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Jax air news
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February 18, 1954


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I fiCAF Unit Arrives

NATO ForceS Hold .' ,


Exercise dew Broom" '

Royal Canadian Air Force 401 Squadron from Green ;

i wood, Nova Scotia, is teaming here this week with Fleet Air )

Wing 11 squadrons in operation "New Broom", n North Atlantic

Treaty Organization anti-submarine exercise.The .

Canadians and Fleet Air
"New Broom" forces, gainingfurther .
Wing 11 squadrons are flying; 11 experience In AntiSubmarine .
sorties (missions) this week of 1
Warfare, have been practicing
ARRIVE FOR 'NEW BROOM'-Comdr. Frank Heyer, (front the Florida and North Carolina tracking submarines by Son-
row, right), chief staff officer of Fleet Air Wing 11 welcomes Wing coasts. They are working with Atlantic I
obouy (electronic device -
I Commander Donald Galloway and members of 401 Squadron, Fleet Hunter Killer sea sounding
Royal Canadian Air Force upon their arrival here last Friday.. ) ,and then simulating attack.'
The Canadians are here for anti-submarine exercise "New Broom. forces during the NATO exercise. *

.nn\l.n........... L'u._ non....:,".".'..........., \.V.. In., .. to...,
--, -< -- --
Feb. 20 DeadlineFor -- -- Commander of 401 Squadron, CHIT

also determine how mobile his men .

and! planes are' when forced to :

Purchasing operate with other NATO unit' i

j11 X4fluJJMW34J3VOL11 from a strange! base. t
1954 Auto
Tags During its stay in Jacksonville, .4

the RCAF is operating under the .
Personnel are reminded i
\ : control of FAW-11, which is acting -
that Saturday, Feb. 20 is the I as host to the Canadian '

deadline date for purchasing No. 45 U. S. N. A S. Jacksonville. Flo. 18 February 1954 Commander of FAW-11 In Cup

1951) Florida license tags. --. =';-:. -_._ -- -- -- .-. _. -.- __ ::.'11 Theodore O. Dahl.
Unless tngs are acquired by this -- The RCAF has joined with

time, owners of vehicles will encounter Buffalo Bill' \ 'I."....., FAW-11 unlts.1n NATO operations -

difficulty getting aboard f : for three years in a. row

the station, and will risk being appuhonded Of RCAF ; The 404 Squadron' performed ice

by local I authorities.S1NCK pt reconnaissance in Northern Canada

; WMK out-of-state tugs and Greenland! during a NATO

do f not expire until Feb. 28, activity Visitor Here project in 1953. In another exercise -

commanders and the unit acted the
department an enemy
When you pick a mascot or an
heads have until March (0 to coming in from the north, providing -
emblem} why not make It conspicuous
submit a list, of names of personnel 1 target aircraft for NATO

under their supervision havingautomobile ; i fighters
That's what members of thenoal .
} registered on the a k .
40t '
Canadian Air Force
rc ei'vatlon.This AMONG the 144 Canadians wlm.
Squadron from Greenwood, Nova
lint of all personnel} having: ( arrived Friday" for the wcck-lung
Scotia believe as. they cart around
State tngs which expire on, or A _operation me 73 officers, 11,sen lor
their mascot, "Buffalo Bill, a yAr'
before, Feb. 28 will include: Per- non-commissioned officers, and 60 .
Ktuffed and mounted massive hiram
wm's name: make and year of car, head. I corporals and aircraftmen. They

state in which car is registered, will return home Monday.It .

and the new log number. It i i8 to "Bill accompanies 404 as an Its early days 404 Squadron,

bo submitted to the Security Officer honorary: squadron: leadei1 oft! formed in England during World '

Building 016.riitSOMi4 every: occasion. The massive bison War II, was composed of coastalflghtel'lI
head: (shown in right photo) .rude: '
: possessing: State which engaged ,and sunk
its appearance here in Jax as the
tags which expire on, or after several Gorman submarine and
March 1111 \>e required to contact unit participates in operation JE-L ships.
I "New Broom," a NATO anti-sub-
the Puss and Identificationoffice Wk The Squadron disbanded In
i maiino exercise .. IF?"' ._. h ,",,,,,'M..-._.__ 1045 and
within seventy-two hours reformed In Canada In
after receiving their 1054 tags. "Buffalo Bill", was slaughtered 'HOLY COW (HULL)"-Cpl. Arthur Dunne (left) and Flight 1051 by Wing Commander Gallo .
at Elk Island National Park Lieutenant Eric Edwards lower a shaggy buffalo head from a
On and after ,March 8, the Security way. Ever since, the squadron hUll
Canadian Air Force Lancaster bomber The buffalo h
I Royal mascot
Alberta in
1952 when
the handled
force will conduct spot govern of Canada's 404 Squadron, which is here in lax for a NATO maritime reconnaissance,
checks on State tags. Non-com- ment thinned down the herd. anti-sub training exerrfee.: flying converted Lancaster bomb.
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pliance will result in restrictionof I T ers. The Lancaster proved itselfa
$1.000 In PrizesFishing
auto from the base.HOLIDAY INCOME TAX AID potent heavy bomber during
I t World War II in the air *'lI.rlloyer
MONDAY Contest .
McMeans, a representative
Monday, Feb. 22, George- of the Office of Internal 30 Employees
Washington's birthday will be
Revenue, will be aboard
observed as a legal holiday by For EmployeesOne ..the Naval Air Station from Affected
the Naval Air Station. By
Feb. 23 through March 5 to assist

Civilian employees and military group of fishermen here at NAS Jax will be able] to personnel with their Income RIFAIO&R' -

personnel, with the exception do more than just boast of their big catches beginning tax forms.
of and maintenance
March 1. McMeans, and three military A dispatch has been received ut
sections will be excused from
A black bass fishing contest assistants, will have offices in the Naval. Air Station to the effect
work has been announced for civil serv- to the department of the employee Building 002 and will be avail. that, due to a cut In funds
ice employees of the station and winning the grand! prize and the made the
able Monday through Friday by Department of Defense ...
their immediate fami! trophy shall remain in the custody
members of from 0800 until 1700. the Bureau of Aeronauticshas
129 ViolatorsAppear lies. (Please Turn to Page Z, Col. 1))
imposed a reduction Infundsavailable .
Sponsored by the Employees \ .to the Overhaul and Re-

At ,Association, the fishing contest 'p" k pair Department for the remainder
.i s 2.;
n.t y.
will be conducted on a calendar I 'fi.f r '' prifJ< w. 'b > r r. ; p.rF of the fiscal year.

Traffic CourtSixtytwo basis, from March 1, 1054: to Due to the withholding by the

March 1, 19:>::5. Monthly and yearly pepartment of Defense of a portion -

automobile restrictions prizes amounting to ;$1,000 will F 3 x r eY4 .K of the funds previously appropriated .
were awarded to station personnel 'be awarded. for overhaul, the dispatch -

at traffic court during the PIU7.KS WILL be awarded: as continued, similar reductions ," .

37-day period from Jan. 8 to Feb. follows: have been imposed in varying -

12. Monthljv-l--One) prize tp the degrees on all Overhaul and
Of the 129 violators ticketed, black '
man catching the largest ; i. Repair departments operated by
32 received suspended auto restrictions bass; ((2)) One prize for the woman we tho Navy.

from the base; 7 warnings catching the largest black According to Capt. Leonldas D.

were awarded; 8 cases were bass; ((3)) One prize for the child : : Coates, Overhaul and Repair Officer -
dismissed; 5 were referred to the the largest black bass. >
catching at NAS Jax, the cut in funds
commanding officer for auction and Annual-Four annual prizes 1 will r: I will result In a slight reduction in .

3 received revocations of driving be awarded at. the end of the contest : S force affecting approximately SO

privileges and licenses. year. Employees only are eli of the department's employees.Those .
Violations represented included gible for these annual prizes.: No rfY. y.: reached by the RIF will

33 cases of improper parking; 28 one employee may winmore, than ;> r n.Aaf/ { be given full 30 days notice. Civil

speeding offenses; 20 involvments one annual prize. Service procedures in such cases

in accidents; 9 reckless driving; Grand prize-Employees only will be fully observed. Notices are'

13 running 5 for Inat- for the grand prize of __ to
stop signs; are eligible -- "' "" 'N"" expected to go out those affected

tentive driving; 6 for faulty equip. $35: towards cost of mounting the WEATHER FAIR-With a'.background of cloudless blue skies within a short time Capt.

meat, and 18 station personnel fish or a suitable prize of $35 two Waves look over aerological equipment on a steel latticework I Coates added, saying that it was
value. at the Naval Air Technical Training Ct'nter.erolou, one of the
.driving others' cars without written the deepest! regret such action
1 phases of Airman Preparatory School, will be studied by Waves I
permission!' A TROIMIV will be presented was being: taken.
I Jane Mays: (left), and Dolores Coursey, both seaman apprentices.)




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-- Publl hd.ry Thursday for Na\', and Marine cthlllei at ftav&l Air CATHOLICSunday
Elation. Jacksonville, Fla.
Mass-0800, 0900, 1000--
UI, hck.lIIt
Copt. Burnhsrn 0 MrCaffrea .. ... ....... ......;.........Commandlni Officer I St. Edward's Chapel. *
Comdr. John D. BllUh._.........--...........?.....,..-____._..Executhe:: ; : JUicer !
Saturday-0800. JFv
Fleet Air jMkitiTlIU
Rear Adm. Caboine B Hardlton ................................. Commander Daily-0630.
Opt. Howard V. Hopkins ... ..... ..... ....... ....................Chltf cf Staff i ,
.t Hospital
Fleet Air VI"IK !:)"*. Sunday-0630-Mass. e
rpl. Theodore Dahl....... ..L._. Commander Chapel.
Cumdr. Frank D. ileyerCapt. -.Chief Staff Officer
Natal Alt Tctaalral Trililic Caster
David MrTampbfll.. ,.,,,,.. Commanding Officer >IATTCChaplain's -
Ontndr. YVlUon R. Barljett..._?... ............. ... .. .........._.__..........bxecuthe Officer 1930 Wednesday -
Naval UaipltaJNABTU Office
Capt. Edward S. Lout ,.Commanding! Officer CHRISTIAN SCIENCE1900TuesdayNATTC
apt L. A. N CM ton ....__.. Executhe Officer
Capt. John U Counthin.... .Commanding Officer
Comdr. C. Cray Strum.. ,?........_..__..........._........?..?.............Executive Officer lain's Office.
The JAX AIR NEWS U published weekly at the U. 8. Naval Air Station. 0930-All Saints' Chapel.
Jacksonville. and printed commercially' with non-appropilated fund
at no .e.igl the government and to compliance with NAVEXOS P.35. Re'. 1100-All Saints' Chapel. I
Nlv. 194r Copies are dllltl'lbutd fl.e of charge at the Natal Air Statlonl the
Naval Air Technical Training CnterJ.Nlval Air Reserve Training \:nit. said 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel.
Air Station Cecil Field, and the U. k Naval UosDltaL I ..-. .---.
dltor-AndJ't'w H. I'laney
AaslHtant Editor-Helen Harper Staff Repoitera-Ed Hendeiaon, PNSNtGordon } CITED-Lt. Col. James Lindsay (left, commanding officerof
Robbie.' SN. You Can Show Off Marine Aviation Detachment, NATTCenter, pins the Distinguished .
The JAX AIR NEWS U a member ct the, Armed Forces Press Serytct.AFP3 I, Flying Cross on Major Edward Schnettler, executive officer .
material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted without
the written permission of Armed Forces ['I fl. Service. Republication of other of the Detachment Major Schnettler was awarded the medal
matter except by telc publications t* prohibited without permission of Your Hobbies In for "courageous actions and devotion to duty" during 81 missionsover !
Editor.: JAN AIR KE'S.; .
Kd'ltoilal: offlrei\ located Main Admlnlnliatlon Building. Phone extension I Korea.
U4, 216 and 8164. .. -

