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Home of Commander Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval District; Commander Fie et Air Jacksonville; Fleet Air_ Wine 11; Naval Air Technical_ Training Center

Mobile GeneratorsSupplement VF-22 Pilots i

City's Score SweepIn

Electrical PowerOnce

again the Naval Air .. BombingFighter r' ( 4i.w 4i.

Station Jacksonville has i 4

reached out a helping hand to ; w

its civilian neighbors. i Squadron 22 has 4
Shortly before noon last Thurs hJ a.yM .
done it again!
day, three railroad cars, each
housing i a 600 KW emergency Not content with winning the

generator, rolled onto the Naval 1954: Atlantic Fleet Air Force

Air Station reservation, ready to safety award and shattering all
be placed in immediate use to supplement
existing AlrLant {gunnery records
the City's electricalpower
when needed. at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, VF- ,,
22's Cavaliers have distinguished
The City had earlier requested .
permission from the Navy Bureauof themselves as outstanding bomber ,

Yards and Docks, Washington, pilots.
to use the Navy's new floating Last Friday at the Switzerland
NAVY "E" WINNERS-Checking their results following last
generating plant, the YFP10. week's bombing exercises at Switzerland Target Range are these target range the entire squadron
This particular generating plantis pilots of Fighter Squadron 22, who won Navy "E's" for excellencein
expected to be in use shortly. bombing. Left to right are Ensign Harold Bach, Ensign: Peter qualified in naval bombing. Led __.__; ._ 7",'__._ _
Hansen, Lt. (Or) Harold Averyt, Lt. (jg) Sam Martin and Lcdr. by commanding officer Lcdr. Mil- ADM. McMAHON VISITS.
WHEN TilE CITY'S largest Millard Wooley, skipper. Missing from the picture Is Lt. Robert
35,000 KW power unit failed i Roy, another;'F." winner. lard J. (U Fuzz: ) Wooley, six Cava- For the first time since becoming
Commander Air Force,
three weeks ago, the Navy volunteered Deductions lier pilots garnered "E"s for excellence Atlantic Fleet, Vice Adm. Frederick -
Next, Week
all of the emergency elec- Begin in bombing. W. McMahon right) saw
trical equipment It had on hand. the southern part of his command .
The other five "E" winners l last when
This consisted of three units at Thursday he
Group Insurance AvailableTo were: Lt. Robert I. Roy, whose arrived at Jax: for a "get ac
the Naval Air Station and one quainted" visit. lie was greeted
unit at the Naval Hospital total average margin of error was I by Rear Adm. John Perry

ing 1,200 KW; one 300 KW unit an amazing 30 feet; Lt. (jg) (left), Commander Fleet Air

at NAB Cecil Field, and two 300 All Federal EmployeesGroup "Shootin' Sam T. Martin Jr., Lt. Jacksonville.

KW units at Green Cove Springs (jg) Harold P. Averyt, Ensign
Naval Station. Adm. McMahon
life insurance has been made available for civilian Peter Hansen and Ensign Harold ,
THEN ANTICIPATING that employees in the Federal service with pay period premiumsto Dach.Dattlete.ted.
the City might need additional be collected by payroll deductions.The I ComAirLant In
veterans of Korea
help, the Naval Air Station requested ,
approval of the insurance the Cavaliers returned to
three emergency genera year. Neither more or less insurance
plan came with the passage of their Jacksonville base last December Brief Visit HereVice
tors from the Naval Shipyard et could be taken by the
Public Law 598 on August 17. It
Charleston, S. C. Authorities at federal worker than his salary after a seven-month cruise
Charleston prompetly complied, will be effective Sunday, Aug. 29 would warrant.. The actual in the Far East aboard the May- Adm. Frederick W. McMahon
for classified employees and Mon- aircraft carrier USS Commander of the Atlantic
and the generators were dispatched amount is based on the highest( I
by rail Each is a separate day, Aug. 30 for ungraded em- thousand dollar unit above his Lake Champlain. Fleet Air Force, declared h,
ployees of this Station.DEDUCTIONS 4 was Impressed with the fleet facilities
railroad car which can be salary. For instance, an annual
moved from one point to another. will be made salary of $3,500 would entitle the WEATHER OUTLOOK in this area during his i
They were attached to Power from all employees' salaries until worker 'to $4,000 worth of insur- visit last Thursday.

(Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5) such time that forms are avail ance coverage; a $6,000 salary Friday-Hot with afternoon According to Capt. T. H. Moor-

able for employees to indicate would give him $7,000 worth of thundershowers. er, ComAirLant staff plans officer
their desire not to participate in insurance. Saturday-Continued hot, with the purpose of Adm. McMa-
350 Scouts the program. After the plan is in Other provisions and actual scattered afternoon thundershow- hon's visit here is to afford hima

operation, it can be cancelled at scale of cost will be published in ers. "get acquainted" look at Fleet

Due Here any time. full in next week's Jax Air I Sunday Continued hot, with Air Jacksonville activities.

I Employees are urged, however, News. I possible thundershowers. After a quick tour of N AS.
For CampAbout I to give serious consideration to Jacksonville, Adm. McMahon and
the plan since it provides an extremely
his flew to
party Mayport for an
350 Boy Scouts from inexpensive way of pro- Rack At AO Sc hool: Assembles inspection of the carrier basin

Georgia, North and South Caro- viding security for dependents, then of NAS Cecil Field and

lina and Florida, will converge THE PROGRAM states that 63-Page BookieAssembly 't In Two Hours NAAS Sanford, Fla.
Sunday, Aug. 29, at the Naval each employee can insure himself .
Air Station for the eighth annual for a year's salary at approximately of a 63-page booklet
than two hours resulted from a
Explorer Rendezvous. $6.50 per thousand per consisting of 2,520 sheets In less I I new assembly rack Installed by New CO For

Led by Eugene J. Jones of At- ..,... ... ....... ........."' .. .. "'''M'' "' Aviation Ordnanceman School at
lanta, deputy executive of the P <:<:':; ,,1f; : .,.t NATTCenter. CenterMarineDetachment

Sixth Boy Scout Region, the t'"I<. .....HOT 11 Preparation of the booklets,
Scouts will Jj' ; :"'' "
enjoy a full week of :
,: y' : which include information sheets,
air flights, station tours, a boat 111.
lesson guides and courses of studyIs
cruise and recreational
numerous : simplified by the new project I In a change of command ceremony
activities before disbanding Sep 1 F Fa1 1 patterned after a similar idea Introduced I held at the Marine Aviation
tember 3.Separated. 4 !* a.. at NATTC Memphis.The : Detachment at NATTCenterlast
into sections, they
.. 25-Hoctlon rack, with Saturday, Lt. Col.! James C.
will enjoy short flights over
AArrt each section swivelling on dowels Lindsay was relieved by Lt.
the city In Navy R4D-8's and
1 allows an easy pickup Col. Frank R. Porter as the Commanding
will also board ship at NALF, i fM.r
method for pages In assembling Officer of MAD.Lt. .
Mayport, for four-hour cruises on
typewritten sheets Into book Col. Lindsay who served as
an APD (transport) and a DM
(minesweeper). A dance will be ,_.. let form. CO of the Detachment since May
held In the Mainside Auditorium, Constructed by Y u lee Kir- 29, 1952 is now assigned to the

with music by the Navy Band. chaine! A01, of AO School Sup Marine Corps Schools, Quantico,

The Explorer Rendezvous Is port, another 25 page rack is Va. .

one of the major projects during planned to take care of larger Lt. Col. Porter comes to the

the summer months at the Naval editions. Marine Aviation Detachmentfrom

Air Station. The Scouts are billeted .Y "This Is part of the value in the 1st Marine Air Wing

in two Navy barracks, eat 1 the exchange of Ideas, between where he,headed VMA-251, MAG
their meals at the Mainside Mess stations of the Naval Training 12. He received his wings in Julyof
Hall, at a reasonable fee, and are ASSEMLY LINE-Taking a tip from NATTCenter Command," Lcdr. Edward M. Me- 1941 and served throughoutthe

given every opportunity to learn Aviation a. assembly Ordnanceman rack for papers School and at NATTCenter publications. Jax Charles: has Memph1s'1 I dart, AO School' Training Officer Solomon Islands during i

first band, about Naval aviation. AOS, demonstrates the.sPfed-lip with the new pointed out, World War II.Whenever .

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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 26 August, 1954

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** Scouts Get Rid Of

Rfi4IJ8Publtshrd Cakes In A Hurry1' Everybody's A 'Kunnel' In The CAF. I

I They sold 100 cakes and earned
$100. Confederate Air Force, That Is !

Troop 131, Boy Scouts of Jack Cherry Point, N. C. Well kinda colonel-in-chicf) pledged
I ever T>>uriday tor Navy ana Marine actlvlllei it Naval Air
Station. Jacksonville. VI*. sonville's Naval Air Station, members sun, there must be consternation the Marine aviators never to

Capt. John S. ThAch ......?...........MAS.??.._, _jMkMiviU_._. _......?.... Commanding Officer of Muskogee District, accom up in that Yankee capitol 1)) wear a union suit 2)) takeoff
Comdr. John D. nimh......_.JL. ...... ,. .,.- t.- .-\ tuff officer pushed this success, through the at Washington.A from a north runway' 3i

Rear Adm. John Perry ...........Fleet. ._...Air_._Jaekaanllle.. ........ _..... ............... .. Commander cooperation and courtesy of the passel of Yew Nited States sit at the* north end of a bar,
Capt. Rlchaid O. Greene ........_......._.._.._Mme...+..............._..... -._..Chlet of Staff NAS Commissary Store. Marines at this 'yer station and 4)) not leave that bar

Capt. Theodore Dahl ..?..?. nt Air tubs glare. -?,,?, ,? ,?-...._.Commander Lt. John L. Bell chairman have surrendered to the Confederacy when the wind is from the
Comdr, frank D, Meyer i Chief StaK Officer (jg) lock, stock and air north.

Comdr. Ikon R. nal Nees ilea' ....Alt...... .Terhalral..... ........... .Tralalar, ...... ... ..Commanding Cash Officer (Acting) of the troop committee, plane. The whole Marine Fighter Lt. Col. uphs, I mean kuhnel.

