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: August 6, 1953
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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).
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Home of Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Fleet Air Wine 11, Naval Air Technical Training Center. I

___ : Accorded Full Honors
'Progress' Show _

Brings Fantastic Rear Adm. McLean Tours

Feats To StationMilitary Naval Installations HereRear

personnel in the Jack- 6

sonville area will be able to see

"Preview of Progress," a drama. Adm. Heber Hampton McLean, Commandant,
tic, non-technical science show I '1.rt 't Sixth Naval District, arrived at the Naval Air Station Tues

sponsored by General Motors, :: day afternoon from his headquarters in Charleston, S. C. to .

when It will appear here on August \." make his first inspection tour since assuming: his present

12, 13, and 14. ,J duty in May:
f Full honors were accorded the
Already viewed by millions of Admiral in a ceremony held at toured that establishment before

Americans, "Preview of Prog- 6r the bandshell fronting the Ad- departing for NAS Pensacola.

ress" will graphically present k a ministration building. As his car Rear Adm. McLean, who succeeded

many of the most recent develop- the site Rear Adm. Glenn Davisas
approached a bugler
ments in scientific research, .t_ kS sounded attention and he was Commandant of the Sixth Na-

which will contribute to a more val District, had formerly been
piped alongside. A 13-gun salute
enjoyable and comfortable life in ax greeted him as he stepped from acting Deputy Commander, Na.

the years to come. val Striking and Support Forces,
his his
... car. At the same time,
The purpose of the presentationis Y jj;, F flag was broken out over the administration Southern Europe

to portray the story of progress -.-".---,,-_.-...._.,, ,- -- .__..__._.j,- -,, "--........ -- building and the At the time war broke out in
through engineering and science. guard presented arms, with all Korea in 1950, he was serving as
OFFICIAL VISIT-Rear Adm. Heber II. McLean, (right center
Running time is about 40 minutes. ), Commandant, Sixth Naval District, Inspects his honor guardon present standing at attention till Commander Fleet Activities, Yo*

Feature Jet Propulsion the occasion of his first inspection tour of the Naval Air Station the last gun was fired. kosuka, Japan. In December his
since he assumed his present duty in May. He was accordedfull title was changed to Commander
Jet propulsion will be featuredin Greets OfficialsOn
honors in a ceremony held at the Bandshell. Accompanying Fleet Activities, Japan-Ko
its infancy as Hero's aelioplle, Rear Adm. McLean is First Lieutenant Don Prendergast, platoon being piped aboard, Rear with additional duties
constructed about 200 B.C., and in leader. Adm. McLean was accorded rea, as
Commander Fleet Activities Yo-
its present stages with a model of ruffles and flourishes by the ,
All Previous Years was.
Tops kosuka. He awarded a Gold
the Douglas Skystreak, which will Navy band, after which he
Star in lieu of third of
a Legion
be driven at high speed the entire
inspected the Guard on the invitation
Merit for his extensive -
length of the auditorium and witha of Capt. Burnham C. responsibilities
Carnival Profit the
Charity maintaining opera
miniature engine like those ueed McCaffree officerof
commanding tion and security of Fleet Active
in the German V-I buzz bombs. the Station. He was then Introduced ities and naval
supporting opera.
Other acts from the realm of by the Captain to NAS
tions against the enemy in the
the fantastic will be: A bottle Greater Than 6Q,000 heads of departments and Naval Japanese-Korea area.

which can pound nails yet be broke Air Bases Staff officers.
In April, 1951, he reported as
en when dropped on a small pieceof The largest net proceeds yet' raised in the four years After being piped over the Commander Service Force, Sixth

abrasive material, manufacturing that the annual Carnival for has been side the Admiral
Navy Charity presented paid a courtesycall Fleet, in which command he
of the new "Jumping rubber"from at the Naval Air Station, were unofficially released today on Rear Adm. Osborne B. served until Jan. 1952, when he

small amounts of two liquids, by Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree.. -president of the Carnivalfor Hardison, Commander, Fleet Air was ordered as Chief of Staff

microwaves that wiggle throughthe 1953. Jacksonville. He then made a and Aide
to Commander Allies
air at the rate of 10 billion a Setting the current Charity tour of the Station which included -
second in TV and telephone sets, was a summary of the Carni Forces, Southern Europe.
Fund roughly "more than 560,- the Naval Air Technical .
and harnessing the sun's heat for 000," Capt. McCaffree stated that val by Capt. McCaffree who Training Center and the Naval

power. some accounts have not yet been said in part: "The success of this Hospital. VP-16.Personnel

Dependents Invited settled, and until the entire financial -
carnival was made p o s sib 1 e Tours Facilities Here

NAS personnel are scheduled to accounting has been audited through the wholehearted cooper Wednesday morning Rear Adm. Welcomed Home

attend the showing at 1500 on and approved, the exact total of McLean paid a short visit to the

August 12 at the Mainside Theatre the fund cannot be officially as ation of the merchants and our Naval Reserve Training Center,
Fleet and other units' friends of the civilian popula- After W TourFive
per certained. He expressed much Jacksonville, after which he flewto
sonnel are Invited to attend with satisfaction with the results- tions of this area of Florida and the Naval Station, Green
I "
the mandatory 25 per cent of NAS which may exceed last year'snet Georgia. Cove Springs. He left there for months of overseas duty at
The fund will be distributed Port Lyautey, Africa, for VP-18
personnel. Dependents of personnelmay
by almost the total proceedsof the Naval Air Station, Cecil

also attend this showing. $16,000 raised by the first (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 4)) Field, where he had lunch and personnel came to an end when
Attendance for students of the Carnival held in 1949. they arrived here last week to be

various NATTCenter school* will s welcomed home by their families

be compulsory, at the NATTCenter : and friends.
At the same time, he drew attention -
Auditorium on August 13 and to a statement regardingthe The first group to return arrived

14. last Tuesday by airlift, while the
high calibre of the entertain

AE and AO Schools will view ment features provided by the Carnival squadron's P2V Neptunes landed

the show at 1030 on August 13 made by Congressman YS Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

while the AG, AK, and ANP( ) Charles Bennett in the June 30 .M. During their stay overseaS the

students will witness the 1530 issue of the Congressional Record. unit participated in the joint
NATO exercise Rendezvous. la
performance that day.
Representative Bennett said i :
On the following day at 1030 the "The Navy in Jacksonville,. in the. Aq4 this operation VP-16 flew sub patrols
performance will be for AGM fora convoy formed off
district which I
represent, a
School, Training Facility and non- i. France, sent by Gibraltar and
decision this to abandon the
training personnel. MAD Ship'sCompany which conducted landings in
public lottery method of raising
and stragglersfrom funds which had been used in 4 Greece.
other units are scheduled for the General anti-sub flights were
previous fund-raising ; : :
1530 14. made by the Jacksonville squadron
showing on August
and the results indicated no dim-
during most of their stay at
in the funds raised. The
inishing T
Port Lyautey. In addition it completed
naval installations in Jacksonville :
"Med Fams, six day trips
1t'g 6G 119 were able to contribute more fin. _
,, around the Mediterranean intendedto
anclally this than they ever '
& squadron pilots with

contributed in the history of the \ ___ the area.

installations It speaks well for .f Many of the squadron's enlisted

the great part that the Navy n personnel also made these flights

plays in the Jacksonville and Green which included stops at almost

Cove Springs areas, in always trying
every sizable town in the area. In
to do their in local charities
- part addition London
and doing it in a way that Casablanca
Rabat, and Tangierwere
shows an interest in the means
I OVERSEAS IMPORT-Admiring Caesar, the big black nosed visited by VP-18 pilots And
used as well as the end to be Boxer dog that Lt. crewmembers.The .
WY DAIS o Dave Rogers brought with him from Port
achieved." 'I Lyautey is Lt. Felix: Wheeler, his wife Shirley, and daughter squadron was relieved of
s t Diana. The occasion was the return of VP-16 after five months
duty overseas. Lt. Wheeler piloted the plane with Caesar listed as their assignment by VP-10 oC
Included In Bennett's statement
his passenger. Brunswick, Maine.


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Pager, Two JAX AIR NEWS 6 August

Korean Mail Lost In

J11K Srublbhf'd Crash Of US ShipsThe

Department of Army announced -

every Thurriiy lor Navy activities at Naval Air Station Jack- a large quantity of mail
n\llle. )'Ia- for Korea was lost July 14 with N9

C.pl. BurnhAm C. McC ffire. NAS.. ....Jacbtulllt... .. .................Commanding' Officer the sinking of the S. S. Jacob
Comdr. James 1L Armstrong ...... ..... ...... .....I......Execulhe Olllcer Luckenbach 11 miles outbound C+, It't
Fleet Air JcV MiIU
Rear Mm.: Osborne B HardlKn ..... .... ,..................Commander from San Francisco. j.: ; a c t
Capt. lioviaid V. Uopklna ... .... .. ... ...... .. ................. Chief ot SlaW. The ship sank after a collision :
Fleet Air VAt\tm
rapt. Arthur ?. Born .... ..... ........... .. .. ......,....., ....Commander with the S. S. Hawaiian Pilot in a
Cumdr. Joseph T. Thointon ...... ........ ...............Chiel!! Staff Officer thick fog. / v}
> Mr l Technical UU U '
Tr O
Capt. DM Id MCCampit'.............._.._?_. .........?. .(..... ...-?...Comm ndlnlt Officer Postal authorities estimated the
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart ...... ? ........... ..............Executht Officer: mail originated in the United rwn

