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: July 15, 1954
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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I Air Wing 11 Plane Off On 12,000-Mile Junket II

A P2V-2 Neptune patrol Keflavik, Iceland; London, tenance officer; Joseph O. Jenkins -

bomber, piloted by Comdr. England; Naples, Italy; Malta; A D 2, plane 'captain; h

Henry F. Lloyd, Operations Port Lyautey, French Morocco Aquillia W. Parker, AL2, radioman -

officer of Fleet Air Wing Eleven ; Lajes, Azore Isands, and ; Clayton D. Wilson,

left NAS Tuesday on a Bermuda. The plane will re AT3, electronicsman; and Earl

12,000-mile inspection jauntof turn to Jacksonville on July Sweat, AE1, electrician,

naval air Installations in 27. Two passengers will join the

the North Atlantic and Mediterranean In addition to Comdr. Lloyd, plane en route. Capt. Thomas :

areas. other FAW-11 Staff crew H. Moorer, war plans officer

During the two-week trip, members include: Lcdr. William and Lcdr. Forrest A. Tanner,

the Neptune will touch down C. Campbell, antisubmarine supply planning officer, bothof _

briefly at Quonset Pt., R. I.; officer and co-pilot; Commander Air Force, At-

A r g e n 11 i a, Newfoundland; Lcdr. Frank J. Pawela, main. (Please Turn to rare 8, Col. 5)) _

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VOL.-12 No. 16 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville. Ha 15 July, 1954 FUTURE AVIATORS':"Naval Academy and NROTC- college
=- graduates Ensign Donald King (standing, left), and Ensign
-" Wayne Thudlum (standing, right) and Anthony Relkopher (kneeling -
left) and Roger Pltstick (kneeling, right), take a look at the I
Aviation Ground Officer's School Membersof
engine cutaway at
r Separation Date a 25-man class of students from Fleet Air lax and Fleet Air
\ .'\ Wing 11 squadrons, they are attending a special course designed
_far__ their_____n _needs_____ while waiting nrc-flifht training. *
2 Months Early

For Many EMEnlisted Spaghetti.Cake, 25 Future

Ukelele On Way
members of the regular -

Navy, Naval Reserve and the To IcelandA PilotsBegin A
Fleet Reserve whose normal separation
little bit of Hawaii and
date is on or before Jan
uary 10, 1955 will be released two Italy is traveling on speedy
months early. wings to the men of VP-18 AGO CourseTwentyfive
stationed 3,200 miles north of
Those eligible for separation
Jacksonville in Keflavik, Ice-
January 11-20, however,,will be re-
Ensigns, grad
leased December 1-20, and those land.A
21-31 ukelele and four big potsof uates of the Naval Academy or
eligible January will be separated
the NROTC courses in colleges and
spaghetti are among assorted
during the period January
packages and letters being slated for preflight, are attendingthe
6-31, 1955.:
flown to VP-16 personnelby Aviation Ground Officer'sSchool
Should personnel due for early
the Europe-touring F2V-2 at NATTCenter,
release be serving on ships or
Neptune Lcdr. William O. The newly commissioned officers .
with units In distant duty areas
Campbell, FAW-11 ASW officer are attached to squadron
where available regularly scheduled
and co-pilot of the P2V, of Fleet Air Jacksonville, and
transportation will not
TAKES NAS COMMAND-Capt. John S. Thach, new commanding permit viewed the spaghetti with Fleet Air Wing Eleven, await
their return In time to meet
officer of the Naval Air Station, reads his orders directing slight anxiety, "Sure hope ing convening dates for their
: him to his new assignment, during change-of-command ceremonies the above schedule, Individuals those pots don't blow up whenwe pre-flight classes In Pensacola.I .
held last Friday. Left' to right are: Comdr. John D. may be retained until transportation "
Butch, NAS executive officer; Rear Adm. Heber II. McLean, Commandant doe become available. get way up high, he said. e Curriculum
Sixth Naval District; Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree, As an extra treat for their
In such cases, personnel must Sent to the Jax squadrons during -
officer and Thach.
Outgoing commanding Captain sons and husbands living at the
be returned In time to insure their the interim period to become
northern air base, mothers and
separation no later than their normal ( acquainted with the operationsand
C apt. Thach Weekend Tide Table expiration of enlisted dates. baked wives sent cakes.along eight freshly. administration of tacticalunits

the officers were further
HIGH LOW No requests for early separationneed One woman is sending a box
A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. be submitted by the indi of plant to her husband. assigned for a scheduled course

Takes NAS Frl. 8:03: 8:25: : 1:53 1:50: vidual as this will be an automatic She egg said she just wanted to of training at AGO School.

Sat. 8:45: 9:07: 2:31: 2:34: process, and they will be no- prove to him that she could The AGO School, which is designed -

Sun. 9:29: 9:49: 3:12: 3:20: tified by their personnel officeJln grow the plant In their garden. to train junior officers U
| time to qualify. the foundations of the Naval Aviation
establishment and various
A billets for aviation officers .
Midget With Power-< --- WEATHER OUTLOOK ground

personnel of his new 30-Lb. Portable Power Unit Can Friday Hot with afternoon students has designed into to the integratethe regular

command assembled for review thundersho rs. training program for ground officers

and inspection, Capt. Do Same Job As 300PounderA Saturday-Continued hot, with I attending the school.
possible showers in P. M.
John S. Thach took over the AGO Has ReputationThe
30-pound portable hydraulic Sunday-Continued hot with I
reins as Commander Naval carried, by one man, anywhere first class for future aviators
Air Bases, Sixth Naval Dis- power unit that can do the work I on the ship. afternoon thundershowers. is made up of 25 Academy I

trict and Command Officer of its 300-pound regulation corn- and NROTC graduates. They.
of the Naval Air Station last panion has been designed by a mod., come from squadrons VC.62, VP-

Friday.The chief aviation ordnanceman assigned 3, VP-5, and VA-15. Ensigns from
new commanding officer, i VA-175 will attend the course ata
to Fighter Squadron 11.
who comes here from duty as later date.

skipper of the carrier USS I Constructed of parts salvaged The courses of study are taken

Frainklin D. Roosevelt, relieved from the aileron boost control of rft-: from the first three phases of

Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree, : an F2H-2 "Banshee" jet, the mid the regular five-phase, eight-week
who leaves for Washington wherehe get unit was assembled aboard course

will be senior naval officer on the USS Coral Sea by Chief William 9 t The AGO School has attaineda

the staff of the Industrial Colegeof A. Fehrs when the carrier's I M Y wide reputation in the Aviation

the Armed Forces. hydraulic unit temporarily failed. 1' e> y. .. establishment for the caliber of its
AFTER READING his orders Now in successful operation ojay t'. ., courses of Instruction and per
directing him to his new assignment for the Cecil. Field-bawd squadron k sonnel.

here, Captain Thach de- the tiny power unit more M1A .

cared that there was no job In than equals the performance of Lcdr. McCIcndon Takes

the Navy he would rather have Its bulky predecessor during routine

than the one he was just handed. maintenance and. safety ,. Reins- Of VF-173

"I fully intend to work with you checks. .i Lcdr William Roger McClendontook

men to keep this command at the By simply plugging Fehr's in -t; controls of Fighter Squadron .

top of the 'big league'," he as vention into any 28-volt power o r 173 last Friday relieving .

serted.In source it can supply hydraulic I Comdr. Alexander D. C. Byersas

his farewell message to the power whenever needed, aboard I commanding officer

command, and an assemblage of ship or on shore. Lcdr. McClendon reports from

high ranking naval officers, civic Biggest advantage of the new. .. _. ;".,-. '1>,__... ,- the carrier USS Wasp where h.

leaders and dignitaries, includingRear ly-designed unit Is its small size. SHOWS OFF NEW POWER UNIT-Lt. Rex. Berglund (left), served as Air Operations officer.
Adm. Heber H. McLean, Whereas the older model had to 'VF-11 structures officer, points out the difference in size between Comdr. Byers will report to the
Commandant Sixth Naval District be moved from one carrier deck to the 300-pound regulation hydraulic power unit that he leans Naval Aviations Training Com

,, and Mayor JIaydon Purns another on an elevator the squad- against and the newly-designed 30-pound portable unit held by mand at NAS Corpus Christ,!,
its Inventor, William Fehrs, AOC. Fehr's streamlined model does
(Please Turn to Page'g, Col. 5) ron's streamlined version can be the; same job as its bulky predecessor. Texas.I .


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. rage Two JAX AIR NEWS 15 July, 1954

I You Take A Risk In Waiting ---

!;!K JflX fWIIllf ,,ter 1 Passage Of Re-Up Bonus Bill Looks I

/ I Good But Don't Delay ReenlistmentEven

Published every Thursday! for Navy and Marine activities at Naval Air CATHOLIC -. .
aMoU.... Jacksonville fla. though it look as if Con-

