Jax air news
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 Material Information
Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 8, 1956
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
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System ID: UF00028307:00552

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Home of Commander Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval District; Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville; Fleet Air Win 11; Naval Air Technical Training Center

6ND r i; 60,000th
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GCA Unit
About 40 public works,
nance and medical officers
well as civilian personnel : Zooming: out of the western
bases within the Sixth Naval skies a TV-2 jet trainer piloted
trict spent the opening day by Ltjg( ) Glen Mathis of
week-long conference -I ltr'MI5+'3Y Fleet All Weather Training

progress of the.Navy pest Unit.Detachment "A" at NAS
program and trekking Jax, touched down at 0850 last
areas, of the Naval Air Friday to make the 60,000th
see how control measures are landing logged up by Ground
plied. 7A Control Approach Unit 17.
Sponsored by Preventive Student pilot on the flight was
cine Unit No. 1, the program Ltjg( ) Harold Bach of Fighter
the sixth annual conference Squadron 22. After the plane
been planned in two i.kANw rolled to a stop near the GCA
The'first is based mainly on aid field unit, the pilots were greetedand
blems of medical and congratulated by both Comdr.
works personnel; the Norman Johnson NAS
H HK L iiiiiiiiiniiiiiiii pi M Opera-
which begins Wednesday, for tions Officer, and Lcdr. Paul Davidson *
itation and control : CEREMONY FOR GCA-17 The touchdown and landing of a TV-2 Jet
pest I the 60,000th landing logged by GCA Unit 17 at NAS Jax. The occasion Officer-in-Charge of Unit ,
.Lcdr. Francis R. cake-cutting ceremony for members of the unit's duty crew, the, plane's 17. The plane was guided in by
'officer-in-charge of the representatives. Left to right are: Comdr. Norman Johnson, NAS Richard D. Beaver, Chief Air
Unit, and 1 Dr Clarence S. ) Harold Bach of Fighter Squadron 22, student pilot aboard the TV-t; Controlman.
special assistant for.: pest ; ; Dovard Evers, ETC; Vernon Boucher, ATC; Richard Beaver, ACC, who j
; Paolotti, AC2; Gordo Ward, ENC; William O'Grady. AC1; Lcdr. Paul FOLLOWING THE ,landing a
at District Public Works ; -in-charge, and kneeling, Ernest Lehman, ATI. cake cutting ceremony took place
Charleston Naval Base, S. C.
; with Ltjg( ) Mathis doing the
planned both programs in ,
a way *j to provide both honors.
pest problems.The Ranks PMU Reports Curb Early Thursday morning 26 -

Department of I more landings were on the GCA
., and the Public Health I Of Mosquitoes/ In agenda, and that night there wero

have provided experts in Replacements Spraying MissionReports still five more to be' logged in
,fields as speakers and spite of some night flying to take
leaders. receive from Put- up the slack. Starting at 0800 Fri
Covered by the conference a substantial number of replace- nam County officials regardingthe day four runs were scheduled before .
topics such as control of officers who will be released to in recent emergency spray- the fifth, which was the 60,-
mosquitoes, and vegetation ; ing of a 50-mile stretch of St. 000th landing could be made
recent advances in knowledge John's River banks by Preventive -
a max. LT. DAVID ,
ROBINSON, assistant
is said.
the biology and control of 5)z I, Medicine Unit No.'l indi- GCA officer-in-charge said
mestic filth flies and biting state Enlisted personnel who are cate that results in curbing an that Unit 17 logs up approximate, ..
interested in the infestation of blind
(Please Turn to Page 8, Col. ) men program mosquitoesthere ly 500 runs monthly. Unit 17 was
should study BuPers Instruc- were "most sucessfuJ.t'The
for established at Naval Station
Interservice a com- tions 1000.7,1120.11A and 1120. NAS Jax Unit performed Green Cove Springs in 1947, and
for i the emergency service at in January of 1953 it was movedto
Those wishing to apply for the request of Senator George NAS Jacksonville with Lcdr.
Photo commissions in the Reserve pro Smathers to whom Putnam Dan Home, Officer-in-Charge.
gram should submit to their com County commissioners had rp-
Announced well manding officers a special request pealed for aid. Lcdr Horne was relieved later
by the then Lt. James R. LaCroix
(Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 4)) ;
Set up the cameras and get who will soon be on his way to
to the swing. All the London, England, to take charge

bugs" in Uncle Sam's \ Aerologist On Duty Here II of GCA Unit 29. Lcdr. Paul Davidson
service are invited to is the new officer-in-
in the Sixth Interservice charge
graphic Contest to 4+ + %' TilE GROUND
yr p / CONTROL
A yYF ,<.C1 F. '9' ': .. Ap-
about June 1 at the and :A !..', f: ; AY4r2''y'' proach Unit 17 duty crew consistsof
with the Navy serving as Dovard Evers, ETC; Vernon
under the sponsorship of George Boucher, ATC; Richard Beaver,
of Naval Personnel. to t yv 'ii Jl ACC; Theodore Paolotti, AC2;

CONDUCTED JOINTLY by of the / : '.Q4 x i Nfi7r' Gordon Ward, ENC; Ernest Leh
i ;
Army, Navy (including the ; 4, 4 <' ATI
f' .'''''#: : < ff4d man, ; William O'Grady, AC!.
Guard), Air Force, Marine most ; .
. the contest is designed to
est the amateur and the .y

.. in photography and to of the Blood Donors Flock
participation in such .y.Y.: yl'q:f y A:,:!..v %F

according to BuPers Notice 1 A a< f'1 To Aid Young Jax
which gives all details.
At- Leukemia Patient
Entries may be submitted
three categories of : as Generous hearts- were abun-
black ,and white single sent 'y'> kN w dant Tuesday as more tha.1enough
graphs, black and white ad- volunteers reported to
stories, and color ,kkdo y: 3. r h. ix+.; the Service Information Office
s.; to donate blood to little
The individual contestant the a Jacksonville -

have BLACK taken AND the entry WHITE he Navy, *t'Ij ,leukemia.girl suffering from

graphs and color' USS Although the call went out
submitted must have been .two of for 15 donors, hundreds volun-
since Jan. 1, 1955. American were teered and a donor group more
tionals who are subjects of than adequate'* in numbers was
.., ,
trait photographs must it dispatched give blood to

in writing the form some- COMPLEXITIES seven-year-old. Linda Ann
on entry OF MODERN AEROLOGY -'Lcdr. George '
submission of the entry in R. Mills, who claims to be the oldest Navy man' in aerolofical O'Berry. .
contest and its use in contest a sur- duty, has served in that billet 28 ,.ears.' Here be checks an aero- Donors Included military .
logical map at NAS Operations Department, pointing out that and civilian personneLi.
(Please Turn to Pare 8 Col. ( .
4)) many changes: have occurred: In such maps over the yean.


Pago Two JAX AIR NEWS 8 March 1956

VAH-1, VP-18, Fasion 109, VW-4

% J1lRDte( Scouting JacksonvilleVMM Area Squadrons I

PubHiiyd every Thursday tor Nary and Hartn activities at Naval Air --
Station. Jacksonville Fla
NAS. JtekMBvlU served with, ASW missions. -
Capt. William S. Harris -.-,-.,,,-.?-- ,-,-- Commanding Officer A hearty welcome Is extendedto Chief Higgins has
Comdr John N. Mjers __ .Executive OIQcpr VAIi-1 for 13 months, and is now After many months of h.rd
fleet Air Jtck o.tlll. : Lcdr. Paul Wilson Jr., who NAS Hutchinson work three new PPC's '
transferred -
Rear Adm. Delbert S. Cornvtcll --_....,-_ Commander has come to the squadron from being were designated .
CnpU Richard 0 Greene Chief or SUM Kan. this week. Ltjg's( ) R E.
Fleet Air \\lmn Elcrei Chief of Naval Operations, Wash- Hanegan, F. A. Hiser
(.apt. Bowen P. McLeod, ....,.-..,,.,,.,? .Commander ington D C. Lcdr. Wilson was I Frank Overlin, AM3, has been and L. c'
Cassidy. Because of
orodr _
Richard Davit -- Chief Stall OfUcer CO NAS Whiting limited trainl
transferred to
Naval Air Technical I Traialag Center on TDY orders at Ueavy'Attack Ing time during the
Capt. Henry C. DeLon Commanding. Officer Training Unit (IIATU) Sanford, Field, Fla.Charles. week, new
Comdr. Edward W. Bishop __ LxecuUvt: Officer PP2P's and PP3P's are being given .
AA and Howard :
NUll IIt,ltaJ Fla. Racket, the chance to solo
Capt. Benjamin N. Ahl Commanding Officer Harness AA have both successfully on week
Capt. U A. Newton Executive Officer Many new faces have been ends. This system will allow
Capt. Wilson R. Bartlett NABTU Commanding Officer cropping up around the squadronat completed their tests pilots to solo more rapidly and

Comdr. Laurence F. Steffenhagen __ Executive Officer a steady and increasing rate, and are now AN's.The to gain more experience for ulti-

among these are eight ensigns squadron congratulatesJohn mate PPC designation.
The JAX Am NEWS la published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station
Jacksonville Florida and printed commercially with non-appropriated funds who came: to VAH-1 from NA'rrCenter. Aleywine, TEL, who shippedover
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NA EXOS P-35 Rev. They are Ensigns Morton this week for six years. All departments have also been
Nov. 1945. are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station, the busy this week
Naval Air al Training Center Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, and the Comer, Edward Dahill, III, Rich- S e e preparing for an
U. S. Naval Hospital. unofficial
ard Paul Murry John inspection -
Dunleavy. ,
Service Information Officer- Lt. Ted Morgan
Fleet Air
'LeLander Featherman VP-18 Wing Eleven
Editor-Andrew H. FlaneyAss't Quinn, ,

Editor-Beds Mo rlb' Staff Reporters-Jack [lOlmt.. Pill: Marlon Peter Herman, and Robert John- This has been another weekof 'S.,
Cracraft, JU2; Nancy Ward SN.
The JAX AIR NEWS )a a member of the Armeo Forces Press Service. son. intense training for VP-18, Fasron 109
AFTS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe Ltjg( ) Earl Barnum Jr., will both in crew and individual Paul Robbins, YN3, is in chargeof
written .I Forces Press Service Republlcatloa of other
matter, except by "rvYceA publications, U prohibited without permission ot be leaving VAH-1 for a career of pilot training. Wing the past running off 'the Fasron 109

Editor: JAX AIR NEWS. flying with Trans-World Airways few months many of the more badminton tournament. Two
Editorial offices located Main Administration Phone extensions
8348. 216 and 8164.Late airlines. Once separated from experienced crew members have courts have ben lined off in Hangar -

service, he will go to Kansas City returned to civilian life, and the 140' and interest has been

Mo., for five-week training periodin new crews are now training together growing if judged by -the turn-

Filing By Military commercial flying. The squadron in all phases of antisubmarine outs during the lunch hour.

wishes him good luck and warfare. Each crew is Leon Wilson, ADEC, made a

good flying. learning to work together as a credible showing against Art

Permitted In Some States Also leaving the squadron this close knit, which is of prime im- Larson in the Masters Tennis

week is Eugene Higgins, AEC. portance in properly carrying out Tournament over the weekend.The .

