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Home of Commander Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval District: Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville; Fleet Air Wing 11; Naval Air Technical Traininr Center -
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' AirWingil Shore PatrolReviewed

By I

Units Hold ? F NAS SkipperCapt.

1 > + John S. Thach Inspected L

Yci Shore: Patrol Headquaiters last S
AS ExercisePatrol '?', .1.; ,
Thursday afternoon, the first, time ,

the commanding officer of the

Bomber crews of five Naval Air Station has made such

Fleet Air Wing Eleven squadrons an inspection since the headquarters

are combining forces in :+ moved from Hubbard Streetto

its present location at 350 E.
seeking out the "enemy" in .
State St., Jacksonville.
warfare exercises 100 miles .. a r
( $ The Captain was greeted by Lt.
'., ;
off the
coast William J. Hooks, Shore Patrol

More than 1,000 personnel of rr=' t F i officer and Lt. (Jg) Albert Schoel-

hammer, who relieved Hooks in .a
the Air Wing including maintenance i a Ir
change-of-command ceremony immediately
men, plus Fasron 109 arc ; 1l ') I. after inspection.

participating in the exercise. :0.. .4 -.-- --- :.j 1 "
SF's AT ATTENTION Shore Patrol personnel stand fast LONELY: GRADUATE Because -
The hunter-killers Include as Capt. John S. mach, commanding officer of the Naval Air Station Following Inspection, Captain quotas of the Navy's
Tharh addressed the 70 Shore Pa Fleet and squadrons were not
passes through ranks in his first inspection last Thursday
three Jax squadrons, VP-3, VP-
of the unit, on the drill grounds of SP headquarters, 350 E. StateSt. trolmen. Commending their smart filled, only one officer was

16 and VP-18 and VP-31 from Behind Captain Thach is Lt. (jg) Albert Shoelhammer, Shore appearance, he said!, elle\'e me, graduated from Aviation Ord-

Trinidad, and VP-45 from Coco Patrol Officer. Accompanying them at right is Master-at-Arms I am proud of He went nancemaii Jax School at NATTCenter -
you. on last week.
David Neese, AMC. The Patrol comprises 70 Naval and Marine receives
Solo, Canal Zone. Fasron 109 personnel from every command in the Jax area to say that wherever the Navy las Dayton, (left) congratulations -
hopes to create a good impression on his successful!
is the supporting activity. completion of the 10 week
Pentagon Offers Substitute and get good treatment, it course from Chief Gunner Herman

The'enemy"! being stalked is must deserve good treatment.This Wyman. Eleven Specialist

the submarine USS Sea Lion_ he continued, depend to a- Ordnance officers have registered

(ASSP-315)) out of Norfolk. Air Nix Flat Pay Hike Proposal; large"People extent see you on the more Shore than Patrol.anyone AO-O to begin School.classes( this weekin

observer aboard the Sea Lion the
else. They will give the Navyevery
first week was Lt. James Craw- COs Can Sale
break if Okay
Selective Boost they see you doing
ford of VP-45, while this week it Suggested your duty In the right way." Of Holiday Meals

is Lt.jg( ) C. R. Hallagrcn of VP- That duty, he declared, was Approval of cash sale of

<13". The flat percentage pay raise proposed for military primarily to keep service personnel meals on Thanksgiving and

AH underwater tracking exer- personnel has been rejected by a special joint-service committee out of trouble, not only to aid Christmas Day to dependent

cises of the sub are completed by them after they were in trouble guests of Navy men authorized '
attack wherein the The committee will recommend "If you see a service man who
creases may get more backing to eat at the general mess, and
in air and instead to the Defense Department looks as though he were aboutto
drop crew proficiency from officials on the Washingtonscene to naval officers and their ,
selective pay increases which will get into a Jam of one kind or
is computed.In who feel that some mili- guests, may be made by com-
place strong emphasis on longevity another, it is your duty to cancel
charge of the operation is tary personnel, including new manding officers.
at certain steps in a career. his liberty and turn him back to
Capt. Edwin S. J. Young, Com- men, are adequately paid now. The Bureau of Supplies and
Exact details of the plan have his ship or station You have
mander Fleet Air Wing Eleven Defense Secretary Wilson has Accounts has okayed the sale
not been disclosed. However, it word, I shall back you In this
The ASW exercises are expectedto never enclosed any increase, ex of holiday meals at the following
while not
was stressed that every- per
conclude this weekend. cept to insist that should civilian cent"S prices: Dependent civilian
one would get a raise, no one
raise the guests and officers, $1,20; enlisted
would suffer a cut. It was learned employees get a militaryshould Before returning: to the station,
personnel drawing commuted
Comdr. Blitch that those with less than two get. one too. Capt. Thach also inspected the
rations, $1.00, and children
years' service would not get an'in Report Prepared, newly renovated building wherehe
under 12 years of age, 60
MAS Exec crease, and that some increasesin Report of Wie committee, which Inspected equipment and of- cents. *

flight pay are also being recom (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5)) (Please Turn to Pate 8, Col. 5)

To Depart mended.FKA Plug" Six Percent Years Behind Barbed Wire

Comdr. John D. Blitch, execu- At the same time, a six percent MarinhR;
across-the-board increase for I i I'

tion tive officer for the of past the 11 Naval months Air, Sta will all military personnel pay was slatedas Shanghai Brutalityof

one of the resolutions to be
be detached Sunday.
acted upon at the 27th national The scars of Japanese brutality vate Albert Wildt, assignedto boot training at Parris Island, .
Relieving departing officer
convention of the Fleet Iteserve inflicted behind barbed the Airman Preparatory S. C., Wildt was assigned to further .
will be Comdr. John N.
Myers, -
here from Association opening at San Diego wire in a Shanghai prison School at NATTCenter. schooling at NATTCenter.

Who comes duty as this week. remain grim reminder A of Louisville via Of his assignment ,to the Airman
commanding officer of Airborne camp a native Ky.,
The proposal for selective In- I to 18-year-old Marine pri- Shanghai, China, Wildt spent vir- School he says that he "feels important
Early Warning Squadron Two
due to the fact he is
Patuxent River, Md. yY ,.... ,., ..... .... "' I tually three years of his child- learning to keep America strong."
y.-ww- hood at the hands of the Japanese -
Selected recently for promo. He smile when he
rank'of *: Libyh Beating by a Jap guard witha proudly says"I
tion to the Captain, bought myself a lot of freedom
bamboo pole failed to stop the
Comdr. Butch reports as Com- when I enlisted in the Marine
lad from returning to a life of
manding Officer, Naval Com "
freedom a life he barely understood Corps.
ponent, Eastern U. S. Conti- .
when World War II
nental Air Defense Command,
spread its fury on Shanghai in Hudson Band Set
Stewart Air Force Base, New- Y 1943.

burgh, N. Y. He will be senior
member of the Eastern Staff of The scars inflicted on his neck For Dance DateDean
tell the
Adm. A. K.. Morehouse, Commander wr story
After U. S. Forced liberated Hudson, the man with the
Naval Forces, U. S. Continental
Air Defense Command. Wildt, his father and fire 'brothers "New Look in Dance :Music" i is,

from the prison ramp, the scheduled to play for dancing In
A native of Charleston, S. C., family started life ovtr- againin a three-night stand here at the

Comdr. Blitch came to Jax from Shanghai but again in Naval Air Station Nov. 18, 17
duty as executive officer of the 1919 and 18. '
the thunder and smoke of
carrier USS Antietam. He attended
Moo Tse Tun('/ "Red" gun Hudson's orchestra plays for a t
the Citadel two be-
years forced the Wlldts from their crew's dance Nov. 16 at the
fore entering the.Naval.Academy
China home.
NATTC Gym; Nov. 17 at the Of

from which he was graduated in Wlldt'a father, who had been ficer's Club and Nov. 18 for a

June 193C.. t *: general manager of the Ford Mo- crew's dance at Mainslde Gym.

Designated naval aviator in tor Company in Shanghai, brought : The orchestra features Ann Lorain -

June 1939, Comdr. Butch got his ---- -- his family to their'pre.ent residence Mistress of Modern :Mel. I .

first baptism under fire while FORMER POW IN SCHOOL Marine Private Albert Wildt in Louisville. There the ody"; Lennie Love, piano stylist; ,.

aboard the USS Enterprise at (right), who spent nearly three years behind Japanese barbed wire young chap continued hU educa- Sam Noto, trumpet artist; Bill

Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941. During in a Shanghai prison camp,"confers with .Capt. Thomas Mooney, tion, and in June of this year hefllated.1n "Budweiser" Jones, the mad drum.
assistant officer at Airman School at NATT
training Preparatory
:World. Wac U be, participated the U. S. Marine Corps. mer boy; the, Hudson a cappella
Elghteen.year-pldwydt.has, reported lq \the AN.F( ) School
in,noanyi' battles in the pacific. for study. i After- completion of ,ten weeks choir and the Dixieland Six, the r .


28 October

-' ROLLIN MAYHEM Every Car Should Have One;;

.n MAIN8IDE :t ( r r( 1d (

rJ: X--f\Uj E 5I'IbU..4 Thursday, Oft. Z8 t C rC

African Adventure i1 1 1 '

trery Thursday tot Navy and Marine* actltltlti at fla\'ai Air Documentary Film
Halton. JaektonvUle ."1.. l lt
1''< CapU John S. Thach .._., g--.i.u .,.?-.i..i Commanding: OtPrcL
rvumdr, Jubn D. Watch , ...Jaccutite Urindxr: Passion .. ... ... Cornell Wilde' '
n,d Air 1 .hr....,.... Yvonne DeCailo t rl e huiU
Par Adm. John rfrry..r ... ...Commander
CaPRlcha141. O. Greene ___...... .Cief) 'of glare Saturday Oft.. 30
n.., Air ..,.& i..... in .... Elizabeth
Capt. iwta S. J. Young............_....___. .. .. . .... ....._... Commander A Place the Sun
CMndr. Yrapk D. Ueyer ..Chief Stall Officer Taylor, Montgomery Clift
KMU Alt Tocaalfal Tral.leg Oaa1.r

Offerat XATTCENTBnTtturaday, CM. M O

QttL.. 1. N.wtoa. iaectit/v.: Otbe.r Reap the Wild Wind .. ... .. John

Capt. Wll.on R. Bartlett ?..... .. .. ttt0.VV.. Commanding OfllrerComdr. \Vayne, Susan Hayward"
Laur en.e }". 5teLfahlen _.___._..... ..... .. .Kxecuthe UdlccrTke Friday o.t.I 25

