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 13, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Look Ahead. Of The Car Ahead--Be Alert At The Wheel i

J1IX tIfs .



Home of Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air Technical Training; Center. J J3DDay

First Boost October 1Tenants f
Limit Set

,On Unused LeaveOf Get

CS EmployeesCivil I
ir w41.
Service i employeeswill
not have to forfeit 1952 Rent Boost

leave not taken prior to June v* 1 '

30, 1953. j
The Thomas Leave Rider i Some 16,000 Navy enlisted personnel who live in rental

which required employees to use ,, housing owned or .operated by the Navy will start paying

annual leave accrued during a higher.rent on October 1..

calendar year prior to June 30 -In order to soften the effect- oran
final increase will come ,
of the following year has been immediate hike, the increase
repealed. next April 1.
'% will be put into force in three .. S .
Employees who forfeited leaveon 2
June 30, because of the pro- ; S j increments. One third of the TilE AMOUNT OF the rentals

visions of the Rider, have had $ \ I boost takes effect October 1, an- will differ in the various areas,
such leave restored to their ';: other third next January 1, and
but will no longer be related to

credit. STUDENTS AT WORK w.L grade or amount of rental allow-
Other Changes Made ; The Navy College Aid Pro
The following other changes gram continues this year with ance. Rather, under the Bureauof

have been made to the Annual eight students at work here at 3a.1 Budget ruling the charges*for
NAS. William Early (right) in
and Sick Leave Act of 1951, top photo, chemist supervisorat L : all government rental housing'

which affect the leave rights of O&R, lends a word of advice administered by the
employees here. to Raymond Davis (left), Navy or any
University of Florida senior other federal agency shall be
From now on, employees may
and Roy Boland, University of
accumulate annual leave by Alabama senior. Davis and Bo- comparable to rates charged for

carrying over from year to year land are assigned to Materials i. 4 similar private housing in the
unused leave until it totals not and Process Control Division. -
particular area.
In bottom Photo Minas Sarris
to exceed thirty days at the be- (right) University, of Florida Officers and civilians at some
ginning of the first complete biweekly senior gets instructions from sfy
pay period in any year. Robert Rossini, production analyst installations already rent from

Leave to an employee's creditat department.at Overhaul and Repair the Navy at rates comparable to

the end of the last complete private rates, and_ the sailors

biweekly pay period in the year Carrier -- .* s > l At,. will just be moving into the i
1952 in excess of thirty days' Wasp same category.

=I shall used. remain to. his credit until Visits Mayport; .

HERE AT NAS JAX, enlisted
30 Day Limit Set Unloads UnitThe
personnel, and officers and
In other words, employees may

accumulate and carry over from fast attack carrier USS Study Navy Methods I'civilian employees, living in

year to year thirty days of an- Wasp returned to the Jackson- 'housing units operated by the

nual leave or the amount of annual ville area last Saturday after a Station will pay rents based on a

leave to their credit at the training cruise and debarked four Eight i t Students Work Here I recent survey made of similar

end of the last complete biweekly Fleet Air Jacksonville units at housing in the Duval County

pay period in the year 1952, area.
whichever is the greater. Mayport carrier turning basin. The general increase is expected

The changes to the Leave Act Operations for the locally based Under College Aid PlanFor to be from $12 a month for

also require reduction of leave units aboard the carrier were one-bedroom units to as muchas

accumulation to a maximum of completed prior to the ship's arrival the fifth consecutive year, the Naval Air Station $18 a month for three-bed.
Units debarked
thirty days by all employees for were further training has opened its doors to college students participating in the room units.

(Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 5)) here.Mayport Navy College Aid Program during the summer months. I There will be a flat three dol-

"* The program, which was first lar increase for all trailers. The
Capt. Patrick Henry Jr., is com the plan which has proved an ex-
VMF-144 cost of utilities and furniture
the in 1948
Ready authorized by Navy ,
manding officer of the 45,000-ton cellent source of engineering skill
,rental will remain stable, except
Wasp. He recently relieved Capt. has been particularly successful needed to meet the demands of
for electricity which has
For Two-Week Ralph S. Clarke. the Overhaul and Repair depart- research, development, test, ex- been increased one-half cent per

No open house for the publicwas ment where students majoring: in periment and aircraft overhaul kilowatt hour.

Annual ExercisesMarine scheduled. During the huge the various fields of engineeringand programs.
here the physical sciences have The single exception to the
previous ,
rent hike will be the Cumber.
Reserve Fighter Squadron more than 1,000 persons an hour seized the opportunity to study THIS YEAR, eight such students -
land Road recent.
VMF-144 is squaring away visited the Navy's floating land Navy methods and procedures. most of them veterans, are
taken the from
ly over by Navy
for the biggest summer maneuvers ing field. The Navy, too, has profited by enrolled in the plan here.
the Public Housing Authority in
since the outbreak of the Ko-
Three of the group are presently Jacksonville.In .
rean War, Lt. Col. Charles M. working the Industrial Man

Kunz, commanding officer of Marine agement office of 0 & R. For Rod making the announcementof
the increase, Capt. BurnhamC.
Air Detachment, announced ney O. Day, University of Florida
McCaffree NAS
S commanding
today. -
junior and industrial
an engin
officer said he did "with
.. VMF-144, one of the 30 Marine : eering major, working for the so
.Orders from Wash-
great regret"
Reserve fighter squadrons partic- Navy was not a new experience.Day .
ipating in the maneuvers, Is ington instigated the survey in
and Noman Cole, Jr., assigned
composed of civilians accord with the directive govern.
of the to Plant Engineering, were'thefirst
ing rentals for quarters furnished -
-North Florida area. The reserves freshmen used in the sum-

meet in NARTU Hangar 113 one mer program last year, proving Federal employees.. .
weekend each month. The Squadron the'value of training students that

is commanded by Major Ben can return a second and third
Griffin, of Jacksonville. Weekend Tide Table
rte' Cole is a University of Florida High Low
Squadron personnel leave Sat- junior also, and working toward A.M. P.M. AM. P.M.
urday morning for Marine Corps mechanical Sat. 11:29: 11:35: 4:57: 5:27:
a engineering degree.
Air Station, Cherry Point, N. C., aP. Ilia I Sun. 12:12: 'SiSS: 6:17:
where they will undertake two
FILLING OUT the Industrial
weeks of active duty in combat
Management roster are Thurman Weather
conditions.Men ReportFriday

in the Marine Air Reserve --- ...... ...- N. Palmer, Industrial Management Cloudy, occasional
senior from Georgia Tech,
Squadron come from all walks of LOADING-Marine Air Reservists Cpl. Jack Wilson (left), showers, temperature in high 80's.
life. Many of the members of the of St. Augustine and Sgt. Lester Norton, of lax, load "rockets"in another second year man in the Saturday and Sunday-Mostly
of Marine Air Reserve Fight student program, and Minas A
I preparation for annual maneuvers
squadron are veteran pilots and scattered cloudiness, southeast
er Squadron 144. The squadron Is scheduled to leave Saturday
(Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 5)) for Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, N. C. (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 3)) winds, temperature in low 90's.


Pctae Two JAX AIR NEWS 13 August 1953

Navy Loses 5 ShipsIn Browning Bynum Perry Dressel

Jo wiakMmtlis Korea ConflictA I

total of five U. S. Navy Garner Honor Student Roles

ships were sunk and 82 others
Published every Thursday tor Navy acllvIUei at Naval Air Station. Jaclr- were hit during the Korean ---
Kim Hie t'li Four NATTCenter students won I Two at Chincoteague, Va. I
War Four of the sunk
WAS Jitki.itilU ships .
("'-I pt. Burnham C. McCaffrre ...........................Commanding Officer honor men recognition In their respective Edmund J.
Cumdr. James 11. Armstrong ..........................I..E I ). Officer I were minesweeper graduating classes last r
Fleet Air J.rki..illl. Pledge, Partridge, Pirate and Perry, a Mas-
Hear Artm. Osborne B Hardlion .................................Commander week.
. Opt. Howard V. Hopkins ... ................. .................Chief of Staff Magpie-and one tug, the Sarsl. Dewey Browning:, of AviationOrdnance sauchetts lad,
Fleet Air \\ltg Eleven took the honorsat
Capt. Arthur S. Born ... .. Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton ..:::::::.:::::::::::.::::::.::.Chief: Staff CoJJuHa.l Officer! Avla -
Kital Air Technical TralaUc Center Eight Students School, finishedat tion
r(I pt. DM, 'Ut McCnmpbell ................... ................_...._..................Commanding Officer the of, I Storekeeper
ComdiN Richard s. Stuart ......... .............. ............Executive Officer top School. Per
I (Continued from Pace 1)) I
:Nanl HtiplUI his.class with aI whose markof
rapt Edward S. !Awe _......... ,____........CommandlnK Officer Sarrls ry
.u University of Florida
tapt. L. A. Newton ..... ....., ..., ..,- -.?-,- -..,-,-,.??,??., Kxecutlv Officer sen- mark of 85.38. I 78.65 was
ior and Industrial + r
NAIrTU an Engineering
dipt. Boston B. Noble ........... ........................Commanding Officer major. Browning, who Perry the highest In
Comdr. Anthony Truaso .....................................Executive Officer halls ,from Che- I his group has been assigned to
I The Statistics Division of the
The JAX AIR NEWS IK published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air !Station.Jacksonville. Planning Group filled in a summer Spa. cotah, 0 k 1 a"l Helicopter Squadron Two at Lake-
Hortda. and printed' commercially with non-appropriated! fund hurst, N. J.
et no \pene to the soxcrnment and In compliance with 1 NAVEXOS P35. Rev. vacancy with Charles F. Shepherd, has been ordered > ;
Nov 194!>. Copies ure distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station, the Browning CS.
Naval Air Technical Training CC'nterJ.Na'al Air Reserve Training Unit, Na\al University of Florida junior, who I. to Naval Air Station Alameda.
Air Station Cecil Field, and the U. Naval Hospital.
Editor-Andrew::I. 1L PlaneyAMliUnt has ably assisted in statistical Another Oklahoman, ,Herman 30 Day Limit

