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Jax air news
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July 28, 1955


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Home of Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District; Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville; Fleet fUr Wing 11; Naval Air Technical Training Center

Set Local Eliminations

E __ IFx Second Navy Talent

t N Contest RevealedThe

J second All-Navy Talent Contest, with the winners

scheduled to appear on the Ed Sullivan "Toast of the Town"

I. TV. show. on Sept.} 18, has been announced by the Chief of

navai I'ersonnei.
Preliminary competitions will
Five acts will be selected for
be conducted by the Third, Sixth,
nomination to the Chief of Naval
Ninth, Eleventh, Twelfth and
Q A Personnel as entries in the finals.
Thirteenth Naval Districts. Win-
< TilE TALENT CONTEST designed
+t ning acts will compete in the All-
3. to discover and
Navy final
competitions on Sept.
15 at St. Albans Hospital, Long encourage talent regardless of

F M4e. Island, N. Y. Acts chosen in the former amateur or professional

r finals will be further screenedfor standings, affords an opportunity
> for ships, stations and
the Ed Sullivan show. I areas to
contests to furnish
stage entertainment -
A PRELIMINARY contest will

be held at the Naval Air Station on the local level. .
"- I In the held
preliminaries at
Jax. Date has been
FRENCH NAVY MEN OBSERVE Jimmy Mikell, aviation temporarily NAS .Jax last baritone
French Navy metalsmith (left), Is watched earnestly by three visiting French set for Aug. 12 to select the Jax year
Navy personnel as be works balancing rotor blades at the Over- ; area representatives in the district -' (Please Turn to Pare 8, Cel. 1)'Huskies7

haul and Repair department rotor shop. Left to right are, Mikell; competition at Naval Base,
Men StudyHelicopters Lt. Pierre Chevalier; Donald Lema, AD3, Interpretor for the visitors -
; Lcdr. Robert Sanner and Raymond Martin, aviation mechanic I Charleston, S. C.' on August 27. Of

and pilot. The French Navy men are here for a six week's orienta- Entries from the Sixth, Eighth,
tion, with concentration on the overhaul of the helicopter Tenth and Fifteenth Naval Dis-

tricts will compete at Charleston.
Learning I all there is to Centralized Distribution VP-3 Return

. know_ about the overhaul of

HUP-2 helicopters is a,. seri- Capt. T/iac/i
New Plan For
ous business i to the two Study ,

French Navy officers and a Capt.: HinesPromoted From NorthReturning

French civil service aviation

mechanic here at NAS .Jax fora Personnel Assignment"The this f week to

six week's stay.A Two Naval Air Station Jack- Jacksonville were the "Hus

number of the American- right man for the right spot" might well be the sonville Captains were among kies" of Patrol Squadron

made whirlybirds I I I provided slogan for the proposed distribution of enlisted personnel the 38 who have been selectedfor Three, who, for the past five

through the U. S. foreign aid pro- now under study by Atlantic and Pacific fleet commanders. promotion to rear admiral. months have been operating

gram, are now performing air-sea in the North
Serving a dual purpose, the Selected were Capt. John S. Atlantic from
rescue and anti-submarine service plan would personalize the billet established between the Bureau Thach, commanding officer of bases in Newfoundland\ and

in the French Navy Lcdr. Robert for the individual as well as increase and the Pacific fleet. NAS Jax, and Capt. Wellington in the frozen wastes of the
Sanner, Lt. Pierre Chevalier, and far North while
lines, Overhaul and Repair based in
efficiency for the fleet, according Beginning Sept. 1 the Bureau
Raymond Martin are losing no opportunity officer. Greenland.
to proponents of the. new will operate a "transceiver" machine -
to become
system. The selections have been approved Commanded by Comdr. Jack
familiar with, the NAS Overhauland between Washington and!
L. the "Huskies"
Grayson, have
by President Eisenhower -
Repair techniques of "keep- Proposed by Vice Adm. James Norfolk to furnish ComServLantwith '
but the actual promotionsmust been carrying out long range
Ing them flying." L. Holloway, Jr., Chief of Naval detailed service record Information -
patrols and weather while
await nomination by the recco
Personnel, this "centralized distribution" all enlisted
ALTHOUGH NONE of the three on men as-
White House, confirmation by stationed at their Northern bases.
would drastically alter the to the Atlantic fleet. The
speaks English fluently, they manage signed
During this period tho
same ,
I the Senate and vacancies in
well\ in their work through assignment system. One office, at system will result in quicker and!
I the number of rear admirals squadron participated in numer-
aviation the fleet commander's level, would accurate of new
the help of Donald J. Lema, more assignment
fleet exercises and
permitted in the Navy. ous large
machinist's mate 3rd class, I write all orders on an individual fleet personnel small.
is basis, a set-up eliminating all leaser
who acting a s interpreter. : ------
Lema learned French while personnel distributing points r DESPITE FREEZING tempera-
i now in the fleet. tures, and the hazards of poor
(Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5)) weather, high winds and icy run-

I the squadron maintainedan
I ways
I Although the Atlantic and Pacific
extremely high degree of
fleet commanders have
Permit now
You Need availability, and twice during tho
the authority to order; enlistedmen
deployment amassed the
For Shrimping within their command, they
sive total of one thousand or
have delegated this authority to
You can shrimp all you like their Service Force commanders. f4 fr' more flying hours monthly .
in the St. Johns River at NAS I a goal difficult to achieve even
Further broken down, this '
Jax in areas north and southof system I under Florida's favorableflying
delegates enlisted transfer authority
the sea wall if you have a & conditions.
Naval Air Station permit to 11 different type com- After a brief "R & R" (rest
manders within the Atlantic fleet '
However from 41 / and rehabilitation) period during
shrimping :
and to 26 commands within the ANt \
the sea wall in the vicinity of Pacific which segments of the squadronwill
Hangar 140 is limited to only k be on well-earned leave, the
15 persons daily because of set up a centralized person f ; "Huskies" will launch Into an

flight operations.With nel distribution- would be expensive r s ;' intensive retraining period, in
In that a building must be which anti-submarine warfare
the St Johns River In 1 wr
furnished to house the '
personnel training will be the order of the
these areas being fresh water, staff and its mass of records and day.

it is mandatory to procure a accounting: machines. Presumablysuch II- SHORTLY AFTER their return,
state fishing license to use a
offices would be located at the top two of VP-3 will be detached

cast net when shrimping. Norfolk and Pearl Harbor, although s Comdr. Grayson, the CO,
The station permits will not
other suggestions have ru reporting to the Staff of Captain
be issued until after 1530 dais _.. ._...q .'
been made.
E.J.S. Young, ComFairWing, as
ly, according to the Station BRAZILIANS GREETED Lcdr. Benjamin Colkitt, a new
police. The Security Officer 'S. Instructor In Aviation Ground Officers School at the Naval Air wing operations officer, and
Meanwhile BuPen is taking Technical Training Center and a naval aviator, shows four-engine Comdr. C. L. Anceny, executive
has been authorized to Issue steps to Improve the assignmentof model used In aircraft recognition to two Brazilian Navy lieutenants officer, will report to newly form
the station permits on a first students who convened In the
who were among the 97 new
enlisted ,men to the Atlantic ed Airborne Early Warning
come, first served basis. class which opened this week. Left Is Lt. Carlos De Albuquerque,
fleet, which if successful will be with Lt. Wigando Engelke. Squadron 13.

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I Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 28 July 1955-

VP.lfl. FAW-ll.VC-62. Fasron 109, VPsir'Scouting

J1\R\ an: { S VF-43, Jacksonville Area Squadrons; .1.1VFU

Published: every Thursday for Navy and Marine actlvttlei at Naval Air
Station Jacksonville. l-la. out the duties -
NAS. Jaek..eviUeCapt. squadron. He carried to thoughts of Iceland We We

Couidr.. John John S.N.Thach")'eFa _._. Commanding Executive Officer Officer The squadron completed its se- of the maintenance ADI 'former chief. giving our summer clothes to the

Fleet Air Jeeka.ailie cond qualification cruise aboard Walton J. Boyle, needy, and trading our cars
Commander aboard the USS in on
Rear Adm. John Terry fencing coach
Capt. Richard U Greene?. Chief of Staff the USS Lake Champlain on the latest model dog sleds
when the squadron was Mean
Kltit This the car- Tarawa
Fleet Airlug July 15. completed
Capt. Edwin J. S. Young; ._ ..,.. _.....__.?., Commander aboard here on a' world cruisewas ,while, our wives are
, Comdr.1>. lleyer .-...-.M......... ...... .._ .... Chief SUtrotflcerCommanding rier qualification for all but two packing up
Naval Air Trchalcal Trainlac Crater of the pilots in the squadron. transferred to NAAS, Sauf- and heading home to Mother, as

Capt. Henry. Edward: C. r W.>Lone BUhop Executive OfficerComdr. Olflctr With this phase of training the icy Field Pensacola. Boyle com- i the Eightecncrs make final preparations .