Capt. ;John! S. Thach ............. .....XAS..,-r.....-r JaekMiTOU,....,...,...,? ......... .... Commanding Officer Sunday, Mass-0800, 0900, 1000- gress will pass the new reenlistment his reenlistment fora few Cemir. John D. utcb JsKuthe: Officer or weeks either by extending
St. Edward's Chapel. bonus bill, offering more ??
F1. Air JaeksMtUU
Capt. Theodore O. Dahl ........... _. ...-...... ._.... ......... ....... Commander: (Artlnir 0300. money to first and second ship- present enlistment or staying! Ou,
Capt. Richard O. Greene .,,.._.__.____. .-"bld of Staff Saturday- that it Is briefly so as to make it
it U emphasized come
That Air W'; El.... Daily0630.Sunday0630Mass. under the more profitable
Capt. Theodore Dahl.,.,-_ Commander safer to reenlist without delay.Of law
Comdr Frank D. Heyer ? .Chief Staff Officer: at Hospital course, the man who reenlists Re-enlistment within {o tav]
Naval Alt Tecailetl Tula'.c l Center \ is permitted under
Capt. David MrCimpbeU .Commanding! Officer Chapel. the day the new law goes the piop0sed
Comdr. Wilson It. hat Uett. bxecutlre; Officer bill, but the man who stays
MORMON into effect may make a few hundred Out
Karal HctpiUI
until it
Capt. Edward S. lows' _Commanding Officer dollars more than a man passes taking H
Capt. L. 4. Newton ...__ ___>fitcuUve; Officer 1930 Wednesday NATTCChaplain's chance.
NABTU Office.CHRISTIAN in exactly the same rate who reenlisted -
Capt. John I L Cnunlhan. Commanding; Officer before.
Cum"r. C. Gray I Stiunu-: 1o'aecuUve Officer SCIENCE1900TuesdayNA'ITC day -
There U always the rUk that
Tke JAR AIR NEWS tt published weekly' at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Chap.lain' will not the new Lucky MAD Marine
/acksonrllle. Hot'Ida. and printed commercially with' Don-appropriated fund Congress pass
,t no expense In the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS PRev.. Office. law, even though present prospects Claims CadillacThe
NOT. I ... Copies are distributed tree of charge at the Naval Air Station the ,
Naval Air Technical Training Center, Naval Air Rt'luv.'rralnlnc Unit Naval PROTESTANT look) good. Those who Malt owning a brand ntw
AJr :Station Cecil Field and the U. 0. Naval' Hospital. between enlistments until the Cadillac automobile is the ambition .
0930-All Saints' Chapel.
Editor-Andrew n. 'Plan.y
Assistant Editor-Helen Harper; Sport Editor-Got'don Robbie, JO3; new law Is effective will lose and dream of man '.
Sure' Repotter-Jim Ujan AN; Circulation-Dietribution-hock Paul A03; 1100-All Saints' Chapel. In Last week Pvt. Ramon Sat
Irene Crate SN. pay, and perhaps a stepdown k.
The JAX AIR NEWS I It a member ot the Armed forces Pr... Service.AFFS 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. grade or loss of rights to old ett, a Marine attending ANipj I J
material appearing In thus' publication' may not be reprinted without School here at NATTCenter
the written permtalon of Armed Forces Pleas Servlc, Republication I of other (Note: Addresses of I local billet.
matter, except by ..vice nubllcatlona. ls prohibited wllhout permission of churches be obtained by call At the present time there IB realized the fulfillment of this
Editor: JAX AIR >..EW8.Diltoilnl I may
offices located Main' Administration Building. Phone extension ing the 'Chaplain's] Office, 425. i no way for a man to postpone dream aa he was informed that
MM 218 and 8184.MOVIES.
I he held] the winning numb

: on the 1954 "Coup de \'''l1e"
', Civil Service
I :' .,' Cadillac valued at $5,500.
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MAIXblDKThursday:' i Openings At given The away automobile by the was noncommissioned a) puzt.
July 15: _
officers' mess at Patrick .
Me Marie Wilson
Marry i I

Again ..... .. Robert Cummings 6 ND BasesNumerous Fla Air Force Bas, r voa

Friday, July 16
Hurricane Yvonne De Carlo, ; 1 Aa __ civil service positions -

Smith .................... John Ireland] I __ I have been announced within -
the Sixth Naval District and Tax Bill Adds
!Saturday, July 17
Arlene] Dahl], I applications are invited from

fiangaree ............ Fernando Lamas f. eligible personnel.A Relief For Aged
.VATTCenterTliunxlny production specialist (ord- ,

July 1 15 I nance) GS-11, is needed by the

Magnificent -w U, S. Naval Ordnance Plant, Macon Helps Military

Obsession ........ ... Jane Wyman I Ga. Those interested should A new tax bill with added ux

Friday, July 16 7 ( \ forward Standard Form 57 to relief for retired persons over 6"i! ,

Marry Me Marie Wilson r i the Industrial Relations officerat and with continued exemption for

Again ...... ... Robert Cummings __ti that activity. service in Korea was due to be

Saturday, July 17 Naval Station Green Cove passed by the Senate last neck.

Hurricane Yvonne De Cailo J Springs, needs ,an organizationand It had already passed the Houf-e

Smith .. ............ John Ireland methods examiner GS-7. although some 550 changes made
HOSPITAL LEAVES NAS DUTY-NAS Applications should be sent to by the Senate had to ironed OMI

Tliurwlay July 15 f Capf. Mann Gets Jar Public Works officer, Capt. the' Industrial, Relations! Division in House-Senate conferences.

Highway Richard Conte, I Richard L. Mann (seated) locates there. It
I was pointed out that Senate
his new duty station Fort
Dragnet ... ... ... Joan Bennett Canal Zone Post; I Amador, Canal Zone for Comdr. I; Vacancies for a Supervisory changes did not materially affect .

Friday July 16 William Clampet, assistant Firefighter CPC-10, Fire Chief, the House provisions for giving

Magnificent ( Will Leave Soon Public Works officer. Capt. I and for Supervisory Firefighter a retired credit to pel sons
Mann leaves this month to I
Obsession ... Jane Wyman his new duties as 15th I CPC-8, Fire Captain, exist at the 65 years and over which will
Marry Me :Marie Wilson, I Capt. Richard L. Mann Public Naval District Public Works Naval Ammunition Depot, I mean something in the pocket; a

Again .. .. Robert Cummings Works officer for the Naval Air officer. Comdr. Clampet will be Charleston S. C. Applicants maximum of $240 a year to a
Station and resident-officer-in- in charge until the arrival I
should file Standard Form 57 good many military retired.
i leave'the the new PW officer.
charge-of-conitruction, will with the Commanding Officerof It wu said there III no difference

No Exams For i latter part of this month for I t I paneion program included a $840- II I the depot at all in the proiiiion

Fort Amador, Canal Zone, where {I 000 disassembly and cleaning I Naval Station Argentia, New- adopted by both houses to continue

Reservists In will assume duty as 15th Naval building which ii near completion; foundland has issued a call for the combat zone exemption
District Public Woiks officer I 1 I.. $760,000( electronics 'I i I
building, a construction superintendentGS11 of existing law for a* long

Acute Comdr. William T. Clampet, assistant ; now under construction; a $450: ,- I I fiscal accountant GS.8 as the draft in in effect.
Ratings ,
Public Works officer will 000 plant maintenance I I would
i ; and I supervisory general engineer That law, which otherwise
Enlisted Naval Reservists, on be in charge of the departmentuntil a $800,000 hanger extension; $48,- I I' GS12. Applications should expire January 7, exempts all of

active or inactive duty, can now I Capt. Mann's relief arrives 000 for aircraft parking, and :. be addressed to the Industrial and enlisted man's income, and

enlist] or reenlist in the Regular sometime in August The new plans are nearly] ready for a Relations Officer V the first $200 a month of an of-
S. Naval
Navy in equal pay grade without I PW officer will be Comdr. Ira cleaning shop extension which will Station, Navy No. 103, Fleet Post ficer's. Korea by presidential <*.

examination if they hold certain N. Curtis, who will come here cost 'l1 ,Oo. Around $220,000' :Dffice: New York, N. Y. der, is still a "combat zone."

ratings. I from duty M 15th Naval District will be used for office expansion I I The Secretary On the same terms the bill
Board of U. S.
Ratings M designated by the Public Works officer at For and $17,000 for a gas acetylene] Civil Service would continue the law which fw
Chief of Naval Personnel to alleviate I Amador. I I manufacturing. and storage building Air Force Depot, Memphis, Mallory i I' gives any income tax owed by *

acute shortages are fire During Capt. Mann's tour at ; Tenn., is accepting applications I serviceman if he die in a com

control technician, electronics I NAS Jar he, supervised a i I Three million dollars have been !i''for Maintenance Technical (vehicle bat zone or ILl a result of vest rife

technician or radioman or related 'I construction program amounting spent at the Fuel Depot for a and In it.

emergency: service rating I I to some $40,000,000, appropriated I t: new pier, installing seven. 80,000'i;, ment) GS-7 powered through ground GS12.equip- It was pointed out the irt'ie-.
'' Reg-
Active duty personnel should for NAS Cecil Field Mayport the barrel jet fuel storage tanks, and'. isters resulting from applications ment provision would allow the

forward applications to the Chief Fuel Depot and the Naval Air extending the old pier. 'I, and the examination will be used retired person to work and earn

of Naval Personal (Attn. Pen Station. Close to $40,000,000 per year I 1 to fill positions at Income up to $900 a year without
via officers e has also been allowed .'. Malory Air losing of the proposal 1 tax
B223)), commanding for Pub Force Depot, and may also be any
who have been asked to make Although the ]largest portionwas lic Works station operation. |I fused to fill vacancies in other credit however, for every dollarhe

recommendations regarding the designated for Cecil Field, Under Capt. Mann's guidance, Federal earns above that, he would
suitability of candidate I the completion of the carrier baa- I improved management techniques I II I I agencies in. the same locality. lose part of his credit.It .

Those on inactive duty should in and berthing pier at Mayport I have been put into effect to alle- I would disappear compHtelv
apply at a U. S. Navy fte.<:ruU-1 opened the Jacksonville area to 1 iViate the 20 percent cutback Ink ,:,1 manpower urted-- the past: when his earnings reached W 1(1(

._ ....L_..__ __ _..' _, "_ 11..1. (1..f nn.ratin.... .. .. ,1 I !!. I
ing aiauon: ana suomii a lormai i a yeart
application for enlistment in the ]I probably would : o ided.; the
highlight of his duty. I Going Up For Ratenl
Navy. Pie-enlistment papers will In August? Check Supers 1414
be forwarded to Chief of Naval I Close to $20,000,000 has 'been
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Personnel for approval under the spent at Cecil, with $4, OOOOO of n viimgijr rmpnaSlZed UllS I qualifications
week that I for the new emergency ing the August 1954 examination*
new program. contract work underway at the personnel going up for .
4 present time at the new master I 1: advancement in rating in Aug. ; !service! rating or Damage for advancement in these rating"

Little Known Facts jet air station, and more to come I I ust would do well to check Bu- I Controlman A (ABC Defense- Advance notice of theee change

First U. S: casualties in the as funds are available.] I Pers Notice 1414 of April I, 1954, man). is published in order to prepare

Pacific in WWII were members At NAS Jar, a 60,000) foot general which contains the advance no I It also contains change In personnel for August exams.

of the groundcrews who were and compressed gas ware- tice of change 2 to the Manualof for the qualifications I The biggest change has bun>
rating of Sonar-
jn email boats, servicingsea house on the west side of the Qualifications for Advancement I man (SO) and Dental I made in the Damage Controls"
jilaneu in Kaneohe Bay, wt. n I base was erected and an extension in Rating, NavIVrs 18068 (Ifte. I < DT) and new I Rating Code No. 4500. It hw been
vised additions to the
the Jap planes] strafed them Dec. added across the north end of ) military requirements I completely revised and InduM"
all I
T 1941. Minutes later attack on' 110. Included enlisted service rating
Building in the notUe are personnel.] : the new emergency
revised -
Pearl Harbor on other side of i qualifications for the Thecae of Damage Controlman A (A It
Oahu began. The Overhaul and Repair ex- of Damage Controlmtui DC) and qualifications areas Defenseman), Rating Cod }\o.
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15 July, 1954 JAX AIR Page N.I