Capt Edward. S. Lowe _.....,..... -Natal.?,,,,,HtipItU,,,,,.,.,,, .Commanding Officer States between July 312. Sixty-
Capt. I... A. Newton ......w-... ,.,,.... K ecuthe Officer one pouches of first class mail, ,
Capt. Easlon B. Noble ....................................Commanding Officer 4,077 sacks of parcels and 436
Comdr. Anthony Tiuaio ........................>............Executive) OIHcer pieces of oversized parcels were

lost in the sinking.-(AFPS) 4j5 .
The JAX AIR NEWS In publlxhed weekly at the U. S. Naval AIr Station. .
Jkckbointlle. Hoi' Ida, and printed commercially with non-appropriated (fund
at no expense to the tovernment and In compliance with NAVKXOS! P-35 Rev
"ov. 194:>. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station, the
Naval l Air Technical' Training' Center Naval Air Reserve Tralnlne Unit, Ka\al Father McGowan
Air Station Cecil Field, and the U. )S. Naval Hosplttl. NEW Byrd newly arrived
industrial hygiene officer, studies health charts supplied by
Editor-Andrew 11. TUney Leaves For Comdr. William F. Lyons industrial medical officer: with whom
Acting Kdltor: -Itelen Harper; Sports Editor-John C"har\at. AN; Staff Duty he is associated. Lcdr. Byrd, whose services will augment the I
RfJ'Ott'U-Jod Henderson. 1'NSN; Mildred Mueller, SN ". DlalilbutlonIJarfie
; -
overall health holds membership in the National
Kusco, JCM: : Vhlan' Knox SA. I program Societyof
The JAX AIR NEWS la a member ol the Armed Forces 'rre!;. Sen-Ice. Aboard HornetComdr. Professional Engineers, the American Industrial Hygiene Association -
AFrs material appearing, In this publication\ may not be reprinted without and the American Society of Safety Engineers.
:the written permission of Armed Forces Ties Sen Ice. Republication I of other
matter Editor., JAX except: AIn by NEWS.eevice publications Is prohibited without permission I of John J.. McGowan, r New

and Ktlltorlal:216: of/Ices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extensions 8184 Senior Catholic Chaplain at NAS, OPENINGS LISTED Hygiene

Violations Punishable was relieved this week by Lt. FOR CIVILIANSLocal Post CreatedAt

Edward J. Dunn, formerly attached .
vacancies in Civil Service -
to the USS YosemiteAD have been announced. Following

Senate Rules Servicemen ( 19)). is a list of positionsopen. InfirmaryExpansion

I Father McGowan's new duty .
of the industrial
station will be aboard the USS Assistant Industrial Office medicine program here to a de

Must Keep Foreign Laws Hornet (CVA 12)), Jax-Marine Engineer, GS-9. gree in accordance with the size of

A native of Lowell, Mass., Father Resident Officer, Construction the Station, has been assured by
Jax Supervisory Construction the arrival of Lcdr
Washington McGowan was ordained a memo E.
(AFPS-The) Senate has ratified North
Atlantic Treaty Organization treaty, rejecting a proposal a that ber of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate I Engineer (General), Byrd, industrial hygiene engineer.

the U. S. hold exclusive jurisdiction over members of its in Washington, D. C. in GS-12. Lcdr. Byrd, who achieved his/

Armed Forces or civilian components for off-duty violations 1937. NAS, Jax, Cecil Field, Naval masters. degree in public health

foreign laws in NATO countries. with the understanding_ ____ ___ Serving in the South Pacific Station Green Cove Springs, and industrial hygiene at Columbia -
n n
that they are subject to the laws during WWII Father McGowansaw Naval Hospital, Jax-Roofer, University reported here from

of the country in which they ate I ally connected1': children. Most of action at Guadalcanal, Tu- $1.70 to $1.84 per hour. the Naval Gun Factory where he

,",,'Ing. the fund would be for areas that lagi and New Caledonia Upon returning Naval Hospital, Jax Mess had been engaged in special work

I have become congested with military to the States, he was Attendant, $.91 to $.99 per hr. with the Ordnance Plant. lie will

I assigned to the Naval Training NAS Jax Production I be associated with Comdr. William
bJ. Gen George B. Baith, former or federal employee families Specialist
Center at Sampson, N. Y. and Aircraft F. Lyons, Industrial medicine
CG of the 5th Infantry (Training since 1952. ( ), GS-7 $4205 to
) Division, Indiantown Gap later transferred to NAS San $4955 per annum Industrial Engineer officer, who hitherto has had to

Military Res., Pa., is succeeding S a Diego. GS-9, $5060 to $5810 per devote much of his time to industrial -
General of the Omar N.
Army .
hygiene problems.
The chaplain ha also annum.
Btig. Ben Phihp E. Gallagher seen service -
as Chief of the Army CounterIntelligence Bradley, has received the Distinguished on the USS Helena and the Additional information can Relieved of this additional

Corps and CG of the Citation Plaque, highest USS Shangii-La, aboard whichhe be obtained from the Industtial duty Dr. Lyons. anticipates an

CIC Center at Ft. Holabird, :Md. II award of the Disabled American attended the atom bomb tests Relations department, Building expanded industrial medicine
Gen. at Bikini. program resulting in greatly improved -
Gallagher has been aligned Veterans for conspicuous serviceto 907
I I health and morale among
to USAREUR. :, disabled American veterans and Father McGowan arrived at personnel engaged in specializedor
NAS Jacksonville in May 1952 and
the Nation as head of the Vet. hazardous .
The Corp of Engineers, DA. i has served' as Senior Station Former RC Director occupations.He
i erans' Administration and also is planning an expanded
bas been reorganized to provide 81' lain since January of this chap-I
deputy chiefs for construction and !, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of : Aids Prisoner Trade health service directed primarilyto
Staff. meet the needs of civilian employees -
military operations Maj. Ben. t
Samuel D. Sturgis, fr., Chief of a I Allen G. Scarbrough a former ; in the older age brackets.

Engineers: has announced. The Ten dry cargo whips of the Military NAS Jax Red Cross field director, Meanwhile', Lcdr. Byrd has established -
two Sea Transportation Service i his office in the building
new deputies are Maj. Gen
'has been selected to be 18
Bernard L. Robinson, Construction have been returned to the National one formerly occupied by the Armed
and Brig Gen. Albert C. Defense Reserve Fleet via the American Red Cross staff members I I Forces Blood Donor Center, where

Lieber, Military Operations. Gen. Maritime Administration the Navy to work on the repatriation of he is engaged in making a study

Robinson previously held the has announced. j Korean war prisoner! and evaluation of such problemsas
a noise ventilation and
single post of Deputy Chief Nine United Nations countiieswill
\ A Coast Guard selection board similar health hazards
have a team of 70 Red Cross
The house has passed a bill is now in session to consider 205i
i I II representatives working with military -
Reserve ensigns for temporary
Authorizing1 a $227 million program upgrading
of school construction aid to lieutenant junior grade. personnel and counterpartRed
I Cross teams from North Korea
for areas crowded with "feder- I .
The 20 per cent tax on movie I .i .. and Communist China in repatriating

( J) I out.admissions The :House may be on and the Means way prisoners of both sides. I MAINSIDB
I Committee has approved a bill :; :: ;: Scarbrough was field rThe I Kid FromLeft Thurs., July 6

SERVICESSunday )) I authorizing the abolition of this 1 ,.. here for five years leaving in May. Field .... Richard Widmark
tax. I Father 1952 for an overseas assignment.
I __ ___ Fri., July 7
I .u ---- -
Services at All Saints Cruisin' Down'

Chapel list the following sermons: The River ............ Dick HaymesSat.
0830-"Is There Any Word' From 1\1Roberts\ Mcintire, Turnage NATTC Honor Men I ., July' 8

The Lord?" by Chaplain Ackley. 1 5.00Q Fingers of

1045-"The Forward Look" by Two college trained sailors and Marine Roberts finished ahead !I at San Diego He was assigned Dr P. Peter Hayes

Chaplain Gatlin. a Marine walked off with honor I of 169 graduates at ANP) School J I here from ANP( ) School, Norman, NATTCenter

Protestant student recognitions last week at I with an eight week average of I Okla.A Thurs., July. C
0830-.All Saints Chapel three Naval Air Technical Train- J 90.02. A native of Utica N. Y., I Blueprint for _

091-Naval Hospital Chapel. ing Center Schools. I Roberts attended Utica Free Academy -I n ex-University Murder _....... ... Joseph Cotten
1045 All Saints Chapel. Marine Pfc. Francis A. Roberts !. and enlisted in Feb. 1953. of Call- Fri., July 7;
CatholicSunday0830 took honors at i He was assigned from here to AL fornia student, The Kid From

; 1000 Mast( St. I Airman (P) School. Memphis. I Thomas Turn- Left Field .... Richard Widmark
JCdward's Chapel. School I while I I McIntire age, won the Sat, July 8

Saturday--0800- :Malll!!. I William G. Mc- topped his AE honors in AK Cruisin' Down .

Daily 0630-M aM. Intire AEAN, classmates witha School. The River ............ Dick Haymes
Sunday-Mass at Hospital Chapel was honor student mark of 84.4. Formerly stationed 'KM NAVAL HOSPITAL
at NAS
t, 1645. of theElectric A former Uni- Thors., July C

Mormon I versity of Color l Alameda, Calif., The System ._...... -Frank Lovejoy -
the San Francisco
1930-"Wednesday! .-.N A T T C ian School. ado student! -.-, FrW July 7
native has
Chaplain's. office Thomas W.Turnage and Denver resident Blueprint for

Christian Srientr he enlisted Y been assigned Turnage Murder ____ Joseph Cotten
-"' -- u to the Commander Naval .
1900-Tuesday-. NATTC Chap, AKAN compiled a year ago s' St, July S
Iain's office I the top mark Roberts ( and attended.' '. East, with headquarters in I The Kid From

In the Aviation Storekeeper School recruit training Mrlntfre !Tokyo. Left Field .... Bichaid WidmarkI
\ .