Naval n.....".. squadron is now fully qualifiedto pleted three years of duty with for deployment
Capl.' Edward C. Krnnty Commanding
Capt. U A. Newton .....???....u-i.-.u. ,, Executive: OtticcrComrnaDdtnti perform its mission both ashore Fighting 43. 'I The rejuvenated Softball
21AKTU and at sea. Jacob M. Young ADC, leading' team
Capt. Wilson R. Bartlett ,.. Officer has ,emerged victorious
JxecuU Officer of the squadron shipped for last t
Comdr. Laurence F. Stcfftnliatcu : The squadron horseshoe tourna- chief
which will make a total seven league games to
six earn
The JAX AIR NEWS >II published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station ment was completed last week years a
JockiwmlUe. Florida and printed commercially with nonpi rt>prlt >d ,funds. with the winning "tossers being for "Jake" of thirty when completed place in the playoffs. The final
tvB Kw.Nor.
*t no cxpenite to the government and la compliance with NAVKXUS
1N5. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the Chief Virgil Duprey and Ben The squadron released Lt game are all important this year
Naval Air Technical Training! Center. Naval Air Rescne Training Unit and the R. W. Elshire to inactive duty since the Iron Man
U. S. Naval Hospital. i Jones, AD1; runners up were Trophy is at
Editor-Andrew U. Planey Boyd :Maxwell PNSN, and Don after about two years duty with take. The pressure is on the soft

Ward Asi't SN.Editor-Ccda Moore' Stalt Repot'Ur -Jack Holmes. nil; Nancy Martin, ADAN. I. the squadron. Ltjg( ) W. G. Ber- ball team to win the playoffs

The JAX AIR NEWS U a member of the Armed Foreea Frees Service. Chief Jesse A.. Uber was trans- ner was transferred to VF-74 for which will render us enough point
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be iepi1nt withoutthe duty. Both pilots will indeed be: to win the coveted Iron Man.
written permission f>f Armed' Forces Preoa Service Republlcatlnn ef other ferred to recruiting duty at Kan-
matter, PlrtT: nervlce publication U prohibited without pcrciliclon oi Mo. This ended four a loss to the squadron. .* .
Editor JAX MEWS. sas City, SVW4 *
Editorial offices located .Main Administration Bulldlns. Phone extension years for Chief' Uber with the FAW-ll
8348. :21k and 8161. The Staff WM about to become

Three hits, three run, no errors three officers shorter, as this edition .

put VW-4 ahead in the battle of the Jax Air News went

against the "Hurricanes" last to press. Detached this we
week. The three who scored were Lcdr. Lawrence Heron, wing electronics .

G. W. Frisbee, AD3; J. D. Gern- officer, and wing "plank
1 s4 ham hard, AD3, apd C. L. McDonald, owner," who reports shortly to

ALC-all reenlisting for another NATTC Jax, and Lt. Richard: E

season's' slugfest with the we a- Hubbell wing gunnery officer

ther. scheduled to report to NAS Columbus
Last week also saw two "rooki t In August

i ies" reporting on the field who
"Shipping over" this past: ; week
show strong promises as .300 hit- was Henry G. "Hank" Izerda

ters. They were Albert Vicari, of
ron, Communications.Capt. .
AOI, fresh from another big E. J. S. Young, the Wing

league team at NAS Atsugi, Commander
; Qomdr. Henry Lloyd,
Japan, and Dominic Galati, AN,
= operations officer, and Lcdr WilLiam .
: a heavy hitter straight from NAS
Campbell, wing training of.
t r New Orleans. W. S. Loose, ALl, fiver visited VP-15 temporarily

\ ,, ,"\ was "sold" to NAS Pax River based at Corpus Christi, NAS

}i \i \ "k last and was week.the only' loss to the team Texas. VP-45 is conducting operation .

jf \
<- t "Narmid flight phase of the
t : 'rI Doing a great job in the out- NROTC Summer Midshipmen
s t field is Lt. (jg) R. V. Prestyly,
ttEENLiSTMENTS WORTH $11,874 Twas a tidy sum these Navy petty officers received as permanent duty officer of VW-4's program.. .
they were sworn In for reenlistments by Ledr. Robert Cooke, of the military personnel office at advanced unit at San Juan. Pres-
I NAITCenter. Left to right are, Edmund Toney, ADC; Robert David, ADI; George Kitrhell, AN; VC- 2
Hlltard Watson, AE1; Edwin Stewart, ATI; Charles riles, ATI, and James Posttn, AOI. Included tyly and his team mates have done The last big push to prepare for
leave mustering out and reenlistment bonus. such a job that the "Hurri-
in the reenlistment pay was mileage, unused pay good the advancement in rating exam
canes" have to hit
yet get a by
has bun with the first test for

them. third class scheduled for August
SAFETYBox Back at home base the tension
IIdPl YA'KlldWl.1 ; been
9. The Education office has
mounts aa word comes in from our
swamped with getting as many
Score tJ1w r HERE ARE XHSUWTO THE "scouts" that another opponent is people as possible qualified for

QUCSTIOH3 SERVICEMEN AND TEIR. brewing up some tough plays. But
Disabling. Injuries Through PXMIUES' ASK THE VETERANS their first big jump.
.. when game time arrives and the
hDMINiSTRATiOM EVERY CAY. C, Enlisted education lectures and
Tuesday, July 25 work begins, odds ate in favorof
movies have continued to provide
This Month 2 Q-I entered the Armed Forces another victory.
insurance. In his case, it would food for thought, with Lt. Larry
This Year 11 after Feb. 1, 1955, so, followingmy .
not be for him Warren presenting an informative
Days Since Last discharge, I will be considereda necessary actually \'."-18It
Lost-Time Accident 14 to have served 31 days coverage of the UCMJ and just
"peacetime veteran. If I am or U summer and our young
in the
how it applies to every man
disabled in service, would it be more. young men's fancies are turning squadron.

possible for me, as a "peacetime
:More CarQuals are scheduled for
r'VI\t veteran," to get disability compensation -
I this week, with 14 officers going
Ted Weems
at a wartime rate? Band To Play .
t "' '' R //f aboard the Lake Champlain Wednesday

A-Normally, peacetime vet for three days of operations

erans receive disability compensation with a maintenance Brew of

CatboUc at peacetime rates, For Dancing August 2-3 10. Officers to qualify are Lcdr

which are 80 per cent of the William Edmiaten, Lts. Frederick
Sunday-:Mass: 0800, 0900, 1000
wartime scale. However, if yow Marshall and Warren Crown, and
St. Edward's Chapel. Ted Weenu
who has become thenaUon'
disability U result from in we
Saturday-0800. were Lt. (Jg) John W. Petruk
extra-hazardous service, each top name band attraction i v Cougar with Lcdrs B. L. Carbow
as simulated warfare, you mightbe alter more than Prior.
Sunday-0630-Mas* at Hospital two decades Lee *L Blowgctt, Sam
entitled to wartime rates. M a bandleader Elic-
Chapel 0615-Confession. brings his versatile Wayne Dowlen, Lts. Clare

Q-A friend of mine reported orchestra to the Naval Air ker, Walter Johnson, Jack 0

Mormon for active military duty as a re- Station to entertain the troops Mills, Larry Warren, Del E\an,

1930 Thursday All Saints II sult of a draft call Within 20 days fend to play for dancing on August and Lt.jg) Hardy N. Rope! in the
Chapel Reading Room. 2 and 3.Long .
he was released from service: be- old reliable Banshee
Christian' Science1J00TuesdayMalnside
cause of personal hardship. Wouldhe a favorite in Jax, Weems Two more photo pilots reporting
Chapel -
have 120-day free insurance who has made several appearanceshere aboard swelled the total of officers
Office on
ramp. coverage, even though he didnt I over the years, will play fora attached to the squadron

P".tf"tltantTburlllday serve 31 days or more? And crew's dance at King Hall from to 71. Lcdr. Charles Frisbie

July 28 would he be eligible to take out 2015 to 2315 Tuesday, August 2, checked in from the Naval Special
1900All Saints' Choir Re- GI term insurance within the 120- and for the Officer's dance at the Weapons Facility at Albuquerque

hearsals. day period? O Club Wednesday August 3, New :Mexico, and Lt. (jg) Henry

't Sunday, July 31 A-So long as he was orderedto from 2100 to 0100. L. Chanaud recently completed atNATTU' a

0800 Episcopal Communion active duty for a period of Prior to the Crew's Dance Tues- Ted-\Veems stint as an NABT instructor I'cnsa'cola.
Set vice-Shaplaln Nickelson. Photo school in
31 be would be
days or more, day the versatileWems '
0930-Sunday School ages 4 troupewill and Philbert. .
entitled to the 129-day free
present a stage show; at .
King Ted Weems hit .
through Junior High. the top in 1947
coverage and to the GI term Hall at 1800. Weems
0930-Service of Divine Worship a great as a result of the unprecedented 1'aliroD 109

--Chaplain Stevenson. 0930-Service of Divine Worship. showman standing will present such out- acclaim the public gave his re- The squadron discharged one

1100-Service of Divine Worship personalities us the hilarious cording of "Heartaches." The rec- man last week. lIe was Michael A,
Red ingle, a star in UK!
hisOWTV ord of returned to
-Chaplain Carpenter. Tuesday, August 2 right "Heartaches" hit an all- DaSilva SN, who
; pretty Bonnie
Ann time high sales of 3,000,000 home in Brockton, }Iu..
St. Lukes Chapel 1900 Episcopal Instruction Class Shaw, vocalist, whistler and dancer copies. reported '
(Hospital) BMff. 563. NATTC. ; Ray Sullenger, handsome recorded "Heart- Seven new ensigns L'ni
aches" in 1932. It was brought to aboard, two from Stanford
Nursery Instruction
0930-Sunday School and 1900 Lutheran young balladeer; the Ted Weems the
Clan-All Saints Chapel Trio and comedians Hal fame by a Charlotte, N. C. disc versity and five were from 4))
Skeen ,jockey find music dealer (Please Turn to Page *, Col.


