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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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December 2, 1954


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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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Home of Commander Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval District; Commander Fleet_Air_Jacksonville; Fleet Air Wine 11; Naval Air Technical Training Center _._.

May Also ExtendLength

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: 'S Of FirstHeEnlistment

WomenAt __

School :: i Cut

The largest class of servicewomen ,

this year is now undergoing The Navy has announced that personnel on first en

training in Airman Prepara listments may reenlist for periods of two or three years as
tory School at the Naval Air t well as the four or six years now in effect. .
Technical Training Cenler.
Before the implementation of
instructed in months of expiration of their.
Presently being the new change, Navy enlistedmen
r Naval Reserve enlistment If
aircraft familiarization, part of '
could not reenlist but could
at they choose to reenlist in the
the training course
only extend their enlistments to
school the 18 Waves Naval Reserve, they are not
the Navy continue their service for interims
eligible to receive the reenlistment
and Women Marines are being of less than four years.
taught the rudiments of naval air. bonus.
-- KKACT1VATION of the two Enlisted men who choose to
and three year reenlistmenln, extend their enlistments for
The rlght-\trk, course Is dl.
moth-balled in of
September any reason may now do so for
vided Into aircraft familiarization 1948 and 1949 ,
respectively periods of one or more years,
frimlval and emergency when initial enlistments were
not to exceed an aggregate to-
equipment, basic MdlN concern.Ing .....::' .:... .. also for two and three years,
aircraft, and aviation ratIng (Please Turn to Pare 8, Col. 5))
opens the doors for prospectivecareer
familiarization Navy men who may tend
'. ---
The AlrFam class includes, the the of Corsair to shy away from long term
[LARGEST CLASS-Perched atop leading edge a Night
history of aviation, theory of wing Is the largest class this year of women attending Airman I""obllgn Uon8. They may now reenlist Lallllllry'DrOlJ
flight, plane types, plane desig Preparatory School, at NATTCenter. Seated are (left to right) for shorter terms, and Installed
nation, safety precautions, nomenclature WAVES: Airman, Apprentices Kathleen Evans, Cynthia Gardner, still be eligible for monetaryand
of land and sea planes, Joyce Martin, Dolores Young and Dianne Patton. Standing (left Ida other benefits accruing The Navy Exchange Laundryhas
Warnetta Johnson
to right Marine privates Eileen: Muldoon,
taxi signal/ spotting and secure Weiss Patricia King, Patricia Rasmuson, DeLores Marshall, Caro. previously only to those rccn- Installed a Night Laundry
ing, flight deck operations, launch lyn Hrunell! Elaine Grimes, Loretta Hess, Belle Wearlv, Margaret listing for the longer periodsof : Drop, located on the front, ,
ing and beaching, anchoring and Griffin and Ruth Hutson. Foreground are Marine M/Sgt Willis four and 1 six years. west end of the Navy Exchange
Pearce (right) and Sgt. Carl Meier, Instructors.
mooring cockpit checkout and ---- Those reenlisting for the first Laundry, Building 108.
" engine starting. Dlank laundry tickets arc also .
Effective Jan. 23 time under the new provisions'
After being graduated from are eligible for the appropriate available at this location.

Airman Preparatory School, the reenlistment bonus, a nix-cents Personnel are urged to take' ad.
Waves and Women Marines are Federal Employees To Get per mile travel allowance from vantage of this new service,
sent to advanced technical schoolsfor place of discharge to the placeof which has been established for
fur flier Instruction in the first enlistment or to homeof their convenience

ppeclalities which they select. record at time of initial en.
Career Status
try into the Navy, and a lump-

Weather Outlook sum payment for unused leave .

Friday-Clear and Cold. Jan. 23 several thousand civilian employees of the plus appropriate mustering out AnalystsStudy

Saturday-Clear and cool. Naval Air Station who have what hitherto has been knownas payment.

Sunday-Partly cloudy, warm. )ermanent status" will be converted with all similarly REVISION' OF the Navy's
designated federal employees ,to "career status." reenlistment program is also NASManpower

The new nomenclature will also extended to first enlistment
vantage in the new order will be personnel of the Naval Reserveon
apply to all employees appointed -
er.Eyes Set since the Korean Incidentin felt by those employed since i active duty who wish to en.

1950 on a temporary indefinite 1950 when all so-called permanent list into the Regular Navy.

basis, provided they received their appointments were cancelled for They are eligible for full bene
appointments through competitive the duration of the Korean emergency fits when reenlisting in the Three representatives of

On SafetyRecord examination and have completed These may now be certified Regular Navy provided such the Office of Analysis and Re.

three yean In Civil Servo for career status. enlistment is within three view, a staff office to the Secretary .

ice. However, the amount of work of the Navy; are visiting .

.. involved in reviewing the status USS Intrepid' DueThe the Naval Air Station and

Those vtlthIeit, than three yearsof I of all .civilian employees of the USS Intrepid, a carrier of NAS Cecil Field all this weekin

service, who' were appointed by I Station, and identifying and In. the Essex class, is scheduled to the interest, of evaluating
Naval Air Station Jacksonville competitive examination, will con forming those who must take a arrive at Mayport today. It marks military manpower require

is well on its way towards vert to "career conditional" status (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5)) the Intrepid's first visit to Jax. ments.
setting a record for until the required probational James F, Wright, Deputy Di.
,.. ... .. ,
consecutive days without a period is completed. All others +t. .r.wN:.p. ;,yq n .nvA y1. -a..aan0 nw. ?w'0.+K eee r xr .7sa) rector for Manpower;' and his

lost-time accident. % will be required to take a com i assistant Earl P. Yocum, Marine
Up through Tuesday, 62 days' petitive examination, and be certified > Corps Personnel Analyst, represent .
had gone by since the last lost- by the Civil Service Com r c ? S fix;;: ;' the Office of Analysis and

time accident. It makes the third mission to the employing activity, Review and are directly responsible

month in. 1954, and second con before they can convert to ca to the Secretary of the

secutive month, that the station reer status, eAt Navy. Stanley D. Allen, Assis
had posted a lost-time accident. present there are about 1,100 4 tant BUAER Management Engineer .

free month. temporary indefinite employees at 4; "" is accompanying them as a

Previous record for days with the Naval Air Station, the major representative of the Chief of.
lost-time accident in industrial ity of whom have successfully" t ti the Bureau of Aeronautics.
employment waS 40 passed a competitive examination.The .
type days, Wright and Yocum are con
back in February and Marchof small remaining percentage
L cerned with
manpower plan*
this will be notified individually, according -
year. and are giving close attentionto
to Leonard Eubanks, Industrial
This fine), record being compiledby Relations Officer, and informed methods tit determining mil.
personnel in Industrial type when and where to file G 9 itary and civilian personnel
employment here is no "acci.
for examination.; h requirements; the distribution
dent. It( is all a part of a concerted o of workload between station

effort on the part of all Actually! the new terminologyIs and fleet personnel;: and the
hands in their adherence to safe- _. ,.. rates
merely technical, carrying no _-( -; f"41.'V'I'" relationship of military
ty rules and regulations.Close new significance in individual on board to rates in the military .
ON TilE SPOT-"Which one should I accept first?" Cap
tab is kept by personnelon standing. The change was madein Edwin J. S. Young, Commander Fleet Air Wing Eleven, asks allowance structure.
their safety efforts. Records view of the fact that "perma. himself this question as Comdr. John Straker (left), skipper VP. While aboard NAS Jax they
of lost-time accidents are postedat nent" was not altogether accurateas 18 and Comdr Jack Grayson, skipper of YP-3, present their will inspect the Office of the
various points aboard the sta. applied to federal employment, squadron's new plaque to him. VP-18's Inslgne depicts a knight Comptroller; N A L F Mayport;
of the sky riding a charger while lancing an enemy submarine
tion and in the weekly box score whereas "career" seemed more with a bolt of lightning. VP-S's plaque h.the famous "lI sk?" *f Administration; Operations; Se.
in the Jax Air News. aptly significant, The biggest ad the far North. 1 (Please Turn to Pare 8, Cftl. 5)'LIFT' .



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' Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 2 December, 1954


: Lifi Kflmmw'B: SAFETYBox Score' }


Published r-teiy Thundjjl for Navy and Mailne activities at Natal Air r ASK THE VETERANS
ptatlon JuikKontllle, fla. .. Tuesday, Nov. 30 APMIMISTRAT 6f4 EVERY PAY...

Cal$>t. John S. Thwh .................1A1.........,....Jafli..nllle..?......?........................?.......Commanding OflinrComdr. This Month 0 who is a
John N, Meti ..... ....... ......... ....... ......._....:....... .................:... bxpruthe Officer\ This Year 13DaJ' Q. I have It nephew I ctivlng! VA compensation pa\''.
WWII veteran drawing .a VA,;
Heel Air .J&'Ju.oalIIe
Since Last meats based the death
of m\
Rear TeirvCapl. Cnmmonder
:1t iad.hJ. theme'::..::::.::.:...::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::. Chirr of Staff Lost-Time Accident tit pension because he Is paialyzedfrom husband, a WWII veteran She
Fleet Air Mint FleT: *. the waist down for reasons
Capt. Edwin J. S. Young ...... ........................ ....._....._.................... ............ C'ommnnderChief not connected with his seivice.He leached htr 18th birthday during
r Comdr. Frank. D. lie.ter .......... .. ...... Staff Officerraial DEC. SAFETY SLOGAN the summer vacation between
Air Technical Trainingl'eater gets an extra amount becausehe
Capt Hrnrv-4". DeLonir ...... ..:...........__.,..._..._................. ... CommandlnK OfficerKxecuthe "For Christmas Gift Give .. school terms. Will she be eligiblefor
? a ,
Ooradr. Edward W. Bishop..... ....... ... .. ...... .. ..... ............................ ... ; Officer needs regular aid and attend payments for, the .time be-
A 'Lift'
a..1 ll..pital Safety admitted toa
Capt. F.dward S. I/owe ..... .......... .. ..... ...... ... .... .......................... Commanding. Offlrerhtrcutl ance. lie has just been Uveen her birthday and the time
Capt. U A. Newton .............. ........ ., ... ...... .. .. ............. .._ .. ... .. .. >e urilcer VA hospital for treatment. Will
---- she school?
> resumes
Wilson H Bartlett ....... .........?....................... ...... .... .....Command Ing fitter liaJli g'FrHi' t- i his extra allowance continue, orwUl I
Connlr, Luiuence >'. btef/enhagin: _...._... ....... .. .................. .........Lxeculhe: << Officer 8 At It be cut off} A.-Vf*. Taj'menta may be

