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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 4, 1955
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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August, September Danger Months-

I Familiarize Yourself With Hurricane Alert ConditionsAlthough I



Hurricane Evacuation Bill ricane Evacuation Conditions at Ions; ((4)) prepare to evacuate hours prior to forecast arrival and
this is the middle ,
Personnel here are urged to familiarize established for the 1955 season, aircraft. general evacuation considered necessary
of the hurricane season and themselvea with the provisions -sent to activities concerned HUREV CONDITION TIIREE, indicates (1) operational

the "Hurricane Hunters" are of both the Hurricane So.- aircraft hours prior to forecast arrival, requirements and weather per.

still ever on the alert for curity Bill and the Aircraft Hurricane IIU REV CONDITION general evacuation within mitting, evacuate remaining fly.
Brenda, the season's No. 2 Evacuation Bill. These declared 72 hours prior to hours considered probable. The able aircraft immediately, except

tropical storm, all hands are bills are concerned only with cast arrival of the hurricane, involves ((1)) secure flight search and rescue aircraft, and
reminded that* August and' storms of hurricane velocity and for these actions: ((1)) alert ; ((2) send liaison offi- aircraft committed to OpCon

September are considered the neither should .be confused with pilots, flight crews, and to refuge fields; ((3)..evacu hurricane reconnaissance aircraft,
danger months for the big the Station Storm Bill. personnel; ((2)) continue flight excess aircraft. 35th AD, including alert duty

winds. The following four Aircraft Ilurr' erations; (3)) make advance JIUREV CONDITION TWO, 24 fighters, ((2)) make required re-*
To provide precautionary measures ports to ComFairJax.
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in the face of the severe ; r- HUREV CONDITION ONE, 12

tropical storms which threaten hours prior to forecast arrival

Florida each year from June to with final evacuation required, di-
November has been the seasonal rects.(1)( ) operational requirementsand

duty assigned the Naval Air Station J11X weather permitting, evacuate

... all flyable, unhangared aircraft
.A master plan, set up to co- retained during HUREV TWO
ordinate the plans of each of the La I ((2)) make required reports to Com-

various commands based here, can V-- FairJax. ,III
be set in motion at "pushbutton"tempo 4 August 1955 U REV CONDITION ZERO,

according to the Aircraft (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5)

The Best For Sullivan TV Show

EM AwaitAugust ,


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is the time of the 3
year that enlisted men E 4)&r the barracks air becomes suddenly filled with war-

dream about "crows" and whistling, music in staccato and repartee, don't be too
hope their' dreams come on the lads and lassies, they are just warming up for
All-Navy Talent Show eliminations to be held at NAS

true.The "crows" are those :1k August 12.
Two winners from the August
that personnel put on their Television show Sept. 18.
: show, to be held at King Hall, I
arm, if they successfullypass be selected to enter the Sixth AU Navy, Marine Corps anti
the petty officer exam District- competition Aug. Coast Guard personnel on active

and are promoted. L "> ; ::::7 ".' -.I',: :t Z .,.. ; x 27 at Charleston, S. C. Win- duty in excess of 90 days are eligible .
officer examina- to enter the contest. Person
Petty AVIATION PILOT C01\ll\IISSI0NED-Flrst among 15 at the Sixth ND event move
tions for advancement to aviation pilots stationed at NAS Jacksonville to receive his the Southeastern District au nel in this area are requested to
first, second and third class porary commission rank Is Joe M. Sousa, ADC (AP), attached submit their names through their r..
and finally to the
All.Navy
Operations department. Comdr. John N. Myers, NAS
will be held in August, with officer, pins lieutenant bars on Sousa. Sousa ,held the rank to be held at St. Albans command prior to 1600 August 9. f
the third class test scheduled lieutenant during World War IL Several of those receiving Long Island, New York. ANTICIPATING a huge response J
Tuesday August 9; porary appointments had held previous commissions and to the call for talent for
second class August the rank they held during WWII, while those not previously THE BEST TALENT in the
exams
missioned received the rank of Ensign to be obtained via these the August 12 show here, contest
16, and first class tests officials have announced try-outs
will the
appear on
August 23. for this area, to be held at' 1300
Scores During Cruise Sullivan "Toast of the, Town"
Over 1,000 enlisted men August 11 at Mainside Theatre. ,
stationed here will be com- Building 612

peting in the three exams. Local television and radio personalities .
Personnel seeking ad- VF-13 Posts New Squadron will act as judges. De.
vancement to third class
petty officer will N. Y.: For Drills clslons of the Judges will be final.
congre- Some 30 final acts were includ.
gate at 0800 August 9 at vS T41 NARTU Jax
In Air-to-Air GunneryFighter a Squad ed in the 1954 AU-Navy eliminations
Mainside Mess Hall and at will mobilize on August? 13 at Jax.
NATTCenter Main: Mess depart to NAS, Floyd Bennett
Squadron 13, recently returned from three months Invited to participate in the Sax
Hall at 0800. New York, N. Y., to con-
e ployment, which took them through eight separate squadron training operations.This auditions are Navy, and Marino

ments, has gone on record as having established two AirLant training will further the personnel stationed with com.
Over 400 'Shot'At air gunnery records during the period. readiness and proficiency mends based at NAS. Jax, plus
NAS Cecil Field NAAS Sanford
; ;
The Fleet Air Jacksonville 1955. the unit, utilizing the facilities
NAAS Mayport; Naval Station
InfirmarySome squadron compiled an of I to the maximum extent.
average On May 22 the squadron Green Cove Springs; U. S. Coast
34 hits at feet al- The Task Group Commander is
pilot 25,000
per ed for NAS.Leeward Point,
400 enlisted men of Naval Guard, Jacksonville; Navy Recruiting -
titude, and 39 hits pilot at L. G. Barnard.
Air Station Jacksonville gathered per (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. ) and Navy Fuel Depot.
at the NAS Infirmary August 2 15,000 feet, under radar rules

and 3 for cowpox, typhoid and On April 27 pilots and aircraft
tetanus immunization shots and and 46 enlisted men departed
chest X-rays. NAS Cecil Field for the USS Intrepid Y
4c 1 1r
This is a follow up of the new which was operating off the
system initiated last Feb. 3 at the Virglni% Capes. In conjunctionwith

Infirmary designed to protect Na Air Group Four, VF-13 par-
.. val personnel against infection ticipated in the annual Joint Ci. Y"P
from communicable disease by immunization v i 11 a n Orientation Conference

shots.Previously cruise, the Navy's "open window"to

"shots" had been selected civilians, military personnel +
given on a quarterly basis, with and congressmen. All
the actual dates often varying as phases of carrier operations were
much as two months early or late. demonstrated by participatingaircraft. Av,

But since that time, accurate med- .
.
ical files on all individuals have S
been maintained and no one failed While this 12 aircraft detach-
to receive his shots. ment of VF-13, under the command ,
By maintaining these accurate of Comdr. L. B. McCuddin, 4 tt :
4,7'
t
5"
"'
up-to-date files, it is easier to cov- was operating off the straight l E;
er such emergencies as the trans- decked Intrepid, the rest of the

fer of personnel to overseas duty squadron, was qualifying aboard
before the necessary shots have the; canted deck of the yS3 Ben- '

been completed. If the individual's nington.On : ) I :

health records show the need, he May 15 the squadron regrouped -

may receive from one to two, or at NAS Cecil Field. During ,Rawf4..Q91. M ,><>>.0. i4. 1 n.''' N.'r. ". '_,:,:{._. ,p :"1-" '.a
possibly three shots at a time. the next week the squadronshot
VF-13 SHARPSHOOTERS-Justly proud of their accomplishments in air-to-air gunnery during
Immunization should be wel- its 1955 strafing compex. their latest cruise are these pilots of Fighter Squadron 13. The squadron established two new gunnery
comed by all personnel, as a pro- High man.and "E" winner was Lt. .records at 25,000 and 15,000 feet, under radar rules, while 15 pilots earned the coveted "E"
tective system for military per- Roy Mclain whose "E" in strafing award. Above are eight of the 15 "E" winners. Front row (left to right) are LtJg) Harold Barnes;
sonnel and their dependentsPlease plus his two in air to air: Lt. Roy McLain; LtJg( ) Wayne Rathke, .and LtJg( ) Bud Hornell. Back'row' : Ensign Harold Bull
gunnery man; Ensign John Maloney Comdr. Leo McCuddin,skipper; Russell Rogers, USAF;and Ltjf),
( Tarn to Fare 8, Col/2) made him a,triple""E"
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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 4 August 1955Sn

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Get Last Chance for Times Have Changed
Employees The Navy
today II s lot different .
X from the
Navy of
m6,
Insurance Without Exams instance in more ways take Navy than one. For"

Published e.+crt Thursday tot Wavy and AtariM activities at Naval Air I pay.
SUtton, Jacksonville, it*. The NAS Jax Industrial In 1776 a Captain made from
,.A.s. Jack..aW.Capt. receivedan continue to be Insured without i $l8 to $60 month
Relations Office has depending
John S. Thch: Commanding Officer
Owndr. John N. Myers' t'CUt1,'s Ofncrr instruction from \Vashinff- payment of premiums provided he 1 upon the ship and Its guns.
Fk 4 Air "1I1uIe.I'". meets certain requirements. An In 1955 a
Ronr A dm. John Perry .__ Commander ton'crifing- a previous re- :. Captain makes
Capt. Ulchaiti O Greene Chef of SUM port that civilian employeeswho employee on leaverwithout-pay from $592 to 81i and it doen't
nt'd Air "sera Hew status will! also be covered' by the matter what kind
Capt. Edwin 3. S. Young .___. Commander filed before Jan 1, 1955, tit command
Uomdr. 1lraak D. lley Chlct StUf Otftcen waiver of life insurance cov- insurance for one year without he has.
XMICtpt. Air Twk.*cU Tnl.IIIC Center a of premiums. In 1776
payment
HenryXJ. TVT>nr) Commanding( tlfflcerOwndr. erage offered under the Fed- a Boatswain made
Iul mi4 W. lUchop awi 1a Uae Vinoer eral Employee's Group Life' Employees who resign or are $13 to |15 clams, also dependent .
? s/eayilal
Capt. Fxlward C. Kenney Oommtndtac Offloer Insurance Act of 1954, will be' separated from civil service may upon the ship and number
lit, L. A. A1011 EuatUft: Oder of
JSAttTUCouidr. given a second chance to par- convert their policies to commercial guns.

