Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 12, 1955
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Aircraft For Byrd Expedition

Outfitted At Jai 0 & R Shops ti YI ,

Five of the aircraft which "Operation Deep Freeze." are practically the same type

will participate in the Admiral Just how carefully the Navy is plane used in the last Byrd ex.

planning the trip, keeping in pedition, but with much more
Byrd expedition to the South
mind the safety of personnel and elaborate equipment. The helicopters -
Pole in November are now being equipment, can be gleaned from a (HO4S-3) arc also being >

equipped and'preparcd visit through the various shopsof fitted to withstand the rigors of i. j::.> .
for the trip at Naval Air Station the Overhaul and Repair department the cold Antarctic'weather, which ; .:

Jacksonville's Overhauland where employees are hits 60 degrees below :zero. '1

Repair department.In fighting a deadline to completethe .More comfort for the crew of

all, fourteen aircraft and equipping of the aircraft. the R4D is'being sought with the

five ships will be included in the TilE RiD's, which resemble a installation of. a 'new special

trip, which has, been dubbed. Douglas commercial! transport' (Please Turn To Page 4, Col. 1)

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VOL-13 No. 7 U. S. N. A S. Jacksonville. Flo. 12 May 1955

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Still Plenty Of Time To Give

Why I Decided

To Re-Enlist9 4 .A)

CharityDriveNearer __ A"-.M': : '<......<..,.:.. A'J,.. r n::: ws' yntOUTFITTED .)-
"Guys may joke all they

want to about the service, but FOR "DEEP FREEZE" The double insulationon
one of the five aircraft bring equipped at Jax Overhaul and
when it comes right down to Repair and outfitted for the Byrd expedition to the South PoleIn

it, where else can a fellow geta GoalThe November is pointed out by Louis St. Petery, electronics division
superintendent of the Aero group Also visible are two other addi-
steady job, financial security, tions, the Jato racks on the side and the "bath tub" for camera ,
equipment beneath the! fuselage. The inside and outside of the
and that No. 1 item-special
is $100,000 goal is nearer and nearer > two H4D's and four helicopters are being made ready to stand the
benefits for his family, such as rigid arctic weather.
With about six weeks remaining in the Navy Jacksonville
hospitalization? .:::.. Consolidated before the 21
r.: Charity Drive June dead

"I n civilian I i line, 89.8 percent of the goal has been pledged by militaryand CommissarySloreHours Gunnery 'E'

life, doctor civilian personnel.One .

bills and care ,:. more command has joined 91.9; Fiscal, 79.5; Administration, To Change

for the family: < the ranks of the "100 Percent" 77.9 and Supply department with A change in Commissary Award To 0VF43

take a good.. ,J=' club. Commander Fleet Air Jack- 67.7 percent. Store hours beginning June 1
Staff, Commander Naval AirBases
portion of take- 1, sonville came up with a rash of announced.
has been
Sixth Naval District boastsof
home To From
pay. ''
man in the ser- I pledges last week-end to send its a 103 percent donation pledge. Commencing June 1 the

ice this is xnonBlum campaign over the 100 percent ALL HANDS ARE remindedthat store will be open Tuesday

ey in the bank. You receive an mark. NARTU, with an amazing all proceeds from the cam- through Saturday 0900-1500. Eight eagle-eyed) Fighter

education at the expense of total of 140.2 percent in pledges, The store will be closed Sunday Squadron 43 pilots were notified -
paign, which is the only one con- this week that they had
the government and have hun- is the only other command toI I ducted here annually, go to the I Monday and legal holi won Navy "E" awards for
dreds of ways of furtheringthat United Fund-Community Chest, days.
reach or surpass 100 percent. their accuracy in air-to-air
education if you chooseto and the Navy Relief Society.
OTHER COMMANDS made fine i gunnery.The .
do so. advancements in percentage Those who have not contributed eight winners, Lt. (jg)
This is the opinion of Rob- their share, as prescribed by Slonebcrg Tops' Walton Smith, Lt. Robert El-

ert Blum, AD2, as he reenlistsfor standings, with the Naval Air the recommended pay level sta. AE School Class shire, Comdr. John R. Dierker

six years. Blum is attached Technical Training Center push tus table, still have plenty of (VF-43's skipper), Ensign Rus-

to Overhaul and Repair department ing the 100 percent goal with time to do so. Military and civil- Charles Stoneberg, AEAN, was sel Barnhart, Lt. (jg) Donald

J7.2 percent, followed by NAS ian personnel can either pay their the honor student in last week's Sommer, Lt. (jg) Harold Well
Mickey Smith, AM2, also Naval donation in full or pledge it overa man, Lt. Robert Howard and En.
Jax, 91.5 percent; Hospital, graduating class from AviationElectrician's
with 0 & R, looked the field 83 Fleet Air Eleven payment period. sign William Berner, earned their
percent; .
over before deciding to choose 70.1 percent, and NAS Cecil Mate School ClassA awards during a U. S. Atlantic
BC-BS Payments Due the Naval Air Technical Fleet Air Force
the Navy as a career. Field at Competitive Exercise -
... 50.6 percent.Breakdowns
r'" .v "Things are within three com- Blue Cross and Blue Shield Training Center. He has been assigned .

!+ tight on the mands have been submitted this. policy holders are reminded that!I to the Naval Air Missiles The exercise was conducted

outside," said week Fleet Air Jacksonville lists monthly payments are due Mon-: Test Center, Point Mugu, California at where'Guantanamo the Bay,Falcons"of Cuba, _
seven units under its wing who day and Tuesday, May 16 and 17. : for duty. "Fighting
Mickey. VF-43 spent the month of
claim 100 percent or more. Theyare ,
never know VU-4 with 140 percent; Fleet April undergoing gunnery.

r L.y:.... what to expect, Detachment ComFairJax, 134 per- training
Two of the VF-43 award win-
b : and everytime cent; VC-62, 110 percent; Fasron i
; .. ners earned two "E's" apiece. Lt.
think Six, 107 percent; FAWTULANT,
Smith you you 102 percent; FaetuLant, 102 per- (jg) Wellman and Lt. (jg) Smith
have a pretty good deal lined cent and VF-43,101 percent. won one of their awards at 15,.

up someone else with more A BREAKDOWN in depart- 000 feet and the other one at 25-,

.. (Please Turn to Page 8,'Col. 4)) ments and divisions at NATT- 000 feet.
Center shows these figures: AGO The remaining six sharpshooters

School leads with 97.2 percent, were evenly divided betweenthe
Largest AGO followed by Aircraft Maintenance two altitudes. Comdr. Dierker -
Lt. Elshire and Barn-
89 percent; Supply, 85; Marine
Class To Aviation Detachment, 82; AK hart won their "E's" at 25,000
feet Lt. Howard, Lt. (jg) Som-
School, 81; AE School, 78; Train- -
ing Facilities, 75; AO School, 69; mer and Ensign Berner received
Open MondayPlans Administrative Department, 62; feet.awards for their "hits" at 15,000

were completed this ANP( ) School, 60; NAWS
week to take care of the largest School, 59; Personnel, 50; Dental, Ensign Berner was the squadron's
Aviation Ground Officers 33; and Medical, one percent.A .ky a r high scorer with 86 hits (at
1 'fi't N.Jfi 15,000 feet) out of a p6ssible150..
School class eVer to convene at similar breakdown of NAS
its four-week in
During stay
Naval Air Technical Training Jax shows Legal still ahead with
Cuba, VF-43 totaled 1,030 hours
Center.On 136.5 percent. Next in line are
flight-time and maintained a 97 .
Monday 235 junior officers Industrial Relations, 133.6; Den-

were scheduled to arrive and tal, 116; Special Services, 120.5; per cent availability. .

checking in at the school, Mobile Training Detachment, .
begin "E" WINNERS Fighter Squadron 43's eight Navy liE" winners WEATHER OUTLOOK
according to J. K. A. Bobbitt, 117.4; Chaplain, 112.9; Public pose with one of their F9F-8 Cougar jets after being notifiedof
training officer. Works, 107.7; Medical, 104() .4; Communications their awards this week. Standing are (left to right) LtJg( ) Saturday Partly cloudy, and,
of nine 100.2 Security Walton Smith; Lt. Robert Elshlre; Com dr, John Dierker, skipper; warmer.
The regular 'group ; and Ensign- Russell Barnhart. Squatting are (left to ) Ltjg( ') '
staff officers and instructor 108.6; Fuel Depot, 99.9; Operations Donald Sommer; Ltjg( ) Harold Wellman; U. Robert right and. Sunday Clear, warm and

(Please Turn.To Part S,Col. 5)) 96.9; Overhaul and Repair*, Ensign William Berntr. sunny.


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Two JAX AIR NEWS 12 May 1955

2flJiW8every I SAFETY >H'KNdJY.1

Jt1X I Box Score fm fflh.ftFAMILIES, $ AASWER& O THe
Through }{eio
I Disabling juried
: Thursday N a\7 and Mann actmiles at Naval Air
.Stalk>.. .radJQI'1,1I1 *U. N&- JukM""k Tuesday, May It ADMINISTRATION' EVERY PAY...