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28 July 1955 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

-: LE- -cI ./ax Waves To Attend

"* f kt Waves To Congregate hi.

v h Miami For 13th Birthday

A group of Waves from NAS Jacksonville will join hundredsof

other Waves from all parts of the country in a gala three-day

birthday party being held at Miami Beach, July 29-30-31, markingthe

13th anniversary of acceptance of women into the U. S. Navy.A .

local pre-anniversary cele- had their services proved, a small
bration in the form of a party
nucleus was retained by the
and dance held last Friday, makesit Navy.
possible for Jax Waves to visit
After the outbreak of fightingin
Miami for: the 13th anniversary
ir celebration. Korea, the Armed Forces
again Issued the call for womento
Waves will at
The congregate
enlist and fill the many ,important -
the Hotel di Lido where the anniversary which
posts for their ap
will be held]
banquet at
has been
titude and ability so
1900 on the 30th. Capt Louise K. well provedAlthough

Wilde, director of Waves, will cut
the "women in blue"serve
WAVES AT WORK Venaility and efficiency are the keynotes of the Wares, mho on July 31 the first piece of birthday cake. in virtually every capacityof
mark the 13th anniversary of their entrance in the Waves multitude of tasks here
Navy. ,perform a AMONG THE festivities planned in the
I at NAS Jax. Lois Abrams, teleman apprentice, (top left) types out a dl patch t. relay from the are a buffet supper, a two- duty Navy, they are
Naval Air Station message renter. Aliening a TC3 receiver to accept a different frequency is all In prohibited by law from servingin
a day's work for Dusty Baker, ETAN (top right) attached_ to the electronics lab. hour cruise on Biscayne Bay, a aircraft on combat missions,

-, <:':>. _... _. '1.1 four-hur sightseeing trip, and a on shipboard, except on hospitaland

sy 1M1tij.. 4,, ,{ktr pool party.It transport ships, and in those
a s was in July, 1942, that the ratings which require consider

Navy first set out to recruit 10,* able physical strength:

000 Waves, keeping them in a Here at Jacksonville a total of

reserve status. Three years later 238 Waves fill a variety of, billets.Of .

there were 80,000 on duty, serv- that number, 125 arc/attached

ing in 000 shore activities and to the Naval Air Station, under
Hawaii, and in IOta they were
Lt. Elsie Hanson; OS are
incorporated by law as an integ the supervision of Ltjg( ) Dorothy

Underwater Sport The most ral'part of the U. S. Navy. Thereare i Wagner at the Naval Air Technical -
6,700 Waves in the Navy to-
recent book on a most popular Training Center, while 23
sport Information for the beginner day. Corps waves, two Dental technicians
and one pcrsonnelman ser'eat
or the expert on equipment, tr
v wq. tilities ceased the majority of
techniques, exploration etc, anda the Naval Hospital.
the Waves with in the .
women *
chapter for the flicker fans on t

underwater photography _h J y, ; other from active services duty., But were so valuable released New Arrivals '

I Dive For Treasure Sunken .
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Spanish treasure and the old

pieces of eight( usually have'fas- x Your Instrument IntroducedTo
cination for the most practical r

minded! Ellsberg's story of seek- Flight Quiz SafetyOne

ing, diving, and actually finding
some of the fabulous gold and (This is another in a series of
of the first persons a serviceman -
silver 'should add a bit of spice questions on Instrument flight
meets after reporting:
for the underwater sporting OPEN WIDE Julie Chernlck DT2, cleans the teeth of Cpl. and procedures as prepared by aboard at the Naval Air Technical
crowd. K. D. Miller, a routine job for a Wave dental technician. Along FAWTULANT Detachment Able,
with sealing teeth, she assists the dental officer with chartingcavities Training Center, ia Sptro Tasso-
Treasure Diving Holidays-The extractions and fillings another example of the versatility NAS Jax's own Instrument trainIng poulos, safety engineer and the

thrills of the world under the sea of the Waves. school). meetings pay off in safety dividend

are enjoyed by the whole family.A 1. When outside of control *.

happy story of facts with a Get Your Comic Cartoon zones and areas, flying above 700* For thiee straight years the
wealth of information. feet, clearance from clouds must!
Training has been awardedthe
Modern Spearflshlng-Another Entries In By September 1 be_ feet vertically below, Secretary jCcnter of the Navy's certificate -

for the serious skin-diver who _feet vertically above, and for industrial safety with

will also want to see Interested personnel are reminded -Ied horizontally.
Shallow information and awards for 1952 and 1953 signed' .
following 2. Reporting starting procedureturn
Water Diving and Spearfishlng of the September 1 by Secretary of the Navy Robert
statements securely attachedto during an approach is man-
(Schenck), Lady With A Spear
deadline for the Navy Comic Anderson and that of 1954 by Secretary -
(Clark); The Silent World (Co the back of the entry: datory. True or false? I. of the Navy Charles Thom

steau); .,toO Years Under The Cartoon Contest. Full name, rate or rank, se- 3. An aircraft without com- iM,
Guide Jax personnel can submit pass calibration card can still
Sea Diole) and the new ,
; rial or file number, duty sec- The awards are made to Naval
standard aircraft for
To Skin-Diving And Underwater their entries to the Special qualify as a
tion hometown and hometown instrument flight True or false? Installations with an accident fre-
Spearfishing (Jones). Services office, Building 830,
of less than 2.5 cent
4 An IFR be made quency per
newspaper, brief 1 statement : flight may
Fun In The WaterHumorous NAS Jax. The Special Services for the year.
certifying the cartoon at orig- without designating an alternate
cartoons illustrate the text whichis office will then ,dispatch themto inal and this phrase "All airport if the terminal airport is With the highly transient claM
fine guide to water sports
a its the Chief of Naval Person- claims to the attached entryare reported to have a ceiling of at of servicemen attending the varied -
with emphasis upon safety in leas\ schools at the Center, lecture
waived and I understand feet and-D1i1es
call to the wonderland of water nel in time to be judged by -
the Department of the Navy visibility and !is forecast to remain are held for each incoming group
sports. Sept may use as desired." so for two hours subsequentto explaining; the many safety factors
Adventures la Artificial Respiration A contestant may enter as Prizes will be awarded the expected time of arrivaL around the training planes and
A history of the subject many cartoons as desired, as 8!< Col. equipment.
first five winners. (Answers oa Pare 1))
from earliest known methods to long as they have a Navy .

the most modern techniques. theme or background, must be

Careful explanations and illustra- in good taste and suitable for

tions make this a must for anyone general consumption. Cartoons :

who does go near the water and should be drawn in black ink 4117:1

interesting for those who don't. on 8x10& white paper or illustration -

Father Couldn't Joggle -Deep- board.

sea diving is the Salvage Mtt.ster's Each entry must contain the ';y-' _ J ',,.
profession. The excitement, the .c -

tension and the family life and Determined Student _

reactions are seen from the eyes
I Tops AE School Class
of the incorrigible imp who is

one of his children. Humor and a! Although he had not been graduated -
light touch make refershing read
from high school and

ing.Nature Roundup The ques-, without any previous electrical

tion and answer form makes thisa experience, Donald Brown, AE-

good choice for the whole family AN, was the honor student in

or any group during rest Aviation i Electrician's Mate
periods. A book to feed your
the Naval Air Technical .
School at 4 if 'A'M C
bump of curiosity and supply reliable -
information on the many Training Center for last ; 44,

curiosities of the world around week's graduating class.
us. Brown, from Colby, Kart, joinedthe

Onions In The stew Betty Navy in August, 1951 He has 13T1I BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION, Highlight of the Jax: Waves'.observance of the 13th annl.
MacDonald does it again! A gay at Atsugi I versary of the acceptance of women In the Navy, was the cake cutting ceremony presided over by
account of life on an island in been assigned to duty Capt. John S. Thach, commanding officer of NAS Jax.: The Captain prepares to cut the first piece
Puget Sound. Japan of cake during the pre-anniversary dance held at NAS!; Cecil Field EM Club last Friday.

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i i/h The Field Of Guided Missiles '
:;,> !

I NAWS Produces Trained MissilemenThe Lah ,,.

.-_.. 1Cr .
The U. p. Navy's development of the first air-to-air guided mis I i' vP. I W WEfPOf St
silo for fleet operations was a direct result of the technical advancesin : :
\; ..f 5GNUQL
the electronics field and 5ysTEm5
t ''' :
;: f< ,
missile capabilities are ed three separate "C" courses. 4., mgt t tf .
now a major factor in planning for :
The Aero IOD Course was a I'
National Defense and adaptabilityof 'I":
16-week course of instruction In .:
missiles to nearly every phaseof I i ) O Q MfN14 ('ON fEy.
operation and maintenance of MK :1' ,.' :jJ .
defensive offensive
and warfare >
16 Fire Control System and APG- <' .. .. .'1 '. ,. .
limitless """ \ 'j'v'Ow'..
presents possibilities. 30 Radar set. ,t, .
These further .. .
capabilities generated
The Aero 10E Course was 19 '"
a requirement for fleet personnel -
weeks in length and covered op
trained in the techniques erations and maintenance of MI{
of maintenance and of
operations 16 and
the APQ-51 radar set.
gutded-mlsslles, which was met by *
Nine weeks of Instruction in
the establishment of the Aviation
Weapons System electronics and
Guided Missiles School at the Naval
12 weeks on the operation and
Air Technical Training Center, maintenance of the AN/SSB Bomb

Jacksonville. The Aviation Guided Director System formed the third .

.Missiles! School was implemented Fire Control Course (Class C).
<:in 1052 and formally commissionedin a .

November, 1953. A rate training and a conver-
a a a
sion program was Inaugurated to TRAINING OFFICIALS Officers in charge of training at the Naval Air Weapons Systems
To meet the requirements for provide a nucleus of Aviation School are (left to right) Lt. Arthur Knotzen;assistant training officer of aircraft armament control -
trained personnel to maintain the Guided Missilemen and Aviation systems branch; Lcdr. Thomas Casey, Jr., training officer of the School; Lcdr. Robert Cooke,
guidance radars and fire control Fire Control Technicians.! In or- assistant training officer for guided missile branch, and Lt. Grady Gay, assistant training officer

systems, group, of officers and der to qualify for this training, per- for administration. _
men were assigned to the Aviation sonnel must volunteer and have
I Guided Missiles School in !minimum combined GCT/ARI ----7-
November, 1953, to establish an score of 110 plus the usual! serv- +g

Aviation Fire Control School. ice requirements.Prior .

,These two groups were combined to entering the courses

.administratively and the organization at Naval Air Weapons Systems

became known as the Na- School, personnel in the Conver ,.: j:
Ival. Air Weapons Systems School. sion Program receive 32 weeks of .
The Aviation Guided Missiles electronics training at the Aviation .

(Branch of the Naval Air Weapons I Electronics Technician School :.