Karat Heipllt pointed out that the variety of Squadron 312 just up and gotswore Arnold A. Lund, CO of the out. Edward S. Lowe .,,. ..,COWVYBTlnK OlIlC
Me MMaMW MMMaM MBWM MMMM MBMOTMaM in kuhnel's in the
CaPt. U 4. New ionCapt. --Fiecuttve Officer cakes were !sold out quickly and M fit, expects his men to standup
I4ASeo CAF Confederate Air Force,
Counthar proceeds will be utilized in the and note these articles of
John t Commandl"a Officer
that is And colonel
Comdr. C. Cray :Strum: ,. .Executive: Officer of' son. every
purchase camping equipment got six-inch! gold wings and war.The
The JAX AIR NEWS: la publlnhed weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station. for the The sale under 312th is the first jet
Jacaaonvllle. Florida, and printed commercially with non-appropriated funds troop. was overnight became a cardcarrying squadron to fine the
,t no *"P'nN.II lha government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-33. Rev.Nov. direction of troop committeemen Confederate. Confediacy. -
194t. Coplea are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air station.' UMN Rest assured there
.val Air Technical Training Center Naval Air Reserve Tialnlng Unit, havaJ Lcdr. Clarence Deeming, Chief The bushwhacker who's instigating ain'tno
Air .Station Cecil Held, and the U. 4. Naval HoipltaL ever
this infiltration of Yankee gonna reach
Editor-Andrew n. Qlaney Bos'n Russ L. Smith and Comdr.
Assistant' F.dllor-nt'll'n : ', JO3; RUff ranks, A. L. McSorley (he's Richmond again. (AFPS)
POI'l'C'JMC1c. Holmes, nil; ClrculaLon-Dlelrlbutlon-Chuck Pau1,1.03; Irene Wilson R Bartlett,
Cmac SN.
Tba JAX AIR NEWS Is a member ot the Armed FortH Press Service.' N ':- ..' -
ArPS material. appeannc In this publlcntlon may not be reprinted without y.. :: : ; Federal Pay Hike
tile written ptrmtaalon of Armed Force Pass 5er\loe. Rep\IbUc.tlon of others e .
exrept la prohibited without pennlatlon of Yi
E dltarailer. JAX AIR t'.WllcelbUcat1onl.:
Editorial offices located Main Administration Building. Phone extensions t w Bill Given VetoPresident
KM. 216 and 8164.

Eisenhower has v*>
a 9
toed a five percent pay raise for

How Does The Uniform Fit You? t 0 9yi '.. .,, been government overwhelmingly workers;approved which had by

i both the Senate and the House,

(On the occasion of hut detachment as superintendent' of the A In issuing the "pocket veto," the

U. S. Navy Academy and in connection with his retirement from only type of veto available after

active service with the Nat'Y after 4* years
Adwi. C. Turner Joy addressed the recent graduates of the .Acad .g @ I to overrule it, the President

""'y. In his ". .e"age't'fC terms applicable and significant to stressed his reasons for killing .

, fill persons who wear the Navy Blue. Jlvt address .in reprinted 'in C the bill. lie said he "could

part Mow), I T .J" ::, t not let the proposal become law

"As one who is about to hang up his uniform after 42 years, I j I k er since it disregarded principles of

would like to address my remarks primarily to you young men who sound personnel management, and

have only recently been fitted for yours ignored the necessity of revenue
to pay for salary Increases.! "
"Unless midshipmen have changed a lot since I was one, each *

of you must have felt a certain mixture of pride, self-consciousness,
t ix The President did say, however
excitement and apprehension when you tried on the uniform for the
that he would again ask Congressfor
first time. I
i .ka. # a pay bill to grant general
"Pride, in this symbol -- symbol of your countiy's trust. Self- .Ah I
1[ pay Increases based upon correcting -
consciousness! in the first realization of being a man set apart by the MAP CHECK These two
inequities, promoting efficiency -
uniform. Excitement in the uncertainty of where the uniform might VC-62 Operations VC-62 officers keep the wheelsof and rewarding merit and

take you and what the future might hold. And finally, apprehen the squadron's Operations
sion, over your ability to measure up to the responsibility that goes Trains Pilots For department rolling. Lt. Alex experience.This
Waters (left) pilots' training type bill, he assured almost

with .the uniform. officer, and Lt. Phillip Dahlby two million federal employee,
(right) Operations officer pin
"DO ::NOT THINK THESE conflicting emotions are a passing Photo ReconWorkA point a map area north of FlorIda would be requested l next January,

thing. When the time comes, as it has for me, to take off the uni for a photo reconnaissance since there wa a need to correct
casual look into
form for the last time, you will find your feelings even more mixed. Operations training flight. obvious distortions in pay
office at
Composite Squadron
"When I was your age I worried, u no doubt you do, about j scales,, to establish more equitable
is with that
comparable of
whether the uniform fitted me. Now that I am retiring, I find my- any I PO Honors relationships between grades and
other Navy office, until one staits ,
pelt wondering more about how well I have fitted the uniform. steps within those grades, and to
digging into its function.
"If I might be excused for taking advantage of this occasion to Major function of the Operations i To Herbert provide for a proper and effective

offer one bit of advice, that advice would be this Don't worry too relationship between PRY and
department is the training of I
much about how the uniform fits you. Concentrate instead on how pilots for photographic reconnais- (This .it ,the JHth fit f a Petty- work performed.

well you are going to fit the uniform."THE I Officer- the Week mea at S *
II ance flying pertinent to the type :
NATTCenter. employe last 'receiveda
NAVY UNIFORM has always been cut to the same pat. aircraft they will fly when deployed i I boost
with detachment I I An avid reader, Harold Herbert, years ago, and
tern of high standards. You cannot let out the seams of integrity a pn duty since then the cost of Index
PNI of the Office living -
Legal now is
r shorten the sleeves of loyally or remove the lining of competence. I'I'C aboard a carrier.OfficerInCharge. I I grabbing off all stories and articles : has gone up about 4. percent.

If alterations are necessary they must be made by the man who Is of Operations I of planet travel at the. Information released by the Industrial

Inside the uniform. The job of the Naval Academy, of the NROTC i is Lt. Phillip Dahlby. Assisting Relations
him U i NATTCenter Library I
of the boot is to the the uniform Lt. Alex: Waters, training
Schools, camps help Navy man try "I revealed that the proposed
officer, who directs the various have a
.n for size. The final fitting is up to you. five percent pay boost would affect -
courses which all squadron pilots pace and
"To my way of thinking, the young man who comes to the Naval must take in order to be qualified will I travel," only the classified employeesof

Academy with nothing on his mind other than a free education and for detachment deployment on I he says, after this station, and not the un

job security has come to the wrong place. The young man who can carrier duty I I reading adven- graded employees.Per .

only see security when opportunity is' staring him in the face 1* by THERE ARE 42 pilots attachedto turN into the diem employees have their

nature not a leader VC-62,. and of that number, I Jules 1 Verneatmos. wage rates adjusted from time to

time by governing wage boards
''TIIE.OlT.s( MAN who is neither stimulated by nor responsiveto an average of 28 are aboard the te
I phel e. A skin- maintain a relationship with i
the challenge of the future has forfeited the right to command.The squadron at all times, with ten craft in
diver and fish wages private industry,
currently being trained for
young man who neither understands nor cares that opportunity de. .
erman, he also
la the touchstone of your way of life can hardly be counted among tachment duty Herbert
time for
its dedicated defenders. I Pilots in training are thorough. golf

ly checked out with F2H-2P Banshee Herbert enlisted' in the
"There is no lack of opportunity In the Navy, The only lack I Navy
and F9F-6P Cougars. Whilein In March 1946, in New YOlk City
fear is the lack of a sufficient number of those who recognize opportunity -
training pilots receive a minimum lie served aboard the USS Mona
and seize it. Our future wars will not be won by time-aavera.
of 100 hours in the air before Island, a repair ship; helped put
They will be won as they have been won in the past by an enlightened I
being deployed in detachment! the battleship USS Texas out of CATHOLIC
people fighting under the leadership of a skilled, imaginative -
and dedicated officer duty, I commission; was on the destroyers Sunday, Mass-0800, 0900, 1000-
Lt. Dahlby declared that mostof USS Fox: and USS Benner, St. Edward's

"You have a golden opportunity. Make the moat of it. And the squadron's pilots are second and put in two years at the Na Saturday-0800. Chapel.

hope that when get to be my age you will feel that you' have val
you tour men, and that the aver Air Station, Argentla, NewFoundland DailY-0630.
given the uniform a pretty good fit." time for ,
I age flight pilots on deployment Sunday-0630-Mass at Hospital

H a duty is 2,500 hours. He attended ClassificationSchool Chapel.

1954 However, since the number Most of the full lieutenants havean in ,San Diego and the MORMON

Select 1,434 P01s average of 3,000 hours. School of Naval Justice at Newport
Fori I of men to be advanced dependedon 1930 Monday NATTCChaplain's -

Promotion To CPO budgetary }limitations and vacancies PROGRESS OF TilE'pilot's R. I, Office.CHRISTIAN ,
course is kept on two large plexi
in the various ratings, all old pilots take refresher SCIENCE1900TuesdaYMainside
Promotions to chief petty officer glass boards fixed to the east coursesat
could not go up. definite Chapel
times in order
-acting appoiptment, will go bulkhead of the room, and on to keep Office
Even if additional quotas for abreast of new developments on ramp.PROTESTANT.
to 1,434 first class petty officers which appear the names of all
advancement in certain ratings During their intensive
this year. Some advancementswere pilots and their respective courses. training
who period, pilots learn 0930-All Saints' Chapel.
are granted, personnel are instrument
made on June 16. Others Inspection of the boards gives
not included the current orientation 1100-All Saints' Chapel.
on or flying TV.2's
will be made Aug. 16, Nov. 16, information as to just where the and
list issued to the 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel.
subeequent prior various stand. SNB aircraft, and on occasions
stead" Jan. 16, 1955. pilots Not only is (Note
: Addresses of localchurches
There were 8,000 first claw that next pay grade E-7 examination, "course taking" a must for new fly four types of planes in 8week' may be obtained by calling

passed the CPO exam in Feb. must again take the exam pilots Joining the squadron, but time the
Chaplain's Office, 423): ).