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7 .nk

b, a L; r q r ,g wr i aR
S, ,

k ,
this talk about "dog days"

with men hunting the derivationof

the expression! Our idea is forgetting .

the 40 sultry days by selecting

books with cool locales, or,

for the scientifically minded, booksto

take the mind off: the heat.

\: kr Tran 's Air Conditioning Manual :
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-The 1953 edition is thorough

NOT OLD NAVY-It's still pretty hard for John Cairns, AMCat coverage of the subject. DC
NATTCenter, with nearly 31 years of Naval Aviation behind
Rocket Propulsion -
him, to get used to the "new look" in aviation. He is shown with
Phyllis Westerman, AA, of Airman Preparatory School, as she "An introduction ,to the engi- ,
medium Navy torpedo bomber, ,.J_
wrestles with the prop nut of a neering of rockets.
Waves were just something: in the ocean in the old days to therrlttled Human U e of Human f'lnr'l- SMALL WORLD-Trading memories of recruit training are
air dog: Pfc. Mary Acland (left) and Pfc. Joan Heaver, until recently residents
"Good introduction to the,theory of of the British Isles. The two English girls lived about 65 I

Home, Hobby, Habitat cybernetics and its application to miles apart there, but met for the first time in recruit training at
daily living, Easier reading than Parris Island. They are now assigned to duty here.

'Grew Up With Aviation' the One author's Blllllon"Cjbernetlcs.Inlands For" Sal*- American Life-

Wonderful escape reading makingIt

all within reason. The author Different For

Declares NATTC Chief has collected Information about

available islands along the coast

and rivers of U. S. and Canada. English Lass t
Anyone who can casually say: "I worked with Admiral Reidon
\ Some are priced at ten dollars an
the NC-4 that he commanded on its flight across the Atlantic;; "Everything different in
acre, some at a thousand (you can A welcome aboard was extended -
or, "I checked out Lindbergh on the engine of his Ryan Monoplane America," according to Pfc Mary
rent of these for
one to three Waves reporting to
before he hopped for Paris;" or, "I did research with Admiral Byrd I Acland, the second English girl to
a year ) last week Gloria Thompson,
has been around a long, long time.
before his South Pole flight report at NATTCenter for school
('falErWhlteTitle is a Nfaybelle Prater and Pansy Quin-
By such statements is a per- Checked Lindbergh translation of the Indian name recently. nelly Reporting aboard NATT

son dated, but to John Cairns, "We also had two land planeson given a man who left the comfortsof "The cars, country, and even Center and preparing themselves

aviation machinist chief, super- a small field for use when ice civilization: for the rigors of a people's hearts are bigger," she for eight weeks of ANY': ?" School

visor of the Training Facilities prevented our flying the sea- remote northern island. With distinctly observed. were Laverne Shepherd and Carol

Technical Library at the' Naval planes. It was here that I work- primitive living, tempera- Cars on the wrongslde, of the Crane. NATTCenter Ship's Com-

Air Technical Training Center, ed with John Lindbergh, check- ,tures to 63 below, we think this road and the different names pany was increased when Jane

Naval Aviation has been home; ing him out on the J-4' Wright : qualifies for a good, cool "get- Americans have for many objects Huetta, Elizabeth Rice and Phyllis

hobby and habitat since 1918'sWorld Whirlwind engine he used in his : away-from-it-all." puzzled her for a while. Enfinger reported heie.

War One days. Ryan Monoplane. This was abouta Storm-Spotted forming in the Mary lived near Bristol, England Can you visualize a photographer

The 54-year-old Navy chief entered month before he made his his- Pacific, the storm hits our western before coming to the United the roll of CMAA? It can
Service back in September
the "
1917 and after boot toric hop to Paris. coast Along its path are many States about nine months ago with happen and did in the case of Fran

Lakes went on Everything is "we" with Chief stories: a telephone repair man her parents. Before enlisting in the Blaker, P1I2. Although a "pictuie
at Great ,
coastal patrol with antisubmarine Cairns, meaning himself and Naval and his romance, travelers caughtin Marine Corps she was living In taker", by trade, duties were

ended in the I aviation. the mountains, business deals San Antonio, Texas. I switched last Thursday as she
vessels, and up '
After varied service aboard modified by discontinued communi- Joan Beaver, another English transferred from the Photo Lab

war zone Aviation with a bomber In 1918 patrol. carriers and at air stations cations, a train wreck, etc. Intriguing girl, preceded Mary here for duty. into the Barracks as Chief Master
(names of ships, stations and the technique for those inter The two lived about 65 miles apartin At Arms.
Naval Aviationin
He shifted to
since and men who manned them in Naval ested in writing and excellent England but didn't meet until Fran Is replacing Mary June
1918 his forte ever ,
aviation aviation's early days roll off his reading that will remind some of they were sent to Parris Island Truitt who received order to
when it is figured that
itself is celebrating its 50th an- tongue like a muster call of famous "The Bridge of San Luis Rey" for recruit training Hawaii. August 28 in the date

admirals, officers.and men set for her departure to theisland
niversary this year, came
and fighting ships) Chief Cairnswas and wonderful tour of
both he and flying -
the field when
ready for any kind of duty
were just out of short I Fire Prevention Courses duty.
when World War II broke out. I The responsibility that now rest
pants. I He served with special flying I
will take
I with Fran undoubtedly
in squadron
"I started

work HS-Twos with the he recalled old HS-Ones"knownin and known projects of that aerial delved warfare into, special-the un Given 0 & R Supervisors I the the majority Job of of"mothering"her free time a ,few for

service units that
ized in trained hundred Vtaves is not an easy one
flying hydroplanes .
those days as .
I could repair any kind of plane I Nevertheless, the work must, be
'flying fishLater 0 and R supervisorshave
or Thirty
under any kind of conditions, Important training. However, the done and we do hope Fran will he
which crossedthe basic
NC-4s coursein
shifted to just completed
in the Pacific is conducted by the
and up same training status.
in her
Atlantic on Admiral Reid's fire prevention and fire control, I happy new
Theater of Operations with CA- NAS Fire Department for selected
here again
Civilian days aro
flight In Building 167 by Capt.
epoch-making given
SU 53 under Admiral Mark Mil- personnel, civilian and military, of Mistifer who will be
Helen ,
Long flights were the rage in William O, Williamson!! senior fire says
scher all Station departments and attached She will jour-
detached August 5.
the 1920's and everyone was ex- inspector.The .
Cairns has been a Navy chief commands.
to her home in Williamsport,
ploring the unknown in the up class was divided Into two ney
of the air
air aviation nearly 28 years. Enlisted personnel Pa., for a stay before she settle
of the
per sections and was the first held
the ,
for 40 atten.Lion
its wings. "I'm going years groups are given particular I In Key West with her husband.
began spreading chief said, "if the hull this year for new supervisors who with
Great Lakes veteran concerned as they are I Millie Mueller, Jax Air News
at ,
"We were and wings hold out that long." have not previously received thisHERE'S fire that could resultin
Chief Cairns reminisced, "prac staff member, and Bob Home, will
ticing launching and recoveringof grave disaster, Capt. Williamson become husband and wife August

seaplanes across the ice floes said 8, in St. Edward's Chapel at 6:00pm.
on Lake Michigan and studying .
-- j Fire prevention courses have
effects of cold weather on planes,
been stressed locally ever since ibility of preventing fires, must
and men, getting ready for _
parts ,
the disastrous conflagration at in turn pass on the instruction
Antarctic explo
Admiral Byrd's Quonset Point. Personnel are trained they receive from, the Fire Department -

rations. by members of the Fire Department to those under their

not only in methods of lighting authority
School Loses
fires once they are started, Those completing the course at

Officer but more importantly to recognizeand this time arer:""Marlene F. Dress

, :; Training 4 Xt correct fire hazards such as ler; William D. Estes; Roger J,

Comdr. P. E. Greenlee, who has occur in any activity comparableto Feco; William F. Gouchnour; Sam

been training officer of Aviation : NAS Jax. N Hazouri; John W Kemp;

Ground Officer School since its i') All new personnel are requiredto George E. Morrison; Reginald A.

date of commissioning in 1951, __ take this basic course in First Norris; Peter P. Pacuk; William

received orders to sea duty with X" w .Aid Fire Fighting and Fire Prevention M Pittman; Nathaniel S. Quarterman -

VX-1 in Key West and departed with others repeating the ; Marshall XI. Rogers; Robert

July 31. 1.Ri course at intervals as refresher z. Rogers; Aaron K. Taylor; Con

Comdr. Greenlee graduated courses. rad A. Meyer; William M. Barge;

from Annapolis in 1951, and received Dudley Boatwright; Ralph Ed-

his Masters Degree in qy N 3 The wide variety of industrial wards; George W. Graham; Joseph

Science and Aeronautical Engineering U3.- ry< .- -a work in the 0 and R shops creates B. Hand; Albert C. Keene; ''Ber

from Post Graduate School HOW- Do you know bow to ring an alarm if fire fire hazards of almost every type. nard F. Klan; Ray C. Lindsey;

at Massachusetts Institute of breaks in the out basic Surprisingly instruction, few given people by the do. It Fire is consequently Department in included First- Fire is an ever-present. menace, Foster C. Neff; Elmer J. Raisch;

Technology. Aid Fire Prevention and Fire Control. Here Capt. William O. and fire prevention is considereda Walter Z. Tarr; Edward R. Van
Prior to his coming to NATT Williamson (left, senior fire inspector, provides this Instructionto job for all hands. Supervisors, Bur en; Joe West; Thomas E.