J AX AIR NEWS la ruaiiihH weikly at the U. .. Naval Air 9tittoa.oMo African Adventure 3-
Y. 1r daYtas., > a.a-.pp rw'rla4N' tuns.
$I t* aWrtkoLtovotalmMt surd :. :riatllMiw rltkNAVEXO>s T-JA. ROT. Documentary FilmKatiirrfay -
a'It... MMfc. CMloo, BT. ..... Atr TerhnlMl TralDtnf Center Naval Air Resene Titlnlnj Unit, -and the (M. :% p. 1L Nwai HovpUaL ,'Passion .. .. ... Col'nell Wilde ---- -
Editor: -Andrew H. flan.qAaahRant -
Kdltop-ITelen Harder! Sp rti ":4't'L' Got'don Hobble. JO3; !S rfHtlnM Yvonne DeCail r. 1 -. -
.ep.d'wn-JIk'k JTHl; Chltt.... Kail.: JOSX: .rNMilvutlwii- =, = ulcher
Paul, AO3. HOHTJTALTttMrft "'
raw JAX AIR NEWS ta a auMMr eth.. Armed Forces ....... ifnI'"
T'i. M tarta).> awaMriM U thta pabllestlen may Mt It, n ritit Sd xCkuok 9ay. O.'t. IXCloepalia "What are"Ittertronie these gadgets?'"
wtlttan., Mrvta.lB .F Ara *4 ... FiepKb1t4 ttow of olhotas 'hronisers?"
ftcake 5ynd
..1. .s'pt lr a.lss .: ti-r 1 wlth.nt ueunls.tsn .C ... .......... Henry Wilcox, "Brakeaanic electriner? What H. 'they'do 1"
.cl.t steed loe-'f Main AffmlnlstralUn flulUlng. Phone et.5tl' >* Claudette Colbert "", hftt I put on HIT. brakes it lectr: nlcaly! palls MI the rake;
MOJM .II 81M. Pittar, Oi. 2t I, .f' the ear behind meHALLOWE'EN ." .
Reap the Wild Wind John -- -

w ,I Wayne, Susan HaywatdSaturday i FROUC Executive Officer

:; (cot. :3* I

Htw Are Velf Bead Manners? A ft DOt'\unentaty loan.Adventure Film I AT The LUTHERAN Lutheran Service CENTER Centeris Post At MRTU:

I holding ita annual Ilallawe-
Vn Patty Mt 22 North Hogan Sleffewhagen
List ,WefeU List
That's a word wo once referred to u just merely congestion on I I St., Friday Oct. 29 at 2030. All

M hlgfiways.New Oi HnsebU. Gods fleivicemen! and women' ave cordially Comdr. I.aurence F. Steffenhsgrn -

I' invited to share in the has telleve Connlr. C. Cruv;
the word canned much more meaning. Truffle t today is mote The amount of household goods fun.
Strum as esciitiv< officer of the
four with headaches and that Navy and Marine Corps -
0r aligned tragedy.A personnel
I hostesses> will all be in con- Naval Air ll..Teive Training Unit
can Mp at
thousand reasons have been expounded for the mounting numlfcr has been outlined governmentexpense In A 1- turn and one to their number (completing final change in the>

of and deaths from auto Statistics'' will be < ho'en as Miss LSC for Unit's command organization.Ilepottinjr .
injiuies resulting mishaps. Nav 2*. The pound weight limitis
pow that at least half of the driveis in fatal accidents are violating authorized for (the current" fiscal 54 by the boys who attend : to NAKTU from (the

Berne traffic law at the time But there is another reason, one I' the paity. There will be games Office of the Chief of Nav l OPerntionw >

for which} we should all be ashamed. That is the lack of "motor man- i; yeOr.i prize and ofreshments. C., In c1 r.

..ra" or eouitesy on the road. was nctiiis fonimandins! offucr
"- =
I II until the arrival of Comdr.l'dl
TOO IJTTLK TRAFFIC coiutetsy Is shown on our highways. I
This II son H. Cartlett.
lack ol courtesy by diivera contributes not only to confusion
I (I O J\l I) I:. STUfMJMIAl.KN.
traffic congestion, but bad motor manners can all too often result In i I II
who entered the Navy its a Naval
I Aviation Ca letvns designated :
Men and women whose behavior in all older timimstances In n Naval Aviator in A'.gust'

"ren-i reproach become transformed into b .mannfl'ed autocrats, I 1939. His first assignment drat

Wlioa they get behind the wheel of a car. Why the sudden transformation Flight; Operations Officer on Uie+

in character? It's a rnysteiy. <. USS Lexington: front whii-h ne

A DltlVKR WHO TIUKS': to be considerate becomes jitteiy when was flying: on Dec. 7, 1P41 He

gHpooed to repeated experiences with rude diivers. This otherwise was a survivor of the Iwoic<< I.IM
dK a, V' stand of this earlier in May IP<2
and well manneied
oaf. peinon, through Induced impatience and Irritability
may become "an accident going somewhere to happen." With He then ivcdved orders *!<

approximately 40 million automobiles on our highways today, we are Commanding Officer, 69th Bomb

ail exposed many hours a week to this problem in human relation. er Squadron, USAF, Torpedo PC

hip. I tad hl1lent. 2, And in October of thJi'

year was transferred ns Opua-

rE IIAI'S Tin WIFE HAS NAGGED too much; the husband Is I IA HELIPORT-Looks like a scrambled cloverleaf that got mis- lions Officer of Toipctlo\ Squadron !

problem; the children are getting out of hand. Maybe we have a placed by an engineer building a superhighway, doesn't it? Bat VT-12. During this tom+i
thousand and one things on our mind to get us in that "mad" mood it is not. lf the Army's new experimental landing strip designed Comdr. Steffenha:en received tlie+

Then behind the wheel. When you analyze the situation, we have no II specifically for helicopters. Constructed! at Ft. Kustis, Va., it will I Navy Cross for torpedo hits on

business behind the wheel of a car unless the mind is clear of worry.Discourses be opened has formally Dec. 7. It is officially known as a heliport. The a Japanese Carrier at KwaJaU-m.
heliport a huge circular taxiway which is divided into quarter I
I sections by two 600-ft. runways. and a Second Navy CIOPU for a
and impatient behavior behind the wheel has no place I

ttt our society! A gentleman or lady will no more cheat a led light II hit on a Japanese tranxpoit in

than be or she would cheat at a game of card A courteous driver 11pJV the New Guinea area.

!. always a good driver.CATHOLIC. AT THE.EM OF 1842, Con+dr
!l( J/ Steffenhagen wa! ordered to N'AS

.-. e. "rt- NEQE ARE TriE Philadelphia as a 'test pilot whet

Pollution Of River \ QueSTIoNS "" he remained until June 1944.
In Steffen-
Gets Test : April 1947 Comdr.
: l' RIt f \' j hagen reported to NAS Minneapolis
The Navy collaborated with j Q.-I am going to a vocational as Training: Officer, a tour
:;' school under the Korean OI Bill. I I suiance policy on the endowment
j" civic units last '
Monday in a study which lasted until 1951 when he
I understand that plan. At the end of
I am allowed the endowment
of river pollution in Duval went to the Office of Chief *
county.j :30 days absence a year. Do legal I pet rod, how will I be paid
Two boats, the the Naval Operations.
holidays and week-ends count as money-In a lump gum or in
Sunday, Mass-0800, 0900, 1000- and the Captain's Gig,'were used I absences? .. monthly installments? Comdr. Strum has been detached -

St. Edward's Chapel. for the operation, which' beganat A.-Xe. However, other days A.-Yo may choose> to receive and will report to the UPS

0800. 0700 and continued for 13 hours, i during st'boel l vacation period the proeeeds in either Monterey in Pen a<<>la M Navi 1
JUturday- covering a complete tide cycle in gator.
such .. Christmas and Easter manner-lump sum or
Dally-6030.funday the river. Some communications I
holiday periods would b Installment, rangiag from 36 .
-0630-Mass at Hospital equipment was also furnished by counted ... akseaee '' to 240 In number -
the Naval Air Station. band If he In f<"t
Q.-I have 'I OBly w ere
Chapel. a Q. I
t permanent GI in- pay premiums on my GI ,
insurance once each in upon yea. .
MORMON year advance.
Q.-As a member of
Traffic What would happen if I
Violations Box Score attend
1190 Monday NATTC \ were to
Chaplain's Office.CHRISTIAN Standings For Week Otto It-Oct. 21. Total n Tickets Issued my yearly advance payment making ing weekly meetings and going on
active duty two weeks each year.

SCIENCE$00TuesdayMalnside Chapel l Command Tickets IIIII (I.Tickets laeued 1 lrNOl Permm"ei I VumuLted current A.-The paid month preheat in advance value of of premiums the the Will monthly this pay allowance be deducted I receive from

NAS Jax '.- I t7.0 I .131 I 1.01 would be refunded &. a student in college under the
Office to
on ramp. year beneficiary.
NARTU 0 I 0 I .000 I Q.-I Korea GI Bill?
1.67. am an ex-Wac
fROTESTANTItaOAll planning A,-No. Reserve pay will not
Saints' Chapel. Hospital 0 I 0) I .000 I .825 sean to attend GI school under the Ko- bfI deducted from your GI ai-
Fleet Air My husband is Iowanc. Neither will away other
UN All Saints' Chapel..13Naval' .
Detachment S I 28.. I 184 I .284 added Will VA pay me the outside earnings you may rev
Hospital Chapel. GI allowance for
'NATrC 4 f 23.6 I ,094 I .170 with dependents, even a veteran Under the law, the
'(Note: Addresses of I localfcureaea is working? though he monthly allowance for who1*

may be obtained by call- (Percentage of violations includes violations going veteran remains tl"
by A.-Nn. you
PC the Chaplain's Office 429). both civilian and military drivers). added aJlf'IUW'e could for claim the same, regardless ff .d.lde |Inv
you him. rom of any J nd.raae .

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28 October 1954 JAX AIR NEWS Page

Survival School Graduates Pass The Word Ill SCUTTLEBUTT

I Snakes, Porcupines Lizards, Rats Okay To Eat, Bit Beware Of ToadsIt's

okay to eat snakes, porcu. ed), eight sugar cubes, three strictly taboo. This was dune in absolute, total

pines, lizard, rats or mice if small bags of coffee and four AT OXK TIME Lt Bobek Oatknesa, r

you have to but for gosh takes small bags of tea. caught a garter snake for (chow TO GIVE: SOME IDEA of how

don't ever bite into a toad it's In the field, trainees get no only )Jto. have it stolen from him rough: these survival schools are,

dangerous.The mange of clothing- 'but can take at a moment when his back was ,hark the word of Canadian Air I

toad secretes a poison in Its toothbrush, powder, razor, bar of turned from the fire. Force flight! Officer F. Chrysler, i

eye that makes a human quite soap, no towels, and no gloves The night problems were especially from Ottawa, Ontario, Chrysler ,j

III, if you were te eat a toad Survival I school participantscould rugged. During, one night had been a prisoner of war in ...,

This is the information being i supplement their diet with problem Lt. Bobek's group, was World War II, and had made his

brought back by enlisted men and whatever they could catch or pick. forced to climb the peak of Mount escape from a Nazi Prison Camp) .

officers who have been attendingthe They soon learned what was. edible Ingala, a 2,000 foot ascent over Making his escape In Get many. r."Which

various survival schools, Including and what was not. Snakes rough rocks and ,snow brush Chrysler reports, was not nearly

the Strategic Air Command lizards, rats and mice could be (something like sag 1 brush> ), but ,as' rugged as the survival school I gets the most fay, a

Survival School at Stead prepared for hieala but horned which grows down the mountainside training problems in the mountainous j soldier or sailor"

Air Force Bane, Reno, Nevada, fish, toads and blow fish were and makes climbing. difficult country'_ _of _Nevada I .

and the Survival, Escape and Evasion ywr.a. MDB Payments Due

School at Camp McCalla, Elect t OfficersOf I Mutual Death Society policyholders

North Carolina. C are reminded that afc.e n-

TILE FIRST JAX GROUP to MarinersThe ment No. 39 is due Oft. 29, and

return from survival school, at assessments 40 and 41 air due

Reno, was the 12-man crew from .. I Mariners Club of the Naval I by Nov 5.Guest. -
Patrol Squadron Five They were /' Air Station selected 1 }principle I .