Systems School presented a course at .Memphis, Tenn. A man may AIM .. ;
I of 28 weeks composed of three enter the Naval Air Weapons

{.distinct phases of Instruction. Systems School Courses if he has
Phase I provided instruction In an electronics background equiva

(basic missile and fire control elec. lent to that of an Aviation Elec- &

I tronlca:, servomechanism theory, tronics Technician third class or 1:; 'II I

I gyroscopes, hydraulics, guidance above.
I systems and missile ordnance. Phase I of the Aviation Guided
I Phase II taught.the operation ofI Missiles Branch has been changedto _L

I Sparrow missile, component test Include Instruction on a number -< NAWS CLASSROOM TECHNIQUE'- The workings of an optical gun sight system are explainedleft
i equipment, and component tests of of different type guided missiles ( ) to the first conversion class of aviation fire control technicians at the Naval Air Weapons
i missile section. Phase III covered I such as Petrel, Regulus, Bull- System School by II. A. Fredericks, AOI. In photo on the right Kenneth Ney, ATI, (right) an
Instructor in the Sparrow I Course, points out a sample circuit on an electronics demonstrator to
the overall test of
t systems pup, Sparrow II, Sparrow III and Jay Benson, AOC, and John Kenney, TD3.
i Sparrow I Missile and the sys- Sidewinder. Guidance systems,
1 tern's test equipment. hydraulics, pneumatics, gyroscopesand remains- substantially same,
Upon completion of the Aviation missile ordnance are taught being devoted to the Sparrow I Congress May 'Forgive'iExcess
Missile as a pilot teaching vehicle.
Guided Missile Course, the in Phase I as before. I
;(graduates were fully qualified to Instruction in Phases II and IIIPk1 The Aviation Armament Control
,check and maintain the SparrowI Systems Branch has revised its Re-Up Bonus Pay
I I ;
Missile and its associated test I curriculum to satisfy the requirements (!.

equipment.The for rate conversion to A via- An average debt of $280 per

Aviation Armament Control .ation Fire Control Technician. man, totalling $3,485,750, may be question whether they want to
Systems Branch of the Naval Air i waived for 12,000 enlisted men if keep the money. While the for-
Weapons Systems School present- giveness law would let a man -
New Chiefs Congress grants the request of
keep the bonus for "first
as a re-
the Defense Department for forgiveness
Seek Talent of excess re-enlistment enlistment his next reenlistment -
UndergoInitiation bonus payments. will be his third. Finance
experts contend that under some
,For Service These men received the big
circumstances it would be more
first or second re-enlistment bonuses -I
profitable for the overpaid man
before the Comptroller Gen-
''Radio ShowStarting When the to get out from under the new
a Navy man crosses eral ruled their enlistments
were law back to the old with its $360
August 14, a one-hour equator for the first time he experiences really second or third, and hence : for each six-year re-enlistment

Armed Forces radio show, under the "Pollywog-to-Shell- worth less. The Comptroller held I for 30 years.
supervision of the Navy District back" initiation which he long that some past enlistments rewarded The 20-year cut-off feature of I

Recruiting office in Jacksonville, remembers. So it was with 16 with "re-up allowances" the new law, plus the Comptroller's
will be broadcast over Jackson I a aa should have been counted in com-
ruling adding one to the
chief officers who
new petty are
puting bonuses under the
ville Beaches Radio Station WJ new number of the man's re-enlist.
now full-fledged members of the law. He is holding off trying to
VB.The ments, can cut considerably the
program, tentatively entitled t NAS Jax CPO Club after initiation collect what he says they owe to profit under the new law.
"Defense Is Your Business," ,,UA lAf ceremonies last Monday. give Congress a chance on the
opens a series which will con Under the watchful eye of Ken forgiveness bill.

tinue 52 weeks, with the Navy neth,, Kowalsky, AOC, who actedas Calling It a vital morale measure

getting five to 15 minute spots a master of ceremonies, the clan the Pentagon Is pushing
on four out of five programs. mustered along the CPO swim the bill, and Its passage is considered

Talent for these broadcasts will w ming pool. The chiefs attired in a virtual certainty, whether

not be confined strictly to Navy summer garb, sans shoes and accomplished in the pre-
personnel on duty, August Falck, R a with reversed shirts,first demon. sent Congress or In the next. NOTES.Chief

ADC, in charge of the show, said. strated their ability to take an With some men it will be a 1:
It is hoped to draw all kinds of order as well as execute one. The I Powell was reelected
talent among Naval Reserves, new CPOs were in the midst ofa having tried to bribe several old president of the CPO Club duringa

y service parents, and relatives as marching drill when they were chiefs with cigars. general assembly, and M/Sgt.

G well, or any good talent with ser given an order to halt followingan Chiefs initiated, in addition to Kozan was elected vicepresident.Don't .

vice connections. f -JAFPS about.face-but it was too late. West, were Albert Fraser, ATC; forget the dances on Fri,

Talent auditions will probably They had already marched into Ralph Hardy, AQC; Cecil Mulling day night, the crowds are large
be tape-recorded at the Naval J the pool and hit the drink before ATC; James White, ATC; and there is a lot of fun. Come
Air Station with audition periods z the order was completed.As Raymond Reedy, AEC; Charles and enjoy yourself.

announced in advance. a welcoming of friendship Coyle, AEC; Richard Newland, Look for the Bar-B-Que on
Anyone in the specified categories iNP for the new club members, the AEC; Carl Sturm, AEC; Frank August 22. It will be for master

( interested in giving their MISS UNIVERSE -Here she old chiefs provided an excellent"dinner" Ladek, AQC; Leroy Felix, AEC; sergeants and chiefs only.
':'; I 4 talent for such programs mayA is supposedly the world's for the newcomers, Carl Fears, GFC; Robert Bohn- All hands extend congratulations -\
i t A contact Chief Talck at EL 6-3301, most beautiful woman. She's served in special style. After.dinner stengel, GFC; Stuart Cooper, to Chief Fox on the work
or write the Navy Recruiting Office lovely Hillevi Rombin, "Miss Fred West,. ATC, of 'VC-62, GFC; Chalm rs ATC, and Leonard done in the: bar. It, has a completely -'
'f' j in the I Post Office buildingin Miss Sweden Universe of 1955"contest, who won held the at demonstrated his terpsichorean Hintz" AEd*all of'' ?ATTCenty new look. Drop in and ee.

Jacksonville. Long Beach, Calif. ability as an .added .penalty for r-i, I t i r ;0 what if looks like.


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July 1955 JAX AIR NEWS Page Fivo _

NAVCATS Give Hears About NAS lax Unit,


Straight ScoopTo _Jii Thailander Pays Visit I

'Undecided' c- How far the fame of NAS
Jacksonville spreads was four months before enrolling in
the graduate school at Tulane
If you are considering giving up again apparent when Comdr.
University, in New Orleans, he
your Navy career to return to Prasit Tansathit, Royal Thai
the time
spent perfecting his
civilian life, "NAVCAT" can sup Navy, arrived last week to
knowledge of English. lie received

ply you with some very Important study vector control proce-
his master's degree in Public
Information dures in use by Preventive
Health (tropical medicine) last
Composed of one commissioned a aEna Medicine Unit No. 1 here at
June, and came to NAS Jax on
officer, a chief petty officer and NAS Jax.
the recommendation he had
received -
a petty officer first class, NAV The dapper, genial Naval offi- in Bangkok .

CAT (short for Navy Career Appraisal cer from small freedom-living

Team) gives talks, backed Thailand, first heard of Jackson- His visit here, he said, has pro-

by.facts and figures, comparing a 1'1'Y irM ville when he consulted the vided him with much valuable

Navy career with a civilian career. Foreign Operations Administration information which he intends to

These talks are designed to off- Office in Bangkok about, use in establishing similarly designed -

set the misinformation constantly > preventive medicine unitsin
? "r advanced study of preventive
being disseminated by "chronic medicine in America. Dr. Tansa the Thai Navy. The Royal Thai
Navy according to D. Tansathit
gripers". thit has been interested in this ,
is the largest in the Far East.
field for the past eight years,
recently organized by Vice in which time, with /borrowed THE PEOPLE OF THAILAND,

Adm. P. W. McMahon, Commander equipment and a staff of five which traces its history back 2,500

Air Force, U S. Atlantic Fleet -"" '.......'_.........".,'. : .- ihiiiW a officers and 44 enlisted personnel, years, always have been free and
The NAVCAT for the fleet air COMPARE NOTES Comdr. Praslt Tansathit, (left) of the he cut the malaria rate from 14 will do everything they can to

detachments in this area is headed Royal Thai Navy, inspects insect specimens collected at NAS per 100 to a mere two per 100. block the spread of Communism.
by Lcdr. Bernard L. Garbo. His Jacksonville's Preventive Medicine Unit Ifo. 1. Lt. Joseph Me- "But," he added, "we cannot do
Williams, attached to the unit, explains the various specimens to ARRIVING IN THIS countryChamp' it
alone. We
assistants are George Merritt, depend greatly on
the Thailand officer. Dr. Tansathit is studying vector control
AOC, and Richard. Arrington, AO1 methods used by the Navy the friendship and aid of the
Their office Is located in Room Sets United States, and the United

113, ,Malnslde Administration Nations." Thailand is located between -

Building Okay Early Full Pay ForPersonnel Annual Ship's French Indo-China and

"We do not contend that every Burma, and has received not only

man In the Navy today Is Inclined On Dance Aug. 4 material aid from the U. S., but
Outs To Attend
or adapted, to make the Navy his also technical aid in agricultureand

career," says Lcdr. Garbo, "'how i The Way OutA Plans are well underway for the economy.

