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 24, 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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I Constant Check Of Mosquito! Population Made With Use Of Traps II

: calls have been received fogging jeep is put into ac The unit operates eight of maindcr feed on domestic and .

by the Preventive Medicine tion.A. these traps at strategic locations wild animals, on birds, turtles, 4 .
Unit No. One inquiring as to CONSTANT check Is over the Station. Daily, lizards and even the lowly
what has become of the familiar maintained over the mosquito the poison jars are gatheredand frog.
mosquito fogging Jeep, and population here through nightly the captured mosquitoesare FAST EXPERIENCE has \
why it hasn't been about of taught' the Unit that when the
use mosquito traps. Mos- separated from the multitudes i
late in nightly chase of public number of biting-type mosqui
quitoes like humans havea of other insects. The
enemy number one-the mos great fondness for the "bright mosquitoes are then identified toes caught each night in a
quito. lights," and are rather easily as to type. This step Is Important single trap is more than fif-
In answer to these calls, the captured at night by placinga since Florida has more teen, enough mosquitoes are
Unit has asked the Jax Air light bulb over a suckingfan than 70 species of mosquitoes, present in the general area of ?.,.,
News to explain to housing tenants and a poison jar under the of which less than 25: are ser that trap to make outdoor eve- //a1 .
just when and why the fan. ious biters of man. The .re- (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 1


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Air WingConducting 11 '

ifnniUt& New chief of staff of Commander
.. Fleet Air Jacksonville

zzs&i* JTn IllHIIHD.<<'. UlJ, .
A-S ExerciseIn Capt. Greene

VOL-12 NO. 13 U. S. N. A S. Jacksonville. Ha 24 June 1954 >

a persistent and continu- -4.-
ing effort to "sharpen up" the Fleet Air JaxChietofStaff

submarine hunting skills of 'Ubangis' Of
its squadrons, Fleet Air Wing
Eleven is conducting: a two
weeks anti*sub operation off VF-12 ScoreIn

the Mayport coast this week

and next, GunneryLatest Capt. Richard 0. Greene
The current training exercise assumed duties last week as
began Tuesday and follows by t air Atlantic Fleet Air I chief of staff of Commander)
only three weeks the tall end: of 1 Force gunnery exercise results Fleet Air Jacksonville.
.. show that jet pilots of Fighter Howard
"Asdevcx, the gigantic six-weeks Relieving Capt. V.
Squadron 12, based at NAS Cecil
who June
anti-submarine warfare exercise Hopkins, on 14 succeeded
1IT Field, have cornered the marketon
which took place north of the Rear Adm. Osborne D.
Bahama Islands during May the "E" awards presented Hardison as Commander Fleet
each month for efficiency in are-
Fourth Exercise Air Jacksonville, Captain Greene
ial marksmanship.The .
comes here from assignment as
This curihent exercise Is the "Flying Ubangls" returned
Director ft Photographic Divis
fourth sub-stalking game in which recently from exercises, held at .
ion, Bureau of Aeronautics.
FAW-11 units have taken a part Quantanamo Bay, Cuba, boastinga
since the A Korean veteran who served
beginning of the year new ComAlrLant gunnery record -
Patrol squadrons 3 and 5) from __ a new Banshee jet gunnery for a year as Plans Officer on
NAS Jax, Patron 34 from Trinidad > champion, 13 double "E" winners, the staff of Commander, Seventh
(D. W, I.) and Patron 45 and seven individual "E" winners.A Fleet, Captain Greene was born
from Coco Solo (Canal Zone) are NEW! COMAIRLANT record in Sherman, Texas, April 2, 1909.'
the participating squadrons in -- for total hits scored on a towed After graduation from the Na-
this ASX all FAW-11 units., SHATTER RECORD-This quartet of aerial marksmen comprises target at 15,000 feet was established val Academy in June 1932, he \
While hunting the "enemy" sub the Fighter Squadron 12 pilots who, shattered the old AJr by four VF-12 sharpshooters was assigned aboard the battle
for total hits scored tow ship USS Oklahoma where for
Force Atlantic Fleet record on a target whose combined scores to-
marine, which will be operatingat ed at a 15,000-foot altitude. The Flying Ubangls are (left to right) talled 289. two years he served as a junior
sea, VP-34 will fly PBM Mariner i Ensign Wally Blaseck, Lt. (iff) Lee Raybourn, Lt. (j Jg). HuntingdonHardisty division officer In
seaplanes and VP-45 will ; and the Banshee jet gunnery champion, Lt. (jg) Wayne Lt. (jg) Wayne Smith with 111 September
operate with its brand new P5M Smith. hits, Lt. (jg) Huntington lIar- 1935, he was commissioned a naval -
Marlins, being used for the first disty with 59, Lt. (Jg) Lee Ray- i aviator. His present rank
time in an anti-submarine exer- Hopes High For Passage bourn with 65, and Ensign Wally i dates back to June 1, 1951,

cise in this area. Neptune patrol Dlaseck with 54, comprised this Captain Greene served with
bombers will be flown by VP-3 Services Committee Asks record-shattering quartet. Torpedo Squadron 2 aboard
and 5. Lt. (jg) Smith's outstandingscore the USS Saratoga, with Patrol
To Hunt Enemy established a new Navy record Squadron 19, operating from
Trying to elude the hunting for the total hits made by a Seattle and Alaska, before returning -
patrol bombers and behaving as Redraft Of Housing BillThe Banshee pilot to Pensacola to Instruct -
an aviation course and
the "enemy" will be the USS AS FAR AS the squadron can
Grampus (SS 523)) from SubRon House Armed Services .committee, has ordered the determine, Lt. (jg) Lee Raybournset complete. a course In photography

4, Norfolk, Va. This submarinewill Defense Department to redraft its dependent housing bill for another ComAirLant record
be tied up at Mayport Sat' the_. militarv. by scoring 99 hits at 25,000: feet In June 1940 he was senior
urday and Sunday The USS Po The new billH l designed to meet The 13 VF-12 marksmen who aviator aboard the USS Quincy
chard (AM 375)) from MinDiv 85, 1 the housing needs of the Regular tern would pay for them; third, garnered double "E"", for accu- engaged in Iceland Patrol. Dutyas
Charleston, S. C., will assist the Services, covers the whole 150- service action would determine racy at 15,000 and 25,000 feet commanding officer of Cruiser
squadrons in a special. project 000-unlt program and a methodof the priority for units to be con- were: Lcdr. Hamilton McWhorter, Scouting Squadron Seven, and
during the exercise It will dock financing the program over a structed, issue contracts, manage, squadron commanding officer; on the staff of Commander Cruiser
at Mayport over the weekend. :.period of 15 to 25 years. When maintain and pay for the units :Lcdr. Paul Miller; Lt. John Burn- Division Four on convoy dutyin
As was done during the last the committee resumes its hearings over the years. (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 3) the Atlantic followed. lie also
FAW-11 anti-sub exercise in this week, this is the bill served as intelligence oficer in
March, a cannister of newspapers it will be considering and not the London! England and as officer-
will be dropped from the patrol 25,000-unit, $350,000,000 program n-charge of the Naval Photogra
planes every day to the news proposed by Defense for this fis phic Interpretation Center.
hungry men aboard the subma cal year, 4 During the first eight month
rines. S of 1944, Captain Greene commanded

Capt. Theodore O. Dahl, commander WITH CONGRESS about to ad- Fleet Air Photographic
of FAW-11, is in command journ, Defense settled on the direct Group One and Photo SquadronOne
of the training exercise. Assisting appropriation and planned to in Guadalcanal, photographing
him in directing opera rush this to the Capital. Although *. .. such Japanese held territo
tions is Lcdr. William C. Camp- Charles E. Wilson, Defense Sec- ." ries as Yap, Woleal, Palau, Mo-
bell, ASX officer of the wing. etary, asked that family housingbe : :: rotai, New Guinea, and Solomons
made a part of the military : Group. He was awarded the Dis-
Comdr, Luebke Heads public works bill, the Armed Services :- : : tinguished Flying Cross during
committee voted to consider l : missions over Yap and Guam.

Air Task Group 201 family housing separately, Shortly after he won a second
Commander of Fleet Air Jacksonville's due to lack of sufficient informa > DFC. He also wears the Air
Air Task tion.EACH : ; Medal, Gold Star and Legion of '
Group 201 ..
: .
was assumed by Comdr. Frederick SERVICE Is now getting :. ,; .: .:;1.<:: :. Merit, and was awarded the
together the figures to ask for its ./ '. .. .Y:'' Navy Unit Commendation for
W. Luebke last Friday ;
share of the 150,000-unit program.The .. .
morning, at NAS Cecil Field. : A. ] (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 5)WEATHER )
services themselves would de .
lie relieved Comdr. Landis E. termine the priority for various -- -,"-- ,... ....:.'..ow-5./:: ;:':.,' ".7.':J 4s r -
Doner who had assumed the authorized projects, and would MOST MILITARY WAVES-Nine ,Waves, selected from stu
temporary command of A TO- extend construction over severalyears. dents and ship's company personnel, stand at attention for final OUTLOOK
201, Comdr. Doner it commanding inspection and judging is "most military Wave of the month"during
inspection held at NATTCenter last Saturday Comdr.
Friday-Warm with scattere.iafternoon
officer of Fighter Squadron It would .work like this: First, Wilson Bartlett, NATTCenter executive officer, leads the Inspection -
13, a unit of ATG-201. the 150,000 units would be au- party Waves (left to right are, Nela Mathls, PN3; Nor thundershowers. ,
ma Fleming, SN; Gaynell Cook, SA, (selected as most ) '
Comdr. Luebke was the former i thorized by Congress; second, military ; Saturday-Same.
Anne Slmmlns, SKSN; Norma Loos SA; Barbara Chapple, SA;
skipper of VF-173. s f i. yearly .appropriations .for quar, Ethel Steffel I, SA; Dolores Croon, SA-; and Alice New be gin, SA. SundaySame.Many .

