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I. New Ideas, Games To Be Featured At Gigantic Carnival Midway.I .


You would think that after work behind the scenes Hammers, Country Store, a Bomber Booth, nine ticket booths have been strategically from the bandstand. The enter*

four years of carnival work, paint brushes and saws are the Archery, a Basketball) Throw, a placed for the conven- talnmcnt program will be announced *

the booth committee of the order of the day as each com- Shooting Gallery, a Skill Toss, ience of the crowd. Space betweenthe later. .

Navy Carnival for Charity mand and department endeavorsto Bomb the Sub, a Coin Pitch, a booths has also been increased A bingo game, sponsored by th'

would run out of ideas. make their booth the most Golf Game, Balloon Darts, Groceries thla year, and there will be plentyof Chiefs' Club, will be located in

Quite the contrary! This year popular spot in the Carnival area. for a Dime, Squirt the Can- room for everyone to participate Hanger 114, the area slated to!

the gala Midway area will be big- RAIN OR SHINE Hanger 113 dle, Duck-A-Duck, Hook-a-Bottle, hold the Commercial Exhibits. ,

ger and better than ever, resplen- will house 25 games of skill, tick- and many others including the The "Eldorado" stage has been LCDR. KARL Imholte, booth

dent with gaily colored booths, et booths, a food and beverage prize-winning booths, Cover the renovated, and acoustics will be committee chairman, has announced

featuring new type games to entertain booth, and the famed "Eldorado," Circle, Hook Your Prize, Bank improved so that patrons can see that a variety of merchandiseand

and amuse the Carnival which has become a Carnival Ball and Skil-I3ol. and hear local and professional carnival-type gifts have been

patrons. trademark. SINCE CASH will not be accepted entertainment, Musical aggregations purchased as give-aways; to luc-

Close to GOO people are hard at There will be a Ball Pitch, a at any of the game booths, will entertain continuously (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5))


Deadly Gunnery -- -- -- NARTU Unit

Brings From VF-174'E' To 16 JtlXv} .f l. &.W3. Gets Back

""_ ", .
Slicing through the thin air at I ..
25,000 feet over Leeward Point, Old 'Handle'Naval

Guantan&mo Bay, Cuba, In their VOL-12 No. A IJU. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville. 11 April 1954 ,

sleek F9F-6 Cougars, 16 pilots of --.s--- Air Reserve Training Un

Fighter Squadron 174 earned the Squadron VP-742 will be officially
Navy's coveted "E" award for '.' : '
(' ; : : : redesignated as VP-741
their display; of deadly gunnery. : ; ': -.i\"i\ t. Saturday at change of command
The award were earned in cur- ceremonies In Hanger 113.

rent Commander Air Force, Atlantic ,
.... Comdr. Charles W. Rogers: the
Fleet exercises.
gunnery r original skipper of VP-741, and

Comdr. George If. Suit's "nellRazors" 1LL[ : A {: many of the original officers and
gunmen garnered 16 ofa # crew will be on hand for the ceie-
possible: 10 Individual "E" mony.

awards at the 25,000 foot level, ,. *
and six additional "E" awards at
As a reserve unit, the squadronwas
the 15,000 foot level. The entire ; S first tabbed VPML-56 which
a.: ... Y} ,
squadron achieved a high mark was changed to VP-741 in 1950.

for efficiency In the competitive .. .. : Under this designator, the squadron

!exercise, a was recalled to active duty .....
in March 1951: and stationed at
Paring the Hell Razors at 25- NAS Jacksonville<.ler Fleet Air

000 feet was it. (jg) Joe D. Stell, Wing Eleven. .

who hit 62 times out of 150. Others .'
In March 1052, the squadron,
to qualify for "E's" at this 4
4x still'known as VP-741, was deployed -
altitude were Comdr. George II
to Malta, and operated
Suit, Lcdr. Jay Arnold, Lts.
from there
the Sixth Fleet
. Charles O. McDaniel, Joe P. Moor-
until December of that
er, J. J, "Banwy" Godwin, Capt year ;

William J. McEll'<\Y, III (USAF), THREE-LANE TRAFFIC-In an effort to relieve the congestion; at the main gate, outgoingand Returning to NAS Jax, the "
Lt. (jg'a) Ed Dennis, Charles L. incoming traffic during the rush' hours Is being. channeled into three' lanes. The photographer squadron was
Greenwood, and Ensigns RobertS. was on hand to catch the first day's use of the three lanes exiting. Traffic entering will utilize
at 1515 and 1630. In February 1953, and the followIng -
three lanes from 0630-0800, with traffic exiting
Donaldson, Jetullo "Vic" Pon- 1
__ ___ month many of the reserve
gettl, John E. Wasson, Randall B. officers
52 Units Participate and men completed their
Lynn, Joseph A. Wllfahrt, Lowell NORTH GATE CLOSEDAS active
duty tour. At this time, the
D. Embs and Wlllard G. Ryals. OF APRIL 26
designator, VP-741, was returned
Mammoth-Scale Exercise'Asdevex' The North Gate will be close i to the Naval Air Reserve Command -
At 15,000 fret Lt. (jg) Ed Den- .
ed to all traffic effective April

(Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 1)) 26, the Security department has Now scheduled to be an active

Begins MondayFleet announced.All reserve unit at NARTU, VP-741
entering and exiting traf- will once again.have Comdr. Rogers

fic has now ben channeled in- as 'its commanding officer
\ c cx Air Wing Eleven squadrons, VP-5 and VP-3 from to three lanes. during the rush Many of the pilots and enlistedmen

,* 1$ NAS, will join other Atlantic Fleet forces beginning Monday hours, to alleviate the conges- who contributed greatly to

sy k with the start of a six-weeks anti-submarine warfare exer- tion at the main gate. the fine record enjoyed by the

cise in the waters between Bermuda and the Bahamas squadron during Its active duty\

Some 52 United States Navyair Commander of Task Force 88, tour, are also rejoining the unit
surface, and submarine units Reveal Inventory Hours .
composed of the participating units -
will pool resources in this mam- For Commissary Store
Is Rear Adm. Wallace M. 215 Traffic
moth-scale exercise called "Aide-
'y: &?;Q .a ;iaY : Ey 7.i.df u?? vex," it was announced today by manding officers include Rear Admiral closed for'inventory from 1230
the of Admiral Jer- ViolatorsIn
headquarters .,Delbert S. Cornwell, Harry April 28 to 0900 April 28.
aid Wright, Commander in Chiefof .
B. Temple and Fitzhugh Lee. % i iWeather

the Atlantic* Fleet.* *. *. Outlook 29 DaysSome

AMONG TilE OTHER 52 units
SHORE BASED aircraft will Friday and Saturday-Widely 215 motorists
apprehended .
which i team with the carriers
fly out of Bermuda, Nassau (Bri- scattered showers. for traffic violations, have

tish West Indies) as well as from (Please Turn to Pare 8, Col 5) Sunday-Fair. appeared _at_ traffic____u_ court within......;...

Jacksonville during the exercises.: the past 29 days.

:: Capt. Theodore O. Dahl, Com- :
/ : rL. i
17 Stiffest
< .J ( penalty awarded was
mander of FAW-11, will commandthe : :;( '
to a driver guilty of reckless
Nassau Air
Group, consistingof
driving, failing to stop for a stop
P2V-5 "Neptune" bombers and } .:":
f .tA
rr..lT1t It sign, and driving while intoxica
the latest anti-submarine equip- ,. ., :... .. foll'.1' : '. P ted. He
: ; : was permanently restricted -
} < ped blimps. -r' 1 t 1"- iln.
'} "?: : This is the first time the new- ,,,if.. : '. .." 9'9'P"i::: .} ;j; : ':!t.(.... 0:::... the base from and driving his car on
)ji: 1- "'::./l. 'lv : ,,, 'f," *, to his
", : ly-converted "anti-submarine sup t,:%: ''i?. :'':'+: : ": ;z commanding officer for discipli
f r
: ,
port" aircraft carriers will -
:': /; operate action.
'ir.: ;; i ; r nary
in an anti-sub training exercise F :: FREE WEEKEND
...' : TKFP, Heading the list of offenses

S ".:';:>::t::::. : : Two of these carriers the :: ': '.}'C .,. ... were 78 cases of improper parking -
: : USS Leyte (CVS-32)) and the VSS '?, ',:. followed by 36 cases of vehicles
Antietam (CVS-36)) are the largest E .. ', :::.:.:.;,:.:.... "". .' having
expired state 1 license (
: ships taking part in the opera tags.
rG ,.tion.
There were 28 violators for
speeding, 23 involved in accidents '
.' ,. yM DESIGNED TO test new devel-
.. .. ..,.. .;..s opments in anti-sub warfare, the 14 failing to stop for stop
signs, and 11 cases of reckless
"LIVING IIIGU"-Thls Is no exercise will tell the Navy, among
driving. Forty nine miscellaneous
flagpole sitter it's just the other things, how effectively the : -

sign Station.of spring The tall at the Malnslde Naval flagpole Air new-type aircraft carriers behavein -. ".-:.. .. .. ..l --tie ..v.. .....}..... .-.... ___'n. .. ..,Ni,'n' 215. cases brought the total to

gels its annual fresh coat the, job of discovering and destroying PONDER TRIP-Two students at Aviation Electrician's Mate Restrictions, varying from one

of paint with Edward Lahay, undersea raiders. School Class A, study the poster offering a weekend trip, all expense week to six months, were award. '
painter from Public Works, applying paid, to the most military
"Asdevex" begins April 26 and man or woman selected at the 93'
from his ed to offenders, while 73 re-
the coating monthly inspection of personnel at NATTCenter this Saturday
precarious position. will (continue through June 6, 1954.: Left is Charles Llresay, AN, and right ta Gerald Tankersiey AN. (Pleas Turn to Page 9, Col. 5)

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Page Two JAX" AIR NEWS April-1954Jfl

K Jt S. Of'Beaucoup'Call For Ports I 1 ,y.

Published every Thursday for Navy end Marine aclhlllei at Naval l Air New VF-12 Exec I E La
Station, Jacksonville ila.
NAB, J ck.*itllU I You name the place and the
l pt. C. McCaffree ............ Commandlnc OFrlcerComdr.
BJunnon M'Mr' .. ,.,., .. .. .- -, ? m ? J.A! < Fleet Air IAt,....111. officer was probably there.
Rear Adm. Osborne B Hard I sen .................... Commander
Opt Howard V. llopklni .. ....Chltf of Staff Lcdr. Joseph J. Oliver, much- >
fleet Air Mlu Liese) .
Opt. Theodore DaM .....- ..- r ---... -....._..Commander decorated fighter pilot, recently r
Comdr Frank D. llejer .Chief Stall OlllcerCapt arrived at VF-12 at NAS Cecil {'
Natal Air Tt< Dai Id MrTimpbrllCumtlr. .. _Commanding Officer Field, to assume duties as the
Wilson R. liai'licit.. ____.._-_____.FxccutIse: Oliker squadron's executive officer.