The JAX AIR NEWS:: U published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air KtntlonJackoomtile. KG Avis Aiother A.-It will continue while he authorized for the period Wtuctn .
Hwlda and piloted rommeiclnlly I with nr>n-ai>|>n>pil0ted( funds : U In InfttMtrrs jour daughter's birthday
Ht no expense In the .I government and In compliance; with NAVKXOS P.15. Rev, hopitallred." many;
Nov. lal%. Copies are dlatrlbutcif fire of rhatge At the Naval Air Station I the Another war veteranas added]I the extra .allowance and her re-entry Into Mhool
Naval Air Technical Training Center, Nu\al Air Renerve mining Unit, and the
to the
U. i>. Natal lIo pltlAl. "Sleeping Wed-1 stops when a veteran enter a Q.-I am the widow of a WVSU
r dltor-Andrew II Plnney ncsday when the USS George E.I I .
VA Bat it generally U veteran and I have
hoitpMal. never
Acalstant Editor-Helen liar : '.. Ldltor--Goidon Rabble. .JO1: : !Stan" I lemarlied. -
R 'poit rJack Holmes, nil; Charles Earl: JOSH Cliculatlon. 1)1.tributlon- Davis (DE-357)) was decommissioned continued for paralyzed veterRHU I also am a WWII veteran
Chuck! Paul, AO1 and turned to the I, I'
over and those who boat their myself Would be eligible for
The JAX AIR NEWS li a member of the Ainyd' Foue<< I'I'I'fIM Sen Ice
AFTS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted. without Florida Group of the Resene fcljht. j jQ. I two GI 'on the basis of
the written permission of Aimed }'orre Press Semite. Kepulilk:'linn (if other I
matter, except by nenlce publication, U prohibited without permission of Fleet at Naval Station Green Cove .--Would It be possible for mej being an uniemHiiird widow, and
Editorial offices located Main Administration Building Phone extensions Springs. to take on-the-job training under ] the other based on my own eligibility l-

1546. :216 and 8164. The George E. Davis, 'launchedin the Korean GI Bill on a part-time ?
-- -- I I
1944 took part in the liberation basis
A.Xo.'ou Mould be
e K-Vets Outnumber! of the Philhpmes as a unit A.r-N'o. Tire law requires that
for only! one <>I loan-ba"'NI" l nn
i of the 7th Fleet. Decommissionedin I ..fltJ .Job training under the
.e jour own Hlglbllhj' an a "'ran. -
.d rrv1tr aQr 1 WWI Survivors May 1946, she was recommis Korean GI Rill must.he. on a .

-IF' 11'NU.E DRiviNi sioned in July 1951 after the out.1 fnil-time baU. .

i OiJ'RE TLb OPT IKTIC y Veteran Administration figures I bleak of the Korean war Q.-My daughter hu been rep '

1 DU MIGf TFcNOOllRSE1.F will show when end-of-Novem- College CourseIn

A STATISTIC ber statistics become availablethat I II

veterans of the Korean con- II I

N'1LAw' flict now outnumber the total 1 SalesmanshipBeing

living World War I veteran pop- I
( dEA4'i.1r ulation. 4

Total U. S. Forces mobilized out the brushes .

since Korea have now exceededthe n < FI polish up the cars lash up
number of troops called during qN the magazines and encyclopedias) !

World War I, it was said. As .r i ii in I
The Navy l'ft going to "woik its
of November 15 it is estimatedthat
way through" via salesmanship.
about 3.227,000eterl1ns of
I Beginning in mid.-January in
service since' June 27, 1950 have
Building 501 at NATTCentei, a
CATHOLIC been released from active duty.
college: level course In salesmanship
Sunday, Mass-OSOO, 0900, itOO- World War I veterans living on will be conducted for approximately
that date number approximately
St. Edward's Chapel. 16 weeks in cooperation -
Saturday-0800.Paily with the College of Business'
The estimate, more or less several
i I AdmInistration of the University!
-0630. thousand, is based on official
of Florida.
Sunday-0630-Mass at Hospital\ VA figures of living Korea and
I Registration will open in the
Chapel. War I veterans;, at the end of
Information and Education Office,
MORMON September .1 I
i Building 500 8388 the
phone ,
IPSO Monday NATTCChaplain's week of Dee 6.10, according to
Men Overseas Can 1 I
Office.CHRISTIAN Lt. Vincent Magaddino, I k K

SCIENCE Send Xmas Greetings : officer. Registration can be mad

1900-Tuesday-Mainside Chapel Twt>nty.word Christmas greetings in person or by phone.

Office by Navy men stationed overseas --'- _.,,--- Classes will meet once a week
where the commercial setup I I with a total of 16 sessions! of two
la Inadequate, to their families hours each
All Saints' Chapel. I Schools Serve John Frazier, now attendIng
--, I Cost of the i Is
at home, and those servingat Aviation Ground Officers I course 92100,
1100-All Saints' Chapel. sea are going to be permittedby School, recalls when ten years plus text books. Instructor for

MIS-Naval Hospital Chapel. the Navy \'ia'Mval wireless As Steps ToAdvancement I ago he attended Aviation Ord this course will be Dr. J. Frank

(Note: Addresses of local 1 facilities. nanceman School Class B atNA1'TCenter. I Goodwin, professor at the Uni.
lie talks over a
churches may be obtained by call Messages must be filed between 2.25-inch rocket with Robert v et city of Florida. .

jig the Chaplain's Office, 425). December 6-16 and will be held I I Garrison, chief aviation ord. .

by Western Union for delivery Value of training schools in assisting nanceman at the AGO School. MOVIESMA

between December 20-25. in promotion from white

hat to Navy Officer is aptly proven
Gift Shopping low) which personnel can clip and in the cane of Ensign John r Officers' ClubCalendar Thursday, Dec. t

send} off to obtain correct eizei. Fr&zier'now attending Aviation Target Earth ........ Virginia Gry,

Easier If You The Hat, with blank spaces for Ground Officers School at the i Robert Denning*

lies, may be mailed horn to Naval Air Technical Training Friday, De. 3

Know The SizeHow wives, mothers, platers, cousins, Center. Desert. Rat ...;.... Robert Newton,
Thursday, Dec. 2 -Air Group
sweethearts and friends and rela James Mason
Enlisting 14
M a recruit
I years ago
many times have you said tives. It is suggested that the Ensign Frazier advanced Four Wives luncheon at 1600. I' Saturday, 0.Out1aw" *.-. i

to yourself, "cOsh, if I only knew completed list be retained in your through" the Navy's petty officer Dec. 3-Happy Hour 1830-1800; Daughter

)her size, I certainly would get wallet permanently for quick and rates until promoted to GunnerIn Johnny Jelinek three piece com *

ixr a nice gift for Christmas"The easy reference at any future date. 1851 at Port Lyautey, French bo in cocktail lounge. I NATTCENTERThursday

Jax Air News, in cooperation Remember too, tbat at least Morocco( De*. f

with the Navy Exchange Office one Exchange store at NAS Jax Just ten years ago he attended : Dec. 4-Johnny Jelinek orchestra I West of Zanzibar ........ Anthony

will attempt to simplify the will ,be open evenings Mondays Steele, Sheila Sim
Aviation Ordnanceman School for dinner-dancing, 2030-0030;
situation somewhat with the print- through Friday from December I Friday, Dec S
Class B
for six months at the
fof, in this Issue, of a form (be. 6 through December 28. Training Center here while a Fry Night, $2.60; Stan & Target Earth ........ Virginia Grey,

Ij Bars, 1630-1930-all Bachelor Of- Robert Denning1Saturday
member of the crew of the b ttle.
Seers invited. De. 4
hip USS New York.
MY SHOPPING GUIDE Desert Rat ........ Robert :Kewton,
Ensign Frazier's Naval career Dec. 5 Deluxe family buffet, James

Shoes ........A..N................................._....__..__.._.....LN..wwr has taken him to the Mediterranean featuring roast beef, fried chick Mason* e .

Hoee ..................:............................................__............:!. .........--.: and aboard the carrier USS en. HOSPITALThnrtday
Valley Forge in Korean waters

Slip .........................-............._........t.._._.......................>lilze...__.._ He also has served with squadrons Dec. 7 Special Bingo menu, Deatry ......,..........,. Dee Audie X Murphy,
both In the U. S. and abroad. 18302030. Cash jackpot plus oth-
Gown ............:......... ..................... ........__.....:-.:.::::-......Sice......_.._.. Mari Blanchard
'. er prizes.. M.stery'lIame at intermission Friday, De. 8

Panties _.._...._..:.......__....._........... ..__._.._.......Si.........._... Pressure Mine Hunter West of Zanzibar ........ Antony

Robe ............................_.......:.._...._.__.._........_...Size.J3ize..._.;__ Developed By Navy Dec. 8-VP-18 Wives luncheon Steele Sheila Sim
The De. 4
Navy is developing a Saturday,

Sweater ............................._._.._.. ...__....._._._. ......_ modern mine sweeper equippedwith 1300. Target Earth ....:.. Virginia they,
.. -
electronic -- Robert Denning
Skirt _........_.............._.___.....__.._.._;......_.....l3ise.._ pressure mines equipment at the bottomof to locate WWH-rests on the ocean floor.-It e >

'Sport Shirt ............-......-.--......--.....-._....:'.. ....._.-..... the sea. is detonated when a ship passixj seek"I went" to He a spiritualist last

Pajamas .........................___..............-.-.................Size............... The pressure mine- a German over reduces the water pressure. "Was he good?"
inventiorfaquired by Russia after (AFPS) "No, Just medium.



