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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 27, 1953
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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Donate Twice The Amount Asked


I Personnel Here Respond Quickly To Urgent Plea For '0' Type Blood I



When the Jacksonville mer Armed Forces Blood Blood Bank had run out of put out the call.

Blood Bank sounded a call Center here to donate dou- this particular t y p e of At the close of the working -

last Thursday for 100 pintsof ble the amount asked for. blood and volunteers were day personnel from the tlo
"0" type blood, it met The request for donations not filling the need. ,

with a heartwarming: response reached Capt. Captain McCaffree immediately Jacksonville Blood Bank

here at NAS Jax. Burnham C. McCaf passed the wordto l loaded the jars of "0"

Civilian and military per- free, Commanding Officerof Capt. Warren E. Klein, type fluid in their truck

sonnel flocked to the 'for- NAS Jax, when the Jax senior medical officer, who and started back to town.

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Credit Union Sets -



$50,000 Goal J11lt :i '" HlJ S ,



By September 1 i ..
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This week the Jax Navy Fed VOL-11 No. 20 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville Fla 27 August 1953 NEW NARTU CO-Captain
John L. Counihan reads his or-
eral Credit Union has mailed out ders taking
upon over command -
informative letters of progressto of the Naval Air Reserve
Training Unit here. Captain
individual! members of the kr JP 'Red Counihan officially took over
organization.The Ripper'Pilot last Thursday.

letter, which reviews the

rapid growth experienced by the Gillespie: Captain Counihan

Credit Union since it was estab--

lished in July 1952, also illus ., ,1. Bags 'First'The Takes CommandOf

,
trates how
a small weekly save rocket
first "E" winner in

ings, including dividends, can the Jacksonville area since new NARTU JaxCapt.
multiply in a five and ten year rtt
period. and more stringent rules were de. John L. Counihan, Jr. assumed -

': ? ltl 4' vised for earning the award Is command of the Naval Air

It is figured that a $1.00 a week "', Korean veteran Lt.jg) Ed Cilles1- Reserve Training Unit at official

pie of VF-11 "Red change-of-command ceremonies at
savings will produce $274.04 in Rippers.
Hanger 113 last Thursday.
five years and $574.49 in ten Lt.jg( ) Gillespie is also believedto
Capt. Counihan, who comes here
years; a $2.00 a week deposit .
be the first pilot to have garnered from the Office of the Naval At-
will earn $546.51: in five
years the coveted rocket "E" in tache, American Embassy, London,
and $1,14986 in
ten years; $3.00a
the U. S. Atlantic Fleet Air Force relieved Comdr. Anthony Trusso,
week will total $818.83 in five
executive officer, who has been In
since the rules
years and $1,723.91 in ten new governing the
years; L
charge of the unit since the de-

$4.00 a week $1,092.99 in five _'_',' .,.... .','_........ m. aerial competition have been applied parture of Capt. Easton B Noble
and $2,299.97 in ten .
years years,
while KOREA VET DOES IT AGAIN-Lt. (iff) Ed Gillespie (left) last month.
$5.00 a week will amountto Fighter Squadron 11 pilot, has earned the first rocket "E" won in Instead( of placing new "E" Capt. Noble, commanding officerof
$1,366.36 in five years and the Jax since and harder for the feat have
area new requirements on the tide of his rzil" Banshee NARTU since November 1951,
in been established. At the left the strike markings
$2,875.21 ten years. These on plane are left
for duties commandIng
savings are all based on a 2% chalked up by Gillespie while in Korea. The pilot receives his jet, Ltjg( ) Glllesple's plane captain new as -
annual dividend.At orders here to report to Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent River, merely touched up the one officer of the aircraft supply
Md., from Lt. Owen Oberg, personnel officer. he won last year under the old ship, USS Jupiter
present about $44,000 has Second Jax Tour
rule before departing for Korea.
been loaned out, and is now Nine Courses On ProgramRegistration This is Capt. Counlhan's second
lie also garnered one for bomb-
earning interest sand, future Dividends assignment to NAS Jax. He came

for members.* Set Sept. 8-9 Ing Enough last year.missions were flown In (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 3))
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Korea by the Fleet Air Jax pilot
Although total assetl of the ''
against the Communists to make 0' 'Performance
Credit Union are now over $46- the strike markings on the side of '
000, the Board of Directors has For College Credit CoursesAgain his sleek Banshee an impressive.

set a $50,000 goal by September sight. Ratings Awarded
1 and is the
asking cooperationof
this fall, personnel here will have an opportunityto Shortly after learning of his
all 1,422 members in meetingthat those enroll in off-campus college extension courses, the Infor- success In the aerial rocket firing To Four At 0 & R

figure, particularly mation and Education department at NATTCenter has an- conducted by Fleet Air Jax squad'
people who had not made deposits nouneed. rons recently, Lt.Jg( ) Gillespie re Commendations for out-

since joining last year. Conducted by the General Extension ceived orders to report to the standing work performance
Collectors in the various departments Division of Florida, the offers four credits. All are fully Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent have been received by four

are authorized to accept extension classes will be open to accredited and will be accepted by River, Md., where he will put the employees of the Overhauland

deposits and conduct other all service personnel and their most universities and colleges newest and fastest Navy jets Repair department.David .