followed by a six-man crew from .. wxlrw+ M t 1MC.Q!. officers fur a term of three months !
Composite x M awe rut, at an International Dinner, held Stars For
Squadron( just returned -
from. the North Carolina z4 I Tuesday Oct. 19.
; J. Comdl'111101\ Bartlett! NAR- Choral Society's'Butterfly'
camp. i yr ., .,....y.M.,,,.... eM4 TU commanding officer, presented -
What these! men learned at survival "
1 ..,..
wr.rN++ AV the plate of nominees, and
school they wouldn't trade NamedFour
conducted a "Navy-style" election
for any knowledge: they have ever
Officers named&! aie: Commanding/
guest will in
consumed appear
In HIP event of emergency MAY. AIWwI'
Officer Lt and Mis. Charles I>. leading roles of Puccini's Opera
if ever marooned or Iso-
e .wz. e Cunningham; Executive Officer, "Ma ame Butterfly] to bo presented -
lated their
training would
prove 71.0GOGG4IS : Ix-dr. nnd Mrs. Franklin Burk-
their best life insurance + by the Jacksonville ChoralSociety
head; First Lieutenant! Comdr. Nov 9, in the GeoigeWashington :
Lt. William! Dobek, r& VC-C2 :and Mrs Ralph Bagwell; Nay!- Hotel Auditoiitim.,

pilot who "suivived" the survival galor, Lt. and Mrs. Russell Sawyer .
course at Reno, said that whenit The outstanding young American
; Pisbuislng Officer, Ensign:
I ,, l' it :: to make their
came to food, "you lived off ........ "",:..." I: I and MIH. James Johannscn, and- singers C urtpenrance -
with the local
your own body; that in to say, > ..:, 'il' I Commissary Officer Lt, (jgi. and I group Hie
Laura Castellano Walter
the body consumed its own fats" ,. : bars A. II, Schoclhammer. -
Joyce Jones And Jamison
MENKKK; : M'XTHKKI: ; and ft A social-service type organization
I Gill
then sent into the wilderness for ""',,.:...._: t tt I comprised of couples within
Miss Castellnno! lyiic-coloia-
nine days on their\ own. Food 1 ration t J11l ; I nar 1 t All Saints' Chapel l, the Mariners
y tura, two seasons with the Metropolitan -
given trhlnee-s nt the school, 1 Club conducts monthly meetings
Opera Co., will sing the
Mid Lt. Bobek, were consideredto ; along nautical themes. Chaplain
role of Cio-Cio San (Madame
be the barest essentials. Rations Posters 'IssuedNMKMtM. M. A. Carpenter is advisor 'of the
Safety Dult'l'nvWl11tf'l' Fiedeikks HSJLt. "
included three bats of pern- .
R. F. Pinkeiton is
no newcomer "
mean (dehydrated beef, pork or SAFETY I I .
to Jax having appealed in
faO), one honey bar small
age of dehydrated onions (povulcr SAFETY GIMMICKS 40 YEARS AGO-GUncIng back over Fewer VetsIn 1 Pagliacrl", here last year Solo .
._ the years. 40 years a so, the first safety posters issued by the Na- paitsi will bo shared by Jamison
tional Safety Council offer some real tear jerkers. The bulletin I I GUI ns Goro and Joyce Jones anSuzuki.
Office Phone board above now on display at 0 & II, bears reproductions of I CollegeContrary : l.
several of the "old ones." Today these posters may seem crnde
and comical since art work and the safety program itself has! I to expectations, Korean Supporting the Cllt""t'Mia"*
Changes At advanced. Hut despite the (corny tear-jerker illustrations, the message veterans are not crowdingthe will INI liM-al fclnger of the nnciely -.

: was the same then as: it U today-safety. pays, j country's college campuses,, inrhullMg Ix-dr. Jam.*

this fall It was pointed out thin Miller, operation officer' 41'>
Ad Art Has Improved Too I
BuildingWho's group doss,, not appear so benton Jax Carrier Air Group Three,

education as were the World Who ulll have the, role! of llncla

The old on first Abbott! and Costello Safety Posters 40 Years Ago Were year II veterans who swamped to Cio-Cio San

the universities and colleges.The Tickets ate now on sale at

play on words could well applyto Tear Jerkers But Message SameA new veterans comprise less Charles Wells Jewelers, 220 West
the status," of
present a good than a tenth of the total enrollment Adams and the Nice House o/

part of the Malnside Administration trip to the Overhaul and Re- Music, 2651 Park St Orchestraand
children 1 left
shows two small
Building, which last Friday pair department and a brief stopin which The new academic year shows balcony seats sell for $3."
orphans by the tragedy,
underwent a change in office locations the main passageway of the eventually resulted in the mother 245,000 Korea. veterans enrolled and orchestra terrace for $2,50

building will show that the fight going( insane.THE in the institution of higher education : Sustaining memberships are atiH

If you walk into the Ad build- for safety and efforts to educate ) Of this. number, 50,000 available for $1000, which entitles -

ing today and you're looking fora the public in safety is nothingnew. WORDS OO like this l, "Joe are part-time students.Approximately the member to two reserved -

particular office, "it ain't there was a man who worked in a factory 1,000,000 veterans seats for each of the 19 t.fj5

because it's some other place," Just how they went about fightIng alongside a railroad track, have been released from service Choral Society i performances.

.as one office employee remarked. safety with the printed word His home WM on the other tide l since the GI act, known as These include the "Messiah" 1*

And dent get too confused if "back yonder" is evident in a display of the tracks He didn't believein Public Law 050, became effective December; "II Trovatore" fo
you call the Jax Air News and of literature and pamphletson in June 1980.Honorably March and "Children's Cru a4!"
get the Office Methods Branch. the billboard. safety, he laughed at it, and discharged veterans In May. Membership checks maybe

The original pamphlets, distributed never looked both ways before are entitled to a maximum of four mailed to Jacksonville Choral

The Jax Air News editorial offices by Universal Safety Council taking a short cut across the years of college education at Gov- Society, Inc., P. 0 Box 311, Jacksonville. -

have moved from Room 226 dating from 1915 .to 1919, tracks He.did it once too often.,' ernment expense._ .

to Room 230 with the phone numbers show that the aim was M todayto This is how he looked afterwards.His ....
remaining the same, 216 and keepthe- public alert a. to : oJ
1 beside him broken
wife ri
816(. The editor of the Jax Air safety rules and regulations. The .-

News has moved across the hall only noticeable change in the with grief They couldn't save

to Room 238, next to the Service presentation is the.cut in verbageand his life. The shock was too much

Information Office, which has art on today's posters. To for the wife-she lost her reason
moved, from 226 and now occupies -
day's posters are definitely more
and is now in an insane asylum,
237. The Jax Air News editor'a streamlined, but who .is to say
"Hero are two poor kiddies,
phone hM been changed they are ;more effective.
from 8184 to 8346, while the ONE MAY GET a chuckle, out fatherless and motherless, being
taken to the orphan home .. .. .. *rSYt.
SIO extensions remain the same, of reading this safety literatureout fp tMy ? i
Think of the wife and kiddies
271 and 656. of the past and some of them
and do everything the safe "
sound like real corn, but the goal
The Comptroller's Office has was forever the same-education May sound corny but time

moved from Room 237 to Room in safety has proved that people still take

226, with phone numbers 8579 and Take, for instance, one of the chances and the story is still true
8114. (Are still with u7)) today. .
posters, in throe parts, depictingDad r'
Office Methods Branch, previous on hU way to work. The
ly ia Room 238, now Li in Room first picture shows Dad crossing Then there WM' the bright lad

236, with phone number 8184. Officer' who, when his mother began to
the railroad tracks, the second DEADS FOB EUROPE-Ledr. Edward Medart right wise
learn to drive, nicknamed her
Record hM moved from
shows hU wile looking at his M Training Officer .* Aviation Ordnancenuui School at NATT-
Room 236 to Room 141-A, while dead body and the third photo "Oh Ma, the dent maker.* Center supervised the studies of more than 4,00 students. : af.
Resident District Records :Management farewell to his relief, Lcdr. Harold Sutton. He receives ,his anal:
Office now occupies Room but in due time callers at the The only V. 8. Navy officer to orders from CHSCLK Edward Currie of Officers' Records (center).
finding hold the rank of Admiral of the Comdr. Medart leaves for Aerial Mine Warfare at Yorktown,Va,
will used to
227, moving, from 141-A. Ad Building get
for further transfer to Com Pair Eastern Atlantic and Medlter
It's all in the game of moving, the right office Navy WM Adm. George Dewey, raneann
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Page Four JAX AIR NEWS 28 October, 1954

VA-175VPdBVF-171VF-03VFd72 .;" ",. 't< ..
: ,* VP-3, VA-J5, VF-JOJ

I .Gfvk _.,. 'A
"" '

Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons ... rw '

VA-175 i')1
a fine record" the letter says. Barnhart, Walter W. Smith and
The squadron has been doing William DeHart.To kbJ\ ... I .
night !lying, thus all hands have Presently the squadron is participating x A t w y

been few in submarine exercises complete this new look, the
enjoying a more of I
their leisure hours in the sun. being conducted off the Florida squadron will soon be flying the '
: coast. famed F9F-8 Cougar in place of
Another parachute rigger, whom i the FOF-5 Panther.
The following new Officers have
the squadron has long needed, reported I .
aboard this week., He is i Just lecently Vtported into the Ai _
squadron: )Lcdr. M. O. from \'l'-nZ
Kdwln Saarl Lloyd
PR2 who
V A-15; Lt R.:, Myers, from The Mjuiulron I la fortunate to
from Pawtuxent River, Joseph NASh
Anacostia C.. > ave several. stalwarts from lastyea.r's
; Ensign !
Bukosky, AMAN, reported. aboard I ; _
; Ensign "N. 'F. Smith' and EnsignJ Championship bailketbalJlearn' _
from NAS
Key West. Two have
'}<'. Mozley, from NAB, Hutchi back again. The quintet
arrived from electronics 'at k
school. ,
son downed all opposition board the _
:Memphis: They nre Donald R. USS Wasp last year to emergeas k '.
Housa\lll< AEAN, and Robert D. Enlisted! pCl'sonnt''c1<'001e<1 .... ass ,
champions in! their league.As pfI""'" Rulon, AEAN. aboard are Lewis F. Chaff, AOC,
from NATrc Jax and Ronnie a warm-up the enlisted men's
Lcdr. L. W. S. Cummins will be
Ray from FAETULANT, Norfolk team took on the officers in a Lawrence Robert, AMI, Is congratulated -
with the
fequadi'On for about two Auto
Congratulations to Lcdr. and pie-season court tilt. The outcomewas Safety by Comdr. Willard
months before he goes: to Cecil Nyburg, skipper of Attack
Mrs. Lcvyn Pleasant and Ensign slightly tragic for the offi
Field to assume the post of execu- Squadron 175, on his annexing
and Mrs. B. W. Smith on the birth third place in the vehicle
tive officer of VIM 04. Lt. Thomas: cers.The safety
A. O'Connell is here alter 'dutysbnard of their new sons! Blue Bolts wish to welcome Quiz Contest quiz contest conducted by the
M aboard the following per- squadron. First place winner
the USS Midway. VIM71 sonnel who Buldy Myers, AMC left) looks
recently reported
Last week the on. Ensign John O'Neill was the
MIW organizationof
Since' rehunlngfM'I111ey West, I aboard for duty: Joseph F. Casey, VA-175 second place victor. The trio
Hard-Charger Committees in i a number of new crew membersand I AMAN; Robert E.Lairey: AEAN; I earned awards by giving most

the squadron for the purpose of I two officers have: reported Wayne I. Huneke, PHAN; Bobby complete answers 'to a special

suggesting: and carrying out ideasto aboard. G. loin, AA; Ralph: S. Singleton Attack Squadron 175 has be- quiz designed to reveal how
much the men know about
Improve morale and vehicle
1(1 efficiency. The past week saw the arrival AA; Lloyd Farley, AA; and gun an all-out drive for vehicle safety.

of William DeLanccy, Jr, AMAN; Tommy R. Thames, AA. safety among its personnel.The .

