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At Jax O&RTwo ? A N\X Ceremony {

officers and civil.
ian technician i of the Forty-nine enlisted personnel ;
attached to NAS Jackson-
French arrived here -- )
Navy .
ville received advancements
from Paris France Tues ,
in rate in a brief
day morning i for sixweek's '
a held on the steps of the Administration
orientation in the
Building at 1130
NAS Jax Overhaul and Repair
Department, concentrating -
The advancements
como as a
on overhaul of the
IIUP-2 helicopter. A 9 result of February examinations,
and from third to
ranged first
Flown by U. S. Navy
class officers.
from New York, the trio petty

quickly exchanged whitesfor SIIIP OVER FOR SIX-The trend of Navy renllstments Is moving upwards, but fast. Here two Addressing group Capt.
khakis and got down to more enlisted men decided they like the Navy and want to try six more years of It. Arfhl Clay, John S. Thach, commanding officer >(
work under the of UN, (left) of the NAS Infirmary and Harley Roberts, DK1, of NAS Supply (center) raise their handsto said the mass promotion was
guidance take the oath In reenlisting for six more rears Comdr. John N. Myers, NAS executive officer,
irrefutable evidence that there "is
Donald J. Lema, AD3, of administers the oath. Clay received over $1,000! for reenlisting while Roberts received over $2,000,
0 & It, who was appointed after taxes. always room for those who wantto
to serve as interpreter.The < go up the line" He urged each

three Lcdr. Robert one 6Ji added authority and privileges
are New Plan Loaded With Benefits Ted Weems
Sanner, Lt. Pierre i / were enjoyed, to help others +
win promotions by extending good
Chevalier and M. Raymond
Martin. Survivor Benefits Give'Spark' Due Here advice, and by leadership and ex
Their visit here was approved -

by the Chief of Naval Aug. 23An The first advancement and .
Operationswhoin i rate certificate was presented
formed Capt. John S. Thach To Career MenOverhaul old favorite with Jax by Captain Thach to Graeme E.

about a month ago of their Navy personnel Ted Weems Clapp, IMS, attached to the
impending arrival here. and his orchestra-will be at NAS Infirmary
of death gratuities, social security, and vet
Capt. Wellington i T. NAS Jacksonville for a two- Others James
erans compensation are involved in the new survivor benefits promoted were:
Hines, Overhaul and Re- plan believed by Pentagon leaders to be one of the key "ca- night stand Aug. 2 and 3. Campbell, AM2; Thomas Cox,

pair officer, is doing all reer" measures necessary tQ add "spark" to service life. The Weems group, which has PR2; David Dennlston, MU2; Nathaniel

possible to insure the suc- Drafted by a House Committee I made several appearances here, I Dudley, SD3; Noel English,
cess of their work here. the latter now, but would not be features the hilarious Red Ingle, AD3; Ruth Gazley, TE2; John Go-
after nine months Intensive study,
the plan changes drastically the under the new plan. vocalist and dancer Bonnie Ann fish, AT3; Jasper McWhorter, AD-

WEATHER OUTLOOK present hodge-podge of benefits. Active-duty 0-5: Dies on ac Shaw, vocalist Ray Sullenger, E3Donald Lema, AD3; Earl Towers
and the Ted Weems Trio. PNA3; David Reekers, AD3
with ;
Friday Slightly cooler
Approval In the House this week tive duty after 14 years' service,
easterly winds. will send the measure to the Sen- Margaret Schwab, SK3; James
Saturday Cool and possible ate. As the bill reads now, it leaving a widow, age 30, and two Commissary Store To Pack, AB3; Lloyd Stager, AB3;
children, 4 and 7. For the
ages Robert Boucher
afternoon thunder-showers. would become effective next Jan. AOU3; Stewart
Sunday Continued cool with 1. Should the lawmakers go home first 10 years under present laws Close On July 27 Bradshaw, AM3; Richard Bum-

easterly winds and afternoon before giving final approval, most his survivors receive monthly a stead, AG3; Nellie Carpenter,
total of 340.90, composed of The NAS Commissary Store in AK3
Angelo AM3
thunder-showers. observers believe the bill will sail ; ;
next $92.90 Insurance, $120 VA compensation ,Building 135, will be closed for Alvin Cummings, SK2; Thomas
through Congress early
and $128 OASI (social
I monthly inventory all day Wednesday Curry, AD3; Jimmie Hammers,
G PARENTS, dependent security). )$\>r Jhe same 10-year
Chest Surgery on their servicemen sons, period under the new proposal, I July 27. The store will be (Please Turn to Pare 8, Col. I)

now receive $64; if only one dependent monthly benefits would total $380, open for business again on Thursday
Service AddedAt $60 How- I Wave Bryan
parent monthly.
(Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5)) July 28.
ever, the parents cannot collect if

HospitalThe their Income is over $2,100 per Tops Class
year. The new plan reduces the

amount of VA compensation by a ,4
service of chest surgery has ( At SchoolIn
graduated scale as income
goes up.
been added to the already large
program of the Naval Hospital For example, parents whose income competition with approxi

since the arrival of Capt. 1!' .V. Is not more than $1,000 an- h mately 70 Marines, Waves and

Berley, Chief of Surgery. nually would receive $100 monthly Women Marines, Beverly Bryan,
Having specialized in this field under the new survivor plan; airman apprentice Wave, was.the
at the Naval Hospital Bethesda those earning $ ',350-$1,7oo would honor student in last Friday's

and having served there as as receive $60 monthly as a resultof graduating class of Airman Preparatory .

sistant Chief of Surgery, he has the death of their serviceman School at the Naval Air

made It possible to take care of son. Compensation in a reduced Technical Training Center.
chest surgery here rather than amount would be payable as the It was the third time since the

send these patients to Bethesda. parents' income Increases, but not school was recommissioned in the

Captain Berley attained his beyond $2,400 annually. A similar spring of 1951 that a Wave has

present rank recently. He was scale is provided for a single par won the honors.

commissioned as Lt. (jg) in the ent. Wave Bryan joined the Navy In

Medical Corps of the Navy on WHEN A SERVICEMAN dies, f .A4l February, 1955, from her home in

July 18, 1938. leaving children but no widow, McComb, Miss., and finished the
WHEN HE COMPLETED his benefits also,Increase. For ex- eight-week Airman Preparatory

Internship at Naval Hospital San ample, two orphaned children cur L School course with an average of

Diego,. his duty as medical. officer rently receive $72.20 per month; 91.07.
took him to the Asiatic area, first under the new bill, $100 would be She will study for a Navy rat.i -
with the staff.of Commander De- provided. in gat Aviation Electronics

Btroyer Division Fifty-Eight. Later Here are some typical situations, : : School, Memphis, Tenn.
with the Fourth Marines. When wherein the present and proposed At Friday's ceremonies she

the United States entered World benefits are compared. Death I hS was congratulated by Maj. Edward

War II, he was captured by the gratuity payments are not included S. Maloney, training officerof
Japanese at Corregidor and remained in the examples nor are pay. the school l, and was presentedthe

a prisoner until September ments under the Federal Em- WAVE WINS HONORS-Beverly Bryan, AA, became the number one graduation certificate
1945. ployees Compensation Act. Wid third Wave to win laurels as honor student at Airman Preparatory by Marine Warrant Officer
School at the Naval Air Technical Center. The McComb
Training ,
For outstanding services he was ows of active duty Reservists who Lewis R. Alexander, a phase
Miss.,' Wave is congratulated by Marine Warrant Officer Lewis
(Please Turn to Page 8, Col. t) die in peacetime are eligible for Alexander, a phase officer, as she receives her diploma. officer.It's .

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"rwo JAX AIR NEWS 21 July 1955LII'

VC-62 VP-S FAW-llFasron 109 VW-4, Report

I } Jgjflllf s Scouting, Jacksonville Area Squadrons I

Published every Thursday for Nary and Marine activities II Naval Air .
Station Jacksonville. 1E 1a.
NAB, JMktBTlB vc-c group pf six pre-flight training officer against Special Services, also 4-2T

.. Capt. John S. Tharh _,, -, Commanding Officer The end of a perfect season jfor Ensigns Wil-
?? ??? indoctrinees. All hands
Comdr. John N, ftlyen ,--,., -. ,. ecutiv Officer the VC-62 softball team came last on the Wing Staff and
Fleet Air "uli..dUe liam Clark, Stephen dark, Harold the local squadrons bade farewell
Rear Adm. John Perry Commander Thursday, when a win over VP-5, Devine and
Capt. Richard O Greene ,- ..- .,..... ...... -,-...,.--. .- Chief of Staff the Butts, Thomas to Patrol Squadron 16 this past
In five Innings completed
FI.d Air Wlq Eleve 1S-U Joseph Glllan will upend their week, as they departed for
Capt. Edwin J. S. Young .-- _. ,... ,.,., Commander- regular intramural season for the several)
L- : L ac-
Comdr. Frank D. Meyer _. \ .,_ .. ...-.-,- -r Chief Staff Officer Final record stands at time with the squadron getting months in North Africa and
Naval Alf 1' .lfa1 1'ral.I. Cuter squadron. quainted with the inner workings will shortly do the same for
Capt. Henry C. DeL >r Commanding Officer sixteen wins and no looses with the train- pa.
Comdr Edward W. Bishop L L / Executive: Officer possibility of more recognition to of the ASW and operational trol Squadron 18, which is to deploy .
Naval' si.syltal ing mission. to the "far reaches"
Capt. Edward C. Kenney Commanding Officer come in post-season tournaments.An of the
Capt. U A. Newton -?,,_,.,,, ..-,,.- Executive: Officer officer reporting aboard has The G T :U 0 detachment con- North. It's not all good-bye, how.

KARTU the crews are ever, for the advance
tinues. The training
Capt. Wilson R. Bartlett Commanding Officer not been too unusual the past few guard of
Comdr. Laurence )'. Sleffenhagrn .. ..,.. .. Executive Officer receiving under actual operational Patrol Squadron 3 has
months, with as many as four a
The JAX AIR NEWS U published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station. week .coming to the squadron. conditions ,is the most intensiveand home and the rest of the squad-
Jacksonville Florida, and printed commercially with non-appropriated fund up-to-the-minute available ron is shortly to follow. \T-3hajs
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVKXOS P15. Hev. However, another Photo School
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station, the and anywhere in the fleet today. The been away for several months
Naval Air Technical Training Center, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, and the graduate is always welcome, op.
U. S. Naval HonpltaL Lt. Vince Egert is no exception! teamwork of the combat crew is erating in Newfoundland and the
Editor Andrew II. Flaney and the results showa Arctic.
% at a peak
since heJias nearly 5,000
Mat Editor-Beda Moore Staff Rt'portera-Jack Holmes. PHI; Nancy that's a thing .
Ward, SN. flight hours.
The JAX AIR NEWS is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. C of pride. | Fatrmt 109
AFFS material appearing' In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe
written permission of Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of other VP-5 At a recent ceremony, Comdr.W. Things are buzzing around Faj-
matter, except by service publications is prohibited without permission ol ron 109 this
Jr. made the
Editor: JAX AIR NEWS. Patrol Squadron Five is playing G. Matton, presentation squadrons -

Editorial offices located Main Administration. Building. Phone extensions host the next three weeks to aThey're of advancement in rating of Reserves have reported In

8346 21fc and 8164.jJit,1I. badges to R. G. Murkland, AM2; one each from Miami, Akron and

That c. T. Allen, AT2; P. L. Garner, Norfolk.