Center, he was Commanding Officer Ralph Edwards, Joe West and Walter Z. Tarr, 0 & R super who are charged< with the respon- Stringfellow and Junior F. Teske,
of VF-44. visors.

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Page FoUl JAX AIR NEWS 6 August 1953
CAG-17 Garners Several Exciting Minutes -' '

High Mention At Commercial Pilot Tours On Gas' ,

Annual ReviewCarrier To Avoid Crash With VP-3 P2VEight

members of VP-3, a com-
Air Group 17, commanded The civilian pilot fortunately"poured
mercial plane load of civilians, and
by Comdr. Leroy Swanson, was ground observers lived the gas" to his plane and
Inspected last week by Rear Adm. some through several exciting minutes became airborne again, strongly
Os1>o ; exciting his passengers who
; saw
... result of a thrown
as a
: .
der, : \" .. crash trucks drive onto ihe field
various : : : Jug piston. at about the same time.
: Lt.jg( ) Herbert A. Sudhoff was
piloting one of the VP-3 P2V Nep-
The (: :: tunes near Florence, S. C., when When the Florence paper printeda
five : the short article on the incident "A:
the port engine threw piston
part of and he was forced to call the com- Navy PBY Transport landed hereat
sonnel mercial field there and request 6:30: p.m. yesterday with one
tion to land. engine on fire. The plane is an

Fleet iii Permission was quickly granted dered anti-submarine Top Secret aircraft," it and brought const!
and the big Neptune was
crowds of nearby citizens to view
flected brought %in downwind on run-
the : way 36, the first one available. the plane.
ing 1 .. George Coxwell, AL1, providedthe
per Just as the patrol craft was small children with thrills by
rons touching down, however, a com- letting them wear Mae Wests and
three, mercial airliner also began land- parachute harness during a tour
-Calling attention to a device on one
-goods. ing on the same runway from the of the crippled craft.
is Thomas Johnson, ADC, left) of VF-
Chief ) John Oesterreicher (right) of VF-173, ac other end although the pilot had All the heavy equipment neces-
Fleet' Lt. (jg) Stanley Eldridge (center) of been Informed by Florence radio sary for changing the engine was
administrative, material and personnel the Navy plane was in trouble supplied by the Shaw AFB en-
Rear Adm. Osborne llardison
by B.
Jacksonville. and cleared to land. abling the local group to return
group a here. Upon their departure from
the South Carolina field a large
VC-62 Report number of nearby residents gave

the Navy men a warm-hearte'd

Jacksonville Area SquadronsUSS send off.Food. .

Rations For
Beach. Bailey was with the squadron Tarawa detachment ready for
To H.
recently a little more than 'two years. departure this week. The detach- Official Picnics
Ensign Paul T. McMahan and ment will week
spend a on a car-
"White his wife proudly announced the rier qualification cruise. Are AuthorizedProvisions

contin- arrival of Gerald Thomas who was Ens. Charles G. Dorsey reported for officially spon-
from born last Saturday at the Naval aboard for duty upon graduationfrom sored picnics may be drawn from
from Hospital. The tike weighed in at Aviation Ground Officer's- the general mess if a request for
Center, Navy in 7 Ibs. 12 oz. School. He's currently serving as the food has been submitted to I
train- assistant to the Personnel Officer and approved by the Commissary \
in the Jack- VF-173' Lt. Philip C. palby is now set- Officer.
vue when he News In VF-173 Include the ar- ting the pace in flight time with Quantity and cost of the food I I
day at rival aboard of three new men 62 hours to his credit in the Ban- issued will be determined by the
torium. and the departure of two other shee last month but will leave Commissary Officer upon submis- I

of squadron mem ers. soon'with a detachment.The sion of the memorandum request
.rs are sent in Richard W Ferber, A03, has Robersons Frank (AE3)) from the department or activity.
orenzo to Elec- reported from :NAS Corpus Christ!, and Betty Jo, have named their Only those containers in which ;
at Texas, and ,Ronald G. Graves, new son Terry Lane. This makes '
Hyatt, the prepared food is issued will be
Collins : trans- AMI, from NATTC, Norman two for them, the other being provided by 'the.general mess. Ii
Rogers 1'J Quonset Okla., while from the ElectronicsTest young daughter Sheryl Lynn. Trays, napkins, silverware serving
In 1948. Unit at Patuxent River, Md., Eight new men joined the spoons and ice wil not be provided.A .
vocal received has come Donald R. Sohl, A T2. squadron last week, including list of the items desired, num-
music Field and Going north to New Jersey and Michael Chalys, AEC; George L. ber of personnel not on commuted
\ ; to the oxygen regulator school of the Hattaway, AMS1; Adam Feller, rations, date and time rations are
drums; Bendix Aircraft Corporation at AMI; Russell Brantley, AD2; W desired, and the date and time of
Gene In New Teterboro for instruction is ArthurE. C. Brandon, AD2; Kenneth G. the picnic must be included on
be \ During Hilllker PR2. Chase, AM3; Raymond R. the request.
years at Harold J. Mollo, ADI, an old Phelps, AM3; and Robert M. Fox, .
Woods he let- hand in VF-173, has transferred to
of the Fasron 109. In exchange has come than 150 men are readyto AIO Officer Gets

relay Howard, A. Schuth. take the service-wide exams
will for advancement in rate. When the 'Free Fast' RideIn

today ) school VC62Preparations time comes, 17 will try for first ,
August State Re- are being made class !62 for second, and 85 for TV-2 Trainer"We
will of around the VC-62 spaces to get the third.
to went so high and fast I
I are the lost the feeling of speed" related

Naval Ensign Bob White of VF-172 upon
many his return to earth after a recent
deep sea Jet flight
make Normally occupying a desk rather -
than a cockpit in his job as
air intelligence officer since he has

of Build never had any flight training, En- ,
victory sign White was making his first \
i night be- jet flight.
I of "Vic" Ensign Jim Osborne another I
Caruso tK".k. VF-172 officer, took Ensign Whiteon
I I the quick trip in a TV-2 jet
up in trainer shortly after the new AIO

Vic while had reported to the squadron.The '.
3 hits. 9 ;; mka fastest planes he was in _
runs Aryx a' R ,prior to his jet hop was commer-
walks, a cial airliners and Naval transports.
\ a
scor- According to the young officerhe
lost the feeling of speed when
"we were out of sight of land
who was during the flight and consequently -
reserves couldn't tell speed or relative -
/" by a most R distance.
the ad- : The TV-2 is a two passenger
; Atlantic version of the Air Force's F-80

______ __ Shooting Star fighter, one of the
( one-leg- --- ---- ---' HVi V.VNNNMmmMU 'n'''
earliest versions of the "flying -
): "Poor COCKPIT CHECK-Now's the time to find out all about it, stovepipes."
haven't not when many thousand feet In the air, maintains Ensign Jim .
Osborne (left), one of the "Blue Bolts" of VF-172' as he checks And
there's the sailor with
): "Well, out Ensign Bob White in cockpit procedure in a TV-2 jet trainer.
Ensign White was a passenger this trip, for as Air Intelligence the "Tarzan Eyes.-thc1 swing
pst Officer for the unit he is not in a flying status. from limb to. limb.I .,



6 August 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

Dances, Parties: GamesProvides

\ usa Hospitable

SALTY HERE HUMOR AND THEREThe FROM Center For EntertainmentParties

old man In the corner weptas dances, picnics, games, family and financial guidance are

the hostess sang "My old Ken- Just a few of the many services found In the home-like atmosphereof

tucky Home." the new USO Club at 37 West Monroe Street.

"Pardon me," asked another Recently moved from above the .

truest, "are you a Kentuckian Beach Bus Station, the now ultra A fine selection of records and
"No, a musician. i reading material is catalogued for
with Its air conditioned -
modern center,
the musical and literary fans. Sing-

Doc: "The pain in your leg is r' t clubrooms, is a much songs around the piano draw good

caused by old age." prouder) but Just as hospitable refuge response, with both servicemenand

Man: "Old age nothing; the for service personnel in this hostesses participating. .

other leg's the same age and itdon't Weekly dances are scheduled on
iL1 area.
1 1:1
hurt. Friday and Saturday evenings,
throughout the
: Open week days :
with bands and combos from the

Chief: "Why is it importantnot ___ mn'____ _-;;-, "tIIit __,._"__'_ ,_, ...._.a. ,_ afternoon and evening, and the all USO day station or the local area providingthe
Saturday and Sunday,
to lose your head in an attack ANYONE FOR SPAGHETTI Candlelight-cafe atmosphere who wish music. Ping-pong and card
in the air-conditioned clubroom during one of the spa- welcomes personnel
? prevails games are also very popular] and
Recruit:: "Because that would ghetti dinner nights offered periodically by the USO. Above, a wholesome entertainment at a there Is never any difficulty in
junior, hostess serves that famous Italian dish to a very hungry small cost. And for many of the
leave no place to put the hel- Marine, Pfc. Jack Turner who is presently a student at NATT- services there is no charge. finding a fourth for bridge, pinochle -

met." Center's ANP( ) School. or even a "second" for
IdJ 1. ,,,,,__....' ,

Boss: "Henry, you're a liar. Navy Attains t.. chess. .