2 December, 1954 ---.

Husband-Wife Wide Screen HOT AtR 11I

N", Movies SoonConvinced
;>:. : -
Allowance Still "
:,, : that vide screen
} :
movies are here to stay, the Navy
Being DiscussedThe has surveyed all sea-service theatres -

in the United States and
of what kind of I
question ,,!'> Hawaii for possible conversion to

quarters allowance should be ''\, the cinemascope-size screen.
paid and who will get it when ,/ \(' This conversion program to
husband and wife are both service '''' :' : coat $40,000 will affect movie I

personnel, is still on ,the dis 2 screens at 200 Navy, Marine : 1

this Corps and Coast Guard theatres I
cussion table of the Pentagon. ; ': '> : I
and Is expected to get under way I
week. ,'" '\ \:i" '"
\\j soon.
Irrespective of the fact that
; : ALTHOUGH no definite date I
the services, generally speaking, :, '., ,, ': I _.,... J
has been !set! it is pointed out J.e1iti. ..
feel that one member should ; I
j r that the changeover of those recommended -#
draw the BAQ of a service person I
would be accomplishedsoon. 1

with dependents, some feel r ;: Screens in most of the'' "Chlfktn;"

the allowance should be that of theatres have been measured for

the ranking spouse, regardless of
sex. On the other hand, others the change at the same 1550 Men

feel it should be based on rankof Jt
the husband. ,?
The new screens are "all-pur To Take

As a result of a Comptroller FATHER-SON, TEAM-A new father and son team of the pose" in that movies of any site,

General's decision right now, ""Weekend Warriors" of NARTU Is Waldo Page, Chief Aviation large or regular, can be shown.

where service husband and Ordnanceman, (left) and his stepson Airman Recruit George Since it is estimated that it will LDO TestsQualified
the husband Gallie. George recently enlisted In the unit. lie attends weekend
wife live together, take less than week to complete,
operations once a month with his father at Squadron 741. George candidates seeking
can collect the BAQ of a single movie-goers will not be Inconvenienced
is a student at Lee High School. commissioned! ranks through
person, but the wife gets no for long during the changeover. three Navy enlisted-to-officer

allowance unless quarters for programs, OCS, LDO AND NRO-
her are not available.It Show One Of THE COST will be approxi .
Figures Every TC, are slated to take examina.
is considered unusual that a mately $2,000 per theatre, money tions for Spring selections on
for which is being 'provided bya
commander can certify that quarters Monday, Dec. 13.

are not available for a single central fund. Many military Successful passing and a wct'dout -
Five Servicemen ReEnlistsDepartment movie houses have been forced to
the usual thing is
person, so process by an April 1955 selection
BAQ for the husband based on run re-releases of standardsizefilms
board will lead to permanent

his rank, without dependents, I of Defense figures Just released reveal that one in with Hollywood releasing, appointment as an LDO
In rinem-
and no allowance for wife. I I most of its top films
every five men discharged, or released by the Armed Forces, in reenlisting scope these days. ensign.
Chances are very remote of It was pointed out that approximately
I for another hitch or active duty.It .
getting a law which would give 1,550 enlisted personnelhave
was also pointed out that Lcdr. Wildfong: To
allowance to, both spouses so the of the true reenlistment figuresto applied to take the LDO
than 50 percent of those
services are aiming only at get- more Command VA13Lcdr. tests to be conducted Navywide.The .
who ship over in the Naval sere show conclusively that veter
ting the allowance of a service Daniel W, Wildfong, be- Navy selected 135 enlisted
ices, or re-up in the Air Force ans and servicemen in ever greater .
member with dependents immedi came commanding officer of Attack I. personnel last April for appointmcnts
and the reenlist
number are "shipping over." Squadron 45, the famed I as LDOs: in 13 categories,
ately as career men so
Blackbirds, this week when he and the 1955 LDO board i is expected
Qualified Men Can Take terms of service runt consecutively -
relieved Com dr. William F. to pick between 120 and
without break. 11 Staff
Exams a Wing Inspects
CG Academy? Krantz. 135 new commissioned officers.

Competitive e x ami ations After a taste of civilian life, to the When the examinations come' .
Panama Lcdr. Wildfong reported
number of veteransare Squadrons
for appointments to the Coast an Increasing Blackbirds from Attack Squad. up in December, LDO candidate

Guard Academy, open to men voluntarily going, back into Nineteen members, of, the Fleet ron 105 at NAS Cecil Field. will have to answer I 133 ques..
uniform of the nix-month
of all'of the Armed Forces, a survey Air Wing Eleven Staff Journeyedto tions. This is 15 fewer questionsthan
Comdr. Krantz will report to
period from March through August
have been scheduled for Feb. Panama, Canal Zone :Mondayto taken last year
shows, and those six months Commander Training Command, .
28 and Mar. 1 1955.
conduct .of two
say 96,000 men reenlist out ran inspections U. S. Atlantic :Fleet at Norfolk
overall 523,000 separated FAW-11 units, Fasron 105 and 4 .

IT WAS ALSO observed that Patrol Squadron 45. MDB Payments Due

0 & R Begins significantly' the number of men Headed by Capt. Edwin J. S. Mutual Death Benefit policyholders StrengthDip
reenlisting rose materially in Young, Wing Commander and
reminded that
every month following the low chief inspector, the staff will re are payments
Work On are due by Dec. 6.
point in :May. Because each of view the completeness and neat 4 .

the Armed Forces has been using ness of squadron facilities and
Science Prof: "What happens Armed : total strength
Xmas BasketsThe a different means of calculating personnel, writing up critical reports Forces
.. when a body is immersed in warter during the month of
us reenlistment ratio, defense- after they return to :Jack dropped

Spirit of Christmas is ficials were unable to quote 01.1 sonville. ? September to 3,278,252. This wasa
Co-ed:, "The telephone rings.
from the
decrease 10,736
made manifest every year by specific reenlistment rate.

the Navy and its civilian em- SINCE MANY of those ".epa- August 31 figure of. 3,288,988.

ployees who provide generous rated'' are what one official Remembering Safely Slogan Still There were 89,497 enlisted

:funds to buy gifts i for the spokesman termed as "catsand personnel recruited or inductedin

needy and unfortunate. dogs," the biggest problemat 'Brings. You Lucky 'Bucks, Meal the military services during

This has always been true of the moment Is the question of Kleven and James Sumter of Public September. This Included Selective
safety-minded personnel ..
Service Inductees
new recruits
and Repair department "
the Overhaul "separations. This means that will be eating heartily at works
whose employees take a men classed as '"separated" because and re-enlistments. Navy
the Civilian Cafeteria for providing The safety slogan for No.
justified pride in their large contributions they were absent over leaveor the correct answer to vember was "Leave Blood at enlistments totaled 12,895, of

that are used to buy without leave for more than the question: ,"What is the the Red Cross, Not< on the which 11,316 were new recruits

hundreds of baskets and holiday 30 days, enlisted persons appointed safety slogan for the month?" Highway." and 1,581 were re-enlistments.

foods and fruits for ChristmasEve to officer status, men dis meal chits On September 30, Navy
Winningfree More free meal chits and free
in Jacksonville.This strength was estimated at 710,518.
charged as undesirables, Army
were: Josephine learn, C. B. dollar bills are in the offing
year will be no exception. "SCARWAF" engineers transferring Cot bin, Louis Klander, Ernest for those who make it a pointto Strength figures include full-tim

A Christmas Basket Committeeis to the Air Force, and others Millan, George McClellan, Je remember the safety slogan military personnel (both Regu '

already at work collecting donations not considered' to be "loet" 'Becker Jean Martin i ,
rome for December, which is, "ForA lars and Reserves on continuous
from 0 and R personnel, to the Armed Forces. Walt Newell, Asane Brown, all active duty) and cadets and mid
directed by Andrew Beatley, the 'Separation figures given include of Overhaul and Repair department Christmas Gift -Give SafetyA

chairman; Frank F. Byers and all the "cats and dogs" categories and Bill Kennedymanly Lift. shipmen at West Point and An..

not significant in the calculation napolis.
William Attwood. .__ ,
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receive The representative Committee donations in from has each now appointeda shop until, to II| 'Need For Women In The Navy Will Continue' |. |

1530 December 10, when both "It Is imperative to maintain on as a mobilization base of rea the size of the Navy was nec- 600.

contributions and nomination of active duty in the Navy at all military personnel who would provide essarily increased and many Reservists Because "womanpower" I* a

beneficiaries will be closed. AH times a trained useful nucleus of the necessary leadership and were recalled to active significant percentage of "man

names will be considered on mer- WAVE officers and enlisted wom experience to facilitate the train duty Now that the fighting* is power" and because our .>nation

it by the, Committee, and the en", BO declares Vice Adm. J. L. ing and effective utilization of over, the Navy has been carrying' muft continue during its fight,for

person submitting the name will Holloway, Chief of Naval_ Person vast numbers of young women out an orderly reduction in its peace to maintain relatively large

be responsible for delivery of the nel. needed by the Navy to meet personnel personnel strength military forces, there will continue

basket. Admiral Holloway's pronounce requirements in time of Reduction Gradual in the years ahead to "be

Contents of the baskets will be ment, was Included in a statement war, it is pointed out, This reduction applies to WAVEStoo a need in the U. S. Navjr for

purchased at lowest cost by com- prepared by the Assistant Chief The Navy plans to retain an and it is anticipated that women who have the imagination,

petitive bid. Last year's donations for Women to clarify planned reduction active duty strength of at least over the next two or three years the patience, the courage and Uv
provided for 383 baskets of food I in W A V E personnel
desire to shoulder their citizen
5,000 enlisted women and 500 the number of enlisted woman will
and five baskets of fruit. It Is strength, reports of which have
this women officers. This I number is be reduced gradually from 7,000 to ship responsibilities by, serving
hoped to equal If not surpass been misinterpreted.
when the final accounting is made To Retch 5,500 considered necessary to carry out 5,000, and the number of officer their country in uniform the Navy

after next Wednesday. Waves serve in peacetime prl- the peacetime mission. During Ko- on active duty from 900 to 500 or eR\phufUi.

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FAW'll, VP-3, VPrlS VA-175 VF-43, VA-4S, VA-105 Report VA-l o4er MovesIn

Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons Royal Circles

Lt. (jg) R M. ter Horst

VA-104 intelligence officer, has

-- been stepping around in royal
Orville Cottonglm AD3; Albert ....,.
Recent additions to the Wing Ketchum, AD3; Robert Williams New CougarsFor :Hi!: ": .'. circles during the squadron'sMediterranean

Include Martin Welborn, CS2, from AD3; "Windy" Windom, AD3; ':::': ;: '. :'. .- cruise.
: : : .
the USS Bennington (CVA-20)' ) ; Roger Deltcr, AM3; James Gart- VF43Fighter ...: He acted as guide and Interpreter -

James W. Zleroff, RMSN, from for His Royal Highness,
man, AM3: ; Lowell Kjose AM3;
USS Earle Hall (APD-107)), and Richard Mllbcck, AM3 and Fred Squadron 43 will become S?kti: Prince Albert of Belgium dur-
Thomas O'Brien, A-MAN from Wilson AM3. the first F9F-8 Cougar jet :: ing his recent visit aboard the

NATTC Memphis.Faiewells squadron home-based aboard the r USS Coral _Sea.Here's .
New faces are cropping up as
have been said to Jacksonville Naval Air Station.
replacements pour In. New Huskies -
Francis Miller, UM2, going; to The squadron Is presently trad-
then are: Lt, John F. Dow, from A
USS Hollls at Norfolk; J 0 Ing its F9F-5 Panther jets or Way
USS Coral Sea, as personnel officer
\ Welsz CS1 to USS Diamond the new nwept-wing fighters. The
; Lt. (j Jg) Charles Lurcott
Head; William F. Kurz, RM to from Naval Photographic Interpretation transition Is expected to be completed To Get StaleGoodies'

}<'/t81'on 6, and Lynn Schioeder. in the near future.
Center, Washington, D.
YN2, to USS Karle Hall. IlPcoinnilNKloned' in September '
C., as photographic officer; Rus-
Nine of 22 men taking exams 1951: VF-43. 118'1 since flown
sel Cummings, AD2; Edward De-
advance! to third class: George Ian AT3; Robert Gilbert AD3; three different type aircraft. Remember how, last year ,