LETIERS to THE Giving Away AT2; Z. G. Tygielski, AT2; V. K. Cigars were being passed out by

Fullmer, AM3; N. Laqualia, A03; Dick Chattilier, YN2, last week

Folding Green Stuff AgainThose A. L. Dupuis, PN3; and L. J. Ger- lie is now the proud papa of a

des, PN3<* 9-pound baby boy, "Ricky".
"good old] days" are back again. They are .

giving away those crisp, new, genuine dollars bills. FAW-11 Staff One enlisted I man reported

In a revival of the Safety Slogan] contest, military aboard this week. lie's Henry
make the It wan "welcome aboard" this Duzzell, Jr., MR1, who will WOl k
and civilian personnel] have an opportunity to
week to Lt. (jg) M. L. Smith, who in the squadron machine
easiest dollar of their lived-if they are alert. shop.
I am a Steward in the U. S. arrived from Trinidad where he
This is how it works: The squadron is well represent
Navy. I am trying to put on paper had been serving i with Patrol
will make his ed in the fleet tennis
The "Voice of Safety" personal con- tournamentwith
the and the I feel
way Squadron 34. Lt. (jg) Smith will
about my job in the Navy. I am tacts with personnel], either by phone or in person. He become Wing Air Intelligence of- Ben EobljraJ, AK3, and Leon

also trying to get across to the asks for the safety slogan of the month and if you ficer, public information and navi- Wilson, AMC. SobieraJ won the

rest of the Stewards the impor know it and recite it to him in jig time-he gives youa gation officer. Airlant singles, and Wilson was

tance of the job which we are nice new dollar bill, no strings attached. the Airlant runner ur. They

charged with, and to wear the The slogan] for the month of July] is "Let Safety Also "welcomed aboard" wereItufus teamed together to win the Air
Sharpe, YN1, who reported lant doubles
Share Your Vacation Trip. crown.
rate on the arm with pride and
honor.I Eight personnel] have already claimed their dollar]] from Fighter Squadron 21, and .

bills for successfully providing the correct slogan] to the Johnnie Smith, SD2, from the carrier VW-4
do that the
sincerely hope "Voice of Safety" in 'his ]latest rounds. They are Hence USS Antietam.The In the Spring no matter hat A
Stewards and whoever else
should read, this article will feelas Malone, Supply] ; Patricia Evans, Fiscal] ; Tom Forest, Staff golf team had its young man's fancy turns to, a

Supply] ; William Ford, Public Works; Al Czarmanski, \ most successful week, first winnlf1g flight aerologist must think about
I do about our job as Stewardsin
the Navy. Our job is quite essential Supply; Phoebe Liebtag, Supply; II. F, Davis, Supply] ; against top-ranking Person- hurricanes. Not very romantic

and Pearl] Dorsey, Supply. nel by a score of 4-2, and then but if you were to ask Lt. A. N.
and we as Stewards hold
Fowler, head of VW-4's Aerology
a sort of personal, important job.
Chaplain Initiates department, he would admit such
We are men who ere supposedto

learn how to meet all types of I. New Sermon Series hfe.knowledge is condusive to long

people and know how the Navy
A summer series of character Following these lines of increas-
functions as a whole. We are a f
group of men who are constantly study sermons on the subject "The Rs ing everyone's knowledge about

meeting high officials who are Bible's Paradoxical People" will weather and storms and such hap-

among the most highly trainedmen be initiated by Chaplain William pens to be an important part ,Of

of the modern age. A. Swets next Sunday at St. VW-4's job. Neglecting the birds
Luke's Chapel in Building A-l of .,+.. sI.a and the bees to fulfill numerous
Personally, 1 feel and know the
the Naval Hospital. speaking engagements, make
f' personal
Navy as a whole has changed.It .
Beginning at 0930, the sermon appearances on television
has made a far greater advance t'f.
scheduled for Sunday is entitled and giving talks on the subject: of
for the Stewards today than the .
"The World's Wisest Fool. t weather whenever requested is
it was when I first came into
way A Sunday School and Nursery ......,..A: Just considered everyday procedure
the Navy. The changes today are ';
1 for children from one through for officers in the squadron.
much broader in the way of edu- S. k 'p
cation. One can study and learnso twelve years is conducted during : \ And, in order to Better this understanding .
the worship service. Air-Condi- : I
much if he desires and the ., of weather phenomenain

officers are not only able but tioning has been installed '1'(.: .': the eyes of others, VW-4 is even

most of them are willing to assist feast turning to movies One on the
guests and loved ones to
any man in learning not only his on your work. So be proud and technical side primarily for training -

speciality but quite a bit about wear rating chevron with ------- -- w purposes and another proposedfilm

the other different jobs in the honor.your 21 Win PO FIRST TIME OUT-In spanking to be presented in a layman's

Navy. I new whites, 15 new chief point of view that should make
Last bat not least we who are petty officers at NATTCenterare
. The best part for the every TV owner a better backyard
Stewards, let's all be proud for PromotionsAt congratulated by Capt
Steward is the freedom to consult we are playing and have playedan Henry C. DeLong, commanding weatherman.

the .Navy's physicians on the important part in some of our them officer with, after he had presented The squadron combined weather .
certificates of their
proper amounts of calories and greatest leaders' success. We have CenterFifteen promotion at last Saturday's talks with international good

the way each unit of food helps kept them in good health and have chief inspection. will last week. Lt. (Jg) R. J. C

keep the body strong and healthy. also made quite a few of them petty officers were Fraser ATC Burnash and Lt. (Jg) J. F. Car
included in the 21 Ralph Hardy
petty officer ,
That, within itself is important, comfortable. In some cases nil of the Aerology department
very Cecil Mullin
promotions effective in ATC James White
for to be in good health is the we have afforded a few laughs midJulyat ; spoke before a group of reservist
the Naval Air ATC; Raymond
Technical Reedy AEC
most important part of life itself. which made some of those who Train- Charles ; in Miami on the mission of weather
ing Center. Coyle, AEC; Richard
To be a Steward is really an were sad, happy. If it wasn't for Newland AEC Carl reconnaissance and the role
The 15 chiefs ; AEC;
honor. It is a good and proud those ,laughs of happiness, there were presented Frank Kladek VW-4 plays in gathering storm
their ; Wilroy Fe-
feeling to be able to put into would have been anger, disgust of advancementin lix AEC Carl data. Farther down south Com
; Fears GFC
effect the things which not only and tension. rating by Capt. Henry C. De- ert ; dr. W. T. Cain, executive officer

taste good, but carry enough When our superior officeris Long, at commanding officer's in- Cooper Bohnstengel GFC GFC; Stuart ,, met with British officials on
he is spection at the Training Center ; Cham- the island of Barbados for three
body building factors to help happy, that means pleased bers, ATC; and Leonard
keep a human strong and in good and when he is pleased he has Saturday. AEC. Hintz days and explained the functions

health and life So let us try only joy and comfort for.the rest Included in the new chiefs were First Class of our new weather reconnaisance

to perform our duties to the best of the crew. That will make all the two most recently established AE1 Scott Edwards, aircraft, the WV-1 Constellation.This .

of our ability, also learn as much of our living conditions seem ratings in the Navy-aviation fire cobs; Earl Ellis, AE1; Edwin Ja- Is the second such trip VW-4
MAI and
about our type of work and go much more pleasant, no matter i controlman (AQ) and guided mis- AE1. ; Donald Lomax, has made to the Windward Islands

as far as we may. It is seldom how difficult our surroundings I sileman (GF). Third Class the first by skipper, ComdrE.
that, we will hear open praise may be at the time. : Four were promoted to first teson, AO3 John Bryn- L. Foster, In a P2V-5JF: "Nep
that the Steward is of top quality, So my fellow Stewardmen pay class, four to second class and Fredericka Cummings, IM3; tune". .

but never let that stop you. The no attention when someone says nine to third class. Two Waves Frank Kerrigan, YN3 (W); <

officers and their guests like a we are flunkies of the Navy. The were included in the latter Pipkin Marangio AE3; Robert Did you hear of the girl who
good Steward even though they officers, the Navy Department, group. AM3 David ; Robert Radloff, was so discreet that, before en-

may never admit it to you. But and also we, know'betters I Following is;the promotion list:I nis Sponseller; Ramsey, AT3; Den tering a revolving door, she care

they will feel proud to bring A Nary Steward Chief Petty Officers Albert TD3; and Anita fully chose the people she Went
TE3 (W)., around with? .

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. 21 July 1955 JAX AIR NEWS' Page Three I''\

tiiQ {fftfffirr: Provides Leaders Of Tomorrow


52,492 AN-P School-

Grads In Four Years ,

r Fresh from basic trainingand tenth grade is balanced-- by the i

Watch Out For The Weather boot camp, approximately practical Students are Instructed -

(Who can forget it?). You'll find e 5,000 Marines, Women Ma- in cockpit check-out, motor

this study of its effects entertain- rines, and U. S. Navy Waves turn-ups, identification of both do-

big, informative and even sympa- now are processed during n mestic and foreign aircraft, actual -

the tic i Excellent conversation year's time in the eight-week fire-fighting, armament safety

piece Airman Preparatory School precautions, lifeboat inflation,

White Tower: Dramatic novelof course at the Naval Air Tech- flare signals, and intercom instructions ,

mountain climbing in the Swiss nical Training Center .