You took a day off, to bury your In addition to the social facilities -

, mother-in-law, and I met her in the USO provides lockers,
I the park this morning. showers, pressing equipment, and

Henry: "Oh, I didn't say she other necessities. Shaving gear and

was dead, sir. I just said I would AreaThe towels are also available at a very

.' like to go to her funeral." small charge
Public Works departmentthis
President Eisenhower, In a recent -
week assumed,responsibility!
Chief: "Did you shave this address to the Annual Meet-
for the rental and maintenanceof
morning, John?" ing and Leadership Mobilization of
the Cumberland Housing Development -
John: "Yes, Chief" the United Defense Fund
Chief: "Well, next time stand a constructed during "USO more important than
World War II on Roosevelt
bit closer to the razor. ever,"
Blvd. at Park St.
This applies, in every sense of
The is comprisedof
"How soon shall I know any- the word to the Jacksonville Center
330 two and three bed- A
thing after I come out of the one, ; which is truly a "Home Away
room white frame units; rentingfor
anesthetic?" from Home" to military personnelhere.
... I $42, $48 and $54 respectively.
i lot
"Well, that's expecting a .
from an anesthetic." The project, formerly operatedby CHARGES-Soft drinks and sandwiches may be

the Public Housing Authority, purchased at the USO's modern lunch counter. Prices are low,

his was relinquished to the Navy on the food Is rood and the service excellent, say Dex Pedigo, AA,
A little boy was saying go-
request of the Navy Departmentin (left) of AOA( ) School and William Hapwell, AOAN, on leave
to-bed prayers in a very low Washington, D. C, from Newport, R. I. Staffed by Junior hostesses, the "snackbar"
voice. hours for the convenience of personnel.
is open long .
the tenants
Most of present are
"I can't hear you, dear," his.
$ families. the few ii
Navy However,
mother whispered. Arthur Cliff Gets
civilian families in the develop-
;.? "Wasn't talking to you, said
ment will not be asked to move,

,- .:.': the small one firmly.' but will_ be replaced. by Navy Post of Station Personnel are invited to visit

personnel as they normally move the USO Servicemen's' Club at 37

r Swartz Selected elsewhere Safety EngineerArthur West Monroe St. open from 0930

To meet the increased work to 2330 dally.Thursday .

load placed by operation of the F. Cliff, new safety en- M August 6-Progressive
PO-of-the Week Public Works
development on gineer employed in the NAS In- Game night

the Bureau of Yards and Docks dustrial Relations department, reported Friday, August 7-Cafe Italiano,
authorized funds for the employment
At NATTCenter has for duty this week, replacing 4 y spaghetti dinner for 35c, followedby
of four additional
Robert F. Taylor who recently a dance.Saturday.
clerks and 10 ungraded em-
(This (s the fifteenth and lout resigned the position. August 8 Open
ployees. Cliff formerly was director of 4 House and Library, quiet room,
in a aeries of Petty-O/Hcer-of- .
safety at the Alabama Ordnance TV, table games. Dance in the

the-Week articles at the Naval Advancement Exams Works, Sylacauga, Ala. lIe is a evening.

Air Technical TraIning Center.) graduate of Northwestern Univer- Sunday, August 9-Dunking

Despite the intense rating stu Passed By 34 Here sity where he received his degree Round Table, free coffee and do-

dies enabling him to go from seaman Slightly more than half of the In Industrial and mechanical en .{: qM'1g nuts.Monday

recruit to yeoman second Naval personnel taking the tests gineering.As August 10-Ping Pong

for advancement here last monthto safety superintendent for instruction by Mr. Puskas. '
class in less than three years Fred
/ 11 Home
Tuesday, August -
pay grade E-3 were successful.The the station he is responsible for L i
Swartz of Officers Records still in and the Industrial I Night
highest percentage was advising assisting .
found he had extra time on his the airmen apprentice group where Relations officer in the administration Wednesday, August 12-Radio

hands. 56% of the applicants were advanced of an effective acci- JUST LIKE HOME-Modem Broadcast from USO with Charles

To fill the void Fred took and Largest of the four groups dent prevention program.He shower and bath facilities are Harris over Radio Station WJIIP.
available to guests at the USO 4 I
the'seaman also will render safety engineering
the ,
exams was
completed USAFI. courses in blueprint taking at no cost. Lockers, pressing. Service Life Still Tops
apprentice unit with 41 being eligible i guidance to all levels of equipment, shaving gear and -

reading and mathematicsand for advancement and 20 pass- military and civilian supervisory .towels are also supplied on request After 28 Years Duty

pitched softball for Pjer- personnel concerned with accident Here "Pete" Peters, SN,
out to Illustrate "A military career has a much
ing.In of VP-18, takes time -
sonnel in theNATTCen all, there were 63 recommen- prevention problems and control this "Home away from brighter future now, than In the

\ dations. and'34 promotions, techniques. Home" comfort. past," according to a 28-year Mar-

ter intramural ine veteran who shipped over for

I I play. |lEx-Screen Pilot Finds Naval Aviation 'For Rear last four week.more years of service here .

The lanky
Sergeant Major Samuel O. Soper
"I've been an Air Force pilot In
petty officer I "Stalag 17," "Greatest Show on made the remark when he was
\ two movies and a :Marine pilot in
Joined the Navy Earth," "Pleasure Island," and shipped over by Lt. Col. CharlesM.
t in October 1950 another, but now I'm in Naval
"Houdinl. Kunz commanding officer of
e. from his home Aviation 'for real, pointed out M
I' ;y Peter Baldwin in Aviation Those who. remember the film, the Marine Air Detachment, here.
in Walled Lake, Ensign
Swartz Mich., and took Ground Officers School at the "Stalag 17", may recall him as Since his original enlistment in
Air Technical Training one of the escapees shot by the July 1924 as a raw recruit Soper
his recruit training at Great
Center. enemy in the opening ace,es. lIe has seen action in many of the

Lakes. took the part of a downed Air world's hot spots, Including three
S wart z is a plank owner atNATTCenter Ensign Baldwin, under contractto Force pilot captured by the Ger- trips to China.
Paramount Studios, is a 1952 .
arrived In .
mans. In "Pleasure Island" he wasa
January 1951. lIe made yeoman graduate of Stanford Universityat Marine pilot Weather Report _
Palo Alto, Calif., but alreadyhas
1952 and
third in
April five motion pictures behind A native of Winnetka, Ill., En- Friday Afternoon thunder

class a year later. sign Baldwin entered the Navy in showers, southerly winds, maxi-
In civilian life he worked witha him.
recent "Little Boy March, 1953. lie took Officers mum temperature in mid 90's.
His most ,
tool and die firm. 5 Candidate Training at Newport, Saturday and Sunday-Part
His expert leadership has done Lost", with Bing Crosby, was completed
much towards making AGO schoolone Just before he Joined the R. I., and came to Aviation Ground ly cloudy skies, light southeasterly -

'of the best schools In the Navy and will be released here Officers School last month, specializing winds, maximum temperature

Navy, the only one of its ]t nd. soon. He has appeared in parts for Ensign Baldwin In Air Intelligence in high 90'-




Page Six JAX AIR NEWS 6 August 1953

Rods andNimrods Strong Support Rendered

New Head Football Coach

The long awaited administrative confirmation that would pave the way for Lt. (jgj;))

(This It the first In a series of fishing iillrlri dealing with the How, When Dick :Maylander to assume the head coaching position of the 1953 Jax Navy football varsity
anel Where ol angling In waters adjacent lo the Naval Air Station.) was received early this week.
Fishing, as well aa any other I
Is believed to
by biologists
sport, has its adherents to certain many Lcdr. Richard V. Donahue, "Coach Maylander's: enlhusl-
beat sub-species of the Northern
Goetz Paces
styles and types and this series Is Bass His coloring is slightly different NAS Special Services Officer, asm for his work is manifestedby

planned only as a guide to one and he attains a greatersize. I told the Air News Tuesday, "It' the boys attentiveness 'to(

way of fishing. Up north, a five or sixpounder Big Field In is particularly pleasing to Jax play ball, added the SS department .

Bass fishing is one of the most might easily make news, but
Navy to have a young vigorous head.Maylander.
popular, but many of the methods down here it hardly rates a raised Blind BogeyBob
Fleet officer to coach our team From New Jersey
employed to take bass will applyto eyebrow.It .
I Ensigns Roy Smalley and Jim
other of the so-called gamspecies. is always a good Idea to open Goetz stole the allow in this season.
Wagner of NATTCenter AGO
up a freshly caught fish and see Saturday's Blind Bogey tourneyat School have already been namedto
he has in his stomach. In
the NAS golf course as he shota fill assistant coaching berths.
A game fish is one that will bass find mice II
we may worms, I
there is still
71, one-under regulation figures, However, one vacancy
strike moving bait including arti- curstace minnows and
even baby
I which is to be
facials such as plugs, spoons, feathers wild ducks. to match the winning number and I
I filled next week.
and the like. A knowledge of what your: carry away low grass honors. He : M .A+
The 24-year-old Hoboken,
It is always a good idea to "game" eats leads to the next step, combined a 34-37 for his winning
New Jerseyite graduated from
'know your enemy" and knowinghim or bait or something that suggests I round. I
the University of West Virginiain
know his weaknesseswhathe it to the fish in such a man- s
Goetz remained hot after his 1949 with a B.S. degree .in
eats, when he eats and wherehe ner he will be disarmed into striking -
eats. what he thinks is a tempting fine showing Seattle, Wash, recently -: marketing and merchandising. lie
lettered three years as an end
morsel of food. with Jacksonville's champion -
with the Mountaineer eleven.
The Florida Largemouth' Bass (Next week; Tackle). National Public Links team, +4
winners of the Harding Cup. Shortly after college graduation

.... Maylander enlisted in the
/ Second honors went to
; / place
,. /. Navy and received boot train
.. :or. Francis Flynn (86-12)( ) with a 74.
ing at Newport, R. I. He later
High Score A Winner entered OCS and was commissioned -

More proof that a high score an Ensign in 1952.
T. II Vj I doesn't keep one from doing well
Lt. Dick MalanderSRRra Optimism Prevails
In the Blind (]Jc)
Bogey was broughtto
Beset with mannerisms of an
light as Robert Klingenmeier experienced coach, although this:

((128-48-80) copped third place. marks his initial attempt as a

I1fltit In Wednesday's Pro-Amateur [ head mentor Maylander goes
event a winning 33 'was garneredby about his tasks on the practice

the team of Bill Diederich, Ray field with 'the confidence of an

Bellamy, Tom Henderson and Ed : erudite college professor.
1I I
Spahr. The winners picked up four I The pro football Washington Maylander was anything but

Ijfi With--JGbn M. Chartal' birdies along the way, Redskins marching band has special apprehensive in an interview

There was no intended neglect on the part of this department Pro-Am Champs I musical arrangements of over with the Air News after the official

last week when it wrote that Erwin Scott, the station's Inspired by an eagle three on the I 200( songs Each arrangement is "okay" was received lOt-

leading shotmaker and recently crowned 6ND Golf ChampIon tough first hole the team of Bob carefully planned for 90 seconds the coaching assignment. "As a

was attached to Jax Navy. Wallace Russ Ruscetta, Ed Fish whole, the boys are optimistic at
to fit into time out periods.Yankee .
Lt. (jg) J. P. :Mumaw, Public Information Officer at and Bill Norwood went on id grab this early stage of practice," he

Green Cove Springs, brought our attention to this matter by the second spot with a 34.Following Gene Woodhng has a said, "and for that matter so amI.

reminding that Scott is on TAD orders here from Sub Group with a 35, was the .

One, Florida Group, Atlantic Reserve Fleet. foursome composed of Lou Chaff, strong claim on the icecreameating Likes Team Spirit

Through force of habit we refer to Scott as "Jax Bill Shoalts, Billy Gilbert and Al championship of the major "We've got a hustling group of

Navy's." NAS is proud of his achievements, but in no way Hunt. leagues. He can demolish a quart men now with the spirit, drive

intends to slight his "home office." Fourth place went to Jack Harvey after a game quicker than most and know-how to play a winning

Charley Bartens, Robert Bur- players can take a shower. Allie season. In addition," the pleased

It was a pleasure to entertain three fine sportsmen of styn and Captain Norman Hel- Reynolds and Eddie Lopat are his pigskin tutor commented, "we

the Florida Times-Union staff at the sun-soaked NAS golf) frich who combined for a best- closest competitors on the world have had terrific backing from-

course last weeK. ball of 36.NATTCenter. c:.amps. all commands on the station.

Frank Matey, who pens a Sunday edition links column, Can't see how we can miss with

Ray Crawford and Ray "Clutch" Charleston had nothing but SS Larry Kilhck, a former Dart that kind of support."

high praise for Professional Jack Harvey's plant as we mouth and University of Vermont Schedule arrangements have

breezed around, along with Jax Air News Editor Andy Offices MovedShifting athlete, invented what he describes not been completed, and at this:

I'laney, in a five and one-half hour marathon.The as "Little Kid Basket- date the Fliers have only five

TU'ers, who should know, agreed that Jax Navy has of the NATTCenter ball."lie designed a basket and games filled. Officials are dickering -

the best test of golf within a 100 mile radius of Jacksonville, Special Services Command off backboard which fit over the regulation with the possibility of play

which takes in Hyde Park and Ponte Vedra. Incidentally, ices was completed this week equipment. The Little Kid ing the University of Tampaand

Matey carded an 89 for medalist honors. from the Auditorium Buildingto hoop is adjustable; it grows with the Fort Benning soldiers.

Building 614 In the Indoor the boy. With his peewee basket, Maylander assumes the head

NATTCenter SIO officer Lt.jg) Dick Harris was Swimming Pool. inventor Klllick has started a coaching chores from Lt. Dave

nudged 3 and 2 by John Walters of the Florida Times- Offices of the Red Cross In movement he hopes will grow up Barksdale, who last year guided

Union for the second flight championship of the Jacksonville Building 614 have been movedto to the size c Little League Baseball Jax Navy to a won three, lost

Press and Radio Golf Tournament in a match at the Auditorium Building 563. now a national institution. five, tied one record. Maylander;

Brentwood. Saturday. in addition to the grid assign.
Winners'in all flights, championship and consolation ;" t 'C.w ment, will -continue as Supply

brackets, will be crowned by Sunday, Brentwood Pro Roland Officer for VC-62.
Hurley reports.
lie Lucill
Scores Again
Pete Salvus, NATTCenter SIO's gregarious "young"man ,

who annotates so capably for this department, tells: But, Fliers StumbleIn

an interesting story on Roy, Parr, chief in charge of the xi

, NATTCenter Fish Shack. / Swiming Meet

Seems Chief Parr is waging a private feud with "Old
A pair of
George," a 14-pound bass who haunts the barge around : swimming meets are
in the offing for the Jax
Pope Inlet in the St. Johns River. learn
aqua Coach Paul Zanfar-
He's been after the elusive big fellow for many weeks dino
and finally landed him while on leave last week. "His mouth locals Saturday, the
at West
was like a piece of lacework," Parr said, "he had been Beach while next week
they en-
hooked times. *
so many ter the Men's .
However, the big bass wasn't ready for the frying pan, at Lackawanna City Championships

and Parr, after showing him off, returned him to the St. ,bra va Pool.
Johns. 'I'll try and get him again," Parr said hopefully. Ed Lucitt led the Fliers in the
Palmetto Championships at Co-
'lie's worth fishing for.
lie lie lie SAn ( lumbia S. C., last week with a

old friend dropped us a line from his new duty second place finish in diving. He

station aboard the USS Randolph. It was Bill Shuckers was only four points off the

who patroled'the right field garden for Jax Navy in 1952 pace set by the winner.
FLYING FLIERS Doing "take-off" the heads of three
and was around until late May this year. crouching linemen is this trio of backs who are expected to help Britta Reinhardt NATTCenter -
The big guy sends his best to all his friends here and.Was Jax Navy field a gridiron powerhouse this fall. The athletes Wave, annexed a third place

anxious to find out if Coach Frank McCaffrey was still mid-air are,'leU to right, Jack Gillam, Lewis Springer and Jack in Women's diving. Jax: Navy-
striking 'em out from the third base coaching box. "Always Bishop. Forming the line are, John Tulloh, Raymond Brown finished eighth in a field of ten.
and William Boroff. Daily practice sessions behind held
wish I had been a righthander," quipped Bill, who regarded the turf adjacent to varsity field and all personnel are are invited on U far off the showing made in pre

very highly his playing days in Jax livery. attend. vious meets.F' .


6 August 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven .

Local Experts AirLant DiamondTournamentNext

,. s., .,

Enter Pistol

World SeriesA For Fasron 109 .

pair of local pistol experts,
Diminutive Earl 1 Shaler
with at least one National meet
stole the in last
under their sights, will represent spotlight
d week's ComFair Jax Baseball
Jax Navy in the National Pistol
Championships at Camp Perry, Tournament as he pitched

Jax Marines Set i Ohio, Aug. 2025. Fasron best-of-three 109 to a pair of winsin with
a playoff
I The National the World Series
of the country's marksmen and the USS Monterey.
For Three-Sport
The little curve-bailer threw a
gunning for laurels from Jax Navy
four hitter at the Monterey nineto
will be Bob Stringer and Ben A
Varsity ScheduleThe cop the second game of a
Preston, both attached to NATT-
Center. twinner, Wednesday, 1-0. Fasron

"Jax Marines"" a new varsity N Stringer's Fourth AppearanceIt k 109 lost the opener, 7-0.
Win Finale, 1.(
team for Leathernecks sta. will mark the fourth appear-

tioned here, will make its initial ance in the Nationals for Stringer, Fasron 109 assumed a 10 advantage

appearance on the NAS sports who, representing NATTCenter in in the initial chapter of

scene with the beginning of the 1946 won the ,45 caliber rapid fire -- -. the blue chip tilt, Thursday, but
ANOTHER, YET-Accepting lagged behind in the third when
basketball season ,it was revealed event He competed for Pensacola
4 the ComFair .lax Baseball Tro-
this week by Capt. Lavern J, f Navy in 1947. phy from Capt. Howard V. the enemy blew up a three run

Oltmer, MAD Special Services In 1952, when the Nationalswere Hopkins, Chief of Staff to storm.
Jacksonville Shaler took over the hill chorea
Officer. held at Jacksonville, Stringer Commander, Fleet Air
for Fasron 109 is in the third and goose-egged the
Marines I from NATTCenterMAD entered for (the third time. Pres- plajer-roach Hoagie Carmi-
Pensacola based visitors until the
the Marine Barracks i ton made his initial appearancelast chael. The 109'ers won the
Mainside and the Marine Air De- year title last week in a playoff bottom of the ninth when they
: I with the USS Montery. Fas pushed across a singleton.A .
tachment at NARTU will comprise \MII DemonstratePrior
109 is also the 53 Corn-
four seventh
Leatherneck varsities in ...... --,', ,....- .'. ,- to the Camp Perry event, Fair Jax softball champion run inning paved
baseball softball the way to a 7-( victory for Fas
basketball, and Stringer will give an exhibition
WILLING TO LEA R NIne'earold shoot at the Indianapolis Police ron 109. Singles by Bill Madden,
Under the new split from a
Steve Stringer Gene Clifford, Linwood Gray and
combined .Jar Navy varsity of is a willing listener as his father Department Range.
all commands on the station Bob Stringer, explains Ills brother, Eugene, is a memberof 1 i 1 1I Hoagie Carmichael and a leadoff
= triple by Ralph Bennett powered
into Navy and Marine aggregations the functions of a .45 caliber the Indianapolis Police Force i
automatic pistol. The elder the locals in the go-ahead canto.
in the three aforemen- Stringer will represent Jax and invited him to attend. Stringer Qualify for AirLantBy
tioned sports, separate entries Nary in the National Pistol enlisted In the Navy at Indiana-
( Armed Form PriM StrvU) i winning here, Fasron 109
Mill be fielded for interservice Championships. polis years ago.
qUESTIONS I qualified for the Com Air Lant
i and all-service tourna
1. Whkh of the following boxers tourney slated this week in Nor-

ments. Memphis Snuffs Fliers'District is not in the heavyweightranks I folk between the top teams of
At the completion of the
? Roland LaStarza, Rex ComFair Jax, ComFair Norfolk .
ular Jax Navy varsity schedulein Layne or Harry Matthews. and ComFair Quonset Point, R. I.Faston .
boxing and track, the teams ,
109 also victoriousin
2. What two tennis stars led was
will be split for the service Diamond HopesExperienced in ComFair Jax Softball Tournament .-
Australia to the 1932 Cup
tournaments as prescribed by the championships ? July 23-25, and will leave

new joint agreement.A minor league pitching and a strong desire I 3. Who was the youngest player for the ComAir Lant eliminations

