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It's Never Too Late To Join The Crusude For. Charity


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No. 8 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION; JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 19 May 1955

Home of Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District; Commander: Fleet Air Jacksonville: Fleet Air Wine 11; Naval Air Technical Training Center


Down The Home StrclchCharity>> -



Drive Goes



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Over 90 Percent"The



last few miles are always the toughest."

This old axiom is being reflected in the Navy Jacksonville Consolidated l Charity

Drive which is heading down the home stretch with 91.2 percent of the $100,000 goalpledged

to date.
"Navy Jacksonville is making a terrific showing of the heartas

all hands, military and civilian, are answering the call. Someof

the units which have been lagging have shown signs of pickingup 151 Ensigns

and we hope that these contributions will show a boost soon

in the overall campaign towards our goal", declared Capt. Wellington Report To

T. Hines, chairman of the Charity Drive policy board. I.

Two Commands Over 100% Jax, 134%; VC-62, 110%; Fasron AGO School
commands of the
Two seven Six, 107tf ; FAWTULANT, 102%;
participating have already reached Factulant, 102% and VF-43,101%. One hundred fiftyoneNavy
AP's TALK IT OVER-These enlisted aviation pilots attachedto or surpassed 100 percent, and ensigns, fresh out of Office .
and units
units based at NAS Jax talk things over in the ready room one other is on-the verge of going Ten departments Training School at New ,
within the Naval Air Station [
learning that they have received appointments as temporary
upon commissioned officers. The1"are among' the 14 local AP's receiving over the top any moment. command have gone over>the top port, R. I., reported to Aviation

commissions. Sitting (left to right are) Walter Voorhees, ADCAP( ), NARTU, with 140.2 percent in their drives. Legal departmenthas Ground Officers School at the
who will become an Ensign; Eugene Crouch, ADCAP), commissioned pledged to date and CommanderFleet 136.3 Naval Air Technical Training
Ltjg( ); and Fred Kindavater, ADCAP( ), to become Ensign. Air Jacksonville with 103 hit a percentage of to Center Monday morning.
Rear (left to right) are: Vincent Law, AGCAP( ), to become a I set the pace; Industrial Relations
Ltjg and Roman LewinskI, ADCAP), commissioned Ensign percent, are setting the pace. has posted 133.6%; Dental, It was the largest AGO class
Technical Training assembled at NATTCenter
Naval Air ever
128.1%, 120.5%
; Special Services ;
14 Local AP's Selected Center is very close to the 100 Mobile i Training. Detachment, for the eight-week course.

percent goal with 90.2 percent, 117,.%; Chaplain, 112.9%; Secur-

For Commissioned Rank followed by NAS Jax with 95 ity, 108.6%; Public Works, 107.7%; WEATHER OUTLOOK
percent; Naval Hospital, 92.7 percent /
Medical, 104.4% and Communications Friday Mostly cloudy with
Fourteen chief petty officers, all aviation pilots, attachedto ; Fleet Air Wing Eleven, 72 100.2%. afternoon scattered showers.

various commands based at NAS Jacksonville, are soon percent and NAS Cecil FieldFleetAir Drive Ends June 24 Saturday -- Cloudy with afternoon

to become temporary commissioned officers. Detachment, 51.4 percent. Other NAS Jax units and their and evening scattered thun-

This promotion, which becomes! Many Units Show Increase standings include: Operations, der showers. '
I with Operations here are on 24.. A breakdown of figures at NA- I
effective July 2, is a result of: hours stand-by to' take care of TTCenter shows AGO School highon 97.4%; Overhaul and Repair, I Sunday Partly cloudy and

action taken by a Navy selection i such emergencies as search and the list with 100 percent. Nextin (Please Turn To Pare 8, Col 2)) clearing in the afternoon.
board which selected 321 outstanding -
air-sea rescue missions; Faetu line are Aircraft Maintenance,
enlisted aviation pilots: Lant AP's are qualified to fly 87% Marine Aviation Detach To

for temporary promotion to the< so-called electronic 1 "classrooms" ment;, 86 %; Supply Department Open House Programs .
officer
grades.
three junior
first' ; and pilots with Jax C 86%; AK School, 85%; ANP( )
This action marks the & R, are primarily test pilots on School, 76% Training Facilities,
time since 1950 that the Navy has; ;
officer appoint' such planes as R4Ds, F2H-2s,, 75%; AO School, 70%; Administration Mark Armed Forces DayTwo
Issued temporary
AFs, TVs and S2Fs. 68%; AE School, 67%;
ment to enlisted men. .
OF THE FOURTEEN AP's af NAWS School!, 59%; Personnel, big Open House events, one at the Naval Air Station +

fected locally, six are attachedto Adm. First To 54%; Dental, 37%, and Medical and another aboard the carrier USS Lake Champlain dockedat

NAS Operation, three to Fas- 11%. Mayport, will help the Navy in Jacksonville mark the
All of the participating units of Armed Forces Day Saturday
ron Six, two are from FaetuLant Re-Qualify In within Fleet Air Jacksonvillehave sixth annual observance ,

Detachment Two, once from staff hit 100 percent or better. May 21.Visitors, ,

ComFairJax, one "from Fasron Ejection SeatRear VU-4 has pledged 140%; followedby to NAS Jax will find equipment demonstrations, exhibits .

109 and one from 0 & R. Fleet Detachment, ComFair.numerous aircraft displays,I of military weapons, a for

Several of those receiving temporary Adm. Robert Goldthwaite, mation flight and a band concert,
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appointments had held t. "i plus many other side features.:
Commander Carrier
DivisionTwo
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commissions and thus will receivethe The gates open to the public at
officer rank they held during this week became the first pilotto ( 12 noon. '

World War II. Those who were re-qualify In Jacksonville's .
: Fleet Air Jacksonville is inviting
not previously commissioned will ejection-seat trainer in complIance : ) t visitors to go aboard the

receive the rank of Ensign. with new Air Force, U. S. Atlantic I p ; USS Lake Champlain at the May-

Jax pilots earning commissions Fleet survival training require ... '. ... port Carrier Basin, between 1300
- include Vincent Law, AGC (AP),, ments. and 1730, both Saturday and Sun !
to Ltjg) Joseph Sousa, ADC
; The new requirements, outlinedin day. This double open house will
(AP), to Lt. Walter Voorhees,
; many local citizens chanco
ComAirLant Instruction 3740.11, give a
ADCAP) to Ensign Marion Hig- a:> 1
:
; call for all pilots who fly Jets to to visit the carrier and also visit
don, ADCAP( ), to Ltjg( ); Robert
re-quality in the ejection -seat the Naval Air Station, where activity -
Shanley, ADCAP), to Ensign;
trainer every 24 months. Pre- will be centered around
Roman Lewinski, ADCAP), to 4 )41Y
viously it was only necessary to Hangars 116 and 117.
Ensign, all from NAS Operations.
qualify once. ABOARD THE "CHAMP'S" 870
%
ALSO JOSEPH CLARK, ALC- M1 x +,% n'r .
OPERATED BY Fleet Airborne foot flight-deck will be displayedfive
CAP); Henry Cardoza, ACCAP( ),
Electronics Training Unit, Detach- of the Navy's latest carrier-
and Robert Carroll, ACCAP( ), -
ment Two, the Jacksonville ejec : type aircraft. Flown by Fleet Air
all of Fasron Six, promoted to
tion-seat trainer is composed of a Jacksonville squadrons based at
Ensign Leamo Carpenter, AMC- *
; "regulation" ejection-seat mounted ; NAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field,
(AP) and W. J. C. Huff, ALC- _
on a 20-foot steel track that ex the display will include the swept-
(AP), both of FaetuLant to Ensign %*
tends skyward at a 73 degree wing FJ-3 Fury and F9F-8 Cou.
; T. L. Rivenberg, ADCAP)
angle. When the seat is "tired", ,t. gar jets; the twin-engine F2H-2
of ComFairJax to Ltjg); Charles
It travels to 20 feet (depending upon P.i and F2H-4 Banshee jets, and the
Witkowski, AOCAP( ), of Fasron
the weight of the occupant) up .. ,.. AD-6 Skyraidcr propeller plane.A .
109, to Ltjg( ) and Gene Crouch,
this track. larger Fleet Air..hcksonvi11tJi
ADCAP), 0 & R, to Lt.Jg). I READY FOR THE "RIDE"Ltjg( ) Earle Walwlck, NAS Jax
plane, the twin-engine propeller-
The average aviation pilot Although the full "charge" usedto flight physiologist, checks the harness that straps Rear Adm. i
aboard NAS Jax has a record of "tire" the ejection-seat in a jet Robert Goldthwaite, Commander Carrier Division Two, to the driven AJ-2 Savage will be seen
eleven service. These en aircraft is not used in the trainer, ejection-seat trainer. Admiral Goldthwaite Is the first pilot to on the dock alongside the ship.
years enough of a "charge" is used to requalifjr In the ejection seat trainer under the new rules. The Among the static displays will
_ listed pilots are qualified to fly Admiral's flagship, the USS Lake Champlain, Is presently dockedIn
any type bf Navy plane AP pilots, (Please Tarn To Page.8, Cot 2) her home port at Mayport. (Please Turn To Page 8, Cal l)(




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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS ._ 19 May 1955


[FAW-ll. VP-16. VW-4. Fasron 109, VP-18, VP-5 VF-103 pe


LftI K'lt' Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons f I



PublUhed every Thursday for Navy and Marine acthltles at Ma\al All .
Station Jacksonville, FU, -
N ACJ.. Jacksos,Ill. FAW-ll May 16. -
Capt. John S. Thnch .., mL.r--, ? ?, ?,, .? ...commanding Officer Com- 0 *
Comdr. John N Mjers -. .,- -| -,.-, ,. .. .. _.|--..fcxecuthe Ofilccf Capt. E. J. S. Young, Wing VF-103 Now Flies
Fleet Air JacktoivflU mander, has scheduled another VW-4
Rear Adm. John Terry __ Commander two-week anti-sub exercise which The big event last week was the Advanced
Capt. Jllchaid U. Uiecne __ ... ....._..........._.....Chief of Staff F9118Fighter
fleet Air Wine fclete commenced May 18. This is a all-hands picnic.. The weather

