Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 10, 1954
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL-12 No. 11 U. S. N. PL S. Jacksonville Flo. 10 June, 1954

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Act Awaits Approval WoiiM You riLe To

'tCommendation Be A Reporter?

Propose Home-Buying Have you ever considerednews

reporting as a career in

Aid For Career MenThousands the Interested Navy personnel still i

have an opportunity to enter

will find home this fine honorable field of en-
of career service people buy-
ing easier should the House and Senate approve a Pentagon deavor as staff members of
__ n_. __ Commit.tee the Jax Air News and the
proposal, already acted on by the Senate Banking -
NAS Service! Information Office -
COMMENDED-For his beneficial
last week .for'government-insured mortgages.The .
suggestion adopted by ,
To John Harris, AE2, committee has written the bill is to
the Navy, Committee, although the < The Jax Air News staff is
(left), of Overhaul and Repair I
department ,has been awardeda provision into a pending housingbill help provide housing for "servicemen fast being depleted through

O&R EM For commendation from the com- the latter already approvedby in the armed forces of the< separation, and transfers. Per-
manding officer of the Naval the House of Representatives
United States" If steps would betaken sonnel with are desired -
Air Station. Comdr. John D.
Four classes of persona "not now but experience is not absolutely -
Butch, NAS executive officer, to amend the measure on
Beneficial IdeaA benefits"would
for the veterans
snakes the presentation of the the floor of the Senate to include necessary
citation. Harris' suggestion was be eligible for the home- Coast Guardsmen could not be Personnel who would like to
beneficial suggestion has won for an improved tester for buying benefits under the bill. I
immediately ascertained. take a fling at news reportingare
for John W. Harris, AE2, of Over- clutch actuator motor for HUP THEY ARE: Enlisted men cerv
asked to contact the editorIn
1-: ,(helicopter) aircraft. indefinite enlistments, havingno DEFENSE estimated that 300,-
haul and Repair department, a Ing 000 officers and 510,000 enlistedmen Room 230, Main Administration
discharge indicating comple-
commendation from the commanding Dixon Sets New would be eligible, as far as Building, or phone extension -
tion of a term,of service; Reserve
Naval Air Station service requirements are concerned 8184 or 216.
: officer of the .. officers and warrant officers with .

Mark out a break in service, regardlessof for the proposed government-I .
Insured home buyers' mortgages.
Harris' suggestion for an Improved whether they have been givena
discharge from one componentto Premiums on the' mortgage Insurance Cuts In Overhaul
tester for clutch actuator
For AGO School accept an appointment in an- would be paid for the ser-

motor for HUP 1-2 aircraft has other; Officers integrated into the viceman by the Department of: Needs Terminate

been adopted for use by the Navy Lt: (jg) John C. Dixon, honor military departments without a Defense as long as he remains In

Comdr. John D. DUtch, executive graduate at the Naval Air Tech break in service; Reserve officers service. A one million dollar revolving -

officer of the Naval Air sta- nical Training' Center Aviation and warrant officers who have fund is proposed for this 76 Local JobsA

Ordnance Officer's School last remained on continuous active purpose. Mortgages up to 95 percent
tion, presented the citation to that records cutback in work load due
Friday, proved again duty. of the appraised value of the
Harris' at mast last Friday, The were made to be broken. The mortgage insurance bene- property could be guaranteed.This to a decrease in engine overhaul

commendation letter reads: Dixon, a 1949 graduate of the fits would not include the CoastGuard would give to men still In requirements throughout the Navy

'The resourcefulness and Initia- Naval Academy and designated according to a legislative the service a set of mortgage Insurance since the ending of hostilities in
Naval Aviator in 1951, set a new benefits almost equal to Korea has resulted in a surplusof
tive by you, in the developmentof expert for the Senate Banking
highest average at the school those of the veteran. But those 76 employees which must be
your suggestion is considered with a final quotient of 9588.: who take the home buying help eliminated at the Overhaul and

exemplary and worthy of commendation The previous record was set by WEATHER OUTLOOKFriday while in service would not get it Repair department by reductionIn

It is regretted that regu- Ensign Robert Howard, a grad- Hot with scattered again as a veteran when they get force action.
lations do not permit the grant uate of OCS in Newport and Avia- showers. out. The surplus is centered in the
ing of monetary awards for bene- tion Ground Officer's School with
Power Plant Division and the
Saturday-Sunday Continuedwarm HOWEVER, th& new proposal ,
ficial suggestions submitted by a grade of 95.75: last August. effected employees for the most
with showers and thun- would greatly aid men on active
military personnel. However, I THE ORDNANCE Officer's dershowers late evening through duty who would like to establish part are highly skilled motor me-
feel certain that you will realize School is geared for both newly their homes well in advance of retirement chanics. Every effort will be madeto

much personal satisfaction in the (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5)) Sunday. and those who find it place them in continuing positions -
knowledge of a task 'well done
better to buy homes for a single for which they qualify a*\
"In addition, I would like to
tour of duty, sell them when they vacancies occur,
express my personal appreciationon -c.
move and buy again.At All persons affected by the
your efforts to further the
the same time that the committee reduction In force will be individually -
efficient operation of this activityand
of the Navy." { adopted the Defense amend- notified by letter

ment, it voted to cut from ten The need for engine overhaul

.' ..' (:j percent to five percent the down depends in direct ratio on flying

Weekend Tide Table rf ., payment required for purchase of hours, and cessation of combat

':' ,;, ,j:" Wherry Housing, and it agreedto flying has lightened work loadsIn
HIGH LOW 'k". ::' ;; continue housing in defense this respect to a considerable

A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.. (t. areas for one more year. degree. Ih addition, the Corsair-

FrI. 3:55: 4:3710:03: : 10:51: Held up, at least until June 3, flown extensively In Korea and
YQ by S the House Armed Services overhauled at NAS Jax-has been
Sat. 4:4T: 5:23: 10:48: 11:38:
i Committee is I the Defense proposal dropped from production aa it ha*
Sun. 5:35 6:08: 11:27
to build 25,000: units of family been replaced by modern Jet airraft. -

housing in the Continental U .

KC-BS Payments Due S. More Information on the $350- The reduction in force in no

000,000 family housing program way effects other activities of .
Blue Cross Blue Shield pay- las been requested by the Committee the Overhaul and Repair depart-

ments for the month of June are : before action is taken. ment. -

due and payable text Monday and .1 .... .." .... .. .. .
Tuesday, June 1415. .:':! 1: L: H:: : :2l' ( : : :... :.:\

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First payments for new sub- LOOKS FOR INITIALS-About 25 yeas ago Neal Crowe Pill, .,!
scribers are also due at this same at NATTCenter, played as a boy on his aunt's farm where the St.
Edward's Chapel at NAS Jax now stands. Crowe inspects an oak
time. tree where he once carved his Initials.

I Used To Romp Over Area Where Chapel Now StandsMemories

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H of a quarter of a said Crowe, whose Naval career table garden and for her chicken

century ago, when he was a has taken him through two wars and duck yard. This place wai Ii

"barefoot boy with cheeks of and into every ocean of the known as Camp Johnson. Why, C-
tan" romping around what is world. I don't know, because the Nation.. I ;

now the Naval Air Station, HE WAS SPEAKING of one al 'Guard had their Camp Foster

was recalled by Neal Crowe of the giant, moss-festooned trees out on the point where the airstrip -

PIll, recently reporting to that shade the chapel grounds, is.THERE. i

NATTCenter for duty. and on which as a youngster he WAS NOTHING but

Crowe, in the 1920's, as a grade once carved his initials. scrub and growth over there," he ,
school youngster from Jackson "Mustin Road, at that time I reminisced, pointing to the marred

ville Beach, spent his summer va- was a brick affair and our house officers quarters across :Muslin .

cation at the two-acre farm of was located right at this curve," Road. 'There1' was a creek

his aunt, Mrs. Henry Odom of he said pointing along the road where I went fishing, but that's

Jacksonville, on the site of whatis where the entrance to the Navy gone now too, I see.

now St. Edward's Chapel of the chapel is now located. "But Casa Linda Lake is still

Naval Air Station. ''The grounds in the 'el' of the there. It was Just a short walk I 25 YEARS LATER-Where Neal Crowe, PHI, once ascended
the stoop of his aunt's farmhouse 25 years ago, stone steps of the
That oak tree looks' familiar," chapel my aunt used for her vege (Please Turn to Page S, Col. 5) St. Edward's Chapel have replaced the former dwelling


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?arze Two JAX AIR NEWS.

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Published every ThurnUy lot Ka\y aDd Marine 'adh'1Uf'I at Naval Air I
*latlon. ckson\llle, Fla.cpt. CATHOLIC
NAS, ,JatkMBvdte
Burrhim' C. MeCsffree .... ... ... ................Comm.n4InrOrntf r Sunday, Mass-0800, 0900, 1000- I S r 7
lumdr. Juhn D. Dutch ?r..E nnuT otficcr ,
fleet Air ...t.....ua.'Ir I St. Edward's ChapeL k s .
ft Adm. Otborre B H&rdlton .... ............................. Commander .
Capt Howard V. Hopklni 'o. ...................................Chief of Start Saturday-0800.
Tied Air M tar El.,.. Daily0630.Sunday0630Mass.
Capt Theodore Hahl ,, .. Commander I "-
Comdr. Frank D. He>"er ZChlcf Start Otflcer at Ho.-pital I
Natal AU Tceaairal Trai.i.g i Ceiler I
Capt. 0.,Id McCampbp| Commanding Officer' Cbapel.
Comdr. Milton R. EUtillett- __.. ...... rt'uthe OlflcerCapt.
Natal Heipii I MORMON
,,' Lowe Officer
Commanding *
Capt. U. A. New loa r.iecuUve: Officer 1930 Wednesday NATTC-

Capt. John L. CounIhan MAXTU Commanding Officer Chaplain's Office.CHRISTIAN .
Comdr, C. Gmy Strum __Exe
Tli* JAX AIR NEWS U published weekly I at the U. S. Naval Air Station Chap.lain's .
/artuonvllle. florid*, and printed commercially' with' non-appioprtated (un expenae in the government end In compliance with, NAVEXOS P35. Re*. Office.
tOY. IP4 Copies are distributed tree of charge; at the Natal Air Station, the
Na\al Air Technical Training Center.,. Naval Air Reserve Training Lnlt haalAir PROTESTANT w
Station Cecil Field and the U. 3. Naval Hospital 1

Editor Andrew' ru Flaney 0930()-AU Saints' Chapel. ,
AMlatant Editor-Helen Harper; Spot Editor-Cordon Rubble JO3: -
H'pt)11..r-.Jlm AN Circulation-Dimlbullon- I'aul AO3 1100 All Saints'
Ran ;
; ChapeL
Matt CYacr, SN. I. TIE FOR HONORS-Grades of these two airmen at Aviation
The JAX AIR NEWS U I member of the Armed Forces Prena Service. 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. Ordnanceman Class A School at NATTCenter 'were carried to
FPS material appearing" his publication may not be reprinted without Einsteinlan: degree of calculation but still the two were tied for
the written permiaaion of Armed Forces Pius Serilre, Repubi'catlon of other (Note: Addresses of local 1 honors in their graduating class. Comdr. Ralph Bagwell director
matter, except br se.\Ire publication.\ prohibited without permlailon of
JCdltor.: JAX >m NEttS. churches may be obtained by call of training at the Center, congratulates David Oming, AOAA