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.tatfo"I Thursday (or Navy and Marine activities at Naval Air CATIIOLIOSunday .
; Jackaontllire. Fla, 1ia'

( Burnham C. McCatfrrt Ii..'AI.....JatkieirUleapt. ...................... Commanding Officer Mass-0800, 0900, 1000-
Corndr. Juhn D. 131llch txpcuthe: officer St. Edward's Chapel. e
Fl... Air la.k..nUl.
Tapt. Howard V. UopVIn Commander 0800. c -- '-- ---
Capt.:: Richard I O. Greene -' :'-:_::::-,.:::',-'::,:--.--.,.-.. ....-............ Chief or Stuff Saturday- ( '- f
fleet Air 'Till alerea Daily0630.Sunday0630Macs. aqG
Capt. Theodore Dahl _. Commander I
Corndr. Frank D. Heyer .Chief Stall OfficerNasal at Hospital V.
Air Ttchalral Tral lag Cealer : )
Capt. David Mi-Campbell ._ .. Commanding Officer Chapel i 9.aq
Comdr. EAeculhe Ofiiwrapt.
Vtllson R. BarllttU '
haval Iftipltitl
Edward: S. tows .Commanding Officer 1930- NATTC
&. 4.. is'ewtoa __ ..""_.... F..Jr'CUUt officer Wednesday -I|
NARTD I Chaplain's] Office.CllRISTIAN .
Capt. Jlin I. Counlhan. .Commanding Officer 'I1900TuesdayNATTC
Comdr. C Gray Strum .E"t''ulh+t Officer I SCIENCE

Chap. I Ilain's ,, .
TH JAX AIR NEWS U published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air SUtloa. '
Jacksonville. Jo for ida, and pilnttd commercially with aon.af.flgllal.d fund Office. }
at no ei to the government and in compliance br. Rev .
N 1otr. l .rna .. are distributed t free of charge it the al Air Stationthe, PROTESTANT | '
Naval Air Technical Training Center.. Natal Air Resent Training I'nil Na>ai l GO NAVY RELIEF CHECK-Capt. W. D. Brown, Comman:
Air Station Cecil Field and the U. S. Naval /HoipltaL 0930-All Saints' Chapel. : der Florida Group, Atlantic Reserve Fleet, pens an outtoinr
Editor-Andrew 11. Planer 1100-All Saints' Chapel. check for 51,211 to Capt. Herbert P. MeNalljr (left) senior ihap.
Staff AwUtant Kepoiter Editor-Jim-Rjan.HelenHarper AN; Clrculullon-DItilbution--Chuck; Spoil* MltorOoidon: Rolible 1'aul,, A03 JOT;, 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. j lain at NAS Jax. Chaplain McNally receives this money on behalf
liens Crate. SN. (Note: Addresses of J local I of the Jax Auxiliary of the Navy Relief Society. The check rrprt.
The JAX AIR NEWS U a member or the Armed Forces Prea Sen Ice. sifts proceeds from the recent Navy Relief Ball conducted: as a
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted without churches may be obtained by call. joint endeavor of the Naval Station Green Cove Sprints and the

the matter written, except permlulon by a.,vice of Armed publlcatloni.Foicet Press la prohibited Venice. without Republication I permission I of other of i Florida Group, Green Cove Springs, to raise funds for the Navy
Editor: JAX AIR NEWS. Relief Society. To the left of Captain McNally are Comdr. E F
UM.Editorial 216 and 8164.Need office' located Main Administration Building Phone extension I UbangisContinued Scott, acting commanding officer, Naval Station Green ('4tH
-- I Sprints and Lt. L. E., Hogan, Green Cove Catholic chaplain
I ( from Pate 1)) ; -

hans; Lt. jg's) Wayne Smith, i GreeneContinued
Active Men I Capt.
Duty I Lee Raybourn, Huntington Har"I. SAFETYBox
I I ( from Pace It
dusty, George Llttlehales, James
Score periods from 1943 to 1945
; McGee, Ken Moeller; Ensigns
For NavCad Program i Charles IMeyVally Blaieck, Disabling Injuries Through Upon his return to the I;mud.+

Tuesday, June 22 States in 1945, Captain Oucne
I Charles Harvey. and Harold) Gaut- This Month 1 served as officer-in-charge of the

(Vii.i. to the final wt a erica of lour at.inks by the Naval Air i eaux. This Year 7 Naval Photographic Centei An-

Rt'IIf'r1'e Training Unit drp\ct\ng\ the lilt and adwrttaut' of feerowiig Individual "'E" recipients for Days Since Last acostia, D. C., attended the Naval

a ( Awtlon? ,. Cadet. score at 15,000 feet wen: Lcdr. Lost-Time Accident 1 War College, Newport, R. I,.. and
Reqiiiretnentft Lowered GIRGABOAMJune was executive oficer of the USS
Joseph Oliver Lt.'s Walt -
Navy "Wings of Gold" and a commUsion as Ensign in the Naval ; Saipan, and its commanding ot-

Reserve or Second Lieutenant In the Marine Coips Reserve is open to I and James Kelley; Lt. (jg's Ger. Safety Slogan ficer for two months Ho then

enlisted personnel of the Navy, Naval Reserve, Marine Corps, and aid Covington, Daryle May, William "Help Rescue Safety-Accidents became executive officer of NAS

Marine Corps Reserve. I Burke, and Ensign Oscar Are Killing It." Seattle, Wash.In .

Personnel of the inactive renerve college. 1 i'esarson Remember this slogan It April 1951, Captain Greene
I means
are eligible on the flame' (! Applicants will be given two I 1 money was assigned to the Staff of

basis as civilian candidates.! Menon I flight aptitude tests. Aviation Commander, Seventh Fleet) which

<,ti'ell1ty must qualify in :I Qualification Test and Flight Aptitude I ::: was operating off the coast' nf

the following\ category: Rating. An applicant may g-i- Korea. He served as assistant J
take these tests and, if he falls, t : __ Chief of Staff for Plans and Operations .

I must wait full to Commander Ku t
one year before -
(1)) They inn"I cati Nf clcrll>
have completed one full year of re-ttstlng' If he parses these'' t Fleet] in San Diego, from March

parsing woik at an accredited I tests, he then takes the physical! until Sept. 1952, and then went

college and have a total of 120 .examination. to Washington, D. C. as Dir, tort

on GCT plus ARI and 58 on \ ( of the Photographic DI\ won,

MECH; or 12\ satisfactorily complete If HiMVt the age of 21 I. parent Bureau of Aeronautics.

the 1JSAFI! GED college I content must be obtained In addition : I Captain Greene is ma>'i'ico <10

level test in- lieu of one year of \ to transcripts of all college 1 t the former Miss Josene Ben i ens
._ 1
----- ---- and high school work com ; of Bremerton, Wash. Then t

ConstantContinued pleted. High school transcriptsmust a son, Patrick, 18, and a d,+msn.

show date of graduation ter, Sharon, 16.

( from Pace 1) The age limit is from 18 years, .

nlng and nlght.Um.IIcUvitit's and not yet 26. .
A newspaper got a call f 'J'> 1
unappealing. Golfers playing in Any personnel that are interested woman who wanted her -opou st Ji
t the late afternoon will be in applying for the Nav- in 'olhlln
name put the obituary c i
Hvvattlng as much at mosquitoes Cad Program are required to inquire .
because she canght him k ig
as at the ball. And it Is at the Naval Air Reserve
his secretary.
then that the fog Jeep swings TrainingUnit, NavCad Procurement _-u-m.'_ __, "..'_>',,....,.. "How long has he been dt-" into Ul'lfl.Wht'n Office. The office U located
HONORED FOR IDKA-Ceorge W. Repoff (second from right, "He starts to orrow."
most or all of the in_ Building 901, .phone 366. quarterman in the power plant division of Overhaul and Repair .
traps aie checking: off the big h' __-_-__ : department, receives congratulations from Comdr. Leonard Bran-
numbers, the fog jeep l IAI pat kecl adjacent area.MOSQUITO. :1 nan, chairman of the Board of Incentives and Awards, Navy Bureau I AFGE RepresentativeIn
HREEDINO will of AeronautiC's. RfP"ws
and the spray plane takes over.Some I riled for winning a second award
occur In rain barrels, tin cans of $155 in addition to an initial award of S275 for a new type ball. Town June 29
] I ,
personnel complainthat
and other artificial containers: bearing pressure washer he sunelted.! Left to right are: Claude ,
one mosquito is as poisonous Cribb foreman of the division; Capt. Burnham C. I\IrCaflree i Walter F, Sander, national ep-
which collect ,
and hold
as fifteen and the Unit water.In I commanding officer of NAS In; Reporl and Comdr. Brannan. entatlve of American Feta

is in sympathy. However there one instance mosquitoeswere I tion of Government Emplov.

just are not enough do!lam in being produced In a barrel O&R Employee Cited For Suggestion will be at the George Washington
which was used to clean ; I Sato .
I June
Uncle Sam's pockets to get Hotel on Tuesday,
that last mo. qui i to only and check an outboard motor. Station's organize a new NAS Ixxipe of
This barrel was located in the Program Brings Praise
enough to make it comfortable the AFGE.

when the crowd gets too big. back yard of the person making I An award. of $155 from--. th@--- Tin--.- _- __.._. _.__ I All civil service employer aye
complaint.Personnel the
I Station is permitted to
MKE ALL OTHER governmental reau of Aeronautics was presented give extended an invitation to he pI'"
are asked to call .
activities, use of pub. the Public Works Trouble to George W. Repoff, an employee ent at this meeting which will
\ Comdr.
lie funds must be justified. By in the Overhaul and Re- Brannan's visit here mentkieteof > i
at Former
Deck begin
extension 325, about their for
was the
regulations, the Unit in first- i pair department, during ceremonies I express purpose of the AFGE are also urged i to
mosquito problems. The
required to survey the situation ventive Medicine Unit No. Pr&I I In the commanding officer's 18 determining how during the past : attend.
and only when it's bug- office last week. months NAS Jax has surgedi

trained eyes reveal dangerpuslevels will will then be contacted and I Capt. Burnham C. 'McCaffree i ahead to lead all other naval air banks Industrial Relations officer

of abundance have been works investigate on a "complaint The Unit I ( delivered l the check: the 115th to i I stations in degree of active participation : 223 suggestions were proceed

reached, may it use funds necessary ," and system 1 I be given here via the beneficial I in the Navy's beneficial 1 by the board, 115 adopted, and
to relief from the accordingly appreciates suggestion program. award totaling $4,931 presented
get suggestion program since the first
all) calls. They tell how
rnOAql tOfo'. of the year. Also present for the I The Bureau Chairman concluded since January 1. In the s am'
the Unit M doing, what it k
Other complaints have been occasion wa Comdr. Leonard L.' that the secret 1 ill I'm omentum period, saving: from adopted MIR-
doing, and what it should be
Issued by persons who said doing. Brannan, Chairman of the Bu.I! and enthusiasm, from the com- geetions reached $8 ,305.

their home and yards were reau's Committee on Incentivesand I minding officer to the head of The Navy' beneficial luggH'

filled with mosquitoes. Know Awards.A I I depaitments, supervisors, foremen ., lion program ic considered o+* cl

Ing that moot of the extensive Weekend Tide Table commendation from the Bureau j down to the individual." He the beat in either government
breeding areas ate dry the considers a second factor to Comdr,
HIGH LOW together with the cash the b e commercial enterprise
Unit representative have In. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. award,.indicated that the b all whichCt.high calibre of the board Brannan said that recently Prudent '
, TeotlgaUd on the assumption on all suggestions that
bearing pressure washer Repoff Eisenhower requested
!' the problem WM localized. This !i4. 2:21: 1:10: 8:40: 9.31: devised had saved the Station well giving type a fair evaluation of all 1 greater- emphasis of such pro

"" has proven to be the CM Th Bat, 3:28: 4:14: >::39 10.38SUN. : over 10000. For that initial saw minlstraUve., whether technical or ad- grama be made throughout a "j

(. breeding: bM been found e4thaw 4:32: 5:15: 10:37: 11:33: ings, riepoff already had received Federal agencies and the tOnH11f'J"

on the premise or in an the maximum award $275, which Al'4'ord'nr' clal industries doing buninewi to Uh
, Leonard :B. )Cu the government, to cut colis.