FROM DATA- I r'* ', 'Ia1eW Chaplain New Hospital Fills r,j I

The dictionary defines Education -
PulpitSundayLt 1

as "The systematic development t 1a ,

and cultivation of the natural William A. Swets, new

powers. In the world of to- : Chaplain at the .Naval! Hospital, j

day it would be more appropriateto t1i will occupy the pulpit at AU ot]

Saints Chapel for the first time ,"
define it as better paying; jobson 4
the outside. ; xN ,Sunday morning lie will deliver :
the sermon "The Gospel In ANutshell" j
At the very least a high school a at the 1100 services.

education is required by most
Chaplain Swets arrived here !i
employers in any field( that a
from duty with the,, Second Marine .
man may hope to enter. Go home
Air Wing, Fleet Marine I,
and take a look around. Remember
Force, at Cherry Point, Ny C., and
that kid that was four or five ,
at the Auxiliary Landing Field,
grades below you In school? Is
Edenton- N. C. lie relieved Lt.
he by chance a college graduatenow
Walter Nordy' who returned to
or maybe he went to a technical
Inactive duty
school and is holding downa
A native of Grand
good job? Kind of gripes you, "'" --.., ---"',:_ ,._- Rapid,
i Mich Swets
doesn't, to think you've been MUCIIO' AIR TIME-These six: pilots from Composite Squadron 63 (VC-62)) are veterans of ? Chaplain receivedhis
B. A. from Calvin Col.
left behind. the flying game-boasting of a combined total of 65! years In the air. Left to right are: Lrdr. Barney degree
r Garbow executive officer: Lt. Sherman Brent; Lt. Carl Dalland; Lt. George Hudson; Lt. reter lege and his Bachelor of Theology

Mongllardi and Lt. William Mitchell Jr. from Westminister Theological
Let's take a look at ourselves: .
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We've had some great times -
veteran rneis lie was ordained to the ministryin
E 3 Exams This Week
guzzled much beer. Now ask ;
yourself this question, could you Others Coming Up

have utilized your spare lime to Six Pilots From VC-62 Twelve of 25 who took pay In 1944 he became a chaplain I
in and
the Navy nerved' until
more advantage? For example, if grade E-3 exams at NAS Jax i
1946 at NAAS Ream Field, San
you haven't graduated from high Tuesday passed their test it
school, have you been over to the revealed Diego lie re-enteied on active'

Education Center to see about Total 65 Years In Air was It was also Wednesday.announced that duty in Sept. 1952. j

getting: a high school diploma In addition to his other duties, i
_. .. of '64 taking exams at NATT
a j
from your home state? : from CompositeSquadron Chaplain Swets will hold! serviceseach
Sixpilots lated that hU squadron, which at Center, four passed the test at ,I
Sunday 0915 the Ilospltai
There few who 62 have piled
are very men I up a the time WM curier-based on for seaman, and 34 made the
can't meet the requirements fora lot of flying time in fact, Chapel, Ward A-l
I the USS Yorktown, was one of grade for airman.Examinations .
high school diploma by taking a combined total of 65 yearsin the first squadrons to make raids for advancement 'j
school QED I the air.Leaders RHODES SCHOLARSHIP
a USAFI high test the
against Japanese.
in rating to grade
Some of you may say, "I've already of this group are Lcdr. pay OPEN TO ELIGIBLE
AMONG ACTION in whichLt E-4 will be held August 10
got a high school diploma, Barney L. Gaibow, executive officer ; I
Brent participated was a car- for E-5, August 17; for E-6, Navy and Marine Corp offi
so how can the Education Center of the squadron, who has
rier strike against a Jep convoyin August 2f.I cers are invited to participate in
help me tallied 13 years in the air, and
Ormoc Bay near Mindoro Is- the annual Rhodes Scholarship
1 Lt Sherman E. Brent, who ha I
land. His greatest thrill came competition in December.
If you figure on going to college flown 12 years.In USS Leyte and VM flying AD3's.E.'CmNG .
with his squadron's first strike ADVENTURE while Eligible are regular officer
we can set you up with college
recounting a few of his experiences -
courses for which most colleges Lcdr. Garbow, whose against Tokyo, and during that .flying high is in the log book of on active duty or midshipmen enrolled j

and universities in the U. S. battle the pilot bagged two Nip Lt, Carl A, Dalland, "We were in NROTC units, who will \
home is Howard City, Mich., recalled -
will give you credit. If the idea seeing three Jap carriers planes escorting AD's," he reminisced be commissioned before Sept 30,

of going to college doesn't inter While attached to VF-12 at Jax, "Our mission took us over Manchurlan 105{. Reserve officers may apply .
sunk in one day. At the time the
Lt. Brent WM the first Navy territory where we were to their respective state board
eat you we are set up to enroll pilot WM attached to hardhittingair
you in 90 different types of tech 19, baaed aboard the pilot in the ,Jacksonville area to suddenly jumped by eight MIG'. Applicants must be graduate

nical courses carrier group flagship of ViceAdmiralMarc qualify for all three Navy "E',". We bracketed one. of the Naval Academy or of an i

lie qualified with rockets, bombs accredited civilian and be
The next lime you have a few A, Mitscher. "It WM the first Red Jet shot college
and in gunnery down by the Navy during the Korean between the ages of 19 and 25.
free minutes come up and see us, Lcdr. Garbow said, 'The air I
There is always the youngest in conflict I WM attached to
you won't be wasting our time off Luzon that morning WM alive Lt, Thomas Hudner, formerly of
any family, and so U U with Peter fighter squadron VF-111 at the
don't waste Call extension
HO yours.
with American carrier based VF-32, and Negro Pilot Ensign
Mongilardi, who is the youngest time and the squadron's skipper,
8556 (or come to Building 955, planes, fighters, torpedo packer, Jesse L. Brown.
topside of this flying group with a total Lcdr. W, T. Amen was the pilot
and bombers when they sight Ensign Brown had been shot
4 of eight years. who downed the MIG. We were
ed the first of three Jap flattops down and virtually trapped in hi.*
baaedon the carrier, USS Philip
lie emphasized that landing ona
The carrier was escorted by a burning plane Lt. Hudner crash-
High Honors carrier's deck is definitely "no pine Sea.
cruiser and
Nip battlewagon, a landed his aircraft on a mountainside
three destroyers, all elements of strain" because of the complete Lt. George D? Hudson has had
in enemy territory, in an
Given To one. >f the largest'Jap Navy task coordination by all hands aboard. his share of overseas duty. In attempt to save Biown's lit.,

forces. The officer, while on Korean duty, combat he WM flying in a squadron
Brown never came back Lt.
was attached to VC-12 aboard the of Corsairs which Included
<"A FLIGHT OF our planes i
4 StudentsHigh Hudner WM later decorated by

came up, divided into two groups the Navy for an act of extreme

scholastic ratings won and each went in on a selected Qualified Technicians Necessary heroism.

honor awards for four Naval Air carrier. The anti-aircraft fire was
ALTHOUGH he did not reminisce
Technical Training Center students terrific, but when the smoke of Importance Of Instructors Told To about combat duty, Lt. William

battle had cleared the
last week. away -
Mitchell who was also aboard

Top man at Aviation Store score sunk', WM three Jap carriers 21 Graduates Of Instructor CourseTwentyone the Philippine Sea, felt that his

keeper School was Eli Cohen, "experience" was night flying and
Lt. Brent, while attached to rated enlisted men of the Navy and Marine Corps
AKAN, who has been in the landing on a carrier's flight I I
VF-S flew war missions from the were graduated from the Training Facilities Instructor Training
than two For deck In complete darkness.
more years.
Navy Leyte Gulf to Iwo Jima He re. ,Course last Friday at NATTCenter.
merly stationed at Chincoteaguc "You landed, or should I say,
Th i hl ""w"L.
NAAS, Va., he has been assign. e cerernon es were 6..6." determined to make a landing no(

ed to the USS Wasp for duty. ed by the attendance of Capt. matter what the conditions were.

David McCampbell, commandingofficer The sea could make the carrier
Jon Skelton, AEAN, took honors -
of the Center
at Aviation Electrician'sMate Training pitch and roll heavily. That WILl
who awarded certificates
School. A member of the not your worry. Your'i was to
and Comdr. M
Ralph Bag ""
land safely on that flight deck
Reserve at Olathe Kans.,
Naval ,
well, Director of Training, who

prior to active duty, he attended addressed the two graduating the mental profile of the personnel

Airman School at Norman before classes upon whom the responsibility

coming here, He now reports to of maintenance of that equipmentIs
YE Y, "THE NECESSITY of well qual-!
VC-33 at Atlantic City, N. J, rested.
ified technicians in the Navy is

At Aviation Ordnance School, paramount In our resistance to INSTRUCTOR Training, a Class

Pfc. Maurice J, Berry compiled the ever presence of the Communist "C" Course, is of five weeks and

an average of 84.75, highest in a threat," Comdr. Bagwell 200 instructional hours duration.It .

class of 18 Marine and Navy said, "and that resistance can be .. divided I into two phase,

personnel; A graduate of Belpre, maintained by the Navy only bya which includes, ((1), Teaching

Ohio High School, Pfc. Berry Is continuing process of train. Principles, Instructor Characteri.*.

now stationed at MCAS, Cherry Ing" tics, Trainee Characteristic, Planning

Point, N, C Comdr. Bagwell pointed out' Instruction, Method eof

With an average of 91.30, Pfc that the Navy's efficiency in these Teaching, Training Aids,

Duane E. Wells of Auburn, efforts depends upon a threefolditem tional Management, and Testingand

Calif., topped a class oj,[ 161 at 1) the increasing requirements Grading and, (2)) eighty

Airman Preparatory School .., of personnel in knowledge hours of Supervised Practice

A former student of San Jose INSTRUCTORS GRADUATED Capt. David McCampbell adaptability to the technical Teaching:

State College, Calif., Pfc. Wells (left), commanding officer of N ATI'Center, presents a diploma fields and the experience gainedby The moat modern method (of

has been assigned to the Train- to Marion Prescott, AOC (right), class leader of a graduatingclass personnel in the Fleet; 2)) appropriations instruction, used by educational
of the Instructor Training Course, Class C. Lcdr. Robert
for personnel and institutions of Ute are incorporated
ing Devices School, Memphis, ,Gimbel (center), training: facilities officer, looks on. The ceremony
equipment for the Navy, and 3) into the curriculum.
Tenn. was held last Friday I .