Credit Union business. This serv- dependents in the Jacksonvillearea throughout the country.Dr. through their paces. N. Lowery, Aircraft

ice has been developed for the and all civilian employees of John Miklos from the University Mechanic General, was pre

convenience of the membership.Those the various installations. of Florida will be on handon sented a meritorious civilian

who prefer to deposit at Registration is scheduled for days of registration to help Weekend Tide Table award certificate in recogni-

the Credit Union office are. reminded September 8 and 9, between 1600 students plan their program of High Low tion of his personal accom-

that it is located in and 2000, at the NATTCenter study. In the meantime, further plishments of high value to
Building 40, and open Wednes- Technical' Library, Building 501. information may be obtained from A.M. PM. A.M. P.M. this activity and to the Navy.

day through Friday from 1330 to Courses Mill be flue month In the Information and Education Sat. 11:27: 11:47: 4:55: 5:37: 1 \

1730 and on Saturday, 0800 1o length, and will cost $16.00 each. office, Building 500, extension Sun. 12:24: 5:51: 6:43OFFCAMPUS : Other out.tandlngperform-

1200. There is a clerk on duty Arrangements have been made 8388. ance ratings were issued to

during those hours.Carrier for students to pay $6.00 upon Ira Blue, Metalsmith Aviation;
registering, and the balance by L ybwMwRR'aNo Elmer E. Hilbrant, Aircraft

the third class session. Accessories and Equipment
Saipan Repairman, and William II.
The nine courses expected to be p

offered this fall are: U. S. Historyto Stone, Aircraft Disassembler.

Mayporf Visitor 1865; Basic Mathematics I; : (See Picture Page 8)
Basic Mathematics II General
; S6bW
.n, k. a i
This WeekThe Psychology; Effective Speaking; Lowery, who received his

Personnel Management; Written i I' commendation personally from
9 r:
aircraft carrier USS Sal- v
Communications I and II, and $ tka Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree,
pan (CVL-48)) arrived at May-
officer had
Family Living. commanding previously
Carrier Basin
Turning
port
Courses offer three college credits been awarded a merit-
Sunday morning for a short
except Mathematics which >; orious increase for, superior
stay in the Jacksonville area. 4
ability and accomplishmentwithin
Liberty was granted duringthe
Weather ReportDon't his trade, and two con-
day for a number of per-
sonnel attached to the 14,500- look now, but. we'll give ,, secutive "Outstanding" perfor.
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just to what the mance ratings.
one as
you guess
ton which loaded aboard
ship, I .
weather man has in store for us I -i4 *
VMA-324 before departing for
,
this weekend. Jupe Pluvius, who Blue, who is presently as
sea Monday.
is staying longer than the Man -- high as he can go in his rating,
will be conductedoff
Operations Who Came to Dinner, will be COLLEGE CONFAB-"The University of Flo- received a letter of commen-
the Florida coast for about with rida Offers You College Courses", says the pamphlet held by Lt. dation while Hilbrant and
one week by the flattop, which us again. Vito Maggadino\ (center), Information and education officer at ,
was named for the bitter battle Friday and SaturdayScattered NATTCenter. At left'is Andrew N. Dow, students' counselor and Stone were promoted to the
for Saipan Island in the Mar. showers in afternoon, slightly 'at right is Alljrn Litherland, math Instructor of ANP( ) School position of aircraft mechanic
warmer. and the The three educational representatives aredrawing general, for which they were
ianaa during the summer of up final plans for the college extension courses which
1944. Sunday-Slightly warmer, scat- will commence late in September. Registration will be held Sept. qualified and had previouslyheld.
tered showers, light SE winds. 89. .