I score 6-2, 6-2 for Larson.
(This is the fifth In a serifs of article on state income tax laws.)
The following is a continuation of the listing of states that have Another former member of the

income tax laws and how these laws affect members of the armed Squadron, Ben Soberiaj trounced

forces. Larson in the first set 6-3, but

succumbed to the court veteran
cagy -
KANSAS Returns must be
come from sources other than 6-3, 4-6, 2-6. Soberiaj is now
filed on a net income of at least
wages will be $1,000 or more. playing for Rollins College.
$600 if single or separated, $1,200if
Credit from tax is $20 if single, Five new men reported aboard
married and on a gross incomeof
$40 if married or head of a fam- this week, they were: Roosevelt
at least $4,000. Exemptions are
500 active-service pay is excluded E. Woodbery, AN; Peter J. 1'en-
$600 for taxpayer, $600 for spouse
from gross income until the termination erowicz, AA; Casey James, AA;
and $600 for each dependent.
of. the present world Charles D. Gnuta, AA, and Ron-

Returns; are due April 15. Pay- crisis. Deferment is granted mem- 4 a ald D. Wolff, AA.

ment may be in installments with bers of armed forces for filing *

the first due with the return. $1- returns and paying taxes until VW-4

one year after discharge or one Comdr. ,Hartsel Allen in

year after termination of crisis, Y change-of-command ceremonies

whichever is earlier.KENTUCKYReturns. held last week, relieved Comdr.

must be Edward Foster to become the

filed on a net income of $1,000 or fourth Commanding Officers of

more if single or separated, $2,000or the "Hurricane Hunters."

CATHOLIC more if married, a gross income Among the relatives and guests

Sunday Mass, 0800, 0900, of $1,500 or more if singleor f who attended the ceremony were

1000, St. Edward's Chapel separated, a gross income of Capt. Bowen McLeod, CFAW-11,

Saturday Mass, 0630. $2,500 or mote if married. A dec- and Capt. Frederick Davisson, of.

Daily Mass, 0630. laration of estimated tax is required charg e of Fleet WeatherCenral

Sunday 0630, Mass at the if gross income will be R c o of Miami.

$1,500 or more and if in- Prior to being relieved, Comdr.
1900 Instruction :
Hospital Chapel < '
; ,
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classes, Building 463. ily and $10 for each dependent. m!' Foster conducted MeritoriousMast

Wednesday1930, Lenten Devotions Return and payment are due Ap- TWELVE-YEAR EMPLOYEE RESIGNS Mrs. John L. Bell and awarded letters of com-

at St. Edward's Chapel ril 15. Declaration is also du; Jr., who started work in the Public Works Transportation Divi- mendation for outstanding per
sion 12 years ago as Miss Louise Brace, resigned last Friday on Whit-
April 15 but payment of estimatedtax formance Of duty to Mack
includes Stations of the Cross
the same day her husband, Ltjg) Bell USNR. was separated from
and Benediction. may be with the declarationor the Navy after nearly four years service. Left to right are: Willie aker, AEC; Clarence Whitaker,

in installments. The income of A. Dauphin, foreman in the Division who has been her immediate ATC; William Wadsworth Jr.,

PROTESTANT servicemen is subject to the same superior during her career at NAS; Louise Bell, who received ADC; Wilson Crone, ALC; Art-
Thursday, March 8 computation as for federal re- the best wishes of all her working companions; and'LtJg( ) Robert thur Richardson ADC Walter
1900 All Saints' Choir Re- W. Shaw, transportation officer, shown as he read a commendation
to hearsal. turns. Members of the armed for her long and loyal service in the Division. She was promoted Masters, ADC, and Ralph Hutchinson -

Saturday, March 11 forces may defer filing returns five times during her term of service. BMC. Congratulations, fel-

and paying taxes until 12 months lows, from all your shipmates.
1000 Catechetical Instruction
after termination of the national Family MenOverseas Comdr. Foster, who assumed
(Lutheran) for children.
emergency or termination of mil- SAFETYBox command of VW-4 in December
Sunday, March 12
itary service whichever is 1954 will navigator
0800* Episcopal Communion ear- Due Score become ship's
lier. aboard the Jacksonville-based
Service, Chaplain Nickelson.
LOUISIANA-Returns must be USS Lake Champlain
0930 Sunday School for ages Disabling Injuries
Per Through
4 through adults. filed on a net income of at least New DiemAction (CVA-39)). Many happy landfalls

$2,500 if single or separated, $5- Tuesday, March 7 Comdr. Foster.
0930 Service of Divine Wor- to the financial burden
.. ease This Month
000 if married and a gross incomeof 0 Comdr. Allen, who hails from
ship Chaplain Carpenter. for military
serv- This
at least $6,000. Exemptions year 0 Shinnston Va. received his
are W. ,
4 1100 Service of Divine Wor-
ing overseas without their fam-
$2,500 if single, $5,000 if marriedor Days Since Last BS degree from West Virginia in
ship, Chaplain Stevenson. ilies, at bases where bachelor
head of a family and $400 for Lost-Time Accident 87 1939. He entered flight trainingthe
1900 The United not'available
Fellowship quarters are
each dependent. Returns due commissioned
are and
: of Protestants. Building 804. 1 into effect March 1. same year was
May 15 and payment may be in in the joint travel regulations, as a Naval aviator in June
Monday, March 13 installments with the first Known as the "family separa- are O-8 0-7 II he
J 1900 Lutheran Instruction one $4.55; 0-6, $4.00; 1940. During World War
tion It
due with the returns. allowance, provides anew 0.5, $3.40 0.4 W-4 bomber
Classes Building 502. ; $3.15; O-3, saw action as a patrol

1930 Methodist Instruction Members of the armed forceson per diem amount varyingby W-3, $2.85; 0.2, W-2, $2.55; 0.1, pilot in the Pacific theater and

Classes -All Saints' sea or foreign service duty rank from $1.70 to $4.55, and W-l, $2.30;;. and E-l through E-7, was with, VP-12, the original
over and above station allowances
and prisoners of war on due date $1.70. Black Cat squadron.In .

.. .I':. vice.1930 Latter Day Saints' Ser- -of return have a deferment until already being paid tor Exceptions in which the allow- 1948 he became Associate

15th day of fifth month follow- permanent duty in an area. Basedon ance is not payable are for any Professor of Naval Science at
March 14
Tuesday, ing their return to the U.S. the 1949 Career CompensationAct period that federal quarters (including Ohio State University. After leaving
1900 Instruction
Episcopal the allowance is is intendedto
BOQs) the he became executive
are available toa university
Classes, Building 563. ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL ease the burden of maintaining

person at his peVmanent VX-4 at NAS
officer of
station -
1900 Christian Science Class. (Naval Hospital, Protestant) two households
one statesideand
; any day which dependents Md.Congratulations .
j on his Patuxent River,
1930 Bible Study Group, 0937( Sunday School and one at the overseas military Robert
are at in to
or the vicinityof go
Building 804.Wednesday. Nurery. base. x
his station; temporary absencesof Ricksecker ADI and his wife,
:... March 15 0930 -.Divine WorshipChaplain Payable the day of arrival at ,
dependents, 90 days or less, Phyllis, who announced the birthof
1930 Lenten Service "Pass-
1 William A. Swets. the person's permanent outside-
from the vicinity Jan. 17.
of the person's their second son on
ing The Buck," Chaplain Griffin. 1900 Tuesdays, Instructionclass the-U.S. duty station, it continuesto
duty station
; and any period the Eugene Brown, AD3,
March 16 for of
Thursday, personnel Presbyterian the day preceding his depar-
is last
person entitled
to receive Pensacola
station transfer to NAS
1900 All Saints' Choir Re or Reformed background, ture under PCS orders. The fam-
per diem allowance as a week for a tour of shore_ duty.
/ hearsal. Hospital Chapel. ily allowance rates, to be placed member "with
dependents.. Lots of luck:, Brown



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8 March 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Pago Three :

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i : < :,' ;" ." < ::,:'i:;:;,.;;:;< '; '? pt1.r 1'': ; VF-14 First To

f ..yq Get New Speedy

.. -., Demon Turbo JetNAS
I' ... Cecil Field-based Fighter- No plans for the forthcoming
''':: : ''''''
; ;,'i Squadron 14, yesterday receivedthe weekend Low on funds Here's

... Initial cluster of the F3H-2N the answer to your problems.