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24 June 1954 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three


Take Thee Navy. H DANCING LESSONS ::1 ;

;Jm} Bagger's Wife Has Own Idea will Dancing fOR begin lessons TEENAGERS tomorrow for teenagers(Friday) II III I IIr --

evening in the clubhouse at Building
What 'Vows' Should Be UtteredI sot with Chester Bennett of r

.. (Bjr Armed Forces Press the Fred Astalre Dancing studios

The Armed Forces are They say that marriage is honor and wait for him at giving lessons.

ening up the rules fifty-fifty proposition, but The first lesson beginning at "',.
home (alone? ?),
enlistment bonuses. As a will find that a Navy 1630 will be given fire.Marines .
"I will ( ?).

some servicemen.may have will disagree with you. I, seaman, take thee u my --5*
far as she's concerned,
pay part of their bonuses wedded wife from 1630 to 0800
U a three way deal with WinPromotion
others may receive Navy holding a full thirty- as far as permitted by my t

takenly taken away from and a third percent ..hare.We'll Commanding Officer, liberty
hours subject to change with By
A recent decision by the bet there Is many a
out notice, for better or worse,
row n bagger's wife who
troller General had for earlier or later and I promise i
wished the words New
main points. First, if a at a sailor's wedding to write at' least once a SystemA

man had collected a bonus read something like tills: week. new plat concerning promo
after Oct. I, WOMAN, take sea-
enlisting thee.
on or "'n.T THOU seaman take tion of 42,000 privates first class
for a certain' period but woman as thy lawful wed, man as my lawful wedded husband and corporals has been announced 1_
that wife, to live in subject to the orders of
complete period together by the Marine Corps. '
his choice as the Bureau of Naval the Offtcer of the Deck, chang
own or The new system gives enlistedmen I MONSIGNOR S II E E II Y
must repay part of the will allow, wilt love ing residence whenever the In grade E-3 and 4 in SPEAKS-The Rt. Rev, Mon-)
ship moves, to have and to holdas pay signor Maurice Sheeny, dean
Second, if a serviceman take her to the movies, and
all occupational fields equal op- of education at the Catholic
bonus home after lib long as my allotment comes
lected for promptly
a -
portunities for promotion to next University of America delivered
before Oct. 26, 1951, the call ." through regularly, and thee is higher grade. the main address at the
Forces should not have "Aye Aye." given my troth. Communion Breakfast attended

back money if he Wilt thou, woman, take this By the virtues of the author. Virtually 14,000 corporals will by members of the Knightsof
any move up to the rank of sergeant Columbus, Father !Maher
as thy lawful wedded vested in the Naval
ity Regulations
the enlistment
complete and 28,000 privates first class will Council 648, last Sunday at the
ter what the cause. ( bearing In mind lib- subject to regulations of become corporals, in two Incre CPO Club. A wartime'chaplain
hours, ship schedules, the Chief of Naval Personnel at NAS Jax and a Urn Adm.
sudden orders, uncer and latest BUPERS Instructions ments. in the reserve, Monsignor
The Defense mail, and all other prob. and Notices, I }pronounceyou All Jromotion.'UI l IN" uccomplUhed Sheehy cited the bravery under
asked Selective Service God of men in combat. ,
of life? and wife. by June :SO.
navy man .....
vide 850 physicians
"Wilt thou serve him, love Amen! It was estimated that approximately -
or soon thereafter. The 7,000 coiporals' : those who Tells Of
in addition -
requested are -- --- -
had a cutting score' of 125 01'blght't.
120 previously sought for Promotions were promoted June 10.
fill the Navy Life0fMenInCmbat
On the same date about 14,000 Spiritual
quirements for the first Be Governed privates first class who had a
of fiscal 1955. Of
year a'Personnel
cutting score of 112 were jumpedto
doctors requested, 350 are corporal. The remaining men
Navy and 500.for the Air Uniform Bill
will be promoted between June "Everything we do, we shoulddo
They'll fill service
for the second quarter of uniform Warrant Officer pro- 1530. to the honor and glory of God,"

year 1955. for all the Armed Forces are 'Invited to r*.,it the Heretofore promotion t procedures was the philosophy offered by the
Silvers'I for private first class': to
been created through the War t/SO Scrtireincn' Chub at 31 W. Right Reverend Monsignor Maurice -
corporal, and corporal to sergeant
Marine Corps llq. has Officer Act of 1954 signed Monroe Street open from 0930' 'to S. Sheehy as he spoke! at a
were based on cutting score announced
ced that as of May 31, 1951 ,' Eisenhower t330 daily.Thursday. for each occupationalfield Communion breakfast at the CPO

were 39 marines still Is scheduled to become effec June 24 9:15: pm., for each grade. Club last Sunday morning.

missing in action in Nov. 1, this year, and ap Melody Ballroom broadcast and Dean of religious\ education at

that time the total to WO,' In the Navy, Army, dance with Chaz Han'is. ; Ity sing, vespers, and refreshments the Catholic Univeisity of America \

marines missing in Guard, Air .Forces and Ma Friday, June 25 5:30:: p.m., ; 8.00 p.m., movies. i and a rear admiral in the

have since been proved Corps. Cafe Italiano, spaghetti supper; Monday, June 28 -" 7.00: pm, Navy Reserve, Monsignor Sheeny

clared dead was 454. bill sets op a statutory 8:00: p.m., record dance. Ping Pong instruction with Frank was addressing an audience of

S. program and came into be Saturday, June 26 -" 10:00: a.m., Puskas; 7:00 p.m., Skating Partyat Knights of Columbus from Father .

The names of 2,282 for three major reasons (1)) Open House all day: 8:00: pm... Skateland, no dungarees. Maher and Bishop Kenny Councils

serve line officers-both is a wide' difference be record dance. Tuesday. June 29 ..- Surprise. as laymen of various' occupations.

women-on inactive duty the laws and regulations Sunday June 27 10.00: a.m. : Wednesday June :30 8:00: pin., .

been recommended for in the several military Dunking round( table; 11:00: am.. Dancing instruction, followed bya He told them "There id no

tion to lieutenant. All ((2)) The Career Compen- off to church; 5:30: p.m., cointmm- record dance I honest profession that can't b.
ficers promoted will have Act of 1949 established seen as a 21-hour a day work of

of rank from July 1, 1954. pay grades for Warrant Of T mercy if you have the vision to r

of rank for male but failed to establish\ mil see It." S

vary depending their statutory grades. 9af \utllf'lIC1th 'ulN"|

rank to lieutenant junior ) The WO program nrrd Monsignor Sheehy also related

This promotion list is in be tUallred<< by a mandatory an audience two years previous

to the one for 1,362 staff of consideration for pro 9 ,9orby with Pope Pius XII at which

reservists announced and elimination. time the head of the Catholic(

Act provides for promo- Church had stressed that then e

.' elimination and retirement are "difficult) times, but times
WOs' of all services. that bring forth great saints.
bill also provides that no Lsa
Winner of six battle) stars a
MAIXSIDE will be reduced from their '
'r Bronze Star, and a citation for
Thursday, June 24 permanent or temporary
x bravery as a chaplain in the Pacific
Top Banana ". *Phil as a result of the redesig- 1
u uyy. during World War II, Mon-
Friday, June 25 .
signor outlined to the
Anna ., ..... .Silvana warrant officer, W-l, will be group a Sheeny number of serious stories
Saturday, June 26 ;
to serve three years in
about what he called "ci ndidales
Outlaw Stallion ...,.......Phil before being considered for for canonization," young\ Navy

NATT'ENTERThurlMlay W-2s and W-3s must men devoted to Cod who died

June 24 six years in grade before x bravely) In the Pacific conflict
Forever Female .. ..Ginger considered for promotion.
June 25 Prayer for Dead
promotion features of the
Top Banana ....._Phil to Daniel A, Naughton, World War
apply only permanent reg.
Saturday, June 26 WOs. The consideration for II Navy pilot, who spent some
Anna .. .n. ".......Silvana for temporary and re time with tho"priest>> in the Pacific
HOSPITAL introduced Monsignor Sheehy.The .
WOs' is left to the secre
Thursday, June 24 of the individual services. FROGMAN SHOWS TEENAGERS-Dick Duncan, former breakfast followed( a quarterly

O. K. Nero. ...Silvana -5* frogman and intelligence officer in the Navy, now with a diving Communion Mass of FatherMaher .
Friday, June 25 are something which if company, gives a 30-minute demonstration of underwater tactics Council at St. Edw .rd'*

Forever Female .....Ginger go into you are apt to come to teenagers who congregated for the Jet Cats Party held last Chapel, which was constructed
week at Price Natatorium at NATTCenter. Duncan will be giving
Saturday, June 26 singing a few of and maybe largely through the efforts( of
lessons soon to personnel desiring to learn underwater techniqueat
Top Banana __Phil tossed behind. the Indoor pool Monsignor Sheehy as chaplain
the Naval Air Station for nearly

I I Bill Has Benefited More Than 11OOOOODVets In 10 Years II I Mass two ,years with during special the prayers war. The for

Navy' men gave their live
I Ten years ago Tuesday-June adjustment Act. tended vocational or trade homes.It for their country, was said by
22, 1944, Public Law 346, univer- According to the Veterans Administration schools; l'/4 million trained on- WM stated the Gl Bill has Monsignor Sheehy.

sally 'known as the Gl Bill, became more than 11,000,000' the-job; 700,000 on-the-farm, and i widened the knowledge, deepened The ceremonies were arranged

a law of opportunity for veterans have benefited by VA some 3V4 million Gl loans have I the springs of productive strength by Capt. Herbert F. McNally,

the veterans. programs under the Gl Bill. It been guaranteed or insured by I I and enhanced the homes of veterans NAS senior chaplain and Catholic

This particular law was also was pointed out that 2,000,000 the V A.up to the present time- I throughout the entire country chaplain, and CHGUN Daniel

Known as the "Servicemen's Re- went to college; 3% million at- more( than ninety percent for ,J. Morris, general chsirtnm.r' .



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.... :
CAG-17 Command Goes Instructor Gore's Creation SPEED TRAINING

To Comdr.Comdr.James Cooper S. Cooper relieved I 'Show Case' Idea Pleases StudentsSince l IN FOR ELECTRONICSWith NEW- RATES '

Comdr. Leroy V. Swanson the advent of "put- ________.__.___iLuIt4uW- S--S Ss the growing emphasis
electronics in
as commander of Carrier Air ting the lid on the pickle barrel" upon the wartime increasing
Navy will
Group 17 last Thursday. speed
has forth with
man come i to
training qualify aviation
Comdr. S wan Ion, who has i many ideas to keep the custo enlisted
men for the critical avia
headed CAG-17 for the past two mer's hands off the merchan-
Lion electronics technician (AT
years, has' been ordered to the dise! )
rate, or the new aviation fire
Advanced Training Command at As the lid is to barrel
I pickle tI11pr control technician (AQ) and
NAS Christi, Texas.
Corpus show into
so cases came aviation guided mlssilman (GF)
Comdr, was the Mili-
Cooper existence to give the consumer ratings.

tary Personnel officer at NATT- a good look-see, but please A, VOLUNTEER training
Center here. "no da bananas"! _
squeeza .av.IMP .l8s program for those seeking to
The Carrier Air Group, com- Show cases have even been d ? qualify has been established by

posed "Fighter Squadrons 171, adopted by the fruit pushcart A the Bureau of Personnel.