Alps. If you missed it when this. Put Into commission as a resultof All the teachers at the school

was a new best seller, the circumstances the exigencies of the Korean except one, are Marine sergeants,

of the dangerous climb crisis, the Airman School at Jacksonville ranging in grade from staff to

and the psychological implications graduated its first classin master. The lone exception la a

of the attempt make wonderful escape Rr March, 1931. At that time Navy chief aviation boatswain

reading for hot summer days. ti"WFLCOM6 both sailors and marines attend, mate who teaches flight deck 01'i i

Vorkuta: Siberian slave labor I BACK"-Comdr. William Morton (right), Commander but after the last sailor was graduated eratlons, beaching, and launching. '
I Carrier Air Group One, Li greeted by Comdr. Robert
In 1953: the school be- I-
The ,
camp. experiences of a CerIman Bruolng Jr., ((left), ComFairJax training officer, as he steps from May, Upon graduation and completion ',j
political prisoner won't en- his F Il-2 Banshee Jet at NAS Cecil Field. Before landing, Comdr. came a training ground for marInes ,
of the the
eight-week course,
courage you to visit the place but I Morton led most ofvCAG-One's aircraft in a mass flyover-mark- women marines, and Waves.
shiver ing the end of a six-month far east cruise aboard the carrier student is interviewed by a staffof 'i
can along with a sense
you moved to Norman -
USS Midway. The sailors were four personnel specialists. Ills
of gratitude that we are free to Okla. and in of 1954:
qualifications for further training,
complain about the present high Stops At Cape Town and Hong Kong the Marines took over administrative the needs of the service, and the .,..

temperatures. control of the schooL
student's own desires are carefully -
Nothing In Dripping On Us: In "As the twig Is bent, so the tree winnowed so that the best man
spite of the rigorous living conditions Air Group One Returns From
will grow," is an adage readily Is placed in the position most
here is cheerful reading in
applied to the school. From'raw suited for him.
a gay account of life in Alaska
Six Months' Far East CruiseCarrier recruits come the leaders of to THE SELECTION of trainees,

South Col: Another personal morrow's aviation, specialists in by the school counselors, are basedon

account of the ascent of Everest. Air Group One is home! their fields and highly trained to the student's motivation and

There are several books availablenow Airlifted from the West Coast in record time, CAG-l's carry out their duties as sinewsof desires, final Airman School aver-
and the new Tiger Of The Cecil Field in and Marine air
non-flying personnel began arriving at NAS Navy Corps age, academic or performance
Snows, Tenzig's story, is on order
R5D transport planes at 0500 last Friday arm. achievements, basic battery test
and should be here about the
The airlift continued to arriveat of the services and
detachment 35 VF-101 GRADUATES are listed as 29- scores, needs
time you read this. Most of these
books have photographs which are two-hour intervals throughoutthe VF-174, and VA-15 started their 795 sailors, 21,4,}1 marines and quota allowances, student environ

beautiful-and cool to look at. day. long cross-country flights back to women marines, and 1,206 Wavesa ment (home, part of country, civilian 1.,1

Most of the air group's aircraft Jacksonville.Most total of 2(92 for the four background), and formal edu

Storm: The varied repercus- arrived at 1330 Friday, with years and three months of the cation.
of the planes, F2H-2 "Danshees"
sions of a storm which hits the
Comdr. William Morton, Commander school's existence. Class "A" Schools in the Naval
F9F-6 "Cougars" and AD6 -
California Coast are woven into a
Carrier Air Croup One, made the trip'fromSan Schoolis Air Training Command where students
fascinating story of the people "Skyralders" Objective of the Airman
concerned. We are familiar with leading the way in a Banshee jet. Francisco with only one stop to provide non-rated personnel receive advance studies up-

the idea of personal names for The remaining planes I arrived for refueling. A maintenance crew with information basic to Naval on graduation from Airman Schoolare

storms but in this book the storm home over the weekend with the in an R4D transport plane broughtup Aviation in preparing the trainees : aerographer, NAS Lake-

Is actually the leading character.A last one landing at 1500 Sunday. the rear, making all necessary for entrance to Class A Schools; hurst, N. J.; Air Controlman, NAS

book to enjoy and to remember CAG-1 departed here last December repairs. 'with information and practical factors 01 a the, Kan.; Aviation Electri
28 aboard the aircraftcarrier I cian's Mate NAS Jacksonville
necessary, to complete the ;
USS Midway on a six- qualifications for airman; with a Aviation Ordnanceman NAS
Gift From The Seat<< A few
.. month cruise that Included stopsat SAFETY general knowledge of each avia- Jacksonville; Photographer's mate,
weeks at the seashore inspired
Cape Town, Manila, Hong tion rating BO the trainees may NAS Pensacola; Aviation Storekeeper -
this thoughtful volume by Anne Kong and Japan. Box Score elect a rating in which they are NAS Jacksonville; Struc-
Lindbergh. It has been on the ,
Not the least Important of the Interested or for which they are tural Mechanic, NAB Memphis;
best seller lists for some time and Disabling Injuries Through
Midway's "stop-overs" was a de- qualified; with proper counseling Parachute Rigger, NAS Lake-
think it will be read for
we yearsto
lay en route while the ship and Tuesday, July 2, and assignment to Class A schools hurst; and Tradevman, NAS Memphis -
those who shar-
come by enjoy
her fliers took part in the Tachen This Month 2 !In accordance with the needs of .
ing thoughts which go beneaththe
surface of tangible things. Island evacuation in the Formosa This Year 10 the Navy and the ability and adap- Airman school is administeredby

Strait last winter. Days Since Last tability of the individual. a Marine major, assisted by
Winter: An excellent choice for
The Midway arrived in San Lost-Time Accident 7 TUB ACADEMIC level of about six phase and training office. ,
those who wish to get away fromit
Francisco last Thursday and the directly responsible to the Com-
all. A man's story of the
personnel of CAG-l's staff, VC-62 ., .... ......., .. manding Officer of the Naval Air
-" ,.. """"' ;'"
spent alone in the far north de- :' .m.. y f.T. ;
: Y./-! : Technical Training Center.
} .
himself to survivein .
pendent upon 7f
,. f.
completely primitive surroundIngs [ ; /IW. : & ; f' : TEN COMPANY commandeis,
Your Instrument ;;; : : # {
with only his dogs for com- I ....>> : ,t. consisting of Marine sergeants, are
pany. advisors to the students in their
Flight Quiz i ;OJ!' *" -0:
Parkman Reader: Those who companies. The companies in turn

recall the pleasure of a first read- (From time to time Fawtulant 4 ., are broken down into four sec-
Trail (if don't, I tions with guidons and a section
ing of Oregon you Detachment Able, NAS Jackson ;
you should!) will be glad to knowof ville's own instrument training leader chosen from among 'the

tills collection( of Parkman's school, will pose questions on in- students.

writings. strument flight and procedures). Each week an honor company

The answers to these questionsand is selected with special liberty allowances -

9 At Supply the regulating publicationsare as a reward. Competition -

to be found on Page 8. 4i among the eight companiesin
the school is keen, selection of
Pins 1. Minimum en route altitudes,
Awarded b.., a'4AM the honor being based
as published in the Radio Facility -
<' 49 h R ., upon barracks cleanliness, disci-
Charts, are specified in TRUE :. u. ', n
For SafetyNine altitude. True or False? '" <" ,k't. : "' w1Ir. pline, sports program victories-
.:. :tf:: :;:, -IL classroom attitude, military appearance -
civilians of NAS Supply 2. A radio range has a class and marching ability.By .

department received safety award code of SDMRAZ. The SB stands ,..: ...,.??, .II, this criteria not only are the

during a simple ceremony for Scheduled Weather Broadcast ...: :.
pins students judged but by the com-
conducted last Wednesday. True orFalse? commanders and instructors
!P1.... pany
The awards, presented by Capt. 3. The phrase "Via night Plan- :1t/Ytrtt:5/: as well.
James J. McKinstry, new NAS ned Route" has been adopted for '"'.= ; ;,AN:fags.. LIBERTY FOR the school i Is

Supply Officer, were made to ac- use in air traffic clearances. If ;1:. fl.' 'J;< .' confined to weekends, beginningafter
., ... ,
cident-free supervisors, whose rec- given a clearance "Via Flight 'to .. -4< the final class period on Fri-

ords ranged from two to nine Planned Route," a pilot would ,,. ,- I ,, day and expiring at 2330 on Sun-

years Inclusive. fly the route and altitude as des- # day. Mid-week liberty is a spe-

Receiving awards were Joe ignated in his DD 175. T or F7 "H't. ". ,1.1.'")'. ;" .. ;t t} cial privilege. The march to chow,

Hodges, leadingman; William Wil- 4. When a CAA Navigationalaid ..- .,-"...-.,,, toand from classes, and to their
liams, leadingman; Samuel Kirk- is unreliable, the code letter
"HEY, THAT'S US"-While Betty Corson (at desk), discusses barracks upon completion of their
land, quarterman; English Hilton, "U" will be transmitted duringthe with Mrs. John Damon the registering of the latter's twin sons school hours. "It's Junior collegein

leadingman; Alfred Szarmanski, period of unreliability. T or F? in the Kiddie King and Queen Contest sponsored by the Navy a military fashion," one ob-

foreman; Ernest McLaughlin, t Wives Club to raise the scholarship fund, the twins are surprisedto server said.A .
William Lowe, lead Tennessee Ernie once had this find their photographs mounted on a contest poster. Wayne
quarterman; advice for motorists: "If you're (right and Duane, 5, are ,real "look alikes" and are used to the rugged, organized sports program -
ingman; James Raulerson,. quar- attention they always arouse The contest Is for children up to 12, 'is held once a week bt1nnlng' -
In ,
terman, and Don Whitner, leading- troubled with the noise your and offers various categories of registration. The .fudging will take '
nun car, let HER drive." place August 7. ,


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. tPago rout JAX AIR NEWS 21 July 1955 _
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: "He Does The Impossible"CARTER'S II


: I INGENUITY : S. :ki


> I It's a job for Edward Carter \ wrc+Y ak
tamed by connecting it to the
t M AMI, if it's a job for
lane's selector
> canopy valve,
., S Fleet Aircraft Service Squadron through the starboard access door. 'i's., .. -
s Six's structures and
), The AirLant Bulletin had recom-
I it looks impossible.
mended that the
) ', A Fulton, Edison, and Whitneyall
be connected directly to the canopy Y
wrapped In one package (or so
cylinder, through the port access -
his enthusiastic fellow workers door. ,.

say), Carter Is a quiet talking, ;;.
thin, six-footer, who, this week received The canopy test stand was hardly a

I a commendation from the finished before Carter was 4
handed another hard nut to
commanding officer of Fasron Six, crack.

f Comdr. Max C. Replegle, for his Fasron Six had received a new
\ BuAir No 231 that had
"devotion to duty, initiative, per- ,
, to be installed on all F9F-6 Cougar
severance, outstanding me-
chanical ability" tts immediately.

The commendation cited three CHANGE 231 consisted of two ----

recent accomplishments as illus- aluminum plates, about the size of INVENTOR AT WORK-Edward Carter, AMI, of Fasron Six, checks his portable canopy test
trations. a man's hand, that were to be stand on one of Fighter Squadron 43's F3F-8 Cougar Jets. The stand is connected to the plane's

WHEN FIGHTER Squadron 173 fastened over the front take-up canopy selector valve, through the starboard, access door. Carter has been cited for such recent accomplishments -'
involving mechanical problems.
deployed recently, it would have bushing of the main landing gear

had to leave two FJ-3 Fury jets to keep the bushing from backing -

behind, seriously impairing their out. Each of the plates were I Brazilian Students At AGO SchoolA II

potentiality, If it hadn't been for to be held in place with four quar-

Carter. lie changed the fuel cellson ter-inch bolts.

those two FJ-3s In record time, This was a relatively simple job, 07-student class 'of Naval nounced.