","',',,::(: f ;j:' "Demon" turbo-jet fighters, the Turn out for the joint outing. of
Navy' latest fleet-assigned for the Waves and the YWCA and

midable aerial weapon. participate in loads of entertain-
ment and plenty of fun.
Six of the single-place: swept-
wing Demons, a portion of the Approximately 50 YWCA girls;
will arrive at the Station,at 1330,
squadron's complement, were
: ">: 'P" :}, : .:.: "t :"; ; r ;;. rl 't 3 ferried in by the squadron's pilots Sunday, March 11 and will be escorted -
t! b>i1':: : : ::: : .. <, l ttft'1/ :;, \: $:> __1 to Wave Barracks 720 and
River Test Center
from Fatuxcnt ,
"TOPIIATTERS" GET FIRST DEMONS Fighter Squadron 14, a unit of Curler Air Group 723, where they will be met by
I One, 'received the Navy's first batch of F3U-2N Demons, built by McDonnell Aircraft Corp., Wednesday Maryland. i the Station Waves. A tour of the
when squadron pilots ferried six of them to NAS Cecil Field from Naval Air Test Center, Their arrival marks the first
Patuxent River, Md. The Demon Is an all-weather swept-winj: jet fighter designed for land or carrier barracks and the Waves' Loungeto
operations and is In the 600-mph class. assigned to any Atlantic or Pacific familiarize the civilians with.
fleet unit. a service-women's way of life is

British Pilot With VF-103 TilE DEMON recently passed first on the schedule. Games will
City Names For rigorous test trials aboard the then be held including a softball

carrier ,USS Ticonderoga where encounter between the YWCA
Patrol VesselsNavy Trained In U. S. TacticsA
both pilots and deck observers and Waves.A .

patrol vessels soon will British Navy Jet pilot, who received his flight training at were highly impressed with its tour of the Station is next inline

be named in honor of cities in Pensacola and subsequently recorded the RAre first night jet car- operational potential aboard with the Waves acting as

the U.S. with a population be- rier landing, has reported to VF-103 as an exchange& pilot. ship. Classed as an all-weather guides. Climax of the gettogether -

tween 2,500 and 10,000. lie is Lcdr. Norman Perrett, a fighter, clear-deck operating con- will be a picnic: supper in the

Previously known only by New Zealander, who earned U. S. VF-103 is currently preparing ditions permitted maximum eval- area behind the Wave barracks,

hull numbers, 141 .submarine Navy wings in 1941.42, last year I for night qualifications. Lcdr. Per- uation of its performance.Built The supper is being supplied by

chasers, escorts and rescue escorts completing the Navy Test Pilot rett's night flying experience will by McDonnell Aircraft, both groups and will include such
will be given the new Training School at Patuxent River greatly aid VF-103 fliers. He has the F3H-2N has a powerplant that I tempting foods as ham, turkey,

names. Of the patrol vessels to Md. served with the RAF's Niht produces 10,000 pounds of thrust potato salad, baked beans, home-
be named,'32 are in commissionand During WWII he served aboard Fighter School and the Naval : which is augmented considerably made pie, soft drinks and the

the rest in the inactive IIMS Victorious during joint operations Night Fighter Development at by an afterburner. Combining like-all of which. make a picnica ,

fleet. with U S. forces in the RAF Station, Ford, England. I maneuverability with interceptor success.

The change, scheduled for Southwest Pacific. Between tripsto As a night fighter pilot he cornmanded speed, the Demon is a high-per- Plan now to be on hand for a '

Feb. 15, is in keeping with theNavy's this country, he commandedthe %one of the two "Hellcat" formance fighter with the payloadof day of enjoyment and just good

policy of giving names RAF 891 Squadron in 1945 night squadrons in the Royal an attack bomber. old fashioned visiting this week- .

to vessels in place of numbers and 736 Squadron transitioningto Navy. He was one of the first THE SHARPLY sweptbackthin end.The ..
whenever possible. (AFPS) jets in 195152. British Navy pilots to train as a wings have a 45 degree decorating committee ofbarracks

Lcdr. Perrett brings a wealthof single place night fighter'pilot. sweep back to place the big fight 723 is operating in full
experience to VF-103 pilots. er in the more than 600 mile-per- swing, planning. for the redecorating

Supply Transfers He attended the RAF Flying ,,> ,,,,,,,, 'e .I\:, hour class. They can be folded for of the top-side lounge.
Coil I ere at Manby, served at carrier stowage. Material will be sought for
Cognizance AE drapes and the furniture is being
the RAF Central Fighter Es- With a range of more than 1000

To FIIN System tablishment, West Raymham, nautical miles, the ship is equip- repaired i for and reupholstered.Funds .
re-doing the lounge are
and completed the RAD Day ped with a pressurized cockpit,
Two of materialsspecial Fighter Leaders School. being provided from the Waves
groups automatic pilot, ejection seat,
y coffee which
mess has been in
shipboard electrical fittings and has a rapid-fire high velocity
and fixtures (A materials) and Seek Men For 20mm cannon with a large numbed use for the past months. As time
photographic (E) materialsaredue .t or rockets.A goes on and more money is accumulated -
items such as plants,
under the Federal
to come Number '56-57 South ,rwwa unit of Carrier Air Group pottery, and wall pictures will be
Item Identification -
system One, VF-14 is the Navy's oldest added to make the
lounge more
FIINf) by May 1, accordingto carrier-based squadron, having attractive.

a Supply Department an- Pole DutiesAre P been organized in 1919 and later
nouncement.The With the moving of the TV set
aboard the the
serving Langley,
hot to another room, the lounge will.'
dreading long
relisting of the materialsis you Navy's first aircraft carrier.
summer and looking for a cool be used for letter writing, visit-
of Defense Department
part a .
Comdr. Walter Roach Jr. ve'eran
ing, parlor and
spot to hide out-in? games, reading.
program whereby num- of WWII and the Korean .
mili- It won't do much good this
bers established for all
conflict, heads the squadron. A With the of the .
but if you qualify in rat approach sum-
tary materials, regardless of what year
native of Waco Texas his
service used them. Using activi ings of QM, ET, RM, YN, SK, CS, + mer season and the wearing of
ties are requested to show both JO, SN, SA, AT, AL, AC, AG, experience includes, 24 different summer uniforms not far off, the
of aircraft.Marines .
the Navy Standard and FUN PH, HM, SD and all Seabce rat- : types latest word is on neat appear.
numbers on all requisitions for ings, you won't have to worry ance.

A and E materials through April with heat rash come 1957. %j \ Devise Check that gray dress, white
blouse and blue
30, after which the Federal Iden Seems that the Navy has sent k Make sure
tification numbers will be used. out a hurried call for enlistedmen lcROYAL i they are clean and uniform. Be

** in the above ratings to vol. t Aviation Plan sure you have those stripes sewn
Cross reference lists have been on and check those shoes. Well
unteer for the 1956-57 Antarctica
distributed and may be utilizedfor groomed shoes last
longer, too.
wintering-over party, Candidatesmust
this. purpose, the announce- have 24 months obligated For UniversitiesThe Make certain that when the
ment stated. wearing of summer uniforms is
service, be physically and tem-
The first portion of the FUN peramentally qualified, and havea Marine Corps has announced authorized, you are ready to wear
program was completed last Sep clear service record. the establishment of a your uniform smartly and proud.
tember when standard numberswere such new flying program for college ly.
Nominations of personnel
given to general use materials t+ students to be known as the Platoon .
should be made by commanding '
controlled by the General Leaders.Aviation Class.In Waves of The Week Sophie
officers by March 1. Only a rela-
Stores Supply.Office. In about tively small number will be selected I releasing details of the pro Sayatovich and Nancy Gibbons,

another year, the Supply ,officer and they will report by ... .tIfI"';., gram, the Marine Corps said can for the loyalty they showed toward
said, aviation activities should be May 1 to Davisville, R. I., for NAVY EXCIIANGE didates would participate while the Crackerjax basketball
well along with the largest por- training. Next November the vol- PILOT One of the first Bri- attending college and are guar teant this season. Although So
tion of the program, converting unteers will to Mobile Con- tish Navy pilots to train as asingle anteed flight training as officers phie and Nancy did not see action -
: go pilot,
aviation (R) materials, which are struction Battalion (Special) Detachment Lcdr. Norman place night Perrett is now immediately following gradua- in many games, the two NAS
under the control of BuAer and One in' the Antarctic. on exchange duty with VF-103. tion. Waves cheers of encouragement
the Aviation Supply Office, to could always be heard.
FUN numbers. .

< i II( Aides Must See That DOD Orders Are Carried Out I Monday evening at 1630 the

Texas Jets Top in SafetyA opening tryouts for the Cracker

Jet training unit at NAAS Prompt and effective compliance is to be prepared and distributed.The new order stated. jax softball squad will be held.
Kingsville has set a precedencein as well as a continuing fol order stated that the Army, Mr. Wilson promises that the Be sure to be present for the ini-

the jet aviation safety field. low-up to assure such compliance Navy, and Air Force Secretarieswere number of Defense,directives will tial practice. The earlier you turn
ATU-202 is the first jet unit to 4s the gist of a "get tough" policyby responsible to the Secretaryof be reduced to the minimum requiring out the better chance you will
be presented the Jet Aviation Defense Secretary Wilson to Defense "for prompt and effective formal action and that have of making the team.

Safety Trophy' in recognition of both military commanders and compliance throughouttheir the orders "ordinarily will not be Last year's squad turned in a
outstanding achievement in safe- his own Assistant Secretaries 'got departments and for a con- used to describe detailed proce- performance that will be hard to

ty. In the past year the unit has Defense.A tiuning follow-up to assure such dures, specific standards, and match, ending the season as run-
won seven "Aces" awards for special six-man committeeset compliance." operation instructions." In the ners-up in the All-Navy Eastern

safety in formation, tactics, instrument up to recommend ways of, That all personnel at successive past these directives have run championship tournaments. '
and other flights. "cracking down" has drawn upa levels of command be responsible all the way from top policy mat- .
4 > "directive on directives," which for compliance with a spirit and ters to instructions on garbage Thq man who never makes a

A quartet is four people who demands compliance and includes intent was to be reemphasizedby collection and mowing lawns and mistake always takes orders from

think the other three can't sing. an explanation on how an order the military commanders, the golf courses. one who does.


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for all Navy libraries in

the area.)

I < J There was a time when the

: t a > w ___ Middle and the Far East brought
\ I '
":" to our western minds visions of

?:. );" t romantic travel involving spice
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$ : zc clipper ships or camels and fabulous -

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f',. '-.) :-,- -;;: o" : ",:::>::' :'::' ; : " '..,"..". :"": "
; : ''' t '' '' '' '" problems and its politics is im

INSPECTION : Enlisted personnel a ;officers attached to Naval Air Station; command mustered for their first inspection In portant. We suggest magazines

I ranks for 1956 at the parade grounds last Friday. It marked the first time that officers (right) below the rank of lieutenant commander for up-to-the-minute observations
were seen with swords at inspection. Capt. William S. Harris, commanding officer of. NAS Jax, jives whitehats (left) the "once and books -
over." The Captain reported the inspection as "excellent." for background.

I The Middle East, Problem Area

f You Can Itemize DeductionsFor In World Politics (Hoskins).

0 Two Boys, One Girl Moslems On The March (Fer-

Year' BabiesAt nau): An introduction to strategically
Possible Tax 'Leap
r SavingsThis important Islam.

