I Some Personnel Use Hazardous Tricks To Bv-Pass Main GateThere I
are always a few who cars were involved in an accident Had the accident been more patrol are authorized to challenge
think they can beat the rules at the intersection of Tim- serious, the fellow in the trunk anyone observed in the ,1t .
and regulations, especially
uquana Road and Roosevelt could have been crushed to vicinity of a fence.
those regarding security. .
Reports from Security de- Blvd. One car crashed into the death, or if the car had burn There are several other
partment show that some fellows back end of another. ed, he would never had been means and methods employedby
will try anything to get TIlE DRIVER of the car in- able to get out. personnel in gaining unauthorized
in and out of the station. The front immediately rushed to the THEN THKKK are some per exit and entrance of
methods they use are extremely rear to inspect the damage.. sonnel who have taken to scalIng the station. For the moment .
hazardous. Then he attempted to open the the perimeter fences in they may feel they have gotten
One trick which has been trunk of his car, only to find it stealing away from and ontoto away with It. They feel It's k. J
tried several times, is hiding stuck. After obtaining a crow- station. This offense Is serious all quite clever or cute.. But .
in the trunk of a car. This can bar, the trunk was opened and enough, but the conse.quenctIIJ the consequences, when they +
be quite dangerous as one recent you guessed it. A sailor was in may even be more.ser- are caught, are anything buta
incident discloses. Two the trunk.VOL12 ious. Guards of the perimeter laughing matter. teaL
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HelicopterPool ReadyAt J11X S'I A Y
Fasron 6 I No. 2 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville Fla 8 April 1954 ,I
: __ : ___
I M; .
First of & group of Navy
helicopters that eventuallywill 29 In New Mack FLIGHT Williams TESTS LAST ADC I'G.ID-(AP),
form the Atlantic Fleet's flight tested the last FG-11)
only helicopter pool was accepted Corsair to be overhauled at
AGO ClassA NAS Jax. Williams, who flight-
this i week at NAS tested 409 such Corsairs, also
Jacksonville by Comdr. Her- f In 9.R 29-of fleer class' will report to tested the first regular scheduled .
old J. Weiler, Jr., commanding .. Aviation Ground Officers School Corsair overhauled at ()
;i \ & II here in 1919. Corsairs
officer of Fasron Six. j X'r Friday at the Naval Air Technical were
overhauled here as early as
Vice Adm. John J. Ballentine Training Center for the eight 19(3 but the regular scheduled
Commander Air Forces, U. S. Atlantic week course which opens next program/ did not begin until
Fleet, directed the move Monday. 191'J.
that is designed to relieve fleet Last week 22 officers who had
helicopter units of spare 'copters completed the course were detached Last Of CorsairsOff
they had been assigned in excess for their future assIgn.
operational requirements.The L ments. Flight Line
Fleet Air Jacksonville 4 t$a. e The new Ensigns reporting are
service l squadron's ""..hlrl'ybird" all recent graduates of Officer
Candidate School at Newport, R At Local O&R
pool will consist of approximately
I., and are coming here to further
right helicopters, their Naval training. They will The last FG-1D Corsair to
all of the HUP, 1IKS and HO-
4H varied, which are to be be graduated in June.Establish be overhauled at NAS Jax was
kept in a ready status for ferry flight-tested last week by
flights, or-tltMle to fleet units ............mw _y_ .. ..... _.. .. ... .,._ ...,."., .,,_ Blood Macke C. Williams, ADCAP( ) ,
Responsibility for providing the and then flown away by a ferry
INTO POOr-Completlng an inspection of this Navy HUP
personnel tools spare parts and helicopter are Comdr. Harold J. Weiler Jr. (right), commanding Donor Credit pilot for probable use in
ground handling equipment necessary officer of Fasron Six and Lcdr. Carl Schafer, squadron maintenance I the reserve training program.It .
for maintaining this helicopter officer. Comdr; Weller accepted the, helicopter as the first of For MilitaryAn
eight Fasron Six Is scheduled to receive. The eight "whirlybirds" was further evidence that the
reservoir has been assignedto will form the only helicopter pool in the Atlantic Fleet. independent blood donor speedy high-powered Jet has become
Fasron Six's maintenance department credit has been established to
the mainstay of aviation,
headed by Lcdr. ,Cad Letters In Mail By June 1 meet special requirements of the outmoded} three-blade
J. Schafcr military personnel at the Jack- propeller type plane that has given
Two qualified helicopter pilots Notice Of Release sonville Blood Bank, Capt. employment to many Overhauland
and six aviation mechanics have Prepare Warren E. Klein, NAS Medical Repair department workersin
been ordered to the squadron to officer, has announced.The the past ten years.
aid Lcdr. Schafer's regularly au- purpose of the new credit f %.
thorized allowance of mechanicswith For 1,000 Reserve OfficersLetters is. to permit greater flexibility !- To Chief Williams there was a
this time-consuming main in providing a source of note of sadness about this latest
tenance task.Navy whole blood for individuals who flight of -the FG-1D. Back in _
notifying 1,000 Naval! Reserve Officers, lieutenants and
are not legal dependents but 1949, on his first tour of
above, of involuntary release from active duty are expected to be In duty
who are considered to be a responsibility here he
the mail June 1. ,flight.tested the first reg-
of participating l i ular scheduled Corsair overhauledin
Under the Navy Department'sfour agreements.The military personnel. the NAS Jax 0 & R department
Heed 'Lights.On'Monday month notice policy, releases release list will not include Bona fide requests for blood From then until January,
will be effective October 1, un- officers of the medical, dental and from this independent credit 1950 he tested 109 of this type.
EveningNavy less earlier release is requestedby nurse corps, those officers who are should be made to the Medical Returning here in :May, 1952 Chief
the individual concerned. within two years of establishing officer, Executive Assistant Williams went back to his former
mothers will answer There are approximately 8,000 eligibility for retirement, and officers Medical officer, Medical Admin job of flight testing, taking 300
"lights on" Monday evening April officers in those gradesnow who have a planned release istrative Assistant, 'NAS Jax, additional Corsairs up for the final
12, at those houses reserve and to the Medical officer of
where occupants extended active date during fiscal year 1955. checkup before they were ferried
wish to contribute to the the Naval Air Technical Train- off for service elsewhere.
Cancer Fund April has been des duty. Other reserve release programs Ing Center. .
ignated as Cancer Control Month. I Priority Lint (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 2) flltl- --- .-..\Vllllnma. .. ....-...,. urti/..u... .1/.....".;.00 ....,.
Cuts will be made from a prior ...
Mrs. Edward S. Lowe who heads 6104 Sabre Drive with his wife
which will be established
the project has announced that ity list and three children has spent 17
for fiscal 1955 Reserve
the mothers will cover their own year by a years in the Navy. In 1910 he
Officer Review scheduledto
neighborhood, beginning at 1930. Board was sent to Flight School at Pen-
this month. No releases
Building 803 has been assignedto convene 1tfl sacola graduating in May, 1941.
will be issued the basis of
Mrs. Eugene S. Peer Building Since then he has spent most of
established in ALNAV
801 to Mrs. Richard Donahue, and categories I his time flight-testing the Navy's
Building 800 to Mrs. Kerwin Foley 36-53. Y 'i'ivrM aircraft.
Mrs. Lowe will contact the Commanding officers unit com- : '. lie doesn't think it is too dangerous
Naval Hospital and Senior Offi- manders and commanders of higher r t a Job even the power diving -
cer's Quarters. echelons will forward to the "When they are checkedout
Elsewhere on the station cancer Chief of Naval Personnel namesof of 0 & R, you can be sureevery
coin collectors have been placed reserve officers within their detail is in condition to(
in strategic locations for the commands whose retention on ac- stand up in combat actlvt"t" )...' '
convenience of personnel who wishto tive duty is considered particu- .
contribute. Although there will larly advantageous to the service. j a. t. i WINTER/ SUMMER
be no actual solicitation here These letters will be consideredby /
Capt. Martell II. Twitchell, senior the Board in forming the prior- GARB OPTIONAL
station chaplain will coordinate ity retention list.Others Optional period for either
distribution and collection of the ,Held Buck winter or summer uniforms ex
.n. '-1>Gi:1IiiI: May 1. After thatdate
The Board will also list the
TOP MARINE Congratulated as outstanding Marine below the the summer uniform becomes
Coin boxes may be obtained names of officers recommendedfor rank of
sergeant at last Saturday's inspection of Marine Aviation mandatory. .
from Capt. Twitchell. Proceeds retention In or assignment to Detachment of NATTCenter is Pfc. Kerry, Kline (left). Offering Jackets, jumpers and ties
will be turned over to the senior the TAR program, and will rec- the congratulations is Lt. Col. James C. Lindsay, commanding of-
fleer of the MAD. Kline an ANP( ) School may be dispensed with while
chaplain by May 3. ommend officers for active duly student, will be awarded -
an expenses-paid weekend trip. aboard the station, until 1800.
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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS .8 April 1954
K4\WiY S i I c!)! ff IS THIS YOU ?
& YOU MAY BE A
Published every Thursday for Navy aM l Marina ictlxlllei .t Naval Air ': WHITE HAT"cHIEr7:
lUUon. JuckJomllle Fl la- I CATHOLIC \\ ...
Cpt Burnham C. McCcffret NAB..jMkMivllU.. ....Commindlnc Officer Sunday, Mass-0800, 0000 1000- :: :.&' ( ) r .OFFICeR WAVE ,
Comdr. Juhn D. DUtch ...._....._,_.,._>1L _.,.,.?.???..,...,.,..,..l mMh a OfQctrFlel St Edward's Chapel. = 1 '\ ii
t' MARINE OR
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Rear Adm. Otbomt B. trillion ..................Commander Saturday-OJ300.Dajly .
Capt. Howard V. llopklni ..............Chief of :Staff: -0630. \4J CIVILIAN/ : MAN
Capt. Thiy>dore Dahl -" Meet, ... ....Air r,-W'lie.Ele.e._,.., ... ....1LJU. Commander Sunday--0630-Mass at Hospital: A b OR WOMAN:
Comdr. tank D. lleyer -_ -.Chief Staff Officer Chapel. .. "'
N..sl Ale t..ltal. CitrNAKTU = : YOUNG,
Capt. David Mrr.mrt .ii .,..,.._,.. ..Commanding Officer MORMON:
Comdr. Wilson R. BaiUelt._..........?.."....._..__..."_.....-_......._...Executive OfUcerTralalar c BUT BEWAREYOUR
Natal "..pltal 1930 Wednesday NATTCChaplain's -
Capt. Edward S. Lowe .......Commandlnc Officer ACTIONS
Capt. 1... A. Newton ,- .._._. ___Execulhe Officer Office.CHRISTIAN .