172, 173, and Attack Squadron vendors, in most cases. Even the Personnel selected will have

175, had just returned to NAS cop on the beat has difficulty h their rate changed to the AT,
Jacksonville' last month followingan the poverbiil : y.
obtaining apple
AW, or GF in equal pay grade
eight-month tound-the-world
AT TilE NAVAL Air Technical upon successful completion of
cruise aboard the aircraft carrier
Training Center's Aviation this course. Those falling will
USS Wasp.Parker. ; -J Ju
Electrician's Mate School, thereis 9 be reassigned in old rates with-

a sort of show-case instruction. out penalty.

Instructor Sennett Gore, AEC, CANDIDATES, in order to

SelectedPOoftheWeek inventor and Idea man for the .., be eligible for the special train-

school, to date has put many STUDY EXHIBIT-Senneit Gore, AEC, shows two students Ing, must have between four '
items of cutaway Instructional In Aviation Electrician's Mate School at NATTCenter a P-3 Com- and twelve years active serv-
indicator inside typical show rase lie invented ice and five
aids in show-cases with pleasing pass Master direction a years obligated
(This la the 36th in the Naval for instructional aid protection. Students are James 'WIN service. Those with less must
idea of
Air Technical i Training Cen esults."hands-off'The was original because of the ken (right) and Donald Fleming, both airmen. agree to extend their enlist-

ter's Pctty-OfJiccr-of'tJie-Weik' delicate instruments involved. No I tamer look like! a piece of furniture leave nothing to be desired by ment.

ficrics.' ) less a consideration is the factorof consumer-students. Each Instructional An average of 3.5 or high
Reagin Parker, AEl, Instructor proficiency as a petty officer
time involved In making cutaway aid is mounted at vantage
t Aviation Electi ician's M ate The parts under plexiglass are
n must be required of all candi
% aids from the real around with
vacuum points the room,
labeled and cut-away so as
School, Class B. has never had :
tubes, wheat stone bridge and aids of the less delicate nature
evaluation mask less than outstanding -
radiometer systems, and the G-2 made available to pass from student -
since he here in
March. compass indicator, plus a few of Underwater Swimmers to student during the in-

the more electrical items which struction of the particular part

Parker, who I need the hands-off restrictions School! At Key WestAn DURING THE "smoking break"

joined the Navy underwater swim-
THESE SHOWCASES are madeof eager students assemble around
in 1949, literally school has been estab-
smoothly sanded plywood and mers these showcases to better get a
pulled lished at Naval Station, Key point of previous instruction. At
lexiglass. The inside is painted SALTY HUMOR FROM
himself up by West direction of the Secretary -
white for easy parts Identification by times it looks like a sale at \
his own boot- of the Navy.In Macy's. HERE AND THERE
with the outside finished in

straps. in theNavy. clear varnish, making each con- a few weeks the new Gore, who was Instrumental in Civilian: "Many's the time star-
lie received -
school will begin the trainingof the of Electrical Dem-
building an
vation stared me in the face"Sailor
his high I
-- Federal Employees officers and enlisted personnel onstrator Mock-Up, joined the been
school diploma Parkerby I : "It must have I
as underwater swimmers
service in April 1943, spending ordeal for both of !"
quite an you
diligent study in the off-duty i Group Meets June 28 using self-contained underwater World War II in West Coast ,
enlisted program of Information breathing apparatus.
and Education. The regular meeting of the Students will also get Instruc- duty. During the Korean cam- Sailor: "These nurses don't I
paign he was aboard the USS
he Is attending night National Federation of Federal know anything."
Today tion in ship bottom and har- \with
lasses at Jacksonville Junior Col- Employees, Local No. 1116, will bor search procedures. Quotas VC-7. Chief: "What do 'you mean 1"" I

lege and teaching in Phase I be held at 1930 June 28 at the and eligibility for the school Sailor: "When I picked up my
DAV Hall 116 E. Duval St. There arc two things that cause ,
Theory) in AE-B School. Members will vote on a delegate of Personnel soon. 'unhappy marriages men and watch the head. boy! was she

After boot camp, he attended to attend the NFFE National I women! wrong!"

Airman Preparatory School and Convention on Monday, Sept. S .

AEA) School, at NATTC Memphis 13, at Dallas, Texas.A Chief: "If you would inherit 8-

He served overseas at Port representative of the>National Copter Pool At Fasron Six Delivers million dollars, would you split

Lyautey and London with VR-24 Standard Insurance Company will with me?"

and then came to AE-B School at be at the meeting to explain in. First Whirlybird 'Ready for Service' Wife: "You bet! I'd leave you
in a minute!" .
Jax. surance carried by the group, ando -
S .
-r.. discuss the bill now pendingIn Fasron Six's helicopter pool delivered this month.

Training Center Congress, S3507, which is a its first two 'copterslIup.2's The new unit has now proved Did you hear about the psychiatrist ,
with a sectional couch?
sponsored Insurancebill
itself capable of performing its
Chief of Naval
( ) to the
requested by President Elsen mission of delivering helicopters He treats only split personali-.
Loses 9 Officers hower. Air Basic Training:, Pensacola, tiesS!
"ready for service" to the fleet *

MonthNine when needed. Airman: "I took the first step
During HELICOPTERS received at towards divorce yesterday."

Officers at the Naval Air ; Fasron Six are spares from the Mech: "What happened?"
Atlantic Coast Units. Some of the
Technical Training Center were "
Airman: "I got married!
detached during June, with some helicopters are new, some used, .
for future stations -A and some barely.flyable.
heading duty Johnny was such a bad boy in
with the Fleet or squadrons and st; i It is the Job of Richard II. school that the teacher finally wa

others released to inactive duty. Brownfield, AMC (CAP), and his forced to write his mother as follows -
Two lieutenant commanderswere four-man crew to "configure" for
: "Your son is one of the
included in the June changes. flight this unusual type flying brightest boys in school'but he I is

Lcdr. Richard Watson, training machine. "Configuring" entails Incorporating also the most mischlevious. What
officer at Aviation Ground Officers !- ..: changes to the fuse- shall I do?"

School, will report to Com- i' lage, engine, and rotors that This was the reply the .teacher -

AirLant for duty. Lcdr. Kerwin .Il, !... ) ::'t<.. 'ii have been directed by BuAer. i received: "Do as you please.
Foley (SC) Supply Officer of the */i >! Some of these changes have been I'm having my own troubles with

Training Center, was released to i: prolonged because they were be- his !
inactive duty. yond the ability of the units fatherl"S *

Two Dental Officers, Lt. (Uld ifMj" .. which had custody of the 'copters Yeoman: "I_ just sent my dad a

Dallas lie** and Lt. (Jcm/ ) \ before they were sent to the check for one hundred dollars."

relented to Inactive ,. .. l pool. Painting, routine upkeep, "
ford Ray were '';r ,. ,'':' Wave: "That was nice.
duty. Lt. (jg/ ) Charles Horton ., ': ......, and periodic inspection is also Yeoman: "Yeah, now I'm wait-

(SC), Disbursing! Officer, .. .tit. '"ft done by the crew. ing for him to sign it and sendit
.,No' will return to civilian life. ., k rl'lil J DURING ITS early days of operation back!"

Due to report to the USS Adi- 4 4b l1 the Helicopter Unit was s *

rondack (AGC) as Chief Engi- 4i i plagued by critical supply problems Joe: "Whatts the big idea of

neer is Lt. Clarence Bledsoe, S- since 'copters have not op. wearing my raincoat?"
. istant training officer at Aviation } erated extensively in the Jack- Moe: "It's raining you wouldn't
Electrician's Mate Schools. l .. ; _. .. .... sonville area before. want your suit to' get wet, would
Lt. George Shanback. of AE (A) t ; : Chief Brownfield solved this you?"

Bchool is being released to inactive problem making several trips to S

duty, as is Lt. Robert Wilkinson Key West, Fla., when urgency dictated Seaman: "Do you run things at
of Naval Air Weapons _.____mn.n___ .:...,:.!. __:_#_ ..:"...._:_-.m.-___m. to procure parts and main- your house?"

... Systems School.CHPLCLK CONFIGURING-Members of Fasron Six's Helicopter main- tenance advice: from HS1. Airman: "Yeah, the washing
Elza Helton, of the, tenance crew make a few changes and adjustments. At the top Brownfield, who is the only qualified machine and the furnace!I""
Storekeeper School, has are, (left) William Pittman, ADZ, and Qn tan Asken, ADI. In Fasron Six: helicopter pilot, .
the cockpit is Adwon Clark, AD, and lower rlgnt is Glen Walter,
been detached to report to the AD3.. Their Job is to "fonflfiire" for flight the helicopters received does all the test flying of the Scandal something that has

..earner USS Antietam. into the pool. "whirly birds." to be bad in order to be goal! '



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.I Scouting Jax Squadrons I I

Fasron 109
ported from VU-2 at NAS Quonset -
Fa ron 109 lost Its dental officer -
Point to aviation equipment
when Lt. George E. Sanqulst department.

last week. lIe will
was discharged S S
resume his practice In Pomerod,
Fasron Six(
Checking out of Fasron Six this
Ronald I{. Paul, AN, was trans-
week will be three officers. Lt.
r ferred to the USS Coral Sea, (Jg) Donald! M. Minnlgerode is
; while Bernard D. Mescal, AL2, reported -
r leaving for St. Louis, Mo. Lt.
aboard from VS-31.
Kenneth L. Harper, with Fasron
;Executive officer, Comdr. Wil
Six for three Is
years,, bring trans-
liam C. Hortmann and wife Shir-
ferred to NAS Cecil Field Assigned -
are planning a party for the '
to temporary duty .at Newport -
softball team at
championship R I., is Ensign Parker E.
Klngslcy beach next Friday afternoon -
Gillam lie will attend the Naval
School of Justice.
S (

".\\\'-11 Staff Also leaving will be Donald

COMPLETE TRAINING-Certificates of completion were presented to nine The! staff welcomed aboard Rob- "Scoop" McDougal, SN, who has

Naval Air Station employees last week. The men finished four years of ontheJobtralnlng.Above ert A. Krai, SN, who reported been with the squadron for bet
are seven of the men attached to Overhaul and Repair department. Left to right are: Dan- for duty from the USS Antarcs ter than 31 months McDougalhas
lei Whiddon, master mechanic; Capt. Leonldas D. Coates Jr., 0 & R leer-who awarded the certificates been attached to the Public
; Willie Perryman; Jerome Becker; Adrian Roberts; Winford Brumbaugh; Grady Bos- (AK 258)) at Norfolk.At Information Office most of his'
tick; James Pearson; Charles: Johnson and Comdr. J, W. Wooton, 0 & R production officer. the same time the wing
time with Fasron. lie has been
lost two officers; Lt. Herman C.
responsible for much of the work
electronics officer
Hansen, assistant
Nine Apprentices transferred to Guided Missile done in giving Fasron Six the

School at NATTC. Lt. Joel great deal of publicity it has had
4-Year e in the past as well as work done
Complete x E. Ross, supply officer, left for
V in the various
shops and officesin
Naval Air Station Trinidad, B.
Training CourseNine W. I. where he will become the the squadron area Don has
been ordered to duty on the USS
1fe new supply officer.
> Coral Sea.Checking.
Naval Air Station employees
Lcdr. Edmund J. Murzick, air
were awarded their certificates into Fasi; >>- this i
intelligence officer, attended a
upon completion of a week was Robert A Marshall,
and Evasion"school
two ,day "Escape
four-year on-the-job apprenticeship AD1, who was previously nttach-
at Fort Bragg, N. C. )last
training course last week. ed to VF171.Although .
Two of the men, George I. a "Short Timer this

Robinson and Billy B. Casein, are VIM, 78 wee k's White-Hat-of-thc-Wcek

from the Public Works depart After a thoroughly welcomed was selected for his nil around

ment, while Willie E. Ferryman, leave period of 30 days the "Jes- good work and outstanding good

Jerome I{. Becker, Adrion, J. Roberts ters" are again putting their noses character.