24-game basketball schedule to defend a title won last year were the keynotes of I) nsa- ever to appear in a major in Quonset Point, the second week

has already been drawn for* cola's sweeping victory in the 1953: Sixth Naval District league box score? of August, upon completion of the

the .lax Marines with the Baseball Tournament, completed last week at Pensacola.The 4. In what cities- are the8epot.t. Norfolk tournament.

opener slated l Nov 27-28 host Goslings staved off a events held? The Kentucky
against the Marine Corps Sup- top of the ninth, but cut loose
bid by Navy Memphis to win the Derby, Memorial I Day 500- Don't Drive First On
ply Depot and Turner Air with a four flurry with five
finale, 4.3, after bumping the mile speedway race and the East-
Force Base at Albany, Ga. Hellcats, 4-1, in a quarterfinal singles and a double which had West Shrine football game. Second Best Score

Cpl. Tom with the Jax clash. Jax Navy finished third Funk reeling. Centerfielder
Long, 5. Who holds the American Second in a series of weekly
Navy junior varsity last season, with Key West an also-ran Woloszyn had a homer and two League record for the most stolen golf etiquette rules, printed in

and Tech Set.: C, C. Dawson will fourth. singles to pace Jax Navy at the bases in a season? conjunction with the rapidly

coach the Marine cage entry. Tournament Scores plate. ANSWERS=, ; I expanding NAS links program,
I Scoring in all but three innings
Other games scheduled include First Round the Fliers lathered Key 1. Harry Matthew, who ,U alight concerns the formality of honor
Parris Island (home and home), Memphis 13, Jax Navy 8. heavyweight I. ing the low hooter at the tee.
West 19-2 with southpaw Jim
Orlando AFB, Pinecastle and Pensacola 20, Key West 0. ,
Easter limiting the foe to three Frank $ lgrmim and Ken Mc Ill'I.K 'TWO
Moody Air Force Bases, Pens Second Round
Gregor. The who has U knrthoild
hits for his 13th victory of the phrSer *
cola and Glencoe Naval Air Jax Navy 19, Key West 2. 3. Joe Nuxhall wit IS old W ll.wrd U ploy bffor
connected years
season. Dick Knoblauch his pp..r.' or 'tll.tUtorttt. !
Stations,' as well as the University Pensacola 4, Memphis 1. safely in three of six trips when hr tint pitched fur the On- bi.. ball.Aquatic .

of Florida freshman and Semi-Finals while Woloszyn chased in four I innati Red, June 10, 1944.

Chipola Jr. College Memphis 5, Jax Navy 3. runs. I 4. The Kentucky Derby i I" held Shows Set

Home games will be played in Finals Memphis i ousted the Fliers at Lexington, Ky., the Memorial

the NATTCenter Auditorium Pensacola 4, Memphis 3. from the tourney with a shakey Day 500-mile race at Indianapolis, Monday Tuesday

Jax Navy will continue its sched- Jax Navy's 1953 diamond sea- 5-3 victory, Friday. Clarence Ei- Ind., and the Kast-Weftt footbalL ,

ule here in the Mainside gym. son is rapidly drawing to a closeas I lertson, who was in Jax Navy clash at San Francisco, Calif. Aquatic artistry is on tap forth

4 > the Fliers have only nine re- livery through the early stages & The great Ty Cobb established Naval Air Station next Mon

Baseball fans who love double maining "City League games to of the season, started on the the A. L seasonal stolen base high day and Tuesday with two internationally

headers, which give at least five be played before the storebooks mound for the Fliers and was I when he swiped 96 bases in 1915 famous teams per
hours of baseball didn't get their forming separate evenings in
are clamped shut. charged with the loss. I with the Detroit Tiger
time's worth on Sept. 26, 1926. Busy League Schedule the NATTCenter Indoor Pool.

That afternoon the Yankees and at Woodstock "' : : There will be no charge to per-
This evening : : :' : : ;. ;
': { .. > : : :
Browns two in two : : .. .. :.. : > : sonnel here for either event and
played games the Fliers encounter McDuff '4" ',,.''''f.l '',, .. .. '. : ,, ..: .:. ..
: .. .
hours, seven minutes. I Hardware with a return engage- < //g :: ;.. (; : ';..U.i";:.<\::-'A'","<;"''.}: .. ..:!?.t. '. atendance is invited by all hands.
ment slated Saturday. League Monday night the 'A the n s +

RELEASE NAS GOLF I leading Hardage & Sons renews x- + Swim Club of Oakland, Calif.,
e with its of ballet and
hostilities with Jax Navy., Fri. bevy synchronized
TOURNEY CALENDARLate day swimmers, will pre

summer and early fall A Sunday afternoon double sent a colorful program.

calendar of golfing events for bill against the docile Post Nine The Peterborough Club of Ontario -

the Naval Air Station course Colonels is on tap. Game lime Canada, including the famous -

was released this week, listing for the opener is 1330. "Jumping Jacks", will per-

five tournaments to extend Champions of the first half form Tuesday night.

through Oct. 13. City League, the Fliers must fin f --S..
Princeton University's great
in order to overtake
Included are: ish strong
The I4 MM football coach, Charley Caldwell,
((1)) Junior Tournament. 12- rapidly improving Hardage. '
7y once tried to make the Yankee
leaders have not }
18 old and 11 and
years years pitching staff. During batting
defeated in their last nine starts
under. Aug. 24. and own a two and one-half practice he hit first baseman Wal- .

((2)) Junior-Senior Tourna- bulge over Sax Navy. ly Pipp on the head with a pitched

ment. Selected drives, alternate game Oppose Ex-Flier ball. When Pipp complained of a

shots. Sept. 12. Ex-Jax Navy righthander Er- headache before the game, Lou

((3)) Mixed Two-Bal. Selected nie Funk was the winning pitcher Gehrig replaced him, and Gehrig

drives, alternate shots. Sept. as Navy Memphis powderedthe ;. I went on to play 2,130 consecutive.

1821. Jax Navy nine, 13-8, in the r'' games.
(4)) 'Men's Fall Cup. Handicap 'ING I a e
lid-lifter of the Sixth Naval Dis- LITTLE3 JACKSJPRESENT
One match per week. Oct. trict Tournament. John Rubln- ] Frank Crosettl, Yankee third

9. owski struggled through the base coach, always wore a wad <>t
((5)) Ladies Fall Cup. Handi and tagged with SWIM SHOW-These "Jumping Jacks" from the chewing gulf on the button of his
f' cap. One match per week. Oct. : early stages was I Peterborough Swim Club of Ontario, Canada will present a synchronised during his playing days Mra.k
the defeat. swimming show at the NATTCenter Indoor Pool, Tuesday cap
13. The Fliers lagged 13-4 into the night, Aug, 11. i <- Yankee shoitatop.I .' ,



rage Eight JAX AIR NEWS 6 August 1953

q For Rated Men Only

rmmm 1

(Items offering for sale articlesof AO 8'> Curric ulum Includes

property such as washing machines -

automobiles, furniture, radios, 4 3's New
Y q xw i Ordnanc Techniques
clothing and the like are prohibitedby 9 : e

Defense Department regula
(This f.s the second in a aer ic. of three article foaling with
tions. This column will, however,
Ordnance Schools at the Naval A ir Technical Training Center.)
list such services as available

housing, rides wanted and lost and Where Ordnance "A" School :for non-rated men ends, Ordnance

found articles or other similar "B" School takes over at NATTG nter.

notices.) The "B" School Is for rated men

FOR RENT only, mostly In the upper levelsof and physics, the course is aca
demic. Other phases include electricity -
aviation ordnance offi
Furn 3 rm apt, ph. 7-4788 or
fire control, aircraft turrets
7-8223, Mrs. Dodd. cers. Students come from the
fleet, squadrons and shore stations ammunition, gunnery, main
Furn 3 rm apt, $25 mo, ph. 112.8
to enroll in the intense 25: tenance and repair, and operation
3524, Mrs. Jenkens.
week course. problems and practices.
Unfurn 3 rm apt, 1447 Ingleside,
Every four weeks a class of of the students are second

ph. 4-7767, Mr. Carlyon. Y new students, Averaging about 12 class or above, but in rare Instances *

Furn 3 rm apt, 2148 Rosselle, Mrs. a class, enrolls at the school. The third class petty officers

Emery. eight phases of instruction are the attend. Often times an ordnance

Will share furn home, 2854 Corin- same as ,in "A" School but the man is frozen to a particular job

thian, ph. 8.4235, Mrs. Miller. .. __ ______ __ courses are intensified and more aboard ship or with a squadronand