Just In time for VF-173 to take but there was one difficulty. Unless Reserve and Brazilian Navy officers The two Brazilian officers

them along to the Mediterranean. something held the plates in will begin an eightweekcourse are Lt Wigando Engelke and

Soon Fasron Six's structures place while the holes,for the bolts at Aviation Ground Of- Lt. Carlos Albuqerque, both of

shop had another problem. It were being drilled, they would be Rio de Janiero. The other 95 Excitement of the week around
ficers School at NATTCenter
received instruction, via AlrLant off center. officers are reservists, recent the Wave Barracks is the prepar
next Monday, Lcdr. J. K. A. graduates Officers Candidate
FDF Aircraft Technical BulletinNo. Carter designed what he felt ation for the 13th anniversary

248, to inspect and adjust the would solve the difficulty. lie Bobbltt, training officer, an- School at Newport, R. I. semi-formal dance to be held tomorrow -

canopy actuating cylinder of all took his idea to John) Petty, AMC, night. Committees have

F9F aircraft This work was to In Fasron Six's machine shop, and Servicemen Offered been working for the last few

be done as soon as practicable, between them they turned out a I Chicago Trib FreeThe weeks making sure all will be

but not later than the next peri- small gadget that resembled ship-shape for the dance
Chicago Tribune is offer
odical Inspection and at any time short, fat bolt six-month Then there is the problem fac-
ing a number of free
the canopy, canopy seal, or cano- IT WAS A three-Inch piece of subscriptions to members of the ing the Wave personnel of what

py cylinder was replaced. round (two inches in diameter) Armed Forces. SALTY HUMOR FROM dress to wear and what "fella" to
There was just one catch. A ask. A lot of hard work has
aluminum stock, with a flangeon The have gone
daily subscriptions
special kind of testing apparatus,
into this
the backside to hold the plate, been underwritten by business making anniversarydance
not available locally, was neededto
another flange to fit the inside and professional men in the Chi the best the Waves have
make this Inspection and adjustment ; Every day the man left the factory ever held. Tomorrow night when
diameter of the bushing, and a area.Servicemen.
So Carter designedand wheeling out a wheelbarrowof
all the
threaded end to hold the plate desiring to receive guests begin to arrive,

built one. light while the holes were being the paper should write to Thomas sawdust, and every day he personnel who have so willingly
HIS PORTABLE canopy test drilled. Dixon Assistant of would be stopped by the guard given of their time to make this
stand is composed of a hydraulicfluid who would work his hand throughthe festive occasion
The Carter-Petty tool has been Circulation, Chicago Tribune, Chi an unforgettableevent
reservoir, made from two sawdust trying to detect atol- will look their
used by the Naval Air Reserve cago 11, Ill on birthday
instrument cans welded together; en goods. But each time, he found celebration
Training Unit ,and Composite Rank, serial number and service as a complete success.
a hand pump, F4U-4 type; a se- nothing except just plain sawdust.
Squadron 62 Both units reportthe address should be Included in the Haven't you heard? The Crack-
lector valve, four-way-type;' a pres-
tool does the Job, perfectly. subscription request. (AFPS) This went on and on, so finally erjax softball team has a Davy
which to
sure registers
the old guard said, "Now look Crockett. No fooling, the Waves
2,000 pounds, and the necessaryflex here, you've been wheeling out
combine has its own Davy in the
lines. All of this is arrangedin
a.. sawdust for almost a year now, form and shape of first baseman
a logical order and bolted to
and I know
you're stealing some- Lynn Stewart, a fervent admirerof
wooden base or platform.As thing. Just between you and me, the man of the frontier. Lynn
soon as the test stand was
buddy, what are you steaJing1"The has all the Davy Crockett gear
it tried out
completed was on one
: reply was, "Just between she can possibly find. Closest to
of Fighter Squdaron 43's F9F-8s,
11 E you and me, ol' pal, I'm stealing her heart is her coon-skin hat
and was found to work perfectly.
wheelbarrows 1" which she wears on and off the
While testing the test stand, VF-
ball field.
43's maintenance department FLrt
found that best results were ob- \ Teacher: "If your mother gave On the CrackerJax last trip to
you a large apple and a small Pensacola Lynn (better known as

apple and told you to divide! with Davy the Second) recruited three

First District your brother, which would you scouts from the team. If you don't

give him?" believe it, go to see the Cracker-

Fire Confab Johnny thought it over for a jax play and notice the first

minute and then said, "Do you baseman wearing the coon-skin

Is SuccessThe mean my big brother or my small hat! You will probably witness

SjY Ati' 0 brother?" three team members following in

first district-wide fire prevention her footsteps wearing Davy

conference within i I the Figures may not lie, but girdles Crockett scout caps.

Sixth Naval District, came to a keep a lot of them from tellingthe
Wearing new seaman stripes as
successful close last Friday at the 1 J J't truth.
..,,0' a result of exams are: Gladys

Naval Air Station Jacksonville. ",....', ......." ''.. Ackee, TESN; Diana Fitzpatrick,
Arranged and coordinated by _/;.............-........ <",'\ '' -,., ,.; ,..:.WAlrj:; ;;; "What in the world made you SN Ann
; Harsche, SN; Roma
Lloyd Hart, district fire marshal, SALES TALK-Advantages of reenlistment in the Navy are pick out Helen for a girl friend, Wood, TESN; and Carol Hoo'ser,
the conference was designed: to explained to Robert Abrams, AMAN, at NATTCenter, by Frank Bill?" asked a friend.
create clearer understanding Kladek, AQ1, In the Center's program of Increasing its reenlist- "It's because she's different SN. Special congrats go to Carol
I' ment quota.,The program Is sponsored by the Education and Information Hooser' who made the highest
the definite alms of the Navy'sfire Office.ShortTimers. from other girls," replied Bill
I grade of anyone taking the exam -
protection program. I "Different In what way?" pur-
including men and women.
Addressing the group Thursday Get Latest Scoop sued the friend.

morning, Hart stressed a need for "She's the only girl who'll have Wilhelm Pieck goes for a walk

observing the utmost economy in me for a boy friend," was the answer and meets an old woman. "Hovr

personnel and equipment without i In Center's I 1.&, E ProgramAn are you?" he asks her. "Ah," she

impairing security.C. moans, "it's getting worse. We'll

Aubrey Silvey, of the Area hour's program of education While the Training Center hasa 'Please give me a ticket for soon have no more clothes to

Wage Classification Office, spokeon and information is being 75 percent reenlistment record Magnolia." wear."

the Navy's classification and given prospective reenllstees in most of the "re-ups" have The man spent some time care- Fleck consoles her and explainsto

timekeeping procedure for fire the Navy at NATTCenter by the come from the schools. Ship's fully examining the time tables. her the grandiose economic recovery -

fighters, replacing the talk ached- Education & Information Office. Company personnel, Chief He seemed to have no success, so of the'Soviet Zone. "You

uled by John Burton who was Classes of approximately 20 Frakes reported, is below the finally turned to the old lady and must consider, my dear woman,

called to Pensacola. Fiscal personnel persons, all "short-timers", are school level. said: 'Aunty, I'm afraid I can't the savages in Africa and the Pa-

'i, from the Naval Station held. Graphs and charts, showing To encourage careermen, the find Magnolia. It doesn't seem to cific have nothing to put on, either -

I Green Cove Springs; Navy Fuel the benefits of the naval entire Navy program with its be listed in any of these time and they are feeling very well

j Depot, NAAS Mayport, NAS Cecil service, :as' c9mpirea': :' to J life on: actual and fringe benefits Is tables. Where is it?" Indeed."

Field, and NAS Jacksonville (attended I the "' ranjces! : t } it : ?\ )by! thoroughly< explained from; all "There she is, over there settingon "Really; the woman asks.

I this part of the conference I IIarry.J }i't and f an-. I angles to'the prospective reenlistees. the bench," calmly answeredthe "How long bar the'Russians been
{program cis 1O ladekr ,4Q}. 9 I old lady. there 1"5 ;, ,
1 t 8a. S i" II! t A f

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r r1r Hints For
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The Club would like to offer LIVING
congratulations to all the new
Chiefs and hopes to see them frequently -
at the club. A common greeting between
The initiation of chiefs went acquaintances on Naval Air Station
over in a great big way. Chief < Jacksonville is "Hi, how are
Kowalskl acted as master of ceremonies you beating the heat?" The usual
and as such judged the discouraging reply is "Brother,
dance contest. I'm not, any suggestions
The Friday Night patio dance is To dress for excessively warm
becoming more and more a big 1 hLCJZ x ,, weather, as far as uniform apparel -
event of the week. The band has is concerned, we can only sug-
made a few changes. 1 gest: men, have no fear to wear
M/Sgt. Tupper is leaving and Bermuda shorts; Waves, If you
we would like to wish him the I must wear hose, why not try
best on his new assignment. I seamless-they are more comfor
Cooking at home during this hot table and much cooler. Also, your
weather, is strictly for the Birds. ...._ ...1' __ IR_., H Grays are considerable cooler
Why not come on out to the club PLAN BIRTHDAY PARTY-Although the 13th Waves anniversary is not until July 31, some than the heavy woolen blue
and enjoy the Sunday specials that 200 Jax area Waves will hold their party-dance this Friday at the NAS Cecil Field enlisted club. skirts.
The Waves have planned for a big evening, with
dancing to jet underway at 2000. The planning
out of this world? the For free hours
are have
Bring loads
we of
committee, above, Includes (left to right) Betty Rice, SN; Susie Helman, SN; Pat Ryan, SN; Ltjff( )
family, have a swim and top it Anne Brenttise, and Beverly BIstodeau, YN3.PreAnniversary hints on how to dress to "beat ;
off with a mighty fine dinner. --- I the heat.
The Stag Lounge is just about Men have a disadvantage over
ready to open and the furniture is Dance Set Connecticut Vets women since they must cover ,
due in this week. The drapes are more of themselves, but it they
almost up, thanks to Mrs. Betty For Jax Area To Get Bonus select the right materials and
Lane, who has done the tailoring Friday Waves"I'm Connecticut's Korea veteranswill colors, they can put up a good
necessary to hang them. stiff
fight against nature.
be paid a bonus ranging
a teen-ager now !1"
The Navy Waves, which trans been carried out entirely by the from $10 to $300, depending on For the casual movie or Infor-
Chief Halstead Ends lated means "women accepted enlisted Waves in the area. A length of service mal date, a man's best bet is
volunteers for emergency service committee headed by Susie Hel- About 90,000 Connecticut ser- slacks made of dacron and woolor
20-Year CareerA ," arrives officially July 31 at man, SN, and Fredericka Kerri- vicemen and women are believed dacron and acetate, two dur-
fishing camp and yacht basinon this exalted milestone when they gan, YN3, has been working hard eligible.I i I Applications able yet very lightweight materials
Doctor's Lake is the dream of celebrate their 13th birthday an- for the past several weeks. Peggy from eligible veterans are now that wear like iron, and a
Larent G. llalstead, Jr., AEC, an niversary. But with all the en- O'Neil, SKC heads a transportation being cool cool, short sleeved, light col-
instructor in Aviation Electrician'sMate thusiasm and inspiration of the committee, while cochairmen ored, sports shirt.
School true" adolescent of the decorating committeeare Select a nylon or dacron cord
who was retired to Jacksonville the Jacksonville area.
the Fleet Reserve this 'week after Waves weren't able to wait that Beverly Bistodeau, YN3, and A number of military guestsof suit for that formal party or
20 years of Naval service. long to have a party and picked Judy Dirkson, SN. Lillian Whitney dance. You won't be sorry be-
is chairman of honor will be on hand, includ- cause besides being
refreshments just about the
Chief Halstead, whose home is Friday, July 22, to celebrate.A ,
in Norfolk, plans to make his new semi-formal dance will be and Julie Chermick, DT2, is ing Capt. John S. Thach, Naval coolest material on the market,
resIdence in Jacksonville. held at 2000 Friday at the En- chairman of entertainment. In- Air Station's commanding officer; it can be washed and needs no