Capt. Edwin J. S. Young ? ...?...??.Commander large scale operation, Involving guessers came t h r 0 ugh with a Squadron 103, a unit
Comdr..l"l'ank D. Ilcjer _......... .....Chief Staff Officer of Fleet Air
Natal Air Technical Training Crater three local squadrons, VP5T16 forecast of "hot and dusty" which Jacksonville, is
Capt. Henry C. DeLnnir/ _., ..Commandtne Officer and YP-18. I verified so well we could hardly replacing its F9F-6 Cougar jets
Comdr. Kdwaid W. IJ1l hop._.. .,... __E\ecuU\e Officer with the new
Naval lUtplUI In. addition, the "down-southeis" stand it. The officers and chiefs advanced F9F-8,
Dipt. Edward C. Kenney .- ........Commanding Officer from the land of calypso and man- fought It out on the softball dia- Familiarization flights in
Capt. L. A. New'ion .. ..... jULccuUv Officer the
NABTU nanaVP34 from Trinidad and mond. The outcome was. reportedto new aircraft have already

Capt. Wilson R. BartlettComdr. ..?.._...._ ___Commanding! Officer VP-45 will pool their talents be 16-3 in favor of the chiefs, started and pilots of the
Laurence F. Steffenhaccn _'M ......Kxecuthe Officer squad.
with local units in seeking out but we are not sure if that was ron who have flown the newer
The JAX AIR NEWS U published weekly at the U. S. Na\al Air tatl().., and simulating destruction of the; the weight ratio or the final aircraft are highly impressed
Jacktonvllle, }Florida and pilntcd commercially with non-impropilated fundsat '
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVKXOS l>-35. Rev. USS Tench. The Tench, no stranger score. with its handling characteris
Nov. 195. Copies are distributed i free of chart at the Natal Air Station, the
Naval Air Technical Training Center.. Natal Air Reserve Training Unit, and the to the local scene, has provided VW-4 reported to Fleet Weather tics.
U. S. Naval Hospital. Wing units with much valuable Central Miami for operational
Edltor-AndJ'f'w fl. Plsney ---
Aas't Editor-Deda Mooie; Staff Repoiteia: ack Holmes, PHI; Nancy ASW training over the past control on May 15 and the 1955 all from VA-45. m
Ward SN. several months. hurricane season is thus under- The
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member ot the Armed Forces Tress Smloe. squadron softball team has
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not bft rf'prlnt.dIIoUhout The past two weeks have been way. hit the victory trail
the written permission; of Armed Forces Picas !'i1"1'\'ICf' Republication nf other again with
matter, except by service publications.. Is prohibited without permission ot busy ones for the Staff. Adminis- The squadron lost two more Ed Grakm, AN, hurling a neat

Editor Editorial JAX AIR offices NKWS.located: Main Administration Building. Phone extensions trative-material inspections were plane commanders recently. Lt. 2-hittef with William Hogan, AK3,

8346. Jl. and 8164. completed on VP-16 and VW-4, W. T. Gardner Is bound for Gen- Roonie Nelms, AN, and Earl Sha,

both units finishing with "flying: eral Line School at Monterey, Cal ler, YN2, leading the hit parade.

colors", accoidlng to Lt. Al Ufer, if., and Lt. (jg) R. C. Balchunas '* *
I Armed Forces Day PrayerGod I Wing Inspections cooixllnator. In will be flying blizzards and dust drag:

addition; the usual (and Inumerable storms at NAS Hutchinson, Kan- Anybody>> want to buy Mone

of our fathers, Thou strong and steadfast; give them ) "away from- home"' conferences sas instead of cyclones in the slightly used P2V-5's VIM8 hall

hast made us heirs of brave courage.and chivalry; uphold resulted in many staffers tropics. only five more to transfer and 1 e-
and faithful men. On this their hands that they may "RONing" in the far reaches of "Good Luck" to Jack E. Luderus place with the new P2V-7's.

Armed Forces Day, humble us faithfully perform their duties.In the U. S. and the Caribbean. AD3, who left the squadronon This past weekend one of the

... with thought of what others all things may they know Lt. George Avers, former Wing May 13 to return to civilian VP-18's new planes, piloted by Lt

.have done for us. Grant that the power of Thy presence. anti-submarine officer, left duringthe life R. T. Darcy and Lt. (jg) }i, B.
we may prove worthy of the Show us our part in the redemption week for duty under Instruction McNeese was sent to Washingtonto

sacrifices by which our blessings of the world from at the General Line School, Patron 109 put on a display for the NATO

have been bought. May cruelty and hate and make us Montetey. Ben SobieraJ, AKS, Jax Navy Council. Admirals, generals and

the esteem in which we hold faithful and courageous in the .' ennis player from Fasron 109 beat other leaders from all the NATO

our fallen comrades be evidentby accomplishment of "this holy VP-16 the second ranking player from countries came out and looked over

i our emulation of their purpose. To this end we dedicate Quick action on the part of Northern California, Seth Peterson our new plane with critical eye,

spirit of loyalty and courage. ourselves unto Thee,. the Chief Hook extinguished a fire on of NAAS Whiting Field. He because many of these NATO

Protect and assist all those only Giver all victory.All the starboard engine of Jut 10 and Chief Leon Wilson are eyeingthe countries are soon to accept delivery

who at home and abroad, by glory be unto Thee, prevented an emergency and cost All-Navy tennis tournament I on this same type of aircraft.

land, by sea and in the air, world without end. ly damage to the aircraft. The which is to be held in August at i All the dignitaries were very much

are serving our country. Shield The Armed Forces chief spotted the fire in the ex- Boston, Massachusetts. Both have I Impressed by this remaikalle:

therefrom danger; keep them Chaplains BoardSecretary haust stacks as the aircraft was held the title of Atlantic Fleet plane.

taxiing-i from a night hop Champions in signles and doublesfor I This week in addition to Die

grabbed a fire extinguisher and the past three years. hustle and bustle always In evidence .

/\\ E To Immediately put it out. There was Three new men checked Into the before an administrative inspection -
no damage to the aircraft. squadron last week:* Thornton S.
there has been
SERVIClS more activity
> Creasy, ATS Louis L. Prentlse,
.9 4 Skippers Patrol Squadron 16 underwentan ; due to many VP-18 crews
ttdmin/materlallnspecUon from AT3; and Robert D. Davis, AT3, getting in some of their annual

CATHOLIC Leaves PostAfter the Commander FAW-ll. The overall competitive exercises. By this I

condition was considered time, the pilots are pretty familiar
Sunday, Mass-0800, 0900, 1000- Malone Tops StudentsAt
more than four years as worthy of a 91.41 grade. Duringthe with their new planes and as In
St. Edward's Chapel.
commanding officers' secretary at critique the staff expressed its AEA) SchoolPaul the past, good results are expected.

Saturday-0800. W the Naval Air Technical Training pleasure with the appearance and Malone, AEAN, who joinedthe *

Daily-0630. Center, and five years all told military mien of all hands. Navy a year ago upon gradu- VP-5:>>

Sunday-0630-Mass at Hospital at the Naval Air Station, Mrs. Five needed men have reported ation from high school, was the The continuous cycle J \ '

Chapel.MORMON June Hoover will leave here May back to electronics from Faetulant honor student in last week's grad- NAS Jax and "Gitmo," fulfilling

27, to report with her husband schools in Norfolk. uating class from Aviation Elec- the squadron's training obliga-

1930-Monday-NATTC lain's Office. and family to NAS, Miramar, I "Welcome aboard" to J. A. trician's Mate School Class A at tions, Is the keynote of the big

: Calif.. Woodward, ATAN; A. D. Peeples, the NAT'J'Center.Ma1one push since the beginning of the

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE1900TuesdayMainside I Wife of Hugh E. Hoover, chief AM2; K H. Beaumont, AM2, and after boot camp at month. Returning crews jepoit

Chapel guided missleman at the Naval P. H. Benkowskl, ATAN. Congratulations Bainbridge, Md., and Airman Pre- excellent accommodations and topflight

Office on ramp. Air Weapons System School, Mrs. to: L. C. Carlson, paratory School at Norman Okla., conditions for the tactical/

ProtestantThursday Hoover has served with Captains AOAN; W. N. Gray, AN; A, H. came here for AE School. lie has training being accomplished.Those .

May 12 Lester Rice, Edwin Peck, David Robbins, ATAN, and R. B. Rew, been assigned to VA-45, Cecil \ew silver bars reflecting

1900 All Saints' Choir Re- McCampbell and Henry C. De- PNSN, who were advanced in rate Field, for duty. rightly( around the squadron area

hearsal open to anyone inter Long, commanding officers of the belong to Don Hunter, Clyde LA
Training Center. Mee, Marvin Wilhite, Robert Wisdom
ested in participating in the
Sunday Services. Captains Rice and Peck are Will It Go Or Grow? Leonard Sheets, James

now Rear Admirals. Brown, Alan Crandall, Wilfred Wl-
Sunday, May 22, Prior to coming to the Naval An opportunity has just been handed to most of you to prepare surl, Thomas Speelmon, and Fiedlonlgman.
Communion
0800 Episcopal for that
Air Station, Mrs. Hoover was with rainy day without revising your present budget at all. .
Service Chaplain Nickelson. her husband on a tour of duty at Here's a chance to go on living as you have been on the same old Fond farewells] to John CUik,

0930 Sunday School ages the Panama Canal Zone and prior pay-only now you can spend it all and save some money at the YN3, who is off to join VC-3 at

4 804.through' Junior High Bldg to that at NAS: Norfolk, Va.Fellowship same -time. How? It's this simple: Instead of taking home the Sanford, and Charles Park, IMS,

.. 4 new pay raise make out an allotment for U.: S. Savings Bonds. You who moves next door to Faion
0930 Service of Divine Worship won't miss It.
So before
you start spending all 109.
your raise stop a
Group To
Chaplain Stephenson. moment to realize that the lasting good you get from *
more pay de-
1100 Service of Divine Wor- pends entirely on what
Feature Special Film you do with it. VF-1031
ship Chaplain Carpenter.
By putting aside a little money each pay day in Bonds The advanced F9F-8'. ate not
Savings
Tho newest
film
1900 United Fellowship of produced by the
the arrivals around
only new
Protestants Bldg 804. the Moody Laboratories entitled ting -
, Squadron 103. Personnel repot
"The Prior Claim" will be
Special Movie 'The Prior presented II.
aboard Lcdr. Thomas
Claim" Welcome to all. by the United Protestant Fellowship are Lt.
Moore from NAS Norfolk;