UM..Editorial:at and 814.((OcciToca'tcd I Main. Administration Building. Phone extensions ing the Chaplain's office, 425. I -(left-.) and Allen Crosby, AOAN.
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A Navy Pilot Must Be Able Info On AA Available SAFETYBox Name Honor Men

For Information Anonymous concerning, cult extension Alcoholics .. Score Of Classes At

To Fly Hither, Thither, Yon 648.Send, I This Disabling Month Tuesday Injuries, June Through 8 0 Four Schools

New This Year S Two Marines .
IThia i. the> Kc *4 of a sttlet r>f four ankles 'by the Natal and a sailor graduated
Days Since Last with honors at
Air Rtttn Trat".g UNit lep\ct\ng the life and adWHtage of bt- three NA TT-
Lost-Time Accident 35
Bonus Bill Center Schools last week, while
.'o..riNg a Naval Aviation Cadet
ON HIS OWN I GIRGABOAMJune two petty officers tied for flint

The preceding article describedthe from dawn o dusk for eight i To CongressThe Safety Slogan place at a fourth school.

current Naval Aviation Cadet. months, he finds himself emerging "Help Rescue Safety-Accidents Pfc. Harry D. Perry led a class

Training Program set up by the the complete matter of his set'vices' new reenlistment Are Killing It." of 124 at Airman School with

Navy to train young men for SNJ plane bonus formula] has been sent to Remember this slogan it an average of 93.33. A native of

places In the cockpits of Jet *, Now, 'feeling more sure of him. Congress, after being approvedby means money. Spokane, Wash., Pfc. Peny is a
fighters, and bombers requirements the Budget Bureau with almostno graduate of North Central High
self behind the controls of his I __ __
School in Spokane. He is
that must be met to qualify change. now
and the pre-flight training he bird, the cadet is ready for advanced Designed to gear the allowanceto Sunday School Picnic assigned. to AT School at Mem

receives to prepare for the days flight training, where bigger grade and to length of new enlistment phis.
I Scheduled
when a cadet becomes a pilot of heavier and faster type the proposal will pay SaturdayChildren At Aviation Storekeepers School),

his own plane. planes, such as fighters and patrol largest sums for the first of the Sunday School Pfc. Troy D. Downey topped a

With two and one-half month bombers, rule the airways.ONE listment.s. I of All Saints Chapel, will enjoy a class of 22 with an average ot

.f pre-flight behind, the Nav Cad's First reetilUtments will pay 30() ''I picnic, to be held Saturday between I 79.50. A former student of Fremont

big day is fut approaching. Basic FLYER MAY PREFERthe days' bane pay for each year of 1000 and 1400. High School in his hometown -

flight training commences. He re- two-engine aircraft, or the the new hitch, except that E-ls The affair will take place in I of Oakland, Calif., Pfc.
fourenginehile another the I
reives 22 hours dual instruction would be limited to 20 days' pay. the picnic area adjacent to the I Downey is now stationed at the
single-engine cat Her the
plane as
flights in the SNJ 'Texan' trainer Second reenlistmenls will Chapel. Guests will bring basket MCAS, Miami.
I type he'd like to pilot M his pay
and 1 i. ready to go It alone. i"baby" in the blue horizon. Hereto 20 days' pay for each year, limited I I lunches, and a planned program I Ernest E. Weeks, AEC, and

The SNJ is now used as a basic where the NavCad Program to E-3s: and higher. For I of games, stunts and contests has Cyrus YV. Roton, AEL, shared

trainer because it best incorporates offers a choice to the cadet flier third reenlistment, 10 days' pay. been arranged by Chaplain EdgarA honors at Aviation Electrician's

all equipment, ouch as flap', who wishes to specialize, in keeping limited to E-4s and higher, will Day. I Mate Class B School. Weeks reported -
retractable gear, and controllable be paid. Subsequent' } reenlistmenls Another fiist for the Chapelwill here from the Naval Re
with the needs of the service,
propellers, that all combat and of couiee. will be worth five day's pay for be the presentation of the serve at Atlanta after chipping

Navy operational aircraft have. each year Children's Choir at the 0930 ser over to the regular Navy in July
If he chooses
HOWEVER, THIS U only the single-engine Those with vice in observance of Children's 1953. Roton came from NAS
'I i, fighter, he logs 115 hours in the men longI'vlc:
beginning for the new man of' choose Day. About 50 children will par }.[amir, Calif.
can between
air, then returns to Pensacola for the present
the air. There remain many thing I I an additional two weeks bonus and the proposed one. I ticipate. The Junior and Interme- A final honor award went to
for him to master : aerial acrobatics qualifying diate Choirs will also be heard Donald Firta AEAN, who leda
in carrier-deck for The bill was changed by the i
I landings
precision instrument fly- at the early service, and again at class of 25 students at Aviation
subsequent duty in an Air Group Budget Bureau to exclude from I;
IRe, dive bombing and gunnery, the 1100 service. ; Electrician's Mate Class A School.
: of the Fleet. the bonus those who reenlist during
roes-country navigation work and I J Firta, whose home is in Tallahassee .
finally aircraft carrier landings I In all of this advanced training, recruit training. This will To wear a daring evening gown, I, attended Florida State University -

the most difficult task of all. But I navigation and more navigation is I affect draftees and Reserves. who I And not care how it clings, I for a yeas before entering
when he Has practiced all day and 1 stressed. A Navy pilot has to be wish to ship over shortly after A gal needs lots of. courage and the' Navy.

right, studied day and night, and | able to fly hither, thither and entry on active duty. II I 1 A couple of other things. .

practical lived all these things 1 I yon. here to there, and back I)I I

again, ever seemingly endless Vet-Students On Vacation
miles' of water without the aid
MOVIESMAIN'SIDH of landmarks and beacons. Refinements Can Speed Check Arrival;

in bombing gunnery and Korean GI Dill veteran-student.

earlier landings (for single engine who go home for the summer

Thursday, June 10 and jet pilots) are learned eluting Y vacation will get....thelr final GI

Kiss< :Me Kate. ..Kathryn Orayso I these four months training. I I _- allowance checks on time if they

Friday, June 11 I NOW, 18 3IOXTIIS OK flight follow two steps issued by Veterans -

AH Ashore..Dick Haymea, training have been completed. The Adn nlstration.t'h .

Mickey Rooney I successful Na\'Cad now has the } st, VA IIa.fd. they should notify

Saturday, June It thrilling experience of having his their VA Regional Office immediately -

Tanganyika ..... _?......Van Heflin, : Wings of Gold pinned on, brandIng if they're planning to
Ruth Roman him a new Navy Ensign or change their address at the close

NATTCENTER Marine Second Lieutenant- fully __ of the school year; and,

Thursday, June 10 commissioned pilot. ]I I J Second, they should be sure to

Jungle Man How he fits Into this potent I _- 1. 2 sign their final monthly certifications

Eaters .. .Johnny Weiwimeuller force will be discussed in the third Iy.a of training -- a form re

Friday, June 11 article of this series. ___ ; v"im: quired by law before they

KIPS' Me Kate......Kathryn Gtayson Young men interested in obtaining I leave school for the summer.

Saturday, June ItAH more details about the I .. I .

Ashore.. ..?.?.._..Dick Hayme NavCad Program may inquire at I NAVY TO RETAIN 200
Mickey j Rooney the Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve r o."ANGEL". -
HOSPITAL Training Unit andarrange K ,
I Navy has !selected 200 Line
Thursday, "June 10 aa Interview with Lt. R. D. McClure -
and Staff Corps officers commissioned -
Knock on Wood..........Danny Kaye NavCad Procurement officer
SHOWS 'EM: -Thomas: McCollum, AEI, student at from NROTC during the
Friday, June J 1.lunge for the South-Georgia, North- Naval Air Weapons School at NATTCenter shows three Waves 1651 calendar year for retentionas
Man from Airman Preparatory School, the trim fuselage of the Navv's
AH will becourtf'O.ly permanent officers. Selected
Florida are* inquiries
nU-1 Cutlass. McCollum
jet reported here from
JCaters: ,...Johnny Weiwrneuller the famous lllue
12 and expertly ans Angels, exhibition team. Watts are left to right) Bessie riiiott, were 143 Line (General),
Saturday, June AA, of Pittsburgh: Naomi Leeden. AA of Paterson, N. J and 41 Line (Aviation) and 16 Supply
KIN Me'' Kate.....Kathryn

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PO-of-the-Week Cost In Clothing Down For, Enlisted MenEnlisted II fat*

Honors Awarded Navy and Marine plies and Accounts have elaborated the monthly standard cash

personnel will find important on details, both services clothing allowance, and thoseon

decreases In the cost of indi active duty will be requiredto
To Studious ARC are planning downward revisions (By Armed Forces Press Service)
items for fiscal
vidual clothing In the cost of enlisted own two tropical shirts and
of Military Appeals
1955 it has been re The U. S.
(n'the S\tk fn the vealed.year clothing, which will take effect trousers. There will be no has ruled that for torn +

Naval Air Technical.Center's Although neither Marine i July 1.Enlisted. change in the number of cloth- legal purposes a state of war existed -

-ollicer-ol-tAe-wetk.' .) Corps Headquarters or officialsof male Marines will Ing items to be maintained by within the continental limits

Sporting a "new look" a* of the the Navy's Bureau of Sup. also get a 60-cent increase in Navy personnel of the United States duringthe

16th of this month, Charles Fen- ---- fighting in Korea. ,The decision
wick, AK1, bids farewell to hU of a ruling againsttwo
was part
white-hat in* the role as the Ida It"a" b t.. New
Center's Dean Hudson Due I Lcdr. Deputy Army privates who contended
Training that the statute of limitation

theweek.The Here Next Week AdministrativeOfficer barred prosecutions against them

new look will be in the Popular Dean Hudson will bring 1 for offenses which took place in

form of a hard-hat as Fenwick his orchestra to the station for a I Of MASLcdr. the ZI during the Korean War.
recently parsed the examination return engagement Thursday and The statute of limitations sets a

and was nominated for AKC. Friday, June 17 and 18. r t Marshall (Pete) Deputy' maximum period of two years for

Fenwick The aggregation, featuringlovely I has assumed duties aq administration prosecution for certain offenses,

who primed for Ann Loraln, Lennie Love,, officer of the Naval Air Station such as AWOL, when the countryis

the exam witha Sam Noto, "Budweiser" Jones and relieving Comdr Carlton not at war. When It is at war,

o'v week's leaveto the Hudson choir will appear at Starkes, who has been assignedas there is no statute of limitation.

King Hall, Thursday evening Inspection off..er of the Overhaul on these offenses.
study train from 2000 to 2400 for a crew's and Repair department. .*. .*. .