Cfcpt. John S. Th rB ...rvr M nriinP omcor This Month t
Would it be possible for a
Uxadr. John N. Mtra J\e\ulhe Olllcer Q-- ---
Fleet Air J.el,.aill. This Year '7 veteran to receive Public Law 16training' Q-A. friend of mine, w 1OIt'l\

Rear Aam. John Perry I.. _.. .- 1 .l'flmm.ndl'r Days Since Last if he has a service-con veteran,_ waited four mouths I"e-
Capt. Richard O. Urecne -. .._ l.'hltt Of Start fore applying for
Lost-Time Accident 7 Korean <;a
ned Air Wi.a t.lnu: nected disability not severe en- tejw:
Capt. Edwin J. S. 'Yet ns .. .-t... ..-.._._....._. Commander ough to warrant any payment of insurance, and he was toM t that
Coradr. frank D. Heycr 1.111d! staff: OfflcerNatral he was too late, and had
Alt Ttckkical Triliicc r eater compensation 1AN'o. missed
Capt Il"nry C. rv t.onJ_ t'nmmamiinff Officer One of the legal re- i the deadline. What is the deadline .
Coudr. !;dw and W. n' hop Vvrrntu:: ofttccr for this
NUll "..,Ual quirement for Public Law 1C getting llUIul'ance'A'I1te
Capt. Edward, C. Kenney r ..,. ..,......Commanding Officer M rompennable fterrleefonnerted deadline' ts 10
Capt. I* A. Newton ..- ., L J::x e\uthe Ufticcr a dat
NAaTU disability.! Another requirement from date of dl cli.irge." Thin
Capt. Wilson R. Bartett *_... .. ...i'mm. manning Officer I I.. a nerd for trainingto deadline usually is a day ,
Couxlr. Laurence Jo'. Sleffcohatcn L. ,.. .-, ---Executhe: onicer r v<
overcome the handicap .f the short of four month
The JAX Am N WS ts published meekly at the U. S. Naval Air Rtatto... 0 .s t
JaeksoBillle. )Florida and piinttd commercially: with non-approprlatcd funds disability.Q
at oa npcnc* to the government arrl compliance to ltl tt NAVKXOS KG lev. -..Is there a "ceiling" -on combined Adm.
Nor. 1945. Copies sre distributed ct ebrce at the Naval Air Station, the Switzer
Naval Air Terlmlral Training Center, Naval Air Reserve 'raining Unit and the. wages and GI allowance for ,
U. S. Naval HosultaL on-the-Job trainIng -.
veterans taking
Editor-Andrew H. Planey CNATT TO
Au't Editor-Beda Moore; Stall ItI'poftf'fl.-Jack: Holmes, PHI; Nancy under the Korean GI Bill ? ,
IT MM. SN. Yet the "ceiling" applies
t A- ;
Tho.JAX AIR NEWS It a member nt the Ar l.d Torres Cress Service.
AFP3 Material appeasing'in! Ibis publication may not be repilnled without 150 only to on-the-jo trainee u.- Inspect CenterThe
the written permission of Armed Forces preu Sen ice flr publication of other .the Korean GI BilL It doe
Matter, eaeept by ten Ice publications la prohibited without pel-mission of der
Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. not apply to veterans-l other advance inspection party
Editorial: offices located Main Administration Bulldlrr. Phone extension
9349.; 218 and >8164.Going. types of training. The "celling"is of Rear Adm. Wendell G. SM iu-
$31 ft month.' When training er and his staff will arrive Sun
14 wage and teteran'a allowance day from Naval Air Station
Overseas Soon? "
together exceed that amount Memphis for the annual admin

the veteran's! allowance will be istrative inspection at the Naval .
Learn To Be Tolerant! cut to bring the total within Air Technical Training CVn-

the $310 maximum. ter.
Your family could number among the 70,000 dependents of 130
servicemen who will set up homes in foreign countries within\ the Admiral Switzer is scheduled

next six months. [NAVY WIVESCOR'N to arrive Tuesday or Wednesday -
and will hold an inspection
"Join the Navy and see the ,,'world the Navy's promise to you 'of all personnel at the Training\ :
many "tours" ago, now brings with it a dividend. You and 'your 120 E RAt Center Thursday morninp. MJV

family may be lucky enough to be assigned a two-years' sojournon 19.
4th meeting
the May
foreign shores.Automatically .
Navy Wives Club the entertain- All ship's company juppox'.
and unofficially you, your wife, and your children ment chairman announced a school, and Marine personnel
immediately become Uncle Sam's "ambassadors of good will." 110 dance to be held in the Flagler will be included in the imp('('.

From the moment you step from MSTS to foreign soil, all eyes room of the Seminole Hotel on tion. A 22-man team will give

are upon you; every word and every action are not yours as an Saturday, May 21. NATTCenter the entire Training Center a
individual but are the attributes of an American. In a few weeks Serenaders .will provide music going-over and then furnish

you begin to realize what it means to be an American. What you for dancing from 2000. comments in a critique for officers -

have accepted in the past without a thought as to heritage and 00 Three new members took the concerned at the completion -

what you can do now through one of the most important channels club pledge-Marilyn Saul. Kay of the inspection.Rear .

of public relations gradually unfolds. Botthof, and Ethel Sheff. Refreshments Adm. Switzer has been

TOU ARE TilE AVERAGE American meeting thousands of were served after the assigned to the position of Chic

average Englishmen, Germans, French, Italians, Spaniards, Greeks, o meeting adjourned. The next reg- Naval Air Technical Training
Turks, Japanese, and so on to every corner into which our countrymen ularly scheduled meeting will beheld since June 30, 1953, with headquarters -

are sent. The friends'you nfake are friends for your coun- On May 18. in Memphis.

try."What do I want them to think of America?" you ask. You 80 Station; Becomes Member

make excuses for some of your colleagues who are not as wise or
as quickly enlightened as you. You bite your tongue when you
find yourself expounding our method of education versus theirs.. Of Wise Owl Clubareas.

You become cognizant of a fine balance between exemplifying the i

American ideals as opposed to "singing our own praises." 70 The eyes have it Another .

You will learn that even when they ask, .peoples of other first for NAS Jax i In the past year at leas! jW e

nations do not want to be told their education opportunities are As of now, the Station is a Overhaul and Repair employees

lacking, their cooking is bad, their kitchens are 50 years behind chapter member of the Wise Owl have rung up the necessary qualifications -

ours, and their sanitation needs American clinical aspects. These 60 Club of America, an organization and their applications
peoples do not want to be made over, especially by those who do sponsored by the National will soon be processed by the

not seem to want to get anything out of their philanthropy except Society for the Prevention ct Wise Owl Club Comm Ittre
satisfaction in making the world a better place in which to live. Blindness. Charles Able, IRD Safety Engineer -
is chairman, assisted i IV>
THIS DOES NOT MEAN you will come home disgruntled 50 Acting on an instruction: issued Ruth Mundin industrial nuie,

with other peoples. As your duty on foreign shores draws to a by the Office of Industrial Rela- and Comdr. J. C. Wootton, production
close, you may tire of being the guest in their country. You may tions, Department of Navy, Wash- manager at O & R.
want to become axrusaderSor the freedom have learned ington D. C.
even you advising that here- Wise Owl Clubs have been establIshed
means America or you may give up entirely and count the days 40 after the cost of individual mem in every state tn the

when you shall be leaving for home. Above all, you will have berships will be paid by the Federal Union and throughout Canada.It .

learned to become an American, a real "flag-waver." Government on recommendation was organized in 1947 in SI.

YOU WILL HAVE ENJOYED your experiences shared with of the employing agency Louis as the result of an idea

your family-the little shopping expeditions at the markets, the where a chapter is located, NAS dropped into a suggestion box.EYES .
weekend trips into the country, the holidays spent in other coun. 30 Jax is the first Naval establish-

tries, the misunderstandings with your landlord, the acquaintances ment to be granted a charter.

and friends made all along the way. Application for the charter was
made in awareness that accidents -
After the first delight at being "home" has dulled, nostalgic eye
industry every
thoughts of those experiences come and go. 20 year are a major factor in preventable -

Your enriched perspective has made you a true American! blindness.
-- em-

1 Good Conduct AEA( ) School Honors I 10 for ployee membership of the Station in the is Wise eligible Owl

Medals To Five Taken By Gouheatix Club-providing he can prove y J
that at the time of an accident,
Richard Goubeaux, AECA, was '
Al Center one or both his eyes were saved
the honor student in last week's by his wearing protective equipment -
Five persons were cited for graduating class from Aviation NN .

Good Conduct Medals last week Electrician's Mate School ClaM B : There is absolutely no cost to
by Capt. Henry C. DeLong, commanding at NATTCenter.Chief t t an employee to become a Wise

{ officer of the Naval Air Owl. He doesn't even have to ft..<...r.>>>to.v.w...w.'.. .
i, Technical Training Center. Goubeaux, who joined the for the protective pay WISE OWL MEMBFfr
F Navy in 1046 haa been ordered to L equipment,
', Receiving awards were Jessie which is issued by the Slur Howard Luck employed ;

) Spradlin Jr., SN, Special Services; .VF-121, NAS Mirjunar, for doty. Shops located in O & R; Supply Safety and Machine Repair} department Shop of Overhaul, hold
: Gambrel) CS1 Commia- Honor student in Aviation Ord- ;
Ralph Public Works ldlD*
Navy Jacksonville ; and various fleet la his hands parts .f a rr ? !
ft nary Donald Kirkner, ATCA, nancexnan School, das A was units. All that is required by the wheel which exploded while be
| NAWS School; Rowland Sthneie John Wlng e rter; AOAN, who Consolidated Charity Safety Shops is that this protec- was operating It. The fad that
ADI!, Operations;: aad Wave joined the Navy lees than a ;Yeai'al'Oo Drive tive equipment is Lack was wearing safety LJtk tor.' .
Standings worn whenever gle saved his eyesight
Vivian Selden Chester DT3 Dental Wlngerter will report to VF144 -
an employee is performing his will he one of the first 1It81'
at Alameda, Calif., for duty. As Of May S. near hazardous job hers to he Initiated late the
operations or Wise Owl Club ef AJIM'rlf.a.Poge .