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,J1I K :flU I tut t s Captain( CounihanContinued from Pare 1))

here as an instructor: In 1940 And I

was one. of the officers to put -
rag 3.
Published every Thursday for Nny aifd Marine acthltlei at Naval At the station into commission. t 8
Jacksonville, Kla.) ,
Station,
i
I A native of Norwich Conn..
11 A3, JatkaotllUCapt.
Burnham C. MeCaffree ............................Commanding Officer Capt. Counihan graduated from
Comdr. James IL Armstrong; ......... .................!......Executive Officer
the Naval Academy in 1932, and
Heel Air JatfciaatUURear
Adm. Oiborne B Hardlson ................................Commander served aboard the USS Louisville
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins 'oo ...... .......oo... .................Chief of Stat
the USS Indianapolis and the USS
Flttt Air MlBf Eleven:
Capt Arthur S. Born ...........................................Commimder Raleigh. In February 1936, he reported -
Comdr. Joaepb T. Them ton .. ........,.....................Chief Staff Officer I
to NAS Pensacola for flight ,
Teta'alral I ,
Naval Air Traialac CeaterCapt. $
ur mr-h i,, .... .fnmin niiinr| Officer training, and won his wings in w 1 I
sri'll S. r--.7:7.-: : : : : ; .:.::::....Executive Officer
:Kanl nllpllal : April 1937.Colorful itt

Tapt. Edward S. Lowe u--u.i-m.ui. ... .. .... ... -.--PnmnnndinK Officer I Career :. ,
Capt. L. A. Newton .. ... lo'weeuUve Officer
He has also served as commandIng -

Capt. John L. Counihan. ... .... .. ..HABTO........._...._........ .......... .....Commanding Officer officer of VC-6, as CommanderAir 1,
Comdr. Anthony Truaao ......................................Executive Officer officer
Group 80, as executive
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The JAX AIR NEWS U published! weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station of the USS Altamah'a, as executive tfr
Jacksonville. Hoi Ida. and printed commercially with non-app ropriated funds officer of the USS Enterprise as t
nt no expenne to the government and In compliance with NAVKXOS F-33: Rev.
Nov. 1Mb.:>> Copies are distributed free of charge at the Nan! Air Station the commanding officer of the USS
Naval Air Technical! Training Center Naval Air Resene Training Unit, t4avalAir of
Station Cecil Held and the U. S. Nasal Hospital Wasp and as executive officer
Editor-Andrew IL Planey NAS San Juan Puerto Rico. In "KANAKA l'tIARINES"-Galnlnr a name for themselves as
Assistant Editor-Helen Harper F.dltor-John Charvat, AN; Staff July 1947 he assumed command entertainers both at NATTCenter and at civic and charity func-
Reporters-Ed Henderson. FNSN; Milled Home. SM; Gordon Robbie, SN; tions in the Jacksonville area are these Marines from Marine
Cliculatlon-DUtrlbutlon-Marge Fusco. JU3; Vivian' Knox SA. of the Naval Air Facility there. Aviation Detachment at the Center. AH it takes is a ukelele and
.
The JAX AIR NEWS la a member cl the Armed Forces Press Service
Capt. Counihan has completedthe tune and the Ilawaiians are off on a sonjfest. From
:AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted without left to debt
the written permission of Armed Forces Press Service Re ubl1caUon of othermatter senior course at the Naval War are Privates First Class Robert Davidson Donald Sison David
except by en vice publications la prohibited out permission of Kakoehanohano, George Fernandez, Franklin limo, Billy Holstein -
Editor, JAX AIR NEWS. College Newport, R. I., and in
extensions 8184 Carl Nacion John Benson Frank Coehlo (back of Benson)
Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside Phone in ,
ordered to
June 1949 was duty
and 216.SS. John Ilalli Richard Wong and Eddie Tanaka (back of Wong).
the Office of the Chief of Naval


Civil Relief Act Can served Operations.in the During Organizational this tour Research he- Reserves Of Keep Tax Relief

and Policy Division, and On Combat Pay

was assigned to the Aviation Midwest East
Congress passed an act retaining
,
Answer Estate ProblemsThis Plans Division among other duties. !
in force two minor tax
Following the reading of his orders Drill HereEach exemptions in the Korean com-

Capt. Counihan greeted the
la the third in series of article pertaining to the Soldiers when bat zone. The life of two se-
( a group, and conducted an inspection summer, a Navy Re-

end Sailors Civil Relief Act ol19,O). : of the officers and men. serve squadron gees on' its annual curity servicemen low provisions applyingto
including the
Personnel concerned with realtsta.te ,
obligation secured by a mortgage two weeks active duty training $160-a-month credit
wage was
problems will find that the Seek Applications For
trust deed or other security in thenature period it's a pretty sure bet that also extended.The .
Soldiers and Sailors Relief Act of
of a mortgage arising out Two Marine\ Schools
1940 offers valuable and detailed the, personnel involved will make a two exemptions dependon

benefits. The following informa- of non payment of any sum due or Washington (AFPS)-The Marine sort of professional chowder. the continuance of combat

tion might help in ironing out out of any other breach of the Corps wants applications zones. They would be extended -

problems that might arise at any terms thereof'occuring prior to or from EM for two of its service Fighter Squadron 811 of Minneapolis to Jan. 1, 1955, a year be-

time. during the period of such service schools Airborne Intercept Operator Minn.;, and Attack Squadron yond their old expiration date

