Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 30, 1953
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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F' Be Familiar With Alert Conditions

I. Precautionary Hurricane Measures Set For stutioni.1

Condition II denotes that eva- evacuation is considered neces
It ha long; been the policy of tlons of alert for evacuation of aircraft, safe
within 24 hours is prob sary. Operational requirements
of aircraft, and stagesof cuation
the Naval Air Station to provideprecautionary These bills are only concernedwith storage and weather conditions permit
will be
alert. able. Flight operations
measures to guard storms of hurricane velo-
aircraft will be
all flyable
will be ting
secured liaison officers
against threatening; danger from city, and neither ,should be confused Condition III indicates that evacuated Immediately.

hurricnn that may strike the with the Station Storm the path of a hurricane has been sent to refuge airports, and air- Indicates
Condition X-Ray
coastline of Florida during the Bill. established, and iti trend threatens -- craft in excess of those which winds -
hurricane are expected
summer months. .. .. this station Flight operations have pilots assigned for eva- that
These severe tropical ktorms BASICALLY, the Aircraft will continue during this cuation will*.be *evacuated.. *. do not, but permit weather evacuation. All

generally form between June Hurlcane Evacuation BUI outlines condition, but advance prepara- I that aircraft is to be secured in the

and October, and occur most procedure to be observed tions will be made CONDITION means best possible manner.

in and --- ------
frequently August Sep *. .

tember. Statistics released show
&A -
THE RKFl'flK: airports assigned
the chances of the Jacksonville Jax NAS
to NAS are

area being in the path of a hur Olathe, Kan., NAS Birmingham,'

ricane as 1 In 50. 0 WJo Air Force'
J Ala., and Campbell
Personnel: here should familiarize J11Xt.r. Base!, Ky.Procedul't.

themselves with provisions for protection of

contained in two station .l .ct 1 h h nun (III fcv government property and safetyof

hurricane bills, the Hurricane I station personnel Is outlined

Security Bill arid the Aircraft VOL-ll No. 16 U. S. N. A S. Jacksonville, Fla 30 July 1953 (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 3))

Hurricane Evacuation Bill, which
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list the various' stages of condi-
7 Million Appropriated

Civilians To Hold 1. O&R Expansion Program

Annual Elections

Friday, August 7 1 1At Nears Construction StageThe

long anticipated expansion of the Overhaul and Repair
Civilian employees of the Station
will cast their ballots Friday,, .. Department at the Naval Air Station, presently headedby

Capt. Lconidas D, Coates, Jr., will get its initial start
August 7 to elect foul teen new
e Aug. II) when hid are opened in the Charleston, S, C. office .
Station Committees '
Shop and to !
of Public Works for construction of a disassembly building
replace four members on the

Board of Directors of the Employees and a cleaning building .
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Association. '. 'xM aA. atA, Funds for the overall expansion is generally conceded to be one

This year seven Shop Commit which include about 16 ma- of the finest in the entire Navy.

tees will he elected from the! Overhaul i jor projects estimated to cost Equipped and operated accordingto

and Repair department, four about seven million dollars, were the most modern"standards of

from Public Woiks, two at Supplyand : appropriated by Congress; in the I
efficiency and production, it has
Fiscal, and a final committeeto I fiscal years 195253.

represent all the other departments .. *. I Only half the appropriatedfunds served frequently as a showplace

located heie. I NEW RECRUITING HEAD-Capt. Solomon I"\ Oden (left), have been released from for the Navy, as industrialengineers

All non-superviwoiy employees,, inspector of recruiting and Naval officer procurement of the Third the general "freeze" order governing : from all parts of the
Recruiting Area, congratulates U. Arthur F. Doty (right), new
below GS-9, and leading men, who I officer-in-charge of the Jacksonville Recruiting District, upon relieving I all defense construction nation come here to inspect the

report for work on or before the Lcdr. Frank T. Davenport who has just retired aftercompleting Professionally DesignedThe various shops and facilities.
date of election are entitled to 33 years active service The U. S. Naval ,Recruiting
II Service covering Florida and south Georgia maintains its headquarters two buildings, designed by At the present time more than
vote. Employees will vote only for I
In the Federal Building, Jacksonville.! Reynolds, Smith and Hills, architect 3,000 engineers and skilled or
the committee which will
represent I engineers, will be located semi-skilled workers are employ ,

their, shop.' .. of Truce Welcome 'just northwest of the O&R building ed in this one department.

KallAtft Available )Signing The hangar-type disassem The Navy also operates an apprentice
Official ballots will be available bly building will be of steel training there

to all employees at voting time,, frame construction, about 152 by program
for civilian personnel, a rounded

nominees and will and contain sufficient the names space for of I News To Personnel HereThe 155 feet.The cleaning. building, where I training program for its enlisted

personnel, and'encourages col-

ployees write-In desire of candidates to vote for should persons em guns : ;stopt'd-i in Korea. There isa quiet over the I disassembled parts of aircraft lege engineering students to do

other than those listed. Previouslylists I' country that has known no peace for three years. Men from many will be thoroughly cleaned be- summer work in its engineeringgroup.
the for
fore going into shops repair .
of nominees will be posted lands are no longer falling on an alien soil.
will be
overhaul, an
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throughout the station. I The knowledge came as an an- -the history of our nation." open-type structure about 125 Student engineers from the

Persons nominated to the various ticlimactic thing to people every *. *. by ]150 fpet.Additional. Universities of Florida, Alabama,
Shop Committees are: Overhaul where. The months of discussion' Tennessee and Georgia Tech

and Repair members: Shop had on occasion been spoken of From NATTCenter Capt. bids for construction are engaged in this summer

Committee No. 1--Frank E. Byejs,, as being everything from ridic- David McCampbell comes this of an electronics building, work program at the present

Margaret J. Callahan, Dorothy D. ulous to treacherous! However, I statement, 'The Korean truce, plant division offices and shops, time.

Farady, Joseph Gillespie, Joseph C. the armistice has been signed, I I though certainly a large step toward and extension of the present -- -
I O&R shops, are expected to be
Goss and Christine P. Hai"tweli. a permanent peace, shouldby
the sentiment of most II
Voicing in the future
I advertised near
Shop Committee No. 2-RobertL. was Rear Adm. Osborne B. no means reduce the qualityof 'Flying Daddies'Sponsor
also called
i The original program
Adams, Horace B. Duncan, Er- Hardison, Commander Fleet Air, trainees at the Naval Air
for construction helicopter
win O. Heck, Allie M. Nolan, Reg Jacksonville who said, "The long Training Center. Nor, with world overhaul facilities Outing

inald D. Norman, Edwin S. Robin- awaited truce in Korea comes as conditions remaining as they are,

Don and Hiram H. Van Houten. months should it reduce the incentive on Finest In Navy
welcome climax to the "
Shop Committee No. 3--Robert a of suspense which led up to it. the part of each individual" The NAS O&R- -department. -- For Young Boy

E. Boyer, Julian Gray, Dewitt T. We may well rejoice at this -
Little Belzer hill
Jewell, William C. Snead and achievement." I ly"r Tony got
Wood. iraYt first close up of an airplane
James' H. .
S and the fellow
O & R NomineesShop rte recently young
Committee No. William He goes on, "However we had an entire group of "dad.dies" .

must the sobering thought,
to answer his many ques
F. Atwood Paul }(. Breibelbls, J.
that this truce is only a step in tions about the aircraft
E. Gay, John M. Moore, Willie W.
the direction ,of peace in Korea
Moran, Louie F. Royal, and AlvinE. Nine-year-old Tony wall
and the world. difficult
Warren. Many elated with his tour and his
problems remain for the confer-
Shop Committee No. 5-Carlos daddies, instructors of the
ence table. All of us hope and
M Arias, Alva L. Brown, ErnestL. NATTCenter Aviation Elec-
believe they will be settled by
Chambliss, Thomas S. Clegg, + trician School who have"adopted"
peaceful means.
(Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 4) s him, were pleased
"However to give strength and with his reaction.

authority to our representativesat Through the generosity of 30
Weekend Tide Tablc'Uigh future conferences, and as a
kqrY instructors, Tony will have a
Low safeguard in case peaceful methods ,
t w o-w e e k, all-expenses-paid
A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. fail, it is essential our armed
outing at Camp Crystal Lake
Sat. 2.09: 12:47: 6:18: 7.02: forces be kept- strong and readyfor
beginning on Aug. 8. The
Sun. 1:05: 1:48: 7:16: 8:10: whatever contingency may .
camp is sponsored by the North
Central Florida Society for
Capt. Burnham C, McCaffree, 1j
T r.4&DYro9 Crippled Children and the University
Weather Report commanding officer of NAS T:"" szzT'a: -...;. :_1B98&i : "_" ""_
i, of Florida.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday Jacksonville expressed his feel- SITTING PRETTY-Perched on an airplane for the first time,

Partly' cloudy skies, scattered ings with, "Let us rejoice in the and surrounded by some of his "daddies" is little Tony Belrer, who "Come up and see me" at

afternoon thunder showers, con- Korean truce becoming a reality, has been given a two-week trip to Camp Crystal! Lake through the camp, Tony told his "fly
efforts' the generosity of 30 instructors Grouped around Tony are (left ing daddies" after they had
mid retard
tinued hot, temperature in but let us not our
to right) John Balanky, AEC; Cpl. Roger Timmer; Gene! Sprague, shown him live NATTC ntec
dle 90'. Light southeasterlywinds. in maintaining the most efficient AE1; 8/Sgt. John Babb; S/Sgt. Wesley liaumann, and James", Tjr-

fighting force ever assembled in lee, AEC.: airplane

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Two JAX AIR NEWS 30 July 1953


(Continued from face 1) .1
J S sa .>r :
m> in the Hurricane Security Bill.