3 Ing courses dance On Friday evening, from t'kc Lcdr. Deputy was recalled to The Atomic Energy Commission

for AKC is 2000. to 2400, the orchestra will : % sLCDR active duty in July 1952 and after has announced that the 1954 seriesof

noted for his 1 play for dancing- at the Officers' refresher training at Willow thermonuclear tests at Its Pa-

studious na- Club. DEPUTY .. New I Grove, Pa., reported to Carrier cific Proving Grounds has been
Fenwick ture. With onlya NAS lax Administrative officer' Air Group 17 at Jacksonville completed. The teats were tem1 1sucrellsCul.

ninth grade background, a little Enter where he served as operations officer Within a short time
over eight years of Naval Civilians HARTU Lechr He remained with the Air sea and air traffic may be resume

Service, Fenwick is "proof pos Softball Play Group through one Pacific and ed safely within the warning are'

itive" of what can be done if ; Cited For High two Mediterranean frui e1lnUl which was set up while tests were

there is a will. What he lacksin Seek PlayersNaval last month when he received orders taking .place

schooling is made up by well- to NAS Jacksonville, I C C S

planned, aelf-impoeed, educational Air Station civilianswill Course GradesSidney A native of Douiiliigton, Pa., Lt. Gen. Gerald C. Thomas,

habits be represented this season fxrdr. Deputy Attended franklin USMC, has been appointed ax
field for thefirst A, Cleveland, ADI, of Marine .
the Softball Commandant of the CorpsSchools
on !
A career man, Fenwick's duties and Marshall College a.n i
time in several it the Naval Air Reserve TrainingUnit ; Va president
are instructing Supply Ashore years Taylor UtitlneMi. School, TlilUdelphla Quantico, ,
has received a commendation
NATTCenter's Aviation has been announced. before entering the Eisenhower
at the
and high
for aptitude, ability
Storekeeper School. Prior to reporting Civilian employees interestedin I scholastic marks while attending Navy In 19!$. lit finished flight S
here in Feb. 1932, he was trying out for the squad are Trainer training and received his sings' Marine Corps privates are now i
I Naval Air Mobile- couittes.
attached to the Aircraft Carrier asked! to contact Charles Vick- Cleveland attained a mark of at NAS: C'orpim. ChrUtl In April| required to serve six months before --- J

ers, phone 85583. becoming eligible for promotion .
USS Salerno Bay CVE110. "in the 1913.
3.&<5. a near perfect score,
Present plans are to enter the went to pfc Previously, Marine
Ltdr Deputy
----C S --- Aviation Machinist: Mate's Phase From there
Jacksonville Recreation League, This was the highest grade recorded I to operational training and then I were eligible upon completion of
Less Than 1 % with on Tuesday and I
games by a student since the initiation : to Torpedo Squadron 15, Thenquadion boot training
Thursday night aboard the USS Ks- .
of the advanced trainingin was .
Will Stay ForRetirement ----- the Aviation Machinist Mate's sex in Pacific waters thioughoutTnost I Following House approval of '

TURKEY DINNER Phase 1 of World War II. Capt. I the Defense" Department approptlatlons \

Pay Servicemen and their familiesare The letter of commendation also David McCampbell, present commanding bill for'' FY 1955:: the to Dinner officer of the Naval Air\ Senate Armed Forces Committee '
invited a Turkey staled: "On Cleveland's own
The Kaplan Committee, which sponsored by the St. Mathew's initiative he volunteered for a Technical Training Center was! has, approved $5 million for the

last week proposed drastic changes Church Guild and to be held tonight full course in the Aviation Elec- skipper of the Air Group whichrecorded expansion of aviation research facilities /

in survivors' benefits,. reports from 1700 to 2000. A nominal trician Mate's ,Phase of this 1 an outstanding number" including guided missiles ll
of fee will be charged. trainer. Again his outstanding of "kl\J\ ," The committee is still working I Ion 1
that less than one percent per-
ability and aptitude were substantiated Lcdr Deputy was awarded the other pieces of the bill. ''rI
sonnet now entering military service by attaining a markof Navy Cross for a direct hit on

stay in long enough to qualify MammothSizePistol I 3.74, this mark being the highest a Japanese Cruiser during the I

for retirement. ever attained since the initiation tour, and four Distinguished Flying HSU Dividends

Of the approximately 34 mil Replica : of this phase of training. Crosses, one for sinking a Japanese -
"It I is with pleasure that this Cargo Ship off the coast
lion in uniform a year ago, only Being Paid On
organization commends Clevelandon of Salpan
about 75464 will be on board In Used In ClassesThe his
his exceptional ability to adapt lIe is presently making

1973. "Guidebook. for Marines' i himself to training and receptiveness home at 5617 Salerno Rd, wherehe 1953 BasisRegular
Under current conditions, the I resides with his wife, Eva
places the automatic pistol, call in the manner that was exe-
service expectancy per and three children, Rich. dividend payments on
average bee .45 in the small arms field, cuted while a student in the Mobile Marie,
man is about three years, the but Tech. Sgt. Jene W. Snool Training Program." ard 8, Steven 5, and Peter 1, NSLI are being paid on the sam
committee stated, which is far basis in 1954 as they ware last
of the Marine Aviation Detach '
less Ulan the 20 years required year for veterans aged 40 and
ment has a .45 pistol that could
That is why the new survivors'' under who hold term policies, the
be classified as light artillery.
benefits plan provides a measureof dividends again will amount to
Seventeen months ago, while
protection' for non-career personnel fifty cents a month for each
Tech. Sgt. Snook was an instructor -
$1,000 of Insurance In force-thitt
at the Aviation Ordnance !,1 0.
Turnover amounts to $60 for the veteran
High Class (A) School, he thought 11
Data as of last June 30 indicates might be' beneficial to his students under age 40 who is carrying the

that only .96 percent leave if they could work with a full $10,000 term policy.
the service on non-disability retirement Under the present dividend payment .
large model of the pistol.
---t ; schedule] veterans 4teceive
Another 97 percent re- Today at the Ablation Ordnance age
tire for disability while other terminations Class ((8. School where f forty-seven cents per

total 97.33 percent Snook is now a student, there 11,000' at age 45, It is thirty
This high turnover was consid- stand a finished product of almost five' cents, and at age 50, it tit _

ered by the committee in planning"some 2,000 hours of painstaking t a a- iwenty-five cents, etc
of conti- l who have converted to
method insuring Veterans
work a .45 pistol enlargedto
nuity of retirement protection for hll.: time its normal size, u ?, permanent plans will receive ap-

those who spend only a portion with an additional cutaway tdemonstrate < v uoximately the same amounts aa
of their" working lives In military the Inner working a t those carrying term plans, although -

service," I of the there may be some variation
Seek Benefit I Made! of plywood, pine and oak, r ),;i.J % up or down depending on

To accomplish this, the committee and finished:. with a thick coat _' ;::. the particular plan In force
proposed that old-age and survivors of oil stain, the model stands as _4: ... 1; Veterans who have previously

insurance of the Social Se- an exact replica of the pistol, and .- ; Indicated to the VA that they do-

curity Act be extended to servicemen incorporates every detailed moving lire to receive their dividend in

on the usual contributorybasis part of the .45 from the recoil ash: when due, will continue to

that applies to civilian em. spring which makes the piece Iiti 1 ecelve the payment annually unil -

ployment, with military people receiving automatic, tothe famous five such time as they advise thiAA
credits ranging from $200 safety devices. All that i i.l1 lacking 3 f4 otherwise so no action i*

to $300 per month rather than is an oversized round ft .45 t -..--- --- ._-.-.----_..-- needed to receive the dividend.
the flat $160 per month. ammunition, SOME: PISTOL T/Sgt. Gene Snook of Aviation Ordnance: payment in such cases.
This would result in an increase Tech. Sgt. Snook, who U a vet School demonstrates one of the safety devices on his model .45 Also any other method des.
of Social Security benefits, and eran of almost nine years in the caliber automatic pistol to Lt. Col. James Lindsay, commandingofficer : mated, such aTTleaving dividend,
Marine Corps, has served both in of the Marine Aviation Detachment. The giant-size model on deposit with the VA, will re--
continuity of OASI protection which ha* been 17 months in the making, is an exact replica: ofthe
pain in force until the
all future the Pacific:: in World War II, and policy-
would be guaranteed for .45 caliber Colt. Colonel Lindsay In holding the 3-foot clip of
In Korea otdeR Instructs LheVA; oth rwit the model. ,
servicemen\ t ; 9 -


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1 .
:E VC62, Fasron 109, Fasron 6, VF-174 Fasron 9, VA-105 Report'Scouting ,

,\\ VC-62 Jacksonville .Area Squadrons : .r\_ ;

4; 'Three members of VC-62 were ras, PH3. Joseph A. Burkhalter, Thompson, ADAN, and Arthur ,-
lost when the USS AD3, re-enlisted. Gray, YN3, all returning to civilian 4
, life.
I plunged the group into Bomber
Furonv 109 VF-174 pilots recently flew over
, depths from which we have not
1 iccovered. Those lost were Lt. Fasron 109 lost three men last Charleston) S. C., in Memorial J

1 Roger O'Donnell, Lt. Dee Hollo- week. They were John S. Wall, ceremonies for the minesweeper, _
way and Lt. (Jg) Robert Inge. ALl, -to US-31 Quonset Point, USS Hobson. Hell Razors are
Telegrams and letters already received R. Raymond; Lee Ashley, ,PHI, proud of the words bf Rear Adm.
I by the squadron and the and Jerry R. Jordan, AD3. larry Sanders, Commander :Mine

families were sincerely appreciated. Recently reporting waS' Robert Forces, Atlantic Fleet. CommentIng -
The squadron has ordered G. Justice, AbC, front Faetulant, on the Cougar air show, he rM

flowers for each funeral and is Key West, Fla. said, "The original 11' formationwas

tendering all possible assistance The softball team has sewed up 'perfect The,,whole performance -
\ to the families. the intramural softball l league was exceptionally well executed -

The squadron will be losing crown with Linwood Gray, PR2, and an" inspiring part of -.b; !.: Lc .. ,
Lcdr. E. P. Brown in a few days, leading the teams batting with a the ceremony. x -
NASSAU These ten formed
BACK FROM men the last Pa-
but the loss will be ASO's gain in 428 average. Big Donald Glide- Lt. Jg) Charles, E. Waring returned trol Squadron Five flight crew to'return to NAS lax last Friday
Philadelphia. well, AK3, has 243. strikeouts to from the USAF Fighter from Nassau, Bahamas, where the squadron was based during ope-
I Joseph D. Wight, PIll, leading his credit now. Weapons School In Las, Vegas, ration "Asdevex". The. Fleet Air Wing 11 Unit recorded about 50
separate patrol flights and amassed some 600 total flight hours
TO in Photo Interpretation, will Nevada, with experience In flying
during the six-weeks long anti-submarine exercise. Front
be leaving after 2Vi years. Re- Fasron Six: the Air Force F-86. Lcdr. Jay (left to right) are: Joseph Ryan, ATC; Harry Milliron, ATAN;
porting are the following: Ferris The distinction of this week's"White Arnold, VF-174's exec, Is TAD to Kenneth Wilson, ADI; Gordon Prestel, AT2; Jack Folmar, AOl,
Q. Ferguson, AN, from ACTRU, Hat of the Week" has Fleet Air Gunnery School, El and Billy Corlew, AMI. Bark row: Ensign Timothy Mason; Lrdr.
NAS Corpus Christi!, Texas; Rob- been awarded to Edward Gold, Centro, Clalf. Edward Conlon, plane commander; Lcdr. Dalton Mounts, and En-
ert J. Collins, PN3, from NAS AO1, for his continuous initiative, 'SFasron sign Robert Wisdom.