REAL ESTATE-No person who the court may at the hearing, in .School and Aerial Navigation 913 from Squantum Mass., of Jan. 1, 1954. The combat

its discretion, on its own motion, School.
both zones are proclaimed by the
has received a deposit or Install- currently conducting their
and shall application to it: (a) Graduates of the former school President and it is believedthe
ment under a contract for the pur- fortnight of training here each
,
stay the proceedings, or (b) make will be assigned to Marine all- truce will have to get much
chase of real or personal property have the ingredients of such a
such other disposition of the case weather Squadrons with the F3D firmer than it is now before he
from a person who, after the date chowder,
of said installment, has enteredthe as may be equitable unless in the kynight, in which the operatorsits would proclaim an end to com-
opinion of the court the abilityof next to the pilot and assists bat zones.Siudent.
Naval service shall exercise
Included In their combined
crews
the defendant to comply with him.
any right or option under such are engineers mail carriers, musicians -
I the terms of the obligation is not : Duty with a Marine Transport
contract to terminate the contractor commercial airline
policemen -
materially affected by reason of Squadron as a navigator awaits Cost Lowest
resume possession of the pro-
pilots machinists lawyers
his naval aervice. the graduate of the latter school.
perty for non-payment of any Installment A LEASE involving a person in I store owners and employees, artists For A, B Schools
or'for other breach
any carpenters firemen, fend along
the Naval service may be terminated -
of said contract during the period According to figures publishedIn
I list of others with diversity
by a notice in writing to that OUT-PAT/ENT/ CLINIC a -
Chief of Naval Air Technical
a
of such person's Naval service Unless .
effect delivered to the lessor at of occupations.
it be done by an action for REVEALS NUMBERS Training Newsletter it was divulged
Members of the Squantum group
any time following the date of the
Air Technical
that in a court of com- that the Naval -
purpose
beginning of such Naval Telephone numbers 2.7755 hail from cities like Boston to
persons had' the
Center here
Training
petent jurisdiction.IN' ervice. and 2-7756 have been assignedto hamlets like Rockport, and even

ANY proceedings commenced This is provided that (a) such the Out Patient Clinic Naval "across the border" from Strat- lowest cost-per-student for both

in any court during the period lessor covers premises occupiedfor I Hospital in an effort to im ham New Hampshire Woodmont "A" Schools and "B" Schools.

of Naval service to enforce an dwelling, professional business, prove the services of this de- Connecticut and Providence, Cost statistics released by Naval

partment.All Rhode Island. Training Command gave the following -
or agricultural purposes (b) such

) lease was executed prior to entry dependents are requestedto figures for NATTCenter's"A"

:(DIVINE) Into the Naval service or (c) use these numbers when requesting Nor are all VF-811 personnel Schools: Aviation Storekeeper

) premises so leased and occupied appointments or con- Minneapolitans, for this squadron $558.88; Aviation Ordnance

. \SERYICESJ' tor such purposes and by such per- ducting business with the Out draws from Minnesota towns such $7".37; Aviation Electrician

son or by him and his dependents.The Patient Clinic. Approximately as Brainard, Lesueur and Mankato $1037.29.

Rev. Don A Cook superintendent notice terminating the lease 250 calls are received in this and from out-of-state towns Aviation Ordnance "B" School

of Jacksonville District of may be made by mail to the lessoror department each day. If lines like Madison Wise., Cincinnati here showed 11865.45 per student

the Methodist i Church will his agent. Where the lease calls are busy personnel are asked Ohio and Aberdeen, S. D. While Aviation Electrician "B"
!
preach Sunday morning at the for monthly payments, the ter- not to hold or wait but dial The two units will return to School was third with $2545.25.MAINSIDE : .

1045 Service in All Saints Chapel. mination shall not become effective back. their respective home bases next

During World War II, Dr. until thirty days after the weekend.

