Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 10, 1955
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Home of Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District; Commander Fleet Jacksonville; Fleet Air WinK 11; Naval Air Technical Training Center

Grim Reapers' Jax Units Lay

Reach Manila : .j > .'
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Jacksonville Fighter Squadron .. ..'f_ ( .K .. { .", "'" vi 'Lantminex'Five
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CVA-41, has reached Manila in ./ ,. "" &" : !I\f: \ ; : :''>"" '1' ;: i\1; : ., .
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its cruise around the world. It' :' ('f': ;; ; ,a ( ::: ., . .. .,..,.. :; .,_.<:,:: ,it." Jax air squadrons will
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in Manila : : t ,,. ,., .,,,. ,. ." '" ." engage in the ticklish busi
During the short stay "' r,>Yl'H" ,, .,.,. ... 1 'rt. ., '." "" :' ." ,.
the their ,..,.,., ,. ; < / of '
pilots tested flying ; .t.:\ ." .' ',.,'"" ..'." ir.\. "; :e.. lii'. i.jJi '- ; ness laying mines for both
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'Y ;; wy.
skill ashore and their :"
again ; "
,",;." ,< ; ; :! ;!; offense and defense during
waterproof survival suits in a '"" "i". ..'" ., .ywt't. 'ri\J; in
1. March the most extensivetest
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swimming pool. ? ., /
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since World War II.
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On the{ way around the world : \ ; :, ;
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the "Grim Reapers" visited i' ; : ..", li..t i.. .' Fighter Squadron 35 and Attack .

Cape Town, South Africa, and _.. '" : Squadron 105 based at Cecil

Colombo, Ceylon. Singapore 1' : ... Field, and Composite Squadron

was by-passed as the air power '; :? ,. 62 and Fasron 109 from NAS Jax
of the Midway was rushed to
::I' 'L\11'k'li.-- : will link forces in
support of the Tachcn evacua- : ."."'..";'. Operation
';'):(;, "Lantminex" under the command
tion.With that operation success- ,. :".,". ..f..,.., '. "',, ,.: of Capt. Edwin J. S. Young, Com.
and concludedthe .. ififo:, _. .' mandcr of Fleet Air Wing 11.
fully peacefully ..' ___ ..." 'c ..
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ship headed for Manila. .. f\. ';;..;, .. .. THESE UNITS comprise the
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Eleven Feb. 28 fga Aerial
years ago on ;[i' : i' Mining Group, which is
the "Grim Reapers" were in r i r'. -' : part of the Mining Task Force

this same corner of the world i 'W : Scene of the minelaying activity

participating in attacks on the will be off Cape Remain, S. C.

Carolines. Today Fighting 101 .. ; r : The large-scale operation began

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returns in the role of: defender _' "" ;.o(: .. .. "'!!?,.U' .;::1.:& Monday and will run continuouslyday

instead of attacker of the Pacific PAL DAY BANQUET-Some 200 Navy men In the -Jacksonville area were guests of Jacksonville and night until midnight on

islands. civic clubs and business men at a USO Pal Day banquet held last Thursday at the George April 3. Capt. Young's task group
Washington Hotel. Each enlisted man-was the personal gast of a civic club member or businessman. will AD
The program, designed to create a closer friendship between the serviceman and the civilian, fly Skyraider attack
made a distinct hit with both. Above Is the scene of part of the huge gathering on hand. planes and P5M Marlin seaplane
bombers. They will drop the
Dependents Must{ largest concentration of aerial

Phone Clinic Payments For VA Benefits Help Needed By mines during the 28-day period

since 1945.
These mines
used as
For Treatment lax Air News both attack and protection wea-

Exempt From TaxationVeterans Several vacancies, includingthat pons, are designed to knockout
Dependents are reminded that enemy submarines.
of a civilian assistant editor -
they must telephone prior to reporting -
for treatment to the OutPatient figuring their Federal income laxes need not count as are open on the staff of THE SPECIAL mines whichare

Dependents' Clinic at the income any payments they have received for Veterans Administration the Jax Air News. being used were assembled V

NAS Infirmary. benefits, since these payments are tax-free, the VA and the The post of assistant editoris by the two units. However, none
Bureau of Internal Revenue said will contain normal explosives.
All dependents seeking treat- in a civilian capacity, but
Instead, they will fire
ment not of an extreme emer- Dividends which veterans receive the other vacancies, includinga pyrotechnic
veterans who lost their sight or signals and resemble Fourth of
gency nature are urged to make on 'thclr GI insurance policies top spot as sports editor,
lost the use of their limbs. July fireworks when detonated.
appointments in advance by call- also are exempt from taxation must be filled by enlisted men.
World War I emergency ottlcera' Besides the NAS and Cecil
ing extension 629 between the and need not be reported as retirement Any personnel Interested, or
hours of 0900 and 1130. pay. who knows of anyone interested Field based squadrons, Capt.
income. peath benefits to families of deceased Young's air group will include
After regular working hours, can contact, the editor, in '
Among the tax-free VA pay- veterans also are exempt Patrol Squadron 45 from Coco
dependents can phone extension room 238 Main Administration
front taxation. These Include Solo, Canal Zone, and Patrol
6495 to discuss illnesses with the ments are the following: Building; or phone extension
compensation, pension and all GI Squadron 44 and Patrol Squad
medical officer of the 8346.
day. Only allowances
Education and training -
insurance payments. ron 56 from Norfolk, Va.
extreme emergency cases are to for pofltJorM'et..rnn'l:
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be brought to the with- The overall task force contain: '
Infirmary enrolled in school and training
surface and submarine task
out appointment. establishments under the Korean -
groups in addition Capt. Young'
GI BUI.Subsistence
air group. It is headed by Rear

payments made to Adm. Harry Sanders, CommanderMine
Pets Should BeInoculated disabled World War II and Korea Force, U. S. Atlantic Fleet.

veterans training under Public

Law 18, the Vocational Rehabilitation J. ACCORDING to Rear Adm.

"Rover. Rover, move it over, Act.Subsistence. Sanders, accuracy is the keynotein

two shots are coming in." allowances paid to & laying mines most effectivelyin
channels and harbors. He saidit
At least that's what must World War II veterans training

happen to poor Rover if he under the original World War II :, 9 is designed to tighten ]up the
i mine warfare readiness of the
GI Bill
hopes to stay aboard the Naval
Air Station. Disability compensation and -'"

Because of the seriousness of pensions received by veterans because "Umpires"' stationed aboard:

rabies infection and in, keeping of service-connected and h surface ships will make on-the-
with health standards at NAS, nonservlce-connected disabilities .. spot damage assessments and assign -
personnel are notified that in Grant. to seriously, disabled '. ", emergency procedures.

compliance with a NAS Jax instruction veterans for home designed for r, i;' : The latest-type minesweepel'salso

all pets living aboard "wheel-chair living", :. will participate in the mane-

the Naval reservation must be Grants for motor vehicles to ,."''',- .., uver. These include wooden-hull

inoculated by a licensed veter- _. .; ships which only recently reported -
inarian and registered with the WEATHER OUTLOOK ;<.. .. '.:?': .. to the fleet from the builder'
Pass and Identification Office .waN?
FUTURE GUNNERS-Gunner Herman Wyman (front center) yards.
as soon as possible. Friday Partly cloudy and listens to the criticisms and suggestions of Aviation Ordnance- During "Lantminex" commer-

If Rover WILl through this warm. man School Class B graduates in a critique following completion cial shipping will receive noticeto
last year, please notify him of a 25-week course at NATTCenter Jar These more experienced
that his turn has come Saturday-Partly cloudy and enlisted men of Naval. and Marine Corps aviation took the advanced steer clear Of the operation.
course to further their knowledge of aviation ordnance. Special patrol craft will roam off
again and that he will l- have to warm. Front row, (left to right) are: Daniel Hiidreth, A01; Lloyd Patterson the coast to prevent unauthorized ''I'

be re-inoculated and reregistered Sunday .- Partly cloudy and ,' AO1; Gunner Wyman; Harvey Brown, AO2; T/Sgt. Fart vessels from entering mi.I e It
this year Maske. Back row: Clyde Turbett, AO1; Ted Tarkon AO2; Jean
contitwed-warra.; THford, AOl; T/Srt. Louts McGIll and Addison Combs, AO1. at'eac.If .

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10 March 1955
pncrr Two JAX'R NEWS


SAFETYBox [ VF-22, VF-172.. VP-16, VF-104, VC-62, V. 45

J1l xfflBmlli8 : Score Scouting Squadrons I

I! Disabling Injiirle Through
Published every Thursday tor t."a.and. Marine tulhltloi at Nasal Air i -
Station. Jacksonville Tuesday March 8 "t-U --- -
Flu.6A9 J.fU.:,ill. ., I J del, G. M. Strum, and K
.apt. John A Thach ...............___.__,,_._...............Commanding; Oflldor This Month Fighter Squadron 22 has just A.
Comdr. John N. Mrs ...........__..._._.__...--:..-..__....KXCQUi\u, Otllcef This Year I returned from Guantanamo Bay, Washburn. _
fleet Air ,1,11I.. Seven old "Archers" .
tear Adrn. John Terry ........_._.__..______.........................Vommanrtfr: Dad'a Since Last Cuba where it has been operatingtheir haxire.!
Capt. KtfhaiU i), Uieeno ........................_..,_._."._ _......... ,..chiet: l of !Staff: Lost-Time Accident Banshees off the USS celved orders to new assignments
fleet Air Win* t.lriraIvatal ::" leaving the squadron with
(Opt. Edwin J. S. Young ________...._..... ......... Commander .. Intrepid.The a net
Comdr. frank U, He.ier _.. ....__.__ __.._... ...Uliet Staff Officer -- -- -- ---- gain of zero, Comdr. D. H. John
Air TrcknUal Irtlulaf Oaltr Cavaliers were concerned
Capt. Henry C. DetxirtK( ......r..u.-.inm-.ii.nu.,..,- i.-,.,. .,t'nrnmanttinff Officer NFFE Schedules son, commanding officer, will) be
Comdr. Kdwuid W. Uiihop_..._........._......_ ,Kxctutl\e UMlccr with'shaking down the recently relieved in March and
\ .... March 28 proceed
Naval ,ltal Meeting and
Capt. Edward S. Lowe ,_ :. ___..Commanding) Officer recommissioned Intrepid new to Great Falls, Mont., for an
-- assignment
Capt. i. A. Newton _. _..:.-..jiAKTC/ _.._.___._.Kxccutl\e UUlcer Next meeting of the National squadron pilots made good use of with the Air Force