ever, many men who should be USS Lake Champlain's annual Dr. Tansathit has departed for

career Navy men are going back CollegeTime serviceman being released ship's dance to be held at 2000 Washington, D. C. where he will

to civilian life because of mis-in from active duty will now receive August 4, at NAAS Mayport, the visit with Dr. Kenneth L. Knight,

formation. We hope to correct is of the essence for advance pay and allow- ship's home port. formerly officer-in-charge of the

that situation." those personnel who wish a Featuring the dance music of NAS Preventive Medicine Unit.
he will his
A TYPICAL NAVCAT presen- 30 ances earn during Atlantic Coast favorite Dean Hudson He is now Head, Vector Control
days early discharge to
travel home as a result of Pre- and his Section Preventive
tation, including a question and orchestra, the dance Medicine Di-
answer period, usually' last about attend college this regular fall sident Eisenhower's signing will be held on the dock alongsidethe vision, Bureau of Medicine and

term. aircraft carrier.In Surgery. Lcdr. Francis R. DuCha-
an hour and a half and covers all appropriate legislation. giant
With most fall terms addition to Hudson's music nois, pesently o-ln-c
phases of a career in the Navy. college Since the Career Compensation was away on

Some of the facts and figures opening in early September, per- Act docs not authorize the evening's entertainment will leave when Dr. Tansathit was

used to illustrate certain points In sonnel do not have en over- include the Lake Champlain band here.
presentation real such advance pay, a 'separate versus Dean Hudson's orchestra -4 --
are eyeopeners.Personnel abundance of time in all
are asked to take such voucher of record or place in the "BatUe of the Bands," anda
the preliminary steps and com- talent show, featuring the best
facts as the following Into con- from which he entered active

sideration before they decide to pleting all the details before entering duty has been required after of the ship's entertainers, with

leave the school.Information. pries to be awarded to the top
Navy: the individual has reached his

Of all military personnel who on requests for home. three.

leave the service to attend college early separation by enlisted per- The new bill, authorizingfinal cluding Door prizes will for be all awarded ladies., in- SALTY HUMOR FROM

only 50% ever actually en- settlement of pay and allowances corsages HERE AND THEREA
sonnel for this purpose is coveredin Refreshments will be served.
roll. Of those who do enroll, only at the time the serviceman -
BuPers Notice 1910 dated July This will be the ship's last ma-
25% ever get past the second is separated, will eli- small boy dashed into the
13, 1955, or can be obtained from jor social function for the almost
year. minate the troublesome second house
holding a dead rat by the
Personnel offices. 3,000 officers and men of her crew
Of all chief petty officers on voucher covering the two or tall His mother, chatting with
To be for discharges before the ship leaves for duty
eligible early
active duty In September 1954, three days of pay the man their minister, gasped."Don't .
enlisted with the Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean -
pearly 20,000 have over 16 years earns while traveling home.A "
show evidence of accept- in September.Girls worry, Mom, reassuredthe
service. Most of these will
men similar policy was in effect
desiring to attend the boy. "He's dead. I bashed
ance for entering college or
retire In the next three
years- before passage of the Career him
dance obtain invitations at and pounded him and beat him
university. They must also have can
leaving openings In all ratings. Compensation Act of 1949 and until "
confirmation that the transcriptand either of the Waves Barracks or Suddenly aware of
LCDR. GARBO points out that still applies to the National the
record from other schoolsare the NAS Supply department, or the boy continued
the average petty officer receives Guard but not to Regulars or M
gently until
acceptable before obtaining by writing the Public Information God called
about 115,000 worth of,pay, cloth- to Reservists. ; him home."
officer of the ship.PLENTY .
the early releases. ,
ing, training and experience dur- -

ing his initial enlistment. Whenhe "Dad," a small boy proudly reported -

is discharged, the Navy losesa to his father, "you know

mighty valuable piece of prop- a what I did today'll put a stick

erty.During of dynamite under the teacher's
the month of March chair"

about '2,600 men were dischargedfrom k "No!"
s gasped the father. "Well,
AirLant units while only 172 ,
you go right back to school and
reenlisted. Figured on the above e ,4 ot apologize l""School!

basis the Navy and the taxpayer
?" asked the boy. "What
took a loss of 39 million dollars

that month, in just one command ; school'I"i i ,
alone. y;L o ( }

There are many reasons why men Reliable soure The guy you

leave the Navy to return to civilian *! Just met.
y f ; 5. s a Wy
life, and quite frequently it Is because -i '+ Informed source-The guy who

they have been misinformed told the guy you Just met. -

about conditions in civilian life. I w. d Unimpeachable source-The guy

These men usually live to regret who started the rumor first

the decision that caused them to _' 1 I

have "broken service". .
5 I,1r Teacher: Give me a sentence
A fully informed man Is In a ., with a direct object

better position to make a decision Junior: "You are very beauti
about his future. That's why personnel

see the NAVCAT before g2I2' ful.Teacher: "What Is the object

taking that discharge. Junior: "A passing grade." >
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Comdr. O'Brien New OF FLIGHT TIME These 25 Fighter Squadron 174' pilots probably have more time When a woman Is temperamental -

Skipper of VA-176 in their assigned type aircraft than do pilots of any other squadron in the Navy Together they It is about 90% temper
Comdr. James M. O'BrieJhu have totaled 11,69hours In the F9F-6 Cougar Jet for an average of 468 hours apiece or more and 10% mental.
than 200,000 miles. They have also made 1,204 carrier landings in the Cougar. Shown here simulating
taken command of Attack Squadron their flying formation are (left to right, kneeling), LtJg( ) R. C. Tatem, Ltjg( ) W. G. Ryals, Lcdr.J. .
176 at NAB Cecil Field. He T. ) K. G. L. D. Embs Comdr.. II. Sult ) "What did Whistler say when
3. Godwin, Ltjg( ) L. Sharp, Ltjg( Beyer, Ltjg( ) Ltlg
- relieved Lcdr. Eugene Ternasky.. C. D. Lett, Ltjg( ) W.' M. Phillips, Lcdr. C. O. McDaniel, Lt. D. Butler, LtJg) A. B. Schell. Standing lie saw his mother scrubbing the
Comdr. 'O'Brien comes to Jax are, LtJg',C< II. Tollefson LtJg): J. E. Wassen, Lcdr. J. P. Moorer, Ltjg) J. V. Pongettl, LtJg) floor?"
L. D. BaldrJ Ltjg) L. N. 11111, Lcdr. G. C. Beoolt, LtJr) R. B. Lynn (directly behind Benoit), "Mother, you'w off rock28 -
fromthe'staffof; the Air Training Pensacola. Suit, squadron skipper, holds top honors 'witty} 806 F9F-6 flight hours and 68 carrier landings. er.

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Six JAX AIR NEWS 28 July 1955

I- Rods Dtrcds and I L ;: :;- PL -- AFPS SPORTS

Ray Stafford of the 'Cane Hunters -

had excellent luck fishing (If Anmtf form far SerYIc)

last Saturday morning at Tocoa. VT I In addition to winning the 1955:

lie boated a total of 26 and three- ; nter-aervice triathlon champion-

quarters pounds of bass from one ship )(f81t. ,William Kauppl) ,.of

J 10W, another 914, and a third Camp Pendleton, CaUt, !vet an all-

which 'weiglicd seven pounds. Eck} time marino triathlon record of

bait was the lure. 2,875: points. The remarkable

O & R's boys did all right, too. & ; kI I. thing about his victories is he's

Monroe Myers and Mr. Hcndricks 36 years old Hank Wolfe,

boated 16 bass at Picolato, and i Virginia.. Softball commissioner,
they also used eel bait w'.j > writes that the Norfolk: Navy Flyers -

won the Virginia amateur softball
Mr. Fisher of the glass shop
'. title for teams in the armed
and a friend caught 56 trout and / :
t, a'aa forces. The victory qualifies them
six red bass at Deauclerc Point
e for' the Virginia Claw A
using live shrimp for bait.
Richmond. Aug. 12-1..
M. E. Hughes and party caught
Attention New York Giant fans!
the limit of speckled perch,
yb Warjl Spencer, Giant infielder, is
shell crackers and head
copper currently playing for Ft. Sill,
bream for the second
consecutive : Okla., and In 16 games he's hittinga
week at Mth Street bridge.Charles '. S.e.S
-5 healthy 481. He's had 26 base
M. Head, Jr., and Dr. S S hits, including three homers, onetriple

T. F. Johnson caught seven bass and nine doubles accountingfor

averaging three pounds apiece, ----,. --- 19
:: I RBI's. Oh well wait till
and one Jack at Sellers Lake.A. 131 UNKSTERS Bay Wisher of Special Services gets set to tee off In a Mainside Intramural next year The Burtonwood AD,
Golf League match between Special Services and Fleet Air Wing Eleven. Awaiting their turn are
W. Wilds caught small England, Gunners
seven (left to right) Bill Carrier, FAaV-11; Charlie Trip, Special Services and Russ Sawyer, FAW-1L won the 1955
spots at Black Creek.If FAV-11 won this match, 4 and 2. Personnel leads the league. USAFE baoe-leveT soccer championship -

you enjoy fishing, the bass by downing the Rockets

are really biting at Doctors Inlet from Rhein-Main AD, Germany,
near Swimming Pen Creek, and Sparkies Cop 4th Straight fax To Enter 6ND 4-0. sJonathan

use live shrimp for bait. 1C. Tuuy, eon of the

Best times for fishing this Softball AffairJax former heavyweight champ Gene

weekend are as follows: Center Softball DiademFor Navy will have an en- Ta.ney,. recently became a private

try in the Sixth Naval District In the Marine Reserve. He
Saturday, July 30-1530-1100:
softball joined the recruit class of the 3ld
tournament to be held
15001900. the fourth straight year Aviation Electrician's :Mate Class A
during the week of August 15 155mm Howitzer Bn. in Trenton,
Sunday, July 31 OS O-1200: School captured the NATTCenter softball championship as a resultof
at Naval Station Green Cove N. J. 1U Lt. Joe Conrad of
15301900. a sudden-death, 7-% victory over Naval Air Weapons System
Springs. Gary, AFB, Tex., British amateur
.' School last week.
(This column Is for all hands. Tryouts are now being held golf champ, won the low amateur
The this week
Reports oa fishing can be sent Sparkles were helped Estes on the road to at the Saratoga: diamond and medal in the British Open with a
in four-team with NA-
directly to Jax Air News or to a playoff victory. all interested softbaUers are 293 .' Quickie quiz: who was
WS NATTCcnter Marinesand
Bob Brown, accessories division, School Aviation Estes and Frank Fosbenner car- urged to attend the daily practice the last New York Giants pitcher
O Jt R, extension 525). Storekeeper Schoolto ried the pitching load for the sessions at 1600. to throw a no-hitter Carl Hubbell -
determine the NATTCenter
>> against the Pirates-"May 8,
Sparkies, Fosbenner winding up A representative lax Navy .
softball champion and select the
1 12-Bout Smoker the season( with a 14-2 record. The team will be chosen from per- 1929. Score: 11-0.
team to play VC-62 for the Sta-
two alternated at second base tonnel from any and all com ABC's schedule for telecasting:
tion title next week.
also. mands based here. Personnel professional football for the 1955
Tonight At 2000 Pete,Estes twirled the victory Other members of the cham- desiring further Information of Mason Includes 18 games starting

against HAWS School, notchingup pionship club were Hal Tornberg; the Sixth ND softball meet can Aug. 6 As of July 4, the Ft.