Cook served with the Army in first date on which the next rental ,
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the Pacific as a Chaplain and payment is due, and payable sub- i "" .W :; "0;

is still a reserve Chaplain.Dr. sequent to the date when such
c
Cook's sermon theme will! notice is delivered and mailed.

be, "Beyond the Call of Duty' The lessor may also obtain modification .

Lcdr. Richard Watson will sing, of the above provisions Thiirs., August 27

"Teach Me To Pray" by O'Hara. garding the termination of a lease v):: I Ramrod ...................... Joel McCrea
Sunday School will begin at where it is justified in the opinionof
FrI. 28
August
All Saints Chapel Sunday Sept. the court.
Diamond Queen. Fernando Lamas
33 at 0930. Persons in the Naval service and
Protestant .. Sat., August 29
dependents of persons in the ser- 0830-All Saints Chapel. Belle of the
vice are protected against foreclosure
0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. or the enforcement of any Yukon .._......?....... Dinah Shore

0930-Sunday School. lien for storage of household aM NATTCENTERThurs.

1045-All Saints Chapel. goods furniture and personal effects ., August 27 .

Catholic during such person's Naval j c : Sky Commando ........ Dan Duryea

Sunday-0830; 1000-Mass, St.Edward's service and for three months Fri., August 28

) Chapel. thereafter in the same manner as Ramrod ..__................ Joel McCrea

Saturday0800Maas.Daily0630Mass. applied to mortgaged property. jrif', _* Sat., August 29

4 Diamond Queen .. Fernando Lamas
Sunday-Mass at Hospital Chapel An elderly woman had been J. $. NAVAL HOSPITAL

I. 1645. given a birthday party each year II Thurt., August 21

Mormon1930WednesdayN at which she usually received NorthwestStampede
RESERVISTS AT WORK-Combining their dissimilar talents

A T T C knicknacks for her home. When and experience as they work on one of their squadron's aircraft .............. James Craig
Chaplain's office. she reached 90, a friend asked are these three reservists spending their annual two-weeks of active Frl., August 28
duty training at NAS Jar..Left to right are professional
Christian StieaH100cTueadayNA'n'C her what she wanted. mu-
Commando
Sky ........ Dan Duryea
sician ADEAN ADEAN
Paul Rigley, ; Roger Harney, truck driver
I won't
kiss
Chap "Just give me a so and Don Adelman ADP3, salesman. All are members of VA-91J St, August 29

Iain's office. have to duet it," said the old lady- from Squantum, Mass. Ramrod ..._..__.._. Joel ), eCroa
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27 August! 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three



Itt( ;',WMJ( I l + a cfY + Better Training For Pilots


1 fij'LL

1 ; ? 4 Via New Instrument Unit :

f. \
An instrument flight training: unit in which Fleet Air Jackson.

vile pilots can receive the bulk of their Instrument training Is now 1

"11 by"" All children go througha being developed by Fasron Six.
Intended to better.train fleet
period when we are convincedthat fleet all weather flight schools.
Is the only word they know. pilots and to standardize the degree Lcdr. Tull has completed both

When they come to "How" we P S of proficiency necessary to the course at ,the Fleet All Weather '

look for more mental growth. a hold an instrument rating, the new Flight School at Key: West
Judging from the titles in the library unit has been placed under the and at Corpus'ChristI!, Texas.
catalog, civilization has : supervision of Lcdr Haskell B. .

come to that point! You may re- Tull, and Is now located in Hangar
call that the classification system 114.

used divided knowledge into ten V5 Previously, in order to meet the
classes. Only in the history class Navy policy that each pilot be
did we find this "How" lackingbut checked annually to insure his

we submit for your perusal capabilities are sufficient to holdan

selections from all other classes. instrument rating, pilots within
RESPONSIBLE FOR ACD PANEL-Instructors from Aviation
General (OOO's)-How To ReadA Electrician School, Class (B), at NATTCenter surround their new each squadron checked one an
Newspaper. ly constructed training aid, the "Alternating Current Demonstration other.la. Personnel are invited to visit
rhlioAophy (100'1)) How To Panel". They are (left to right) Jack Barabercer, AEC;James the future the instrument the USO Sen Iremea's Club at 37
Hauth, ICC; William Flory, AEC; Kenneth Solomon, AEC, and
Make Your Emotions Work For Clarence Ammons, AEC. Bamberger is primarily responsible for training unitHill, check all pilots West Monroe St., open from
You; How To Worry Successfully Ute device and was assisted by the others. where practicable: and Insure 0930 to 2330 daily

Roligloa (200') How The uniform instrument rating. 27 2000
Build Demonstration Unit Thursday, August --
Great Religions Began With about one third of the assigned Training Class for new Junior
'
Sociology (SOO's)-How To Un- complement of SNB, JRB, Hostesses; 2000-Taffy Pull.