( is the seventh in a series of articles on federal Income Nat-alllo8pilal Arabian Peninsula (Sanger):

SALTY HUMOR FROM filing for the year '1955. The articles are based on information Three "leap year" babies Definitely not the Arabian Nightsof
furnished to AFPS by the American Institute of Accountants '
legend and no Sinbad the Sailor
L HERE AND THEREThe the national andta..r were born at Naval Hospital
organization of certified public accountants, !
Story of the
information available from the Navy's Bureau of Suppliesand Jacksonville on Wednesday, development of

Texan, on a visit to Chicago, Accounts.) Feb. 29. The two boys and cne the area with the impact of the
"Deduction" is the taxpayer's favorite word. Every dollar you 20th Century and the importance
asked what he thought of the girl will be among those who I i I
stockyards, replied "Why, we got can deduct in figuring your tax puts 20 to 91 cents in your pocket, "officially" have a birthday of its place in our time.

brandin' corrals in Texas bigger'nthis. depending upon the tax bracket you're in. only once in four years. Middle East In World Affairs

." Medical deductions were dis- They are: Terry Howard (Lenczowski): Considered as a

cussed in a previous article. Here you.You Manning born to Robert Le- geographical and strategic unit
"What do you think of the im ordinarily are not permitted ,
posing skyscrapers of the Chicago are some of the other deductionsyou Roy and Lettie Louise Man- emphasis is on the political and
to deduct a contributionwhich
skyline?" may be able to take if i you ning, 1133 Franklin Street, 6 international problems of the
you have only pledged and
itemize them instead of using lbs-6 Roland Vernon Bills eleven-independent states which
; ,
"Why, man, we got tombstones the short 1040A from or the not paid during the tax year.
to Vernon Warren and Shirley comprise it.
down thar bigger'n them." You can deduct up to 20 percent
standard 10 cent deduction.You .
per Lois Bills, Wright's Trailor The Arabs And The West: Pub-
Not to be 'outdone, that night of your income for any eligible -
can deduct your contributions Park, Green Cove Springs, 7 lished in 1952 as a survey to aid
they put a brace of'snapping tur- charitable contributions,
to religious, charitable, scientific lbs11oz; Kimberley Jean the intelligent newspaper reader,
ties in the Texan's bed. When he and up to 30 per cent if at least
literary and educational Pepin, to Robert Henry and the problems discussed are of
turned back the covers and asked 10 per cent was in gifts to religious -

what they were, he was told that organizations, and to non-profit I ; organizations, schools or Joyce LaVonne, 2580 Post equal importance to the same

they were Illinois bedbugs. He cemeteries. hospitals. I Street, 7 lbs-8'%oz. reader' today. Chapters cover the
S t Canal Zone of Jordan
peered at them a moment and S t Egypt, ,

agreed, "So they are, but young Deduct contributions of goodsat Interest you pay on personal chases.If Palestine, the Levant States, etc.
their fair value, as well as Saudi Arabia (Twitchell): The
'uns ain't they? loans and other indebtedness is some of your credit buying
cash, but not your personal services deductible.If involves "carrying charges" instead account of the development of its

"That's the spirit! cried {the (blood donations are regarded there is a mortgage on your of specified interest, you are natural resources is especially interesting

medium as the table began to as a personal service and not home, be sure to find out what allowed to deduct such charges: and important.

rise deductible). part of your payments is interestand up to six per cent of the average i. The Arabia Of Ibn Saud: Beautifully -

0 S S If you contribute stocks, real deduct it on your tax return. monthly unpaid balance if they; illustrated with photographs

Two dogs met on the street and estate or other property you can The same applies to automobile are listed separately in your con maps and charts, the volume -
deduct their value at the time of gives the of the
were having a chat. financing and installment pur- tract or bills. i
the gift, even if it is considerablymore
;:'You seem unduly depressed," than the original cost to ____u.___________no Most taxes you paid for your : long history of the Arabs, the
government, the people, the cul
said one, "Why don't you. go seea self or a member of your house
ture and customs all written in a
psychiatrist =: f hold, except federal taxes, are de ,
"You know good and well," the Water ductible. However taxes are not style which is easy to -read. Especially

other answered, "that I'm not allowed Safety '",. deductible when included in the suggested for those who
have not read much the area
on the couch." price and not separately chargedto
S Class Trains:: n> the customer. and are hesitant to try the more

: detailed books.
Traffic : "Hey mister, 0 S
cop your
Life I For those who prefer the lighter -
'wife fell out of the car three GuardsA If you paid someone to care for
IE: vein, we suggest the following:
blocks back"Driver your child under 12 because thatwas
: "Thank heavens. For a Red Cross water safety instructor necessary while you were at Journey To Persia: A delightful -

course was started Mon- k account which mingles appreciation
minute, I thought I had gone work you may be entitled to a
day at the Indoor y.y : < for the old and
stone deaf." pool at Price "child care" deduction of as muchas new.

Natatorium and will continue $600. This deduction also Let's Talk Turkey: A gay book '
each morning for % : ap of Middle
a two-week travels through the
j A fisherman was taken into pe gnag plies to the care of any dependentwho I II
I riod. Mr: Richard Bracewell yet/ el East.
i court for catching 10 more bass k irx was mentally or physically I
Safety Director of Duval County I Blind White Fish In Persia:
than the law allows. I incapacitated. Check the instruc
Red Cross Chapter, is supervising < >: tions That title is "blind"! Actually it
"Guilty or not guilty? asked ,. to see whether you qualify.
the course and giving the qualify- ab Y't:' -> Don't is a book'to enjoy along with the
1he overlook
judge. 4 A c deductions for
ing instructions and certification. men'who a vacation -
"Guilty," said the sportsman."Ten losses due to storms, shipwrecks, younger spent
dollars and- costs," said The course is sponsored by the > > fires, floods, theft, and accidents traveling meeting many
Special Services Department in : people in many circumstances.
not due
1 the judge. to your own negligence.
preparation for the coming swimming 4 '
After paying, the dcfcndan t The way to figure such losses is I
season and the Specialists In Too
asked: opening of explained in the instructions. Any Army,

"And now, your honor, I'd like i the various outdoor pools both insurance or other compensationyou During'World War Two, every

several copies of the court recordto Mainside and NATTC may have received for the Navy"job which could not be included -

show my friends." Anthony Cook, SN, assigned to (I atQr damage must be subtracted from in normal ratings was

Special Services, and who is a x the amount of loss. lumped under the heading of
certified Red Cross Water Safety # o f fpr 1 Specialist Now the Army's men
Reclining on the beach, a wo
Instructor is assisting Mr Brace- Miscellaneous deductions are beginning to list their ranks
man drew her husband's attention t 0
well in! conducting the course ; which as "specialists.
to a girl in a two-piece bath you are entitled include
Cook taught a senior Life Saving\ Due to only those
ing suit standing by the promen r the cost of uniform equipment .a new system

ede. II course last month to a picket like insignia, braid, collar devices, having military authority, such as

", group of 'swimmers to qualify etc. The cost of the uniform and a sergeant in charge of a machine
"Look at her remarked the I them for the instructor training its alteration and gun squad, would be the only
: laundering is
wife critically. "She must think Most of these men will dSCENE ncn-
serve a s not deductible, however. ones to be designated as
she's..Marilyn Monroe. I life guards at the Navy pools Also deductible coms.
some all i
The husband didn't even glance I They will also be certified to con- mony payments, amount of t ..

in her direction, but continued to.. duct swimming classes for which) STEALER Some listment bonus refunded by reen Garden Circle Sets

lie back sunning himself on the Red Cross certificate. ore issuec', top Dritish I television stars of termination of enlistment reason Meeting Friday

sand."Aren't. Last year Special Services instructors refuse to work with buxom dues to professional ,
interested Rochelle Lofting: because societies and The Naval Air Station Garden
you ? urged on the station taught subscription
they say she steals the<<: show, to professional journals. Circle will hold its monthly meet-
his wife. swimming and ?ife saving classes
which is natural. After all, her Also, a tenant stockholder 12th,
ing at 0930 March
"Not particularly," was the laconic "! for both Navy personnel and dependents measurements are 42-23-36, and in a cooperative apartment Monday,
house will
reply. "If she's anythinglike t to whom over five hun that's hard to beat. Rochelle is corporation in Building 751. The program
shown above studying posture may deduct his shareof be a flower arranging workshop
Marilyn Monroe you would dred Red Cross certificates were the
In London before leaving for realjestate taxes and interest with Mrs. Ira J. Varnadoe as instructor.
A't have asked 'me to look awarded the U. S. and A TV appearance. ,paid by such .Corporation..

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8 March 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

Civil ServiceOpportunities Ii: '' ".1! Expand Of Missile Use Up LADDERWith The

If the Beach at Walkiki, the I
hula girls, and all the other color- % .;kys s "Regulus"The Civilians ,
traditions of Hawaiian i\ y
ful living
production of the "Regulus -
are enticing to you-and if you (Weekly Vie Jax Air News In
first surface to surface
are an engineer of considerable r 4#? ;:. guided missile to become fleet cooperation with the Industrial
experience here is your dish! >( >!\] operational will be continued un- Relations Department will list

A supervisory general engineer ______ ,;.. "'{;' der a '$14 million dollar order various promotion for Naval
(GS-13)), Utilities Division, is ..i1iIQ\: recently ,placed by the Navy. Air personnel).

needed at Pearl Harbor, accordingto './..;.'.>;tj" The ,contract has been let to On the promotion roster effective -
the District Public Works Feb. 26 were 10 employees
Aircraft Inc. at
) i Chance-Vought ,
Office of the Fourteenth Naval ....:.....t.;' {.. Dallas, which also produces the five from Overhaul and Repair
District, Navy No. 128, FPO San ." faster-than-sound F8U-1 Crusader Department, three from Supply
Francisco California.The ,:: :' : Department, and one each from
\ day fighter, for which it received .
Industrial Relations _: Fiscal and Miscellaneous Depart
Department an initial $100 million
here lists many other contract last December. ments. .
Promoted at 0 & R
excellent job opportunities for Used extensively at sea with were Gladys
persons interested in all fields of submarines, cruisers, and aircraft Edmonds from clerk-typist GS-2
engineering, electronics, soil con- carriers, the Regulus is capableof to property and supply clerk
servation, metallurgy, physiology, delivering a powerful warheadat GS-3i Mary Garner, clerk-steno-
and medical science. supersonic speeds over a rangeof grapher GS-3 to clerkstenographer -