Capt. Wilson R.:'nattlctt ......._. ... ) .. -................. .Commanding; Officer Federation Federal Employees the flat top, flying a total of 1155 "Lt. (jg) R. M.
Comdr. Laurence 1<'. Steffenhagcn _..______._.xeculhe: Officer local chapter 1116 will be held hours during January and ]Feb- Dossert has been
ordered to the NROTC
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the U. R. Naval Air Station, Monday March 28 at 1930 room ruary. Day and night carrier detach-
Jacksonville' Hoi' Ida and printed commercially with' non-anpiopilatert fund Building. ment at Ohio State University at
tit no expense to the I'I ro\eminent: and In comr>llanre with NAVKXCJK: H-35. Hev. 320, Post qualifications were conducted '
Nov. 1945. Copies DTP distributed free ot charge at (he Naval Air Station, the 'It' will be a joint mt'etlngwith Columbus Ohio and Lt. ( E.
Naval Air Technical Training Center Naval Air Roseive Training Unit, and the,v during this period. McDannel to the Bureau of Aeronautics .
'< Field's
NAS Cecil
U. S. Naval Hospital. 22's newest
Fighter Squadron in
Editor Andrew 11.
I'lantYPUI'tl In the last meeting held Monday Arthur D. Fowler
Editor-Gordon Hobble. JOS Staff KepoiteiiJuck ITulnVci. PHI; pilots, Ltjg) *
Nancy Maid SN. a brief discussion was held and Ensign Donald B.Jhie, proved VC-62
The JAX AIR NEWS Is n member of the Armed Forces= I'resr Senlce.AFPS ) concerning bringing a national
of handling
material appealing In this publication may not be iepilnte withoutthe themselves capable Comdr. Donald Dietz iHumt-d
written pl'l'mlu\n1\\ Armed Forces rinw Senlce.! Republication of other representative from Washington these famous'aircraft aboard ship.
matter except by service publication, Is prohibited without permission; .of NAS I Friday from a short trip to Grumman's -
Tdltor.: : JAX AIR NEWS. to present a talk to person- During the last week at the Bethpage, L. I., N. Y plant
Editorial offices located Main Administration Building. Phone extensions the hour. I
nel during noon
1346 210 and 816,'. ... "Pearl of the Antilles" the Fighting II where he participated in (the
r ros Cavaliers given their mock-up of the
were F9F-9P, "Ti I tf': I .
annual operational readiness Inspection lie returned just in time to attrnn

as were the other two the :year's first All Hands P:: '

squadrons aboard from CAG-4. II From all reports the alf;<,i n'

Living up to their reputation once Pythian Center on the South! ,id<

again, the Cavaliers came out on was a great success. The fntc
top with a grade of 93. tainment
Sunday, Mass-0800, 0900 1000- was really good. HIP
Commanding officer Lcdr. Jud- beer and food were plentiful
St. Edward's Chapel
son C. Davis, attributes the splendid All in all, everyone way more
Saturday-0800. showing on this inspection to than satisfied.

Daily0630. the hard work put in daily by Last
I weeK saw the mil of
Sunday. -0630-rMass at Hospital all of the squadron's personnel.VF172 bowling and basketball for (the
r o kc
MORMON ; t : squadron teams. Two final cage

J930-Monday-NATTC Chap- I I contests saw the Hospital beaten{

)lain's Office.CHRISTIAN-. : The "Blue Bolts" returned 59-52 with Whitey Beasley topping -

SCIENCE1900TuesdayMainside Jax on Feb. 24 upon completionof I' the scoring with 18 points

Chapel a very successful qualificationcruise and Operations going down to

Office on ramp. aboard the USS Coral Sea defeat, 79-56 with Don Bloebaum

PROTESTANTW30A11 (CVA-43)). netting 34.

Saints' Chapel. I VF-172 engaged in day and The bowler's last outing Sot

1100-All Saints' ChapeL night carrier qualification opera the season brought a 4-0 win over

-; .IAJ-.YY.K+TMW..N,i.i06YC'4G'..wWiw..nv.:3': _OtN..WadswaV..INY.Y..JfiYMW.v4110.Y1.SEAIIIEE ; ..- tions and while night qualifying Fasron 109. George. W. Oakes
1000-Naval Hospital Chapel. the squadron' commanding officer ADI, rolled a mighty 587 series
(Note: Addresses of local J BIRTHDAY PARTY-Mr*. John N. Myers, wile of
.churches may be obtained by Comdr. Myers, executive officer of the Naval Air Station, cuts the Comdr. Glenn Estes Jr. has to pace the winners.
birthday take at the dinner celebrating the 13th anniversary of the honor of making the 68,000th Reporting aboard were: WilliamE.
ailing the Chaplain's Office, 425. the Seabees, held last Saturday at the Officers Club. Ready to landing aboard the Coral Sea. Miller AD3 from Patuxent
accept the first slice is Capt. Ira N. Curtis, NAS Public Works
I River' Vincent ) AE1
officer Officers and men welcomed ; Cipolla, ,
All Saints Chapel aboard Frank Bull ADC who is'' from Cecil Field, and Jerome W.

Schedule Of Activities 110N I now the new leading chief for Dorough, AEAN, who checked In

Thursday, March 10 IIdPi the squadron.The from NATTCenter.
1530 Junior and Intermediate r -t squadron also welcomesthe
Choir Rehearsal, ages 14.. HERE ARE XNStUCRC TO THff return of Ensign Jim Schell
1900 All Saints' Choir Re- auesrioHS SERVICEMAN AND'RIEIR. I who has been attending the Naval The Blackbirds of VA-45 tie
mM .PAMIUES/ ASK THE VETERANS busily getting settled once
i. again
...raal. $ r = School of Justice at Newport R.I
..DMMSTRATlC[ EVERY PAY.. CJ I in their original spaces of Hangar
Saturday, March 12 I, for two months.Congratulations .
1900 The United Fellowship Q-I entered the Armed Forces I I. 1"1 114 after returning from an eight

.f Protestants meet at the Chapel before the end of January, 1955. for post-Korea veterans Ltjg) Elwood are In order for weeks "shakedown" cruise aboard
A-Ye*. A.t. result ef the I I Bond Ltjg( ) Fran- the USS
Intrepid CVArll).
to/ ge to Opportunity House; to Will I be entitled to GI loan klin
Ltjg( )
proclamation, Jaa. 31, IMS ... Robert Coughlin be
when I get out-even though Korean Many sea stories seem to
paint. Sunday, March IS 'veterans' benefit e-nUJfome.nl.e. been set as the end of the .1' Lt.jg( ) Gary Hamel, and Lt.jg( ) permeating :from the Hangar ai
Wheat who
.0800 Holy Communion, Episcopal ended Jan. SI, 1955? program for eligible poetKorea the rank of Lieutenant were promotedto the squadron personnel renew the
never to be forgotten experiences!
Chaplain Nickelson. AYes provided ;you receivea grade) this week.
School 4 Q-I have been receiving monthly ,I which they enjoyed during their
0930 Sunday ages Reparation under othtr-than- e
income benefits paid on accountof eight weeks in the Carribean.
through Jr. High; Protestant Service dltthonoroble conditions and VP.lfiAfter
of Divine Worship, Chaplain spend at least 90 days on active the total disability income provision While on the cruise, the squadron -
of WWII GI an "estimated time of
my Insurancepolicy.
Stephenson. duty, unless ;you are discharged arrival" transferred to separation Andrew
plus one month
Do these Mildred
1215 Sacrament of Baptism. sooner for a IIn -of.dnty disa payments reduce Louise Johnston, AD3; Walter
the face value of my policy? Boehm grossing 7 lbs. 6 Gaida Meek
A03 and Thomas
1900 The United FellowshipOf bility.Q ,
oz., landed at the home
A-No. The disability pay of H. W.
Protestants Building 804. Does the President's
Boehm ATC. The whole
you are receiving do not squadron
Monday, March 14 Korean The squadron was saddened ty
ending GI benefit reduce the extends its hearty
face value congratulations.
1600-1900 Members of the of your the tragic death of Leon R. Tut-
entitlements on Jan. 31, have Lt.
(jg) William
policy because! have been Haigler
UFP meet at the Chapel to write any bearing on when a Korea veteran you turned from re- tie, AM3, who was fatally injured
paying an extra premium for weeks of Aerial
and prepare the "Chapel Mouse". has to start trainingunder Mine when he fell oft a tractor which)
disability protection."I'm in
1900 NAS Glee Club Rehearsal the Korean .GI Bill? t Va. Yorktown he was riding and the rear wheels}

New Singers needed. A-Under the law a veteran going to make a;>deal with Maintenance completed ran over his chest. The accident
Tuesday, March 15 still must begin Korean 01 DUI laundry. I'll seven occured at NAS McCalla] yield
my send back all major aircraft checks this weekon
1930 Informal Bible Study training within three years following their pins if they return all my P2V-5 patrol bombers. where Tuttle was temporarily eta'

Building 804.Wednesday. his separation from the buttons." are as hard pressed They tioned.

March 16 Armed Forces. The President's C I A tentative all hands as beer always. Although much hard WOl k was

1930 Mid-week Lenten Service proclamation did not change A wife is a woman who sticks' has been planned muster accomplished throughout the

: "On The Way To Easter that provision. with her husband through all the afternoon of March 29. for the cruise the Intrepid payed a week

The Jewish Trial" Chaplain Nic- Q-Has the President's proda- trouble he wouldn't have if he news later. More definite end visit te'-Port-au-Prince, the

kelson. mation set a deadline on'GI loans hadn't married her. I VP-16 officers capital of Haiti, where liberty

.----- cocktail will attend a was enjoyed by all hands. AIco,
party tomorrow (Friday) those lucky enough to obtain

I I Consultation On Education Made Available Here I at til the 2200.Officers Club from 1900 rides, were afforded the chance

I to visit Kingston, Jamaica, Santiago '

Interested In accounting, law, !flee Building 955 Mr. R. B. stitution has aided many in VF-101 de Cuba and San Juan Pue"'

salesmanship? Got some spare Sewell, a representative of La procuring degrees' In various Complete bags of tricks have to Rico during the time in C una.

time that you would like to Salle Extension University, la fields. been issued to After getting squared a w -

(turn into an investment in education available for educational con- "Hell's Archers"ho seven fledgling this week the Blackbirds will w

during your Navy career sultation. Upon enrollment with La. reported aboard recently gin preparing for their annu.i
> ? Offering such subjects as Salle books and other mateii- ing command. the train dive bombing competition vllf| ,,

This opportunity 1* at ,your tenotyping, CPA training production als necessary for completion of These new is scheduled to be held the tm '
fingertips. Every Thursday bookkeeping business a course are sent to the enrollee (jg) T. J. are: Lt. of April.
from 3300 to 3500 at the Information management and foremanship,, and follow him whetheron Kocak; Lt (jg) D. T! e .
Rodgers!, and
and Education Of- : the school a correspondence in- land or pea station. Ensigns D. N. Clod- .
felterJT Z Haggard }1. W. Hen- SOSt