Capt. Edward S Lowe .,............Nasal...1 U.Ual .Commanding Officer Lcdr. Oliver saw action,.in the
Capt. L. A. Newton ,, i vesTu ___Lxecull\c Officer Pacific during Woild War II taking

Capt. John I.. Counihan. .Commanding Officer in the Okinawa, Sakashima,
Conxli. C. Grit)' :St i um...".. .,.. .,...________?...hxctullve Officer while
Klska, and Attu campaigns

The JAX AIR NEWS la pObllxhrd weekly at the U. S. Naval Air !Station attached to VC-93 and VS-49. 55
yatksonvllle Hoi Ida, and printed commercially with non-appropriated funds The that followed -
.t no est ense to the fuveinment and In compliance with NAVKXOS T-35: Rev. seven years .4
Nov. JWi.! Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air d I.tloni the the end of the second world war -
Naval Air Technical' Training Center Naval Air Reserve Training (:nit, NavalAir
station: Cecil. Held, and the U. t. Naval, ,Hospital. found Lcdr. Oliver! as an instructor EX-SCHOOL MARM En-
tdllor-Andrtw U, J'lan.)' in torpedo bombing at Fort sign Mary Anderson, a former
Assistant 1':rtltor-llclen harper; Spoils r.dltOl'-Col'lton Robbie. SN, Staff school teacher, confers with Wave Officer
Rfpoiler-Jim Ryan AN, Chculallon-DUlifiiutlon-litnc Crow, SN.lh Lauderdale Fla; Legal Officer at
JAX AIR NEWS. U a member of the Armed Forces Press 5enlr Leon Taylor, chief parachuterijrtrr
API'S material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted without NATTC, Memphis, Tenn; dutjiwith instructor at Phase II
the written permission /f Aimed Forces Press Service Republication of eth..rMatl.r squadrons VC-4 and VX-3; rate shops at Airman Prepara- Assigned To
piohlblted without permission of
rxtept bv suvMlfoilal Jr.. publlcatlona. li .
Editor: SAX AIR l'\EWS. General Line School, Monterey, tory School. Ensign Anderson
offices located Main Admlnlcliatlon Building. Phone extensions Calif. and instructor duty at the I is now the assistant to the mil-
1lS-&. ilC end_8164.POoftheWeek. ._ I ; itary personnel officer at the Center JobEnsign
Anti-Submarine Sonar School at
Naval Air Technical Training
MILITARY STRENGTH Key Wet; Fla, Center Mary Anderson, Recent

Lcdr. Oliver was attached to graduate from Officer Candidate

SHOWS DECREASEThe the "Galloping Ghost of the Per- 4-H Club School, is the new assistant to
Honors Go To total strength of the sian Coast" aboard the USS Val- I the Military Personnel Office lit

Armed Forces has taken a cour. He was the Valcoui's ad- NATTCenter.A .

Instructor Ready slight dip during February of rninistrathe officer for the past I Members Enjoy graduate of the University of

this 3'ear. 15 months prior to reporting to Connecticut, Miss Anderson fob m.
(This 'Is Die !':tIt l'II.i tie< Natal Preliminary reports how the "Fling Ubangls" as execu1 I Tour Of StationSome eily taught Physical Educationand

Air\ Ttthmcal Training,, Cen that on Feb. 28, there were tive officer\ I Home Economics for 2'a

ter's Petty O/lictr.o/-tlt.Wtfk, 3:1::9,791 military personnel on During this Persian GulMndian 200 4-H Club members years at Junior High Schools In

'eriea J.Have. active duty, a decrease of 21- Ocean cruise, Lcdr Oliver >islted ;' fiom Hilliaid, Callahan, Brice- Stamford and Gianby, Connecti!

you ever read "A :Messageto 964 from the Jan. 31 combined I such ports ae Port Said, Egypt; ville, Yulee and Fernandina Fla., cut..

Garcia" by Elbert Hubbard? strength of 3,381,761.Navy Aden Arabia, Bahrein Island, Ras spent a happy day at NAS Jax Ensign Antlel'lon's home is

Petty- Officer-of the -Week, Wil- strength stood at about Az Zawr and Bombay, India. with a tour of facilities Monday Brooklyn, Conn.LOWER in
liam A. Ready, AMI Instructor I
7S7092 on Feb. 28, compared i I Enjoying their Easter Monday
in the Airman School at NATT- to 761,383 on Jan. 31. Theie!
Holiday, the group was shown
Center follows the point this te-enlistments. !
were 1,273 ss PAY GRADES
various functions of the station,
story makes down to a "T". He
in(hiding a demonstration of a FACE ALLOTMENTCUT
carries a message of Naval Avia
helicopter in and parachute
tion to students. Civil Service packing IN JULY 55

-"" saaw A graduateo The Dependents Arista,'c
CATHOLIC I Following lunch at the civilian
f Richmond I Act of 1950 has been extended
VacanciesAnnounced Sunday, Mass-0800, 0900, 1000- cafeteria, the 200 youngsters finished .
Academy, Augusta until July 1, 1955, when pi 0\1
St. Edward's Chapel, the day with a dip in .the
slona will revert to the Caieei
Ga, In I Saturday0800. Indoor Swimming Pool.
Compensation Act of 1949.
1938, Ready en- :I DaiJy0630.Sunday0630. I Accompanying the group was Under this act there art no

teied the service Two Civil Service openings have Mass at Hospital Cordon Ellis, Nassau County Ag- provisions for these
pay giadcsas
been announced in the Jacksonville I
In Dec. of Chapel. riculture Agent and advisor to the to dependent allotmentsCongress

area. I 4-H Clubbers, and Mrs Julia Jer-
1941 two however make
days An engineering draftsman, GS- may, ,
1930 Wednesday NATTCChaplain's nigan, county home demonstration .
further the bll
after Pearl I changes M(
6, \ilt needed at NAS Cecil Field,
Office.CHRISTIAN agent. a tar
Ready Harbor, and a chief laundryman at $156 I SCIENCE1900TuesdayNATTC .
There is
As an instructor, it is paid that: per hour, at the Naval Hospital, a possibility that

"His classes always have good Jacksomille. Chaplain's I HOT AIR dependents of enlisted personnel -

grades," Indicating a thoroughand I Other civilian vacancies have Office in pay grades E-l, E-2, E-3
PROTESTANT I and E-4 (with less than seven
interesting coverage. As a been listed at the Na\al Station,

collateral duty, Ready is building- I Key West, Fla; the Naval Shipyard 0930-All Saints' Chapel. years service) will be without

in:-main tenance-chief. I Charleston, S. C.; the Naval 1100:'-All Saints' Chapel. allotments.

If should observe ,Ordnance Plant, Macon, Ga, and 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. I It is also stated that a 6V

you look nead3'j at the District Public Works Office (Note: Addresses of I local I I pendent parent must reside
carrying a plank
jou'll see it's from the USS Coral Chaileston. All of these open churches may be obtained by call I with member in sen'ice.

for and draftsmen ing the Chaplain's office 425)neeis. )
Sea, A carrier he helped commission. ings are engineers -
During WWII he was attached tAt I,II
to Canner Alrctaft Serv- the Marine corps Depot of .

ice Unit No. 1 at PUll Harbor Supplies, Albany, Ga., vacancies I A call has also been issued for
an engineering draftsman, Electronics
exist for a snpeivisoiy procurement
Ktnl made several trips into the
Pacific with replacements. I i .officer, GS-10, a supervisoryfiscal ; GSMt Balboa, Canal' ...
accounting assistant, GS-6, Zone, under the Industrial Manager 't.

I I a personnel assistant, GS-7, supervisory 'I I USN, Fifteenth Naval Dis- -

inspector GS-11 and ;t tiitt, Box 10, Navy 121, Fleet -

i Post Office New YOI k.I -- !l __
for Leading-man, ; Letterer .
MOVIES ::; .-. _. (Personnel are Incited U *>"It>
and Gialner; Liquid Petroleum<< !!I Other inquiries should be addressed > -.jJi-- the USO Sen'Icemen's Club "t 37

\INSIDE I I Gas Plant Operator, and engl-J:I I to the facility concerned. "Do you want regular or Ethyl" I W. Monroe St., open from 0* :10

to 2330( dally.)

Tharsday, April 2tAnne I 3 Thursday, April 22 9:00: P M.

Carnival .. Baxter
Melody Ballroom with Chflz
Friday. April 23The I tis. '
Friday, April 23 530: PM.
Gill Friday .......Louis HaywardSaturday
Cafe Italiano
spaghetti supper
April 21Bariy : 8:00: P.M., USO Talent Show, followed I-

Loophole ,_ .. ..... .. ; Sullivan'
by record dance.
>A1TCKNTKUTlmrMl.iy .
Saturday, April 24 9;00 A MAll .
April 2i
Day Picnic at Gold Hf'adState i
All The Bi others Were
Park. Sign on Bulletin
Valiant .Bob Taylor, Ann Bljth -a -
Board; 1:00: AM., Open HOUM
Friday, April 2J:
8 00
: P.M., dance.
Carnival Stoty ...... ..Anne BaxterSaturday M ,
10 CO A
Sunday, April 25 :
April 24
S Dunking Round Table, donuts' an.tcoffee i
The Saint's

Girl Friday" .......Louis Hayward ; 500: P.M, Vesper Sei\we

HOSPITAL -J-- and Monday refreshments., April 26 7:00) P M .
Tluirwl.iy, April 22
tt- Ping Pong instructions with Frank
Drive A Crooked
Puskas 700 P.M. skating' a'Skateland
Road .. ..... .........Mil.key Rooney ; : ,
reduced rates.!
Friday April 23 _
be an-
Tuesday 27r- To
AH The Brothers Were FREAK ACCIDENT-You never know about these qultk-.triklnr storms. The April .

Valiant-Bob Taylor, Ann Blyth here last Friday may not have been notlcable to many, but damage to this tar storm that hit nounced.
ran attest
24 surprise element. Wesley WhHt, PR3, from VF-44 had just parked hs' car and to the Wednesday, April 28 Melody
Saturday, April the trunk when be beard a' cracking sound over his head. De looked ,, iPphoio gone around to Ballroom broadcast, with ChnZ

Carnival Story ..._. ...Anne .Baxter: Its \pray down.. lie, made a quick.. exit and his ear took a beating! as the. saw shows.the oak tree on Harris
i I" c .
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22 April 1954 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

..-L-- __

Give Fire A Place To Start Set May 29


Washington (AFPS) -The National .

Safety Council's coveted "Don't Give Fire A Place Magnolia BallThe

/award for the annual safety record To Start" is the slogan for
annual Ball, the
in reducing accident rates has this year's spring clean up Magnolia
of the Naval Air
social event
gone to the Navy for the second drive at the Naval Air Station big

straight year ands the fourth, timein which is now in progress Station, will he held thin year on fl
29. |
ita history May

The Navy won the award for The Spring cleanup drive ties Arrangements already are well

its safety record la WWII, 1950 in with the efforts of the Station underway by the Navy Officers |

and 1952. Fire Division to control fire haz Wives Club which sponsors the |

James II. Smith, Jr., Assistant ards. As Fire Chief Donald R. annual ball The affair will be a

Secretal'Y- of the Navy for Air, Moran points out, personnel can formal dinner-dance, with reservations -

received the award from Ned lessen the dangers of fire by eliminating available to alt military

Dearborn, president of the NSC. "tubblsh" that has accumulated officers on active duly at the NAS

He in turn presented the awardto in the offices, shops, homes Jax. The reservations are open

RADM George A, Holderness, and elsewhere on the Station. through May 22.