Editor-Helen Harper:: ; Sport Editor-John Charvat. AN; Slartnt'purtprlJod programs. -Bynum- led- the I Continued from
( Page 1))
; Henderson. ;; Mildred home SN; Gordon Hobble, SN; Three other students
Circulation-Distrlbulion.Marge Tusco. JO3; Vivian I I Knox, SA. were as- Aviation Electricians "within
The JAX AIR NEWS la a member ot the Armed Forces Press Senlce. signed to Aeronautical a reasonable period of
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe Engineering. School years." Further instructions concerning
written t permission of Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of other F. Davis '
Raymond University
matter t except by ncivlre publication. U prohibited without permission of class with a this are anticipated in

Editor: Editorial JAX AIR offices NEWS.located Building 930 (topside), Phone extensions 8184 of Florida senior and Chem 89.2. A nativeof the near future.

and 211.Your. istry major, and Ro Bolandy, Uni- Carter, By I Provisions Clear

Rights In Writing versity of Alabama senior and a num will go After August 31, 1953 no lump-
from sum for
Chemical here to payment annual leave
Engineering major, have
been doing chemical analysis, specIal Expert-- .. '" shall exceed compensation for
Many Benefits Offered To I research and metallurgical Investigations ment Squadron BynumA any period of leave in excess of

In the Materials and New Yorker again topped thirty days, or the number of

Process Division Airman School's graduating class. days carried over at the begin

He was Pfc. Fredric R. Dressel ning of the leave year in which
'I *
Servicemen In Relief
LESLIE W. MILLER, University from Batavia, who had a final entitlement to payment occurs,
average of 90.58 in the group of whichever is greater.
r> of Tennessee senior, is working =
(The servicemen has more protection and benefits them he realizes.'heae his second summer, in Aero- 134.A This means that if an employee

protections are ,included in the Soldiers and Sailors Civil Relief Engineering where he has compiled graduate of Batavia High carried over into the year 1953

Act of 1910. This& is a first in a series of articles pertaining to the technical data, and reviewing School Dressel enlisted in the 'an accumulation-of forty-five

Act. It would do well for all servicemen to acquaint themselves with and classification for the Marines in November 1952, and days, and has accrued an ad-

Ha provision& )) I, department. went through recruit training at ditional fifteen days up until the

Benefits unknown to the aver- Parris Island before reporting to time of his separation after August -
such service.
age oervlce man are Included In "What are we going to do this NATTCenter. 31, he can be paid only for

the Soldiers and Sailors Civil Relief The courts In each case will Inquire evening?" He is now on his way to Aviation forty-five days and will not have

Act of 1940. These Include into and ascertain whether "I/et's take a few drinks and Electronlcsmaji School, Mem the right of payment for the

payments of debts or other obligations or not the ability of such personto I find cut" phis, for advanced training. other fifteen days which he has

taxes legal assistance dependents pay their debts or obligationshas I ___ ___ accrued. This provision is applicable -
real estate Insurance, been materially Impaired by regardless of the reason for
and other points which heretofor reason of their Naval Service. te. separation. '

have kept the serviceman In the Many of the benefits do not flow .

dark. I automatically and are extended

PURPOSE: Soldiers and Sailors only 'upon proper applications. VMF-144 Ready _

Civil Relief Act oC 1940 as amended TYPES OF LEGAL ASSISTANCE (Continued from Page 1))

is an act authorizing The civil AVAILABLE: Though enlisted men of World War II

courts to protect the interests of the Act does not free a member of and the Korean fighting-with

persons In the armed forces of the the Naval service from his obligations distinguished records and decor.

United States by temporarily suspending or impose any automatic ations. Many are serving with the
the enforcement of cer- period of time in which to make
same type of squadron they serv-
tain of his civil liabilities, If their good these obligations, it does,
ed during World War II and the
ability to meet their obligations or however, contain provisions designed Korean fighting.

to assert ther rights Is Impairedby to afford protection to thosein *

reason! of their military service. the Naval Service with regardsto
squadron has trained hereat
DEBTS AND OBLIGATIONS: debts, leases evictions interest the Jacksonville Naval Air Station -

The Act does not relieve personsin rates income taxes, personal pro for the past year, looking

the Naval service of the even- petty taxes, real estate taxes, in- forward to the summer maneu

tual payment of debts or other stallment purchases, conditionalsales vers. The task in this year's cum

obligations incurred by them be. repossessions, foreclosures r mer training is in the field of

fore entering such service. It mere. mortgages, storage charges, life close-air support of Marine
Jy defers the payment of such insurance, suits, judgments, at- EVERYBODY'S IN THE PICTURE-One part of the phase at ground units in
Airman Preparatory School of the Naval Air Technical as-
tachments executions
Indictments i
debts and obligations, even as It -
Center is photography Various types of photographic equipmentare sault operations. It is a Marine
will defer the collection of taxes. penalties, statute of limitations shown and explained to all students. Left to right, Lois \Vied- specialty. The Marines pioneeredthe

The Act affords no relief to homesteads and mining ner has a movie camera; Kaye Smith handles the Navy's utility technique of this sort of air
In the Naval service claims. camera; June Bode displays the hand-held aerial camera; Beverly
Bonham has the view camera and Evelyn Marques is shown support more than 20 years ago
Against the collections of debts or Protection is also provided un with the speed graphic. All are seaman apprentices attending and have brought it to a high degree -
other obligations contracted or assumed der certain circumstances and in ANP( ) School. of perfection.

by them after entering certain cases! for dependents
sureties -
Must Meet RequirementsVets' While the pilots are flying the
endorsers and persons jointly
ground crews will be working
obligated with service and
round the clock, to keep the
persons under orders to for Direct
inductions. report Home Loan Program planes available for flight mis

sions. The only thing that will

COURT BENEFITS: When Extended Until July Of Next Yearof be different from combat condi-

action is commenced in any court, tions will be the absence of the

If It Is brought to the attention of The direct loan program to aid enemy.

the court that a default in the veterans In the purchase or construction W'o is permissible.
appearance of the defendant is a Briefly, direct loans may be
J of homes and farm To Admit 500 Tots
made when these
result of his being a member 'of houses in areas where private financing requirementsare
The Senate Committeehas
i .. the Naval service, the court shall is not available, has been met:
not enter a judgment against such extended to June 30, 1954. The 1. (a) For the purchase or cOnstruction approved a measure to admitto
the United States COO children
person until it shall have first appointed $50 million per quarter being of a residence,
under six of who have
an attorney to representhim. added to the direct loan fund, previously I or a non-farm home, or years age
I been adopted by American servicemen
has now been cut to $25 (b) The construction repairor
in overseas areas. (AFPS):
If the court does render judgment million. remodeling of a farm

against an absent defendant Direct loans are not made in home. 5. The veteran has not previously

in the Naval service, and it appears metropolitan areas but are confined (c) Direct loans for the re used any of his

that such person was prejudiced i in most cases to small towns pair or remodeling of a entitlement.

ll N thereby, the judgment and rural areas wher gGI loans non-farm home will not Through May 1953, 32,300 direct

may, upon a proper applicationnot from private lenders are not be made. loans had been made, only

later than ninety days after available.The 2. The veteran must be a good 32 loans have resulted in fore-
The cartoon above Is the the termination of naval service, Interest rate on direct credit risk. I.,closure or voluntary conveyance
fourth In a series of sketches
depicting: various billets available be opened by the court, orderingthe loans was also increased from 3. The veteran must live in an to the Government in lieu of

to AGO students at NATT same, and the defendant per 4 to 4J!$ percent and places area where guaranteedloans I foreclosure. This is about one-

Center. 'The cartoons are the mitted to defend, provided it appears them on the same level as are not available. I tenth of) one percent of the loans

creation of the Training Facility that the defendant has a VA loans made by private lend- 4. The loan does not exceed closed, proving veterans id be
This is the
Art Shop. one
work of artist J. E. Gregory meritorious or legal defense ers on which a maximum rate $10,000. I. good credit risks.



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1953' ,
Three \
Page i ii
13 August .. JAX AIR NEWS

I Are- You Aware Of Protective Measures Advised During Hurricane? I I

withstand the sure they are in good order.
With the possibility that a pillow.SICK
Check flashlights, have spare
hurricane could hit the coastline PERSONS-The American specified wind loads.
batteries and bulbs, if neces-
and this general area be- Red Cross makes arrangements DRINKING WATER All have a good lantern or
(ly Arwid Force rr.M fervlct) fore the end of the season, it i. writer should be boiled. Sterilizethe sary
to transport sick persons candles on hand.
The House and Senate have important that. personnel be I
bathtub and fill it with LUU-There will bea
to places of safety
pissed a bill allowing: permanent aware of self-protective mea-
residence in the United States for auras to be taken in advance of, DOORS, WINDOWS-Windows water, also all jugs and bottles lull in the wind lasting from
Francis Jareckl. Jareckl is the and during a severe "wind." should be boarded secure as water service may be off a few minutes to half an hour

young lieutenant in the Polish Air Such knowledge will help ly or provided with strong temporarily. Even for sometime or more if the storm center
Force who escaped from PolandIn keep hurricane damage to a catches to prevent them from after service has been restored passes directly over. Stay in a-

a Russian-built MIC-15 and minimum, and the following vibrating under wind condi water should be boiled safe place. If necessary emergency -

landed in Bornholm, Denmark. suggestions have been compiled tions. One catch near the cen- unless your supply is received repairs should be made\

Rep Alvin O'Konskl (R-Wls.) is by the American Red Cross ter or one at each of the top from the city's water mains.ELECTRIC during the lull.
For KEEP RADIO ON-As longas
his American sponsor from observation of p a 11 and bottom will suffice fOL'small SERVICE-
storms windows. public safety, electric service power is available, keep your

"Marines in the Central Solo, SHELTER' AND FIRST AID Wind pressure on the insideof will be suspended when winds radio on. Advisories and warnings

monet 11th of the WWII mono- STATIONS Find out where buildings, depend on the reach dangerous strength. Any are issued by the Weather
graph series, is presently being the nearest first aid station is amount of windows or other kind of temporary lighting pre Bureau and you will receive any
distributed. Free copies of this located. If' you feel that your openings and their position to ferably electric I flashlights, information that applies to your ..

book are available to Purple Heart. house is not secure, go early, exterior wind conditions. OpenIngs should be arranged for use. local area
veterans of that campaign. Requests don't wait until the last pos- should be evenly distributed Keep away from loose wires. "NO SMOKING" "No
for the book should be directed sible minute to start prepar- around the entire building. EMERGENCY HOUSEHOLD Smoking" signs where fire hazards

to Marine Corrr Headquar ations. Take food enough for Sliding or swinging doors EQUIPMENT-If emergency exist should be strictly

ters, Washington, D. C. at least a day, blankets and should be securely' braced or cooking facilities are needed, beORDNANCE enforced.
o 0
A Navy selection- board has '
named 29 captains for promotion EM To Compete Truce Does Not ;

to rear admiral. Among the 29 is

Capt. Hyman G. Rickover, now on In December For v. Lessen Need For
duty with the Reactor Develop-

ment Division, Atomic Energy U. S. Air Defense
Commission, who is one of the NROTC Exams
designers of the Jftomlc sub- Civilian volunteer workers of

marine. Washington (AFrSQualified) the Air Defense Filter Center and
S Ground Observer Corps have
enlisted personnel may again par-
Certain functions of the Naval been warned that the halting of
ticipate this year in the Navy
Supply Facility, Brooklyn, N. 'Y., the shooting war in Korea has
will be consolidated with those of college aptitude test for entry as pot lessecnd the threat of on air

the Naval Supply Depot, Bayonne, midshipmen into the NROTC, the attack upon the United States.