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12 May 1955 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

FAW-11 VP-16, VP-18. Fasron 109, VP-5 VW4. VF-103. VF-104 Report Adm. Perry

I Jacksonville Inspects 4 :

Scontinij i lien SquadronsFAW11

Staff -- Fleet Units I :

The Staff softball team broke I wings. The crew have been tak- Rear Adm. John Perry, Com ..j'

out of the doldrums, with a 21-7 ing, and will be taking for the mander Fleet Air Jacksonville, .
took a close look at the personneland
victory over ComFairJax. While"Easy" next few weeks,*the planes up and
of four of his
working spaces
Ed Price was chucking ;
down the East Coast
putting on fleet squadrons stationed at NAS '
eight-hit ball, his teammates were
"flybys" and static demonstra Jax and NAS Cecil Field last i
piling up the runs. Ron Brown :
lions at the weekend during a swift four-
P2V-7's for all kindsof a
led the way at the plate with a "

home run, three-bagger, and a dignitaries at this and many i hour inspection tour. 1
< Three of the units, Fleet Aircraft -
single. foreign countries. Next week the
Service Squadron She, .
William L. Allen, ALl!, and traveling road show extravaganza Fighter Squadron 43 and Composite ,

Gerald J, Stalnaker ALAN, re- opens in Norfolk for the NATO Squadron 62, are home-

ported TAD to the staff message Council is based at NAS Jax, The other

center. Allen comes from VP-16 -* \ squadron, Fleet Aircraft Service!
and Stalnaker from VP-5. .4
Fasron 109 4 : : Squadron Nine, is stationed on

Wing Commander, Capt. E. J. Comdr. Robert P. Williams re- board NAS Cecil Field,

S. Young, and most of the staff, lieves Comdr. Rolland L. Has 1f- '" + Termed "one of the most inclusive

completed a 10 day "swing" treiter as commanding officer at : fleet inspections ever conducted -

through the Caribbean: while inspecting a change of command ceremonyon \ ..) here" by naval officials at

; : Wing squadrons and May 5. Comdr. Hastreitcr ex < t the two naval air stations, the

Fasrons based at, Panama and pressed to all hands, his appreciation ; '"t : inspection moved from squadronto

Trinidad. At the risk of offendingthe for the fine cooperationhe : squadron with clock-like pro.

local Chamber of Commerce, received while Fasron "*.kipper "'i.-f.t :r' J\ .,J t 'A cision. Over 1,000 officers and .

we must report that the Staff ." men participated in the inspec
REVIEWED Rear Adm. John Perry, Com-
found Jax much wanner on their ,
Good conduct medals were tion. ,
mander Fleet Air Jacksonville, carefully checks the personal appearance -
return than they found either of awarded Edward S. Kuhrt, DC1, of Fasron Six: personnel during an inspection tour of four At the conclusion of the four-

the two "tropical" bases. (his third), Barney L. Price, YN, fleet squadrons last weekend. Squadrons inspected, in addition to hour tour Admiral Perry designated -

Lcdr. L. R. Heron, staff electronics I (also a 3rd award), and to BobbyL. I Fasron Six, were VF-43, VC-62 based at NAS Jax and Fasron 109 Cool Field's Fasron 9 as
Cecil Field
at NAS
officer, has received ordersto : Williamson, AD3; John H. "the- best! unit I have seen today."

NATTC Jax, and is to be detached Waldrop, AN; Josie L. Thomas, ADAN to AD3; Lester Hat ton, .

some time in July. Also in i and Rudolph Saak Jr., both SN AD3 to AD2; Needham Jones, Telephone Center OFF/cC 'sC

receipt of orders is Lt. Russell K. Mansel Garrett, and Ralph P. AK3 to AK2; Willard Leeper, Lists New HoursThe

Gernhofer, who will report as Hall, both SN, were discharged ADAN to AD3; Eugene Litman, telephone center locatedin

Lcdr. Heron's relief from Fasron this past week. Garrett returnsto AN to AE3; Charles McDonald,
Building:! 517 in the NATT-
115 at Trinidad. AOAN to A03; Norman Miller,
Baileyton, Ala., while Hall becomes Center area is noopen at
AOAN to AD3; Kenneth Moody,
a civilian in Viper, Ky. regular hours from 1530-2230
vr16May Welcomed aboard was BenJa- AMAN to AM3; Donald Rut, PR-
Monday through Friday;
: 21 has been set as the date min J. Jules, AD2, from NATTC, AN to PR3; Clement Verdeur, 1700 Saturdays and 0900..230Sunda's.

for the squadron "family" picnic. Pensacola. Congratulations were PNSN to PN3, and Robert Zan- ue

All hands are being encouragedto extended to Julius F. Davis, AE1, ninl, AMAN to AM3.
r ... .. .
bring the "wife and kids. whose name recently appeared on --- --- -- -- -
Three lean and looking \'P-5 nee was guided through the
hungry the BuPers list for ATC
Lunch served daily 1130 to
of 'VW-4 pilots -
squadron a
"jaygees" D. L. Satterfield, S Welcome aboard to F. C. Br on. by group
I and later given working
R. O. Wirt, and P. H. Baxter have VF-J4 IOn, AMC; E. S. Dorsett, ATC; R. were 1300.Dinner
I displays of the squadron's dice! served daily 1830 to
returned to "civilization" after Ernest A, Fonch, SD2, was recently P. Erwin, AEAN, and G. 1, Stal 2030.
tropics by technicians and
having completed survival school ; awarded the Navy Com naker, ALAN, new arrivals at gear
electricians of {I Ida activity.The Pool hours arc 1030 to 1800
In the last inning, VP-16 Eag- mendation medal for his courag- VP-5 during: the past few weeks.
daily and 1200 Sunday.
field trip was made by the
letts edged out a rugged NAS I eous actions during the USS Ben- Congratulations are in Older for Coming again is the
Florida Univeisity personnel in an your way
Communicationsteam, 10-9. nington disaster of May 26, 1954. Ensigns L. G. Sheets, and Fred effort to learn more of VW'smissIon Happy Hour on this Friday the
Congratulations were extendedto The amount of "brass" in the llonlgman on their promotions to
and their use of electronics 13th, between the hours of 1600
D. L. Saugstead, D. L, Satter- squadron has taken a leap with Lt (Jff). through 1COO.
in hurricane leconnala-
field, II. C. Reiher and H. D. Ham Lt. W. G. Schulden; Lt. R. L. The squadron softball teRm Is I 1 gear This Saturday affords another
mon, upon their donning the silver Schexnayder, and Lt. F. M. Lover beginning to shape up after a not Reporting aboard VW-4 just in chance to enjoy the pleasure and

bars> of Lt. (jg). recently selected to add an. too Impressive start Their 2-3 charming of those
time for hurricane season are Rob- company very
Also congratulated were R. L. Other half stripe. record in the City league and 2.2 I
sociable ladies who makeup
eit E. onntfort, AI<;t, and Don young
Jenison, AE2; R. A Kraska, AE3; Adding a chevron are: Leonard in the Malnslde league doesn't reflect aId W. Shea, CS2. the Career and College Girls

R. J. Krantz, AT3; J. T Kennedy, Campbell, AMAN to( AM3; John the couple of squeekers they S Committee sponsor of our

AT3; C. R. Jones, AN, and R. A. Cline, ADAN to AD3; Curtis lost. Lack of timely hitting has VF-103 Stars and Bars party each Satur

Brown, AOAN, all of whom will Cram. AN to AM3; Joseph Dorn,!been the big: problem Twelve men of Fighter( Squadron day evening from 1630 to 1930.

be advanced in rate on May 16. AMAN to AM3:!; Eugene: Dunbar, S 103 received Good Conduct Johnny Jelinek and his orchestrawill

Welcomed aboard were W. C. AM3 to AM2; William Gurley, VW-4 for
Medals during a personnel inspec play dancing.
Bill" Scarborougoh, AOC, and The Hurricane Huntem were I tion of the squadron. Those men On Sunday as per usual is the
O. L. Penny AEAN. Chief Scar- Supervisors Meet\
host to of electrical en-
a group receiving their first awards were Sandwich Luncheon, 1100-1700
borough who comes to sea duty National Association /ginering students and professorsfrom followed by Buffet Dinner
The of Supervisors Richard Bowman, AM3; Donald our ,
from the Tech Training Command
is well known to local Local No. 11 will hold the, University of Florida recently Gurley, AN; Coy Piercy, AM2, 1830 2030.Monday .

golfers. He was last year's station its regular meeting at 1930 and Roger Wood, AD3. Club Closed.
The party of 0 college seniors second Fun, food and prizes again this
champion, and was winner in 12 at the YWCA Those receiving
Thursday May
and five headed by that
professors, Tuesday night, at enjoyable
awards were: Beryle Hartley,
golf matches in the south-
many 325 East Duval St. All members
Dr. Marius LaTour, head of the I' Number Game
eastern area. AM3, and Donald Hubbard, AD2.
I are urged to attend. Department of Electrical Engi- I Those receiving their third If you'd like a good heaping

VP-18 awards were: Leonard Bostic, plate of some delicious spaghettiand

For the first time in many r I ---r' H+ AE1; and Billy Taylor, ATI. meat balls with unlimited
: : refills, make it a date to attend
be commended
weeks, all hands of VP-18 are These men are to

back home. The last few crews .. :. for their highly i I exemplary the 0' Club this Wednesday eve
have recently returned from San > .... Viz.: ..'J ".:' f achievement. ning. This is a repeat of a pre.

",. !:"' S S viously successful Wednesday
Juan. Now since the squadron Is
evening dollar dinner.
reunited, the next thing of imme VA104VA10t
Popular request brings to the'O'
celebrated its third
diate concern to all the VP18'ersig .
N.Es Club Arthur Murray and hi
the coming administration inspection birthday on May 1 giving the
dancing lessons, ten dollars for
and teaching the crews eight remaining plank owners a
ten lessons, sponsored by the
day off. The men that enjoyedthis I
the new tricks of flying the P2V- '
Officers Wives Club (classes for
celebration were D. W. Bone,

7's.In preparation for the big Inspection AD3; E. O. Brehme, PR2; A E. beginners and advanced stu

"Operation Personnel In Grell, ADC; N. C. Landers, AN; dents.

spection" was held last Saturdayby G. G. Smith, AN; J, R. Thrasher, Thursday is Family Hour at the

the skipper, Comdr. John T. AN; L. II. Ware, ADC; and D. L. Bar, cocktails for the ladies and
at reduced 1800
gents prices -
Witchie YN3.
Straker. The operation was declared -
a success. '# The squadron has settled downto til 1900.