Sax, and Richard J. Busker, AM2, leadership: and outstanding performance Nine Clay, AE3, winner of the pie eat-
from NATTC Memphis. of duty in the Ordnance Two men left the ranks of Fas- ing contest; Edward A. Kibler,

Ralph V. Bartz, AMC, was department. ron Nine for civilian life. :MathewN. AM3, and William B. Ashworth

transferred to NAS Alameda, Cal- Born in Bentley, Cahf, in Woloszyn, AM3, and George AM2, winners of the horseshoe
ifornia, while William P. Willsey, 1927, Gold graduated from Patter ){. Hamilton, ATS, were discharged pitching contest, and George W.
AE1, received orders to NATTC Valley High, Oakland, in 44. He June 1. Cutts, AEAN, winner of the beer

Jax. joined the Navy July 3, at San Dennis L. Gr&dner, AD3, of Fas- drinking contest. SALTY HUMOR FROM
Receiving discharges: Francisco, then was sent to Jax ron Nine's line crew has shipped
Thanks are extended to officers HERE AND THERE
Duey D. Currier, PH3; Orville L. for recruit training, then attendedAO over for another six years. Frad-
and enlisted who
men partici-
Lantis, PH3J: Robert W. Rine, (A) School at Norman, Okla, ner re-enlisted in the Navy in A worker In Germany's Russian
AM2; David W. Heesh, AT2; Ray- Naval Air Gunners School at Yellow August of 1950. pated in the softball game, which zone was fired when he showedup

mond Beorum, PH2; Robert J Water, Fla. He served on nu- This Friday, Fasron Nine will highlighted the affair. The game at work on time. He was accused -

I'ahey, AM3, and William G. Ar- merous duty stations before re- hold its monthly Captain's personal was played while wearing potato of buying an American'
porting to Fasron Six in July inspection for the monthof watch.
sacks. Special and appropriate
r : 953.: Gold, wife Laura, and son June. Comdr. Joseph L. Bettin- *
Edward, Jr., now reside at 1128 ger, Jr., commanding officer, will prizes were awarded by Lcdr, Danny: "Daddy, is coffetdain
x $. Cumberland Road. be the inspecting officer. The in- James P. Scherer, executive offi a bad word?"

Seven members of Fa. ron Six pectidn will take place on the cer. Daddy: "No, my dear, it Is perfectly -
will be separated this week. Lt. north side of Hanger 67 at 0730. Welcome aboard is extended to all right."

., (DC) Edward C. McFadden, Tho- Lowell C. Petry, AMAN, from "Well teacher has
< :J Danny: my
mas G. DeWitt, AKAN, JamesG. VA-105. NATTC Memphis; Ellhart Gebers, a cold and I hope she'll coffer-
Young, AD3, James E. Mat- All hands turned out for the AEAA, from NATTC Jax; Howard darn head off.

son, PH2, James L Moore, III, VA-105 beer bust and participatedin W. Elmore, AMI, from Key .
AE2, Kenneth B. Hanley, AT2, the. scheduled events. West, Fla.; and Gary R. Jameson,
'1I and Charles H. Dyer, AE3. Congratulations to Ivan W. AMAN, from NATTC, Memphis. The young reporter was told to
cut his story to the bare essential
After completing over two So his next one came out thin i
years service with Fasron Six,
HELL RAZORS Insigneof David E. Parsons and Richard R. BiBd way:
Fighter Squadron 17 f. "J. Smith looked up the elevator
Paff, both SN, received their
I shaft to see if the car was on its
orders to report to the USS Ma-
Bat-LikeCreature con (CA-132)). Gerald H. Holms, way down. It was. Age 45."

AN, checked in from the USS *
Central Figure Of Bennington (CVA-20)). He was a burglar, stout and

VF-174 InsigneFor Vr-174 Who held, "It surely can't be

At YT-174's squadron party, wrong,
more than ten years the "Hell Razors" bade farewell to To open trunks and rifle shelves
dreaded bat of the mammal For God helps those who help
G. Southern, AD3; Wil-
family has adorned the aircraft themselves."
liam D. Thompson, Jr., AD3;
fuselages of Fighter Squadron Charles R. Hodsen, AE3; RobertD. And when before the court ht

174.The Benson, AM2; Ronald A.VA15 came,
"ba insigne represents And boldly rose to plead the same
a caricature of an imaginary t The Judge replied, "That's very
bat-like creature from Hell, Intended Now .>r r'r true,

to embody the qualitiesof You've helped yourself, now God
ferocity, determination, apti- __'
Flies Latest x. s help you I"
tude in the use of all airborne S *

weapons.in A razor is sharp keenness the- Skyraider"She -. .,.,...,,'.,...y. ,_.._. -.,."?".--....... '..-'A.r _:... -.-... "Haw! HawJ! Haw!" roared the
flying depicted by
judge, just before he deliveredthe
bat's razor nose. NEW CHECK CARD-Ensign Glenn Petty (right), bomber death sentence die i
Conceived by the wit and Ima- pilot of VA-45, reports to his maintenance officer, Lt. Kendrick "you'll
ran like a jewel all the Tribou, after completing a test flight in his AD4-B Skyraider. when you hear this one."
gination of the incomparableWalt way" said Ensign Chuck Reimer The small white card occupying both men's attention is a check *
Disney, the insigne was upon landing at NAS Cecil Field off list designed by Lt. Tribou that all VA-45 pilots are now using They lay side side the
approved by the Chief of Na- following a non-stop flight from to note discrepancies In their aircraft. The new check card is be- by upon
lieved to be the first of Its kind in this for couch,
val Operations in May of 1944 NAS Quonset Point, R. I. area AD-type aircraft.
when the "Hell Razors" were Both were deathly white.
designated VB-81. The "Jewel" he was referring Pilots Of VA-45 Check ConditionOf This can't be censored, because
to is the Navy's latest model of its two
I They were pillows -.
workhorse attack bomber, the AD- .
6 Skyraider. Craft With Use Of New Check CardBomber Then there*;was the woman who

Plans call for Attack ,Squadron pilots of Attack Squadron had vericose veins so she wentto
SCUTTLEBUTT 15 to receive an entire fleet 45, based, at NAS Jackson- upon their memories to check the the costume party as a road
of this latest version of the ville, can now be completely con- plane and decide whether or not map!
Navy's first line carrier attack fident their AD4-B "Skyralders"are it was available for full time I *
aircraft within the next few in duty.
top flying condition.
Johnny: "Say, dad! How soon
months. And it's all because of a small Now that each item to be checked will I be old enough to do as I
Among the many new featuresof I white check-off card designed by is listed in black and white, please?"

this new Douglas Skyralde Lt. Kendrick H. Tribou, the from the propellor's number of I Dad: "Nobody lives that long,
are ."blrddog" navigation equip squadron's maintenance officer. revolutions per minute to the son!I"

-*>* ment, a retractable tailhook; The card, an itemized list of 86 AD's wing flaps, "the former hit- .
streamline cockpit design, and' necessary check points on the or-miss. practices have been com- A musician was practicing on

r new type bombracks. attack bomber, is now used by pletely eliminated. his saxaphone late at night when
Maintenance crews of V A-lS: every VA-45: pilot taking the According to the veteran maintenance the landlord came in. "Do you

are now busy completing acceptance AD4-B on a test flight. officer, his new check know there's a little old lady sick
checks and painting the tra- Before Lt. Tribou perfected the off card is the first .of its kind upstairs asked the landlord.
"We can't land until this inning ditional "T" of Air Group One card and made it available to the to be used in this area for AD "No," answered the musician
is overi"! one the tail of the new plane' flier!, they had >Ito rely solely type aircraft. i "Hum*a little of. it."


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10 June, 1954 JAX AIR NEWS t 'Page Five

28 Graduated Iyy./,' Work PerformedFor

From 13th AGO Vets by.Other.Agencies ,

School Class Is ToldThe

Work of. Naval aviation ground .

officers with the fighter squadron question is sometimes .ask

of the Fleet were described ed, why is it necessary for some :.
last Friday by Comdr Alexander agency Florida Department of

Dyers, executive officer of Fighter Veterans' Affairs or other Veter-

Squadron 173 which recently ans' Organization outside the ..
returned to .JackSonville after P I Federal Government to do service

'. duty in the unsettled waters of work for veterans cannot the .
the Far East.Addressing VA perform this service 'to vet..
; ts
the 13th graduating erans? '
class of Aviation Ground Officers It should be understood that the .

In King Hall at NATTCen- + laws under which the VA opera :

ter, Commander Dyers told the ates make it exceedingly difficult .

28 Navy Ensigns who completedthe for that organization to property -

eight-week course of his association t. develop or prosecute a case

with officers of their 1 against itself, points out Melvin

specialties aboard the carrier USS Dixon,. state Service Officer. For

Wasp that "You men have been example, a VA representative actively -

trained in highly specialized fieldsof "IT'S COOL UP THERE"-We may be sweltering here, and1 these .Jar men may be suffering promoting the granting of
the Navy ordnance intelligence the opposite in Iceland. This picture would seem out of sorts in the summer, but it represents the applications for benefits by per-
photo Interpretation and first crew of Patrol Squadron 16 of .lax to complete an ire patrol while stationed at Keflavik, Ice- sonally representing veterans before
land. Front row (left to right) are: Ensign II. M. Short; Ledr. M. A. Holzrighter (pre); U. (JK) E. VA rating boards creates the
electronics. After your gradua G. Hahn. Back row: .J. A. Auger, ADI; B. A. Cooler A02; D. W. O'Hearn Jr., ADC; J. E. Stevens, ,
tion here today you will Join ALAN; C. D. Amos, AT2, and J. T. Martin, AN. untenable situation of an employee -
units of the Fleet or Squadrons( of the VA promoting an

us an integral put of Naval avia- interest which may be contrary to
tion. Former 0& R EmployeeWins MORE 'LUCKY BUCKS', MEALSMore that of the VA and in direct con-

Ensign Eric C. ;XiiUen of flict with the VA's primary responsibilities
NavOad HonorsRodney personnel are spending slogan for June," the "lucky
Dixon .
Muskegon, Mich., was the hon
free dollar bills and eating free buck," or free meal chit is
or student of the graduation O. Day, a former student Is agreed that it would
meals, all as a result of being yours. Slogan for June is "Help
class, and Ensign Robert J. at the University of Florida, "safety" alert Rescue Safety Accidents Are not be ronsldeied good judg

Kalupa of Milwaukee was the and who was employed at the For some eight straight Killing It.:" ment to engage the services of
clams leader. Overhaul and Repair department the attorney of a billion-dollar
weeks now, the Voice of SafeAdded to the list of winners
Other graduating officers were: during the summer training pro- corporation one cannot in all
ty has been passing around last week were F. J, Venturo,
'E n sl n Robert M. Baitsell students has fairness to both parties be expected -
g gram for college ,
"lucky bucks" or free meal AMI, of 0 & R; Pat McMullin,
Wayne M. Barker, Thomas L. won highest class honors as a chits to the civilian cafeteria 0 & PC; and :Mrs. Thrower, of to sit in judgment on

Dickson, Jr., Charles Downing Naval Aviation Cadet in preflight to personnel who correctly give Public Works, who were award- any claim and at the same
Thomas F. Droege, Robert J. school. ed bucks" time prosecute with very much
the slogan for the month, when "lucky plus Dolores
Droesch, Robert W. Duemllng, Day, training at Pensacola, has asked. Fineberg, Medical, and Marie vigor such a claim against 1 It(.