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10 March 1955 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three \

6ND Civil Service -Two( -Dollar Bills Going: Away ,I

Openings civil service ListedSeveral openingsare I It fays To Catch Tile Mystery Safely ManThere's :j

listed within the Sixth Naval a nice, neat pile of Safety Man. In fact there are of tools and equipment, plus the person who catches the unsafe (

District. crisp two dollars bills at.the several, and their indentities many many others. act will receive a two- :

Critical personnel needs existat Industrial Safety office, just are secret wa 1 dollar bill. f

Naval Ordnance Plant, Macon, waiting to be given away. e When an employee finds another Since it would be giving the

Ga. for supervisory tool engineer, All you have to do to'claim Persons chosen as mystery employee engaged i n secret away, the employee will

GS-12; at Inspector Naval, Mate- one of these two-dollar bills safety men (or women) from such unsafe actions, he or she not be paid on the spot for -

rial, Atlanta, Ga. for mechanical is to catch one unsafe act per time 'to time will commit Unsafe should counsel him to correct his safety alertness. It may be

inspector, GS-8 and electronic in- formed by the Mystery Safety acts or practices.. These the condition. The man or woman several days later, when he

spector, GS-5; at Marine Station Man. unsafe acts may include such who created the condition receives the money, from In-

Cherry Pt., N. C., Shorthand Re- As an advanced tip to thosein things as jaywalking, smokingin could be the Mystery Safety dustrial Safety Office, that he

porter, GS-6, and at Naval Supply the market for legal tender restricted areas, inattentiveness Man. If the violator turns out knows he has been successful

Depot, Bayonne, N. J., supervisory there is more than one Mystery on. the job, incorrect use to be the Mystery Safety Man, in spotting the violator,

survey statistician, GS-12; super .

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visory supply operations, GS-12: -

Weekend Warriors. .. > Hope To Boost 'iL e

Await Annual CruiseThe Re-Ups With w 1

annual training cruises: for :r -- -
5,900 Weekend Warriors from 30 :
Marine Reserve Aviation fighter 4Pl.. ProgramAlthough akit' SALTY HUMOR FROM

squadrons and 12 air control HERE AND THERE
the Navy's low re-up -
squadrons will be held at Marine
rate has not yet become "seriouslycritical"
Corps Air Stations at Cherry Pt., Croons: "Do you know what a
Navy officials _
N C and El Toro, Calif. vacuum is?"
ing a legislative to im-
program Bride: "It must be
Training at Cherry Point will pretty dirty
be conducted July 16-30 and at prove career stuff, with all the cleaners they
Assistant Secre-
According to
El Toro, Aug.- 13-17. have for It."
VMF-144 of Jacksonville will tary of the Navy Albert Pratt, 1
the program will be pegged on
train at Cherry Point, She: "Operai are so sad. The
four factors: housing; pay increases -
t x Pi lovers all die in the end. Theydon't
; increased dependent's medicalcare
even have a chance to
S.Dal O la,lJlicil igan ; and other items including married" get
"balanced duty" for all personnel.
o He"That's: the beauty of it.
Propose K-Bbnus Attempts are being made, he They die before they find out
said, to cut sea-shore rotation "
South Dakota and Michigan what real suffering is.
schedules in some ratings. Affect- ,,
]have proposed bills for bonusesto ing personnel problems is the high --- .
Korea veterans. HONOR STUDENTS FROM SAME TOWN-Two honor students -
increase in the per cent of petty at NATTCtnter, both from Phoenix, Arizona, are congratulated "Do know that
South Dakota you they don't
proposes to pay officers who are married, and the by Capt. Henry D. DeLongr, commanding officer of the I
50 cents for each day of stateside drop in the average marriage age Training Center. Shaking hands Is Richard Leichty, AKAN, last hang men with wooden l*.gn In
week's honor student at Aviation School Class A, Chlnt! ?"
service to a $500 maximum and in the officer from 26 to 22. Storekeeper
65 cents for each day overseas, group and at right is Don Wells, AOAN, Aviation Ordnanceman School "Zat so? Why?"
The dependent's medical
Class A, honor student.
"They use!! ."
$650 maximum
or roblem, Pratt said, is being approached -
Michigan proposes to pay $10 from several angles. -

for each month of U. S. duty and Among them is the series of re- 70,000 Delend aHeading A' boy and his mother aUxxl

$15 a month for overseas service, cently-instituted surveys to deter- looking at a dentist's showcase.

to a $500 maximum. The Michi- mine availability of civilian doctors I have false
"ft teeth when I
bonus also provides $500 Overseas Within Six Months
gan pay-
to supplement outpatientcare up, I'd take that pair," said the
ments to survivors. at Naval hospitals. Housing
More than 70,000 dependentsare boy pointing.
will be sought where off-station expected to join servicemen of six! months since some now "Hash, James," interposed.
accommodations are now limitednot abroad will be returning to the mother.
"Haven't I told it'sbad
overseas during I the next six you
) DATA available.The U. 8.Here. manners to pick teethin
l IRE 1 1Do months, the Defense Departmenthas your
JFROM 96-hour leave situation is disclosed. is a breakdown of 305,139 public?"

being studied. The erection of dependents overseas at 1 latest *
you want to do a better guideposts by top-level officialson The services said the availability count: Army, 145,754; Navy, :)38- A river boat man fell off his

Job as a sailor? Do you want to which command-level decisions of suitable housing on foreign 919; Air Force, 117,235; Marine bilge, drowned, and left his wid

prepare yourself for a particularjob can be made, is favored. shores, the principal bottleneck Corps 3,231. ow 110.000 In his will. "Just .
when return to civilian to the travel of dependents, More doing Oversea "
you imagine, said a friend, "he left
life? Do you want to continue AE Schoolllonors has been gradually improving The DOD said listing by country all that money and he never

your education while in military 105,1 S9 Overseas was classified, but disclosed learned to lead or write!"

service Do you want to satisfy Taken By King: The DOD also revealed that that 195,176 were in the Atlanticarea "Yes," said the widow I "or"

your personal interest in some Honor student in last week's i 305,139 dependents now are over- including EiU'ope, and 109- swim."

subject graduating class from Aviation seas, according to latest figures. 963 in the Pacific, Including Ja .

If your answer to any of these Electrician's Mate School Class These figures previously were pan.Pointing "I have dog that growl," said

questions is "Yes", then you will A was Joe King, AEAN. I classified Armed Forces person- up the fact that grow- the spinster t "a parrot that

want to come up to the Education King is from Zebulon, Ga., .nel currently serving abroad number Ing numbers of military depend- swears, a fireplace that smokes, ,
ents are going overseas I is a comparison -
Center and go through the USAFI where he attended Zebulon High 1,370,000.The and a cat that stays Out all night.
with the last previously
catalogue. School. He is a graduate of Geor- net increase I I. the number Why should I want a husband T:*
available figure i which showed
YOU WILL FIND that a whole gia Junior College and Universityof of dependent overseas will .
215,000 dependents overseas as of
parade of educational opportunities Georgia. be less than 70,000 by the eod Did you see the TV westernwhere
Dec. 31, 195S. At that time the
marches before your eyes the hero had to stop chase
total number of military personnel -
opportunities that are in many CROSSWORD PUZZLE abroad was more than 1, OO- In? the villain after one block r
ways greater than those availableto He'd reached the end of the chord
ACA044a I I t f' 1 r.. ,,0 u 000. (AFPS) -
you as a civilian. You can take on his electric guitar
__ _:
1-I.ooaU. .
courses in business, scientific, -Paddl. 0 1\ ,t ,.. .
I- a ratlsAnblan J Jliar
technical, mechanical, industrial, eJ 'I. 11 "Th train ought to be here any

and liberal arts fields anything lt-Marah..port hJ.- MOVIESThursday minute I now," drawled the oldcountry .

from accounting and aviation to 14-.Toward hclter d Ole.I4It ;1.. : o.,. 'l//h : : V./f11 t I March 19 station master "I Just;

triginometry and welding. -Nobleman sighted the conductor's
11. th dog com
Ptrtalnlnf to Mainslde-Revenge of the Crea-
THIS CATALOGUE tells you ing around the bend."
rn.a of !.!( *.
ture Lori
John Nelson
; n 'l.11' lj11 1')0 !roNot. : Agar, *
how you can use your spare timeto II-Man'..* Mm 7./- *

increase your value to the mili- /11-Dlitr... .1..1 n H w )it NATTC-Man Without a Star.: 'To think I had to marry you t.

tary service and to satisfy your It-arc. .f 0 :;I'/ Kirk Douglas, Jeanne Crain. find how stupid you are."

own educational needs. You can, it-Contain.*. IW. tl Hospital Gun Fury; Rock "You should 1 have seen that
IT-S or l *%
for example, begin or continue a II-Weird ,. '\ ._ 'f Hudson: Donna Reed: when I proponed.
high school or college education. 15-.Makultabl'. Friday, March' 11 .

You will find out pow little it 14-(against ua ran ** -uIU.. 1"'-r "r'T"/./ OIU ;'lOf'/ 11 4. I"f' Mainaide Run for Cover : After getting no answer aj td

costs to take advantage of these af-Peitalnlftf Htb .. SO t. fl James Cagney, John Derek. the identification of St. Matthew

opportunities.The -Ruin* pwtMM ? COh"'J| st, W NATTC-Revenge of the Crea and St. Mark, the Sunday School
IT-Sodium ture: John Agar, Lori Nelson
chances for educational ehlorid teacher said, "Surely someone

growth while in service are almost 3L-COIOAw 41-(Jolt MOUIM. 79 I : : : tf : Hospital-Man Without a Start must remember who Peter was?**

endless. The USAFI catalogue 4600IDPUattot.'I --.. Kirk Douglas, Jeanne Crain. ,A tiny voice spoke up, "I fink

contains information 'on the 41-Pour* ...... lIP ..".. p4..... J... ptrtlrUM Saturday, March IBMainslde he was a wabbit."
many educational materials and 41-Iatrud.r DOWN II-TAX k l.nerlil -C>'llndrlcal' -Murder Is My Beat; I *
services available to you through p&rI...... |-.-Tr"niactlon( It-Tnkt I backeotrl'a formIIHold /-Lawful rams Barbara Payton Paul Langton. "I suppose you've been In the
pu.*. =Sacred' Image fl-Harvest 41-Former NATTC Run For CortOr : accustomedto
USAFI. t : Navy so long you're <
It ContuM 4l' F nl.ned.
Take a couple of minutes of Preposition- I-LuI'rlcst e- ." Affirmative. 4t-icltln. \ol nnOoddtM James Cagney, John Derek. sea legs?"

your\ time and drop by the Edu- S- Orat. rouffeV .:'Ardently: 24-Fu.25-Htadlftar. - II-Collcl\lo f ProportiontwThkk 21-Euroi> in. 4C-I,inert eca : John Agar, Lort NeJooa.
cation Center Building 955, Main- : black '. looking.
30- lan nam tT-Piumllk. '"".. .
II-Act.' belay ubitanr 2I.-I.emprey 4'-Hlch e e "
side, to find out about all these -- ta-n'ord of.orroWu.goft food mountain
opportunities or call extension a.a-ltornaD grant 3C-EItrU\e4\ 64-Communl'"1 SOS Movie: T &t'. television wtttt. 0V

8556. i (Puzzle Answer on Page 8)) out a bar..