Jr., USN, Chief of.the Office of "Rubbish Is the fuel that tire Chahman for this year's eventis

Industrial Relations, the organi loves, and while it does not cause M Mrs James S. Cooper, assistedby

zation' responsible for the Navy's fires, it's Just wailing for a carelessly Mrs John II, lariobino, ('0-

safety program, I discarded cigarette or strayspark chairman. Other committee chair

," warns Chief Moran. men on the general committee in
- -- ---- -
charge of arrangements are: Mrs. .
CI'II..I.S'employee and military
Leroy R. Frantz, entertainment;
Two Area Bases
personnel 1 are asked to cooperate -
illustrates the
IIAZARU-'fJlls building
DEFINITE FIRE space Mrs. Richard V. Donahue, pub-
in cleaning up offices and need for the annual spring clean-up campaign, now being conducted I -
Retain Liquor shops dining the next few weeks. by the Fire Division, in all offices, shops homes and other liclty; Mrs. Frederick E. Woodward -

At the same time, householdersare areas of the station. This space above, represents a real fire hat;- decorations; and Mrs. Rim-
ard. "Don't Give Fire A Place To Start" is the watchword sounded sell J. Kllngenmeier business.
Store SalesTwo called upon to inspect their to personnel and tenants, who are urged to Inspect their prem- Buinham
homes and garages I ises and eliminate rubbish that has accumulated during the year Mrs. C. McCaffiee,
wife of Capt MtCaffiee, commanding
installations in Quoting National Fire Protection '
Naval metal containers officer of the Naval ,Air
this will be to Studies, Chief Moran said, SAFETYBox I
area permitted Do you keep your home tools Station, Is solving in an advisory
"Home fires account for 50% of .
their stores
keep liquor motors and appliances serviced capacity to the committee.Announce .
all fire deaths. Children under Score
1 deadline.NAS
after the
April ana clean? Do you promptly replace sue
and of 65 older
15 or are
Cecil Field and Naval Station persons worn or damaged electric Disabling Injuries Through
victims of home fires.
the usual
Green Cove Springs, are cords? Do you call Public Works, Tuesday, March 16 April
The records show that there are
among the 11 Naval bases approved extension 325, when fuses are This Month 0
by Defense to retain their close Jlo 1,000( home fires every blown' This Year 4 Prizes In I Bass
the of which couldbe
day, majority
package stores. The Navy had Do you have plenty of well designed Days Since LastLostTime

asked to keep this "benefit" at 62 prevented by proper housekeep ash trays handy for. smok- Accident 31 Fishing Contest "

bases, but Defense ruled "thumbs ing. ers?

down" on most Naval stations of 'IIIEF MOHAN' suggests the I Do you use non-flammable solvents GIRGABOAM.Safety / April prizes in the Civil Serv-

large size following check list for house- for cleaning clothing Slogan for April ice Employees Black Dana Fishing '.

Other Naval facilities author holders: I MOST 1'KOPLK do not realize "Keep Your Mind on Safety Contest have been announced.
sell Do regularly of and Safety on Your Mind"Remember First prize in the men's division
ized to bottled goods in connection you dispose I how much "rubbish" they have
with messes and clubs include trash and rubbish, old linens cast-' around the house or that it can this slogan It is a Mitchell Spinning Reel.

: NAAS Whiting Field, Fla.; off clothing, mattresses and old mean the difference between a means money First prize In the women's division I

Naval Ammunition Depot, Crane, furniture, curtains, draperies, small, controllable blaze or a hot U a glass spinning rod; biggest !'
Ind. NAAS Hutchinson Kans.; lampshades, magazines and papers catch by a child win aShakeupcare
; hungry fire that will destroy the Sec No Delay Of Checks
NAAS Chincoteague, Md..; Naval ? house before anything can be Wonder Rod.

Ammunition' Depot McAlester, Do you keep the grounds done. For GI Students Fishermen can submit their entries -

Okla.; NATTC Norman, Okla. around your house fire of dead as many aa they wish, to
all Ko-
During the Spring denn-Up Under a new piocedure -
Listed weed and trash\? committee men.
Facilities ,
grass households, office Dill veteran atudents who
Drive, super- lean GI -
Prize awarded lat Friday

Naval Administration Unit, Are your dust mops safely cared and foremen are between
visors, shop urg- go home for vacations or to winners in March
Clarksville Base, Tenn.; NAS Corpus for and oily rags kept in safe ed to call upon the fire' department term school breaks will be sun competition.
Christ!, Tex. NAAS Kings-
; at any time to inspect their to get their GI allowance thecki) : .
vine, Tex.; Naval Proving Ground,
areas for lire hazards. time.
Hill Revue on
Dahlgren, Va; Naval Mine Depot, Billy Object of the fire' department This new speed-up policy will 'Long Time'I
Naval Mine
Yorktown, Va. and
; Is not to "scold1' but to matte!
School Yorktown, Va. be followed only during nil break;
Warfare Monday Night recommendations for eliminatingthe
extend tin I l&EChiefLeaves
All together, out of 812 installations in school which past
of lire aboard the
possibility end of a month, and which normally .
in the United States previously At Hall
King Station
permitted to sell bottled would cause delays In receipt PostThe
----- -- -
goods, only 79 were allowed to The mountains come to the sea. a blues number. of GI.. checks.
continue sales after April 1. shore next Monday at NATT. Other acts include Joanne Naval Air Technical Training -

10 Marine"Stores Center when the Spring variety Newsome, boogie tap dancer; Pe- 'Hill Billies' Center Is losing; one of its

Defense also authorized pack. show "Hill Billy Revue" is held ter Yeoman, Jerry Lewis impersonation long time chiefs whose work in

age stores at 10 Marine bases, including in King Hall beginning at 2000. ; Doris Yeager, pop and extracurricular activities has

most major installations, Eleven acts have bene lined up semi-classical singing; "Little Make HitAboard equalled that of his duties at the'

30 Army bases and 25 Air Force by director Bobi! Borrower, SN, Nell," comedy skit; Jeanne Hayden Center.

bases. Army had previouslya of Special Services, and include singing and dancing; HillBilly ShipThe lie Is Cyril Smallwood. PNC,

reduction in the markup required both civilians and military personnel Band; Sgt Don Hall, Reggie who leaves the Information and

on commissary prices. In- from NAS and the Training Miller ATAN; Frank Bollin- "Hill Billies" from the Naval Education office this month for

sead of five percent which has Center. ger, MM3, and Buddy Crowder, Air Station, sponsored by the< assignment to Commander Naval

been added to merchandise costs Natalie Nunn, runner-up In aMiss AE2; Hill Billy songs, Eddie Col- Naval Air Technical Training Forces Far East at Yokosukn,

since January, 1952, the surcharge Jacksonville contest recently lines, AN; ventriloquist Bob! I Center Special Services depart Japan. lie has been relieved by

will be three and one-half percent.. will open the program with Borrowes; Ernest Murray AN. I inenl, have found a "home" aboard Harry Frakes, chief personnelman.Ii ,

Overseas, the surcharge is being '!';"". .. ..- the USS Krishna, a landing ship WWII and Korean'War veteran,
reduced from four to three percent vessel. who reported here from the Naval

tj: :' repair Training Center at San DIego
The annual appropriation acts : 'lL>. ',.4 The Mountaineers, in preparation Chief Smallwood in addition to
i < = 'J' for the "Hill Billy Jamboree"at
reulre this surcharge to cover expense 111; handling the Enlisted Classification
King Hall Monday, March 26,, ')
of utilities and supplies in Unit here for personnel a. I
at 2000, this week journeyed to
commissaries and spoilage and far away as Pensacola, has been
: the Southern Shipyards where the
shrinkage in merchandise t in charge of the Travel CounterIn 1
Krishna is berthed, and presented
the Navy Exchange at the
Privilege Cards For E '* sneak performance Training Center
Rain failed to dampen he ardor -
Trips to St. Augustine. Muiiiw !
either of the audience or the
Retired Reserves Studios and Silver Springy>> are included 4
performer when showers flooded
AFPS Naval Reserve In the weekend excursion
Washington ( )
the upper deck, Lcdr. G, W.Pmt .
Privilege Cards, designedto y available to the Servicemen and
y commanding officer of the
allow service privileges for Krishna ordered all hands below has proved exceedingly popular

members of the Naval Reserve retired dock and the scheduled one-hour with student personnel In add -
been established lon, and highway Inform '
with pay maps
how !lasted a full two hours,
the Navy. tion; are provided at the travel
When the tired Hill Billiea needed -
When presented together with counter during noon hours and
rest volunteers from the
a audience -
Armed Forces ID cards, the new mill 1830 on class days
called out by mistress of
cards will serve to identify retired Harold Herbert, PN2, of the
ceremonies Bobi Borrowes, filled
Naval Reservists at Navy In the gaps Legal Office at the Center, will

exchanges, small stores, officers'clubs PERFORM MONDAY-The Joint will be jumping at King Hall I take; over Smallwood'a Job at the
enlisted l i clubs, Armed Monday. April Zi. when Special Services of NATTCenter pre Among those taking part were Travel Counter.
Forces exchanges and commissary sents "Hill Billy Jamboree". Musicians are (left to right) Kgt. 3gt. Don Hall, lead guitar; Regjie ,

stores. cards also can Don hall Marine Aviation Detachment, guitar; Reggie Miller Miller, AN, steel guitar; Frank ger: radio-TV star, and Bobi Bor. "
The ATAN, VF-44. steel' guitar; Frank Bollinger, MM3, NAS lax Bollinger, MM3, bull fiddle; Larry owes and her
be used for hospitalization or MAA, bull fiddle, and Rudy Crowder, AE2, AC Sohool, guitar. dummy Joey, in a
service at medical centers. Bollinger is also comedian of the group. Uartofjh, All AN, fiddle; Dorl Ye- ventriloquist act.



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Page Four JAX 22 April 1954

VCS2. Fcrsron Six Fasron 109 Report f' 1

I ,. u ;;

Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons I II I Ii i

"C-G2 Kenneth G. Burns SN; PatrickJ. old Hanger

Recent blood donors in the Carr, SN; Billy F. Howard, SN; Divot Diggings Sam Ban-

Photo department of VC-62 Included Robert D. Sonnier SN; DonaldF. non captured the squadron's P. G.