Cant Wilson R. ntrlMt Commanding Officer ticipate in the program.To policies at standard rates In 1955 a Boatswain makes
Ljturtutoe *'. i lelfwUuyl t'ta 1LeC\lU\'e: Goer
; from |219 to
do so all that la necessary without physical examination.The $530, dependentupon

The JAX AIR NEWS U WLUL cumwwrcta1y 1)M Unou Naval Air LaUofl.at is to( revoke the waiver by filing premiums, withdrawn from grade and time In service
Jac 1 c, Florida, and d a jrarnBrlair< (and* A
::rxprnne to the pnvrnmrTit and In complUnoe with NAVfcXOS P-S5, fbrv. a written notice of revocation before individual paychecks, amount to seaman! In 1776 received
Nov 145. Copes say 4iKtiittuid free of charge; at the Naval Air Station the $8, against 5100 in
Naval Air Trrtmlral Training Center, Naval.Air &eserv TrxtnUc Unit anj the Sept 1, 1955. This revocation I 12.5 cents per $1,000 of base pay 1955.
U. S. Naval Hospital will become effective as soon every week.Personal A I>Chaplain was given a flat

Editor-Andrew II. Tlaney as received, and the employee will i contact will be made *10 across the board in 1776
>4a. Moore- Statt Atporten-Jack Holmes, nil; Nancy
W.aliN.EdltorBt
be insured, without having to passa by Industrial Relations representatives regardless of rank. Today he
The JAX AIR KEWS Is a member of the Arm* Force Frees Swvloe i can make the maximum'
AFTS matcilal appealing In thli publication may out b* rvttrinlrd without physical examination on his to all who waived their
the -wrm of Armrd Fonoec rrrui Turley. rtrowtoucitaon of othrrmutter. 11,076 lor a single
**! rmnlnkMa first day in a pay status in a position month.
> of rights to the group life insurance
-\rrut lt7 M rvlce pubUcatlons, It prtrfilbtted wttnout pensilKJoa :
12< ''tor, JAX AIR NS'v+\".. not excluded from insuranceby before Jan. 1, 1955, in order to explain Times have indeed changed.
Editorial ofnr i located Main AdMtalstraUoa BdllAlnc.. I'l one cxtenaioiMKM6. law or regulation (From St. John's Inlander)
iJb and S1A4.Recently. how the plan operates.
THE UFE I INSURANCE benefit :

is computed on the tint thousand i JV, *>

dollar figure above an em : .
'
ployee's base pay. For example, : '

if be earns an annual 3,820, he I j ; .

is eligible under the program for.

life Insurance policy.
a $t,00 ,. ,
Stress is laid on the fact that :

this will be the last time an employee I

can cancel his waiver and j ewt

acquire the croup life insurance ;
a car tore through a !safety zone. Several without the necessity of first pastIng I % .I >* if v'Sfc l'iV '* ** "* *"? $ $hrt

people were hurt. A baby wad killed. The police report a physical examination. This' "fciC'L l *<
had a notation-D. W. I.-Driviny While intoxicated.The means that employee over 50 or ?L%* i
danger 'of drinking and driving is the drag of who cannot pans a physical examination

alcohol on the brain, and the slow-down of reflexes and will henceforth be permanently i I

discretion. disqualified unless they
beer won't hurt..' I
"Just one revoke their waivers not later than
,Well sit down sometime and study the tables. Find Aug. Si.THK .

out just how much one beer slows your reflexes. FTTJL COVERAGE of the i ; r
The current trend in motor is horse
cars more policy will be paid to an estate or
power. Every new model sees some increase in lower) named beneficiary upon death by

and speed. Unfortunately, there's no increase in the any cause. Under a dismember-

ability of the driver to handle his new-found power. ship clause, double indemnity is ....N. _.......,_..__.._._...._.,. ..'"' __..___.,__ -- _
You can't simply rely on your new "power-brakes.
paid in cane of accidental deathor
TOO CAN BE BEAUTIFIED IN COMFORT NOW-With toe
It still takes just as long to remove your foot from the suicide, and 50 per cent of the air-rnditionlAr snits installed last week in the NAS Beauty. Shop,

accelerator] and apply the brakes. The distance it takesa policy is payable on loss of eye or located behind the Mataslde .Navy Exchange: milady need no I
car to stop moving forward hasn't changed. In otherwords limb. longer experience discomfort while. receiving" that kairdo. Capt
John S. Thach, commanding efEcr ftf NAS Jax. is
greeted by
the most important safety device, even in the
An employee who retires will
Athen of the
Alchley .
shop
manager during an inspection tour.N6WWKMM
most deluxe model, is still the driver.

Some jerks never learn. They are still trying to

mix alcohol and gasoline.. That's the highball of death. Big Dance

-A""PS) tI Tonight For
- -
\WJI HERE ARE AWSO C TO TVS
I K-Vet Bonus OUESTIOHS' SERViCEMCN AP4D THEIR
j fXMIUES ASK THE VETERANS The
'Champ'Dean
APMINKSTRATIOH EVERY DAY... Ci

For Washington; : Hudson orchestra It'BAkl'
Q-I had to take a physical ex-
I reinstate my policy 'who will play for the USS Lake
Illinois StudiesThe amination to reinstate GI insurance
-
my
Catholic 4th
A-No. Since your reinstate Champlain dance on August

Sunday Mass 0800, 0900, State of Illinois has enact policy which, had lapsed. ment application was submitted at NAAS Mayport has one of the

1 1000 St. Edward's Chapel ed legislation creating the Illinois more than three months. Some-, more than 31 days after most entertaining bands in the

Saturday 0800. Veterans' Compensation Commission how, a month and a half went by' your physical examination was business'today.Dean's .

i Daily 0630. for the purpose of conducting before I got around to mailingthe made, you will be required to orchestra was picked as

> Sunday 0630 ){ass'at Hospital a fwdy relative to the pay- report of the examination furnish a new and complete the first band to perform on television -

ChapeL 0615 Confession. ment of a KCI'eIUbonul.. physical report. using the new coaxial cable .
and reinstatement
I Mormon Illinois veterans should be urgedto my applicationto Q-I understand that if a r vet- for network shots. This I 15
I DA. Will VA still be able to eran's Korea GI Dill equivalent to the honor bestowed
1930-Thursday All Saints withhold any further inquiry training en-
Chapel Reading Room.ChriKtian until July, 1957. titlement runs out after he passes on Vincent Lopez when Lopez
Science The State of Washington has the half-way mark of his school was the choice of bands to make

1900 Tuesday JMainsideChapel passed a law providing for the term he will be allowed to com- the first radio network broadcast

Office on ramp. payment of a bonus to the veterans plete that term anyhow. I am some years ago.
of the Armed Forces from taking on-the-job) training under la addition to Dean's mutk< ,

I"nt.ataat"n1Uf'Sday." that State who served between the Korean GI BilL May my entitlement the evening entertainment will

August 4 June %1, 1950 and July 24, 1953. be extended after it include the Lake Champlainband
1900 All Saints Choir Re- One year's residence in the State, runs out? versus Dean Hudson's

)hearse Open to all interested prior to induction, is required. Excluded A-No. Under the law orchestra in the Battle of the
entitlement
servicemen and women and their from the lajr, however, are may be extended: only Bands a Talent Show, refreshments
dependents. oervicemen who have been and deer prices for
on active for veterans in school under the ,

Sunday August 7 duty prior to June 27, 1915.They Korean GI Bill, and not for three lucky ladies.

0300 Episcopal CommunionService are defined as career ser those taking job training. Invitations are available for
Chaplain Nickelson. vicemen. girls: desiring to attend the danced
Q-I am a WWII
0930() Sunday School ages The Washington State Bonus I veteran an at the USO, YWCA and complies
.4 through Jr. High Bldg. 804. for WWH veterans has been extended loan own a farm. May I use my G I and: stores throughout the City
i benefit
to
0930 Service of Holy Com from March 31, 1955 to December A buy livestock for and Jacksonville Beach. Girls may
my farm, or is the
munion Chaplain Griffin. 31, 1955. loan limited also pkk up invitations at the
)
tr only to the purchase
1100 Service of of a farm the nightof
Communion
Holy itself? Mayport Base gate on
Chaplain Carpenter. scry. PERFECT PO SCORE-filch- I the dance '
1900 The United Fellowship Tuesday, August 9 est score for advancement hi A-Your GI loan benefit is Dean Hudson's band has an wray .

of Protestants will, meet in Bld g. 1900 Lutheran Instruction, reservist rating ever at U the be achieved by a not limited to the purchase rf of talent The group include*
Naval
804 to view the 5th and 6th filmsin Saints'Classes Chaplain ChapeL Pieper- All i I W.1'Te> Trainlag Unit, Jacksonville Air at- livestock a farm.. It may be used U buy Lennie \Love piano stylist; Don

the "Life Of Paul" Series. I was pasted by Robert L. as well. Faffjey, trumpet artistry: DlU"Budweiser"
1900 Episcopal Communion Be.in et orlando, Via.13ow ....-
lea'Vnk.nd drummerboy
,
i Jones mad
St. Labs ,
Chapel Classes- Chaplain Nickelson a Warder," reports "Colonel why do you .
I always the
to the Dixieland Six, and
( NARTU
Hospital) one Weekend dose! ;
Bldg. 504, NATTC.Wednesday a your eyes when you drink :
month ? ,
and drills with famous Glee Club.
Air Hudson
0930 Service of Divine Worship. August 30 Staff Wing "The sight of
I 74. This Pf'rltf1 snore of good )licuh sub, .
1930 Mid-week prayer service 4.' was adllrnd In an advanre :aJr..aY8 makes my mouth watch It's a fine thing to be a gentleman
0930- Sunday School and NUT- Chaplain Piep -, .I went ph in t rating rum for aviation and I do not like, to dilute my I: but It's an awful handicap I"
tTaphrr
third ria" t1rlnk, *uh,"
a good argument.I .