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i I( Back From Turkey Tour OFF/c Es

M Turks Willing To Learn, But Lack Equipment I

1) In the way of fire prevention, led by an interpreter who has I I
NAS Fire. Chief Donald Moran since been appointed the new b I
). learned during a stay of three Turkish Fire Marshal. The large 0 \1'' ,'
months in Turkey, that what the metropolises of Ankara-where K

Turks need Is "practically everything he was guest of the American y ?
I t from fire trucks to Military Mission-and Istanbul, '
hose, pumps, ladders, chemical he said, are highly westernized.But .k ;
foam, protective clothing, sprin- in the interior he saw .
kler systems and fire detection thatched huts, people in native

equipment. costume, and tasted native a MtY''
Moran, who left here in November fruits and foods. 'They always
to make a survey of understood sheesh- kabob and
Turkish fire-fighting programs, ham and eggs,"- he said. But (
was selected for the Job, which without the interpreter his menus o b.a )
had been requested by the would have been either .monotonous
Turkish government, on recommendation or strange beyond __ 4
to the Navy Depart words _
Jn nt. PISTACHIO NUTS and almonds : i
IN THE TIME he was there could be bought like pop- _
( Jie trained Turkish fire fighters corn. And the Turkish sweets
inodern techniques and in the and pastries, he said, are real
use of American equipment, supplied works of art. Among the gifts
through the Foreign Aid he brought home to his family _-I
Program, which is replacing obsolete were Turkish slippers, figs ;
equipment they now have. "about as large as tangerines", a
lie also drew up a report recommending trick rings, brass bowls, and- SOUVENIR-A' 14-Inch meerschaum pipe, adorned with
ways and means of strictly for himself, several head of an ancient 'Turkish god, reminds NAS fire chief Don
the meerschaum pipes all of' 14 ran that his three-months stay in Turkey on a fire '
completely modernizing one .
survey war*no pipe dream. The pipe smokes good American
Turkish fire prevention system. inches long I bacco too, which he prefers to the Turkish varieties.

Not only do the Turks lack n'___'_.'_ .... .. 'U.n_'_" .:.,:::.Y..'":....,. .,:. .'..... .......'.,."......".n:.avn....v.._... .__..
Modem, equipment, Moran said, ..
but "for the most part they -
have: little idea of fire prevention
methods. I've seen them
build fires for cooking or washIng -
clothes right on the wood
deck of a ship!I" r.

fie eager to learn and quick to : 'yv 1 t d. h

adopt new method and ideas. _
Moran was particularly gratified
when, after explaining the great ; ;
value of American fire-fighting a ;
I schools, he learned before leavIng
Turkey that plans already
were being laid for such schools.,; ;
The government there operates ;
all fire-prevention sj'stems. .S'k.
Moran made several field
k. ,
trips Into rural areas, accompan-
''Murder'-Friday At

City usa ClubThe ,0)I
LEARN HOW-Turkish naval personnel learn uses of an American '' -
Little Theatre Group from minute triple combination fire engine and other ire fighting; equipment supplied under the
i Jacksonville Beach will stage the aid program, at Golcuk Naval Base, Turkey The picture was snapped by fire chief Moran
Arran- spent several weeks at-the base during his survey in Turkey.
play "Murder Has Been

ged"Friday at, March Jacksonville's 11 at 2000.USO Club Report Shows Pay At Jax 0 & R Above

This is of the play's
one many
put on by Jax Beach dramatic Some, Compares Well With Others
group: for service personnel and

their dependents. All service personnel The average hourly pay to 3.5 per 100 in the U. S. manu- period. On releasing these
; will be admitted free of rate for civilian workers in facturing industry. Cooperative ures, Capt. Hines pointed out
charge The USO is located at 37 the NAS Jax Overhaul and employee effort and increasedcost the latest Bureau of Labor
West Monroe Street. Repair department exceedsthe consciousness, Capt. Hines tics data indicates that from

national average in man- said, also brought about increased uary through September
NAVYEXCHANGE ufacturing industries, and overall productivity and sub- time accident frequency rates
compares well with that of stantial reductions in the number aircraft manufacturing were ;
aircraft manufacturing, it has of direct man hours requiredto aircraft parts manufacturing ;
been revealed in an analytical overhaul each aircraft. and as the average for all

report just released, by Capt. Safety Record High I ufacturing in this country .
John S. Thach, commandingofficer. Capt Hines further revealed Percentages are based on
that the 1954 safety record for the million man-hours worked.Mo' .
Rates increased in the shows lost-time
The Country Store has opened were Department a
with Department during 1954 from accident frequency rate of 1,6 Big Mothballed
toy department a good selection -
of small toys in addition $1.92 to $2.09, and by the end of and a severity rate of 03. The The battleship Missouri 1
the for overall accident been in mothballs. The "
to bicycles, tricycles, and wagons. year averaged $2.04 pro- frequency put
Shop the Country Store for picric duction and non-supervisory em- for the Station was 1.0.and. the Mo" was decommissioned at
supplies) grills, picnic kits, ployees. The national manufacturing severity rate ,05 for the same merton, Wash.

charcoal: coolers, jugs', and canned average was $1.83 per hour' ,
and $2.12 in aircraft manufactur- '
keA Sailor lias Role In Little
11 popular items for the lawn ing. Tdp
'ml garden work are also available Productivity High
in the Country Store, Including The average hourly rate in Production 'Of Chase's 'Bern

seed, spades, plants, shovels, Georgia for December was $1.30,
fertilizer, rakes, weed-killers, fertilizer and in Florida $1.37, in manufacturing The leading role in the Jack- in San :Marco Square in JadeBonville.

spreaders, lawn carts, hoes, I industries. sonville Little Theatre's forthcoming .
fardcn hose, and sprinklers Resulting from the favorable production "Bernard- Wellsford, or "Wormy" as hIs
pay rates at 0 & R., Capt. Wel- Ine" falls to an enlisted man called in the play, takes
Metal Men To Hear lington T. Hines Overhaul and stationed at the Naval Air Sta. part of a mixed-up

Ohio Industrialist"New I' Repair, Officer, reported a reduc- tion.Cast during his flight from adolescence
tion in turnover in personnel for in the top role is James to maturity. During
Developments in Scientific -
the year to 1.0 per 100, compared Wellsford, SN, of the Naval school he played in "
Instrumentation for the Ana-
Air Station's Personnel Divi- and various one-act shows.
lysis of Metals and Alloys" will trance gate, 3000 Warrington Ave.,
has also
appeared in an amateur
be the title of the main address one block off McDuff. sion.The
play, by Mary Chase, production of "Meet Me
*t the March 14 meeting of the Howard Bedell, president of the
l author of such Broadway hits St. Louis".
of Metals. National Spectrographic Laboratories
American Society
as "Harvey" and ""Mrs. Mc- "Bernardine" offers Wellsford
The society meets on Monday Cleveland; Ohio, will de- .Thlng",4 will run ,from, March : his first theatre stint during
March 14 1930 in Seaboard liver' the talk
at the on developments. theatre
9 to 19 at the located : his naval career.
Air Line conference room, en- and analysis of metals.

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10 March 195 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

, Navy StrengthIs -Variety- Show I

! Now 699,319 I
Set March 16A
! Jogged.by cancellation of the t

: GI Bill on Jan. 31, recruitmentsand v Spring Variety Show, featuring F .
from hill billiesto
reenlistments in the Navy
hula dancing will be given

jumped by 13,000 in January + Wednesday, March 16, at 2000 in Men living in the Wave Barracks (i

alone. a King Hall. ? Don't get excited! Don't \

The boost is, not expected, : Jacksonville stars of radio and get alarmed! These men are living \j

however, to disturb the Navy's television will take part in the in ex-Waxes barracks 722. Spe-
goal to get down to required iN'' M b 11-act presentation, sponsored: by cial Services didn't have enoughroom

NATTCenter Special Services. to accomodate all the bas-
strength by June 30. On Jan. yy' ;
Acts include the Sunnyland ketball players here for the Sixth
31 Navy strength was 699,319, quartet of girl singers; Jeannie Naval District tournament, so the

whereas on Dec. 31 it was GlIa,- "ite81: Solomon, modern dancer; Betty former Wave barracks has been

633.The a Trammell, songstress: ; Ginger reopened for the visiting teams

Marine Corps gained : r *' Cogburn who does the hula; use.The
1,980 new recruits in Jan., aod ,, iSis Joanne Newsome, tap dancer; sun breaks forth and
fun I
reenlisted 708. It was the only YZ Butch Newsom, singer; Darbara I. Waves and Woman Marines come
service: to show a decline dur- I Pound, modern dancer; Sheila out. The pre-summer last

ing the month. Total Marine Arout, pantomime; Sandy Poynter weekend served as an excellent
Corps strength is now down comedy, Jimmie Stricklandand opportunity for service women to
better than 3,000 over Dec. iftal ---- his Dixie Rhythmaires with unpack their summer togs from
MARINE TWINs-Gale left and Dale Trimble Marine
t listed at 217,366. ( ) pri- Delores and Dub Pickerson t>f the winter mothballs and bathein
first class, of Sparta, Mich., are studying together in Aviation
figures represent fulltime Electrician's Mate School Class A at the Naval Air Technical Capitol Records. the Florida sunshine. .
personnel, including Reservistson Training Center. Under the guidance of Clinton Attebery, AEC, Admission is free and all ser- .
continuous active duty, plus assistant phase supervisor, they learn the mechanics of aircraft vice personnel and dependentsand Schenley Comes Home: At
Ignition. The twins are graduates of Airman Preparatory School
Annapolis midshipmen. here. -. guests are invited. least that's the way_ it appeared
when CMAA Bertha MacKinnon

received a call from Ordnanceand

I 'Mad Foxes' Bring Back Tales Of Icy Cruise I ILc Waves'Gunnery former mascot telling has that wan-the

dered onto 0 & G's grounds.

