. payments." Long Beach.



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