N. J, Ships now being supplied at Navy Department has announced. n Cot M. C. Woodbury, 'Com

the Brooklyn base will be servicedat There are 200 positions open to OY/ mander 35th Air Division '(Defense

Bayonne. The Brooklyn base enlisted personnel on active duty. ), in a special letter to members -
will remain in operation on a modi- Successful candidates will be appointed of the Jacksonville Filter

fied scale. midshipman in the Naval Center stated, "The need for active -
I Reserve and will receive a com volunteer Filter Center

The Marine Corps has announced mission as ensign in the Navy or workers and Ground Observer

the selection of 1,171 Reserve 2nd lieutenant in the Marine Corps members now is as great,

first lieutenants who were not on Corps upon successful completionof \if not greater, than ever. The

active duty last May 1 for temporary the four-year course comparative peace that is now

promotion to captain. Of NROTC students may pursue 1 i-.,........." ---- reigning may be the very time
this number some 275 are now ont any course leading to a baccalaureate PHASE-Lt. Peter Lunaas, student at Aviation (the enemy may attack.
active duty. It is expected that or higher, degree with Ordnance Officer School here, prepares to drop on .a simulated "Cessation of hostilities In
the officers selected will receive the exception of medicine, den- target with 'the "train" bombsight training aid. Coming face to Korea is by no means a stop
connected with before,
face with ordnance phases he never was
t notices within a month to take tistry, veterinary, theology, phar- Lt. Lunaas feels that "all squadron ordnance officers should go sign for preparedness. We will
physical examinations requiredfor macy, music or art. through the school continue to need help in manning -
promotions. observation potts and air
o 0 0 Lt. Marconi Released "Hit The Target"School defense filter renters. Your

Frobldent' : EUtnlumrr has nomInated eyes and efforts are necessary
two new Assistant Secre- From NATTC Duties if we are' to provide an adequate
Officers In
taries in the Defense Department Lt. Fred Marconi, former Spec AO Trains air defense against on

Charles Sparks Thomas has been ial Services Officer at the Naval ) attack," the Colonel added.

named to be Assistant Secretaryfor Air Technical Training Center, The Jacksonville Filter Center

Supply and Logistics, and Don has been detached to inactive duty. Lethal Warfare 'KnowHow'When and Ground Observation posts are
ald A. QViarles' has been named He left last week, after serving manned by hundreds of local citi-

Assistant Secretary for Researchand here since January, 1951.: zens, Including Navy employeesand
it comes to getting down to the brass tacks of a "shootin'war
Development.. S Lt. Marconi plans to teach physical ," an aircraft squadron is interested mainly in two things: first, Navy dependents.-
education in Miami. The 35th Air Division (Defense
Volunteering for service with infantry '. in getting its planes in the air; and second, carrying its lethal load ) Is located at Robbins Air

units in Korea has been Supervisors Association to the enemy. Force Base, Ga., and is respon
eliminated, the Department To accomplish these two objec- ed Ordnance Officers who will sible for conducting the air defense -
Army has announced. The information Meets Next ThursdayThe tives it takes trained technicianswith take charge of maintaining equipment of the seven southeastern

is contained in DA Message National Association of good supervisors to make selecting weapons, and disseminating states.

439358, July 28. Supervisors, Department of Defense sure the job is carried out. As their knowledge of
Candidates must be between will hold its regular history has proved, supervisorswho the best way to get to the target. help to all squadrons." He ,goes
their 17th and 21st birthday, un- monthly meeting Thursday, understand the job, can on to emphasize the value of

married, physically qualified and August 13, at 1930, at the if need be, handle the tools The ten-weeks course at first safety precautions which are
a high school graduate or possess YWCA on East Duval St. themselves.Thus glance does not lend an air of brought out in the course. "Weapons
an equivalent certificate. All qualified Nomination of officers for next Aviation Ordnance School sensationalism or glamor.'Its five selection, sometimes like a

personnel may apply to their year will be on the agenda.-All Class "0" perfprms its functionsby instructors, under the directionof chess game, will help ordnance
COs for permission to take the members are urged to attend. inculcating technically train- Lt. J. E. Andrews, training officer officers if they need to make such {

Navy college aptitude test on Dec. methodically pace their average a decision, and fire control theory
12, 1953. All nominations should wNkr. classes of fifteen students with gunsight application will
reach the Bureau of Personnel by through the seven phases of the be helpful to Officers of both VP

Oct. 20.Center. --.r. course. During this time they and VF or VA squadrons. t All
cover such subjects as Publications. squadron ordnance officers shouldgo

Legal Officer Principles ftf' Supervision_ through the school." (a recommendation
a d' \ w
Electricity i ; Fire Control, turrets, already made by
Dillies To Gomdr. Gard ,rt' munitions, guns operational higher authority. *), .he added
the department equipment, and weapons selec
Presently heading legal I
tion. Lt. Lunaas has been assigned
NATTCenter is Com I
at Y .+ '17Gi'a However, the eye-opener is to the Armament Test division at
Card who relieved
dr. Louis S. ,
the evaluation of the course by a Patuxent River upon completion
Comdr Craig McKee I p student who has worked as ordnance of the school, and hopes to make
Comdr. Card reported to NATT- l ;dt' j.yv f
.R officer before, and can appreciate good use of his new ideas onold,
Center from Commander, U. S.
4' ; the value of information practices.
Naval Activities, Port Lyautey, \ j jf
\ passed on in such a short time by Generally, the students are either -
where he served as legal
sq so few men. air or ground officers, and
during the past two years.A S S S arc sent to squadrons of the two

gunnery officer during World Lt. Peter E. Lunaas, former fleets. The school has been for
War II, he was graduated from
Officer of VA-65 tunate In having students from
-------- -- ---- Ordnance at
of Illinois law -
the school University and served his first dutyas WINS BS AWARD-For his idea of repairing a Chicago NAAS Oceana, claims among foreign nations under the Mutual
pump using a locally manufactured steel housing, William Bar other things that first, "The Im- Defense Assistance Program,
legal officer of the 7th Naval nett Jr. (left) of Public Works department' was granted a $25 portance of correct use of Ord- which serves to standardize operational
District in Jax until it was merged beneficial suggestion award. Comdr Richard Mann (right, Public -
the check in recent cer monles. nance Publications would be a techniques.
with the 8th Naval District. Works officer, presented



Page Four JAX AIR NEWS 13 August 1953VR703

Fasron Six, VC-62, VA-W5 Report Pilots Of VF-11

I Scouting Jacksonville Aren Squadrons Get AcquaintedWith 'Skynight'

VF-103. .
: Engineering. Pilots in VF-11.
In late July, two men of VF-103. now have com- .
accepted congratulations on arrivals The Squadron's complement in- pany on Jet hops with the arrival

creased slightly over the week as ; of the two seated F3D all weather -
of new members to their
five men reported in from assorted "Skynights" the
families. Louis F. Fenell, AM3, ,4 \4v.t on scene as
duty stations. Justin are 4 their squadron aircraft.
became the father of a baby girl, .
Ralph R. Raby, AN, from VF-71,
born July 31. Young son of Carl sibda, Until recently the "Red flip.pers" .
NAS, Quonset Point; Francis T.
G. Roof, A03, was born at Lancaster had been flying the vaunted -
Daise, AM1, from Fasron Nine,
S. C. on July 22. NAS Cecil Field; Warren W. and battle tested F2H2 Banshee
and although it too is twin
Scheduled for discharge from naught, Jr., BM2, USS Tarawa; 1aMlN U engined it in no
the Naval Service is Robert C. way resemblesthe
Stephen Sredonja, AE1, from VF- big "Skynight."

"Bloedow, AD2, who has been transferred 41, NAS, Oceana, Va., and Nor-
Both the
plane and the
to the Separation Center man E. Roberts, AE1, VF-21. VF-11. have
Donald R. Gurley, AOAN, has Oceana. something com. -
mon for both fought in
transferred to VF-103 for duty
Officers of Fasron Six have been
It was the
Skynight that
knocked "
from Fasron Nine.A +
practicing with the .45 caliber down several Communist '

party given by the squadron automatic pistol at the local pistol) ; Migs over the rocky Korean

personnel at the Hyde Park Country -. range in annual qualification. After peninsula.