A. Paul, J. W. Edgar, J Teator, AK2, and Michael L A, (Phony Golfers Association) ;' A
Hanson, SN Tournament Thursday by defeating I"s.
A. Bo\Nlln, J. Nettles, and It. E.fcKaln. Ben Milligan, 4-3 on the local

) The men were given VF-12 links. Bannon had a 43 on the

their choice of an afternoon off Ixilr Hamilton McNliorter the front nine and 38 on the back : :,,: ..... :,f' .,""...
or being excused from the next "skipper" of VF-12, presentedGood while :Milligan shot 4442. The rivals ,, '

Conduct Medals to the ate scheduled to meet in :/ ''';;,"_._._ *..,j-. .: '; ,
CO's inspection. t ;" ,;"" '/' I
"Flying Ubangis" at the changeof I I June for the Building 200 Open. ; ; ; : \ ;i ; I J' '

Wedding bells rang April 10 command ceremonies for GAG1. Fasion Sixlost the services of : : :: _,::

for Lt. (Jg) Delols Holloway, who one of its star athletes last week ; "i

married Lois :Marie Quae. Ensign Winning medals were John S, when Peter T. Giovannini, AD3, '$,, ,, ;

Doisey was Dee's best man. was transferred to VF-21, NAS,
Cummings, ADI; Donald L. Morgan -
On the same day, Lcdr. Barney Oceana, Va. The versatile per- _"__m__ -----
AD2: Benjamin A. Matthews;
'Bing Crosby" Baibow was pre-. AD2; Roger G. Beigstrom, AM2, former participated In local athletics "OLD-TIMERS"-In recognition of their "old age" with' the

tented with son No. 3, Kurt Douglas Elliot C. Roth, AT3; Eugene M. for, nearly three years, help- squadron, fellow pilots of Attack Squadron 15 presented this
yielghlng in at $, lbs,, >i oz. ing to bring home a total of 20 trio with appropriate "assistance". Left to right are: Lt. (Jg)
Brandt, AD3; William W. Ransey, Lt. ( William Lassen and Lt. (Jg)
The same weight was recorded by to the squadron's increasing Charles MacDowell, Jg
ADAN, and harry A. ocher, AN. trophies Bailey The three Mho have been together for four years with
of ADC
Carolyn, daughter collection.
with VA-15, have totaled 4,775 flying hours.
Among personnel repotting
and Mrs. P. M. Hacker, born on *
of John Scott the "I<'I 'lng Ubangis" are: Lt. (jg)
the 13th. The family I'nsron 109
from NAAS Three Pilots Chalk' Up 4,775 HoursIn
ADC, was increased by the addition Huntington Hardisty, Comdr. Holland 1* Hastiiclci relieved -

of a baby girl, Jacquline, on Kings lle; Bruce G. Pendleton, Comdr William C. Hartman -
April 7. AEC, .from Fasron; Elaine J. ns commanding officer of Air During 4 Years With VA15Three

Combs, ALl, from VC-4; Henry
Lt. (jg) J. R. Babb was loyally Fasron 109 on April 14.
T. Coxe, Jr., PR1, and George R. Fleet Air Jacksonville
: of the coveted "E" for
welcomed back aboard after his Following a personnel inspection gunneiv
Schutte, AE3, from NAS Patux- fighter pilots last week celebrated
while the "okbteis" have
commended young
recent release from the Naval Hospital Comdr. Hartmann
ent River; David L. Maeger, AD3, their unusual record of almost been board.
he on
in Norfolk. the men for the cooperation
NAS Anacostia; Ella M. Ferreri, four years together in the same
received his tenure as acting The three have impressive
New men in the squadron include during run up an
AKAN, from Fasron 77; plus outfit.
"eklppcr. total of 763 aircraft cai-
Robert Bessette, AMAN; William D. Coin, SN, and George Since i reporting to Attack
William L. Gannon, SN; LloydW. Comdr. Hastreltei selected three rier landings during 26V4 monthsat
Sokol, SA, from the USS Coral Squadron 15 as midshipmen in
Ferrell, ADEAN; Robert M. Fasron 109 men for their out sea aboard the carriers USS
Sea. 1950, the trio of Lt. (Jg) CharlesR.
Dickens, PHAN; Stuart W. Hajes, i standing appearance at the inspec McDowell of Pine Bush, N. Y., Wasp, Coral Sea, Roosevelt; Leyte,

I'll A A N; Joseph V. Maquez, Fasron Six tion. They were: Erskine D. Lt. (Jg) William V. Lassen of Lake Champlain, Oriskany and

PHAN 'and Guy B. Chichester, PR1 Cledas J. Dicks, AN, Cabot. They were aboard the carrier -
Instrument Flight Training Unit's Gulff, ; Bloomfield N. J. and Lt. (Jg)
MAR. Earl E. Fuller ADI, is sel- and Joseph ,W. Delaney, SN. Henry G. Bailey of Cincinnati, Wasp on April 26, 1952 when
that collided with the ill-
The men lost through transfer ected "White U-at ,of the Week" One of the squadron's stellar have clung together in a unit ordinarily ship
fated the USS Hobson
and discharge included James C. for outstanding performance and basketball players, Bruce F. Behr having fast turnover, destroyer., .

Reach PHAN; John Cahill, leadership in Power Plants Divi AD3, was recently transferred to DURING THEIR long stint with

DAN; Ronald P. Hogan, ATAN; sion.A. VF-21 at NAS Oceana, while Ce- VA-15the* three have totalled VP-5 Concludes

native Chicagoan, Fuller enlisted cil L. Wilson, ADC \\as welcomedInto 4,775 actual flying hours-enough

shortly after WWII, serving the squadron. from. VP-16. to man the controls of a plane Test In I Defensive

at NAAS Grosse He, Mich., and + day and night for over six months. ,

NAS Pearl Harbor. He has since Former CenterInstructors They have accompanied their Offensive WarfarePatrol

seen duty at NAS Johnston Island squadron on three ,trips to the

; NAS Jax; CVG-17, and re- FindPositions Mediterranean, three to the Carib- Squadron Five. of Fleet

ported to Fasron Six in February bean area, and two junkets to Air Wing Eleven last week stageda

of this 'ear. other the Atlantic.
points on
dress rehearsal for war on an
Fuller makes his home in Avon- Key coast. expansive stage that leached far

dale with his wife Eleanor and Seven former instructors at IN ATLANTIC Fleet competition out into the Atlantic Ocean, off

two boys, Robert, six, and Edward NATTCenter now hold key posi- VA-15 has captured first the coasts of Florida and Georgia.

two. tions in Carrier Air Group Four, place and two second place awards I II Competing for the coveted Atlantic
The"welcome mat" was dusted
With VF-44 is leading chief I Fleet "E" for efficiency
for four men checking in: WalterT Payments Due
Loris Dickson, AEC former in- award, VP-5's long lange P2V5Neptune
Chaffin, AOC, from VS-30, Nor- Employee Mutual. Death Benefit -
structor of Aviation Electrician'sMate planes were submitted to
folk, Va; Ralph G. Bennett, SH2, Assessment No. 33 is due and
School, Class B; Line Chief every possible phase of defensive
USS Macon (CV-132)) ; Lloyd M. payable tomorrow April 23. As-
Frederick Burnett, ADC ex-In- and offensive aerial warfare.
Malott, AMAN, VF-103, and Edward sessment No. 34 is due and pay-
structor of Training Facilities and .
I G. Garner, AN, USS Leyte. able now and through Friday,
IFTU's offices and classroomshave Floyd Osburn, AMC exinstructorat April 30. Under the critical eye of judging

been moved topside in the Airman School. officials from Fleet Air Wing

southeast section of Hanger 115 Now doing duty with VA45are man School, and William Spencer, Eleven, VP-5 received an "Opera

Maintenance shops remain in the former instructors CharlesBrabban AMC, formerly of Airman School, tional Readiness Inspection..

AEC from AE School, now metal shop chief of VF-22. The exercises were designed to

Fleet Air Jax now electrical shop chief. With Another former handlerof, stu- test the squadron's ability to con

VF-22 Is Ensign George Dwyer, dents at Airman School Is Fred duct all of the flying and ground

pilot and assistance ordnance officer Kauffman, ADC, maintenancechief operations necessary to perform

r Welcomes First one time Instructor of Air- of CAG-4. meticulously and efficiently under

I simulated battle conditions. They

r. Wave OfficerI included mining enemy harbors

and channels to prevent the pas
A five year: tradition was
? sage of enemy merchant ships trying -
A shattered when Ensign Shir-
to supply enemy installation.
"" ley Scott reported for duty
Ip- ot0 and flying "round the clock" ie-
last week with Commander
connaisance missions over desig-
IN REEL TOWNShapely Fleet Air Jacksonville.
Myrna llansen, a Chicago miss LEI nated sea lanes to detect, track
Scott is not the
and winner of last year's Miss Ensign only and destroy enemy surface vessels -
first female ever assigned to Rear
Universe contest, Is enjoyingthe and submarines.
California sunshine be- Adm. Dsborne B Hardison's; staff *
tween shootings of her first but also the Navy's youngest
movie, "Yankee Pasha". After A portion of the training ua*
the recent heavy snowfall in Wave officer.Twentyone. devoted to deploying the entire

the Windy City, beautiful Miss years old, Shirley squadron "lock, stock and bai-
llansen can't say she envies here following a, three-
her shivering friends back reported rel" within a prescribed time limit -
home. month officer Indoctrinationcourse to a more strategic position

at the Newport, R. I. Na- This exercise was conducted to a

Comdr. Hastrietcr New val Station. She's becoming ori- point Just short of boarding the

Skipper Of Fasron 109 ented with staff policy by work- planes for actual take-off. Another

ing as an assistant in the FlagSecretary's Important phase of the opera-
The reins of Fasron 109 were
office, pending permanent
tions dealt with mock attacks on
handed to Comdr. Rolland L. Has-
assignment to the Corn- far off land targets.
trieter by squadron skipper Comdr. Fair Jax communications depart- .

William, C. Hartmann, last Wed- ment.
Info On AA AvailableFor
nesday. Ensign Scott won her BS. degree wFy
information concerning
Prior to his arrival at Fasron from Kent State Universityat
L. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA),
109, Comdr. Hastrieter served as Kent Ohio, prior to entering ""_m_ ___, _,_ call extension 648.
navigation officer aboard the USS the Naval Reserve. Seriously considering -, FIRST FLEET WAVE OFFICER-Rear Adm. Osborne B .

Valley Forge. Comdr. Hartmann making Navy a career, Ilardi&on Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, greets Ensign The is refer-
resumes his, original duties as ex-1ec"th'e : she has already requested a transfer I Shirley Scott upon her arrival as first female officer assigned to bridegroom's car

the Admiral's staff in the command's five red to In some circles as the getaway
year blstorr. Ensign
to the '
officer. regular
Scott is also the Navy's youngest Wan officer at 21. car.


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22 April 1954 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

: ; :, i:; : i r:,\: d," More Personnel

DATA .. .. "

FROM ---El \ Recipients'Lucky Bucks'Of

Examinations for advancement

F SALTY HUMOR FROM When personnel are approached
to Pay Grade E-3 were conducted r v rv .v ), ,
and asked to repentthe
on April 13, with a total of l HERE AND THERE
tor at
safety slogan April,
:58 participating: Of these, only
first they falter and then shrug
.15 succeeded in obtaining a pass- Boot: "And I hope the meals
it off.
Ing grade of 250. '-' are all good."