Four conditions of alert are

Published e>ery Thursday tor Navy actMUci at Naval Air Station. Jack- contained therein. t-r
omUU., Ha.
MS J kMktiII When the commanding officer

rapt. Durnhftm C. )McCaffrt .........................S..Commanding Officer orders Condition IV, there is a
Comdr. James 1U Armstrong ......... ........ .......1.I .....Executive Uftlcer
*, Fleet Air Jatki. iilU possible threat of destructive 1:1j I .
Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardlstn. ............................... .Commander winds within 72 hours. General
(;IIpt. Howard V. Hopkins .. ..... ........ .. ...................Chief of Staff
will continue but initial -
operations ,
fleet Air WI luc Eleve

Capt.Comdr.: Arthur Joteph S.T.Born Thointcn::::::::::::::::::::::.'::::.':::.':( .J.i'. Staff Commander Officer preliminary precautionary
will be take 31t.
N.ral Ate Ttekileal' Trtlatsr Ct.*er measures '
rapt. DaVId McCampbell ..................................................................Commanding Officer Condition III destruc-
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart ......... ..........................Executl: Otticer Under ,
Natal HaaplUlCapt. tive winds are possible within 48 i-:
Edward S. Lowe ...,.., _-.Commending: Officer vc ;
Copt U A. Newton ....-, .--r....,.. .....-.. ................_Executive Officer hours and measures as indicated rc; e r
MARTU above will be continued.
Capt. Eaaton B. Noble ............,,,,,,.,...............Commanding: officer
Comdr. Anthony Truaao ............. .........................Executive Officer. When winds of hurricane force
are expected within 24 hours,

The JAX AIR NEWS ta published weekly at the \3. S. Naval Air Station Condition II will be set, and

Jackaonvllle.Mt no rvpen)'loilda.government and printed and commercially In compliance with" with non NAVEXOS-appr'phated P-33,funds Rev. precautions will be taken to secure -- ._.,, ..--.,,"'...-II...w;.. '",...-...... ......." -
Nov IS-Uv o f.hr: distributed free of charge: at the Naval Air Station the the entire station within
Naval Air Technical Training Center Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, Na\al REVIEWS DEPARTMENT-Capt. Leonidas D. Coates (right),
Air /Station Cecil field and the U. S. Naval HospitaL 12 hours General operations 0 & R officer, reviews departmental progress with Comdr. George

Editor-Andrew H. Planey continue if possible.At W. Ellenburg (left), new assistant 0 & R officer Comdr Ellen- I

Acting Editor-Helen Harper: ; Sporii Editor-John Charvat. ANT. Stilt this time the executive burr, who assumed his duties the middle of this month, comes
n"JOrlerl-JI!: llcndemon KNSN: Mildred Mueller SN; ClrcuUtlon-Dlatrlbu-I here from Rockaway, New Jersey where he has been Bureau of
lion-Marge Kusro, 3\\.lr;\ a Knox bt'l SA. I officer will take necessary stepsto Aeronautics representative at the Reaction Motor Company plant.
The JAX AIR a the Armed Forces Press Service recall all station
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted without
the written permission of Armed Forces Treat Service. Republication of other and cancel all liberty. All local
matter, except by **vlce publication. U prohibited without permlialon ofEditor LOCAL VACANCIESFOR Assistant Post At
JAX AIR NEWS. broadcasting: stations will be
and Editorial: \ offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extensions 8184 utilized to carry out this obJec- CIVILIANSCivil O&RCivenloComdr

Service has announced

21&t tive.When winds of hurricane five local position vacancies and

I I REPORT WASHINGTON I force are expected to reach the one at the Naval Base, Nor- EllenburgComdr.

local area within 12 hours, the folk, Virginia. Here are a list George W. Ellenburg has

..' ..",...-,...-, ...'-....._.._-' .....--. executive officer will order the of positions available assumed duties as assistant Over-
complete securing of the Sta- NAS Jax-Electrical Engineer -
(ly Armed Forces Press ) I' haul and Repair officer, relieving
promotion to first lieutenant, cap tion. Condition I will be ordered GS-9 $5060 to 95810
Lt. Gen. I. D. White will Comdr Albert R. Weldon who has
tain, major and lieutenant colonel. when destructive winds
t'ommand of the Second 1 are annum. left for George Washington Uni-
All promotions will be temporary,
imminent. All NAS Jax-Supervisory Mech-
with headquarters at Ft. possible precautions versity, Washington, D. C. wherehe
e the :Marine Corps said. A ]list of will be taken.to safeguard anical Engineer, GS-11, $5940to
G. Meade Md. will attend Naval Post Graduate
probably a
those selected will be out late this and material. $6940 annum.
tember of this year. Now I personnel per School of Instruction.Coni' .
manding general of the X NAS Clerk-Stenograph (r. Ellenburg comes here

in Korea, Gen. White will An elght-courne' Air Commandand Name Baietto er, GS-4, $3175 to 3655 per an- from duty as Bureau of Aeronautics -

Lt. Gen. Edward H. Brooks Staff School program for 1954 num.NAS Jax-Cash representative at the Reac
retired Apr. 30. I tion Motor Company plant in
enroll 5500
e I will approximately NATTCenterPOofWeek (Collection), GS-3, $2950to
i Air Force officers. For the first $3430 Rockaway New Jersey.
The Defense per annum. *
time, graduation from either the NAS Jax Hous-
called for 23,000 men electronics A native of Birmingham, Ala
logistics, comptroller,
ing Manager GS-7, $4205 to
tember for assignment bama
Comdr. Ellenburg is no
intelligence course will be con.sldered .
(This it ihe fourteenth in a new 4955 per annum.
Army. The Navy, Air I comparable to graduationfrom stranger to the southlands or to
Naval Base Norfolk Illus-
Petty Officer the Week
of -
Marine do not
Corps Jacksonville. Following his
the field officer course, the Series at the Naval Air Technical trator (General), GS7.
place calls for September. Air \iation from Auburn, he worked
I Force stated. All classes will
More Information be obtained
i Training Center.) can -
with the
American and
be conducted at Maxwell AFB, Telegraph
from the Industrial Relations
Adm. Felix B. Stump Ala. I Joseph Baietto, HM3 of NATT- Telephone Company here In Jack

named to the poat of e I Center Dispensary, has been -associated I department, Building 907. sonville! for two 'ears prior to entering '

in-Chief of the Pacific The 10th campaign in the Ko- with the Marine Corps or the Navy in 1935.
succeeds Adm. Arthur W. I with Marine activities for nearlyall Comdr. Ellenburg received his
War has been announced
by NROTC Exam Date I
ford ': of the three years he has beenin
Chairman-designate the Army. It is Korean Summer wings at NAS Pensacola in 1937,
Joint Chiefs of Staff. the Navy.At I and served aboard the USS Okla-
'I '
-FaU 1953. The closing date for Sel For December
a e I present he is with the Mas- homa and USS
the ninth campaign (third Korean Lexington (VB-2))
l.t. Gen. John E. : ter-at.Arms staff of the NATT- The
; I winter) was Apr. 31, 1953. The I service-wide Navy college before returning there for instructor -

mer Fourth Army 10th campaign began :May 1 ml Center Dispensary. ,I aptitude test for entry as midshipmen duty in 1939.
has succeeded Gen. John R. t I II I He came herein into NROTC will be a *

to become acting Chief of j February i conducted Dec. 12 with qualified It Man In 1942 that Comdr. Ellen

Field Forces. Gen. Hodge Civil Service Rights 1952. Navy enlisted personnel eligible. burg received an AEDO designation

June 30 as Chief of Army I Baietto work. Enlisted personnel on active and since then he has served

Forces. Gen. Dahlqutet I Now Assured K-Vets I ed In the coalmines duty are offered 200 of approx- at the Naval Aircraft Factory u

manded the 36th Inf. Dlv. A new law signed by President i I around imately 2000 appointments to be BuAer representative at the Avia-

rope during WWII. i Eisenhower provides a safeguard i Kincaid, Ill, for .; made in this year's program. tion Gas Turbine Division of Westinghouse -

I for Korea veterans civil service three years before Nominations for the tests should and at the JATO

Five hundred eighty-one sml11er'r.rights. I joining the x reach the Bureau of Naval Personnel I Branch of BuAer in Washington,

Corps Reserve officers on I I Although there are several ditferences Navy In October by Oct. 20 for the 1954 D. C.

duty have been selected the act assures new 1950. Baietto 1 fall class. Personnel may applyto Comdr. Ellenburg has also attended -

veterans the same! government 'I After attending boot camp at their commanding officersfor the Naval Post Graduate

employment rights that veteransgot I Great Lakes, HI., and Corpsmen nomination to take the Navy School, and in 1949 received a

after WWII. It restores and School there, he spent a year at college aptitude test. Masters Degree in Industrial Engineering

preserves the eligibility status Camp Lejeune, N. C., with the A joint BuPers-Marine Corps I : from Purdue .University -

of these men who were carried Marines directive in Feburary 1954 will i ,

o.i a civil service register and Baietto is marli ied, and has a publish the names of successful _

MAINSIDE were eligible for permanent government nine month old daughter, Debbie, I candidates. BuPers Instruction

Thurs., July 30 I, positions before enter- who was born at the. Naval Hospital 1111.4 of July 13, 1953 provides
Valley of the ing the armed forces. here detailed instructions.

Johnny Weis _.._
I -- --- -L- SERVXCES-
Fri., July 31

. unbelt .. George I Maclean. Bergen Brady Net Honor Man Awards II Sunday Services at All Saints
Sat., Au=-. 1 Chapel list the following sermons:

Affairs of Dobie Gillis I 0830-"Unorthodox Saints" V
I Honor student recognition in the with a mark of 79. Pennsylvania
.. ........Debbie I 1 I Military College for Chaplain Humphreys.
three graduating classes of Naval I Maclean has been assigned to
NATTCENTERThurs. I I I a year. A married man, he Is 1045-Communion Service by
I Air Technical Training Center Hawaii for duty since completingthe
., July 30 I bound from here to NATTU, Lake- Chaplain Gatlin.
schools last week was won by two 19-week electrician's course. I
Abbot & Costello Meet Dr. hurst, N. J., for further Protestant
'I schooling
sailors and a Marine. I The Northville, Mich., native has '
& Mr. Hyde ..Abbott & II I 0830-All Saints Chapel.
Highest average was S9.17, been in the Navy since August Brady reported to the Aviation
Frl., July 31 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel.
1952. He entered the school after
turned in by : Store keep.er .
Valley of the 1045-All Saints Chapel,
his recruit and airman
I Donald Mac completing School here i
.Johnny Catholic
A E A N training from AirmanP
lean ,
Sat., Aug. 1 I Sunday-0830; 1000 1$11, St.Edward's .
top student of Marine Bergen ( ) School at .
Gunbelt George: Chapel.Saturday0800Mass
NAVAL Aviation Electrician led a class G Norman, Okla. .
I "A" of 135 Marine Prior to joiningthe
Thurs., July 30 Dally-0630-Mass.