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Pago Four JAX AIR NEWS 15 July, 1954

:\ Fasron 109, VA-175, FAW-11 Fasron R VP-3, VA-J05 'Report {

:t. Scouting. Jacksonville Area Squadrons

.,' Fasron 109 ..
'" During the past week Fasron from the Naval Intelligence NAS, Cecil Field. Reporting

*'i 109 has transferred several men School jn Washington, D. C.Also I aboard for separation from VF-11

N j to squadrons reporting aboard reporting for duty is Lawrence were: John D. Lewis.AOC; Palmer -
*''I Weinhold ADC from Atlanta S. Starnes Jr. A01 David L.
the USS Coral Sea. The most noticeable ;
< transfer was that of Dennis Ga. Holtz, AT2; Lamar W. Weatherly -

f' L. Dietrick, AD3, to VF-63, An "inspired" contest of softball AM3; Thomas O. Berry, ROAN -

J FFT to the Coral Sea. Dietrick > between the officers and enlisted ; and John P. Conley, AOAN.

,' has played on the championship men took place last Friday Richard D. Horinka, AN, joins

Softball team for the last three When the dust cleared the EM Fasron from VF-62, and Ernest L.

years. His catching has made the emerged victors, 18-0. This was Poston, SN, enters the ranks from

difference in a winning and losing I so lopsided that another contest, the USS Lake Champlain (CVA-

I I' team this year. or the foaming liquid variety was 39)). .

Also leaving are Jasper C. Du- immediately scheduled. Also from VF-11 are Paul W.
bore, ADI, to VF-103; Eugene L. Dustin, ADAN, and Edward D.

Wehoge, AD3, to VF-62; William FAW-11 Krieger, AD3, who are awaiting __"'_"_ .. _" ,n____'n ____u.'n.................. ...=.....,"' ,"_ _
D Wilson, AD3, to VF-62; JamesT. Lt. George L. Ayers reported I transfer to a ComAirLant at BOMB RELEASE ORIENTATION-Three of Fighter Squad

Norberg, AN, to VF-103; Jerry bn board the staff from VP-18' tachment.At ron ll's Red Rippers watch intently as Harry Offenhauser, AEC,
J. Wilder, AN, to VF-103; and this week. lIe will work as assistant 1 present Fasron Six has nine (right) explains intricate bomb release mechanism of an F2II-4
ASW officer. Druce H. Banshee jet fighter. The trio of pilots joined their squadron in a
Roger S. Wood, AN, to VF-103. Goins NROTC and Naval Academy Ensigns competitive bombing: exercise that netted the Red Rippers the
Wood has been the bat boy for comes to the Wing awaiting Flight Training best bombing score ever recorded by a jet squadron in the Jax
the softball team this season. from Carrier Division 16 aboard billets at Pensacola, Fla. From area. Left to right are: Lt. Kenneth Honor; Lt. David Reilly, high
the USS Leyte CVS Kenneth Reed and Chief Offenhauser.
( ) the scorer; Ensign ,
University of Iowa Ensigns
Reporting to Fasron 109 was come
Richard T. Chatellicr, YN3, from Leo T. McDermott, SN, got Francis S. Hall, Donald W.
the USS Holmstead. Glenn R. brave and said the vows with Richmond, and Robert A. Smally. Armed Forces Total/ Strength Dipping

Scott, DM2, is the proud papa ofa 'arrol Schallenberg on July 10, From the Naval Academy at An-
in St. Louis Mo. Armed Forces total There were 4,196 new Marine
baby girl as of June 8. napolis, Md., are Ensigns William strength
Lt. Hanford D. Tyler, Legal officer C. Hicklin, Walker W. Lam- stood at 3,311,445: on May 31, recruits during May and 786

VA175Anticipation hung up his gloves and is bert, Terry S. Greene, John E. a decrease of 14,695: from the Marine reenlistments. Marine

is high in VA-175 leaving the Wing with release Reister, Haven N. Webb, and April report. Corps strength May 31 was
as Friday approaches. There will to inactive duty. Frank W. Eder- Robert S. Mack. Later in the
Ie PN2 also said final month number of others will Navy strength was estimated 218,590. On April 30, it was
: be a squadron party: at the Roosevelt farewells a
Hotel-a dine and dance af- last week when he received his arrive to raise the number to at 735,621 on May 31, com 219,425.
fair. / discharge. fourteen. pared with 741,871 on April 30. Figures represent full-time

squadron Enlistments In the Navy during military personnel comprIsingMay
The welcomed three
Fasron 6 totaled 7,698, of which 4,. both regulars and reserves on
officers this week: Lt. (jg) Ivan vr-3
196 were new recruits and 786 continuous active duty, and includes
Parks, from Pensacola, Fla.; Lt. Native Pennsylvanian, J. C. Roy Following a recent inspectionfive
(j jg) Kenneth Smith, from Cab- Laughead, ATAN, has been selected members of VP-3 were recnlistments. cadets and midshipmen.the .

iness Field, Corpus Christi, Texas as the "White Hat of the awarded commendations. -

; and Ensign William Collings, Week," for his diligent performance Directly after the. inspectionand far north. Comdr. Ghesquiere Jax
in the Electronics Shop. presentation of awards members commented, "This letter is a tribute Squadrons

Curb On Dorn in Connelsville, Pa., of VP-3, their wives, families to your spirit, morale and
Seeking Laughead later moved to Greensboro and sweethearts were treatedto ability to do a job. Although we Participate In

Pa., graduating from high an Open House. Acting Com- have deployed to many places,

Jobless Pay For school in 1950; He enlisted in the mander Fleet Air Jacksonville, I participated in numerous exercises Defense Exercise

Navy in January 1953. Capt. Arthur Dahl attended the and accomplished countless

Korea VeteransCongress After "Boot," he was sent to affair as a guest. Capt. Dahl is other missions, the squadron has Approximately 80 aircraft

was urged this weekto ANP), School, Norman, Oklahoma also Commander Fleet Air Wing never faltered. Your pride in accomplishment fronf seven fighter squadrons i
and then to ATA) School 11. I has been fierce and
limit the time In which Korean under the command of the Com-
at Memphis and reported to Fas- During the inspection, Comdr. determined and there has been
veterans may file for unemployment ron Six last March. He holds a George D. Ghesquicre skipper of time to have some fun too." mander Fleet Air Jacksonville.

benefits. Commercial Pilots license. VP-3, read a letter received from Those who received commend played a major role in the recent
The Labor Secre-
proposal by
John O. Redmond, AN reported Drig. General Com nationwide Sir defense-"Opera-
tary James Mitchell set three Brownfield ations were: John C. Jenkins,
for duty from Fasron Threeat mander Iceland Defense Force tion Checkpoint".
years after discharge for K-vets ATC; Alvin L. Kyle, AD1; Woodrow -
to apply for $26 weekly Jobless NAS Norfolk, Va. Donald P. commending VP-3 for sucessful- W. Moore, ADC; John A. The fighter squadrons main-

pay benefits authorized by theial' Fox, AOC, arrived from VF-13 atPhoto ly accomplishing its mission in Morgan, PRC; and Robert L. Sel- tained a stream of interceptorsin

Bill. by, YN1. the Florida skies searching for

Under the bill, veterans of service i "unidentified" aircraft throughout -
the three-day exercise.
on and after June 27, 1950, VA-105

me entitled to the $26 weeklyfor Lt. (jg) John II. Brick, Lt. (jg) Playing the dual role of fight
a maximum of 26 weeks when er-interceptor and warning detection -
Jack E.
,f Colleary, and Lt. (jg)
unemployed through no fault of: Eugene M. Wisenbaker, received from the ground, the

their own. They cannot, however, their orders to report to Post Navy, operating with the 159th

get this pay immediately on discharge i A4 Graduate School Monterey, Calif. Fighter-Domber Squadron from
due to mustering out pay the Air National Guard at Ime-
meats collected. Also leaving the squadron are son Airport Jacksonville, totaled

Veterans who get $300 muster. Randal C. Melvin, AO1, CharlesA. more than 75 hours in the air.
.. Gillitt, AT3; Lawrence H.
Ing-out pay must wait 90 days The Strategic Air Command
Shepard, ADC; and James H. My-
before being eligible; those who played the part of the "aggres
get $200 must wait 60 days and att, AM2. Melvin and Gillitt are sor", dlspatchlnnumerous
leaving for NAS /
those collecting $100 must wait Patuxent River, squadrons of B-29's, Il-50's,
30 days.Mitchell. Md., Shepard to NATTC Jax and
B-47's and D-36's to a host of
considered three years Myatt to AMB( ) School, Mem
targets throughout the coun-
sufficient for veterans to read phis.

just to civilian life, and stressed q. Reporting aboard are Arlyn try.Over
600 volunteer workers at
that if no time limitation was Heuiser, AD2; Samuel Chun, AT-
the Jacksonville Defense
effected the cost of the program h AN; Clifford C. Allsup, AD2;
Filter Center worked with the
"will continue to mount." 1' JA Ralph D. McNeely, ADAN; William
O. Tanner, ADAN; VanceG. I local Navy in plotting more than
Maintenance\ Moore 320 separate "tracks" over the
Training ADAN; Herman J.
Peninsular of Florida and South
Acquires New Officer ADDS ENLARGER The Dehe, AM3; and Fred J. Brand- '
Section At NAS Hobby Shop photo lab sky, AM3. Georgia. This information was
Newly named superintendent of now features facilities for enlarging -I e then relayed to the Air Defense
Maintenance Training at NATT- pictures. Wesley Ar- Command Headquarters hidden
Adds rowsmith, PIll (left) of VC-62 Fleet Operations Officer
Center is Lcdr. Melville LeCompte, Hobby Shop in charge of the lab explainsan somewhere in the U. S.
who relieved Comdr. Robert Stol Gets New
timer to Assignment Two
exposure Charles other Fleet Air Jackson-

noff. New FacilitiesCompletely Claridy AN, his assistant, also Comdr. Lawrence R. Gels, Op ville units played major roles
of VC-62. of
Commander LeCompte comes to .One the lab's en-
NATTCenter with wide largers is shown! in center erations officer for the past 19 during the 0 per a ti 0 n. The
a experience
remodeled throughout background. Ground Control Intercept at
in Naval Aviation that includes months on the staff of Commander
the photo lab section of the Mayport and Airborne Earl
service World WarII sales room. Fleet Air
during Jax, turned
NAS Hobby Shop will offer enlarging Warning Squadron Four employed
aboard carriers and later with It was pointed out that the
his post last
facilities beginning July Wednesday to Com their huge radar screens to
carrier support and squadrons. photo lab is operating under the
16. mander William E. Fly. track the flights of all "unidentified" -
After enlisting In the Navy 1 In regular hobby shop hours which
1928 he served aboard the USS The lab currently is operatingfor are from 1400 to 2200 Tuesday Comdr Geis will report to the aircraft in the Jacksonville

Hannibal, Pillsbury, Palos, Me- contact print work, and film through Friday, and from 090 Naval Air Test Center at Patux- area.
developing. Later, there will be till 2145 "Operation Checkpoint" was a
dusa, Minneapolis and then aboard on Saturday. ent River, Md., where he
the carrier USS Lexington. Fur- I facilities for making portraits.All Wesley Arrowsmith, PIll is in i as executive officer of willserve th test to see how well the Air Dee -

ther duty Included the carrier chemical used in' film charge of the lab, with Charle Electronics Test Division. Comdr. fense System is. .working..