At King HallAirman his 10th victory against three c; Paul Harris, Ib; Marine Bob contact Special Services, Building Lee, Va., baseball. team had a
defeats for the season. TedWhitten's record of 32-4 The worldwide -
Atkinson, ss; Ted Whitten, 3b; 930 extension 51%
Preparatory School is booming home run Marine Jim Black, If; Ed Fowler, AF Softball touristy, originally

going: all out tonight with a 12- cf; and Tom Pickett, rf. scheduled for Sheppard AFB,
Fliers Grab i TeL, will be held at Keesler AFB,
bout smoker in King Hall. Zero FINAL STANDINGS Maroon & Gold
hour is 1900 instead of the usual I WON LOST Miss., Sept. 5-10 Jim Hoops .'

2000. Initial TiltBob AE-A School 24 5 won the all-marine golf championship -
: in Hawaii, with a 72-hole
Boxers from Company 26 will HAWS School 23 C Eyes 2nd Half
core o(309.
compete against scrappers from Radloff, six-foot-three, 195- AK-A School 18 11
pound hurler for Jax Navy, pitched FEAF boxing coaches and officials -
Company 27 in ten bouts, with AO-A School 14 14
two special events also being offered and batted the Fliers to a 4-31 AN-r School 13 15 City CrownAs recently International attended: clinics
held at Tokyo Air-
victory over Pinecastle Air Force
on the program.Anticipating AE-B School 11 17
II port by ring mentors Herb Kroe-
Base Tuesday afternoon on Mason AO-B School 10 IS
a record turnoutfor Field.It a result of Bill Richards' ten, West Point; Frank Young
SS-lst Lt 3 25.
inter-company smokers, athletic was the first game of the! no-hit, no-run eight-inning University of Idaho and Roy Simmons

officials of the school have season for the Jax Navy nine. were Mel Williams and Johnny tory Sunday against the Post Syracuse University.

made arrangements for a refresh-I which is prepping under coaches. Culbreth, who gathered in a braceof Nine Colonels on Mason Field, They're skiing at Ft. Campbell,

ment stand at the event. Chuck Dawson and Frank McCaf bingles. the NATTCenter baseball Ky., this cummer-water skiing

Leading the Company 26 team frey for the Sixth Naval District; Radloff figured in the winningrun team, with a three-game The ski club is a newly formed

is T/Sgt. "Curly" Alcaro with tournament at Pensacola begin in the sixth. Johnny Yuneman bulge, is a virtual certainty to' organization of OM 11th Airborne

S/Sgt ''II' Ue'' MikaJvovlch ning August 15. walked and stole second and then win the second-half title in the Division's NCO open mess .

heading the %7'. squad. : Radloff hit four for four, including .: romped home when the big pit- City Baseball League. I Lt Got William T. Van o> Graaff

Following is the card with a whizzing slash down the cher cracked a single through Only seven men reached first! I (Ret.), a West Point graduate and

Company 26 named first: Mauler third base line, while holding the second base. base on Richard's slants, four ol former All-American tackle, has

Murchison vs. Cauliflower Gar- Blues to eight hits.. He scored. Next Tuesday. and Wednesdaythe them in the first inning on an j been named "advisory coach" for

detto, 135:); Hammerhead Murphyvs. once and drove in one run. Also: Fliers play return two-game error, fielders' choice and two' the grid squad at Ft. Carson

Kayo Gerace, 140; Box Car contributing to the Fliers' attack aeries with rtne uue.PersonllelOvertakesNARTU. I walks. Three other walks accoun-; Colo.
Beavon vs. Knobby Walsh, 148: ted for! the others. I .
Rebel Joe Morris vs. Uncle Re-
Richards ToughIn Operations Hospital
mus, 155; Frenchy Ledoux vs. his no-hit performance Richards ,

Blossom Edenfield. 155; Leaping struck out six of the Colonel Battle For Second

Lorditch vs. Pizza Braxton Pezzola Atom 168; To Pace IM Links Play I batsmen while his mates were The runner-up spot In the Main-
Surgar Boy vs.
collecting 10 hits off Ray Crawford side intramural softball race will

Smasher Campiglia. 160; Tiger Leading the pack since the opening gun NARTU's links the Post Nine hurler. be decided tonight at 1930 at Hospital -
vs. Gorgeous George
quad was forced to give ground as det.enninedPersonnel movedto Sparkling fielding by M e 1 field when Operations tangles -
Johnson 178
; Bunny Easterday
the top of the standings in the Mainside intramural golf Young. at second and Johnny Cul- with Hospital.
vs. Willie Woosley, 175; and Clou-
league. breth in center helped knock off I Operations won its way into the
tie Cloutier vs. Jersey Joe Tock-
man, 172. Personnel picked up ten points for a 32!H total, good enough possible bingles by the Colonels.I final playoff with a 5-2 win over

for first place. NARTU is close behind with 29% points. At Home Sunday I NARTU, which had previously
eliminated Fasron 109, 10-3. hospital -
The Maroon & Gold
In latest recorded matches Personnel won over VC-62, 6-1; opened I.
Swim Meet downed VP-18, 1-0, to gain
City FAW-11 defeated Special Services (-%; Hospital won on forfeit with a run in the first when Leo

Slated 11 from VC2; Fasron 109 defeated VP181%; Personnel got Keller: singled, stole second and the finals.

August by Operations and NARTU tied with FAWTU, 33. went to third on a passed ball, ance of NATTCenler on Mason

Navy personnel have been In- Bob Field of Personnel posted the week's lowest score, a later scoring on Young's single Field in regular league play when

vitod 'to participate in the Men's 41, followed by Lcdr. Johnson of Personnel and Hornbuckle of to center. : the team meets Trump Construction -

City Swim Meet sponsored by Hospital, who tallied 43's. Young opened the third with Company. Thursday, August

Jacksonville City to be held at the League play closes this week with final make-up matches a single to left and moved, up 4, the Maroon & Gold play VFW

BprlngfleJd pool at 1930 on August listed for Friday.Standings when Mel Williams drew a walk.: 1639 on Woodstock.

11 and 12.Triak : Personnel, 32% points; NARTU, 29%; Fasron Culbreth's long fly to right sent I Mel Young moved into the rosl-

will be held at 1830 August 109, 27H; FAW-11 2-1%; Hospital 244.: FAWTU, 24%; VC-62, him to third and he scored on, tion as leading batter among" the

11 and the finals will be heldon 17%; VP-18, 17;. Operations, 17; Special Services, 13 Ji. Jim Youngblood's infield tap. i regulars as Richards went hitless
August 12 at 1930 Sunday marks the final appear- when he twirled the nohitter.Page .

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28 1955 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven ..

Fleet Marine Tots Can Compete AN-P Annexes

Force Cops In Links Event
4-Team IM
T Youngster can now get In
their licks on the NAS golf

The star-studded Fleet Marina course. Swim EventLed
; ---- Nine-hole medal play tournaments -
Forte racked-up, a total of 108
are being heldfor all by Nathan McDcavitt's two
points to swim away with the Atlantic -
boys and girls interested in first places, Airman Preparatory
Fleet Swimming Championship golf. The tourneys are held School captured a close four-team

here last week at NAS Jax. every Thursday evening and are intramural swimming competitionat

Rear Adm. John Terry, Commander M conducted according to age the Naval Air Technical Train

Fleet Air Jacksonville, groups. ing Center last week.

presented the first and second Youngsters 10 and under are McDeavitt, from Company 27

place meet trophies to 1st Lt. Included in the first group; of AN-P School took first placesin

Richard Thoman coach of the 11 and 12 year-olds competeIn the 50-yard free style and 50-

leathernecks and Lt. (j Jg) Kifby the second! and 13-year-olds yard backstroke.