Jackson to ADS: ; Donald Sussexto William Glzzlc: AE3: ; William The squadron was! given F4IJ-5 when you came back from your

AK3; Alton Thompson to BM3; Griffith PHAN; Raymond Cue- Corsairs, and deployed with themon Christmas vacation and opened

Arthur Lyke to JO3; William board the USES Midway. fora that pack of cookies and
rin, AOAN; Ronald Jller, ATS; soggy
Borg, Howard Campbell, Raleigh John Kolentus, AD2; Stephen Mediterranean Vrul! e In 1953. candies and that dusty gift

been, Edward Carson and Car- At the end o that year came ?
Lewis ATS: ; Richard McGinty package
lol Church, Jr., all to AT3. the (conversion. POF-S; Panther lesson
ATS: ; Jim Rivers TN; HubertRodriguez If you've learned your ,

Five men added! a second stripe AD2; Lloyd Slough, *. you will not let it happen

to their crows: James McRorlo In October 1953 the Fighting
ADI; James W. Richaid, AT3, again!
to TK2; Lynn Schroeder to YN2; and Roy Miller, ADAN. Falcons took their Panther jetson Naturally you are going to

Rol.e-t\ Blonglewlcz to YN2; Fredolclc a 'round-the-world cruise on sit right down and write your

<< Higglns to CS2 and EdwaulPicc board the USS Tarawa. DELIVERS COUGAR-
relatives and friends that
VIM 8 folks
to RM2. Comdr. John R. Dierker, commanding -
At morning quarters last week VF-43 is the second Fleet Air officer of lighter you will be home for Christmas
Willlmn\ P. Subourin, QMC, ie-
the commanding officer presented Jacksonville squadron to be equip- Squadron 43, climbs out of the and for them not to send you.
tinned last week from a month
2i (certificates for advancementin ped with F9F-8 Cougars. VF-13, cockpit after delivering hissquadron's packages. (Or are you?)
fit schooling at the Air Intelligence first F9F-8 Cougar
stationed at NAS Cecil Field also -
rate. This was the first groupof Andrew Boswcll superintendent -
Training Center, Norfolk Jet.
awards from the list of 66 men lys the new swept-wlng jets. of the NAS Post Office

who successfully passed the serv VF-43 is a member of Canier en to AT3; W. E. Gosnell to points out that gift packages for
vrsIM :
ice-wide Air AM3; M. G. Gunter to AT3; A. station each
for competitive examinations. Group personnel year lay
{ reek teas a busy one
to ATS L. H.
E. McCaskey ;
unclaimed for weeks because
Receiving certificates were H. .
the Huskies of VP3. Returning : to AD2; B. G. Dancy to Muniz to AD3; W. H. Olligesto -
E. Beck to AO2 J. Burkhardto no one is around to claim them.
where the ; -
from Norfolk squadron T. E. Larsen to AD2 G. AT3
ATS; ; AO3; D. H. Peters to ;
AT2 E. J, Cuneo to A02 They clutter up the pcfet office.
participated in the search for the ; ;
Martinoff to AT2 C. W. Thiets
; J. S. Plate to AM3; P. F. Proctor -

missing R7V, they plunged into G. G. Derrenba-cher to A02; L. to AD2; C. R. Edolo to AT3; to A03; R. D. Ray to Mates why be disappointedat

their annual fleet competitive ex E. Courley to AT2; T, H. Hoov- W J, Gohl to A03; R. W. Gold- AT3; M. M. Reel to PR3 and your Christmas packages
ercises. These exercises consisted when you can do something
C. E.Van to A03.LcdI' .
tt rocket runs, low altitude bombing *' about it? And who likes soggy

radar bombing and all'-to- ,: ,tt; i -j : < orders Rainold to Franck report has to the received goodies? -s
all :
ground gunnery.l'om reports ; ';; Sixth Fleet for staff duty. Whilea son Charles Moose, Bob Yeoman
Huskies' excellent
the ale
; posting
0 member of VP-18 he served as and John Schaub. Ensigns Charle
,('OICS. l : maintenance officer and more recently Herds, Ted Murphy Glen Petty,
has .. .
The squadron already assembled : 'N. :
.y( as administration officer. Warren Pflug Howard Larew,
for the first dress! blue ,>> .I : ... : I,
Larry Se"erenC'e.Vade Scott Donald -
Comdr. '. '
captain's inspection Gray- t I
,> VA173Nine :
Highs Edward Sanford and.
eon, commanding officer was *
men in the squadron de Donald Tulloch.
pleased with the smart stepping sw d E EV
fc.'ImenUon this advancement
: week for
Huskies. The Blackbird pilots are plan-
in rate. These are: Rex ning to show their skills aboard
Quite a few men received certificates -
of advancement In rate. The Fox YN2; Earl Driggers AD3; the USS Intrepid (CVA-11)) whenit
Robert Jones AD3; Ronald Wein-
arrives here In December.
Thomas Ander-
proud men were;
hold AEM3 Malcolm Davies
; ,
A farewell in honor of
eon, A02; Richard Goodwill, AM2; party
AEM3 Robert
; DeLoach AEM3; '
William Kauffman AO2 Alfred Comdr. William }< Krantz was I
1s. James Moffitt, AEM3; David held last Friday at the "O" club.
Hughes\ AT3; Homer Rouse A03;
Mitchell and John
< AM3 Miller, Comdr. Krantz was relieved of
4 AK3.
1 his command on Tuesday by Led
Reveal November S. Three newcomers to the organization -
Wildfong. Comdr. Krantz was!
fi( : Kenneth
fr are Oyler, AMC; presented with a gift by the officers -

Prizes for' Civilian Richard Perry, ADI; and Bernard of the Blackbirds.

Rahuba, ADI.' Five men left for
The squadron wishes the bestof

separations: Clarence Roberta, AN; luck to Ras D. Cherry, ADI

Fishing Contest Randolph Pugh, AD3; Raymond who has been Interviewed by a
' \ Misner, AT2 James Dunn
; AT3, board of selection Limited Duty
Robert Brown, oC'0 & R, was and Donlad Orncr AD3. I Officer

.warded top prize in the October S :

competition of the Black Bass ( 4i ns '.....13 I Also on the congratulation list

Fishing Contest for civil service are the following men who recently -
4j & Fighter, Squadron Foity-Tluee
employees. $ I were advanced in late:
held its annual dance
Brown landed a six pound, 12 Friday James Plumm to AD2; Frank A.
evening November 19. The Roof
mince black bass at >Levey's Prai- Manfredl to YN3; Donald Kosthato
Garden of the Mayflower
rie with rod and reel using a Hotel AD3; Robert Shiflet to ATS::;
was the scene. It was the first
Florida shad plug. He wins a neat Robert Wasson to AK3; Robert
opportunity the squadron had
Ice chest for first prize In the to Newvaner to YN2; Ronald D.
COMING HERE DEC. 7-As talented as they are good lookIng muster all hands; for a welcome
jiien's division. these "easy on the eyes" gals comprise the all-girl crew knownas home' gathering since Smith to AOU2; Dennis Bondu-
SIMILAR prizes in women's Joy Cayler's orchestra, which will play for a crew's dance its returnto rant to A03 and Robert D. Anderson -

competition and the prize f o rchildren Tuesday, Dec. 7 at King Hall at NATTCenter. Acclaimed "Queenof NAS Jax in September. It was to AD3.
the Trumpet" Joy Cayler leads one of America's top-flight all- a very successful affair and received -
went begging, since no girl orchestras. The band plays good music and livens up the show : nearly perfect attendance

entries were received in either with clever novelty tunes and acts. : from both
officers and men of the

category.Fishermen are reminded that All-Girl Band To Play ql1adl'on."i Safe Driving Day'

they still have a chance to win \.\-... Sel For Dec. 15
the Grand Prize at the end of the
year; Entries should be submitted, For Crew's Dance Tuesday T\\'t'nl.r.lhn' pilots of VA-45. Wednesday Dec. 15 has been

in proclaimed ."S-Day" by the
ro matter how small the catch, qualified carrier landings aboardthe
since there id always a chance of Not one glamorous vocalist, but with charm -of-appearance and I USS Midway (CVA-41)) while President's Action Committeefor

copping a consolation prize. an entire band of glamorous gals manner this "easy 6n the eyes" I cruising off the coast of Florida.All Traffic\ Safety,

PRIZES; for November include: will appear here Tuesday evening musical aggregation will\ also present in all, the qualifications "S-Day" is "Safe DrivingDay"

December 7. revue show cruise was deemed a success andit a day to demonstratethat
men's division Ice Chest; Wom- a type featuring ,

en's Portable barbecue pit; Joy Cayler acclaimed "Queen of vocal and comedy personalities.The marked for almost every pilot traffic accidents can' be

Child's Coleman lantern; Consolation the Trumpet and her popular Joy Cayler Orchestra has the first' time to ever land' on a reduced materially when all

swivel boat seat. all-girl orchestra will play for the performed twice for the Far East ship of 'the Midway class. motorists and pedestrians' do

For each Mack bass caught all-crews dance which will beginat Command, appearing at Korea, Those qualifying were Comdr. their part

weighing five pounds or over, 2000 in King Hall, Building Hawaii, Guam, Iwo Jima Philippines William F. Krantz, skipper of the All military installation in

fishermen will be issued a- card 563 at the Naval Air Technical I China and Japan. Since returning Blackbirds, Lcdr. Robert Llnwlck the continental United States

which entitles them to a life membership Training Center. I to these shores, they have Lt.'s William Shroyer, W/liam will join in promoting "Safe

in, the "Five and Over All hands are invited' to attend I been featured at leading hotels, Edwardand Melvin Harder. Lt. Driving Day." The object l Is

Club," sponsored! by the Employ- this rare entertainment treat. I ballrooms and night clubs throughout (jg's) Cliff Church, Benny Davis, I not to .have any accidents dur-

ice Aworlntion." Blending superb musical! 1 !styling the



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You Are Taking (


Car OverseasPersonnel y 'rLAL SALTY HUMOR FROM j

tI \
headed for overseas The elcctiician'fl mate f was I

duty who wish to take their cars I fr- stumped.

should file $ and A form 322 Im- Hey, sailor, grab one of those

mediately with the port from wires

where the car will be shipped, Which one?

for they go out on a priority l Anyone. .
basis. Feel anything?
All vehicles shipped overseas
Good. I forgot which was
must go, on government-owned > J M which. Don't touch the other one, '
vessels, and there is normally a It'll kill you.
waiting list. The sooner the application ?', ., .