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26 August, 1954 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

Noise Survey Continues

I Ear Plugs Aiding Battle Against NoiseEar I k 1 1nlA

plugs approximately 250 eel are given audiograms at short- gives an accurate basis to work P 1'k
seta of medium and small]
large, ,
T Intervals In order to detect any on Ear plugs are one solution

ones, as well as a few malleable jarly: temporary loss of hearing. Sound proofing structures<< is another ,. 'k c i

ones for hard-to-flt ears ban .If such shows up, it will be recommended .
been distributed to both
that they be transferred AMIEX A TEST STAND for
military and civilian, employed in .t
to a less noisy Job.
noise-affected areas at the Naval testing jet engines under repairat

Air Station WHILE NATIONALLY con- the Overhaul and Repair De- I
ducted surveys have determinedthat If

Ordered as part of an overall noise causes no lessening of partment was required, the Navy II f

hearing conservation program conducted efficiency, people with very sen turned to insulation to subdue 'I

by Lcdr. Roland E. Byrd, sitive ears may suffer severe hear- the terrific blast of sound caused \

Industrial Hygiene officer, the ear ing loss because of it. It is such by the exhausts.

plugs will reduce the dangerous a gradual process, Lcdr. Byrd With the tremendous strides in

high-pitched sounds which some said, that many people are quite aviation and the advent of the

times cause loss of hearing. The surprised when they are asked powerful jet afterburner type aircraft -

wearer still can hear usual voice why they keep the radio running (and who knows yet what rMEASURING

sounds, warning signals- and other so loud. noise will be created when pas- r

necessary sounds Although there is no known senger rockets are regularly

A NOISE SURVEY, conductedover cure-all for noise, scientists have scheduled to the moon and back?) SOUND-As Douglas Whlddon, 1IM3, (left),

the past three months in the been studying its problems for it appeals that the acoustical en- takes notes Lcdr. Roland Byrd, Industrial Hygiene officer of the

interest of the safety and. healthof years. Only recently has a defi- gineer has an increasingly Important Naval Air Station) operates sound measuring equipment to determine -
hearing loss affects on Robert Neeld, who operate 'I
those In nite science been which in industrial possible
working noisy shop developed place our aircraft
the metal spray used for spraying aluminum over engineparts.
areas and flight line crews, is by measuring sound in decibels, world. The sound level was established at 112 to 119 decibels, large

based on statistics acquired i ly due to high frequency components, _.. _
through use of a sound-level meter
for guaglng overall intensity, anda McCormick You Can't Fool VA

sound-frequency analyzer, for ,
With False Data
measuring intensity at given pitch
Smith Voted Wa..hinJtonI"I'S. ( ) Don't
and ranges. The survey can be
,. ,\
'$\" tty to falsify an official document -
said .
to be a continuous project, as '

conditions are constantly chang- .Honor Men especially if you're
dealing with the' Veterans Ad

ing I A former shipping clerk before ministration The VA is now
Besides for sound audio- "
testing r.
entering the Navy in 1952, Don- I using an electronic "magic I

grams are being made of all per' aid McCormick, AOAN, was the eye" that spots;) scratchouts,
sonnel employed In the noise I .' I
week in A 0
( honor student last erasures and alteration nt a
areas. When these are comparedwith
School Class A. glance
audlograms to be made a .,
After boot at Bainbridge
year from now, It will be possibleto rv: > '. .. he was assigned camp to VIM at NAAS An adaptation the infrared .

determine whether any trend : Va and attendedAN snlperscope, the magic I eye
tiij : Chlnceteague, differences in
heightens slight
toward hearing loss exists, Lcdr, "
(P) School at Norman, Okla,
ink, pencil or typewriter characters -
Byrd said. However new person. '',,:: prior to coming here He has bees
., a signature has been
-- fiiJ1lS1: ) ... .:_.,"'M,. ",...." I assigned River to Command.duty with the Potomac changed, for example, the Infrared -

FITTED FOR EAR PLUGS William O'Neal IINT Is I light reveals the signature
DATA C. (right)
staff in
I E fitted to ear plugs by Douglas: Whiddon, I11M3, before aiding the Formerly a sergeant as' it originally existed

FROM 0. industrial hygiene officer In conducting a sound survey in noise- the Air Force, Will Smith, AEAN, Tampered portions of documents i. .

affected spots. The ear plugs come In three sites large, medium was the honor student at AE stand out in strong con-

Have you ever said to yourself, and small. But the gadget shown above is both case and adjusterfor School Class A. lIe joined the trast and any Inked word completely -
the rubber useful in *
plugs, reducing sound
dangerous high
"If I knew as much about cars frequencies. Navy in Nov 1953, and, after a obliterated becomes visible -

as Joe I could really put my ja brief tour of duty at NAS Nor- under the electronic eye. '

lopy in good shape folk, and Charleston, he came here The device enables analystsin
Weekend Tide Table 28 Enrolled In
Or maybe 'ou're killing some for schooling. the VA Identification and

time over at the hobby shop and man LOW He has been assigned to duty Detection Division to protect

AM P.M. AM. P.M. New AGO Class with 3 at Mof-
see someone turning out a really Utility Squadron veterans as well as the VA

nice boat or a piece of furniture Fri. 7:01: 7:23: 12:4712:56: : fet Field, Calif. by uncovering fiadulent docu

and think to yourself, "I wish I Sat 7:46 8:05: 1:28: 1'40: Twenty-eight Navy Ensigns began I ments.

Sun 8.27: 8(3: 2.05; 2:20: study this week in the 15th -
had enough on the ball to do
Hanson, Carrol Barrington, Harry _.
class of Aviation Ground Officers -- -
something like that"Perhaps Hauser.
School at NATTCenter since the
Lt. HarrisLeaves
the answer to your Gordon Jacobson, David Joseph,
Promotions Due : program began Feb. 19:>2.
problems is USAFI. Through James Leeson, Richard Mugler,

this Institute you can take courses The Ensigns, recent graduates Kenneth Nichols, Robert Noble, Center SIO Post
from Officer Candidate School at ;
that cover just about any techni- 120,000 Enlisted Edmund Rueff, Edward Sawtelle,
Newport, It. I., will take part in '
cal subject in which a person Morton Shagrin I Don Shafer, To Finish
may want to get some dope or Fiscal 55 an eight-week intensive course in James Skllling. Study
Aviation Ground Officer
information. proce- Donald Berne TreUlle, David I Service Information officer at
dure and then be assigned to bile
Don't forget that high school
Promotions due for Voss, August Wildberger, Robert
are NATTCenter since May 1953, Lt
lets with the Fleet
and college credits may also be or Squadronsof
Williams, Fr a n k l 11 l n Woodhouse,
earned through USAFI. We're here about 120,000 Navy enlisted the Navy. Donald Yokattls. (jg) Dick Harris has departed to

to help you, give us a try. Call personnel during the current The class includes Harold Brew- attend the University of Wlscon.

8556 or come to Building 955, topside fiscal year, according to Vice ster, Randolph Cope, James Cor- Teacher: "What tense "in: 'I am sin to complete his college study

for more Information. Adm. James L. Holloway Jr.,. dell, Donald Cotton, Leon Foley, beautiful' under the Holloway program.
--...- Leonard Geer, Paul Grunder, Harry Little Boy: "Past."
Chief of Naval Personnel.This Harris, who will be relieved by

Caine MutinyHas will mean that 50 percentor Lt. (Jg) Betty Wagner, entered
the enlisted force ,4:
304ooo-of x M4f the Navy in 1946 as an Airman
PremiereThe will be petty officers( Y
Recruit, went to pre-flight at
AT THE same time, officer pro
much talked-about and Pensacola in 1948 and won his
motions will continue to be madea
long-awaited movie "The Caine little ahead of that envisioned wings in 1950. Shortly after win..

Mutiny" had its Florida premierelast by the Officer Personnel Act. ning his wings Harris joined VA.
week at the Five Points y
tie 35 which then under .
Before next June 30, the Navyis was command
Theatre, where the picture has of Comdr. Ralph Bagwell
also claiming to promote be-
opened for a two week's run. now director of Training at the
tween 70,000 to 75,000 new petty :i
for the
It was a big night Center.
officers third class. About 40,000
"Mutiny, with the Navy band,
The SID aboard
entertainment enlisted men will go to P02, and departing was
static displays, by the USS while the
about 6,000 would be advancedto Leyte Navy
and introductionof
Navy personnel P01. k was providing close support for
VIP's the premiere 1
preceding :
the Chosen Reservoir and Hung-
service-wide V
THE NAVY'S pet- ;
showing. 't'k c: t ,.t--, nam evacuations, and also par.
officer examinations scheduled y
Personnel can consult the mo- ty
ticipated in bombing of bridged
this month attracted an
vie section of the' dally papers during in Korea.
for schedule: of showings and the estimated 213,000(( enlisted person
cast. nel. Chief petty officer examinations Reporting to the Center after

will be held in February, attending the Armed Forces Information
Released through Columbia pictures
and some 1,200 first class can School at Fort Slocum,
Corporation, the picturewas
be expected to go to chief as a N. Y., Harris has been the "man
made with Navy cooperation..Caine
result of these exams. .vw6.xcn behind the scene" in many pub-
Mutiny is great as a novel. ._ .. # NY", h .
lie relations projects, includingthe
Some 2,200 enlisted personnelwill
It U even greater as a picture. CITED FOR HEROIC ACT-Gerald Smith, AD3, attached to Jaycee Toys for Tots campaign .
in the third
It has everything a movie can participate an the NAS Refueler Pool, receives a commendation and congratulations
Gator Bowl activities
have: power, sweep, action, romance nual Navy fleetwide examinationsfor from Capt. John S. Thach, commanding officer of NAS ,
and drama. It is the age- training at the Officer Can- Jax, for his heroic action of Aug. 11. Smith, on TAD from VF-41, and radio publicity for the Charity

didate School, Newport, R I", on jumped into a burning gasoline truck and drove it away from a Carnival and Wave anniversary
old of man against sea
story group of freshly-fueled jet planes. Ills alertness and bravery
and man against himself Sept 1, averted possible loss of lives and property. activities

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Four JAX AIR NEWS 26 August, 1954

FAW-11. VF-172 VA-45, VA-175 Report ,

I Scouting Jacksonville i Area; Squadrons r .