Jax Feb. 17-18-19 :I Major Schneider! Earns Weekend Tide Table

Servicemen, or their families, I
1953 DFC For Missions High lAw
... who like to show off their craftsmanship ]
A.M. P.M. A.M. i'1t!
or their assorted collections \ In ceremonies held at NATTCenter -
Fri 7:58 8:17: 1 '39 1 5)
'USS lEJ1VE' may have that opportunityat last Saturday. Major Ed- ]
p the Fifth Annual. Jacksonville I ward L. Schnettler, executive of- Sat. 8:32: 8:52: 2-15 2 :.12

Hobby and Handcraft Show to beheld I j fleer of the Marine Aviation De- Sun. 9:07: 9:25: 2.50: 2 55

Feb. 17-18-19 at the Jacksonville I! tachment, was awarded the Distinguished -
'f '. tw
Art Museum. Flying Crosa.
To Ride 'Em
There are'various classifications Commended for his "courage- ,

for entries, with ribbon awards eous actions and devotion to du- '

going to each group. Admission ty," he completed 81 missions ov- Rope 'Em At

is free to the event, sponsored er.Korea while attached to a fighter -

I by the City Recreation depart- I squadron: of the First Marine JC RodeoSome

ment and the Jacksonville Hobby Air Wing. '

Club. A veteran of 11 years servicein .
of the top cowboys m !tua
I I 'USS LIBERTY Further information can be ob- the Marine I Corps, :Major i country will compete for $1. 12.'' ,m

r fit I I I.I department tained from, 311 the W.City Duval Recreation Street, :f Schnettler the aviation was commissioned cadet program tinder in- I I Jaycee prize money Rodeo at in the the first Gator annual Bowl

50 1 52 4) or phoning 3-6855 or 7-8322. 1943. He is a graduate of Cathedral Friday and Saturday, Feb 26-2': .

4Z High School in his hometown :
I A slate of five contest 35 of St. Cloud, Minn., and ofSt.
is in the offing: bareback nml

I John's University. saddle bronc tiding, wild Hi'arm .
see bull riding, calf roping, and bulldogging !-

List Civil Service ,There will!! be $22'i; n

day moneys plus entry fee*

J FlAIl l ASOND I MAIN SIDE Vacancies In 6ND Entry fees will be $10 in t'itl i D

'fhurlWl\)y, Feb. 18 I II of the riding events anti $20 ,m
I Many civilian openings within
Outpost inMalaya 1' calf roping and bulldogging Entry -
i the Sixth Naval District have
I ......... Claudette Colbert I blanks may be obtained from

Reveals Friday, Feb. 19 I been announced.The the Junior Chamber-of Comment
Navy 'Deadly9 DestroyersWashington Killers from I District Public Work Office office in Jacksonville
at Charleston, S. C., Is advertising
Space ..................... Peter Graves for structural .
(AITSTheie) are two destroyers of the Navy a engineer,

which: are not on any lists of commissioned ships. They are fully Saturday, I">b. SO a sanitary engineer and a realty

manned at all' times despite budget limitations or personnel cut. Killer Ape ......Johnny V'eismtillerNATTCENTER assistant.A Center Honor

backs. These two vessels ate the "USS Leave" and the "USS general engineer and a trainIng -

Liberty" Thursday, Feb. 18 officer ate needed at the Na- Awards Fo.r.

But what really makes these -- Saskatchewan ................Alan Ladd val Construction Battalion Center, ,
"ships" distinctive! Is their crews needed to man the two vessels. Friday, Feb. 1 tl Gulfport, Miss. At the Naval Ord- Fassler AntiTwo

ate all dead. They are neatlyall THE XAVY takes no pride In Outpost inMalaya nance Plant, Macon, Ga., vacancies I :

members of the Navy or having to inform the public of ...........Claudette Colbert I exist for a tool engineer, ord- Marines their respective
Marine Corps who were killed nance engineers, toolmakers anda graduating classes at NATT-
the sad fact that the Navy has Saturday. Feb. JO
in traffic accidents while on machinist i Center last week to win honor
had more traffic fatalities in the Killers from

leave or liberty. Persons who past year than our combined to- Space .................... Peter GravesISI'ITA NAS Key West has openingsfor awards.
are candidates for. this assignment : supervisory! general engineer Sgt. Gerald D, Fussier! finished
tal of dead and wounded for the ) L
reminded that it is
are and a marin engineer. Sheetmet- Aviation Ordnance.School with
entire Korean War Total Navy. Thursday, Feb. 1 aTht'
permanent duty with no chancefor Wild al workers and a typewriter repairman an 88.13 average, the highest m
Marine Corps in continental U.
a transfer. S. for 1953 was f 527. North ...........Stewart Granger are needed at the Marine a class of 23 men.
YET EVERY year there is a Corps Recruit Depot, Pal'rig Island The wearer of two Purple

/completely new crew fuftiished Although 1954 is still' new, Friday, l rb. 20 I S. C. I Hearts, Sgt. Fassler, who hails

for each dehtrojer. The figurefor several sailors and marines al. Saskatchewan .... ..Alan Ladd 'from served with
A Iowa
supervisory personnel officer, Quimby, ,
those killed while on leaveor ready have taken steps to join I :Saturday.; Feb. 20 I GS-11, is being sought by the Ma- j tle> Seventh Marines, First Marine
liberty has consistentlyequaled these "skeleton crews." Are you i Outpost in *
rive Corps Air Station I Division in Korea.
the number of men going to join them? .I| Malaya ...... .. .Claudette Colbert Point Cherry
C. Honors
at Airman Preparatory
,. _
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-- ---- Schoof L.
Pfc. Raymond
- went to

Fishing. (Continued Contest from Page 1)) I Local Unit Commended For Work On 'Iron Lung'!!: I Anti, who of 93.08 graduated, best in with a class an average of

of that department until awarded The Navy Bureau of Aeronautics Alteration to the "" I 129. ..
lung, owned cock
AE3 Unit
and Elwood C. Hubbs Pfc. Anti, who attended
at the end of the following year.A has I :
complimented the Maintenance -
I by St. Luke's Hospital, were made AE1, had been called on to make \ersity of Massachusetts, is a
must win thieeyears
I Division of the Operations I I
necessary: when it was learned it adjustments. graduate of Kingston High School
in a row to gain permanent
Naval Air
possession.To for work in making necessarymodifications operated on ,110-volt AC motors I' AFTER SEARCHING the vari- j in his! home town of Kingston,
ous Mass.
be eligible to enter this contest to an iron lung to The electrical! system in the aircraft : departments and commands,

persons must comply with permit its use, in an R4D-8 aircraft called for DC motors. 1 i Michael' located two 24-volt DC Having -ompletel his duties in
motors to replace the Jax Pfc. Anti to the Avia-
certain rules whcih will be listednext goes
on a mercy flight last De The mercy flight was made on
week. I I I motors, used for the iron lung tion Electrician School in Memphis -
cember.IN Pearl Harbor Day, when Lcdr. and the '
Purpose of the contest, accord- A LETTER to Capt. Burn- George C.- Shoulda, pilot, and I was then pump.It Tenn.

ing to the announcement, is to encourage ham C. McCaffree, NAS com ,cdr. E. H. Potter, co-pilot, flew the pulley to fit necessary the to alter I' '
employees and their families two polio'Vlctlms
manding officer the Bureau' one an Iron lung make other
to enjoy the sport. of fishing stated that it was publishing full patient, from NAS Jax to Greensboro necessary Thanks twhnicalmodifications. Friday-Saturday Partly cloudy -
to the
together and create friendly com- information of the modifications, N. C Several days before, of Michael ingenuity to cloudy and warmer.
petition between families and between in order to provide assistance to however, CHMACH: William R. his
various department of the other activities that might be Michael, maintenance division officer iiiuenfcful; and the was showers late evening clearing

Naval Air Station. faced. with a similar situation. assisted by Louis E. Han- i logged "uneventful." flight; wa I and, cooler late Sunday and Monday -


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18 February 1954-- JAX AIR NEWS ThreeCommissary

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Colorful Waves' Mascot Bows To Old Age I NAVY

Reveals ScheduleThe I From Station Scene I EXCHANGE
Commissary Store will be Schenley Departs

closed all day Monday in observ -r

ance of Washington's. Birthday; Schenlyjs dead. 1 '
will remain open until noon Feb '
After 13 of "service"
24; will close again for Inventoryall years
Have lead "Fact Sheet"
aboard the Naval Air you
Feb. 25
day and will
reopen Station, age has finally i ) published by the Department of 1
for business
again 0900, Feb 26.
claimed,one of the most colorful ): Defense! If not, see your Comp

-_. .- ---- figures the station i JVTIJ: mending Officer and get a copy .

has ever known. of this'" very interesting article

NAVY WIVESCORNER Schenley was no pedigreed about ways and means of preserving .

canine, but she was known and protecting your .Navy

and Ipved by all who knew her, Exchange
How time flies! Christmas and
She was one of the most popu
Valentine's Day have come and
Friends: and custonm-s ate invited lar mascots in the military establishments. J
E gone in quick succession Now,
to inspect the Nursery's
K the Easter Bunnies have made an
"New Look" Murals'have.. been Originally owned by an officer .
early arrival in Exchange; signifying
completed in the playroom, babies' at the Naval Hospital,
that Spring in just atound
department, dining and movielooms. Schenley in 1942 decided t(. the
-- corner.
Enough money was left take a trtp to the Waves' bar R
Men's short sleeve" shirts andspring'
from the- generous donation made racks at Malnside one day. She :
slacks are arriving. The
by the Officers Wives Club to found the atmosphere to her r
ladies are watching their counters ;
have the kitchen painted. Present. liking and stayed there.
to select from the mart newst'les >
ly the hall i i. being decorated in Her long "tour of duty" at
in bathing suits of ,19 4.
a very realistic cowboy style.In Barracks 722, and more' recent. Here is one of the last photos taken of Schenley, In August Patrons "

spite of the rising coat of Iy 723. has been the *.butt of' 19:)%. She's shown here in full dress, at her best, a real Navy Dog tercet in have lawn shown and garden by their supplies in- .

most things, the Nursery prices many an interesting story. For popular mutt in 1947 when she a by-line dated July ,10, 1947: at the Country Store that

have remained unchanged for the all of her cantankerous ways, was hit by a station scooter. Here she revealed for the fjrst
spring fever has already set in.
past five years. Those families Schenley was a lady. Her broken leg was put In..a time that her, real name was .

who have joined the base recentlywill KEFORK AGE creeped up on cast and during her period 01( not Schenley, but of all things,

find the charges nominal: 25 Schenley, she was always the recuperation, the Pur pIe l Gwendolyn. That's what was Seminar Closes

cents per hour for one child, 35 life of the palt)'. She could be Heart" was presented to her written on her license certifi

cents for two children, and 45 seen almost anywhere-at pa in ceremonies on' the quarter cate.How Annual GatheringOf

cents for three or more children of ra'des, ceremonies, basketball, deck t Schenley got her name

one family These prices are 50% baseball and football games, Schenley was not just a friend can now be told, since she is EntomologistsThe

less with the purchase of a card chow hall, picnics, the beach, of the Waves. Plenty of white gone. She accidently imbibedin

for 60 hours in advance. golf course, or even riding In hatsand officers knew her a well known brand of liquor fourth annual refresher

the 'bus. She spent so much well A lot of them, however, and became slightly in course irt insect! and rodent control .