is received, the sooner Grocer: "But why do you want

the car will arrive at the overseas mmmm __....______ a carrier pigeon Instead of a turkey -
SPEAKS ON JAPAN-One of the more interesting gatherings of the NAS Discussion Group, 1"Thrifty
The transhipping ports main which meets weekly at MaJnslde Lounge, was the one at which Lt. Osamu Matstuakl, Japanese young bride: "BecauseI !
tain priority lists on a first come, Navy officer, was guest speaker. Lt. MatsuzakI left), presently attending AO School at N&\T'fCen- hear that they go further than
first served basis. However, the ter, gave the group a good picture of life In Japan today. any other. bird."
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car should not be delivered to the *

port until the application for ship. Influence Of Western Way' Evident A pedestrian had fallen Into *

ment has been approved and notification manhole and called for help.

received from the appropriate IAnoll.gToday's Japanese PeopleInfluence "Dear me," said a gentlemanwho
port command. happened along. "Have you
'-- fallen Into that "
If the car should have a lien of the Western fun. Fundamentally, all people arc somewhat dlftt'rtntIom ours. "Not at all," WAil manhple the?caustic
against it, it is necessary to get way of life is being strongly the siwrie," asserted the Japanese Children start school at the age
the lien holder's written permis- felt of In reply. "I Just happened to be
among the Japanese people officer. eight reality, they are sev-
sion to take the car from the as they busy themselves "Western food is prominent In en, for according to Japanese way down here when the street was

states. Also, personnel must have rebuilding a new economicand Japan today, but Japanese foodis of counting age, a child is already put through and they" built\ thepaveml.'nt

. the registration card in hand social life in a post-war still the main bill of fate," comments one yr?ar old when he In around* me.v
when they deliver the car to the the visiting student born. The student stays In gram
port of shipment. era.So revealed Lt. Osamu Mat- Lt :MatsuzakI also reports thatin mar school for six years and then Recruits who are confused by '

puiaki:: a Japanese Navy officer addition to the traditional Japanese three years to a medial school the military terminology used by ,
tow attending AO ((0)) School at shorts, baseball has takena and then comes high school. After their Company Commanders will
'Hell's Archers'Impress NATTCenter. Lt. MatsuzakI was great hold among athletes and that colleges and universities ate benefit from the following glos-

guest ppeakei at a recent gathering fans. There is even a championtKIp similar to the U. S. Writing and sary In fact, Ship's Company .

With of the Discussion Group, a tournament, simitar to our spelling Is complicated In Japanby members might also review their
group which meets each Tuesday own World Series the double Job of learning the "Huts and, Hatches".

lit Malnslde Lounge to Informally Clu istlanity Is becoming popular Chinese chamtteis, plus the Roman Hut--.One as In "hut, tip, tlitup,
Med Exercises I discuss topics of general interest with the young people, whil chat'octets. feuih" ,

Lt. MatsuzakI, one of 20 Japanese Buddhism hfcms to be decliningIn DVMISV IS Till: main Jorm Hatch Match as in "fuiiud-
With Sixth; Fleet force In I the
Mediterranean- "Hell's Atch- Navy officers studying In the popularity as the national religion of entertainment in Japan. Troupes Hirc-h." ,

eis" of Attack Squadron 101 stole United States under the Foreign observed the officer. Emperor of gills, trained in both symbolic Harms Aims, as in 'hoidct',
aerial demonstration Officeis' Training Program, says Hiiohito, under the piesentdcmoctatlc dancing and classic Japanese dra- harms./ .
the !show in an -
held for Generalissimo' Fran(0 that "Japanese people are so busy system, enjoys a figurehead ma, tour the county. These gills 1II'<:'zl'nt- Present, as In "hI eu-
working they themselves> are position similar to that are the matinee Idols of the teen- ent, harms"
chief of state and general of ..
perhaps unaware of the many the of England{ the Lieutenant ,,1
of Queen ngers. Hun'He Right, as/ In 'hiniite,
the armed forces of Spain, liming them""ONK
changes going on about acknowledged. Strangely imputed; ) with his i dress."
his visit, aboard the USS Coral!
Ol' Tilt: MOKK: appal'l.'ntchanges M'KAKIM: ( TO TI1IJ Disunion first hip to the U. S, Lt Mal- Hutieuh to the tear, as in I
!Sea to observe carrier operations.
Is in the mode of Group, Lt. MatsuzakI' also wizakl vowed that ."I would like\ "huti'cuh, haich." j
Flying their AD-6 Skyraideis!, Weptem -
for both men and women brought out these salient: pointsof to !stay pei Imps one or two )'CIU'B. Hunderhtand? Hue don't!
R the "Archers" skillfully and un- dress Is' more practical and : what Japanese life Is like today I want to \have chance to see ti i:
eiringly blasted a towed spar out Is seen throughout Japan today : how America li\es." But upon Absent-minded Pi-of.: "I forgot A'
of the water in a bombing dem- Of course, the klmoni is still ''to
"'('stel n music\ has made a hit completion: of school at NATTC, take my nmbiella this mom-
onstration that visibly Impressed worn for ceremonies and! holidays \- -
with he to Parachute: Riggers ing. .
with the Japanese Along goes
General Franco with the lit j
capabilities but it expensive,
the tense strains of the classic' School at Lakehurst, N. J, and Wife: "When did! you miss it 1"I I
of carrier
and effectiveness
added the Lieutenant.Another I
Japanese instruments is heard: the then back to Japan. Prof: "When I cached up to
operations. great chang in Japan blare of popular American tunes. .. I close It after the rain stopped.: I

Highlight of the demonstration, today, points out Lt. MaUuzakl Is The education system remains -- --*"" .-,. '--. -'-' .. ..-. .---. ...,..
in what was a hint of the capa- In politics. Men and women vote .
bilities of the AD-6, was a simul- In free elections and there is a +
taneous release of 7,000 poundsof two-house system similar to that Student SetslJIal.k

bombs by Comdr. D. H. "Red of the United States. The two

Dog" Johnson, the' squadron's major political parties are the At
'Chief Archer," that hit directly Liberal and Social parties. "The r
I on the taiget. Communist party," declares Lt. '
AO SchoolScot }i ,. '
In an address to the personnel MatsuzakI, "is small In Japan, ,I.: ,..; .

of the USS Coral Sea, General most of its activities being car- the highest average ;,:,'" '< .'..,

Franco praised highly the degreeof tied on underground." ever: obtained at Aviation Ord- :,.'' .. +,-.. :-, ... '
skill and discipline displayed "WE (THE JAPANESE nance Class A School at NATT- ;"'X1l
during the demonstration. people) like our freedom and good I Center, Robeit Gordon, airman : .

apprentice oidnanceman, took 4.SAPPSWide
honors of his graduating: class} last [. World'... '! .... ., _".._ ,.." .w. ... _M",_..'_
week. JUST A HOMETOWN KID AT HEART-Abbe Lane annuls
she I Is. lovely, desirable, and breath-taking, but wonders why men
Cordon, a Naval Reset vl&t from are nervous when she's around She's just been tabbed "The Girl
Tacoma, Wash, came on active Most Likely to Drive Even a Psychiatrist Crazy"- and can't understand -
duty in March: 1954. After boot i that either because, being the wholesome, outdoor type, she
rT and Airman Preparatory doesn't know ,any psychiatrists. Abbe, wife of-bandleader Xavier ,
camp Cugat, I h currently In Hollywood,starring In Columbia's "Chicago
School he came to ,Jacksonville

for onlnance study. ,u--
of the month, due to the galley
The young ordnanceman had I being closed on Mondays.The .
marks of 99 In Phase I i fundamentals '
) and in- Phase VI (guns-) ; Syndicate"T game room is nearing com
pletion. It will be open to pay
His lowest mark was: 191, obtained :
in operational pioblems. grade. E-7 personnel only.A .

Graduating with one of the' ;? : NOTES.A good number of people celebrated -
highest averages!' iccoidcd in recent Thanksgiving by having

months' 9239, Maiine }>f('. Come.As-You-Arc Party dinner at the Club. ,

Roger Prince led a class of 25 : will be held Saturday, Dec. 4, Any suggestion for the improvement -
Marine and Navy personnel: at from 2030 to 0100at* the CPO of our club is wel-

jL1k AE (A) School last week. I Club. An Xmas party is also comed by the management.
The Massachusetts Mat ine will planned for Wednesday, Dec. 22.
; remain at NATTCenter to attend The time will be announced next Weekend Tide Table

Naval Air Weapons School.At week. High Low
Airman School, P\t. Roland There were only 37 E-7's at the
Is congratulatedby A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.
of Special Training at F. Bohrer rolled up a SI.60 aye 1'- general assembly meeting held
Comdr. Forrest Norvell superintendent Fri. 12:59: 1:20: 7:04: 7:37:
the Naval Air Technical Training Center for a grade-a>'erare of age in leading a class of 10%. He Nov. 29. This was a very poor Sat. 1:57: 2:18: 3:09: 335:
!%} .53 obtained In Ablation Ordnanceman Class A School. The mark will be assigned to NATTConter turnouts In the future, meetings
In January Sun. 2:53: 3:18: 9:15: 9:32:
was the highest since the school was commissioned Memphis will be held on the last Tuesday
19W.' Standing' by at right Is Robert llarklancl' Aol, class achlsor.

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Special Services I ; U.S. Skeetmen Pace

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Snares NATTC t<'"
l ) International FieldAlthough

Gridiron Crown
\ 1y no specific team honors were awarded in the

A lOUd Special Services grid- International Skeet Championships just concluded at Caracas

Iron crew captured the 1954 Venezuela, the United States squad, top-heavy with five

NATTCenter intramural touch Jax Navy team members, can justly claim title as World's

football crown with a 12.7 squeaker Champion Skeet Team.

over Naval Air Weapon System The eight United States skeet-
Three tied for third place. They
School( last week. men, vying against a crack field
Bill Arthur Jax Navy team
Touchdowns by Johnny Cul- A r f of 288 of the world's top clay- were ,
E Bill Tomlinson of the
breth and Bob Shelton proved the bird artists from 36 nations, captain,
Motor City and Carlos Plaza of
margin of victory. The winners placed among. the first 13 contest-
the host Caracas team. All hit
face the Mt n"lde champions in ants.

a aeries for the All-Station crown This& high plating, ,plus an 144x150 clay-birds.

next week '.' aggregate score, would place Titus Harris, another Jax:

Aviation Storekeeper School l the United States delation at Navy team member, tied with

dumped Aviation Ordnanceman the head of the list. two others for fourth place,
School, 12.7, to 'clinch second shattering 141x150 birds
Title of No. 1 skeet shooter was
place. Tied with the VP-3 shooter
captured by America's Chet
The Storekeepers tallied twiceon ONLY ONE IN FRONT OF HIM-'Ace Jax: Nary skeet shoot. Crites Detroit Mich. were Igor Pezas of the United
inteicepted passes. Johnny er, Ken Pendergras of NARTU, caused many an eyebrow to raiseat States squad and Class Alwen of
:Milutth made a 15-yard interception the International Skeet Championships Just concluded at Caracas Crites broke 148x150 birds. Sweden-

to start/ the fireworks. Venezuela, taking second place. Fendergras has snared a host Sax Navy's Ken Pendergras, and Francis Smith
of clay-bird titles, including the State Sub-Small Class A, Small
After the Gunnies had taken Gauge Class AA and All-Gauge Class AA crowns. He's co-owner mate chiefof other Jax Navy men, finished 12
a 7-8 lead, Al Plntor, greased- of the world's two-man team record and holds the Southeastern NARTU, placed second in a and 13; respectively, with 141x
lightning all season, intercepted I. Two-Man title with teammate Titus Harris. The sharp-shooting tit with Bengt Malgren of Swe- 150.
chief broke 145-150 targets at the world meet, three less than
an aerial and ran the length of. den. The pair smashed 115x150 Crites and Tomlinson are two
champion Chet Crites of the U. S.
the field to score _targets. members of the champion five-

Team W. L. Ttt.Spoo.Serv man civilian team, the Michigan
11 0 1000( Wave Cagers .
AKA( > hHIJ' :: ::::::: 11 2 ..846AOA .Wreckers. Pezas, from New York
( ) School .. .... 11 4 .733
TraFHcllltlPg() .. .. 5 !S .00 City, captured the gun handicaptitle
ANI') School .. .... 4 7 .364 Face Pair Of at the World meet in Oslo,
HAWS! School .. ... 4 7 ,364 S n
AKA;( ) Sflicxil .. .. .... 4 7 .:iI)1 Norway, in 1952.
MAD .. .. .. ... 2 12 .14.1 All five Jax skeetmen
Personnel . .. 0 8 .000( Tough FoesThe Navy
4 m : received medals for faring well
scrappy Jax Navy Waves in preliminary firing.