Club was an occasion of much firing about 200 rounds of ammunition VF-11. is the first fighter outfit

pleasure and jollity for all hands. in practice sessions, Lt. to use the night fighters in

Entertainment included music by Thomas E. Colbert fired the stan.. l\m jT; 1 ____<;:_",-0IIft _"IR'!'< 1:1_"" .. area although the this
planes are no -
the Cecil Field Rhythmairs. dard Navy course and pepperedthe .... SKYNIGIIT FOR. RED RIPPERS-It may look a little different strangers to Jax. Several Ma.

bullseye for a total of 305: but It's still a "Red Ripper." This could well be the rine fighter units are

Fanron Six points and thus qualified as "Ex. thought of the lineman above as he guides the big Douglas F3D them. equippedwith
pert." Skynight to a parking area on the NAS flight line. Pilots of VF-11 Exceptional skill and initiativeIn are being checked out in the all-weather night fighter.Veteran's '
performing routine ordnance Three IFTU pilots recently returned I ASiC BETTER BENEFITSFOR
to four
Bowling Loop
repair to naval aircraft has earn the from Fleet five All Weather trainingat games last week when they defeated Servicemen Get InviteTo RESERVISTSSen.

ed Robert E. Priest, A03, the title Flight The Still 21. Edwin Johnson
Tonight (D. Colo.)
School West where
Key they Nurses' Dance
of "White Hat of the Week. introduce
locals meet NATTC's Marines. a bill which would
completed the Jet Instrument Syl-
A native of Ind. Servicemen have been ex- give Naval
Lafayette, labus in TV-2 type aircraft. Sensational "Vic" Cieplenski and Marine Corps Re-
tended a welcome to attend a
Priest graduated from Jefferson servists the
again paced the locals attack bowl- same compensation
Among the trio are: Lt. Francis
dance held at the St. Luke'sHospital
High School in 1950. He became benefits for disabilities .
584 for the or deaths '
ing high three
X. Sullivan, Lt. Daniel E. Conroyand game
Interested in dramatics his senior auditorium, Friday,
occurring between
1945 and 1952as
set of the evening plus holding
Lt. Robert W Schroeder.
year and held a role in his class August 4, at 2000. The dance is Army and Air Reservists .
Mrs. Sullivan greeted her hus- top individual team scores of 205 re.
play, "Mother Was A Freshman." sponsored by the student ceive. '
band, Lt. Francis Sullivan, with a and 210. Reporting to Fasron from r,
Mathematics and Chemistry were Argentia last May, Cieplinski's nurses. I Sen. Johnson's bill would per-
1% Ib. baby boy, Steve, born July
his favorite academic subjects. continuous high marks have beena mit them and their survivors to

Entering the Navy Dec. 14, 1951, 15th.New officers on board are Ens. major role in keeping the keg- made. take benefits of the Federal Em-

he went through boot at Great Robert F. Bozart who will fill the len in their present standings. VJ-62, at Sanford, is being Inspected ployees' Compensation Act in-.

Lakes and in March 1952, reportedto billet of assistant Personnel Officer today by the VC-62 inspection stead of the'usually lower benefits' .....

NATTC, Jax to attend ANP( ) and Lt. George M. Thompson, VC-68 party sent down for its of the Veterans Administra- '

School and AOA) School. In former communications officer at .The second detachment for the annual administrative material Inspection tion. .. .,

Sept. of that year, he reported to NAS GTMO, who will act as advisor midshipmen cruises will leave this by ComFairJax. :
Gently, ;.
IncludingLcdr.. James P. ,:i.
Fasron Six for duty. to the communications department week for Norfolk, Va., where it Welcomed aboard durnlg the Scherer who has relieved Lt. Gor- ."I...

As soon as he has completedhis in his short stay in the will board the USS Valley Forgefor past week were Philip P. Murphy, don Fender as executive officer -,

four years in the Navy, Priest squadron. two weeks with the fond hopeof ADC; "J" "C" Cartee, AD2; Levi Ensign Johnson Jr., has reportedto

plans to attend Purdue Univer- Fasron's keglers lengthenedtheir leaving {ax heat behind them. D. Allen, AT3; Louis A. Tortora, the squadron as has Henrick S.

sity, where he will study Chemical l first place margin in the Back from the AirLant Intelligence PH3; Joseph A. Bunkhalter, AD3; Substeiny, AD2; Donald R. Ness, :" i "'ar Jtf:

School at Norfolk are Ensigns Byron R. Harlow, AD3; Jack "P" SA; Randall C. Melvin, ADI; Fer ,;'

James R. McCormack and II Mauldin, AEAN; Earl E. Pederson, dinand F. Gabrielle, AD2; Edward .

VF-44 Turns From Combat Chores Gilbert L. Haines, after three !' AN; William F. Krueger, AN; A. Kibler, AM3; Paul H. Norris, .

I I weeks there. Ensign Haines will Donald L. Bloebaum, AN; EdwardJ. AD3; Michael F Kosloski, SA; ,;, ,

To Victims soon be leaving with the USS Kltofas, AN; William A. Lewis, Keith G. Watkins, SA; Samuel L. ->
Of Jaoan Flood
Bennington detachment. Ensign AN; Onello Noguez, AN; Paul S. lass, SN; Samuel Q. Casteen, SN; ':

McCormack will l relieve L t. McCormlc, AEAN; and Elmer S. Joseph D. Briggs, Sill; Salvatore '.
Illustrating how to lead the Flood Relief
Thomas Johnson as squadron intelligence Sullivan,, AA. Macchia, AN; David Privette, CS2; '":;'
way in diverse fields of action, The drive to raise money wasa officer. S .
Arthur A. PIIA2 John
big issue and was taken very .. .. Buckley, :
of VF-44 have --
personnel turn all the Jut. jg) lies Holloway was the VA-105- E. Dority, A01; Gene T. Triplett.
seriously by on ship. .
ed from their former chore of The race for the lead produceda most recent pilot to entertain at a Twenty men have reported ADS; Robert N. Traylor, A03; and

close air support for UN ground handsome sum for the disas- "Pointed Head Beer Muster" after aboard for duty In VA-105. reBROOKLYN William M. Downs, AOAN.

forces in Korea to the more ter-stricken completing his first Jet hop in an Transferred recently has been .f
Japanese. !
compassionate job of raising VF-44 departed Mayport several F211 "Banshee. The trip had an ,. '" .......,!" .. .. .... ..,... ... Robert L. Kay, AM2, who has

funds for victims the recent months ago and journeyedto added element of novelty in that been detached to attend the AM

Japanese floods.Operating the Far East via the Med. he had never before flown fighter- (B) School at Memphis, Tenn..

type aircraft, only multienginebefore 4 .
in the Far East and Suez Canal. It was the first

off a carrier with Carrier Air major cruise for most membersof coming to VC-62. Lt.jg( ) Uniform Expense .
Holloway[ also relieves Lt. William
Group Four, the "Hornets, the "Hornet" swarm.
after the signing of the armis- All hands enjoyed libertiesin McGarry and LtJg( ) Jack Wynnas Deductible Under
communications officer. ; ,
tice, took the lead over all Colombia, Ceylon, and laterin Y

other divisions on board with Manila, P. 1, en route to Ens. Robert Inge will depart New Amendment
their this week for ABCD School at
offering for Japanese Korean waters. .
Washington (AFPS)-Representative
Fort McCellan, Ala., having been hI
designated squadron's assistant k
ABCD Officer. has introduced a bill which would

s allow servicemen and women to
Everyone is anxiously awaitingthe .(
deduct from their income tax the
arrival of the first order of thesquadron's
cost of uniforms, less clothing allowances
newly-approved insig- : .
i'xk that they have to buy.
nia. Bids are currently being r.
fi. from The bill, which is an amendmentto
sought various companies, ::
Sec. 23 of the Internal Revenue
and when
a friendly price is
t agreed on, the patches will be'' code, limits' the amount deductiblein

any one year to $200.
Fuel Depot Post Mr. Poff pointed out that civilians I

who are engaged in an occu-

To. Lt. Vickers ..iJ'.S pation which requires special ap-

parel are allowed to deduct the
Lt. L. A. Vickers Is the new
costs of this apparel provided it is .
officer-in-charge of the Navy Fuel
required as a condition of employ-
Depot on Trout River.
ment, and is not adaptable for
Relieving Lt. Fred Gofer, Lt general usage. .

Vickers' arrived here from sea duty; irA In the case of the Armed Forces, .

as supply and disbursing officer Mr. Poff
.' pointed out, the uniformis
0'xriXSf aboard the USS Hyades (AF-28)) special apparel, Is required for

__ which has been one of the replen- DS employment and is not adaptable
T :>: Irw; :;
ishment units for the Sixth Fleetin for civilian
GETTING ACQUAINTED-That old axiom "the best way to the Mediterranean BEAUT-Jean usage.
ret .acquainted with anything in the Navy Is to clean It," was Peterson, from the place where "Assuredly our servicemen and
brought to use when these lads were introduced to an F8F-2 Bearcat Lt. Cofer, who has headed the the trees grow, has just won women," Mr. Poll said, "are entitled -

on the line at NARTU hangar. Attending the accelerated depot since 1951, will occupy an the bathing beauty contest at to the same benefits as our

recruit training program at Naval Air Reserve Training Unit are Interim appointment as Chief the U..S. Naval Supply Activities civilian income earners and tax
I (left to right) Harvey Powell, AR; Paul Howard, AR; Eugene Brooklyn, N. Y. Transfeanyone rpayers"
Vlccat, AR; Billy Joyce, AR and Larry }Fuller, AR. Quarterman at the Depot, ?


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13 August 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

% That W** V I i I I

Fasron Provide Service erT 0 The Fleet' I leave For Enlisted Rations Men Cut J r

Washington ( ) 1 I
Most everybody chooses to value of commuted rations for i

[SALTY HUMOR FROM think of the Navy's air arm in enlisted personnel of the Arm- I

[HERE AND THERE"I'd terms of swift-moving jets and ed Services while on leave or 1

there are very few phases of otherwise authorized to mess

better warn you-my hus- glamor uttered about the accomplishments separately has been cut from i(

band will be home In less than an of a Fleet Aircraft $1.20 to $1.10 per day. "
I .
hour. I Service Squadron, better knownas The cut, outlined In Defense t

"But I've done nothing I shouldn't a Fasron. )1. Department Directive 1338.3, :t

dot" One such Fasron is Fleet Aircraft was made under the provisions

"Well, I Just wanted" to warn Service Squadron Six of the current appropriationact

you that if you're going to, you'd which supports the carrier and is retroactive to July 1. ,

better hurry." squadrons of Commander Fleet Enlisted personnel drawing ,

.. S Air .Jacksonville separate rations will be charged30c

Here's a new excuse: Fasron Six has been steadily for breakfast, 40c for din

A sailor reported back from keeping aircraft flyable at a rate ',." ,i4.; .:., ner, and 40c for supper when -j
leave, 24 hours late. worthy of high mention. Since ': :" .Jk. ) eating In military messes. These
He explained: "I'm returningfrom the first of the year Fasron Six figures show a drop from 55c, "P ,

my leave, and just about to has made ready to squadrons a last year's price for a dinner, :-I

board the train when the band total of 84 aircraft from the Atlantic and a raise from 35c, the old

strikes up the 'Star-Spangled Fleet aircraft pool. "" price for a supper. The price .'