An analysis of the answers submitted &2 -- CPO: "Oh, yes We have a balanced But as' soon as the "Voice ofSafety'
in the of
in this exam indicated diet, Every bean weighs person
Charles Able, NAS safety superintendent -
clearly the lack of preparationof Y1Y the same.
out a crisp .
i pulls
candidates. For
I most example, ..,
3 dollar bill and holds it in front
more than half of the candidates n Then there's the one about the

,,were unable to distinguish be- c cross-eyed teacher who had no of the person, you can almost
hear the wheels and of
tween a 1st, 2nd and 3rd degree control over her pupils. cogs
brain apparatus whirling '
burn, or to identify a vice admiral r *
around madly for the answer.A .
by his sleeve stripes. For an hour a querulous cus-
correct answer, within 15
A considerable number thoughtthat tomer had been testing fountain
seconds, to the question: "Whatis
the best treatment for a pens to find one tliat suited him. "
the safety slogan for April,
third degree burn was to put Iodine Having tried! nearly every pen In
Is bringing dollar bills to all
og it, and an equal number INSPECTS FUEL DEPOT-Comdr. J. K. Webster (left) pays the store, he had covered several hands./

thought that the difference be- his first 'visit to the Navy Furl Depot, Jacksonville, after assum- sheets of paper with the wordsTcmpus of bucks"last

tween a light and heavy cruiserwas ing: duties as commanding officer of Fuel Supply Office, Wash- Fuglt.' Recipients "lucky

the number of men in the ington, D. C. Watching Comdr. Webster turn the valve on the week were: S. L. Dalhouse,
diesel fuel storage tank is Ledr. L. A; Vickers, officer In charge Finally the saleslady came up Public Works design section;

crew of the Navy Fuel Depot at Trout River. The Fuel Depot observes with a pen she was certain ho'd C. Q. Williamson, Public Works
*. I its third of independent operation Monday
All candidates were providedwell like, and calling on her last bit utilities; G. A, Hentz, OAR

in advance with a study One Of Busiest In Navy ,of selling technique, she said: plant division quarterman; Kec-

guide which outlined the subjectsto "Here's one that I know Is going mlt Jones, Supply-Fiscal packer -

be covered by the examination, to suit you, Mr. Fugit. and Mary Alice Droze, Industrial -

and which indicated the material l Fuel Depot At Trout River SIn Relations stenographer.

from which the examination ques- a small town people will .

tions would be taken The resultsof sympathize with you In trouble- Safety slogan for April Is:

the examination make it very Observes Third''' and If you haven't any trouble", "Keep Your Mind On Safety,

obvious that the candidates made BirthdayMonday they'll hunt some up for you and Safety On Your Mind." 1d

little or no effort to take advant- t *

age of these guides, or to preparefor April 26, the Navy to the shore activities of the 6th A consultant Is an ordinary {guya ; Stars And Bars

the, exam. Fuel Depot at Trout River, Naval District long way from home I

S tAll will observe its third birth-

candidate are advised that day of independent operation.No Regular Extensive deliveries Service are made She: "You aren't pulling that Schedules First i

eligibility requirements for future
formal ceremonies have been "
from the Trout River terminal to 'out of gas routine, are you? '

I examination for advancement to planned, but Depot employees will Mayport, NAS Jacksonville, NAS He: "No, this is the 'here after'routine Event Saturday ,.
I Pay Grade E-3 will include the mark the occasion with a "birth .
' .
!j completion of the appropriate day cake" and the Navy Band Cecil Field, NAS Sanford, NAS Junior officers aboard the Na-
She "What's that?
Pensacola, NAAS Glynco, Ga., and :
I Navy Correspondence Course, and will give a concert at 1230. He: "If you aren't here nfter val Air Station will be entertained I

of all Military and Professional NAS :Memphis, Tenn. Saturday afternoon, and every
Originally a Fuel Unit of the what I'm here after, you'll be I
I Practical Factors. The forms necessary Supply and Fiscal and Public The Fuel Depot also adminis here after I'm gone." Saturday afternoon thereafter, by .r

for practical factor completion Jax ters leased fuel storage facilities members of Stars and Bars, a
Works departments of NAS *
I may be obtained from the In Savannah, Ga., Jacksonvilleand national service organization
under the mUl- i
the Depot is now
Wife "A l Utter masked
I & E Office, Building 955, andcorrespondence of the Port Everglades, Fla. This : private founded as a hospitality activity
commanding i
tary'control "
! for
course enrollment last activity Is the major supplier and personal came you today. for all commissioned personnel of
officer, NAS Jacksonville, and un-
! did it
"Yes And
I I may be accomplished through division der the management control of of aviation fuels to' NAS Key Hubby?" : what the armed forces wearing starsor

I officers West, MCAS Miami, and USAF say bars.
the Navy's Bureau of Suppliesand .
\ The next examination for Pay Base at West Palm Beach The Informal drop-In, get-ac-
Grade E-3 will be conducted on Members "of the anniversary The three great menaces on the quainted parties will be held at
Lrdr. Vlckers in Charge
these to
I Tuesday, July 13 All persons who The officer-in-charge, Lcdr. L committee areV.: W. Hale and highway authorities days is ,drunken according driv- the Officers Club between 1630

I expect to participate in this examination H. R. Rogers, fire division; R. some and 1030. Hostesses will be young
A. Vickers, is also assigned collateral ing, uncontrolled thumbing and indiscriminate -
should begin work on duty as assistant to the V. Cullers, guard division; Judge spooning. To put it college and career women, who

such courses and factors Imme- Cooley and Morris Simmons, have recently affiliated with the
NAS Jax Supply-Fiscal officer.In .
hie hike and hug
diately, to be sure of completing maintenance division, and Harry briefly, Jacksonville unit of Stars ami
three short the Fuel *
all required work in time to take Adkisson and Sam Boltlen, fuel Bars
Depot has increased its operationsso An economist is a man who hasa
part In that examination.The division. Harriet Weaver, national director -
that today it is one) of the bus Phi Beta Kappa key on one end
I & E Office is ready and arrived yesterday from national -
iest in the Navy. In a recent eight- of his watch chain and no watchon I
eager to help all hands to prepare headquarters in Washington -
Teen-age Club Slates
for advancement, but in final analysis day period, almost 300,000 barrellsof the other end. I i D. C., to interview the local
fuel received and issued, .
were *
fellows, IT'S UP TO YOU! Dance Friday belles, between the ages of 20 and

, I and the stock ledger value of these "Was your buddy badly hurt 30 years; for membership in the

transactions amounted to over I Teen-age grade school depend when he was hit by the car?" .
I School Honors To ents of Naval and Marine Corps organization.The
$1,000,000. Last summer the Depot "Yes sir, he suffered a conclu- first chapter of Star and]
i personnel in the Jax area will
handled larger quantities of sion of the brain.
Bars ua organized In 1043.
! aviation fuels than other hold the first in a program of
Sailors Marine I jet any "You mean concussion of the The organization reactivated after -
dances, sponsored by the Teen "
Navy activity. brain, don't you-? the Korean outbreak, and

High scholastic honors brought Final phase of modernizationand age club, in Building 804, of the "No sir I mean conclusion. He's later was incorporated under the

recognition to two sailors and a construction was completedonly Naval Air Station Friday eve- dead."
guidance of Special Services; officers -
Marine at three NATTCenter last month when a tanker ning, 1930 to 2230. .
In the Pentagon.The .
schools last week. cargo of diesel fuel was received Music will be furnished by the Pa: "It's two o'clock 'bout
weekly parties only
are one
Leading the graduate class at tanks "NATTCATS" of the Naval Air
into the Depot's storage time Sally's college friend went of the projects undertakenby
AN (P) School was Pfc. Donald Technical Training Center
Now aviation twotypesof
gasoline, home. the ladies who give
Sass former student the University young
I a at jet fuel, Navy special bunker Teen-age dependents from Ce- Ma: "No, John, remember how more than 50 hours each year to
of :Minnesota. He
I topped fuel, and Navy diesel fuel are cil Field and Green Cove Springs we used to court. social service endeavors. Member

a class 92,55.Sass .of 180 with high averageof available for fleet units and barge, have been invited. Twentyfivecents Pa: "That settles ,it, Out he volunteer assistance to the Chap-:

tank car, or tank truck shipment admission will be charged goes!" lain's Service Corp, Red Cross.
entered the Marine Corpsin
Gray Ladles, USO Center and In
May 1953, and retried to Jax
the veteran's hospitals.
in February of this year. His new
Invited to attend are the following
assignment is at NATTCenter, In
officers and their ladies:

Memphis. 4 Rear Adm. Owborne B. Hardison,
Harry Burgess, AEAN, was '
Commander Fleet Air Jackson
honor student at Aviation Elec-
ville; Capt. Burnham\ C. McCaf-
trician's :Mate School, Class A. He ( ,
free, NAS Commanding Officer
A ;
came to AE School from Airman

School, Norman(: Okla. He reportsto Capt. David McCampbcll Com-
list, ,; ; V manding Officer of the Naval Air
Brunswick, Me., for duty with _
VP-21. Technical Training Center; Capt.

Edward S. Lowe, Commanding Officer -
Honor student at AviationStorekeeper's
of the Naval Hospital; Capt.
School, Class A, was
John L. Counihan, Commanding
Edward Myers, AKAN. After 18
Officer of the Naval Air Reserve ,
months at Guam, Myers was sent
Training Unit; Capt. Theodore
to AN (P) School at Norman and :
Dahl, Commander Fleet" Air Wing
thence here to Jax
I 11, and commissioned officers in ,
<( Visitor: "Are you the Executive I the Navy, Army, Coast Guard,

Officer? I have a grandson serv- Air Force and Marine Corps who

ing at this base." LONG WAY FOR OVERHAUL-Evidence of the far-flung reach of the NAB lax Overhaul and are on active duty and their la

Exec. Off: "Yes, madam, buthe's Repair department is given by this R4D from the American Embassy in Cairo, Egypt. The planeis dies. ,
here for a major overhaul. Used as a naval mission plane by the Naval Attache to Egypt, the
Coordinating plan for the Saturday
sway on leave just now, attending plane is now in the hands of the Acceptance and Transfer division During he Iterin another -
funeral! for event I f. Lt J R. LaCroix.
! your plane has been sent to Egypt replacement.

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Page Six JAX AIR NEWS 22 April 1954

i Mainside Softball Honors TIMEQUT

i Sought By 14 Entries ,I ; With Gordon Bobbie

Folks who take in the Eastern

The accent is on quality as a J pared-down field of M Navy Boxing Finals at King Hall

I top) flight outfits get set for the opening of Mainside intramural this evening are, this department

t :: softball competition Monday. Though only one league can assure you, in for a prodigious

I I'" is in operation this year, action is expected to be fast and fistic treat. The stops will

,;' furious, with a tight pennant race in prospect, 'be pulled when Atlantic Fleet
.1t ---.- winners enter the squared circle
Special Services was In the ,
(the others one time. Contests: will
.. against Eastern District champions *
of drawing a scheduleat .
process ; up
be carded four afternoons weekly 1 e4v
presfctime. All units entered in
The team in tint place at theseason's
play are requested to pick up a The stakes ate high in this OM.
end will represent Main-
completed schedule today or to- A victory assures that mittsman

morrow. side In the station playoff. of a spot In the All-Navy Finalsat

Umpires are urgently needed San Diego later this month.
ONI.ONE; round is contemplated -
with each team meeting for league competition. All men Naval Air Station, Jacksonville,
interested in serving as an 'arbiter -
has been designated host for the
-- ----------- -- I
with an abundant knowledgeof topflight Navy sporting event.