Tuesday, May 24 I at in 1900.Building Viewed 804 SU1..dayevening (jg) John W. Welllngs, Lt. -jg>
1900 Instruction by several
.Lutheran Wfl-
Ensign
John Nicholson
L. ,
Classes Chaplain Pieper All officers and instructors ,at N'.
Carl
Ensign
lam Edwards
Saints' NATTC, the film is termed one of "'If.; F. ,
Chapel. I G. Prlmcaii
the best in the series Sommers Ensign Don
f4'
being presented ti.
Instruction wv 1l
1900 Episcopal 8 wIt Chief ClaudeW.
from Christi
I Corpus ;
the
.. Classes Chaplain Nickelson by Sunday evening automatically accumulate iO, t' Furnish; NATTC Jax; GerardE.
into money"
NATTC of. group. big to buy Whit
563 worthwhile
Bldg. Chaplains' NAAS
Guests and those who have not things, such u a new car, new home, college education Arseneau, AD3,
lice. previously been affiliated with children or a nice bundle waiting for when for your ing Field; Samuel Pilch, ATAN,
Wednesday, May 25 United Protestant Fellowship Are the Hnicf you you retire or leave NATTC Memphis; Chief W- FranU

103'0 Prayer Service Chap- and Chief Royal, NAAS
Ranby
invited to attend. Meetings of this It 1. your decision whether
bin Pieper. your pay raise goes or Make Cecil V. Cft-
group arc non-denominational In cuts that allotment growa. Barbs Field; Chief
now If '
you wait and :
the Iran
(Note: AddR.... 'W' U s a 1 nature and include discussionwor, way into your weekly spending you'll be pay raise works its neer, Naval Attache, Tehran, and
right back 'In the OId : ADAN,
obtained recreation and lilreahme> rut. After aU same Edward I. CsUmesIa,
churches may be by ship, you've been getting NAAI,
along
tailing the Chaplain's Offer, 425)). Nd admission is charged. han.'t you' (Ar'Pr4)) without It up till sow,1 James E.'Buckner, ADAN,

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'Is Our Heart So Unfeeling 1


For The Less Fortunate?'


(Many words have been written on charity and the Navy

Jacksonville Charity Drive in particular. Here is a letter composed *

by an employee to his fellow employees in appealingfor

support of the drive. It Is his simple, frank way of tellinghis

co-workers how he feels about the charity campaign).

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From the time we are born, we are facing the possi i ,
bility of at some time becoming dependent upon more t t ;e
fortunate people who have charitable hearts. But for

the grace of God, you and I and our families might i&*
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right now be depending on the charity of others for '

our life and future. Independent and personal charityis 1 i .i'
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wonderful, but it is not possible for any individual's

friends or co-workers to provide all the help needed in 1 .... ._. ;- ...,.-,, ., ..,,-
major cases. This can only be provided by Charities,

organized by the" fortunate to support the unfortunate. of Fasron COMPILE 109 maintenance IMPRESSIVE department SERVICE officers RECORD, along-This with croup one 6 From Fasron

other, have piled up a total of 142 years service between them
Of course there are individual charities participating Left to right are: Comdr. Frank Hagler, 23 years; Lcdr. Homer
in any drive that you or I may not personally Eckles, 29 years; Lrdr. Raymond Nelson! 27; CIIGUN William Total 142 Years;
approve, but, is our heart so unfeeling for the less Feaster, 20: and CIIRF.LE William Lander 15 years. Missing from

fortunate'that we, can say NO to all of them? the photo is CIIMACII Joe Resavage., with._28. .years service.- Former MustangsYou

*
Certainly there are things in the drive that we Records Management .
might not particularly like, after all, we are not a Per Diem May Be learn a lot by glancingat

bunch of sheep and each one of us feels differently Training Course the records I
Raised To $13 While looking over the recordsat
about many things, that, is one of our blessed free

doms. Still, are these reasons that we use for not par Completed By 14 Military per.diem travel pay Fasron 109, it was discoveredthat
six maintenance department
ticipating, actually to cover up a cold indifference to
be raised from $12 to $13
The first[ Records' may officers from the squadron have
suffering humanity? Only each of us can know in our ManagementTraining
to to be in line with that for
own heart. We must remember that our way of life Course, initiated at NAS piled up the Impressive total of
civilian workers, recently
approved -
has been reached by backing up the will of the majority. Jax to eliminate unnecessary paper by the Senate Civil! 142 Lcdr.years Homer of combined Eckles, electronics service. '

From the time that we are children, we have always work, has been completed.First Service Committee.The officer, heads the list with 29

had goals, whether it be in sports, school, to own week of the twc-week's military pay bill recently years; Lcdr. Raymond Nelson, 'of

our homes, or even to meet schedules. The goal we havein course covered the statutory basisof boosted the rate for the mili- power plants, has compiled 27

our charity drive, is to give our share which has been the Record: Management Program tary: to $12 J but Chairman years; Comdr. Frank Ilaglcr, in

approved by most people, and the success of charity and Implementing regulations Richard Russell (D. Ga.), saidat charge of the maintenance depart.

drives throughout the country based on one day's pay ; correspondence and direc the time that if the $13 ment has 23 years; CIIGUN Wil

has certainly been universally approved and supported.In tive systems; creation, use and figure was finally adopted for liam Feaster, ordnance officer,

time of war, we do not quibble over whether we disposition of records; and office the civilians, Congress would has 20 years service; CIIMACII

should support the war effort ; we support it fully equipment utilization. The second vote it for the military, too. Joe Resavage has :28! years and

even if we personally think that as generals we coulddo week was devoted to practical The boost in per diem travel CHUELE William Lander- assis-

better. problems in forms analysis, and pay for civilians if passed tant electronics officer, is a 15-
design. would be from $9 to $13. man.
How then, can we fortunate people refuse to help year
Thirteen military and civilian All six are "mustangs", having
of unfortunates in their against
the vast group war
attached to NAS Jax started their careers in the lowest
calamities is it because don't know them don'texactly personnel
; we or AK School HonorsGo
and one from Marine Corps AirStation pay grade, that of apprentice seaman
approve everything 100% ? Are we so perfect
Miami, completed l the .
that and forgive no less than perfectionin
we can expect course. To Off ieid Fcsron,109 also holds the "re-

others? Lcdr. M. P. Deputy NAS Ad- cord" as being the biggest "VI" I

If you haven't given or pledged, we appeal to you ministration office, was i in chargeof Friday the 13th was a proud or patrol support Fasron in the

In the name of humanity to reconsider, and ifyou, have the training course; technical day for one Navy family when Atlantic Fleet.Comdr.

only given a token pledge, search your heart to see if director was Walter F. Hamilton, John Offield, AKAN, was the I

you can increase it. If you have already given to the Director, Resident District .Records honor man of Aviation Storekeeper Pays '

extent of your ability, your reward is in your heart, Management Office, Sixth School's graduating class. .
in the knowledge that ,you are aiding those who can't Naval District; and serving '8. instructors .
Offield is the of Chie To
help were Wendell Patrick I stepson ( Off ChiefOn

themselves.mentation Helen Styron, and W. O. Kincaid, Gunner C. D. Gilchrist, stationed

and use of the helicopter Administration department; Olive j at the Naval Ammunition Depot, Rale DayWhen
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tL1e by the Marines in the Korean Rucker, Supply department and Fallbrook, Calif. Gunner Gilchrist I

War. Cecil Acree, Comptroller's office reared Offield since the death of Julius Davis ATI, of Faso '

Epics, Of Salvage. Dramatic account -. the young airman's mother. ron 109 sallied forth, armed to(

of marine salvage in World One modern jet fighter plane The honor student joined the the teeth with pencils and erasers Ito

War II when incredible disasters carries an atomic bomb load I Navy in 1054 and after Airman take the Chief Petty Officer

were kept secret while men re equal to the destructive power of Preparatory School at Norman, exams last February, he did so

floated and repaired our ships all of the bomber planes based in came here for further school: He with the added knowledge that

Ships, Salvage, and Sinews Of Great Britain during World War I has been assigned, NAAS, Mon should he make the grade at
War. Amazing story of fleet logis- II. I I terey, Calif., for duty. least part of his new uniform

For" Armed Forces' Day we tics afloat in the Atlantic and would be supplied by his boss. +

offer a military teaching as the I Mediterranean waters during So last Thursday afternoon was

thought for the day: Time SpentIn World War II. CROSSWORD PUZZLEr 'pay-oft" day. With appropriate

Preparation Is Time Saved In Man Who Never Was. The same r 'J ass-I- ceremonies at the Anchorage to

Execution. Obviously applicableto war. Unbelievable secret service mark the event, Comdr. Frank V.
action known ai Operation .I-Soft fltO.1' II... III
other than military strategy! *-On* of MI of e lagler, maintenance bos, presented -
Your libraries have material for Mincemeat. steps q w5.trllorM ., 'I Davis with a sparkling ,
prepartion in all fields of thought Combat Actions" In Korea. An- 13I..nlpr.n'y! ftul4 'h new experience too. An ex-chief

and endeavor; our present sug- alysis of small group actions In .." for /h: 14 new "hat. He will have to wait

gestions are confined to the interests the Korean engagements 11-8iiva 1. 2. / 'l." n wt until May 16 before legally wearing -
of all How To Make Friends Abroad.If t';-Rell, m the "
personnel.Engineers' l -A p ara u u 0':: 29 V./ to new "hackey.
have or expect orders Menioiandiim :/. :
Dreams. Unusual en- you
:'-I.and measure Comdr. Ilaglcr said it was the
gineering projects which may someday, here' is your guide to 21-"rery"Vrenrh for N ).... tJ 'l/"l.H : first time that a man working un t tder

some day come to pass. Provoca- understanding yourself and others :1-/topped; s "l/ k+ / H 9e him made Chief, and because
: Ceremont.sABoundary
tive reading for the inventor overseas. : /: .I"/.. : of this record, felt he was secure
'fa
Success And What It Takes. We 'r 4. r.I'.1
latent in man. 34-nirr .In luljr
every V./ in making. the deal with Davis
Skyrocketing Into The Un all have native abilities! Here is :81-TliOM holding) IV 'lI'f'f :"'"
offlc e The affair, which was attended
known. INon-technical' account of help in finding and putting yoursto :SI: Group *t ihr. / .
r.- H V/ by some 20 officers and chiefs of
is work. :".I-UtAdir* of
rocket and jet development
well illustrated to intrigueeven Game Of Living. And we all IJ-ro f&rlrt a_ uw11 Vh I w the Service Squadron, also pro.
: :1:
those who have time for have problems. Patterns of Ubbr.\ ) vided a get-together setting horn,
: U-To\\.rd tN" s. r1 oring their 1 former skipped
and
Only the pictures. thought to meet, conquer use itKitith 1
a-'hovel y .
Comdr. Roland Hastreiter and hie
Elements Of Physics (Fuller) them" fora fuller, richer life. !t$-Conceit l. MM wu.e r...,.. ....
.
I I 4-\tTO\\ |M>ltHMIclKter successor Comdr. Robert WO-
Attractive new edition. Ideal for I 1-)1..10\ DOWN H-rtowT ta-Ith.. rf1Il11Ic I
To Promote 3.:>>>,900 Marines Hams
II- nrto Ja-caeJle. poundT
brushing or for the beginning
up -I'etl'4 cap I-JI'ootlllce part 1G-CI mllnM _- hold eta/ -
students. i Promotions for 35,900( enlisted 1ralendlcantFederal a.eacr rlJourneritCublo m.t_ I
this :.l-TureertoM (Inlt.) I-Wa. lI htl1hMal.res Rhymes off the Times
Jet: The Story Of A'Pioneer. Marines are anticipated year 3-.luu.Beeolne! I- *nr, 1< Skip" over IB-Hs.dee.1L
SJggested by the Naval War Col- by Marine Corps Headquarters.The : wwd |Ir bodies fr=I/yrlc poem :
; Drown khl'seuon *-Rerli>l*..t *f /a-itkkor. ,""lOt
lege for professional reading. Sir plans include 100 technical 5i-Vigor (coJIoq) J-(:>>rn.r 4 t 'f11-R.nnei'rl / -Fifth