Banner I, of course, freeze to attention II for breakfast remains the same "

saluting. And while I'm MANY OF THESE planes enter ''''t"'';'' .i.l

standing there at salute what hap- Fasron hangars with barrier MAZE OF MACHINERY-Surrounded by jet engines In the .j'i'

pens but the train pulls out of crash damage incurred during Fasron Six Jet shop, Robert Fry," AE3, performs his phase of 'iJ J

the station right in front of my carrier operations. The maintenance services maintenance hundreds work of on these one of Jet the engines mighty each power year.plants. Fasron Six ti tie Mim( i

eyes, and nothing I could do bout_ crews make any necessary MK --
it." changes-engines, wings, landing ron Six is the filtering of offi- Tflifflflirnnrw

S gear, propellers. Perhaps cers and men, some 900 since

Tommy came home proudly only a little "ironing' out" of January first, whether their disposition t

showing a quarter that he said he dents is called for, and a re- I be release from active

had found in the street. "Are you paint job. Primary mission of duty, assignment to a local car-

sure it was lost?" his father asked. the unit is to turn out aircraft rier squadron or further trans- t n
that in shape for
"Yes, I know it was," Tommy are perfect fer.
fleet use.Fasron. Not many new titles appear at
replied. "I saw a man lookingfor One of Fasron's proudest sta-
pilots have delivered this time of year-which gives onea
it." tistics, however, is the one that
chance to read the we miss
these aircraft to squadrons from many
S describes it's glittering trophycase -
Elvira Uppity met Sadie Clutch Key West to Quonset Point, flying which rests in the lobby of in the avalanche publishers release
YzA autumn. Of those recently
twelve different types with every
At. ft womn' tea party. And re. Building 200. It, like all their activities -
--- -- -
a total 01 over :2,500 flight nours received, however, we select a
marked to her: "You know my cat represents the teamworkthat -
so far this year. The squadron Fasron Six to i' few you may want now.
Homer had the worms. I fed him has enabled
has the high standing of 95 on maintain its enviable Screen Noild, 3953: This 4th
Dr. Surecure's Worm Cure, and establish and -
the AirLant Safety Totem Pole. volume of favorite annual is
a a
of service to the
do you know, in a couple of hourshe record
and statistical
passed a worm six inches long! fleet complete pictorial .
OTHER STATISTICS for this record of the current movie sea
"Is that so?" whinnied Sadie.
year include the disassembly, inspection -
"Well, my kitten had worms and and repair of 340 jet en- To Dedicate New Ti-i son.The Caimuitlaice Story Definitely
husband he.would
my thought getit
gines, and 38 reciprocating en-
human account of a vital partof
cat turpentine for themalady. That gines, as well as 89 complex ra Memorial ChapelAt BIG OR LITTLE:! Whether Tie strategy in the Middle East
two and
passed street cars a
dio-changes which are coded It's a biff tire or a small one, campaigns of 194142. As excitinga
t otorcy le. """Shamrock. Fasron Six has It, and Will Ew-
i Cecil Field story as any we've seen recently ;
Still another function of Fas- Ing, AMAN, helps keep the
I with plenty of action and full I
: a
The old chiseler limped pain- many aircraft of the Jacksonville -
to the bar and leaned Dedication of the new Memorial squadrons properly and share of humor. (Title is included .
fully up "
13 SHIPS UNITS Chapel at NAS Cecil Fieldis safely "tired. Here he insertsa on Naval War College list of suggestions '
against it in an attitude of dejection valve into an SNB tall-wheel l,
GET COMBAT PAYA scheduled for August 21 at while he sits on tires for the for professional reading.)

"What's 1500. AJ, AD and F9F. Your War For Peace: General
the matter? asked a report released by the
"Have Dr. Don A. Cooke, Jackson- Howley reports on our world posi-
sympathetic bystander. an Chief of Naval Operations an-
ville District of tion as he it, the
accident?" nounced 13 Navy ships and Superintendent sees considering
the Florida Conference, Meth- economic, political and psycholo-
units that declared eli-
"No, replied the chiseler. "I've were
odist Church will be well the military
principal gical aspects as as -
Just had a touch of gible for combat pay. Includedin
speaker. Dr. Cooke, an Army (You will recall the Generalwas
The sympathetic one scratchedhis the group were both those
Chaplain during World War II, the first military governor of -
head. "What's ?" which earned it Before the
yours } is a member of the Methodist Berlin-during the tough days of
"I'll take straight whiskey, combat pay law was passed on
Commission on Chaplains, and the Berlin Airlift).
thanks." July 1, 1952 and those quali-
S fying between March and-May has done much to cement closer Yvonne Biondi and Martha Tin Things We Like To Make

The base barber thought he of this year.Combat relations between Chaplainsand Stanridge checked in last weekat When you feel the creative urge
. civilian' churches. the Naval Hospital from Hospital during these hot days you'll find
would kid the bald officer. pay goes to personnel
The} non-sectarian services School lin fun the tin
Corps Bainbridge. more using empty cans
"Your head feels Just like mywife' of any ship or unit sub-
and the chapel will be dedicated Nancy Hawe also reported aboard around the house! All sorts of use-
cheek, he chuckled. jected to enemy fire or explo-
to all those men who have NAS from Bainbridge. ful Items are suggested with hints .
'Ihe bald man felt of his own sion for six days out of any
then been stationed at Cecil Field Joan Reidy is back from a four- for beautifying them with ease.
head, said, "By golly it does, one month. Men eligible for
doesn't it." combat pay must file for pay- and who have given their lives week stay in the hospital. Ideas For Bookcases ft Bookshelves -

ment with their disbursing of for their country. All civilian I : For those who are fixingup

ficer. employees and military person- The Jax Navy Waves softball their homes and who are in

Inspector General Sees nel are invited to attend. team struggled through the sea- no mood for How to Plan and

son and came out with not enough Build Your Fireplace.
Denial Activities HereRear 3. 's4'V; ; s
ys. wins to speak of but plenty of World's Bent Books A selected, ..

Adm. R. W. Malone, In- 9 s :,;.. bruises and scars. The Waves gal- annotated list of 3,000 books from
spector General of Naval Dental I rr5 : lantly proved that the old adage Homer to Hemingway. A refer- -

Activities, paid an official visit "Don't give up the ship," is not ence book to help you make selec-

aboard the station last week. only a good quote but one can tions of your own-to while awaya

Admiral Malone andjiis execu- v have a lot of fun experiencing it. few hours thinking about those

tive assistant, Lt. I. D. Cox, spent .- S 1 you would include in such a list.

three days visiting the dental departments VY "I'll take my clothes to the White Tower: A psychologicalnovel

of all activities in the laundry." That's just about the which came out a few years

Jacksonville area. He 'departedfor w case now that the new washing back and is still our idea of good

his Headquarters in Wash- ) machines are installed in the summer reading. An Air Force

.. ington last.Friday.. Waves l Barrracks. Only 15c is required pilot makes a forced landing in .

i to start one of these gadgets
,. ML the Swiss Alps. Six people, of different -

Cecil Field Opens New ; __ It's nothing unusual at all backgrounds and for very

I : jib' '. da q-1L 3 to see someone dragging along different reasons, start the climbto
Public Works Building the with coke in
} passageway a the summit of an alp. If you let
The spacious new Public Works one hand, their laundry and three yourself go with the story (not

building at NAS Cecil Field was nickels in the other, if they are hard, for it is fascinating reading) .

unofficially exhibited recently lucky enough to find .the three you can shiver through your read-
when supervisors celebrated the five cent pieces. Even after the
ing, calling for hot coffee while
opening with a party on the right change is acquired, the old Iced drink melts
IN APPRECIATION-When you are overseas yon really ap- your away.
premises. Navy custom of waiting in line is
preciate hearing from your wife and children. While Patrol
Before dinner, visitors were Squadron 16 was In Port Lyautey, personnel of that squadronwere necessary before "wash day" can fusion aroused by the arrival of

conducted on a tour of the new able to talk with their families here thanks to the NAS Ham be completed.Do these two is slowly subsiding. Future -

building, one of the many new Radio Club. In appreciation John Smith, ADC, of VP-16 (left), you know that NAS now "run-ins" are improbablesince
to Everett Stenshorn
lighters ALC Huston
facilities designated for comPletion Bray presents, ALC cigarette, and Bill Williams, ALC, all members of ;the ham boasts two Joy Schraders, RM both Barracks 722 and 723

this year. radio station! whose call letters_ are W4NEK. and HM1 respectively. The, con- now lists a Joy Schrader.

Six JAX AIR NEWS 13 August 1953

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-- -

Third Iron Mon Trophy r--------:: : Ary

Leg Won By Fosron Six I

Three down and one to go. That's the story in a nut

shell of Fasron Six and the Iron Man Trophy, Mainside's

special semi-annual award for supremacy in intramural

athletics.Since Lit
the first presentation of tember-to include touch football,
volleyball and bowling Fasron
the trophy at the completion of W
Six will go all out for the "big
the 1952 spring: sports, calendar, fourth."

Fasron Six and the IMT have Fall Sport ForthcomingNAS

been inseparable companions. Special Services Officer,

Near Permanent Possession Lcdr. Richard V. Donahue, and '

Recognition of a third consecutive Frank McCaffrey, Director of In
award to the Building: 200 tramural Athletics at Mainside,

athletes was made by Capt. Burn- were on hand for the presentation

ham C. McCaffree, CommandingOfficer in Capt. McCaffree's office

of NAS, in his office, lastThursday Fasron Six scored firsts in basketball

afternoon. and bowling and a third in _: ..;.L: .....;L :, r '" r.w(>JkM ,.".";X ysvv 4C-MN-"
Permanent possession of the swimming to amass 3,420 points.
trophy can be had by winning it In second place, with 2,410 points, NEED ONE J\ORE-Proudly displaying three fingers for the number of victories scored In semi.
annual Iron Man these from Fasron Six. On band
Trophy competition at Malnside are personnel
four times. Thus Fasron Six: is one came Fasron 109, a unit which has
for the awards presented by Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree, NAS Commanding officer, were I
shy of the mark. With the '53 Fall gained considerable stature in recent (left to right) John Dvoroinak; Bill alley; Captain McCaffree; II. O. Looney, coach; Lcdr. Fred
ports agenda set to go in Sep Intramural competition. Woodward, squadron skipper; Don LaMay and It. B. Rosen. Winning the trophy four times is necessary
: for permanent possession.Soitballers .