FAW-ll day of this month the general for BuAlr to up the number of

Lt. Wiley V. Conover, former opinion of all squadron per VA-45 pilots to 26. We have a no-

gunnery officer, Is taking over sonnel, especially the enlisted men, tion we're getting away from our

as assistant electronics officer.Lt. is that the officers will tae) a 4 .and 20 blackbirds lately.
E. Hubbell will be-
back seat this time *
come the new gunnery and tac- .
0 C VA-175
tical officer.
VA-45 The squadron's welcome mat
Four checking trickled In
new Pilots have been busy preparIng was pressed into action last week ,i .
during the week: Charles R. Hen- for the competitive exercisesin with two officers reporting for 3h
drlx, PN1, from USS Tripoli
rockets which are scheduled duty.
(CVE 64) to Personnel department
for Wednesday. Now that the I Lt. (Jg) John F. Dolan reportedfrom
; Walter li'. Munford, Jr., I
minimum altitude has been lowered the advanced training command
-\G3, from USS Lake Champlain :
Blackbird pilots are con at Corpus Chrlsti. Lt. IsaacN.
(CVA 99)) to NAS Operations;
templating lower scores thus Pell, Jr., who for the last nine ,
Glen Wilson Galley, TE3, from r : T11
a better chance to capture thecoveted months served with Tacron Six
USS Charles R. Ware (DD 865)to
the Communications and Rob- "E" award. at Norfolk, Va., also arrived. .

crt R. Ballard, AD2, from, Patron The squadron was quite pleasedbut Two more names were added to -.a.... ..4<.*.. ... .".. .. S-.. ,.-. '-' '". ......- ...,.--
pet disappointed when Com- the squadron's roster when Rob- SEEK STARDOM James Morgan TDSN, 20-year-old, attached -
:3, to flight crew of the Wing
AirLant's results on squadron ert E. Sample, AMAA, and Ron to Fleet Airborne Electronics Unit Detachment Two, and
Commander's P2V-2 Neptune winner of last week's Jax area sea services talent eliminations, is
"354." I standings for the fiscal year were ald G. Littlejohn, AMAA, arrived flanked by the two runners-up. Morgan, a baritone singer, will

Transcfrs! include Carlzon P. disclosed. The Blackbirds were I aboard Wednesday. They reportedfrom represent Jax in the District contest to be held at Charleston, S.
second in Memphis, Tenn. with the winner going into the finals at New York.
McKenzie ALAN, to VP-10, at top attack squadron the C., Friday,
A left) pantomimist from AE School and
A ( ,
Emmet ,
Brunswick, Me., Fred A. Sender, Atlantic Fleet being topped only Comdr. William L. Nyberg ofVC33 James Fields, AMAN, (right) singer from 0 & R, will make the
AT3, to VP-45 tit Coco Solo, Canal by VC-105: of NAS Cecil Field. NAS Atlantic City, N. J., trip with Morgan as alternates. The nine best Navy acts will ap

Zone.. He had been TAD with the VA-105's: margin over the Blackbirds paid a two day visit to Lcdr. pear on the Ed Sullivan TV show in September.

Wing for six months as a stu > was a mere three points. James M. Nifong, VA-175 skipper --

dent assistant in the Wing radio The third place squadron finished in anticipation of a change Set Methods For VF-173 TO BE FIRST

hool. a full 22 points behind VA-45. of command in the, near future.
K The iquadron extends its According to reliable reports, ON EAST COAST TO
The lone checkout Is Fred D. sym- Tax On
Piboln, Jr., PH3, who returned to pathy to Ensign Larry Severanceon Comdr. Nyberg will succeed Lcdr. Listing RECEIVE FJ-3 FURY

ilvllKm life in Mississippi. the death of his father. Nifong as skipper. Another new weapon will

t We welcomed aboard John A. Lt- (jg) Kenneth S. Smith was Annuity PaymentMoney soon be added to the Fleet Air

VF172The Usina, AD1, from NATTC Jax, introduced to his new son last alloted to purchase pro Jacksonville air arsenal the

squadron wishes to welcome and Selmer O. Williamson, ADC week| Thomas Michael Smith tection for survivors under the Navy disclosed today.
named from NAS Patuxent River Lt. made his debut into the world, deduct
Aboard the following per new Annuity plan is not Sometime this fall, Fighter
sonnel who recently reported for Melvin S. Harder reported aboardTnanics weighing 7 lbs 7 oz.EQUPPED ible from your income tax, the Squadron 173 at NAS Jackson

duty: Ralph J. Andrich, ARC; ; _..... ... ....- Bureau of Supply and Accountshas ville will become the first East

Gary E. Beaver, AOAN; Gonxales announced. Coast Navy Squadron to receive

Munoz, AOAA; Hansford L. Gee, These sums, say the Bureau, North American Aircraft

AOAA; Thomas S. Nofs, SN; "" v ga are considered personal expensesand Corporation's deadly FJ-3

Homer Noxford, AOC, and A. B.Hynes do not effect the taxation Fury jet.

ADC. jiulLi: problem of personnel who take a Led by their squadron skipper

Clifford I L. Hanson, PNSN, took reduction in retired pay and put Lcdr. William R. McClen-

the l long hike to the separation ti: the money toward the annuity. don, 38 VF-173 officers and

enter this past week 4 { C men reported recently to the
The squadron welcomes back d Naval Air Test Center at Pa-
For survivor the taxation situation
Clay E. Covlngton, AMC. who reports tuxent River, Md. There theyare
S would be different, since
back for duty after spending s, >a studying and familiarizing
the Internal Revenue Service has
the last few weeks in the .. themselves with the sleek 1 ,
f ruled that survivors need only
hospital as a patient.A i id swept-wing Fury.
declare three percent of the total
squadron "all hands" party The Jesters are already tho-
cost of the annuity as "gross Income" -
was enjoyed by all who attendedthe roughly qualified for swept-
on their tax forms each
affair. For a year-and-a-
wing Jets.
and the balance of the an
Ail hands will'be looking for- # MC half now, they have been suc-
!r nuity each year is excluded from
ward to the coming "beer bust -g r cessfully flying their swept-
gross income until these exclusions
and ball game" on the last Frl- wing F9F Cougar jets to near
add up to the entire cost
section of the world.
ly every
of the annuity.It .

Civil Service works like this: If a retired

serviceman had deducted from

Has OpeningsThe his retired pay the sum of $2,000, Just Recently Out

the cost to the survivor wouldbe

,Bureau of Supplies and _-n mn _..m.n__ MiN considered as 2000. If the Of Flight School

Accounts, Washington, is seekingone FOR SURVIVAL-This conglomoratlon of gadgetsand dependent is entitled to $M a ,

General Supply Officer, GS- do-dads may be what you might find Ina, war surplus store month, or ?600 a year, under the Snares 'E'A
11 1, at $5940 per annum, in the sale. But to the Naval aviator it means a chance to live. Modeledby three per cent rule: she would Navy ,
Control Division, and Ensign Warner Fflug, of Attack Squadron 45, this pararaft con. declare three per cent of $2,000,
Inventory talner FK2 and Mae West life Jacket carry a diversified array of young Fleet Air Jacksonvillepilot
the total cost of the
one Systems Accountant, GS-9, survival equipment. If a Navy pilot is forced to bail out of his annuity, or out of
ten months
at $5060 per annum in the Special plane at sea or in some deserted area, this survival gear ran save $60 as taxable gross income for only
Projects Division. his life and enable him to signal for assistance that year. flight school was awarded his first

Standard Form 57 should be C a Navy "E" Tuesday.
official chan- Pilot May Look Uncomfortable, But . The remainder of the $540
forwarded through
During a brief ceremony at

nels,Accounts to Chief,,Bureau(Y21)) Room of Suppliesand 1054, Next To Actual Flying Skill A Pilot would ond and be third tax-free years.the The first fourth, 'sec- Hanger 114, Ensign Charles J.

Arlington Annex, Washington year $220 would be reported, and lIerda of Attack Squadron 45: ,

25, D. C.Other. Relies Most On His Survival Gear $380 excluded. Then the entire was presented the coveted "E" for
$GOO would be taxable yearly. his
civil service openings .excellence in rocket firing by
------ ----
for engineers, machinist, tool- to his survival gear one officer Comdr. William
survival to keep him alive. commanding ,
Navy pilot and his crew survivedon : gear sation of salt water; one water
makers, attorney advisor, and F. Krantz.
C C *>
to collect water from the
bag solar
water of the Pacific
Forester (Timber Management)
activities Ocean for 12 full days-and lateron The average flight survival still or to store rain water; The 22-year-old flier qualified
have been published at
for the award last week during
within the Sixth Naval Dis a Jap held island for six! gear a pilot takes with him on one sea water desalting kit; a
months. any flight consists of: A PK2 small VHF transmitter and receiver squadron competitive exercises at

trict. t Today that pilot; Comdr. William pararaft container that is divid used to keep contact with the Switzerland Target range. Fir-

f Krantz, commands his own ed into two sections, half of escue crews; life raft signals; a ing four rockets from his AD-6

attack squadron-the famed VA. which contains a one-man life first aid kit, and instructions for Skyraider attack bomber into a

Voluntary Donations 45 Blackbirds Of Jacksonville.One raft that can be easily inflatedby I using all of the above equipment. stationary target on the ground, I

Taken For Polio Fund of the staunchest advo- either an accompanying C02 Attached to the "Mae West" lIerda scored an average footerror :,

Canisters for the Emergency cates of pilot's survival gear, bottle or by mouth. The other life jacket are: two life vest dye of 19.5. The Navy qualifying

Polio Fund have been placedat Comdr. K ran t :z has learned half of PK2 contains two life'. markers; one compass; one signaling mark allows a 25-foot margin of ,

strategic locations around through experience the true value vest dye .m..-r1c.rfn.n:___! --..-. hriuhtlv Y mirror; one hunting knife; error. I

the Naval Air Station for the of this precious "life I8ving"cargo. colored "poncho" for protection one shark chaser, and one pocket For his outstanding score the

convenience of personnel who He has taken every painsto I from the sun and the elementsand flashlight. Blackbird pilot received a congrat-

wish to contribute. relay this information to aU also for recognition purposes; The pilot is also required to ulatory letter from Comdr.

All funds deposited will be pilots under his command. one signalling' mirror; two day wear a crash helmet; a "G" suit Krantz and earned the light to

on a strictly voluntary basis. t (orange) smoke flares; two night that prevents blacking out; a paint' an "E" beneath his nameon

"Sarvival apparatus has improved (red) burning flares; one radar canteen; goggles equipped with his squadron aircraft.

A peeelmlstic wife ia one who tremendously aver the comer. reflector; 100 feet of line. dark Polaroid lens for bright Ensign Ilerda won' his Naval

fuss pork chops cooked when her last 10 years," says Comdr. COne days, orange lens for dull days aviator's wings in Oct. 1053. Priorto

htwband eomt born from a flife Krantz. "Next to actual flying solar 4ill, capable of. util- and clear lens for night flying entering service he attendedthe

f.T trip. kin, s pilot relies! most 'on his luing! the sun's rays for canden- and oxygen mask University: oMIHnois.