r. Mynil "Micky" Howard, received a Well Done from Rear Ings in one month. V1-5 pilots set downs at Paris, Copenhagenand Could Schenley have traveled
. VP-5 pilot of a P2V-5/ Neptune pa- Adm. Delbert Cornwell, ComCar- shared in breaking the old rec- London. Eight other crews all the way from Georgia to visit
Div. 4. ord. During the deployment the flew Mediterranean familiarization his ol1 shipmates? The opinions
trol bomber, circled for the last varied
Despite foul weather, VP-5 squadron tallied 468 GCA landingsof circuits with visits to Pt. Lyautcy, and when it was discovered
time before making a Ground Con- that the
maintained! 100% aircraft utiliza- its own. Naples, Rome and Gibraltar. cocker-spaniel pup
trol Approach (GCA) landing in tion the entire deployment even in For its part in the deployment, answered to the name "Shen" the
the heavy fog at Argentia, New January when the airfield was Comdr. William Matton, Vl'-5 OTHER SQUADKON efforts problem became even more baff.
Foundland. His every sense was smothered! with dense fog for 19 skipper, paid tribute to the sqUAd- were directed in helping search ling. After an hour of observationit
concentration on the set down- straight days. The 12 :P2V-5 aircraft ron's training department "Six for two crashed Constellation airliners was announced that this poor
on an air strip he couldn't see. flew more than 720 hours I of our people earned their patrol Last November when a innocent imposter was not the
Suddenly he heard an excited (,lCh.month. in attaining this 100% plan commander certificates and! Constellation with 42 persons Waves' Schenley. .
voice coming over the GCA frequency figure four others became patrol plane aboard went down between :Patux- If you sec Chief Mac today and

"This is the tower, second; pilots. All our pilots went ent River, Md, and the Azores, ask her about the mistaken identity
this is the tower. :Mr. Howard, IN TACT, JlECAU.sE: of Ar- through intensive training which VP-5 patrol bombers combed an she'll answer very positively
you are the father of a baby girl." gcntia's fog, the Navy's operational included many instrument, hops.; area of 72,000 square miles. Dur- "No, it wasn't Schenley. At leastI
L<'dr. Howard smiled, then eased GCA record *was broken Two P2V-5 crews completed European ing the search the squadron logged don't think so. Traveling all

his throttle and set the plane downon with 201 actual l instrument land- familiarization tours with 60 or more flying; hours each day the way from Georgia, a pup
the runway. for several days: The lost plane couldn't come all that way, -.
When Lcdr. Howard was flyingin never was found.In could he?"

the "soup", one of VP-5's three Need Eligibility CertificatesTo January when the second It's anybody's guess: .
radio "hams" contacted Jackson- Constellation crashed off the

ville. He discovered that :Mrs. coast of New Foundland, VP-5 pilots Know your shipmates; Virginia

Howard had delivered a baby, and Obtain GI Home LoansThis were among the first to reach Ronson, tclcman 3rd class:; has
he called the Argentia NAS tower, I I the scene. The squadron assisted had a good background for her
asking them if they'd relay the : surface ships and Coat Guard Navy billet. In civilian life Ginnywas
message to Lcdr. Howard. ( is the last of two articles on provisions-applying to servicemen craft in spotting! and! recovering a long distance telephone
in the new National Housing Act.) the debris. supervisor. Attached to Commu-

TilE "MAD FOXES" OF VP-5; The first thing a serviceman must do to get a government in- Three radio enthusiasts kept the nications she is continuing her
returned to Jacksonville last week sured loan under the new National Housing Act is to obtain a squadron's men in contact with same work, but for the U. S.
bringing back stories of hunting Certificate of Eligibility. Your commanding officer can help in this. their families back In Jackson Navy. .
a strayed island, locating "ene- .
Once obtained, take the original ville.
death discharge or terminationof
my flotillas"I and talking nearly and two copies of the certificate Waves Shorts: Rehearsal for
2,000 miles by "ham" radio. jour ownership of the prop- LC'DIC: C'I1TDK; GANTT, Jit., both Cast and Glee Club in the
When th\e\ U. S. Air Force lost to a lending agency approved by city. Electronics officer, operated! a I Waves Show will be held Satur-

Its floating island, a P2V-5 flown the Federal Housing Administration niA REGULATIONS providethat transmitter from his room in day morning at 0900 in the 804

by Lt. Carl Seiberlich tracked it -a mutual savings bank, insurance the loan may be repaid in BOQ. Joseph Guthrie, ALC, and Club, located across from the Of-

down. The Air Force had builtan company, etc.-and apply whole or part prior to the expiration William Gillespie, ALC, worked ficer's quarters, Bldg. 800. It is

airstrip and weather stationon for a housing loan. of the mortgage. Any two rigs in their spare time, main- important that all be there.
a floating island, composed of finance charges which accrue asa I taining a schedule with amateur Singers arc still the most wanted -
perma-frost. One day this mas- TilE INSTITUTION making the result of paying off a mortgage station W4NEK at NAS Jax. Us- personnel on the base The
sive ice cube strayed and wan- loan takes over from there. It early will be paid for you by.the ing A phone patch hookup, the Mixed Choral Group and the
Certificate of Eligi-
submits the
dered many miles away into the government, if you arc still in 'horns"' enabled VP-5 personnel to Catholic Choir are still in need
Arctic. Lt. Seiberlich and bility, as well as application the service.
crew talk with their families. of female voices. How's about
12 chased the island and rechcrtedit papers and the proper FHA fee One other thing. A housing loon Comdr. Leonard! Culjat, Lcdr. giving them an hour of your
lo the FHA. If plan is to
for the Air Force. your obtained while on active duty Myrul Howard, and! Lt. Rip Riley time weekly and showing up for
buy a house in a development,
Throughout the winter, VP-5 pilots won't bar you from getting a GI talked to their wives within 24 practice.man .
the builder, on receiving the
flew Ice reconnaissance mis- loan after separation from sefv- hours after the arrival of family
Certificate of Eligibility from you, to be at his wife's
sions as far north as Alert in ice. Nor will a previous GI loan additions.In bedside ata
Baffin Bay, north of Thule, Green- will make the necessary auange- I Jacksonville hospital one hour
prevent you from receiving an another case, an exchange of
ments for the loan. after the birth of their
land. On these VP-5.car- first baby
flights, FHA backed loan if you arc now late developements made it possible -
Under the new law, the government A local supermarket
lied hydrographic experts from on active duty. (AFPS) for Lt. (jg) Joseph Schwcnd- grocery
Washington, D. C., who recordedthe will insure only a budget manager can tell about the time a
progress of ice flows type loan which provides for regular wife, shopping in a store, was
I monthly payments covering CUTE POSER-Lovely Jane paged to, accept a call from Ar

HECAUSE VF-5 flew northern principal, interest, taxes, and fire the Powell musical, currently"Athena appearing," noses! In gentla, N, }'. Another happy wife

Ice patrols and charted areas of insurance.IT'S prettily by a pool in Hollywood talked with her husband virtually
open water later into the winter POSSIBLE, under certain Calif. She's soaking In from under a dryer in a beauty
than ever before, arctic shipping circumstances, to get more than the sunshine before l starting! salon.
work on her new movie "Hit
one FHA insured loan. An additional .
operated longer into the season the Deck."
than in the past. one may be granted in.. ONE CONFUSING" circumstance
Primary Job for the "Mad Fox hardship cases attributable to developed when a Mis. Thompsonin
's" in Argentia was antisubmarine "military orders or situations of Jacksonville was connected! with
warfare. Last October when an emergency nature," providedno one of the- squadron's two Thompsons -
participating in Operation Lant- FHA premiums are being paid Ii N. v in Argentia. Mr. Thompsonin

flex off Canada, VP-5 tracked the for the serviceman by his branchof .r< y Argentia heard a complete re-
"enemy flotilla". Steaming north service. N S : port of the goings on at home, Including -
from Maine the enemy's fleet split The FHA is entitled to a one- S. 55 news of his little boy's
when it came to New Foundland, half percent annual insurance broken arm. It was a full week
half going around each end. VP-5 I premium on a loan granted un- : later after letters had been ex-
spotted the enemy and vectoredthe der the new law but this is paid changed between the two Thompson -

"friendly fleet" into score nu- by the Defense or Treasury De- families, that' Mr. Thompson
merous "Jcills". For the part it partment- depending on your discovered he had! talked with the
played In Lantflex, the !'qiindron branch of crvue until your + AF wrong: MM. Thompson.

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Green Cove TIME OUT


4 rbw With i Gordon Robbio
Hosts GNU + ar 1
i' It's been touch-and-go at

the sports desk with the Sixth

Naval l District Basketball

Boxing i Meet Tourney here. this week and

the District Boxing Tournament

With a well-balanced, 13man coming up at Green Cove

team, coach Cliff Dauph-- Springs next week.

anis of Jax Navy has high c $ If you haven't witnessed a

hopes of taking the Sixth game in this week's hardwood
Naval District Boxing Tournament E 1 r. 'tourney yet, let us tell you not

opening Monday at to miss seeing at least one tilt

Green Cove Springs ,ka'k in this hotly-contested event

Dauphanis has his squad work I '6 tl, There's no telling at time of
Ing out in Price Natatorium daily jt-"j this writing, just who'll be in

and Jax Navy fistic fortunes are the final game tomorrow (or

shining brightly. Saturday) night From here,
Back in training are three tl G however, it should be Parrii

widely known scrappers light -. L t1JLI1: .M Island and Pensacola Navy.
heavyweight "Bull" Gilchrist, of' _
Final game is set for either tomorrow
Fasron 109; Roy Jefferson, heavy. :
or Saturday at 2000 in
weight from NAS Operations, and '
Mainside gym Exact day for the
Abe McIntosh, 156-pounder from \
VP-5 finish is indefinite because so

many things can happen in a
Baxley Entered I ,
> double elimination such
j tourney
Also, Dauphanis has heavyweight as this.
Ken Thomas of AE School,

smooth mittman and winner of CRACKERJAX CAGERS-Boasting one of the top women's service basketball teams on the *
this year's Jacksonville Golden East Coast, the Jax Navy Crackerjax, in their first year of competition as a team, have amassedan Just a snail sketch of the par-
Gloves title. impressive 26-6 record. Against strictly service competition the Waves own a 16-2 mark. Team ticipating coaches: "Buck" Weaver
members are, (left to right) Pat Ciulewicz, Juel Gunn, Anne Simmons, Gent Gorsky, Pat Gorsky,
Others entered from Jax Navy: Willa Edwards! Beverly Bistodeau, Norma Fleming, Pat Harvey, Betty Zeinie, Shirley DeLavergne, veteran civilian mentor at ,
Jim Parker, VA-105, 156; Johnny Jean Larsen, Diane Fitzpatrick and Janet Gaudette. The Crackerjax are entered in the Florida Pensacola; Paul Meyer, Key
Baxley, NAS Operations, 156; Sol State Women's championship tourney at Tampa March 1719. (See story on page 7), West; Jim Janis Charleston; Bill
Martinez, Fasron Six 147; Jimmy Broderick, Memphis.