There is an old saying, "There'sno s the work at hand with all its Planning; Ahead Dean Hud
son and his band will be at the
business like show business"and aircraft and pilots aboard. The
'O' Club for a one hour cocktail
situation has been fairly fluid
for a bunch of amateurs, VP-
18 seems to have become quite a since the return to conus before dance on May 25th, 1730-1830.

group of showmen. VP-18 opened Christmas. There were five air- Ladies Only

last week in Norfolk and Atlanta 4 ; craft with operation "Teapot" for Wednesday-18th Air Group
USAFI COMPLETION Certificates .f completion of USAFI weeks mini One wives luncheon.
and the show must have! beena over seven plus a ,
awarded four
their Naval knowledge were enlisted -
hit because we have "com- courses men enhancing at the Naval Air Technical Training Center by Ensign mum of five other aircraft at Thursday-19th -VP-3, wives '

mand performances" coming up Mary Andersen, Education it Information officer. Left to right are: Quonset Point undergoing changes. luncheon; VP-5, wives luncheon;

for weeks to come. Everyone, Herman Singleton, All, air tondiUoftJncl' George Blesslngrr, Git, The HOWGOZIT curve looks Air Group Three, wives luncheon;

wants to see the new planes with Deason television AOC: Ensign, mathematics.Andersen;College, Naval and, AEI other{ television courses; Jay are a little better after flying 660 NATTC, wives,coffee at' 1000; All

those iron pipe hanging from the among the many offered through the E ft I office. hours in Apr\l. luncheons scheduled\ for ;<300.iLi1i .:

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I ,- Byrd Trip Planes Outfitted HereContinued I Contest Model Airplane At Craig FieldThe

......-.....--.._. Flying Rebels Model Air-
( From Page 1)) .t plane Club under the sponsorshipof .

heating unit which emits 150,000BTU's. the Jacksonville Junior Chamber

The heater takes fuel from 1 of Commerce will conduct the
annual Dixie States Model Air No matter how close of a unity
the plane's main tank and the air ,
h .. .: plane Contest Sunday, May. 15, exists among a group of people
is pumped through the plane via .Y',I..} from 0900 to 1700 at .Craig Field. each individual has a distinctpersona1ity.

overhead ducts. One feature of f Y 4 Yt :Model builders from 'all parts .

tbe heating unit is the defrostinghose '1 ,, tt pf deorgia and. Florida are expected To prove a point we ask you to

attached to the duct and i to compete in: stunt, combat sit just 6ne night in the topside
.tI and speed events for 33 tro- lounge and view the passersby.We .
used to defrost the windows of d .
phies. The stunt event will be did, and here is what wp saw.

the "bath!. tub" which holds the judged for skill in loops, figure The athlete-she eats, sleeps

cameras. Defrosting of the windows t 8's, inverted flying and landings. and talks sports. On a date she

of the pilots cabin is made Combat entries will receive is apt to ramble off the hitting

possible too, with use of a,_tube t points for cutting 6-foot streamers average of any or all major
with holes which shoots hot air on the opponent's model leaguers. The athlete may be deadon

onto all surfaces of the glass. ,.. \. ., plane. In this event crashes occur' her feet but mention a game

THE INSIDE of the R4D is be- I .;,'; often. Speed trials will be con- of catch or a sprint around the
nag double insulated with special .i,. ducted in the morning while block and watch her come to life
material. The inner layer is simi- -T stunt, scale, and combat will be The Intellectu11-Usually the

Jar to housing insulation and the held in the afternoon. wearer of horr -rimmed glasses, ,
outer is similar to leather .. Local flyers will compete in all )
cover ........ ..--...- tailored suits, and 2-inch pumps.
upholstering. HELICOPTERS, TOO! One of the four )IOIS-3 helicopters the events. All persons are in. The intellectual when listeningto
Special electronics gear has also being equipped here for the "Deep Freeze" expedition to the Ant- vited to attend. There will be no music, listens to nothing but
been added to the R4D. This ante gets an "inside" overhaul by 0 & R workers. Left to right admission charged. Bach or Mozart, when reading,
are Herbert Crawford, Robert Famish and Carol Coleman.
Hear is strategically placed. Gyro reads only Proust, Hemmingway
instruments are electrically operated part of the time operating away q ;< < ;' and Faulkner. When she speaks
; :
since cold air causes from the base of operations in :; :, I which isn't too often, it's way
bearings of the usual air operated Little America and thus have received over the average human's head.

instruments to congeal.The a new intricate cold weather .. .' :,': The Liberty Gal-she breezes
will be able to work engine-starting system. : ;,: i. :; '
crews ts :i ii by you at 1630 every night, not
with more comfort in the R4D The helicopters also possess to be seen until 1630 the follow-

with the installations of an oxy- photographic facilities, ,auxiliary i ing evening on her way out

gen system, which is not nor- power, heating unit, plus many e again. She loves "cat" clothes,
mally carried in such type planes. other special features designed to bop music sends her, and bright

Too, a fairly elaborate inter-com- prepare the crew and craft for yellow or red convertibles are out
munications system has been installed the expedition. of this world.

enabling! the crew to Preparation of the five planes The Stay at Home- You !see
]keep in close touch with each here does not end with equip- her sitting in front of the TV,

other during flight. Wire recorders ping and outfitting. 0 & R test s. VA P. J.'s on, munching a sandwich,

have been added as an pilots put the planes through eyes glued to the set.
aid in making notes of observations
their before they are de.
paces Phone rings; people talk; she
without use of pencils dur- Glared icady. Then they will
glares; interrupting l her TV pro-
ing cold operations.. again bo tested by the actual s: gram is a capital wrong.

AN EYE HAS ALSO been cast crews who are to man them dur- The Home-maker She rushes

to fuel consumption. Special ing "Deep Freeze. These crews V,G viw.4 gr by pots and pans in hand, readyto
tanks have been placed in the are expected to be in Jacksonville 'z : whip her favorite meal.
center of the fuselage and cover- sometime this weekend. ........... -:! ...... Later our up little home-maker en
ed so as to make accessibility to FIGHTING DEADLINE These specialists at 0 & It team to she just
the pilot's compartment easier. put one of the Byrd expedition R4D's into shape. Note the location ters wearing a new gown
of the oil coolers! near the top of the nacelle. Normally coolersare zipped together.Put .
Crews of the R4D transport- on the bottom. However, during previous expeditions, coolers in a dash of the athlete, a
type plane will be able to snap were damaged by flying snow and ice encountered during take- bit of the intellectual, a speck of

photos for map purposes during off and landing the liberty gal, just a notch of

flight by way of an intricate tri- the stay at home, and a little
mctrigon !system which can catch Fuel Depot Jo ins Charity more of the home-maker. The
two obliques and one vertical
result-a composite Wave, fun to
view, all operated by remote con- Call WithoutNo Prodding know and a joy to be with.
t trol. The cameras are set into a D Anne Simmons, AK3, of NATT- I

special unit cut into the "belly"of if.P' i one is sure how the Navy 47, the Navy Fuel Depot has Center, a member of the Crack
the craft and which the 0 & R t Fuel Depot at Trout River was always borne its full part in erjax All-Navy basketball cham-

workers here" have dubbed "the overlooked when quotas were the charitable projects under- pionship team this past season,

bath tub. made up for the various com- taken by the Navy. will be transferred Monday to
To give the R4D more take-off NAS North Island, San Diego.
power in the ice and snow, jato mands participating in the Becky Hciler leaves Friday for

racks, holding four "bottles" and Navy Crusade for Charity, but Hospital Corps Wave School at

adding 4,000 pounds additional personnel of the Depot are not Bainbridge, Md. Becky has been

thrust, have been installed at 0 ones to sit back and brood attached to the Infirmary whileat
& R. Skis have also been added ertt Jax.
about such matters.
during the planes' overhaul at Ensign Mary Anderson of the
Instead, Lcdr Leonard Vick. =NOTE-
the Naval Air Station. Education and Information divi
ers officer-in-charge of the ,
Once all the equipment is in. sion at NATTCenter, will join
stalled here, the crew goes to Fuel Depot, appointed Noble instructor
the staff at AGO School as an
Sunday night patio dance
Jordan fire chief, to attend
work to complete the job. For with the incoming 240-
T" was a big success. Keeping the
the Crusade's "kick-off" meetingf i
better recognition and visibilitythe
officer class.Wedding .
t pool on Dance Night also
Jordan says he witnessedthe
has wing tips
plane orange Bells: Jane Esther
made happy.It .
and tail, white top, and silver DEFROSTING UNIT One United 'Fund-Community everyone Huertas, SN, will wed Charles
wings and "belly." of the innovations aboard one Chest information film shownat was noted that a lot of new
Calvin Saturday morningat
TO SHOW THAT' the Navy of the R4D's. being readied at the meeting, and heard the chiefs came out for the Mother's ,
1000 in St. Edward's Catholic
0 & R for the Byrd expedition!
enthusiasm of Naval officials, Day Dinner with mom and the
thinks of special
everything, covers is this defrosting hose. The Chapel.
which fit over the wings while hose, held by employee Jim employees and solicitors, and kids. Everyone enjoyed the good A hearty welcome to the five
the plane is in storage are being Burns, is attached to the over- came away from the meeting old }home cooking that came out Waves and four Women Marines
head heating duct and is usedto determined to make the influ- of the Galley. It was overheardthat
made by the Jax 0 & R fabric defrost windows who.reported aboard for Airman
camera on ence of the Depot felt in the a lot of the folks were plan-
shop. the side and in the specially Preparatory School this week.
The helicopters, which are expected built "bath tub" .for cameras.Employees' final accounting.At ning to make it a regular Sunday Waves are June Loy, Cynthia

to play an important part FederationSets the present moment the affair to have dinner and stay Courtney, Nettiemae Freeman,
In the "Deep Freeze" operationare Depot is 99.99 percent pledgedof for the dance afterwards The Barbara Caton, Carolyn Day and
also receiving an elaborate Meeting TonightThe its quota. All that is need- Club has a Kiddy Dinner for half Lois Grass, all SA's. Jan Phillips,

Jilting. The whirlybirds are beIng American Federation of ed now is the small'sum 'of price. Geraldine Rawlins, Breyan Lit

equipped with Jhe same double Government Employees, Lodge $6.00 to reach the coveted fig Game night ia i Tuesday and ton and Emma Ivey, all Pvts., are
insulation material and also ure Of 100 percent. There prizes are interesting. The Gal- the Women Marines here for
No. 696, as a member of the
contain rpecial electronics gear. Northeast Florida Council of seems to be little doubt thatit ley is featuring 75 cent 'dinner school.A .
The helicopters, according to will be reached. specials.
AFGE Lodges, extends an invita-
Navy officials, will be for a good tion to all Government employeesto In spite of its small staff of I Don't forget: on May 16th there typical modern jet fighter
will be about 16 new chiefs at contains enough electrical wiringto
:Millionaire: "My boy, when I attend a meeting in the DAY complete the electrical circuits
the Club. A little social affairis
Hall 16 East Duval Street at WEEKEND TIDE
wa your age, I carried water for of 38 six-room houses.
planned to welcome the new
2000 12.
a gang of bricklayers. 111611 LOW
Son:' "I'm mighty proud of you, O. E. Myers, National Vice- A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. members into the fold. meeting them in person.