BEHIND THE WHEEL
Capt. John L. Counthim.. Commanding Officer SCIENCE1900TuesdayNATTC
Comdr. C Gray Strum.? .. ____ ,...,...K\ecuthe Officer Chap- CAN LABEL YOU AS
The JAX AIR KENS la published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station Iain's Office. THIS STUPID CARELESS CHARACTER
J ck on\lJle. Hot'
.t no expense lo the gw\ "ernment and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev.Nov. PROTESTANT
IMS. t'oplei are rilslilbuicd fur of at the Natal Air Station, the .
Naval Air I Technical Training Center N chllrfr'Resent Training Unit, Natal ,0930-A11 Saints' Chapel. ROLLIN! MAYHEMSO
Air Station I Cecil. Held, and the U. 4. Naval I ,Hospital
I100-A11 Saints' Chapel.
bdltor:: -Andrew 11. Planey ..
Assistant Edllor-Helm Harper: Spoils J1InI''rOl'l1on Robbie. SN; Staff 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel.stMowis.
opoiiw-Jlm man. AN; Ctr cuiallon-Dlsttlbuuon-Irene I 1 SN.
the JAY AIR NEWS I la a member: ot the Armed Forces l"t.r' "n'tce.
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted without
the written. permission of Aimed, Forces Pleas: Ser I lee. Republication of other
matter Editor. JAX."..pt AIIl by NEWS.eolce publlcr-
Editorial offices located Main AdmlnlMiatlon Building Phone extenMoniM84.
216 and 8164.] .
Think Twice Before Getting A Tattoo MOVIES NAMED AT, LAST- Henceforth '
MAINSIDE the jerk driver of NAS It Will Not Be
Jax, created by Marion Ful-
Tattoo Parlors In Their Dingy Spaces Elephant Thursday Walk..Elizabeth. April 8 Taylor will cher,be of known Supply as Rollin department Mayhem Hard To Identify
Friday, April 9 the menace of the road.
Can Spread Hepatitis Other Diseases Miss Robinson Cruso ....... .Geoige Rollin
Credit for his distinctive nom.enclature Mayhem
Nader Amand Blake
I' roes to Comdr. Art
How many times have you heard this: "I don't know why the Saturday, April 10 hur McCarley\ of the NAS Jar I Mopy Dick, now officially chi i listened -
heck: I got this tattoo. I'm sony that I had it done." Donavan's Brains .......Lw Ayres, Medical department. Rollin Mayhem, is not muchof
'tattooing has been customary with naval personnel as long Nancy Davis! a driver, in fact that is the
there has been a Navy It is considered tradition by some. But a'i ATTCENTER : Beware Of whole point of Rollin MayhenVi
we were to bend an ear to the medics who have studied the ,Thursday, April 8 1 existence.
of tattooing, all hands would think twice before having their body I Executive Suite ......June Allyson In case the good drivers at NAS
pierced with electric needles full of ink. I I Barbara Stanwyck I 'Mail Order'Insurance Jax fail to recognize old Rollin,
Friday, April 9 Comdr. Edward Irons, head ot
IN A RECENT REPORT, it was pointed out that operators of Elephant Walk..ElIzabeth Taylor the Automotive Vehicle Safety
tatttoo parlors have not kept abreast of times and techniques. I I Saturday, April 10 Committee, has provided a few of
While physicians, barbers and hospitals have moved from cellars, I Miss Robinson Cruso .. .... ,O oigc Personnel here are urged againto his most distinctive characten
attics and dark corners into cleaner quarters tattoo parlors have Nader Amand Blake refer to the list of insurance tics.
remained in their little dark dingy spaces. They have failed to HOSPITALThursday companies and agents authoiizedby 1. He is known by his habit of
develop proper antiseptic clean techniques. Until these tattoo parlors April ft "flying low" with his foot pressed -
appreciate their position and prepare themselves to accept Guerilla Gill .......Helmut Dentine i the Station before they buy hard on the gas whatever the
modern surgical procedure, the proper corrective action is to stay I Friday, April 9 I policy agreements. traffic or road conditions.
out of tattoo palois. Executive Suite .... June All>'*on, Recently, two Texas insurance 2. lIe thinks a lot of his own
Barbara Stanwyck i companies which had many opinion so is perpetually "Bound
ONCE TATTOOED, a good percentage of Navy men now objectto I Saturday: April 10 i thousands of servicemen as policy ing off," with gestures that take
the ugly spots on the skin. This objection comes as soon as they Elephant)! Walk..ElIzabeth Taylor holders went into the hands of at least one hand off the wheel
realize what they have done. Then these same personnel begin j j receivers, leaving all holders un- 3. .He isn't leally reckless, but
seeking information as to now they can get the tattoo removed. I insured and some beneficiaries he likes to "lead the field," sitting -
lAX AIR NEWS unable to collect benefits.On .
Within the last year, it has been proved statistically that infec- 'I tense and hunched over the
tious hepatitis (yellow jaundice), probably leprosy and syphilis NOW ELEVEN March I, the United Loyds wheel as he pushes ahead of the
have been spread by the lack of proper sanitation in tattoo parlors. I and the United World Life Insur- crowd.
Since men suffering from these diseases lose time and efficiency YEARS OLD'The ance Company, of El Paso Texas, 4. HIS CAR IS usually hung
and in many insTances are surveyed from the Navy; since many tattooed j Jax Air News, growing I went out of business. United together with a string and a
become infected and necessitate treatment or hospital- Loyds furnished on-base auto
areas : with the times, is now enteringIts prayer, as he Just can't keep up
ization, it is time for some change. twelfth year of publication. I coverage on a "mail-order" ba- with the badly wrinkled fenders
sis. Policy holders' have
Published each cars not the dangling exhaust pipe, the
WHEN WE CONSIDER ALL of the factors incident to tattooing, Jax Air News covers the activi- for property dam- sagging bumper and tires with
It leaves a choice between two actions, local medical authorities ties of six commands Naval age date.liability coverage since that the bare, bald spots.
point out: Air Station Fleet Air Jackson- 5. Rollin Mayhem travels a lot,
1.) Bringing tattoo parlors up to surgical standards where the ville, Naval Air Technical I Straight life coverage and en- and is just wild about stickers.
work will be done under supervised technique, only after the individual Training Center, Fleet Air dowment policies were issued by His car. windows are plastered
has had time to consider and recqnsider his wishes to havea Wing Eleven, Naval Hospital the United World company, and with them, indicating his complete
tattoo. and Naval Air Reserve Train. biggest losers will be policy hold- disregard for visabillty,
2.) Bringing the infotmation of prospective clientele that tat ing" Unit. ers whose policies once had cash 6. Naturally Rollin hates being
too pailojs in their present general conditions, are a menace to good The first edition of the Jax value and beneficiaries of insured told off about his bad habits, particularly
health and are a probable vector in the spread of diseases. Air News appeared April 1, members who died after March by cops and other drivers.
"1943. Now as then the 1. The latter will be unable to He may stow the gaff when ac-
II"tlskUj Roller Skating at Skate- newspaper'oS -
I land Reduced Rates goal is to bring personnel costed by a cop but let the
State officials have stated that other guy beware when Rollin
Tuesday, April 13..'To be an- a complete, readable and
I, nounced. entertaining publication. legislature would be asked to loses his temper 1
I Cooperation from all hands tighten laws especially on mail 7. WHEN ROLLIN drivel in
I Wednesday, April (.-6:30: P.M., can make the next year even order insurance business and to heavy traffic, he Is apt to climbon
'Bowling Party at Jack Jones more successful than those of review laws permitting insur- the back of the guy ahead in
Bowling Alley; Sign up by Mon I! his to aiding -
the past. I ance companies to operate with impatience get going,
day on USO Bulletin Board. limited his withno
funds.Applications. bumper at 60 mph
PitsoHHtl arc l iltt'j/fd/ to visit -' -" Idea of the chain-reaction accidents -
the USO Sert'icemen's Club at 1 II[ Reserve Officers Offered II he may set off.
37 W A/OMJOP St., open Jiotn Written Contract Toursboth 8. He Is also a "through" driver,
0930 to M30J non-atop across the country whenon
Thursday, April 8 8:00: P. M., Written active duty agreementsof active and inactive duty I I are particularly desired leave or change of duty sta-
Community Sing with Mary Smithat one to five years duration However, few agreements can be i from unrestricted line offl- tion. Lack of sleep doesn't bother
the piano; 9:15: TM., Melody will be offered to Naval Reserve tendered officers on inactive dutyas I( ceis in the grades of lieutenant him, he says while his car starts
Ballroom, with Chu. Hairis. reductions being made in officer and lieutenant he
officers under the Armed Forces Junior grade es- wavering and wandering as
Friday, April 9 6:30: P. M", Reserve Act of 1952. strength preclude ordering additional -I! pecially Naval aviators, physicians battles with drowsiness.
Cafe Italiano, Spaghetti Supper; officers to active duty except I dentists, allied medical specialist" These ate a few of the trait
8:00: P.M., Record'Dance. Reserve officers desiring agree In case of particular service I nurses'! and from junior identifying Rollin Mayhem, drawn
Saturday, April 10-10:00: A.M., ments must submit a request with need. I officers qualified to perform specialist by Marion J. Fulcher of Supply
Open House all day,; 8:00: P.M., commanding officer's recommen- Terms of agreements will not ex- duties. and Fiscal. If you spot him
Dunce with NAS Jumpin' Jack dation to the Bureau of Personnel tend beyond known date of eligi- Officers involuntarily releasedor around the station, let him know.
Sunday, April 11-10:00: A. M., by May 15. A board will convenein bility for retirement. Officers serv- convenience of the government Rollin loves being a big shot.
Dunking Round Table. Free donuts BuPers to review requests, and ing under obligation may request from active duty prior to the expiration t ,
and coffee; 11:00: A.M, Off recommend agreements, which will agreement only to become, effective of the period of service BC-BS Payments Due
-to Church; 5.00: P.M., Vesper Service become effective during fiscal year on completion of obligated under agreement shall normally Blue Cross-Blue Shield paymentsfor
and refreshment 1055. service. Officers engaged in the be entitled to
one month's pay and the month of April are due and
Monday, April 12-7:00: P.M., Agreement will bt considered TAR program are eligible for consideration allowances] for each year remainIng payable on Monday and Tuesday.