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26 August, 1954 JAX AIR NEWS sage Five

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Little Frederick was saying hla

prayers one night. Ills mother !

tiptoed up and heard this gem

"And please make Tommy stop 1 1rM.

throwing things at me. By the ,.
way, I've mentioned this before." .
... ,
Thomas Macaulay, the famous

British historian, was only four ,
years old when a lady came up S 4'f

and asked him gushingly: "Did

00 hurt oo's bitty finger?" 4 Ake
"Madam he replied "the : : d.4IbiI }
agony 'S *. : :
. has slightly abated." ,__ S _

Said one girl tq another; "Whydo

you go out with that guy? He '
can't dance at all." S
: 1 r 3 3r
"You're right," her friend said. : %

he intermission!"
But, boy, can

Employer: "Have you had any I c /

Blonde Applicant (thoughtful

ly): "I had a funny one last


Ed: 'How did. Phil break his
leg?" S

Ted: "See those steps over

there?" _

Ed: "Yes." _

Ted: "Well, he didn't"


The young lover was trying

'hard, but the sweet young thing

was unimpressed. "Those lovely

soft hands," he sighed. "Your S Ar

warm lips. And those beautiful p
eyes! Where did you get those

"They came with my head."" w '" NMI/M r

t 1"'
__ .b
A naval. base is where the eail- t __ I'f

ors are full of life, happiness and _

the pursuit of liberty

Some women dress to killand
took the same way. ,. ...

She: "You beast! Where is your .

chivalry RESERVE CRUISE; PANORAMA-The sequence of photos above, which represent a 16,000-mile air cruise, Is nothing new .
He: "Oh, that. I traded it in in Navy annals, but it does mark the first time a Naval Reserve squadron has undertaken an overseas jaunt by air. The photo
on a Buick" montage above better tells the story of the recent "world" cruise of Patrol Squadron 741, of Naval Air Reserve Training Unit,
Jacksonville ((1)) P2V No. 198 Is shown at Gibraltar, during a forced landing; (2)) Greeting the Weekend Warriors in Port Lyau-
tey was this plane director aboard his camel. The "Follow me" sign Is In English and Arabic' (3) Capt. John I.. Counihan (left)
'Attack Squadron skipper of NARTU Jax and Comdr. Charles Rogers, (right) skipper of VP-741 meet with Vice Adm. Josquin Alvrs Perlera le
Fonseca, commandant general of the Portuguese Navy; 4)) John Cooke, ADZ; William McMillan, AIl,' and Hubert Arreiulale,
AT2, stroll through ancient Moslem ruins in Rabat, French Morocco; (5)) Sticking up through the overcast is! Mt. Pico, In the
Accepts Last Of Azores; ((6)) George Keene, AOU1, and Josef Juvik, AL1, eye one of the ancient skeletons of the Crusaders found in St. Paul's
Catacombs on Malta; ((7)) Upon arrival in London the Warriors were greeted by Adm. John Cassady, Commander in Chief Eastern
Atlantic-Mediterranean, and former ComFalrJax; (8)) At Port Lyautey the crew is greeted by a ship of the desert, his driver and
AD-6 two "fatlmas"; ((9)) Members of the squadron visit the Acropolis and Parthenon at Athen, Greece; ((10)) These VP-741 men pauseto
SkyraidersMaintenance look over some of Great Britain's Met Fleet anchored at Malta; ((11)) Lt. David Middleton views the elite Palace Guard at
Buckingham Palace, London; ((12)) Reunion in Lisbon, Portugal brings together NARTU personnel and Portuguese sailors who
crews of Attack trained at Jax last year. Joseph Piva, (cecond from left) and Lt. Joe Robey, (right) command liaison officer at NARTU, confer with
Squadron 45 today accepted the "old friends." Piva acted as interpreter during the Portuguese men's stay In Jax.

last of 16 new AD-6 Skyraiders --

that have been arriving here Over 8,000 Officers
since last May to replace thatsquadron's PPCs And Crews Of VP-5 Put
For Rank Hike
old AD-4 attack bombers. Okayed
Eight thousand four hundredand Throu2h Grind Bv ORI Teams

All but two of the AD4-'s were eight temporary Navy lieu- I I
shipped for Jacksonville to Over- tenants and lieutenant com- It was "exam" time again last positions and alertness of look-

haul and Repair departments at manders have been made eli- week when Fleet Air Wing Eleven outs, and he, made note of the

NAS Quonset Point, R. I, and gible for permanent appoint- staff officers held an Operational efficiency and completeness of '
Attention Chiefs and Master
Readiness inspection (ORI) of
NAS Alemeda, Call!. ment in grade through passageof the navigator's plotting.
Patrol Squadron 5, one of t h ewing's Sergeants.
According. to Lt. Kenneth Tri the act affirming permanent Before the Neptunes landed at
under the 1941 six submarine-hunting pa- There will be a dinner danceIn
bou, squadron maintenance officer promotions the end of the day-long examination -
Act. trol squadrons. honor of Capt. John S. Thach,
"the chief difference betweenthe Temporary Promotions the observers put the pilots
Commanding Officer of the Na-
confirmedby After climbing into their P2V
Their names were
two Skyraiders is that the through three emergency drill
after been Neptune bombers and getting air- val Air Station, Jacksonville, to
the Senate having
newer version has more and bet- conditions such as "bail out",
Senate Armed borne the VP-5: Patrol Plane be held at the CPO Club Saturday -
approved ,by the '
ter electronics equipment. "crash landing", "fighter attack",
Five-hundred heavier Services Committee. The act Commanders (pilots) and their 'I' "loss of hydraulic system", etc. night Aug. 28, at 2000.
pounds Chiefs and Master
affirmed the temporary promotion crews went through the paces Sergeantsdiess
than the AD-4, the new attack Grading System is optional, ladies semiformal. -
of 17,750 officers in these under the critical eyes of FAW-11
bomber also is equipped with an grades, all of whom had ad- officers who rode as observers.The During crew briefings, thePPC's .
I intricate ADF (Air Direction Bob Me.tit AOC
received Fasron 109, '
grade scores for
vanced during the Korean war observers, one in each
: Finder). The.ADF is a "homing"device is the new club secretarytreasurer.
that ability to instill interest and
period. The new law says Neptune, checked the skill of thePPC'
used to direct pilots to a He is relieving Bob
enthusiasm in their crews. Pilot Jory
their I temporary promotionsshall and crews with regard to
, specific location or landing field. who is awaiting orders.
if briefings and debriefings also Congratulations -
be in all respects as accuracy of firing rockets, num-
,With the arrival of the AD-6's, are in order for Jory for
they had been made under the bers of gunnery hits, accuracyand were Judged.
I VA-45's ordnance electronics de- a job well done for the past two
Officer Personnel Act. procedure in dropping sono- Other war-like exercises VP-5:
partments training
inaugurated new -
buoys and laying mines, and procedure personnel experienced during the
programs to check out aircraft -
loading teams. Judge: "Will you tell the court in utilizing radar photography second day examination included readiness to carry out Its mission ,-
After each test was com- I fire drills and Atomic, Biological accuartely and efficiently
Despite the tremendous amount what passed between you and '
of pleted, the observer graded his and Chemical (ABC) warfare defense during time of actual war.
work entailed In the switch "
the ?
of squadron aircraft, Blackbird your wife during: critique sheet attacks. VP-5's: last ORI was in th *

pilots still managed to average Defendant: "A flat iro., a rolling Close Check The ORI', held periodically on middle of April.

better than 1,000 flight hours pin, six plates! end a tea Throughout the flight of each each FAW-11 patrol squadron, Lt Gene Tenold, Wing flight

since last May. kettle" ]Neptune, the observer checked are designed to sample the unit's I officer, Is inspection coordinator( ,


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Page Six JAX AIR NEWS 26 August, 1954

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Varsity Men Due Reserves Cop :-- Vr

For Idle MomentsFor ,r TME-OUT|

the first time in a year

Jtx Navy varsity athletics Fourth PlaceTitle With Gordon RobbieA
have come to a complete halt

Closing: of the Sixth Naval glance at the Senators'

District Baseball Tournamentput roster in NAS Jax Round-

an end to the last remain. In Robin golf play brings I to _

Ing competition Play light the name of Pete Gus-

Softball play ended week li anas.
Naval Reserve took fourth Old-timers around the station
as did outdoor swim r
ming place in the D u val l County may remember Pete, stationed
competition. Varsity activity
will resume temporarilywhen Softball Tournament to( lead here in the years Immediately

the skeet team enters the all service entries; in the an- following World War II. He reappeared -

National Skeet nual post-season tourney concluded > on the local scene last
Tourney at Wa-
terford, Mich., next week. Monday.Paced ... I stiF1 month after two years at NAS
by the three-hit pitching
The Gitmo.
varsity picture will be -
of Carl Harrell and the hitting of
more or leas stagnant, how Pete Armes Riverside __ An avid golf enthusiast, It
ever, until the boxing and bas Presbyter- hasn't taken Gushaiia long to
Ian defeated the Reservists
in a ..
ketball squads make their debut get reacquainted with the spadou
bid for third
in October. place, 124. i NAS link. He holds aflinahandicap
Armes knocked out five hit In
and was a member -
five trips, including two home of the Gitmo links team.

runs. Joe Holland, Dick Carroll
Gus he to be called,
as prefers
AFPS SPORTS and Bill Willis all toiled on the
served as president of the CPO
mound for the victims. !
LISTENS TO "DULL"- Sulo Gran pith (left) of Aviation Mess and commissioner of the
In quarterfinal play, the Presbyterians Ground Officers
Roundup School Support, listens to Carroll "Bull" GIN NAS interdivislon softball league
dumped Fasron Six, 3-2, Christ, as the former gets ready for some practice licks pointing
to the NATTCenter intramural boxing next month. Gil- while at the Cuba base. lie coach.
pushing across the clincher in the program
By Armed Forces Press Service final inning. Harrell and Christ, of NAS Special Services, a widely known Florida boxer, ed both the station softball and
Two prominent sports personalities losing tears a willing hand to newcomers to the squared circle In work- basketball squads.
hurler. Vic Ciepilnskl each issued outs at Price Natatorium gym.
will walk down the aisle only three hits A commissary steward chief,

early next year. They are Norman O & R EliminatedIn I i Gus holds a fine reputation of

llrlnker, J03, stationed at earlier games, Naval Reserve I serving excellent chow. At Guantanamo -

the San Diego Naval Training came from behind in the late innings he supervised the enlist

to stop NATTCenter 2.1, ed men's galley.
Center, Calif., and tennis
queen The Reservists pushed home the A native of Lijrerne, Pa., Gus
MaurwMi "IJUIe Mo" Connolly.i btrx .!
y v to settle in Florida after
winner in the sixth frame as Bob plans

Brinker, formerly a member of lanbury reached on a two-base retirement with his wife and three

the U. S. Olympic Equestrianteam error and scored on Willis' sin children.

now specializes in the Triathlon gle.Police In hit last tenure on the local

and Pentathlon events. Department also came scone, Gus piloted the' NASVaes

from behind to eliminate 0 & R, \ to championship- in woft-
Pvt. Wayne Moore, who finished
76. The losers piled up six runs boll and basketball.
sixth in the 400-meter swimming
In the lead-off and held Station Links Named As
event in the 1952 Olympics and inning a *

was a member of the victorious 1-2 lead entering the sixth frame Another sports figure return.