Winford 'C. Brumbaugh, Jr., to the grindstone after returningfrom Carroll W. Dickerson, >M3, is

Grady L. Bostick, James E. Pearson their world cruise aboard with the Maintenance Shop of the

and Charles J. Johnson received the USS Wasp. Instrument Flight Training Unit.

their training In the Overhaul Most of' the members of the Carroll is a native Texan but

and Repair shops. squadron had an excellent time now makes his home with hl s

All originally members of the MORE APPRENTICES-Capt. Richard L. Mann, Public Works last Friday night at a, tremendous family In Winter Garden, Fla. lie
apprentice class of November officer, delivers two certificates to apprentices who joined the "Welcome Home Party" began his education at Canyon
seven in top photo from 0 & R in completing four years of on-
1948, most of the men were unable the-job-trainlng in the apprentice program. Left to tight are apprentices This thoroughly lavish party had High School In Canyon, Texan, (

to complete their trainingon George Robinson and Billy Cassill; Capt.' Mann; Eugene been planned timing the cruise and completed! it at Winter Gar.

'schedule and graduate in November Griffin, master mechanic, and Walter McMahan.quarterman and money had been collected at den High, graduating in 1050.:

1952 with the other 891n'' electrician. every payday to help make the .

the class due to military servicein party a realization. 1'P-l72

the Korean conflict Four others Fleet Safety Command of VF-171 Goes During this period of squaJronreorganization' Since their return from an eight-

in the group will not com many new officers months world cruise !several of

plete the program until next fall! To Lcdr. Dearth and men have reported aboardfor the Blue Bolts of Carrier Air

duty. New pilots received were Group Seventeen have married
Comdr. James S. Dearth took
Apprentice training is conducted Award Given ', Lt. (Jg) Jacks Underwook, Lt The entire squadron wish its sincere ; -
command pf Fighter Squadron
by the Department of the (Jg) Gerald P. Timoney, Ensigns congratulations and best

Navy to develop a source of high 171, last Friday, Bernard F. Brady, George F wishes to Gordon Sheldon, SN;

ly skilled artisans, key employeesand To VA-175 Reporting from the office of the Fritz, William F. Sherwood, and Robert Fernandez, ADAN; Char

supervisors well grounded In I Robert B. Arnold, all from the les Lewis, AOAN, and Forrest
Chief of Naval Operations,
good citizenship and American Training Command at Corpus Smith, 1.RecenUy ,

doctrines and principles. New A Pacific i i Fleet Safety Dearth relieved Comdr. Albert O. Christ and Kingsvillc, Texas. reported aboard are

classes are started every year' at award has been presented to Morton, who will report to the Michael II. Byron, 11M2, reports six new members of VF-172. The

the Naval Air Station, with se an Atlantic Fleet squadron. Naval Test Center, Patuxant River from VF-103 at Cecil Field and squadron welcomes C.WE. Coving-

lectees assigned to Public Works The "ComAirPac Fighter- Maryland. will take duties of squadron corps- ton, AMC; II. D. Corley, A02;

and 0 & ItSelection Attack Squadron Type Safety man Frank X. Molininl, Pal, reMISS Neal Himschoot, AT2, and Den.

of qualified men for Award" banner was received nle Gaston, TN.
here this week by Attack '" *
the program is made by an open It, h ,
175. j "
Civil Service exami- Squadron VIM 03

nation competitive, a written test. Other apprentices The Fleet Air Jacksonville }' ;:;::f: During VIM OS's recent visit to
are selected from employers squadron won the award while New York members of the Club

at the Naval Air Station, serving on board the USS Wasp .II;{ Leaf Squadron were treated to a

who are recommended by super. during a "round the world" cruise : : ; ; premier of their part In the latest

Visors, take and pass'a noncompetitive completed in May of this year. ." .' CQ ;:'. ...'.. .. .. : /I' :. Cinerama Production. The squadron
examination and are approved ClUng VA-175 for its safety .. "... .. .t;:'\ was In the city for five da'swhile

by the Board of U. 3. record during the first quarterof 1.. . '.' .-. aboard the USS Coral Sea

Civil Service Examiners. 1954, the letter, accompanyingthe The forthcoming Cinerama, en-
safety banner, said, "Statis tilled "Cinerama Holiday," was

Practical experience is supple tics show VA-175 flew a total of filmed in part at Cecil Field and

mented by one classroom week 1313 hours without an accident. aboard the USS Lake Champlain

((40 hours) per month, with instruction With a safety score of 100 In com t in January of this year. Flyingits
( comparable to technical petition with similar units in Air F9F-6 Cowgars, VF-103 was

high school level.Instructors Force Pacific Fleet, you have filmed during field operations! ,

claimed first place. All hands are ."..< practice air-tea rescue, and carrier -
members of the :
are }{ .
congratulated and encouraged to '<. .,. :( :v operations. The Navy's famous
Station civilian staff In- .
: j :
continue with this fine record. .d acrobatic team, the Blue An-
dustrial Relations department; or .
this three months non- : ;:
During gels, came over from Corpus
skilled mechanics of Public Works ,.. .
accident period the squadron pro- 7 .11. Christ! to perform before the
and 0 & R. Wilbur R. Gough Is .... .
vided 'aircraft for two composite : cameras.In .
Chief Training Supervisor, while
detachments and for
James squadron s. 1 its latest operational jcodi.
R. Dorman is apprentice !
officers from the Carrier
supervisor.In three ness Inspection, held aboard the
Air Group staff, as well as check- USS Coral Sea, while
the next few weeks, 40 to
out ship personnel's aircraftfor )6 1
ing off
; Guantanamo
: @i: Bay, Cuba, VF-
:50) apprentices will be chosen, .pn proficiency flights.

the basis of a recent examination, __ .._. __n.m__ 'n ............ 103 received an overall excellent
I rating and placed second
to begin a new class this summer. Commissary Store Lists MELODY-W. J. Maxwell, PII3, and C. L. Tullls, CSSN, the squadrons In Carrier among Air I
By law, this group will consist of Patrol Squadron 16 are gazing with admiration at "Miss Mel-
Group Ten.
solely of veterans. To date, two Inventory HoursThe ody", who is really Miss Mary Eaton of Rapid City, South Dakota. .
classes have completed the pro- Commissary Store will be' "Miss Melody", a civilian employee of an American construction Three AOAN'a were welcomed
donates her time to entertain servicemen through the Into the
closed for Inventory from 1200 squadron from NATTC
gram, which was started herein
I Armed Forces Radio Station TFK, Keflavik, Iceland. She's a
April 1947. The other class Monday, June 28 to 0900 Wednesday pretty disc jockey with a dreamy voice who plays request tunes Tax: Thomas J. Quinn, Donald A.

w''s graduated In 1951. June 30. nightly. YP-16 I* a Jacksonville squadron now In Iceland. Ramsay and Norman D. Straub.



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Page Six JAX AIR NEWS 24 Jane 1954

Fasron Six Strands 10-As : ;?;,' ,. ,-t'!"' : ..

::t j f .rv i : : ,. "'..;". """. t'\"'** ''\;'; }, :, :,,. TAME| -OUT I

Reserves Cop 1M Playoff With i Gordon Robbie"For

a tall man he sure takesa

short stride-but he "
Resolute NAUTU with quilt line-up of top moves
name 1 players averred Jar Navy track coach
and virtual nonentities, punched out a 3-2 decision over
Jerry Hargis when asked about
Fasron; Six last week at Saratoga Field l for the runner-up
his thoughts on Wes Santee,
trophy in Mainside intramural softball I play
America's top contemporary mile
Vic Clepllnskl rationed four
Cecil Field Circuit runner.
hits to the winners, but his wildness .. Hargis had the. pleasure of
in the sixth Inning with the By witnessing said Santee in actionat

game at a 'standstill at two-all The Mad Dogs of VA-105 continued the All-Marine and All-Navy

proved his downfall. to set the pace in the Track Championships at Camp

Cecil Field Intramural Softball Lejeune, N. C.. last weekend.