USS Bunker Hill, Fasron 118, NAS processing and contact print Claridy, AN, as assistant. Arrow Fly reported to this command Few daughters nowadays get

Jax, JCAS Argrentla and F !ron work are free, but the paper used smith and Claridy are from VC from the staff of the Naval War to wear mother's wedding gown-

115. for printing is sold through the 62. College at Newport, R. I.
I became!! mom .h "till"enrlng it.


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15 July, 1954 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

Jaxon Named Skipper

Of V} .ll Red RippersOne

of Jacksonville's most outstanding !
'I '
\' military sons returned
home last week. .
Navy Comdr. Hoke M. Sisk, i
HERE AND THERE graduate of the Dolles School),

the Marion Military Institute, the
Sixteen: "Have you ever been u U S. Naval Academy, and the

kissed 1"Seventeen 1 o, Industrial College of the Armed .,

: "Only by a 3-D Forces, reported to NAS Cecil .
movie." Field to take command of Fighter \
r Squadron ll's famous "Red '

Bathing beauty: A girl worth Rippers".

wading for. Only a week after his arrival,

*. Comdr. Sisk took his squadron

A Hollywood luminary, testify. aboard the USS Coral Sea for '

ing in a minor breach of con. r' ; an extended good-will cruise to

tract case was asked to identify the Mediterranean.

himself. lIe relieves Comdr.. Robert II.

"I am the world's! greatest astor Jennings Jr., who was fatally injured

," he told the court with simple in a plane crash in Memphis

dignity. ..hfB g ,,,,,.,,,,.',,_v .... .. in June;
One of his friends chided him SET nOl\m'I G IlECORD-Twelve of the record-setting "Mad Dog;'' of 'Attak' Squadron 105 *50
the next day.' take time out from their bomb runs to pose in front of their AD-4 Skyralders. They have reason to Now that Mt. Everest has been
smile, for now VA-15 holds the Atlantic Fleet Air Force record for glide bombing. Front row are, climbed man has explored every
"Don't you think that boost you (left to right) Ensign Don Duhrkopf, Lt. William Lewallen, Ensign/ Barnard and Lt. Loren Wil- thing but the bottom of a wom-
gave yourself was a little too oughby. Back row: Lt. Ralph Beverly, Lt. (jg) Jack Taylor Lt. (jg) Don Christenson, Lcdr. Roy an's
thick?" Reeves (skipper), Lcdr. James Scherer, Ensign Tom Dunlop, Ensigns Bill Taylor and Fred Owens. purse.

"Usually I avoid any kind of

self-praise," said the film !idol, 'Mad Dogs' Of VA-10S Set

"but remember, this time they

had me under oath." :
i iQ

S Glide Bombing RecordStreaking
"Well, I certainly made an im

pression on her," said the cane- -
bottomed chair as the nude model out of a Florida-
Barnard 19 of his fellow
sign ,
stood up. sky in their AD-4 Skyraiders, 23 f
"Mad Dogs" of Attack Squadron pilots made top qualifyingscores I

TV set: An instrument with a 103 released a torrent of bombson to catapult their squadron f 4S
to It's phenomenal all-
picture in front, a loudspeaker on Spencer Target to establish a I
time mark. VA-105's
new record
the side and an installment behind new Atlantic Fleet Air Force
betters the efforts of all
glide bombing record.
other Atlantic Fleet jet and
The squadron totaled an ave :

"Ho, Pedro, why are you look. rage error of 98.1 feet using the prop plane squadrons."It .

Ing so happy?" new 3,000 foot minimum recovery was only through the com-
bined efforts of all hands that
"Ahh, it is because Lolita has altitude.
promised to be mine." Ensign John C. Barnard this record was made possible," N(

only 10 months out of.. flight VA-105 commanding officer 1 ,, M
"Oh, Pedro! not Lolita. Everyman
training-topped the field in the Lcdr. Roy S. Reeves, declared
in Tasco has made love to f
that one!" "egg laying" recent maneuvers proudly. "It's a tribute to the op. L rL
with an average drop error of I eration and enthusiasm shown -
"Ye-es, but" Tasco Is 'such a 50 feet His skill will be re- by the supporting activities as s :

leetle town. warded with a hard-to.get Navy well as the squadron personnel:'
"E". Spencer Target-site of the a ;d1f
at the
They parted corner,
Close on the heels of En.MOVING competitive bombing exerciseis _.
She whispered with a sigh: .ft.-
six miles south-cast of NAS
"I'll be home tomorrow night. WINS NAVY "E" Ensign John Barnard (right) watches
He answered, "So will II"! 7 Cecil Field. while Edsel Homer, A01, checks his,plane's bomb releasing mech-
I anism. Barnard won a hard-to-get Navy "E" for his bombing during I
recent competitive glide bombing exercises. Ills squadron, Attack
University Barber: "You say ,. Vote Broader Absentee Squalron 105, has set a new Atlantic Fleet Air Force glide bomb-
you've been here before. I don't ing record.
Voting For Servicemen
remember face."
your A Senate-passed bill to give
Student: "Probably 'not. It's servicemen broader absentee PO Honors At Allowance For

healed up now." In elections
voting rights general
1 for federal office holders, Center Go Parents LegalIn

Trudy: "Do you think absence both in peace and in war, has

makes the heart grow fonder?" >r! been approved with changesby To Instructor Some CasesNavy

Judy: "Definitely! Ever since a lIouse subcommittee. personnel who contribute -

Jack has been away, I'm begin The bill will brush aside (This la the 39th in the Pet- more than one-half of their

ning to like Bob more and more." many state registration and ty-OJIlccr-of'the-Wcck series at parents' support are entitled to

I poll tax laws, and calls for a the Naval Ar( Technical Train a.basic. allowance for quarterson

federal postcard, which when ing Center). their behalf.

Some Projects filled in by the serviceman, will "Sometimes I feel like 'Mr. Those who make application

serve as his registration. Wives Chips' of the story book fame," for such an allowance should

Face Trimming of servicemen are to be given commented Edmund Clegg, AO1, consult first with the disbursing -

f the absentee voting privileges, who for nearly two years has officer to establish legal
s'zr as are members of the merchant requirements for submitting a
CommitteeAlthough been an instructor at
Says marine federal workers
Ordnance man School.? valid dependency claim.
overseas and their dependants The privilege of submittingan
the services' construction "On a stroll
application for appropriate
authorization bill, now before -
or visit to Cecil
r Investigation will not be re-
the Senate, provides the Senior ChaplainPost Field or Main- fused. However, personnel are

Navy with more funds than originally side a sailorwill 1 advised that disciplinary action

requested by Defense, some At CenterTo tap me on 4'r i will be taken against anyone

projects will feel a sharp reduc- the shoulder making false representation or
ta filing fraudulent applicationsfor
out.tion when the money is doled Lcdr. AckleyNewly and query : government funds.

named acting senior R e m ember -
High on the list are Navy barracks -
at NATTCenter is Lcdr
chaplain me? Sometimes ,.o
Four of the eight barracks Enlisted Men's Club
Charles Ackley, who succeeds I do and Clerc
which the asked
build at Navy Marine Corps authorityto Auxiliary Cgmdr. Frederick Volbeda. Chap- other times I don't. More than Being Built At Cecil
lain Volbeda has returned his
Air Station, Beaufort, S. C., to 2,500 ordnance strikers or petty A new enlisted men's club,
home at Swananoah C. and
five of the officers have come under my instruction said to rival in appearance the
were dropped, as were
later will attend the
ten at Coronado Naval Amphibious Universityof since I've been at NA T- best of such facilities, Is under
the South at Sewanee, Tenn.
Base, and all of an even big. TCenter._ construction at NAS Cecil Field
Chaplain Ackley, a veteran of
ger barracks project for the Great 11 years service, reported here Clegg, whose more than ten The grand opening is scheduled

Lakes Training Center. from Harvard University wherehe years in the Naval Service has sometime in August.

The Senate Armed Services took a year's graduate work. dealt largely with teaching, has
committee said the cuts were In tlS tl11 0 Prior to that he served aboard seen duty aboard three carriers with FaeTuLant In Norflok.

line with its decision to recom- the cruiser USS Helena, USS USS Oriskany, USS Coral Sea For two years he was with VP-
mend "a lesser, yet substantial, Paget,'a movie princess who Sperry, a sub tender, and at the and USS Wasp. 26 at Port Lyautey, French Mo-
for the replacement of Station He joined the Navy in 1943 at
program can how the Nile some real Naval Guam. rocco, and served with the car-
temporary bar:'Lcks and BOQ's." curves, warms up for the filming 5.5 Philadelphia and attended Ordnance -
The committee felt the replace- .: of her dance numbers for Bachelor: A guy who can take School here in 1943, 1944.; riers on :Mediterranean duty
ment program could be spread "Princess of the Nile." Her gyrations women or leave them and us- He was with CASU 21 until 1946 At present he is an instructorIn
shook up the reviewersand
over a longer p rlod ef time some scenes were deleted. inlly does both. and instructed! radar bombing Clas B School, turret phase


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t' NATTC Softball
i. :,


Week Of ActionWeather

) I" CoIl: NAS Course, Mustin Road

opposite. Officers' Club; Sunriseto permitting& this week
sunset daily. should see the completion of the

Fish Camp: located at foot pf intramural softball schedule at
N.M1 n .a NATTCenter. Aviation Electri-
Albemarle. Boats and fishing I
cian's :Mate School, Class A, .
gear, 1100-1800( daily. '
Swimming: Officers Pool, Bldg. clinched the championship last