1I.It Rwis; +s.l.r .fib.U 1I.lblb.1I B..II., T.i.t
.'uronShc ... .r.r. 550 640 11:10: J070 3450F'ueon : To Engage In Reduce Ticket Price
109 .. 11JO: 870 410 2410
Operations ..... 800: 710 410 ,. :4J7O: For Prep Grid Game
Personnel ..... .. i 860 250 1110
) ... .. ... .. Sao 5JO lulu
Supply personnel In uniform
VI-) -11 ... .. .. . 1054) . 10'40VF44
... .. .. .. .. .. .. 390 190 850 District County TourneysA will be admitted to the Florida
VI-2 ... .. .. ....... .. 4(10 100 310 1160
o &R .. .. .. .... .. 810 810HOIpltal High School All-Star Football
....... .. 070 ril 1:<<) 750hsPrv clash tonight at the Cator Bowl
Spec 480 150 100 730 look at the calendar shows that the 1953 Softball
:.: ::::::: : :: 280 450 730 sea- for the reduced price of $.50.
VP-'i ...... ..... .370 290( 660 son is rapidly coming to a close, but not so for the Jax Navy
.VF-22 ...,... .... ... 620 620 softballers vhoare Tickets can be purchased at the
currently engaged in the Northern Sub-
VC 2 ..... ....... .. 47o 144)) 610 gates before the 2000'kickoff.
VA-45 ............ .. 510 100 610 District 2 tournament and begin play on Monday in the Duval
NARTU ....... .. .. 460 1 ..
\10'-173 .. .. ... .. .. I 450 1:>> so County Championship Tourney.
Commissiry ...... .. 5'JO! .. 550
The busy Fliers also In the
VF-41 ... ... 100 110 510 are Two Second Half Losses Jax Pilots Ferry
VP-J6 .?..r.r.. .. .. ... ,. r. 370 .110 4to: midst of a torrid City League
VA-1T5 ........rr. r. 310 100 410 The club's two losses in the
}\\-11 2ii0.I( 100 390 pennant scramble.The I
VP-3 ..rr.r. .. .. ..rr.. .. ..rr.. 210 ,r ..r 210 Northern Sub-District second half have been at the Fingerling Bass
('o"munIcIUonl ., M ... 200 21 hands of Drew Co. and Johnson
V '-J7t .. ... .. .. . 715): ... 200 tourney, in which Jax Navy is I
VF-1T2 . . 1"') ... 1 1tOOlsburslng Construction.In .
..r.... r. 'oo. 0' ]70 ... 170 seeded second! is being held to To Guantanamo
xi. .. r .. ... 160 360lnflrmary select two entries for the Dis- the game with Drew Co.
0" . 140 14015fr4aMImePAN. both teams scored twice in the
tict No..2 tournament to be heldin
initial frame and four times in In a friendly gesture by the
;: ; : Ocala The winner of this one
the final inning but two
unmatched Navy, dubbed "Operation FishStocking"
will then compete in the State
runs in the third provedtoo
ASA softball tournament later about 5,000 fingerjingblack
much for the Fliers.
this month in Hollywood, Fla. Johnson Construction produced bass took an air )hop last

"ll The Fliers are expected to be Friday from the Naval Air Sta
l ltm four runs in the seventh inningto
Q one of the standouts in a big'
ilY come from behind and whip tion Jacksonville, to the Naval
field due to compete in the annual -
Jax Navy, 64. Operating Base, Guantanamo
Duval County champion.
I I .

:.J 0 l ship tourney.Fliers In SecondIn I Station Nines Ousled Bay The, Cuba tiny fish were transportedwith

.. = City League competition, From Town LeagueThe the help of the Florida
Jax Navy, first half winner, is
State Commission of Game and
.. M7" JJ1AI_. currently in second place with a last hopes for a station en
Water Fish
4-2 record. Bolena Constructionis try to cop the championship in to the base in

_, With John M. Charvaf. leading the chase with a 3-1 the Commercial Softball League Cuba where they will be depose

Names make the news this week on the Naval Air Station slate. These two opponents have dwindled' last week when the ited in one of the island's few

sports scene as colorful personalities pass in fast moving not met as yet in second half NATTCenter Marines dropped a fresh water rivers.

review. play. double-header to the Fire Department The idea was first projected by

In a recent league contest, Jax and league-leading City Capt. R. If. Wilkinson Chief
Sincere best wishes for success at a new duty station in of
Key West go to Commissary Store's John Manion, who leaves Navy took the measure of an Utility men. Staff of Operating Base, Guantanamo -

next week to board a sub tender. improved Cecil Field club, 2-1, With NARTU and 0 & R al- Bay, and approved by the

John is one of the few persons who supports Jax Navy behind the steady 3-hit twirlingof ready eliminated, the previously Navy Chief of Information in
"Ding Dong" Bell Bob Boggs'triple
athletics, win, lose or draw, and his absence will be sorely undefeated Leathernecks were Washington.Pilot .
felt in the stands. His robust vitality for sports has been and Yogi Mitchell's singlein spanked by Utilities, 1-0. and 7-1, I of the plane was APC

exhibited in the Mainside intramural program through two the final frame provided the by the Firemen to ruin any title ; Earl Brooks, with Raymond A

margin of victory.A hopes. Patterson, API, as co-pilot.
seasons. double by Mitchell the
Long overdue is recognition of the fine season being was
big i blow in the Fliers' win over "
compiled by M/Sgt. Bob Spellman, NATTCenter instructor, Caruso Electric, 2-0, recently. Ed ,4 :

,who is in his freshman year as a diamond arbiter. Johnls, with a one-hitter, gainedthe

.. The conscientious Leatherneck has been befriended by win.Fliers. .
many in the City League for his impartiality and under-

standing of the game. lIe's willing to learn from more seasoned To Close

umpires, which marks him as a man destined to move :4.

up in professional play if he so desires. Diamond Season

By way of wedding announcements, Catcher Bob

Horne, currently leading City League hitters with a At Winter Park

healthy .396: average, and Mildred Mueller, sports-minded r6
Closing their the Sax ;
lax Air News reporter, were married in the All Saints season, : _
Fliers will
Navy engage Pine-
Chapel by Chaplain" Gatlin, Saturday evening. castle AFB in a baseball game
Roger Stelma, the rangy Illinois eager who was in Jax" Saturday, Aug. 15, at 1400 as part ; /
Navy livery last season, will take Miss Pat Wadsworth, a of an American Legion Day cele- '.

.lovely Jacksonville lassie, for his bride, Aug. 22. Pat's bration at Winter Park, Fla. t4

brother, Allan, is a postal employee at Mainside. Through Tuesday night, the local )

Excerpt from the Swaps Wanted column in a recent nine had won 49 games while _

issue of Our Navy: "George Shotwell, DN, USS Cavalier dropping 31. Last year's over-all

APA-37 II-Division, FPO, SF, would like to swap with any record was 51 won, 34 lost, Y 1 "
DN on the East Coast." including a championship in the :

Sports fans here will remember George with the Jax Jacksonville City League and

Navy varsity eleven for two seasons, 1951-52.!) Runner-up to NAS Pensacola in

Clarence "Buddy" Lowe, on TAD orders to Special Services the Sixth ND,.tourney. I _

from VF-173, has replaced court ace Bob Grabaz as life Opening highlight of the Win- ; ----------.-- ."

guard at the Officer's Club pool. Grabaz is on leave in New ter Park Legion demonstration TRAVELIN' FISH-John DeQulne, biologist>> with the Florida
Jersey with his wife and baby boy. will be a parade at 1000. The Fliers Wild Life Commission, pours a bucket of black bass fingerlings
Long timer at the O'Club tank this year has been "Ozark" were invited for the after- into a temperature-controlled tank Installed In a Navy III). Some
fixture since the noon diamond affair by special 5,000 fingerlings were flown to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, from
George Chittenden, a permanent season I
NAS Jas:, to stock the river running through the Naval Base. there
opened in April. ,request from Legion officials. for recreational purposes.PagG .

13 August 1953, JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven .

Clean Sweep For .. .... itli. . .?, ., .
\ >
: ,,
:Wt 'ow::<"..i.:,;:' : : f"i" :;"' }'- ( ,\" ; Nine Returning Lettermen '

Fliers In FMDSwimming { r ,,
7'1" r rSET

MeetFinal :." Brighten Football Picture

swimming event of the ... > :.
; The University of Tampa Spartans have been contracted
: .
season for Jax Navy will be theMen's for a football game with the Jax" Navy Fliers, Oct. 10, at
City Championships at Phillips Field Tampa, Fla., marking the sixth engagementfilled
Springfield Pool!, tomorrow :.. I for the local eleven this season.
night, Coach Paul Zanfardino ,
announced. New Head Coach Dick May- mishes. There arc no starting positions )-
satisfaction with
A 10-event program has been expressed "secured" as yet, and the
assembled by the City Recrea- the arrangements when official old timers are receiving their
word was received of the sched-
tion rules Department will govern and competition NCAA uling last week. "Tampa will be share of bumps from the new- .

unless otherwise stated. Trophieswill no easy assignment," cited the comers who want to play 60-min-

be awarded for high point Ja: mentor, "but, we're hoping to ute ball

team and the three high point lineup at least three" more teamsof Being groomed as chief signal

individuals.Jax similar caliber. caller for Maylander's straightI'eleven

Navy owns one record, >r Meanwhile, goipg{ through their is Jack Bishop, a two-year

that set by the team of J. E. daily grind in better than 90-de- veteran of Jax Navy who pos-

Mahan, R. F. Ingels, George gree weather, the Fliers are rap- sesses tremendous speed and
_. idly moulding into a smoothrunning stamina and throw
and ball
Miller Ralph Grabish in '--- ------ can the

1947 when they churned a 142.9: FOR ANOTHER YEAR-Expected to be of great help well-knit unit as practice with required accuracy.