Mission Over Korea ........ School Marine and Navy per. .4. Navy he Sunday-Mass at Hospital Chapel

.,. ...__...John Pfc. Douglas M. sonnel in compiling 9 was employed 1645.
Fri, July 31 Bergen's 88.86 his mark. ed by the Mormon1930TuesdayNATTC
enlist Standard Phar-
Abbot & Costello Meet Dr. average was .. Before Chaplain' -
>" "'* 1
& Mr. Hyde. Abbott & best In Airman Maclean ing In the ser' macal Co.,. of office.

Sat., Aug. 1 I School and Cur- vice the White- Chicago Brady. Christian Science'1900Tuesday'NATTC

Valley. of the Us H. Brady, AKAN, topped marsh, Pa..1 ';::" .sf-X; :* I His next assignment is to duty Chap

Johnny Wc !\ I Aviation Storekeeper students I youth attended Bergen with VX-3 lit Atlantic City, N, J. lain's office.Page .



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30 July 1953 JAX AIR NEWS i

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'. .,;".<.,
book its cov
,i: "Never judge a by

r 4Y er" ii as true today as when it was
r S coined, but not a soul we know

I follows through with It. Covers
: .
xY.a and/or dust jackets with eye ap- !V w

peal-that Is what counts (and

: often causes our bulletin boards to .

resemble pixy-led rainbows)!

We've taken a few to see just' how zw

accurately one can or cannot judge

the book by the cover. ui'lf :o.. ._. .-- ",

Green FIre-The 'jacket is designed INSPECTS FACTORY-Part of the group of O & R time study

H i ,. ...; : .> "- I' to put over the title, the engineers that recently toured the National Container of automaticbox Corpora-
tion is shown (above) observing the operation an
I > sylized fire! is brilliant green machine. They are (left to right): Edwin .

......,.. ___.____"'n _..,n_.___ against a dark background. Mightbe Davis folding, Landry and A.stapling Wintz, Perry N. Medlock, John J. Will, Warren "

BUT WE'RE MARRIED-When Lcdr. E. George Yesko and a large leaf! The story is definitely L. Lewis, J. T. Wall of the manufacturing company, and Herbert
for duty here, they McMillin. Below, Wall (center) explains details of the equipment
his wife, Lt.jg) Vcldora C. Yesko, reported not for conservationalistsor W.
attempted to get accommodations at the BOQ. However, the desk botany students. It is science! to Wintz (front) and Lewis in the background.
and assigned separate rooms to the young
clerk took no chances,
) couple. It all straightened out the next day, and Lcdr. Yesko fiction (very good according to the
I checked in at VP-3, while LUjg( ) Yesko reported to Capt. Warren avid fans who have read it). Motion Study

i i E. Klein, senior station medical officer, who put her In charge Isle
. of the Waves sick call. clothes, the Tours
gard, wearing ragged Group

Who's The Dependent? figures of two girls and a young

man on the beach suggest a modern Local PlantA

triangle. The story is a novelof .
Confused Welcome For the 16th century. The peopleare group of engineers from the i ,

French, the beach (Isle of Industrial Management Office .

Demons) is just one atop in the of the Overhaul and Repair Department

voyage to make New France. at the Naval Air Station .

'Unusual' Officer Team Corner Stone-The full spread last Friday toured the .,. i

jacket is a story in itself! It depicts plant of the National Container ; : ;.w., 1

Who is the dependent when two Naval officers marry i the Interior of what is apparently Corporation. f

each other? a drug store in the busy The purpose of the visit. and

hours after the close of school. A tour was to enable the men to
That question was responsiblefor Lcdr. and Lt. (jg) Yesko reported standards .. .
to lead to just methods and )<
Lcdr. E. George good jacket you compare
separating here from duty in Wash ,.,
Yesko and Lt. (jg) Veldora Yes- ington, D. C., where they met. such a story of varied characters, of effect private at industry the 0 &with R Depart thosein (. ;L .:)1
full of interesting plans.
ko when they reported here for They were married in Detroit the
Ch'1lIzation-Jacket: flame ment. The group also studied
this week and applied for a Lost '
duty last February. His present duty opera-
the senior BOQ. color focus on three characters in wage incentive system Plans
room station is with VP-3 while she Center
blends intoa at National Container. They
dress of different eras tion
the enlisted man
According has been assigned to the station
Title guided on the tour by Mr.J. .
at the desk they were not entitled infirmary as a specialist in internal deep burgandy background. were MidsummerReview
Wall of the host factory. \
to married quarters since medicine. covers the three adventure novelsof T.
Rider Haggard: Monteeuma's In addition to the men pictured
neither could claim the other as Many Assignments
of Daughter, Eric Brlghteyes, Cleo- II above, others making the tour SoonTen
a dependent. Lcdr. Yesko lists a variety L. Halcomb, Emmett .
Despite the protests of Lcdr. previous duty stations among his patra. were: : !
IiutrumtnU. L. Cochrane, Alton D. variety acts will be pre
and Lt. (Jg j ) Yesko they were assignments. During the war he Basic Electronic
FrankE. Auditorium
Beckham sented in the N.ATTCenter
S. ,
who John
for the A jacket to delight man Fryer,
forced to part company served in the Pacific. Later he
night and had to settle for single became administrative officer to appreciates the subject! Clear red' Byers, Daniel Johnstone, Wil- on Wednesday, August
ends of the lines superimposed on light blue liam J. Ruckman, Phillip L. 12, by the NATTCenter Special
rooms at opposite Commander, Naval Air Training
G. Splinter, Services during their
and dark wine waves easily attracts Smith, Raymond
building. Bases NAS Pensacola. I
Call For Help the eye so that the book is Julius A. Stover, Mortimer E. Midsummer Revue.
lie served for a time as pilot Robert W. Thomson, Bobi well known
approached Lt. not overlooked and missed by those Swanson, Borrowes,
The couple
Marion G. Phillips, BOQ officer, for the Secretary of the Navy for who want or need the information Fred W. Wood, Mortimer D. SS entertainer and commedienne,

with the problem the next morn- Air, and then completed a tour covered in a very uptotheminutebook. Haas and Russell McKensie will direct the show while Stan
with Naval Air War Planning.
them out and Proctor. Gould will be master of cere-
From 1948 until 1951 he was
he assured monies and take part in comedy
smothering a assistant Naval attache and Naval :
them it was all a mistake and the Keep specialties.
attache for Air at the
Navy had no intention of coming ican embassies in Baghdad, Iraq I Roberta Gregoire will and be her Hawaiian the
and wife. I Crew specialties
between man Maintenance Logs
and Tehran, Iran. On returning to program along with tap dancer

this country he was assigned to Pat Powell, singers Vic Alesi,
Boat Owners Special Intelligence, Chief of Na and Vincent De-
Marsha Rogers,

Must Follow val Operations.Short Naval. Career II I Enviable Safety RecordOver I. lorenzo comedy; feature Bob Borrowes and pantomimeartist and her

Lt. (jg) Yesko's naval career I Ray Collins.

has been much shorter, since it 200,060 accident free "Continuous vigilance by su- The Midsummer Revue is just!

Station RegsOwners began in January of last year. hours, established in 373 work-all- pervisory personnel has been one of the affairs planned by the

Her first duty station was the Ing days were posted as an found to be a cure for preven-
of boats kept on entertainers.
private week
Naval Medical Center at Bethesda time high safety record last tion of accidents," slated HugoR.
the base are reminded that they of the U. Three acts will be given at the
Md. Later she was assignedto for civilian employees Wiegand, Maintenance Foreman Griffin
must register their boats with the Maintenance' Polio Benefit Show at
First Lieutenant's office. the Dispensary, Navy Department S. Naval Hospital's who added. "With the Amusement Center, Jax Beach,
Washington, D. C. I Division. exception of one minor accidentin
The success of maintaining se- I next Thursday. The same group

curity and at the same time grant- July of 1952, we would havea will perform on August 13 at the

irg military personnel the privilegeof Etc x i y h. two year accident free record." Lake City Veterans Hospital.
privately-owned boats In compiling the enviable rec-

enjoying the ability to estab- ord, much stress was placed on personnel in all shops.
depends upon
identification of the the observance of safety meas Until April of this year the
lish positive
mooringat ures. "In the shops safety lanes Maintenance Division had a complement .
and Insure
owners are marked with lines on the of 107 which made pos
all times, while in the area
deck which prohibits any sto- sible an even higher accidentrate.
this station.boat registered must rage or working in that area," A reduction in force at that

Each remarked Lt. (jg) Joseph F. time cut the number employedto
bearing a
have a metal tag
Maintenance and Safety 78.
af Ramsey, -
station registration
0 *
Officer for the Hospital.
fixed In a consplcous place At .S"Employees A letter of commendation from

the stern of the boat.'Each own- it up have been very the Secretary of the Navy was
out with tbe
must check KEEP .
er Maintenance Division
careful to observe rules and awarded the
First Lieutenant's office upon strongly believe in the old in 1952 for 12 months of accident

transfer or discharge. adage, 'It's better to be safe than free driving by six vehicle -
moorings are adjacent :
Officers sorry'," he continued. I operators who are recip-
to Senior BOQ and at Pier Other means employed to prevent ients of safe driving awards

1850 at Senior BOQ. Boats may accidents are no smoking ranging from four to 14 years.

also be placed in racks along the signs I placed in conspicuous The Naval Air Station's regular -

north side of the pier. Enlisted places throughout the paint and i safe driving award, presentedby
men's boats will be moored to, or ,""" :""'-.I'W," "",7"n NAS Officer, ha
Unauthorized the Safety
With total of 37S. accident free carpenter shops.
the enlisted NO ACCIDENTS
adjacent to, the pier days to their credit, the civilian: employees of the Naval Hospital personnel are prohibited to use been garnered by the hospital'sMaintenance
men's fishing camp, or they maybe Maintenance Division are striving for an even better safety rec machinery. A five minute safety Division for the

placed in boat racks on the ord. Here Lt.JgJoseph( ) y, Ramsey, Maintenance officer, posts meeting is held each Monday by past three years. .
right side of the Boat Office. the latest figure, assisted by James D. Harrison, leadingman,



Four JAX AIR NEWS 30 July 1953

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Fasron Six. VF.174. VP-3, VA-105 VF-103. VC-62 Report Airmen To Wear