NARTU first baseman Gene League by posting a pair of "He runs effortless. When he

Ilotion rifled a leadoff single in Harold Berry hurled four-hit picks up speed, be just picks

the sixth. When John Campbell ball and struck out eight in lead ,up his legs and really goes,"

momentarily juggled the ball in ing the Mad Dogs to an 11.{ continued llargis.

tight Horton took second conquest of Fasron Nine t The 22-year-old mile king

Wild Pitch Ctwtly VA-105's mound corps turned' PITCHERS CANT HIT?-Dlalne Watkins, NARTU chucker moved fast enough to break the
After Charlie Richenbach popped in another four-hit performance, disproves the theory that pitchers can't hit as he belts a whistling Marine Corps mile record with a
bingle down the left field line. Action was in the fourth Inningof
to shortstop Wallace Davis, this one by the squadron skipper scintillating 4.07.0. 200 yard
the Mainside loop playoff game between NARTU and Hos
Lcdr. Reeves Operations was separated the lean Kansan from
Horton slipped to third on "Doc" j pital. The catcher Is Ted Durnl and calling the balls and strikes is
Unutead's easy infield chance. the victim by a 7.2 count J Jim Livingston The Reserves dumped the Corpsmen 92.Jflxniirnetus the nearest competitor.
--------- ---
Santee also copped the Marino
Pitching to lefthander Ray
Waldrop, whose two-run homerin Jacksonville, Wins, In half-mile bunting in 1:51: and
helped his Quantico team break
the fourth broke a scoreless : ;
Bid To Host
Ue, Cieplinskl delivered' low and Sally the mile relay standard.On .

outside and Horton was across All-Star Game three months training

with the winner.It Loop with the Reserve Santee heads

Jt$ The Jacksonville Braves and back 'to the Lawrence, Kan.,
was a tough chance for receiver 4 .
Macon Peaches conclude their series campus this fall although ineligible -
Clever who had difficulty I'
Ray at the :Myrtle Ave Park to- for further collegiate
all\ afternoon in handling i'T0th .
: night at 2000. The Augusta Rams competition.
Cieplinskl. The run, nevertheless, :
I under new manager Joe Llptak Hargis feels that Santee has a
was unearned as Waldiop skiedto
move on the local scene for a
great chance to crack the four-

end the uprising. thre e game stand tomorrow minute barrier. 'He's entirely-
IHU Homer Inning Rolly Nets
.. \Valdrop through Sunday. capable of it. lie definitely hat

W tJrop' round tripper cushioned This will be the last regular the determination and stamina

the contest early for Blame series at the local) park until after needed to run such a great race,

Watkins, who was making his Fliers See-Saw VictoryDiamond the Sally Loop All-Star game, and his cockiness will help,"

third hill start in as many days July 6. For the first time since stated the Jax Navy mentor.

for NARTU. Watkins. needed help its inception in 1939, Jacksonvillewill This department sides with
activity at Mason Field practically thing of
from AI Bessol in the sixth and a be host for the mid-season
Hargis in saying that it shouldn't
the past resumes today after an absence of over three weeks classic.

seventh. with West Palm Beach A I'll opposing Jax NaGame timeis tome as any surprise when the
Fasten Six got one run back in name Wesley Santee is announ.
1630 with another
contest to follow tomorrow at the same
the lower half of the fourth. Davis hour ced as setting a new world milo
Varsity Baseball
singled to lead off and was wild The Fliers waxed hot and cold record.

pitched to second.: A passed ball I at Hunter AFB last week, dropping Karl llla<'kftt <'k (2-S) hurled Ranks Hard HitAs *

and Clever' one-baser producedthe a 6-4 decision then coming four and two-third. Inning in if like clockwork another Five former Jax: NavyMarine -

tally.In relief .lo gain the win. Tugged thinclads at the title
back to win the second game call Is being Issued for were

the fifth, Frank Starr beat 109.: foren hits, "Blackie was varsity baseball candidates by meets. Bill Bodner won the

losers touch In the tight; spots Issuing Marine shot with Bob
out an infield hit for the With the More deadlocked, 4- head coach Frank McCaffrey. put

and was sacrificed to second Ron all, the home-standing Hunter only on" unearned nm. A 11 interested candidates Brautigan' : of MCAS Miami finishing -

Nelma popped. Bob Wenzel and Jax Navy grabbed- an early 4-2 should report to Coach )Ic- third. Bodner is now at
rrrw put together a triple, a
Davis backed singles, Starr scoring pair of bangles and a sacrifice<< lead only to see washed awayon Caffrey any week day at Mason Quantico.

on the latter. fly to wore the winning: tallies Hunter'in a pair of three run inningsby Field (behind Mainside enlisted Marv Peterson former local

Fafcron Six Robbed in the eighth; frame.It the fourth and fifth. barracks) at 1600. Pel'sonnel Javelin star got third place in
Deasle)" double in the seventh must furnish own equipment his specialty while other for
load the
Campbell walked to was a heart-bieaklng set-
drove in Dick Wright and Teator mer Jax cindermen on hand
bases, but Watkins fanned Ed back for Walt Gaida (2-5) who with the tying runs
Gold for the second time to avert had settled down after giving up Coach )fl'CafCI'eslated- that were Navymen Leddick and

further damage. Fasron Six left Hunter again hopped into the he hopes to strengthen the Fli Ray.

30 important runners stranded, lead with one run in the eighth ers' ranks for the coming Sixth The name Carl Joyce brought
FLIERS' FARINGS The two-run final inning outburst back fond recollections to this
Naval District Tourney at
which proved the difference. PlalW-Pti. C AS R H TB sal Pd. by the Fliers brought them from The U.
Y1.. ul 8fc: I in if: :S4 Kr 21 .J*>* Memphis. corner. ex-Georgetown
Circus catches by Umstead atsecond I'nuuhhs, 111 35 111!\ 2H 41 BT 1\11 .51% behind for the win. cinder sfar performed for Quarttico's -
bas and leftfielder Joe TIKI*, erf !241! 101( H 24 35 12! .:.2TT,1J
a5..ley, II 117: 21 35 IT 21! .2'.'. powerhouse. We ran againstthe
Thompson In the third robbed! Orowt. t 12 24 5 a a 2 ..311Jaulunu.
9 W IS 13 :3 1 .SJ1:! .' former New England mile
Fast'on Six of easily three ta1li 8. i Tutor, IT IS !T II 1\ 5 SIJ king Boston Garden boards in
i C'"htll|l hot 4 I* ft. 4 4 5...222Nwltn. I on
With the exception of his costly !!' ilil IK W :M/ *H S* II .21: several interscholastic meets.
Nwtillf. liw 1* II ft Id I .|S8Khfttts
wild in the sixth, Ciep- f
pitch L
A of the Greater Boston
t II I tt 1 4 4 41 .1 R2 j product
linski had much the better of a Ilk*, trtil. It IT 4 I X J ..1Tmark League, Joyce if he continues
Bessol ***, t 14 11 1 2 ..17Ml I -
hill duel with Watkins.
amateur running after discharge
7 7 l7 74
facet eight( men !in a two inning f 102 .2 Jl should provide a fresh,

stint. Pitck -C--R N W l M.411aw. .
to the track headlines.
't n 11 :: :: : : ,4157 r ri1. new name
511.511 1 434 :.5440Ilukdmk *
nox fiI'OR.: 11 34 II U I I .100
NARTVCS) J+sl-u U If It 1 4 .1eO 1 \ POP FLIES'!-Men aboard the

AU II r4A - 1 USS Grampus (SS 523)), taking
1fT. I 111 U 103' I 11 .ssa
J. Davia t .. ... .. :t o T 1 !''I1fr- .. a-c.. sitS less. .
Iieuo1. 3b I' ... ..... 3 0 2 1 M. part in the current FAW-11 antisubmarine
1I0l'ton. 11) ....... l 1 4 0 issueda
Rlehenbach ,as ...... 2 0. 1 1 four early runs. Two errors, following ,_I' & r' exercises
1Jmstt'acl.rt 2b ........ :1:1 0 2 0Waldrop 1 1 a pair of singles, brought challenge to any local &softball

iscr i-r; ':ib';::::: 2 1 Z 0 In three.runs for the Fliers in the nine.
Watkins, 1'. rf ...... ::1 0 0 0 Interested units should call
.m7.lIu. cf ...... ::1 2 1 0 fifth frame to make tM score
Thompion, It ... ... .. 2 0 4 1 43. ? Lcdr. Wiliam Campbell, FAW-

Totak. ..... ..73 4 21 aFACRON It was lied up in the eighth 4' 1t 11 ASX officer at extension
SIX ((11An after Don Toator was hit by a
If J'O A moved to second bob The Grampus crew has a game
on a
Starr, 2b . ....... ::1 1 2 0 pitch, carded with Fasron 109
tt'nwlck, 3b .. ....... ::1 2 2 2 ble by the catcher went to thirdon Saturday
Nelms cC .... ....... ::1 0 :1 0 morning, either at Enterprise
and scooted
Wenrel I, 111 ....... :1: 1 N 1 paida's sacrifice
W. Davlll, 51 ........ 3 2 1 11 home after a single by Whltey z Field or at Mayport where the
Campbell, r1 ...... ::1 0 0 0 sub is tied
.. cold U .. .. ..... 2 0 1 0 Beasley. up.
Clever c .. .. ....... J 1 4 1 *
Caepltnakl p ..... .. 3 0 0 5 The second fray was strictly a
It's "So Long" to O. W. "Woo
Total ,26 7 21 10NARTU roughhouse affair which required dy" Forrest AOC for
1 three hours to play. It was a taint- many
ono ??iSK :3 months an A-l contributor to the
ron Six ... WO 110 2 ed win for Jax Navy which committed -
Jax Air News. "Woody", with
a bevy of errors, one by -
E-Wenzel. Campbell. R Horton 2Waldrop NATTCenter SIO is of
Starr W. Da\l RBI each member of the infield anda AFTER TITLE-Runners-up in the first halt play of the Girl's one the

Waldrop 2.S-t1lchenbach W Davis Clever. Thompson IIRM'aldron fifth by pitcher Pete Sheets. City Softball League, NATTCenter Waves are making a strong stations most avid fishing en-

Fenwlck.: SO-Gold, nwlrfc. W. Da- kid f.r second half laurels. Flanking the squad is Coach Gene thusiasts.She .
vli. UB-Clepllnskt 1. Watkins 5. SOClflJinskl Catcher TUy NorvllW fOngled Ashcraft (left) and Lt. Dorothy Wagner, Wave administrative officer. .

3..Watkliu 6. Bessol for 2 Z:110-runs in Teator with the winning run layers are, first row (left U right), Barbara Tucker Norms : "How ell) you like my now
Watkins 6 In S Innings
Becsol 1 in X Inninxs. HBP-Horton in the top of the ninth after the Fleming and Jean Larson. Second row, Lee Tamer, Norma hair-do?"
(Cieplinskl) W. Davis (Bes ol). WPaeiJlAtkl -. Leos and Judy Hendricksmt. Third row, Virginia Flack, Martha
outfielder had sent Sam Tra-
slim He
i, Watkins 2. PBS. -( evet Hall and Wilaaa Ellenbtrcer. Back row Enda Chrktensen Pat "It looks mort lik a hair
J. Davy 1. W-Walklon.S leflNA vis across with the tying run. Gonky, Cecil Gwsky, and Ann D'Ormond. don't!" I

rU. ., .Fasron. .Six. 10 . . . . . .. . .