Johnson, ANP( ), 139, and Billy TWO-BIT CLUBDick Also, Capt. Ira Norfolk of .

Cox, VP-18, 139.Opposed. Parris Island; Lou Florio and
GCS Powers, from FA} TU'a Carl Mitchell of the NATTCenter -

Also Marshall Mansfield, VA- cellar-dwelling quintet, took Marines and last, but not

J04, 132; Bob Carribeau, NAS scoring honors In the Two-Bit least, Frank McCaffrey of Jax

Operations, 132; Johnny Meek, Club as regular season cam- Navy.

VA-105, and Dick O'Leary Cecil paigning ended( in the NAS in- Helping out with the Pensa-

:Field, 118. tramural basketball league. cola club is Ivan Kaminski, 6-5,
Jax Navy opposed Green Cove POWERS HIT the mark 270-lb. football tackle. An all- ,

Springs in a dual match last week twice last week, getting 33 x : round athlete, Ivan also] plays

and all the Blue and Gold scrap- points and then hooping 26 the Softball and basketball.The .

pen showed up well.Rods next time out. He finished with NAS Lists gates of the Naval Air
e six entrances into the Club and Cage Loop Station have been opened to the

181 points. public for this Tournament.A .
Next came VF-172's Tom
andRfimrods final appeal: For exciting
Nofs with 177 points in five ,
times. lie was followed by Hal Runner Playoff no-cost sports entertainment
don't forget the Sixth Naval
Kuhn, VP-18 with 141 pointson
R, C. Copeland and L.,.F. Royal, District Basketball Tourney
five trips to the Club I
of 0 & R, and party, fished in ENTERING. THE charmed Regular season firing came, to an end in the NAS intramural Games today at 1200 and 2000(
basketball league as the last chapter was written and tomorrow at 2000. A 2000
Lake George at the Pine Island i circle last week, in addition to
: in a long 91-jrame slate. Saturday game is tentative.
last week and boated Powers, were: Nofa, 40 and 35
camp several VC-62, p.-172, Faaron 109 and five with 20 points. Jim Smith
Accolades to Jim Groover and
Bloebaum, VC-62 36
points; ;
and Joe Tends led the Beavers'
niCf bass Fasten Six are scheduled. to( tan- John Raiford at the official's
Pruett 32 St.
Operations, ;
with 17 and 16, respectively
gle in a four-way playoff for sec- J table, Billy Jack Davis Fliers
John, Hospital, 28 j- Drennan, I ,
Earl Fluck and Conrad Myers, VW-4, 28; Dunbar, Personnel, ond place. Two weeks ago VP-18 Later, Fasron 109 chilled VP- manager, and coach "Mac" for

of> 0 & R, caught 14 shad averag- 26; and Fox VA-175, 25. successfully defended the league 16, 7644. Fasron Six slipped by their work in this tourney.
ing about two-and-a-halt pounds crown. FAETU, 69-66.
Twenty players became mem- STANDINGS *
apiece while fishing in the Lemon bers of the Two-Bit Club this In final week activity, Rex Fox, Tflaaa W. T. ?('t. BACKBOARD
Bluff VP-18 .._............ 13 0 1 ouo BANTER -
area. season with 25 points, and Joe Weinhold, VC-62 ................ 11 2 .846 The Sixth Naval District Wrest-
T. p Meixell, of 0 & R, and a with 15, led VA-175 to a 67-64 up-' VF-172 .......u.... 10 3 .769
Fasron 109 ............ 10 3 .769 ling Tournament will be held
friend from Pennsylvania boated Powers FAETU 34, 34 33 29. 26 25Noft set win over\0-62. Fajron Six: ........... a 4 .692 March
VF-172 ..... 50.: 40: 35: 36: 26 VA-175 .........,..... 8 5 .615 21 at Charleston, S. C.
16 black bass and one striped Kuhn VP-18 ..... 33, 29. 27. 2rt 25 The Composite Squadron five Hoipltal ........n... 8 5 .615 Naval Base. '
bass Welaka. Fahy. Hospital ...... 32,27,27,26 VW-4 ........ 5 8 ..385Communications
near Bloebaum. VC-62 ......,. 36, 35, 25 came back though to stop Hos ..... 4 t .30ft Lucky Luttrell, a .257 hitting
Joe and Jeannette West, of 0 Drrnth >'& ron Six: .._.. 216, 25, 25 pital's bid for a playoff berth, Supply ....n...... 3 10 ,231Operations shortstop at Charlotte last
Drennan VW-4 ......... 28,26 3 10 .231 year
It R, landed eight real fine bass Rlnthart Commun. ............ 35: downing the Medics 6052. VP-18 ,..,::::::::::: 3 10 :.231 and ex-Jax Navy player, is backat
Pruett, Operation ............ 32 Personnel .......... 2 11 .154
weighing up to six pounds near Ewing, Fa ron Six .,........... 29 VF m closed with a rush, posting FAETU ..?. ...... .. .2 11 .154 the Washington training campat
Gateway Camp on Lake George. Tend., Faaron 109 ............. 28 a quartet of wins. The Fight- a Orlando.
Smith Fasron 109 ,......... ... 28
The couple says they used live St. John Hospital ............. :28Weinhold :ermen tripped hapless VP-15, 55-: I Sports DepartmentNeeds Whitey Beasley, at shortstop
VA-175: ..,..... 26 .
bait Bluemner, VP-18 .n.............., 26 I.32, then overwhelmed Personnel, ReportersThe for the Fliers last year, has tied
S Dunbar, Personnel ............. 26 5234. I up with the Brooklyn
Hall. Sup ly ................ 25' Dodger
Also fishing in Lake George, Draught FAETU! ............... 25Kerfoot I A 87-49 win over VW-4 came post of sports editor, plus organization and is now at their

W. L. Purcell, of 0 & R, and Fox, VA-175, Commun....,.,:::::::::::::,25 25 I next. Center Tom Note ripped other vacancies on the sports Vero Beach headquarters.
party caught three bass and a I : the cords for 35 points in this i staff are now open. Any person *

brim, using live bait. : :fray.Fasroa nel who feel they can handle the
O & R's Bob Wagoner caught I 100 had a close call, job, or willing to give it a. good Staff reporter Charlie Earl has

three shad and one bass in the NAWS Quintet defeating- Operation, 64-61. Dr- try, can phone extension 8346 or left with the Jax: Air News for duty
Lemon Bluff area the past weekend I rell Pruett sparked the losing 8164. USS First stop

Nears NATTC _. __ .u___ ____ Bennington.
John Turberville of 0 & R Passing; through the discharge
caught 30 sheephead and a single II fax Sixth In 6ND Keg EventHost I door this past month have
been John
: Charvat
red bass, with live shrimp, in Cage former
Naval Base defeat 31.
Key West I Memphis, Jax Air News sports editor,
the last Sat-
Waucasassee River
up a 79-39 score against successfully defended it's Sixth I I Pensacola Green Cove and Pete Ball, foggy-voiced

urday. Marine Aviation Detachment, the I Naval District Bowling Championship Springs and Cecil Field, how- Fasron 109 sports enthusiast.

Bill Catrette, of 0 & R, and Naval Air Weapons System last week at Key ever, all pinned 31 defeats on This week's issue of Sports

party caught 99 speckled trout, School quintet virtually clinchedthe West. host the Fliers. Illustrated quotes White Sox g.m. ,
The keglers raced
weighing up to two pounds. The NATTCenter basketball lea through the seven-team, week- JAX NAVY closed Out the Frank Lane with this solutionfor

exact location of the catch is, alecret gue title last week. long event posting 19 out ofa tourney with a 4-0 conquestof solving our problems with
but it's near Titusville. Ed Larsen Kit the hoop for 25 possible 24 points. cellar-dwelling Charleston Soviet Russia:

They used live shrimp and an points) to lead the Missiles. Dick NABT PENSACOLA missed Naval Base. "There's nothing to it," Lane

artificial lure called a Pistol Ball Van Campen carried the load for tieing for the championship bya Team members of the Jax has informed a friend. "All you
the losers with 16 points. have
to do is sit Molotov down ,
single game.J Navy squad are: Jim Hinkle,
Best times for fishing this Competition in the NATTCenter a x Navy finished sixth. FAW-11; Guy Carroll, VA-175; between Casey Stengel and t'

weekend are as follows: circuit is slated to end this week. Only two full games separatedthe Fred Daly, ANPj( ): 'Tiny" Branch Rickey, and in four years

Saturday 0600 to 1030 and Champion will face Mainside winner Fliers from third place) Wilhorn, MAD; Art Feller, VC- Russia will have nothing left but

1445 to 1845. VP-18, for the All-Station After being blanked by Key 62, and coach Norman Bottorff Siberia and a couple of left-

Sunday 0600 to 1100 and crown tomorrow at 1730 at NAS West, Jax: Navy went 01to AK. handed pitchers." (From the Ft. .

J530 to 1845. gym. Jackson Journal). t

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10 March 1955 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven I


., .. One Team Out Of GND Tourney;


; JQK Navv Loses 80 67 Tilt ,

''Y s 4 i f e Two teams' held unbeaten marks while another one was --- -. ---- --

l 3 3l eliminated following second round play in the 1955 Sixth points respectively. Dick Tate,

Naval District Basketball Tournament being held this weekat Jax Navy captain and owner of
H Mainside gym. 732 points during the regular

season, rang the bell for 31 points.
Pensacola Navy and Parris Island -
No results wer'e available. Pirates Draw Blood
cd'b were the "untouchables" in A game is scheduled today for
axe Parris Island, ineligible 'for
.: i ,..z. the week-long double elimina- 1200 and another, the semifinaltilt this level hada
_ nom. :5 tion event. The 1' West Naval competition beyond ,
tonight at 2000. Final game :
tough time solving the freezing
Base quintet was the club eliminated
1 J from further play. is set for tomorrow at 2000 and, tactics of Memphis Navy in a

M r if necessary, Saturday at the first-round game.
Pensacola and Parris Island, same hour.
however, were slated to clash ina Fliers Lose Lead The Marines,Downers or- a 00->
plus points per game average m
third round contest ,last night. Pensacola defeated the host Jax
regular season competition, helda
Fliers in round
Navy an
slim ,19-16 half-time margin.
game, 80-67. Boasting perhapsthe They tallied twice .
Jax as many as
6NQ most well-balanced<<: club in
that in the last half, though, to
tournament play the Goshawkshad
TROPHY SHOWCASE-Lt. (jg) Edward Connell, Fasron 109 Cage Rosier no outstanding scorer with win, 5738.
athletic officer, describes features of the squadron's new trophy Name Zeus The Charleston NB Pirates drew
No Unit five men hitting double figures.
use to Ed Pimlott, ADC, Tom Herrman, YN2 and Comdr. Roland first blood with a 74-63 victory in
Hastreiter, Fasron 109 commanding officer. The..trophlrs') new Tate, f 13 VW-4 The Fliers held a 3130 lead at
"home" is constructed of solid mahogany. It's mounted inside the Caasell, f 10 VW-4 half-time after blowing a 15-2. the first-round over Key West

main entrance_.. to Building.; 158, headquarters of Fleet Air_Wing.. 11. Sheets, f 11 VC-62 early game lead: Pensacola took Naval Base. B. Hinson led the
--- "- -
Pirates in with 22
scoring markers

Drenth, f II fds 6 over early in the final stanza as

Top Spots Open In NAS Yuneman, f 12 Oper. the two clubs fought on even .