VIM Bernard Beauchamp, ADAN; Robert Leonard J. Zangs, ADC, has effort is being directed by safety launched. the program
The commanding officer e/f Pa- last week.Buddy .
; Basham, AD3; James L. Hicks, been transferred TAD to the CPO the vehicle
squadron's safety: com-
fro] Squadron 18 received a hearty AICAN; Edward A. Miske, ADAN; Club. Homer Nixdorf, AOC, will mittee, headed by Lt. Richard Ag- E. Myers, AMC, Ensign!
well-done this week in a personal Raymond C. John J. O'Neill and Lawrence
Murphy, A 0 AN ; assume leading chief duties. A.
new, in accordance with a recent
letter from the U. S. Navy Hydrojjraphic Stanley The Roberts, AMI+ the most
Sprecher ,
AA, andS'i1- squadron is looking forwardto directive of Commander Fleet gave coi-
Office The Hydrograplicr liam Leonhardt AD3. reef answers to win first t
an all hands party Friday, Oct. Air Jacksonville, on automotive second
expressed his sincere appreciation Lt. (Jg) Robert E. Dobelstcin 2D! at 2000. The patty will be held vehicle safety training for unitsof and third place respectively. Cash

for the splendid coopera arrived aboard from instructor at the CaiJbbeon.' his command. prizes were presented to the

tion lIming Operation Sunec 1904.'Ice duty at Corpus Christi AllWeather three winners by Comdr. Willard

damage: to shipping during School and Lt. (jg) Red Duane VI'-.:; Safe driving quizzes, lectures, Nyburg, VA-175's commanding officer.

1954 was negligible, and the outstanding from Vl<'-H at Cecil Field. The tickles of VP-3 are in the demonstrations, films and posterswill .
performance and devotion be included in! the squadron's
At Fosron Six on temporary throes of another ASX (AntiSubmarine A scties of lectures and film
to duty of the officers and I program, in cooperation with the
duty instructing in!
Jet instrumentsare Exercise) being conducted have been begun as a follow-up
men of your Command was of immeasurable Lt. J. C. Shows, Lt. (Jg) J, A. by FAW Eleven They are constantly Jacksonville and National Safety to the quiz contest. Lectures and

,aid !in achieving such Miyat, Lt. (Jg) E. L. Councils.A .
_.._ McCarthyand working for perfection in films will be alternated until
-- Lt. (j Jg) J. .E. Watts.VF43 their piimary mission, ASW. The safety quiz contest to sometime next month when the
see how much VA-175' Devil'sDiplomats
Rate"Well submarine Sea Lion is the prey all-out drive will end.
Be-Up about u-hlcle
they seek in! the exercise. The films and speakers, to give

The righting Falcons of VF-43 Inopportune at this time i is valuable experience as fine Naval the lectures, are being furnished

have adopted a new look since returning the departure of quite a few of officers and excellent pilots will 1 by the Jacksonville_ Safety Council.

BelowExpectations from their round-the- the stalwart men who have helped b.e sorely missed. ,
world cruise. The most to make VP-3
one of the best Other men returning to civilian 45 *
change has been in the large turnover patrol squadrons in AlrLant. Mostof
life are Duane PN2
Attebury, ; Green
of officer personnel. Comdr. these men are veterans of the Bobby Blair, AN; Tony Costa, Cove Navy

J. R. Dierkcr, skipper, an Ldcdr.A. rigors of the frozen north, havIng PN3 Harold
; Crawford, AT3; Will
A. Taddco, executive officer, accompanied VP-3 on its last Shiles, ADAN; Richard Church- Charity Carnival

The Navy has ordered its com Joined the squadron when it returned deployment to Iceland. well, A03; Albert Keller, AT2;

manding officers to do everything from its 11 months aboard Us. Charles :Maginn and John Ernest Quaid, AD3; John White, Declared SuccessOfficials

possible to halt the fast-falling the USS Tarawa. Miller\ both from the GardenState AD3; Bobbly Williamson, AN Receiving

reenlistment rate. Since then, 13 pilots have ic- are returning to civilian orders for transfer to Bu- of the 4th annual Navy

Chief of Naval Personnel, ViceA ported aboard. They are: Lt. Chit life this.week Their careers haverun Pers !in Washington, D. C., I is Charity Carnival held at Green

dm. James L. Holloway, ,has ford C. Giebler, Lt. (Jg's) William very close to parallel. Theyentered Robert L. Selby, YN1. Cove Springs Naval Station laps

advised the field that the re-up Powell, Herman 'Fichtner, IIarol flight training togetherhi weekend, announced that the success -

rate is well below what it should N. Wellman, Donald J. Sommer; 1943 and were both recalled Reporting aboard from Photo of the charity benefit exceeded -

be. and unless effective actionis Ensigns William G. Berner, William to VP-3 from reserve squadron School in Pensacola are William all expectation .

taken it may adversely affect B. Wilson, Harold R. Lake, VP831. Lt. Maginn has completed R. Griffith AOAN., PHAN, and RaymondGuerin Capt. A. V. Wallis, general

the combat readiness of the Denetro A. Verich, William J.r.gtitt the enviable total of almost chairman of this year's event, reemphasized -

Navy. John C. Morgan, Russell C. 4,000 accident-free hours. Their that the entire pro-
VA-13 ceeds of the affair will be donated

In order to help out, the Bureau In report to local, state, national and Navy
General Line School
at Monterey
of Personnel has dropped charities.
the requirement that those men ri:1 Calif. lie will become the
new executive officer Capt. W. D. Brown, Commanderof
serving a first enlistment as an replacing
J' -3 or below must pass a service- Lcdr. Marshall O. Lloyd, who is the Florida Group "Zipper
wide being transferred to VP-18. Fleet" and Capt. W. L. Benson.
competitive exam for advancement
commanding officer of the Naval
to E-4 before they can October 15 saw the squadron
Station, expressed gratitude to the
)cenlist. participating in loft bombing com
While the petition. The squadron thousands of contributors whose
major problem is getting emerged
from this efforts resulted in the success of
these completing their first exercise with a very

and second enlistments to sign up high mark. Handing in the highest the affair.It .

the bombing mark was is estimated that 25,000: pates -
again, personnel chief has asked Ensign Chart
for an "aggressive" veenllstmcnt [ r% E. Relmer. rons attended the three-day cainival. '-

program within each com : Lt. (jg) Mark E. Perrault is .
mand. back after a tour of duty at the

Mine Warfare School at Yorktown timers when Lcdr. James.. Hcn-

He further suggested that two 1\ ,- .:. \\I Va. New personnel report kel returned to civilian life. lie

to three months before the expiration ? \ i ing are: Harry C. Carroll, AN; had been with the squadron since

of a man's enlistment the : 1k Henry W. Moon, AD3, and Joseph July 1952. Also assuming the

commanding officer, or other ,< w ( W. Henry, AD2, all from the Receiving new role of civilian are James

qualified officer of, departmenthead ;; Station at Charleston, D. Rlgney, AM2; Gerald W. Anderson
level, review the service record j S.
C.Walter A03; Vincent J. McCue,
of the man involved, and determine -
E. Blackshaw, ALl, reports YN3, and William E. Meyer, PN3.
his ability, character and from NAAS
Saufley Field, Here for duty are: George 0.
worth to the Navy. If the man Pensacola

la approved, he should be interviewed MERITORIOUS MAST-Medals and awards were presented AD2, from; Edward O & R A. Madden, Harbison, PR1, from Lakehurst

and encouraged to make last week to 14 men by Capt. Henry DrLong, commanding officer] Calif Irani San Diego, N. J.; George E. Barnett, ADI
the Navy a career." of the Naval Air Technical Training Center. Here he pins the Good ; Becker, AD3, from from NAS Jax; Richard C. Mous-

Conduct Medal on Fnben Chilton, AOl, at one ceremony. Rear row Washington, D. C., and Richard seau, AD3, from NAS' Philadelphia -
It was also recommended that are (left to rriht) John Vinson AE1 Charles L. Warmels
; McCandless, AE1; AD3, from VS-32, Richard G. Coonrod PHAN.
other officers and leading petty William Klnchfloe ;
AO2, and James Pendert SN.-Others receiving NAS Quonset Point.
cffleers continue to give shipping- awards were Henry Morris; AOC; Robert Wagner, AOl;' Lonnie from NAS' Pensacola; RaymondJ.
over .pep talk to three qualified Penny, AOl; WHlard Townsend,'AKC; Dale Varner AE1; Samuel Daugherty, AA, from N A S
to stay in. Adams, AE2; Hal Farker, AT3; James Hatkrtt, AEC, and Norman VF-101 Jax, and ,Kenneth K. Nicholas.
n.y'f', AEt. The 4Hft a few old AA, also from NAS Jar.I .




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28 October, ISM JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

>, ,;..t "" ';: ';; Schools Name FROGMAN SCHOOL


: Honor Students t
\ Navy has inaugurated a

new school designed to train
Honors at three Naval Air
more officers and enlisted men
SALTY HUMOR FROM Technical Training Center as Underwater 'swimmers. The

HERE AND THERE Schools last week went to sailors first class has started at Key
who graduated at the top of their West, IfJa.Mi8t1lon.
'Take this sentence
Professor: ;
of the new school Is
'Let the cow be taken out of 'the .t, respective classes.A .
to train personnel as underwater -
lot/ What mood?" two-year Navy veteran, I : swimmers using self-con-*

Freshman: "The.. cow." Wayne O'Hara, AN, accumulated tained underwater breathing
highest 'grades at Aviation Elec- appartus, and to provide ship

!"Lips that touch liquor shall trician's; Mate School, Class A.: ,He bottom and search procedures..

never' touch mine.- had former duty with NATTC,

."Your lips?" San Diego; NAS: Oiathc, Kansas,

'No-: My liquor;'* and at Airman PreparatoryLewis PMU-1::1 Officers Attend

Sfibs. ,
Bee" AOAA, compiledthe
Drown: ""She told me that Insect Control! ConfabOfficers
best average at ,Aviation Ord*
you told her the secret I told of Preventive Medicine
nanccman School, Class A Dee
you not to tell her." joined the NaVy a year ago. Unit No 1, located in the Station -

Mrs. Green: "The mean thing!II A W A VE.OFF-Comlnr In too high for a carrier landing, the Infirmary, have returned
pilot of this Banshee Jet gets a "wave-off" signal from student LSO A veteran of the USS Prince-
told her not to tell you I told from two-weeks of insect -
Ensign William Burke, while Lcdr. Theodore Hurkenmier, supervisor ton in Korea, Jerrold Wilson, AE2 a study
her. of the Landing Signal Officer School here carries on a radio was honor student at AviationElectrician's and rodent control Instruc-
)[18. Brown: "Well, don't tell conversation with the pilot. Under careful guidance of their instructors tion methods used by the U. S.
Mate School Class
her that I told you she told me." students learn to make split-second derision between Department of Health, Educationand
good and bad carrier approaches: and to signal accordingly.from D.
Welfare, Atlanta, Ga.