800-meter relay team, feels right Win In Seventh ing to the Jax area is golfer

at home at Camp Chaffee, Ark. Before the side was retired, the Two-Ball SiteThe Bill Foulk. A top name on the

Moore, captain of the 1953 Yale winning Badgers had scored four Tourney NAS course for four years, Foulk

swimming team, is a life guardat times to tie it up. Payoff marker recently checked back aboard the

Chaffee's swimming pool. came in the seventh on an infield station golf course, with its 6,593 yards of far- station, with Fasron 109.

Four prominent professional single sacrifice and an error reaching fairways, troublesome traps and gloss coated Foulk was a member of the Key

pigskin greats have been called: John Chi t t Y and Ed Co them greens, will be host for second-round play in the first annual West team in last year's Sixth

Into the Air Force to meet ROTC formed the winning battery while City Mixed Two-1Jall Tournament! ) Sunday, Oct. 3. I Naval District links tourney held
Phil Quandt and Jack Russell Hyde rant win oe me scene for
obligations They are the former Supply, or at the golf shack. I here He led the Island City combine
toiled for the 0 & R crew. qualifying and first round play
to fourth finish.
I a place
Kentucky Ail-American V11 oBabe" The event is being sponsored
In the week's opening action, with Oct. 2 being the deadline for i
Parilll of the Green Bay by the Jacksonville Amateur It's safe to say that Foulk will
I. Fasron Six earned its to the completing initial matches. I
Packers, Don Stelnbrunner of the way Golf Association, of which I the be in the thick of contention for -
round of eight by subduing South- Following the round at NAS,
Cleveland Browns, Dirk DaughPorty station course is a member.A I a berth on Jax Navy's 6ND representative .
side Baptist, 113. Cieplinskl llm- those still in the running will con-
of the Los Angeles Rams and meeting of the association next month
ted the church nine to three bin. test the third round at Municipal I
Philadelphia Eagle 1 star Tom will be held at the golf shack, *
gles. the week of Oct. 9. The finals
tlrookfthire. Thursday, Sept. 9, at 1230. Dr. I POP FLIES; St. Louis Cardinal
will be staged at the new Beau-
Olympic diving champion Maj. Charles Hillyer, Tlmuquana, president rookie first-baseman Joe Cun
clerc course, Oct. 10.Outside .
Duo Leads Jax
Sammy Lee' USA, last year's NavyIn of the group, will preside. ningham was at the initial sack
of the qualifying
winner of the James E. Sullivan I for the Ft. Jackson Golden Ar-
Miami Tank Meet round, all round will be heldon
Memorial Award as the outstanding rows last year.Incidentally.
a match play basis, with selected Wave CagersOrganize
amateur athlete,' will make a The Jax Navy boys' swimmingteam drives the Jackson

three-month tour of fared well in the State ,
For those with championship Golden Arrows recently becamethe
Junior Meet at Miami For
Southeast Asian countries. Olympics
Maj. flight ambitions, Sunday, Sept Eagles. Henceforth all athletic
last weekend.
Lee, currently with the 121st
teams from the South Car.
16 has been set for qualifying,
Evacuation Hospital in Korea, Al Alexander earned a second with lower contestants New SeasonDon't olina fort will UM the new'
plans to hold clinics and give place finish in the 100-yard breast- flight nickname

diving exhibitions on his tour. stroke and third in the 100-yard posting scores any time duringthe look now, but Winter's
The Interservice Baseball Tourney
week to that time.
butterfly, Icy((1)) blasts will soon be uponus.
JUy Ragelis, an AFPS Basket-
station will bt held at Kit Carson
All personnel may en
Owen Camel placed second in .
trail All-Star for the
past Stadium, Camp Carson, Colo., Sep
ter. Entry blanks can be ob-
and took is the announcement
the 200-yard freestyle An early sign -
seasons while at Ft. Lee, Va., has
tember 2324. The Interservice LIthe
been appointed cage coach at fourth spot in the 200-yard individual tained from Comdr Frank Heyer, calling for Jax Navy Waves
World Series of service base
FAW-11 or Lcdr Lou Brozo, NAS
Lake Forest College in Illinois medley. basketball candidates. Coach ball.

Frank Reagan, Vlllanova's new Matt Kurilich has'called a meet-

bead football coach, was a Ma : Ing of prospective players todayat Little Creek Amphibs, All-Navy
i1TT' 1630 in Barracks 722. baseball finalists here last year,
Corps captain during WWII. : ;
I again favored to cop Atlantic
Ffe. Lawrence" Ginsberg, a trophy PLANS TillS season are to
Fleet honors. Self's nine
: Pappy
winner in many eastern seaboard combine the NAS and NATTCenter
has a 44.17 record.
equestrian events before enteringthe sextets to play in the Wom '

Army, is the only American I en's City League. Plenty of cage *

member of the Bamberg Hunt talent is available among Wavesin In its first try at America's national -

Club in Germany. the two commands. game, a team of English

A pre-season traveling scheduleis boys defeated a small fry nine

also under consideration for from the U. S. Air Base at Mil.
Civilian Women Set
the Wave basketballers.More denhall, Eng., 18-3.
Keg League Opener cool weather news: Bob Hartman, familiar to Jax

BEGINNING Sept. 15, entries Navy basketball fan, recently
Thursday, Sept. 2, has been set
: x er. will be accepted for teams wish position with Dupont
M the date for opening action
x ing to enter the NATTCenter in- High School coaching staff.
in the NAS Civilian Women's
tramural bowling league. WM player-coach of
Bowling League for the 1954-55 r a
Ft. Jackson's
No definite date has been announced I quintet
eason. -
for the start of competition About a month from today several

All civilian women aboard the but matches will be held college football teams will be

station are invited to register for evenings at 1930. Defending out of the undefeated class .

participation In'this league. The champion is Airman PreparatorySchool. makes you realize Summer It

circuit will roll at the Riverside about over.

Alleys. .. .u.. . Dick Kazmaler, former Prince

Additional information can be WAITING FOR FISHERMEN-This row of motors, In charge Waitress; "This is your fifth ton gridiron All-American, was

obtained by contacting Jo Duf- of William "Tex" Goodson, PRC, is available for anglers at the Special cup, sir. .:You must like coffee. due to enter Naval service this

fek, ext. 718.MatchM Services Fish Shack. The motors are one of the many fine Diner: *'I sure do. that's why month. Kazmaier, a triple-threat
features of this Special Services facility Each weekend finds the
will be held Thursday rack empty as personnel take advantage of North Florida's fishing I'm willing to drink all this water man, was heading for OCS at

evenings at '1945. areas. to get a little of it." Newport, R. I.
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26 August, 1954 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven .

Playoff SpotsAt Yanks, Giants Set

Stake In Early Pace In

Sally LeagueThe 4V Novel Links PlayClose

Jacksonville Braves, In the V t S competition remained the ,

midst ef a pennant scramble\ embark vogue as second week's play in

on the final home stand of the newly-formed N\A S Jax

the regular season\ with a thiee- Round-Robin Golf Tourney came'to

game series against the Savannah a close at the station links.

A's tomorrow through Sun All matches contested last week

day at the local ball park were settled by a 2-1 score withno

Following the three-game stand, team able to achieve a clear-

the clubs move to Savannah for cut lead over the bulk of the

three contests In the Georgia city field.

Tonight at the Myrtle A\e. The Cards tipped the Phillies,
enclosure", the home-slander AMERICAN LEAGUUE LINKSTEKS small segment of the llnksters on the roster of teams Giants outlasted the Redlegs and
entered in the NAS lax Round-Robin Golf Tournament, the dozen duffers In this group all belong
close out a five-game; stand with to clubs in the American League. The golfers were caught in a restful pose prior to the second weekof the Braves toppled the Dodgersin
the Columbus Cardinal. Game action in the novel tourney. Pictured left to right) are Hal Allison White Sox; O. Z. Williams the National League.
time is 2000. h Indians; Bob Page, Unite Sox; John Wofford Red Sox; E. L. Fish Fred Burkhead, Joe Upsets Recorded
Jackie Price, famed baseball Westerman, all of the Indians; Jim Skipper, Tigers; Ed Fox, Yanks; Lennie Heron, Milt\ Hurst, both Several upsets came a cropper,
of the Tigers, and Jim Lyons, Yanks.
clown, will perform before the including the upset win ef Dob
start of tonight's game. Davies and Guido Ruscetta of
Top four finishers in the Sail)' Supply Looms As I II Sfceefmen Set Sights For Nationals I the Redlegs over the Giant duo

League will clash next week in I I Dill Arthur member of the The Jax: Navy team, fast of Harry Webb and Ed Barnes

the Shaughnessy Playoffs. In addition Title Threat In Southeastern championship Jax gaining country-wide recognition Another upset came when Roy

to Jacksonville and Savan- Navy skeet team, will be shoot will aim for the national Isaman and Lew Chaff, Braves!,

nah, Macon and Columbia are expected Center Golf Loop ; ing against other state title. crown. Arthur U a member of knocked over Lou Brozo and Casey .

to make the playoffs. bearers irf* the Champion of the five-man squad, captainedby Maze, Dodger mainstays,
I Three team are tied for the .
Champions shoot at the National Francis "Gunner" Smith. Lead
top spot in the NATTCenter intramural -
Skeet Championships at Other team members are In the American League, the
Leaders Lose In golf league as play enters
Waterford, Mich, next week Titus Harris of Fasron 109, Senators edged the Tigers, Red
Vets' Keg Loop the and final stage next Wednesday Arthur won high gun hon Ken Pendergras NARTU and Sox: tipped the.Indians while the

The leaders were defeated In Friday. ors and the Class AA crown Joe Hayman, of NATTCenter. Yankees toppled the White Sox.