Nof, c 25 VF-172 terms.In Two Slaughters

Woffoid, c 23 S-S the late stages, the Goshawkstook Memphis Navy, with Morris tallying

IM Bowling Leagues Wagoner, g 15! J'as 6 control With Sam Williamsand 30 points, eliminated Key

i St. John g 22 Hosp.! George Perry controlling the West, 77-75, in a second round

The NAS intramural bowling leagues screech to a halt Kidd, ff 20 S-S boards and with the steady out- screecher. With two seconds left

. this week with title-holders in each circuit still undecided at Renfro, g 24 VF-172 side shooting of Ken Banks and in the game, big Bill McKay of

press time. Fahy, g :21 Hoop. Jim Young, Pensacola proyed it I Key West drew his fifth foul.

VP-18's defending NAS and ----------- ---- Frank Me'Caff ley, coach had a bit too much for the rejuvenated Dick Moorhead, Memphis center -
I over Hospital. Fliers. hit both his free throws.
All-Station champions hold first Jack Davis Key
Billy manager.
place in the National League, In the Senior circuit, the VF- Banks and Young had 16 and 15 West held a 39.37 lead at half-
43 Falcons tripped VA-175, 31. time.
awaiting outcome of the VF-43 -
Fasron Six gained a 4-0 forfeit ,
Falcons-Fasron Six match. The Two run aways dominated
win over Fasron 109. Baseball Out For 55
Falcons are the only entry witha ; Tuesday play, though. Parris Island -

chance to beat the Patrolmen. VC-62, in a latp.- eason surge, with ex-pros Richie Regan .\

In the American League, Spe blanked Fasron 109 and then Emphasis Intramural and Don Savage hitting on all
turned the same trick on VF173A .
cylinders with their passing and
cial Service, ComFair Jax and I
578 series by George Oakes
FAW-11 are still In pennant con Intramural athletics is the coming thing at the Naval Air shooting finesse, blasted Charles
led the winners in the first tilt. ton, 10559.
tention. The former crew holds I Station.
a slight advantage at present. I VF-172 and VW-4 each gained Jacksonville Navy took another,I Regan had 24 points while Say
wins forfeits from operation
via VP-16. of the sport, according
tallied 19
age for the victors Ar-
Personnel Eliminated NATIONAL IEAGIK: step in this direction with the
Tam to the Composite Recreation Fund, goe Ellis was high for the Pirates -
Special Services tipped Com W L. Pro. announcement that varsity base

Fair Jax, 3-1, to regain first place r:1: ; .Falcons. ? ..:':: ::' : 28 25 a 7 :.778 7H1 ball will be discontinued in 1955 which handles the monies for with 16 markers.

last week Jim Groover, 493, Bob VA-175.e: :::::: :::::::::: 2 10 10 :72J GHSFanrori and more emphasis placed on intramural athletics, welfare and recreation. Not to be outdone, Pensacola

Page, 480, and Charlie Young, VF-173 .Six... W.:::.::::::::_. 16 18 20 14 .4MVW4 r.l: sports. Greater concentration will now damaged the NATTCenter Marines -
484, led the winners.A .::.:: .... 14 a :89 IM Benefits MoreIt 104-59. Jim Young, candidate
VF-172 .::::::,. :::':::.::'.:..'....11 21 ,i.H4Pasron be placed on intramural softball. for Most Valuable
542 by Young and 515 by 109 ?............... 6 :Jb! ..189vp has been deemed necessaryto Player
Joe .16 >. .. ........... .._. .. ; :JO: .W>3AMFBICAN cancel baseball at the station Discontinuance of the varsity honors, scored 18 points for the
Fronko earlier in the week
I : sport it is pointed out does not
LEWCUEPro. Goshawks Jon
Team due to lack of funds needed for got
earned Special Services 3-1
a win Special Serv .. .. 26 10 723Comlalr affect the intramural sports pro- 20 for the
? outclassed losers'
over ( Jx .: : :::::::.. JZ 10 :,6H8FAW.ll
Supply. I ..... .... .. .. ........... 19 <* .679 gram at the base. More and greater ----...4Sohieraj
Personnel Personnel _......_....H.n: 11 ..6"SKlectronlct Fundamentals Sel
defeated Communi emphasis' is being
: ......... ........ 16 16 "JOO placed on Wilson lack
cations, 31. The one point dropped 'Supply .......... .......... .. 17 19 ,478Communication intramural participation, thus benefiting ,
I i 14 18 :.438 For Center NineCool
however, chilled the Personnrlmen's t VF-41 Cougars ?...?..?..-.?.. 10 :13! ,J13Hcwpltal i the greater number of With Tennis Squad
title chances. _, ... .. ..,_...__ 11 :A ..306FAETU I
.. "...... '. 8 24 .250 weather slowed up the Naval personnel
Buoyed by the return of vet
Oakes Posts 578 I pace for the NATTCenter baseball Equalises CompetitionWith
I erans Ben Sobieraj and Leon Wilson -
In other matches, VF-43's Cougars Treat In Store team but coach Chuck Daw- the concentration partici-
I the Jax Navy tennis team
defeated FAETU, 3-1, while son has turned his candidates to pation of athletics at the station Davidson
College Mar. 17,
Electronics gained a forfeit win AtFinal Game I work on the diamond. placed on intramural, it is believed at Boone Park.

After than three weeks that teams could
I I more more Navy
Fans are in for a treat at half. It'll be the opening match for
SeekWomen's of conditioning, which included compete in city league competition -
time in tomorrow's final round I the Jax Navy squad. An impressive -
work the NATTCenter in all It will result
lots o!(' road sports.
; schedule featuring the top
game of the Sixth Naval District
diamondeers start batting and also, in more equal competition
StateBasketball tourney. collegiate teams in the southeastwill
cage I'fielding practice next week. I between city, and Navy. be
Don Rounsaville of VA-175 will met during the season.

TitleWith give a lifting exhibition and display The netmen are working out

I feats of strength. Among his Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
a slate of 26 wins and I from 1700-1900 at Boone
acts of strength, he'll tear a deck
.ix losses, the Jax Navy Cracker- I.01 cards in half and bend 60.pen Park. Newcomers are welcomed.All .
jax go after the Florida State nails. home matches will be at
Women's basketball championship the Park St. site at 1300. Jax
at Tampa, March 1719. I Rounsaville, a native of Easton, Navy faces the University .,f
Pa., got third place in the 1953
Coaches Matt Kurilich and Jack I Georgia Mar. 19, in a home fray.Linksmen .
Oklahoma State Weightlifting
Lucovsky this intensive I- .
week -
Championships and third in the
drills to get the girls in shape
Mr. Oklahoma Physique Contest. Heal
for the title event. I '.'
l ,,
LAST YEAR, the Waves, representing Teams Remain ,. ;; ".. PI Florida 'It's
NATTCenter, reached the i Five I 'o/J .

s-emi-fmals in the tournament, y ""' d' The Jax Navy varsity golf team
Keg > "
held then at St. Petersburg.Still { ': opened it's season on a high note

undecided on a starting There's a ding dong battle underway > .' .' ... last week, posting wins over a

lineup, it's likely that the coach- for leading spots in the pair of formidable opponents.In .

ing staff will start with Pat and NATTCenter bowling league with ,,;'I' the season lid-lifter, the Flier

Gerri Gorsky and Shirley DeLa- five teams still in the running. : e f'Ap wa linksmen, headed by Comdr.

vergne at forwards, with Jean Last week's play produced a Frank Heyer, downed Parris Is-

Larsen, Norma Fleming and Pat shuffle among the leaders with Jand, 16-IO&, at the losers'

Ashcraft as guards. ( upsets taking their toll. All three home links.

TilE SQUAD plans to leave top teams lost 3/1 contests! Joe McDonald registered a low

here Wednesday night. Most of I I ANP( ) School and AOB( ) gross of 72 to lead Jax Navy.

the team will stay at the home of School are tied for first place. Later in the week, McDonald o
TORSO TWISTERS Coach Richard VM;"; renter : toured links in
the Gorsky twins in nearby Next comes AOA) and AEB( ) ( the NAS Jax a
background) points out judo holds to Charles Prince as the ju- fine three-under 69 as Jax
Bradenton. Schools, followed by N: A W S jitsu squad holds one of its turnouts. Grouped from right, counterclockwise par
Remainder of the traveling School. ( ) Willard Franklin shows Thomas Wislosky the soto Navy drubbed the University of

squad includes: Beverly Bisto- ----- momo goshi) low hip lift; Richard Chauvaux teaches Billy Cox Florida "B" team, 207. J

deau, Mary, Anderson, Ann Simmons I know a girl BO ugly that If the seol nage (shoulder throw); Van Mullen and Prince; Bill Next match for the Fliers is |
Watkins shows Dan Lenihan the hanl gosh I (bent leg throw), Mar. 20 the University of
Godiva the horse against;
Jan Gaudette. and Diane she played Lady '
and Ronald Mukogawa teaches Jay Earle the tomoe nage (circle
Fitzpatrick. would steal the scene. throw). Georgia: here.r .



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I Pago Eight JAX AIR NEWS 10 March 1955
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t mmmmI Service Bills SCUTTLEBUTT

I RENTS In Congress ,

rm. furn. gar. apt., $GO, 2061Pic. Reserve Proposal
., EV 8-27TO, Huston. The Administration's Reserve.