Ambler, coach of the second place are placed in the third group. Results -

Amphibious Force team, which 50-yard free style Won by

compiled 67 team points. Kurilich Joins McDeavitt, AN-P; Young, AN-P;

rar., r second; lIukka, NAWS, third;
Last year's defending champions -
: Center SS Staff
Lowry AN-P, fourth. Time: 27.2.
Destroyer Force, Atlantic Ltjg( ) Matthew Kuxilich, train- 50-yard breaststroke Won by

Fleet, came in a close third with ing officer of Aviation Ordnance Gillen AN-P, Lowry, AN-P, sec

61 points, followed by Air Force, SWIMMING TROPHY First Lt. Mirtuel Stohldreher of the Officers School, reported this weekas ond. Time: 35.2.
Atlantic Fleet, with 54 and Bat Fleet Marine Force Atlantic Fleet swimming team receives the assistant to Lt. Edward Stacy, 75-yard medley individual -
tleship-CruiserForce, with 11. "rotatint" championship trophy from Rear Adm. John Perry,
Services Officer at NATT-
Special Won'by pukka NAWS Gillen
commander Fleet Air Jacksonville. The presentation was made : ,
a following the Atlantic Fleet Swimming Championship held last Center. AN-P, second; Schcffel, NAWS,
The highlight of the evening week at Price Natatorium. The Fleet Marines also were awarded Meanwhile Lt. Orval W. BAM third. Time: 57.9.
a permanent team trophy. Winners of the Atlantic Fleet meet will will assume duties as AO-O School
was the 400 meter medley relay 150-yard medley relay Won
participate in the All-Navy Eastern competition to be held in
finals which the Marines' Tho- Dallas this week. Officer.Crackerj by NAWS (Buchanan, Gillen,

man, of Yale University fame; Young); AK, second; AE-A, third.
1951 to 1953. His time for the
John Reed; Michael Stuhldreher, a Time: 1:48.4.:
Yale teammate of Thoman's, and event was 1:01: 200-yard free style relayWonby
William Schuelie, finished with a AN-P (Gillen, Buchanan,

fast 4:57.2: time for the event. Essign llovert Clement of Young, Eleazar); AE-A, second;

AirLant's Lt. (Jg) Roger Had- PhlbLant, a University of Illinois AK, third.

l lich, another Tale University[ grad- All-American, finished the 100 I 50-yard backstroke Won by

uate and holder of the Eastern meter breaststroke in 1:22.5: to McDeavitt, AN-P; Swaffin, AK,

Intercollegite 'Championship, won win the event. second; Darrah, NAWS, third.

the three meter fancy diving com Last year's Atlantic Fleet freestyle Diving Won by Mooneyham,

petition.The champion, Donald Picking of i AE-A; Shackleford, NAWS, sec-

100 meter freestyle finals DesLant, won the 400 meter freestyle ond; Hendrix, AN.p third. .

was won, by 2nd Lt. Frank Pi I\C- again this year. Three AN-P School, 13; NAWS School
ax Drop 17; AE-A School, 1C; AK-A School
reta who, while at Indiana Uni- Trophies for the first three place ; School 15.Fairfax.

versity, was named to the All- winners of each individual event .

American swimming team from were presented by Captain Rich- Face Keesler Wafs Next
ard Greene, Chief of Staff for Softball

Commander Fleet Air Jackson Currently the midst of their only real slump of the season, the

T. lAX ville, following each event. Jax Navy Wave Crackerjax will try to get back on the victory trail Tourney UnderwayA

Winners of the previous night's against the Keesler Air Force Wafs this weekend on the Hospital Softball tournament to de-

Sports finals were also presented their diamond. cide the Commander Fleer Air

trophies by Captain Greene. Victims of three straight setbacks Jacksonville representative for the
Briefs .-._... f the Crackerjax entertain (first half play, the local girLi-ln- ; AirLant tournament Is now in

VC-62, winner of the MainslJe Table Tennis Meet the Keealer girls in a two games blue dropped a 7-6 decision to I progress at the Naval Air Station -

Intramural softball league, is roping ,. series. The first tiff !is slated for Pepsi-Cola. The Crackerjax are .
along in Jacksonville's Men'sCity Commences MondayThe 1930 Friday and the second is set now tied with Pepsi and Cannon Five teams arc entered In the

League competition. The for 1930 Saturday.Two Barbershop for first place. double elimination play which began

squadron has remained unbeatenin NATTCentcr intramuraltable much pitching could well Crarkerjax Schedule Tuesday. Entered are VA-

the second half of play and is tennis tournament will open explain the downfall of the Crack- Friday, July 29: IPSO I 44, Fasron Nine, USS Lake Cham-

currently holding down first place. Monday, August 1, in both singles erjax against the Eglin: Air Force Hospital Field Crackerjax vs. plain, VC-8 of Sanford and VC62.

The VC-62 crew under the and doubles competition. All mat- Base Wale last Saturday. The Keesler Air Force Wafs. In the opener VA-44 was to

coaching of Chief Goodson has a ches will be played during the Wars combined some lusty hitting Saturday, Jaly 30; 1930 meet Fasron 9, Lake Champlain

favorable record of 48 wins in 53 noon hour in the gymnasium with fine pitching to win the first Hospital Field Crackerjax vs. was scheduled with VC-9, and VC-

games. Building 513.Defending. setto, 13-3, and came back to showit Keesler Field Air Force Wafs. 62 drew a bye. Game will continue -

Fireballer Don Glidewill has champion Fred Ene- was no accident by hanging a Tuesday, A gtft ?, 1930 through today and Friday,
lund Marine instructor from Air- Hospital Field Crackerjax vs. if necessary.
16-4 defeat on the Waves. i
chucked 45 of the tilts, winninga
man Preparatory School, is still Jacksonville Gator Girls.Wednesday The AirLant tourney Is set for ,
total of 40. Monday night of this week saw
aboard and will attempt to stave Auguitt 3, -930 Aug. 8-Sept. 2 at Norfolk.
a the Crackerjax drop their first ....
off attempts at his title. Murray Hill Crackerjax vs. -- -
James Lindenmeyer; better game of the second half in the Cannons Barber Shop.
known around the Station as Airman School also won the Top Pislolmen Enter
Girls City League. Winners of the CRACKERJAX BATTING AVKJUGr.fl
"Zeke," coach of the Station Cracker team title last year. Player" POI. AB R II Ave.Dla Regional Pistol MeetSome

jax, has established quite a ., e. n'5 33 ..:1
record for himself in the Navy's HIM., S..,. 41 '!' 19 .Ml 200 of the nation's top
Back, r'. 18 S 7 .311
softball world. "Zeke," who has pistol men vie for honors in the
Ward, e. T.:7 37 Ml
pitched Navy softball for the last Ortl, If. 35 .1 9 ..344C Southeastern Regional: Pistol
ten years was the chucker for the ry .,.'", 0., p. 87 3* 31 ..344C Championship to be held today
Norfolk, Va.. Amphibs who for .ffff>, rf. !" < 3 .:.SNKlUakcrter through Sunday at the Jackson
; ef, IS 0 S ..371Aakrratt
the '
three straight years captured ville Police Pistol Club.
d. M 19 1* .Ml
Atlantic Fleet championships in C.rkky. P., If. t. 2. 1C .%//11 Heading the list of notables is
1948, 1949 and 1950. At one time Steward, Ik. 33 13 S .%42 Sgt. Joe Bcnner, national and international -
being able to chuck three gamesIn Car...., p. (4 13 13 .!4IrUaratrWk. pistol king who has
2k 44 31 !' ..WHeaiuT
a day, Zeke now feels he would won just about every honor thereis
p. 32. 5 .133
just like to take it slow and easy. } to win In pistol firing.
xsi ', 3 3M The pistol range is located on
Entries ReceivedFor
Three players, all pitchers, from Prison Road, which can be reach

Aviation Ground Officers Schoolat Checker Tourney ed by Hecksher' Drive, via Main

the Naval Air Technical Train- F Street.
Entries are now being receivedfor .
ing Center, are now working out
the NATTCenter checker tour-
will Alton Downs Parish
with the Jax Navy Fliers and
nament August 8 which will
be eligible for the Sixth Naval For Chess Honors
round out the summer
District Tournament at Pe aco-
intramural competition. Homer Alton, sailor from Naval
Ia next month. ,
Those planning- to compete Air Weapons System School) is
The three are Avery Hausmass,
should contact Chuck Dawson or the new chess champion of NAT-
Harry Bennett and Mel Schauerman -
Don Hampton, Building 614 or TCenter as a result of his three-
who started the eightweekcourse
extension 481. out-of-four victory in the finals
with the class that convened -
this week. A Play will be held during the last week against Jim Parish of
p i. Marine Aviation Detachment Dis
S two stickers will bear noon hour in the Enlisted Men'slounge
"WATCH THESE TWO" These bursing.
A tip of the bonnet to }.[aJ. Edward watching in the pre-Sixth Naval District baseball tournament Building 593.
:MaJoney of-Airman Prepara- warm-up flashes arranged for Jax Navy's entry. Third sacker i Team honors went to MarAv-
all- Jim Youngblood (left) and second sacker Mel Young have shown An optimist 1 is a man who Det with 40 points; AN-P School,
tory School and the hustling plenty of power at the plate for Jax Navy daring recent practice thinks the cleaners are shrinkingthe 36, NAWS, 33; AE School 13 and
hands sports program the school to 'make plenty of noise come tournament .
sessions and are expected
waistband nt his tro" er.. AK School)J, 21i
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smmmFor Study PossibilityOf jjjr

New Summer
Rent : .+
_5 rm. furn. apt. $75 Mo. 2594 Park Dress For WavesA .

EV 9-5987 Available August 1
new and more chic-look
4 rm. furn. apt., $71 Mo. 1223 :
ing uniform may be In the off- ;
Willow Branch Ave. EV 9-5998,
Ing tor'Navy Waves. The possibility

.. Potter. of tailoring new uniforms (
1 bdrm. turn apt., Carswell Apts. especially designing new b 'T

2864 Olga PL $75 Mo. EV 7-2339 summer uniforms is now being 't. ? _

Mrs. Carswell, studied by the Bureau of' PersonneL :
.3 bdrm. turn hse. $170 Mo. 1872 *

Talbot. EV 72339. The Waves, long have open- .4v

5 rm. furn. apt. 2660 Forbes. ly envied the more stylish and

EV 7-3697. Mrs. Snow. "smarter looking" uniforms of I Ik
In the Marine e .
women Corps,
4 rm: furn. hse $75. Mo. 2565
and Air Force.
Peach Drive. EV 9-4448.
"Old fashioned and )
3 rm. furn apt. $40 Mo. plus gas. style" .
28' trailer with 8 x 20 rm. $35 "messy and wrinkled" after a

and utilities. Iron Kettle Trailer few pertaining hours' wear to the are criticisms L. x t' _
gray seer-
Park. 112-8-4061.
sucker dress for summer Whileit AWARDED SAFETY PINS -- Records of accident-free supervision ranging from two to nine
2 bdrm. furn. gar. apt. 2 ml. south is riot supposed to need iron years, brought safety awards to nine employees at the NAS Supply department. On hand to present
NAS. 8480 Manresa St. $70. Mo. the workers with their safety pins was Capt. James J. McKinstrey, extreme left front. Cited for
after the Waves
Mrs. Samples 11284551. ing washing, I safety were (front rfrw, left to right), Alfred Szarmanskl, foreman; Ernest McLaughlin, quarter- I
declare, it looks "like the dick- man; William Lowe, leadln&man; James Raulerson, Quarterman; and Don Whltner, leadingman.
.3 bdrm. furn. hse. $100 Mo. large ens after a tour in the washing Back row, Joe Hodges, leadingman; William Williams, leadingman; Samuel Kirkland t quarterman;
yard. 3279 N. Sunnybrook Ave. machine. Most of the women ,and Engish Hilton, leadingman, who is a reserve on two-weeks active duty with NARTU.