DAd. If It luuin't been for your President of AFGE, Fifth Dis- FrL,, ... 12:18:. 5:58 6:05: Speaking of new chiefs the club Don't forget there will be t
pluck and perseverance, I might trict and Joseph Reams, a repre Sat. 12:36: '1:10: G49; 7:05 wishes to extend best; wishes and dance every Sunday night on the
have had to do something like sentative from the National Office Sun. '1:28: 2:05: 7:42 '8:08: congratu'latlons'to'the'new mem patio and in case of .rain it, will
l that m't'etr[:' will be the guest speakers.: bers and is looking' forward to be held Inside. *



12 May 1955 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five \ ;

-- -- !t /> ,'... t<,' 1 ,< : <,l"O, I '.....- Iffllli n .111 99 Of 102 At :
55,834 PO ';"""" L. k" : : ': 1

.. AE School Earn : :

Airman Ratings ';

w: With an average of 93.7 percent ,.

promotion in airmen, last month's
Exactly 2,484 promotions to class from Aviation Electrician'sMate

chief ratings and 53,250 advances School Class A set a new* .
te other petty officer ratings will record at the Naval Air Technical .

take place this year, the Bureau Training. Center, the Education
of Naval Personnel has announced. and Information Office announced .

last week. '
Beginning on May 16, CPO pro Of 102 airmen apprentices 'who

niotions will be made in five took the examinations, 99 successfully -

groups: 535 on May 16; 492 on ALL AIRMEN NOW Ninety.nine out of 102 students In Aviation Electrician's Mate School passed.
July 16; 491 on Sept. 16; 479 on Class A at the Naval Air Technical Training Center advanced from Airman Apprentice to Airmanin Most of the students came to
Nov. 16, and 487 on Jan. 16, 1956. a mass promotion as a result of recent examinations. The croup, which holds the highest percentage the Training Center as airmen
of promotions made at the the airman forms the school's Insignia
Training Center In class, proudly -
These lists will include 57 persons apprentices from Airman Schoolat
in 17 "closed" rates for -- Norman, Okla. Their grades
which no test has been conducted and practical factors from Air.

.ince 1954. Polio Rises 4-Fold at Home; Salk Vaccine For man School were the basis for

Of the 29 first class petty officers their nomination to take the air-
GIs In 1956The
from NAS Jax who took man examinations after six i

the February examinations six who in months as apprentices.
Sharp 1954 Growth AbroadIn Armed Forces,
passed and two Bernice II. the past have led the medical Frank White, ALC, education -

Lamb, EMA1, and Roscoe N. world in immunization as part representative for the AE
( a third of a series of special articles furnishing back Schools
explained that exams
Odum AC1 made the
cap, according of its vast preventive medicine
ground data the of
: on story poliomyelitis, Jax: Air News brines
to Fred Avera; ADC, in its readers some authoritative statistics to digest before the program, will wait until next are the second Tuesday of
charge of NAS Education and In- green light is given for local inoculation.) year to buy Salk Polio vaccine each month. .
formation office. With the confusion accompanying the polio vaccination pro- for servicemen. Seaman and seamen nppren.

From 123 first class petty officers gram of the nation, several critics have pointed out the lack of "The military will not com- tices who have not attended Air

66 passed the examination information given the public. Referring to the cases that developed pete with the civilian market," man Preparatory School at Nor
following the first injection, congressmen, medical experts, and said man are guided in their practical
' for chief at NATTCenter, it was a Pentagon spokesman.
laymen have all mentioned the incubation period of polio as compared "Eventually all factors and given books to study
announced by its office 'Of Edu. per-
cation and Information. Includedin with the time in which antibodies are built up in the blood- i sonnel will be inoculated with by Chief White in changing their
stream'after inoculation, a fact not generally)] emphasized.That the Salk vaccine he said. rates from seamen to airmen.
the group were 23 chief aviation ,

electricians, aviation fire the vaccine is not 100 per- cases in other countries if com- .______ ___ ___ -0> .__ __ Lcdr. O. S. Braddock Jr., train-
cent perfect, but in Dr. Salk's ing officer for AE Schools, was
controlmen, aviation storekccp- paratively high standards of than during 1953.
words "from 30 to 90 percent effective especially proud of the record
ers, ahd guided missilcmcn. health and sanitation are two significant Over three-fourths of the cases
is made by the April examinations.
an aspect which should
A breakdown revealed that 28 facts pointed out by the reported during 1954 in continental
have been elucidated in back-
of.53 who took the examinationsmade Public Health Department. About United States came from two

AEC; one of one made ground material. 35,000 cases were reported in the widely separated areas the

AKC; 7 of 12 made AQC; 8 of S United States in 1953.As Southeast and West Coast States.

10 made ATC; anti 22 of 46 made The Jax Air News hopes that for the incidence rates for Most of the new cases in non- r
in presenting facts and opinions continental facilities were reported
G 'C. the Navy and its dependents, polio -
from reliable sources on various from the Philippine Islands
Of the 53,500 promotions to conditions have shifted geographically -
aspects concerning polio its readers and in Hawaii. SALTY HUMOR FROM
othor petty officer ratings as a i during the last year
will be able to make a wise "While the seasonal peaks in
result of the service-wide exam- from stateside facilities to non-
decision in the near future the same month (August) duringthe
inations in February, the Navy continental activities, accordingto
will promote 5802 enlisted men As the inoculation program for Statistics of Nayy Medicine, 2-year period, the peak was
and women to POI; 19,441 to PO poliomyelitis halts in the name monthly publication of Bureau of reached one month sooner (July) Ardent suitor: "Your eyes fascinate

2; and 38,007 to P03. These will of "extra, precaution," informa- Medicine and Surgery, Navy De- in non-continental areas during me-they're beautiful. I
be made in three increments tion as to where and how the partment. 1954," according to the annual re cnn see dew In them."

May 16, July 16, and Sept. 16. disease appears will add to our S S S port. Girl: "Take it easy, Romeo
background in filling out the -+..-- That isn't' do-that's don't"here's
Chief Avera of NAS points out polio Over SO percent ((193 cases)
that of the 184 second class who picture. A birds-eye view and were reported in 1953 from continental Free Vaccine For photo of
of inci- n my wife. She's
then a "close-up" Navy
went up for re-rate, 62 made the areas and 12 percent ((27))
grade; of the 166 third class, 91 dents are based upon figures from from overseas; however, less than Children the fattest woman I've ever seen.
Military Who's
Public Health Department and that standing' beside her?
were successful. two-thirds ((154)) if the cases reported -
I from Bureau of Medicine and in 1954 were stateside, Don't be frilly, that's Mill my
Promised In FallSince wife!
Surgery. while 28 percent ((68)) were from
Task foreign based activities. Total
Group the armed forces will
receive Little Coy: Ain't
going f to
A fourfold increase in the cases of poliomyelitis increasedin their share of Salk Polio school, tomorrow
number of cases of polio per year 1954 for the fourth consecutive vaccine under nation-wide allocation
Mother: Why not, dear?
201 Headed in the United States since 1939 year in Navy installationswith plans here at
program Little Boy: I 'can't rend 'n' I
and the sharp, steady growth of a total of 240 cases, 9 more NAS Jax, include the immunization can't write 'n' they won't let me

r' y, ., of dependent children of talk-so what's the use?
For CruiseAir ':' military personnel without
,: ':I.. '>;.
: charge, according to an announce- Father: Be a good boy while
Task Group 201, home- :< ii.i; i ,"" ,: ment this week. I'm gone

based at NAS Cecil Field, is As several months may elapse Son: Sure Dad, if you'll pay mea
scheduled to depart from May- before the service allocated vaccine quarter.

port Carrier Basin at noon Sat- arrives, NAS plans to go Father: Pay you? Why, when I

urday for a two-month training *_ I II ahead with its dependent-paid was your age, I was good for
e .
cruise in the Cuba area on board inoculation program as originally nothing.
the aircraft carrier USS Benning- .. planned. It will be adminis- -

ton (CVA-20)). tered in accordance with local, Girl (at her front gate with sal. '

ATG-201 is composed of a Staff, state or area policy regarding priOrity lor): "I'd ask you in for a while,
Fighter Squadron 102; Fighter of age groups. The first priOrity only mother's out and father Is tip-
Squadron 13 and Attack Squad.ron -' has been determined to be 2 stairs with rheumatism of the
105. VF-102 flys F9F-5 Pan (o 11 years of age and expectant legs."

ther jets, VF-13 operates F9F-8 :""" mothers in the Jacksonville area. Sailor: "Both legs?"

Cougar jets, and VA-105 is equip- When the Public Health De- Girl: "Ye"

ped with AD-6 Skyraider propeller partment announces the resump- Sailor: "Then I'll come in."
planes. :. tion of inoculation and when the -

The Bennington, which has +' 4 ., I Special Services order of vaccine "Name?"

been operating in the Jackson. arrives, those who desire the injections "Joe Fopupopupopupopulafi." .

ville area for the past 11 days, and who have purchasedsales "Occupation?" .
Is commanded by Captain W. slips may proceed accord- "I drive a motorboat"
F. Raborn. ance to the schedule of appointmcnts .