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VC-62, VP-3 VP3. VW-4 Fasion 109 Report IL1C''



I Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons



; ,
1 C-83

Carrier qualifications during the VP- J '"
last week were not exactly the The past week sow two new ,

P.P.C/S designated, and two more .. .
success they might hare been. < Y
Seeing'TUe Xa>Ulble: What lies
pilots expected to be designate
The necessary wind wax almost : ', .Y ,
this coming week. beyond the far horizon? Seekingthe
completely lacking, and USS Lake
Champlain couldn't pick up more The new PPCa are LL (j:) J.VT. answer has beckorwd mankindover

under and around the world
than 2ft knots by herself. Brown and T. W Speehnan. r Z
Congratulations are extended to but what of the invisible things

Eleven planes and 14 pilots Ensigns T. F. McCowan. and T. C. beneath Md eyes? That lend to

could only complete 21 touchandgo Mason on their promotion to lieu \4 % the microscope. Here is the story

landings and three arrested tenant junior grade. % of the electron microscope; how It

out of the 125: desired. Seven 1 tame to bf, what it has revealed

pilots, who must-be qualified for VW-4 to extend man's knowledge, and

detachments within six weeks are what is expected of it Somethingto
Since the birth of Aerial Weather
out this week to attempt to com- been open your eyes and mind!
Reconnaissance, aJot has is
plete their landings.The .
said, publicized, and televised. Oraw>ro t Jungle: The magnifying -

Boftball team which won about the hurricane hunting, advanced S 4' F : glass made possible the excellent -
the ComFairJax: tournament in
storm warnings and in photographs in this bookof
three straight will be leaving
games Insect Weird and beautiful
particular, VW-4. But, like the ,
Friday or Saturday for Norfolk the l lead to real
old saying, "Behind every great pictures a voyageof
to participate in the AlrLant
man is a woman* behind a great discovery: with the explanatory

tourney August 8-12. Two wins squadron record are the men who -. text to demonstrate that you can
over VC-9 from NAS, Sanford 3-1,
diligently keep the planes flying.As FAW-11 STAFF CHANGE play Gulliver wherever you go.
and :5-3, and a crushing 20-1 victory one of our Air Force friends Comdr. Henry Lloyd (left), operation After all, insects are always with

from Fasron 9) gave; VC-62 put it, "you can have the car and Comdr. Lloyd officer .f ?'leeAir us.
the ComFair trophy. Wing Eleven, greets his successor -
the driver, but it takes the wheelsto Comdr. Jaek Grayson, Wonderfol World of Insects: A
.
e
keep it rolling." Leaves FAW11The former skipper Patrol. Squad. similar volume for: added pleasuie

'11-3 The Wheels" under VW-4 are ron Three. Comdr. Lloyd, uu- in this unique hobby.
Saturday morning found the old Naval officers der CoraFaJrWinf 11, directed
the men and officers in the maintenance maxim that : of Shell: C.lteetWs IU.4book: The
"Huskies" of VP-S turned out in too old to operation Wing sqaadrnnsbased
department: headed by are never study
si Jax: and overseas. lie lure of shells U port of any walkon
dress whites to greet their new Ledr. E. W. Westover. was proven again this week, when will attend the Industrial College the beach. A magnifying glass

skipper Comdr. Edward B. John. Comdr Henry F. Lloyd, operationsofficer of the Armed Forces.
During one week of normal activity as part of your beach equipmentwill
son. Comdr. Johnson who has for Fleet! Air Wing Eleven
this department expends in provide extra pleasure but
just completed a tour of duty with for the past two years, was detached wherever they might be.
time and energy the equivalent even the naked eye can see to appreciate -
the Department of Defense in to report for advanced Comdr. Lloyd reported to theWln
number of man-hours consumed bya the intricate form and
Washington, D. c., relieved Comdr. study at the Industrial College of ;? In 1963 from ratuxent River
construction company in build- beauty ot shells. Florida Marta
Jack I*. Grayson. as commandingofficer the Armed Forces. Maryland.
ing a five-room house. According Shells is recommended forIpf'CWlI
in formal at Relieving Cl>m4Ir. Lloyd Is Com
a ceremony to Lt. R. H. Tucker: electronics Comdr. Lloyd, under Captain E. impetus to the hobby while you
Hangar 140. oficer and assistant main J. S. Yang ComFairWlng II, has dr. Jack L. Grayson previously are here.

Comdr. Grayson Joins{ the Staff directed the of WingSquatbona commanding officer of Patrol I
tf1Woffi "VW-4 actually operations B-k ., lairds: Another outdoor
of Fleet Air Win:- Eleven as operations maintains four types of the P2V based 1 at Jacksonville Squadron Three. Comdr. Grayson hobby for yonng and old to sha.ttwith
returned only last week from New
officer and and do-
Coco Solo Trinidad
I Neptune aircraft plus our two delight While not necessary,
A combination welcome aboard. WV-1 Constellations." He added played to the far reaches of the foundland where his unit carried field glaaaet help oboerv the color

and bon voyage' party was held in that, "524 separate pieces of electronic Atlantic and Mediterranean. During out patrols throughout the North and grace of the form of life

the Officers' Club in honor of the gear are constantly in need thks time as Commander of Atlantic and the Arctic. which inspired man to fly (and to

new and old skippers. of checks and repair" and thishighly the Staff aircraft he traveled whittle?).

responsible job that of many thousands or miles inspect! 'Cane Hunter
City .( rust: The humming
keeping- 'em flyingand tracking, I ing the activities of Wing units
sound belongs to may afternoonsin
Is handled entirely by the SO men
'raIDTJaurscby a garden. Of .
Tells Of course :your
and officers that make up the De- ceived his honorable discharge last Navy'sWeather ,school books left some idea of the

partment.All week and began looking for a
industrious habits of the bee bill
August 4 the productive qualities are green pasture in which to retire Role
here is a story a* well as science.In .
Mainside Special Delivery not found in the maintenance dc- S
fact, you may not cart a whit
(drama) Joseph Cotton, Eva Bar- partment.-*however. Lt. (jg) R. Lt. A. N. Fowler aerology officer
raar.a lIS for the science but ;you will enjoyall
to*. A. Wing airborne CIC officer of VW-4, Jacksonvilles' "Hur
The Beaver team has shown the ingredients of adventure
NATTC The Big Sleep mentioned that his wife Ann Marie golf ricane Hunters", presented a 30 .villainy and romance in
an
Lau-' gave birth to a six-pound, steady improvement since the first minute lecture on the mission and unusual -
(drama) Humphrey Bogart, setting with most amazing chatactrers -
ren BacalL 13 -ounce girl I. christened Elizabeth match. They now hate a firm activities of the Navy's weather .

Hospital All The Brothers Ann, and Lester Triplett. grip on a play-off position with rcconniassance squadron at the
Field lUok of Reeks AJN Mineral -
BM3, is the proud father of a girl Aviation Workshop sponsored by
Were Valiant (color drama) Rob- match left in
one regular reason *: Surely all boys and girls
Miami.
the University
which was born just before this
ert Taylor, Ann Blyth. have at one time cluttered pocketsand
play.
The lecture which held at
story was written, and as yet has was
Friday, August :5 I boxes with bits of rock and
MCAS Masters field in Miami
no name. Dick Chattilier, YN2, Jack Bird,
Mainside Bring Your Smile: last week a of the work stones. This well illustrated guide
Just entering this busy and virile SN. and Otto Coil, TM2, have was part
Along (color musical) Frankie firm of VW-4 is Eugene C. shop devoted to weather. fs to remind those who may have!
signed over for six years. forgotten the fascination of the
Laine Connie Towers. :
Bryant AD2 from Barbers' Point Those attending the lecture represented -

NATTC Special Delivery Hawaii. Bryant was attached to The squadron lost one man lost a cross section of Ame earth's formation as well as those;

(drama) Joseph Cotton, Eva Bar- VW-1 while stationed there. week, he was Rudolph Saak who rica's teachers and instructorswho who have continued to follow the

tok. Robert F. Shaffner, AO3, re- returned to Vero Beach, Fla.FRENCH. participated in the Univer- hobby

Hospital The Big Sleep sity's aviation promotion programfor ) Sowflak: Drawings and pi'ore
", schools and colleges. as delicate as a snowflake tell a
(drama) Humphrey Bogart, Lau-
ren Bacall. M I Assisted by Ensign V., J. Schup- delightful allegory of creation and

I pert, Lt. Fowler presented a chart life. Shan this with a good companion
Saturday August 6
: i outlining areas of which the read it to the children: or

Mainside Marty (drama) I Navy and Air Force are responsible just read it you will want

Ernest Borgnine, Betsy Blair. for in early storm warning, to talk to someone about it1!!

NATTC Bring Your Smile t and color slides depicting the sea -.+.--

Along (color musical) Frankie I at various stages of a hurricane

Lane, Connie Towers. buildup taken from a low flying 143 Enrolled At
'
Hospital Special Delivery patrol plane. The two types of Bainbridge Prep

(drama) Joseph Cotton, Eva Bar- 1 ,aircraft utilized by VW-4 were

tok. 9 .also shown with explanations as Exactly 113: sailors and marines

Sunday, August 7 .to what mission each plane performs have enrolled in the Preparatory

Mainside The Lady Wants I in aerial weather recon Schools of the Navy Training Center

Mink (comedy drama) Ruth Hus- naissance. at Bainbridge for a month-

sey Dennis O'Keefe, Eve Arden. I The group of 30 members from long course before entering col

NATTC Marty (drama) Ernest I the Aviation Workshop were leges as Naval Officer Training'

Borgnine Betsy Blair given a detailed description of a Course students.