Selmes P. Funkhouser, Jr., Ed. been appointed battalion com If you provide the answer Dieckhouse, Industrial Relations self.
ward J. Gamble, Lloyd A. Gerlach, mander. From Jacksonville he who As there is estimated -
within 10 or 15 seconds, to won free meal on example,
Andrew S. Hegeman, Joseph W. was recruited for the cadet program this query, "What is the safety chits. to be more than 375,000 veterans -

.. Helme, Dewey F. Helms, Arthur by the Naval Air Reserve in Florida at the present
E. Hill -- -- -
Jr. Training Unit, NAS Jax. time I conservative estimates
Philip A. Ingersen, Jr., James Pamphlet Available would indicate that each one of
W. McClintock, HI Donald R.
these veterans has an of
Mills, Donald A. Morrison, Gerald 85 MIDDlE GRADS Can Your Dependents Depend on You? one and one-half dependents average who

M. O'liar, Duncan Osborne, SONS OF MILITARY are or, may be at sometime eligible -

Verne R. Osburn, Hugo M. Pfaltz, Eighty-five midshipmen out of Are Your In Order for benefits, Federal or State
Jr., Almer M. Puckett, Joseph U. the 855-man June graduating Necessary Papers this number will increase as

Raffo, HI, Murray A. Schneiderand class at the Naval Academy are The importance of having personal papers in order, in the eventof our own men and women are returning -

Daniel J. Snopkowskl. sons of active, retired, reserve or death, so that dependents can, without delay, obtain full benefits, from the Korean conflict
Prior to reporting to school deceased members of the Armed cannot be stressed too strongly. It can readily be seen, that R'

here the Ensigns were graduated Forces. (AFPS). A pamphlet containing pertlI' large percentage of the population s
from Officers Candidate School at nent insurance information and of the state, which is now over
benefits duo the survivors, has
Newport, R. I. N 3,000,000 is now eligible for benefits
LS L been and distributed
i > ,, compiled under veterans legislation.
throughout the various commandsof Dixon declares there is no more
Special CollectionFor the station.
Important service provided by a
Dl"pendentsIhould/! also be ad- state than that which gives the

Children At :; vised that they may receive legal best possible assistance to the vet

____ S assistance from the local Navy eran, the disabled veteran and
NATTC Library r Relief Society, American Refl their dependents.

Cross, Veterans' Organizations, or See your local Veterans' Service
A children's collection, long the *. Veterans Administration offices
r: Officer for free assistance with I
hope and aspiration of the om-
any veterans' problem.
cers' wives at NATTCenter, has .ki ; ik
Every year widowed dependents
been established at King Hall Library applications to any Insurance
are faced with, and suffer need
Building 563, for the bene S difficulties companys with which the deceased -
less privations, and
fit of all children. 1 may have held policies.
anxiety at a time when they are
The club has *
donated towards
$25 -
least able to cope with such tiou-
the purchase of new books The pamphlet fully explains the .
qR 4 ,
and the necessary equipment for benefits dui the widow after the
the establishment of this collec- Knowing how difficult it will death, such as continuous medical -
a be to obtain some of the necessary care, commissary and N a v y
tion.Such forms in the event of death
books as Petersham, "Box Exchange privileges, free trans-
....... .. '
"'" effort should be made to acquire
With Red Wheels";; Potter, "Talesof portation for household effects,
1\IAST-The trio at the members of these forms and have them on under()
Peter Rabbit"; D'Aulalre's, MERITORIOUS right<< eligibility the GI Bill, dependents
"Don't Count Your Chi c k ""; NARTU Jar, were cited at a commendatory mast last week. Capt. hand to make the survivor's taska travel allowance, Social
; John L. Counihan (left), NARTU commanding officer, presentedthe little easier.
Flack, "Story About Ping"; Kip- citations. Lt. Richard Hanna, (second from left) and George Security benefits, payment of indemnity
ling, "The Just So Stories," and Frye, (second from right), were presented with the Chief of Naval Included in the pamphlet are and/or government Insur-
many others have been ordered. Air Reserve Training "Man of the Month" award for their forms for the last will and testament ance, any arrears in pay that have .

Donate BooksIn exceptional work as NavCad Recruiters. The Unit retained first power of attorney, and application accrued, six months' gratuity pay,
place in the recruiting of Cadets for 1954. Sidney Cleveland, ADI, '
blanks for the various and veterans administration
addition to cash donations, (right), was presented with letter of commendation for his high com
members of the NATTCenter Of- ranking in the Naval Mobile Training coune.I benefits due the widow along with pensation.

fleers' Wives Club have given the
ed to with the rules which
library a host of books from their Heavier-Ihan-Ifu
have been established. I Pilots Here |
personal collections: Some IncludeAnderson's Beginning June 14 the collection : Blimp Earning Wings m
Fairy Tales; Chad-
wick's Baseball Joe's Saving The will be available from 1300- Two Navy blimp pilots are now designed for senior Hghter-than- celving heavier-than-alr training,

League; Chapman's The Radio 1600, Monday, Wednesday and Fri undergoing training with Fleet air pilots. He reported from Patrol has served one month with Fleet
day throughout the summer. Air Jacksonville to be-
Boys At Ocean Point; Collodi'sPinocchio squadrons Squadron' Five, where he had Air Wing 11, four months with
; Field's Poems of Child- Personnel or friends who have come heavier-than-alr pilots.
checked out as a P2V Neptune Patrol 18 six
Squadron months
hood and many others. any children's books which they The two, Comdrs. Norman V. I
Rules EstablishedIt would like to donate to the library Scurria and Cecil A. Bolam, are co-pilot.( During his stay Comdr. with Fleet Air Service Squadron

will be the policy of'the chil should notify Miss Nelson, here as part of the program instigated Scurria must also solo in a F2H2 6, and is now with the Blue Boltsat

dren's library to have helpers in librarian at NATTC or Mrs. J. C. by the Chief of Naval "Banshee" jet. Fighter Squadron 172.

attendance to check books in and McCurdy, extension 343. Operations to qualify all lighter- I I AFTER completing his training Upon completion of his three

out to those boys and girls who than-air pilots to be heavler-than- here, the former "blimp only" months tour of Jet training with

wish to borrow books from the Now that Mt. Everest has been air pilots. pilot will spend three months Air Group 17, Comdr. Bolam will

library. And in accordance with climbed, man has explored every- COMDR. Scunia, attached to aboard a carrier as part of ship's have two more months training

all public library policies, those thing but the bottom of a wom Attack Squadron 15, Is in the company. before ending his year oX indoctrination

who borrow books will be expect- en's ptirf latest phase! of an indoctrination, Comdr. Bolam, uho is alto re- .


Page Six JAX AIR NEWS 10 June, 1954Gaida

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Throws OneHitterFliers ; TIME oUr:

As Down PatrickJax r With Gordon* Robbie.NATTCenter' .

Y Supply officer,

Navy baseballers crept ,to within four games of the Lcdr. Kerwin Foley, who also

00 mark the Fliers aided served U officer-in-charge of this
, > as by masterful pitching, pinneda
double setback on the Patrick AFB Missileers, 3-2 and 6-0, year'i strong Jax Navy tennis .

last week on the home grounds. squad, ha received orders for

The double win brought the release to inactive duty June 21. '

Fliers' season mark to 1519. The a desperate stab for the pellet, Much of the success of t h s

local club is at Parris Island fora but was unable to make the play. t 1954 tennis contingent ha been

two-game stand under the lights The Fliera scored twice in the through the efforts of Lcdr. Foley.

tonight and tomorrow.A first and eighth and singletons in ,N Doubling as the man in charge

sterling one-hit performance the second and seventh. Neely, f and player, Lcdr Foley made a

by Walt Galda ((2-4)) In the nightcap Iln his finale before the home fine impression with his squadin

against Patrick capped a superb I folks, blasted a triple to right contests both home and away..

opening game mound stint center in the eighth. Securing such players as Ban

by Merle Gunnet ((6-3)). The Lebanon, Ohio, product will tam Ben Sobieraj of VC-5 San-

Gunnel racked up more strikes be lost to the squad after the Par- ford, Atlantic singles champ for

than a "300" bowler, getting 15 ris Island aeries Tom is due for w. the past two years and Leon Wilson -

men via the strikeout route. He separation from the service, this Patron 109, Ben's Atlantic

paced seven hits and Issued' five month. championship doubles partner,

walks =-;.-"'.; ...,-.N; ii ; ':r ""' >>i<.......' .;;,. .+ :. "", .>;.;\;.; :.;;:;, Lcdr. Foley set out to form his
Although having troubles, at the
Reality' Steal plate tills spring, Neely has been VICTIM OF CUT-OFF-Ju Navy third baseman Joe Price squad. lie added a wealth of play
After Patrick picked up a tallyIn Is out at the plate on a cut-off play in the fourth inning of last ers from other commands to opena
at the sack.
outstanding keystone
the fourth, Jax Navy snapped Wednesday's Patrick Mlssileers-Jax Navy fame at Mason Field season destined to be a successful -
He holds a mark of .950 with Catcher Roy Johnson took the throw from second baseman Jim
back to knot the when Joe one. He was also the "tak
score only eight errors in 160, chances. !Massey, who had fielded a grounder hit by Jim Coughlin. Umpire
Kay banged out a double to drive is Bob Spellman. Jax Navy won, 60.Sobieraj charge guy" at the Sixth Naval

home Ralph Nielsen, who had District tournament for which

king-led. FLIERS' FARINGS NAS Jax was host.