listed Men's Club, NAS Cecil vitations and publicity have been Capt. Edward C. Kenney, Naval ironing.So .
Field. with music by Charlie handled by Pat Ryan and Nancy Hospital's commanding officer men, when you by clothes
2-Week Course Ward SN.Dress ;
Connor's Combo. During the intermission take into consideration color end
Capt. Henry C. DeLong, NATr-
at 2100 Capt. John S. for the evening, the girls I fabric besides your own personal
For ReservesOf Thach, commanding officer NAS point out, will be jacket and tie Center commanding officer; Rear taste. Above all, remember that
Jacksonville, will cut the first or dress uniform for men, and Adm. John Perry, CommanderFleet cut is important too.
Jax VMF-144 slice of birthday cake lIe will appropriate evening attire for Air Jax; Rear Adm. GeorgeC. Did you know that the shapeof
be introduced by Lt. Elsie Hanson women. Crawford, Commandant Sixth a lapel can make your face
A condensed, two-week course senior Wave officer here. BOTH CIVILIAN and military Naval District; Comdr. C. V. seem less full and heavy; the cut
for the regular eight-week Airman Actually the advanced date was dignitaries have been invited to Johnson, commanding officer of of a coat give you an appear-
Preparator School curriculum was selected by the local Navy women attend the event. Civilian guests NAS Cecil Field, and all the ance of greater height and the
Instituted this week for 45 Marine because the national anni who will attend are: Mayor Hay- heads of the Naval Air Station style of an overcoat conceal any
Corps Reservists from VMF-144; versary celebration is being held don Burns of Jacksonville; Mayor departments. excess weight? Find out your best
Under T/Sgt. Harold Haglund of in Miami over the weekend of J. T McCormick of Jackson- -- 4. style and stick to it. For help in
Jacksonville.All July 29th. A number of Jackson, ville Beach; William Johnson, of "Daddy, what is heredity?" discovering how to improve your
the Reservists, here on regular ville's Waves are making plansto the Jacksonville Chamber of "Heredity, my boy, is what a personal appearance, Dorothy
two-week summer maneuversat attend. Commerce; and Mrs. E. H. Strat- man believes in until his son be- Stote's "Men Too Wear Clothes,"
the Naval Air Technical TraInIng PLANS FOR THE party have ton, the only Yeomanette living ,gins to act like a fool." a gold mine of ideas and suggestions -
Center, are from the JacksonVille is available at the library.
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area. Cottons are always the cool-
Under T/Sgt. Samuel Griffin of Flying Better Than Mess-Cooking est and most comfortable wearing
Airman School as company com- i I I apparel'for women during sum-

mander, this is the first time sucha So He Became A 'Flying Sergeant9 mer weather. Morning, afternoon,
program has been tried by the or evening wear the multitude of .
Marine Corps. Major Edward Ma- styles, colors, and cotton mixtures
loney, training 1 officer of the Washing pots and pans in the "At that time most Air Force make selections easy.
school Marine Corps resulted in Capt. personnel who saw our sergeant The fabric "
and his staff have prepared new "Fabrex, usedin
the condensed course to fit the Thomas G. Mooney, assistant. rankings wondered where we"rode" suits and skirts, along with
time limits of the Reserve train- training officer of Airman Pre- in the single-seater jets 'Easytime Cotton," both of which
because they could only see one
ing program. b are crease resistant, are ideal for .
paratory School at the Naval Air in the i
seat plane and couldn't
MOST OF THE Instruction is in .s work and travel. For that special
the field, and academic subjects Technical Training Center here, find an officer or the other seat," summer formal select a dress of
,such as mathematics and physics becoming a Marine Fighter pilot Captain Mooney recalled. cotton satin. It has the coolness
have been deleted. There is con- and the second enlisted Marineto TilE FIRST JET he flew was I and comfort of cotton with a dressy -
siderable classroom instruction in check out as a pilot of jet aircraft the FH-Phanlom, but since November i satin look. .
the rate shops, aircraft familiarization 1943, he has flown Ban, I May we suggest though that
.and survival, as well as actual "Flying was better than mess shees, Panthers, TV-2's and the kTf iti: unless absolutely necessary, you
demonstration of aircraft and cooking," he said. Air Force's F-86 Sabres. lie piloted shy away from dark colors since
aircraft equipment. The Marine officer enlisted in the latter in Korean on an they absorb and hold the heat.
"In the rate shops," Major Maloney 1942, a few weeks after Pearl exchange program with the Air Also, too tight clothes become hot
pointed out, "these newcomers Harbor, and in October, 1942, Force and uncomfortable with wear.
will have a chance to prepare, joined the Naval Aviation Cadet Captain Mooney has a total of !A Full skirts, scoop necklines,
themselves for further advance- Training Program as a seaman 2,900 hours and has flown 189 and opened toed shoes, make for
ment in the Reserves and select second class. He received his missions, 96 of them in Korea a good looking, comfortable, and
the ratings in which they expectto wings as a Marine Corps 2nd Lt. and 93 in World War II. t cool outfit for any informal or
specialize by additional study. in August 1943, and was discharged -I In Jacksonville Captain Moo- formal occasion.The .
SUBJECTS Include gunnery, after serving in the Sol ney helped out on the Marine .
parachute jumping and landing, omons, Philippines and Okinawa Reserve Program when the Corps minister was baptizing the
life vests, sea, tropical and arctic during World War II. changed from Corsairs to the jet- infant. "Name please," he said to
survival, ship and aircraft recog- liE REENLISTED in 1946 with powered Banshees and Cougars. the father
nition, safety belts and shoulder the rank of master sergeant and Still remaining on the captain'slist "It's Reginald Montmorency
traps, beaching, launching, spotting -. while serving with VMF-122, the is to check'out on carriers. ChQlingworth Athelstan Burping-
and securing of aircraft, firefighting first Marine Corps squadron to Enlisted pilots, .weren't allowed ham III, replied the father.. '
I jets, was checked out while ,on board) when he bad carrier, SCAM+ >The minister turned to, ha! alp'
fueling? and defuellng, : get THOMAS'MOONEY': .
cockpit checkout enlisted man and Joined :duty and he never has landed prl ]istant: : .
starting engines, still an : one of the Marine Corps
taxi signals, and theory of flight I the Marine's "Flying Sergeants. flown from a flattop deck. | first "flying sergeants." "More water, please.


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, Crackerjax Split With Lamb's ,Bass

Tops Civilian
Pensacola; Now 255The

t" The Jax Navy Waves Crackerjax softballera found their tiring Fish EntriesA
. of 12 straight victories rudely snapped last weekend, bowing in the 1 ? r fli j
! i PI '
t I
ig' black
) : opener of a twin bill with the Pensacola Gosettes. 'e 12-pound, 5-Ounce bass

,'. After succumbing 19.2 in the caught in the St. Johns river by
Ingles to go ahead 1410. That
i, first of a twin-bill against the James Lamb, was good enough to
Is the way it ended, u Pensacola
4 Pensacolans, the Crackerjax came oiled to score in the bottom of win first the men's division

," back to turn the tables and win the eighth. Ellen Carlson received during the month of June,

I 1410. The local Waves overall credit for the victory, her 18th it was announced by the Naval
record Is 255.
I now of the season.
,' Air Station's Black Bass Fishing
The first fray was all Pensa- The Crackerjax will be after

cola, with the Crackerjax badly victory No. 26 this Saturday when Committee.For .

.: outclassed. It was a different story they meet the tough Eglin AirFare his record catch, Lamb, of

.. In the second sotto, In which Wafs here.Crackerjax. the Plant Division of O & R, received -
the count see-sawed several times. Schedule N a Coleman stove.

M Saturday, July 23 Iit'4 ; Helen B. Walker, wife of F. J.

The Crackerjax, in the second Home game-CrackerJax vs. Eglin : Walker, Jr., of the Machine Division -

game, opened with a three-run Air Force Wofs. I of 0 & R won a Coleman I

flurry in the first, only to see the Monday, July 23BrentwoodCrackerjax stove for catching a seven-pound, t(
?L ,., ,, ,., aaa i,o'rsf'' ,ce aos
Cosettes move ahead ,.3 in their vs. Pep- : four-ounce black bass, in the W 0- I

half of the first. The Goaettea< 1-Cola.. ROUNDING THIRD Scout Buddy Scherer rallops around men's Division. She made her .
added three more tallies in the Wednesday\ July 27 base while third-sacker! Gerri Gorsky awaits the throw. This action I catch at Lake Geneva using a
/ second to lead 73. was snapped during the Crackerjax-Scout 131 exhibition II III
Murray Hill Ci acker Jax vs.Oceanway. I cane pole and a live shiner.
fray played last Thursday The Crackerjax: defeated Troop 131,
Not to be denied the Cracker-
13-7. I FOR HIS CATCH of a two-
jax knotted the count at 7.7 in
pound, four-ounce black bass on
the third and the count ..
changed rwa,+ af K A TR if tai ysvYl' a live shiner in Santa Fe Lake,
hands until it was tied 10.10 at the AFPS SPORTS
Russell Feco, son of Roger Fecoof
end'Or seven innings. O & R, won a reel in the
t SIn
a y. At M y' f Y iY.My f KF y, Roundup Child's Division.
the top of the eighth the
Out of the 15 entries receivedfor
Crackerjax took advantage of free'
(ly Armed Fore* PINS S.rvtc.) the month of June, the entry
passes, wild pitches and timely
Archie Moore's third round KO drawing prize of a Coleman lamp

over Bobo Olson was his 120th win went to Rose W. Neal of 0 & R.