Hospital Bring Your Smile hurricane, why aircraft are flown Chosen by fleet-wide l examination

Along (color musical) Frankie I Into them how aerial weather reconnaissance those completing the course

Laine, Connie Towers. I supports the Joint will begin studies in September at

Monday, August S I Hurricane Warning Service, and one of 52 colleges sponsoring NH-

Mainside-Mr. Blanding Builds the purpose of a low level penetration OTC. After four years' acceptable

His Dream House (drama) Cary I flight.According college work, they will\ receive i

Grant, Myrna Loy. I JAPANESE AT SCHOOl-FoUl' French Navy sailors to Lt Fowler, "The bachelor degrees and will be com

NA TIC The Lady Wants and a Japanese naval officer are attending Aviation Storekeeper I Navy technique produces a more 'missioned ensigns in the Navy

Mink (comedy drama) Ruth Hus- School at the Naval Air Technical Training Center. Study- complete and accurate report of The Preparatory School currlcu

sey, Dennis O'Keefe Eve Arden. tar catalogues and publications are (seated left ie, right). Warrant the location and intensity of a hun Includes mathematics English .
Officer Jean Lenin Chief Petty Officer" Roland DeLabaudices -
Hospital-Marty' (drama) Ernest and Chief Petty Officer Tulllo Cacoviche. Standing are Lt. hurricane" than any other method physics, Itnl'a full programof

Borgmrw, Betsy Blair. Maknto Takrnthf and Warrant Officer Rene Cavoret. athletics.





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J 4X CONTINGENT RATED 'TOPS'

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, BY NAVY'S VISITING NO. 1 WAVE Box Score


"They're tops," declared -Ir Disabling Injuries

Capt. Louise Wilde, assistant ; ___ Tuesday, Aug. Z II I I

Chief of the Naval Personnelfor This Month
Women she enthusias-
as This Year
tically commented on the Days Since Last ,,

spirit and achievements of Lost-Time Accident
the JacksonvilleVaves.. -

Captain Wilde, here for a two- _
day conference Monday and Tues ( ,

day with Naval officers on mat. ) ;
.
ters of policies concerning the \ % +X '

women in the Navy, officially ,

opened the new lounge for en-
listed women in a ribbon-cutting SALTY HUMOR '

gala ceremony Monday evening. L HERE 'AND of

"The time and effort put forthIn
The lights were low,
making this lounge the beautiful ,
ailing Into glowing at
place it is, proves the unity "' ''
sat together on the sofa, -
and spirit possessed by the Waves
sheltered from the ; :
and Women Marines serving under ; '
the Naval Air Station commands," s- alone, romantic. ,
J ingly, they gazed into j
"
Capt. Wilde said 1 would give A< : __ j /i ers eyes. A question ,
the Jacksonville service women avery
"TRY THIS ONE"-Looking over the selections offered on the his lips. *Her eyes were ; ; '
high score in any comparison "Juke box" at the new Waves Lounge in Building 720 and having wondering. Two souls
with the rest of the women a hard time deciding what record to play, is Capt. Louise Wilde 'one single thought
wearing Navy blue." (right) assistant Chief of Naval Personnel for Women. Captain
Wilde Inspected the new lounge during her two day visit at the which one was going
Lauds Project Naval Air Station. Doing their best to influence the Captain's wood?
Expressing delight with the decision are (left to right) Ltjg( ) Dorothy Wagner; Lynn Stewart, :
project of giving to the young AA, and Gloria Arvey, SN. ..
'
A Colonel in charge -
women of the station a place E. V. Bishop, executive officer, and Lcdr Ida K. Thompson, Chief nurses preparing to make, I

where they can relax, play, and Comdr. Robert C. Woodslde, director Nurse, and Lcdr. Ruth Sty- ing issued an order that

entertain, Captain Wilde compli- of training. Inspecting Waves ron, assistant Chief Nurse. ing would be made In :

mented the Waves on making the Barracks 720 and 723 was on her Capt. Wilde is the Navy's fourth Headquarters got wind ,

new lounge their very own. Monday afternoon schedule. Director of Waves, replacing Capt. the Colonel received a '

Apart from painting done by the Fourth Director Joy Bright Hancock, who retired ing that "our nurses

'Public Works department, the Visiting the Naval Hospital, last year. The others were Capt. and ladies wore skirts,

; girls have provided all the funds Captain Wilde conferred with Jean T. Palmer, USNR, and Capt. landing would be made in
i and many work hours that have Capt. Edward C. Kenney: com. Mildred McAfee Horton, who'held uniform. ,

I made the project possible. Al- mandlng officer, as well as with the post during World War II. The Colonel answered ':,
| though most of the funds come =
from the Waves' recreation fund, No Drill After Discharge nurses are ladles- and ; :
''
went over the side in
private donations from Individual
would he no doubt about for
girls have gone into drapes, fur.,
niture, and other equipment. Reserve Bill Keeps Men The landed records in fatigues.show that to

Meet With Officials! ; ; '
Captain Wilde's tour of the station A Island :
Long potato
arranged by Lt. Elsie Han On Eight-Year ObligationAfter an Idaho potato and ,

son, w 0 m e n's representative, they had a little .L

Naval Air Station, Included con- months of being bounced about by both branches of Congress The little potato

ferences on Monday with Capt. a reserve bill has been sent to the President for his signature. due time, announced

John S. Thach, commanding officer Keeping an eight-year military obligation on men now In the service wanted to marry Gabriel

Naval Air Station, and I but relieving them of compulsory reserve drill after discharge, the "But you can't mary

Comdr. John H. Myers, executive final product does not assure steady flow of trained men for reserve Heatter," declared the

officer; Rear Adm. John Terry, I units during the next two years. "He's just a comme
Commander Fleet Air Jackson. '
.
The possibility of building a 2.9 *
vllle; Capt. Henry C. DeLong, active duty during the upcoming in ,
million-man ready reserve force by their A young; bride :
commanding officer, Naval Air wo-year period to erase the'
10 is most unlikely, but the drug store and
Tech Training Center; Comdr Ready Reserve obligation by serving '
measure was generally regarded one year in a reserve unit. timidly. "That baby
that could be enacted advertised she )
as the best men began.
This is a quick way for now !'
: 1 ,'.,:, ,' under the circumstances. in service to discharge that eight- really make babies big '' .
> DESPITE THE weaknesses of' stronger?"
; 'Qti. year obligation after discharge. ,
the bill, real compulsory reserve "We sell lots
of It
., J: IF TIIKY DONT shorten the ,
v >f ;
_., ; training and service authority have clerk, "and we have
period by going Into reserve training
'< -
-> :
y'y been put on the books for the "
complaint.
'.
y't y't. for a year, they risk being '
first time The bride took a b
:r called up by the President at time ( ). :
<
of
A maximum of about 250,000 walked out. In five
\::s.,1* Y of emergency or any "Koreatype"war. 57 :
.. the 17- to >4-year-olds! a year was back. She motioned
''': It Is a question'of how many '
: three to
,> may volunteer for from into a corner. "I
will do training to a void a Korea (
six months of active-duty training, about this baby tonic,"
that may never happen.
.... after which they will finish an pered. "Who takes It- )
eight-year obligation by training Once the man's Ready Reserve husband?" I of
regularly in reserve units. time has been completed, he will
have transferred to the Standby
UNTIL TIlE NEW crop of men that prefer may take
.a Reserve and can then be called
up active duty for
going into service start getting i
only] declaration of war by
upon who do not
out (the earliest of these will be
two-year draftees), there will be Congress. may be Involuntarily not I

no source of manpower for the re- Reserve "drill" is made up of tive duty for 45. days. -

c serves.If 48 periods a year, plus 17 days of ion is the key to

the short-term trainees active duty for .training. Those the measure.

-- (those who form, the new service \I(,
category) are not numerous:
,,- enough to meet Ready Reserve First To Qualify On I\

< -::," needs, the civilian components will

'::J,, ; $ have to rely on two other Incentive Air Force Pilot Sets \
> plans the bill offers, both inherently
,H >: (
\1). Z !, weak.Fir.t Capt. Russell Rogers, Air its threemonths ?:-r"'''',' ,
the services would: be allowed deployment !
Force pilot on exchange duty o ;
;
to authorize an annual
i ; ;
\
'
n
)"I with the Navy and attached to
':t.
'-Iit.;;? ''>t'-.,.,,. group of 150,000 men on ac 1ve the Caribbean. -: I
<" > during the next two to Fighter Squadron 13,\ has not
-'f1.tlf-;,.:: duty years \
: <>'>' get out early-alter a year's service only become the first Air Force r" ..' if" ;
Flying 1 :
a
.. :'I} ; :
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prrc....'O;'''! (' f"1'.';" ja"l. :J.!> .''':'JI if they agreed to serve three pilot to qualify on a canted Grumman F9- Jfi '\,*. :
.
in units. Similar <
years reserve deck aircraft carrier, but set F-8 Cougar 'tt .
has been the books \ M, "
LOVELY LUCY-Saucy Lucy authority on
all-time record for the
an high jet, Rogers 2f. :
Marlowe, pretty Warner Bros.starlet for years but the services have : ..
Atlantic Fleet in air-to-air gun fired 65% as
has the publicity department been reluctant to part with the Capt.
working overtime. nery fired under radar rules. he scored 97 hits in
Lucy's dru .beaten. point out manpower they now; have; in the Captain Rogers, native of = at 15,000 feet.
that she has an "arresting figure" regulars. IPhoenixAriz.vperfonned'ther :'I ,but,won't need a "captiveaudience" i Second,:the bill allows 'an annualgroup ; j '
,
'
;Letts'while.with'VF 13 during the Navy from I
in next movie"Jluckjr'rte. r
iheri, ,
s / .* r- of '20b,00d. men completing I. .t I't
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Hints For 24 From O&R Why I DecidedTo

1'd

HEALTHIER Reenlist. _
1v Awarded EPSCertificates
"This is my first reenlist-

I HAPPIER ment, but there will be others.