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24 June 1954 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven *

SPORTS FROMYESTERYEAR I F. Sparks Hike Center Softball Loop Lead I : Jax's Holmes Of Berth InQuest

Another in a weekly fe- With two victories last week in I Personnel measured AN-P 9-8. Ing Facilities 0; AO.D School 14:

lure that brings to life performances the NATTCenter intramural softball Hlttinff of "Frenchy" Chau- AGO School 4: AKA School 7, On Tank SquadSwimmers

on the Naval Air circuit Aviation Electrician's vaux and Bill Berbert brought Special, Services 0: N A W SSchool from ComFatrs Jax,

Station sports seen from dusty Mate School Class A has a 22-1 :A-O-A School an 11.8 decision 'l8, AN.r.School: .6. Quonset and Norfolk are undertaking
record and is leading its nearest over AGO School. .
issue of the Jax Air News -S SFTAIUIN6 at
rival by four full.games. Personnel In Shutout "4Teass ;
TEN TEARS AGO TODAY Norfolk this week and next with
The Sparks defeated Aviation Other results: W r.A .
Lake City NAS took a one- A hoot :n 1AOA a spot on the ComAir Lant swimming -
Storekeeper Schools 28-0, and Training. Facilities 17, AK-Ma- Schoo' 17:1NAWS
in the second team at stake for each tank
lead half 11:1A .
game downed Special Services, 7Q. rines 15; NAWS School 11, AE- School 14 8
B School
of the NAOTC northern see Pair Hits'WellLouie I r13 School 14; AK-Marines 9, AO. Special- Services se lePersonnel man.
softball race by posting 13 17AKMarines The Air Lent entry will compete
tor ; Stallkamp's two-run homer B School 2; NAWS School'10, AK- n 13'rralnlns.uaelUtie.
Lee Field and : 8 12 against nine other type com-
over May
wjna NAAS. in the last of the sixth en. A School 8; AE-B School 14, AN- AS.P School 10 16 mands in the Atlantic Fleet Cham
port abled AGO School to squeeze by P School 11; AK-Marines 14, AO- AGO rehool T 1.1
AO B Schad 7 18AK.A pionships at Norfolk, July 12.
FIVE YEARS AGO TODAY Airman Preparatory School, 87. A School 1? Personnel 6, Train- School a 111 Jax Navy Captain

Paced by pitcher Henry Lone representative from Com-

White!, Hospital softballers Top Three Spots Fair Jax at the AirLant trials H

scored a 17.6 victory over the Loring Holmes of the Flag Administrative .
Chiefs to cop the all-station Intramural -
Elude Staff Holmes has
softball White Locals At
crown. been captain of the Jax Navy

ended the season with a 12.1 swimming team for two season,

record. Title Track Meets j jI The University of Florida graduate -

has strung up an imposing
-I I Fourth and fifth places were
I array of records since enteringthe
NAS Golfers captured I by teams from Jax
Navy in July 1951.:
Navy-Marines In the AllNavyand
I Vin'ells New StrokeHe

Qualify For i: All-Marine track and field 1 missed by nix-tenths of *
i championship meets last weekend r.
second! from placing in the recent
at Camp Lejeune. N. C.
I State AAU meet at Miami. It .
Public In the Navy meet held concurrently was during this event that the

At Municipal last weekend, Jax with the Marine event, personable storekeeper unveiled afresh

Navy golfers secured two of three John Kotsuba of Hospital captured new version of the standard .

baths in sectional qualifying for fourth In the mile run. ( Butterfly stroke.

the National Public Links tour. Fouith places were also garneredby .q Holmes was expected to use
Matt-Kmllich\ in the Javelin1 ; 21Fr-
nament. this stroke at Norfolk. He is en-
throw and by Larry White with tered in qualifying heats for the
Bill Scarbrough and Lou Chaffof .. ., .. ... .
a fourth: In the 440-yaid hurdles.' ..J-: I -- -- 100-meter breaMstroice, 300-meter

NAS will join young Edwin Fifth pla e flnUhertt", wereDon 'j FARMYARD GOLF CHAMPS-Champions were crowned last medley relay and the 300-meter
Jenkins, medalist with 143, for week in the NATTCenter horseshoe tournament. Winners (left
Meyerrhlrk !i. the 440yarddai.h j individual .
the big test at Dallas, Texas, I' to tight) are Nuel Green, Art Michelcir, Clyde Newton and Bernie medley.'Jitters
I and Mel ClirUtenten" with Ilarrendar air of Naval Air Weapons School. Greer and Mich- .
July 10-17. I a fifth place in the X* -yard ; tick edged Newton, and llarrendar for the doubles title, while '
JACKSONVILLE will defend'I run. Newton beat Mlcheldc for the tingles crown Prove
I 1
the Harding trophy won last yearat In the All-Marine tussle, George

Seattle, Wash I Adams took fourth in the mile Let's See How Close You Downfall Of

Playing morning and afternoon I and a. fifth In the three-mile steeplechase -

lounds, Jenkins was the only one Sprinter Fred Nelson copped I II NAS Waves

of 23 players to better Muni's I fourths in both the 100) and

par 36-36 72 'figuies. He had 220-yard( dashes. ''Come To All-Star PicksThe \ An acute attack of the Jitters

rounds of 72, 71 1" Larry Goller earned a fifth overcame the NAS Waves at

IN "SECOND place with 72.75 spot in the broad Jump while I 1 Murray Hill(! last Monday as the
Jax Air News is conducting contest to determinewho '
-147 was Scarbrough winner of Clifton Jackson took fifth in the i Navy club frittered away a safe

this year's City Amateur, San j;( 220-yard dash, directly behind i iI comes nearest to the actual final) selections in the battle I lead to drop a 13-10 decision to

Jose Invitation and who teamed Nelson.I of ballots underway to determine starting: lineups for the first half champion Seven-Up.

with Frank Heyer for the City ---- .--- :annual Major League All-Star Game in Cleveland, July 13.: I Bonnie Brown hurled creditable

Two Ball _...9'9'--.7 ..T:. .. I ball for the Waves but was
t' 11It Grandstand managers aboard er, father, son sister, grt at.grand-1
Chaff edged Into third with n a victim of shoddy fielding.
: ;: the stationmilitary and civilian dad, etc.: but only one ballot
consecutive rounds of 74 for a ti I SHO '- .. I is allowed from each person.Deadline Drown contributed to the bat
148 total It was Chaff's initial ",,- i! i -should avail themselves of this date was originally net ting attack with a home run.

to for the Public i l! to match choices with the Other for the
attempt qualify chance for July 3 but was extended to heavy stickers '
Links and Scarbrough's' third i ::. :CUP5 .I Dick Conoly crew were Ellie
It ..... rest of the country. i July 7 due to the holiday week
q '.4.a.4: .. .._ end. Final results will be postedin Carlson and Nancy Ward
1' ...::.. ... ....-.J: I This In a special poll, conducted
C' -- ; -- -L-- -- II I J'ax' It was the first game of M-C.
Commercial ----- --------- --I the July 15: edition of the
Loop |, "Winter Rules" are In effect'at; solely by this newspaper. It in Air News ond half play for the Waves, who
Softball Crown 'the I I station golf course at all no way has any bearing on theactual Ballots should be sent to the ended the first half in third place

tlmen. For the next two weeks, final outcome of selections. Sports Editor, Jar Air News, with seven wins In ten games.

this spare will dt'tinelome of ,JIIH Tor Fun Room 226, Administration Building The NAS and NATTCenternines

Won By Marines the more common rules of winter Votes In this survey will not were due to tangle lat

play he Include in the regular balloting I OTING Rl'I.KS: night In a league fray at Brent.
Ralph Chambers pitched and KI'LE TEX to pick starting teams for t. All btlloU moot be rrrrltrd fcy wood Park. Drown was slated to
baited the NATTCenter Marines | te move not to mitUltM, July 7, last I twirl against the Centeriles'Gerd
permitted diamond
I You are the classic< It is
I I. ... bIUI .llt .4
to the first half championship of Only w par per- I
', your ball t<> a better lie on the be confused l with that being held tarn, Gorsky.
the Commercial Softball,<< league as > fairway. It mint not, however, be by of the nation's newspa' 3. Knlrlr .....( b. seat uti Irgl4. .
: .
the students clipped Gibbs Shipyard I .
Doctor to Husband "You'llhave
more than one i-lub'n length from 4. 0.1, ,.1..,. lest ...... I..aea- :
fJ-5, l last week at Lacka- bat not closer to pers.No different when
i where It top'i, will be awarded (we sary a woman -
wannn. I' I I 5. All blUU W* m. pr.p.rljr ./I
the hole. . don't have the cash.) It's just Jax Air >,... your wife comes home floor the
Gibbs broke a 3.3 tie in the top ---- --- good, clean fun and a chance to i (. H1U(. mat b. seat t. ",>p.r', hospital."
of the ninth only to have Chambers : Ii I KdlUr.: J.( Air >' *.', H.. tie. Ad. 1
DUO SNARES see how your selections stack up nsIIdl.r
drive ,In two runs and I! against the majority of voters. 7. A fc...-.r.wB ,.", .1 the ritry Husband: "Out what if my wife-
score a third on a wild pitch as' RINGER TOURNEY inn prl.," k ere will b. IUwrd, If finds out?"
The poll runs from today (June letlble I ,
the Marines surpassed the deficit.IN Naval Air Weapons System I
24)) to July 7. Any votes received
TilE Men's City League, School sent four men into the
after that date will be void
Fa ron 109's playoff with the double finals and two into the I OFFICIAL BALLOT '

Fire Department was postponed singles to win .honors In the Deadline ExtendedAn

Saturday, but was rescheduledlast NATTCenter horseshoe championship ; official entry blank appears i ALL-STAR 1954 BASEBALL GAME

night at Lackawanna. Both tourney last week. elsewhere on this page. Another

teams tied for first half laurels. Art Mich I elcic J i and Nuel will be printed next week. I To fee players! July IJ/ at CfrrpfanJAMERICAN i iI I

Elsewhere in the City circuit, Greer teamed up to conquer Anyone may participatemoth- I LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE {

NATTCenter shunted Hardageand Clyde Newton and Bernie liar- C.t cUr .. ............_.....?.....................,,. __.................................................. ..... /

Sons, 1-0, on Blaine Watkins rendar in a five-game doubles First ...._._-.,-.----- _.......-..............._........._.._._ ,

two-hitter. Charlie Golleher doubled final, 12-0, 12.21, 26-20, 7-22 Pro-Am Tournament S.COIt J ,_.....? ..........._.,.., .. ,..... .. ... 1

home John Davis with the and 218. Third ..,.... ..... =,._...... ....,. ..: =:......::....::::::::::::::=.:::.. :===:
winner after the latter had walked Prior to the doubles match, Draws Good SupportLeonard Short .r. __. ...

and stolen second Newton and Michelcic tangledIn Cooley led teammates -;, ...r....--...'"-...-.,,...-.m-ru. _......,.,.........................................,

NATTC Waves trounced Gulf a four-game singles match Jack Buscher, Joe Thomas and Uft ....... ._..._......_._.............-_ ,..-........-...............-........-.._._...