Plug Pong Instruction with Frank from Naval Reserve officers on I for agreements. on agteement.
April : and :13.r .
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8 1954 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three
FREE DOLLAR BILLS-Quite a few lucky people at NAS Jacksonville have added to their
pocket money by being alert. Free dollar bills were being handed to personnel at various depart
menu, by the voice of safety, Charles Able NAS Safety Superintendent for just the answer to 1
DATA IRE one little question: "What is the safety slogan for the month of AprilT" First man to receive a
FROM lucky dollar was Thomas Davey, pipefitter from Public Works who is assigned to 0 & R depart.
ment. Davey (top left photo) accepts the greenback from Able while a fellow worker looks on
enviously. In the center photo Earl Harrington helper AMG of 0 & R (right) gets his dollar
By a recent NAS Notice, all division bill for the correct answer. For knowing the slogan Marjorie Nun] DKSN (right photo), of Supply
officers were requested to department smilingly acepts her dollar. Safety to the top as Mr. Able hands over a
a t Yik safety dollar to Capt. Buraham C. McCaffree (lower left photo) commanding officer of the station,
submit by April 30 their lists of for his correct answer. These scenes were duplicated throughout the station last Thursday and
persons recommended to participate Friday. There will be more of the same greenbacks this week for those who can remember the
In the August 1954 service April sloran: "Keep Your Mind On Safety And Safety On Your Mind.
wide advancement competitive In examinations rating. for New Senior NAVY Chapels Schedule
were advised that only I
those personnel who will have NAS Chaplain S Special ServicesFor I
completed the necessary tlm -in- ,
rate by Nov. 16, 1954, whose per- k Takes OverCapt. Holy Week II '
formance of duty as reflected by ?
the quarterly marks is up to the I
Martell U. Twltchell Traditional services in
required standards and whose The Navy Exchange officer has
progress Indicates that all train _........__..v. "0-__ _w............_ lor chaplain of the Naval Air Station announced that many new and Holy Week of the are Easter being season and
ing course and practical factor requirements since last Sept., will be detached interesting items have been added the Naval Air Station.planned at
will be completed by April 19 to report as senior during the past week at the Exchanges -
June 30 are to be recommended. I SAFETYBox chaplain of the Naval Training and Country Store in Palm Sunday will be celebrated
I The latest In pillows is the 100 St. Edward's Chapel at the
Center at Great Lakes, with ad. 0800, 0900 and 1000 Masses
: Score percent Dacron filled pillow, which !, when
Each: person who expects to par-
ditlonal duty as District Chaplain, is completely washable, odorless, blessing and distribution of palms
ticipate in this Disabling Injuries Throujh
Ninth Naval District. non-matting, mildew moth and will take place.
to contact hi.I
strongly urged Tuesday March 16 I I
division officer or departmental This Month 0 Replacing him as senior chap- dust proof, non-allergic and will The Catholic services at St.
This Year 4 not retain heat or cold. I Edwards: Chapel for Holy Week
education representative to insure plain here is Capt. Herbert P. Mc-
Since Last Another exciting item is the starting the 15th and continuing
that his name is considered in Days Nally who arrived Wednesday from
making up the recommendationlists. ; Lost-Time Accident 11 new "super-speed" coffeemaker. through the 18th will be AS fol.
duty with the Naval Hospital, St. In these new, automatic coffee- lows:
GIRGABOAM Albans, Long Island. Capt. Mc- makers, 8 cups of coffee may be Thursday, April 15: Mass at
Since the results of the February
examinations will not be avail Safety Slogan for April Nally will also serve as chaplainof made in seven minutes or three 0800. Twenty-four hour periodof
able until after such lists are "Keep Your Mind on Safetyand St. Edward's Chapel, relieving I cups in three minutes. adoration Holy[ ] Hour in the
Safety on Your Mind!" There has been a repeat order evening
submitted, personnel who took Lt. Edward J. Dunn who has or-
it on the popular evening bags
Remember this slogan very
part in that examination shouldbe ders to Cecil Field. imported from India. Friday, April 16: Mass of the
means money.Turkish. Pre-Sanctified and
recommended I devotion
again. During Capt. Twitchell's brief New items at the Country Store
centering around the Seven
tour of duty at NAS Jax, he sere Include paint spray kits, chain Last Words in
In addition eax-h potential candidate door fasteners unique coffee service the morning e
Admiral ed as chaplain of All Saint's Protestant with the Stations of the Crossin
for advancement in rating "
set for four, "car-snacs, out.
should take the necessary stepsto Chapel. lie was a member ing kits and picnic kits. the evening
I of the Jacksonville Ministerial Alliance Saturday, April 17 Mass fol-
insure that he will meet the Touring Country II f
qualifications necessary for such I chairman of the Boy Scout BookedFor lowed by the blessing of the '
Troop ((131)) Committee and 'Spring Spasms' Font, Easter Water
advancement. Among these are ; executive and other liturgical
the completion of all required Slates Jax Stop : secretary of the Navy Re- King Hall Stage items of the Church Bit
Navy Training Courses, as well as lief Society. lie also actively sponsored "Spring Spasms," a Variety well as Mass.Confessions. .
the Military and Professional practical Admiral I the All Saint's Protestant Show with a hillbilly motif, will will be held Thur
factor mander-in-chief of the Turkish II I Choir be presented by Naval A i r day and Friday evenings after
There have been several recent Naval forces who is visiting this Lt Malcolm Carpenter will ie- Technical Training Center Spe. devotions and Saturdays at 183().
changes in the station system for country as guest of the U. S. : port April 15 to serve as chaplain cial Services in King Hall on High Mass will be celebratedat
of All Saint's Chapel, coming April 26. 0900 Easter Sunday as well an
the completion of these require- Navy;will make a brief atop
ments, and each candidate is ad- the Naval Air Station April at. here from duty aboard the Bob! Borrower will emcee the 0800 and 1000 Masses.
USS Bushnell. The Protestant
Vised to contact his department the show. Chapel will
education representative in regardto on a flight from Norfolk to Ouan- .. ...,.. .. -. ..... '" have' morning worship at 0930
such changes. Those who have! tanamo Bay, Cuba. I and 1100 on Palm Sunday April
not yet completed all requirementsare The top Turkish Naval officer 11. The Holy Week services will
advised that June 30(), 1954, arrived in Washington; Monday, consist of Maundy Thursday
is the deadline date for comple- Communion Service and a threw
April 5, accompanied by Rear ., ',' hours service'of
tion. devotions on.
Adm. Seref Karapinar, chief of Good Friday centering on the
It's to !
up you Turkish
Operations Department Seven Last Words.
Navy; Capt. Adan Kaynar, Com- Easter Sunday will have Sun
Three From Center mander of Tasklzak Naval Ship- T/ R >-Nye Rise Services at the band*hf'lt
Off For New DutiesTwo yard, Instanbul; Capt. Refet Gural, / ri d'4 L in front of the NAS JVdminh-
tration Building& at 0630.
head of the Training Division, Turkish -
officers with a wide back. Easter Worship in the Protest.
ground of experience in Aviation Navy and Comdr. Celal ant Chapel will be at 0930 and
Electrician's Mate School at Okar his personal aide. liii 1100. Baptismal Service for in.
During their air tour which fanls and children will be con.
NATTCenter, have been detachedto
ends Thursday, April 12, in Washington ducted at 1200.
other assignments.They I D. C., Adm. Altinean and Special musical arrangement
are Lt. Raymond Wall, his party will visit NAS Anacos. will be furnished for the Protestant ..
who left this week for duty at tia; the Naval Training Center, services by the Children'
NATTCenter Memphis and Chief Bainbridge, Md.; NAB Norfolk; and Junior Choir and the' All
Radio Electrician Maclin Crowder the Naval Base at Guantanamo Saints' Chapel Choir.
who departs Friday for Fasron Bay; NAS Pensacola; the Navy .
Three. Lt. Wall has been here 24 Supply Yard at Philadelphia; the Animal Circus Ducats
months and Chief Crowder for 21 Naval Base, New London, Conn; SIGNS OF CARNIVAL-Although the Navy Charity Carnival Tickets to the "Little Animal
months. Commander, Eastern Sea Frontier is not until May 14-15 the wheels of progress must move, far in Circus" to be held at the Gator
Also ordered to report to Fighter and Commander Third Naval District advance of the big project. For weeks now personnel have been Bowl Friday, April 25, are on sala
preparing the years' biggest event. One of the busiest
Squadron 12 at NAS, Cecil New York City, and the crews has been the Kiddleland workshop, located in Building 955, at NAS Special Services Build
Field, is Lt. Dean Miller, assist Naval Academy at Annapolis. where construction on booths and all the background material la Ing 930 The circus Ii sponsoredby <
ant Training officer at Aviation They will be accompanied by well under way The corner lot at the Kiddleland workshop, part the Jacksonville Humane ,So..
Ordnanceman School, Class (A), Comdr. John E. Johnson! and an of of which Is shown above, has already taken on the appearance ol ty with proceed to bt UNd tOG
grounds The Carnival will again .be Ja.UMd la the
He came here from VF-174. Interpreter, three big hangars a new shtlUr.
Page Four JAX AIR NEWS 8 April 1954
Hundley CommendationTo You Can Still Work
Chief Sands While/ / Studying
Phillips Selected Holcomb C. Sands, YNC, has Under GI Bill
been commended for his outstand- The Veterans AdministrationFact
Center Honor Men ing job as chief in charge of the Sheet points out that per-
administrative office, CommanderFleet sonnel who intend to further
A native Saxon was included
4 Air Jacksonville their education under the Korean
the honor selected 5
among men The commendation from Capt. G. I. Bill of 1952> may aug-
from classes at three f
Howard V. Hopkins, Chief of ment their income with .J>ut-
schools at NATTCenter last week
Staff, ComFair Jax, reads: "As side employment without having
Spencer Wooten, a 1950 graduate chief in charge of the administrative it deducted from the allot.
of Landon High School in Jax office you have incurred ted $110 per month.
was named honor student at the the admiration and respect of all The $110 is intended to cover
Aviation Storekeeper School, Class' with whom you have come in contact the cost of tuition, books,
(A), % : Your tireless and efficient and miscellaneous fees. Person
Wooten has been assigned to : application of the knowledge of nel may take part time jobs,
NAS Key West, for duty. \ your rate, and excellent supervi- providing they do not conflict
Marine Pfc Marvin Hundley of .. ; sion of the men assigned, has been with. scholastic schedules.