I Scouting Jacksonville Areu Squadrons On Tiny Lifejackefs Radar Sets-

.. .. ._
Faitron Six: ---- --- --- ---------:--- --- ----
Selected as this week's White were present. Lcdr. John H. larro- ," Washington (AFPS-A) mlnla-
Howard W. blno, a former skipper, rejoined his .. Fd ture radio-radar beacon for Navy
Hat of the Week is
old squadron for the evening. airmen to wear on their lifejackets
Wiixon, PN3, awarded the title
for his continuous good work in' the Comdr. and Mrs. LeRoy V. is ready for production.

administrative division Swanson, Commander, CAG-17, Nicknamed "Sarah," the set Includes -

The Closter, N. J., youth enlisted were there, as was Comdr. Fred batteries, a microphone-
in March 1951 and received his W. Luebke of VF-173; Com r. Albert loudspeaker, and an aerial that

boot training at Great Lakes, 111 O. Morton of VF-171 and Mrs. will extend to 34 inches. It will -

He reported to FA V.3, Quonset Morton; Lcdr. James B. "Killer" both transmit and receive. It is

Point, R. I., in June of that year Cain of Vr.)72 and Mrs. Cain, and 9 : > designed to guide rescuing planesto
Wiixon was sent TAD to PN Lcdr. Ross A. Knight of VA-175 : a survlver drifting in the sea

"A" School, Bainbridge, Md., in and Mrs. Knight ,, and let him communicate with

April of 1952 and transferred that Southern fried chicken, barbecued o: Mii them when they come clone'

August to Fasron 6 where he was ribs, and a mysterious punch enough.

assigned to the personnel office. mixed by Hell Razor Julian Suttle, The apparatus goes into operation -

Last May he was sent TAD to helped the squadron) entertain their t; when an airman adrift at sea

the Naval Justice School at New. hosts. The evening was ended with pulls, a wire ring. Thereupon a

port, R. I., and is now working in dancing. cover flies off, the steel tap aerial
the legal office. 5' snaps open, and the transmitter

,'.'-3 starts sending messages. The rangeis

Three new records. were set by Those P2V Neptune flying up to 65 miles and the signals

Fasron keglers in the Veteran's overhead in formation last Satur _'3'ifCa., .. .>>w:<<< ,.. .... may, continue for 19 hours.

Bowling Loop last Thursday when day were planes from VP-3 on LOWLY POLLYWOG-There's no novacalne for this patient. The signals given out by the
they shut out Jax Terminal 3-0 their way to Btimuda. The "dentist" using the somewhat oversized drill is a member of Sarah are received on a thiee-inch
King Neptunas Rex's Royal Court and he's making life miserablefor
: television screen in the
and downed Cohen Bros. 21. For many of the squadron per- a lowly pollywop. On the receiving end is J. Borocas, ADAN, searching
"The Still"' picked up a gameon sonnel it was their first oppor- of V-104. The squadron is currently aboard a carrier participating airplane. They appear as blips or

the favorites, however, by taking tunity to see P2V's flying in a in Midshipman cruise "Able" to South America. spikes pointing out the directionin

all six of their matches. Vic formation, and the general concen shipped over.Repoiting new ensigns, Fran Moyer and Don : which the plane must fly. The

Cieplinskl set a new high indiyi- sus of opinion was "It looks to VP-3 for duty from I Duhrkopf. They are the first en- signals then cease as the plane
dual'single mark with 258 passes over the downed pilot and
game great". signs to report to the squadronfor
various units recently have been the man at sea can communicateto
team and three
while new single The squadron will remain In duty since last July.
game set records were establishedby Andrew A. Scafidi, AD2; Paul the airplane pilot through his
Bermuda for two weeks of exercises There are three new "Bulls" in
scores of 1017 and 2721. Williams, TA; Ernest E. Quaid, tiny microphone-loudspeaker.
with other patrol units before VA-105 now as a result of the promotions -
Top three game sets against Jax they depart from there. AD3; Bobby G. Williamson, AN; to lieutenant rank of Bill and was a breather from the

Terminal were Ciepllnskl's andGiovannini's Two men have accepted their Carrol Crawford, AN; Robert L. Weatherlow, Max Lewallen, and special photo hops and training
Nehla' 527 .
584 each, discharges and re-entered civilian McDonald, AN; Bobby M. Flair, Ralph Beverly. Congratulations missions that have been occupying ;

and LaMay's 502. Over the 500 life while three others decided ADAN; Wilmer H. Orbke, AMC; tendered have been replaced with the spotlight recently. 1

marks against Cohens were Cie- they preferred to stay in the Navy. Stanley L. Cottrll, ALC, and Del- cigars by the three Lt. Russ Hill operated with the ""
plinskl with 600, LaMay with 578,
Donn J. Hickman, MNSN, and bet D. Housuer, CSS. Glen Lehman, AOC, and Paul group and came up with some excellent -
and Koch-
Giovannini with 547
Frederick H. Asbell, AD3, are now Kreider, AD1, were granted recog- air to air photo shots.
ever with 505. civilians while Raymond E. Cling, VA-105 nition for their previous .good Official word has been received "

Paul P. Bascom, ADI, and Melvin ADI; Joe A. Hlgareda, A02; and Since Its return from a Med. conduct when they recently received by VC-62 that full lieutenant hon- ,
returned from
Burt AK1
P. Lawrence H. Metlvier, AM3 have cruise VA-105 has acquired two Good Conduct Awards. It was ors are now to be accorded John
the Naval hospital last week after I
n-6 the fourth for Lehman and the H. Cover, William E. Nowers
two week absence. James E.
a first for Kreider Glenn D. Jordan and Claude Navyarette.
Taylor, ADI, and Percy M. Cald- I
dog.:: The promotions were effec-
well, ADI, have reported for duty xdf'
VF-10S tive as;of,Ji\jy\ 1. *. '* '
from VF174. J Promotions to higher ranks were Included m the events of last' ::: *f
S S S given two VF-103 officers recent- week was the departure of the '|

VF-174 ly. Lt. Stanley N. Eldredge gave "Bennington Detachment." Squadron -
Three departing "Hell Razors"were personnel remaining behind are ,,'
his silver bars to new Ltjg) Joe
guests'ot honor at a party E. Shelton and purchased himselfa waiting to hear some of the tall | '

given by their fellow VF-174 officers 'y M new set of railroad tracks. tales of the "Middle Cruise" when
at the Officers' Club here last ?
the detachment returns.
e Lt.jg) John J. Branson is now
week. the husband of Miss Joan Murinas Two new officers, Lt. EdwardD.

Celebrations and lamentationswere J a result of their wedding in the Jones and Lt. Roger O'Donnell -.
carried on in the incomparable have reported aboard for duty
: station chapel, and Alvin G. Mitchell !
tradition of VF-174's Hell Raz- :
ADAN, has married Miss from Pensacola, while ten enlistedmen
ors during the affair which started
have arrived here.
Corrine Benson of Melborne, Fla.
with water skiing and swimming .M ;.. ; wa A baby girl has been born to New squadron men are: Gerald

during the late afternoon. each of the families of Harold C. E. Parson, AN; Hugh W. Nelson,

While Lcdr George H. Suit, ; t f Reece, AEC, and his wife, and to AN; Gordon D. Driscoll, ATAN;
skipper; of the squadron, led the Emil
Malcolm W. Merritt, AD1, and his Charles M. Clabough, ATAN;

aquaflight of water skiers in .... : .. .. ;...<:';.: "- wife C. Erdelsky, PRAN; Allen T.

maneuvers on the lower section of BEST THIS WAY-"Not like this the last time," stated Wil George N. Edwards, AOC, de- Blom, AD3; Eugene D. Erickson,

the St. Johns, squadron wives and mer Orbke, AMC, of VP-3, referring to his last ride in a Navy cided last week the Navy was still AN; Gilbert S. Symington, AD3;
non-skiers clustered around the life raft. It was in 1942, following the torpedoing of the USS Lexington the life he wanted and has shippedover Dewey W. Weeks, AM3, and William
swimming pool to say their fare- in the Coral Sea, and the Chief maintains that he didn't E. Dunster, AD3.
for four He
wells to Lt.jg's( ) Robert Aumack, have the luxury of a cigar, a drink or even a private raft. more years. --
already has over 19 yeas Naval
Arlo "Jens" Jensen, and William -.-

"Yogi" Flynn Rubber Rafts Recall Vivid service. r, '
Many friends of the squadron \ '

Memory Of Bygone Days Ten Banshees VC-62 were launched

during the same- flight time by
With a good ten-cent cigar in VC-62 last week as it conducted p .
ies, which gave them a lot of
his mouth, a cool drink in his flight formation and tall chase ex-
hand, and a contented look on "Fire, always the biggest ercises.
Ordinarily the squadron has
: his face, Wilmer Orbke, AMC, of threat at sea, was the actual little opportunity to fly that many
NAS Jax Unit VP-3, recently
cause of abandoning ship," the planes at once so the affair seemed
floated idly around in a Navy Mai
.v chief avers. "The torpedoes quite a show to the photo jet crew r
j"I life raft, thinking how vastly
different from one another such didn't sink the "Queen"Itwas "As for me, I had jumped

rides can be. the fire that forced us to overboard fully clothed, so I

In particular, Chief Orbke was abandon her. After she was was pretty sopping when I was A

referring to his last ride in a cleared, our Admiral had to pulled from the life-raft onto

rubber life raft, on the Coral order four torpedoes put Into ire cruiser. xY_
Sea in 1942, following the sinking I was given a smoke-it was .
of the mighty aircraft carrier her starboard side so she'd go the best fag I ever tasted. The _

down/ solid deck under feet
YL USS Lexington. my was a
I "About noon, the Lex was hit It was said in "Queen of thE< good feeling too. Felt so good

by six torpedoes on the port Flat-tops," by author Stanle y that I got down on my knees and

? /fIli-lIt llUClYC{ side. I hardly felt the blows Johnson, that not aman, was be- patted it with my hand." t ...... -_.- ....