The Fliers earned two more Wilson FavoredTo Lcdr. Folej'i loss will be felt
''''.-PH, C At M M TB Ml M.
tallies in the next frame. Gunnet ''rillmul, II .._ 41 "a ft ft\ 1 M Csidw _._. ..... R is: 4 n 6 .:m
led off with his second hit of ri1 If.cf ....m........li: 110 22 S3 S4 20 ..800si at the Center lit was
mesas Ib ..._._ 131 55 ST to n .'!U
the day, went to third on "Whit- ; Tnrtc, r _......__.2.1 *T 12 21 so n .2t Repeat AirLant WinOnly auditor of the composite welfare -
ey" Beasley's sharp single and Mnchi rr ......._.__ fl 23 4 6 10 4 ..2UlI and recreation council and
: JUkllDh, II _._. 1* 1 S a 1 .210 I
then scampered home when BeMley' I\tlS\\ \ M __ __33 120 24 21t 40 IT ..24JH NATTC representative to theOfflcer's
Gunnel 21 A 0 e 2 .240 one singles match and a solitary doubles contestwas
hit was momentarily bobbled fr Club Board.
; =.,,.. :
1k1wn I 114 111 IT 21 M 1! .211
I Sff'h'. 211 _84 111 3' 24 S5 1 U .20ft staged as play opened :in the annual ComAir Lant Tennis
: T..IOI, rf "..._._._.. 9 11 0 8 X 0 ,.2001ft Tournament at Boone Park Monday Lcdr Foley Is really a
Sam Travis brought Beasley in eke. Ib __ 11 .4 3 3 1.200 fellow Despite being on
SI1f'iU. e _.. ..__ IS: 42 T II 9 8 ,100aMete Singles finals will be held this
with a single after the slender _. ......._ leave for his
P II 20 1 :J 2 0 ,10) afternoon at 1630. Results of semi- lowing termination of play preparing departure
al"'kaock, p __.__12 10 1 1 1 0 .11)0
bhortfltop had picked up his 16th n. .. _.. .._ __ 1HO 52: 52 TII 21 .289 final matches were not known' at Sanford's Roy Lang defeated he spent every day of last

stolen base of. the season. I Pitdww C--.R. H W L M.i press time, Ben Sobleraj, defend ComFair Norfolk's lone entry, Al- week at the courts administering

Spoil* No-Hitter Pnltrrw ... II i 21 14 21 2 1 .ART ing champion from Sanford-baaed bert Kohlas, 6-2, 6-i in the open- I the tourney playoffs.
Only other threat mustered by CUIIiIfI .in TO U TO II) 1.1181 Jax Navy "adios" to fine
")154' ..._.. ..._ a BO 21 U S 2 .fiiK VC-5, was expected: to be aroundfor ing singles match. I. says
the visitors was turned into a r..j,11 .. ._ _.1 481182 2 4 .833: officer and gentleman, a great
1111011', _.. .. ... 1 It 2* 21 .12 1 :2 .313: the final battling. Kohlas then teamed with Don
seventh inning run. A walk, a JI"kmll, _. .... ._ r 39 2* 31 1 8 .2.10 I Aynsworth of VF-172 for doubled, sportsman and a good friend. '
single and a sacrifice fly pro- )WT. 11 19 16 0 :2 .000 "Bantam Ben" decUioned teammate *
Leon Wilson of Fasron 109 competition. The duo met defeatat
duced the run. More hard luck has hit the Jax
for the 1953 crown Wilson is also the hands of Lang and Cecil
Jax continued
Navy pitching Navy Fliers! Everybody's favor
Platner back this season. The two were Field's Robert Love, 6-4, 6'3, 6.2,
Gaida coasted witha SpinsOneHitter
sharp as along : ite, Tom Neely, is due to hit the
no-hitter for eight and one-third king-pins of the Jax Navy varsity discharge trail. The current series -

"Red" set the downin squad this year. Third Tourney
Innings. enemy In at Parris Island was expect
order In the second, the third I Adm. HarUUon Ilixit Representing ComFair Jax: are': ed to be Ncely's last in a Jax:

fourth, fifth and seventh frames. Sob I era J and Wilson, doubles Sobieraj j, Wilson, Lang, Love and: Navy uniform.

Only one man got as far as Center LoopAviation winners last year, were heavy favorites Aynsworth.The I The peppery keystone guard-

second base. First baseman George Ordnance to repeat victory in the doubles AliLant show winds up the Ian was forced out of action
Class I
Bennett led off the sixth with a finals staged yesterday Com- final event in a series of three top- sooner than expected. He received -
"A" School clung to
walk and stole second. Gaida plete results will be given in next flight Navy tennis meets 'in tile injuries when struck in the
second place in the NATTCenter
struck out five and walked three. week's Jax Air News. same number of weeks in the local face by a ball thrown in practice
Intramural Softball League last
With one out in the top of the Rear Admiral Osborne B. Hardi- : area. early this week
week by virtue of a 7-( decision
ninth, third sacker Wayne Howard over AK: Marines. son, Commander, Fleet Air Jacksonville I Previous racquet tournamentsheld Neely has been plagued from

rapped a hard drive between is host for the four-day here were the"'Sixth Naval the start of the season with an
first and second. Tom made Harry Frakes and Pete Wil- Lt. David I Barksdale.
Neely. tourney. District event and the ComFairJax old hand Injury. It could easily
kocki, collecting a pair of hits
I ComFair Jax public information
area elimination tourney be uttered that the Buckeye
apiece, helped Personnel to a 13-4 I officer is serving as Tournament
Pensacola Netnicn I Battler deserves the label of
conquest of Special Services. I Co-ordinator. Boss (to new secretary) : "I hate Jax Navy hard luck campaign

Tip Fliers, 5-4 Merle Platner spun a onehitter.In : Tourney director is Kenneth to say It, but your spelling is

In tile closest match of the a slugfest, Airman Prepaia- I Stewart, Boone Park professional.Lang abominable." er.Before the wolves start howl..

season, Jax Navy nctmen were tory School outlasted AGO School I Beats Kohlas Secretary: "Leave my stomachout ing at the door, it can be said in '

edged by Pensacola Navy 5-4, 19-9, with "Barney" Burnett get- Awards, including the giant Air of this"Bigamist defense of his low .209 stick .

in a dual meet staged as an ting four for four in a winning Force, Atlantic: Fleet trophy, will mark, Neely has a mere eight

aftermath to the Sixth Naval effort. be presented to winners and run- : A person who's just miscues in 160 total chances this

DIstrict Tourney at Boone Park Other. resulU-NAWS School 7, ners-up by AdmiraLJIardison, fol taken one too many. season. That would stand up in

Saturday. AK: Marines 5; AE-B School 8, any league.

Training Facilities 1: NAWS Tom finished the 1953
The Goslings won when Hll- campaignwith
School 9, AGO 8; AID<: School 7,
lie Hume and Monnie Lewis a healthy .283. A .348 aver-
Personnel 5 and AN-P School 11
declsioned Jim Skipper and Don age piled up in City League play
AK: Marines 7.AllNavy,
Aynsworth in the last doubles T earned a spot on the league all-

test on. the card, 4-6, 7-5, 108. ::3 star aggregation for the popular-

Tilt: I'LIKK tandem was Marine 3, N VP-18 athlete.

within two points of victory in This department wishes Neelyall

each of the final two set s. Cinder Meets the luck and success in the

They held a lead of 5-2 at one I world in whatever he may chooseto

point in the second net, onlyto do.
lose the next five points. Slated June 17 *

POP FLIES-Roger! Bannis.
Bath( clubs split even in singles Jax Navy will send three sail-
ters running mile in less than
competition while each ors and four Marines to the All- four
was a remarkable deed.
had a victory in the doubles, Navy and All-Marine track and
doesn't change the
problem of
leading up to the deciding field championships to be held
transportation. Most
folks can't
match. simultaneously at Camp Lejeune,
run that fast
or far, So we
IN A highlight singles corniest N. C., June 1718. still need buses.A .

Comfair Jax champion The traveling entourage will be 31-year-old Welsh schoolteacher

Den Sobieraj tipped the win under Ensign Matt Kurllich and
a woman, holed out in _.
ners' Jerry Glade, Sixth Naval assistants Larry White a'nd Jerry
one (Anglican for bole in one)
District titlist, 6-1, 2.6, 63. Hargia. on successive times recently.

HKHULTS: Navy athletes making the trip Her thought on the subject 'T
Singles SoblornJ (J) d. r.lade.fi1 are: Mel Christensen 880-yard
2-6. G-3; Wilson (J) d. ZrlUHr. myself in amazement :
7-5; 5-1; Candland (J) d. Lewis 0-3. run; Don Meyerchick, 440-yard' ."
5-7, G-l Reed (P) d. Lang< &-3. a 6. dash and John .IKotsuba, mile. .
6.11: Aucstadt (I') d. Ayiuuorlh. 6-2. ---- We're about par for the course.
0-3 7-5: and Swann ([') d. Skipper4<< Marines are: Fred Nelson, COl\lFAIRJAX'TENNIS: CJI.\l\IPS-Rear Adm. Osborne B. a one-armed golfer has been reported

.Doubles Sohleraj-Canilland (J) sprints and broad jump; Larry Ilardlson, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, presents champion as shooting an 83 on "1'
d. KwdSwann. 6-3. 6-1; Clade-/ Goler, broad jump and hop, step ship trophies to Ben SobleraJ and Leon Wilson (behind Sobieraj), Beat Ben Hogon We
tttt (I') d. Wlln-I nit. 6-3. 10-12, doubles champions in the recent ComFairJax Tennis Tourney. have
6-2. and Hume-Lewli (1') d.: Sklp- and Jump; Henry Palmer, high Sobieraj, also singles title-bearer, and Wilson are representing two arms and usually hit 83.83-

per-Aynsworth, 4-6 7-5 10-8. jump and George Adams, mile. ComFair Jax In ComFplr,Lant play this week. ,ICC. ,)


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10 June, 1954 AX' AIR NEWS Page Seven ,

Anderson, Chaff ; tv.. q )


Good Bets To i '

Beat Ben Hogan I o t$

The third annual National Golf

Day was a whopping success, but

like an estimated 125,000 students Y
- ----
supported by local handl

fapa on their own courses, a hoat Goslings Grab SpotlightAt

of NAS hopefuls must wait until

Saturday to match cards with the

teacher, Ben Hogan. I 6ND Tennis Tourney'JflhiR'flC.WS .