He: (after*long* silence* looking Jax LSO School Provides 'Paddle Wavers'The Communicable The courses Disease were held Center in, and the

at clock) "Is that an eight day were attended by Lcdr, Francis

clock?" DuChanois: officcr-in-charge( of the

She'ery: ( bored) "Well, why I shortage of qualified squadrons in CAG-1 and respective units. Only time and Unit, and Lt. Joseph McWllllams.

don't you stay a little longer and Landing Signal Officers within three otliers from units of CAG- experience now stands In the wayof Comparison of teaching methods -
the Atlantic Fleet is be-
find out? made with the view of
10. Both of these air groups werehomebased their becoming fully qualified was
ing partially alleviated by the
at Cecil Field, but Navy Landing Signal Officers improving instruction."PADDLEWAVING" .
Begger: "Have you got enoughfor new Fleet Air Jacksonville
since that time students have reported -
a cup of coffco?" School for LSO's.Established to the school from Naval

Sailor: : "Oh, I'll, manage somehow last February at air stations nil along the eastern

thank] you." White House Field an outlying United States seacoast includ (: j
S .
emergency landing field ten miles ing some Marines. ''l'

Harris: "And your brother who north of NAS Cecil Field the DURING TilE school's three

was trying: so hard to get a government school was the first of three pro-
week course, students are taughtto
position-what's he do- posed by Admiral John J. Ballcn- .
direct aircraft landings on practice :.
ing?" tine (ret.), former CommanderAir :
landing fields/ and aboard air-
Brown: "Nothing. He got the Force, U. S. Atlantic Fleet
craft carriers.. This instruction includes sd

job. A second school was later established ] both day and night landings -
at NAS Quonset Point, R: ,
Friend: "So sorry I couldn't be I., while still another has been
Shulent'LBO's their traIn-
present at your wedding approved for NAS Occona, Va.JACKSONVILLE'S .
with classroom "skull
lug seaIons" -
Film Star: "Never mind, I'llhave school has
: / ; where they study the theoryof
another one soon. been assigned the task of train s.l.W9n'wnNe f
M aircraft approaches and carrier -
ing nil Atlantic Fleet's jet LSO's.
landings. At squadron ready-
Teacher: "If you subtract fourteen Only prop LSO's will be trainedat
learn the importance -
room briefings they .
from one hundred and six Quonset Point
of checking-
teen, what's: the difference?"
Classes at the school here tire out pilots on the signals that will,
"Yeah I think It's a
Tommy: ,
under the supervision of Lcdr. be used to guide them in when
lot of foolishness, too.
Theodore Buckenmeir, Hear Adm. I they land.

John Perry's staff LSO. Ho is assisted FLEET AIR Jacksonville in- .
#hwwA4'i'.9 <'VfMn H {rn./inv.r.M: v7nOnJnvwN: nn..wrNn Employer to beautiful blonde
with his teaching chores by structors then take their chargesout
who has filed a job application: TECIINIQUE Drilling in unison at
"Mis Jones, under 'Experience the senior LSO's<<: of the carrier air on the field to instruct themin White House Field, these Fleet Air Jax student LSOs are checked

groups which send students to the operation of a communications and double-checked on their landing signal techniques by veteran
rould be little
you a more specific the school. trailer, or "radio cart. "paddle waver" Lrdr. Theodore Uuckenmier. Standing in left
than just 'Oh, Boy'1"S background and operating headphones that provide communication -
The first class of piling LSO's Then comes "signal drills,"
S between an aircraft and the Landing Signal Officer Is Lcdr.
comprised five Naval aviators which enable Instructors to check Elmer; McClay. Front row (left to right) are: LUJg) William Od-
said little "a
"Daddy, Billy, for and correct any defects a man Lt.jg) C. E. Parker and Ensign William Burke Back row:

fellow in school told me I looked student might have in his landing LtJg( ) Joseph Stell, Lt. Dayo Pringle and LUjg) Rex: Berglund.
like Class Of 25
just you. I signal techniques f ,
That's nice said Dad "and'
After week of intensive instruction
n : Double Milk
what did ?"
you say Enrolls At the student LSO's "so-

"Nothing, he was bigger'n me." lo." They stand' alone and with-

SchoolA out resistance except in onemcscncy Ration ForServicemen

Credit Union Has, AGO wave in plane after

class of 25 Navy Ensigns, Including plnne. Q E4 ,
Money To LoanNeed two Brazilian officers, be- At the end of this period the
LSO's arc returned to their It's more milk for mllltaiy
ready cash for Christmas gan an eight-week course Wednesday new A Hallowe'en Dance will be
stationed In the
shopping The Jax Navy Federal I after checking In at Aviation They are Lt. Lewis Sauchez and held Saturday, Oct. 30, between personnel

Credit Union has announced a'' Ground Officers School ear- Lt. (jg) Roberto Arieira. 20000100. Door prizes and cos- United States, according to an

surplus of monies available for I lier in the week. Ensigns reporting aboard were: tume prizes will be given. agreement reached last week

small loans.Employees. This 16th class consists of former Morris Antony, Frank Baty, between the Agricultural De-

Interested should apply enlisted Navy men and War- I Charles Brammcicr, Jack DeBoer, Chief Powell, AEC, NATTC, pal'tment and the Army Quar-

at the Credit Union Office l rant Officers who have been com- John Frazier, Bowheart Frentress, was elected president at the termaster Corps.

Building 40. In order to expeditethe missioned 9.11' Ensigns. Several; of Norman: Halladay, William Hunter regular monthly general assembly

investigation and approval of them have served as instructors ; John Keener, Thomas Legett, meeting. The milk ration will be increased

small loan applications, the Credit or attended school at the Naval John McCracken, David Offrell, Requests were made to have a by one-half pint per

Committee is meeting twice week. Air Technical Training Center George Pearson, Melvin Premo, special Sunday Smorgasbord. No- person per day, and made avail-

ly. here in the past. Charles Rose, James Rose, Wil- tices will be posted when this able as soon as it can be ascertained -

Interest Is only one percent per Also in the incoming group are liam Rose, (no relation) Ches- event will take place. locally that it can be

month on the unpaid balance, and two officers from the Brazilian ter Smith, James Wallace, John The club has been making up
This will amount to
loans can be repaid over a period Navy, here for special study in I Yarwood, Benjamin Bibb, Max menus for noon specials.: Look
double of the
of up to two years. Aviation Ground Officer training. Gunn and Vincent Ztloncs. for them-they will surprise you a portion presentration.

About half the cost of the additional

I I New Blue Bolt Displays Bombing ProwessLcdr. t Servicemen Invited To by the Commodity milk will bo Credit paid Cor for

Nurses' Dance Friday and the services will
Paul Miller, Jr., new executive Banshee and won for him an in- Naval Academy class of 1043, he
Servicemen have b en extended pay the rest.
his in 1048.
officer of Fighter Squadron dividual Navy "E. won wings "
an invitation to attend a dance In the past, the armed forces
172, gave other pilots of the TO BE ELIGIBLE for an "E", AFTER SERVING with VC-24
sponsored by the St. Luke's Hospital have purchased milk from com-
squadron a lesson in glide bombing and VA-64 and with CincLant
a pilot must compile an averageof Senior Class of Student mercial companies in the vicin-

only a few days after report- 50 feet or less. The best aver- Staff, Lcdr. Miller attended Test Nurses Friday, Oct. 29, at the ity of the area where it is used.
ing to the squadron for duty.
During competitive exercises at age in AirLant for glide bomb Pilot School at Patuxent River. hospital's Cummer U ll. The additional milk, provided

Switzerland Target Range last ing in F2H aircraft recorded last As test pilot Lcdr. Miller has test- Games, prizes, a jitterbug con- under Public Law 690, will be

year was 50 feet. ed such planes as the Banshee jet test, and many other' attractionswill purchased in the same way.
week, Lcdr: Miller compiled an
average of 35 feet. Such accuracy Lcdr. Miller reported to the and the XF31I-1 Demon. be included on the, program. This new policy will help the

with bombs is regarled as a major Blue Bolts from VF-12 at NAS Before reporting to VF-172 he Charge for the dance is 50cents. Agricultural Department carryout

j accomplishment in an F2H Cecil Field A graduate of the was operations officer of VF-12. its price support program.r .


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28 October, 1954

TME-OUT| Hornets, Cavaliers Battler

Station With Gordon sports fans Robbie will F ::5'w i To 13-13 HAS r TieWhen

rec gBire-: a familiar figure evening's shadows are cast over the Mainside

standing: at the discharge r. touch football fields next Friday evening, the true strength

door this week as that of Jim r I of Fasron Six's,Banshees: should be known to all, -

Coughlin, Jax Navy first For, in a week' time, the un- .
across their scores late in the final
baseman for four seasons. beaten and untied league-leaders

The indefatigable "G ran n y" must face VF-44, a darkhors candidate half

fought slumps bruises and critics and OAR, another spoiler Apparently still suffering from
the Fasron Six shellacking. Monday .
in establishing himself as number Only other entry posing a threatto ,
one 'guardian of the initial Banshee aspirations is Fasron Personnel remained dormant

beck the past few summers W 109, already licking the wounds of against NARTU, dropping a 26-

('.",hlln take a' .SIS "life- two setbacks The two Fasronsvie 13 verdict

time", tatting mark with, him on'Stadium Field soil Nov. 15. Scoring twice la each fteg-

Into civilian life. Ills most pro {. After blanking Personnel 24- meat, NARTU waa led by Joe

ductlve year with the mare wa 0, Monday, Fasron Six remainedon Thompson Dirk I RelrJienbach.

in 1952 he compiled .352, good
in any league. ._ week.VF22 I bach scored a pair of TD's.

Granny' name was at the top two touchdown) underdog O & Jl claimed a forfeit win

of the hitting list this season \ I found a way to slow VF-44's 1 over VP-16. Games between VC-

registering a ."02 average after -. ._ ..i.-.,. .. A. I ground attack, holding the Hornets 62 Supply, VP CVG-17, and
to slow to a 13.13 standoff tQARTU-Operations went unre-
getting away a beginning TOPPLING PINS-These trundlers from Aviation Storekeeper -
The hot corner was Jim's position School are setting a hot pare in the NATTCenter intramural Two Glenns, Fuqua and Mapes, ported.

in his first year with the bowling league. Front row (left to right), are Wayne Garbarino, scored for the Hornets, while Kd Despite a somewhat shady 4.2
Dean Ramsey and Adrian Rarnier Rear, Jim Helcomb, Dean Bot- Faulk and Jim Witt tallied for
Flier Needing first base mate. torff and Andy Lehmann. The Student Storekeepers.hold a slim VF-22. Down 13-0, VF-44 pushedMainside mark, NAHTU leads teams in the
jlal, coach: Funk McCaffrey, withan lead over Naval Air Weapons System School in the 8-leam circuit. scoring department, with 138

eye to Coughlin's ability with points on the debit side 0 & R

the bat, shifted him to the right IVP.18 HalJ- : ; '';'.':' '' :. ( r :, ; and Fasron Six come next, with

ride of the infield. I ic1iJTtii1kt! : : : ') ii. ", 4G'W tj; 107 and 105: points respectively!