Brooklyn, N. Y., won honor man ... S.hrb' especially outstanding." The majority of colleges pro
recognition at Airman Prepara Chief Sands :first entered the vide special divisions for vet
tory School, while Richard Phil- Naval Reserve in June 1941. He erans. These divisions will as-
lips, AEAN, was given similar was recalled to active duty in sist the veteran in arranging
honors at Aviation Electrician'sMate ...4.'w vw.. .,s, ... .n .. Sept. 1950, and in July 1952, he his schedules to provide ade-
School. enlisted in the regular Navy. At- .quate time for outside employment -
C01\ll\IENDED-Capt. Howard V. Hopkins, Chief of Staff,
tached to ComFair Jax since May if
led a class pf 113 with necessary.
Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville (right) congratulates llolcomb I
an average of 92.81 at AN (P) Sands, YNC, Mho received a commendation. Sands was cited for 1951, he recently received ordersto If they so desire, personnelmay
School. A graduate of Adelphi his outstanding job as chief in charge of.the administration office. the USS Diamond Head. also work one year, then
Academy, Brooklyn, and Rensel- go to school one and alternate
lear Polytechnic Institute, Hund thusly until completion, provided -
VF-62, Fasion 109, VP-18, VF-174 Fasron Six, FAW-11 VP-16 I
ley has been transferred to NATT- It does not overrun the dead- ,
Center, Memphis. line for :finishing the education.
Phillips joined the reserves )Jn Scouting Jacksonville Area SquadronsFasron
1931 I and came on active duty in
October 1953. 109! Center PO
Tim L. Sweeney, AMAN, was wife Jane. The tike, christened
All divisions are brushing up married to Cecile Laurin of Jax! David Marc, is the Lanier's third Honors Go
Are You Ready? on last minute details in preparation -
lad Saturday. child. Victor J. Cleplinski, AD2,
of the Operational Readiness
and wife Frances, announce the
Swimming Pools Inspection April 8 by CFAW-11. To MangononThis
VF-l n arrival of their third child, Richard -
Official word has been passed I
Open Next WeekSure Most\ celebrations are caused by I Allen, born March 19. ArthurL.
verifying a change of command b the 25th in the Naval
signs of summer-Five births, marriages or promitions. Brown, AA, and wife Edwar- (
Inspection on April 14. The inspection -
Air Technical Training Center's
outdoor swimming pools here The latter theme incited VF-174's dine, are parents a 7 lb., 13 oz.
will Comdr. Holland
will open on or about April 15, see most recent "get together." Per- baby boy born March 7. The Pdty-Olltcer-o-the-Wtek series -
L. Hastreiter relieve Comdr. William -
Special Services departmentsat sonnel assembled to honor the youngster, named Danny Roland, ).
NAS and NATTCenter have C. Hartmann as skipper. 'Hell Razor's" commanding officer is the Brown's first child. From the place of enlistment,
James Carmichael, AOC, coachof
announced. on his recent promotion to the Continuous good work and lead- Subic Day, Philippines, to Shop
last year's softball team and
The Officers' Club pool will assistant coach of the 1954 NAS rank of commander. ership in the Jet Shop earns Willie Stores Office, Building 550,
open on or about April 18. Jax varsity baseball team, has During intermission of a softball W Godwin, ADI, from Sidon, NATTC is quite a distance, especially -
At present, all pools are un- been transferred to VP-21 at Pa- doubleheader Comdr. George Miss., serving his second tour with if its'Ia Iceland and
II. Suit was presented his "scram- the squadron, the distinction as
dergoing final repairs. At the tuxent River, Md. Korea.
bled eggs" hat and shoulder this week's "White Hat of the
of the outdoor
opening pools, Several new names were addedto
the indoor pool\ in Building 614 the squadron's roster. They are: boards. Week" lie enlisted in the Navyin r w I precisely
at NATTCenter will be closed Thomas Bell, A03, William Wil- Lt. Joe P. Moorer returned after 1940. He was aboard the USS the distance
for approximately two weeks kinson, AMI, seamen James F. spending one month at the Fleet Lexington (CV-2) at the time of this
for repairs. Baker, Larry R. Bateman, AustinM. Air Gunnery Unit in El Centro, its disastrous attack in May 1942. week's petty
The outdoor pools at NATT- Bass, Don N. Gallagher, GlennW. Calif. Lt. Moorer's name will longbe Following a short recuperation pe- officer Al Man-
Center will be open for Instruc- Fox, Alonzo E.. Johnson and remembered at the school and riod, Godwin served the remainderof gonon, SKI ,
tion from 0800 to 2300 and Richard D. Morgan, AN. perhaps included in general con- the war on board the USS traveled before
. for swimming and recreation C versation. lie hit one banner dur- Barnes (CVE-20)), reporting for
from 1100 to 2030 daily, NATT- VF63Fourteen ing gunnery practice with 64.5:> S I= duty in the
Center Special Services has re new "Gladiator" pilots percent of his "ammo" to breakall FAW11In I Center in May
vealed. qualified in carrier landings single banner records in the a major manpower switch Mangonon 1952.
All pools will remain closed aboard the USS Coral Sea last history of FAGU. He scored 129 this week, two men left the Wingas To fill in the details, Magonon I
until 1200 on Sundays. week. After intensive :field car hits from his F9F-7 loaded with four logged aboard: John W. enlisted in Jan. 1946 in Subic Bay,
rier landing practice each pilot 200 rounds of ammunition Olinger, ADC, left for VP-7 at Philippines, reported for duty at !
made 20 successful arrested land- S Quonset Point, R. I., while Allen the Naval Operating Base, Ice- I
You Still ReportTo ings.Ten 1'asron Six B. Jung, PN2, finally got sea duty land; thence to the transport USS I
"veteran" Gladiators each Fasron's officers, under the -aboard the USS Albany (CA- President Hayes; Naval Subma I
made six "tail hook" landings pitching of Rembrandt B. Snyder, 123)) at Norfolk, Va. rine Base, Pearl Harbor, T. H.; I
Draft Board aboard the Coral Sea to qualifyin won the squadron's Softball title New arrivals include: Elvin E. seagoing watertender USS Pasig; I
the refresher course. Markingthe for 1954 by defeating the White Hacker, SN, from Carrier Air and in Japan and Korea the Ammunition !
After SeparationPersonnel second time that "touch and Hats Friday, 1513. In a previous Group 8, NAS Oceana, Va.; Ken Auxiliary USS Rainer
go" landings were conducted on slugfest, the "Brass" whitewashedthe neth D. Hamberger, SN, from VP8 prior to his reporting here for
being discharged are the flat top's huge flight deck, Chiefs, 2312. Glen Walter was Quonset Point: Ronald N. duty.
all qualifying pilots made 5 "touch on the mound for the White Hats. Brown SN from
reminded that although they and Rudolph staff and the students in the FA W-
completed their tour of active and go" landings prior to arrested A 6 lb., 3 oz. baby boy was de- F. Baumann, SN, also from 11 radio school will mix it up at
duty. they. must still report to their( landings. livered March 29 by executive officer VP-5, NAS Jacksonville. a stag party tomorrow 1130-1830,
Officially recognized as a mem
; Lcdr. Samuel L. Lanier and Enlisted and officers of the at the recreation field, Cecil Field.A .
local Selective Service ber of Air Group Ten, the Gladia
ball between enlisted
receive revised classification and tors, commanded by Comdr. Lewis 'game men
and officers is the feature.
Draft ..tatus.It W Jenkins, will deploy for a five special
week period aboard the Coral Sea Capt. Theodore O. Dahl, Wing
upon discharge, personnelare sometime in May. Another cruise Commander, flew to Norfolk this
still of draft age they may will be made on the Coral Sea week to attend a series of con-
be placed in Class 'C. If person- sometime in July. ferences in preparation for a forth-
nel are released to inactive dutyin r S coming Atlantic Fleet exercise. Ac-
a reserve component they will ATM .. t companying him are Comdr. John
be placed in Class 1C (Reserved). Five new men reported aboard: i "?." '. W. Crowe, Lcdr. John H. Burton,
However, if after completing three Freeman E. Hicks, AL2; RichardL. ... ..<; :t ; Lcdr. Frank J. Pawela, Lt, JoelE.
full years of active duty since Stowe, AOAA; Tarleton E. ;,! \i1! Ross and U.'Harry D. Roberts.
June 20, 1948, personnel will be Bowles, AOAA; Munroe L. Bain, r '. "; $I. *
placed in Class 4A, and declared SH2 and Alfred P., Janson, YN2. ..." .. ... VIM6
exempt, with the exception of per- About to don civilian attire .
are: I- Arthur W. Selbert, A01, of Milwaukee -
sonnel enlisting on or after July Robert W. Gates, AN; Melvin B ..'. ':....:..>-. ... '" T has been named "White
19, 1954. These will be transferred Swails, PN3; Wallace L. Williams, ..;.........,.c., ,....'.... .. .f'.'" .' : Hat of the Week" of VP-16. The I
to the inactive reserve component AMAN; Lloyd T. King, AMS1, and '.: .. ." \, award is made by the squadron
for a period of four years. Joseph A. Tomasini, AMAN. : .. ..,' recreation committee what judges
Also listed under class 4A are Robert D. Hageman, YN3, Ed- .. candidates tortechni_ ?ability, on-
those who have at least 90 day die C. Holmes, ADI, and Fred the-Job efficiency and general all
of active duty between Dec. 7, Woods, ADI, have been transferred around performance of duties.
1941, and Sept. 2, 1945, or twelvemonths to Fasron 9 at NAS Cecil MEDAL CEREl\IONY-Capt. John L. Counihan, commanding Seibert has been attached to
of active duty between Field. Grayden P. Kelley, ADC, officer of NARTU Jax, presents eight Good Conduct Medals at VP-16 since 1951. He has :fourteen
Sept. 16, 1910 and June 24, 1948. who has served more than thirty the monthly inspection Receiving medals were (left to right) years of Naval service. He wa
in Uncle Sam's will Maurice Green Jr., ADI; Josef Juvik, ALl; Arthur Lepassef, AOC
In either case, the local Board years Navy, ; graduated from Boys' Technical
Charles Nurse ATI
Julius Rebman ADI
; ; A. Q. Taylor, AD2;
hould be promptly notified. report to the UPS Coral Sea. Arnold Trent, ADC, and Harry Trubshaw, ADI. High School in Milwaukee.Wooten .