10; EM Pool, rear Bldg 3, Waves week.
% t t NAWS School fast to
RP* came
and Jr. Officers' Pool, rear of
into second after
I Waves Bks.; Chief's Pool, rear of move place
> v z. brushing aside bids by Aviation
I. CPO Club.
t Movies-See Page 2. 7 Ordnance School, Class A, and

Special Services.In .
CPO Club-See Page 8.Officers' .
games last week, Don Sebree's -
Club, Bldg. 10 0830-
big bat paved the aa
.2300 Mon through Fri., 0830-
AGO School edged Training Facilities
2430 Sat.Anchorage.
Enlisted Club, Bldg.
AO-A School weathered a barrage -
46-1C30-3200; Mon. through Fri.,
of hits by AE-B's Frank
Sat and Sun., 1300-2300. .'? 7
lys Cady for a 7-5 decision
Billiards, EM Barracks, G Compartment
Other lesults1NAWS :
A-daily 1200-1630 and '

1715-2130. ____ _____..._.___'m______ ____ School 10( AGO School .
7; Special Services 7, AO-A School
NATTCenter STILL IN CONTENTION-NAS Jax Waves are still'' in the thick of the battle for second half
0 AK
Marines 14 AK-A School
Enlisted Men's Lounge1000. hoonrs In the Girls' City Softball League. These gals have seen the bulk of action with the Main- ; ,
side blue. Front row (leff to right) Pat Harvey, Fay Charlton, Brownie Brown and Rosle Geock- 4; AN-P School 7, Training Facilities .
2200, Mon. through Fri.; Week. Second Louise O'Neil Ellen Carlson 0 AE-A School 16 AGO
er. row: Mary Royster, Mary Young Pen Pansey Quionelly ; ,
ends and holidays, 13002200. and Nancy Ward. Back row: Coach Mike Crowell, Dixie LeFils, Carol Shrimer, Anne Ilarsche, Beverly School 5.Special. -

Recreation Room, Bldg. 593- Distodeau, Mona Thorpe, Debbie Blevins and Anna Lou Scott Services 7, Training Facilities

1000-2100(), Mon. through Fri.; 0; Special Services IT,

Weekends and holidays, 1300- ComFairJax Personnel 5; NAWS School 11,
2100. AO-A School 1; AE-A School 11,

Enlisted Men's Club, Bldg. 593 Softball Meet AK-A School 4, and AN-P School

1630-2309() ( Mon. through Fri.; .11, AE-B School '0.

Weekends and holidays, 1400- STANDINGS
2300. Set July 26All Trim W I. OB
AJo-A School .. 2H 7: ..
Swimming Pool, Bldg. 419; Indoor NAWS School ......23 5 4
fleet teams. in the southernarea AQ-A School ....... ]A 8 '714'
Pool, Bldg. 614. Spec serv. 15 ]I
Bowling, Bldg., 517 Mon. an eligible,, for the Corn- AE-n School' ::::::: ]6 ]2 n
Fair Jax Softball Tournament, AK-Mar1nes ....... ]6 13 1J 4
through Fri. 1130.1230 and 1730- Personnel ........ ]!5 16
July 26.31, on the NAS Intramural AN-I' School ........ 1 3 18 15'4.
2130; Sat. 1300.1700 and 1800. diamonds AGO School ........ 10 11 16Tra. ,,
2130. Fat' ........10 111 11 -
As AK-A School _...... R 2'l 20(
Near Of yet, no official entries have
Completion A'B School ........ 7 21: :..J'S
been received. Deadline for entries

is 1600, July 22.

Lt. Dave Barksdale, tournament Mad Dogs Mean:
1954 Diamond ScheduleOnly '
director, hinted that a least Tip Stewards 9'

six teams would be around for

,10 games remain to be placed on the 1954 Jax Navy double-elimination play. In Cecil CircuitThe

baseball schedule eight the'road two at,home-
1; varsity on Beavers To Defend VA-l OS Mad Dogs edged
before the Sixth Naval District Tournament at Faaron
Memphis Defending champion 109, the Stewards, 8-6, last week to
Personnel are invited to visit Tenn., Aug. 9. with the incomparable Don"Gllde.well maintain their hold on first placein

the USO Service men't Club at still in the fold, will be the
Riddled with injuries and by Don Teator and a base on the Cecil Field intramural
Monroe St. The otr-eon- team to beat.
transfers since launching the balls to Bill Rice loaded the Softball circuit.
d\t\ontd club
to tSS9. have come back the hard way to home a pair and Pete Sheets 109 shaded FalrDet Key West, 2- line-up, the Mad Dogs, 'never.

Thursday Ballroom, July with 15-9:15 Chaz: P.M.Harris :... move their season mark to 25- doubled, the runners holding. 0, on Bill Madden's 13th inning theless, struck for six hits, a

Melody. 23.That's Blackie Stars home run. pair of doubles by Julius Lock-

the record Coach FrankMcCaffrey's Golf feet Next lear for the big blows.
Friday July 16-5:30: P.M, Cafe Blackstock enrolled two more .
shorthanded athletes Glidewell was tagged for only 'Doc"Derry picked up his
Italian, Spaghetti Supper; 8.0C: I on an infield chance and Stan
into four hits in picking up three de- fourth victory of the campaign,
P.M., Craziest ID Card Contest carry a two-game ser Tentnowskl grounded'for the

Prizes will be awarded. les with Palm Beach AFB at first out, Sheets scoring from rows' Joe Dandrum, exBrooklyn and has yet to taste defeat

Saturday, July 17-1000.: AM., West Palm Beach this afternoon. third. .. Dodger, bested Sheets from cisions.

Open House all day; 8:00 P.M Gunnet, Jankunis Toll That was all the scoring for the mound, 6-1, in seven innings.A Plans are being formulated for

Girl of the Month orchestra dance, Merle Gunnet has drawn the the Fliers, although they left leadoff single by Blackstockin the ComFair Jax Golf Tournament -

music by NAS Jumpin' Jacks. starting assignment for the open. runners stranded in the third, the third, Tentnowski's one Aug. 30-Sept. 3, won last

Sunday, July 18-10:00: AM.,, ing game, while Frank Jankuniswill fourth and sixth innings of a baser, a walk to Campbelland year by Charles Fills of Fasron .

Dunking Round Table free coffee toil in the aftermatch, Fri. seven inning game. an infield error produced the Nine, Cecil Field.

and donuts; 11.00: A.)[., off t<) day. Jackson pushed across single lone Jax Navy run. Fitts' 36-hole total of 151 WM

church; 5:30: P.M, Vesper Serv. Pensacola hosts the Fliers, tallies in the second and fifth, Jackson scored single runs in six strokes better than runner-up

ices and refreshments;,. 8:00: P.M., July 23-24, after which Jax Navy but Blackstock bore down in the the first and fourth and two eachin BUI Barrows

Movies travels for singletons with clutches, leaving nine 1 men the third and sixth on only .

Monday, July 19 -7:00 P.M., Robins AFB, July 30-31. stranded.In six hits. Four Jax Navy errors Unbeaten Waves

Ping Pong instructions wit 1 A double-header at Greenville ; Sunday's wind-up, the Ar- made it easy
Frank Puskas; 8:00: PM.: Skat. _
Ing at Skateland, reduced rates. S. C., with Donaldson AFB, I Claim In
J Sway
Aug. 1. terminates the road ', A
Tuesday, July 20 -8:00: P.M.,

Cootie game.Wednesday,, July 21--To be announced ,. agenda At Home Aug 3-( Fast City Loop

Hunter Air Force Base will

match strategy with the locals at Sevefl-Up, first half champion

Mason Field, Aug 3-4, in the of the Girls' City Softball League

Fasron 109 UnbeatenIn last scheduled game before the WM overpowered by the NAT.

City Competition District tourney Center Waves, 11.4, at Murray
With only 10 men in livery
In the Men's City Softball ill this week as the Center
last week, Jax Navy surprised
League lust week, Jim Crouch
lassies continued to roll
powerful Fort Jackson by takingone along undefeated
hurled sv no-hitter 1M Cecil Field
decision in a threegameseries in the second half
thwarted NATTCenter, 6-1.
First half champion Fasron Joan Hall and Pat Brown bucked
The Arrows blanked the FJiers,
109 belted Arlington, '.0, to re- the seven-hit pitching of Gent
6-0, Friday, as Wood permitted
main undefeated in the ondlorouncL
Gorsky with two hits apiece.
only two safeties and struck out

13. Andy Campbell and Sam Hall singled and tripled and
At nrentwood> in the Com Travis ruined the no-hit bid. Brown punched a single and a

mercial League l'AS Hospital Saturday, Earl Blackstock set double as the Waves coasted on

disposed!' of Gibbs Shipyard, 4-%, the potent homestanders downon a seven-run fourth Inning.
and Uroward Lumber slippedby
seven hits as his mates comb NAS Waves tumbled Spring.
Fasron Six, fi-4.
ed three Jackson pitchers for field 10.6, as Ellen Carlson and
Bob St. Johns and Bob Stephens
collected two singles each eight hits and a 5.2 verdict UNDER AND IN-Eluding a tag at third base In the sixth Brownie Brown shared. the mound
Jax Navy did all its scoring in inning of a game with MCAS Miami at Mason Field is Jax Navy's assignment.
to back up the three-hit pitching the second inning to break an Andy Campbell. Marine Joe Edick looks for a possible throw to Triples by Nancy Ward. and
of Carl Burgess lor the the plate. The Fliers"won the game, 2-1, after copping hte series
early scoreless tie. 10-4 the afternoon. Jax Brown featured the MaSnside
Corpftiuen. opener, previous Navy's season record is
Travis' leadoff single, a double now 25-23. attack,

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15 July 1954 JAX AIR HE Page Seven

J-- r -I Vp.18 Athletes Collect

_______ "

I i : n Iron Ion Trophy Leg

Propelled by championships in bowling and basketball,

Patrol Squadron 18 won the 1951 spring leg of the Iron Man

Trophy., out-distancing runner-up Fasron 109 by 810 points.In .

so doing, VP-18 snapped a,
combination of four victories in
streak of four consecutive wins
bi-annual competition.When .
by Fasron Six during which time
the trophy was Intro-
the latter retired the initial tro-
duced in the spring of. '52, Fas-

7 w t, phy.Under Mainsidc intramural ron Six jetted to consecutive wins

and not until VP-18 turned the
rules, permanent possession of
trick[ was it derailed
the be had with
trophy can any
Fasron Six nosed cut Hospital -

by 120 points for third

Swimming Party place. In all, 25 teams received
points toward the IMT In three

For Dependents sports, bowling, basketball and

.. softball.
..: ;' ; ; : The newly crowned champions
THREE-TIME WINNER Coach Frank Fosbenner's Aviation Electrician's Mate School aggrega- Slated
lion copped the NATTCenter intramural softball championship this season for the third straight WednesdayA of VP-18 amassed a record total

I year. Team members are, front row (left to right) Paul Heard, Tommy Thompson, Gene Fleishman, NATTCenter swimming of points for a single! sport with
Dick Stelzer and Willie Haroldson. Back row: Coach Fosbcnner, Paul Wiseman, Dick Jepson, Stan par- 1,990 gained from basketball.
Russ Steel, Scotty Harbour Darrell Martin and Russ Meadows ty will be held Wednesday, July
Gregory, ,
manager .
II t_ Price ...,.'_.__!1.._ ...:,1. 11 It was a direct result of the
1.1, in naiuiuiium wim ti

Field For I I6ND Gals' Twin-Bill Set events scheduled beginning! at intramural for the rule first which athlete allows 500()
Large Expected 1G30.() With more than 300 de- points on a
Tonight At 1830 pendent children participating in varsity squad and 100 for each

NATTCenter Waves, currently swimming classes this year, a additional.
Pistol : leading the second half of big array of talent has been VW-4 cashed in on 700 pointsvia

Championship the Girls' City Softball League, massed for the carnival. the aforementioned route

will play a double-header to- Classes in swimming are held I with three players on the var- .