Heals are .rn-d daily at 1200 time at the Main Administration brad reason to resent Schenley ebriated. After that she was wound up a. three-day ttched-

and 1800 for 25 cents. Civilian Building one winter that Occasionally when she thoughtthe known as Schenley. She didn't ule of lectures and demonstrationswith

working mothers ate welcome to she was on speaking terms sailor was getting a little seem to mind the name at all a seminar held Thursday on '

use the nursery facilities for their with several l high ranking off!: too fresh, she thought nothingof She probably figured it added individual station pest control ,

children. There is a flat chargeof cers. chewing into the. man's leg character The course was sponsored by

one dollar per day for a work In 1945 the" Waves mascot until he" ran off for the night. IF' ONE WERE to figure one: the medical and public works departments

ing mother's child This same low was officially uniformed and Schenley must have had her year of a dog> life as equal to Sixth N&vai District,

rate applies when a mother is hos designated "MI", mut first heart broken at one time, for seven of a person's' life, Schen and conducted by the Preventive

pitalized.The class. Her first( hash mark war she was a man-hater at heait. ley (or Gwendolyn) at 91 was Medicine Unit No.1lnder the,

"older crowd," those over presented at this time duringthe fClJtXUtook to going to the oldest living creature on direction of Comdr. Kenneth L.

six years old, may now bring first of many captain's inspections church in her later years. She the base Knight, officer-In-charge. About ,

books and read in bed until theyare she was destined to turned Protestant in the last Yes, Schenley was a "sight" 50 military\ personnel and civilian

ready to go to sleep. The nursery attend. Aircrewmmn win g. several months. For years she Almost totally blind, lame and employees of the District,.who are

is keeping a supply of comic were bestowed upon the part had been attending Catholic with signs of malignant sick concerned with problems 0[. pest

books for that purpose. With the terrier Schenley when she flew! services every Sunday, but suddenly ness cropping up, Schenley Just control, weep welcomed the con.

permission of their parents, these to Pensacola with the Waves decided to walk across couldn't take U anymore and ference.

youngsters may also go across to basketball team in 1946. The the way to the Protestant chapel the end came last ''week. Speakers from government

the NATTCenter Audtiotium and flight did anything but agree with special Wave friendof If there is a dog heaven at healh agencies and military services .

watch the 1830 or 2000 movie with Schenley and she did not hers. least authors and poets seem to discussed all phases of pent \

The Nursery staff' will do every fly) again.TnaUy. Schenley even wrote a storyin think HO Schenley fs wire to control, from Methods of Arthropod

thing to make the babies, junior, ; Inn;u. the the Jax Air News and hadVF174 be there. Control, by Comdr. Knight tl)'

*uband preteens comfortableand .._ Control of Ectoparasites, by W.
-'- -- --
happy Suggestions from par "A girl and It car are much C, McDuffie, of the Bureau of
ents are always welcomed. When: Ordnance Crew's Method alike .\. good grease and paint Entomology and Plant Quaran

special parties are planned, ar- job conceals the years, but the tine. One of the highlights was

rangements will gladly be made to I Of Instruction Showing ResultsPractice lines tell the story" an outdoor demonstration of abase

keep the musery open a little termite control unit now in'
makes only "paying off pretty darn good," according -
longer, If the supervisor Is called perfect camera was mounted on a tripod use by the NAS Jax Public Works
several days in advance. when the practice is perfect. to Chief Farady.
and located far enough behind the Department The demonstration
That i idiom i is practiced With the landings completed
in Squadron 174 LSO to record both scenes and the Chief his was conducted by Paul L. Johnson
The Nursery always needs and daily Fighter Farady turned attention :
carpenter, who showed how
each aviator made to
ordnance work and result response toward
appreciates donations of children's as a improving Ms already
termite control Is handled here in
LSO instructions
books, comic books and toys. the unit has come up with good ordnance crew and now uses existing structures. NAS Jax Mi
Remember, the is new training methods. Both the USS Lake Champlain the camera for that purpose. The
nursery oper the only base within the Sixth
ated on a strictly non-profit and Instead of assuming that each landing signal officer and VF-174 films are shown in Building 168 Naval

self-supporting basis for all servIce man knows his Job or leaving each pilots credited the system with I through the facilities of FAETU.44tiu& District providing such con

and one to learn the correct systems,
civilian personnel Patron
VF 174's ordnance has an
age is needed to keep it running, group trol.NATTCenter
active, progressive method of in a.''
on its present high level.
struction. .
Operating hours are: Monday,
0645 to 1800; Tuesday through Each green hand or newcomer
Co the Fleet Air Jacksonville i X a. Inspection
Friday, 0645 to 2400; Saturday,
squadron gets*a first hand Intro
0700 to 0100, and Sunday, 0845 to
2230. duction to the rules of, his job UnderwayAn
and then is taken to watch films r
For any information, day or
night, call the supervisor, Mrs. showing him correct and incorrect 4Q advance inspection party of;

LJnde extension ways of handling. ammuni the staff, Chief of Naval Air .
Forsyth, 368. ..
lion Technical Training is in the midst
Credit to FaradyEd of its annual administrative nn-1

Promotion For Farady, AOC, l fa mainly, responsible ro; material inspection of the Naval

for this training, which Air Technical Training Center
Permanent ODD
stemmed from an idea he had to her.

Lcdr Joe. M. Smith, permanent help the Hell Razor pilots in carrier Welcomed by Capt. David Mo-

officer-of-the-day at NAS Jax had qualification landings. '2 wtrcu, Campbell, commanding officer of

his new shoulder boards pinned on Since each pilot had only the the Center, the inspecting team

last Wednesday. squadron landing signal officer, has been viewing procedure and

Enlisting the Navy in November previous training and his memoryto results at various units until today

1923, Lcdr Smith has com improve his carrier qualification when Rear Adm. Wendalt -

up through the ranks. Since, en landings, Chief t Farady if "' ,. &"W;}? ta"OPERATION' :' Gray Switzer, Chief of Naval Ate

tering the Navy, Smith has served searched .around for some other Technical Training arrives.In .
UNDER SCRUTINY Loading the right
Carrier Service Units 30, 38 and aid. under the ammo a climax of the inspection
way all-seeing eye of a run camera operated br Donald
26; Fasronx 6 and 110; staff, Chiefof Camera Used Haner,AO3, are four members of VF-114's ordnance loading crew tour, Admiral Switzer will conduct
Naval Air Advanced Training; His solution was to acquire a Film from the scene will be used to train men In methods of handling a dress uniform inspection of .
camera and shoot of ordnance. Left to right are: Haney; Frederick Powell, AOI;
FAETU, Norfolk, Va., and aboard gun pictures personnel at UK Training Cent**
Charles Kitchen, A03; Loyal Mengel, AOJ, and Theodore Curt-
tM USS Langley each pilot making landings The ner, AOI. Friday,


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Page Four NEWS 18 February 1954
JAX AIR __ .!,

,. ." .,. Veteran Of Arctic
O ,, ..k ,' ''' ; ,; \ ,

,;i, Expedition Back

:. sa J

.'N".' '' With 'Snowbirds'Does
N :'7

HERE AND THERE he like it or is' )Jie Jmt

plain unlucky
"Here's a letter from your wife
w ::LSLq O'Connor AF1
Jerry a veteran
which says you are the father of "snowbird" of .three Antarctic and

u 10-pound baby boy." :i1 ; 'Arctic Expeditions! Jack in a .

"Docs the say anything else?" land of untamed sub zero tem-

"Well, at the end of the letter peratures and cold noses once

the says 'truly yours'." again with VP-3 at Keflavik, Ice-


Navy announcement system: Some unusual background surrounds -

"Attention all hands; Waves to report each "routine" flight that

this afternoon on drill field O'Connor makes as a crewman assigned -

will wear hats and ties. That is to Comdr. Ghesquicre's pa-
all." trol "plane.
Weather conditions are ex-

/The three great menaces on tremely hazardous and the evei-

highways these' a"s, according toO)11e. present sub zero temperatures area

*< authorities, Is drunken driving common foe. Extreme icing

uncontrolled thumbing and In- .- conditions keep the plane crews

discriminate spooning. To put it A COOL VIEW-Snow mountains with jagged peaks, Icy glaciers and hidden crevices, along on their toes working with clock-
briefly:, : hie, hike, and hug. with an ocean of floating ice, combine to form a, beautiful sight seen by members of Patrol Squadron like precision flying their patrol
Three, in flights over Ireland. The Jax squadron has been in Iceland about two months.
and thei aircraft
bringing: home to

Angry 'patent: "I'll teach you be ready for the next day's run.

,,' to make love to \")'. daughter." VW-4. ASHON 109, VC-62, VF-105, VF-22, W-44, 'VF-174 Report Performing the duties of routine -

Sailor: "I _wish you would. patrol, ( "shooting" aerial

1-Yankly, I'm having a heck of a: photographs, and being constantly
Jacksonville Area
Scouting Squadrons
time. S i on the alert for downed Air-

craft Is all part of the mission of
The man who gives in when he vw-t its
George A. Rchoud, AT1, was sent once tranquil home of Charles W. VP-3 as planes go soaring high
id wrong is wise, but the man The VW-4 "welcome mat" was above the giant glaciers And
to VA-11 at NAS Cecil Field, Phillips, AOAN, since his' wife
who gives In when he is right 19married. rolled out for Duane G. Smith, in and out of thetreacherous
while Malcolm' W. Merritt, ADI, Juanita gave birth to a six pound skimming
AT2; Edward G. Moore, AT2, and to Ice-
reported aboard from VA-104. baby girl Jan. 30 at the Naval fjords common)
Charles A. Ricks'ckcr, ATS, who
Pilot, just after a tailspin: "I'll have returned to the Hurricane Thirty-eight hopeful and "nail Hospital. The name Is Pamela Aerial photographer O'Connorwas

bet fifty her cent of the people Hunter Squadron following school biting" seamen and airmen took Charlene.
a member Capt. George
down there thought we were go- ing at FAETU, Norfolk, Va. the 3rd class petty officer_ test Dufek's Arctic Expedition( in 1948
ing to get killed that time." t<' last week. The power plant divi- VA-10.1
Willard L. Rincr AGC
lepoitedfor of Admiral
and was a member
Student: "Yes, sir. And fifty sion qualified ten men for the test Lt. Robert C. Ball and. Ensign
duty from Key West, Fla. But Richard Byrd's famous Antarctic
per cent of the people up here for 3c and eleven men for the,sec- Francis P. Moyer returned to the
the special of the week
was recorded Expeditions the "Bay of
thought so, too.: ond class exam. Acting com- squadron. Lt. Ball attended the
when Joseph E. Sullivan ;
Whales" and "Little America..
AD2 manding officer, Lcdr. William C. Special Weapons School at Albuquerque -
signed reenlistment papers
The ,worried patient was visit for an additional 6 years. Hartmann held monthly person"' New Mexico, while En- round at the club.