19"5'4' JAX-AIR NEWS Page Five
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DISNEY DECOR Using! original characters from Walt Disney !
productions, Edmund Robins, AN, of NAS Special Services, t55 LI back
creates a story book atmosphere on the walls of the Navy Wives :
Nursery. Here Robins puts the finishing touches on the "Hey Did will con-
dle Diddle" panel, one of 23 murals he has painted for the young- REMEMBER DOPEY?-A popular Disney scene is dog toward
sters. Robin's mural on "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs'.
the scene where the dwarfs return home to find Snow
Tots Take To Disney their bed. Easily recognizable are Dopey, Sneezy, Bashful,
py, Doc, Happy and Sleepy. the rest '
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Book ,., :,. : over in
Story Atmosphere rjt
.. ...-:." a bull
Makes Hit At '\Ry .,.:. ''.. ,. ;,, : : b car:
NurseryThe ,_,."" .r.1.l.. .ft, (!.!-hI'. :: .. ., p daugh-
young folks at the Naval Air Station Nursery are de. 'i home with
lighted with their new wall decor, straight from the pages of the ;'s;., : ::,
Walt Disney Mother Goose book. <: led yet.
Some months ago, Edmund A. Robins, AN, of the NAS Special :: .
Services department, started the project of adapting Walt Disney's his young
original characters in mural form on the Nursery walls. of teaching
I [ ] instructor
LIFELIKE IN SIZE, resplendent in colored oils, and memora- > t.t' in his
ble of nursery rhymes and cartoon pictures, the murals feature in his
such well-known figures as Pinocchio, Papa Gepetto, Figaro, Snow "I'll now
White and the Seven Dwarfs, Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Pluto, legs were
Dumbo, Goofy, Bugs Bunny, Donald and Daisy Duck, and others. deaf to
The paint for the murals, which took ten weeks to complete, !
was donated by the wives of officers, representing all commands. it did so
> the pro-
THERE ARE 23 panels in all. In the playroom, there are five legs
6x6 feet cartoon scenes and one 6 x 25 feet scene, featuring all the to
various farm animals. Seventeen nursery rhyme scenes decoratethe monthly'I didn't
walls in the Infants' department. S
Robins, a commercial artist, studied at the Montgomery Junior } the Red
College, Silver "Springs, Md., and at the Ccvncran School of Art, i5 i5l That if
Washington, D. C Prior to entering the service, he worked as an l legs he
illustrator at the Naval Hydrographic Office, Suitland, Md. !
Permission to reproduce the murals in the Jan Air News was
granted through the courtesy of Walt Disney Productions. tiled of
716 J Windows Broken Reveal Special "PUSSY CAT"-Young art critics survey the series of shop and
which fill the walls of the infants department at the } house com-
Since First of Year; Passover ServicesFor Frankie Cook, son of T ISrt, and Mrs. Paul Cook, and Linda to
stengal. daughter of Robert Bohnstengal, ADI, and Mrs.
Blamed personnel of Jewish faith gal, enjoy the nursery rhyme scene "Jack Be Nimble" and
Of late, there has been an the Passover will be observed In sy Cat, Pussy Cat, Where Have You Been" Permission something
abnormal amount of window the Jacksonville Reformed, Con- Disney lish this Productions.photograph and the two above, was granted .
breakage in the vicinity of the servative, and Orthodox Jewish taking his!
mainside barracks. Wild pitches Congregations with special serv-
and run-a-way footballs account ices during the week from April Options You Accept Tells he strolled
for most of them. 11 to April 25. .
A total of 116 windows have The Chaplain's] Office has an- asked
been broken since the first of nounced that it has a supply] of How Much Survivors GetThis you were
the year, as many as 12 in reservation cards for personnel ?"
one barracks. desiring to attend a Passover Se- "but the
in series articles explaining the / "
Personnel have been askedto der. Interested personnel are ask- ( '" the last a of there!
Serviceman's Annuity Plan) .
restrict their athletics to the ed to contact the Chaplain's] off-
Washington (AFIS-The) big question for many to
designated areas for sports, and ice, extension 425.
signs have been posted over the .. Serviceman's Annuity Plan is "How much will it cost me
much will my survivors receive?
doorways between the barracksas -
Chief Alcorn Departs determine how month,
a reminder.. Several factors I Each individual has a dies. If
much you pay and how much. at
After 23 Years lar case. Let us look before
your survivor will receive: I
Metal Society Meets Jacksonville, often referred to 1)) Whether you retire for retained
E-7 SAM BROWN
W. Frank Voorkes, Technical as the mother-in-law of the Navy, physical or non-physical reasons. reasons other than ( to $159.76
welcomed another Fleet Air Jack- 2)) Your age at retirement.S .
Assistant with Turco Products, ability, after May 1, the case
I sonville sailor to her bosom when ) Your wife's and/or your
Inc., Atlanta, Ga., will be the I Gordon Alcorn, AOC, transferredto youngest thUd's age at your retirement 42 years old, his wife is
' guest speaker of this month'smeeting inactive duty this week. has over 22 years' after
gross retainer pay of $
of the American Society Attached to Fasron Six, he has I I 4)) -The options you select and month. other
I for Metals. served for 23 years. Chief Alcorn the amount elected. at the
I Drown takes Options is 51) ,
Naval Aviation since 5)) -The amount of age
I The meeting will be held April has been in your grossretired
Four and elects to give One with
j ]12at 1930, in the Seminole Hotel. January 1931. pay.
one-half of his reduced his wife.
pay. That is his gross is $544.64.
I .I Seek Extension Deadline Date For Contingency Option Act .II minus the cost of of) com
Long-time career servicemenmay Since the system of providing may t>>e lost to many the plan. The "reduction Capt.
be given another 6 monthsto annuities for survivors The extension will apply on- -found in the will pay '
decide if they want to par from deductions from retired ly to those on active duty with tables multiplied by the fund.
ticipate in the contingency op- pay is entirely new to the 18 years of service behind them, retired pay is the amount uced re-
tion system. Defense has ask- American military, Defense be- withheld from his month.
ed Congress to move\ the dead- lieveS' that the men involved but would not be granted to tainer pay. dies, his I
line date from April 30 to November have not had sufficient time to those retired before November In Brown's case this (O,5i pet-
1 of this year. study the plan, and the benefits 1, 1953. I to J1467 per month. His'! or dies
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Page Six JAX AIR NEWS 8 April 1954
AII-Slar Till To CloseBoys' ,r. ;..d+ '"o-.: :. ..4i IM Softball Sets
Bosebull Comp i ,. : MondayAn
Youngsters will have their moment of glory at Mason organizational meeting forall
Field Saturday morning as the cry "Play Ball!" is heardat ; ; l units interested in entering
the fifth and final session of the sixth annual Jax-Navy : rv 4 ( Mainside intramural softball
Boys' Baseball Training Camp. competition will be held Monday,
Two 19-man squads will square! mer and Rodney Williams John f April 12 at 0900 at Special Services -
off in the annual all-star gameat a
Moraski, Jack Lee and Paul Building 930.
0930 in the climax of thisyear's
ouchton will hurl for the National Entry blanks have been sent to
camp. Camp participantshave
loop.In all squadrons and station activi-
been girding for the big
terminatesthe the outfield for the AmerIcans ties with hopes of having approximately -
event which annually
will be James Turner and 20 teams entered in com-
Prizes diamond await school.many of the Bobby Ray Williams, left; Andrew : ;., petition this season.
youngsters who, in addition, will Varnes and Bobby Oliver, kP1i Among important questions to
receive free to Jackson- center, and Alfred Knowles and be discussed are! Number of
ville Braves' passes baseball game Thomas Lee, right field. _,,_.,..-__......"_ '............ .-:.--..-._,_........"" ....... ,..._......, ,v. ,. ...........A_.. rounds to be played, purchase of
Lineups Announced For the National League squad JUNIOR SLUGGER Getting a few licks in before the eyes trophies, paying of umpires and
it will be Warner Looney and of coaches and instructors at the fourth session of the Jacksonville- furnishing of equipment.
Last Saturday's session was Nary Boys' Baseball Training Camp is Robert Parrlsh from Pan
the briskest of the year, with the Brice Smith, left; Pete Carter ama playground. Behind the plate is Brian Carroll. In the background League play Is expected to get
youngsters realizing an all-star and Jerry Carter, center, and in civilian attire are Jacksonville Braves Len Morrison underway Monday April 19, witha
at stake. Jax Navy in- Dickie Fleming and Freddie Hendrix (center) and Shorty Long (right), who were on hand to aid in schedule to be drawn intramural
berth was up by -
the instructions. The camp closes Saturday with the annual all-
structors put the finishing right. star fraT director Frank McCaf
touches on notes that had accu- Around the infield for the frey sometime next week.
mulated throughout the four American loop will be Robert t
Parrish and Jim Carroll at first 'ifli
sessions.On hand> to aid with instruct base; Bill McKenny and Monty '.v ( ANP( ) School
tions were Jacksonville Braves' Crook, second; Duane Kilby and
Outfielder Len Morrison and In- Jimmy Seaward at third and at Takes Center
will be Robin Christyand
fielder Shorty Long. Camp
coach Frank McCaffrey was David Bell.Drentwood. I Keg CrownFive
highly pleased with the final Leads I
week of practice. For the opposition it will be keglers, with a sixth yet
McCaffrey has released line- Gussie Stathis and Bobby Ek at
to be chosen, will be
ups for the two all-star teams for i the initial sack; Bobby Wood and representing
Saturday's seven-inning tilt The Robert Ivey, second; Dale Kirk- Jax Navy in the Sixth Naval
squads consist of two boys at ham and Michael Allen at third vp.18In Forefront Of District Bowling Championshipsat
each position, plus three pitchersfor and Allen Jones and Jack Pur- Key West next week.
each squad. dom at shortstop. The five chosen Include Tiny
Six Pitchers Receiving duties for the National Iron Man Trophy RaceIt I Wilhorn, MAD) Carl Sistrunk,
Dividing mound duties tot the I League will be handled by NATTCenter John
American League squad will be James Moraski and Ernest Carroll ;
Charles Anderson, Ronald Fee- while Robert Bondurant and will take an all-out drive by the remainder of the Kernodle, ANP( ) School; Jim
Joe Tanner will catch for the field to )keep VP-18 from claiming the first )leg of the new Wells, VC-62, and Jack Lucov-
Training Tables American loop. Iron Man Trophy when the semi-annual announcement is sky, NAS Supply,
Among the playgrounds represented made in August. The award is symbolic of Mainside sports Led by Sistrunk's 539, ANP( )
are: Panama, Norwood, supremacy: School clinched the NATTCenter
Possibility For Lake Shore, Brentwood, St. Nich- --fh Patrolmen, with firsts in bowling championship this week
Iron Man Standings:
las Kooker, Lackawanna, basketball and winter bowling with
I VP-18 .. .....,,,,,,.....,....2550/ a 3.1 victory over AE
Center Athletes Springfield. Jax Beach, South- hold a comfortable 1,000-point Patron Six)\ ........ .......*,,..,1KO! School.