The right side of the diamond .. I.. STANDINGS
Lead In A. L.
proved light for Granny, too. After : Week r.mllnt OrUlxr, S.I

a while of )pronounced indecision : t Fal'IO'81"Team . ...W 4 J.0 T 0 105)'"" I'A 41

on certain plays, a result Bo.wling LoopFinn .r : olin . .. .. .. .. 5 1 01IYl.44
Hospital/ .. .... ... 4 1 1 W :89
jpor4L .
of unfamiliarity Coughlin blossomed : i v Jo'-J: .. .. .. 2 1 1 57 5r)
into a first-)line product.One believers in the adage, ; NAl 'l'l' . .. .. 4 2 0 KM iFnsron
: 1OT .. .. ., 4' :a. 0 '741)!
I less' familiar hand will, "Bigger they are harder they VI-' ... .. . 4 2 0 107 K7
l be around when the baseball roll fall!" Fasixm Six keglera, In a VF'-11 . .. .. ... a:. :1 i :a. si :WJ:
# -- L Supply . .. 1 .1 :2. .r>7 71
It called cnme mid-Tehniary. belated drive for the top humiliated - -- -- Personnel .. ... 2 3 0 Rl 52
O'I'ulI.ns! 1 .'J 0 M 77
Fasron 109 4-1), in feature VT-B2 . ,1 4 0 41 7-i!
Flint/ boxing: smoker of the action in the NAS American bowl. Gym Site Of cv(5-iT; :. . ..0-. .0 e O-IG iWeather :

Hew" reason will be tonight, bar ing league. S

ling unforeseen circumstances, at Jim Mail 10, Ed Martin and Bill Outlook

2000 at King Hall Camp Stfwait's Staggfl formed the nucleus of a Waves

always; tough ilnpmcn will be Jax l otent Banshee attack :M
Navy's: 01'PCI1tnt9.In'rellIell team captain, mored a r 6l set ies, .. I

interest in the ring followed by D27) and 516 by Mar fudges still })ondel'-'- Sunday-Clear and cool I

Sport; aboard the station has tin and Btaggs, respectively ing the winning nickname for ball squad, first game of the i'

caused the enlargement of facilities The Banshees came within 12 the .lax Navy Wave basket- season has been set for to-
in Price Natatorium at NATT- morrow night at the Mainside
-- -
pins of tiring thesf'Qson's- high "
Center" where Flier pugilists take
plnfall mark of 2490, held' by VP- Slate gym.
daily Wet.koutll. 18., NAS Coach Matt Kurilich plans to

In addition to the topside facilities -- JlII k1.Win Twit Sets Dozen TiltsThe use most of his 20-girl squad in Clean Slate In
at Building 614 for coach
the tilt Bailcs-
opening against
The Patrolmen remained in first ,
Hub Perkins! campaigners nn additional place posting a 3.1 win over VF- NAS intramural touch Sey of Jacksonville. NAS Net PlayFasron
ring and mat has been
the far
football circuit rounds
171. A weak second game denied Probable starters are Pat Gorsky -
pet up on the main deck with I volleyballers have
turn this week as the 14-entry
T.18 of an expected shutout. and Martha Dutcher at for-
locker and shower space. league enters the final half of headaches this week
VP-3 claimed a pair of victories, ward, Jean Boatwright and Gerri dng-size
Our Uiaiika t Pete
Salviiat NATTCVnter SIO forth defeating VF-l71, 3.1, after posting competition. A battle- between VF- orsky as rovers, with Shirley 'after taking it on the chin twice
44 and Fasron Six highlights
information. Salvus add a ,fotfeit win over VF22. week's activity. Morris and Ginny Drown holding during Mainside intramural vote

that the fvUWe* are'! available Despite an ample 2311 pinfall, Thnrtdsy. Oct. JS down the guard posts. leyball play last week

Is.c both nhfiJflU and support VA-175's Diplomats dropped a 3.1 VP-:3 v. Supply, Stadium.: Ponder Selections A "dream battle" between the

pee+...ri at the- Center and decision to VF-44. Joe Pavinato, \'l'62.II.. Friday Fawwi, Oct.Six,ZiPeisonnet Muslin Twenty entries have been received Beavers and CVG-17, each unscathed -

)(alyilr with a 566 series, led the winnersto VI. Fmrnn 101.! Muffin by the judge in the "Name at the time, turned intoa .
MvAday, N." 1
it a 2402 plnfall. VP-3 VI. n A R. Stadium. the Team" contest. With several waltz for the Staffers. Scores
TitxUjr, >... t
Only sic JUvy men currently: Medics Unbeaten Honpttal VI. Upeiatlonc! SUdlum. outstanding, suggestions sent in, were 15-7, 15-8.

hold bona t the Distinguished Marksman I National League action was Vl<'--I4 v*W. Fisron 4nd.y Six., N.Muslin*. I17 an extra week has been given IN A STRUGGLE for second

and Dt Vt''M9.: Personnel, Muitln.Th .
Shot award Capt. Theodore O. victory over Transmitters, 40.: >rdar, N.". 4 monicker. licking No. 2.
Dahl wfe- recently left the postof Lora the NARTU vi. Fasron 109! Stadium
Carpenter WM big gun Tomorrow's encounter will be
Supply vii. Operation, Muitln. VF-44 went Into a third-place
Commander, FAW-11 is the with a 567, the lone appearance for the Jax tie with the Beavers by defeating

only one e< these now on active Special Services remained comfortabljt Navy Waves until Nov. 10 when forlorn FAW-11 15-0, 15-0, 15-0.

duty. in runner-up position witha they face the Prudential Girls. It marked the losers' fifth straight

SII&KT PBSTS! Pensacola's (.0 conquest of Commlsaary 19U.i5.Ju: Navy Waves loss in league competition. ,
griddera in line for Navy pigskin -
Thelosers' came back, however, Schedule Earlier VP-3 overran the Hornets
honors Great Lakes' eleven :
with a 3.1 decision Transmitters
15-11 156. This evened the
Oct. 24-} allt. Soy. home. ,
loaded for bear, fell before
later in the week.
Nov 5-NAS PenMcola away. Huskies mark at 3.3.COMMUNICATIONS.
the Goshawk. recently, 2112. Nov. Keesler Waafe. away.
Hospital stayed undefeated, Nov 7-Kaltn: Warts, away played
Good thing Jax Navy disbanded 4 Nov 10/ -Prudential, home.
football. shutting out deflated Personnelon if it C t' Nov< 12-Pepsi-Cola: home. doormat last week, dropping decisions
the strength of Ed Cypher's Nov 17-Prudentlat t. home.
The Goshawk are led by Ivan f;' Nov. :l-Shaw Waafs. away (1'( ). to Operations, 15.5, 15-11,
510 series Nov :3; >-P nU Island
away and Fasron Sir 15-4 15-11,
The Terrlbl Kamlnskl (.5
Nov 21-Ft. Jackson, T). .
26S: Ik. line aoaasher. A great Third place Supply rolled past Dec. 4-H rrl Island home.
guy, Kamlnsld gave us 4.' coperatiM hot-and-cold NARTU, 3.1, while Dec. 5-('.... lYachmi. home this league with CVG-17 faced

when Pemucola wa Communications was handing Operations Dec.Jan: 7--Fort 10-11- a.r.CtlhO"f: ( ). with nothing but a few small

here for the Sixth Naval Dla- a 3.1 trimming NXe Jan.Jan. .21-33 2K-2 Kftlln I>nacola Wash W.vea., home home IT). humps on file way up the unbeaten

hid kardnroml. teumey.' NATIONAL IJCAGUK Jan. 30-Lockheed Jets. home trail.
Tan W; I.. Yet.
Struck pay dirt last week, had hospital ...........14 a 1.000 --
two out of three the Spec. Services ......,..19! 1 .950
upsets on Supply- ............... 14 3 .875 Center Bird I
nose. Hoping for even better luckT Communication ......IS 3 ,813 .a III Tourney Ends PlayA '
Operation* .....n..,. 9 7 JS63NARTU :
( ), we pick Notre Dame over ............... 5 11 ,313
Navy, Baylor over TCU, Kansas Commissary ....,...It' S 11 .SIS s. .,r double crown went to Paul Jim Bryant and Ben Router in
Personnel ............, 4 1*:, ,260KAJKTU II
State- over Kansas and W. Virginia .....i..u.4 1ft ,300 i Aviation Electrician's the doubles event.
over Pitt. Transmitters .......... 2 Id ,100 "';'.. Mat----- School,. Class 'It, when he Scoring went: 17-15, 13.15 and
Photo Lab ... ..... 1 11 083AMKBICAN
"IIERE ARE' THE KEYS"- took the singles title in the NATT- 157.

On the service football front: LKAGUC: The wide' ef NATTCenter Center badminton tournament, Bryaift and Rotter, of Naval
Tan W. 1.. f... Services is evident
Newport Naval 40, Hanacom AFB VP-18 .13! 1 ,*W Special then paired with Gene Byron of Air Weapons System School were
52. Penn 8 6T VP-3 ..................15! & ,?:. as Lt. Francis K. Carnlcom turns AE-B School to cop the doubles ahead by eight points at one timein
Navy Army
; ; the of his position
VF-44 ft ..TiOFaarort over keys
Columbia 12; Rochester 13, Kings Six ............. 8 .4 ..687Faaron as Special Services Officer U laurels. the first game but loot out.
10) ......... a 4 .667 ,
Point 7; Ft. Belvoir 22,. Ft. Monmouth KAW-11 .12 R .600, Lt. Edward Stacy Lt. Carnlcom Koontz won the singles crown Again they had a chance to
7; Bolling AFB 15, Ft. VA-m .......'........ II R ..nooVF171 has been transferred to Memphis by defeating Byron, 15-10: 1511. : win the third game but lost their
... .,........... 3 !9 .250 Tenn., FFT VX-S, 'Atlantic
Jackson 15 (tie); Great Lakes ComFalr Ja" ....n.., 4 ll! .2W! City, N. J. Ills successor is well Both he and Byron were extendedto service, with Koontt and Byron
VC-62 ... ..n......, a 16 .< Navy 55, Joras 0. VF-X1: .J.....AOV..M. 0 :W .<***.. .known. .among. golfers. . .at. .NAS.. ., . . . . .

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28 October, 1954 - ," I Jim York Paces

l i E! NRIlllgl '( I

VF-22 Unravels TraFac To 12-0 .

Aerials In CFJ '
4 Grid VictoryA

Touch TourneyScoring y : 'f -
,10-yaid gallop ,by Jim ,

with sudden fury I on z. York, Train i ins: Facilities:
the first series of plays, VF-21 ', halfback, after interceptingan

underdog Cavaliers eked out a enemy pass, highlighted A

7-6 victory, over VC-62 in the ti- + 12-0 victory for TraFac over
nal round of the ComFairJ lnwwr Airman Preparatory 'School

touch football tourney last week P last week in the NATTCentertouch

at Stadium Field. football league.
By 'virtue of the win. VF-21 A pass from Bob Abrams t.
will represent ComFairJax in the Chuck Teiti tallied the other

AirLant event next week at'NAS' touchdown.Last .

Norfolk. / week, TraFac also *1tat.
Winner ,of that fray moves I onto ed Marine Aviation Detachment<<: ,
Atlantic Fleet play .also at s 4 21-6. Bob Piplilng, Hawk Powell

NAS Norfolk, week of Nov. 29. and Jack Myrlck: sied ,countersfor .