lug his doctor for a checkup. nel Inspection last Friday. The sign Moyer attended ABC Defense Lcdr. Millard J. Woolcy, squadron

Said the doctor: "Do' you smileat James M. Palmer, AD3 and men were given an "excellent" on School, Fort McClellan, Alabama. commanding officer, rounded
John A. Getthell, AD3, have left
your'troubles as I advised?" appearance and military bearing.The New personnel reporting aboard out the affair with the traditional"tie
for Corpus Christl while Lee R.
The patient replied: "Yes, and three men cited as outstanding Include Robert L. Love, AN, from cutting" ceremony on each of
Wright, AM3, Term nee P. Grow-
the 1 boss warned me three timesto by Lcdr. Hartmana were Don- NAS Pensacola; Robert K. Mar- the new jet pilots.
(chowskl, PH3 and William A.
wipe that silly grin off my PH3 ald Huffman, AK1, Rodney S. tin, ATAN, from Faetulant, NAS Lcdr. William Allen, formerly
Lupher, transferred to NASship's
face and get to woik." Dicks? AD3 and Arnold A. Greenfield Norfolk, and Paul R. Homlll, Operations Officer with CAG-4,
M company. JJuike, SN. PNSN, from U. S. Naval Receiv- was welcomed aboard) at:* exec o(
SN is
on his way to 90 Chinch
Did you hear about the little Street, New York. ing Station, Boston, Mass. the "Cavaliers." He replaces Led:'.

who VC-63 Recent additions to the Stanley Montunnas who has been
country gal always went out Bufoid E. Skinner and RobertS. squadron -
with city fellers, because farm McDill swapped their blues fora Lcdr. Bernard L. Gat'bow relieved "family" are a son born to assigned to duty In New Mexico.

handsycie too" rough? set of civics this past week Lcdr. Howard II. Skidmoreas Ham J. Downs, AOAN, and a .Lt. Hugh II. Lowery reported

Lieutenants Randolph L.- Eskew executive"officer of VC62. Barbara S. Downs, wife of Wil- aboard as administrative officei.

Saint Peter: "And what was and Wade K, Smith will be leav- A native of Howard City, Mich., daughter born to Alma C. Glass, lie was formerly at NAS, Saufley
Lcdr. Garbow received his wings wife of Samuel L. Glass SN. Field, Pensacola. A "welcome
jour good deed on caith? ing this week for NAS Memphis, ,
In July 1942 then served with aboard" was extended to Hobbs A.
Disbursing Officer: "I slowed Tenn. Lt. and Mrs. Maxey P. Wat-
down' the pay line by several hours ,eon are the proud parents of a VF-19 and VBF-19 during World VF-22: Johnson, ATAN, and Henry J.

thus giving the sailors less time baby girl born February 31 at the War II. Lcdr. Gaibow reports Nine officers of Fighter Squadron Lanfrankie, ATAN, who reported

for foolishly spending their money Station Hospital. from Naval Photo*InterpretationCenter 22 were formerly exposed to from Patuxent River. Omar Gal-

." S. Anacostia. Navy pilot traditions after their lup, AD2, reported from Anacos-

I"auon 109 Lcdr. Skidmore, exec for the meeting with the squadron "mis- I tla. .

She was only the Censor's Charles'' W. cbnnni, AOC, and past 18 months, has been orderedto tress," the F2H-2 Banshee. Fol- By netting a six pound eea

daughter, but she knew when to John T. Fair], SN, reported aboard the Photo Interpretation Cen- lowing their first flight In the I trout off the jetties this past

cut it out. the carrier USS Lake Champlain ter. During World War II he par- sleek fighter, Lcdr. Loren Hay, I week-end, Thomas J. Adams, ADI,

ticipated in the Battles of Leyte, Lt.jg( ) Hugh Kuhlman and En- continues to hold the lead in the

Gulf, Iwo Jima, Okinawa and the signs Pete Hanson, Gus Shindle, squadron's current fishing tourna-

I 'Red Ripper' Gets Exchange Duty Philippines. George Dwyer, Glenn Simpson, ment.
; A new form of excitement, confusion Bob Burford, Bob Allen and Harry w *

Air Force Pilot Leaves Squadron and loving has invaded the Bach were allowed to buy a The .squadron VF-44 staged an All-

-. -- -- -- --
For the second time within a ,,,,,, / A INT < Hands party at the AnchorageFeb.
;year one of VF-ll's battle seasoned quist, VFU1 has left only one officer yL1P t1 Ri"f 12, featuring volley ball,

"Red Rippers" has been selected who flew with the group in softball and refreshments.

to serve with the Air Force for Korea. A member of the "Wrecker VF-44 recently welcomed aboard

one year on exchange duty. Division" during combat, Lt. four new men. They are: Lt.Jg( )

Last year it was Lt. (jg) Ed Enquist lived through' at least one Thomas W. Trout; Carl C. Graf,

Gillespie. This time Lt. Russell really hair-raising episode. On AE3; Robert L. Mandel, AT2, and
"that flight Lt. Enquist's
Enquist was the recipient of orders plane John Farris, AEAN.
was hit by anti-aircraft fire. An
directing him to serve with Recent departures Include: Lt.
attempt to jettison his bombs
and "
the "sister service." Paul Duris to NAS Olatha, Kan.;
rockets met with failure and he
At the same time, VF-11 learned Richard A. Wagner, AMAC, to
it was to lose Capt. Ray Fur- had no braking power. Quonset Point, R.I.; William I.

long, an Air Force officer who I WHEN THE NEAREST emer- .. ... ........, '" Donerty, AMAN, to Fasron 77 and

requested duty here as a result gency field was'informed of his 'l\\Ji.\\ "".'': Charles Turley, AEAN, to NATTC
I ':: 2 2t
of the "Red Rippers' battle rec .. Jax. ,
plight cable .
an arresting was .' ..; .; :
ord. .. ..'..' ; A colorful wedding, effecting
rigged and Enquist in fora ,
came '
,. '
< .
HIS IMPRESSION of the unit :;: .:: ,; the age old traditions of Spain

was gained at first hand as a result landing. Contact with the cable ...............:.... was unfolded on December 22
... broke it, his wheels came and ,.<:"
of his flying an F-80 "Shoot- up, when Lcdr. Judson C. Davis, exec

ing Star" fighter-bomber on close the .bombs and rockets came off utive officer VF-44, was marriedto

support missions at the same time and bounced around. The plane : I tI t .t* Maria Dolores Besquerra de

that VF-11 pilots were assigned slammed the runway and plowedto Villa, daughter of Senor and
those tasks. Capt. Furlong will FOR EACII Senora Jose :U. of
A ,
a halt on the start of a steep 1\IISSION-One is a captain and the other a Besquerra
report to VC-62 for further duty lieutenant, but both are of equal rank. At left is Lt. Russel En- Palma de Mall lore a, Balearic
before returping to the Air slope. Around the resting spot lay quist, who has been selected to serve a year with the Air Force I lan ia, Spain. Ensign Robert L.
Force. the original load of bombs and on exchange: duty Capt. Kay Furlong (right), is completing a year St.
with Claire was married to the for-
Navy Both men spent the past 12 months as .'.11 "Bed
With the departure" 6f Lt. En. rockets "
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18- --February-- 1954____ _. JAX AIR NEWS" Page Five

Extend DeadlineFor Pries ...6 '

Entries OfUnsafe' Know Your 9Today's ? .
J 1. S" 6 7 S f M I' Sofely


who have nQt yet sub. lS" Puzzle Tells ;

mitted entries in last week's "un L/8

:safe practices" cartoon still have .

until 1600 Friday to turn in their f ro v Think you're sharp at cross-word puzzles ? The one pre '
l I
' list sented at left is a little different than others, but it works I II
A misunderstanding in the ori-
'ginal deadline date has led to the 22 zf out just the___ snmp. \

Tho second in a skies of new \
extension, which means that published in next
readers can work on last week's '2tri"i 2$ safety contests, this week's 'cross News. Ajl'I' I

and this week's : word puzzle, is not too difficult.
contest puzzle
5. All hands
are enter -
contest (right) at the same time. J 3$ Prizes are In store' for the win- ."

Cash prizes are in the offing for I: F [j tiers. :First prize is $11) cash; sec I I

the winners. The rules ore very 31 i i 011ll111'Izc is $3.fM cash; third prizeis i.NTKY: m..o\\K .

simple.] There arc no strings at- a meal chit to civilian cafeteria -

tached. All the information for i'-i I I M a 11 ; fourth prize is also meal

the contest is contained in the chit to civilian calcteria. Name ..

tory accompanying the cross- 15 llI4 A limerick is also provided to ; 1

word puzzle. nettle! the issue in event of a tie 1
to'' :; 4st 17 iB I!
Entries may submitted as.
Rank, Title .?......,..? ?).'.......:........ ....
Safety Contest, Box 22, NAS After the render hits tilled in JJt t

Jacksonville by any methods z !t fl A 37 (he crossword puzzle and finishedthe /.

which the reader chooses. Entriescan rri limerick, he should submit it

be delivered by hand to F f ib w to Safety Contest, Box: 22, NAS Unit I ................................:..................

Building 907, sent through U. S. 1"I Jacksonville, by noon Tuesday,

Mail or via yard mail. !1 !dNo. le submitted -

It is being emphasized once by 'Rl'll111\ U. S. Mail, hand Phone' No. ..........................................
again that All Hands from all 4 t NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL delivered. Entries cnn also bo t

commands, military and civilian sent to Jax Air News, Room 230 A misunderstanding In the closIng -

eligible to join date of last week's "unsftfe"
personnel, ore Main Administration Building.(
ACROSS U Turns i.llid. tilt 11 Cull-liLe bird I cartoon has forced the extension
these contests and win money for ,
43 Utter 19 One of the resseutorw'hirb All hands of all com mo mis
Imiitids o. orsuiratioe deadline date. Entries in last
t their efforts.Training.
44 Operated more Urattc dealbl. based here at NAB Jnx ate eli I
pads accident week's contest will be
45 Ile\ll': bJ man of a winter accepteduntil
Te1ltlJI (I. U.S.A. gible.
pr the tackle 21 Bigger killer at woikem I 1600 Friday, Feb. 19.
Center 'rbftfl are the prDrlp.1! TilE L1MIOUICK:
48 Boili slowly thu say dweate I
cruse of accidental 52 Worthless morsel 23 Showy la attire Safety equipment and safety rules
death childrrD II the
home 10 53 Do this ruefully 10 24 Accident victims need Arc designed and made to protectyou. I SAFETYBox
POoftheWeekHonors Icddell'al wousds thii'kind.o( ore
9 Croon .
57 Rodent 25: Tramped :
l2 Cram Clr harms :; Cirri Dime 26 Roof edge But artificial ryes and} clutches Score .
To NelsonThis 13 lappeDln,
59 PssNsewq I belwee 27 The dill too
14 Number fir accidents "
( Is the 18th In a new Petty- which Ire too many rows of) sate S9 Smell ifs( -_...... .... .. ...-... --.- Disabling: Injuries Through'
JS Erl GO Palm lear 30 Underground part Monday, Feb. 15
Ollk'cr-of-tl Weel\ series at tic 61 Note In Culdo's ccsl. plant
16 The..wII tr wee \ltlrI 62 One wbo brim stein 31 Shad tree Here are (the rule", : This Month 0
Naval Air\ Technical Training Ccuicr. / .
g leis)e pro. notes 31 1'iopilwi: sun god 1. Fill in the crossword puzzle. This Year 3

.) 17 tectionogjle I. n lIeerens 49( Climbing pain 2. Fill in the last/ line of the Days Since Last
Highlight of the Naval Atmosphere 42 Greater
18 "mbooliLe grasses limerick. This will be used to settle Lost-Time Accident 19
of Francis E. Nelson, rarcl'1'I' DOWN 4't Where most accidental
20 First'Jnlb high priest death the issue in case of a tie.
occur) (Herein each weeklll
structor attached to the 22 Wb.t eccideet victims J Drift carefully wbes be ,
mired children are 46 Verbal 3. Attach puzzle along with found the Safety Box Score of
Air Technical Training Center was this. 47 Cent of shrubs l'
2 The ureful'nrker is limerick to entry blank and send
24 Twitching lost-lime accidents inclined
the appointment under the V-5 II 49 Cod of lore
:ZS Ripper this 50( Ped do to Safety Contest, Box 22, NAS among industrial-type employed -
program to Cadet'Training.Nelson. 2& This I. IIDwlDled by ss S AIonqulD Iodise aneleft ,
I bit on side f Jacksonville, or Jax Air News. at NAB Jax.
accident "lctll1l 4 Feminine name persons
spent 32 Strong-ecented 5 Pulpy fruit 51 R Remain road 9 Entries must be in by noon Feb.