Frank Whittle's account of his sergeants, 500 staff sergeants& 3- -.T..t..10 I That Hemet: I* (&\ .).U-Roc\"t. N-(7.rpe.e tan!
practical work on the turbo-jet 500 sergeants. October and November l|">hab....'tle. ..., t-Atro.lf Welcome. 'It-I.rn. trlnking U.. eetl.4k,4 A GeNt 1 ems WELL GOtlI6N KNOW _

engine will interest the layman promotions quotas to corporal f.1-CMIACAsa1 tt-OOAI l/-NatXatir l s meld .
MAivtur 1liNstrl.dlnal '( 'f If In LDGT oA SnuiJIN :
p1)
,as well as the professional and sergeant have not yet t .1 7IIATU. IE.J'ItAN"
4 Cavalry Of The Sky. Exp.eri- been determined.. I {Answer gage, ft). ; J' _

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Marines Aid


\ Y Junior Drum

--\ j4t ,

j ,
Bugle Corps

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? ( it's Five Marines from
, Airman
',f i
Stop for Just a minute and Preparatory School at the Na\'a

, think. Just what is a Seaman? Air Technical Training Cn.j

:t Variations and descriptions run ter are lending a hand ,in the
formation
I l.' ; far and wide and ;yet you still combined drum of one and of the first
\ bugle I
,f iI aren't quite sure that you have and drill teams in the South corer

I covered all the ground that takein Jointly: sponsored by Amen

) that person who so cockily can Legion Post 278 and St

( wears those three white stripes :Mathews Catholic School In

I Here is a picture of a seaman Lakeshore, the 85 pupils and

that we think covers the Navy's V rl their drill-masters hold drill
\i v <: \G practices three
:
Wave completely/ as any + f'KhS. times a Week.
we've read. The author of this S including Saturday morning
55
bit of journalistic talent is Unknown i... ",........" .,. .. ...;. .':. .. '. ....... .. w ..:....: :;::::>...:.,.!. ".t. .:'. .> ..:::,.;t.';';""' ...".;.;..:-M'*'"....".;{.".>>><< ;_.;.;,.."; Titled "The Dixie Rebels

but whoever it may be, he MARINES: HELP BUGLE CORPS Five Marine sergeants from the Naval Air Technical Train- the corpsmen and drill team
or she must have at one time tug Center are lending a helping; hand weekends in the formation of "The Dixie Rebels"r one of will be dressed-in Confodiratc-
been a Seaman. the first junior drum and bugle corps In the south. Left are Sgts. Charles Hojcan e Smith style caps and -
(standing); Lewis St. Peter on the drums, Joan Cooley and }Mary Wicham, color guard; Srt MurrayDrivers grey uniform
Portrait Of A Seaman and (standing right)-T/Sgt. Samual Griffin, Garry Mcintyre with bugle, color guard cap- with band and drill captain*
'_ Between the awkwardness of a tam o Mary Ann Kimball and Sgt. Raymond wearing, the slouch campaign

recruit and the dignity of a petty hats of the War between the
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officer we find a questionable States. '

t character called a seaman I 0 N6WWKN6W/ To the "Hup, two, three foui

Seamen come in assorted sires, Of Bass-voiced Marines Corp

weights and colors but nl.seamen HERE ARE ANSWERS TO THE sergeants, the drill team par
have the same creed: to QUESTIOHS SERVICEMEN AND T11EIR| ades around the school

enjoy every second of every SALTY HUMOR FROM f ePMINISTRA ION EVEKY VETERANS DAY.. Cily in practice. The fine point grounds:, Of

hour of every day and to HERE'AND THERE bugle carriage also is indoor

protest by griping their most ( Arm.d Strvct! has Scrvlct; ) -- nated by the sergeants,, c

beloved privilege", when the chief] Professor: This exam will be Q-I have 120 days from discharge can I carry over the 30 days to < >
my second: year?
yells muster. conducted on the honor system. to obtain Korean GI term Inspectors Association
Seaman are found everywhere Please take scats three spaces Insurance. Duringthat period, I A-No. Unused absences may

on top of climbing on, apart in alternate rows. am covered by the free IndemnityI not be carried over from one Sets Monday MeetingA

swinging from running e had while in service. If I apply year to the next.

:around, or pcinaps turning to. O&R Sec: "My husband is a early, will I lose out on my 120- Q-I entered the Armed Forces meeting of the National Association
day free ? after Jan. 31, 1955, the end of the ?
Mothers and sweethearts love great scientist. lie finally succeedd coverage of Government Inspectors

t them fathers arc proud of in crossing a rubber plant with A-Von will not lose on your period for building up wartime Local No. 1, will be held Monday
.
them Marines hate them an orange tree." 120-day free coverage if you benefits. Will I, as a peacetime May 23 at 1900 at the New YMCA

division officers tolerate them Boss: "What'd he get?" apply for (U term Insurance veteran, be entitled to GI insurance building on Riverside Avenue
and commanding officers protect before the time urns out. At even though I didn't serve
O&R Sec: "Seedless }) Guest speaker for the (evening
them. gOlbasl"! your request, VA will apply during the wartime benefits period
S ? will be a representative of the
A seaman is peace with an your initial payment to the first
NAS Industrial Relations
air hammer in its hand contentment Prospect: Ye gad! What a tumbled premium due after the 120-day A-You may be entitled to GI depart:
with a chit on its mind, -down looking sh c1c. What's period expire insurance after separation from ment. All naval inspectors" are

wisdom with its mouth hanging hOlding it together? Q-I am attending a three-year Hen-ice. This benefit.was not affected urged to attend.

open and the hope of the Agent: The termites are hold trade school course under the by the proclamation establishing ,- eran. I could have entered PublicLaw

future with a swab on its ing hands. Korean GI Bill. I am allowed up Jan 31 an the cutofffor 16 training earlier than this

:shoulder.A; 1 to 30 days absences a year. If I'm wartime benefits. but I never got around to it. If I

seaman is a composite. She "That ;you, Jake?" not absent at 'all the first year, Q-I am a disabled WWII vetacquaintance. apply now, would I be able to get

has the appetite of a horse, the "Yep, this is Jake. four 'ears.ot. training?

digestion of a sword-swallower, "It don't sound like Jake." ;'<" A-No. Under the law, jou
1
the lungs of a dictator the "Well, this is Jake speaking all 1 would be permitted to take .s
...
imagination of a Paul Bunyan, r ight" :'...:' ... course* that you could C'olllJlldpby (1
the shyness: of a violin the "Are you sure this is Jake?" July 85, 1956, the end of H"

audacity of a steel trap; the en "Sure this is Jake." Public Law 16 program ns the,

thusiasm of a firecracker. "Well, listen Jake. This is j f A law now stands.

She likes: liberty leave, holidays h enry. Lend me $50." Q-I understand acteun

weekends, boys, chow, movies "All right. I'll tell him when needs at least 90 days of urine
he gets in." service to qualify for a GI loanI
r;
and comic
swimming, books. r
entered service Jan. 3, 1955: and
She is not much for r'I '
: duty night,, I
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Wave: "So 'I I Itli therefore I wasn't able to build
want to kiss
you
watches
inspection, taps, reville,
I 90 the Jan. :31, 1955
routine, petty officers, or genera i me. I didn't know you were ; up days by
deadline accumulating
that kind"e date for
drills.
.. entitlement to wartime benefits.,
Nobody else is so early to ris Marine: "Honey, I'm even kinder
Am I out of luck, so far as a loan:
without actually wanting to get than that.
i* concerned?
up. Nobody else gets so much fun .
A-Not neee arllr, Generally
out of liberty and the shore pa SN: "I wish I had enough money you need at I least 90 days total 1

trol.A to buy an elephant." service to qualify for a HI (aan,

seaman is a magical creature, POI:: "What do you want with s but not all 90 days must I** **-
can throw her out of the
you "
an elephant? .
fore apart
Jan. 31, 1955. As long
office but can't the
you get work
SN: "Nothing I just of your 90 days comes I he
want the
done without her she is unpolished

j'i ..Ii.!>
money. fore Jan. 31, you may I IH
and sometimes reluctant i
t glble after discharge.=
your
But when you're worried with a t w.. .
job that looks as though it Just Airman's Wife: 'Remembe r I J Seek To' Make Duty-Free

won't meet schedule, she can when we were first married you:. ....,,
mend your thoughts like new said I had a shape like a bcauti are MEN PLAY IN of Gift Law Permanent
ful airplane?" Jax sweltering' In hi h mpera uresutheseosix us here In
with three ,magic words, "AyeAycr Patrol Squadron Three membus of A been m
stem to be keeping cool bill (HR 5559)), has
In
Airman and winter
Sir. : "Yeah, but l'old-weather wooUes
your cargo exposure suits. Cooper
VP-3 troduced Jere
home based by chairman
Is
jresentl Jax
has shifted. employed at ,
long patrol[flights these six gentla huskies, Newfoundland BetweenS their (D., S.C.) of the House Ways
Wearing brand
spanking new In the rear are managed to scrape up a new and Means Committee, to make
red stripes and'proud of it are "Jack, my: mother wants1 to and Russell Neighbors, ADI harry Front Reo, AM1; Ronald Jilek, AT3, the law for free entry into thi
these newly rated petty officers: : thank; you for the money you sent Kyle, ADI; Frost T. Snowman no rate row (left to right) Alvin
Gerald Cronin ; Jack Lowery ADI country of gifts from _overseas
,
Nina AD3. and
Redditt, DK1; Rosie Geof her for her birthday."
servicemen
.frain,. DK3; Shirley Hamilton, "Ohl" permanent.