Furn 3 rm apt, 4718 Ramona St, CLASS LEADER-Upon graduation from the Advanced Avia- thorough. his practical knowledge be-

ph. 2-7323, Mrs. Doonan. tion Odnance School at NATTCenter, Harry Edwards, A01, comes limited to one or a few
Furn rm, 3338 Randall, ph. 88-9223 (right) received a commendation as "outstanding class leader for First Phase Is AcademicIn particular fields.
1953," from Lt. E. II. Rouen, officer-in-charge of the school. The the first phase, mathematics
Mrs. Hertzman. However the time he
citation read in part: "YoU- class completed this course with one com-
4 sleeping rms, day or wk, 2601 of the highest grades ever made in training. This fine record: reflects pletes the "B" course, he is refreshed -
Park, ph 8-2770, Mrs. Houston. the constant attention to detail untiring efforts and excel- Charity CarnivalContinued in all phases of aviation

Furn apt, 2312 College, ph. 7-6249, lent leadership on your part as Class Leader." ordnance, whether it deals with
( from Page 1))
Mrs. Clark. Votes throughout the year among local patrol or "tallhook" squadrons.
2 rm apt, extra bdrm avail, 2580 Civilian Employees To charitable organizations selected I Increases Confidence

College, Mrs. Avera. ( Such refurbishing of his knowl
on recommendations made by a
Will share home, ph. 2-3409 after For Shop Committees Directors board composed of senior officers edge increases the petty officer's
5 p.m., Mrs. Hutchins. confidence and he is well informedon
representing all naval commands
Widow will share home, 808 Mel- Civilian employees will hold a the problems of supply and
for the committee represents which participated in the Carnival.
son, ph. 2-8908, Mrs. Poore. administration.The .
station-wide election tomorrow to their shop.In The board was appointed on re-
Furn 4 avail 15 to classes the
rm apt, Sept qualify petty
replace four members on the Boardof order for the election to be quest of Capt. McCaffree in order
28 Feb, 1954, 4233 San Juan, officer for his job up to and Including -
Directors of the Employees As- valid at least 50 percent of the that all commands might have a
ph. ext. 643, Ltjg( ) Bingham. line maintenance, either
sod tlon, and to elect fourteennew employees in each group at workon voice in the final disposition of
Furn 3 rms, ph. 8-1760, Mrs. Bal- aboard ship or ashore.Suggestions.
lentlne. Station Shop Committees. election day must vote. the charity- fund. As -president of .
S the Carnival, Capt. McCaffree re-
.. Furn 3 rrn apt, 925 Rosselle, ph. Official secret ballots will be
ceives the board's recommendations Net
8-2655, Mrs. Rhodes. available in all departments, and All employees are members of

Woman to share apt with another, will contain the names of nominees the Employee Association by vir and announces the selected

and sufficient space for write tue ,of their employment at NAS beneficiaries 27
2977 Olga Place, ph. ext. 506, .' Employees
Anderson. In of candidates should employees Jax, and are entitled to vote for
the Board Of Directors. Membership The Navy Carnival for Charityis
Furn 3 rm apt, 519 E. Adams, ph. desire to vote for persons other
5-8079, Mr. Lindquist. than those listed. on the Board Is for two years, one of the most successful enter Award Checks _
of its kind launchedin
and tomorrow four new officials prises ever
Furn 2 rm apt, 2056 Dellwood,Mrs. Voting will be so arranged that
will be elected to fill expired I this section of the State. It encompasses Twenty-seven employees of the
Logging. all employees will be afforded an
terms, one each. from 0 & R, Pub- the talent and skills of Overhaul and Repair departmentwere
Will share 5 rm home, 3047 College opportunity to cast ballots regardless -
lic Works, Supply-Fiscal and the hundreds of civilian employees and rewarded for ingenuity In
2-3552 Miss of work shift. The balloting
ph. Cason.
Miscellaneous military personnel throughout the developing arid perfecting money-
group. .
wit be officials -
properly supervised by
entire Jacksonville Naval establishment saving operational Improvementswhen
who have been nominated in The Employees Association is a
,3 bdrm house, $5800, ph. ext. 458 I awards totaling more than
only The
each department to conduct the service organization
or 8-6548, Mr. Caton. Participating commands included $1,200 were presented to them by
election within their respective Board of Directors meets monthlyto
2 bdrm house, $1,000 cash, $47 properly distribute funds gainedby Fleet Air Jacksonville; the Capt. Leonidas D. Coates, Jr.,

mo., ph. 98-4918, Mr. Grlffls.' groups. civilian concessions Naval Air Station proper; the O & R officer, in accordance with
operated ,
3 bdrm house, 1411 Jersey St, ph. such as the cafeteria and vending Naval Air Technical Training Cen- the Navy's beneficial suggestion

2-6878, Mr. Kayser.. Seven Shop Committees will be machines. These funds are made ter; NAS Cecil Field; Naval Air program.The .

3 bdrm house, Lakeshore, 4729 elected from the Overhaul and Re- available to employees for social Reserve Training Center; Fleet highest award went to WilLiam -

Cambridge Rd, ph. 2-7595, Mr. pair department, four from Pubic and recreational activities. Thereare Air Wing 11; the Naval Hospital; II. Goyette, who received
Willard.GI Works, two at Supply and and Marine Aviation Detachment $275. He has also been recommended
dues, assessments or fees
Equity $955 in Lakeshore Fiscal, and a final committee to levied against the membership of NATTCenter. for a further award from the

house, 5327 Baycrest, ph. ext. represent all the other departments this Beneficiaries of last year's Char- .Navy department in Washington,

759 or 2.3750, Mrs. Boyette. located here. group.--S., ity Fund were the Navy Relief which has approved his sugges-

28 ft. house trailer, 1952, Lot 113 All non-supervisory employees, Society; the Jacksonville Community .1 tion for general adoption.A .
Azalea Trailer Pk, Mr. Skid- below GS-9, and leadlngmen, who Chest; and Duval County machinist In the precision

more. report for work on or before thedate The EM Club at NATTCenter Chapters of the National Heart I grinding shop, Goyette observedthat

MISCELLANEOUS of election are entitled to. has Bingo every Monday night at Association; the National Societyfor propellers were being replaced

Driving to Columbus, Georgia-and vote for shop committeemen. Employees 2000. Cash prizes and Jackpot are Crippled Children and Adults; I with new ones when the pinion
however will vote offered. and the National Cancer
Birmingham, Ala., Thursday, only Society. race mating surfaces on the web

....... of the propeller shafts became
.August 6, at 6:00: p.m., ph. ext. r:: \," '>" '
395, Mr. Calvert. ,.: worn or scored. By devising a way
Driving to Calif.,. n or about August = 'A:1:: of refinishing the damaged sur-
15 1" .. faces by using a bevel-faced grinding
ph. ext. 729, Eddie Leu- "
kanech. ", '; wheel Instead of the usual

Driving to San Diego, Calif., Sat 'I' \ square-faced one, an estimated

urday, August 8, ph. 7-5965 priorto M. $40,000 was saved the station in

8:00: p.m. Friday, Mr. Jones. : '? the first year it was in effect.

Driving to Detroit, Michigan, and ] The second highest award of

Canada, August 17, ph. ext. 216 t $135, went to Marcus Sammons.
8184 Ed Henderson. J Lesser awards
or .y: were received by

Riders wanted from Springfield, Louis Baker, Jr., George C. Ben

4th and Main by Beaver and Mc- nett, Wallace R. Brooks, David

Duff, ph. Shop 3280 0 & R, Mr. I -I WT 1 Butler, Abel E. Cleveland, Willie

Omwake. B. Collins, Robt. P; Steavens,

Riders wanted from Murray Hill, Wm. L. Courson, Fred O. Fulton,

0730 to 1600, ph. 2-6151 after ,1 'Elda M. Fitzhugh, and Robert C. ...

6:00: p.m., Mrs. Stephens. Goodwin. '
Ride wanted from McDuff'and : John E. Graves, Iterbert Pad- \

Rhomas St, 0700 to 1530, ph. : : .j:1>1 1MERIT gett, Berry V. Greer, Robert L.

2-9794 after 4:00: p.m., or see .ic :: Grim, David Jones, Charles F.

Griffith, Shop 34142, Hangar Jungemann, Charles E. Lankford,

122. 4. 4 Fi Jesse A. Marable, Clarence H.

Lost: Red Wallet in vicinity of McCall Clarence E. Miller, RobertR.

NATTC Library and Nursery, : ( 'ky Stark, John E. Wilkie, GeraldM. -

ph. 112-8-2223, Mrs. McCready. Wolfe, and Adolph Wollitz were

Baby sitting evenings or weekends, also presented1award checks. t

. ph. 7-4788 or 7-8223, Mrs. Dodd. AWARDS-Top 0 & R beneficial suggestion award winners receive checks of $50 and At the same time two awardsof

Baby sitting, 2031 Herschel! ph up from Capt. Leonidas D. Coates, Jr., 0 & R officer. Twenty others won lesser awards in the $25 and $10 were presented to
T-5901, Mrs. Bowen. Navy's suggestion program which every year saves thousands of dollars as improved methods are John B. Hoffman, Supply Depart
tried out and adopted. Front row, left to right are John E. Graves, William II. Goyette, Wallace R.
Baby sitting, day or evening, 1775 Brooks, and Robert P. Steavens. Bark row, left to right: Capt. Coates, MarcusN. Sammons, Willie ment employee, by Capt. Norman
Hamilton, ph. 8.4956, Mrs. Addle. B. Collins, Berry V. Greer, Charles E. Lankford a nd Robert L. Grim. A. Helfrich, Supply officer."