6 months as a S3 Sea ute 6 Reference (abl>r.) River 23.
Si (Sp.)
Cadet at St. 35 False god 7 Compass point 51 Eait (Fr.) f. Winners of the contest will
If notice this Opera PagliacciTo
chamber or a SlOP
96 Baking a you
while driving night 56 Don't drink Ibis and be notified by l phone and names
Marys College, stone drive
a7 "'blt accidents mile UJ 9 Bellow
near Bcikley, 38 Speeders otter) meet' ,this 10 Genus of freshwater Army To Release Be PresentedBy

Calif., and was 39 Retrsins mussels
Low Rated EM
released from Jax GroupNationally

the Navy under ---- _. ----- --- ---- -- The Army has begun to release]
the World 20,000 low-rated regulars this known artists will

Nelson '- War point [ 40 Pilots Successfully CompleteIFTU's month as part of its program to appear in leading roles in the

system in October 1945. set higher mental standards for opera "Pagliacci" by Leoncavallo,

reenlistment.All to be presented by the Jacksonville
A former radioman, Nelson I 'Flying Blind' Course I
those to be released are in Choral Society in its third
came here from Fasron 1San
Diego. I "Hello, Navy Jax Tower, Fly mental category IV: those with annual "Night at the Opera" program -

fish 737- for simulated 1TO. acknowledged.* t e AFQT scores of 30 or less. (AFl'S) :March 29 at tho George

Sax Tower clears Flyfish Washington Hotel Auditorium.The .
Scouting Squadrons "Navy
: FLYING HUM is a usual oc-
program will be presented
(Continued from rage. 4)) 737 for simulated ITO. curence for these IFTU trainees.
in two parts. Members of tho
mer Ellen Leigh Ward of Rich- Down the runway roars a silver : They can't see because of a can- .
: .. Choral Society, the male section
mond, Va., Jan. 6.VF174. TV-2 jet trainer, then off into vas enclosure, intimately referred;

the blue sky. The pilot controlling to as "the bag." This is securedto i: ,:,\ 3f and the woman's section, will ren-
; der selections In the first part of
Vr-174's "Hell Razors" are the Jet can't see the runway, the inside of the canopy to .
.fNi the
A yl.Y program. There will also be
the control tower or even the block his outside vision.
really stuck on book-learning. '
Two squadron pilots and four cloudy sky into which he is fly- The ,IFTU airman sees only the solo numbers by the visiting ar-
N of the
EM's are presently In Little ing. He's flying blind. plane's instrument panel and he will feature program
the. opera in cos tiime
Creek, Va. finishing up a second This conversation and circum- guides the plane from these read- and scenery.

I week of study on amphibious war- stance is typical of those gone ings. Members of tho Jacksonville

I fare. They are: Lt.jg) Charles through dally by a group of pilots Precautionary measures' present $. y Symphony will the
entire -
E. Waring; Ensigns Walter M. here and the control tower at NAS include having an alert instructor ,
performance Director is Dr.
Phillips; James H. Reid, AD1; Jax. A pilot from the Instrument with unobscured vision in the' s Clarence Carter Nice.

Dale D. Heuberger, AD2 and Flight Training Unit (IFTU) at main "cockpit of the TV2 dual Also in rehearsal at this time i is

James C. Cull, SN. Fasron Six was requesting an instrument place aircraft in the event that the Verdi "Requiem1' to be -
Phillip A. Grey, SN, is still at- takeoff, the tower has anything. should go amiss. S M in May.Reserved .
Ie *
tending Yeoman School in Bainbridge -
seats for
Md. William J. Beck, A02, Air Auxiliary Unit 742 SEVENTEEN simulated hops, i iI performances will be mailed i
and Noel R. Poulin, AT2, are plus J6, hours of ground trainingand March 1. Full information bo
Moves To Columbia a successful check flight are
learning to use the Geiger Coun- had by calling 8.3207, or the Jax
ter and the disintegration gun mss The Air Auxiliary Unit 742 of required for a student to completethe ** p r !' Air News, extension 8184.

they study the mysteries of : Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, Instrument Unit's course and r .
based at Charleston qualify for a Navy Instrument rat- s : .. ,
I atomic biological and chemical Jax, formerly 4 y Plank Owner Departs
! defense here at NAS. : S. C., is being moved to Columbia, ing.IFTU
Carrier landing qualificationswere S. C. was inaugurated at Fas : Training Center

recently earned by three This week two crews are At ron Six in August of 1953. Since Another plank-owner at the

more "Hell Razor" pilots. Lt work carrying out the move, one then, 33 pilots have completed the Naval Air Technical Training
Dayo D. Prindle and Ensigns at Charleston and one at Colum- Jet course in TV-2 aircraft and 7 LAfP 'i.": ";' Center "walked the plank" when

Jetulio V. Pongetti and Randall B. bia. This move, being made to in the SNB propeller course. REDHEAD Statuesque he departed on orders to Mobile
Lynn qualified as VF-174's own Columbia due to its central loca- Officer in charge of the unitis Rhonda Construction\ Battalion Six.

Lt.jg( ) Joe Dan Stell waved them tion, will benefit the members of Lcdr. Richard II. :Mills who recently as one of '.'Th Fltmln'ihbUlrd Ellis Sprouse, YN2, of the Mill-

in under the instruction of CAGlOs' the unit, some of whom had todri'e returned} from Korean wa- from Seattle" In her latest 3-D tary Personnel Office, here since

senior LSO, Lt. Joe Me- 250 miles to participate in ters where he served as commandIng technicolor from Slippery musical Rock, could Pa., and be Jan. '51, has been assigned to Mobile

Adam weekend operations. officer of VA-45. nobody would mind. ConFhuction'Battalion 6.



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Boxers Grab Leathernecks

; ;:

1 Drubbed By

i. Novice 'A' Gloves Title M. p. Baby GatorsAn

| *. Jax Navy-Marine boxers produced six individual champions old rivalry will be renewed

I & and one division championship-at the three-day Golden Saturday night in ,King Hall at

T 1.:* .Gloves Tournament held at the downtown Arena last week NATTCenter when the Parrln

ia. Additional laurels were captured Island Marines meet the Jax Marine
: nine searing the> color of the
I by boxers from NATTCen- cagers in a 2015 contest. .
\Vlldcr A.C., scored a flrt-
ter when three were chosen as The local Marines lost in an
.. round! KO 0\tr Arthur Wright
outstanding boxers in the three divisions earlier scrap at Parris Island.
of Moody Air Force Base Fay8on' -
in which the tournament A rangy University of Florida
smooth performance won
was divided. him Freshman team dumped the Sax
the outstanding: boxer

Once again, ,as in the AAU award In Notice\ "II" Divlnion.Broken 9 Marines here Monday night 90-59,

it Marcus despite some classy play by Al
Championships, was
hands cost Jax
Marine from NavyMarines Derby and Bob Chandler of thelosers.
Botas/ 118-pound
two possible crowns .
Aviation( Electrician's Male School Georgie Cooper, flossy little 112- .
who captured the fancy of the The younger, speedier adleRlans -
pound Leatherneck. was forced '
house he defeated broke away; to a fast
jammed as
out in a bout with Abner ll1tch. _.
lead and the out-
Field. His
Vernon Shipp of Cecil ins of Green Cove Navy, In the
showing won for him selection as LEFT HAND WINS-John Kotek Marine IGO-pounder of laxNavyMarine com wait never, in doubt.
135-pound class, Willie Butler lost squad with a powerful left hand thrashed his way' The Baby Gators used three
most outstanding boxer of the to John Moten of Camp Stewartfor to a KO victory over teammate Harold Selsor in the Novice MA
the Red
Open Division. the same icason. division of the Jax Golden Gloves meet held last week. .. complete against
"'orklng"lth the nmooth- and Gold cagers and kept a fresh

mess eta Sea Dart Jet coupled Open Division winners Botas outfit on the floor throughout the
and Jefferson will go to New York Narrowed In Tight contest.
with the punch of a Cutlass. Gaps
for the Eastern
City Golden
Clyde Brannon led the visitors'attack
Bo( tax were down hU tough, I
opponent by hln uggreniv Gloves Eliminations early next I with 13 points, while Derby
first-round tactics.In month.A Mainside IM Keg Play f tallied 11 for the Marines. Chandler -

win for them there will qualify !. showing the best form of the
the second canto, charging ,
the pair for the National year aided the Leathernecks with

Shipp into a neutral corner, Botai Championships at New York Cityin Records tumbled in all directions last week as competition 13 markers.

jerked a left to Shipp's head and late March. in the )Mainside intramural bowling leagues remained 4 0

then with a light that traveled as .JAX .NAV1.MAH1MC CHAMPIONS! keen. Top record-wrecker of the week was VIM8 currently

straight as an arrow found the Notice "B"Archie resting atop the heap in the American'loop. Pacing the National Soffbo//ers, // PrepareFor

target on his opponent's chin. The Bell,N.It'e BOQ-ll l "A"Charles heavjweight. circuit is Personnel leader since early in the season