Keglers Sixth In the game, should register with Seems only a fortnight ago that

6ND CompetitionJax Frank McCaffrey at Special" Services the All-Navy Baseball Tourneywas

Building 930. held here.

Navy's bowling team A CLINIC for umpires is being "".--- a .
could place no better than sixthin READY FOR NEW :
planned to better acquaint them CAl\IPAIGN1\Iullinr over prospects for "'e'n. had the pleasure of
a field of ten at the Sixth Mainside play the '1954 Mainside Intramural softball season are Dennis Dietrich
with the league
Naval District Championships, (left) and Don Glidewell crack battery of Fasron 109. Glidewell swapping trade talk all this
individual Umpires will be payed for services claimed three no-hitters in city league competition last rear The week with Bill Coughlln, Cine-:

despite an high gameof tendeied. Fasronites are favored to repeat as station champs. Lunt journalist here for the boxing -
256 by John Kernodle.
With the aid of three, and pos championship Always great
Host Key West won the tourney -
with 35 points out of a sibly four, playing fields, several Fort Jackson Nine Here to that with a fellow from the
contests can be carded each day. old home town.
possible 36. In older followed
Fields being utilized are: York- "I'd the Fleet can take six
Green Cove Springs, 29; Cecil say
town (Yorktown and Mustin), Al- "
of the bouts tonight averred
Field, 22; Naval Base Charleston
bemarle (Albemarle and Muslin) For Three-Game StandStorm
21 ; Patrls Island, 19, Jax Coughlin, who, incidentally, pronounces
and Saratoga (Saratoga and Mus
his from
Navy 17; Glynco, 15 ,i : MCAS name differently

Miami, 134; Charleston' Reserve tin). The Hospital diamond may warnings have been hoisted at Mason\ Field) mark- Jax Navy first sacker Jim "How
also be used.DEFENDING. .
Fleet, 9, and Pensacola, ing the advent of Foit t Jackson's powerful baseball dread- ever anything can happen in a

forfeit station champion nought on the local scene The Golden Arrows-provide the tourney like this. The District
Fasron 109 is back to defend its
Jack Combs whisked the Fli opposition for Jax Navy in a three-game stand today boys could easily. upset the apple
title. Such regulars as Don Glide- "
era into early contention witha I through Saturday at the local orchard. cart.
well and Bill Madden are avail-
630 individual high series, Determined not to be overcomeby It won't be known 'til close to
able. The Beavers should be strengthened day tilt between these clubs. In
but the locals were unable to fight time exactly which boxers
with the addition of sev- the Arrows brute force the that fray the collegians posteda
maintain the pace and faded I will compete. Each team has extra
eral proven newcomers. Coachingthe Fliers. warmed up to this week's strength-sapping. 3-2 win in two
the final two days. men available. This way, coachescan
Rolling for Jax Navy, along Fasronites is Ensign Edward I task by carving out a 12-run Inning extra frames. conduct "hide and go seek"tactics.

with Kernodle: AN (Ii), and Connell. to defeat Presbyterian College Football Weather .
Out to upset the Beavers are* 19-14, last at Ma- The winning tally was of the
Combs, AE School, were Tiny Saturday One bout we hope jells Is that
Hospital, NARTU. Fasion' Six, scant A and
Field.It vaiiety. tingle a pairof
Wilhorn and Carl Sistrunk,
of 129-pounders Ray Allen, Fifth
FAW-11, Personnel l, FAETU and sacrifices plated centerfielder
NATTC Commissary; Tony was an about face of a Fri- Naval District title-holder and
ComFair ,Jax. Luther Welsh who had reached
Gonzales, NAS Special ServIces Chico Ayala of the Fleet, Ayalais
Also, Supply VC-62, VW-4, Operations first via a walk.
; Jack Lucovsky, N A S ? a former All-Navy champion
VP-5 and VP-18. Loser was George Blackstock
Small Stolen, and Matt Kurt- VARSITY NINE HIT while Allen dumped Jax Navy'sClarence
--a. ((1-1)) who came on for Petey
Lich, NATTCenter Special Ser-
MAD Miltsmilhs BY TRANSFERSAnyone Sheets in the 10th. In nine innings Calloway in Quaiter-
vices. Eye Finals
Intertsttd'in competing Sheets issued only three hits and competition.

---------- --- All-Marine one run.Saturday's. \Mrnt underscores urh a O"-
TourneyFour for a berth with the Jax
slhle bout, however' U the fact
wild fiasco, playedin
Quartet Ties Navy Fliers is invited to try
Marine Post and Station out at any time throughout the football-like weather, was won that Allen .in a, former pupil of

boxers from Jax Navy enplaned] season. Due to the uncertaintyof by the Fliers on the strength ofa Ayala. "Rarnldc Hill" lUennan,

For Blind today for the Marine Corps Air retaining key personnel "two-touchdown" eighth inning. District coach, states, "Allen

Station, El Toro, Calif., and the throughout the year due to Sam Travis, Matt Woloszyn and will probably give the Fleet

Bogey Prize All-Marine Boxing Tournament, transfer, squadron deploymentand Jim Coughlin got two runs apiece C'lilco!. Ayala one of the warmest

April 26-2D.. discharges, the door has with Travis' homerun poke the battles .of his career"

Everybody got into the act durIng Ramon Rodrigues, 112 pounds; been left continually open to big noise. Brennan once was a ranking

Saturday's Blind Bogey playat Tony Benedict 132 pounds; Clyde new candidates.Men Woloszyn Star world's middleweight contender

the /station greensward with Page, 175 pounds, and Lee should report, with own The big scoring i outburst The Fleet's bossman, Al Gibbs,

four men finishing in a ,tie for Burcky 147 pounds, comprise the equipment, to coach Frank Mc- brought the McCaffieymen froma has held the All-Navy flyweighttitle

fust-place honors. contingent from Jax MAD. 12-7 deficit. Merle Gunnet (3-1)) and claims an illustrious ca-
Caffrey at Mason Field. 0 n
The number drawn from a hat Accompanying the boxers were day when no games are carded earned the win despite not beingat reer In the "play-for-pay" ranks

was 77, matched by Lew Chaff 1st Lt Fred Mullikin USMCR, practice sessions ate held his usual form Frank Jan- .

((80-3)), Comdr, Roy Westmoreland Coach Steve :Mayer and Trainer at kunis started on the hill and last For the past couple of weeks,

((92-15)), John Elliott (86-9)( and Gene Fox. ed for five and a third frames. the sports desk has added a familiar .

Bill DeMoss ((81-7), 1600."s Woloszyn brought his batting name, John Charvat It's hopedhe
mark to a respectable .323 as a
Recipient of low net laurels can once again become a per- _
I # result of two singles, a double anda manent fixture here
were Charles Summitt and Lou
triple in six trips. Matt drovein
Biozo, each with 78. High winds Charvat served previously as a
five runs in addition to steal
buffeting the course caused usual- Jax Air News sports staff member -
ing two bases.
ly low scores: to plummet. TAD from VP-3. He has just
I.A I. Things looked bleak through the
returned from Iceland.
In Sunday's Blind Bogey play,
middle innings, as the visitors
Bob Wallace walked away with He's currently filling two
from Clinton, S. C., produced a
all the apples, his even par 72 pair of four run frames and a shoes, putting out the qud

good enough for low gross honors five run Inning. Presbyterian's ron cruise book and working on

and the Blind the de k.
Bogey prize. sports !
batting star was catcher Jennings

Also hitting the lucky numberwas Roberts, who tripled in the sixth a .

Bill Barrow"With 80-8. with two men on It was just four years ago that.

The annual station championship Navy officials announced the discontinuance

tourney resumed action this of the All-Navy

week in all flights. In championship Flier Nine Aided sports program. A decision necessary "

bracket quarter-finals, defending By Center Trio at the time because of travel

champion: Bob Wallace restrictions.How .
Three NATTCenter students
edged Lew Chaff :5 s and 4; Milt wonderful It is for Navy
two pitchers and a catcher
Hurst eliminated Ed Korbell, 1-up are sports in particular and AllService
seeing service with the Jax
and Bill Scarbrough, 'with a six athletics in general that this
Navy Fliers this
foot putt on No. 18, dropped Bill season. ruling has since been relaxed.
Two men are attending Aviation
Barrow, 1-up. Example tonight's boxing;
Electricians Mate School
Second flight play saw Doc show would be a vision instead
while the other
recently graduated
Mabry earn a spot in the finals GETTING THE LATEST SCOOP-Comes this time of the year from Aviation Ordnance- of a reality.

by defeating Cebe Coward, 4 and and you'll find arguments on baseball pro and con In every nook man School is now a memberof
3. Mabry's opponent will be JackJ and cranny There are groups of personnel who will be sharper
of Paul 1 1Jula than the rest thanks to free copies of the annual Baseball GuideBook Ship's Company. Weekend Tide Table
( Pin, upset conqueror given away jointly by the Sporting News and major league From NATTCenter are the A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.
-- .ball clubs. This year's limited supply of copies which reached the following: HIGH

J,. Joe VanVactor knocked over Joe station were donated by the New York Giants, Philadelphia Athletics Pfe. Frank LOW
Jankunis, (pAO FrI 1107; 11:31: 4:59 4:56
Eoranski and Chuck Schoder defeated and Pittsburgh Pirates. Mulling over achievements of the : :
Coleman in third "home nine" are front row (left to right) Glenn Rodgers, CP; Ray Norville, AN, (p)_--AEPfc. Sat 11:56: 5:47: 5:49:

Ken flight Jerry Jensen, AN; and Morris Bowman SN. In rear is Jerry Sal Tassone, (p)--AE Sun 12:52: C:4l: 0:52f& :
( play Womack, AN.