TE3, and Peg Lawlor; :PH3. J'Yes ". '. and she says if she's | 'Bjll Bottoms'
II ; Arc Disdoscs-l 1 I
A double wedding took' place ever" in Yugoslavia she'll spend Okay With Sailors., Rcnort
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last Saturday as Shirley Pillard It. J.Admiral: ,
Sailors
like
their
"bell
-bottom"
and Gloria Thompson traveled I to S Carney, Chief of Naval Operations
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Georgia with their fiances to A trousers, Navy top com said Carney.
most
guardhouse lawyer didn't receive of the sailors "With the larger comple
take the marriage vows. 'a spoon with his. coffee at mand reports after a discussion he knew were strong for the ments we have aboard ship

The CrackerJax will meet NAS the: Main Mess. "This coffee i is of suitable Navy clothing former, and that the jackets there is far less stowage room

Corry Field on their home diamond too; hot to stir with my finger," before an appropriations hear- are under continual study for clothing than before," he

t this Friday and Saturday he told the messman. Patiently, Secretary Thomas stated that said. "Some of the older item
I, nights. Surprising what a little the Messman picked up his cup ing.Asked by Rep. George- in the time he had been in the would probably be more suit-

V cheering might do for, their mo.i and'exchanged it for another. Andrews (D., Ala.) about the. Navy, he had not received any able under the conditions in

rale. The Waves softball club'. fs: i "Here's some' that'd not '50:'hotJack.'Vhp : "bell-bottomed" pants and lit complaints on the uniform. which they live than some of

a good ff'am' to ;atrh. I.. stated. tie jackets, Adm. Robert B. That stowage is the biggest the store-bought: clothes we

concern, was the\ opinion of have tried to give them"

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OFFIc EsC

Jaxman's Introspection



Of Surprise Inspection


(The enclosed ditty was prepared by "Lt. (jg) Anonymous

a of Fighter Squadron. 103 at NAB Cecil Field It represents the

u8 5--- \ 1rL feelings of most of the squadron who are standing on their marks,

-' ready to go, auditing the day of the surprise inspection)

Once upon a miduatch dreary,
Lurks behind and hatches his nefarious
while I answered weak and weary
Lunch served daily 1130 to plan"Number
Many a quaint I and curious
(1300. four, have you detect

Dinner served daily 1830 to L 8' \ 1fffw/d phone call bent my ear cd, One, Two, Three have all
Suddenly there came a tinkling,
ejected, ejected Quoth the chaser,
2030.Happy as though someone had an inkling,
"
"What's plan?
Hour rolls around againon your
inkling of my utmost fear
Friday May 20-1600 to 1800 .
.
Dream of horror
IntrospectionComFairJax ,
1 Once again the midwatch dreary
7 ac
The Career and College Womenof
surprise inspection,
and I ponder weak and weary
the Stars and Bars National Quo t h the earpiece, "It i iHERE. Is
Over malny a quaint and curious
Service Organization send out an ."
volume of naval lore
invitation to another enjoyable
OPNAV Notice Fourteen Able,
evening Saturday night, 1630 to Ii Telephoning, skipper storming,
accident statistics table, table of
1930. Johnny Jelinek and his orchestra all the officers informing
the week before

will play for dancing, 2100( I .,- ......................... ...... '__w--. ..- _....._ '- :Many a wife and chill! cry Number four most unexpected,

to 0100. GOOD CONDUCT AWARD Vivian Seldon Chester" DT3, through the background roar. Sturdyheart it was, ejected
'{ Sandwich Luncheon on Sunday, of NATTCenttr Dental department, receives congratulations- Out the highway comes Urn Still far off and undetected

May 8, 1130 to 1700; buffet dinner Henry C. DeTong, commanding officer of the Training Center roaring, squadron members panting Quoth the Jaxmen, "Nevennoie".
during a Good Conduct Medal award citedat
ceremony. Vivian was pouring; pouring through the
follows from 1800 to 2030. meritorious mast.AlellJoral .
Club closed on Monday, May hangar door.Shuffling .
-. toes aligning, Comdr.
23. madly, Sings Top

Try your luck at the big jack- Rites some their shoes on pantlegs shin-

pot prizes and the many table ing, Rile In I Oratorio

prizes that arc to be had on Game By FRA May 29 Quoth the Percy, "Kveimore",

Night, Tuesday, May 24.
Memorial Services sponsoredby To the fipai-eft' slowly); walking 'Crusade'The
i Another Wednesday brings another NOT
i lose behind Fairfax staff stalk
chance to join the many the Fleet Rerserve Association

who have taken advantage of the will be held Sunday, :May ing 80-voice Jacksonville: Choral
Many a note and memo writing, Society will present Gabriel Pierne' -
big "Do it yourself steak fry 29 at 1100 at All Saints Chapel Monday was a gala day at the allFeverishly
slowly watching famous oratorio, The ChilIren's -
steaks cooked the way you want club as the 12 new chiefs had a
at NAS. .
them because be shuffling papers, Crusade Tuesday, May 23
own chef. Added you pleasures may your will As in the past Branches 91 social gathering for all other chiefsof sleight of hand and oral capers; at the George Washington Hotel

and 126 of the Fleet Reserve the station. This affair was capers to delay the fall auditorium at 2000.
be an outside bar and rhythmic
combo music. Association together with handled by Chief Kowalski with Cognesccnti, three striped, peering The regular chorus will be augmented .
% Units 91 and 126 of the Ladies
over record leering
Thursday, May 26, will be Family the aid of M/Sgt. Malone, who In- every for this performance by
Auxiliary, will furnish altar Asked the staffman, "This Is All?" ,
the club of five
glee Jackson.
night at the bar 1800 to flowers" and display their doctrinated the new chiefs in the
1 1000. ville high schools-Robert E. Lee,
colors. art of tb illing.If One by one out planes go soarIng -
.
Andrew Jackson, Landon, DuPont,
After church services, whichis you haven't tiled the foodat Jax inspector, jets abhorring, and Paxon-making a total of almost -

Survivors Due a service for all faiths, the the club lately, )'Oll'1'e really 300 voices

flowers will be flown at sea missing out; every one. is praising Tech I "Training[ THE CIIILDItKN'S Cniflidet\
and strewn the watersin
upon
Aid Under New
a Fleet Reserve Memorial it and coming back for more. Justo musical poem based on the pathetic -
legend of the 13th ccntuiy
Team Arrives
Ritual in memory of all departed the children can enjoy a meal
Assistance ActA of the travel of 7,000 European
shipmates. out, also, :Mrs. Johnson is specializing' -
children to the Holy Land

personal element will soon a child's plate for only For Inspection The full chorus will be accompanied

half price. by first string members of
,
be introduced in aiding,survivorsof Headed by Rear Adm. Wendell
Naval personnel who die jvhile '4 f t y! Sunday night dances will be a G. Switzer, Chief of Naval Air the Jacksonville] Symphony Orchestra

on active duty. regular feature of the club, with while guest artists and
Technical Training, a 23-man
As part of the new Casualty the pool" remaining open until team this week was conductingan members of the'Choral Society
However last due will sing the solo and supporting
2300. Sunday,
Assistance Calls program to be inspection of the Naval Air I
to the bad weather, the patio roles. Dr. Clarence Carter Nice
launched on July 1, an officer Technical Training Center.
will make a series of calls on dance became an indoor affair. An all hands personnel inspection will conduct both the orchestra
and the chorus.C'OMDK. ,, .
the bereaved to give all possible Welcome to Louis Fclgt, whom including Navy, Marine -
.
JKSsi: Miller, of Carrier -
assistance. most of you know as a new man- and student personnel was
Air Group Three, will
ager of the CPO Club. lie's look- scheduled for this morning by sing
Hoping to avoid the shortcom- the
leading tenor role of the Narrator -
ing forward to seeing all his old the Admiral and his staff.
of the previous bureaucratic
ings who carries the movement ,
friends and many new ones.Don't 4 .
correspondence method, often re- / of tho story through the entire
sulting in unnecessary delays and forget game night Tues Assemble Forrcstal Crew iBtorlo.

hardships the new aid plan has day, starting at 2000. Come early I
First groups of the approxim- All seats ate reserved. A speial -
been on trial in the 5th Naval 4 for dinner, and stay for the fun. ately 2,100 men who will serve book of tickets have been set

District since last November. 1 _' : 4 aboard the new attack carrier aside to be sold at student rates

Some 50 officers have helped '* ;3 a'., ArUlcdForccsAskcdTo Forrestal to be commissioned this through the music departments of
Navy survivors with their new fall have arrived at Norfolk, the schools]

problems. f z 4.ay 4. Join In Annual where they will pass through the Reserved seat tickets are on
Under the tcMmical controlof I Fleet Training Center before the sale at Charles Wells Jewelers, 220

the Personal Affairs Divisionin AF Day ServicesAn vessel puts put to sea for the first West Adams and at Nice House

the Bureau of Personnel, time. of Music, 2651 Park St.READIES .
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the \Casualty Assistance Calls Armed Forces Church Ser- ,__
Program will soon distribute to
vice will be conducted at St.John's .
;
the "various naval districts and I c,1j
river commands Manual giving Cathedral, Market and 1
q
complete information of the A } Duval Streets, at 1600 on Sunday,

new personal set-up. 2- r' May 22. Chaplain J. V. Nickelsonof

The Commandant of the Naval NATTC will deliver the sermon -

district in which the next of kin 4
.
-f
F ';
I lives, being notified of the death, Doth Reservists and active duty \ I AL

will send his representative, a
commissioned officer, within 24 personnel of all services are askedto L
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hours to, call upon the survivorsto EYES THE SEA Miami participate in uniform. M ,2

aid and counsel on such immediate Beach, as everybody knows, is That the public be made aware t

problems as burial arrange- a tourist paradise. There are that the Services provide more rH. w
to /.y
plenty of picturesque bights r o
ments and pay allowances. see and it's just a matter of than; mere guns, ships, and planesfor

On subsequent calls he will opinion which you want to take our men is urged by Colonel t

help the survivors in filing claims In. Norma Curiae is looking toward Clyde H. Quillen of Florida Military
the sea, while everyoneelse
for such items as six months' is probably looking at District, Third Army area.

gratuity, arrears of pay, transportation Norma. The Navy's part in the program

insurance, and veterans calls for the Navy Band and color
For
Hours To Change
benefits; in settling the. deceased uards. -

estate; in helping with medicalcare Commissary Store Navy Reservists and active

pensions, exchange, and Beginning June 1 there will duty personnel are asked to form

commissary privileges.sos. be a change in Commissary Store units about three blocks from the

hours. The store will be open Cathedral at 1530 and march into FOR ARMED FORCES DAY -- Cpl. Dudley Pert,

Tuesday through Saturday 0900- the church at 1545. A short gen of Marine Air Reserve Training Detachment, NARTUi Jax, gets
with his white gear In ,shape for the I Armed Forces, Day parade I inGainesville.
1500,' and will be closed Sunday, eral type service will follow
; Marine Reserve Fighter Squadron .Jti will also far
Monday and legal holiday he making of color. tirlpate In the parade Saturday at 1030.I .