Cecil Field boxer bounced off the I New Season
: McLean ANP( ) School: 135
canvas with a thud (and Botas won pounds, The Patrolmen copped a high VP-16 lost its second verdict of
Abe Mcintosh, VP-5! 147 pounds. Workouts are-being held at
by a KO in 1:30: of the second, John Kotek, ANI'( ) School, 160 team game of 947 and high team the week as Hospital No. 1 led by

sound. pounds i series of the year a pinfall of Paul Jula's 546 whacked out a Enterprise Field weekdays at
Ot"; 1630 for all aspirants for positions -
Another Open Division crown Marcus Boles, Al School 118 pounds 2619. Carl Edolo VP-18 kingpin, 3-1 decision. -
Roy Jefferson NAS on the Sax Navy varsity
Special Services,
came: when Roy Jefferson, heavyweight heavy series including
Mainside frKAM: CHAMPIONS a whopping 595 Personnel LeadsIn Softball team. Personnel interested -

from Special wilder! A< Cl of Jacksonville, Nov. a season's high 226 single. the National League pace- In competing for a placeon
Services, scored a TKO'over, King Ire "B"
Jax Navy-Marines, No\lre "A", All this came about while the setting Personnel blanked Special the squad, should] contact
Brooking of Tyndall Air Force Green Cove Springs, Open.
Patrolmen were accomplishing a Coach "Tex" Goodson at ex
Base also in 1:3(1: ( of the second Services, with John Applewhite's
I technicality rolling three games tension 8525.:
round 557 the big noise Supply lost
Miami: that ; A schedule is
Tankmen against an opponent dropped rugged being
Black-hahed Jefferson, fighting
from league play. VF-22 VP18'sscheduled ground by splitting a decision 'planned, with top-notch service -
a weaving style a la Dempsey, Here
MondayOne opponent for this date, with Operations, which earlier nines in this area, endingwith"
warmed! all over the towering,
of the five ranking pulled out of league competition suffered a 4-0 defeat at the handsof the Sixth ,Naval District
mammoth Brookins and despitethe
height and weight advantageof swimming teams' in the nation earlier in. the season. VF-62 No. 2, and Preventive Tournament in late-summer

will meet the Sax Jax Navy usual will also ]
Navy tank Banshees Second as -
his opponent, cut the big fellow Medicine took four points from
down to size. squad Monday in the NATT The Edolo crew continued hot hapless V-1. participate in City League-

Center Indoor Pool, Building in trouncing Fasron Six, competition this season
In the Notice "A" Ditlsion, Also, Hospital No. 2 split two
614. The, University of Miami champions, 31. Jim Severidgeled ,
Johnny Kotcft a 160-pound Ma matches, with FAETU and Com-
Hurricanes, who won an earlier the winners with a 552 series,
tine<< from Airman Preparatory Fairfax A 520 series by Ilospital's Wrestlers
dual meet at Miami 'from followed by Edolo with a 532. Open
School', chosen no the oiitntand- Al Applegate helped the
Jax, will be here for another The Banshees, now in second position -
ing boxer of his division, tossed Docs in the latter contest.
swim session. were paced by Vic Ciep- With Convincing
left hand
a rebounding throughout -
NATIONAL. I.EA(1t'ETeam : '
Coach Phil Grignon has a linski with a mighty 557
his bout with Harold SeUor, W I. rot.Peisonnel
fast-improving squad to meet Wells VC-62's 2S: 5 .821:
Johnny paced Win Over AtlantaThe
also! ( of NATTCenter, and thus Supply :.1\\) 8 ..714Coml"alrJsx
stored( a first round TKO. the Hurricanes. He probablywill struggling keglers to a shutout 17 11 .607
use Joe Zigaldo Loring win VP.16's Gators. Pmfall' Operations 17 11 b07VF62 Sax Navy-Marine wrestling
Also in Novice "A" Charlie over No 2 14 11 :.000)
Holmes, Dave Carr, Frank was 2235-2008. Hospital No 2 15 17 .46' team scored an overwhelming 29-
McLean, Marine 135-pounder defeated Prev Medicine. li 11 ..458KAETU
Montagna Chuck DeForest, Other American loop activity !0 11 ,.450Spwlal 4 victory over Atlanta YMCA last
Luciano Flores of Tyndal] Sei\lces! 6 18 ..230Vt :
Wilton Jarline, Johnny Chum. saw Fasron Six eking out a 3-1 0 2i .000 Saturday Coach Ron Turnquist's
Air Force Base. McLean, in workmanlike
ney, Ed Long, Ed Susalla decision over arch-rival FAW-11. AMKUICAX: I.KAdtK: << : grapplers tallied victories in all
manner, displayed an array
Brian Boland, Bill Roberts, The clubs fought neckandneckwith Term \V i. Prt. but two matches, which ended in
oC crackling lefts and rights VP18 22 6 ..786F'uRinn
r Ronald Souza and Douglas the Banshees picking up to- Six!: 18 6 ,750V..62 ,
Abe McIntosh, 147-pound sailoi ties.High
No. t 17 7 .708
from VP-5 conned the Novice Panee. tal pinfall by a mere seven sticks, Hospital No. 1 13 7 ..650Kasron scoring honors went to

I 2390-2397. : 109 11 .5-SO: Jimmy Conn, a Marine from Air-
"A", crown in his weight classwhen ;: in in icnn
-ll 8 12 :.400 man Preparatory School, who

DlckCampbell, Sax Marine : } vp-la 6 7 14 2t .250.100: counted 10 points in a match with
= :
was unable to scrap because of a : .: VW-4 3 17 ..150Mainside 167-pound John Simmons of the

broken nose. .t-r I > .
t I" Atlanta "Y".

The other championship was IJ. Orlando Larry Session a Marine from
?im' /;" ";'" 'a.
won by Archie Bell heavyweightfrom ; .. '. ::r ... ;: :: :';:'; ; Aviation' i i Electrician's Mate
;) ; ,
BOQ-11, uncontested champion .. ..' ., (* School scored a 6-0 victory In hill

In Novice "B" Division. ," Jg r l'3.. Lassies StoppedBy bout with! Jim McVey of the Atlanta .

Cm Fayiwn, 160-pound Ma- i .. grapplers.

l Center WavesThe Other results:

.. ., ", A '. _. .
LeathernecksSet ... Clarence Thompson, Navy won
: .
: :: :; 'J NATTCenter Waves won a by forfeit, 123 pounds; Jim Lillie

;; .., ,' .1: pair of victories during comp .U.i Marine, ANP( ) School, five point!

Rapid ., ;; &WrI'a; :'' : :\ :' :'.' : ':, i tion last week by defeating the over Joe Simmons, 147 pounds;

IL' .. ..r.: : .: : : Naval Air Station Waves, 59-22, Thomas Murtha, Marine ANP( )

Ten Pin PaceThe 1',. .f"', "F., .;,"t ..),::: } '. ,., ..1\. .i.\ ', \,,.:. '" ":I: last Wednesday night and then over Bob Protsman, 157 pounds -
.- : 5 ': ,"" overpowering the Orlando sextet and Ray Brown, Navy, VP-ld, 5-%
Marines are leading the \ '
over Pat Patterson heavyweights.
i 46-37 Sunday
) :
NATTCenter intramural bowling .' [ ,li, ..1 ; The Center lassies now hold a .

league Airman with Preparatory 11 'points, followedby School --: .t"'; j r 14-6 service mark against teams. *top" amateurand Jax SharpshootersEnter

with seven. AcSTorward Tat Gorsky led Rifle MeetA

Last weeks Tiny Wilhorn of ANP .
i J the winners in the double victory, four-man rifle team will represent
( ) School scored high game with .. .: 'caging 19 points'in each contest. Jax' Navy in the National
225: and high series with a :)591
The Marines took high team '=-- -)>>......,......,.. .- -. The lineups: Midwinter shoot to be held In St.

with 857 and high team ser CHAMPIONS These Jax Navy-Marine rln men brought NATTC ((5' NA (tt) Petersburg March 2-6.
game home six titles from Golden Gloves competition in Jax. Front row P. (Gorsky "(19) f McBrearty 2) Three spot have been chosenfor
ies with a sparkling 2451. (left to right) champions Johnny Kotek 1(0 pounds Novice A; G. Goisky "< 7) F Thompson 4)
are Wise ...... 16) C Brown .... 4', the squad with a fourth to be
The 200 Club: Archie Bell heavyweight Novice B; Marcus Betas 118 pounds Webb ...... 4> G Blstodeau. j i)

Wilhorn .........,............. 225 open Roy Jefferson, heavyweight open; Chuck McLean 135 DeLavergne..., 5) G Smith ,..... 0) named. These include Pete Beasette .
Wood .......................... 224 pounds Novice A; Abe McIntosh, 147 pounds Novice A; Back Carroll ( 2) G Green ...... 11) Special Services; Dick 'Stephan -
Peterson ....................... 22.1 row; Coach Bob" Perkins; Capt. Lavern Oltmer, Marine Special Substitution: NATTC-J. Larson
DIMauro 213: NATTCenter Services ((6>, Hahn,wflni' Kacala, Wright NAS Operations, Bill
Services Lcdr. Peter Culbertson Special
Kamboley ...................202 ; NAS-I< ), PHIard, Charstoa, Kngle, NATTCenter Disbursing.,
Jackson ......................,. :301 officer and Coach Steve Mayer Harvey, i
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.1 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven

Action Mainside Slowed 1M On Fliers Bow To Rollins;

Hardwood FrontA PI Five Here Tonight :{

dull calm was cast i
Mainside intramural bas- The Jax Navy Fliers head into the closing stages of the .
the '
1953-1951; basketball: season with five regular season ion-
last week
ketball as playin
ComFair Jax tourney tests remaining after which comes a crack at the Sixth Naval .i ,
the cage -
District final slated for ',
District Championship. cage arc ,
put a damper' on intra- ,

mural activity. Only I five Mainside gym, March 812. ;l .

games were played, all American 4iildt} Tonight, the locals entertain a 1 mark: the home fOl'ctput on-a

League frays. power-packed Partis Island quintet dazzling second half performance

Fasron Six continued its rapid and travel to Tallahassee for and piled up 50 points to overtake' ,

pace to the Junior circuit bunting; a Tuesday engagement with the Rollins momenUiily in the late

by overpowering: the Blackbirds of Florida State Frosh in the week's

IrA-45, 74-56. An abundant 29- only action. stages. '-_

point fourth quarter was the de- History repeated itself at Main- A bucket by Buddy Lnjn with 'f,

delve blow for the Banshees. aide gym Friday night aa the Rol only seconds remaining pushedthe I

THE }FASKONITE8, defending line College Tars edged the Fliers FUns in front only to have v I

,ham pions, held slight leads after: r&yEI on the strength of a last-second McHardy come through on that N

ach quarter, 12.10, 33.26 and 45-: I shot by the winner's Bob Me. desperation toss.Meliar'dy .