derstand Propaganda; How To ABB( )) School Instructors and TV-2 type aircraft already received Friday, August 29-1800-Cafe
Plan Your Financial Security.Language and the arrival of a number Italiano, spaghetti for only 35c a
\ instructors, the unit is fast
new 2000-Juke Box Revue
(tOO'I-now) To Use plate;
English; How To Talk Well approaching its planned opera Saturday, August 29-1000-

Science (500's)-How To Know Simplify Electrical Theory tional stage. Open House, TV, Library, Ping
American Mammals. Several of the instructors are Pong, Table games; 2000-Dancing -
multi-engine pilots and two have to records.
Applied Science ((600'tInowTo ) The Phase Two section of Aviation ,
Stop Smoking: ; How To Make Electrician School Class (B) and to what extent. had experience with civilian air Sunday, August 30 -1000 -
This training device developed lines, but the majority will be Round Table
free donuts
The Grade As Dad; How To In. Naval Air Technical Training Cent I Dunking ,
terview; How To Build Small ter, has revealed that the Ingenuity by Bamberger and his various assistants carrier pilots who have attended and coffee; 1100-Off to Church;
is bound to make practi 1430 Hour
selections
Boats of their instructors have madeit -Symphony ,
Fine Arts ('OO's-lIow To Listen to demonstratea cal work of Aviation Electricians As from French Operettas and La -
possible visually Primaquine Seen
To Music; How To Become A headache in their easier when handlingsuch probe Fllle de Madame Angot with La-
Good Dancer; How To Make Good curriculum.long existing lems in the fleet End to Malaria moureaux Orchestra, on record;
.
Pictures; How To Build Your Own Chiefly responsible for the development e Dr. Alf S. Alving, member of 1700.Vesper Service
House How To Survive On Land Chief Monday, August 31 1900--
; was Aviation Electric. Corpsman Upped( ( the National Research Council,
And Sea; How To Think Ahead ian Chief Jack M. Bamberger. His Warrant has stated that malaria now is Ping Pong Tournament< you must
Rank
In Chess. new device is properly named the no more a military problem be registered by Sunday night;
Literature ((800'.) How To 1900 Glee Club rehearsal, Bill
than shown in

"Alternating Current Demonstration There were a lot of rungs on the smallpox, as recent
CarryOn A Conversation; How Panel." ladder between Seaman and War- tests conducted at Ft. Morgan in charge.
To Hold An Audience Without A Tuesday, September 1-2000-
Knox, Ky.Professor.
rant Officer, but another made the
Rope How To Read And Hospitality night.Wednesday .
; Better While trial-teaching his self- top this week. He is Edward L. of medicine at the

Faster prepared advance lessons, Bam Murphy, Jr., formerly Hospital University of Chicago, Dr. Al September 2-2000
That sampling from the non- -Penny Party; 2130-WJHP's
berger recognized the requirements Corpsman, Chief Petty Officer, ving said primaquine, a drug,
ficUon includes the "for real" in Melody Ballroom broadcast direct
for a demonstration device which now Warrant Hospital Corpsman. had been given to malarial soldiers \
spite of the facetious tone of some from the USO Club.Wave .
would
visually prove the complicated Murphy entered the Navy on returning from Korea. The
of the titles. In the fiction, they t
theory taught from the plat April 2, 1941, and carried his sea. result, he said, is that the drugis
are purely "for fun. form. He designed the circuits and bag all over the Pacific Ocean a very good cure. Keeps '
How To Get From January To
fabricated a demonstration panel during World War II. He came The drug, synthetically pro.
December. (Only Will Cuppy could
equipped with sensitive meters and to the Naval Air Technical Training duced, was described as "not
do this one!) Family's NavyTradition
= provisions for plugging in resistance Center, Jacksonville, in Dec. toxic and just as harmless as a
How To Protect Yourself
capacity and inductance val- 1951, and has served on the staffof sugar pill." (AFPS)
Against Women And Other Vicissitudes.
ues. Used in conjunction with a the Center's Dispensary since.
signal generator and oscilloscope,
How To Succeed In Business the demonstrator offers visual TRADITION STRONG Keep Navy tradition runs strongin
Without Really Trying; How To proof of the theoretical phenomena ing up the family tradition, Phyl- the family of Phyllis Ann

Catch Fisherman. relative to alternating current with lis Ann the Enfinger administration, SA, is office serving of ''f k 4 i Enfinger, SA, with the Sdmin-