Woodstock,, Hospital ,...... ......,. .... .14HO
side, Gyen Myra, lead over second-place Fasron Six. .? .. .. .. While the
and plans new to sportsat Fairon 109 ,... .. ,. .ISM: Preps were winning,
Ideas Green Cove, Tallulah and Willow A new trophy i. being displayedthis Supply ... .. .. ...,.,.. .. .... .1235 AO
NATTCenter were presentedfor VK-62 .................. .. ..1110l'Prs"nnei School knocked over second-
Branch. year, the original having been ....,........... ... ..10HOVC6J MAD with win
place a 3.1 Billy
submission to the TrainingCtnter' retired the Banshees via four .. .. ., ., .. .. ...... .. ... %
Athletic Council at a by Overhaul A Repair .............. 800 Waterman had a 503 series for
straight wins. Operations ................ ...., 703
meeting of varsity sports coaches IM TABLE TENNIS Com Fair Jax ... .. ....... ..... KioVAtt the Gunnies. .
Officials Earn Points .,..... .. SCM1FAETU
and advisors last week. SLATED AT CENTER ..... ...n.n..n..........t'I.. ... !MOVFZJ The Preps will meet VP-18,
In the proposals, yet Iron Man points are ...........to ....... ...... MO. Mainside champions, probably in
Included Entries for the Intramuraltable only to teams completing a hed- VF-41 .. .. ..n.. ............... 470
to be acted upon by the Athletic V1M6 .. ..... ......,... ... 370 I two[ weeks, after completion of
tennis i tournament atNATTCenter ule.. Each individual, uplO the Communication .........,..... 3U3
Council, is the scheduling of tour- will be acceptedfrom roster limit, wins 10 points for his VP-5 VW-4 .. ...................... 280! the Sixth Naval District event.
ing teams such as major league Monday thrcugh Thurs- team, but individuals must take NAimr n..n..2)0:::::::::::,, ::::::::::: ifioFAWll Five NATTCenter bowlers will
ball clubs, prominent boxers, ten- ..... ............ IfiflPiev. l take part in the Florida State
day according to Ensign Matt part in 50% of scheduled games. Medicine ...... ........ 150;
nis stars, swimmers, etc., for exhibition Men acting in the capacity of of- VF-174 .. ...... .... .I......... 140<] Tournament at the Springfield
Kurilich a physical training V-l 14(1Special (
showings here. train- officer at the Center. ficials for scheduled games gain 'S evices r i .':.:.:::::::::::::: 130: Alleys Saturday night
It was suggested that a Singles and doubles are planned 10 points for their respective units. Members of the team are Carl
Ing table for athletes in special for the event. Entrants First leg of the trophy can not Jax Thinclads Sistrunk, Navy; Tiny Wilhorn.
category be established Hereto- must register by divisions and be won until the completion of Lou Proto, John Kernodle and
fore, athletes have eaten at regu- points earned will be applied this spring's schedule of softball Tommy Thomson, Marines.
lar chow tables but a training Defeated ByHurricanes .
towards the Captain's Trophy.
It was pointed out, wouldfit
menu Tables for will be put
better Into contests where certain Friend: "Who introduced you to
pre-game foods could be up in the gym, Building 513, your wife!"
served. April and play 20. will begin Tuesday, Chief: "We just met. I'm not Back home from a stunning 107- PI Cherry Point
Another Important step was the blaming anyone." 41 defeat at the hands of the University ,
establishment! of a pre-season get- -- .. of Miapil& Hurricanes, the I
For Win No. 7
together of department heads and Jax Navy track team plays host :
roaches so that high level officers IF to the soldiers from Fort Jackson
The Jax Navy varsity golf
of each division could be Saturday at Lackawanna Play-
team, roiling in high won
with the gear
made better acquainted i field. First event is at 1400.
its seventh match of the year by
athletic activities personnel The Jax cinder artists placedin
defeating Parris Island and Cher-
under their supervision. of the 14-event
only seven pro-
5 ry Point in a triangular meet
gram against the Hurricanes although -
over the beautiful ParrU Island
AOA( ) School Takes two bright spots emerged links.
from the meet.
Jax Navy ended with 25 points,
Softball Opener Fred Nelson's victory! in the I II
Cherry Point got 11 and Farrto
>. broad jump with a leap of 21 feet,
Rallying to overcome a seven-
.fi I Island was last with nine.
run lead and aided by home 'rV 7& Inches, copped first place.
runs from the bats of Roy Wen- The former Monterey, Calif., ath- Comdr. Frank Ileyer led the
set and Jimmy Clark, Aviation lete, who has a scholarship pend- winners with a sub-par 69. Hey
Ordnanceman Class A Schol defeated ing from the University of South- rr recorded a fabulous! back
nine with two eagles, birdie!,
First Lieutenant-Specia 1P < ern California, also earned a tie a
for third and two part over the! first five
Services in the opening softball place high jump
game of the NATTCenter intra 1Pf with Pat Devaney, NATTCenterPost holes
Office. Nelson Is a :Marine Other Jax: Navy scorers were
Tex Goodson hit a homer for from Aviation Electrician's Mate Bob Wallace, 72; Bill Scarbroughand
twirling r School. Ed Barnes, 76 and Lew Chaff
the losers in addition to
!' M' Coach Jerry Hargis has soundedthe with a 77.
tocsin for field events men A four-man
In other games, Airman Pre- squad-consisting
paratory School lost to AGO -.U" i,. l. Anyone wishing to turn out is urgently of Scarbrough, Barnes, Comdr
School in a free-hitting setto, 20- WITH SOFTBALL NINE-Two heavy hitters with the NATT- requested to do so. A full Heyer and Charles Summitt-wlll
defeated by Center varsity softball team are Dick Engstrom (left) of AN (P) week of practice was on tap this represent Jax Navy In the fifth
10. Personnel was School and Chuck Gollaher of Naval Air Weapons School. The week to get ready for Ft. Jack annual Pensacola Invitation
Aviation Electrician's Mat e team Is entered in the Jacksonville City League and opens play: .
son. Tourney this weekend
School, Cass_ ;B, 104. Monday .
8r11 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven '
Station Links .,._ ..d Three Jax Navy Mittmen
Event Enters I
Third RoundIn II I Win In 6ND TourneyA
a highlight match of second trio of Jax: Navy boxers leave this weekend for the
round play in the station golf Eastern Navy Quarter-Finals at Norfolk with sights set on
championship tournament, defend winning: their way l into the Eastern Navy Finals to be held
Ing champion Bob Wallace found _at_ King Hall. April. 22.
his way Into further competitionby The boxers won the right to the
eking out a 1-up, 19-hole victory Quarter-Finals by winning their Jh
over Charles Summltt I last bouts In the Sixth Naval District '>
weekend. I Championships at Green, Cove
Favorites continued running Springs last week.
close to form, with such linksteia The mittmen are Lou Espinosa,
as Bill Scarbrough, Lew Chaff, 125-pounder from NATTCenter 4yy t.It .
Bill Barrow and Comdr. Frank Special Services; Freddie n a I' ,
Heyer all advancing in championship I 132-pounder from NATTCenter
night play. Commissary, and Clarence "Cal"
Doc Mabry, Capt. Theodore Callow-ay, 139 pounds, from NAT
Dahl, Ed Koibel and Phil Page ---- -- TCenter Special Services.
LEFT HOOK-Lou Espinosa (right) lax Navy 125-pounder I I I
won second round ,matches in second OU Three' Kayo
a the chin of Millard Howe of Green Cove Navy dur-
flight competition, while Ken Ing heated action in last week's Sixth Naval District Boxing Tour. Pensacola won the team trophy
Coleman and Chuck Schoder chalked nament. Espinosa went on to win a split decision to earn a spot in In the three-day event at Green
up third flight wins. Eastern Quarter-Finals competition in Norfolk. Two other Jar Cove with 35 points while Jax
I men ;also won berths to Norfolk. Notice the head protectors, used
In Blind Bogey play, Comdrs.Heyer for the first time.Fliers Navy was second with 29. Fen-
and Wallace shared low 1 sacola's Rocky Plant, 156" pounds, to
gioss honor! Saturday with 74, won the outstanding boxer award.
while Summitt copped Sunday's Down Tallahassee Calloway went every way in his
prize with a 71. The magic number three bouts in the tourney, scoringthe
Saturday was 75, matched by trio of victories by the knockout
With loute. Combining l lethal 1 m___ ._. __ ....._ ____..___
Phillip Flynn ((85.10)) Story-Book Finish I II
punches in both fists, the Jax
Three golfers shared Sunday's KAYO ARTIST Clarence
scrapper showed plenty of power
number 80. Pete Salvus Calloway, 139-pounder from
Off the starting block like a woeful lamb, the Jax Navy both to the head and body, NATTCenter Special Services! ,
Mrs. John Irrabino ((104-24)() and
Fliers finished the month of March like the proverbial jungle Espinosa forged ahead in the breezed through the 6th Nil
W. C. Scott ((102-22)) were the meet via the knockout
king with a satisfying 13-9 win last week over the Tallahassee 125-pound division, combining a boxing :
trio. route, scoring three KO's in
I Rebels of the Class B Florida International League at southpaw stance with the orthodox three bouts. He recently returned -
the losers' Centennial Field. style to earn a pair of deci from Korea.
Weekend Tide Table Down 7-1 after six innings, the sions.
Fliers the bases, with Neely sending in Jefferson Loses Na\y, won unlit derision over Marshall -
put on a dazzling: scoring! Mansfield, Cecil Held.