in the 200 Yard Free Style Relay to the Jax Navy grid eleven this coming season is this quartet of ,entered its fourth. week. Shedding the two-platoon type. II
returning lettermen
Sweep FMD Meet shown discussing strategy Kneeling left
under which-he
to right) are, quarterback Jack Bishop and guard Leo Kelly. Majlander is placing consid operatedas
Last weekend the local swim Standing are AI Yfargln left a defensive halfback, is Homer
) end, and Homer Brinson, defensive erable emphasis on the return of
mers completely overpowered all back. A total of nine returnees were welcomed back by head Brinson. The former Georgia -
competition to score 111 points coach Dick Maylander. The Filers are holding dally sessions at i nine lettermen, all of whom saw \ Tech ball toter has found the
Yorktown Field. I plenty of action in last fall's skir-
and win the Florida Military switch much to his liking and is

District title at West Palm expected to see lots of duty at
Beach. Old Sol Sends :':"i "
I ,,*",.'<. neiuslLocal
Loring' Holmes led the Fliers, f1, S

finishing second in individual Linksmen To ,'. The Jax forward wall receiveda
standings. Pete Deforest, of
boost with the return of seven
West Palm Beach, who did so Cool Shelters '52 veterans. Leo Kelly looks his
well here in the Sixth Naval Dis- formidable self at the guard post,

trict Championships, won high along with Dunn
steady Jerry
honors. Old Sol beat down unmerci-
and Joe Frenke.
Walden Cops Breast Stroke fully on the Naval Air Station ... Playing on the opposite side of

Nick Dema won the men's 100- golf course last Wednesday causing the line from Kelly last year was

yard free style, Holmes took the i all hands to seek the shaded Ron "Tank" Lawhead, who's back

Walden 440-yard free the style 220 yard and Chuck breaststroke the spots weekly, thereby Pro-Amateur cancelling play event.in l Talent t In Final Act for Maylander a second regime.helping The under flanks the '

have good insurance in Jess Arnold

Coach Zanfardino entered four The mid-summer heat wasn't
and Al Yeargin.
teams in the 300-yard medley re- quite as severe last Saturday, Of City Diamond DramaStage Arnold, who's slight frame belies

lay with the combination of Dick however, as 36 enthusiastic golfers his grid versatility, was regarded -

Wentworth, Walden and" Demas teed off in the weekly Blind hands at the Naval Air Station who have followed as one of.the standouts on

taking first place. Bogey tournament.The Jax Naxy in the exciting second half City League drama the '52 eleven. He was a bulldog

Ed Lucitt again displayed his winning number, 80, was have their fingers crossed in hopes that no "cues" will be on defense and should find the

prowess on the three-meter div- shared by three entrants, Comdr. missed as the local nine enacts the final page of the "cr/pt" offense chores equally as pleas-

ing board with a second place Harry Harty (87-7)( ), W. H. Wal- at Woodstock' Park tonight!! and Friday. I ing.One
finish. ker ((100-20)'and) Bob Donnellan co-siamng with the fliers in of the bigger "boys" undergoing .
(90-10)( ). the diamond drama will be Hard- ford came across standing.The the strenuous practice

Second place wasn't as crowded age & Sons, currently leading the always dangerous John drills is Center Everett Crews, a'
Insufficient Entries with two men sharing the loop with a 10-3 record. Jax Navyis Sike rapped a single through lithe 200-pounder who performed
the box to the I far da
Closes Net Tourney spotlight. Charles Summit ((81- lodged in second position at 83. for open safely go very capably Under Coach Dave
seventh the only off
Lack of entries in the Main- 5)) and John Rentz (83-7)) tied Jax Navy wins in both games Hopper. lIe was craned, however Barksdale last year.
side Intramural Ironman Tro with a 76. would give Coach Frank McCaf-
to steal Record
nice "end of the season"present. attempting:
phy Tennis League forced can- frey a
Low gross honors were pickedup on a fine throw by Tommy Mc- GE
cellation In quest of the decisions Says-Don't Shoot.
of the fall event, by Lcdr. J. H. Irrabino who Crone.
will be Jim Eason and
Special Services announced late southpaws
of 38 and Until
last week. put together rounds Bill Hopper. Hopper had the Hardage hitters Coast Is Clear

Fasron Six was the sole en- 39 for a low, of 77.. Hardage I* expected to counter off balance all evening.! He struck Ever have the urge to go

try. It was pointed out, how- with Max Long and either out 11 and faced only 29 batters, through that slow foursome in

ever that should Fasron Six Bobby \VaIU or skipper Wilbur walking none. you? The third in a series of
time for In twinner at Golf Etiquette rules tells you
finish less than first at the end MrCullough. Starting a Sunday the
of Fall IMT competition, where both frays Is 2000 and there i Is Naval Air Station, Jax Navy to curb the desire.
tennis no admission price raked Post Nine pitching for 25 RULE THREE
points would enable It to ;'
overcome the leader, the Fas- : ; Should Hardage sneak in a victory hits and 12-0 and 13-2 decisionsJim No player should play tmtll
ronites have the prerogative of '' '." .. :;: ,: in either game, a best-of-flve I Eason and John Rubinowskl the players In front are out of
challenge.Still ', .".,,,': .'," .<< playoff would be forthcoming, ''I went the five-inning distances for rang<
included '. ..'..: with the Initial tilt slated for the victories.
on the Fall ;
;< I
((11 Mason Field, A double win
', ,
Iron ,
Man Trophy agenda are b t>w .''Zd :JJ
by the foe would also necessitatea
volleyball, touch football and
similar round robin between first
and second half champions.

Hopper, the "left winger" from +
Former AAU Champ NATTCenter AGO School, chastised 3 ..

Hardage, 3-1. with a deft
Diving For Fliers 'lot.' one-hitter last week in his first :

Compiling diving points for : .. ANr start of the season.
Jax: Navy's varsity swimmingteam ; : W.Y'jJw. Jax Navy' slipped Into a 1-0)

in recent Southeastern Unit- .; i:' advantage In the second as Long
ed States meets has been Ed Lu Jt,-.:: ,.: ..... free-passed Dick Knoblauch and .n. I Ir
citt of Aviation Ground Officers ..".... ". and Abelson slapped a three-

School at NATTCenter. AI!' s ... baser to right. First baseman r ;
:: Fred Kllpatrick muffed Knob- '
! Lucitt has an enviagle record as x1T
a diver. He finished second in 'M: .. lauch's foul fly to present the

platform diving in last year's Am- ,,.., ..i/1Ii! _. coring chance
ateur Athletic Union Champion- Neely's triple and a single to M

ships while swimming for the ,.,.,. right by Coughlin made it 2-0 in
Los Athletic Club the fifth. The Fliers missed a ,
Angeles one / ;
of the outstanding tank teams of 'k- chance to score on an ensuing sin- ;,:'.

. the Nation.As ._ ___ gle by Bob Home and an outfield .
a member of the Universityof w. DIVER-A new boot, but Knoblauch fanned for -: S:, s
Southern California squad he comer to Jax Navy swimming the third out. :: ; ?4
captured the Pacific Coast Conference circles catered in the Men's The foe got one back in the low- .' t--t: :.
." title In a three meter City Championships Friday at er half without a base hit. Short-
Springfield Pool is Ed Lucitt
stop Lucky Luttrell threw highon
event a year ago. of AGO School.
Lucitt finished first in the Lucitt NATTCenter was second In the National Wilton Stafford's sharp groun- /, :. -. -" -..,... ...
Crackerland Championships at AAU high platform and der, allowing the Hardage receiver SIGHTS SET-This trio of Jax Navy riflemen are wlDdIal"
Athens, Ga., and second in the springboard diving champion- two bases. Kilpatrick rolled up practice for the National Rifle Championship at Camp Perry.
ships last year while competingwith weakly to first, but McIntosh loft- Ohio, Aug. 20-25."Left to right are Rollle Dufresne, team captain
Palmetto Championships at Co- the Les Angles Athletic Pete Bessette, and Dick Stephan. Bessette will also compete in
lumbia, S. C., for Jax Navy. Club. ed to Abelson in right and Staf- the large-bore championships at Camp Perry, Aug. 30-Sept 7.



Eight JAX AIR NEWS 13 August 1953.

rmm:& Big Thing In Shaving, It Says Here, K-Vefs Jobs In Given Civil Back Service Old

(Items offering for sale articles Is To Keep 'Attitude' Sharpened"You Washington (AFPS)-Korean

of property such as washing mach- veterans who held Federal jobs

ines, automobiles, furniture, radios, shave this morning?" when they entered service can
clothing and thelike, are prohibitedby "Yessir." have their old jobs back, or re-

Defense Department regula- Sound familiar It should, for, according to the Pal Blade ceive similar assignments, no
tions. This column will, however, Research Institute, the average serviceman shaves 25,000 times Personnel are Invited to visit matter whether they had per-

list such services-as available during his Service career. And thereby, says the institute, hangsa the USO Servicemen's Club at 37 manent or Indefinite tenure.

housing, rides wanted and lost and tale or face, if you prefer. West Monroe st., open from 0930 The Civil Service Commission -
found articles or other similar The big thing in shaving, aside from your face, we are In- to 2330 daily I has issued a new regula-
notices.) formed, is your attitude. And that's it in a nutshell. If you have tion covering this situation.
FOR RENT the right attitude you've got it made-the shave, that is. Thursday, August 13, 1900 i I Korean veterans previously had

Unfurn 2 bdrm apt, $75 mo, 2983 As long as you have to get up, and it's Junior Hostess Training Class; restoration rights only If they

Gilmore, ph. ext. 512, Mrs. Hes petty much of a certainty you do. you mightas ,,4rt'I 2000-Progressive Table Games.I had left permanent-type jobs.

ter. well be pleasant about it. (That's what Friday, August 14, ,1800-Cafe To qualify, Veterans must be

Unfurn 5 rm home, 6418 103rd St, they said.) This pleasant attitude as you 'Z Italiano, spaghetti dinner for 35c, honorably discharged and make
ph. 2-8700, Mr. Poteat. shiver your way into a pair of shower clogs application within 90 days afterleaving
Furn apt, ph. 7-8223, 7-4788, Mrs. or boots; fight your way into a hot and candlelight and music; 2000- the Service.