With rules quite apart from t _,___ .lli___ ....- Stew the 1053 duulleJ\'.
those used in NAS intramural mitt-stingers will appear against Camp Crews. TwlH
ARMY These Jax Navy-Marine set for a 200* start
READY card
competition the four-team field art's Soldiers IB King Hall at NATTOeater teDf: t. The season's Scat 155 AOA) Sck..l: "Bull" GilChrist \ Special Services, led \y Ron
completely. Even poi '- 1(3 la*. AE-A) Schoal; Beb Bash Services Naval Alt
was fooled From left, are, Clarence'RwMrll, Ralph Rollins, 139, NATTCealer Spevfal Turnquist, dumped
erhouse Fasron Six unbeaten in I 173, NAS HpeHul' Srnlrrs melt Bofe and Perkins Bob Spr; cer,1N, AEA) School Weapons .System' Schet 27Turnquist .*.
Seheol), -
Mainside play ; IlirL Greatorex, -- II *cert 4 one TD from

VF-22, with a newfound a ial sunk the Hanshees on Ring Smoker HANDFUL!
game for a 65-yard: junket
opening dart, 90. days luring pects t. build around the Ken The Special Services Mar also
VC-02: blanked VIM, lone Ce- Hall \\lib eltht practice Defend this, from
At King passed Already, number .fcandidate tatk7'eteran. scored another on a pass
entrant 13-0 in anothkomiCnal bleak. revered
cil Field seeking betths on the e appears ,Chuck McCommas that

Employing encounter.the one-hand tOllch, Tonight At 8 the wood 1954-55 squad tax baa Nary ruc'btel.a hardAll positions open with are candidates still definttely 40 yards Twe C.aversloe

seven-man rules to be used ))41 Coach Bob Perkins will\ showoff meager 26, barely enough for asked to report to McCaffrey McComnias tallied en a 3G-'lld

AirLant und Fleet coinpelitic ', the 1954 Jnx Navy boxingtram a full fceiK*. at the MaJjtside gym, any weekday pass interreptten"aAd Johnny Cul-
mining games proved to be an) for ringside fans in an I- On Up of the thin turnout, at ISM. Personnel from breth scored from six yard out.

thing but effective.. bout show this evening in King only one returnee from last EVERY unit aboard the Naval Culbietu .and Tiunqulst scored

Hall at NATTCenter. scasva's Sixth Naval District Air Station ,and every outfitattached conversions and Kd Call trappeda
Sports FromYesteryear Opposition will be provided by hampionsltlp squad Dick t. ComFatrJax are safety to wrap up the worlng-.
the pimch-and-Ro Camp Stewartling Tale, ha returned In other games, NAWS School
quad Coach Frank McCaffrey ex eligible l defeated AEA) School, 13-12, and

Jax: Navy, ring-'ise! from xev- ---==-- ---- AKA) spilled\ ANP), 2d., -
xiiv 'n'uHO TODAYFootball cral Golden Gloves warm-ups, is STAN n1Na
scoreboards r fad as the best : To Tear W. IT..
considered by many Civilian Golf Tourney .. Ii tI :2
like this hUH(: Ft. Pietcetrln" Spoe-: t'ai' .... u
Ml- to come out of the station in sometime I AOA) ""honl l ,,,,,,,,,,,, s 1 0
( ) Aniphlba 38, U nf AKA) School ,,; R 1 1IraKuc
21,. .,, .. ?,,,?,,..... .4 2 :IAI'fA
amt 0; St. Maij's Piefllght PERKINS has two ) School .u.....,,,,,,, 3 .1: J:
12 Alamed'a ConlOimrd COACH NA\\S School .,.,... a 4 i;
UCLA ; willing scrappers in Marine Bob Crown New Champion \ Morin ...,.,,,,,,., 3: S t
19, College of Pacific and Sailor ANn') Sciuwl .......,.,.., 3 ti 0STRIKES
17, Navy 15 i
0 Georgia Tech
and; Norman Navy, 19, Ama- Ralph Rollins 142-pound scupper Although the ,annual civilian championship golf
illlo AAK 13. undefeated in Golden Gloves ment is in its second l'OUJHor play, it is a tourna-j 1
Jacksonville.. and also new
competition in Station champion
l'I\K ,n .\nR AGO TODAY there will be a new
Jnx Navy won ltd. third game! The perennial Unlit-heavy favorite pions of all Ii hts.Fa'orltes SPARES
of the season, whipping Chat "Bull" Gikhrist, is also on I fell by the w a y i Ide Heib Pinney, last jeai's runner-
the card Win or lose, "Da Bulle"is bunch of slaughtered dragons SPLITSA
ham Field 46-0, In a lopsldfd like a up in another top championship
d-pleaser, both with hisfistic fiist round of play,
Gator Howl encounter. a ci ow in the flight match.In .
theparade tactics end ring showman l Tuesday. flight half dozen new name graced
With Bill Arthur leading completed other championship
Jnx Navy skeet shoot- ship. I Starting .the! landslide was Ray matches .'l.ed Everett disposed of the 200 Club roster last week

fitalked off with most of SOME OTHER boxers knownto Kennedy of O A R who tipped Jack Sharpe 4 and 3, while Charlie with three men entering the club

the honors In the JacksonvilleGun J Jax Navy fans are Hy Strange, defending champion Rod Pinney, Boucher took, the measure of In a repeat performance
Club Open.Beginners 133-pounder who'll tangle with 1-up in 19 holes. Pinney was med Dick Cleveland, 3: and 2. Brad Ktdd, 223, and Earl Black
of Camp Stewart. alist. with a 76 Steady Kennedy Bill Couch- stock, 201, both of Special Seiv
._ _______ __ _n .. Johnny Moten In first flight play
WecornedAt Moten, fans may recall, won the hall held the title before nour defeated Andy Pfaney 5 and ices, and Jack Carroll, 212, found

Golden Gloves here a year ago. 1'lanej Bow 4. Jack Plew Walker Crevasse the way in for the second time.
Bowling SessionsAll Then there is Johnny Meek or: Jim Veaiil continued the week's I and Charlie Fields drew byes. Newcomeis were: Tom Martin,

women, military and cltll- ComFairJax, a 126-pounder and trend with a 3 and 2 victory over I Roling Choked Fasion Six, 210; Al Pavlnato, VF14 -

ian, associated with the mili- Clarence Russell! 158-pound Ma In second round matches Bill ( 217; Jack Campbell, Commu
tary ttenlceft' In the Jacksonville rine. Engineers Post ShutoutIn Hauls downed Leonard Eubanks, nications, 206; Al Spera, Operation -

area, are invited to attend Newcomers include Bol I 0 & II Keg League 2 and 1, and Frank McCaffrey *, 212; Lest Carpenter, FAR-
weekly bowling Melons' "Smokestack" Spencer, 6'6" Marine Emergency Repair featured action choked off Bob Boling, 5 and 4. TU, 206: and Ed Gallagher, FARTU -
at the KhcrMde Alleys each and Johnny third flight action Glenn 200.
heavyweight, in the 0 A R bowling league In ,
Wednesday at 1900.A whitewashing bested .W. H. Hutchings, 1- minimum number of
Woods, 146 pounds. last l week with a 3-0 Volp With the
qualified instructor. will be of Electric Shop. Ken Parka up; Joe Perritt trimmed J If. games rolled, Al Yarmak-of NAR-
available! to assist!! with plentyof Marines the : 6 Jake Smith eliminated individual averages -
Banshees, filed a 507 series in pacing Lee, 7'and ; 'TU clung to the
fun for alL Al Quagliano, 8 and 6. lead with 181.
Decisions winners. ,
For further information, call Drop Keg declsloned Power Paring MadeSecond
Engineering TOP TEK'AVMllAflKflNam
handed Fasron .
t-933x. Pepsi-Cola tolling matches are now I:"It A.rei Ar.Yarmak.
Will Schultz round *
Plant, 3-0, with 181Durnl.
2-1 setback in the MajorbowlingHeague NARTU
Six a, :527. Planning No. 2 took three in progress and must be playedby HocpltM .,.,..11 177
last week. Carroll, VA-H5: ,,,,,,...,., "7Fdolo.
StorekeepersDouse Marines lost games from Supply as' George sundown Tuesday. VP-18 ,.,,,,,,....12 176
NATTCenter tallied 533. Championship Flight: Kenne ravlnato. VT-44 ...,,.,.,,,M 171UKgg
in Veteran' League McLemore Fiuron Six .,,,,,., lt>7
ground /
Planning No. 1 beat Accessories dy vs. Veaiil and Red Eveielt vs. MJC ,,, ,., s 166
SparksIn kegling, a and S Manufacturing 535. :3aF.V\ ,.,..,,,:,,,ln 1a1S
a 3-0 decision to 2-1, with Jack Veaitl firing a Chailie Boucher. Blarkgtork, Spec,Set, ,,,,, 1611
posting took the meat- NARTU ......9' 1MI i
Division Bill Gouchnou; Mytia,
full Machines First Flight:
lead to .
boost its
Loop Control, 21. and Jack Plev
Keg the Marines. uie of Production vs. Charlie Fields
games :over Civilians Eiiler Play
---- --- vs. Walker Crevasse
Aviation Storekeeper School Harris vs. Pu-

,kept on top the NATTCenter intramural Second Flight McCaffrey v>. Gemming In Volleyball Loop
bowling league last Candland Cops Net t Toga I liagnano. ;

scoring a shutout victory Perrit organized NAS civil-
week by .. Third Flight: Volp vs. A newly
Electi ician'sMate entered
Aviation team ha
Johnston. ian
final, and Smith vs.
School, Class A. Jack Candland, claj khorse Mrs. competition in the Jax City Volleyball
In other activity, NAWS School Jax Navy performer, dumped Wilson' teamed with League.In .

shut out AO (A) School; Marines top-seeded teammate Leon Wilson Haxine Davis defeating the mixed Mary their first encounter againstJaxbased
topped AE (A), 3-1; AE (B) de- !' Sunday on the, Boon: Park Taylor and Zeibe for SCUTTLEBUTT"s Fasron 109 the civilians -
3-1 NAWS 7-5, 6.4, to win themen's doubles crown, 6-4, 6-3.
cisioned Spec.-Sery., ; courts, best tW -or-thrte
defeated AE (B), (-0, and Marines singles title in the fifth MRS. DAVIS and the Sax % dropped a
trampled Commissary, 40. annual Riverside Tennis Club Navy star firmly established set.
Close behind AK (A) .School in Tourney.OUTPLAYING. themselves a* the top mixed Any civilian employees interested
the standings is evenlybalancedNAWS the more ex- doubles entry in the city this in Joining the squad are

School. AE (A) takes up per ienced Wilson in all phases season. ...-.' asked to get in touch with Albert

third place with the Marines: of play, Candland pulled his Earlier this year, the duo t .. Isaac, Hangar 124, extension 631.
rounding out the first division. second stunning upset in a like has copped the crowns in both -r The team is sponsored by the

Second division teams are head- number of days. The new cham- the Duval County and City Employees Association tire Naval

ed by AE (D) School, followed by pfon, third-seeded, disposed!' of I ', "Keep those folding wings" Air Station.
Spec.-Serv., AO (A) School and Andrew Ziebe in the nemi- Championships -we're almost thrrt!



Eight JAX AIR NEWS 28 October, 1954

Shore Patrol
(Continued from Page 1)

FOR RKNT. ice facilities

Sleeping room, Like Forest Hills. Schoelhommer, the new Shore

Ph. 5-4381. Patrol Officer, enlisted in t 1*.

2 rni. turn apt., ?50. Ph. 2-4847 Navy in 1952, In Philadelphia.Sent .

after 530.: 4334; Post, Wilkinson, to NAS San Diego after:
completing boot training, he ap
Furn. rms. Ph. 8-2770. 2601 Park,
plied for Officers' Candidate

Houston. School, from which he was grad.
3 rm."furn. gar. apt Cpl. $75. 2G01 w : uated with the commission of En-

\ : Park Ph. 8-2770, Houston.Furn. L sing in July, 1953. Last September -

1 l house, Riverside: ;Ph., 2-7396, T 1 \ he was advanced" to his present -

2. !%Turch.rm. furn.. apt., 2018 Ernest F; & Hooks rank., who has served with the

Ph. 7-6845;, Ballentlne. : I Navy since 1942, will be detachedsoon
to Inactive
1i! rni. 2163:: PhyUls. Ph. 7-4788 duty.
\ .
.' '
or 7-8223, Dodd.