FROM NAS Oceana, Virginia, hundreds of miles. Public release : GS-4; Bernice Orr, typist

come requests"- for hordes of .- .... of information concerning GS-2 to' property and supply
engineers architectural struc- this guided missile withheld clerk, GS-3; Ermajean Snowber-
AE was
Attached as training officers
secretary (typing) GS-4 to
turaly, general, civil, electrical, to Aviation Electrician's Mate School at the Naval Air Technical until 1953 although the projectwas ger
mechanical, maintenance, and engineering Training Center for more than a year, Lcdr. O. S. Braddock Jr. started in 1947. personnel clerk (general) GS-5;
draftsmen for cate- (right), and Lcdr. Robert Horan have been detached from the and Mary Spencer, clerk-typist
The Regulus will be fired from
Training: Center. Lcdr. Braddock, training: officer of the two avia- GS-2 to property and supply clerk
gories GS-6 to GS-11. Interested tion electrician's mate schools and a native of Jacksonville has three submarines: the first atomh GS-3.
applicants should apply (standard been ordered to duty aboard the carrier USS Leyte. Lcdr. Hogan submarine to be equipped to fire
form 57)) to the. Industrial Rela- will report to Utility Squadron 10 at Guantanamo, Cuba. guided missiles will be built by Advanced at Supply Department -

tions Department, Administration the Navy this year at the Mare were: Joyce Baggarley, tabulating

Building, U. S. Naval Air Station, Supervisors Local Island Naval Ship Yard; two conventional machine operation super-
Oceana, Virginia Beach, Virginia I submarines will be altered visor GS-4 to tabulating machine
To Meet TonightA operation supervisor GS-5 James
Headquarters Sixth Naval Dis- to handle guided missilesthe ;
trict,' Naval Base, Charleston, S. meeting for members of the Grayback, now nearing com- Crowder, property and supply
clerk GS-3 and
C. asks those interested in the ,Association of Supervisors, Local pletion at Mare Island, and the to property sup-
clerk GS-4 and William
following vacancies to refer to No. 11 has been set for tonigr Growler, under construction at ply ;
the activity in which the vacancy March 8 at 1930. The meetingwill Portsmouth, N. It. Naval ShipYard Brown, laborer third step to
painter first
exists: Asistant Industrial Mana- On Saturday evening, a gila be held at the Jacksonville step.
ger, Sixth Naval District, P. O. dinner honoring and welcoming YWCA located at 325 E. Duval l Designed in two versions a Promoted in Fiscal Departmentwas

Box 5296, Jacksonville, electri- Capt. William S. Harris, USN, Street. recoverable test and training missile Elizabeth bag, clerktypistGS3
to fiscal accounting clerk
cal engineer (GS-850-11)) and commanding officer Naval Air All members are ged to at- with a retractable landing .
GS-4 and in Miscellaneous Eliza.
maintenance supervisor: (general, Station, was held at the CPO tend. gear and a non-recoverable tactical ,
GS-1640-7) ; U. S. Naval Hospital, mess. Hosts for th- affair were missile the test and train- beth Stache was advanced from
Beaufort, S. C. fiscal account- hid petty officers and master BC-BS Payments Due ing versions have been flown and clerk-typist GS-2 ComNab6NDto
clerk-stenographer GS-3.
ing clerk (GS-501-5)). sergeants representing every Blue Cross-Blue Shield mem- recovered numerous times. 45
Charleston Naval Shipyard, command and activity on he bers are reminded that monthly Although the Regulus has a M

Naval Base, Charleston, S. C. : station. Approximately 250 persons payments are due March 12 and 300-mile range, the engineers say Mothers Asked
construction engineer (GS-9), were in attendance.In 13. : it may be extended to 1500 miles.

electrical engineer (GS-5, 7, 9,), addition to Capt. and Mrs.
electronics engineer (GS-7)), ma- William S. Harris, the guests wore Td Help In

rine engineer (GS-9)), mechanical Comdr. and Mrs. John N. Myers, _
engineer (GS-5, 7, 9)), naval Comdr. Walter G. Winslow, A'a- 8 Military PlanThe

architect (GS-5), and ordnance jor and Mrs. Louis J, Sartor, Lcdr.
engineer (GS-5)). and Mrs. John R. Johnson, and role of American women is

District Public Works Office, Lcdr. Marshal P. Deputy. being perceived in terms of its

Sixth Naval District, Naval Base, The guest list from other com mission by the Department of

Charleston, S. C. housing man- mands included Capt. and Mrs. d Defense.
ager (GS-1173-12), civil engineer Henry C. DeLong, Capt. and Mis. "7. r Mothers have been asked to

(GS-810-5, 9), construction man- Bowen F. McLeod, Capt. and Mrs. s 6l' help their sons to understand and

agement engineer (GS-811-12)), Thomas D.- Tyra, Capt. and ,Mrs. ',,, to accept required military serv-
industrial engineer (GS-896-11)), James J. McKinstry, and Lt. Cot \F ice by Carter L. Burgess, Assist-

mechanical engineer (GS-830- and Mrs. Fi ik R. Porter, Jr. ;a ( \ __ __ __ ant Secretary of Defense for Man-
11)), realty assistant (GS-1172-9)), power, in remarks prepared for
and realty officer (GS-1172-9)), .. the Women's Forum on NationalS
and realty officer (GS-1172-11)). Marines InvitedTo a:+g [. held recently in Wash-

ington D. C.
West, mechanical engineer (GS- Apply For 5 r ryh. ::4 "A mother needs to encourageher
830-11), and supervisory mainte son to plan his life in harmony -

nance engineer (GS-805.11)); NAS 'NavCad Training with i existing realities
Memphis, supervisory general which face him and his country
supply assistant (GS-2001-7). I II Qualified enlisted Marines are -keeping clearly in mind the
I .
Invited to apply for Naval Avia sm::: ;:;.;:..... 1.\ ...m.W.'M.'o.mr.n -y. '.--"' -..Nn..MW fact that if the free nations lose
NAS Pensacola, needs all types
I of scientists and engineers from tion Cadet Training, Marine Corps INTERESTED POW One of the attentive listeners to the the present world struggle, none}
I GS-5 to GS-14. A librarian, a Headquarters announced this J Code of Conduct lectures given by M/Srt. William Diemert of of us will be planning anythingfor
I I week. Airman Preparatory School at NATTCenter was Comdr. RalphM. a long time," Mr. Burgess
metallurgist, a physiologist, tabu- Harwell (left) a prisoner of war of the Communists in Korea said.
lating machine supervisor, and Applicants must be at least 18 for 33 months. Mc/Sgt.Diemert, was a POW of the Japanese in
project planner are included on years of age but less than 25 on World War 41 for 39,months. The Forum was attended by
its want listCommander the date their application is sub- representatives of 13 national

\ Field Command I mitted. They must also be unmar- Conduct Code Lectures women's patriotic organizationsand
AFSWP Sandia Base ried and agree to remain single auxiliaries of veterans or
: ; Albuquerque -
i N. M., needs a model maker until commissioned. Given By Former POWA ganizations.
(plastics) and a position classi! Education requirements are sep ,
,: crated into two categories: two graphic work portrayal of the Code of Conduct was pre
tier.Two years of college at an accredited sented in a series of four lectures last week by M/Sgt. William 651n56
publication writers in the
field of medical science are need- institution; or one year of collegeor Diemert of the Aircraft Familiarization Phase of Airman Preparatory .

ed by, the Department of Health, service-accepted equivalent School at the Naval Air Technical Training Center. War II, was a volunteer from El

Education and Welfare at Atlanta along with a GCT score of 120, .himself a prisoner of the Japanese -I Naval personnel and civilians, Toro, Calif., with the First' Ma-
,. Ga. Robins Air Force Base, and a Pattern Analysis of 116. after the fall of Corregidorin ,'desiring to sit in on the lectures, rine Brigade in Korea that land-
Ga..wants a Property Actuary. Applicants under 21 must have May'1942 until released in Au- may do so by obtaining permis ed there in August, 1950, less than

Patrick Air Force Base, Florida parental consent. gust 1945, from the prison campat sion from the AN-P Training Office two months after the conflict
is recruiting for architectural,' Full details of the program are Mukden, Manchuria, M/Sgt. Building 502. The lecturesare broke out. He later was with
civil, construction, electrical, and contained in Marine Corps Memo- Diemert was well able to speakof held from 0815 to 0915, once a VMF-214 aboard the carrier USS
mechanical engineers from GS-9 randum 10555. the Code of Conduct, applyinghis month, Monday through Thurs- Sicily. '
through GS12.Submarine .-..._ own experiences to the six day in Room Seven Building S04.I A series of articles is contemplated
Calf skins make the best shoes, clauses of the instrument. I The Code of Conduct is part ol for the Jax Air News em
Quota Same but banana skins make the best THE FOUR LECTURES were the military indoctrination of all bracing the Code of Conduct and .

While checking Navy strengtha slippers. given as part of the monthly) in- Airman Preparatory School students M/Sgt. Diemert's experiences asa
survey of personnel was made structor improvement program and is given in evening prisoner of war and incidents
established by Airman School to lectures to the men. applying to the present code.
and it showed that submarinecrews
are the only. Navy units 65 In 56 which an average of some 100 1IJ>. DIEMERT, despite his .
Marine Corps instructors attend. harrowing experiences in World Familiarity breeds attempt.
now being kept at full strength: I

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Sports \. Lead In Center

BriefsThe The news this week was bas-
: Ten Pin Action
NAS Jax Fliers bowling ketball, whether you leafed

team that returned from Key Lh NAWS-l held a substantial through the pages of editions
in 1946
West recently brought back several game lead over the rest of the or 1951.

cases of sore thumbs and cal NATTCenter Intramural Bowling Ten Year Ago Today

loused hands with them. Bob Perkins h loop this week after blasting out The Jax Navy Fliers rang

of the "keg squad reportedthat i 4-0 wins 'over AGO and AN-PI down the curtain on the 1946

the long hours'at the hard- schools. season with a thrilling 50-44

wood the terrific The victory over the Parris Island
alleys and front-runners were, paced
amount of bowling involved 'was by the accurate shooting of Tom Marines in a game that saw

just too much for squad memberson Barger who rolled seta of 562 and the lead change hands eight
times. The win left the local
many of the participating 547. ANP-1 extended the league
club with 24-6 record for
a '
teams. leaders all the way, losing one
the season and strengthenedits
SS.Can game by only one' pin and an-
anyone top the 259 game other by just 18. John' Burnertallied claim to a sixth place ranking

bowled by Kenneth Love of VA- a 496 and Jim Daly'scored nationally. among sCf.icecagers.