How To Travel Incognito; How series/parallel circuits taught at NATTCenter. Her father and six istration office of the Naval
Green Was My Father; How We the school. uncles are in the Navy. Her father Air Technical Training Center
Elect Our Presidents. (Will Rogers Is a chief boatswain mate aboard ,
subUe humor will give you a the USS Eltinge in the Far East. Phyllis' father, James Carlton .
What the three-weeks projectnow ____._____ __
w -u
chuckle, election year or not!) proves to the students is: Is a chief boatswain mateon
the USS Eltinge In the'Far
That line voltage may lead or lag
FRA Representative line currents in the same conductor East, and six uncles are in the

; that currents in two branchesof Naval Service. They are Carl

Off To National Confab a parallel circuit may differ in Edmundson, BMC, (ret);

Nominated for National vice phase angle; that one current component Com d r. Charles Kauffman;

president of the Fleet Reserve Association of a series circuit may Leo Harvey, MM1; James
and with a strong active. have a voltage develop across it Cook, RM2; Bruce Smith, DM-

duty vote backing, Talmage, D. A. far In excess.of the applied line 3, nnd George Nereo, MB1, in
Davis, assistant District Passenger voltage; that the circulating cur- >o ak the Seabees.
Transportation Administrator rent in a parallel circuit may be "They shift around so muchin

will leave here Sept. 2 to attend far in excess of the total line cur- the Navy I can't keep trackof

the National convention in New rent supplying it; that the frequency them," Enfinger said. She
York City, Sept. 47. of the voltage Impressedon was graduated from boot campat j

Davis is past Southeastern Reg. scries/parallel circuits affects Bainbridge, Md., in July,
tonal vice president of the assoc the impedance and phase angle, 1953.

iation, representing Florida, Georgia -

Alabama, South, "Mississippi Carolina,, East Tennessee Texas,, II Softlights, Foam Mattresses, Other Features For Ships Of Future I I I

Louisiana, all Atlantic overseas
areas and branches In Central and Norfolk, Va. (AFP3))-The tables in the messhall by dumb more space, and bunks have The improvements are the results -

South America. Navy has overhauled and con- waiter. In the messhall are new been reallocated. Beneath the of a two year survey
900 verted the USS Mere- covering 200 ships and an opine
There are approximately destroyer
type tables and benches smartly bottom bunks are new types of
Fleet Reservists in the Jax area, djth into an experimental shipan ion poll of 7,300 officers and
I upholstered in simulated lockers and sliding( draw-
most of them on active duty. effort to make living conditions gear men of the Atlantic Fleet. I
more desirable aboard leather. ers Although it cost a half mil- I
Bingo Every :MondayBingo ship. S e e C S lion dollars to convert the living I

games are held in the Sponge rubber mattresses The destroyer washrooms are Evea the armament has quarters, the restudy of I

EM Club, Building 593, every fluorescent lighting, more show equipped with small gear lock. changed with three-inch antiaircraft ships and their compliments _
Monday night at 2000. ers and wash basins, and new ers for toilet articles. Bulk guns replacing; the old may lead to an approximate
messing facilities are just a few heads and overheads will be 40-mm mounts 10 per cent reduction in the
SA: "Can you lend me five of the new features found painted in two-tone colors easy The "new" Meredith will havea number of men assigned to

bucks, for a month, old boy?" aboard the 2,200 ton destroyer. on the eyes. crew of 286 officers and men naval vessels The annual savings
8N "What does a month old boy Hot food will be transportedfrom The living compartmentshave -37 less than art assigned for the Atlantic Fleet alone {

want with five bucks?" the galley to the men at been designed to provide ships of her el..... could reach 100000000. ,



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Korea Duty For Keeping Up With Modern Electronics:



Marines UppedTo Four Courses In RudurFuetu



14 Months Unit
Offered By
Washington (AFI'S-The tour I

of duty for leathernecks servingin (This is 'the second of a series of six article on the varied course

Korea will gradually be increased offered by Fleet Airborne Electronics Training Unit, Detachment Two.)

from 11 months to 14 Operational radar training in > Classroom Instruction includes

months, according to the follow- APS sets 15, 19, 31, and 33, whichare practical application o( flight op.

ing announcement: issued by Gen. used in multi-engine or inter- erations familiarizing students