Veteran's League bowling competition Airman I Preparatory School at the Southeastern meet, thin Smith also' )halls from NATT- Pete Gushanas, L. D. DiVkson,

as play in the heated surged last Friday by taking ; earning his way into the Center while Arthur I is with Chuck Schroder and Capt. Nor-
three points from Special Services
circuit neared the finish last Champion of Champions event, VF22. man Helfrich of the Senators
while Supply captured three :
week at Springfield Alleys were too much for the Tiger! .
matches by the forfeit route from -
League-leading Gators were II The Red Sockers were led by

beaten, 2-1, by the Joker Five Administration No. One. Slated In HAS Harry Harty and Joe Wetterman.
In other activity NAWS School Meetings
with second place Cohen Biotheis Bill Foulk-Bill Shoalts and Jim
and Administration No. Two tiedWeek's .
missing a chance to gain Lyons and Ed Fox were combi

by dropping 121 decision to Slate nations that won for the Yan ,
Neat week's schedule: Fall IM
VC62.As Sports ProgramCompetition kees.
Wednesday AO-A School vs
a result of the win, VC- UAfin; :
Supply, NAWS School vs Special Trim W J. Pet:
62 pulled within one game of giants 5 J 5.43
Services and AN-P School vs Ad- in the Mainside intramural) fall sports 'ards 4 2 ,661'
second place and three notches
from the top upot. ministration No. Two. gram-volleyball, touch football and bowling-has been PI'O-I Rratea Redlegs/ ,1 3 1.1 .,5(6)gpe I

Fiiday-NAWS School vs, AN. tatively scheduled, for a mid-September i start. nodl/fll/ 2 4 .:tl:1: :
In other action, the N A 17- tills
:i .Uil
Deadline for entries in all three 1.I.A(11'I
P School and Administration No. AMY-Hlf'AN '
: :
Center Marines downed Jacksonville ous NAS and Fleet activities
Two Administration I spoils is next Thursday) Sept. 2, Team W J. re'.
No. One.
vs. for the Yankees 4 :2 ,f'oti1f'n8Iol1
Terminal, 2-1, I Organizational meetings
Sahus Nail OneFtiday's at 0900. Special Services is now ,1 J .!yip
+ three sports have been announcedby TJRera ;.1 J I .!it)10
sending out entry forms '
results: Lelnaar tAN- :.. : Intramural Director Frank Red Soar .1:1 .Sn0! )
White Sor 3 3 .500! )
Crippled Beavers P) def. Dawson (SS), 3-up; Coo- McCaffiey. Each unit entered in Indiana 2 ._4 .3\J: .
f AN.P) def. SS), Links
ley Hampton ( ComFair any or all sports should'! send a .
1-up; Fish (AN-P) def. Jackson representative, :

- Hold Respect t iSS), Burton (SS) won by de Tilt Set Monday A meeting; of volleyball J entrant r \ SH l

fault. I will be held at 0930
Linksterti hopeful of landing a
In I Fleet TourneyThe Magaddmo
Strader (( lp, Lade, Cox ComFair Jax Golf Tournament, Ices conference room, Building t : 4CH Pc
Fasron 109 Beavers, holders
and Wilhorn (Sup,) won by de 30 the 930. ;
August completed qualifying
of six
: championships, are it
fault. I round this at the Organizational meetings for .... ..- ..J.. 'I' "''''''''''''
seeking the Atlantic Fleet dia morning. : : : ---.r.---. ... -:.-..-..:.. --J
dem Salvus (A-Two) def Holden NAS course touch football and boiling will The final rule of the current

in at the Fleet tourney thisweek (NAWS), 1-up; Walling (NAWS) I Results were not available at be held.. Friday, Sept 3, at 0930 series of golf etiquette tips stress

Key West def. Hewett (A-Two), 2-up; Cole- and 1100, repecthely.It es rules in force during certain
No press time. Five top finisherswill
word has been jeceived
man (NAWS) def. Tolliver (A- Is practically mandatory that crowded hours at the station links
from the site but the lo- Fleet Air Detachment
tourney Two), 5-up, Swift (A-Two) def i represent units expecting to enter the fall RULE SIXTEENa.

eat entry, AliLant representatives Downing (tNAWS), 1up.STANDINGS Jax in next week's Com sports program should be represented During certain hours (no*
were given a better than I
Fair Jax event. at these meetings. Poor comes are not permitted. Also at
even chance to enter tomorrow's Tram ) 1.
final round. AO-A School .. .. ............... 8 I Qualifiers from Fleet Air De- attendance has marked many timer you are not permitted U

The tourney marks the finish vupplv! School;j.::::::::::::::::::: 8NAVtS 8 tachments at Cecil Field, Sanford, such meetings in the past. !tart front No. 10 tee'

for the Beavers this season. The Special School Serllcea. ... :::::::::::::::: feANP 5 Key West and Glynco are also The three sports make up the b. A Dingle player at no Um
Administration! Two ............ 2 I fall leg of Iron Man Trophy com- has a standing and should give
to the
Fasronites, aided by the strong Administration One ............. 2 epected pursue crown. petition. The Iron Man race servesas to a match of kind.

"*rm of chunker Don Glidewell, ___ ,.__ ........"".. .".......__ .... .... .. .' _",YA, .. .. -- an added inducement for teamsin way C. any
have strung up an amazing record Mainside! intramural play.

of 37 wins and four losses, This system has, in the twoandahalf -
Fleet competi years since its incep

tion. e r thin, fostered more competitive

Mainside Champ spirit among the also-rans and

Three of the quartet of defeats have-nota..""There has been far less Another in a weekly feature

came in City League play. The forfeiting of games by teams hopelessly that brings to life performanceson

Beavers swept both ends of the ( jr % mired deep in the standing the Naval Air Station sports

split City loop season. Every unit finishing the season scene from dusty Issues of the

Other loss was administered by In any sport rocI'4u.1t point. Jax' Air News.

VX-3 in the opening round of comparable to its final position TEN TEARS: AGO TODAYAn

AirLant tourney play at Quonset in the league, that go toward eight-game schedule was

Point, R. I. Fasron 109 went on the Iron Man Trophy. announced for the 1944 all-sta-

to win the title. B MHO, ten point per man are tion varsity football team, by

Added to this are championships given to every team that finishes Lcdr. L. E. "Jap" Haskell,

in the Mainside Intramural t the schedule Personnel of Physical'! Training Officer of

circuit, Jax. Navy competition, competing units at'tIn an officials NAS. In a pre-practice survey -
ComFalr Jax: Softball and baseball 160 candidates claimed
provide 2 point for their
crowns and the City. League toga. s.I respective outfits! high school or college pigskin

Lack Catcher Another intramural rule allows experience

Making up the squad are: Ralph Y a unit 500 points for each athlete FIVE YEARS AGO TODAY
Bennett, Gene Clifford Glidewell, 'The Jax Navy baseball squad,
on a varsity squad and 100 for
coach Ed Connell, Whitey Ball, w'Yv',1 AirLant champion, lost An the
Waldrop Hammac, Linwood Gray, each additional. final round of the Atlantic

Gene Herrman and Gerry Thomas I A new trophy has been put up Fleet tourney at Norfolk, drop

The local entry Is crippled for ,,.- -- for grabs, the oilginal silver having ping an 8.3 decision to Little

Fleet competition with the loss "RUN OUT OF FINGERS?"-Asks Nick Proscia, Fasron 109 been .retired Creek
last week of catcher Nick Proscia, catcher, as he counts the fingers held up by ace hurler Don Glide-' permanently by NAS Miami lout out in the
recipient of sea duty orders. When well. Each digit<< and there are MX, represents a diamond title won Fasron Six. The Banshees gainedthe finals of the AiiLant Softball
the Beavers embarked for Key by the Beavers this season. The Beavers, without Proscia, are necessary four wins on successive -
!seeking crown No. 7 In the Atlantic Fleet tourney this week at tournament at Norfolk, losing
Went, Connell was searching fora Key West. Prrnria left, last week for a new duty ,station. He's the attempts. VP-18 currently to the USS Roosevelt, 41.
replacement, second catcher to be lost by Fa ron 109 this season holds one leg on the new trophy.


Eight JAX AIR NEWS 26 August 1954amm1D

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t-.' ; ':?i7i :':. ",. MOVIESMAINSIDE

FOR RENT a Thursday, August 26

3 Bdrin, house on Fisherman's j-ff, EPI Little Robinson Caesar................?Edward a.

Creek. Lease $110. Ph. 88-7133,'

Lcdr. Burten. Friday, August 21 .
Captain Kldd and the
Sleeping Rm. for couple or 2
men, Slave Girl:..................Eva Gabor
2689 Pine St. Ph. Mrs. Scharle,
Saturday, August 28
2-9804 after 4 P.M.
Mind With an

2 bdrm. unfurn. house, $90. 1814 Open Door............Richard Arlen
Fair St. Phone 2-9793. NATTCENTER

3, bdrm. Fairfax Manor. Ph. Thursday, August 26

2-3748. Naked Alibi.....?.Sterling Hayden

4 rma. and bath, 2859 Herschell, Friday, August 27

Mrs Clark. ? w- ,r S >t Little Caesar.................Edward G.
: Ze & $ \ a Robinson
2 bdrm. home furn. 4761' Ulmer
wkt Saturday, August 28
Ave. Ph. 880633. "
Captain Kidd and the

3 rim apt. unfurn. 3613 Walsh Slave Girl..................Eva Gabor
St. Ph. 2-0240, Mrs. Emory. HOSPITAL

3 rm. furn. apt. 4502 Irvington Thursday, August 26

Ave. 8-6768, Carney. ...a. .rcM 1. ______m____ A Bullett Is

2 bdrm. unfurn. home, $75. 1261 GO UP THE LADDER-Capt. John S. Thach, NAS command Waiting .....?.........Gene Simmons
ing officer, presents three Overhaul and Repair department em-
Woodruff Ave Ph. 3-1957 Friday, August 27
Master Mechanic with official forms them to the of
:Mitts. ployees advancing high rating Naked Alibi..........Sterling Hayden
Master Mechanic. At the same time, Daniel Whiddon was namedto

5 rm. furn. bungalow, 2919 Doric To 3 AtOverhaulRepair the newly authorized civilian post of production superintendent. Saturday, August 28
Ave. Ph. 2-5224. Ratings Left to right are: Capt. Wellington T. Hines, 0 & R officer; Mind With an

Jerome Porwoll and Charles Hart, new master mechanics; Captain Open Door............Richard Allen
3 rm. furn. apt. 4465 Beverly St. Thach; Whiddon, and Claude Cribbs, also master mechanic. .