2 rm. apt. 3615 Mayflower Ph. Nix Flat
8-5186; Davis. '

3 rm. turn apt., $50, 2363 Myra. (Continued from Page 1))

Ph. 7-4738, George. NEW BOARD l\IEETS-Eledlon of officers was first on the was due for release to Defense

Furn.. apt., $13.50 p.w. 2037 Her- agenda when the new Board of Directors of the Employees' Association Department last week, includes
schell. Ph. 7-6427. Caldwell. Association metlast, week. Shown wishing the new board good lurk, study of incentive-hazard pay, per
is Robert Brown, 0 & R, outgoing president, who turns the office
3 rm. furn. apt., :3515 Cypress. Ph. diem, travel and transportation
over to Frank Wood, Supply. Seated (left to right are: Kenneth
24784. McDuffie,. Supply; Bertha Mthlman, Miscellaneous ; allowances and dislocation pay to
Will share farm homo, Doctor's Wilds, Miscellaneous; Edwin Robinson, 0 It It; James Wood, 0 k help defray expenses involved in
: Inlet. Ph. 112-8-4754: Faulk. Board Lays '. R and Bryan Cornwall, 0 & R. Standing (leftto right) Walker changing duty stations. It will
Crevasse, Public Works Frank Wood Robert Brown outgoing
2 rm. turn apt., '15.'> King. Ph.: member Max Rosenberg;and Thomas Cow; n, Public Works.; now have to survive Defense, the

c 7-5007 774115, David. separate- services and the Budget/-:

3 rm. turn apt., 2811 Iroquois. Ph. 54. 55 PlansMembers Bureau before it is ready for Congress -

8-6937, Richardson. .. Weekend Tide Table DATA .

1 bdrm. furn. apt, gar. 1233 Ingle- HIGH LOW J I Ii l lCla.sses Army Secretary Stevens has

side. Ph. 2-5567, Thomas. of the nine-man Board A.M. P.Ml: 1UI. P.M. FROM joined in the fight for a pay increase
1666 Woodmcie Dr. oC 'Directors of the Employees'Association and said in a recent speech
burn rm., 9:20
Friday : 9:33: 2:41: 3:22: in high school Algebraand
Ph. 2-3748, Houser. gathered for an official that it should be eight percent.
Sat. 9:56: 10:10: 3:16 4:00:
Plane have startedat
meeting last Thursday, their Geometry .
home with Ph.
Will share cpl.
Sun. 10:35: 10:51: 3:55: 4:42:
first since the civilian elections the NAS Education Center
2-1595. McKinstry. ,
3 mi. furn. apt., adults, 112 E. In September. for off-duty study. Many personnel SAFETY

Ashley. 'Ph. 4.5676, Stradtman. Frank C. Wood, Supply, who Little Theatre Has seem to be interested in these

Furn. bdrm., 3203 Lakeshore Blvd. was reelected for a new twoyearterm courses as they offer a great deal a+r z .
Ph. 2-2771, Nelson. was named president of the
For of benefits.If .
2 bdrm. furn. apt, 1218 Challen. Board. Sidney J. Wilds, Miscellaneous Openings Play

Ph. 2-0291, Hanks.. Group, was reelected secretary The Little Theatre of Jacksonville you are going on to college

5 rm. turn apt, 3613 College- PI. and Bertha Mehlman, Mis- is seeking nine men after you get out of, the Navy, DRIVE WELL rAND
Ph. 28981. cellaneous Group, was chosen young his Is a good place to pick up FARE W LL

2-3-rm. furn apts., $65. 3664 He- treasurer. eighteen to twenty-four, who are some forgotten Math. If you needa DRNE> PELL-MELL:

drick. Ph. 8-1598, Bryan. Bryan Cronwall, Overhaul and ntercsteoT in appearing in the credit in one of these courses AND FAREWELL ,,

2 & 3 rm. furn. apts., 2035 Ernest. Repair, was appointed by the forthcoming production of "Ber- to get your high school diploma, +Fi .c r

Ph. 7-4234, Joiner. president to serve again as chair- nardine." most high schools will recognizethis

3 bdrm. house, 4617 Ulmer. Ph man of the cafeteria committee. course as a regular semesterin

2-8214 after 5:00: Raker. He will be assisted by Kenneth Tryouts the author for the of comedy"Harvey, writtenby ," will school. There is nothing you NAVY WIVESCORNER

3 bdrm. (house, 1508 Avondale.' Ph. McDuffie, Supply, and Thomas be held at 2000 Friday, Oct. 29, can lose by coming to these class
2.8948, Rowland. Cowan, Public Works. meetings.This .
and again Tuesday, Nov. 2, at the
Will share home with cpl. 2804 S is a regular USAFI course
Little Theatre Building, rehearsalroom Wives Club No. 86 held
li Navy
Waller. Ph. 2-7687, Pinholster. Edwin Robinson and James with the help of an instructor.
on San Marco Blvd, in the its Oct. 20 at the
regular meeting ,
S rm. furn. apt., $50. Avail. Nov. Wood, of Overhaul and Repair, Southside. If yon desire to take the end-of-
club house in Park with -
13. 2739 Green, Buchanan. will be co-chairmen of the vendIng course test, you will need to en- Dewey
The play tells the of 39 members 8 visitors.
story one plus
2 rm. rum apt., $48. 2531 Dell- committee; while Walker Cre- roll .In USAFI which is only.
Wormy Weldy and his search for The National Convention reportwas
wood. Ph. 7-6028, Wilkinson. vasse, Public Works, will repre- $2.00. If you are already enrolled,
his dream girl, Bernadine. No given by Linde Forsythe,
4 rm. furn. apt., $75, 624 Lomax. sent the board on the station's then the fee is taken care of.
specific types are needed for the chairman of the 16th annual con-
Ph. 2-1772 civilian athletic committee.The The class has started
Just and
Puryear. nine roles, two of which are lead vention held at the Seminole Hotel -
3 rm. turn apt., 3253 Dignan. Ph. Board, which meets once only a couple of class meetings
ing parts. Oct. 1015. Sincerest thanksgo
8-1760, Ballentine.Z each month, supervises the opera- are behind you. The Algebra class
to all service and
Personnel interested obtain personnel,
rm. (urn. apt., 2984 Green. Ph. tion of f the vending machines and can meets in the Education Center,
further information civilian, who helped to make the
by phoning
Ext. 8153 or 8-4447 after 5:30: the civilian cafeteria. From time Building 055, each Monday and convention
9-4425, between 1330 and 1700. a great success.
Hester. to time additional services are offered Tuesday at 1900 and the Geome-
.. Due to transfer of President
4 rm.furn. apt., adults, 2636 My employees t>y the Associa try meets at,1900 on Tuesday and Harriet Weir and Secretary Elsie

ra Ph. 7-8516, ,Cowart tion.As Wednesday at the same place. The Rose, election for these offices

2 furn. apts., $40, 2148 Rosselle- I an example, the Board has classes meet for a two hour period. were filled by electing Shirley

Ph. 7-5461, Winter. now provided for seven Notaries .. V Y.'m. Inquire at the Education Cen White as Vice-president and Nell

FOR SALE Public to be located at various ., ter, Building 955, topside, about DeLoach as Secretary. June Hoover -

5 bdrm. home, GI equity, 3532 Me- points aboard the Station. These "; the classes or ask any questions former Vice-president, took

cafln. Ph. 889987, Power. people will authenticate docu- concerning your education prob over the President's chair. Former

3 bdrm. CBS home, low equity, ments free of charge for membersof lems. President Weir installed the new

5217 Marlene Ave., Hooks. the Association. They are: t officers.

1048 27-ft. house trailer SeaboardAve. Robert Brown and Joseph O'Con- Turkey Shoot SlatedOct,30By0&R June Hoover appointed Mildred -

Ph. 8-1259: Owens. nell, 0 & R;' Kenneth McDuffie ..' i, Whatley as chairman of

1 bdrm. house, gar., 5780_Cedar and Sarah Gardiner; Supply; Thomas the Way and Means Commit

Forrest Dr. Ph. 23582Sher. Cowan' and Walker crevasse, :,i i01' The 0 & R Supervisors' Social tee and Ruth Fuhrman as Publicity

rill. Public Works and Sidney Wilds, Club.announces an open house and Chairman. Jeanne Fhilla-

I rm. house, 112 Fountain Rd. Ph. Industrial Relations.. '\ : turkey shoot to be staged at the means ua voted in as a new
Ext..321 Leaving. ,, '. member .
club site at 1200 Saturday Octo-
MISCELLANEOUSWill Profits realized from the opera :\- ber' 30.Fully. The Navy Wives Cookbook is.

tion of vending machines and the the National Organization's big
baby sit, 2163 Phyllis St. Ph. > dressed 10 to 12poundturke's'
cafeteria, after assuring first an project for this year. All handsare
7-4788 7-8223 Dodd.
or ,
will be offered as prizes,
Riders wanted'from Southside adequate, healthful food servicefor Invited to participate. If you
; 5i'J with and ammunition pro-
Hudnall Rd. & Phillips Highwayto employees, are also appropriated : vided.guns have a special recipe, send it to

0 & R, 07001530. Ph. 9-6132 by the board for departmental > : Peggy Bailey, 10209 Edgewood
and station social 'and <. ? As an added attraction there Ave., Silver. Spring, Md. Dead-
after 4:30: Rhodes. ,.
: ;
"'. : will be chicken barbecue with line for
athletic events. ; a receipt of recipes is Feb
)Riders wanted to Pittsburgh, Pa.
'( ;. f half a chicken going for $1.00. A section is to be devotedto
Leaving Nov. 3. Ph. Ext. 8276or All employees by virtue of their /F: ,:. ruary.
8456, Drake. employment at NAS Jax are: The club 'sjje\ is located. on the men's culinary arts. This i

I members of the Association, and west (right) side.of. Blanding book will be on sale sometime
A Navy boot on guard had entitled to benefits therefrom Highway (Fla. 21) about 1.1 miles next year through local Navy

strict orders to admit no car unless without assessment of dues or south of Doctors Inlet Rd. (Fla. Wives Clubs and Navy Exchanges.

it bore a special tag. He other obligations. Members of ?the o x. 224)). Look for the white triangle The price will be $1.00.

topped a car: carrying a high- Board' will receive suggestionsfrom 48.'t sign with the 'red border. Saturday night, October 24, a

ranking officer and heard the any employee concerning its TONSORIAL TOOTS1E-Mar Two more shoots will be held Scavenger Hunt' was held at the

bras instruct his chauffeur, operations. Ion Stafford is not' wearing a. in the future, one on'.Nov. 13 and club house, followed by a spag-
peppermint stick. The well '
"Drive right through." Ii tailored costume represents a the other on Dec. '11. hetti supper 'and dancing.
Not-New pick-ups will be Nov.
"I'm sir" gold the boot barber ,pole and signifies her, 4
sorry, Info On, AA AvailableFor 'recent selection as. "The girl !'I lost control of my car." 3 .at officers' housing and Nov.

indifferently, 'but Tm new at this. Information'concerning Alcoholics ,with whom we would most like "Have an accident 17 at Cumberland Road housing.The .-

Whom do I ."hoo a. you.pre the "'An nymoMf .,call > extension 'Stafford'to have a appears close shave.unperturbed". Miss "No -- taught my son< and I next meeting will' be Nov..

ktTC'rt-. I QiS. "'bj Me possibility dMighftr'fo drive..' r 3 'at \the Dewey Park Clubhouse.age .