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Free Golf Instructions For Unlisted MenLessons I AFPS SPORTS :


in golf, the most Idea behind the free instructions will teach general golf fundamentals RoundupIv
is to introduce the at the outset then it
golf ,
rapidly growing sport on the ( Arm4 Fore.* Pr.ti Swvlc)
game to enlisted personnel who time permits, will touch on The 81st running of the' Ken-
American be-
scene, are now
have heretofore shied away the finer points of the game. tucky Derby is history Sew ,
free the NAS Jax
at
ing given
from the sport and to promotea It has been pointed out in en was the magic number at the
golf course to enlisted men keener interest among all these pages many times that Churchill Downs classic: it was

based here. hands. many player. who could be run on May 7, the 7th day of a9day

Pro Jack Harvey, who will All equipment, including classified as> top-notch, never meeting, was the 7th race
be giving the instructions, clubs and balls ,are available held a golf club in their hands the winner Swaps wore number 7

reveals that classes are held free of charge for use by any before entering the service. and he paid 7.60 Strictly a

every Tuesday and Thursdayat beginners interested in attending Too, many'a golfer has learnedthe three horse race between Swaps,

1800 and will continue for the classes. game right here on theN Nashua and Summer Tan .

four weeks. The first instruc- Pro Harvey, considered one AS course, considered to be Don't look for Swaps to win taxi

tion period was held May 10. of the best in the business one of the finest in the area. ng's Triple Crown the Derby,

the Pieakness and Belmont Stakes
-
-he's not running in the latter

"Man, it's sure hot;!" Rods and'Nimrods Marine Units two events Jockey Willie
Shoemaker won his first "run for

Ice Vogues I Draw In SmokerBy on the roses.the "favorite. Eddie Nashua Aearo, cam, up

J E. Reilly and party of 0 & R winning the last two bouts, within one and a half lengths of
Open Tonight Marine Company 14 of Airman winning his sixth
boated five nice bass in Peacock
1 Preparatory School was ,able to While Swaps waa winning the
The brightest entertainment to Lake last Saturday using live tie Company 17 in last Thursday's. big race, Navy's undefeated row-

appear in northern Florida this bait. The largest bass weighed inter-company boxing smoker in ers had a 31-win streak snapped

year will be the 1955 edition of five pounds. King Ball by the Pennsylvania U. crew in

which a six. Fred Bedenbaugh of 0 & R S/Sgt. Ralph Morales is com-I the 18th Adams Cup Regatta .
Ice Vogues opens
mander of Company 14 New
York
Disappointed Giants
and two-matinee stand in picked up four nice bass on his I
night Sgt. Sylverio Alcaro has Com- i fans are already yelling "Wait till
Swisher gymnasium at the Jacksonville fly rod with artificial bait. Fred pany 17. next year." Wonder why? .

Junior College tonight. fished in Black Creek The results: New York Yankee infielder Billy

The evening performances startat B. W. Dodson of 0 & Rand Cal Martin, 14, defeated Al Martin Is now coaching a Ft. Car-
Holly; John Cooklin, 17, defeated son junior baseball team made
2030; the Sunday performanceis his family caught the limit of up
Walt Cressman; Ted Burton, 17, of boys between the 9 and
at 1930 and the Saturday and blue gill bream. They fished in ages
Sunday matinees at 1430. I defeated Don Dunn, TKO(3)( ); 13. They will represent the Army
Julington Creek and used crab Dick Tolins, 14, defeated Jesse post in the Colorado Springs Recreational
Tickets are now on sale at meat for bait. Stephens; Mike Lincoln, 14, de- League.

Lane Rexall Drug Store, Main St Red Neal of 0 & R boated I + :. feated Isaac ,Maze, TKO(2)( ); Don Air Force IA. Ken Welch, cap-
Box office is from
open daily three bla'ck.bass weighing to I. Colapinto, 17, defeated Jim Hickey tain .of last year's Yale swimmers
1000 to 2100. Phone El-4-6144 for up
TKOl( ); Gene Presnar, 17, recently won the National
reservations. Price of tickets are two pounds each on his spinning. :
defeated
John
Wendell Tom Ka-
; AAU junior indoor diving championship
$1.50, $2.00, $2.50. ,. and $300.Tennis rod in Big Sante Fe Lake. shola, 17, defeated Dale lIeston; in Cleveland He's stationed

Bass should start biting againas 4 : Dick Hoff, 14, defeated Bob at Wright-Patterson AFB,

the dark of the moon is Satur- Cranny; Ralph Fillingim, 14, defeated Ohio Lowry AFB, Colo, .
Squad day and good fishing should start Phil Lobue. will be the site of the 1955 Cola
Thursday, April 19, and be good rado Skeet Championships June

until the fourth of June providingwe BREEZESSergeant 3-5 Frank Ramsey, former

Gets Back On have good weather. + + Kentucky eager and a pro with
Best times for fishing this week- : "Smith, what's the the Boston Celtics last season, !.
end are as follows: first thing you do when cleaninga now in the Army at Ft. Knox, Ky

Saturday, 21st 0500 to 0700 -: rifle?" The Virginia Amateur Softball
Pvt.: "Look at the number."
Win PathJax and 11000 to 1500 and 1700 to Assn. will hold district tourneysfor
1
1930. girls teams on July 23-24 at
Doctor: "Well, young lady,
and Richmond. A
Hampton Wave
Sunday, 22nd 0500 to 0800 where do "
Navy's tennismen got you feel pain!
team from Norfolk won the Virginia
and "s
1215
to 1530 and 1700 to 1930. i r
Patient "Oh
back on the winning trail witha ,. .. : doctor, all over. title in 1951: Maj. Gen
(News for this column be ---- I
can can lift
hardly my arms over .
6.3 triumph NAAS James A, Stuart, who retired from
over submitted through Bob Brown,, 1955 GOLF CHAMP ---Lou my head. And It's the same with the Marine
1
after 32
Corps May
Whiting Field, Fla. last Sat- extension 525, accessories division, Chaff, Patrol Squadron 18's gift my !
legal"f years service, fenced with the in
urday for their 10th victoryin O & R, or direct to the Jaz Air to Jax Navy golfdom, sheds his *
poker-face to give a victory tercollegiate aaI er championship
Vews. The column is for all Archaeologist "In the West I
1C outings. smile after his 4 and 4 win over : team while at the Naval Academy
hands, military and civilian). Frank Heyer for the 1955 Sta. excavators found the remains ofa I
Highlight of the day's play was in 1922. In 1924, he was a mem '
tion Golf; Championship. ChaffIs with foot in his mouth."
man one
the victory of Ben Sobieraj, Jax 1 also one of the top members ber of the U. S. saber team in the
No. 1. man, over Whiting's Seth of the Jax Navy varsity golf Sociologist: "Amusing. An ancient Olympics.
Peterson, California State ama- Ten Units Await squad.Crackerjax. politician, no doubt/ Bolling AFB in Washington, D.

teur champion. Soberiaj, who IM Links ActionTen C. has a new athletic director. He's
dropped his first match in seven Maintain George Makris former Michigan
years just a few days before, units have signified their State boxing coach Ex-Ford-
bested Peterson 6-2, 7-5. Intentions of entering play in ham U gridder Carmine Campl

Sobieraj and Wilson, a Jax the new Malnside intramural Hot City Circuit PaceJax is now a private at Camp Kobe,
Navy combination that has swept golf league which opens action Japan The name's the same:

through a triumph and around June 1. Tom Gorman, umpire in the National .,-
many
through many a championship, All participants, it is pointedout Navy's Crackerjax softball contingent knocked aside two .I League, and Tom Gorman
,suffered the first defeat in three must play 36 holes in older more foes last week to stretch its Girls City Softball League recordto hurler for the Kansas City Atnletlcs '-

years in doubles play. Peterson to establish a handicap Re- six wins and one loss. Three service return.

teamed with Whiting mate Fishto sults will be posted by May 27. Last Wednesday the lassies in 1 Quinnelly on base.It ees, shortstop Jerry Lumpe and

apply the string-breaker, 6.4, Units to be represented Include blue had trouble with Pepsi-Cola was field night for the Cracker outfielders Bob Martyn and Al Fllarrlk -
6-4. Special Services, VC-62, before winning, 108. All tied in are off to a good start with
]ax Monday at Brentwood as the Birmingham Barons in the
Fasron 109 Personnel, Hospital
,
Summaries: the bottom the seventh the
Operations, Fleet Air Wing the Navy girls hit the ball to all Southern Association.
Singles: Sobieraj (J) defeated Waves won on Betty Deno's out- .
11, VP-18, NARTU and VW-4. corners of the field to throttle
Peterson (W), 8-2, 7-5: ; Fish (W) of-the-park home run with Pansy
downed Wilson (J), 5-7,10-8, 6.3; --- -- Gulf Life 18-4. There was no Jax Golf Streak
Candland (J) over MacDonaldW doubt of the outcome as early as

( ), 6.1, 6-4; Johnson (J) defeated the first inning when the Crac Halted By EglinJax

Rye (W), 6-3, 6-2; Anderson kerJax j sent 15 runs across the

(J) whipped Decker (W), 6-2, Y plate in what is believed to bea Navy golf squad's 11.
6.2, Garrecht (W) downed Curtis record for runs scored in one game winning streak came

(J), 6-0, 61.Doubles inning.. to an abrupt halt last weekat

: Peterson and Fish (W) Ellie Carlson twirled the win Eglin Air Force Base as

over Sobieraj and Wilson (J), over Gulf Life, giving up only the Airmen outshot the
$.4, 6-4; Candland and JohnsonJ s four hits. Jean Larson and Nan Fliers, 17-10.