Damaged by an explosion while to be announced by the "My dear, what a lovely coat,
he cruised of the eastern coastof .NAS Medical Department. It must have cost a fortune." '
Those who wish to wait for the "No it kiss."
the United States on May 26, only cost a
1954, the carrier has since been k, "no charge" injections and who "The one you gave your husband -
undergoing repairs and modern- have purchased sales slips for the 7""Oh

ization in the New York Naval t .. earlier inoculations may obtain no. One that he gave the

Shipyard.This : ,,' "'''"__ .' .'-,. __ .. .0. ___ ._ n refunds prior to May 14. maid."

work, completed in Aprilof QUEEN SCHEHERAZADE Out of The Arabian Nights to Those personnel who still wishto
this year, included the installation the Marine Corps 'Air Station at Miami comes Queen Schehera- purchase vaccine may do so I Reader: You make up these
of a new canted flight-deck Jade to compare her -flying carpet" with the sleek Jet planesof through Friday, May 13, for dependents -' Jokes yourself? ', '
and. 'a 'new enclosed bow. ,Other Marine Photographic, Squadron 3, Third Marine Aircraft Wing. between ages of 2 to Editor: Yes, indeed, out of,;.my
The Queen, Sharon Frye, will reign at the Opa-Locka Arabian ,
habitability 11 years and for expectant moth head. ;
changes increased the ship's -
Nights Pageant, May 26-28, frowning the new Queen Scheheratade
for her crew. en the final night. Miss Frye holds the title of Miss Miami 1954. ers, states the announcement Reader: You miift be I .


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Page Six SAX AIR NEW 12 May

I I Rods andNimrods I !fE AFPS Roundup SPORTS

Henry Ochoe of 0 & nand t7tt
(ly Armtd F TCM Pr.n S.rvlc' .)
party landed 48 speckled; trout ,
weighing up to 6V4 pounds apiece. r11"lrfd Like old] man river, Bob Feller

They used live shrimp and fished keeps right on rolling along. The

from the Jacksonville Beach pier. Cleveland ace recently chalkedup

Henry says other parties were his 12th one-hitter with a

catching some very nice sized .shutout over the Boston Red Sox
drum.E. 7 And he' only 36 years of age .

II. Garrison of 0 & nand ., ,,', .., Pity the poor sportscaster who
might come across this situationat
his wife boated the limit of shell
)I Michigan State next season:
crackers. They used worms for
center Joe BadaezeuskI the
bait and fished at Doctor's Inlet
ball through quarterback Jim; IS'ui-
Frank Bolin of 0 & R used his owtkl'i legs to the fullback Roc-

fly rod to good advantage by y.. A 2 ;.C..S. >,.f co Marzzorella. Marzzarella fakes
boating two black bass in Good- to right half Walt Konalcyzk and

bys Lake. then passes to end Tony Kolod-

J. C. Knight of 0-. &- R .did. ..ne..w .. ... mica All are Spartan vaisitymen.

some real sportsmen fishing this "COME IN, TilE WATER'S FINE" On these hot summer days there is nothing better than 1st Lt. Hod Richard of Ft. Lee,
past week-end by boating four taking a dip In pool of cool, clear water. In a race to see who was the first man in for 1955, as the Va, and Tit. Martin Engel of Ft.
nice black bass with a top water outdoor swlmmln'lools opened' at Mainside last Tuesday, AI Wheeler, AN, of the Infirmary was Dix, N. J., won medals at the 61st
plug. The bass weighed up to the last a "dirty bird". Shipmates Wheeler are already enjoying their swim as he
prepares to take the plunge Pools are open 1100 to 1930 Tuesday through Saturday .and 1200-1900 Penn Relays held at Franklin
seven pounds. on Sunday. The pools are closed.. on Mondays._ Field in Philadelphia. Richardwon
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Comdr. W E. Henry of Com the 100-yard dash in 97 seconds -

FairJax fished this last weekendat 11-Pound Bass and Engel captured the hammer

Deep Creek near Federal throw event with a toss of

Point and Hastings, Fla. He used 183T' "''11I Santee and 1M
Top Catch In
live shiners and landed a six Fred Dwyer of Ft. MacArthur,

pound bass. Calif., finished first and second

.Comdr. E. G. Eldridge of Fas- Civilian ContestAn respectively: in the mile contest at

ron 6 fished in Lake Grandin the Drake Relays in Des Moines.
this last weekend and boated 11 pound fourteen ounce Santce's timet:08.4.: Bryan
black, bass caught with a spinning -
who died
some nice bass that weighed up Thompson recently as
rod on a mirro lure in st.John's ,
to 7V4 pounds. They used live a result of Injuries received in bill
shiners for bait. County was good enoughto first pro bout, was the 1951 Air
win first place in the men's Force middleweight champion i
Best times for fishing this weekend division the month of '
during Ap- Hospital Operations when he was at Sampson APB,
are as follows: ril, it was announced by the Sta- I N. Y.
Saturday, 14th 0530 to 1300 tion's Black Bass Fishing Contest 1 '
Frank Jackson, 55 AU- rmy
and 1700 to 1930. Committee.
heavyweight champion from Ft
Sunday, 15th-0530 to 1330 and Ralph W. Klmnan, Jr., of the
VC-62 Still UnbeatenNaval Monmouth, N. J., wasn't able to
Overhaul and Repair departmentmade
1600 to 1930. compete in the Inter-Service tour
(News for this column can be this fine catch and won himself of .
ney because an eye injury
an ice box. Hospital, Operations and VC-62 are still running neck
submitted through Bob Brown, George Barr, former National
Other winners dui the month in hot honors in Mainside
extension 525, accessories divis- ing and neck the race for intramural soft- League arbiter, recently concludedhis

ion, 0 b R. All hands, both military were Mrs. Jeanette Reilly of the ball competition, each sporting clean slates. fifth umpires clinic for Far!

and civilian, male and female Public Works department who I Hospital held on to its top spot gency Repair; Willie E. Dobbs, Cast Air Forces personnel .
and dependents, can submit caught an 11-pound fish on a live by a half-game to chalk up its Power Plant, and Earl J. 1101 a- Partis Islands ace righthanderDick
any fishing news to this col. shiner in Peacock Lake. The prize fifth straight victory Ace chunk- field, Assembly Division. The Stewart has done it again.
for this catch, in the women's division -
umn), er Don Barnes added another win Public Works member are Lesley He recently registered his second
was also an ice box. There M. Bennett, Utilities and '
to his list as his mates poundedout no-hit no-run game o( the 55 cam
were no entries in the children'sdivision nette E. Reilly, Utilities.
a 7-1 verdict over FaetuLant. paign with a seven-Inning 26-0
FornterFlrers'Star for the month. member la Howard H.
win over Robins AFB, Ga.
Operations Has Close Call
Boomed For Majors mitted, the entry prize, a rod, Operations had a close call in Geyer.18, 4-3. .

went to Mrs. Jean West, wife of keeping its, record clean, ekeingout Personnel won its first two vie.
Al Stringer, all-star shortstop Overhaul and Repair employee Joe a 1-0 win over Supply. Fin tories with a 12-4 win over BOQ Fliers Golf

for Dallas of the Texas Leaguefor West, who caught her fish in Lake negan was on the mound for Operations :and a 13-7 decision over VP16.In .
the past two seasons, will get while Lindemeyer was
George m a glass rod with live other results FAW-11 top
his first major league tryout if bait All entries other than those the losing hurler. pled ComFairJax, 21-7; VW-4 beat Crew Ups
he continues even a small partof winning in each division are placedIn i VC-62's Don Glidewell beat VP-5, 8-4.
the pace he has set with the a hat and are eligible for the his former team mates from Fas-

Chattanooga Lookouts in early- entry prize. Mrs. Ruth Brooks of ron 109, 9-0, as VC-62 stayed in MAINSIDE SOFTBALLTeam !*>us L..eeI Win StreakThe
season play. the safety division of Industrial contention for the loop bunting. hospital I'
Op rU.M 4 eve
The lanky Californian has been Relations drew the lucky winner VP-16 split in its two outings, 4 aNARTU

shifted to second base by Man- for April.As defeating Communications, 10-9, : !3)I rampaging Jax Navy

ager Cal Ermer after a try at previously announced, prizes and defeating Personnel by the FAW-U- :i I tVW golf contingent, which added
third. Reason for the shift was for' the month of May will be a score 'of 137. I
em.naleatks victories No. 10 and 11 last
I portable barbecue in the men's l L I
that the Lookouts pit
have a fine NARTU Splits Fair. It* i I
young shortstop in the making. I and women's division, a rod in the NARTU likewise exchanged a PrrcaaaetVPS !! I S week, have been given an ad-

He's Lyle "Lucky"' Luttrell, with I children's division. The entry prize win and a defeat, downing Sup FAKTU t i iFalrDatlaz ditional boost in manpower
>1'I I
will be swivel boat seat. However
orders from the parent Washington a ply 13-1 and then falling to VP- 1 I Big Bill Scarbrough, 1954
club to keep him in the short in the event these prizes are 'BOO S 4 .. -
not available, substitute prizes of Station's Black Bass Fishing Contest ail-station champ; Duval and

field.Why should this be of interestto equal value may be offered. For Entry blanks may be ob- Jax city amateur king in 1951

Jax Flier fans? Lyle Luttrell, the month of June, the Committee tained from and turned over to Week's MainsideSoftball and Jax representative in the

better known to his shipmates as ha selected a Coleman stove members of the Committee. National Public Links tourney

"Lucky," played shortstop for the for the men's and women's prize, Members of the Committee in SlateThe is back at NAS Jax.
reel for the child's and the Overhaul and Repair depart
Jax a prize, a
Navy varsity baseball
teamin Mainside intramural Softball The Fliers traveled to Miami .
1953. Coleman lamp for the entry prize. ment are: Czerl B. Corbln chair-
scheduled for the last Friday and .
game came
1 ... ALL EMPLOYEES and mem- man, Joiner Shop, Plant Maintenance -
week are listed below: home with a 20i/2-Gi/2 tri-
I bers of their immediate families ; Robert L. Brown, Process
Thursday, May 12 umph. Frank Heyer and Scar
SOS are eligible to participate in the I Division; Robert W. Sheese, Emer-
-- Albemarle Field Faetu vs. brough teamed to down the

Personnel. Marines' McLain and Kempt,
Yorktown Field Nartu vs. 6-3; Navy's Lou Chaff and
I I Chaff Subdues Heyer For Links CrownThe I VW-4. Joe McDonald combined to defeat