Ph. 2-0783, Gordon Study of Gems BeckonsTo

Furn. Apt. 2652 Myra St. Ph. Three Naval Air Station employees SAFETYBox
Retiring: OfficerNo
7-6536, Wood. .have reached the top of
Score longer will it be "rules of
1 rm. for 1 or 2 men. Ph. 88- the ladder jobwise.
9222 Harris. the road" for Lcdr. William C.
Promotions of Jerome F. Por'oll Disabling InJurleThrough Keeline, but rather the study of

3. bdrm.' cottage on Kingsley Lake, Charles G. Hart and ClaudeII. Tuesday, Aug. 24 gems and precious stones as the
$55. 1 mi. south Strickland's This Month 2
Cribbs, to the rating of Master former assistant training officerof
fish Ph. 8-4461.
camp. This Year 10 Aviation Electricians Mate

.4. rm. apt. 2626 Myra St. Ph. Mechanic, recently authorizedby Days Since Last (Personnel are invited to visit School retires Sept. 1 from the

7-8516, Cowart. the Bureau of Aeronautics, Isan Lost-Time Accident 12 the USO Service Men's Club at Navy after 30 years service.

6 rm. Furn. Apt. 2636 Myia St. accomplishment of long years GIRGABOAMAUGUST 37 W. Monroe St. The air conditioned Enlisting in 1924 as an apprentice -

Ph. 7-8516, Cowart. of progressive experience and re- SAFETY SLOGAtf club is open from 0930 to seaman at $21 a month

3 rm. eff. apt. 823 Ingleside Ave. ponsiblllty. "Long Chances Shorten 2330 daily.) Lcdr Keeline advanced throughthe

Ph. 2.2571, Morgan. Porwoll and Halt stalled their ... Lives"'Remember Thursday, August 198:00'P.M.Open : rating to Warrant Machinistin

6 rm. furn. brick home. 836 Hamilton this slogan-It House; 8:15: P.M., orchestra 1942. In May, 1943, he was
careers with the Navy as journeyman
Ave. Ph. 2-9985, Parker. means money. dance with the NATTCenter Ser- commissioned an Ensign.In .

Will share home with couple or aircraft mechanics, while enaders. (This group is a weekly 1945: when the carrier USS

rent home and occupy one bdrm. Cribbs began as a trainee air feature at the club.) Hancock was hit for the third

Ph. 2-8632, 4461 Beverly Ave. craft mechanic, and through their Seek Personnel For Friday, August 20-6:30: P.M. time off Formosa he was wound

6 rm. house furn. 4461 Beverly ability and high standings in.competitive Recruiting Duty Cafe Italiano, Spaghetti ,Supper; ed and received the Purple Heart.

Ave. Ph. 2-8632, Eivy. i promotion examinations 8:00 P.M., to be announced. He plans to attend gemology
Requests for recruiting dutyare school in London after the first
3 rm. furn. apt. in Murray Hill. have reached the pinnacle for desired from eligible per- Saturday, August 21 10:00: of the .
Ph. 8-1760, Ballentine. their trades. sonnel. The Bureau of Naval A.M., Open House all day'f; 8:00:

3 rm. furn. garage apt. $75. 2601 aReorganization Personnel is particularly seek P.M., Record Hop.

Park St. Ph. 8.2770, Houston of the production -
ing yeomen and personnel men Sunday, August 22-10:00: A.M. WIVES
5 rm furn. lower flat, 2509'Forbes group of the Overhaul and
in pay grades E-6 and E-7 in Dunking Roundtable, free coffee .
St. Ph. 7-4738 Repair department by BuAer, resulting -
George. order to build up present waiting and donuts; 11:00: Off to Church;
2 rm. upper, 2511 Forbes St. Ph. In approval for three CORNERAt
lists. 12:30: Vesper Service and refresh-
7-4737 Master Mechanics ratings, also
George. Those who apply must be ments; 8:00: Movies. the last meeting held Aug.
Furn. Eft. Apt. Riverside, 2215 created a top civilian position of up
for shore duty, and should sub Monday, August 23-Ping Pong 18, Helen Hoagland, Club Chap
River Blvd. Ph. 2-8209, John- production superintendent.
mit requests to Chief of Na- instructions with Frank Puskas; lain, gave a report on the Hospital
son. I The duties of this position have
val Personnel Attn 8:00 Ward Party, which was a
( : Pers- : Skating at Skateland, reduced -
Furn. Apt. 2831 St. Johns Ave. been assumed by Daniel R. Whld
B61)), 'via commanding officer rates. Club closed until 5:00: great success.
Ph. 2-9954, Barrs. don, who formerly held the only
and in accordance with BuPers P.M. Elsie Rose, Secretary, read the
Couple wanted to share home with Master Mechanic rating alloted call to the National Convention,
Inst. 1306-20A and 13361A.
Tuesday, August 24-8:00: P.M.,
Navy wife. Ph. 8-4673, 8-6269 toO&R.
clearly outlining the work cut out
Personnel should state three
night. 2948 W. 10th St., Kemp. Capt. John S. Thach, NAS commanding choices of duty, indicating city Game Night.Wednesday. for the Navy Wives Clubs of

FOR SALE officer, who delivered the and state preferred. August 25-8:00: P. America, Inc. Nell DeLoach has

2 bdrm. C.B.S. Home, full O. I. i official promotion forms in cere- M., Good TV, Fights and Wres been appointed Credentials Chair-

loan, 3428 Rodney Lane. Ph. monies last week, extended his tling. man for this year's Convention.
9-3460 after 6 P.M. C. II. Paul. a a
personal congratulations to each Elma Everoski, Parlimentarlan,
2 bdrm. CBS. home, G.I. loan. of the men, and his appreciationfor The Daytona Plaza Hotel, located submitted her resignation. Thera

3668 Calla Dr. Ph. 98-8451 their contribution to the efficient directly on Daytona Beachis Ring was nominated and electedto
nites, Matchett. operation of the station. offering a 25 percent discountto fill this vacancy.

2 bdrm. C"BS.: home, $54 per mo. a w members of the Armed Forces. Delegates from Club 86 to the

6241 Shirley Ave. Ph. 880229. Also present was Capt. Welling : l x Discount applies to rooms and National Convention were chosen.

2 bdrm. home F.H.A. loan, terms., food. You can wear uniform or They are: Harriet Weir, Chair
ton T. Hines, 0 & R officer, who
769 N. Edgewood. Ph. 88-8914,, remarked that in all of his experience present ID cards. man of the Delegation; Ruth

Woolworth. with industrial organizations a a Reese, June Hoover, Helen Hoag

3 bdrm. brick house F.I I.A. loan. Cathedral Parish in St. Augus land, Marge Bradley, Nancy
he had never had<, the opportunity -!
5583 Shorewoatt Rd. Ph. 88-0038 tine invites all servicemen and
to witness the promotion Lohr, BUll Heard, Sue Clinton,
Adams. their families to visit its Service.
of one Master Mechanic, let Ruth Fuhrman, Mildred Lindseyand
3 bdrm. CBS. home, F.HA. loan. alone three.Whiddon men's.. Club. The club is locatedat Mary Williams.A .

$850 for equity, 4822 Wheeler the Lyceum, two and onehalfblocks contribution was voted to the
who transferred to
Ave. Ph. 2-8458, Meller. south of the Post Officeon i Emergency Polio Fund.
NAS Jax in 1941, has held the
3 bdrm. CBS. home. G.I. loan. St. George St. I .
responsible rating of Master Mechanic
5281 Camille Ave. Ph. 2.1929, Each Saturday the club is openat
since Jan. 19, 1949. \a,4t MobileContinued
Lcdr. Wooley. 1930. There is a free snack
MISCELLANEOUSRiders bar and dancing from 2030. ( from Page 1)

wanted from Green Cove It was July 1941 when Porwoll t a Plant No. 2 on Mustin Road at
transferred to 0 & R from the
Springs to NAS, 0700 to 1530. A servicemen NAS Jax.
Naval Aircraft Philadel special rate to ,
Contact Ming in O&R Shop Factory, basedon A fourth railroad car carried
Pa. Aircraft Mechanic per day per person
phia, as an
4263, Hgr. 122. three transformers, which can be
General. Since then he has held two or three to the room, is
Couple to help drive car to Long available to Armed Forces per used to step up the low generator
the positions of
Beach or Los Angeles, Calif. 665 Snapper and ,Foreman.Leading- sonnel at the Johnina Hotel, Mi- voltage to 4,160 volts which is
man Quarterman
W. 16th St. Ph. 4-4374, Simms. ami Beach. Every Saturday night the Station's distribution voltage.

Riders wanted to Birmingham, Cribbs wasemployed at 0 & R a special moonlite swim party Herbert II. Sassard, Engineman
Ala. 1630 9 PH. in 1942, and has held the ratingsof at the Naval
leaving Sept. ---- and wiener roast is given in hon- Shipyard, Charles.

Naval Hosp. Ext. 46, Baughs. Snapper, Leadlngman, Senior PIPE TilE HOSE-Even agIng or of service people with compliMents ton, arrived simultaneously to assist

:2 I riders to Los Angeles, Calif Shop Personnel Supervisor and chorus girls will stop kicking of the management. with placing the generators

Leave 0001, Aug. 30, Cont. EnsKurillch : Foreman. when they hear about this. 4 into operation.
Jean Stuart models
Ph. day 8439, nlte 501 Hart has served in every phaseof the new opera length hose as The men In the nudist colony .

Any ADI who would like to 'exchange overhaul and repair work at part of a swim suit at Miami, were giving the new entrant a Feminine voice over telephone:

shore duty contact R. every level of supervision from Fla. Hosiery experts say the bit more than a glance. One of "Hello, are you Harry?"
material used "contains"
Harrington, ADI, Malnt Dept. Snapper to Foreman since his t flesh, and smoothes out ,the the them exclaimed, "Man, I'll bet Masculine voice: "Not especially.

t j JSmfleyField, Pfnsacola, Fla. employment herein June 1941 humps. : she looks good> in a sweater!J" lady, but I'm far from bald"Page