Rods andNimrods In 19 years and his 21st straight She caught a three-pound, eight-

I I since December 1951 AFR- ounce black bass in Santa Fe

OTC cadet Howard "Hopalong" Lake on spinning tackle, usinga

Caauuly, Ohio State AilAmericanhalfback mirro lure.
IE School Holds Slim LeadIn
Interesting lisa stories emanate who sparked the Buck The committee has announcedthat

from all quarters among the anglers eyes' Rose Bowl victory last year, prizes for August will be a

of Overhaul and Repair with Hot Center Softball RaceWith Li on four-weeks summer trainingat tackle box for winners in the

some large sized ones being i Connally AFB, Tex. S/Sgt. Men's and Women's Divisions, a

caught. The best one yet happened Paul Wright, formerly an assist- rod for the children's winner, anda
Bob Elites hurling a no-hit rune Aviation Electrician'Ayes"
; just a few days ago and ant coach at Eastern Kentucky special night light for the en-
surged into a half game lead in the NATTCenter intramural
fishing enthusiasts wonder if there State College, heads the athletic try drawing.
Softball league by scoring a 9-1 victory last week over NAWS School. I
are any fish left in the ocean. department at Clark AFB, P. I. All employees and members of
Last week marked the end of the
t F. It. Mills and party of four regular season of play but six LL 0; AE-A School 19, AO-A In addition to being the leading their families are eligible to par
t did thugs School 7 NAWS School 12, AK-A of the Ft. Carson Colo.
differently this time.Hiring games remain to be made up and ; slugger ticipate in the station's black
Capt. Stubbs' boat somewhere were being played off this week.) School 6; AN-P School 7, AO-B baseball team and coach of the bass fishing contest. All em-

I in the southern part of Meanwhile the Sparkle, an a School 0; AK-A School 10, AN-P Carson Little League Club, Cpl. ployees and members of their

,. North Carolina, they headed out result of their win over NAW.SSchool School 6.NATI'CENTER. Billy Martin, former Yankee sec- families are urged to compete in

to do some deep sea fishing. Thir- 1 Mlftailenirn, have the inside SOFTBALL ond baseman, also writes a sports this contest, and may obtain en-

ty-five miles from land, the Mills' track for their fourth AE-A School ........?...... 22 5 column for the Six-Ace, monthly try blanks from members of the

party started catching fish, and straight softball title. NAWS School ..._...?... 21 5: publication of the 61st Inf. Regt. committee.

they caught, and caught: and Last week's results: AK-A School .?........,.... 18 9 His first column: "What it takesto COMMITTEE members in 0

caught. AO-A School 7, AO-B School 0; AO-A School ....???.?.? U 12 be a major league ball player" & R. Department include Czerl

S NAWS School 7, SS-lst Lt. 0; AN-r School ..?..??._.. 10 11 Ken DeCarlo, a member of B. Corbin, chairman, joiner shop,
When the trip was over, the ... .. _.. the U. S. nine in the Pan-Am
NAWS School 14, AOA School 13 AO-B School ? ? 8 19 plant maintenance; Robert. L.

staggering count was 455, includ- (six Innings); AN-P School 7, AO- AES<' ...?...?.?._ 6 16 Games is currently hitting over Brown, process division; RobertW.

ing: Spanish mackerel, amber jack, D'School 0; AE-B School 7, SS-lst SS-lst ;Lt. _?...._.?__ 3 23 .'50 for the Sabres at Sampson Sheese, emergency repair;
and blues Good duty if you I II I -...---- AKB, N. Y. Willie E. Dobbs, power plant, and

con get it.Another. Champlain Linksmcu Eight years ago Gabriel Markl- Earl J. Hollificld, assembly divi-

fishing party of Larry Crackerjax sohn come to the U. S. as a refu- sion. Public Works members are

Larizza, Tiny Moore, Jim Sneed, Hold :Medal Tourney gee from Hungary. Now he's one Leslie M. Bennett, and JeanetteE.

Jimmy Hunter, Jack Markle and Too Much Personnel aboard the carrier of the nation's top sprinters and Reilly of utilities. Supply De-

Phil Faust fished the Gulf of Mex- will captain Princeton's track team partment is represented by How

ico out of Crystal River and boat- For ScoutsDespite USS Lake Champlain invaded the next year Stu Locklln, slugging ard II. Geyer.Responsibility.
station to
links last
Sunday conduct -
outfielder for the
ed 10 grouper with the largest Skyhawksat
for in
their own'72-hole medal turning
some timely hitting by play
Lockbourne AFB Ohio has
tipping the scales at 13% pounds
blanks rests with the
Dennis Gilson, Jim Baskerville A. B. Conner won the A divisionof been discharged and added to the em-
This one, was caught by Moore.
ployees. They urged to either
and Randy Bartlett, Boy Scoutsof the event with a 322 score. In Cleveland roster. The 26-year-old are
A. F, Thompson of Production mail their entry blanks to the
NAS Jax Troop 131 were the B division, Ed Hobbohan was rookie, was optioned to San Diego
Engineering did well for himself Black Bass Fishing Contest Committee
defeated, 13-7, last Thursday on victorious with a tally of 346. Al after training with the Tribe in
with five black bass caught on Box 22 U. S. Naval Air
Diamond the
Hospital by Nesbit took C division honors withan '51.
live shrimp below Shands Bridge. Station to them
or present a
Wave Crackerjax. aggregate of 378 and D. E. Heading the Eleventh Naval Dis-
Fishing has been very good More than 300 fans turned Steinfield was low man in the D trict's annual grid clinic at the committee member.named above
right along and is expected to within five days after their catch.
out to witness the exhibition affair with 415.
group a Naval Station in Long Beach, Col.,
continue until August 1. Francis proceeds of a cake and ice 4 .
July 26-28, will be Lynn Tappy" lassa Mauler" floored Willard seven -
Wagner of Public Works caught Wife "How fish it
cream sale in conjunction goingto : many
Waldorf, head coach at the Univer- times in the first round and
some nice bass in Lake Delancey defray expenses for the you caught Saturday, 1Ia.rry1" sity of California Hard to after three rounds it was all over,

using live bait. The I largest troop's outing to the Big Smokier Husband: "Six, darling all believe that Jack Dempsey is now A five-man skeet team from the

weighed eight 1 pounds* this summer beauties" 60 years old (born June 24, 1895)). Fitzsimons Army Hospital won the

The Scouts made a valiant effort Wife: "I thought so. That fish, Oldtimers still talk about his team title and 23 of 50 trophies in
L. E. Jordan of 0 & R Inspec-
to win, coming within one shop made a mil take again.' heavyweight title bout with Jess the Colorado State skeet tourneyat
tion fished 12 miles off Jax Beach,
run of tying the score in the They've charged us for eight." Willard (July 4, 1919)). The "Ma- Lowry AFB .
where he hooked a 150-pound tur- next to the last frame-but the

tle, and one barracuda which Waves stepped out with a five-

weighed Mr.:M.-:Welfare E. 15 Hughes pounds.boated of. 50 0 nice& Rand breamof run kerjax Diane rally, pitched Fitzpatrick in the for fifth, the of inning.the Scouts Crac-, I Five-Team Scramble* For IM Golf Honors I I ISpecial

mixed variety out of }.{cGld'si -
and Carol Hooser for the
i Creek at 104th Street.J. NARTU's linksmen continued to Services, 4.2; Hospital won STANDINGS

Z. Kaczetow: of 0 & R landed end are as follows: hold sway in the Mains Ide intramural by forfeit over VC-62; NARTU Team Pts.

four nice sized speckled trout, one Saturday, 23rd- golf league competition, walloped Hospital, 4-2 and VW-4 NARTU ......._.?.._.....?..?_ 26%
blue and three croakers on Heck 0500 to 10SO: 1515 to 2000 resting atop the heap with 26a% bested VP-18, '.2. Personnel _?._?_.? %3%

sher Drive. Sunday,.. 21th- points, with Personnel close be- Next week's schedule: FAW-ll _.__?._ 221FAWTU

G. F. Aldrich of 0 & R and his 0500: to; 1100: 1600 to 2000 hind with 23%'. Monday-FAW-11 vs. Hospital; _.......???, ,. %IYz

wife went deep sea fishing on the (This column '''Is for all hands. Low man for the week's com- VC-62 vs. Personnel; Special Sere hospital ____ 20%

Americana out of Mayport and Reports on flsKnlg can be sent 'directly petition was Comdr. Foster who, vices vs. Fasron 109. VC-6 ...._.___ J6Fanon %

boated 35 snapper averaging 2% to Jar: Air News or 'toJ Bob posted a low net 44.* Wednesday-Personnel vs. NA- 109...___ 1-1:

pounds each. Brown, accessories division' 'OiB, In most recent,, matches, Fleet RTU; Hospital vs. VP-18; Operations Spec. St'rv. ....... ..-......?..? Un!j jOperationu

Best times .fishing this week, ff'nlliloni :5W). 1 Air Wing 11 toolc' the measure 'ot vs. VW4. ?.?.?....??.??;?... 12


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\ JAX' I'

21 July 1955 AIR" NEWS' p'Q' ge Seven


Fliers Prep For Sobieraj Grabs Third

6ND Meet With LantFleet Tennis Title .

Upcoming Tilts Jax Navy's top trophy collector, Bantam Ben Sobieraj, added

another one to his large collection by annexing the Atlantic Fleet
Baseball fans will have an
op- In tournament at R. I.
Tennis Singles Championship play Newport,
portunity to decide for themselves
last week.
just how good the newly formedJax
Navy baseball contingent is No 1 man of the Jax Navy varsity I in the finals.

when the Fliers take the field tennis squad and representing S
against Pinecaatle Air Force Base b 7tiro AirLant, Sobieraj won the singles Wilson, also representing Air-

In a two-game series July 26-27 title the hard way, coming back Lant and Jax Navy, reached the

It will be the first taste of com- after dropping the first two sets quarter-finals of the singles play

petition tor the new squad, which to Ted Spears of FMFLant. before being eliminated.

will represent Jax Navy In the Len Curtis, another Jax Navy

Sixth Naval District tournamentat After losing 6-8 In the first set member, reached the semi-finals
Pensacola in August Next a and falling behind 3-6 in the sec- of the senior singles division be-

Tuesday and Wednesday's gamesare i'- ond, Sobieraj staged one of the fore bowing to Seidel. Seidel was

set for 1600 at Mason Field. greatest comebacks of his career'' later beaten by Kohlas In the finals -

Coaches Frank McCaffrey and to take the next three sets, 6-4, .