Saratoga Field ComFairJax Stravesi and Brady, 6-3,
vs. VF43. and Jax' Bill Barrow and
Naval Air Station hasa I FOR CHIEF LOU CHAFF, who tain the 4-up advantage throughout Enterprise Field-FAW-11 vs. Chuck Summitt won over Gay

new golf king for 1935. He's is No 4 man on the Jax Navy I the final 18. The two finalists Fasron 109.Hospital and Shepherd, 81to }'2.

determined Lou Chaff of Pa- I varsity team ladder competitionit halved the third nine-hole round Field-VP-18 vs. Op- Frank Heyer posted low gross

trol Squadron 18, who bested was a big victory. His opponent and the count dovetailed duringthe erations. for the day with a par 7:!.
Heyer is the No.1 man of the Tuesday, May 17
Frank Heyer, of Staff, Fleet Fliers squad, sporting an averageof final nine, but Chaff was ableto Albemarle Field Operations match In. Saturday's encounter with four Stetson- man

Air Wing Eleven, 4 and 3, inA 73.5 over 15 rounds of competitive maintain his lead. vi. VF-43. University the Fliers bestedhe
3G-hole championship finals play. Chaff's average in play Chaff posted a 73-73 while Hey. Yorktown Field Faetu vs. Collegians, 153. Scar

match last Saturday.It has been 74.5. er compiled a 7773. FAW-11. brough and Heyer.defeated

marks the second year in a Chaff and Heyer were all even The 'finals'match brought outa Saratoga Field VW.4 vs. IIerdon and Peek, GVfc to 2yfc ;.
row that Heyer has reached the at the end of the first nine, but large gallery, with more inter- ComFairJax. McDonald and Lou Brozo won

finals. The Commander from Chaff pulled ahead 4-up at the est shown in this year's finals Enterprise Field VP-16 VS. over Clemments and Kaleel

FAW-11 lost to long ball-hitting end of 18, after' posting a neat 34 than in any previous championships VP-18. 8l/a to Vfc. Scarbrough, Heyer,

,hill, ,Scarbrough in the 1954 fi on the back nine. according to course prp Hospital Field Supply vs. and McDonald all shot par

nals. CHAFF MANAGED main. Jack Harvey BOQ. 72's for the event.
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12 May 1955 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven'

Center BaseballCombine Sports. AE.A Sparkles Dominate +

3-2 City Play In Center Circuit .

With three ,' Topped by the hitting and baxerunning. of Ed Apkinson and the I,

two defeats on pitching of Frank Fosbenne, AE-A School's Sparkles are now the s
NATTCenter only unbeaten team in the NATTCenter Intramural League (

meet the Post By identical scores of 11.3, the
tleton' homer helped( I in the
night under the Sparkles:: downed AO-A School and
twin "Inl.Other .
stock Field 'at 2000.Sunday AN-1 School last week. Apkin-
gcoira last week:
the son's and steal of home
hitting AKA) 7, 1st Lt.-SS 3j; tiltLt..SS
Marine club will featured the over the Gun-
7, AE-B OJ; AO-B 11, AN-
the home folks nies and his two bingles plus P 5.
scheduled Fosbenner's six-hit pitching
at 1430 against enabled his team to defeat the I.o.t

Colonels of the Preps. AKA) School ..._...... 9 0
League. Meanwhile HAWS School XAWS School ...,.w...... 5 S
The Maroon soared up la the standings with AOA) School ............. 4 2
broke even in w brace of victories by overwhelming AKA) School........... 4 4

games, scoring wore The MU.lei ANl') School .............. 4 4
over the donned AK-1, 19-5, u. then .-\0(8)( ) School ...:_....., S 4.
but losing an smothered AO-B, Zi-4. Jim Lit- lit Lt-SS ._................, 1 t
sion to Trump AKB) School ............. 0 E
Thursday, 0:-,. .
Dill Gentry Sports Braves On Road
terful fashion ;

nings only to and weaken the ; (Another in a weekly fea- Return May 17
to life -
ture that brings performances
in the ninth.
on the Naval Air The Jacksonville Braves are on
ed 13 base
Station sport scenes from dus- the road for live days before returning .
for the
eight ty issues of the Jax Air News). home May 17 to entertainthe
and walks offset
Ten Years Ago Today Savannah Indians in a two.
ting. Something new was added to game series. Then the Braveswill
Coach Chuck
softball aboard the Station- be on the road again for four
pitchers to start night games under the flood days to return May 22 to opena
week's foes,
lights! Plans were made to home stand against Columbia.
kunis, Bill immediately set up lighting Fans are reminded of the free
lins and Gentry.
equipment at the diamond located bus service and from the new
I Mel Young, I ( : ) at the "mat", corner of ball park located near the Gator
good Yorktown and Mustin. Bowl Buses convenient for NAS
base the last
Five Years Ago Today: personnel can be boarded at
leading the : ) Fasron Six's title-seeking Lake Shore or Murray lull.4 .
average followed volleyballers will be after Na- SS
ards with ..269.Meeting. ;
tional honors in Knoxville,

( : ) Tenn., when they swing into TennismenStopped
: action in the U S. Volleyball
Association's 20th Annual Na-

( : ) tional Open Championship
Aspirants Tournament.
Fasron 6 is the only service
An org team competing and the only By Gators
for the planning
representing the
ming meet will rests"r aggregation
state of Florida.Marines .
May 13 at 0930 One individual streak and

Special Services one team winning skein fell
ing 930.All Win 8-2 by the wayside last week as
nel can get in I the Jax Navy Fliers succumb.

respective Units Over HardageSonsSingles ed to the University of Florida ,

ions will be in the pinches by Bill I i 9,0.
meeting. Liddy and Carleton Smith that The loss snapped the Fliers'
netted four runs, enabled the I win streak at eight and the Fliers +
I' NATTCenter Marines to score an No. 1 man Ben SobieraJ suf- i
Ice 8-2 victory over Hardage & Sons fcrecj his first defeat in four +
in the Jax Softball League Monday years of Navy competition. His +
In Jax night at Lackawanna. victory string extended througha +
Frank Fosbenner, who went in total of seven years, including '

The 1955 as in a relief hurler in the first three college years and covers

opens a six night I inning with the bases loaded, some 70 games.SOBIERAJ'S.
tinee stand in I pitched his team out of trouble defeat at the ,
at Jacksonville and was never in danger the rest hands of the Gators' Frank Hires ,

:May 19.This i I of the game.'Slugger'. was not too unexpected, since +
year's Ice I Sobieraj was playing with a '
sprained wrist suffered at the '
ed by Holiday on Cascone '
into 28 numbers Jacksonville Beach Jaycees tour. '
nament. lie dropped the first set
leers and 12 Ice Cops
7-5 t to Hires, came back. to scorea
in eight
Seventy-five Mike "Slugger" Cascone claimed 6-0 win'in the second and bowed +
cast. top prizes and honors in last 6.4 in the final. ,
Saturday's Civilian Golf Club In other Fliers-Gators matches:
o All seats are tournament with an aggregateof Ed Kassatly (F) won over Leon

Sunday night 64 points. Wilson (N) 6-3, C-3; LeCann (F) I
1900 and other : Points were based on combining downed Candland N) 8-6, 6.4;
ances are slated handicaps with scoring of one Hutcherson F) defeated Frank

day and Sunday : I point+ for double bogey, two for Anderson (eN) 6.3, 6-0; Ingram
at 1430. ; bogey, three for par, four for (F) defeated Len Curtis (N), 6.:,
Tickets are I birdie, and five for eagle 6-2; Bob Anderson (N) over Marshall .
Lane-Rexall Drug : Curtis Mann and Leonard Eu- (F), 6.3, 63.
Box office is I banks tied for second place with IN DOUBLES matches the Fll- J
2100. Phone 59 points, while Ray Kennedy ers' Wilson and Candland dOwn- -
vations. Prices : finished fourth with 57 markers. ed Florida's Kassatly and Hutch-
and $3.00. The next civilian golf meet erson, 8-6, 6-1; Bill Willis and
: : will be held June 4 at Hyde Bob Anderson (N) over Heyck
Teacher: "Yea I.it Park course. and Garcia (F), 6.2, 6.3; LeCann
?" and Ingram (F) defeated Sobie

Johnny: "I : raj and Frank Anderson (N), 6-2,

you, but Pop said I I Meet 5-7, 86.
better grades! :!! Volleyball Against. Stetson the Fliers
a licking." i : I ville Navy scored a clean sweep in singles
S I and doubles to win' 9-0.
"Poor team : Winner of the 6ND tourney .

this year, eh?" I advances to the Eastern Dis "Has your son's college education -

"Yeah, I think" tricts tournament later in the been of any value?"
who were too : month. I "Oh, yes; it cured his" mother
of bragging about him.
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J Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 12 May 1955

.. ....,.
b-. ,, ...
m.mmIFor Armed Forces tt.t e.

Rent t'' ; Day May 21 ;

Furn apt., 4633 Wheeler Ave., Set
Lakeshore; EV94275. Open

r Unfurn. store and house, Skip's Armed Forces Day 1955 will be .

; .' Place, Normandy Blvd.; EV 9- I observed nationally on Saturday,
8440. May 21, on proclamation of the

*. 4. rm. part. furn. apt., 6238 Sea- President as a day for "paying As new books arrive, we list
board Ave., EV 9-8440. 't;: y'IP special tribute to the armed forces only a few. From those not listed

Furn. gar. apt.:, 1319 Hamilton-St., fi'r- of the United States and all in this column but which have
EV 8-3829. those who have honorably served been well liked In the past few
therein. months, we add a few. You
2. bdrm. furn apt.; 1004 RossclleSt.
i0. In ,keeping with the Navy'splans have missed them and we
., EL 6-9644. for inviting the public to think you will enjoy them!
Rm.., 1205 River Oaks Rd., FL 9- bases and
Visit nearby military
The Day Lincoln Wan Shot J
station, Open House will be held
." Like the great Greek tragedies
3 rm turn apt, $53, 2601. Park at the Naval Air Station from ,
the action takes in
: place twenty-
St.; EV 8-2770. ;
1300 to 1700. Statistic of
'' displays four hours, 7 a.m. April 14, 1865
Furn. cot., elec. equip.., 9361 103rd ; t Naval and Air'Force aircraft will to 7 15 1865. In
.- a.m. April amazing
: St.; EV 83537. be arranged near the hangar area, detail the book covers the activities -

3 rm 'furn. gar.. apt.,. $45, 2975 : I and many interesting exhibits of of Lincoln, Mrs Lincoln<<; ,

: Rayford St., E\9-8316.. ,,' ; Army: Navy, and Air Force equip- I Booth, the cabinet members, the

2 rm. furn. apt.. $40, Green St., ment. I Washington crowds; all make R
EV 72694. '\: Operators of ham radio I story no less gripping because the

4 rm. low dup., $75, 3876. Park St., short-wave units will be on end cannot be in' doubt.