172 keg team? Love's one game a 503 set in the losing effort.
Five Yean
feat topped all single game scores BARGER STILL holds theleague' Parris Island's Ago Marines Today turn-

for the current schedule in the individual
high set
rec ed the tables on the '51 Fliers
Mainside loop and also is higher ord of 562 and is the top bowlerin ;
beating them 88-72 in the
than rolled in the NAS ? :: ,
any game the loop with an average of opening round of the Sixth
O & R Bowling League this year. 190..
Naval District tourney'at NAS
The pin-busting pinnacle in that f tw .4 In one of the week's tightest Jax.

circuit is a 236 game rolled by ._....w .......:.....:"" <<: :J.t.: ,;: ;;t.ftt...... .:::11; matches, Aviation Storekeepers affair The in which game a was total a rough of 59

Charles Morgan several weeks STATION OLYMPIC PROSPECT NAUTU's Ken Pender- turned back a second-place bid personal and technical fouls
t' ago. gras is a bad man to know if you happen! to be a clay pigeon. I by AO's Ordnanceman with eachteam
S. The Statlonkeeper chief is rapidly raining fame as one of the : I were assessed ,against both
nation's top skeet and trap shooters, and there's an excellent grabbing two of the four clubs.
Three talented veterans, Coach chance that he'll end up becoming a member of the 1956 U. S. points. The split left the Storekeepers
Leon Wilson, Manager Len Cur- Olympic team which goes to Australia this year. I in the runner-up notch

+ tis, and 1955 No. 2 man Jack by two games over AO School. A

Candland, will return to bolster Skeetman Pendergras On total of five players on the two Acc'sories Tops

the Jax varsity tennis team this clubs broke into the 500-plus

season.The racketeers will start oft A Il-A lfPrirn (Cnmhi.npOne scores. O&R Keg Circuit
-- - - CELLAR-DWELLING Aviation
their 18-20 game slate on March of the world's finest "dead-
Electrician's Mate School gave" Slim
12, when they host Presbyterian eye" skeet shooters, NARTU's Baltimore with 100 straight, theSoutheastern the AK crew a hard tussle in the By Margin

College on the Boone Park Ken Pendergras, ADC, was hon. Open small-bore
opening of that
game match, los For the second straight week
courts, site of all Flier home ored service crown at Jacksonvillewith ,
recently by being named to
ing by only nine points-719 to the aggregation from Accessories
games. the 1956 All-American skeet team 96/109, and the Great East 710 then
went down the drain
was sitting the NAS
atop O&R
4 ern all-gauge Service ,
sponsored by Sports Afield championship
mag by a 4-0 score. Team captain Bowling League after
Blind Prizes azine.A at Lordship, Conn., with the knocking
Bogey same Nelson Bottorff of the winners off Supply's keglers Friday night,
veteran of many skeet tour- paved the to
way victory with a 21. ,
Gained By Trio neys in the United States, the AT THE GRAND Nationals at 549 set score which included a Friday's

Three Station golfers H. L. Training Unit chief stands an excellent Waterford, Mich., last August'endergras 212 game. victory left the league
leaders with a 1%
-game edge
chance of being nominatedto tied dark-horse Bob Tiny Wilhorn of
Ferguson, A. D. "Ken" Kenfield over second .
the U. S. Olympic skeet team Rath of Winnetka, Ill., for the Personnel pulled of Planning No.
and Ed Fenton, were the winnersin one the rare 2 which had ruled the Overhauland
the weekly Blind Bogey golf which will shoot in Australia later national sub-small title when he feats of Hardwood Alley by roll Repair roost until
this scored 95 out of 100 but just two
year.PENDERGRAS' was ing three consecutive of
tourney on the local course Saturday scores weeks
ago. seven
with 76 stroke totals. national ac- defeated by Rath in the shootoff.He 152 during the week and thereby games now;
separate the first
eight clubs in
Merchandise prizes were. claim has been built up, over a fired an astounding score of entitled himself to an ,American the circuit with

awarded to the winners who won period of several years, But his 249 of 250 birds in the National Bowling Congress sleeve patch. third of the. bowling still nearly a
big boost into the all-gauge season remaining -
them by stroking the 18 holes in skeet spotlight' championships at Detroit Current standings are: .

exactly 76 swats after picking came recently when he won both i but had to settle for fourth Team W L Pet.

their own handicaps. The numberwas the Maryland Open all-gauge place when three other shooters. NAWS-1 i 42 2 .954 ASSEMBLY, Production Plan-

selected at the conclusion of skeet championship and the Old tallied perfect scores! AK School 31 13 .705 ning and Planning No. 1 hold

the afternoon's play. Dominion Open at Richmond, Va. Pendergras is also grooming his AO School 29 15 .659 onto the third, fourth and fifth

Ferguson fired a 93 with a 17- lie fired perfect scores of 100 shooting to Include trap shootingand ANP-1 Schol 25 15 .625 spots,division.In rounding. out the loop's'first

stroke handicap while Kenfield straight in both tourneys, but had hopes to NA WS-2 23 17 .575

managed an 88 to go with his to blast another 174 clay pigeonsout compete in both SupServ. 20 16 .556 games last week, Production ..

handicap of 12; Fenton chose a of 175 in a special shootoff sports if he is chosen on the Admin. 20 24 .455 Planning tripped Emergency, 3-0;

23 and then banged out a 99 to before taking the Old Dominion Olympic squad. lIe's had no for NAWS-3 20 24 .455 Power Plant downed' Cowling

qualify for the prize drawing. tourney. mal competition on a national AGO School 12 32 .273 Shop, 3-0; Electric Shop defeated

> The NARTU Navyman also won level in the sport yet, but he ANP-2 9 31 .225 Machinists, 2-1; Masters & Foremen

the Loch Raven all-bore title at AE School 1 43 .023 defeated Ground Check, 2-1;
claims he'll be
ready for actionif Planning No. 2
dropped Planning
Crackerjax he makes the trip to the-Land Talk is cheap mainly becausethe No.1, 2-1; Accessories won out

KNOW YOURIMATHLETE Down Under. supply exceeds the demand. over Supply, 2-1; Metals Division

Softball was beaten by Metals No. 2, 2-1;
Crew and Assembly defeated Engineering -

Linksmen Engage Twin-Bill 2-1.
This week's Intramural athlete ;
Boasts VetsThe needs very little introduction -
to local fans. Florida U. Jinx Still HoldsThe topped the 200-or-batter mark

Friday and most of them
slap of horsehide againstle He is, of course, that whistle- were
ther will be heard Monday I tooting specialist from NARTU' Jax Navy Fliers golf team also members of a 16-man group
evening as future was out to kill two birdies with straight match Of the season last that rolled sets of 500-plus. The
Crackerjax Stationkecpers, Jack Piva
softball squad members take tt> Station reservist since 1946. one 5-iron this week when it Tuesday to the University of week's highest set was turned inn

the Waves diamond at 1630 for: squared away against both NAS I Florida "B" team, 17-9%, o by H. A. Flowers of Planning No.
the initial tryouts of the season. <. p s' Jack originally Cecil Field and Patrick AFB in' the Gainesville Country Club 1 who scored a 596 that included

The local contingent .;4.> played basketball a dual match Wednesday on the course. The college group h- 1 single games of 215 and 201
experienced ,
a and local course. also beaten the local club here C. B. Adams of Accessoriesheld
an outstanding season in 1955
finishing with a 32.9 rccon d r baseball with The Station squad was origi- earlier in their first meeting onto the league's highest

against military and civilian op NARTU but finally nally Field scheduled to play Cecil AFTER SCAR ROUGII and individual average by maintaining
last Friday and the Air '
position. gave up MacDonald had given the Fliersan a 179 level through 63 games.
Force but
Although many veteran members his intramural crew yesterday, rain early 8-1 lead at Gainesville Everett Brock follows Adams
of the Crackerjax unit wil .- ",' ; activity for the forced'pOst- the Florida sextet came back track o with a 175 average for 54 games.
< ponement of the Cecil
be returning again this year, W.. ;.-.1.A'' "Order of the Jacksonville Amateur contesta Golf Association up 16% points in four individual League standings:

choice positions in both outfit d Plva Striped Shirt." match. and two doubles matches. Team W L Pct

and infield will be open to new Piva says that the two hardest Results Accessories 43 23 .652
SO 'THE included: Willie Turner
comers due to the loss of firs games he ever had to callwere to Plan. No. 2 41.5 24.5 .629
take them both (UF) def. Glass (Jax), 3-0
at ;
on once, play-
string players Gcrri and Pat Gor the Station intramural Gene Assembly 41 25 .621
ing each Silverman (UF) deft Sum-
sky, Norma Fleming and Jean football championship game of opponent simultaneouslyon Prod. Plan. 38 25 .603
mitt (Jax) 2%
} -%; Al DuhaineUF
Larson. 1952 and the Sixth Naval Dis- the 18-hole hike. Tentatively Plan l o. 1 37 29" .561 ,
scheduled to pound the pill for ( ) def. Lew Chaff (Jax), 3-0;
trict; title tilt between Parris Cowling Shop. 37 29 .561
Ltjg) Matt Kurilich will Von : the Navy linksters were Bill George Putnam (UF) def. WaltStrader.
Island and Pensacola just last Supply 36 30 .545
hand to coach the softba! Scarbrough, Joe MacDonald (Jax), 2-1;. Turner-Sil-1
season. Metals Div. __ 34.5 31.5 .523
group again this season. Kurilichwas verman (UF) def. Glass-Summitt
Walt Strader
The Aviation Machinist'sMate Electric Shop 33 33 .500
the coach of the 1955 basket Lew Chaff, and Don Glass. (Jax), 3-0; Duhaine-Putnam (UF)
First Class hails from Machinists 31 32 .492
ball squad, holders of the firs The match with Patrick AFB def. Chaff-Strader (Jax), 3.-0;
Jamestown, R. I. and has been Power Plant 29.5 36.S .447
all-Navy Eastern women's bas Scarbrough (Jax) def. Tom
will be the second meeting of the
in the Navy 13 His Mast. & Fore. 29 37 .439
ketball title. lie also coached the years. pre- year for the'two clubs, with Jax Aaron (UF), 3-0; MacDonald ld
military sports interest Engineering 29 37 .439
1955 softball team which place j was (Jax) def. Al Kelly (UF), 2-1: ;
Navy taking the earlier battle
fostered at Rogers High School I Emer. Rep. _. 27 39 .409
second in the all-Navy Eastern i tn Newport, R. I. 13-5, at Cocoa, Fla. and Scarbrough-MacDonald (Jax) Metals No. 2 23.5 42.5 .356

competitions. The Fliers lost their second def. Aaron-Kelly (UF)., 30. Ground Check 16 50 ..242Page