Woodstock Park. EV 9-2455. will not wear the dress on liberty -

2 bdrm. apt. $75 Mo. 2268 W. preferring blues or civilian French SailorsTo French Navy

Lakeshore. Eve. EV 9-4652. dress for off-duty attire.
(Continued from Page 1))
2 rm. cottage. 8524 Maderla Ave. Suggested changes, If the AGO School attending school in Canada.
11288244. B. J. B. Sodler.
same seersucker dress is kept,
The two officers
Four French sailors Including spent brief pe-
3 bdrm. hse. 5116 Ortega Forest Navy -
are less material in the skirt,
riods in this several
two warrant officers country years
Dr. Kidd. $140 Mo. EV81262.
an open collar, elimination Of Sanner in New Orleans and
and two chief officers ago
petty ,
2 bdrm unfurn apt., 2580 Riverside -
the'necktie. A dress with long
Chevalier in New York while
; day, EL 4-7111; eve, EV- sleeves was another suggestion. Capt. Louise Wilde, assistant reported aboard at the NATT- servIng -
8-79041; Cowart. 'Chief of Naval Personnel For Center Monday for a 12-week aboard the French training:

For Sale Women, will visit the Jacksonville course of instruction at Avia- ship Jeanne d'Arc. Both are engineers -
familiar with aircraft and
'1953 Spartan 31' trailer $1000. Naval Air Station from the tion Storekeeper School. aircraft accessories.

for $3000. equity. Lot 26 Aza- evening of July 31 until the after- The students are Warrent
Martin, besides being a technician -
lea Trailer Park. noon of August 2. It is hoped the Officers Rene Gavoret and
is also a pilot, trained by the
1951 36' two bedroom trailer Captain will be present for the Jean Perrin, and Chief Petty French Navy.ACCORDING.

\ $2700. R. E. Mitchell, AEC, opening of the Waves Lounge on Officers, Roland Dclabaudiere

Lot 182, Azalea Trailer Park. August 1.Working. and Tullio Cacovlche. TO CIIEV ALUm,
who is attached to an 0 and R"
2 bdrm. hse. Near NAS. 4671 Tim- (Clt Armtd Facts fr.n S.lce) crews are busy gettingall
department in Toulon those of
uquana Rd. Brinson, EV 81460. The life story of William Lear, last minute work accomplished -
Scouting: Squadrons America are much larger and em-
in the before the
1953 Westwood hse. trailer. Lot 9 inventor of the automatic pilot lounge
(Continued from Page 2)) ploy more workers The Toulon
opening takes The loungeis
Azalea trailer park. for airplanes, will be filmed next
University of California. They are: department, he said, employs 1,000.
not quite complete but will be
3 bdrm. hse cement blk. 5389 year. Starring Robert Cummings,
Ensigns Jock McGregor, Creswell The three appear to enjoy most
Woodcrest. Mr. Stover. EV 8- the movie will be called "Honor finished later on as time permits.
6270. and Cole, James Adams, James Tuck- American foods, but dissent with
er., Charles Southball, John Battler ts preparation. In France, they
t MiscellaneousRide It was a real smash-bang success -
Read it now: and Gerald Gilbert. They will be said, condiments and seasonings
Wanted, 7-3:30.: Mrs., L. R. Meaning the Waves pre-
editor of the
used with discretion
here for approximately two are so as to
Gilbert, 1908 Colee EV 8-5137. anniversary dance. People came
Hitching Post, months for indoctrination and then to preserve the full flavor of each,
Ride wanted from in dtoves the music
6th and Maineor was good.
7th Cav. Regt. will go to Pensacola for flight while here they are mixed Indiscriminately -
6th and lona. 7:15 1630 The Waves birthday party celebration
: ,
newspaper, i aPfc training.The Also meals in Franceare
Lora Kurz. Ext. 12. held last Friday nightcouldn't
4 Edward R. squadron softball team is served in courses, to be eatenIn
have been better.
Murrow Everyone busy with the intramural playoffs leisurely fashion, while i here
had wonderful time.
Second Navy Red-haired Susan a and the golf team has shown the entire meal may be served at
acs lIaywar4dances <1 steady Improvement. Dr. William once on a "blue plate special".
(Continued from Page 1) for the Want to dance on a dock under Blackmon and Carroll Mabry CS-2 Objection was raised to'"jam with

James Morgan, TDAN, attachedto first time in her the stars with a huge ship over- led the team to 7l/2 points over ham" and corn-on-the-cob. But in

FaetuLant Detachment Two, long career in shadowing the background? operations and VP-18. the absence of the native French

was declared the winner over a the movie "I'll Sounds great, doesn't it? The wines, they accept Navy coffee

field of 30 contestants. Secondwas ....______.'11 Cry Tomorrow," crew of the Lake Champlain has VP-5 with enthusiasm.
pantomimist Emmett Ro- Susan: iiaywara rum biography cordially extended an invitationto New squadron arrivals this past While not the first representatives

difcr, AA, a student at AE Schoolat of Lillian Roth. Ex-Army all service women on the station week were D. R Kenner, AN; C. of the French Navy to visit

NATTCenter and now with Pvt. Chico Vejar plays 'a movie to come to their annual L. Tullls SN; M. H. Merino, AN; I American military bases, they are

VP-16, while in third place was role he covets in real life-that ship's dance to be held August and D. E. Peterson, AN. the first to concentrate on the

singer, James Fields of 0 & R. of a boxing champ-In "The WorldIn 4 at NAAS Mayport.Transportation The Guantanamo operations con- IIUP-2. Their visit here was authorized -

However, at the Sixth ND com- My Corner," now being filmed will leave both tinue. Several aircraft and crews by the Secretary of the

petitions, Rodifer was the only In Hollywood. Waves barracks 720 and 723 at were rotated again this week, and Navy.

Jax entrant to place, winning a Arthur Godfrey, radio-TV entertainer 1930 on the night of the dance. the returning units report continu-
trip to the New York finals. Stop by the MAA desk and pick tag success in anti-sub training exercises

Appearance of all Navy talenton has resigned his commission up your ticket. week as she collects her walking .

the hour long TV show last as a commander, in the Naval Waves of the Week Special papers from the U. S. Navy.

September was highly praised by Reserve, ending 35 years of association congratulations are in line for the Marian, who has been Chaplains Fawtufant
TV viewers throughout the na yeoman, is being discharged. Tuutulant, Detachment A, had
with the Navy both as number of shipmates in the bar
tion. I an all hands party Friday aftern-
an EM and officer Walt Disney racks who have turned into real
noon at the Anchorage and It is
reports 5,002.000 records sold rooters for their Crackerjax Joan Riedy of NAS walks down
reported that all hands had a good
of the song "Ballad of Davy Croc squad. These Cackerjax fans are the aisle tomorrow to become the
Instrument Flight time. This stag affair was a going
kett." It is second in sales only to never absent from any of the bride of Jim Cassell better pegg- party for the officer-in-
Waves softball home encounters. ed as "Junior" around NAS. The away
I Bing Crosby's "White Christmas"disc.
Quiz charge, Lcdr. A. W. Callanan, Jr.
They add that little extra go couple met while both were sta- .
( of Instrument Flight --4.--- team from the benches, that is tioned at Mainside. Junior has

Quiz Page 3)) Song that'll never make the hit music to a player's ears. been a enthusiastic participatorin AGO Officer Leaves

1. 500; 1,000; 2,000; Ret: Car parade: "She Sneezed In Her Tomato the Jax varsity sports program

Part 60. Soup And We Thought She Marian Rhodes turns in hersetof during the three years he was Billet After Long Tour

2. False. Ref: SupplementaryFlight Had< The Measles.! blues for a dress of civies,this stationed here. Lcdr. J. K. A. Bobbitt, associated

Informati6n Document, for the last 33 months with

... page 3. False.140. Ret: OPNAV Inst I II\ New Goober Can Forestalls Blood-Letting I\ Aviation NATTCenter Ground and Officers more recently Schoolat

3720.2. as Training Officer, will be detached
4. 5,000; 5; Ref: OPNAV' Inst.- Good news. The peanut can 1,000 or more tins ox. a crossing.But .- a new "fool-proof can guaran- August 1.

37107. menace has been eliminated. the trouble is( people are teed to forestall bloodletting.It He has been ordered to reportto

According to the Military Sea always leaving empty containers has no sharp edges. The Combat Intelligence Center

WEATHER OUTLOOKFriday Transportation Service peanut in passageways for other top makes a good ashtray, but School, NAS, Glenview, Ull. for

Partly cloudy and cans have been one of the leading passengers to step on. Either the rest of the can is too strongto duty.

.hot with scattered afternoon thun- threats to life and limb or, any- that, or they gash themselves be bent easily. .
der showers. way, limb aboard MSTS troop trying to bend them into make- The new tins, which will be made Info On AA AvailableFor

Saturday Cloudy and warm; and passenger ships making the I shift ashtrays.So available on the general marketas information concerning

Scattered afternoon showers. Atlantic run. the makers of the peanuts ,well as .to ships' stores, reputedly Alcoholic Anonymous, station

Sunday Hot with afternoon Goobers are popular shipboard and the makers of the containersgot > cost a half million,dollarsto personnel 'are requested to call'

: thunder showers. Cloudy skies. snacks Ships' stores usually sell I together( recently and designed develop. That ain't peanuts., extension 648.



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