EV 98838. hand ready to send messages to Temple Tiger, and more of the
3 rm. furn. apt., 852 St. Clare, :I's '.. personnel of the armed forcesin man eaters of Jumoan.. These ate

EV 83992. '" l 'i!114. :.'... ,.. ... overseas localities at the request the yarns all Corbett fans have
3 rm. upper furn.. apt.,'.$65, 3664 > : '> '. :. of friends and families.At looked forward to reading. The

f : HedricK St., EV 8-1598.. ': ..(,,:(rp'i; '1500 the Navy band will menace and the hunting of the
3 tin: lower furn. apt., $70, 3664. : render a concert of popular and jungle In unsurpassed excitement
i Hcdrlck St., EV 81598. II military music. And many other of a dangerous, career.
bdrm. : : '., 9 {, '-;' p features not yet announced will
2 dup., $88.50; 1523 Ingle- """ The Kelly.: ; The biography of a
----- be "rcad'y for the inspection and
: aide Ave., EV 7-2619.. ship, Lord Mountbatten's; it's a
3 rm. dup. apt., $70, 4521 Mar. ARMED FORCES DAY-MAY 21 Symbolic of the spirit interest of visitors. rugged account of raiding German -
: queUe Ave., EL 69907. of Armed Forces Day, ceremonial personnel representing each of Capt. John S. Thach, commanding -
bases, action in the Mediterranean -
the Services of the that Is
present an Impressive picture unity Air
officer of the Naval Sta-
3 rm. furn. apt., Murray Hill, EV strength behind our Nation's Power for Peace, In the above photo- dodging submarines ,
P 8-1760. tion, has been appointed as Armed -
graph and eventually sinking near Crete
4 rnv Jgc. furn. .ept., $65, 2700 Forces Day Project Officer for EXIlorln118n., Plenty of surmise -
West Lake Shore Blvd., EV 9- the State of Florida. This year's about that trip but this is an
Tax observance will be the sixth
: '4291. Higher Cigarette an- astronomer's idea based on facts!

5 rm. home., Near NAS, 6115 In Texas Halted By nual ,event. It will also be the collected and observed at Mt. Wilson

Commodore Dr., EL 6.4050. Protests third year in which the slogan and Palomar, all the date
3 rrn. furn. apt., $40,'2511 Forbes, Flood Of "Power for Peace" has been usedas known about the planet, how the

EV 7-3935. CATHOLIC A proposed five-cents state the official slogan as best rep trip could be made, etc.

3 rm. furn. apt., $50, 3668 Boone Sunday, Mass-0800, 0900, 1000- tax on a package of cigarettes resenting the aims of the United lien's Fort. Dramatic accountof

Pk. St. Edward's Chapel. was dropped good naturedly by States. the great fort which was the

J ITO. /urn. cot, $42 4446 Lexington Saturday-0800. the supporters of a bill recently --S.+ center on the banks of the Ar-

Ave., EV 9-2312. Daily-0630. introduced in the Texas Leg Why I IContinued kansas from which such men as

2 bdrm. C. B. house., $100, 4345 Sunday-0630- at Hospital Kit Carson, Blackfoot Smith, Fre

Timuquana Rd. Chapel.MORMON A flood of protests largely ( from Page 1)) mont, etc., went into the dangersof

5 rm. furn. apt., $75, 1451' Wolf from service-connected families experience takes it from under Indian uprisings, led wagon

St., EV 9-66C6. 1930-Monday-NATTC Chap- besieged ,the Legislators, you. I looked around and real trains across plains .the
5 rm. unfurn. house., $90, 2211 lain's Office.CHRISTIAN. the sponsor, and the Governor. ized a man with a wife and whole fabulous story of our west .
Blanding Blvd., EV 3-8025.: SCIENCE1900TuesdayMainside About $3,500,000 annually child has to be choosy. liecan't ward expansion.Men .
Will share 3 bdrm. home. 1400 would have been taken from
Chapel just take any job that In The Trojan Horse. Espionage .
Avondale, EV 9-7853. Office on ramp. families of service people, it comes along. So I am choosinga in a mystery tale is good
I 5 rm. furn. apt., $75, EV 9-2197. was estimated.
PROTESTANTThursday career that offers steady em- reading but when it is factual and
1 bdrm. apt., 2660 Forbes St. EV House Bill 532 would have
May 12 ployment and a job I know In our own time you have some.
7-3697. 1900-All Saints' Choir Rehear- raised the civilian cigarette tax how to do well, along with a thing for your mental teeth to
I 3 rm furn. apt., 2811 Iroquios, sal-open to all singers. from four to five cents a packas chance to travel and see more really chew! Here is a documented

Ortega. Saturday, May 14 well 'as removed a state exemption than my own backyard. My account of the top spies of our
3 rm. furn. apt., 2773 Lydia, EV tax extended to servicemen wife likes the life the
1230-The United Fellowship of Navy time Beria, Sorge, Katz,
8-2409. Protestants will meet at the,Chapel since World,, War II. offers and the security. t Quisling, Field, Zalsscr, Sanarls,
FOR SALE to go to Opportunity Housein The bill has been replaced by like it well enough to makeit etc. Not cloak-and-dagger men

2 bdrm. C. B. house., 2443 Seader Jacksonville to lend a "Help: an omnibus tax bill, makingno my career." but brilliant scientists, diplomats,

Shore, EL 87921. : ing Hand" painting, cleaning and mention. .lifting the sere Smith is re-enlisting for six scholars in their own?fields.
3 bdrm. C. B. house, G. I. equity, I repairing. All interested in joIn- ice exemption. years. Four Winds. Comradeship and

5235 Marlene Ave., EV 88578. ing the group please come. cooperation of pilots and workersin

3 bdrm C. B. house, gar., Near Sunday, May; 15 Hubby: "Why did you hang a large overseas airline, theseare
NAS, Cdr. Weaver, Ext. 305. 0800 Episcopal Communion SOS that ghastly picture" the ingredients of a novel of
I 3 bdrm,/C. B. house "Because I couldn't find
G. I. equity, Service-Chaplain Nickelson.: Wifey: action and romance.._
5137 Admiral Dr., Venetia Ter- 0930-Sunday School, ages .4 .the artist." -

race, $55 per mo., 8700 mort. through Jr. High. Bldg. 804. EM Being Accepted ,
I 2 bdrm. C. B. house, G. I. equity,
0930 Protestant Service of At Navy Music School
Rockwood Dr., $37 per Worship "Anticipating Pente- 4.M4 ,
,. mo., $5990 mort. cost"-Chaplain Griffin (Infor Enlisted men can now apply
i 3 bdrm. C. B. home, Jge. gar., mal). for training at the Naval school

4758 Cates Ave., Near NAS, 1100 Protestant Service of of Music at the Receiving Station \

Chief Avera Ext. 618 or EV Worship-'A' Positive Punch" in Washington, D. C., the Navy

88686. Chaplain Pieper. (Traditional). I IP announces.
23' house trailer, compo furn., lot 1900 The United Fellowshipof r Details on the musical coursesare
197, Azalea. 'Protestants-Bldg. 804. listed in BuPcrs Inst. 1336.2A.

House trailer comp., $2700, lot no. Tuesday, May 17 S.-
54, Azalea Pk.
1900 Lutheran Instruction
2 bdrm. C..B. house, G. I. equity, Classes-Chaplain Pieper All P: a4, LargestContinued

low mo. pay., 5426 AttledoreSt. Saints' Chapel. ( from Page 1))

., EV 8-6164 or Ext. 446. 1900 Episcopal Instruction chiefs will be augmented by in'

MISCELLANEOUSWant Classes- Chaplain Nickelson structors from NAWS School,

ride from Jax Beach to Bldg. 563, NATTC Chaplain's Office Marines, and staff from Headquarters .
NAS, VP-18, Duty Officer, Alt- r; h to teach the huge

hoff. Wedn'esday,1\Iay 18 group. A total of 14 additional
Want ride from Riverside and 1930-Prayer service at the All + specialist instructors will be

Barnes St. to NATTC, 0730- Saints' Chapel-Chaplain Pieper used.

1610. Ext. 547 Mrs. Eby. (Note: Addresses of local. The School has been closed

Want ride from LaSalle and Palm,. churches ;may be obtained by for more than eight,weeks while

8000-1630, Ext. 684, Ada Boat. calling the Chaplain's Office, 425). preparations were made for
right. SHIPSHAPE As ready as varnish and polish can make it, the incoming group. Enroll
Riders wanted from Riverdale A kiss is a noun, though generally Aviation Ground Officers School at the Naval Air Technical Training ment and registration will be
Center Is shining for the Influx of the 235-officer class which
section to O&R, NAS, 0700-1530, used as a conjunction. It will convene Monday, 1\11yI6. Under John Steglik, A03, (rear left) made in Building 502 at the
Shops Store 525-2, hangar 123, is seldom declined, and is more and Alva Crow, leading seaman of the division, sailors and airman Training Center, instead of in
EV-7-4264, Kirkland. common than proper. It Is not have prepared the buildings for the student officers. Painting are Officers Records, because of the
Rider wanted from Starke, 0700- very singular, and \is generally (left to right) Edward Miller, SA; Wayne Gibson, AA; Robert large number, entering: the
Farley. SA; Joseph Keith, ,SA; Jerry Ferruson, ,SA and Charles
1600, Ext. 674, Miss Johnson. used In the ph rat. I lUrky, SA. eight-week course: :
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