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8 March 6 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven

N 41 Fliers In Running

1 For Eastern Title

Jax Navy's Sixth Naval District basketball champions
got off to a fast start along the all-Navy Eastern title trail
this week by winning thejr first two starts against Philadel
/ phia Naval Base and Port Lyautey.The .
Fliers ..
Pensacoja-bolstered -who was transferred just last
were well entrenched in the win- .
week to the Washington area after
ner's bracket of the double-elim- helping Jacksonville capturethe
inatlon tourney Wednesday, a
6ND flag. Severn River won
position that will allow them to its initial outing of the tourney
progress to the finals by a more Monday night by overwhelming
Y direct approach than if they had Corpus Christi!, 69-64.
to play all of the first round los- *
0. a ers on the "milk train" route.
Jax Nary opened its drive for
the championship Monday witha
The local quintet was scheduled close 85-82 victory over the
.. to take on the Severn River Naval -
--- --------- -- Philadelphia NB Fourth Naval
UNCROWNED.:. The Jax Navy Crackerjax, last year's All-Navy Eastern champion team, lost Command cage crew Wed- District champs. Coach McCaf
its chance for another crack at the title when it dropped two hard-fought games to the Pensacola nesday night in the third round. frey's lads looked a little raggedat
I Gossettes last week. Left to right in the front row are: Sophie Sayatovieh. Nancy Gibbons, Ruth The SRNC team will field an
Bradshaw Anne Simmons and Sophie Strand. Back row: Geneva Sahmaunt, Corretta French, times almost lost a 37-28 intermission -
Gladys Nicolet, Virginia<< Flodine, Barbara Clark, Faith Driscoll and Marie McCollum. Not shown is old friend of the Fliers in the margin, but then hungon
Pat Ashcraft, co-captain of the team and the only veteran from last year's champs. battle-Ensign George Nordhaus to*win.

The Fliers were a much improved
36-Hole Mixed Two-Ball ) club Tuesday when they

I rolled over the Port Lyautey en
Links Play March 17-18 try by an impressive 104-82 count,"
McCaffrey cleared most of his
A 36-hole mixed two-ball Sta- bench in the game after buildingup
are invited to attend.
tion championship golf tourna a 20-point, 59-39 edge at half-
Entries must be in March 14
by time.
ment will be held Saturday and
at the shack and
Sunday, March 17-18, on,the Na- golf handicaps Forward Herm Howard led the
established by that date. Starting
val Air Station links. All persons Fliers with 18 points on eight
times for all matches will be post-
eligible to use the golf course field goals and a pair of free
ed March 15, and medal play will
throws and was ably assisted by
be used with 50 of the
Pensy. Takes combined handicap.At Tennis Team Opens Against Al counters.McGehee" who tossed in 17"

the end of the first 18 holesof

- 6ND Keg Title_; flights play according the f field will to total split into net Presbyterian Crew MondayThe of the 000One tournament's top .

games was slated for last night's
Jax Is Fourth scores. untried tennis forces of Jacksonville Navy get their first play when 9ND titleholder Great
Prizes will be awarded first and formal test of the,season next Monday at 1300 when Presbyterian Lakes was scheduled to tangle
Pensacola won the Sixth Naval second place teams of each flight, College invades the Boone Park Courts to battle the locals. with, ComServLant. Great Lakes
District bowling title at Key
based on the 36-hole net score.
The Fliers will play Presbyterian -. rolled over Quo'nsetPoint. 125-63,
West last week with a sizzling Eldridge and Len Curtis will
Starting times are 1200 on Saturday
of and NTC Bainbridge, 96-89 in its
record of 25: wins in 28 matches, and all day Sunday. instead of the University team together to complete the
first two while ServLant
in games,
and Jax Navy's Fliers ended the Florida as previously reported three-team lineup.
in tie for fourth place greeted at the the Jax Air News. Florida comes : defeated USNII St. Alban's, 114- .
tourney a Hubby was Wilson, Candland and Curtisare I
62 in its
to Jacksonville for a match on I only outing.
with Green Cove Springs. homestead door by his angry wifeat the, three veterans of laslyear's
5 a.m.IISO home is the best March 17... The Quonset Point and St. AI.ban'
Jacksonville had an 11-5 record net squad which posted 14
through its first four matches in place after all," she snorted. COACH LEON WILSON announced wins in 19 starts. teams were eliminated in

the round robin affair and was don't know about that," her mate the local squad would Several members of the local the first two rounds.LyauteyJax .

still very much in the running replied, "but it's the only place probably take the courts with squad have college net experience box summary" :
Candland Hunter Bell, NAS lAX
for the but the local team open. ,
crown, to their credit; Wilson, the
Woods Dave Schultz Player FO FT Tot.
George ,
picked up only three points in team's No. 1 man this season,
its last three contests and endedat Papa bird is reported to have Jimmy Brown and ,Wilson han played two years at the Univer- McClure, c 6 3 15 .
the chores in the singles A. Jones, f 4' 5 13
complained to Mama bird one dling .
the .500 mark with 1414. sity of Florida, and Ensign Bell
morning. "Can you beat it? Just matches. For doubles play, Wilson was the No. 1 man on the Auburn Howard, f 8 2 18-
will with Candland, McGehee, f 5 7 17
about the time we get a nest egg pair squad for several
Lt John Basil of Pensacola years.
was laid away more bills accumulate." Bell will join Woods, and Gordon Wetzel, g 3 8 14Brennan
the tourney's outstanding bowler, BROWN ATTENDED George g 4 2 10 .
compiling an average of 193 w; town University in Washington, Carson, g 3 4 10
through 21 games. Jax Navy's D. C.,' and played varsity tennis Frank, f 2 3 7
Tony Gonzales of NAS Special 1v there while Woods was a memberof ,
+'r'n'U -
Services led the local sextet witha the Williams College squad. Totals 35 34 104
21-game level of 177. The Presbyterian team coming -
Other Fliers and their averageswere here*Monday is built around Allan PT. LYAUTEY

: Palmer Starnes of Fasron Morris who reached the quar- Player FO Fr Tot.
6, 169 for 18 games; Carmine ter-final round in the recent Mas- Burk, f 3 1 7Russell
Marinelli of NAS Communications ters Tennis Tourney here in Jack- f 5 4 14

167 through 20 games; Dave sonville before being eliminatedby Peek, c T 6 20
Frei of NATTCenter Administration Philadelphia's Vic Seixas, the Book, g 3 0 6
162 through 12*games; Bob .; t .l nation's top amateur player. Mor- Baugh, fWickley 1 0 :. 2
Perkins, 161 for 18 games; and ris later participated in the dou- ; g 6 5 17".
Joe Sombo, 154 through 15 games. bles bracket and reached the finals Stewart, g 2 0 4
0 00 with his partner before being
Franz, cHoffman 2 1. 5 .
Most of the,participating teams W ( J. )y. 4( : f 1 0 '2Rainwater

ended the week-long tournamentwith k_ f 2 1 5
minor hand injuries sustained mom beaten.SPORTS .;...
during the long sessionson Totals 32 18 82

the alleys. Very few of the a Yy8 -_. *- _- .
6ND keglers were used to bowl- SCHEDULEFor
ing as much as six to ten gamesa v r, !'.g R y !G WEATHER OUTLOOK
day, and many of them returned -I Week of March 8-14 Friday Mostly clear and
to their bases with swollen 3 3r 3rr Basketball: All-Navy Eastern cooler.

thumbs and sore hands. I Tournament at Norfolk, continu- Saturday Partly cloudy and
Key West, Pensacola and Cecil I ing until March 10. warm with afternoon showers.

Field all placed two men each on Golf; Deadline for all-Station SundayMorning showers and
the 6ND All-Star team which mixed two-ball tourney entries continued warm; cooling in the

will represent the District in the closes at 1800, March 14. Weekly afternoon and clear.

upcoming All-Navy Eastern tour- Blind Bogey tourney, March 10. ,

nament at Philadelphia, March 12.. Bowling: Mainslde, NATTCenter Two mosquitos werj resting on
Final team standings included: intramural leagues Monday Robinson Crusoe's t r m. -"I'm
Team w L Pet. thru Friday; NAS 0 & R League leaving now," said one, Til see
Pensacola 25 3 .893 Friday, March 9. you on .Friday."
Key West 19 9 .679 Baseball: Daily workouts for .

Cecil Field 19 9 .679 EARLY ENTRIES first entries In the NAS Jax Fliers at Mason Field, 1600. That same RoV -n Crusoe was .
Jacksonville 14 14 .500 mixed two-ball Amowhichthe will be held the weekend I Tennis; Jax Fliers vs. Presbyterian the first man to win the 40-hour
Green Cove 14 14 .500 left) of the Military Personnel
Teddle Jackson
at Boono Park
College week. His work was done by Fri
at the Naval
Charleston12 16 .429 OtSSfiFraids (Mleker) Flynn of the Dispensary March 12. day.T .

Memphis 9 19 .321 Air Technical Trainlnt Center. : .

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JAX AIR NEWS 8 March 1956

li.- Fuel Depot! Gives Awards

: To 20 Civilian Employees.

'fif' More than 20 civilian employees,-

,., at the U. S. Navy Fuel Depot tion Building. t .* 4S

I 'it': were recipients Wednesday of 'These presentations are madeat \

commendations, meritorious the close of the busiest monthin \

awards beneficial suggestion the Depot's issue hIstory* said

\ .::1", awards, superior accomplishment Lcdr. Leonard A. Vickers, officer-. ..,

', .,.' awards, and safety awards during n-charge of the Fuel Depot: "Two B

). special ceremonies conducted at new records have been set in
'. fleet issue since 105,000 barrelsof '
1500 at the Depot's AdministraCLAMFJMV -
L'\,,\ .. naval service fuel oil were is- v

I ued to NAS Station Jacksonville, : L '! :

I NAS Cecil Field, NAAS Mayport, .. ,
P AAS Sanford ''. '' _ _
t and NAS Glynco,
** Ga"Representing
FOR RENT { 4, aI
t. Capt. William S.
Several '''vacancies exist in the Harris a ar
commanding officer of
Title III Housing Developementat Naval Air Station, was Capt. I

Magnolia Springs located on James J. McKinstry, supply officer -
Route 17, approximately a 20- ,b r
who made the various. press A
,. .minute drive from the Naval Air entations.