A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. spurt with four run in the seventh two men with his third hit of the Mass, content in earlier bouts to 1 19 pounds Clarence Galloway
Fii.I 12:28 1:00 7:02 night. Coughlin batted in Bill I l Sax Navy ko'd Ralph' Redman, "'*rvacol
: : : .
and eight in the final frame. let his opponent do the leading, ,*. 1.55: (1).
Sat 1:31: 2:06: 8:13: Rice, who had walked, and Neely. shifted from his counter-punching 147 pound*-Xlel 5'a rd. Pennarola.
The nightcap game of a two- won unanimous decision over James
Sun. 2:37 3:12 9:22 for the fourth and fifth runs of tactics in his final bout with CecilField's I MsCarley+ Cecil Field
: : : game setto with powerful I 156: Robrit'
the inning, pounds- Plant Pennanla. -
Is Ft.1 ( won iinnnlmoiifl dcrlnlon over
Meade on dock for today
j A miscue by leftflelder Chuck Surprising to many fans was the Don Homer, (;iern Cove Navy
1600 at Mason Field. Camp 165 poundi Sam rhaffln. Penearo-
1954 Sally League Tuttle on a ball hit by Beasley allowed kayo of Roy Jefferson, Florida ll, ko'd (;H Uuiterai' Green tc\e;
art comes here for a weekend I 1'y, a:32 (1)).
stand Saturday and Sunday. Coughlin to scamper home. AAU and Golden Gloves heavy 178 pounds-Thoodore More" Cecil
Lidliffer TuesdayThe Need Outfield Help j Beasley then pilfered third and weight champion. "Jeff" had, the Johnson Flfld..: '(J"axbf.a default. (Johnson o\er James had a
I raced in after first sacker Conk right idea in boxing Walter John- sprained. wrist from an mauler\ )1(1111.)
1954! Sally League baseball The locals will have to throw heavyweight Walter Johnnon.rtnucoln.
Merrlwether fumbled on a pick-off son of Pensacola, bouncing and Roy Jelfe/wm, J.."
reason officially opens in Jacksonville I their big guns at this pair of Army I play aimed at cutting down Wol. like a lightweight 11'11\.2:29' Team :scores Ii).:
Tuesday night when the I nines and also against the Cherry oszyn, who had walked, at first However, Johnson cornered him
league champion Braves tackle Point Marines, in these parts fora base against' the ropes just before the Tram lo."IH"
I'M1I1'I'Olo Navy. . . .. :!
Savannah at the :Myrtle Avenue two-game stand Monday and Woloszyn scored the final run first round ended and his heavier J.* . .. .. .. ..... .. ittVrll I
ball pack Tuesday.The weight and longer reach dropped Field . ...........,, ,. I 13
as a result of the fourth Rebel Green Core<< Nay .......,.,..... 10Key
The Jacksonville club will play I Fliers, with a 5-7:') record, miscue of the inning Blackstock Jefferson with a crashing i left I Went :-'Y; ... .. ...,4
four exhibition contests prior to hook -- .. -. ..
face the immediate future with a ((1-01) earned the win after relieving I -
opening day, with a two-game I rather acute manpower shortage Merle Gunnel In the sixth. The results: I
series net with the Jacksonville I Outfielders Don Teator and Cor- 112 pound-Donald Htiwnid., Penoiirol.i Eastern
-- - ---- --- --- Navy
I won by default Iruni Abner
Beach Sea Birds tonight and Sat. die North have been transferred, llutihln. limn ('01 t' Navy,
Two From VA-45 119 pounds Altn Keith PermitPoU. -
urday night, I along with Ira Abelson who left tkod Robeit Anftlln, Jax Nay,
Tomorrow night, the Braves 55 urtondi (3)).
the scene earlier. With Varsity 9 125 pound Lou Kgplno: ( Jax Boxing Show
play the Colorado Spiings Sky Nay, won spill decision over Mil-
artist Glenn Green Is
Backstop Two men from VA-45: Fleet laid Howe; Green COM" Nu\y.
Sox of the Class A Westein also lost to the squad, having received Air Jacksonville gquadion, are 112: pound! Kicddl! HHKH, jux.
League, while a return game with transfer orders The Fliers
seeing service with the Jax
the Columbia Reds, also of the are currently only skin deep In Navy varsity baseball nine I Southern Trip On Here April 22
Sally League, is slated for. Sun- fielders, Injuries to any seriously this season. **
day afternoon. All exhibition I Tap For NetmenThe
the club's chances fora
threatening An infielder and pitcher represent Top mittmen of the Atlantic
games will be In the local park.
Tickets for Braves games can successful year tho Blackbirds -on the Jax Navy tennis squad Fleet and Eastern Naval Dish'ittactivIties
be Any Interested candidate i Is diamond, while the ComFairJax faces three opponents away from
purchased at Donaldson'sMen's will tangle In a huge
asked to report to Coach Frank staff is also implemented home this month. (
Store at $1.25 each. McCaffrey any day at 1600 at Mason by a moundsman. The racquet men meet Georgia one night boxing how, Thurs.
Field. Men are asked to bring From ComFair Sax unit are Tech at Atlanta Monday, April 19; day April 22 at NATTCenter'sKing
Rods andNimrods their own equipment for all try- the following: University of Miami, at Miami on Hall when the Eastern
outs. Ralph Nielsen, 3b. AN, VA-45 April 24, and the University of, Navy Boxing Championships
Bradley Double Walter Gaida, p, A03, VA-45 Florida at Gainesville, April 28. (All-Navy Semi Finals) are .
The next home is scheduled '
*__ The situation looked gloomy Anthony game held.
With all the mild sunshiny l Tuesday at the Capitol City with Zarcaria. ., p .?.. ,JOS.V FAt Saturday, May 1, against the First event on the ten-bout
weather that graced this area over Rebel hurler Joe Barry coasting Stetson University Hatters. card is slated for a 2000 beginning .
the past weekend, It was thought along with a smooth six-hit Job '; '- with weigh-ins set for that
that biting.the But finny, it creatures just wain't would so, according be. for the stronger first six by the frames moment.and getting r ;< ::1; : ::/ morning. at 1000 at the NAS Infirmary -
stroke' of wildness, however
to reports received.
Originally set for Mainside
Chief Jack Hamilton managedto seemed to shake the young jight-
gym, deemed it advisable
boat a nine-pound black bass hander, and after walking Earl to move the tourney to larger
at Raggedy Point, just the other Blackstock, Jim Coughlin and Tom King Hall to better accommodate .
side of Scotty's Camp. Neely, Barry Issued a sacksloaded the large crowd expected
Surf fishing is reported to beery double to Whltey Beasley.
The Commandant, Sixth Naval
*' good just south of Ponte Beasley came home on Joe Fay'ssingle
District, Tournament Host has
Vedra Beach Large catches of .
whiting were landed along the The enemy scored two runs I in: designated Capt. Burnham C.
shore in this area. the eighth to make the Scoreboard McCaffrce, NAS commanding Of
Trout are running in the area read 95. This i merely set the ficer, as Tourney Director. Aiding .
for the Flieis' Frank Meirl- Capt. McCaffree arc Lcdr.
along the Timuquana Biidge. stage friiM:
+ Richard V.
Those who don't have boats and well exit. a w aw, Donahue and Lcdr.
would like to fish along the river Four Errors Peter Culbertson, N A San d
faced Dick Caplette .kp A 33a NATTCenter Special Services
hanks might enjoy success here. Twelve men
For safety's sake however, ft is during this uprising When Matt Officers, respectively
advisable to stay off, the bridge. Woloszyn blasted a mighty wallop _." # >t ati _,_.__._ t___' ..___,_.. tMa_____rI -__ .. _-_..__ Tourney officials are toying
(Quetlion concerning Jiuntp into the left-centerfield bleachers, I I I I BATTING ACTION-Sam Travis, lax Navy catcher, takes a with the possibility of obtaining
pitch during -fourth inning action at last Thursday's Ft. Lee-Jax
flame of victory was world's
*+( and fishing will be answered the I I Navy fracas at Mason! Field, won by Ft. Lee, 3-0. Catching is ex- heavyweight
lv W'fWHg to "R<*la (td Kimrorf on the Fliers' bench. Chicago Cubs catcher Harry Chili now with the soldiers The champion Jack Dempsey to rcf
", care of Jax Air Nt'18.J An error and two walks loaded I'liers'face Ft. Meade today at 1600 at Mason Field eree several of the bouts.I .
," 011 -. \' .. '- .II ,'.- .. .. -" .: .
1(,. Eight JAX AIR NEWS 8 April 1954
mmmm II Seek To Revive Interest t In Jax Teen-Age Club I Friday-Fair WEATHER OUTLOOK and warm, with
scattered afternoon and evening
t FOR KENT Teen-agers and their parents selves and called the Teen-age Club open on weekends, one showers.
5 bungalow Ph. 2- will meet tonight at 1900 in Saturday-Same.
} rm. Ortega. Council. other night a week, and for
) 5224 Mrs. Harris. 804 to discuss the Sunday Cooler In
Building reopening further evening.
It ,was agreed that aParentst special occasions between the
5 rm. upper unfurn. apt., 5 Points, of the Teen-age Club Maximum temperature 88.
Advisory Group, the hours of 1900 and 2230
$65.00. Ph 7-6427, B. G. Cald- There are approximately 100
well. I or more parents with teen- members to be selected from tentatively adopted.In Blue Cross Shield
2 bdrm. furn. apt. 1218 ChaJlen agers in: their families, and it volunteers, would guide the order for the Club to be ,
Ave. Ph. 2-0291, Mrs. Banks is strongly urged that at least organization and administration financially solvent, it will be New
2 rm. furn. apt. 2735 Riverside one parent from each familybe of the Teen-age Club. The necessary for.the members to Open 26-Day
Ave. Ph. 2-4764, Mrs. Preece.I present to insure the suc- method of this selection will pay dues, and to pay a nominal .