( ) won over MacDonald and Rye Ward of the Crackerjax j each hit Jim Teas, No. 1 man for

(W), 6-3, 6-0; Anderson and Wil- homers. "Eglin, collected low-man

lis (J) bested Decker and Gar Latest figures revealed by the honors with a two-over par

f recht (W), 6-2, 2-6, 8-4. club's statician shows catcher 71. Jax Navy's Bill Scar

The Fliers next travel t o .J Jean Larson pacing the Cracker- brough followed with a 76.

Charleston Naval Base, S. C. ... -' jax in the hitting departmen' '' vs. Corry Field.Saturday .

with an overall average of .800, ( May 21; 1930))
followed by Nan Ward with 500
I Enterprise Field Cracker;ax:
Friday.SOS and Betty Deno hitting 500. I vs. Corry Field.Wednesday ..

I Crackerjax, Schedule ( May 25;,,2100))
I
('Friday May 20; 1930) I Murray Hill Park C racket j a ic:

As a DlatrlO', fact we did' .have1. "f'a little.'trouble.r '. ''Enlerprise.Field -. Crackerja I -* vs* Cannon Barber; Shop.r .

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19 :May 1955 JAX AIR Page Seven -



Center Nine Hospital's Barnes Tosses 1



Posts 7-2 4 Second Loop N -Hitter ;



City Victory Spccdballer Don Barnes seems determined to carve his name 4'

into Jax Navy hall of fame as he hurled his second no-hit no run .

Whiffing 12 batsmen in six in- fray of the season as Hospital kept its Mainside softball intramural ,f;,

nings, Marine Frank Jankunis slate clean in posting its sixth straight victory last week. ,
pitched the NATTCcnter baseball '
club to a 7-2 victory over Hard Barnes, who has hurled all of to chalk up two good victories, ':
Hospital's six wins, has been as a 15.4 win over VP-18 and a 121.
Sons under
& Tuesday night
age
miserly with handing out hits as verdict over Personnel. '
the lights at Woodstock and
Old Scrooge, to set down VF- ,
brought the Maroon and Gold Jim Miller of NARTU also en- ,\/
nine to within one game of; 43 without a single as his mates tered the local hall of fame with /
pounded out a 12-0 triumph. )
league lead.Jankunis 3 a no-hitter as NARTU shutout ..
VC-62 stayed on the heels of Communications, J 1.0 However,
allowed only two hits
the Corpsmen as it collected its NARTU dropped its first game
.
abbreviated affair
in the played
fifth straight with a 1M win previously to VW-4, 40.
sprinkling of rain. Mel
through a s
at$ over Supply.
Williams, NATTCenter catcher, St ComFairJax recorded a pair of
his smart base and P: Operations, which had been wins during the weeks' play witha

with scored running three r.... : ,.......---.- riding the crest along with Hospital 13-3 decision over winless DOQ
timely hitting, runs
and VC-62 for the first two and 11.3 of luckless
PEGASUS a pasting '
lo aid the cause along, as did FOOTGEAR TOSSERS Horseshoe pitchers at
NATTCenter weeks, felt the first sting of de- VF-43.
Gene Campbell, southpaw first are retting organized la anticipation of the forthcoming -
Intramural tournament which will be held in June. Meanwhile feat, falling before VV{-4, 3.2.i Fasron 109 evened its recordat
sacker, who scored twice on two members of the Supply department squad get in a noon-hour Operations came back two days
hits. workout.. Left to right are: Norman Hall, Jack Gray, Georre Hall ,3-3 by getting by Fleet Air...
NATTCenter the and Art Beaurhamp. The tournament courts behind Building'51J later to drub VP-18, 175. Wing 11, 71.MAIN$11)K. ,
put game on also have been put in sliapt. FaetnLant's crew caught on fireHAWS : SOFTBALL
ice in the top of the sixth when TramtUtplUI W J. r.r.
Jim Youngblood walked stole (000
\CiiNAKTl : : 1000OpenUona
second, and scored on Williams''' Swim Meet S t ..'s
) J\ t .1tS:
hit. Williams tallied when Camp- VV4VP18( 3 3 .60*
bell doubled, and Campbell scoredon 3 J. .500
Fanron 109 S .J00
an infield out. Set 26 :FAKTU. 3 3 .Ml
May ( .n..lrlu :S :3 .&0'
Sunday the Maroon. and Gold .M vr-s :I 4 .sss
"SvpplyrommonlcktUnii' I 4 .. nine plays Trump ConstructionCo. X 4 .

., a team which defeated them At MainsideMainside \IVrnonarl XPIS I 4 4 ..333.zot.tot:

earlier in the season in 11 innings, VAl I 4 .
>r43ROQ 0 x ..ot
at Mason Field. Game time is Special Serviceshas 0 I .IM

1430. announced an intramural .

swimming feet t
be held May 26 at 1500 at School Hands AE Week's Mainside
the outdoor pool adjacentto

cmID the Navy Exchange can- Softball Slale


teen.Events will include 50- Initial Softball SetbackA The Mainside intramural Soft-

Thursday, May 19 meter free style, 50-meter ball games<< scheduled for the weekare

Mainside The Glenn Miller back stroke) 5 0- meter squeeze-bunt in the final inning by Jim Littleton with Dick listed below:

Story: James Stewart, June Allyson. breast stroke, fancy diving, Hukka on third brought home the run that enabled NAWS School Thursday, May 19

J 15-meter individual medley, to defeat AEA). School, 9 to 8, in the NATTCenter softball league Albemarle Field VP-16 vs.
NATTC Clime Wave: Gene 100 meter free style and last week. It was the first defeat of the season for the Sparkles. Hospital.

Nelson, Sterling Hayden. 400-meter relay. Yorktown Field VC-62! VI.
Hospital Destination Obi: Units entered are VC-62, Pinch hitting by Sim Woodhamand AOA) 14, ANP( ) 4; 1st LT-SS Nartu. .

Richard Widmark, Don Taylor. VP-18, ComFairJax, V\V-4, Jerry Paul of the Missies 12, AOB( ) 8; AKA) 11, AEB) 4; Saratoga Field Personnel

Friday, May 20 Naval Hospital, Operationsand helped keep their club in the AKA( ) 9, AOB( ) 7. Communications. vs.

Mainside :Five Gun West: Fasron 109. All team game for the squeeze play in the NATTC SOFTBALL
at this meet will]] Enterprise Field }'A W.l1 vs.
John Lund, Malone. points won last frame. W *n It
Dorothy
count toward the Iron Man ARC) I School; _............. V IMAMS VF-43.
NATTC-The Glenn Miller Sloe NAWS SCHOOL also kept hot School. _.......?.? 7 3
AOA( ) "School .. I S Hospital Field Fasron 109 vs.
Trophy. the heels of the league leadc.'rswith -
ry: James Stewart, June Ally- on AKA( ) School =:::::::.: SAN 4
j on. an 8 to 3 victory over AO (I') School ..._._..-.. 4 AAOII VP5.
( ) School ........ ....:::. S a
Hospital-Crime Wave: Gene (A) School. "Flick" Flicko' 11 I.t-KS ... .. .......-.... S 7 Tuesday, May 24
AEB School..., ...__... 0 7
Nelson, Sterling Hayden. ri rriIiwratNCY homer that netted two runs and ( ) Albemarle Field VW-4 vs.

Saturday, May 21 W'1masouu/ tile pitching of Ken Aumus help- Supply.

Mainside A Lion Is In The b r ed the Missies win it. Sixth NDVolleyball Yorktown Field B 0 Q vs.

Streets: James Cagney, Barbara AEA) School hopped back into Operation,

Hale. the win column with a last-inning Saratoga Field Faetu vs.

NATTC-Five Guns West: John 6.4 victory over First Lieutenant. Fasron 109.Enterprise.

Lund, Dorothy :Malone. Special Services when Tommy
Field VP-18 VB.
Hospital-The Glenn Miller Story Pickett cracked out a home run VC-62.

: James Stewart, June'Allyson. that scored Wally Rivers and Jim
Riccobene ahead of him after SetThree Hospital Field Hospital vs.
Play Communications.
WEEKEND TIDE Don Hampton's homer had put SeOSports
Services in the lead, 4-3.
LOW k teams, including JacksonvIlle -
HIGH
r y DON ESTES won his third FromYesferyear .
ti Navy, will lock hornsin
A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.
defeat this
I against one season
game
the Sixth Naval District Vol-
Fri. 6:28: 6:55: 12:20: 6:55: for the Sparkies on the
Sat. 7:10: 7:34: 1:01: 12:51: leyball Tournament to be heldat
Got The mound. Another in feature
"OMIGOSIIJ I've ( a weekly -
Sun. 7:50: 8:12: 1:40: 1:28: Duty Tonight!" Other results: 2324.Mainside Auditorium. May that brings to life per- '

formances on the Naval Air -
Also entered in the
.:gflCtlt iT7ii'g ''lriYf tourneyare Station sport scenes from dusty .
Pensacola Navy and Memphis issues of the Jax Air News).
Navy. Winner will move TODAY
TEN YEARS AGO
into the Eastern District
-:: play to
&
fu Ring Magazine singled .out
be held later this month.
the,21-year-old Brooklyn Blue
Drawings will be held at 0900 jacket, Norman (Jimmy) Even-

; Monday morning to decide the son, of O & R, as "one of the

?9& 4S ; schedule and opponents. The outstanding heavyweights in.

4 tournament will be a double the service, with the kick of a

E. .a .elimination affair. mule in both fists."

4 A Naval Air Station Aqua-

__ 5 It's easy to control your temper cade was in the making fea- '
S when/ the other fellow is I turing swimming, diving, and
2 5 .5 bigger than you.S acrobatics.