Dodd. crowded latrine or head, will make for a Juke Box Revue

Furn 3 rm apt, $25 mo, ph. 112-8- good shave and a pleasant day. Saturday, August 15, 0930-All
3524, Mrs. Jenkins. Once you have the attitude it is safe to day picnic to Fernandina Beach Civil Service

Furn rm, single or dble, 1447 proceed. But just before you do check the
and Fort Clinch. Open House at
Avondale, ph. 2-:>930, Mrs. man next to you to make sure he has the "attiude" too. He mightnot Lists Local
Club 2000-Dance to the musicof I
Schultz. like people who have "attitudes" in the morning. ; I ,

Furn 2 bdrm apt, avail. Aug. 13, Again we are set to proceed. Grasping your shaving brush the NAS Jumpin' Jax.
Outside JobsThe
ph. 2-0291, Miss Hanks. firmly in your right hand-or .left if you .are a switch hitter- Sunday, August 16, 1000 -

Furn 3 rm apt, $12.50 wk, 140 apply lather. If you prefer the brushless type-simulate the Dunking Round Table, free coffee Civil Service Commissionhas
Schofield St, ph. 6-7876, Mrs. aforementioned action. Apply lather evenly, rubbing in a clock-
and donuts 1100 Off to
; -
Flynn. wise motion. announced a position vacancyfor

Furn 3 rm apt, ph. 8-1760, Mrs. Now secure your weapon. Pleace in palmof Church; 1400.-:Symphony Hour; Supervisory AdministrativeOfficer
1700 Vesper Services.
Ballentlne. left or right hand. Tighten fingers simul- GS-10,. in the Public

Share home with lady, $50 mo, .. .;. taneuously until weapon is secure in place. Monday, August 17, 1900-Glee Works department, NAS Jax.
105 W. 44th St, ph. 3-4580, Mrs. ." Check for head space. Cutting edge should C 1 u Rehearsal. ; 1930-Frank i
Hamlin. now be towards face. Remembering to keep Puskas teaches ChampionshipPing I The position pays $5500 to $6250

Furn 6 rm house, $50 mo, ph. /:1'J your attitude at its previousy mentioned' Pong. per annum" and interested per-

112-8-4853, Mrs. Smith. \\1 level proceed with cutting action. Tuesday, August 18, 2000-Surprise sons should submit Standard
4 rms, day or week, 2601 Park, ,\ Cutting should not be done at theNom' Party. Form 57, properly completed, to

ph. 8-2770, Mrs. Houston. oblique. Never hold straight up and down. Wednesday, August 19, 2000- the Industrial Relations Depart

Small furn. apt, $40 mo, 285 Cor Cadence is a help in this operation, partic- Platter Parade; 2130-WJHP's ment, Building 907, U. S. Naval

inthian Ave., ph. 8-4235, Mrs. ularly until troops are firmly oriented. When Melody Ballroom broadcast direct Air Station, Jacksonville, Fla., as

Miller. finished, partner should check for malfunctions* making sure cut from the USO Club. soon as possible,. but not later
Share home with lady, 2854 Corinthian surface i is smooth and dressed right. than August 31.

. ph. 8-4235, Mrs. Miller The last step Is optional. After-shave prepaartion mayor .

Furn 2 rm apt, ph. 2-3808, Mrs. may not be applied. Choice remains with unit commanders.For Accounting positions, from GS7 -

Dorman. those not shaving due to unusual circumstances, a new : to GS-11, are available at the
Furn 2 bdrm apt, 2636 Myra, ph. manual-"The care and feeding of shrubbery"-is being prepared. f + Sacramento Air Material Area,

7-8516, Mrs. Cowart. (AFPS). McClellan Air Force Base, Sac-

Furn 3 rm apt, $14 wk, 3131 Nolan ramento, Calif.
ph. 8-6502, Mrs. Green. j
The Puget Sound Naval Ship-
Furn 2 bdrm cottage, 8623 New Rods and i iJ yard, Bremerton, Wash., .announces -
York Ave, ph. 112-8-3651. Mr.
positions for. Naval Architects
Stark. ",. -
GS-5 to GS-9; for Mechanical -
Furn 2 rm garage apt, 4349 San Itfimrods
Engineers, GS-5 to GS-9; and
Juan, ph. 2-7197, Mrs. I'.once.
for Machinists
Foundry Chipper, ,
2 turn 4 rm apts, ph. 5-8079, Mr.
1 Pattern Makers, Rubber Workers,
Lindquist.Rms (This is the second in a series Ing one that is as tall as the user. Sheetmetal Workers, Ship Fitters,
in private home, 529 Kings- '. and Toolroom Ma-
c 3f: articles on fishing in waters New materials are being used to Shipwrights,
ley Ave Mrs. Wirhowsky. the Air Station chanics.
j adjacent to Naval -
Unfurn bungalow, ph. 2-5224, Mrs. j ). give strength with very little *

Harris. Bass fishing, for either the dub added weight. Other vacancies, the majorityof
FOR SALE There are three or four stand- them mechanical
engineering or
the consists of bait
I or expert,
Sell GI Equity $850.00 in 2 bdrm I casting, spinning or fly rod. The ard makes of reel, all designedto occur at the Naval Ordnance
house, 212 W. 43rd St, Laurel
I casting rod and reel probably en- store the line on a spool or to Plant, Pocatello, Idaho; District
Terrace, ph. ext. 8232 or 5-0221 .
Public Works Office, Seattle,
joys wider use than either of the
unspool it rapidly with a mini-
evenings, Mr. McCullough.
Wash. Naval Station
two other methods, although all ; Torpedo ,
3 bdnn house 1419 Magnolia of tangle.
three mum Keyport, Wash.; Assistant Indus
are .
Circle 8-5491 or ext. 8323, *
ph. 'Wash.
bamboo rod trial Manager, Seattle, ;
Originally a long
Lcdr. Cox. The weight of the bait suppliesthe District Headquarters, Seattle,
was used, as long as seven feet,
S bdrm house, $900 down payment but this was shortened by cus- power to unspool the line. N Wash.; and at MSTS, North Pa-

$52 mo, ph. 8-6548 or 2-9469, tom until the "southern" or One "bogey" for fishermen is the ['a$ cific Sub Area, Seattle, Wash,"

Mr. Caton. "brush rod" came into popularuse. backlash which occurs when the ; .
Sell GI Equity $950.00 In Lakeshore spool unwinds too fast to feed : ;,. M. ,
house, 5327 Baycrest Rd, t the line through the guides on Jax Braves Near
ph. ext. 759 or 2-3750, Mrs. Boy- the rod. It piles in coils and a .
trend is
ette. The today again grow- Sally Loop FlagWith
toward the livelier tangles.
ing longer
3 bdrm house, $64 mo. payment, 4 >a
less than month
rod of the experts favor- a play
ph. 2-3727, LtJg( ) Schark. many Pislol Championships ,'. CONE remaining in the Class A South
S bdrm house, 5144 Corsair Ave,
... .__.... .... __ ...._ Atlantic teague the Jacksonville
Venetia Terrace, apply 5136 Corsair 5'> >; ;>> "' x.
)' Attract Local Trio Braves continued to I solidify their
... Ave, Mr. Nielsen. fDIVlNEl
? Three pistoleers will representJax LESS NOW-Fan ted hold on first place as the runner-
trailer 9-5386 between -
1948 house ph.
9:00: a.m. and 11:00: a.m., I (( SERVICES)) Navy in the National Cham- death-over five feet of It-Is up Columbia Reds pursued In relentless

Mrs. Hunt. pionships at Camp Perry,. Ohio, displayed by Jimmy Lyons, anxiety.The .
MISCELLANEOUS Sunday Services at All Saints Aug. 20-25() with the addition of son of Comdr. William Lyons, Braves close out a three

Driving to Detroit, Michigan, and Chapel list the following sermons: C. J. "Stoney" Stone to the Industrial Medical officer: This game home stand with Macon_to-

Canada, August 17, ph. ext. 216 0830-"Is There Any Word From! group. Stone is from VA-175. ten-rattled diamond back was night at the Myrtle Avenue park
or 8184, Ed Henderson. The Lord?" by Chaplain Ackley. Bob Stringer and Ben Preston, cornered and captured near the and then Friday brace for a series

Riders wanted to Tampa, Clear- ? 1045-"The Forward Look" by both of NATTCenter, completethe southern perimeter of the station with Augusta which terminates
off Mustin Road. Sunday.
water, leave Friday, return Sun- Chaplain Gatlin. group.

day, ph. ext. 216 or 8184, Ed Protestant

Henderson.Lost 0830-All Saints Chapel. New Unit Into I I
: 17 Jewel Auto-wind Richard 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel.' II AE Schools Put Testing Operation

wristwatch in swjmmlng pool 1045-All Saints Chapel
shower, ph. 8-2847 or Special Catholic Aviation Electrician Schools at and duplication of effort. then tabulating records of the

Services, Cecil Field, J. J. Zienta. Sunday-0830; 1000-Mass, St. Naval Air Technical Training With the advent of the unit, results on each question by the

Baby sitting, evenings or days, Edward's Chapel.Saturday080oMds.. Center have put into operation a formally called AE Schools TBM unit, and finally recompiling -
Testing Office, each and every
ph. 7-8223 or 74788Mrs. Dodd. new testing unit whereby all tests the questions to a near perfection
test in all is given
0630 Mass. phases a
1775 Daily- -
Baby sitting, day or evening,
for both Class "A" and "B" school for test.
Hamilton, ph. 8-4956, Mrs. Ad- Sunday-Mass at Hospital Cha- I complete going over validityand
die. pel, 1645. tests are compiled, administered, difficulty of questions, and In all its ultimate stages the

Will baby sit day or evening, ph. Mormon1930WednesdayN and evaluated by-one central of- changed with each new devel- testing unit will handle some 90
8-5759, Mrs. Joyce. A T T C fice, under the direction of Chief opment in the curriculum.The tests, both performances and com-

Will care for children, daytime, at Chaplain's office. Radio Electrician John Carlson. actual operation involves prehensive. It is a never ending

own home. Mrs. Schulz, 409 .. Christian Science1900TuesdayNATTC Prviously the two schools op- submission of questions, by the process of evaluating the trainIng -

Campbell Ave., Orange Park; Chap- erated with separate units, which various schools, compiling into and testing each student re

Ph. Orange Park 112-8-2241. lain's office. left room for non-standardization tests, administering to students, ceiv 's.Page .