""" ,... ... 'N..'.... .... ..... where I was standing. Besides,. lieved lost in abandoning th The cartoon above is the there was so much happening.The ship. Concerning this, ChI J f VP-3 from NAS a fortnight ago, Having BEAUTY exposed GETS TilE her BOOT
depicting fourth in various a series billets of sketches avail- enemy was raising cain upstairs Orbke said, "There was hardly i a concluded that while his cigar derriere to a mighty

able to AGO Students at NATT- since our own planes had man that got panicky. Why w Center. The cartoons are creAtions gone to find their task force. even took the time to put a lif< comforts in a life-raft, he'd' scene" In RKO's "The Lusty

Art Shop.of the This Training is the work Facility of They caught us with our air-net jacket on the skipper's dog, "Ad- just as soon forego all raft ridesin Men soothes, actress the situation Eleanor prior Todd U

artist J. E. Gregory down, but not so our gun batter- miral Wags." the future. cooling oft In the pooLPage


1953' I

Page Five

Learn Basic Aviation

1 Over 400 Waves Yearly .

Attend NATTC Schools -

W a vest And more Waves?
Transfers and leaves took a back About 450 Navy women' a year, some eight or ten a week, report

seat last week compared to the I to NATTCenter AN "P" School for a concentrated course of I

NAT- study in basic Naval aviation.

TCenter. : These Navy women, many of The varied courses of the air-

The welcome mat was laid out them just out of high school, man preparatory school are broken -

in grand style for Eleanor spend eight hours a day and five down and grouped into four

Smith, Lucy A eland, Janet days a week: for eight weeks becoming I phases of instruction.

Monette, Margaret Knoll, Evelyn thoroughly grounded in *

Marquez, Kathareen Smith, the 'fundamentals of both squad
First of the four is hand tools,
Beverly Bonham and June Bode. ron and shipboard Naval aviation in which the Waves will learn

More school That could well activity. with their male classmates the

be the thought of Joan Carman, different methods of repair and

Roberta Haney, Helena Peter- MEETS HER CHIEF-Representative of the new Waves who assembly of plane parts, engines"

son, Velta Yarbrou'gh and recently came aboard at NATTCenter to attend Airman Prepara- and motors.

School is Theresa ) Henderson SA, who is being welcomed
Doreen Lindbloom who left last tory (Terry All 14 of the aviation rates, in-
week for various "A" schools. by R. M. Francis, AMC. This Is her first introduction to an
cluding photography, are ex-
The Jax Navy Waves Softball eight weeks concentrated course in_ Naval Aviation. plained and their adaption to Na-

team went down in defeat last val aviation demonstrated in the

Friday as the NAS Pensacola second phase of the school. .
lassies rifle-balled a double
i r.
xq This section gives the studenta
header at the Enterprise dia-
chance not only to ascertainher
mond. However, the locals k
own adaptability to a rating
merited praise and a well-done :
I ,
..ya but also shows her the functionsof
from the visitors for a valiant
t other ratings.
try and two well-played I
tames. Classroom work takes up mostof

the third phase with mathematics -
Nola Mathis, PN3, journeyedto ,4
physics and layout being
Bainbridge to Petty 1.
stressed. Mechanical drawing 1
Leadership school. After the four ,I ed
and Included
drafting procedure are
week training course, she will
in the layout instruction.
report back here to exercise her aS
]learnings. _
Congratulations to Kathy Sitar During the fourth phase the

who became Mrs. Charles Lenore student comes into actual contact

last week at St. Edwards Chapel. with the airplanes she has

Get well wishes are extendedto been studying and begins to put

Jean Maas, Dorothy Manfredi, into practice the theory of the

Barbara Bales, Joan Reidy and other courses. !\

June Pace who are confined to wL Although the work is primarily ;

the hospital 1IIIIli > :_. for shipboard or squadron activities -

about the aircraft working with, them provides the Navy women still i
CHOW TIME-Learning: Navy by actually
learn survival at fire
sea, fighting
Terry with a good appetite,,being satisfied here (at left) at she tucks away one of the Navy's balanced -

meals. At right, Terry learns of the Navy's religious provisions when she calls on Lcdr. safety precautions, gunnery
and flight deck operations
R. E. Elliott, Chaplain, at the NATTCenter Chaplain's, offices.
. I ..___ After this intensive schooling t
x the Waves are well grounded in
College Degree 1If
/ SALTY HUMOR FROM the fundamentals of Naval avia-

Necessary For tion and have a positive idea of
what future program and rating
It'i said: "From birth to age USMC OfficersIn ; they are best suited to pursue.

18 a girl needs good parent From hours of
for Many study and class
order to be considered oK2' roe41
18 to 35 she needs good looks. work are needed to successfullyfinish
the Marine Corps' officer candidate -
From 35 to 55 a woman needs enlisted I the eight week school {

personality. And from 55 on, the screening course, but too much concentration can
Marines must have a college
old lady needs cash. bad
prove so provisions have
degree or pass a four-yeac colege -
been made for
equivalency test. sports and rec-
"I was sick last week, and went t reation.
Only two classes, convening in
to doctor. He lie! Leisure hour outlets
a gave me a pill. include
November, 1953 and May, ,
wanted to see if I could keep it on I will be conducted this fiscal dances, movies, swimming, ten-

my stomach all night. year. All current directives con- nis, softball and gymnasium
"And did you?" will facilities.
cerning the OCSC program
'No time I went to slee .
every Enlisted :
be cancelled Aug. 1. !
It would roll off." Marines whose applications are Stage Review
on file or are received by Headquarters '-

Two little boys were passing 8 L before Aug. 1, and who STUDIES JETS-Mel Senters, AE3, points out the exhauston .

Nudist Colony, and noticed a hoi have a college degree of a four- one of the training jets at Aircraft Maintenance. Students Enjoyed By

in the fence. Being curious, aJ I year college 'equivalency EET learn the theory of both jet and prop plane operation during their

little boys usually are, they stop,. score, will be considered as can- training course, as well as hand tools, aviation rates, fire fightingand "Full House"Broadway

ped and one of them peeke I didates for the November class. many other phases of aviation operations.
plus with all the
through the hole. "Gosh, ther e
glitter and glamour of the "Great

are. .a lot of people in there," h.aid. ::11 Veteran Chief Retires After Long Naval Service I, Malnside White Way Theatre," was enjoyed Monday at night the ,

asked the
"Men or women( when a troupe of WOR (New
other little boy. then just being established, he was commissioned a War
After 23 years of Naval service York) entertainers appeared here.

"Dunno," said the first, "the y part of it as a Chief War- and was "frozen" at the Alas- rant Carpenter. In early 1945 Talent galore was displayed

have no clothes on." kan outpost 36 months. he was sent to the Philippinesand when the packed house viewed
rant Officer Robert T. Rod-
He next served a year at the stationed at Puerto Prin- such fine specialty act as Bobby

Lady Psychiatrist; to youthfi 1: denberry, aviation mctalsmith Naval Station, Seattle, where Palawan Island, and and Babes Dae, a supurb dance
patient: "Jimmy, when did yo I chief, an instructor and super- Cavite. combination; Kay Carrole, an Ed-

first become interested in girls?' visor in hand tools at Airman gar Bergen in her own; Norman
To lax In 49
Jimmy: "When I found out the,y Preparatory School, NATT- Jenzen, the magician who professes -
In 1947 he had another tour
weren't boys." at comedy as much as he does
Center, was to retire this week.
of duty at Seattle and was ad- of the mystic arts.

Center Legal Officer Roddenberry J joined 1 : the vanced to Chief Warrant as a Soprano Jenny Collins, currently -

Navy in ,January, 1931, and af- member of Fasron Nine. In playing in the Broadway show,
Gets 12th ND Duty ter boot camp training at "The King and l"i; Sylvia Barry
b' 1949 he came to Jacksonvillewith
t A familiar ']>lank" In the hul!1 Hampton Roads, Va. (now U. y. Y whose fine performances in "Guys
of the Naval Air Technical Train S.' Naval Base, Norfolk), he y. Fasron Nine until it was and Dolls" will long be remembered

ing Center is missing today wit}h was assigned to destroyers. For merged Into Fasron 109. by those who had the opportunityto
lIe came to NATTCenter In see it, and Pauline Alpert with
the transfer of ComUr Craig McKee nine years he was in the "tin
1951 as an instructor and supervisor the that travel the of
bee then switched fingers keys
U. S. Navy, who has ; can" Navy and
the NATTCenter Legal Office r to aviation as a chief metal- the piano about as fast as our jets

since January, 1951. smith. y. Roddenberry plans to retireto travel the sky.

Commander McKee will assum e Served At Kodiak the Fleet Reserve, remain- Also included on the bill of fare
'i. 1 active call and was "not easily to be forgotten"Jo
of brI" ing on duty ,
duties in the Legal Office of th C Just prior to
1 in Central Florida "Where Dean Allen, EmCee and the
II he assigned _,, ,
12th Naval.,District at San Fran- World War was ; F.< '-u.: &'"
Cisco where he will make bill borne. to the Naval Station at Kodiak, | Chief Roddenberry I there's good fishing." original voice of Donald Duck.



.- Six JAX AIR NEWS 30 July 1953


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It's not often that one man distinguishes himself in a k _

snort, so much so that he is acclaimed by athletes and r _

writers throughout the country. Cr -_

When such an individual appears, there are many who r F
step forward to laud his achievements Professional Jack : t : :

Harvey spins a yarn about Erwin Scott's golfing prowess S
which we feel summarizes the comments of the flock

*. *. *

"Erwin Scott, who recently won the Sixth Naval Dis

trict Golf Tournament, first appeared on the Navy golf 4r1i: t&i

horizon on this station in 1948. That was the year that. I

first noticed this young lad at the course every day. tij.J
.... .. ,...... .-
\ '''- '''' '' "Wi ----
"Possessed of a keen love for the game, he strived' to : '

improve with daily practice, utilizing every spare minute for VARSITY AQUATIC TEAM-Wearing the colors of lax Navy this season in tank competition
this Later the same year, the fiND held qualifying are, front row, (left to right), John Chumney, Larry Caste, Loring Holmes, team captain, and Clare
purpose. Zanfardine Steve Papach, Frank Piorkowski, Jim Lew-
Nation, manager Back row, Coach Paul I
rounds at Ponte Vedra for positions on the four man teamto 'man, Fred Coleman, since transferred, Jack Isobe, Nick Demas, and Chuck Kalden. The trophy is
represent this district:' in the all-Navy tournament at for second place In the Sixth Naval District Championships which were held here early In July.
Tilden Park, Oakland, Calif. Friday and Saturday the squad will compete in the Palmetto Championships at Columbia, S. C.

. "Participating in his first tourney, Scott was hardly :'. >, '

figured as a contender with such outstanding golfers as Tony Divers ShineIn .",".," :"'"..'.,' .' <, ....' .Y y.JBrflIRIlusebull:f :: : .n.' "f:<'W"S"f,,..,t
; .
Greco, Joe MacDonald and other notables around at the time. "\: ,. ..' !