NATTC Releases 1M Crackerjax, strong basketball sex- I This year's shoot, 36th of its

Bowling StandingsFinal tet, entertains the Payne Island y kind, was held on the plains of
Marines at Mainslde gym Satur- Blanco in Caracas
standings in the NATT- Poligno Conejo
Center intramural bowling day at 2000. the University City of Vene
The Georgia Peaches, THtor- zuela.
league have been released by
Special Seivices.! sharp shooting; aggregation Invade VP-18 Captures PlayoffFor Pistol and rifle shooting was

Aviation Storekeeper Schoolran King Hall at NATTCenter also contested. M/Sgt. Huelet
for a tiff with the Crackerjax Benner of West Point led the
away with the team title
Sunday at 1300. United States to a second place
while Tiny Wllhorn of Marine NAS Ten-Pin CrownThe
Aviation Detachment copped TilE LOSS OK Jeanne Bott- finish in pistol firing.

individual honors. wright, top-flight Marine eager Russian teams took first place
transferred last week, has Been> well-oiled VP-18 bowling team added the NAS intramural in both rifle and pistol competition. -
AK School will face the
: filled by Norma Fleming of AGO fall bowling championship to the spring kegling The United States was sixthin
Mainsidc champions VP-18 ina
battle for All-Station, laurels School. crown with a three-straight win over Special Services in a I the rifle event.

sometime this month. Star of the NATTCenter Waves, surprise sweep at the Mninside alleys Sunday night. -*SC

softball squad 1&1 Spring, Fleming Favored to cop NAS laurels, the

Tram TINAl. :NTANDI.MIS"'. L. ""II'. is holding down the "quarter- strong Patrol five was not expected five-of-seven playoff round. Three STJi'KE

AK School .. .. 5'! !> 776 back" spot, feeding the forwards to pull it out in three- games were set for the NATT
NAWS SthoolAKA .... 4' 15 742 PARES
:( ) School ... .. 45 19 7.TJ under Women's Collegiate Association : straight, however Center lanes Monday and the remaining .
Marines .... 4,1.I: ) 734 rules and at Mainslde the following --
AiH( SohoolAOA .... 36 34 689 directing play VP-18, anchored capably: all sea SPLITS
( ) SchoolCommUHary ... .. 2M6 f.62Hl tinder AAU rules. son long by Carl I'dolo-: sneaked night.
,(>('.-}erv. ..... 24 40 675
H..... & 5l! 613 Head coach Matt Kurllirh ex- through to American League hon Jack Carroll, steady VA-175

pects to enter the PI game witha ors during regular season play anchor-man, entered the 200 Club

lineup of: Mary Anderson and Special Services easily won the for the fifth time this season,

Pat Corsky at the forward posts National circuit title. ya earning the informal title of Em-

Jax Navy EntersSt. along with Fleming, and Anne lUiu-kle Pace Field peror Kegler '

Simmons, Ginny Brown and Willa The shakes were evident duringthe Carroll's fifth over-200 game
Pete Net MeetThe Edwards at the guard slots. playoff struggle, with a bid was a 205. He holds the American !

All-Station volleyball I IT WILL LEAVE strong reserves to the All-Station ten-pin play- League high of 224.

champions, to be determined next In Nancy Ward, Bev Bislo- Repeating entrance into the
.. week in a playoff between CVG- deau, Shirley DeLavergne, Shir- WIN Tin: MARKI.KI Club, also, were: Carl Edolo, VP-

17, of NAS and AE-B School, ley Pillard and Betty Smith vela 18, with 212 and 202; Jim Bolin
NATTCenter will Jax 8rrU s Af.Kmicliwn VP-18, 209 and 200; Al Hvizdos,
represent Looking better with each game, ................ 477 142 VF-44
Navy in the annual St. Peters t0 Crackerjax currently are rid- Curie .................. 51.1 171 200, and George Pavinato

burg YMCA Invitational Tourna ing the crest of a five-game win- S4\ rage :.I: ::::::::::::::: 52H 474 176Kdolo 158Bolin VF-44, 201.Marines.
lent Dec. 11.Regardless ning streak against service com- ................... 470 157 + .

of which team wins petition. 2112: 8018TKCIAI. ( s Drop

next week, the Jax Navy entryis ; KKKVICK;
expected to be augmented with I Sampson AFB, ,N. Y., lost t tri... A"1.. 87-58
(Gonzales 478 151! OpenerTo
Outstanding volleyball players a squeaker, 51-49, to the pro Young ....... .. ..... !514 171Blackalock
from intramural aboard fesslonal Rochester in 57: 179
teams Royals an
Kldd ........ 4riO. 150 Five
the station. exhibition basketball game. rover .......... 274 137 JJC
Page 85 85
Showing a decided stiffness and
2333 778
lack of experience, the Jax Ma-
Hurst Barrow Meet For ,'r-.. .......(.. .776 all 7M-Mli rines basketball quintet lost its
1'iP"-l'Ifr.' ... .. 70 'It 1 -JJJJ
opening game of the 1954-55 season

NAS Fall Cup' Golf Crown offs awaiting the winner. Highest losing 87-58 before a talented
game posted in the thiee- crew of Dolphins from Jacksonville -

u .. _.". match event was an 849 second Jr. College at the winners'
:FaU Cup competition is still in :Saturday's.. Blind Bogey by VP18.A gym last Saturday.

underway at the station golf event, Casey Maze copped first 537 by Earl Blackstock and The Marines were able to moreor

course with a champion crownedIn place with a net 75. Second place 814 by Bill Young of Special ServIces less stay with their speedier

one flight and semi-finalists went to Walter Strader with 77. offset high series by Jim opponents through much of the

decided in the remaining two A DRIVE FOR new golf course Bolin and Ed Cuneo of 528 and first half. The buzzer sounded

brackets members is currently going on. 513, respectively.From .. with the Dolphins enjoying a 37-

Tom Hornebuckle got the better It's hoped that every current I there on, however, the TOP BOWLER Tiny WH- 26 bulge. .
of a battle of nerves with member can bring in a newcomer National League title-holders horn of the Marines took high MEETING UP with sUffer than

Mike Benak, downing Benak for this month. could muster no scoring punch. average honors with 167 in theNATTCenter expected opposition, the Dolphins
Intramural bowlIne

the second flight crown, 1-up. Golf clubs can be rented for Winner Collide league lie also holds the threw caution to the wind in the

>WILT HURST, 1-up conqueror of 25 cents per round. Lessons from Blackstock: posted fine '187 and high series mark with a 607. second half pouring in eight
Lew Chaff will face-Bill Barrow Professional Jack Harvey are 192 games on the way to his high i lightning-like buckets soon after

for the first flight championship. als oavailable. 531. Bolin, starting shakily witha The Amateur fencers League play resumed.

Barrow decisioned Lou Brozo, The station driving range, located 141, came -on back to rack up of America has ranked Navy seaman Forward John Hockenberry

1-up. at the golf course, is open 200( and 187. Sewall Short of Ilickam kept the Leathernecks in the game

Third flight play lines up like daily from 0900 to 1800. A bucketof At last reports, the Patrolmenand I AFB, T. H., top man in the epee with a 20-point contribution

this: C. B. Coward vs. .Walter balls goes for 25 cents, accord AK School, NATTCenter division for the 1954-55: fencing The Marines face the strong.
locked in a best season. Gibbs Vikings tomorrow night.r .
Collins for the title. ing to assistant pro Fred Ghioto. champions, were


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2 December, 1954 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven f