41 until they pulled away in the Hardy.

final canto. I History Repeats paced the Winter 1
Park visitors with 19 followed
points, -
Dill Bailey, bigNo.. 12, pacedthe
I With Jax Navy ahead by a lone
Banshee's fierce attack with by Connie Butler's 18
point with six seconds left in the

29 points> while Frank sh 'ue'l I LEAPING LAYNE-Going; for a rebound during action in last' ball game,. McIIaidy scored on a maikeis.

chipped in with 20. Ralph Nielsen. I Friday's Jax Navy-Moody AFB hardwood tussle Is Flier forward one-hand push from the corner to Bob Giabaz was high man for

led the Blackbirds with 26 markeis. I Buddy Layne ((14)). The Fliers conquered the Air Forcemen. 74- !I the evening, however, with 24
i I 55. Jar Navy hosts Parris Island at Mainside Gym tonight at 2015. provide the collegians with a 79-
points' 16 coming in .the heated
I, 78 victory. It was the Fliers'
Famon 109 moved into undisputed sixth lost of the year against 17 second half Vince Zotla. finished

possession of second placeby Hornet Gogers Win In wins.A with 15 mat ken,' while Red Hog.

downing VP-5: 62.55, while i ers chipped in with 14.
year ago almost to the day,
VF-62 was taking: a 50-44 thrash.
McHaidy meshed a :20-Iboter In Filer Trip, M o ly

ing TilE from BEAVERS VF-44. attack cen !Fleet Air Tournament the last two (seconds! to give the' Leading 50.45 over the Moody

Tan another one-point victoiy.Grnlwi Jets after the third stanza Jax:
tered around Ralph Bennett, with

18 point, and Bill Madden with I I Over 1,700 points were scored by 14 teams in four day \r Card 24 Navy final frAme lolled to up coast 24 points to a 74-55 in the repeat -

17 during the ComFairJax Area Basketball Tournament held Down 36.28 at the half-wsy

Merle Adams led VF-44 In its here last week and won by the USS Hornet with{ an 87-79 ) victory over :Moody in a
Thursday tilt at Malnsiile.'

win over VF-62, a mild upset of cneitime: victory over the USS.-Lake---Champlain- -, -..-. Baseball CaFAnswered The Josei's, Danny Hotelba,

the season. The Gladiators' big three points with'I Sam William's 34 '
by All
I, Trailing top -Navy center : -
rangy was top man for
gun was Howie Leveiett with 11 in the fourthquarter I II
seconds to
two go effort for the Monter both
maikeisComFair, I i I point ey. By sides with 28 points, on 12
the Hornet quintet won
I I VX-1 opened the second' round field goals and lour free thiown.
Jax broke into the the championship through a stoij-

winning column after suffering its I i book finish after the: Champion I of play against VC-5 which drew Large FieldWoikouts Dick Tate garnered 17 markers

fifth straight setback by 'I cagers had iced the game"' a first round bye. Culmination\ !>n of I to pace the Flieis' well-halanced
humb.I' arc being held five attack, while Giabaz was held to
hung VW.( Cane Hunters
I foul play found VC-5: sporting a' 5246victoiy .
drew a
on the strength of Norm AII-Navy Hal Payne I Ii I times weekly at Mason Field for peflson'H" low of 14 points.Fliers' .

on a last ditch la>up and showed achieved mainly on the j j candidates for the Jax Navy baseball 4s -_
20-point output.
I i little sign of pressure as he added driving play of Doc Edwards He squad, under the direction of
HIE fifth Home
STAFFERS' loss ofthe I Weekly
the free throw that meant a Uf scored 20, five more than Howie Head Coach Frank McCaffrey
t sear was handed them by VA- II for the Hardwood Slate
eventual defeat
game and \Veema of VX-1. { and Assistants Bill Rice and
45, 65.45 with Percy Basett the
Lake Champlain. I Moving into the semi-final round I "Hoagy" Carmichael. The final stages of the Jax
cog In the Blackbirds'
ing- machine with 19 points,801'.1 followed I IHlrtltnllw..hlll| Lauded I the Lake Champlaln led all the I A large job looms ahead for the Navy Fliers home hardwood season -

AdmualOsborne B. Hard-I coaches, who must cull the large are" rapidly thawing near. In
Rear ----- -- -
by Mike Mizell with 17.
field down to workablesize what will probably be the next to-
iaon, Commanded Fleet Air Jacksonville oT a more
Brewer again paced ComFair Jax MORE SPORTS
with 18 markers. presented the Hornet and before the season gets un last home appearance of the Flieis'

Champlain with trophies in a ('ere.I derway March 12. during the regular season, the
All National League action i PAGE 8
was postponed. Contests nolpla't'd I mon following the title game lat "All positions are open no one homtyf01 play hOlt to a tough
_._ .
---- -- ------------ I Pairis Inland five tonight at the
last Friday I has cinched a job yet averred
week in both
leag'ueshave to bounce a shorter VC-5
way MainsiJe
coach McCaffiey. "What we are gjm.
been rescheduled for next Outstanding sportsmanship: club 76.47 and gain the finals,
II for Is to out The week's home schedule
displayed by the striving now pick :
week provided that contest has competitive spirit John Garrett six foot seven center
those boys who we believe will Tonight-Parris Island Marines,
some bearing on the league title, teams throughout the warmed for the Hornet
I best help the club." All home begin at 2015
VP-18 Admiral Hardison games ,
Hospital and lauded by
Supply was
with effort
fray & point
I One sad note heard in the with
Continue tournament di was prelims getting underway nt
unbeaten in the Senior and Lt Baiksdale,
Five Hornets hit for double fig. Jax Navy baseball camp when it 1800.
'iicuit with each team slated to rector. I
urea as the Hornets bounced VC. was learned that catcher Bob .
face the other in showdown of the tournament I
struggles honors
I High scoring I 162 I from the tourney! with a 80.42 Home, a regular with the Flier

: next week.Mtandings for one game went to set I I II I pasting to set the stage for the I nine lasf season, wit be unavailable Flier Five Holds
Through February 12 artist Payne
shot and tree style final game. this year.

AMERICAN; I.*:AM'K I whn tied i with. Fred Stones of the I I -- 86 Points
rein Lofty
w. Jx t Fe( I .
I'a&lon. Mv ".. .,. 5 0 1 UK) Lake Champlain for total honorswith
I'aaron1'C ]OJ ......5 1 .,..00> each in 4 Nr4f
: '62 ... ....... 3 1 .750 111 points game Per Game MarkWith
\'F-6 2 ........... 4 2 .667 Tltoke16'C.9
\5.43 ......... 3 3 ,VM) MJ-6
VF.44 ........ ...2 3 ..100vt.l Opening game of the 13 tilt one week remaining on the
..........2 3 .400
.. .. .... ... 2 4 .333: tourney was an 80-54 affair won varsity cage schedule, the Jax;
fnmKalr'! Jax ... 1 5 .167 Jim Maroiiey -
'V-4 ., ., .. .. .., 0 :5 I ..000Tit. by VJ-62 over VA-45 Navy Fliers boast a superior &6

:: L"tACi \ counted 26 for the winners points per game scoring average, ,
Term Won J."I .t Jim Corcoran was high for the while holding opponents to a menial -
1J18 .. .. ..,. .6 0 1,(OK) with 15. 699 .
Supply S 1.1(5) losers average
ilnKpllal\ u:::::::: g
5 1.1(5) lagged in the i
o H ... ,.... 3 2 ..64qUperrllulll ( VC-62 ran VC-9 I In 23 games, the Flieit hoopeda
\ ...... 2 3 .4iX second game to cop a 70-64 decision total of 1,982 points In compil.
HAhlU: .. ... 2 4 .:\.13
Personnel .200 Mack Jones led Duane ing a 17.6 won-lost lecoid' Opponents -
('ommunicationg: ; :: 1 1 :.2s)
and Joe -
1'P.16 :. .,. 1 4 lIJO: Sheets, Leroy Lawler have punctured' Jax Navy
NARTU . .. o 5 WJO in double scoring figures forVC defenses for 1,606 points
_:.:..:.: :______
62. Richard Berg topped the rY
Bob "Swish"! Gl'abaz.atl'8..\
VARSITY/ GOLF SLATE Sanford club. of three years duty with the Fliers

LISTS TOUGH FOES Bill Bailey John Wagner and paces individual scorers witha
s. T
Francis Starr led Fasron Six to M potent 22 points per game mark
Complete Jax Varsity
Golf an 81.64 win over a game VF- The Syracuse Shotgun was leading
101 quintet paced by Dick Off- scorer! of the '52-'53 ):'11..1' five' ,

.. I
Jeb. -Patrkk AFB Tlinc markers. with 203
i9oCj| Held There ringa with 30 a aveiage.
l-tb: 0-Patrlck and ) i gllnMar. Individual
.. .. :. . IleiHere'- Champ lusts MontereyLast averages: .
!S---Cecil Field winner VX-1, of Play. W FG FT FTA 'F TP A.,.
Mar, 12-Key West Nally jear's 9 2J 201 105 130 'I 5C1 )20
& MCA (Miami!) Miami Key West, turned back trying VF- Zoda. c U 11. 110 145 514(1 )04
Mar 19-I'cnsacola and T.t.. f 2J 122 eo UJ II 324 140
Here 13 In a :57-50 first round game. aobart. f )1 a4 37 5' 3. 'IN 10
Mar 21-Univ.. iftlrori', ':: :Here Kirk Carrell f ___ 2J 51 2l 30 2' 12. 5 I
Api II 2-MOAS Chrrry Howie Weems! and Hoyt Reese. II ,_ )1 47 3. 52 31 m 52

Point& IM l'arils I Is: shared 35 for the winners -, -... ",:," ,.... z' VIniy", a 2l )4 12 II 3. 14 2 ,
AprilUniv.. of Ha: (113) ...ThereApril lalChl/nal:r 'f' = :: :13 '; u 22 46 2 7
16-Stetson Univ..ThereApt round meetings / 12 37 33 1.1
Best of the first COMFAIRJAX AREA ACTION Adding another bucket to
II ZJ-l' 'nn 'ola Na\v Scott 9 .... 15 1 7 IJ 7 2J I I'
A Kiln AHJ' .Eglin AHJ took place between the USS Lake his credit is 6-5 Fred Stones ef the USS Lake Champlain. The, 9 _..... II 1 0 0 J 12 IIHors
May l_stotson tniv.hereMay USS Monterey Champlain ace netted 111 points in four games to tie with all- 4 .
K Univ. of Ha& (B) Here Champlain and the Navy Hal Payne of the USS Hornet. Action Is from the ComJ'airJu -
Mv A ham uid
There : c>
14-1"1:1. stat Unh Mwle Fred *
May J2-.Parrln Inland & In a bitter 78l Area Basketball!' Tournament played here last week The
MeA: Miami) line Stones' dropped! in 38 points tot[\ Champlain won this one from VC-5 by a 76-47 count with cut In 40 piece C







w Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 18 February 4rmmm

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.,',;- 6th Annual\ Baseball CampOpens

bclrm. .brick FOR home.SALES 2320 Cedar; He'te On March 6

Shore Cir. Ph. 87.1087, Mrs Jur-

konls, tC; 'I( \ \ i The sixth annual Jax Navy Boys' Baseball Training Camp will .

Srm.. fiun. cottage, $300 cash or ;, 1I' < sters expected to be on hand.
terms. G. Schulz, Ph. 2-5410, ,
Training sessions will get underway --
'. Air Base Trailer Park. .',.. ;. ,'' >' ,'"1 ."..',\ h,',. "I,.,, at 0930 and close at 1130 expected Jo consist .mainly of
; '
,1 ; 1)
\ ; 'Jo.
S home, GI equity. D. E. '''''' '' ; jt,' .',w\ "","s vr. orientation, instructions and calis
bdrm. : ; 'AEI; \ for five\ consecutive Saturdayswith
't ; '
'I' ,
I ,
."McNeil, ext. 8463. ( :; : ,.; if' ,,' the final day April S. thenics. Directors have warned
iV' that loafers and
laggers will be
Detroit Cir \ ; ; '
2 bdrm. house. 3050 .. ; To date, a large number of applications -
J. D. Davis, ext. 441. t .,, ( have been received by eliminated the first day.
'It ',"" "', One of the most popular under ..
3. bdnn. home. 2712 Cheirywoodlid. Special Services and the City
'Ph. 88-2859, or ext.. 578. : '. Recreation Department, indicat- takings of its kind in the country,

:3951, trailer.Safeway 7070 Marvin 27 foot Ave aluminum H. Q. 5i1:: ;:: :; 4 s ;,i; i 8J1)! !]1( <. a huge turnout for the initial the baseball big league school players annually, scouts features _

Seale. City dignitaries along with managers plus many of their

2 bdrm. home. Lnkeshore. FHA station officials are expected (to farm hands: Such outstanding

equity. 2113 Cedar Shore Cir. NATO VETERANS-Two veterans of NATO, (North Atlantic .be on hand for opening day baseball figures as Tris Speaker,

Ph. 88.7921, Lt. Baldwin. Treaty Organization) get together at NATTCenter. Left Is William ceremonies. Camp Director for Mickey Cochrane, Hans Lobert.
Thomas, YNC, recently assigned to military persconnel office Chief
Eddie Miller
Eddie Joost
concrete CBS home, fum.
2 bd h 1954 will be
m. the gathering Lcdr
shown with Richard Wells DK3 of
; disbursing. They are displaying Bender Sukeforth and
or imfurn. 5255 Camille Ave., NATO badges worn In the Mediterranean area at Naples, Italy Richard V.: Donahue, NAS Spe- Clyde '
Ph. 88-9787, Fenner.I and Istanbul, Turkey. Both served under Adra< Robert R. Carney, Vial Services officer,'while head many, many others have appeared -
home Ph. now Chief of Naval Operations. as guests at the camp.
: bdrm. $650 equity. coach for the fifth straight season .
2-9393, Kernels. 1405 Grlflet Rd. will be Frank McCaffrey.