Hogan, still groggy from a

virus attack, will play Saturdayat Top-seeded Jerry Glade of Pensacola Navy humbled

Baltusrol in Springfield, N J., teammate Larry Zeitzeff, 6-3, 6to win the singles crown

scene of the IT, S, Open, June at the Sixth Naval District Tennis Tournament last week at

1719. Boone Park.

Because of the delay, golfers' ." .yw. '. I Glade swept through the four

may continue to turn In scores by HOME! PLATE ACTION-Making\ a slide at the plate too late day event with an unbeaten slate. Blumenfeld, 6-3, 62.
paying another $1.00 entry fee Is YC-GZ's Moe\ Hassan out by a mile as Operation's catcher Keith I Glade UnbeatenAs

for each round. Hogan's score will Fife stands waiting with the ball lIassan attempted to score on I The Gosling racquet wielder sub a result, an all-FensAtoIn, .
announced most radio an Infield out In the third Inning of the Mainside intramural dued Ch lle61on', John Berkey, semi-final round was staged. Doubles
be over ,contest at
Saratoga Field VC-62 defeated
Operations 7-3: to remain -
stations Immediately upon com in fourth place In league standlnrs'Beavers' 6-1, 6-0, in second round competition play was a bit more varied,

pletion. and Immediately was tabbed with Glade and Zeitzeff facing

At the Naval Air Station, vet- the tourney favorite. Sax Navy's Anderson and Dick
Harris in the semis. Reed and
Busy Bludgeons
Bran Lou Chaff, with a handicap Glade then eliminated Jim Skip Swann encountered teammates

of five; posted a low net of 68 per of Jax Navy, 6.4, 6-1, before
Hill is Hume, ex-Naval
to deadlock C. L. Anderson, who overpowering Tom Swann, also of Academy
halfback, and Monnie Lewis.
finished with an 8214. Bestow BombardmentHustling Pensacola, 6-0, 6.2, 6.0 in the i
semifinals.The Zeitzeff earned a spot In the
Ed Tellier the bar.
long driving
finals by rallying to defeat Reed,
tender and Don Demoss carded doubles crown was snared :
Fasron 109 made a race track of the Mainside 3-6, 10-8 6-1, 62. Glade defeated
contending 69's, while one stroke i diamonds, scoring 71 runs in" three games, to collar the NAS by the Gosling duo of Swann and Swan In straight Beta, 6-0, 6-2,
in arrears were W. R. Lemmon and Intramural Softball championship for the second year run- Fred Reed, 7.5, 6.4 conquerors of 6-0.

Joe Anto. ning and come,. in line for defense: of its All-station banner. Glade and Zeitzeff. In doubles play, Glade and Zeit
I in need of three games to mathematically Trophies zeff defeated Anderson and Harris
clinch the east-side title teams finishing second through Pensacola N a v y completely 6-1
: while Reed and Swann
Waves Clubs the Beavers took it out on VP- I fifth, will get underway Tuesday, I dominated the five-team field to were fighting their way Into the

18, 22-1; VP-5, 15-4; and FAW-11!, Second and fourth and third and cop team honors with 16 points, finale with an 8-6, C-3 conquest ti

t Split In City j 34-1 Regular season play ends tomorrow fifth place finishers will clash with followed by host Jax Navy with of Hume and Lewis.Bulletin.

afternoon. the winners meeting Thursday nine. .

It required only four innings to j Technical: details of the playoff Capt. Buruham C. McCaffree, _. --

League TiltsA register a season high of 34 runs i will be ironed out in a meeting NAS commanding officer and

against the Alrwi gers. Grand :i Monday at OSOO In the Intramural I host for the tourney, presentedteam !'
last inning rally that netted I Director's office Building: 930. and individual to
slain homers by Red Jackson and trophies ,
seven runs gave Seven-Up a 129''Victory' I I I The annual Mainside Intramural
\ Gee Giles made the task for fcTAMHNGSs I champion and runners-up in a
over the NATTCenter Dennis Dietrich. I 1>._ W l.I special awards ceremony Saturday -: Swimming Meet, scheduled
Waves In the Women's City Softball : Jo"8M"on 100 .... .. 12: 0 I for this week, has been
Ralph Bennett polrd NARTU . .... ........ ..... 8 2KuKron at Boone Park ;
a one-on
League Monday night at Six ................... 7 :2 I I cancelled, intramural tUrector
Hill. round-tripper in the second and VlM ................ .., 8 3Operations The tournament was under the Frank McCaffrey announced
Murray ................... T .1 \ supervision of Lcdr. Richard V.
NAS Waves were more fortunate Nick Pro cla, "ho*f! boot gate Hospital ................. C 3YrniFftlr last Friday.
( Jix .. 5 A 1\ Donahue, NAS Special Services
toppling Gulf Life, 121. FA\V-Jt a tally, walked six VH-5 ..::::::::::::::::. 4 S I Lack of interest was givenas
time In a* many appearances.On I \'\\'-. ......... .... .....,4. II I officer, aided by Lcdr. Kerwin L. the for
Bonnie Brown was outstanding !I FaetuLent ... ....... ........ S 7 Foley. Kenneth Stewart, Boone reason cancelling the
for the winners two. no occasion through the season !Supply ... .. .......... ....... 2 ft1I I event, with only three activities
hurling a I I .. .. Park professional, was tourney
I FAVV-11 .. ... .. ... ... 1 J"lI ( I I
hitler, andalso pacing the club were the Beavers seriously vP-ls ... .. ... ............, o aFree director signifying intention of entering
at the plate.SevenUp challenged as they loosened enemy ;I I i. __ a team in competition.
Anderson Bow
I defenses for 161 runs in a dozen I
NA TTCtnter'sC'h r .
spoiled Golf Clinic
-- ---
decisions while permitting a scant I Jax Navy was considerably
nce. for a first place tie. With 14. For DependentsDependents weakened by the loss of all top- Beavers Ring Up
Gene Ashcraft's crew ahead, 9-5,
I seded! stars, Fleet'men ineligibleto
after six innings, the Bottlers got In last year's All-Station play. of NAS personnel -
compete in District competition. -
to pitcher Gen I Gorsky and quick off, Fasron 109 turned back hapless are urged to take advan Three Wins In
A E School NATTCenter ot free instruction to
ly piled up the seven big runs. j tage golf
champion, 5-0 and 114. Don Glide- be given here in Tuesday and The Fliers' last two hopes were
The NAS Waves also fell be- ] '
tore the attack well spun a no-hitter and one.hit Thursday classes, June 15 sidelined in quarter.final. play. City Loop PlayThings
Seven-Up drop.
ter July 15. Frank Anderson bowed to Reed,
respectively. through
ping a 6-( decision last week at ,
6.0, 6.2, and Skipper !bowed to
were quite for
Brent wood Park. Errors spoiled I Glidewell's back this year, The annual children's clinicis
Glade, 6-(, 61. Fasron lOft'i Softball
City League
Bonnie Brown's chances for victory having thus far pitched two no- under the tutelage of Pro
In other quarterfinals matches, entry M the Beavers, braced by
i hitters and five shutouts. The fessional Jack Harvey, who indicated -
yet to be determined NATT- that each of the ten Zeltceff pinned a 6.0, M sUback the throwing arm of Don Glide
Gerrl Gorsky led her NATTCen i( lessons would on Harold Dachenhausen of well, won a trio of contests last
for begin promptlyat
Center representative
ter teammates to a 37-( rout of '
1000, on the designated days. Charleston, and Swann shaded another week.
St. Luke's Students in another best of three playoffs the week
)j Charleston entrant, Martin Glidewell left 10 NATTCenterrunner
work cut out.
contest! of June 20 has its
.stranded as hid mates'
I The playoff for the swond place
Waves from Corry Field will racked up a 3-1 decision over
play the Center lassies tomorrow | trophy at Mainside, involving 4 Tex Goodson's crew.

night and the NAS gals Saturday ;
j A two-run homer by outflttd .
night, both games at Enterprise I
Hornet1 IJmvood (; the
er ray was damaging *
Field. Both contests are sot for i j Braves .
blow Fasron 100
a* toppled
2000. 'I I :.r1 Police Department, 42.

'In Series Finale : __ ) I.y GlldevM'll also contributed to the

Pro-Am Prize To attack with a triple and Ii>.

The Jacksonville Braves and A single by Gene Clifford in

Best Ball ThirtyWith Charlotte Hornets conclude their .7 the seventh inning brought home

current series at the Myrtle Ave Glidewell with the winning tally
a best ball of :30, six I y. at i,
ball park with a contest tonightat ; M the Beavers edged City Utili
strokes off regulation figures, the
2000. | ties, 3.2, In'the week's finale.
team of Lou Chaff, E. L. Fish, :
F. H. Flynn anti Tom Lewis eel I Station personnel will be ac- ;( p ;" The Fasronites, a half game

the pace In last week's Pto-Am corded another opportunity to see behind pace-setting Fire Department

tourney. Lyle "Lucky" Luttrell, with Jax were due to tangle with the

Navy in 1952- 3, front line short-1 I Firemen last Tuesday.! Results
Tied for second in a field of
stop with the Hornet, and a promising were not obtained before pr e sn
nine with 31's were Jack Harvey, !
member of the Washington 3 time.
Cebe Coward Chief Cardwell and
Senators farm system. The '. on'ii
Nt *
Pete biggest upset wa
Salvus, and Don Demoss,
Mike Benak, Vito Magaddino and The Montgomery Rebels move witnessed when Arlington Oro-

Paul Treitel. into town to begin a weekend I eery won Its first decision in

I series tomorrow. Game are also dropping Cecil Field, 5-.1.

Cannibal Chief: "What did you carded for Saturday night and I Lg41s .L a __.__nn__ ti_, ____ht.., .. In the Commercial League, the
do for a living I Sunday afternoon.The TENNIS AWARDS-Capt. Burnham C. MrCaffrer, Naval Air NATTCenter Marines remained in

Prisoner: "I was an associate: Savannah Athletics, whom Station commanding Jerry Glade of Frnsarola first position with a 9-8 squeakerover
editor." the Braves haven't faced "since, the Sixth Naval District Singes Championship Trophy at award OAR while Fasron Six
ceremonies last week. Glade helped his mates the team
Cannibal: "Cheer up. After tonight April 14, will be here for a. one- cop WAS whitewashing Gibbs Shipyard,
championship, finishing far ahead of second-place Jai Navy in (he
you'll be editor-in-chief." .night stay Monday. tourney held here .' 6-0. j

Eight JAX AIR NEWS. 10 June, 1954

mmmmFOlt : Dixon Sets Up'

(Continued from Pare 1)

4wY commissioned officers and those
who have served previous tours '
EE 3 bdrm. home, 4682 Tlmuquana '
In squadrons or other aviation
A. H. Knoll, Ph. 8-3903.
units.It .
GI Equity in newly painted 3
w provides them with the theo
li, bdrm. home; 5311 Janice Circle.
Mrs. Schraudenbach. 4 retical and practical knowledge
1 I4 of aircraft ordnance and arma-
... S bdrm, 2, bath home. Lcdr. J.
ment equipment and administrative -
Luchow, Ph. 88-7502.
Information to thV
S nn. furn. cottage, $300 cashor necessary
terms. G. Shulz, Air Base .Jr I performance of duties M Squad.