"But, 'silent' Scott bucked the odds and won himself Cracker 'i !

a the number two position. Two days later, four players (Scott) ; .

Greco, MacDonald and Robinson) boarded a plane for Oak- tank Meet

land. This team was considered strong, except for the youthful /tJc :
Showing; marked improvementafter
Scott. .... '
*. *. its roster was splintered by :\Y.'" < < <. :"f 4
transfers, the Jax Navy swimming:
in store for the
"There was another pleasant surprise
team finished fourth in a field of
skeptics of the station as the unheralded Scott became the .
nine at the Crackerland Championships
to qualify from the local squad for a Navy berthin
only man
held ,at Athens, Ga., last 6ND Tourney
the inter-service championship. weekend. .

"On his return, Scott dominated play here until receiv- Tomorrow and Saturday the lo-

ing transfer orders to Norfolk, late in 1949. Early last year, cal tankmen will compete in the

;with a wealth of tournament competition behind him, Scott Palmetto Championships at Columbia Underwayal.Pensacolu

returned to the Florida area where he was assigned to Green S. C.Surprising.

Cove Springs. I strength wan display. Pensacola and Navy Memphis shared favorite roles as '
"Before he reported to his new station, Scott visited the ed by the Jax team in the diving i the lid was lifted on the Sixth Naval District Baseball Tournament
golf shack here and displayed an even keener interest in the events with Ed Lucitt, a new- yesterday morning at NAS Pensacola with a field of
game than we had anticipated. Erwin quickly became the top comer from Aviation Ground Officers four to seven expected for the diamond marathon

player at Jax Navy within a week. School, annexing first place. Jax Navy entrained for the with
of the John Chumney was third for the peeled this year along Key
"Just what is behind Scott's amazing mastery tourney early Tuesday with a West Atlanta and Charleston.
game is a mystery to many. However, in brief we'll try to Fliers traveling squad of 15.The Fliers .
set down the major factors which have marked his steady Coach Paul Zanfardino is takinga were strengthened with the ad- Eason Has Big Job
full squad to the Palmetto event; Workhorse Jim E a son will
improvement. dition of two pitchers, southpawBill
# but will be minus the services of Copper from AGO School shoulder a large portion of the
Jim Lewman, ace, who leon local's mound load and if theJerthander's
"His swing, which is fundamentally sound, is the same and John Schwartz, a right "steel arm" holdsout

lIe used 10 years ago. Scott has not experimented with it leave.FLIERS'. hander who saw action with. the Fliers could easily upset

in any major way. His footwork is outstanding and a NAS Sanford. both Pensacola and Memphis.
decided ankle roll enables him to have exceptional balance."Scott's FARINGS The host Goslings will defend
action to the 'true'to book form' the championship won last year Coach Frank McCaffrey indicated
hand puzzling PiayvP.i.' C AS M H TI RBI M.kioblitMh he'd set his defensive line
golfer, is of prime importance to his success. His left hand Sk 1J (0 It 1* II IS ..880MrCmf. at Memphis. Jax: Na\y was an
2b t 2$ 4 8 JO I .348/ second with Memphis and up with Jim Coughlin, Tom
grip is very strong and dominates the club through three- Irttwll. M 'It 27S 19 es: sal St .SJ5 easy
Him, .( 1 8 1 1 1 1 ..SitUomt Birmingham completing the field. Neely, Lucky Luttrell and Dick
quarters of the stroke. t TO 278 TO 91 111 T8 ..SITFuw Knoblauch in the Infield and
in P 35 101 SO 81: :ST It .SIT The same four teams are ex-
the club naturally more
"His right hand is placed on Abel.M. tf 60 1111 SS (T 85 21 ..28r Joe Fay, Matt Woloszyn, Bob
the form of a baseball grip. He does not inter-lock or over- .". W 64 lse 4T 61 81 It ...258Iteniult. Home and Ira Abelson available
y 25 61 11 Ii 20 10 .238Couihlli.
lap the small finger of the right hand. This helps him keep Ih ifl 288 BT T4 liS ST ..25TKolonyi. ,for garden 'work.
his swing K M 25T 41 ItS 9:* SJ .251
to the right side throughout ,
the right elbow close Neeljr. Sb t GO 18} 4T 4T 61 It .257Mwphr. Tommy McCrone has been
thus putting him in a wonderful hitting position at the f 1 4 1 1 1 S .250 i
lit it li 40 I 8 11 II ..21tRublnowtkt. !\ !handed the receiving assignment,
bottom of the arc. 1 4 0 2 1 0 0 ,1 7PitcteriTN. while "old folks" Bill Rice was

"Scott starts the club head slow and low along the C I IP HRS0 W L MUttrtU. slated to utility work. Despite a

ground and as a result finishes in a very good pivot. His 1:_, .I,R 20* 12 14} .21 94. 4 IS> 91 I IS 1.4 1.000..750Bennett. sore arm, John Rubinowski was
shoulder turn on the back swing makes it easy for him to I 15 811 M 64 BJ I. .KIT
blfiU.. X! IS 21 It 8. S 1 ,881 expected to be called upon for
keep l his head still at all times Mimi R 8 II II 1 t 1 1 .000 1 relief work.
Murphy, R 1 8 It S I 1 .000 f .
*. I. 1(1 Released Met S2J 31} 212 198 1t)1 .S.8 4dirwelll' Win Two Of Four

"This deep pivot and shoulder turn give his swing an \ WA We're shorthanded, but

unorthodox appearance of looping the club, when actually ready," averred McCaffrey, who
he is only turning his shoulder and hip parallel to the line Learn Golf Etiquette last week saw his athletes punch

of flight of the ball before using arm leverage. From Weekly Series + : out two wins in four trys. Pat-

"Just remember that Scott has all the golf shots in the rick Air Force Base swept a two
bag. His drives average 240 yards, his fairway shots are : In cooperation with the NAS game series at Cocoa, Fla., 3-2
Golf Course, the Jax Air News
played with confidence and he is a master with a No. 4 wood. and 65.
will run a weekly feature on golfIng A sterling relief Job by Eason
the hardest shot for most
"The long irons that are etiquette Station linksmen
and timely hitting by Luttrell
to Scott. He plays them
golfers to play present no problem
to attention
are requested pay particular and Knoblauch earned the Fliersan
with a high degree of skill, punching the ball between the in order to facilitate a 8.7 victory over McDuff
club face and the ground.
smoother year 'round program. Hardware in a City League gameat
"Scott's medium irons are five six and seven, and he Rules are reprinted from the ."" I Woodstock, last Friday.At .
plays each with a low projectory and a lot of back spin which 1952 edition of "Rules of Golf as ,. ; Moultrie, Ga., Saturday
times. He is i .; .; .. :
enables him to keep the ball under control at all approved by the United States Golf 1 .t > night, Eason went the distance,

deadly with a No. 8 iron when within range. Association and The Royal and I DIGS 'EM OUT. A mainstay rationing two hits to give Jax:

r Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews, In the Jax Navy Infield all season Navy a 4.1 victory. The lone en..

"Erwin has complete faith in himself and when he is Scotland. baa been Jim Coughlla, who emy tally was unearned.
In trouble he doesn't let it bother his game. He selects the RULE ONE thus far In the month of July Knoblauch strolled with one

proper club, hits the ball and usually winds up on the No one should move, talk or has helped the Fliers with a .509 gone in the Fliers' second and .

putting surface. stand close to or directly behind. average. Coughlin In with the went to third when Abelson

"Summarizing, we would say that fine putting, excellent the ball or the bole when a player locals In Pensacola this week for lashed a single through the box.

chip shots and an ability to pick the right club for the right, Is addressing, the ball or mak- the Sixth Naval District Tour- Knoblauch trickled across as Mc-

shot are the keys to Scott's stroke saving success." liiff a stroke nanifnl. Crone skied to center.Jue .




30 July 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven M

Fliers' Hopes ComFair Softball Crown

High For 53 ITo

Grid SeasonInitial Buzzed Fasron 109

scrimmage for the Jax A dramatic vv 13th inning home run by Bill Madden and .

Navy varsity football team is one-hit pitching by Don Glidewell earned Fasron 109)! the i
less than a month and the
away 1953 ComFair Jax Softball Championship as it shaded Fair-
echoes of popping leather fill
the air around the practice fieldin Det Key West, 2-0. in a lengthy finale Saturday morning

With the victory Fasron 109
daily sessions, Monday- day, when he rationed three

through Friday, as the Fliers eye garnered a berth in the AirLant safeties for a 6-4 decision. .

their Aug. 28 date with the flor- Tourney, representing ComFair
The superbly played final fray
ida State Seminoles. Jax, to be held at Quonset Point
topped an eight game tourna-
Original plans to operate from next month. VC-62 won the
ment in which sparkling pitching -
the intricate
split-T, so championship last and sub-
effectively by Coach Bud Wil- k l r and fine defensive play
v; -b t sequently the Atlantic Fleet title. stood out.
kinson at the University of Oklahoma -

have been partially !Madden' game winning four Only 48 hits were allowed

j Junked and relaced by' the 4x master was his second of the during the eight games, an

straight T-formation. game, but the only counter. average of three per team per

"Although the trend today is The first came In the seventh game Just two pitchers bad Ube
to relieved, and one of those
switching single and double J and would have ended the eon-
was lifted for a pinch hitter.
>> wing formations, I still test, but the lumbering third
N M'
think you can't beat a good P baseman failed to touch first Glidewell won the tourney's

T," cited Coach Dick May- first game for Fasron 109 with a
base his
l lander, who Indicated he would '. -, ........ ....'* \;;k 1a : was called on out.way around and no-hitter against VC-62, then

TOURNEY .HIGHLIGHTS the above picture, Linwood went to beat FairDet
adopt several split-T varia on Key
Gray of Fasron 109 strayed too far off first base and was tagged Losing pitcher Dave Gamblewas I
tions. out by Joe Cardillo, FairDet Key West, during the finale of the tagged for five hits, but his West, twice. He allowed only