Life, 21.3, in the Girls' City i with Newton gaining 'the crown Dr. Bernard to a best ball of 33 C.*tr .. ......_............_.......................... _.._...__............ ....................,.....,.. ..
League with Jean Larson and Edna by a 12-24, 2M, 12.0 and
Chriatenson .supplying the 21-19 victory. In the Pro-Am tourney last Wednesday (I'i''('If''' lo fc. chostn /.y Hrnf( "' )
at the NAS golf course.

power, The. NATTCenter champions Second place in a field of six Ness. .... ...._,.,.._. .... ..... .- .. .
Base team scored:: two wins in will meet Mainside title-holders =:=::= :: ::: :: = : =:: :=0"(10"11)1: :
Casey ::
teams went to Jack Harvey, -
the Commercial League Thursday for the station crown with the Zane, Joe Jannatta and John Unit .: ,.,,.?. ... .. .... .. .. -1

a. Naval Hospital engulfed winner representing Jax Navyat Maughan, who fashioned a one- *.I.* : .
Gibbs, 11-5, and Fasron Six hung the State Championship .
under par 35 (Clip and Send to SporU Editor, lax Air News,
H-l. In St.
one on Broward Lumber, next month
All games Friday were rained I Tourney Petersburg -Inclement weather cut short the Room 22', Administration 8161(., NAS Jacksonville) :
Blind Bogey tournament


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T _ _

He-/p Bonus Included

&mm.LD FOR" RENT Six Reenlistment! Lures. I

6 rm. unfurn. house, 2738 Arapa-

hoe Ave. Ph. 2-6269, Victor

Hart. Proposed By Defense

6 rim {urn. home In Venetia 4349 w

DeMedla. Ph. 88.0412, Lcdr R.L. Six measures have been prop>sed by the Defense department in

Rupp. t an effort to encourage skilled spec!ialists, In the military services to re-
8 bdrm. furn. house, 2421 Bland- enlist.

ing Ave., $100. Ph. 88-8502, Mrs. Important is the re-up. bonus

Speer, bill,. which has been aired by the specific technical schools.
1.bdrm {urn. house, Orange Park, Senate Armed Services committeeand Assign men "in recognition of

$65. Ph. 112-8- 6711, Chief which has met with sympathyby Interest, aptitude, and preferenceas

Stovall. the group, A survey is now opposed to needs of the service -

1 bdrm. {urn. apt (two), 2660 being conducted among enlisted only." / _

Forbes St. Ph. 7-7847, Mrs personnel to see how they feel Reduce frequency of changes of

Snow about the bill, and the results will station.

3, rm. furn. garage apt. 2655 Pine be reported back to the committeenext Improve conditions of service

St. Ph, 88-7691, Hawkins. week 'when further hearingsare I "on the Job and to reinforce the

2 bdrm. furn. house, $65. 4502 scheduled. benefits of service in lieu of any."

Dignon St. Ph. 88-8352, Mrs ..' SIts *

Moneybam. Other proposals Contained in a Is estimate that hiking re-

5' bdrm. unfurn. apt. .4446 Shir letter forwarded( to Senator Homer up rate Just five percent in the

'ley Ave. Ph. 8-6371, Lt. Bailey. Ferguson (in., Mich..), chair fiscal year starting with July 1

6 rm. home to share with couple. R; 1 J man of the Senate Armed Services would save at least 87.2 million

2887 Lennox Ave. Ph. 7-4255, subcommittee on Military appropriations dollars in military personnel costs.

'Moore. from Assistant Sec More re-ups would definitely Increase

3 bdrm. unfurn. house. 6882 103rd 1 retary of Defense John A. .Hannah combat effectiveness, Hannah
St. 5) ml. from NAS, $60. Ph. include:. said. v .

2-0689, Mrs. Feaster Additional
emphasis on reenlistment -
Although the percentage of
2, bdrm. furn. brick home, 5109 TATSU NO O\IAKI-Translated! means a reverse arm bar commencing 100 days enlistment in the critical re-
San Juan Ave. Ph. 8-1436, Mr. with heel under, throat, as applied here by James Bryant, AT3, prior to an enlisted man's sched- very
1 Kwartle:. of Naval Weapons School at NATTCenter. Bryant is giving a uled date of separation. skills is lower than the services

Furn. garage! apt. Riverside, $60. judo demonstration, using Bee Richardson. TD2, as the f'l1alnnpig" Permit reenlistment to attend average for all career fields, the
re-up bill will cover all gradeson
2215 River Blvd Ph. 2-8209,
Johnson. Black Belt Holder Gives Instructions an. impartial basis..

4 rm, furn. apt., util. furn. 263G *

Myra St. Ph. 7-8516, W. H. However, the new bonus plan
Cowart. Art Of Judo Is Combination Of Sport And MayhemIf does put'a premium on progress.For .

$ rm. garage apt. 2601 Park St. ambitious fellow example, a person making
I $75. Ph. 8-2770, Mrs. Houston. suddenly some grabs by the ed to the :Maintenance Shop at w NCO status during his first i
Large bdrm., 3672 Boone Park while strolling the Naval Air Weapons Systems i hitch would (upon reenlistment)

Ave. Ph. 2-7398, Mrs. Withing- nonchalantly arm, you down are the street School, is conducting the classes receive a larger bonus than a first- .
ton. being held at Price Natatorium termer who made
and tries bar only E-3. This,
a reverse arm
1 rm. furn. apt. 3017 Riversied Monday, Tuesday and Thursdayat say the services, provides extra
with heel under throat, or applies -
Ave Ph. 2-6269, Victor Hart the hip} throw don't 1800. dollars for the better or more

Turn apt. on City and NAS Bus take off for the hills. Bryant first became interestedin highly skilled men.

"Line. 2604 Post St., Mrs. Bray. The fellow would probably be judo,while stationed with Fas- In testifying at last week'shearings
1 bdrm. unfurn. apt. Orange Park. ron 117 at Barbers Point, T. H., '
some over-zealous pupil of the Major Gen. Morris J.
Ph. 312-8-5722, Mrs. Edwards. and earned his blue belt in 1949.
Lee, USAF, director of
not-too-gently art of Judo, now personnel
3 rm. furn. apt. 3253 Dignan St. being taught to personnel at In 1951 he obtained his brown 'I planning, said that under current

Ph. 8-1760, Mrs. Ballentlne. NATTCenter.The belt, shortly after winning the law a man with 14 years' service

2 bdrm. furn. apt. 3107 Post St. Hawaiian open weight blue belt will have received about 1750 inreup
art of judo, a combinationof
Ph. 88-9737, McMullen. while under the
title.While money: new
sport and mayhem, is being
3 bdrm. brick furn. bungalow, 3658 aboard the. carrier USS plan he would have received
passed on to local enthusiasts bya
Boone Park Ave Ph. 2-8894, Princeton in Korea waters, Bryanthad about $1,660. These are
Navy enlisted man, holder of average
Mrs. Lewis. an opportunity to further in- I figures. The maximum onetime
the black belt highest ranking -
+ bdrm. unfurn. house. 4743 Boxwood crease his judo knowledge in Japan payment proposed is $1,238..
classification Kodo Kan
Rd., Lakeshore, $95. Ph. ; while on rest and recuperation : '_ "_"'W w.',,,,_.. I .
2-3035, Chief Horn. leave while the carrier came 0'G08l1lAnd this trans-
I to Yokosuka front the line. lated means, a judo hip throwas
FOR SALE JAMES BRYANT, AT3, attach- demonstrated by judo expert NAVY WIVES

9 bdim. house, Murray Hill Ph. James Bryant, AT3, a
JAPAN IS:; TilE home of judo black belt holder highest
8-6715, Mrs. Binder
and the slender' Navy man took classification in judo. The art CORNERThe
I rm. asbestos shingle home. 6117 every opportunity available to of Judo is being taught by
Transylvania. Ph 8-6987, Mr. Bryant twice a week here.
further his study of the art. In M HMBH
Church. 1953 he earned his black belt, the Navy Wives Club No. 86

I bdrm. house, 4682 Timuquana. highest ranking of the judo class WHAT AMERICA will hold an all day picnic for
Ph. 8-3903, A. H. Knoll. ifications. members and their families June
4 bdrm. large frame house. Ext.
411 Judo is an outgrowth of Klmpo MEANS TO ME 26.
Lcdr. Briggs.i .
4>; sl and Jujutsu, two Oriental arts t\ Plans for the national conven-
home, 3519 Mecasin St.
Ph. 2-5738, Mrs. Cox. of hand-to-hand killing However, tion, to be held in October, are

I bdrm. CBS home, 5217 Marlene judo is considered a sport with moving along rapidly.All .

Ave. Lt. Hook. its mayhem possibilities recognized : New York (AFTS)One of the wives interested in becoming
t bdrm. ranch but the killing potential Freedoms a member of the Navy Wives
type home. Connecting winners in last year's
: garage, radiant heat. M subdued. Foundation letter-writing contestfor Club are invited to attend the

f Venetla, 5344 Della Robbia Way, The sport hinges around one's servicemen was Pfc. D. Ara- meetings which are held the first

Ph. 8-4040, Lcdr. Zane keeping. balanced while endeavoring kelian, USA. lie was born in and third Wednesdays: of each

to keep an opponent unbar Mexico of Armenian parents in month at the Navy Wives Clubhouse

MISCELLANEOUSBaby anced by a series of, quick moves' 1929. Before entering service in! in Dewey Park.
sitting day or night. 2120 and blows.Burke. 1953 he worked as a farm laborer; There are a host of active pro
ate. .
Oak St. Ph. 2-2829, Cecil Bowen I Pfc.: Arakelian, now assigned to jects in which the wives can par

Will baby sit during the day. Ph. Named Co. B, 1st Inf. Regt., Ft. Ord, ticipate. Too, it gives an oppor-

88-7974, Mrs. C. F. Crowen. r r a Calif., wrote in part: tunity to meet your neighbor

Baby sitter will stay with children -, "}, 'A d P PiI "I am an im-
Honor Student'John gives substance to dreams.
while parents go on vaca- migrant Ar my
tion. Ph. 7-4788, Mrs. Dodd. menian by With assurance, hope and opti-
Burke, AEAN was named mism, I envisage tomorrow"His
Will with AE2 m: >
swap any in Jax Mexi-
I 1.ro honor student of 'last week'sgraduating
area. Contact Michael J. Ryan, can by birth, I letter won $100 and a
class at Aviation
VP-7, NAS, Quonset Point, R. I. American b y George Washington Honor Medal.
Electrician's Mate School, ClassA
---4 s S. choice. Everything I What does America mean to
at the Naval Air Technical
Landlady: "The man who occu- > I possess, you? Enter the 19 5 4 Freedoms

pied this room invented explo- Training, Center. I I owe to America Foundation Contest. Send your

sives. A member of ,the organized It is a letter of no more than 500 wordsto

New Lodger: "I suppose those naval reserve 'with VS-834 in country' of i Awards Editor, Armed Forces

spots on the wall are explosive 4. M New York 'City, Burke was call- L52, hope and free- Radio Service, 1016 N. McCadden

marks T"Landladr ed to active 'duty in November Arakelian dom a land Place, Los Angeles 38, Calif.- Your

: "No, theyre the in- 1953. After Airman Prepara- where there will always be bread letter must bear your name, rank,
rentor." tory School at Norman, Okla., service number and .
"II I Y A H MARIL YN"- and employment. The will of the organization.It
e e he here for further schooling
There's no Monroe like Marilyn people reigns. America is nation must be received before mid-
in AE School.He a
If nobody knows the trouble Monroe. You'll be seeing night Nov 11, 1954. Letters received -
her next in "There's No Busi- of peace. But when the symbolswe
you've'seen, say's singer Vaughn has been assigned to the after that, date will be

Monroe, you're not living in a ness 550th Like Century-Fox Show Business"pnuslcalF. It'sa Naval Air Station at New York cherish are in Jeopardy, we I considered for the next ;year's

: small -town. production.v City for duty, repel ,the forces! of eviL America awards.