Chuck Dawson have come up with 6.3, and 60. .

what they consider their starting Itmake.. the third straight year Key West Wins
lineup. It will find Williams, N A T- that Sobieraj' has won the Atlantic -

TC, at first base; Young NATTC, '- '-> "- Fleet title. Ben will now go
second base; Youngblood, NAT- READY FOR ACTION Expected to gel their share of mound to the All-Eastern where he will 6ND Golf Play
duty in the Sixth
TC, third base; Vanover, NAS, coming Naval District baseball tourney are these compete with top racquetmen of
two lax Navy hurlers, Frank' Jankunis (left) and Bob Radoff. Key West Navy, captured the
shortstop; Vartola, NAS, left field; The Filers meet Plnecaitle Air Force Base at Mason!" Field next shore establishments and districts, Sixth Naval District golf tournament -
Yunerman, NAS, centerfield; Cul- Tuesday and Wednesday in their Initial taste of competition be- at Newport beginning July 25.: held at :
Memphis last week,
the 6ND
breath, NATTC, right field and playoffs.VC62 The Jax Navy twosome of So- edging Memphis Navy In a play-

Atwood, NATTC, behind the plate. bieraj and teammate Leon Wilson off.

Frank Jankunls" Bill Richards Cops Mainside fell by the wayside: in defense of Final I team standings: Key

and Bob Radoff have been selected their Atlantic Fleet doubles crown. West, ((1266)); Memphis, (1266));

to bear the pitching chores. Sobieraj and Wilson bowed to Kohl NAS Pensacola, ((1268)); and

Still in need of pitching help, Title With as and Seidel, 4-6, 6-1, and 6-0 Charleston Navy, ((13581.: Jacksonville -
according to the mentors, a good Clean SlateFinishing Navy did not enter team

look will be given to any personnel competition, but two Jax Navy

who think they have enough to with an unblemished slate of 16 straight triumphs Center Nine players entered individual play

help the team. Pitching prospects VC-G2 has captured the Mainside Intramural Soft- 1. Rome of Key West capturedthe

are urged to report to afternoon ball League crown and will meet the winner of the NATT Rests Sixth ND indlvldaul golf crown

practices being held at Mason I'' Center circuit for the all-station championship. Atop with a score of 299, followed by

I Field. I 'The NATTCenter champion has. It. K. Witzel, Key West, 304; Joe
tonight's game.
not been decided yet, with play McDonald, Jax Navy, :305; It Tur-
Braves Host To I still continuing in that league. IN LAST WEEK'S: results VC- City LoopSprawled ner, Memphis, 306; }f. Peutt, Pen- .
62 the touches
put finishing to its
WITH REGULAR season play sacola, 307; and P. Tarnow, :Miami
Rebels TonightResting concluded at Mainside, eyes are unbeaten string 'with a 16-1 win atop the Class A City I 309.

atop the Sally League turned now on playoffs for sec- over VP-5, as Don Glidewell hurled League with eight straight victories I I Bob Thlel), the other Jax Navy

standings with a comfortable lead, ond, third, fourth and fifth-place a one-hitter; Fosron 109 trampled and no defeats In the second entrant, posted a :229.Pcraonwl : .
Communications, 7.1; Operationswon .
half of play, the NATTCenter
the Jacksonville Braves host the positions. The playoffs are necessitated -
Montgomery Rebels tonight in the .as a result of two teams by forfeit over Communications ComFalrJax; baseball nine opens the final leg

first of a two-game series. tied foB second,, and three for VW-4 defeated of the schedule Sunday against i ii
7.5, and VP-18 subdued VW-4 91.
After Friday's affair with the third.. City Health Department on Mas-

Rebel' the Braves take to the NARTU and Fasron 109, tied MAINSIDE STANDINGS on Field at 1430

road until July 30 when they opena for third along with VP-18, will \'C-GZ ......,...........16 0 1.000lIo"'I Last weekend Coach C h u c kDawson's i

five-day home stand against collide in the first playoff game "' ldtal ............ 13 S .812 tossers'dumped Hal.dage -

Savannah and Columbia. tonight at the Hospital diamondat Operations _..... 13 3 .812 & Sons, 8.2, and on Sunday

NAltTU ............11 lJ ..687F'asron spilled the Post Nine Colonels, 51. .
Servicemen are reminded that 1930. Tuesday, July 26, VP-18
109 .......... 11 IS .6147 ( arc invited to visit
Frank Jankunls the mound
they can be admitted at reduced meets the Hospital, tied with Op- on
VI'-18 ..................11 5 .6H7 for the Maroon and Gold, the V8O Scrrtcctncn's Club at
tales, with proper Identification.All erations ,for second spot, at 1830 stopped
VW-t .................. 9 7 .562 Hardage with five hits at Wood- 37 West Monroe St. The Clubis
night frays begin at 2000 at at the Hospital Field. On the
FA W-11 _.......... 9 7 ..5621rAETU stock on He whiffed open from 0900 to 2330:\ da4l!/.)
the new municipal park, located in same day, following this game, Operations Saturday.
Thursday, July 21-8 P.M., Din-
_............9 7 .1>62VI' nine of the opposition and
East Jacksonville near the Gator will play the winner of except
Dowl. .................... S H ..100ComFalr.Ju for the first inning, was never in go and dancing claps} _,
..,.. 6 10 ni: : danger.Frank Friday, July 22-8 P.M., Mixed
4 Alton Parish Battle any
VI'.IS .............e.... L'5' 11 .312 dance games.
For Chess HonorsTied Personnel ........ ... 4 12 .%50 Do math helped the Saturday, July 23.8 P.M., I've
C'aulffJ along with two blooming Got A Secret.Sunday .
caDDThursdar. at one game each this week, Communications 4 12 ..2MVF
triples that accounted. for throe
Homer Alton of Naval Air Weapons -43 .................. 4 12 .250 July 24 Dunking I
System School and Jim Par- Supply _...t....... 3 U ..125BOQ runt Leo Keller .hit a pair of Round Table, free coffee and do-
July 21 Marine Aviation Detach- blnglfOII. nuts, then off to church with Junior -
ish of ..__._ 1 15 .062f
Mainside-Arrow In The Dust ment Disbursing were battling it Sunday Joe Hill pitched and hostesses; 'communlty sing at
(color drama); Sterling Hayden, batted NATTCenter to
victoryover 1730 and refreshments
out for the NATTCenter chess ..... .... vespers ;
Coleen Grey.NATTCFemale. championship. : : .y.:::;'": : the Colonels. He allowed only free movie at 2000.

On The Beach three safeties and collected a dou-
Winning trophies will be pre- Monday, July 25-Ping pong and
(drama); Joan Crawford, Jeff sented by James Reedy, an In- ble and single himself. Johnny song fest.

Chandler, Jan Sterling. structor in Aviation Electrician'sMate Culbreth, Gene Yost, Mel Young

Hospital-Wings Of The Hawk Schol, last year's champion. and Jim Youngblood also hit

(color drama); Van Heflin Julie twice, one of Culbreth's being a Spring Cup Play
Adams Summit Enters double. Now In
Friday July 22 > a Coach Dawson probably will ,

Mainside-The Golden Hawk start Bill Richards on the mound Competition in the Station's annual -

(coolr drama); Rock Hudson. Piper All-Marine against City Health Sunday. The Spring Cup handicap golf

Laurie. following Thursday the NATTCen tournament, which got underway .

NATTC-Arrow. In The Dust Links TourneyCharlie ter nine plays the Colonels on last Saturday is expected to con-

(color drama); Sterling Hayden, Woodstock at 2000. tinue for the next four weeks.
Summit, number four Richards continues to lead the
Coleen Grey. Here are the results of flrrt
man on the Jax Navy varsity Maroon and Gold batsmen with a
week matches'
JIospital-Female The Beach
on golf team, is the lone represen- .406 average.
(drama); Joan Crawford Jeff tative from NAS Jax In the All- First flight-Maze over Heyerby
Chandler Jan of RATTING AVERAGESHill default Hurst over Summittby
Sterling. Marine golf tournament which y ;
Saturday July 23 will be held August 1.( at Par- An II Ave default; Goodman defeated Bernard -

Mainside Saratoga Trunk ris Island. .................. 4 Z .GOO one-up; Mabry over Brozo
Richards _...31 15 .400 by default; Stutz defeated Gash-
); Gary Cooper, Ingrid This is the first year an All-
Bergman. Marine golf tourney has been Yo t ._ .6 2 .400 inns, one-up and Webb beat John-
E'.0tiY Young _..64 21 .3149 son, 2 and 1.
NATTC-The Golden Hawk held and entries are expectedfrom
HukkaYnncman..._......13 II .31U
(color drama); Rock Hudson, Piper Marine stations and bases Second flight: Foster won over
Laurie. all over the United States and .3 1 .333 Bozeman, 3 and 2; Johnson defeated -
Culbreth ........60 )9 .311 Hombuckle Haulk
from the Fleets.
''color Hospital-Arrow In The Dust Summit is a former club -..... Youngblood _.61 10 .31% downed Stice, one-up; Kcnfield
drama); Sterling Hayden, IN ALL-MARINE MEET- Vanover _.13 4 .307
at the Marine Corps beat Oakes 2 and 1 and :Mauldinwon
Coleen Grey. champion win- T/Srt. Charlie Summit of Aviation Dornath ...._...8 14 .%92 : by fault from Reed.
Station, El Toro, Calif., at
Air School
Ordnanceman Keller ........._.6( 11 ..176Jankunis 'I
My garden was such a success ning in 1954, and of Marine NATTCenter, and a memberof Third flight Bassett bested
3 .160
this Schools at Quantico, Va., Jax Navy's varsity golf; team, Bogdon one-up; Campbell defeated -
year, boasted a gentleman Corps Is the lone entrant from Jax Atwood .__...10 ::1, !.100Vartole
farmer Zumivalt, 3 and 2 and RobbIns
"that neighbor's chickens in 1948. All-Marine golf tourna-
my In the
,__.,3, 0 .1)00)
Is an instructor in Aviation held at Farris Island lost to Wilson by default.
took first prize at the poultry lie ment fo be I ,000
Dawson! .._, ...1 n, .
t ahov ." Ordnanccman School. Aug. 14. ,


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... ,Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 21 Julv. 1955

amIiJllDFOR New. ComptrollerFirst SCUTTLEBUTT T

RENT w A ,N Officer To

2 bdrm. unfurn. apt. 25SO River.

side Ave. EL 4-7111, or EV 87904. ; Fill Billet Here

Mrs. Cowart
f ,
$ ,
3 rm. turn apt. $11: 2 rm turn. Comdr. Ralph D. Ettinger, new

apt. $10; 512 Chelsea St. EL
Comptroller at the Naval Air Station ,
is the first full duty officerto
3 rm. turn gar. apt. and 6 rm.
turn. apt 2636 Myra St. EV fill such a billet here. In fact,

7-27C3. the function of a comptroller has

4 rm. turn apt 2022 Gilmore. EL ? only recently been Introduced in I!!!!.;;i

56785.: IL s government, circles, although Industry 0;I ,I ,i,lhiW"!! .t,

3 bdrm. apt. $75. 624 Lomax. EL has used such an office 'Ills etchings turned out to be a

5-5398. for many years.
battleship on his chest.