Station.; For further information Meritorious awards''
were presented -
contact the NAS Housing. Office .to Fire Chief 'Noble Jordan -

Building 1050, Ext. 553. ,' Howard Miller,.Hubert Rog

l\ 3. bdrm. fume apt. Elec, Nr. 5 ers, Raymond Hodges,' Sam Borden -

Points, 2022 Gilmore Sf EV 8- and Raymond Gray. f

I 1734. 'Cochran. Letters of Commendation were

5 rm. unfurn. hse $759 North awarded 'to,Judge Cooley, Harry

Edgewood. EV 99102. AkeL Adkisson, Richard Black,I Charles

3. rm.: furn. apt; 5434 "Wesconnet Wilson, Joseph Harris, William
m'1i'f.!) _. T 1
Blvd. EV 9-8075. Home. Hunt, Carl McQuaig, Grover,

3'rm. furn. apt. Bath $12 wk. 1626 Smith George Levy Jr., Arthur SAFETY AWARDS This group of civilians ,were among the more than 25 at the Navy Fuel
St/FL8-717" JcCutchen, Charles Chappell, Depot who were recipients of various commendations awards during a mass presentation conducted -
Ionia Young. Leon Bond Morris Wednesday Feb. 29. Left to right are: (kneeling) Richard Black, Grover Smith, Charles
3 rm. furn. apt. ;Bath. 618 College Simmons, Chappell, Morris Simmons, Judge Cooley, Leon Bond, and Harry Adkisson; second row '(standing)
St. EL 47604. Barter. Henry Brown, Fred Quina, and Carl McQualr, George Levy Jr., Charles,Wilson, Ralph John, Joseph Harris Arthur McCutchen,
Ralph John.Joseph Fred Quina, William Hunt, Howard Miller, Hubert Rogers, Capt. James' J. McKinstry, NAS Jax
2 bdrm. unfurn. hse. .Comer of Harris was the recipient supply officer, and Lcdr. Leonard Vickers, commanding: officer of the Fuel .Depot; on the ladder,

Hamilton and Marquett. EV 8.- oft w 0 beneficial suggestion Rar Hodres: Fire Chief Noble Jordan.- Raymond Gray. ,Sam Bolden and Marion Frazier.

4956. Mauser. awards for $10 each, and other

31 bdrm. apts. 1511 Barn St. single such awards went to WilLiam NAVY WIVES WEEKEND TIDE 6ND Holds

EV 8-2407. Spurgeon. Hunt, Ralph John, Raymond HIGH LOW (Continued from Page 1))

2 rm. turn apt. 2518 Rosselle St. Hodges, and LeRoy Sneed, who CORNERAny A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.
with special reference to the
Vamadee. also received a safe driving award FrL 5:51: 6:13: 11:57: ,-
Sixth Naval District the hife !history
1 rm. furn. apt. Kitch. Nr. NAS. for the 'second consecutive year one looking for a bargain? Sat. 6:34: 6.54 12:09: 6:54: ;' -

Reas. 3338 Randall St. EV 8- He is the only depot employee Try the Not New Shop sponsoredby Sun., 7:14: 7:32: 12:50: 1:11Navy's : habits of damage, and recognition .
9223. Hertzman. rated as (ruck driver. the Navy Wives Club. subterranean dry-wood.,*
and damp-wood termites
3 rm. furn. apt. EV 8-1760 (call If have powdc
Department of the Navy Industrial you any out-grown or post beetles and other wood-des-
between 1200 1300)). Ballen- Accident Prevention Certificates discarded clothing, household l Senior
troying pests; and the control of
tine. of award were presented to goods, pots, pans, tools, anythingyou rodents and nuisance
6 rm.unfurn. apt. $70. 1435 Ingle- the supervisors of units in whichno no longer need or want, donate (Continued from Page 1) pests.

side Ave. EV 8-0952. Dyess. lost time accidents occurred them to the Not New Shop prise I had." Speakers include Dr. Hetrick of

1. bdrm. Kitch. priv. 4334 Irvington during 1955. The group-supervi There, a 20 percent consignment Following, completion .of aero- the University of Florida; T. Roy

Ave. EV 91442. PoppelL son received them and included: policy for any merchandise your logical training he was shippedto YourrrJrTotYoungJonH"Laboratories ,.

4 rm. furn. gar. apt. Utilities. $75. Fire Chief Noble Jordan ((3'ears care to selL" China where he served on detached Inc., Tampa; Jack C. Kel

2259 St. EV 73077. Durant. ); Cecil Newsome ((3 years) The shop is open every Tuesday I duty with China Airways, ler, U. S. Agricultural Research
Cabin for rent. 50. Doctors Lake Police which the first air mail Orlando; George L. Hutton -
"Branch; Fred Cofer Jr. ((1 from 0830 to 1400. i was organization
Bureau of Yards and Docks
Dr. CO 49264. Mueller. ,
year) Materials Division in China. He also did
; Judge The face lifting program for:
3 bdrm. C. B. hse. Washington, D. C; H. J. Spencer,
Nr. NAS. $115. research
work at Jesuit Obser-
Cooley ((1 year) Maintenance the Navy Wives Club house has. a
Available March 19. 4658 Cates branch and vatory called Zikawei. Wildlife Research Laboratory, U.
Harry Adkisson ((1 started off with a new refrigeration
Ave., Timuquana Manor. EV 7- year) Storage branch. unit being installed. AFTER HE RETURNED to the Gainesville S. Department of the Interior, .
Comdr. Kenneth L.
2368 or Mrs. Raker, ext. 789. Superior Accomplishmentawards A special meeting was called United States, he was sent to NAS Bureau; of and
Knight, Medicine
3 bdrm. fume hse. 4544
Timuquana were presented to to make Anacostia and then
Joseph tentative plans for the to the old
Surgery, Washington, D. C'Clyde
Rd. Ext. 235. Burton. Harris, Walter Schurene, and Southeast Regional Meeting to be USS Wright.In the Spring of Flynn of the Jacksonville City

3 rm. gar. apt. $75. 3588 Prask St., I Robert Robertson. held in Jacksonville, May 21, 22, 1936 Pan-American Airways, or- Health

Murray HilL EV 9-4844. hen I and 23. This is for all Navy Wives ganizing in the Pacific, offered Yoemans Department of the Savannah; Alfred, Ga.II.
son. I Then there's the man who was ,
Clubs in the southeastern area of him a job as meteorologist. lie
5 rm. hse. Kitch. equip. 742 River unlucky all his life but things the United States and Jax 86 will secured a special discharge and Laboratory culture Department of Agri-
Service and
side. EL 55134. Hackney. changed when he died. Marketing ;
They be the hostess
club. was separated from the Navy.
Gordon Smith of the
Naval Base
3 apt.'Utllities. 746 Riverside. struck oil
rm. digging his grave. He returned to school after 24 in Charleston. '
EL 55134. Hackney. People who live in glass houses months with Pan-American. On

3 rm. furn. apt. Bath. 2037 Herschel Marriage is love parsonified. have to answer the doorbelL the completion of his study he Local speakers include Lcdr.

St., 5 Points. EV 7-4321. offered DuChanois, David L. Hayden, and
was a job as meteorolo
,Caldwell. Lt. Joseph G. McWilliams all of
gist by Howard Hughes, aircraft,
3 bdrm. unfurn. hse. Kitch equip. movie, and industrial tycoon of the PMU No. 1 staff; and Comdr;'

4526 Blount St. EV 7-7388. Ga. Hollywood for his world flight in Richard J. Martin, senior assIs-

nott. 1938. tant flight surgeon, NAS Jax

2 bdrm. furn. apt. Bath. $80. 3235 V 'r, Medical Department.
Post St. EV 90891. 'arris. About 50 sanitation and pest
Airways was
FOR SALE < control personnel are expected to
to have taken him to Marseilles,
2 bdrm. hse. : t.. participate in the final section of
$49 mo. 5255 Camille France, but "the Nazis got there
Ave. EV 98680. Roberts. .... the conference.
!' first-it was 1939.
22' hse. trailer. $900. 4731 Crest en ... .
..I That same year he returned to
St. EV 96522. Eckels.
,: ,; active duty in the Navy where he I InterserviceContinued
2 bdrm. hse. Low equity, $43.50 ; \.
,; .. has since remained. For some
mo. 5907 OakLane Dr., Wes- 1 )' : .
time after 1945 he bounced ( from Page 1) a
connet. Ext. 319 or EV 74519. licity.In .
around on duty-Lakehurst, Key
Beard. West Puerto Rico, New York, order to increase interest
3 bdrm. hse. 5966 Oakland Dr. EV
and participation only one placein
Hawaii, California, Japan and
74970. Newman.
Jacksonville. any level of competition will
2 bdrm. hse C. B. hse 6248 West be given to one contestant although .

Pennant Dr. EV 75779. Corne he may"receive honorable

lius. i' ;o Seek mention in addition to the place
... -
: "
MISCELLANEOUSRide i :: award.
(Continued from ,Page 1))
wanted from Lakeshore Ter ; AWARDS AT THE Departmentof

-.' race area to NATTCenter. Hrs ; similar to that submitted for com the Navy will include seven

'a 0730 1600. Ext. 8543. Lk.oj' 1 i missions in the Regular Navy.
.. Sgt. $ ( >( jt' places for single black and white
Ride wanted from 3rd and Walnu The Secretary of the Navy ad photographs, three places for

t St. to Navy Exchange. Hrs. 0800 vises that the 'greatest opportu black and white picture stories,
+. 1630. EL 3-6335. CasselL -- nity for new officer candidates to and three places for color trans-
; :. Want to share ride from Mandarin CHRISTMAS SHOPPING IN TIlE SPRINGTIME? lax obtain Naval Reserve commis
Navy Exchange officials, LtJj( ) C. C. Madeira (left), and Gordon
,(J"' and Southslde to NAS. Ext Marchus, are shown as they departed for New York City to lions will be at Officers Candi Although no details have been

'! C 669. Hampton. attend the annual Toy Fair. Frequently referred to as The Big date School, Newport, R. I.; and received here from the district

; 'f' ,. i Free parking space available for r rest Show lathe World," the Toy Fair is put on by,manufacturers in the Aviation Officers Candi and fleet level, many Naval installations
\ trailer until June. Ext. 288n' to display toys to both civilian and military buyers. Preparations date, and 'Naval Aviation Cadet t are already at workon
are already being made to carry an improved selection of toys for
Yekalis. authorized Navy Exchange patroN at Christmas time. programs at NAS Pcnsacola.r. the project.
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