I Scanning his personnel, May. ComFairJax: Softball'Tournament which Fasron 109 won, 2-0. (Be- mates were helpless at the plateas four hits while winning three
low) Don Glidewell receives the championship trophy for Fasron games.
lander added "The
boys are they found Glidewell even
109 from Rear Admiral
Osborne Hardison
B. Commander Fleet
acclimated to the quick Fri.Bullets B. Q. Smith of Sanford basedf
more Air, Jacksonville. tougher than the first game,
. 1:' R. ,__ ,_
brush blOCking wmcn is neededwith iisiuii ui a iso:: turned in :several

the straight T-formation, 'Fancy' Shooting outstanding mound performances -

and I think with what we have One was an 18 strike-out,

available we'll give somebody a two-hit, no walk game against

rugged afternoon, every time Done By Station VC-62. He also beat Fasron Six

out.. on four hits, lost to Key West on

The situation here, regard Range Experts t is live and pitched two scoreless
stanzas in relief.Canadian .
ed dim at first, has brightened M .
with the turnout of numerous On the scoreboard at the NAS aaoorwVi -S S

experienced heavies who pistol range are some high scoresto Swim Club

don't mind the close contact shoot at. Two Jax Navy pistol. .4

and can give you 60 minutes of eers established the marks and the r > To Present Program

he ads. u p, aggressive play bullstyes are well chewed up. I At Jax Indoor PoolThe

which will be required under One of the marksmen is gone i

the new one-platoon system. John "Curley" Lucas from Main- Peterboro Ornamental

Jimmy Wagner has assumedthe side-but, Bob Stringer of NATT- I Swimming Club of Ontario, Can-

responsibilities of line coach Center, Jax Navy's pistol team At ada, will present an evening

and Roy Smalley, a University of captain is still firing away. swimming show at the NATT-

Alabama graduate, has been as- Between Lucas and Stringer : ,'. Center indoor Pool, Tuesday,

sisting with the guards. Smalleywill I some fancy shooting tallies ,have Aug. 11, it was announced today.

act as player-coach. I been made with the .45, the .38, Y.L As the outstanding synchro-

I and the ,22. Pistol shooting, for nized aquatic club of Canada,

I records, is a process of training the organization has representedour
Interest MountsIn and deliberate calculation and the : nr.di.a Northern Neighbor in both

marksmen are little short of Eln- national and international com-

Blind Bogey I steins figuring out the "angles." petition since its founding in
Eliminate Jax -
.21 Calihrr Navy 1948.
I 20 Shot' 2S Yard Slow Klre 200 ,
plus 10, Stringer and I.UCH. Its founder and present sen-
Pro-Am EventsThere :1W! Shots 50: Yard Slow Fires tO.1! ior coach is Mrs. Pansy Forbes.

onI I I!'I Stringer:20! Shot. 23: Yal d Time Flie: 200 From 6ND Softball Plav I From a small beginning the club
was plenty of activity pica ]0, Stringer ,
20 Shots 25 Yards Rapid Fire: 200 --- - -- -- ,- has grown to 72 members with
the Naval Air Station
golf course
I plus 15, Stringer. _- --I I I I participants ranging in from
last week. In Pro- National Match Count. 291 Stinger I age
Wednesday's and Lucas Green Cove Springs spanked Jax Navy, 10-2, late last 'four years old to senior misses.
Amateur tourney, the team of Tamp Perry Course: 2%, Stringer, week to eliminate the Fliers from the Sixth Naval District
Lou Chaff, Rear Admiral Os- I Aggregate: ,875.Calmer Stringer: HM I'Softball Tournament It was the ]local's second setback fn I The mermaids, dressed in colorful -

borne B. Hardison, Bob Grabaz 20 Shot, 50 Yard Slow Fire: 185, ., double-elimination competition. foil swim suits, have arranged -
and Joe Van Vactor produce} a I LU2?IIShot. --- --- --------- a spectacular program of
1 25 Yards Time Fire1: %, Strong Navy Memphis, behindthe I
best-ball of 33. Three teams were Luru i gled and scored on an Infield numbers which include ballet,
tied for second with a 34. i Lucas.20 Shots, 25 Yards Rapid Fire: 1M one-hit pitching of J. D. Price, out, ana In the fifth batted in underwater and .synchronized

I National MaUh Course: 285 LUCAS, whitewasred Cecil Field, (.0, in a air of tallies with another stunts. "Dances in the water,"
The winning team picked up Aggregate: 859 Lures
single and scored again him best describes the performance.
.41 Caliber the finale Monday afternoon to
four birdies highlight of which
20 Shots, :50 Yards Slow Fire: lAG, self.
was Admiral Hardison's deuce Stringer dethrone third place finishing Not only has the aquatic group _

on the par-3, 155-yard third hole. i Stringer:20 Shots, 25 Yards Time Fire: 106, Green Cove Springs.. In the Fliers' tournament opener taken part in Canadian events

20 Shots, 25 Yards Rapid Fire: 194. Chuck Vickers led a seven- Parris Island rapped Ed John- but it has also won first placeIn

List Pro-Am Winners Stringer Camp ,Perry Course: 201 Stringer I hit attack on Cecil's Jack Fein is for seven safeties and a (M many American meets. It was!

Behind the winners with a ,. National Match Course: 288 :Stringer In the second inning he sin- victory. Bobby Boggs drove in invited to represent Canada in

best-ball of 34 were the teamsof Aggregate: 848, Stringer Jax Navy's singleton in the sixth the 1952 Olympics at Helsinki,

Harry Webb' Robert Burstyn, after the Leathernecks had'' Finland, but did not make the

Harold Page and Phil Logan, and mounted a four run advantage.

Bob Wallace, Harvey Cooper, trip.The
Johnis was on the mound club is a unit of, and is
Ray Babb, and John Ramsey.
again the following day against sponsored by the Peterboro Rec-
These foursomes both collected
NAS Atlanta when the Fliers reation Commission
two birdies and Also
seven pars.
came from behind for a 1-(
tied for second with a 34 was
victory on the strength of a
the team of Charles Summit, Y Seek Entries For
sixth inning triple by Criss.
Chet Brown, Ken Nordstrom and
Bill Bassett. R Nick Proscia singled home IM Net TourneyEntry

MrHS. x Johnis with the winning run in blanks are now being
Scarbrough Cards 72Saturday's
the bottom of the seventh to distributed to all NAS com-
Blind Bogey tour-
hand the Fliers a 3.2 win over mands for participation in the
ney had 42 hopefuls entered. The a x ,etr6 s sy .
Parris Island the third day of Mainside Intramural Tennis
winning number was 80, shared
the tournament. Tournament, slated to
get underway
by Alan Bensco (92.12), Jack
Green Cove belted Johnis free next month.
Robinson (99-19)), and Lou Babb
ly in the Bullet's 10-2 win as the Tennis inaugurates another
locals could produce but three round of competition for the

The second number drawn was hits in their own behalf. A five Iron Man Trophy, which includes

72. Four men came up with this run sixth inning iced the game' bowling, touch football

one, including Don Lada ((91-19)), .a for the Tournament hosts. and basketball.

Richard Price (81-9)), Frank Nor- i .
An organizational
vell ((84-12)) and William Gilbert .-... Duke University, then Trinity, the tennis tournament meetingfor will

((87.15), IN THE NAVY NOW-These four would-be "sack hounds" are played its first baseball game in be held
Thursday Aug. 9 ia
Low gross honors were won by part of the group of Florida youngsters who stayed as guests of 1889 with the Wuuton-Salem YM-
NATTCenter while participating In the fctate-wide Junior Cham- Building 930, at 1000. Repre.
Bill Scarbrough with an even- CA. The game ended in a 10-10
ber of Golf Tournament. Bottom bunks hold, left toright sentatives from all participating
par 72, followed by Erwin Scott Alert Yanry and David !Morris of Tallahassee. Top bunks, tie It was called at the end of commands must attendI

and Bob Wallace with 73's. Donnie Carrary, Tallahassee, and Austin Jones, Orlando. eight innings due to rain.



Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 30 July 1953

Civilian ElectionContinued
EmillL f j
R ( from Page 1)
Jr., Bennie D. Collins, Thaddeus R.
Items offering for sale arcticles
Dombroski, Charles M. Edwards
of property such as washing mach- M.
James M. Henderson, Joseph
ines automobiles, furniture, radios, /t ara ;
Hinson, Jr.. Retha H. James, CarlR.
Nothing and the like are prohibitedby Jones William J, McMillan,
Defense Department regulations Bernard L. Moore, James W Noll- Personnel are invited to visit th

This column will, however, ing Rudolph W. Sfhulz, William USO Servicemen Club at 37

list such services as available r ': H. Starling: and Robert C. Thacker. West Monroe St., open. from 0930to

housing, rides wanted and lost y fwR ;tFt Shop Committee No. 6-Bryan 2330 daily
and found articles or other similar M. Iva S, and
..Y Cornwall Hopper Thursday, July -Progressive
notices.) John S. Robinson. Shop Commit game night and sketching

FOR RENT tee No. 7-Roland E. Couey, Char- Friday, July 31. 1800-Caf,
Unfurn 2 bdrm apt, $75 mo, 2983 lea W. Ezersky, Lonnie L. George Italiano, spaghetti dinner for: 351;
Gilmore, ph. ext. 512, Mrs. lies- William_ S. Hunt, James C. Kelly' 2000-Talent show followed by

ter.Furn. James M. Lamb, Homer Miller and juke box revue.Saturday .
2 rm apt, 2580 College, Mrs. John H. Sands. August 1 --All day

Aver'a, r e Public Works Groups picnic at Goldhead State Park,
2'rm apt, 722 Lomax St, ph. i Public Works Committees I. : swimming boating and hiking

8-3867, Mrs. Skipper. : ".a-. 1 I Group IVb-Russell D, Bucca, John Deadline for signing up is Friday
2 rm apt, 537 Oak St, ph. 7-5812 A, Eckels and Juanita S. Lester. night, bus leaves at 0930. Open
GUNS FOR GUNNERS Intense Interest Is shown by these
Mrs. Whitfield. Utilities Division- Lesley M. house in the evening
sailors and marines from AO School at NATTCenter In these
Furn 3 rm apt, 2242 Dell wood, ph. guns which represent America's war history. From left, with a Bennett, Edward W. Crews Johnie I ILeavins. Sunday, August 2, 1000-Dunk
7-8208, Mrs. Icenhour. 1776' flintlock is Pfc. Tom Moynihan; Paul Voelmle, AA, with a Daniel E. Macon, Claude i ing Round Table, free coffee and
Furn 3 rm apt, 531 Park St, Mrs. 1861.65 lever action rifle; Charles Squires, AA, with World War I McKelvy, Edward A, Roberts, donuts; 1400-Bob Manning from
& II bolt action and Cpl John Hardln with a Garand-
L 'Ue. Springfield ; David B. Sarjeant Locklin M. Radio. Station WPDQ, sty-
type automatic rifle. The latter was used by the Chinese Nationalists -
One rm, use of home 3338 Randall Scheffer, Leo L. Shepherd, Nathaniel -
I against the Japanese, later captured by the Communists, and list; 1730-Vespers Service
St ph 88-9223, Mrs. Hertz- still later recaptured by the Americans in Korea. R. Taylor and William O.
man. .- -- Thomas. son and David B. Young. ,

Share 3 bdrm house, 2105 Lake- Train Ordnancemen HereCenter's Maintenance Division; Edward Miscellaneous Group: George E

shore Blvd, ph. 2-6539 Mrs. I I Clary, Paul E. Crowther, Samuel: Green, Security; William H. Harden
Jr., Security; Genevieve E
Smith. N. Mangum Leamon L. Norris
Share 6 im home, 2965 Dellwood, AO Warehouse and William B. Thompson Jr. Knight, Industrial Relations and

ph. 2-7848, Mrs. Hunt. (I Transportation Division.. Osborne Gordon W. Vail Security.