2 rm. furn. apt., $10 wk. 2821 proposal received vigorous sup !
from Generals Alfred
Hunt St.
Gruenther in Europe and John K. .l1i.
6 unfurn. $85. .A vall. '
rm. bung.,
Hull and Maxwell Taylor in the
15 Avondale EV 9-4928
Apr. ,
Far East Urging its approval in
KUkland. statements: ..................,..,......................... .:
separate ,
Will share home with couple, 256 At a Pentagon press conference
Bel fort, EV 7-2031, Watkins. Defense* Secretary Charles E. Wilson r7-

.6. rm. unfurn. or furn. apt, $75, said he thought 'Congress
1590. River, Orange Park, 112- would pass the Administration

8-5661. plan.
'S rm.' furn. apt* $50, Riverside, *
EV -9-1291, Hanks. Firearms
3. rm. unfurn. apt., 2902. Cherokee A bill to prohibit members of
Ave., EV 9-5326, WhltUngton. the Armed Forces from bringing
1 bdrm. furn. iar. apt, $65, 4327 certain firearms into the U, S. has
1 Hiawatha Area, EV 9-8915, Dar been introduced by Rep. Lester
ling Holtzman (D- N. Y.).

i, 5 s b'drm. furn. apt., $60, 2916% The measure contends that pis- 1955 Black Bass
Olga Pla., Avondale. tols, .revolvers and small fire

2 bdrm. furn. apt, $61, 654 May arms, capable of being hidden Contest

St.:, EL 5-5003, Ext. 271. nn ." .____'____.'. _______._' on the person, brought into the Fishing
5 rm. furn. apt, $15 per 'wk. 3131 country by military personnel
Nolan St., EV 8-6502. HIS IDEA PAYS OFF-Mack Morgan (right) Overhaul and often become available to crimi Now Underway
2 bdrm. ftirn. apt, 2854 Oak St., Repair department employee, shows Capt Wellington Hlnes, O & R nals.
officer, just how the lap machine he designed works. Morgan's The 1955 edition of the Black
EV 8-OJ95, Wadrep. machine was devised for the purpose of lapping (polishing) pluggauges. Bass Fishing Contest for Civil
2 bdnn. unfurn. apt, $75. Avail. Use of the machine permits the department to manufacture Oljmplo Games Bill
Mar. 15. 5248 Woodcrest Rd. quickly and easily plug gauges required and increases the Bills have been introduced in Service employees and members
EV 8-0151. possibility of salvaging worn plug gauges. For his efforts Morgan both the Hoxfse fH.R. 3014)) by of their immediate families opens
received a check, which Captain Hlnes holds In his right hand, this month.
6 nn.. furn. house, $85, 2789 )[a.- amounting to $100. The check is awarded under the Beneficial Rep. John W. McCormatk (D.,
plewood St., EV 7-2718, Hughes. Suggestion program. Mass.) and: the Senate (S. 829)) by Encouragc'd by the friendly
1 bdrm. unfurn*. apt, $65, 6151 :: Sen. George H. Bender (R., Ohio) competition during 1054, the fish
Glenwood Ave., EV 8-0007 or EL Total $451 For Suggestions authorizing: members of the Armed ing committee of the Employees
4-7598. Forces to train for( attend and Association, sponsor of the con
'Will shaie home, 4425 Hiawatha, participate in the Pan-American test, has hopes of making thi<
EV 8-8645, Mabley. 12 Employees Rewarded and Olympic Games and other International ye r's bigger and better.

% bdrm. apt., 2768 College St., EV I amateur sports com. Prizes; will be awarded monthly
9-4882; Ext. 389/202, Powers. petitions. ((AFPS). throughout the year in men's

1 bdnn. unfurn. house, near NAS, With Checks For Ideas women's and children's division.A .
EL 3-5422, Stanley.f I new category this year is the
single rms, 2165 Gilmore St. "Monthly Entry Prize". To qualify -
EL 5-5847. Twelve employees of the for the Entry Prize all the

2 bdrm. unfurn. apt, $65. Inquire Naval Air Station, including tions. fisherman ""has to do is to enter
-' at 3523 Laura St. 10 from Overhaul and Repair Checks presented to Supply the largest fish he catches each

2 bdrm. furn. apt., $90. 3523 department and two from. employees John Hofmann and time he goes: fishing. At the end
Laura St. Supply department, are sport Georgia Barthelmess were additional of the month all these entries are
\ 3 nn. gar. apt., 2636 Myra St. ing checks totaling $151.80 awards. Each had previously (WttVly AFrS Future) I put into a hat and the lucky win
KV 7-2763, Cowart. for accepted beneficial sugges- received an award pre The otiglnal Porgy of "Porgy ; ner drawn. It takes the place of
sented locally. and Bess," Todd Duncan, enacts the consolation prize previously
2 bdim. furn. house, $65, 4425 Hiawatha !
EV 8-8645, Mabley. nOl<'1\IANN NETTED an additional his first screen role in 12 years given.

6 rm. furn. apt, 1504 River Blvd., award of $75 for a new In "Unchained," a Warner Bros., Employees are urged to contact
Orange Park, 112-8-5661. system of identifying documents prison story filmed In its entirety their department fishing contest

5 rm. furn. apt., $60, 2984 Green accompanying QSSR's. His first at the California Institute for committeeman for official entry
St., EV 8-4447 (after 5:30: P.M. award for the same suggestion Men, the famous "prison without blanks and rules.
}':x.t. 8153)), Hester.Furn. amounted to $25. Barthelmess bars." The picture stars ElroyHlrftcli Prizes to be given away in
gar. apt., 2215 River Blvd. received $105 from the Navy Barbara Hale and Peggy March will be fishing reels.
EV 9-8208, Johnson. Awards Committee after having Knudsm<< .Joel MoCrca will Four annual prizes will be
2 bilrm. unfurn or fum. house, 520 (Personnel are invited to been previously awarded $10 fight a gun duel with his own son awarded at the end of the contest

Rushmore, Orange Pk., 112- visit the USO Servicemen's locally. She suggested saving on Jody iii "Wichita," now before year, which in 1955 will las{ eight
8-8501, or Ext 8264, McCreadey. Club at 37 West Monroe St. mailing stock status reports from the cameras. months. No one employee may
3 bdrm. unfuin. home, EV 9-8630, The Club is open from 0900 to Jax to Philadelphia. "Battle Taxi," a United Artists win more than one annual prize.

Ortega. 2330 daily.) Mack Morgan, of Overhaul and production depicting the combat Prizes will be awarded to em.
2 or 3 furn. bedrm. apt., $65, 1463Ingleslde Thursday, Mar. 10 Scavenger Repair department, was presented I operations of the Air Rescue: helicopters ployccs for largest black bass
EV 9-1197. Hunt; Dancing to records. a $100 check for designing a during the Korean War is caught by the following methods:
1 furn. apt, $15 per wk, H63 In Friday, Mar. 11 1800 Cafe lapping machine for purpose of making its way into the first-run i ((1) Live bait; ((2))' rod and reel
gleslde, EV 91197. Italiano spaghetti supper; 2000 i lapping plug gauges. theaters. All aircraft scenes, except with artificial lures; ((3) fly rod
6 mi. unfurn. apt., 2245 College Dancing to records. OTHER BENEFICIAL official combat film, were with artificial lures; ((4)) spinning
St., EV 74D96, Floweisrou Saturday, Mar. 12' Open suggestion shot at March AFB, Calif., using rod with artificial lures.
heck winners all from O
SAI.K house from 1400 to 2400; Dance ; 'copters of the Und Air Rescue .
& H and their include
6 im unfurn. house, $750 equity.Vcnctia 2000, music by NAS Jumping J ax. Squadron.An .
Tel'.. EV 8-3186, after Sunday, Mar. 13 1000 Free : advance crew from Columbia Civilian Golf Meet
Coffee, then off to church with Lawrence Green ($65)) for removal
f'jOO P.M.
: Pictures is in Osaka, Japan
1953 house trailer with additional junior hostesses; 1400 Open of antenna plate switch constructing sets for "The Gentle Slated Saturday

1'J1attachC'l, Empire State house; 1730 Community Sing, vespers from transceivers; Eulie Rhodes Wolfhound," which Is based on the

Trail pk.; Orange Pk., Giannelli. refreshments courtesy of:. and Thomas Nixon ($50)) for a true story of Army M/Sgt. IIiiRh The golf Naval club Air will Station hold its civilian first
# f blll m. C. B. house, 4779 Cates Cootiettes; 2000 Movie-'No Room O'Reilly and the Wolfhound Regt,
brace for HTL aircraft scat assembly tournament of 1955 Saturday
for the .
Ave., Ortega, EV; 8-6237. which adopted a Japanese orphanage.
; George Sweet ($35)) for March 12 at Hyde Park links.
Monday, Mar. 14 Ping Pong
2: bdtm. home, 4232 DaVinci Ave., Mitmilto Klmiira, the Japanese
Ext. 629, Yesko. Instruction with Frank Puskas; safety devices on ERGO stretch actress, has been elected for Action gets underway at
Fencing with Don Oakes Skating press; Carson Wilcox ($25)) for 0800, with all participants reporting
3 bdim. house, $350 own. 6025Tiansiveinia ; the feminine lead. To add authenticity
Ave., EV 8-1949. at Skateland, reduced rates; Bow tables and gauges Buffalo and realism to the picture directly to No. 1 tee.
punch; Nathan Prather ($25)) for I
ling. Deadline for tee off is 0330. .
3 bdrm. unfurn. house, EV 8-7013. the American characters will
device for HTL-5 air ,
'3 bdim. C. B. house. A vail. Apr. Tuesday) Mar. 15 Game balancing speak English and the Japanese All civilian employees, including
craft; J. B. Wright ($25)) for installation
15, ('01'. Timuquana & Salina Night. their own tongue. :Miss Kimura duffers, are invited to
Way, Venetia. Lcdr. B, H. Col- Wednesday, Mar 1C Orchestra of anchor nuts on will play,the role of an Army interpreter participate. The tournament
mer)'. dance with NATTCenter Ser- heaters ducts. and will translate Japanese will be a flag-type affair, with
MISCELLANEOUS enaders. Also Joseph King ($10)) for jig dialogue for the American prizes for various categories.

Wanted: 2 riders to drive on trip or fixture for holding rocker characters In the film. At the Entrance fee is one dollar.
(Answer to Puzzle Page 3)) and Foster Neff $10)) O-
to Calif. Mar. 29. Contact Mapes on arms; ( same time the audience will get .
Ext. 8487. 425 horizontal lifting sling. an idea of what's going on. All-Saints Choir
Desire: to enter car pool from ,20th Century-Fox has signed
Needs Singers
Cedar Shore or Cedar Hill. E. H.Revls BC-BS Payments Due Deborah Kerr to play the feminine
BMC, Ext 419. Blue Cross-Blue Shield policyholders lead opposite Yul Brynner in the The All Saints' Chapel Choir is
fllders wanted from So. Side Estates are reminded'that monthly film version: of the Broadway hit, desperately in need of new singers
to OAR, 0700 to 1530, Res- payments are due by March "The King and I." particularly tenor and bass.
fffty, EX 8-5279. U-15. AH Saints' has always had one
. of the finest choirs in Jackson
Some of today's power-packed
"How old Is that woman?" ville, despite the rapid turnover
"She's 10' old that when she aircraft fly at such: altitude that of personneL Anyone interested
SOS was' born. Dr. Christian .wasn't 90 percent of the atmosphere's- total can attend rehearsal every Thursday

I! even an tnt 1"e." weight It underneath them. evening at 1900 Jn the Chapel.t .