Navy teams from Jacksonville, Key \Vest, Pensacola and night at Enterprise Field in daily, including four at 01)00) sity cage roster. VP-18 had one.

Memphis will take part In the Sixth Naval District Pistol order to pick up postponementsof three at 1000, for small children; While finishing second to VP-

Championships, July 29-August 1, held in conjunction with the put week.In three at 1300 for intermediate 18 in final basketball standing,

the Southeastern Regional Championships at the Jacksonville the opener at 1830, NATT- i I ages, and two at 1500 for adult Fasron Six, nevertheless, man
Police Range. Center will vie with the NAS beginners. I aged to collect 1030 points.

Key West is defending cham- The Fasronltcs took advantage -
Waves.! Springfield provides the I
man, Pete Bessette, Chailes C ;- Lifeguards and swimming
pion, having dethroned Jax Navy competition in the aftermath at of the 25 point bonus given
teachers needed
tenedo and Preston. are sorely
last year at the local range aa 2000. for each man who meets an officials
After three years of competition and personnel wishing to assist -
the Fliers slumped to fourth. assignment during lea
with the Fliers, Preston has in the program are urged
Order of finish was: Key West, gue play. The majority of units
received orders to NAS Whldbey to contact Special Services at
Pensacola, Memphis, Jax Navy, Braves' LeadThreatened were lax In this category
Island, Wash.., for duty. lie waa either extension 8228 or 481
SubRon Four, NAAS Saufley Competition for the fall leg of
Instrumental in Jax Navy's 52 for further information.At .
Field, SURAS NAS Coca Chica I the 54 Iron Man Trophy award
team championship. present the lifeguard and
and Jax Navy No. Two. will in
j get underway mid-Sep
teaching is being con
New SpecificationThe In Tight SALThe \ducted by Clarence Tubbs, tember with volleyball, touch
Ruscetta football and bowling.Fina1..standings .
54 program will be con Reyer, : Larry Casto, Bill Sleigh, Harold
ducted along the same general with/ point totals
I front runners In the South Drumfield, Bob Shelton and
line as last year with one ex- Hall Thompson t! Atlantic League took a look at I Peter Culbertson. in parenthesis: VP-lfl] (3220)),

ception the International type their respective hole cards this WEDNESDAY'S PROGRAM Fasron 109 (2420)), Fasron Six

matches will be fired the first ProAmFrank week as all but three teams, Columbus I ((2140)), Hospital ((2020), VC- 2
day and the courses of fire will Capture ; t..1 Charlotte and Augusta, I. Tadpole jackstone gathering 1485)), Supply t ((1425)), VW-4

be the full 60 shot courses insteadof Heyer led were contenders for space in the (boys under nine-Recovery) of ((1320)), VF-62 ((1180)), Opera-

the 30 shot half courses. Guido Ruscetta, Jack Ball and t first division. jackstones from the shallow end tions ((1165), Personnel ((1080)).
of the pool to see who can gatherthe
In order for Naval personnelto Edwin Thompson to a win in last Through Monday, leading Jacksonville ComFair Jax (1060)> ), NARTU
I most in three minutes.
qualify for United States International I week's Pro-Am tourney at the saw its bulge over fifth ((1030)), FaetuLant (fi40)), O&R

Teams they must par NAS golf course as the foursome place Montgomery sliced to a six Tadpole block gathering (girls ((800)), VP-5 (620), VA-45 (550)),

ticipate in these matches. I I combined tor a. tworunder par and one-half games. Macon Sav- under nine)-Scrambling for 100 VF-22 ((530)()), VF-44 ((470)), VP-1

The Navy Department has been 34. I annah and Columbia were bunched floating blocks 15 yards from (370), Communications (365),

requested to designate this match I I It marked the second consecutive tightly between. shore. FAW-11 (340), Preventive Medi-

M a leg for Distinguished Markmiuishlp. *- week in which Heyer had Returning from an abbreviatedroad Midget duck race (boys eightto cine (150)), VF-174 ((140)), V-l

been a. member of the winning 1 stand, the Braves will tackle Swimming with a pie (140)), and Special Services ((130)), -
team as last week his foursome hot-and-cold Charlotte in a tin In each hand .
Preston DepartsBen
I recorded a brilliant 33 three game series, Saturday Midget balloon butting lace umbrella out of water over head.
Preston, who finished In second place with 35 was I (girls 10 to 13)-Pushing a bal-
)In I through Monday. HoudinI race ( for boys)
individual standings last year, I I open
the quartet of Lou Brozo, Paul loon with the head while swim-
Columbia's pennant ampliations -Carry rubber band around
will be making his final appearance Heron, Bill Russell and "Doc" ming.
'I I will be tested 26-28 in neck, swim to halfway point,
for Jax Navy. Helfrich. July singletons I Junior plunge for distance
crawl through band, replace
Members of the Jax Navy squad I I Tied for third place with with Jacksonville at the I (boys 10 to 13)-Greatest) distance around neck, holding )lighted

competing in both the 'ND and were teams of Carroll &36"j Myrtle Avt. Park, after which : plunged. One minute time candle In both hands.

J. E. Westmoreland, L. B. Nagel U in town 29. limit.
Montgomery July
the include John Peterson Candle for
Reglonals I race (open girls)-
: and F. L. Cardwell, and Jack 1, Junior umbrella race (girls[ 10
on back, holling lighted
Ralph Allen, Monte Thompson
Pete Dahl Lou Broze- to Swim back I I
I: Harvey I I 13))- on hokling II candle ni both hands.
Elmer Hoemer, Joe< Way-, man and Joe Maugham. I '
I Yesterday's Pro-Am event was Inner tube race (boys and girls

cancelled, but Professional Jack I nine and under)-Paddle length

SPORTS FROMYESTERYEAR I 1 Harvey said that play would be of pool in inner tube.

i iI : resumed next week Open tugboat race (open for

I boys and girls)-Girl sits in inner -

Another in a weekly feature i sponjS'QUIZ 1 jg tube boy pushes tube with

that brings to life perform both hands on it, using kick for
ances on the Naval Air Station (fly Armtd Form Pru J.M
sports scene from dusty QUESTIONS I and girl change places and girl
issues of the Jax Air News. 1. What's the name of the first 4 ( pushes boy back.
TEN YEARS AGO TODAY football team to play in two Roe I '
I Comedy diving (open for boys
Lake City NAS wa the un- Bowl contents? j I and girls-Three dives for each
disputed: leader of the NAOTC 2. How much is a goal worthin
contestant. Two more dives to
northern sector softball race soccer? : top three,
with three 'victories and one de- 3. What U the final! score If a f I I
game is forfeited in baseball?

feat.NAS boxers racked up a 4-1 4. Must a boxing referee ac. SHORT CHIPS1t

decision over NATTCenter company his count with a hand, [ of the thirteenth

mittmen at an outdoor smoker. gesture? rule of golf often times
Three bouts were rained out. ANSWERS results In the loss of valuable

FIVE YEARS AGO TODAYA 1. T h. Mare Inland Marine ,: stroke Know your rules

ten-game Jax Navy football played In the ROM Bowl' In 1918 l. >" RULE THIRTEEN"

schedule for 1949 was announced and 1919. After notifying opponent. you -

by Lcdr Don Jacka, %. One point. SOFTBALL TROPHIES-Comdr. James Taylor (left) NAS may pick np your boll on the
grid mentor. Five games were 3. 9-0. Special Services officer, presents the Mainside intramural soft green alter marking its locationto

away from home, while all the 4. According to the rules, aboxing ball league championship trophy to Fasron 109 team representative Hoar It off or to get out of
home contests were to be.played Ensign Ed Connell. Fasron 109 went undefeated through 12
referee may C'ounttItJ1 the way of your opponent'! *ettrok
at the Gator Bowl. games to annex: first place, whie NARTU bumped Fasron Six in
or without a hand get re.M a playoff for runner-up honors. *.



Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 15 July, 195

Air Wing 11
rmm1lD Sailors; Behave Fine;

(Continued from Page 1))

FOR RENT Navy Running Qui Of antic Fleet, will hop aboard the

2 bdrm. unfurn. house. 1178 Lake Good Conduct MedalsA plane when it sets down at Nor

shore Blvd. Mrs Umatot. folk, Va., fOr' a brief stop.