The Navy is my career, I am

LIVING sure of that. Advantages of the

of Naval service to those in civilian -
Twenty-four employees
I: When the warm lazy days of S ;J. the Overhaul and Repair de- life are two to one"

summer roll around personnel be- partment, who satisfactorily So says Robert -

gin figuring the number of leave completed a course in Time Manson ,

; days they have, put the car In the Study and Methods Analysis, QMSN, attached '
; garage for a tune up, and scan 'were awarded their certificates -

I road maps. Yes, vacations present in a special ceremonylast to NAS Spe

; their own peculiar problems. Wednesday at Building: cial Services,

i Aside from the minor problems, 168. who reenlisted ,

: one that requires the most thoughtIs I\\ i jiMp4 Capt. John S. S. Thach, commanding after he has ,
officer of NAS Jax was
,
finance. For those with limited __ had a taste of '.a

funds, here's a tip on where to go on hand to make the certificate life. '"' .;
Navy
" to get the most for your money, presentations. Manson
within the state of Florida. I Comdr. J. C. Wootton, produc- "A fellow doesn't need to bea

I tion manager of 0 & R, 'was in wizard to realize what the
: Only 350 miles from Jackson
D .. charge of the program and intro- Navy offers in the way of security -
: ville, and a veritable paradise witlj :p.;: :;$ '
: Its fabulous beaches and swanky if ar..ararr.rsdss I- duced the principal speaker, M. V. medical care, exchangeand

EPS CERTIFICATES-Donald Scott of 21 of Haas, superintendent of Cost Con- commissary privileges. It's
hotels, Is. Miami. Most of us suppose one employees
that a vacation there is for the Overhaul and Repairdepartment who completed a course In trol office, who spoke briefly on an all around good deal," add-
,; Time Study and Methods Analysis, receives a certificate from the function of Engineered Performance I ed Manson, who comet fromSt.
those who drive Cadillacs and wear Capt. John S. Thach, commanding officer of the Naval Air Station. I Standards in I
: Navy management Mo.
Joseph
mink bathing suits, but from April The class of 24 Is the third and largest class to be trained under ,
15 to December 23, Miami opens the Engineered Performance Standards Program adopted In 1951. Improvement programs. When asked

Its arms to military men and their FOLLOWING TIlE presentation i "Why did you
of awards by Capt Thach, who
families. Advance To
Pay enlist?" John
delivered a complimentary message -
During this period Miami of-
t the group heard closing remarks Lord, CS1, attacked *
: fern the same services and facilities
Men In
Family from Capt. Wellington -': ; to Main-
: as they do at the height of
Hlnes, Overhaul and Repair of
the season but because of the side Galley had

: slower business, at lower prices. Home Port ShiftThree SNOTES ficer. this to say: "1

, The plush hotels offer luxurious Overhaul and Repair at Jacksonville .'am happy inLord

: rooms at $1.50 and $2.00 per per- months advance pay has The Chiefs Club will be closed was selected by the Bureau -
been authorized by Navy Secretary of Aeronautics as the pilot the Navy. Why
son, "complimentary cocktail in until 1530, Monday, August 8, for '
cluded." Thomas for married sailors fumigation.The Installation of the Engineered Per leave a Job you like? Until I

} whose ship changes home yardor formance Standards Program in find an occupation and a career -
: Combine that wih furlough rates Club Is still featuring the
home port to make it easier for 1951, it was pointed out. I like better than the
! : of $14.70 and 13.50, round trip, patio dances on Friday nights; the
wives to "pull up stakes" and This class was the third to be Navy, I'll stick with men in
t on the trains and buses, and you band U good, and .the attire Is.
. move the family to the new home trained, and it also marked the blue". Lord, who already has
j can spend a week in Miami at a strictly Informal, featuring bathing -
. port. Enlisted Marines serving in largest class that has been gradu- 14 years in the Navy, hails
cost of only 25.00 to $::15.00, ex- suits and shorts. Come out and
Navy ships will also receive the ated. Most of the graduates will from Commerce, Ga.
meals. join the fun.During .
t eluding advance pay. be assigned to the Methods and Edwin Joy

l ; For a week-end of pleasure, the The "loan" may be paid at any this hot weather, more Standards Division of the Produc- Chief Radioman -F:; .. t.t;
i oldest town In the United States, and more chiefs and families are Their
tion Engineering Group. with NAS" } h
time after the ship receives official >z
,! St. Augustine, holds a treasure notice of change of port and seen at the Club for the dinner mission is to establish time standards Communl.t'\i ( ." .

, chest of amusements. not later than 30 days after the hour. If you haven't yet tried theChIef' and improve methods for all cations, a veteran ..( t,\ : Y4

,:t, Just 35 mile from Naval Air ,change has been made. Club specials Come out. shops In the 0 &: R Department. of 20 years.: .<. <:

, Station Jacksonville, the picturesque Such advance pay has been Children's plates are at half price. TilE TRAINING CLASS, which service, who re-J ,rth.'

; old town .is sometimes over- given previously upon change of permanent change of duty station began in I January, consisted of 375 enlisted I a I tiit:: ?<& .

looked by Navy personnel. Conducted permanent duty station, normally -the enlisted man is required to hours of classroom and 705: hoursof week, declared Joy

.1 tours in horse drawn, open receiving only one month's advance have at least six month' obligated practical instruction in time "I like the military life. I

t surreys, is the most interestingway pay. In both caseschangeof service in order to qualify for the study, standard data, work simplification joined when I was just a boy
to see and learn the historyof methods-time measurement and it has been my career. My
home port or home ;yard and advance pay.
the town. and related industrial engi in .the service haven't
year,
.1 The fort of Castlllio da San : neering subjects. all happy-go-lucky ones,

. t Marco, situated on a man-made j -I Ir Alto D. Fryer, Warren L. Lewis, but we take the good with the

hill overlooking the river, draws and William R. Quinn of the 0 & bad no matter what field we

't you back into the 1500's, when the -- R Industrial Engineering Staff, follow. When you spend 20

Spanish defended the town against were the instructors. The graduates years in one organization, it

. French and English marauders. were originally selected from proves you must like it My
f 139 Navy cruise has been 'an
. applicants. enjoyable -
The oldest house and schoolhouse -
,
Those who received certificates I one." Joy is from Rich
. in the U. S. Is to be found
'I' Included Wayne O. Anders, Francis field, Idaho.
I i in St. Augustine along with thecountry's R< g'r:1
G. Boyle, John G. Cooke, Wal-
.1 j first mission, the "Shrine
ter R. Farrar Jr., Howard E.
. of Our Lady of La Leche," (Spanish J -
, f for "nursing mother."). Funk, Clarence L. Graham, Edwin Kane Honor Student
O. Heck, H. M. Heminger, Jr.,
-. \ Coupled with Ponce de Leon's I Lloyd A. Jordan, Joseph B. Ken- M AO School

:, "Fountain of Youth," Ripley's "Be nedy, Sidney Lolodner, Charles L. James Kane, OAAN, of Felton,
lieve It or Not" museum, Light- McMahan, Robert D. Mann, Mar
r.. ner's Museum of Hobbies and the Sallf., was the honor student In
vin J. Rogers, Pasquale V, Rus-
.. wax museum, the tourist can fill :: 1WI so, Donald A. Scott, Harry J. Ste- last week's graduating class at

. a week-end to the brim. vens, William J. Stuart, SamuelL. Aviation Ordnanceman School.

r a. ,s:: Sweeting, Wilton E. Swilley, Kane, who joined the Navy in, .

t' Aaron C. Thompson, Andee F. September, 1954, has been assignedo
!i Vets, Dependents Thompson, James H. Davis, all of I
; the USS Salisbury Sound at
O & R and William S. Richardsof I
: j Receiving Checks Public Works Department. I SanDiego for duty.'VEEKEND.
.;.1J.."...m.J.:6S _. I.-Ma; i L .

Given Warnings TilE INSIDE VIEW-Enslirn William Starrett studies air.