FOR RENT BeneficialWorkers Suggestions Net The opening day's session is Wildlife ExpertTo

1 rm. In private home. 800. Ph.

8-6443, 3526 Herschel, C. 11. Har- Give Lecture

graves. In 1953
1 bdrm. bung.: All facilities fum. $9,390 u At King Hall

$20 wkly Ph. 6-9017, Mis.
Baker Sino was first Inaugurated here In 1943, the Beneficial Suggestion Ralph Seaman, secretary for
Frnt. bdrm. $8.00 wkly 339 Dell- Program has become increasingly popular with employees as ) the Carllng Conservation Club of

wood.\ Ph. 8-4289, Mrs. liar- a method to earn extra income and prestige.At Cleveland, Ohio has been scheduled )

time Ideas submitted to appear at King Hall
graves.; the same
Committee on Awards, and 15 Personnel J arc invited to visit/ the
at 2000, Tuesday,
4 rm. unfurn. house. 4369 Long. have produced many short. NATTCenter
other constructive; Ideas were re- usa Servicemen's Club at 37 W.
fellow. Mrs Moblc '. Ph. 88- cuts, improved products, eliminated Feb. 23.Seaman.
opened for review Of these, 237
Monroe St., open from 09.10 ioS330
8045.Furn. safety and health hazards, who travels widely
were adopted, and 11 suggestors da.ily.Thm'sdar.
3 bdim. bung. 807 S. Fie- added many conveniences, eased throughout the U. S. and Canada,
\ received letters of commendation.A February 18. Sock
dell Cir. Ph. Fairfax 6741, A. mnny operations and saved the total will bring with him color sound
$9,300.00 was paid hop wear your craziest socks
4 W. Owens. thousands of taken sonic of the
Navy Department film : in top-
for 220 suggestions,. includingseven \ and Join In the fun.
3 rm. furn.. cottage, opposite NAS. dollars in material and labor notch fish and game spots existing. -
cash awards
Friday, February 19. Cafe Ital-
$30.00 G. Schulz, Ph. 2-5410, 237 Adopted amounting ; .
lano. Spaghetti supper, Hayilde. .
Air Base Trailer Park. During the past year, 474 new \Vlll Sine Money! We leave the Club at six sharp. Some of the films exhibited by

5, rat house 4441 Lexington Ave. suggestions were submitted to the These statistics; : recently compiled Sign up on the Bulletin Board Seaman are "Speckled Trout,"

Ph. 2-0514' or 22767. Dorothy by the Industrial Rclatlon'sDepal'tment Record hop in the club. telling, the propogatlon story of

Lamb. Training Center also: indicate that Saturday, February 20. Open this most popular game 1'Ish-;
6 rm. Cum apt 2636: Myra St Ph. the suggestions adopted in 1953 House all day. 1:00: p.m. Let's go "Duel) In the Pool," a film In

7-8516, Mr. Cowart. Scene Of Color I will save $232,709.00; or ?n*,average fishing! 'You-will find a list on the I which Seaman participated, produced

S rm. apt. 517 E.' Adams. Ph. 5- : of $1,057.77 per su gC8Uon.I I Bulletin Board. We would like to I two :years ago; "Expedition -
8079, Mr. Llndqulst.C I "
An all-station project, the continued know how many arc interested. Moose, a fabulous filmingof
rm. apt. $.5. 6812 Lenox Ave Aviation MovieThe the mighty moose in his natural
success of the DeneflcialSuggt'SUon ; 8:00: p.m. Dance with the NASJumpln'
J. E. Imms. habitat and "Pheasant Island
Jax at Club.
program has been the I
1 and 2 b<.1rm. opts. compo furn., shutter has been flipping ," which is the story of the
largely due to the interest and Sunday, February 21. 10:00: a.m. I
this week at the Na-
$80. 1 I bdnn., $50. 2561 Oak St., continually : famous Pheasant Shoot on PeleeIsland
round table Free donuts
cooperation of snappers, quarter. Dunking ,
val Air Technical Training Cen I'
Ph. 8-2445 Mrs.
, Spencer. men, foremen and supervisors who I and coffee. 11:00: Off to church. ( in Lake Erie
ter during the production of a '
S fuin. 836 E. Church St. '
assist in 2:00 with The excitement of stalking
evaluating ideas. : p.m. "Sing Song" Mary ,
film intended to motivate Navy
Mis. 3
$15. Marginstein The Smith. 5:00 and luring fish is coupled
recruits to careers in Naval Aviation committee urges all employees : p.m. Vesper Service. I game
6911. to participate in the program Mrs. Davis at the'piano.. 5:30: p.m. with the club's primary purpose

S bdrm. unfurn. apt. $85. Phone during 1954, reminding coworkers Refreshments. Temple Sisterhood of conservation. In a newer film,
2..911.I'urn. The 27-minutc color film, titled
that a suggestion is val Monday, February 22. 7:00: p.m. i "Musky Fever," Seaman is shown
2 l .1rm. house In "Starting Your' Naval Aviation
>< Ortega
uable only when forwarded Skating party Get tickets at office landing seven legal size musklcs,
2820 Harvard Ave. Mrs. Career," is being produced by the
Mobley, six of which placed
are carefully
through the proper channels for I 7:00: p.m. Ping Pong instructions
Ph. 88-8645, $60. Naval Air Technical Training
consideration. with Frank Puskas. back into the water.
f rte furn. apt. 2308 Myra St. Command, and features the twelve I
-..+ Tuesday, February 23. 8:00: p.m. In addition to the film, Seaman
Ph. 7-8225 or 85144.. W. B. career rates vital to the naval
AO-AE Cagers Vie Game night. Tuesday night pro. will conduct a'"bull session" to
Steele.I air establishment.
gram committee in charge. Prizes. discuss the whys and whereforesof
rm. apt. 5278 Adams Rd. Ph. Technical advisors for the For Center Grown Wednesday, February 24. 9:30: the local situation of finny and
2-3634, Mr. O'Berry. Lcdr. John
project are Meers, Ballroom
p.m. Melody Broadcast furry creatures. .
1 rm. furn. in private home. 4727 assistant training officer for Championship of second half direct from USO with
your Chaz
the of the
College St. Mrs. McCormick the Airman Preparatory School play in the intramural basketball Harris'over( Combining pleasures
Radio Station
WJHP, rod reel and with the
Furn. 2 I bdrm. apt. 1218 Challen at NATTCenter, Norman, Okla. league at NATTCenter lies be- 1320 on dial. gun grow-
Ave. Ph. 2-0291, Mrs. Hanks. and Lt. Floyd Fulrcloth of the tween Aviation Ordnanceman ing importance of wildlife con

1 I'm.i7M Blount Ave Ph. 2- Naval Photographic Center, School and Aviation Electrician'sMate Medical, 61-32; AO School defeated i servation, the session promises' to .

8625, Faye Harris. Anacostla. School. Playoffs were Dental, 44.18, and AO School be most interesting to Jax Navy

Furn. 3 rm. apt. $68. Ph. 2-0736,, Their work has carried them scheduled this week. measured' Training Facilities, 49- Isaac Waltons .and. Nlmrod

Mrs. Bass, 2590 Riverside Ave, through the various Technical Four games were played last 34.

2 bdrm. unfurn*, bung. $80. Mrs. Training Centers at Lakehurst, week, the rest of the schedule go- Entries close Friday for the Cinder Squad
ing by forfeit. AO School downedthe Free Throw
Morgan, 5034 Alpha Ave. N. J.; Jacksonville; Memphis, : Tournament. Play

2 bdnn.. unfuin. home. $6:>. ext Tcnn.; Norman, Okla.; Olathe, Marines, 68-27; Marines beat begins March 1 and ends March 8.

759, Mrs. Boyett. Kansas and Pensacola, Fla. ..,.._.... ...A.."._. .. .'. ,. ._.", '. ... ._<,', .._p- '. "..,-- Sparked By
::; : -1
1 MISCELLANEOUS; :; As finished : _
a product the film :
Reliable I baby sitter, day or evening will show actual work being doneon New Talent

and weekends. Ph. 2-7033, the new types of Naval Aircraft With four veterans from last

Mrs. Ward. the training the technicians year's Jax Navy varsity track

Will baby sit day or evening. Ph. receive, phases of their personal -' team now working out and several '
7-4197, Miss Joyner, 1533 Osce- Y. nE
life in the Navy and the newcomers showing promise,
program which is carried out to Coach Paul Zanfardino plans to

I sitting day or evening. Ph. assure them 'the needs of their put the clock on his track artists
.. 8.3963, Irs. Doll)
; moral guidance.An tomorrow afternoon at 1630 on

Baby sitting, day or night. Fh 8. eventual possibility for the Lackawanna Playfield cinders.

4815, Mrs Lewis. film is a public showing on tele /4'- Returning from last year are

Will, baby sit, day or night Ph vision as well as by Navy Re Ron Thompson, NAS Special! Ser-

2-1873, Gloria Offenbeig. cruiters.or vices; Bill Ward, VP-3; Jerry Har-

Will baby sit.'day or evening. Ph. gis, VF-103 and Larry White, VA-
2-6829, Mrs. Cecile Bowen vicinity. R. F. Cubley, ext. 15.
Riders wanted to New York leav- 577. fpS Athletes to watch, the trackmentor

ing Feb. 19. Lt. Maylander, ext. Riders wanted from Southslde,
THE DEMON-The Navy has officially accepted the' first production pointed out, are Pat De-
8180. San Marco area to NAS. Rob model of the F3II-1N Demon, an, carrier- vaney from NATTCenter Post Office

Ride wanted to Norfolk, Va. Feb erts, ext 365. based single-jet fighter shown above. The Demon combines interceptor ; Fred Nelson, ANP) School;

27, Ph. 6-2525, Fay R. Werner. I Ride wanted from Riverside and speed and fighter maneuverability bomb capacity of John Kotsuba, from Hospital and
an attack bomber*Armament consists of 20-mm cannon and multiple -
Riders wanted- ), Sonthside Estate Lancaster, ext. 822, :Mrs. Reed combinations of other weapons, including 'air-to-air rockets. Lamarp Minton AO St'hool.F .