3 .bdrm. hse. unfurn. $100 mo. The importance and need of a

.2135 Riverside. EV 8-8414. comptroller here \\a best realized SurvivorContinued

Furn. apt $71 mo. 1223 Willow by a brief rundown of the duties '

Branch. EV 9-5998 Involved. Acting always in close ( from Pare 1))

4 rm. turn apt. 2653 Dellwood cooperation with the
commandingofficer $180 compensation, and
Ave. EV 7-5835: or EX 8-3491, i: the comptroller providesthe $200 OASI.

Mrs. Saser. ou s3N.3K .v.. :: .'. ''''' '....,.. w.w. latter with complete concise After Iu years under present
702 Klngsley Ave. 2 bdrm. turn. NEW COMPTROLLER ARRIVES Comdr. Ralph Ettinrcr factual data concerning allotmentsand laws, and until the older child becomes

apt. Inquire at 716 Klngsley, (center) looks over a file of figures assembled by: Lcdr. George .I project orders for which the 18, the present total benefits -

EV 94973. Hrlckley,. fiscal officer of NAS, and Philip Myers, deputy comp I commanding officer is responsible. drop to $248 (because the insurance
2 rm. turn. apt. 5011 Barrs St. troller of the Station. Comdr. Ettinger Is the first to hold the .
EV office on a full-time status. The billet is relatively new in the has run out); but under
8-2407. Navy u HE the proposal the $380 total package
ALSO IS called on to present
1133 Hamilton. 2 bdrm. turn hse. continues...
$65. mo. EL 6-7371. detailed realistic estimates of ANOTHER DROP
Chest Surgery operating funds required to complete comes in both
621 Lomax St. EL 55086. 4 rm. and
present proposed plans until
the mission of the
turn apt. $68. I (Continued from Page 1)) activity, the younger child becomes 18-to
and to
1 rm. in' pvt home for man. 4.58.. awarded the Bronze Star Medal, future anticipate funds with requirements recommendations for $203 (present) and $343 (proposed
W. 59th. EL 3-5457 I an Oak Leaf Cluster in lieu of a ). After that point, and until
1872 Ribault Circle. 3 bdrm. turn. as. to maximum rate and
Second Bronze Star Medal CATHOLIC the widow becomes 65, the ben
level of current expenditures which
or unfurn. brick hse. EV 7-2339. ([army), and a Gold Star in lieu efits are $70 per month presentand
Sunday-Mass-0800, 0900 1000 be incurred without sacrificing
may -
Two 1 bdrm. turn
apts. $50, $65 of the Third Bronze Star Medal, -St. Edward's Chapel. future needa. $180 proposed. Finally, after
mo. 2664 Hedrlck. EV 81598. each with Combat "V". age 65, and for the rest of her

4 rm. furn. apt. 2864 Olga Place. UPON RETURNING to the Dally Saturday-0630.-0800. i Comdr. Ettinger, who hits long life, the widow receives i $123

EV 7-2339. United States, he reported for a I been interested in this type of monthly under the present deal
Sunday-0630( -Mass at Hospital
4 rm. unfurn. apt. 3681 Hedrick. postgraduate course in surgery at Chapel. 0615-Confession. I work, was selected among others and $262 under the proposed. The

EV 90766. Northwestern University Medical by the Navy to receive special reason for the money Jump after

Partly Furn. Home, 5 rm, $100 School. In 1947 he became Assistant :MORMON training. He attended George 65 it the reinstatement of half of

mo. EV85971. Chief of Surgery at the 1930 Thursday-All Saints Washington University in 1054-55, the OASI which expired when the

FOR'SALE Naval Hospital Pensacola until Chapel Reading Room.CHRISTIAN and was awarded his master's degree younger child became 18.

3 bdrm. hse. $1,500 down. $49.50mo. 1949, when he transferred to the SCIENCE1900TuesdayMalnside in business administration in E-3 under two years service!
FHA. 5835 Oaklane Dr. EV Naval June. He had attained his BS degree For widow and five
Hospital Philadelphia as resIdent a one year-old
7-3280. Lt. Kelley. in surgery. In 1952 he was Chapel at the University of Mary child, present benefits begin at

3 bdrm. hse. Assume $8,000 G.I. assigned to the surgical service at Office on ramp. land. $295: (for first 10 years), drop to

4% 6034 Ortega Farms Blvd. Naval Hospital Bethesda, the fol. PROTESTANTThursday TIlE BILLET of comptroller $203 for three years, then to $70

Ext. 255, Lt. Branum. lowing year becoming Assistant July 21 I was established here about a year until age 65, and up to $122 there-

2 bdrm. C. B. hse. 5946 Oak Lane I Chief of Surgery.W 1900-All.Saints'Choir rehear ago, and until Comdv. Ettinger'iarrival after.. Proposed benefits would be

Dr., near NAS Cecil, $850 down, sal. i had been held by Lcdr. $204 for the first 13 years; $124

$H mo. EV 75618. Sunday, July 24 I George R. Brickley, fiscal officer, from 13th year to age 65, and
22' 1953 Westwood hse. trailer.
0800 Episcopal Communion as collateral duty $164 monthly thereafter.
Selling equity at sacrifice. Lot Service. Chaplain Nickelson. E-7 with 26 years' service: Herea
Philip P. Myers, deputy
9, Azalea Trailer Pk.
widow and two children aged 5
0930-Sunday School for
ages troller, has served the Navy in
28% hse. trailer with porch. 5558
& and 8 under present benefits re-
4 Junior 804.
through High. Bldg.
Civil Service status since
110th St. Ext 8280 Chief Lowe.
ceive $341 for the first ten years,
0930-Service of Divine Worship .
1922. Starting in the Supply Department
Chaplain Griffin. reduce to $203 for three years, reduce
at the Philadelphia Navy
wanted-Park, Aberdeen to W to $70 until age 65, and climb
1100 Service of Divine Wore
Yard, he transferred in October
NATTC. 0730-1610, Miss Bu-
to $122 thereafter. Proposed benefits -
ship. Chaplain Carpenter. of the same to the ac-
chanon, Ext. 8270. 1900-The United Fellowship of year would be $344, $296, $153, and
counting branch of the Naval Aircraft
Three riders wanted from St.
$225 at the same terminal points.
Protestants will meet at
Nicholas vicinity (Southside). Bldg. Plant He remained there
J<':xt. 515 i, Rowan. I: : 1 1Y 804. Meeting will include fourth until October, 1940, when he ar- -had C.CBridget been discharged.
film in "Life of Paul" series en-
rived at NAS Jax before it was
Lady rider wanted to Norfolk, Extracting a $5.00 bill from her
titled "Life .Jerusalem. No
back. Leaving on 8 August No commissioned. Named as super roll, she threw it to Fido. Then

expense. 11285834. 4 ,. admission. 9 visor, accounting b/anch, he remained the shocked mistress heard her exclaim

Two riders wanted, vicinity of-Col Tuesday, July: 26 in that duty until he was : "Sure'n I nlver fergit a

lege, King. 07301600. EV 8- R 1900 Lutheran Instruction officially given his present title friend. That's for helpln' me wash

1433, Ext. 8244, Mrs. Hare. !' j Class. Chaplain Pieper./,Al1 Saints' about a year ago. the dishes."

1900 .,.... .;'...w........,...., .N.'.," '. .. ".............. I
2 or 3 bdrm. furn. home, for .Episcopal Instruction

Congressman Bennett, for fouror \ Class. Chaplain Nickelson. Bldg. '

five months. Phone EV 8- 563. .. :a. ,

2691, Barker. St. Luke's Chapel (hospital) ,
Sunday, July 24 .., .

49 StationContinued 0930-Sunday School and Nurs >\'
I cry for children one through. 12 .

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AK3; William Hinkle, A03; John
chip. Chaplain Swets.Instrument .
Kenny, PNA3; Marvin Nelson, S

AC1; James Outland, YN3; Joseph -

Pasanella, IIM3; Joseph Rei-
mers, AE3; Mabel Riley, AG3; ?r* a ..DrMA11'SdAj r

Cornelius Rodgers, MU2; James Quiz Answers r

Schneck, AT3; Robert Sweigart, s

11M3; Lee Thibeault, DT3; Samuel Answers to Flight Instrument
Travis, AD2; Ill-HO" Mara Corday, Quiz on Page 3. & -'
often called the most photographed
Ralph Vara, HM3; Edward Wagner model in the world, 1. True; Ref: RADFAC, page

A02; Thomas Wall, AD2; is decked out in a western rig 3. .
Clarence Yonas, CD2; James Chaf. that shows off her charms to
good advantage. !Mara is plajrint 2. False; S Simultaneousrange ,.., '
fin, AB3; William Duck, AK3; her first starring role in homing and voice signals ..t- '
Dennis Fern, AT3; John Glenn, "The Man From Bitter Ridge." available. -
MU3; George Graham, ETR3; .
A man had come to install the Scheduled Weather Broad
Robert Gross, SC3; Vincent Cupo-
hillbilly's new TV set. "Now this," cast. Ref: RADFAC, page 4.
lo, YN2; Edwin Hares, TD2; WIN
lard Watson, AE1; and James he said, pointing to the antenna, 3. False; "Via Flight Planned THREE RESERVE CO's HERE-Fasron 109 Is host to three
"will have to go on the roof. Route" means route only and not reserve squadrons on annual two-week cruises. The reserve
Ferrell, AE3. squadrons are flying P4Y's and SNB's at a strenuous pace In
4 I "It's like I always tell you, altitude. order to get in as much practical experience as possible. Left to
One reason that the big apples Zeke," said the hillbilly's wife. 4. False; The coded and/or right are Comdr. Dale Newell skipper of VP-681, NAS Birmingham < .

are on top of the basket is becausea "One thing leads to another..Now voice identification will not be Ala.; Comdr. Robert Williams, CO of Fasron 109; Comdr.
skipper of Fasron 655, NAS Akron Ohio and
lot of little apples keep them we've got to put a roof on the broadcast during period of unre- Chris Chengelis, ,
Comdr. Georre Schulz, commanding officer of Fasron 305, .NAS,
up there. house." liability. Ref: RADFAC, page 212. Miami, Florida.