Two important warnings for veterans borne radar at Aviation Ground Officers School at the Naval Air Extend DeadlineFor TIDE
I Technical Training Center with Ensign Melvin Schauerman under
I and dependents of deceased the guidance of Ltjg( ) John Malkwltz (right), an instructor in 111011, LOW
: veterans who receive monthly the Combat Intelligence Center phase of the school.: DAY AutosThe A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.
checks from the Veterans Admin. Fri. 8:55: :S 9:11: 2:32 2:41:

: istration were released today. CIC Phase Is EstablishedAt deadline for eligible disabled I Bat. '9:34: 9:49: 3:08: 3:23:

: They. are: yeterans to apply for a Sun. 10:15: 10:29: 3:49: 4:07:
,
: 1.'If a veteran or a dependent of Center's AGO School Government grant toward the
purchase of an automobile or
J a deceased veteran changes his address Wife: Why don't you want meo
should strengthened phase in Com other conveyance has been extended
he notify A
t promptly CIC functions and gives the student under : Join the WAVES?"
for two a new
: the VA Office which handles his bat Intelligence Center at Aviation to years
idea of what expectin
: records, giving both the old and Ground Officers School was a billet an or school. It is closely -' law signed by the President. Sailor Husband: "You wouldn't .

the new address. Instituted with the present class I associated with air control Eligible veterans now have until b. happy dear. It's noncombatant -
October 20, 1956 or five years "
2. If a monthly check is lost or undergoing Instruction. and early warning radar. duty. ,
after discharge or separation from .
destroyed with or without endorse- With Lt (Jg.John Malkwitr : s
Glenview Originally ordered to N A F the armed forces, whichever !slater ,
ment, he should notify his VA office from CIC School at Boon: "How did you happen

at once, giving facts of case. HI., u instructor, the four-sec Glynco, Ca., for duty, Lt (jg) in which to; apply. Pre- ;0 oversleep'thlij l ; ; nwrnnijfT*,' ,
of Malkwlt came hereto assist viously, the application deadlinewas ;
12 hours
class receives
tion !
In writing! to VA About, guch mat- otis
"Them sven
!Smitty: were
indoctrination in, the subject. during' the shortage of-instruc October, 20, ,1954 ,or. (three .
t ten,' v//( ,ter\ I: a s:ands /dependents in 'the' bafra&Li .
faa4'pvelll
student. after :discharge
should identify them .lve thor- I The, course Includes ba.slc'ln. tors ,in-\ the large, years, pr separation
I v ( electronics and. class .at-AGO. . ,, whichever was later. VM for six."
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I Sobieraj, Wilson Gain All-Navy Tennis FinalsJax I r q


Navy's AirLant and _
LantFleet representatives i gether the caI1fon a. State Open I held: a C-4.: 6-4 victory over Sob-

Ben Sobicraj and Leon Wilson Champion, Set Peterson and! 'ieraj and! Wilson is their only

the Jacksonville's versatile Ben So-( other meeting; net th* Jax doubles
swept through toughest -
bieraj.. :la. their only other meeting: I combine in the semi-final;
competition that could be I
which took place dtrlngthe Jax The locals won in. straight Beta of
Missis-
gathered east of the I
sippi to win honors in the: All- ,Navy varsity season, Sobieraf won S-t. S-3 and SAlter :%. !

Eastern Tennis Tournament.I 6-2, 7-5v After dropping; the first that: the finals for the \

Sobieraj, &Dd"Uaon will represent ;I set. &.%,. Sobieraj: cam: back with doubles championship wasbreeze. ,a

the: All-Eastern In the All-I,a solid effort of C-4. t3and. 6-1 I Wilson:, and Sobieraj .defeated ..

Navy tournament starting next :to win the crownu. % : John Hu I.* and But Katb- 1 =::: 1 1O 1 Spring Cup Nears

week at Newport, R. I. In doubles the PensacoCac tan. ,rasa in an easy effort by the score Wind-up; Stage

The singles finals brought to- denj of Peterson and, Fox who ofl.. &.1 and 6-P.
I & ICs,angler: hove been at 11.. If all goes according to ached.

Co. 26 Triumphs :again ule.., the Station annual Spring
i J. 'E.. Mart on- sad: family;; Just championship should be de.
*
returned: from a. two week's vocartion ,dded this week.
'
Over Co. 27 In .
at Lab Weir and while enjoying In the quarter-finals! matches

; ;' ;the great out of doors Marion last week C.T.; Stltley won

Boxing SmokerBefore a a; did his share of fishing;. He over G.. It. Gay one-up; A. D
( boated better than SO( black. bass.
Cew tell won over R. R. Haulk,
a packed house of more Even the good ol cane pole will onevup- Jack Wbfford defeatedW.

than 700-( boxing fans,. Marine them In If know how to
bring you J. Larkin, one-up?: and
Company 26 defeated Company 27 use it. Red! Neat' and his wife Comdr. Bishop overcame
boxing smoker Hall: ,PwYK
in a : at King
proved that the past weekend: Cbmdr. KoMcrt, 64.
last six matches to> four.
Thursday,
fishing big& sante Fa Lake where, In the semi-finals Stitley win
Five of the bouts ended in knockout -
using- popper bug lures, they boat meet Cewfletd and Wofford will
*. ed 30 large bream.And take
In a special event the team of on Bishop.
Harold Gregg and Bruce Arbaughbattled puV puVr not to be outdone by his : Winners of the semi-final

fellow anglers, E. E;. WUsher used '
to> a draw with Jim Croatia, will then meet for the Station
his fly road at Skinners Lake
and Dan Miller. Th "ton of Spring Cup 1 Championship
I where he caught 14 bream and five
meat." all four being; heavyweights : match. -
t v bass.
fought as m team: with

the leg of one taped to the leg of \ i Drat times for fishing this week

the other. It was a free-swlng'ng end are as follows: Chicago Bears

affair and<< the claret flowed freely Saturday, August 6-0530:! to ,

on both sides.Knockouts :.a ,0900: 1400 to 1900.. '

were scored by hank bRING Sunday, August 7-1530: to 0930.: Cards to Clash

Murphy over Sam Gerace. Ken 1500 to 1900.
r ACTION-This phot. could be eapUonc "tfc headless
neth Ledoux over Jesse Edenfietd, boxer." Although "Tiger Ondriek (left* .( Cwttpaay 26 teak oae (TMx rfttamit to for ail huttta.

George Lorditch over Lee Pezzola ".a the chops be went on to win the decision from George Johnson ', Report en ffohtatff can be sent In Jax Aug. 20What

Art Woo ley' over Bill Easterdayand 'ot Company 27. in the Marine inter-company boxing smoker diiwtty to Jai Air News or te
at Hall last .
Ma.urk.,04utier over Steve King Thursday.Crackerjax
Bob Brawn, afetMM rtat divMos, annually], amounts to one

Tockman. Woosley is from Com- I ''OAR, exttitftkm 533). of the biggest "blood" games in

pany 27. Cast Eyes the National Football League has
Decisions: went to Arnold Gardettev -
been lined up for Jacksonville'sCaine
27. over Clayt Murchisoa, '
Bowl Stadium August 2X(
Bob Beavoo. 26,. over Knobby. Toward Tournaments
The Bears and Cardinal Chicago
Wateh. Johnny Morris 28,. over.
entries in the
NFL
Marvin Remos.. Andy Campiglia, Back on the winning trail after a short stay In the doldrums, always
play for keep This because -
27. over Colonel Braxton. Tiger ,Jax Navy's Waves Crackerjax earned a split with the tough Keesler year.
of rotating schedules, they
Ondriek. 2$, over George Johnson. Air Force Wafs in a twin-bill here last week.
meet only once during the season.
The enthusiastic crowd was kept Crackerjax hurler Ellen Carl-

going by Captain Thomas Mooney son notched: her 20th triumph in Pistolmen Vie (Personnel are invited to visit I They have slated one additional

as master of ceremonies. Cliff the first game last Friday at Hospital the USO Servicemen's Club at exhibition game with each other.

Dauphanis. of Mainside was referee Field as the, locals conquered For Team Berths 37 West Monroe SL The Club 1 is Through friendship with certain

with, MaJ, Edward Maloney, the visitors 12-L: The Waves pea from 0906 to 2330 daily.. Jacksonville people and: because

Spero Tawopoulos and Lt{Edward found themselves badly behindat : First competition to determine I Thursday. August 2000 proceeds will go far charity, the

Stacey as judges. the outset, but caught on: fire standings wilt be held by the :Naval I open house at club; Dance on two clubs have agreed to( play it

Company 26 was managed. by in the I Lake ChampLain.. in Florida's gateway city.
to collect eight big runs Air Technical Training: Center :
"Curley Alcaro with Hymi :Mihsiovien last two innings to win. I pistol team next Monday noon on I Friday. August 5 2000 Min- A coach f.rone of the clubs
handling: Company 21.VC62 strel Show1. put it this way when informed the
ft was a different story Sat- :the NAS team Mont:
urday as the Keesler lassies I range, capt. Saturday. August ft 2200-( contracts had been signed: "Don'ttell

Thompson of AO School announced '2400 heuse and record hop me we have to-go all the way
Downs won 9-6. Keesler went into the open:
I Sunday. August T Duakinf) ta Jacksonville for that brawL"
lead in the third and were
I
headed.The Ii round table. free coffee and! do- i Lost year when the two met in
never i Thompson hopes to build"up a
VC-9 ForFairfax nuts'. then off to church with a so-called exhibition seven playen -
Crackerjax will be idle :strong entry for NATTCenter to
junior hostesses; community.sing were thrown out for unnecessary -
this weekend. Next week they fin .the 195ft regionally No team was
Title 'ish up their: City League season entered! this year because of lack at 1730; vespers and refreshments roughness.
; 2000.' free movie-Francis ; Both team ore star studded
of funds and equipment but with
,.play and then will prepare for
Composite Squadron 62 addedanother Goes To The Races with such
names as Charley Trip-
Navy tournaments coming later dally noon practices Thompson
crown to its l tby anexint ,- this month. hopes.to have a good lineup for Monday. August 8 Plug Pong.Tuesday. pi. Olll Matson Pat Summerall,

; the ComFairJax softball II'next year. August 9-2000.* game ,Max Boydttonv Ed Sprinkle,
held here last week. : The Crackerjax now sport a 'night.
tournament George Blanda, Bob! Williams and
.28-9 record for the campaign.'Operations I. In addition ta Thompson the-
VC-62 defeated VC-9! of Sanford Wednesday. August 1ft 2000, many others
.squad consists of Walt BUwen.
overtime :dance with music by NATTCSerenaders.
; 4in, a thrilling No contributionis
membership or
John Bill
AECt T/Sgt. Wiliver.
.. nine inning fracas. The winner '! Cops j Cranstion Ali; Jim Porker. AE1; I necessary to get tickets whichare
to the AirLant softball
now goes
sellingon a first first
come.
and T/Sgt. Bryan Scarborough. do
; When you're :young you a
championships scheduled next served basis for $3.75. $2.50 and
week at Norfolk. Second Place In I Shooters wishing; to turn out lot of wishful thinking! As you $1.25 for students. They are available .
'
.
*duel should report to tile range duringthe grow older you do a lot of.thoughtful
The finale was a pitcher's
by mail from Jan Charities,
noon hour on week days. wishing:
between VC62's Don Glidewelland Mainside Playoff Inc. 307 Hogan Street, Jackson
,
.
Ron Smith of VC-9v Nelms of ville.