, Stetson Spoils Fliers' ',::'" I/ ;'" :" I TIME| OUT

! Home Hardwood Da hul With i Gordon Robbio

Making a move to the forefront
Jumping off to a quick lead, Stetson University's de- in athletic competition, .
fending state collegiate cage champions draped Jax Navy's VP-3 has added a pistol teamto
I 1954-55 home opener in black with a: 90.71ictol'y Friday its sports} lineup.The .
! night at Mainside cym. Huskie shooters competed
I Were it not for the Fliers sink- ----------, --- --- --- almost unnoticed recently when
Ing 37 of, 49 free throw attemptsfor for Grabaz and Tate and great they copped 10 of 24 medals, lead
a good ,735 average, therewould've rebound work by Vince Zoda, 6-5 Ing a large field at the Jacksonville -
been a larger difference spring-board was the main Flier 1 Police Pistol Matches at the"
? In the final score. offensive weapon. Police range.
Over half the Fliers' point production Howard and fellow forward Using a .2%, Richard Short _
came on charity tosses Bun Reynolds, 6-4 Mltunl. Edison woe first place in the Expert
Jax Navy was outscored from the product, got hot In the ,second rlaAA., Elmer Boerner, team captain
floor, 68-34. half propelling the! hatters took third place and won
!Sophomore' Dave Howard. to a late flurt'. the medal In Rapid Firing com
sturdy forward from Cape Glrajde I Howard, Jim Kitchens and Bob petition.
Cu, Mo., raged 25 points to :I by Crumpton sat out much of the s Doerner also won medals witha
offset a 28-x>lnt total by the last half with five fouls to their .38 in the Timed Fire and Rapid
Fllera' old reliable, fob Grabaz. name. Too late, however for Jax Fire matches. Gerald Cronin won
At that, Grabaz notched only Navy to benefit t the Slow Fire and Rapid Fire
nix floor goals, but connected for I Repoldrt? chipped Inlth 18 matches using a .22 while the
... ,,,. .....
16 free throws. Right behind the points, rump tln II, and 6-9 center ---- -;- .w. Huskies' Wilmer 01 bke took third
Shotgun was Dick Tate, Jax Navy : Ted Cassidy! poled 10 }points\ 1, READY: FOR AAU MEET-Uhen the annual North Florida in each class
captain with 12 free throws and to fl"iie In the winners' pooling, Junior AAU boxing tourney is held next week, a formidable Jax A litUe-known fact about the
I Navy ring squad plans to be on hand to attempt to win a major in that
four buckets for 20 points. Bright spots among a host of squad a majority of the
j portion of honors.
Three Blue and Gold sluggers expected to enter
Jnx Navy was, able to Keep( within i Flier yearlings' were John Wagoner i are, from left: Johnny Baxley, NAS 165-pounder;' Marine Ken men never fired a pistol before
hearing distance of the LeLand and Bob Blongiewicz. II I Thomas, AKA( ) School heavy-weight, and Ily Strange, AK (A) this year. VP-3 hopes to Compete *
invaders throughout first I Grabaz, rapidly nearing the School graduate, 132-pounder. The tourney will be held Monday in several tournaments thin
half of play. When the 20-minute end of a brilliant career with j _:through Wednesday, night._at the Main St. Arena. winter, including the Mid-Winter
buzzer rang, the scoreboard read I Jax lacy, meshed M point In Nationals at Tampa.
Stetson 44, Jax Navy 36. the ):'Jk>n' opener<< Nov 22 at Fasron Flier If any comers wish to, tackle
Success at the charity stripe I I Orlando .Fit a+* Jax Na\y recorded Spikei'sCop Ilingincn the Huskies, contact Boviner ut
_. a !K>-85 ww in. extension 578. '
------ ---
I wasn't Two Tills Slate AAU .
Tate far behind with 25markers. : Eye *
Rods andNimrods I One-third of the Mr. In Fasron Nine and 0 & R Tennis front Hotutun, Teats,
side-Mr. Outside-Mr. Anyslde( combination found themselves on opposite Mitt Lincoln Neb., Atlanta, Ca., and
Vince Zoda, was unable ends of Ute City Volleyball Phllatlf'lllhlu111 'ollllwte|
to make the trip. League totem pole last week. !In the annual Santa claus:
(This is the first in an anticipated Jim 1 81'1'11 led! the Air Force The Fasronjtes ported:: a pairof dozen husky leather Bon I at lakeland Dec. 28-29.
series of outdoor columns crew wjth 32 points, followed byRon i wins in loop competition slingers from Jax Navy arc Limited to boys under 13 years s
devoted to the many hunting and Stnrzlnsld: with 20. Orlando II while O & R WAS dropping\ two winding up Llong: training I old and weighing less, than 310
fishing enthusiasts aboard the AFB is due for a Mainside appearance contests. grind this week, planning to pounds, the Bowl classic: Is sponsored
station or attached to neighborIng in the Fliers' final regular -- FASROtiiNE dubbed Pan- enter the Florida State Junior : by the Pop Warner Foundation.
facilities). Reason'! game, March 2. i ama, 15-2 and 15.1, with Harold AAU Championships n ext I ,
Although the hunting season w11tOFOOT. Santer and Bill Lee pavingthe Monday through Wednesday *
has been in effect locally a short SlrUon/ 1', ((00)) ..Ju0.) .<), Ol i way. The Field crew at the Main St. Arena. Howard G. Danforth, FSU athletic -
while, many reports 0 f good 'Kitchen Howard :25 4 K F 17 0 (Collins Tale) then tripped O & R' ; 15-3, 8-15 Included in the array of fu>tic director, one of America' -
shooting have reached this corner IK ynold 38 Jo'J: i>*wllWilson and 15-6 talent are some fighters well volleyball experts, will serve in an
N '! JO:2 F C"0 HlKhCasslcly Joe Reilly, O & R Propeller J.JI\t'r; 9 4 n r 10Vax 7 ninnil,<'>w'Z nerCreuory shone' for the winners while I I have appeared on station cardsand United States Army, Europe, in
Shop, with Wilbur Lewis and 7 (} 2 Unly Lonnie Austin and Charley in downtown warm-up Its 1955 Volleyball Clini, February
Prumpton 11 n; 28 r.rahru: : Jackson stood out for OAR. event
party of Umatilla 125- :
bagged a D'rd 0 (; 1 iMhhor
lb. bear and two sevenpointbucks --90 -7t TilE SOUTJIKIlNEIlg bested Coach Bob Perkins has Carroll The clinic is a part of a pro
first five days of the sea- 1I 1-- O AR, 12-15, 15-4 and 16-14, (Bull) Gilchrist as the only vet- gram conducted for the welfare
I despite a fine performance by eran back; from last, year's squad of military personnel stationed in
son.D.. B. Ornsdorff, O & R, got Fliers' Weekly the loners' Albert Isaac. The Junior meet is for boxers Europe.
nn eight-point buck weighing 162 Hardwood Slate In another contest involving who have not won a title in a Hob Sclmelkrr, ei-Purrls I*- .
Jbs. while visiting his parents in Navy clubs, the Splkers trounced State or Sectional AAU tourney, Lord gridiron stalwart, I I" in hU
Springfield, Ga., over Thanks The University of Florida Ortega, 15-8 and 15-7.: Gilchrist, who went to the finals first sear with the professional
giving. Freshman basketball team last year, will box in the 1 i8I New York Giants
originally due for an engagement --- --- I pound class. Schnelker, who has appeared
A five-point buck was taken tonight against Jax Navy, Fasron Six Climbs Rollins Entered against Jax Navy In this a.rt'a.
by Lcdr. H. F. Johnson of Com- will show here tomorrow evening I Although not boxing with the won a pot on the tlrststrlng'.A

Fair Jax, and party, Nov. 23. The Instead. I In Bowling League team this year, Jax Navy has familiar Forces All-Service lineup
hunters made their kill in the Tomorrow's action is t h. ring figures in Ken Thomas In 1952.
Ocala -National Forest while i only home activity for the locals Fasron Six started to make its and Bob Spencer, both Marine .
week. Remember tomorrow heavyweights from AE SHOUT TUNTSt r VP-18 a
camping in the Lake Delancyarea. this move In the Major Bowling School.
evening rather than Hy Strange Navy lightweightfrom slight favorite to tip AK School
League, Jumping ,from a dismal ,
for the U of Fla. Frosh for the Station bowling cham-
Another tonight the Bronx, and a recent
trio of 0 & R nimrods, seventh to a somewhat! more respected -
B. W. Bradshaw, Rex Whiddon v.. Jax: Navy. Graduate of AEA( ) School, is fa- pionship.
fifth place last week.In 1)18
ppolnl ing when
Place Mainsfde Time KeffclrrAFII.Wafft
production superintendent, and gym miliar to local fans. So is Ralph
Jack Bedenbaugh hunted in the 2015. the Veteran's League, NATT- Rollins of NATTCenler, a smooth were uuable to how
up a with
Osceola Forest a week ago. They Center's Marines were victims of performing 147pounder. the Crafkerjar. The game substitute
came out with a nine-point buck : "Did your watch stop when it powerful l G fe S Manufacturing Two Marines are entered in the team was hardly enough for
tipping the scales at 160-lbs. I hit the floor" Co., falling to the Gators 3-0. 165-pound division Clarence the'! Waver to display a,fonnid-
They also bagged a 120-lb., "Surt. Did you think it wouldgo It was the winners 22nd start in Russell of AE School, and-Bunny able attack to the capacity '
I :27 Ross from the NAS Detachment.
eight-pointer. Mr. and Mrs. Bill on through garnet. crowd of riirtou on heard _
Lozhnicka found success in the --- Calloway Returns fir *
nearby Osceola, also. The couple Bobby Bash, an AO-A Marine, Quonset Point ended the 1&54!
shot two seven-point bucks. Banshees is an entry at 153 pounds. Bash
'Reserves gridiron
il II Nip J art looked here good against Camp Stew record.Final campaign game was with a 12-6 a 2-5-2 victory -

Homer Williams, O & R, and recently over the University of Di Mge-
his three sons also brought back NARTU's gridders-, accomplishing --- holder for All-Station honors Clarence Galloway, 139 pounds, port.
signs of happy hunting in the what all others failedto next week. who fought for Jax Navy in the Aw! on the service football

,Osceola. The quartet bagged a do, nipped Fasron Six, 19- AT THE PRESENT time, of- ships Sixth is Naval District Champion- front: Navy 27, Army 20; Boll-
seven-pointer. They camped in 18, last week, stopping an 11- Navy colors asa Ing AFB 48, Ft. Belvoir 27, for
the old family homestead three game Banshee win skein. ficials are mulling over rules Reservist and will compete for the Eastern service championship,
miles north of Woodstock. An extra-point tally by Al to be in effect for the playoffs, Jax. and Ft. Riley 41, Ft. Carson! 20.
V O. Doyle, O & R, spent two Yarmak late in the game prov- expected to be best .two-of- Johnny Baxley, NAS, 178 I .. .
days in Live Oak the weekend three, at Stadium Field.
over ed (he difference. Jim Thompson -
pounds Mel Thomas VF-173
; and
coming back with the limitof Dick Riechenbach and Joe Other grid action last week: Sports FromYesteryear
quail each day. Gonza>s scored TD's for the 0 & R overran Hospital, 18-6, Billy Expinoza, Marine of Air
Final hunting report: W. D. Reserves. then the Medics tipped VP-3, man School, both 126 pound,,,
Estes, O & R Accesories Branch, ALL THREE Fasron Six I 12-7, in battles for the runner- round out the squad. FIVE YEAR8 AGO TODAY
killed a four-point buck while counter were notched by the up post. 55 Jax Navy absorbed its worst
visiting in Jesup, Ga., Thanksgiving slippery-hipped Will Ewing.A Supply kept in the running' Wanda: "He wore my photograph beating in the history, of football -
Day. win over Operations this for the second-place playoff over his heart and it stop at NAS, taking a 39-fl
On the fishing front, T. H. week, however,' will hand Fas with a forfeit win over Fasron ped a bullet when that bank licking at the hands of Pon-
Donnell, O & R, enjoying good ron Six the Mainside cham- 109. Personnel also stayed in bandit fired at him." sacola Navy. With only a char ,
striper catches in the Nassau pionship. NAS winner tangles contention, defeating Hospital, ity tilt at Atlanta retraining
River over the weekend. with the NATTCenter .title- .25-22. Ethel: "I'm not surprised, dear.It on the slate, the Flms'stood record
(Bill Brown) would stop anything." at 4.&. .




Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 2' December, 1954rm.m1lD

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( from Page 1))
curity; Fiscal; Supply; 0 and Ri;
) 421 Ev-
urn.- *ar apt. King,
Public Works
; Military Services;
7-4475, Ross
.",' and Communications depart
1 born Turn, apt., 1233 Inglcside.. men t s. The Station is assistingthe

EV 9.3W'i. Thomas. group by providing departmental -

2 rm. furh eff. apt., 4633 Ramo organization charts showing -

na. KV 98101. Hurlbcrt. the military allowance and

:,2 bdrm. unfurn. house, available civilian ceiling through section

Dec. 10, 3123 Sunny brook Ct., levels, and military and civilian

W Jax., EV 71037. Guess. j personnel on board through section -
2 bdrm. furn. apt., $75. 708 Kings-

Ie)'. EV '94973. Quigley. Mp The inspection party arrived ..

,3 bdrm; furn. house. 6115 Com- here Monday and plans to depart

modore Dr. EL 6-4050. Rodgers. Saturday.
2 rm' furn. apt. $42. 814 Murray t

Dr.. EV 96383. Collins. FederalContinued
5 tL
3 rm film apt., 852 St. Clair EV
8-3992.. Br ese. ( from Page 1))
4 l m. ear apt, $C5. 4327 Hiawatha competitive examination will mean
: EV 9-8915.. Darling. a considerable extra work load

: S rm. furn. house: EV 94382.'Da- L ___ __._ for the IRD Employment Divi
-- '---"-. ___.,.__ __.
vid. sion. Career appointments h a v e
4 nn. furn. gar. apt. $60. 2584 MAKES REPAIRS 1A.S1ER-The object In the center Is the attraction here. It's a pneumatic been limited on a national scaleto
jack-hammer which has been adapted and, mounted, on a specially devised carriage and used to
College. FL 9.4875 after 1700. remove and replace the barrel from 20 mm guns Robert Winne (left) and Herschel Chesley the 'same number on competitive
Powell, also 1 bdrm turn apt. (right) both O&R employees, devised the new method. Left to right are: Winne; R. C, Copeland, civil service rolls as of Sept.
$70. leadingman; Capt. Wellington T. Mines, Overhaul and Repair officer; Comdr. George W. Ellen 1, 1950, plus an additional ten

: 3 bdrnunfurn.. house. Garibaldi -_berg! _assistant O&R officer, and Chesley. per cent. For this rcuon.IRD has

St., Vcnetia. EX 80132.. Smith Two From 0 & R In Spotlight Bet a goal of Jan. :1, 1955 for

1 bdrm. house, 8J} E. 56th. 'EL Dec. 10 DeadlineSet completion of the task.
3-7752 or ext. 8121. Pyburn. *

2 rm. furn apt., $60. 4620 Bur- For LoansThe Develop New Method OfRemoving To ,keep the work at a minimum

kinhead Rd. Rhodes. only those employees.,who.
3 rm. furn. apt., FL 9-0881 or 112- Jpx Navy Federal Cre- have not passed a competitive examination -
85722.' Edwards. dit Union has placed a Dec.. 10 will be contacted. All

2 rm: furn. apt. 2967 Selma. EV deadline for Christmas loans. Gun Barrel others may assume that no examination ,

9-6480. Niel. The new deadline is being It required. :Mrs. Flor-

Hskpg. rm.. furn. 2747 Riverside. enforced in order to allow What:may develop into a Navy-wide revolutionary method Ine Gannoway, employment sup-

EV 8-0400.. Bramlett. time for processing of loans of removing' and replacing the barrel, from 20 mm guns erintendent, particularly a s k 8

2 rm. furn. apt., util. 2148 Ros- through the credit committee. has been devised by two employees of the Overhaul and that no employees'call Industrial

sclle. EL 50914. Emory. Repair ,department. Relations seeking information in

2 rm. apt. $50. 3659 Riverside. Hershell C. Chesley, Production the 'matter, as this will only retard -

Burroughs. Specialist, and Robert L. and for employees working/ progress.

/ Sm. f urn. apt. util. $40. 2854 Cor- Winne, Ordnance Mechanic have adjacent areas. Dramatic demonstration S.-

inthian Ave., Ortega. utilized a large pneumatic hammer % of the new method was LengthContinued
3 rms., furn. Murray lull EV 9-
as a striking tool to deliver made for Capt. Wellington T,
7323. Doonan. ( from Page 1))
the sharp powerful blow necessary Hines Overhaul & Officer
Repair -
3 7-2 rrm. furn. apts., $35. Apply to loosen the barrel from tal of more than' four year
Pop's Store, outside gate of and Comdr George W. Ellen-
the receiver.Once Until now, one year extension*
Mayport NAS. (Personnel/ are (invited to visit I loosened, the gun barrelcan burg, assistant Overhaul- & Re- were authorized only for personnel -

3 bdrm. house, unfurn., gar. 4567 the USO Servicemen's Club at 31 be easily removed by hand. pair Officer to attend a service

Ulmer. EV 9-3551. Runkles. i West Monroe Street. The Club Heretofore an 18-pound mall in Overhaul and Repair depart- school, accept orders to a normal

FOR SALE fa open from 0930 to t330 daily.) : the hands of a mechanic has been ment authorities pointed out that; tour of shore duty, partici-

3 bdrm. house, 5121 Admiral Dr. Thursday, December 2 8:00P.M. : used for this purpose. the removal of the barrel from pate in a foreign cruise or to

Venetia Ter., Kremp. Open House, Record Hop. the, receiver has been a problemto complete periods of active Fed

Lake Shore bung., GI equity. $600 the Navy for eral service where longer periods -
I Friday, December 3 5:30: P.M. The pneumatic hammer is many years.It
down. NAS ext. 759. Boyett. Cafe Italiano. Spaghetti Supper; mounted on a carriage 'which is is believed'that this new de of obligated service were'
3 bdrm. house. $1,000 equity, bal. velopment ,which has been sub not necessary.
8:00: P.M. Dancing to Records. secured to the work stand in sucha .
$6,460. 5129 Appleton. EV 8- mitted for consideration, under Upon extension of an enlist
Saturday December 4 10:00: manner that it swivels to either
3259. Moore; the Navy Beneficial SuggestionProgram ment, personnel concerned are
A.M. Open House all day; 2:00: side for either tightening or loo-
2 bdrm. house, low down pay., will solve this problemand not eligible to receive a lump-
P.M.' TV Game of the Week; 8:00: sening the barrel. It is also ad- ,
2345 Westbrook Cir. N. EV be for sum payment for unused leave,
P.M. Record Hop. Justable. The hammer can be adopted. use Navy
nor mustering out
pay at the
99576. Gilley. wide.
Sunday, December 5 10:00: moved forward or aft on its car- time the extension is effected.
3 bdrm. house, kit. equip. 5127 A.M. Dunking Round Table, free riage to regulate the striking There is also a possibility that .
Corsair Cecil Field ext. 373.
coffee and donuts, then off to force as necessary. this same principle can be modi-
Wolfe. with hostesses 1 fled for use in assembling and Guided Missile
church 2:00
junior ; ::
5 house. EV 8.4459 before
rm. P.M. TV Pro Game of the Week; The use of this method greatly :disassembling: 0 t h er aircraft
noon ends. wkdays. and day wk- I 5:30): P.M. Community Sing, Ves- improves safety conditions both components' which require a 'Terrier In Use
pers, free refreshments; 8:00: PJM. for personnel doing this work sharp powerful blow.OUTSTANDING .

MISCELLANEOUS Movies. ......... .. ,w.w. ... .... During 'Lantflex'
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2 riders to share pool from Ar- .
December 6 .
Monday Ping
lington to NATTC NAS ext. Pong Instructions with Frank .. \,.. In the Air Defense Phase of the

8476. Thomas. Puskas; Skating at Skateland, reduced .. :'..A( ..:',. :.. Atlantic Fleet's largest post war

Want rider or driver for pool rates.Tuesday <_' '. "'j.. k .. .....:. .. .. exercise, "Lantflex," the con-

from Jax Beach weekdays NAS December 7 Game .. .. ''. ,. < verted battleship USS Mississ
ext. 8220. Botlorff ,.
or 8598, Chief ippi
Night. > w '. : : successfully employed theNavy's
i Riley. ,
Wednesday, December 8-Dance new anti-aircraft weapon, ,
2 riders wanted to Baltimore
the supersonic
guided missile
Music provided by NATTCenter
leaving 0001, Dec, 8, NAS ext. Serenaders. Terrier.

395. 'Miles. ., .
The announcement
was made
Ride wanted from Jax Beach to .
Cathedral Parish in St Augustine simultaneously by Admiral
NAS day shift. : 382, F. 1pt i .
',. invites Jerauld Wright
all servicemen and ) CommanderinChief
; Mitchell. their families to visit its Service Y U. Atlantic Fleet and the
Riders wanted from Jax Beach to .
men's Club. The club is located \ fi Navy Department in Washington.
O&R. 07001530. Ext. 8383, '
Plank at the-Lyceum, two and on -half \t'l The Terrier, capable of being
blocks south of the Post .Office fired from
Want 3 riders to New Jersey, Iii shipboard or
leaving eve. of Dec. 17, EV 8- on St. George street ff .p.,2,;p ground station, has completed its
8231 after 1800. Wolniewicz. Each Saturday the club is open : .::::"- test program which began in the

Want .2 riders to Tulsa, Okla., at 1930. There, is a free snack : Spring of 1952, and has since included -
bar ,and d"clng.rom. 2030.
'l Waving Dec. 18, NAS ext. 838; : extensive test firing.

or EV 83753. Heard. ORISKANY OVERHAULED The slim, needle-nosed mis-
Riders, wanted between LakeShore ; I, sile, is designed to intercept air-
RETURNS TO SEA : craft at much
and.O&R. 1700-1530 dai longer ranges and
ly. NAS'ext. 341 EV 7-1326 after After a $2,700,000 repair and higher altitudes than conventional

'1630. White. overhaul job at the Hunter'sPoint 01. anti-aircraft weapons under any

Naval Shipyard, the air- conditions of visibility.
SERVICE-Fifty-six of good conduct
A whimsical bugler named Moe craft carrier USS Oriskany has In the Naval Service are exemplified by these years five sailors at NA. .
Who thought it was funny to blow arrived in Los Angeles from San TTCenter being ,cited by Capt. Henry DeLong, commanding offi- "I can tell you how much water
Hi horn at eleven' Francisco.The cer. Left to right are: Harold Reece, AEC; Jerome Apling AE1; runs over Niagara Fall to a
Is now up In heaven, ship will train in the Los Harold Linstrom, AE1; Ralph Matarazxa, AE1 and Marvin Jortner, quart"
the are two division officers from AE
Observing ceremony
But that ain't where they told Angeles area for several days. Her AE1 School Chief Radio Electricians Harold McLaughlin. (left) and "How much T"

)him to go. skipper is Capt L. E. Simpler Claude Harrison. "Two pints