Trailer Park Ph. 2-5410. ;; S a'' aT I ron Ordnance Gunnery Officers,
Along: with administration and
33: ft. 1950 aluminum house trailer ,
publications It.provides background
a *
$2,850. Azalea Trailer Park,
In electricity electronic
o Lot. 41, or .U. M. K. Price, Cecil ,
and fire control theory and equip.
Field, ext. 3Q7 or 309.
ment used by carriers'and
5 ,rm. new, large, CB home, 5000.:
a 5443 Carder St. Umstot.. rons., '

LT. ((10)) DIXON, who had no
2 bdrm. home, equity for sale. Ph.
previous experience In the field,
2-0433, Helmsln.
has served in at San
3 b and attended the Air Force Pacific *
,sale. 4447 Wateioak Lane. Ph.
Fleet's schools for AntiSubmarine
I *
8-5311, Lcdr. Watson. READY FOR THE FIRST GRADE-Sixty-four 5yearoldyoungsters :
All Weather
3 bdrm. asbestos shingle 6117 Kindergarten of military and civilian personnel at the base received Flight and

Transylvania Ave. Ph. 8-6987, certificates of completion of the senior kindergarten at the Navy Combat Information Center Train
I Wives Nursery. Comdr. John D. Butch, NAS executive officer, Ing. He has received orders to the
Douglas Church. CertificatesTo awarded the certificates. tots are shown here with their awards. I Naval Air Test Center at Patux
3 bdrm. CBS home, 5217 Marlene
ent River Md. from here.
He hails
Ave. Ph. Green Cove
Springs 64 TotsLast Freedoms Foundation Offers from Atlanta, Ga.
Lt.3365 Hook.or Naval Hospital, 2-9259, $1,000 .

Wednesday was a big

> 2: bdrm. Ranch style masonry day for 64 youngsters of militaryand For 'What America Means' Letter Used To Romp
home. 853 Mikael Ave. Ph. 88- civilian personnel here when

7568, Palish. they received certificates of graduation Washington (AFP8))-Again! this%year Freedoms Foundation at (Continued' from Pace 1))

3 bdrm. brick home, 2131 Maple from the senior kindergarten Valley Forge, Pa, offers a $1,000 first prize for the best letter from a through the trees from my aunt's

Leaf Dr. $1,800 equity. GI mortgage at the Navy Wives Nursery. serviceman or woman on "What America Means to Me." liouse.' Natural springs and a dam

M/Sgt. Bertolsn, exten at the east end
The program was planned by the lake.
offered CO awards of
sion 8240. Also are I Honor winners The Judges will
Mrs. Walter H. Bedard Jr., senior I Yukon was our train stop and
will be
"bdrnh $100. prize take into account soundness of
S home
connecting garage, we used to hike there
teacher, assisted by Mrs. George up for the
awarded the Washington
ideas and clear rather
screened in porch and thinking -
mail in those
Kasnias. Mrs. Linde Forsyth is days"Crowe
Honor Medal. Honor Medals will
radiant electric heat. Venetia, than literary form.
r 5344 Della Robbla way Lcdr. the nursery supervisor. ,also go to 20 additional letter- SEntries is married to the former
Impressive Program Betty Galanda of Washington, D.
Zane, Ph. 84040. will be accepted imme
Comdr. John D. Butch, NAS I C., and has two children attending
Letters must not be over 500 diately. Closing date this year is
executive officer, climaxed t h emorning's Fletcher High School in Jack-
FOR RENT words long. They will be Judged : midnight, Nov. 11, 1954. Letters
I entertainment by sonville Beach Helen 15
6 rrn. furn. home in Venetia 4349 presenting by an awards jury assisted by apanel I received after that date will be years
the children with certifi old, and Betty Jean, 11.
DeMedia. Ph. 88-0412, Lcdr. R. of Congressional Medal of I entered in the 1955 contest.

L. Rupp. cates. Winners of this year's contest During World War II he served ...

The graduation class of 28 will be announced by the Freedoms aboard the carrier USS Wasp and
5 rm. lower duplex, $80. Ph. 88- girls and 36 boys included Bar-
: w. yMI Foundation Feb. 22 1955 holds medals for both the Asiatic
7248 ,
P. F,
Milligan. barn Bloyd, Marsha Boat, Theresa. at Valley Forge. Pacific and MediterraneanAfrican
5 rm. upper duplex, $85. Ph. 88- Cousino, Marie Joan Harty, Theatres War
All Army, Navy; Air Force, oft and the
7248, P. F. Mulligan Harris Laraine Holden
Lydelle Marine Corps and Coast Guard Philippine Liberation
3 bdrm. brick bungalow, $100. Lynne Holden, Janet Irvine Patricia

men and women on active duty He reported here from the Naval -
1130 BrJerfleld Dr. Ph. 88-8414, Jones, Keitha Kasnias Nan-
J. V. Urs .. stationed anywhere In the world Air Station, Pensacola.
> Susan Lanier
cy Knight, PeggyLee are eligible to enter the contest. .
3 bdrm. home, large. Ph. 2- 738, Kerry Jo Middleton, Susan 1
Mrs. W. Three guys rent a hotel room
A. Cox.
Reed Rhonda
Ring, Susan Trei-
3 rm. turn. apt, $40. 2958 Forbes, tel, Kay Towry, Patricia Werner, Reservists and National I and each one brings a quart of
Guardsmen are eligible to submit bonded Scotch with him. sit
Mrs. W. J. Beck. I Alice Worster, Merrill Home They
2 bdrm. furn. apt. 5144 Hancock : << '.. letters only while on active duty. and drink for one hour, then one
Betty Cunningham, Margaret D.
i : Personnel
Rd. Ph. 88.7832, Campbell. discharged after they of them gets up and leaves. The
Engdable, Cathy Quiggle, Teddy
have submitted letters will still other two have to whichone
Will share 5 rm. house with cou Stegall, Beth Bernstein, Karen a'x.: be eligible for the prizes. left. guess
ple. 5278 Commonwealth Ave. Merrill Patricia : .
Kemper. 3EM'
Letters must be sent to Awards e .
Ph. 2-3631, W. J. O'Berry. Given ':-' ,
Diplomas .x 3,2 a Editor I
Armed Forces Radio
2 rm. furn. apt. 2198 Rosselle. Scott Michael ; I '
Ayers, Bradley, Service, 1016 N. McCadden Place, T REAR RANK
Ph. 7-5161, Mrs. Emery. Thomas Bush William Combs .
:"" Los Angeles 38, Calif. They must
3 bdrm. house. Ph. 8-6715, Mrs. Michael Coover, Wayne Coussens, '.:'v
,;; be received no later than mid-

Binder. Timothy Crowell, John Damon, night, Nov. 11, 1954, to be con-
:5> nn. unfurn. house ". ,
4565 Wheeler John Dozier Dickie )
Engstrom, ,
," sidered in the 1954 contest. Let-
Ave. Ph. 8-1462, Mr. Lallay. Michael M t c, s 4 N Na
Fogas, George Fish, Craig ? $ ; ; :. A>. ters must bear the signature, rank, i
3 bdrm. brick bungalow, 3658 I Herron, Billy Kapp, Edward Lowe, e ; service number and organizationof Ui

Boone Park Charles Mann ,, ,. P iN
Ave. Ph. 2-8894, Allen Martin, John the entrant.

Mrs. Lewis. McCampbell, Richard Muller, Rob ovaAnd

:3 I rm. furn. apt. 3218 Herschel. ert Provencher, Buford Pruitt, a: V1
Korea Vets
Ph. 2-4568, Mrs. Yeargain. Michael Randy, Joel Ross, Richard k "f 3. "g'd.' Can Accept V

6 rm. unfurn. brick home, 6416 Ruescher, Daniel P. Ruark, Dolph Foreign Decorations/

103rd St. Ph. 2-8706, Mrs. Ogil- Swift, Gene L. Tenold, Robert -LONE STAR BEAUTY Veterans of the Korean Warare

vie. Tilton, Robert Johnson, Terry Kathryn Grandstaff is workingfor .: now permitted to accept decorations

5 rm. fuin. bungalow, 2918 Doric Neinhard, Louis Peterson, Pete Paramount. She appearedIn emblems and awards

Ave. Ph. 2-5224, Mrs. Harris. Petrie, Michael Smith I Eddie "Forever Female" and can presented by nations who fought .

2 rm. turn apt. 436 Oak St. Ph. Spahr, James Wilhorn and Rich- .. now be" seen with in Bob"Casanova's Hope. She's'Biff.: with the United Nations Command I "- then I hit them with two .

4-6303, :Mrs. Canova. ard Walton. \ from Texas. there. (AFPS). platoons right here!" I

Garage apt. 2264 Dellwood. Mrs

3 David.Ph.rm. 8-4051 furn. ,apt.Mrs.332 McGlon.Warrington, II That Old Bugaboo Mildew Is With Us Again-PDB May Be The Answer I

8 rm. furn. apt. $75. 3665 St. The rains have come, and with cine Unit No. 1 reminds residents tion is poor, the chemical shouldbe 100 cubic feet with a relativelyloose

Johns. Ph. 2-2029, Mrs. Meyers. them the seasonal problem of mildew that a hot lamp bulb is a distinct placed on trays (not touching door has been afforded complete

2 bdrm. furn. apt. 3107 Post St. control., Jire hazard, and control of clothes) at several different lev- protection for two years,

$75. Ph. 88-9737, 1.r Mullen. Woolens, leather goods, cotton, mildew by chemicals is considereda els.The using about one pound for three

Furn. efficiency apt. 2652 Myra paper and plastic articles can be much safer method. closet, chest or package months during the hot months,

St. Ph. 7-6536, Mrs. Wood. seriously damaged by mildew, Chemical EffectiveThe should be as nearly air tight as and about one pound for the en

2 bdrm. furn. apt. 1218 Challen which is the result of growth by choice chemical is PDB possible. It is especially Impor- tire winter season. However, the

Ave Mrs. Hanks, Ph. 2-0291. various, fungi thriving at their (paradichlorobcnzene), which can tant to minimize leakage at the supply of chemical should be Inspected -

s best under warm, humid condi be purchased. at any drug or hard bottom of packages or trunks, and periodically and replenished -
MISCELLANEOUS tions. ware store, and which will not to cover the floor clearance of frequently enough to main

:3 I riders wanted from Edgewoodand That is why the "little lady" only control mildew, but will kill closet doors, which must 'also be tain a saturated atmosphere in

Beaver to NAS. Ext. 322 should use every precaution to any clothes moths present and kept closed. the enclosed area.

or 674, Mr. Newman. prevent and control the green prevent new infestations of car- Consider Other Facets The Preventive Medicine Unit

Riders wanted from Lakeshore to fuzzy-looking growth that plagues pet beetles and silverfish. Size of the dose depends upon No. 1, in outlining the above pro

NAS. Ph. 2-5425, Mrs. Reeder. every closet from now until cool, Since PDB vapor is heavier than space to be treated,, tightness of cedure, points out that the effectof

Rider wanted to share in car dry weather this fall. air, place the dosage at the top of closure, air circulation, tempera- PDB on some of the newer

pool. M. D. Morgan, ext. 8474. While a light near the floor the closets or else the upper por- ture and any any other factor synthetic materials is not known,

Ride wanted from Arlington Forest level of the closet burning con- tions will be unprotected. In Influencing evaporated and dissipation and suggests that these items be

to NAS., Dorris LeBlanc, stantly during the warm) months trunks and boxes where articles of the chemical. In a moderate removed from closets or areas to

ext. 205 or 215. does help, the Preventive I Medl [are 'so packed that air clrcula-- climate, a' closet of about I be treated.'ago .