1 :...4. - NEWS" 1

22 April JAX AIR Page Seven .

,...- Fleet vs Shore In Eastern


Boxing T Gurney Tonight

k Twenty top-flight Navy boxers tackle the last hurdle in the path to an An.Navy

., i f;,:' berth by trading punches in the Eastern Navy Finals at King Hall tonight at 2000. A

capacity throng is expected for tonight's fistic extravaganza which promises thrills galore -
,. .'': !.,(" ,... ,
,, :' 'r'" Star-studded entry lists have
will be East Coast representatives ney promotion is Lcdi. Richard V.
been filed by both competing
t in the All-Navy Finals at S a n Donahue. NAS Special Services
r teams, Fleet and Shoie. Under
; Diego later this month. Officer, assisted by Lcdr. Peter
the Atlantic Fleet banner, coached -
manavail Culbertson of NATTCenter Spe.
by veteran ring mentor Al With more than one
Gibbs ale six former All-Navy able for several weight divisions, cial Services! .

champions. opposing coaches have chosen to !Tickets for tonight's boxing, &

Tutoring District boxers Is wait until shortly1 before fight show will be assigned for officer( ,

5'S "Bainicle Bill' Brennan, former time to decide on definite pairings. guests and chief petty officers

worlds middleweight contender, : Host for the tourney is Rear while admission for enlisted men

Biennan is not yielding any groundto Admiral Heber H. McLean, Commandant and Waves will be by ID cards

_mm .. 'mn.n.n"n______ __ _"'h .... .#.__.. .'... coach Gibbs' favored Fleet Sixth Naval District Tourney officials will be Fred

MAN FROM l\IARS1-No, this is not an Invader from outer squad All but two of the District Capt Burnham C. McCaffree, NAS Huffman, Arthur Mejerson, Henry .

space, but Is one of the several spear fishermen at NAS. Spear boys scored emphatic KO commanding officer, has been desIgnated Bachara, Chuck Steger and

fishing is raining: in popularity and Ben Neitzer; DN3, wins during the Quarter-Final Tournament Director. Chuck Rogers, Judges; Hugh
of Training Facilities Art Shop, NATTCenter, puts in his spare Competitors were slated to Jones, referee; Del Webb, timekeeper
Tourney. I
time with the sport. lie is fully equipped with mask, spear. run,
frog shoes and snorkel. Survivors of tonight's battling I weigh in this morning at 1000 at I ; Roy Daniels, timekeeperat
II I the NAS Infirmary. Reports state the knockdowns, ; Nathan P.

Reds Cards On Tap that all boxers are down to their Mallison, announcer, and Lt, P.

respective weight limits I W Morgan, ring physician

For Local Braves A post-fight banquet. Is sched- I Only Sixth Naval District entryIs

uled for tomorrow at 2130 at the Pensacola's Rocky Plant, sui-

Currently on the load for a one Mainsrde Lounge vivor of District' I elimination

week's stand, the Jacksonville Trophies to wInners of each events Jax Navy boxers went an

Braves return to the Myrtle Ave. weight division will be awarded" far as the semi-final round in the

home confines Tuesday to open at this time Eastern Navy Quarter-Finals. last
stand Playing a major/ role In tout week at Norfolk'
a three-game against .
.: .
; : .
Lou lost decision
\\hite's Columbia Reds. Espinosa a split

Following this series, the Col- Meet Formed For to Bob Jack of Fatuxcnt

umbus Cardinals move in for a River in the 6-pound division.
Outdoor Pools Center TankmenThe Clarence lost TKOto
three-game stay, April 30, May Officially Calloway by a
annual NATTCenter Intramural Allen in
Ray the second round.
12. After a shaky start, the Red-
Swimming Championships Ted Moje was a second round
birds are showing signs of making
I will be held next Tuesday victim to the First Naval Di,..
things tough for other clubs. Mainsiders
Opened By I April 27, at 1630, In the trict's Dan Logan: h
The Braves, in the Milwaukee
Indoor Pool, Building 614 Probable pairings!: ....
farm! chain, are defending South Mainsideis with an insatiable aidour for swimming and Entries are being received at }'....t Iii.girtIleat.I
Atlantic League .htR.y
champions sun bathing rousingly greeted the official opening of the the Physical TrainIng Office, I.. . .u. ... .Jake ".1..

Tickets are on sale at Donaldson's NAS outdoor pools last weekend.Four but a deadline of Friday evening Don Lea ..nil 1'1".. Dar !<.!aa
Men's Store at $1.25 each of the five Mainslde tanks l lI has been set, l isa'1'.Y..i..
All home contests start at 2000, I ;i actually In the water Showers (litrlir Itutlrr ,n Hub Kpp.r....
I II '..
CPO Waves, OClub and small must be taken before the 15 l udJoha .
i entering\ --
with .
Sunday games getting un- I Greew; tall.b I'i..t!
pool behind Building Three.-.were I pool after application 147 II..IMUIavtrritrA
derway at 1500.Rods I 'Center Diamond HarrrttVVrrB rrtrri..
.. .
In motnlng 139 r* nd
-- -- -- use Saturday
== ('h''... AJ ai, . .tIL...., Buy Allr.*

andNimrods Pool Supervisor John Ralfoid r i1.1 Action Marked Mob Jaeka.a IJI:. .I'omidf.*.. ... n.b IUpkl.
Indicated the large pool behind : US I'omid.
-S"A- Il. .
> MhorUi U (;JUt Ob.ra"
Building Three would be availableIn ScoresHome 119 .'......
By High lUnilJ Aidrrni. .,Mike Hr....llIII
the near future, pending completion I. r.'K mfmmmm m a I ..' pinS by George Guzman (' r-krltji: < .u. AMilrrw T.Wh'lhf'i' .rp.r
Reports In from Raggedy Point of repairs. i..". ', .. r8I ifj *- Allen would fight was
.. I and William Finley and timely
j .. .....- . l! not certain nt prr i lime.
show that Jack E. Hamilton, AOC, Life Guard: l.Med : ',,, enabled
I' rl &"'! "' '"-''''' hitting by Tommy Higgins
I .-..... .....-. -.-:.'":&.-..-..-.-..",-..-;
recently landed a 101.; pound A competent staff of lifeguards Aviation Ordnanceman 'B'
Station Nines Can
black bass. Raggedy Point Is each of whom has qualified I I Like any other sport, golf has School to engulf Aviation Ordnanreman -

south of Scotty's Landing, near I' In the Red Cross Senior LifeSaving certain ruler and regulations "A" School, 21-0, in a Enter New Loop

Orange Park. I course, will be on duty for I I which should' be observed.' These NATTCenter Intramural Softball Applications are being accepted -

Hamilton, who also boasts of the duration of the season. I League game last week, for a late softball league
rules have been made for you,
a nine pound catch, is throwing I Life guard assignments! include NAWS School outlasted the AK under the auspices of the City

away six and a half pounders Don Scott, Nick Demas, Dave Hil- the others playing and the good Marines, 18-11, with Bob Bohn- Recreation Department and the

because they're too small I dieth and Ron Campbell, Main- of the course' itself. This week'sbit stengels bludgeon providing the station teams 'are invited to

A party composed of Lt. R. D. I side; Leo Kelly and Homer BI in- / of golfing etiquette deals with difference, AN (P) School was a participate.An .

Macon and daughter Sara Ann, son, Waves; Bob Grabaz and Tom thoughtful treatment 0 f the tougher opponent for NA\VS, but organizational meetingwill

from Weeksvllle, N. C., and J. C. j Curry, CPO, and Jim Groover and i gr'een still lagging, 11-7. be held Monday night, April
Feher and T. A. Davis, boated Jim Skelton, O'Club.' Other results last week: .AE "B" 26, at 1930 in the offices of

"40 trout, including one tippingthe Prospective: guards are Henry RULE THKKK: 7, AK: "A" 3; MAD 2, AGO 0; the CRD, 311 W. Duval.
Green are the most delicate Special Services 10, Training Facilities
I Additional information
scales tan
at seven pounds. Floyd and Jim Graham, both of
part of the course and must be 0, Special Services 18, AE be had Chuck
by phoning
Rogers -
They also caught four blues, O &: R, and NAS Special Servicemen I III
I treated accordingly. Do not track "n" 8; Training Facilities 21, AO 4.8331.Kotsuba.
two pompano, one mackerel anda Junior Cassell and Joe Veaterrnan -
caddy carts across or lay bags "B" 2; Personnel 2, MAD 0; AE
flounder Their II .
happy fishing
on them. Do not let flag poles' "A" ?, AGO 4; AE 'B' 10, AO --
Basin.grounds were at the Mayport Mourn hanged jab Into greens j I "B' ir Third In

Pool hours have been altered .

this )'ear. Monday through Saturday N
Mile Event At
the pools are open from t
SPORTS FROMYESTERYEAR 1000 to 2030, while Sunday the .

opening lit delayed until 1200. State AAU MeetThree

Swimmers are cautioned on the
Jax Navy thinclads finIfched -
Another in a weekly feature use of sun tan oils, which may
that brings to life performances be used at any time except when ;; 5.yM in the money at the annual
on the Naval Air Station Florida State AAU. Track and
Field-> Championships last! weekend .
/sports scene from dusty issues
of the Jax Air News, Jax Tests Tough at the University of Florid,

Five sailors and two marines Miami Net Team Johnny Kotsuba, NAS Hospital,
was third In the mile nt 4 :3'',
won championship bouts Nationally ranked Universityof while Mel Christensen, NAS Operations
in the NATTCenter Golden battle the Jax
Miami was fourth at half the
Gloves Tournament. Highlight Navy tennis varsity Saturdayafttinoon distance in 202.: Both perfoimancea -
match was a. heavyweight bat- '
on the Hurricane's sun I bettered Jax
Navy record.
tle between winner D. O. Co- I j
soaked courts in promises 4sr Pat Dt'vanl'Y, NATTCenter Post'
hen and Peter Jensen I I to be a whale of a test for the Office, had a fifth In two f\'f'ntl.
I"'l'EAn AGO TODAYHospital's iK
linksmen, National Fliers He tied In the high Jump, an.1,
Jax will carry a season markof running an outside lane, morej
League winners, captured the the scheduled nine 6 ? In the
2-2 into { US L Y 220-jaid dash
all-station intramural golf .,.. rOer ...
matches against Miami, having ac.ew : Jax Navy's track squad Journey -
crown by drubbing American scored wins over the Universityof "NO NEED FOR THIS"-Mainslde life guard Don Scott (left) to Ft. Jackson this weekend .
League. champion Fasron Six, Georgia and Georgia Tech and Jim Skelton throw away the "Secured"<< sign, no longer need I for a return engagement with
7'i-O, in A playoff at the station ed as the five outdoor swimming pools open for the summer. The
while bowing to the Universityof extends through the soldiers, who won AH usher.
season early September.<< Pool hour are 1000 to I
(01ll' f'
Florida and Duke University 2030 daily and 1200 to 2030 Sunday I meet here, 76',4} to 334.!

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+ Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 22 April 1954

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. 2 bdrm. furn. apt., ?25 weekly
$100 monthly, 5529 Seaboard

Ave Gullette, ext. 789.
3 rni. furp. apt. 2767 Lydia St
f H. 'C Bickner Ph. 28118.
Welcome aboard to Lcdr. Ed-
4 nn. 'furn. apt. 2636 Myra St, ,
Ph. 7-8516, Mrs Cowart. I f r ward Nowakowskl who is hen

e j 1'12601 Park, Mrs. Houston, on two weeks training duty. Lcdr.

Y : Ph. 82770. I- I Nowakowskl halls from Knoxville,

2 modern imfurn. homes. Ortega, { Tenn., where he is a construction
near NAS. 4031'' Baltic, Ph. 2- AW34 engineer.