Couple to share 5 rm. house. 2948 recent story on the front *
page on the Navy Times, date.
W. 10th St. Ph. 8-5673, Ruby One purpose of the 12,000-mile
lined Washington and titled H I
Kemp N Jaunt is to inspect bases and
"This Proves Sailors are Dog Fps '
Couple to share 6 rm. home. Ph. facilities at Argentla and Kef la-
gone Good! stated that, "The
8-2625: Leineuis. vik. Staff members of FAW'll
Navy has run out of Good
3 rm. garage apt. furn., (75. 2601 Conduct Medals." also are interested in familiarizing -

Houston 2601 Park. Ph. 85770. themselves with Naval air installations *
It went on to state that
2 bdrm. duplex; apt. 1422 Wolfe : per- in the European thea

St. Ph. 2-0746, A, IL Boone : sonnel eligible between,now ,and "e t s q 3x tre. In. the future, FAW-11 squad-

6 rm. furn. apt 2636 Myra. Ph. I September would bee kept on cons might be deployed to these
file, pending replenishment of '
7-516, Mrs. Cowart. bases on the Continent. VP-18

4 nn. unturn. apt., 3800 May the supplies, and, gave estimates and VP-16, FAW-11, squadrons, already

flower. Ph. 8-1492, Mrs. Johns. of between 95,000 and are stationed temporarily at
105,000 to be eligible for the :
Argentla and Keflavik.
5 nn. unfurn. bungalow 2919 Dor-
award this )year.
ic Ave. Ph. 2-5224, Mrs C E. On its way across the Atlantic,

Harris. A check of ,the records at the Neptune will drop off letters

3 rm. furn. apt. 4162 Oxford Ave. the NATTCenter showed ap and packages from Navy families

Ph. 2-5068, Mrs. Herbert Moore. proximately 200 Good Conduct In Jax to VP-16 personnel basedat

Widow will share bungalow with Awards for the past fiscal year.A a, r Keflavik.

Navy couple. 2105 Lake Shore pretty good chunk out of S SOn

Blvd. Ph. 2.1692, Mrs. C. F. the Navy's goodness I WINS PROMOTION It's four full stripes now for Capt. the last leg of the journey

Smith. William F. Queen (left)' Chief of Medicine at'the Naval Hospital. home from Europe, the Neptune

Capt. Lyle A, Newton, executive officer of, the Hospital, snaps on will rendezvous with a detach.
3 bdrm. CBS unfurn. house. 3519
the new shoulder boards. Captain Queen, on the hospital staff
Mecasin St. Ph 2-5738 Mrs. Air Force Considers ment of three planes from VP-8
for the past 18 months, was promoted effective July 1.
Cox. In the Azore Islands. VP-5 home.

2 rm. turn apt. Ph 8-5136, Mrs. Paying Twice A MonthA based at NAS Jax, (Ii another
Standards Determine of FAW-ll'i squadrons.
Davis survey is being made by the

2 bdrm. furn. apt 1440 Dancy St. Air Force on the idea of payingits Marines' RetentionA The Neptune which Is flyingthe
Ph. 2-2056 Mrs. 12,000 mile trip is an advanced
McClung. personnel twice a month. however -
new early release policy model t>f the famous ''TruculentTurtle"
Single and double rms. 1447 Avondale there Is
no word as to, whena has
been enlisted
set for Ma which
I- established the
Ave Ph. 2-5930, Lee final decision will be reached. iTS
rines. Effected are approximately world
Schultz The is in _, non-stop, non-refueling distance -
system already use by _
7,000 who fall to main.
record in
1946 when it flew
8 rm. furn. duplex, 2984 Green the Navy and Marine Corps. The
Since the installation of new taro a "high standard" and 11,236 miles from Columbus, Ohioto
St. Mrs. Hester, ext. 8153, or Army has indicated that it is not
who have of less
officers at the Jax CPO Club a a GCT score Perth, Australia
8-4447 after 5 ,
p.m.I considering the plan at this time.
than 90.These.
concerted drive has been under. .
rm. furn. Murray 11111 section. .
way to make the club's facilitiesmore men will be separated,
Ph. 8.1760, :Mrs. Ballentlne. Thach
5 bdrm. furn. house, 100. 2421 Marines\ Set Quotas attractive to its membersand 13 to 18 months early duringthe Capt.

Blending Blvd. Ph. 88-8502, Mrs. For :Merit PromotionsThere especially their families. period August 1954., and (Continued from Page 1))
June 1955, according to Marine
Speer. will be no quotas authorIzed Tuesday night is Bingo Night who Captain McCaffree declared that
Corps Headquarters, revealed -
6 rm. furn home in Venetia. Ph. by the Marine Corps for and for the usual low price the releases were being This is the finest station I have

88-0412, Lcdr. R L. Rupp. meritorious promotions for staff members and guests can play made in order to "raise the ever seen."

2 and 3 rm. furn. apts. 133 W. NCO grades during fiscal year all nlgM'for a shot at both the professional quality of the enlisted "YOU WIIO are here made it

Fish St. Winthrope.Furn. 1955. However, quotas have been large and small inducements. Marine by establishinghigh that way. The cut in money and

garage apt. 60. 2215 River set up for corporals and sergeants. SOME OF TilE dub's gour standards for personnel." manpower has left the same

Blvd. Ph.' 2-8209, Mrs. Johnson. mets have,,observed, a vast)improvement amount of work to be done. You
An earlier announced generalorder
.Furn. apt 2604 Post St. Ph. 7- in the quality and men are to be complimented for
Adm. Richmond Named called for stiffer ree'nlistment -
7295:), Mrs. Bray taste of the steaks, chicken, sea the fine spirit and manner in

S bdrm. newly furn. house. Ph. Coast Guard Comd't food and salad dishes preparedin !qualifications which you have carried 'out your

8-1432, K. A. Horn. President Eisenhower has nominated the galley. Reason for this is task," Captain McCaffree added

bdrm. unfurn. house. Ph. 8-6715, Rear Adm. Alfred C. Rich that the galley's managementhas for listening and dancing enjoy The new commanding officer,

Binder. mond, USCG, for a four-year termas changed hands and Tommy ment. who served during the early partof

2 and 3 rm. furn. apt 2148 Roe Commandant of the CoastGuard Thompson, an ex-Navy cook, is You can top off the week's World War II with the Oper

selle, Ph. 7-5461, Winter. with the rank of vice admiral the new chef. An attractive feature program every Saturday eve. ational Training Command at the

2 bdrm. unfurn. house. 1178 Lake lie will succeed Vice Adm. of the galley is the regularnoontime ning at the special barbecue.The station, is a veteran of both

Shore Blvd Mrs. Umstot. Merlin O'Neill, USCG, who is retiring special which changes Club's new officers urge World War II and the Korean

2 bdrm. unfurn. house, 4743 Boxwood June 1. every day. Served at a price members suggest ways for im War; He was born in Pine Bluff,

Rd., Lakeshore, $85. Ph. everyone can afford, it's foolish provement. Any constructive Ark., and was graduated from

2-3035, Chief Horn folk, or call Wise, 88-8253. not to bring the wife and kids in criticism can be presented, in the Naval Academy in 1927 _.

2 bdrm. apt 3107 Post St. Ph,, Baby sitting. 5141 Marlene St, for lunch. writing, to the Board of Governors .
'88-9737 McMullen. I Lake Shore. Ph. 8-1972 :Mrs
The CPO is Services Standardize
pool now open) I or any of the clubs mana
3 bdrm. home( garage, radiant t; Kinne&r. every day from 1000 till 1700 ,

electric heat, oak floors. Ph,. Ride wanted from Timuquana, except at noon when the life gels. Military Equipment

8-4040, Lcdr. Zane. 0730-1600.( Mrs Kennedy, ext. .
for chow
guard on duty secures Considerable progress has been

# 450.Will Evening swimming hours are DEPENDENCY FRAUDS made by the Armed Forces to
exchange pvt. owned home in
FOR SALE from 1800 to 2100. COSTING TAXPAYERS standardize military supplies and
Attractive 2 bdrm. CBS Oceana, Va, for home of equal
bungalow, BIGGEST FEATURE of the weapons, it has been revealed in
carport. Ph. 2-6714, Rufus Merl value in Jax. High equity desirable MILLIONS ANNUALLYFalse a recently released Defense Department
club is the Saturday night Patio
weather. Ph. 98-3108, Lcdr. Fran

I S bdrm. house( 4682 Timuauana. kovlc Dance. The "Revelers" will play dependency claims by The result report.will be savings! of
service personnel' have win-
Ph. 8-3903, A. IX. Knoll. fantastic amounts of cash for
dled the government out of
S bdrm. house, 5121 Attleboro. Ph. such
taxpayers, accomplished by
millions of dollars, it has been
8-6715, Binder. disclosed.A heretofore unheard of practices as

27 ft. 1951 El Car house trailer, using the same type of wheelson
recent Investigation the
5487 110th St., Ortega Farms Army, Navy and Marine Corps
services of the dependency of
District vehicles; utilizing a uniform rust
parents on whose behalf basic
e 2
preventive; designing a locker
allowance for quarters is being
lnSCELIANEOUS'Woman box which would meet the approval
credited uncovered a large number
desires female companionto of all services; using 10
of cases involving certain
Philadelphia, leaving July types of blankets instead of 22;
: fraud.
23. Ph. 2-1721, Mr. George and even adapting themselves and

Keller. r The Navy has investigated their personnel to a single typeof
L 1t.: 640 cases and has rejected 102 tree
Ride, riders or car pool from climbing apparatus
claims, or 15.9 percent. As a
Jax Beach. Chief Bottorff, ext. :
result, the Navy will continuethe
8220. % ,I inspection secondary de SAFETYBox
Will exchange V-5 duty at Nor- a
pendency cases on a perman
folk for similar duty in Jax Score
area, C. E. Murphy, AMC: VS. I :
30, Norfolk, Va. ; The investigation, which began Disabling Injuries Through

Will baby sit. Ph. 7.4788, Mrs. 18 months ago, will save Tuesday, July 13

Dodd. taxpayers at least 20 million This Month 0

Will care for child 1118 Lake dollars in the Army phase This Year 8

Shore Blvd. Ph. 8-2134. alone. Days Since Last
Lost-Time Accident 11
Will baby sit day or night. Miss Little Known Facts '

Joyner, Ph. 7-4197. GIRGABOAMJuly -

Will baby sit 511 Kingsbury Ave. The first American sea battle Safety Slogan
TOASTMASTERS CHANGE-Before being released to inactive during the American Revolution ;
Ph. 88-9791, :Mrs. Stumbow duty, Lcdr. John Briggs (right), past-president of the Jax 1775 "It's Better to Be Dead Sure,
May was fought by a crew
Anyone desiring change of dutyto Navy Toastmasters Club, delivers the club's charter to Comdr Than Sure Dead."
Fasron 102, NAS Norfolk, Roy Isaman (center), newly elected president. Also present for of 40 lumberjacks who attackedand
the luncheon meeting at the "0" Club last Wednesday was Lcdr. captured a British War- Remember this slogan It
write E. C. Olll, AD2, Power Bill Barrow (left), deputy-governor. Lcdr.. Brigs will remain I means money.
'plant, Fasron 102, NAS Nor. in Jax to practice law Schooner at Machias, Me.