VC-6 broke it up in the ninth The ) Intramural Softball .

with a homer with a mate aboard.In League season closed last I Hospital Jumps Into Lead In

the five team double elimi- week with Operations capturing I Braves Relirn

nation tourney results USS Lake ,second place honors in 'postseason Tight Intramural Golf Race Home TuesdayThe

Champlain was first to be eliminated playoffs. VC-62 won the crown .

followed by VF-44 and with 16 straight triumphs. The Mainside Intramural golf another week. Jacksonville Braves letuin
tournament rue is still J nip and
Fasron 10?. Operations downed once-power to their home bailiwick next Tuesday
tuck as a new team took over theMe Teams which have completed
.
,
ful Hospital, 3-0, to annex the to open a. five-day home
). 1 spot in the standings as a their season include Hospital,
Reveal Date For playoff for' runner-up honors, involving stand.
'
result of last week's play. FAW-11, and Special Services.
five clubs tied for second The Braves engage the rugged
Badminton Play ,: First position has changed hands Still having- matches remaining
and third places in the regular- Augusta Tigers in a two-game series -
Date for the NATTCenter bad- I season play. .four times since the beginning are Personnel, NARTU, Fasron: beginning Tuesday and then

tournament has been set the match play. Sitting on the 109, FAWTU Operations, VP-IS
minton In playoff games last week take on the Macon Peaches in. a
for the first Tuesday after Labor 'NARTU dropped Faron 109, 10.3; 'throne this week is a surprising I and VC 6:. three-game series opening Thurs

Day Chuck. J awson of Special 'Hospital defeated VP-18,1.0; and Hospital crew which bounced up Standings: Hospital. 33 points; day. August 11.Servicemen .

Services announced. Operations defeated NARTU, 52. I'from fifth place in the standingsto Personnel 32VaI NARTU, 29 H; \ are reminded that

Flay, will be dW"lngt.M noon The final standings of the first take over the lend Fasron 109,. 274{ FAWTU. 25Vi; they are admitted to Braves'1 home

hour in_the gymnasium, ,Building 'six 'clubs now roads, in order, VC- Wlh'the teams ,nearing their FAW.ll, ZlKl Operations. 23; games at reduced prices. The new

t3.I'Aviation Electrician's Mate :62, Operations 'Hospital, NARTU, final matches, the lead will ,prob- VP18.19J,5; VC-62, 1Ti! ; Special ban parH Is located( : in East! Ja.ck; ,-I i iscnville

School Is the defending champion VP-I8 and Fasron 109. ably see-saw back and forth for Services, 13!'. near the- Gator flow




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I VC-62 Trims Marines, 5-0, For All-Station Softball Title '


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i I Rivals With NoHitterRiding

By : i

Quickie : :: I on the right arm of ace hurler Don"Glide-well,
N, Y. VC-C2 capped a brilliant intramural season) by capturing the
four : All-Station softball championship with a 5-0) whitewash of

Series the NATTCentcr Marines.I
dians?
Lt : Glidewell, who has never been picking up one run in each of the
rich made beaten by a team at NAS JPX, first two frames and put the icing
of the and who has pitched numeroussoftball on: in the fourth with a three-
teams to championships
at run bunt.
135- came within one man of pitching
Members of the championship
C., won a perfect came. Only one man
club include Earl Blackstock, catcher
coast reached first base-and that was
;Don Glidewell,pitcher;;Pete
'01a walk issued in the final
They Sheets first base; John Wagnor,
inning fanned nine and was,
Patrick : ice
second base;John Haywood, shortstop
aided by brilliant fielding of \ Steam
His
er.
;John Drenth,third base; Red
Hall of mates. Peterson, !left) field; Jack Turner
Leaguer \ For VC-4JZ, winner of the center field and Tex Goodson,
hit .101 : Mahiride Intramural softball' coach and right fielder. Line
Y bgt vompeiition, it was. Ute 17th Score:
tion of straight vkiory In station play. RUE
work The Marines won the right to VQ2 _110 030 0-S C 0
games. l meet VC-C2 ky winning the :Mar. -MM 000 0-0 0 0
Ffe. leagae champiMuUp playoffsat Batteries: VC-62, Glidewell and
tor of r the Training Center. Blackstock:; :Marines Isherwood,
Transport Sisk and Thamberg.Marines.
The new champs wasted no
Month" time in starting the ball rolling, I'


schel the Base,San JAX TopSparkies .

fought

Gloves Wallace Sports InPlayoffs

became : Briefs
of the '
The Station golf link U in eJtcrpUona.l
rently fine condition for this
weight .
time of the year. The greens are
American Lt In fine shape and an enthusiastic With i Frank Fosbenncr
returns golfers should' take advantage <1f and Tex Si&k handling the
the rood weather combined with mound chores, the NATT- i
as The an the good golf oourw and get .mt Center ,Marines'captured
rookie to try their hand at coif.Sitting the Naval Air Technical +

first i in the heat and talking Training Center softball title -
a about it dom more harm titan enjoying by scoring victories over
nati aeason."J] the Florida un. AE-A School and NAWS

1852..53 : "" I School
son, S. Cliff Dauphanis, AOC, coach of The Marines defeated the
AFB the Jax Navy boxing team, will Sparkies, 11-4, last' week
leave VP-1S for Iceland Fridayand and tumbled the Missilemen -
: will be gone: until some time 117.

Griswnu, in January. Sailor Bob Manning, second -
ton Gom Bob Perkins, A01, of VC-62, former base, and Marine Harry -
S/Sgt D. mentor, probably win returnas Oehrli, outfielder, were
Harbor boxing coach. the hitting stars for the

and the First Boxing turnout are Marines in the two-game
cent scheduled for September in Price series.
tol : Natatorium. .

gunning l For
Race
tionals Close
"Moon" JJulHni who earlier in
the season wa on' the pitching:
Iron Man Trophy
: staff of the NATTOenter baseball

I team, has been on the binnacle list'
as a result of an operation but was At MainsideTwo
The back this week for mound duty.
teams are waging a spirit.
S *
ed battle for the coveted Iron
August It's a golfing family at the Man Trophy, the top award in
I i I Henry Holdens, of NATTOenter, intramural athletic competition at
since Billy Holden, eight years old; Mainside.
held on has taken up the game. Henry
VC-62 and VP-18 are nip and
month, I holder ATC of AGO School, his
tuck, with the former ruling the
tee I wife and now Billy arc all golfer
roost with 3,305 points to date
and Billy's handicap has just been
I and the latter chalking up 3,150.
I cut four times.
Iron Alan Trophy
Standings
Ping balls literally "filled
En t r I pong Team Points
checker : the air" at NATTCenter this weekas VC-C2 Uft1
ceived the annual intramural tournament VP-18 31SOComFalrJu
noon. I got under way. Seven tables VW-4 2f70
uled for were needed to accommodate the : 1820
Men's field of 32 entries and some were
Fasten 109 16401S65
turned away at the last minute. 1I000pital

VV-U 1'20

Norma Fleming, ace shortstopof Fasten 6 1.10.1
To the NATI'Cent.erVaYell softball Communications __ 121t
team last year\ and capable Operations _____ 1170
!' : performer with' 1954 Gator Girls Personnel _. 995
all ).{ : of Jacksonville, reported to the FA11 9G0
sports Crackerjax softball team this VA-17S 055FAETIJ

August : week. _..;.__ 925
rectors C Special Services Sit
to 'Tiny" Wilhorn and his squad of VF-172 755
I bowlers are having a good: season VT-lt no.

,, downtown and, (l are leading the Supply_______ 560
mural I Veterans League for the Summer. yr-I i3 ...._r..r... U
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bad! measured live feet, four inches.I
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I Pago: Eight JAX AIR NEWS 4 August 1955
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WEATHER OUTLOOK
VF-13
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1 ', Friday-Hot with fair skies;
Continued from 1)
1 ( Pare possible rain.SaturdayFair.
: tanamo Bay, Cuba, where it joined
and hot with
1. the remainder of the, Air Task .
.' I likely thunder showers.
1 Group 201. The squadron operated *
I Sunday-Hot'with cloudy skies
,
from the Leeward Point base
and afternoon thunder showers
for the next three weeks, firing
d the last of its 1955 gunner com- I

poxes ant 25,000 feet., i FamiliarizeContinued
t *

This compex gave the squadrona ( From Page 1))

total count of 12 individual "E"a hurricane winds expected but

t for 1955. Headed by the squadron weather conditions prevent evacuation -
,
; skipper Comdr. McCuddin, the Action here involves securing

other "E" winners Included Capt.R. aircraft in best possible ,man

Rogers, USAF; Lt (jg) A. D. ner with special attention to loose

Hildreth, Lt (jg) D. A. Thompson gear as well as making reports to

Lt (jg), H. Barnes, and Lt- ComFairJax.The .