Furn 3 rm apt 2148 RosHelle $35 W, Aspinwall, Paul H. Green, Jr.,' All employees by virtue of their

mo Mrs. Emery. Supplies Navy Demand Matthew J. Grundig, Clyde l G. Hep- employment at NAS Jax are entitled -
Furn 3 rm apt, 4718 Romana, ph. :1 line, Leonard M. Messier, Ralph to vote for members of the
2-7323, Mrs. Doonan. Mizelle, Russell F. Tyson, Donald Board of Directors of the Employees
4 rms fern, day or wk, 2601 Park, As the only Aviation Ordnance School in the Navy, the J. Williams and William O. Wil- Association. No dues, assess-*,
ph. 8-2770. Mrs: Houston Naval Air Technit'a1'Training Center's classes at the Naval I I liamson. ments or fees of any kind are

Furn 2 rm elf apt, $55 mo, ph. Air Station, Jacksonville, Fla., furnish ordnancemen in both Supply Committees levied against the membership of
88-9222 Mrs. Harrison. seaman and petty officer ratings to all units of the Naval Supply and Fiscal Committees: this group. It is strictly a service

Fut n 3 rm apt 519 E. Adams ph. service.Graduates.. I I Croup IVb--William G. Fudge, organization to represent employ.

5-8079 Mr Lindquist of the AO"A" and rean conflict, the size of classesrose i I Gilbert E, Moore, Frank R Reiter, ees.
Furn 2 im apt, 427 Park St., Mrs. AO"B" schools' may wind up to nearly 1,400, in both and Howard B. Steen Group II Membership Rotates
Lee. with the Fleets in either ocean, schools. Today the average is and III Committee Eustace P. Membership on the nine-man

)'urn bungalow, 2919 Doric Ave at shore stations around the 500, the majority being "A" Carter, Aaron L. Hammond, Robert board rotates each year, with four
ph. 2- 224. Mrs. Harris. world or with squadrons in the I sHiool enrollees. A staff of approximately -I M. Harvey James Hutcher- new members to be elected next
5 rm, 1132 Edgewood, ph. 8-6076, United States or at far-flung 118 instructors, .I. -... --- .-----.- week to fill expired terms. These
Mrs. Sherwood. Naval bastions. highly specialized in ordnance include one each from Overhauland

furn 3 im apt, 7362 103rd St, ph. The "A" school is primarilyfor conducts the various phases of NAVY WIVESCORNER I Repair, Publlo Works, Supplyand

2-7832 or. 2-2897 Pauline Ber graduates at Airman Pre- the-teaching. the :Miscellaneous Group.
tten.fum paratory Schools in the nation S S Candidate* nominated are:
> 2 rni apt, 2816 Harvard Ave, but about 20 percent of the students Overhaul and Repair :Members:
i $50 mo, Mrs. Boswor. come> from squadrons or The course begins with a study Final arrangements for the next Bryan H. Cornwall, Mary E.. Dun-
of ordnance publications and the
1 Turn 3 rot: apt $65 mo, 3131 Lowell -j Fleet units social gathering were made at the bar, Anthony F. Fragale BennettF.
fundamentals of I
Woodstock Park, Mr. Ellis. a a"R" safety precau- last business meeting and here are Jackson Willie W. Moran Dennis -
tions instilled. The subjectslead
Furn 3 rrn apt 2044 Herschel, Mrs.Feagle. are the details: Time: Saturday, Aug G. Steadman, and Robert L.
school students are petty basic fire
through electricity,
ust 1, at 2000 Place: Roosevelt Wagner.
I officers studying more advanced control aircraft turrets ammuni-
Rm in private home, kit. priv., Hotel. AH members are urged to Public Works Members: Walker
principles of aviation
gunnery tion maintenance and
1 1814 Margaret St, Mrs Myers. I and ordnance. gunnery pay their share immediately at the H. Crevasse, Maxwell Curry,
Share home, $50 mo, 2804 Waller, After the outbreak of the Ko- repair: and operation problems. Nursery desk James L. Hughes, Juanita S. Lester .

ph. 2-7687. Mrs Pinholster. ---_..- -- In gunnery the course runs the All reports were given and new Samuel N. Mangum Robert
Turn eff ('ottage6715 CrescentSt Quick NaturalizationFor gamut from operation of small, members welcomed to the club.! W. McDaniel Richard L Mel-

ph. 88-9272 Mrs Cunningham. arms to 20-millimeter cannon Of special interest was a demonstration shefmer, Leamon L. NorriSr Max
Aliens In ServiceThe and includes bore-sighting Instal- on the making of hats, I' Rosenberg and William M. Sim-

Furn 3 rrn apt, ph. 8-1760 Mrs. Senate Judiciary Committee lation, malfunction correction and given by Mrs. Frances Starkes. coke *

Ballentine.. approved and recommendedfor ''I operation Deadline for registration; for. Mrs. I II Supply and Fiscal :Members:

Furn I'm. 3380 Knight St., ph. passage a bill to help aliensin The latest advances in Naval I Starkes' millinery classes will be Frank Courtney, Kenneth M :Me-
2-0014, Mrs. Pezzulla. the armed forces get' quicker research; and technology and therequirements the next business meeting, and it Duffie, John E.: Parson and Paul
J'"Oft1.1'; naturalization as U. S. citizens. of the fleets are I is hoped that a large number of I Theis.

I rm house 2168 Avondale Circle More expeditious naturalization taught. girls will attend. I Miscellaneous Group Members:

i ,N, 88-9930, Mr. Lumley procedures for any alien The schools are commanded by The Nursery announces that pIc- Milwee Gantt, Administration;
i 1 bdrm house, ph 8-2449, Mr. immigrant, or non immigrant i Lcdr. E. M. Medart, USN, with tures of the morning and afternoon I George J, Gemming, Security;
Hamilton. who lawfully entered the coun- ; Lcdr H L. Sutton, USN, in classes are on sale at the lobby I I George E. Green Security; Wendell

J8 ft. house trailer, 1952, Lot 113 try and has at least 90 days of charge of the "B" school, and Lt j Detailed information about the I Patrick, Administration; Roderick
Azalea Trailer Pk Mr. Skid- honorable service in uniform is E, H, Rouen USN, handling the 1953-54! Kindergarten classes will D. Pinney, Operations; Gor
more. provided by the measure. "A" school. be mailed out next week I don W. Vail, Security; Fred W.
-- -- .- Wienbarg Communications and
1952 Sparta neUe 35 ft. house trailer '
Lot 212 Azalea Trailer Pk, > > \ ;' ; ': Sidney J. Wilds, Industrial Relations
: > : > lf .
i ]
ph. ext. 8517. Chief Byars. ,:.; ::1 .
26 ft. house trailer, $2,300, 211 W. Year Extension Granted
12th St, ph. 4-0997 Mrs Ches- "' :
': '
ney VA's Direct Loan Law

MIsCKI.LANKOUS; -=:!. Washington (AFPS) The direct
:3 I cars wanted, to fill* rar; pool, ysR'm loan program of the VA to

Soutljsltle Estates 0730 to 1600, .. 1G 4t" aid veterans in the financing of

ph. ext. 577, Mr. Cubbley. Jllii ,. .,. homes and farmhouses in areaswhere .
2 riders wanted from 5 Points, '. I" _' '11. ,. '1l. '! I private financing is not
0730 to 1600, ph. ext. 8244 Mrs. .:r .+ I'. .... .. S t..; ., .'" available has been extended for a
!#m ,.., !
I ..tIti.'t"c' :
Hare .. > "
I. ,..': ''' "
.. : ,,
Rider I wanted to Philadelphia, leaving ; .' .. ""(',. ,.' .: ;. .. .. .' ':" :;>1 This action extends the programto

on or about August 7, 4658 < ;' :: ': ..:: June 30, 1954. Direct loans are
: ;' } ; :
Blonnt. ph. 83820. Charles Mar- 4 .. i' : .:,.: ; ; :;l ; not made in metropolitan areas.
.. .. .
tin :( .", .; )11,:S .f.4 Ij': .. ....,: \ ...... y but are usually confined to rural
Rider wanted to Tampa, Clearwater : '!" q : areas where GI loans from private
.. .
Leaving; Friday, returning -. : ', :.j:.. -/ ,; < ) .'. lenders are not available. The law

Sunday ph. ext. 8184 or 216 I .. si also Increases the interest rate
':... : '
Hd Hendemon. : : : : : 'f1': 1 from four to four-and-a-half
g percent
'!? Eikt1U! : : : .
Will baby sit, day or evening, : : This is the"same level as the
I i : ; : //\t\ ,
: : : .
1775 Hamilton ph. 8- 956. Mrs ;: r" maximum rate chargable by private .
.:: Addie. '. ... ,:. ,......... 4, ..-.;, """"" --<- ..;e.". ...,....'oK." ..... ,>>....,.... <'o.=. _....._.... ... .. ,,>< '" lenders. '
hiders wanted to Ashland, Kentucky -, INSPECTS PERSONNEL-Capt. David McCampbell, (left renter) as he made his first personnel Direct loans are limited to $10-
inspection of Naval Air Technical Training Center last Saturday. His evaluation of the I
1] Leaving Friday Contact 000 although the has been
1, command was that everyone looked "shipshape," and that he hoped they would be able to maintain average
CassH, Spec Service, F.xt 512 high standards already set approximately 6900.