: __ ij FIVE YEARS AGO TODAYJax.Navy'
d f "Pilot to control tower! Pilotto triggermen placed -
control tower; I'm coming in,
second behind th highly-
'
4 please give landing instructions." touted Norfolk NAS team in
_
t: $ ""Control tower to pilot! Control -
the first annual Mid-Southern
: ... "' %'Y:q. tower to pilot! Why are you
.": ,; ; t 92 y. i' Service Skeet shoot held at the
< "
yelling loud?
BO
Naval Air Station, Memphis.
"...... "Pilot to control tower! I don't
i m> i.4v|iii4jHitwH-ijH-iipm'--Hiimiiii-Jtmpl1'1[ | | ||| | | ''i111 "" Herb Pistle paced the Jax-
two outdoors, are well have a radio!I"
.ASEkcuAiiis'_ ?; jrssrtzesji gsssaaasa right are: Ewell John- S Navy team ,to second place by
2 crew aDd Kf Clldden.,however missing only one target out of
? Brumfield/WilliaM Penn !1t I The height of bad 1uck-.ta-
George W5lr' JhBBIiIlIb rSUilSe wishing t. assume: IIItb duties are asked U intact SreelalServices 100.t .
wore life are cknerc with lockjaw?
.Building 614, extension: *22*.



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&mII11D Open House

(Continued From rage 1)be

'FOR RENT the ship's weather maps and

4 rm. /urn. apt., Hedrick St., Avondale forecasting equipment; photogra- CRUSADE
EV 91170. phic equipment; pictures of the
4 'rm. furn. apt., Ige rms., Her ship's Korean and Mediterranean l Cllfill
?
chell and Park, EV 91170. cruises; and a huge world map

Unfurn. home, $50, 328 Milwalkee, showing the route 'taken on both.
Orange Pk., 112 84291. Large displays of ,survival, ordnance
Furn. lower gar. apt., 2732 Lydia medical, damage control

St., EV 9-5703. k and Marine Corps landing force
Furn. apt., $45, Near NAS, 3230 equipment will also be seen.

'. Mayflower St., EV 71374. ,:. :j PARTICIPATING in the NAS 150
: : J
2 bdrm. unfurn. apt. available '.< i' ',':,>.,'\ Jax Open House will be units of
June 5, "Pensacola, EV 72692. t the Army, Navy and Air Force.
2 bdrm unfurn. apt. Conven. NAS ;i;::::,: : ii The Army will break out,of a 155
; .
,
7.2619 t ,.... ; howitzer 40 antiaircraft .
$08.50,1523 Ingleside;EV ::: : ; mm and a mm
or EV 91987. ... <;I: :;" :' gun;; a 57 mm recoiless 140

2 furn.-apt., Utilities, $69 and $90, .., '.": "'',: :;:'i" rifle; 81 and 60 mm mortars;
1026 Chesbrouch, EV 80871.: :,:: : ; machine guns and a display of

' 1 bdrm. ,house, Ige yrd., $69, :j I small arms. ,
Roosevelt Blvd., EV 80871. Aircraft include the''WV-1 Constellation 130
.
TWO !MORE NEWLY COMMISSIONED AP'S These two
6 house available June 12 -
rm. flown by the hurricane
aviation pilots attached to NAS Operations are among the 14
$95, >;*t. 366, Robey, 5136 Mar- here receiving temporary' commissions. Joseph Sousa ADCAP( ) hunters; the ,P2V Neptune bomber -
len Ave., Lake Shore. (left) has been commissioned to Lt., while Marion ADOAP ; the TV-2 jet trainer; the
,3 rm. apt., $56.50., 545 W. 23rd, ( ), (right) has been given the rank of LtJg( ), The reliable F9F-8 Cougar; the F2H-2 and J
EL 34623. AP's fly all types of planes. (See Story Page 1)) F2H3- Banshee jets; the FJ-2 120

Furn.: apt., Irg. yd., $75, 5255 Alpha Fury;' the R4D.8 transport plane;

Ave.-EV 91604. Marine Exams Scheduled June 22 I the AD Skyraider; the UF search .
3 rm. furn apt., Near NAS2811' and rescue plane; and the helicopter

Iroquios Ave., 'Ortega, EV 8- 110
6937. Testing days for the second 16, 1954; sergeants, 19 months, _
to'these
In addition
furn. round of enlisted Marine Corps March 16,1954; Staff sergeants Navy
3 rm. apt., 853 St. Clare, EV planes, the Air Force will displayan
83992. promotions this year have been 29 months, May 16, 1953 or:
F-80 Star" and
6. rm furn. house, Murray Hill, scheduled for June 22-24, and earlier; technical sergeants, 30 T-6 trainer."Shooting a .,
EV 7-5141 (evenings), EV 7- July 20-22, according to Marine months; April 16, 1953 or. earl- 00
1210. Corps Headquarters.Those ier. NARTU will stage a carrier
breakup at 1600 and also will
2 rm apt., $40, 2363 Myra, EV 7- who meet the service- Earlier announcement of pro.
3935. in-grade requirements by Oct. have a static display of aircraft
motion estimated
Furn. apt., Pvt. entrance, 2264 1, 1955, will be allowed to take plans 100 engines inside the hangars. The
Delwood,'EV 72070. the tests. technical sergeants, 500 staff Navy'band will give a concert 90

.. Eligibility requirements call sergeants, and 3500 sergeants. during, the afternoon.
3 rm furn. apt., $60, 618 Locust,
EV 76806. for the following plan: priv- Promotion quotas to corporaland SPECIAL EXHIBITS by the

4 rm. part. furn. house, Near NAS, ates first class and corporals, sergeant have not been de- Lockheed Corporation; NATTC;
6238 Seaboard, EV 9-8440. 12 months, date of rank, Oct. termined. and NAS Jax Departments will 80

2 rm. furn. apt., seml-priv., $9, offer as interesting and informative -
512 Chelsea St., EV 81870. display of equipment; weapons -

3 rm. furn. apt., priv., $11, EV- Adm. R SHOW ; and demonstrations of work
y ; performed has ever been pre.
3 8-1870. EV 81870.- (Continued From Page 1)) j jI sented in this area. 70
rm. gar. apt., $55,
give the trainee the "feel" of be-
1 bdrm. furn. apt., 4634 Kingsbury ing ejected. The AGO School of NATTC will I

$60. THIS EJECTION scat training display two showcases filled with
1 bdrm. furn. apt., 1016 May St., model aircraft, and a catapult ar-
gives the pilot a chance to .,,
go ( ? Armed $ Ic.. Prtti ServIce)
EV 37053. resting gear mockup. The AE
60
through all of his ejection procedures A
screen drama about the
1 bdrm. lower and upper unfurn. ; new School plans a static electrical]
Including actual ejection,
apt., 3684 Hedrick St., AvondaleEV under the close observation ofFaetu's AF academy at Colorado Springsis display and demonstration. And
9-0766. instructors All mistakescan being planned by MGM. Scena the ANP) School is going all out

3 rm. furn. apt., $40, 2958 ForbesSt. be noticed and corrected and rist Allen Ith kin is roughing outa with exhibits pertaining to all
new instructions taught more preliminary approach to the rates; a layout of mathmatics and 50

Sm. furn. apt., 4633 Wheeler Ave., thoroughly. In addition to the'I story Marilyn Monroe, the physics courses given in the
EV 94275. ejection-seat trainer, ComAirLant Venus de Milo of the advertisingage school; a display of equipmentsuch
3 rm. furn. gar apt., 2636 MyraSt. Instruction 3740.11 also Increasedthe says no movie-making for six as gun turrents and bombs;
., EV 72763. qualification requirements for months after completing her present and cutaways of reciprocal jet 40
.
3 rm. furn. gar. apt., 1648 Semi. night vision, dilbert dunker, swimming assignment. The set of "The and turbo engines, and 30 and
nole Rd., Avondale, EV 9-5519. and oxygen training. All of Seven Year 50 mm guns.
3 rm. turn gar. apt., $55, 2601 this training can be obtained Itch" was closed ti, The NAS Jax departments' exhibits .

Park St., EV 82770. through Faetu<<; Detachment Two. to all visitors should interest everyone.
FOR SALE Lcdr. Eugene T. Allen is offl- while soap bub Operations is planning a complete 30
3 bdrm. C. B. home, 4758 Cates cer-in-charge of Faetu's Detach bles were atra- parachute packing demonstrationevery
Ave., Near NAS, Chief Avera, ment Two. tegicallyarranged half hour. Medical will demonstrate -
Ext 618 or EV 8-8686. patient air evacuation

23' turn house trailer, Alumo- for her famous ,ro, techniques, and seat ejection techniques 20
room, Lot 197, Azalea Pk., Make CharityContinued bath bit. every 30 minutes. Medical
Sloe also will a-field
display
offer. ( From rage 1)) eyed operatingunit
3 bdrm. home, G. I. Equity, $50, 93.4%; Administration, 82.5%; Ruth Roman ,, and survival-at-sea rafts and
EV 8-2592, Royce Ave. fives an excellent equipment.
Fiscal, 79.5% and Supply, 69.3%. PS
3 bdrm. C. B. home, $695 down, Staff, Commander Naval AirBases performance Special Services is exhibitinga 10
.. G. I. equity', 5041. Andrews St., Sixth NaVal District has In RKO's Marilyn Monroe Whole showcase full of trophieswon

EV 8-0547. pledged 103/%, while Navy Fuel better-than-average western "The by Jax-Navy athletic teams.
26' 1 bdrm. furn trailer, avail : Depot at Trout River has registered Far Country." Ex-Marine The Marine Barracks will show
able June 10, EV 72729. I 99.9% in contributions, __ Glenn Ford is a Korean war veteran off all the rifles, machine guns, o
27' 1 bdrm. light-house trailer, Cr I The "one-package" drive, proceeds who returns to teach schoolin bazookas, flame throwers and FF A
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pledged are reminded Shakespearean actor, has commissioned Drive
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after May 23, Krider, Ext. that there-is still time. 1 /
8442 or EV 71432. Contributors can either pay in Monmouth, N, J., to adapt the hilarious used by the Navy, will Standings As Of
Want man or woman with references full be displayed by Communications
or pledge over a payment knee-slapping novel about '
taking vacation in or period. Army life, "No Time: for Ser- on the grassy plot just southeastof 1la12..
near Maine to deliver 1952 Nash geants," for the stage The Hangar 117.
'Rambler. Call EV 8-6064 after PAP T 1 R A Winner of the best non-English Supply will present a board of go directly to the Ham Radio
1500. Charles Oldag. IIL ARNE RI language film by theForeign Lan statistics indicating the large headquarters on the second deck

SCARLET SEEN guage Press Club in New York economic part played by the Navyin of Building 954 on Enterpriseacross
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