(jg) .. D. Maloney. The "Et' following refuge bases have

winners at 15,000 feet Included been assigned for aircraft basedat

> Capt. Rogers, USAF; Lt. McLain, NAS during the current hurricane
f -, ',- Lt. Page, Lt (jg) Maloney, Lt- season: NAS Hutchinson,

NAS JAX EMPLOYEES IN NEW YORK-These ten supervisory personnel from NAS Jacksonville (jg) Hildreth. Lt. Me L a I n Kansas; NAS Birmingham, Ala
are currently taking! a special five-weeks course in modern management principles and .techniques achieved the only "E" in strafing. bama; Dobbins AFB, Georgia.
at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, N. T.. the nation's oldest science and engineering On'May 22 the squadron The following conditions of read
college. The group is one of ten from nine navel air stations and the Bureau of Aeronautics, Wash
launched from Leeward Point and iness in
ington, D. C., who are taking; the special course. Seated left to rlrht are Eugene Griffin, Frank McKinley I are prescribed the Hurricane -
Jack Shapiro, John McAndrews, Warren Lewis and EmU Lieb. Standing: John Nazal, William landed aboard the USS Bennington Security Bill Involving the

Clearman, Fred Bedenbaugh and William Catrette._HH__ '___ ___ ___ ; which was In'Caribbean wa- physical security and safety, of all
ters on a training cruise. For the personnel, equipment, ana buildings -
Money For Ideas following three Weeks the squadron on the station.SEASONAL .

mmnmFOR took part in the Bennington CONDITION is a

cruise along with the rest of Air normal condition of alertness ex-
22 Net
$675 '
RENT Employees Task Group 201. ercised during the hurricane season -

1 bdrm. unfurn. hse. $60 mo. 6447 S t officially from June 1$ to

Harrold St. Mrs. Barker. Leaving the Bennlngton on July November 15. In the event that

2 bdrm. hse. $90 mo. 4795 Beverly For Beneficial IdeasTwentyTwo 8 the squadron moved to Leeward hurricane CONDITION F 0 U R,

Circle. EV 8-6984. Point again where it commenced THREE, TWO, or ONE has been

2 bdrm. hse. 2919 Doric Ave. EV I Naval Air Sta 1956 gunnery compexes. Againled assumed, upon elimination of danger
9-5224. I ted additional awards.' Steen received by the skipper, four individual seasonal hurricane conditionwill
1 bdrm. furn. gar apt. Ortega. tion employees, including 19 $90 for "suggested change ','E", were .registered at 15,000 be assumed _

2929 Doric Ave. $55 mo. EV from Overhaul and Repair ln designated supply point for feet. Other "E" winners were When CONDITION FOUR, indicating -

8-1832. department, two from Supply MCAS Miami, Fla. for lumber and Capt. Russell Rogers; USAF; Lt- a possible threat of destructive

3 bdrm. unfurn. hse. Wesconnett department and one from plywood." Duckworth received (jg) John Maloney, and Lt (Ug) winds of force within 72

section; 5926 Oak Lane Dr, $85 Public l i Works department, '135 for "additional local usage of Harold Barnes. 'Capt. Rogers' individual hours, is ordered by the commanding
mo. Lcdr.. Kernan. EV 75079. technical. data card. score of 97 hits is a new, officer,initial preliminary precautionary
have been cash
1225 Willow Branch Ave. 3 rm.furn. presented JAMES WOOD and Noah Lee of official AirLant gunnery record measures will be taken .
gar. agt EV 9-5998. $60 checks amounting to a total under radar rules, and the squadron i and general operations will be
OAR, who shared a $50 award
mo. Mrs. Potter. of $675 for Beneficial Sug average of 39 hits per'"pilot continued.

1 rm. furn. apt 222 Gilmore St. gestions adopted in June. were also among those receiving Li a new official AirLant squadron CONDITION THREE, definedas
EV 5-6785. additional awards. They collectedfor record for air to air gunnery
I Included in the group were several destructive winds of force ex
3 bdrm. furn. hse. 1279 Belvedere under radar rules.
their
of
suggestion an .exhaust -
who received additional pected within 48 hours, calls for
Ave. EV 9-7455 or EV 7-2571. At 25,000 feet eleven "E"s were
awards from the Navy departmentafter change. on aircraft 0 continuation of preliminary precautions
Mrs. Donoghue. won by Lt. McLain, Lt. Dent, lit.
having won an initial award Others as well as that of general
3 rm. turn apt. Murray Hill, EV from the Station, and several who receiving awards, for Page, Capt. Rogers, USAF; Lt- operations
93785. their suggestions were Rolf Ros- (jg) Horhell, Lt. (jg) Hildreth,
shared awards for their CONDITION TWO
3 rm. furn. apt 1535 Hubbard St. sugges seland, $35; Lloyd Kussmaul and Lt (jg) Maloney, Lt (Ug) Stro- anticipating
dons
destructive winds of force within
$55 mo. EV 9-9702. Harold Schetterer, who collabo- mire, Lt (jg) Rathke, Lt (CJg)
2 bdrm. unfurn. gar apt. 2531 Hugh Ward of Overhaul and Repair rated for a suggestlonVorth $25; Barnes, and Ensign Bullman. The 24 hours, directs, precautions as

DeUwood Ave $50 mo. EV 7- department accepted the large Lloyd Kussmaul and Ardel Lee, squadnpn: average of 34.3 hits was will enable the entire station to
3736. eat amount in-June, a $100 check who combined efforts on two oc another AlrLant gunnery record secure within 12 hours} continuing

2 rm. furn. apt. 2531 Dellwood for his suggestion of "an improved casions to win $25 in each instance for competition fired under radar general operations if possible.

Ave. $48 mo. EV 73736. method and tools for checking ; Carl Bass, $25; George Fil- rules and made the squadron, titleholders When winds of destructive force

1 bdrm. furn. apt. 2660 Forbes St. ringliner in intermediate rear ip, $25; Ellis Royal, $25; Willis of two all-time AirLant are expected to reach the local
Snow. EV 7-3697. case" This was an additional Lay, $25; John Mauldin, $25; Wil- highs. area within 12 hours, the execu-

3 rm. unfum. hse. Firestone Rd. award for Ward, who previouslywas bert Eberle, $20; Richard Smith, Commencing with Its return the tive officer will order the com-

EV 8-7639 or EV 9-9936. awarded $100 locally for the $20; Sidney Bell, $20; T. R, Dom- squadron changed its home base plete security of the Station.

3 rm. unfurn. apt. $50 mo. 1514 same suggestion. broski, $15; Felix Danforth, .$15; from NAS Cecil Field to NAS Jax When CONDITION U is set all

Dancy St. EV 9-0724. Mrs. Ros- II. B. STEEN and George Duck- Redden Hill, $10; Francis McGurn, and will remain here until October station personnel will be recalledto

ser worth, both of Supply, also net- (10( ; Joseph Plemley, $10; and when it ,will be deployed the station and all liberty can

,3 rm. furn. apt. $65. Avail. Aug. Charles Riddles, $10, all from aboard the uS'S Bennington in the celled. Local broadcasting stations
12. EV 9-4681; 5620 TimuquanaRd. Tiny Weather Station 0.\ R. Western Pacific. will be used to carry out this

Miss Scott. accomplishment, while the Shore

2 bdrm. unfurn. apt., 2580 River- Can Be Held In HandA Patrol will further disseminate the

side; day, EL 4-7111; eve. EV miniature weather station recall order in theaters, restau-
rants, dance halls, and other
8-7904; Cowart. set so small It can be held in one pub-
Rms. in pvt home Riverside. EV hand, has been developed for the lic gathering places;

87873. Miss Bcnfield. Navy to record severe weather When the station has been secured -

5 rm. new hse. 2919 Doric Ave. conditions at sea for the hurricane, all mar

EV 9-5224. Mrs, Harris. The tiny set, now undergoing r ried personnel or those with dependents -
Widow will be permitted to -
will share home with ladyor evaluation tests on shipboard, return
couple. 219 Woodlawn Ave. to their homes if they can
weighs about six pounds and Is :
F be spared.
EV 7-5885. Mrs. Easterling. 23 inches high.
Lakeshore. 2211 Blandlng. 6-rm. When CONDITION ONE with
The Navy said .it was designedto
unfurn. hse. $90 mo. EV 9-1215, destructive winds of force Immi-
replace standard weather Instruments -
EL 38025. Mrs. Moreno. a nent is ordered, evacuation is con
when conditions makeit
FOR SALE Iii / sidered necessary. All possible
impractical or dangerous to use
1953 31' hse. trailer. $1,000 for precautions are to be taken to
them.It .
my equity. Lot 26, Azalea Trailer safeguard both personnel and ma-
Park. Lt. (Jg) Smith. was developed for the Navy's teriel. All department heads will

Atlantic Beach-3 bdrm. hse. EV Bureau of Aeronautics by Bendix keep key civilian personnel at

9-1856, E. C. Woodburn. Aviation Corp. (AFTS) >at1 their posts to aid in securing the

11 rm. hse. or 2 apts. St. Johns : station and let all others go. All ..

River. 112-8-5661 after 1630. Over 400 \;r.\ married military personnel that
$35,000. Mrs. Page, Ext. 8151. can be spared will be allowed to
Venetia Terr 3 bdrm. hse. EV 7- (Continued from Page 1) return to their homes and fami

6088, Mrs. Sturm. against communicable diseases.
lies.The
FOR SALE Military personnel are frequently word to return to work will
.
2 bdrm. bee $900 equity. 45.00 required to go into diseaseriddenareas .riIS be given to civilians by local radio
mo. 3312 Mabry Terrace, Wood- where civilians are not per- ,.. h -stations. If the return signalis

stock Pk. EV 8-3307, Ervin mitted. IDEA PAYS OFF Herman Lutzen, employee of the not heard, personnel should use
1953 Use Trailer 28%' W58 They need proper,protection for Public Works department, explains his Idea of keeping screensin their own judgment in returning.
permanent barracks from being removed and damaged, to
110th St. EX 8280, Chief Lowe themselves and their families in Comdr. Herbert Johnson, assistant Public Works officer. Lutzen's Refuge centers on the Station
MISCELLANEOUSRide such instances, it Is pointed out. suggestion, for which he received a cash award of $35, presentedan have been listed as follows: of.
wanted from Blandlng Blvd. This can 'b. a real hazard in foreign unproved method of holding screens In place. Tools are now ficers' families, senior BOQ; mar
; required to remove the screens. Lutten was one of 22 to receive
to 0 & R from 0700 153 :M. countries while performing ried-enlisted, Building 3; Station
cash for ideas adopted in June under the Beneficial Suggestion.
.
B. Spinks, Ext. 723 or 734. overseas duty. Program. personnel, Building 110.iii1 .





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