I 3 mi. furn. apt. at 5 Points, 2025 cess of tire project. be discussed this evening. amount for entrance to Member DriveThe
Herschel, Mrs. Parker. AT A PREVIOUS meetingof BECAUSE OF the long hours special occasions. Parents will Blue Cross Blue Shield
2 bdrm. house. Avail. April 20. Ph. parents last month, it was necessary and the lack of pat discuss these matters of assess Group Insurance Plans at NAS
2-5426, U. Highberg. proposed that the TeenageClub ronage, it was decided that the ment ,tonight, and also' the Jax are now open to new mem-
3 bdr. home, $85.00, 4649 Ulmer should be run by an or- Teen-age Club should not be problems of chaperones, trans- bers, the Industrial Relations department -
Ave., Timuquana Manor. Ph. 88- ganization of teen-age officers operated as a "drop-in" facil portation and a formal open has announced.All .
9489, Anderson. elected by the teen-agers them- ity. A proposal to have the ing. civilian employees of the
2 Riverside. Ph. 2-78C8 .
rm. apt., ,
Naval Air Station are eligible for
Mrs. lIess.s I.
this coverage, and can submit applications -
:5 s rm. furn. bungalow, $75.00. Ph. Hope Haven Tots I any day between Monday -
2-7868 Mrs. Hess.
: April 12 and u}) until the
3 rm. furn. apt., $45.00. 9361 103rd Given Preview Of
close of business Friday, :May 7.
St. Ph. 8-3537, Mrs. Drlgers.. S *
2 bdrm. furn. garage apt., $75.00. i. .
Carnival FunA During this same period, old
C024 Center St. Ph. 2-4521, Clare .. members will be permitted to
Hunter. preview of much of the fun make changes in their present
3 bdrm. unfurn. apt. 875 Goodwin, in store for kiddies at the Navy contracts, such as adding Blue
$110.00. Ph. 7-7037. Carnival for Charity was givento Shield or converting from singleto
2 rm. apt. 2913 Rayford St. Ph. patients at Hope Haven Hospital family status.
88-9331, R. H. Barton.
in Jacksonville last Thurs-
The procedure for applying for
6 rm. furn. apt. to share with
day the Plans Is simple: Obtain an ap-
couple. 22 W. 27th. Ph. 4.3172,
Let the kids at. Hope Haven plication card from Shop Personnel -
Campbell. share in the Navy Carnival funs wkr Supervisor, Personnel Offices,
4. rm. furn. apt 3622 Riverside well the Carnival .
as Navy or the Employee: Relations Office',
Ave. Ph. 2-3720, Mrs. Lafferty.. I ::' ar
fund. That was the thought that Industrial Relations department,
2 and 3 rm. apts. 2148 Rossclle. of the Kiddieland
part en- I:it :,. Building 907.
Ph. 7-5161, Mrs. Emery. : '
ertainmcnt to the Hospital. r # "
8 rm. furn. apt. Ph. 8.1760, Mrs. Warned in advance that the \ < ; Monthly rates for one person contract -
Ballentlne. ; ,
carnival was coming, nurses and .'' ,,4 with no maternity benefits,
3'I'm.. furn. :, t. .. ... f I
cottage opposite NAS, '
supervisors at the hospital for are $1.30 for ,Blue Cross, $1.10
$30.00. G. Schulz, Air Base Trailer crippled children had the eager for Blue Shield, or $2.40 for both.
Park, Ph. 2-5410. youngsters out on the grounds r. b:ao'a: Family contracts, with maternity
Furn. rms. and apts., near Gilmore waiting. They were goggleeyedas benefits after 270 days, cost $3.50
Bridge. Ph. 7-5768, Mrs. "Tiny More and his Variety per month for Blue Cross, $2.70
Zafp. show" got busy with costumes for Blue Shield, or $6.20 for both.
3 bdrm. unfurn. house, 8000.4636 '
An employee may purchaseBlue
Timuquana Rd. Ph. 2-0506, Mrs. i
members of Tiny i Cross coverage, without buyIng -
Moore's troupe come from 0 & Blue Shield, but Blue Shield
3 rm. furn. apt. 5278 Adams Rd.
Ph. 2-3634, W. J. O'Bary.' R department, which every year -"It Al PwOAN _... cannot be, purchased separately.
:5' rm. unfurn. bungalows (two) in sponsors the Kiddieland sectionof TAKE OFF' LAND ON TAIL-The Navy has unveiled All ,new contracts wlll,be effective ,
the Carnival Members of the two radically new fighter planes operating on a principle of ver- on June 15, 1954. <
Ortega. 4031 Baltic St., Mrs troupe include JoJo the clown, tical flight' Both planes, three years in the making, are designedto aEmployees
Gotithe fly straight up from a standing start, level off into high-speed
Daniels Mr Tappy-
Rent room to working girl, 800. Crazy conventional flight, and then ease down vertically to a pinpoint are reminded that
1535 Parrish Place. Ph. 88-8288, toes and Nell Wilmot. landing on their tails. The two planes are the Lockheed VFV-1 they can transfer this coverage
The Carnival is scheduled at (shown above) and the Convair VFY-1. The XFV-1 resembles a into another group if desired, or
Mrs. Lois Aldridge. the Naval Air Station May 14 four-fin torpedo with short straight wings. It rests on; its tail. can .convert to individual con-
6 nn. brick house. 4636 Timuquana -
and 15. ComFairJax Officer tracts if a group plan Is not avail
Rd. Ph. 88-7428, Mrs. Cul- ..
-- ---S --
able should they move to a new
New berth.5 rm. furn. bungalow. Ph Prepare Notice Wins PromotionA 1 locality.
former Navy was
2-5224, Mrs. Konis. The Blue Cross Blue Shield
(Continued from Page 1) promoted to the rank of Lcdr.
FOR SALE plan is in the nature of a non-
include: Those officers, except of- here last week.
2 bdrm. bungalow, $500 down
ficers of the nurse corps, who Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison,
2976 Dellwood. Ph. 8-2840, W Additional information regarding -
twice fail selection for promotionwhile Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville
H. Wood. the plans be obtained
on active duty. They will placed the epaulets of Lcdr. on
2 bdrm. Ranch style home. Ph from Shop Personnel Supervisors,
be released involuntarily on the the shoulders jof Lcdr. Robert Public Works is in a sad state
88-7419, Lt. Lorenz. or Employee
first day of the fifth month after Parker, commanding officer of these days what with so many of
Shorewood Relations Office
3 bdrm. home, Building extension -
approval of selection board reporton the Flag Administrative the "old faithfuls" leaving. Lt. -
Ph. 85565Lt. 8134.CREDIT.
Rd., $2,500 equity. ,
which they fail the second Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville David W. 'Malvln, Utilities Offi
time: since December of 1951 transferred 2
cer, was on April
2 bdrm. home. $800 down, 40.50
Parker first entered the
Age Considered Lcdr. Insti
to Rensselaer Polytechnic UNION
month. 1029 Velma St. Ph. 8-
1136 Mrs. Eubanks. Male officers, except officers of Navy in May of 1934. tute; Juanita Lester, secretary,
MISCELLANEOUSF. the medical and dental corps, in resigns as of April 9, as well as QUESTION BOXLet's
of commander and lieuten- ,William Robinson, Engineering
A. Januszkiewicz, AOAN, Fas Say You Need $200
ant commander who reach the Draftsman.
ron Three, NAS, Norfolk, Va", 31 How would you like to borrow .
AOANat ages of 58 or 52 respectively, will Welcome to Lcdr. Powell N
wishes to with
swap any that amount, have 12 months in
NAS Jax. be released during month followIng Blasingame, CEC, as assistant resIdent -
which to it back
pay a cost
month in which these ages are officer In charge 67>onstruc-
Will baby sit day or evening. 1775 attained. only $13.23, and during this loan
Hamilton, Ph. 8-4956, Mrs. Ad- fr. ,. tion.The period have life insurance equalto
die. Wave officers, except medical dance last Friday was a
Rider wanted from Starke, 74. officers, of the grades of com- huge success. Those who were not unpaid ?
Mrs. Johnson, ext. 674. mander and lieutenant commanderand .:c'N there missed a grand evening of It can be done, and the cost to
' below who reach the you will be only that $13.23,
Will baby sit day or night. Ph agesof fun. Much thanks go to the, Rec-
88-0027, Mrs. B. Pollard. 55 and 50 respectively will be reation Committee for its efforts there's no charge for the life insurance -
there's no other cost.
Will baby sit during the day. Mrs released during month following We are glad to have with us
month in which these You can borrow that $200 from
Doling, 654 Herman St., Ph. 2- ages are Lt. Joe D. Mines for two weeks
attained. rY your Jax Navy Federal Credit
4073. training duty. Lt, lines' halls
Union. Or you can borrow $300,
Ride wanted from Arlington. Mrs'. from Spartanburg, S. C.
Navy Grounds Newest or $400, or $50.-whatever you
Tatum, ext. 8110.
Olga V. Morgan, Clerkttyplsthas need-and
no matter what
,Will baby sit evenings or week F3H Fighter Jet recently transferred from Sup borrow, the cost is low. you
ends. Ph. 2-6572, Mrs. Allbret The Navy has grounded its ply to the Maintenance division
If you need to meet
tas. newest jet fighter plane, the McDonnell Vernon H. Barefield, fonnerly of doctor and dentist money bills
,Elliot: I. Jones, AEC, Fasron 108, F31I Demon, after two of the Procurement Section has family
NAS Brunswick, Maine, swap the planes were destroyed and a transferred to the Maintenance emergencies, pressing obligationsor
with any AEC in any Fasro l third forced down during test division General Supply Clerk in if you just want to enjoy a
well earned vacation without
at Cecil Field or NAS Jax.: flights last month. Shops Stores. .
I worrying about money-make
Comdr Charles C. is
No definite cause has been de- Houghton
Supervisors MeetThe termined for the three accidents, I17 still in very bad condition in the appointment with your credit un-
ion. Either visit the, offices
t regular: monthly meeting oj f t but the McDonnell Aircraft LIMBERING UP Despitethe VA Hospital at Coral Gables. Re- ,
Building 40, on Saratoga Ave. or
Local No. 11, National Associa. Corp. of St. Louis has set up ant Sadie Hawkins Day cos- cent reports advise that there la call extension 8508.
. tlon of Supervisors, Department oj t Investigating board, with Navy tume, Dian Lund from, Flint, somewhat.of a slight improvement
. 'Defense, will meet at the YWCA, Bureau of Aeronautics rcpresen- Mich.and Johnson She appeared at the with Hotel Olsen Last in his general condition, however. tlon returned to work Monday after
, $25. E. Duval St., tonight at 1930. tatives sitting Jr\. Frontier In Las Vegas, Nev. Rebecca Fritz of Transporta a week's Ulnell.Page .