5224, Mr. Groethe. _
Bdrm., kilchen, 2025 Hciscbel St. : :. ... ; ,Lcdr. "Smokey" Morrlll, Assist
Mrs. Parker a ant resident officer in charge of
3 im. furn. apt. Ph. 2.0291, Mrs. construction, is being detached tomorrow
';( Hanks. and will return to civilian (-

3 I bdrm. house, 4740 Wheeler Ph. life. Lcdr. Morrill reportedto

8-6550 Mrs. Rowe. Jacksonville in August 1951.

3 rm. turn. apt. Ph. 8-1760, Mrs. Kathryn Macon, Clerk-typist
reported for work Monday in the
27 ft. 1950 United House Trailer, Transportation Division. Lonnie
: Lot 31, Azalea ,Trailer Park.
'--- Green, Automotive Mechanic and
William Wood. "BALLIN' TilE JACK"-The "Gravy Train" makes 'a daily visit at the hangar areas and it's wife are happy these days overa
3: bdrm. furn apts. ((2)) 8524 Ma- okay with personnel they make the visit permanent. The "Gravy Train" Is the term applied to born Calvin :Mus
tera Ave. Ph. 112-8-8244, J, D. a band of troupers featuring Tiny Moore and his "Bolt Dusters" from 0 & R, who entertain at son recently.
noon hour with music, songs and dances. As an added attraction volunteers Sonny Cooper and selwhite Automotive :Mechanic is
Saddler. Tiny Moore cut a few steps to add to the fun-all planned to help raise"donations for the Navy back to work after having under-
:1' bdrni. unfurn. apt. The Angels Carnival for Charity, to be held May 11-15. gone an appendectomy.
Apts. Ph. 2. 326, Mr. Whlttlng-
Farewell to Mary Smith Clerk.

1 ton.bdrm. furn. apts. ((3) 2148 Ros- Reveal Dates PtRCALATOR COFFEE NAVY typist, Procurement Section; Gene

', selle, Ph. 7-5461, Mrs. Winter. STAYS ON ''MENU EXCHANGE Tumjlson! engineering draftsman
For Design Division, and Virginia
August S
2, rm. turn. apt. (lower), private i The ground bean variety of coffee Crawford Clerk-typist of Con-
bath. Ph. 8.2655, Mrs. Rhodes.
will continue to be standard
a -
tract who
are departing from
3 rm. furn. apt., 3218 Herschel St., E-4,5,6 Tests I
item of the Navy menu, despite Public Works Friday.
45. Ph. 2-r 66. H. C. Yearga'in. the fact that the powdered
1 bdrm. Jax Beach Efficiency apt.. Washingt&n (AFPS) Dates of version is undergoing tests. Comdr. Charles Houghton's con-
114 12th Ave., S. Ph. 2-5986, the August 1954 Service-wide competitive This reassurance came from The week of April 26 is Na- dition has improved slightly and
1 H. Duval. examinations for advance tional Baby Week. See your Exchanges he Is'now in the Naval l Hospitalat
Rear A Joel
dm. D. Parks (SC), '
3541 ment to grades E-4, E-5 and Key West, Fla.Lt. .
5 rm. furn. house, Hyacinth. pay 'who said the tests were being for the Baby's needs and
Ph. 8-4743, Anderson.- E-6 have been announced by the made to judged the "acceptance of shower. gifts. Charles Brent is with Public -

1 rm. 566 May St. Ph. 7-8332, Mrs. Navy. the soluble type coffee in comparison Works for two weeks training
Eashure. Dates are as follows: E-4 (petty with similar tests now being New items received for children duty Lt. Brent is from VI'k bmg,

3 rm. furn. apt., 566 May St. Ph. officer third class), Tuesday, Aug. made by the Army. However, this week are stretch, panties Miss.

7'-S332. Mrs. Bashur 10: ;.5 (petty officer second the Navy, is ,Interested in owder- made from nylon helenca yarn; I I .

Unfurn. home $60. Mrs. Boyette, class), Tuesday, Aug. 17; and E-6 ed coffee, from a military' 'stand- "Ster-O-Lett Treasure Chest" New Ideas

ext. 759. (petty officer first class) Tuesday, point> since it i Is more compact which contains all the items nec-
3, rm. furn. house 45. 9361 103rd Aug. 24. to store and more simple' to prepare (Continued from Page 1))
essary for ,baby's formula; water
St. Ph. 8-3537 Mrs. Duggers.
i ky contestants. Fans will carry
4 rm. unfurn. apts. (2)) 629 Edison A new system of effective dates I. repellent, woven, interlock "Dr)'- away clock radios, fishing tackle,

r Ave. Ph.'4-3248, Mrs Thorp. of advancement in rating will All-Nile" panties,; new items for toasters and other small electrical -

3 bdrm. home, furn. or unfurn. I start with the August 1954 examinations Set Deadline For 'travel such as "Thermokeep"bags appliances, groceries ukeleles,
8441 Gainesville Rd. Ph. 2-4409. The Naval Examining
diaper bags, safety straps binoculars goggles, salt and
3 bdrm. apt., $65. 3536 Mayflower.Chief Center will issue advancement
sets, ash trays note
pepper pads,
and auto seats which permit baby -
Reed Bldg. 516. authorization letters indicatingthe Mustering out Pay to stand or sit. rattan baskets, playing cards key
Electric kitchen. Ph.
Furn. house. various dates that advance- chains, sun glasses, sewing bas.
2-3164, Mrs. Grace. ments are to become effective. For Korea VetsKorean Another item completely new kets pennant canes miniature
FOR SALE Advancements will be divided for the baby is the 100% dacron- coolie hats, clickers, whistles and
3 bdim. asbestos shingle home. into three periods. Personnel with veterans are remindedthat filled pillow These pillows are stuffed animals.
6116 Lynwood Ave. $1,000 GI the highest final will be completely washable, odorless,
multiples July 16, 1954, is the deadline IT LOOKS like two big days of
Equity., $37.50 mo. Ph. 8.6846, advanced in each rate as of Nov. date for filing application for non-matting mildew moth and fun for everyone at this once-a-

K. B. Renfro. 16, 1954. The effective dates for mustering-out pay, if they have dust proof non-allergic and will year Charity event. Personnel are
3 bdrm. cement block home. 4446 not retain heat or cold.
remaining personnel will be Jan. not received It. urged to attend and bring their
Shirley Ave. Ph. 8.6371, Lieut. 16, 1955 and March 16, 1955, depending This applies to all who served, Other new items at the Ex- families and friends. The Carnivalis
Bailey. on final multiples. to changes are :100% nylon filled
up and including the rank of sponsored by all commands on
Landola house trailer. Ph. 2.3003, S, t i captain .In-. the -A.*->"mw',T .nn/1..... A I. ..> I, sheets, both twin and double size, the Naval Air Station, for the
Melchior. I This system, the Navy says, will force and lieutenant senior gradein and lamp shade painting kits. purpose' of providing funds for
3 bdrm. on river 2831 Lakeshore
permit more advancements, to be the Navy, and who were discharged At the Country Store, patronswill charitable! organizations. It's an
Blvd. Ph. 2-5628, Chief Clancy. made and
still stay within the under honorable condi- find new shipments of aluminum easy way to donate and to enjoy
2 bdrm. CBS home, $1,050! cash.
limit of petty officer strength imposed tions between June 27, 1950, and folding lawn chairs and "um yourself at the same time.
5217 Marlene Ave. Lt. W.
by budgetary'restrictions.. July 16, 1952. These separated brellas." The man of leisure is invited Reserve the dates, May 14 and
Hooks, Green Cove Springs,
Examinations will be used for: since the latter to see the fascinating "Kil-
date received their 15.! The gala Midway will open
3365. I Advancement) in rating oi mustering-out pay on discharge. ler Kane" weed killer. at 1700, on Friday, 1400 on Sat
3 bdrm., 2 bath, ranch type home. USN and USNR personnel on active -
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Ph. 2-9663, R. F. Jones. ,... ., urday and remain open until 2400
duty with the regular Navy y+Wr..e. r !x ar5 yr! t+'T, sa +, M+ft tY+XMx+vM w.+ M rgp wl+
3 bdrm. home In Murray Hill. 4803 2)-Change) in rating from fire +n : : both nights. .

Louisa Terrace, Mrs. Masters. controlman to fire control technician -
3 bdrm. home, $2,500 Equity. Ph. and from aviation elec- ,j'Ii' MammothContinued
8-5565 Lt. Hunley. tronicsman to aviation electronics
S bdrm. home $300 down. Gulette technicians ( from Page 1))

ext. 789. 3)-Advancement) in rating of and ,two FAW-11 squadrons ate:
8 bdrm. home. 5169 Columbus Ave. personnel on continuous active Li i Sixteen destroyers and escorts, a

Ph. 8-4639, G. Hughes. duty in the Naval Reserve Organ seaplane tender two fleet oilers
3 bdrm. home, $8,500. 4619 Ulme ization (TAR)). and four other auxiliary types

Ave., Timuquana Manor. Ph. 88 4))-Substantiation of qualiflcatlons Air units include 20 squadron air

9189, Mr Anderson of Naval Reserve personnelto detachments including patrol, an-

MISCELLANEOUSRider enlist in the regular Navy in ti-submarine experimental and
wanted, Stockton and Fll equal pay grade. -' lighterthanairunits.The .

more. 730400.: : Ext. 8244, Mrs Further information on the examinations ,: t "enemy" force will be comprised

Hare. can be found in Bureau "t ''I of six "Guppy" submarines.
Baby sitter;., will care for children of Naval Personnel Notice % : Three other subs will roam beneath -
while parents vacation. Ph. 1 7- 1418, dated March 4, 1954. a .tJ the sea as members of the
4197, )[1'. Joyner.Deadly \ anti-sub team.
New squadron availability records 11 .
were also set when VF-174

GunneryContinued ground maintenance personnel y{ k"BRAIN 215 ViolationsContinued

( from Page 1) kept aircraft available to meet -
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nls took honors with 59 hits. Den every scheduled flight; squadron WASHING"-"It's a new kind of 'brain washing1 for
pis also took second place honorsat pilots logged nearly 2,000 air me", wryly commented Comdr. Ralph Bagwell, (second from ceived suspended sentences, 23
the 25,000: foot mark. Others hours in one month; VF-174 ord left) director of training at NATTCenter, who graduated from warnings 19 cases dismissed
Supervisor Training Course last week. Comdr. Bagwell was ,a
winning "E's" at 15,000! feet were nancemen belted,, painted, loaded prisoner of war of the Communists during the Korean War. Presenting and four referred to command
Lcdr. Jay Arnold, Lt Joe P. Moor bore-sighted and cleaned aircraft the graduating diploma is Comdr. Wilson R. Bartlett, ing officers for ,action.
It and Ensigns Robert S. Donali guns that fired over 90,000 round. executive officer& of NATTCenter. At left is Ard Eulenfield and One car involved in ,an accident
right is Patron Gallup, civilian instructors. Techniques and principles -
arid R. of ammunition at 217 "tows" during required to damages -
lIOn, Joe A Wilffthrt John of supervision are taught''in the 83-hour course at Training was pay
.., a 18 day period Facilities., incurred.&mmlD .
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