Lemuel C. Shepherd, Jr., Commandant t ceptor aircraft, are provided to with basic information since radar

of the Marine Corps: till personnel in this area through operating proficiency is dependentupon
a sound background of ,
equipment
"In view of the truce in Korea, four courses offered by the Fleet
and
operational experience. .
Airbourne Electronics Training
the Marine Corps plans to conduct
.
the future rotation of marines Unit. *
from Korea on a 'stretch-out' Rapid development of modern In'addition the student operatorwill

basis. Current rotation policy pro electronics equipment presents be given radar echo ranging,
Vides that combat marines serve RADAR INSTRUCTION-Radar set operation is being explained : many problems to fleet units and sound analogy, pulse facts and
approximately 11 months in Korea. by Dill Wunn, AT3, Faetu instructor to Chuck T. Brique- many of these questions are cover- typical functional radar lessons.
lear, AT3; John Ashenbrrnner, AT3, and Leonard Glidehill, AT3.
It is ed in the four courses given in Cathode tube
expected that this tour will The latter three are crew members from VA-105 who attended ray operations give
be increased gradually during the Faetulant radar classes In Building 913 last week. Building 913. different types of radar scope presentations -
next few months. and Interpretations of

"By about March 1954 it is I' the typical presentations.Actual .
an- VC-62, Fasron Six, VP-3 Report
ticipated that most marines will flights are made duringthe

be serving on 14-month tours in Squadrons I courses after instruction has
Korea, while 16-month tours may Scouting Jacksonville Area been given in an ultra-sonic trainer

finally be established, if such ex- which simulates flight conditionsover
tension of Korean service proves VC-62 Florida. These classroom
I
necessary. On Thursday August 20, VC-62 orders. The trio consists of George W. simulated flights provide much of
"The 'stretch-out1 rotation policy underwent its annual Administrative Wedding bells rang out recentlyfor Bever, AMC, from VA-175, Leo F. the valuable practice and exper-
continues the practice under whichall and Material Inspection. Rear George L. Nople, A03, Del Spurgeon, MNC, who previously I ience needed on dally hops.

marines due for discharge are Adm. Osborne B. Hardison, Com- Krasnesky, ATAN, and Louis Instructed at U. S. Naval Schools *

returned to the U. S. in ample mander Fleet Air Jax led the in- Tortora, PH3. Mine Warfare, Yorktown, Va., and Following the familiarization
time for their scheduled separa- spection party. He was accom Raymond E. Clever, MNSN, also checkout are eight hours of flight

tion from the service." panied by Capt. W. E. Klein, Com- Fasron Six:: from MN "A" School. training given to acquaint the operators -

FairJax Medical officer and Comdr. Native LoulKlanlan Doyle Glass, Two men checked back in after with procedure and functional -

Property Claim Bill l H. S. Klenk, commanding offi AM3,of Engine Build Up Division, being TAD to schools at Bain- problems..Along with radar
cer, VJ-62. has been selected "White Hat of bridge, Md. Just returned are Russell instruction, the student must fol-
Meets ApprovalThe Following personnel inspection, the Week" for his continuous good C. Golden, TESN, who attended low inter-communication system

right of a number of and inspection of VC-62 spaces, a work and skill in performing rou- TE "A" School and Posey A. procedures.
service personnel to file claims .group of officers from VF-62 con tine repair to naval aircraft. Conner, RMSN, who received six Along with the other radar

for reimbursement for personal ducted the administrative and ma- Enlisting in the Navy April months schooling at RM: "A" phases taught in the Faetu courses

property losses is virtually terial portion of the inspection. 1947, Glass received his recruit School. are atmospheric effects on radar,

assured, needing only Presi- After an inspection of nearly training at San Diego, and was Now that the last ball has been Jamming, radar deception and
dent Eisenhower's approval in three hours, VC-62 was assigned a later assigned to O & R, NAS, pitched for the season, the majority practical scope interpretation.
order for reinstatement.The numerical mark of 92.94. Markingby Jax where he spent the following of the team will try their *

bill, HR 2561, amends divisions was as follows; Photo- eight months. He served next with hand at touch football which will Those personnel desiring to attend
the Military Personnel Claims graphic 96.0, Maintenance 93.2, ATU-4 also of Jacksonville and soon get underway.In any of the four APS radar

Act of 1943 and gives a claim- General Administrative 93.0, Communications was later transferred with the the Veteran's Bowling Loop courses can be enrolled through

ant until two years after end 02.7, Operations 91.7, unit to Corpus Christl, Texas. In last week, Fasron's keglers were submission of a letter through
of the Korean conflict or two Material 91.2, and Executive 90.3. October, 1949, he returned to Jacksonville upset by the Donut shop 2-1 but regular channels. Additional information -

years after the loss occurredto A group of twelve men were for nine months duty with lengthened\ their first place lead I can be had by calling
file for repayment. The 1945 chosen by respective division .officers VA-134. lie has since served tours by a single game since "The Still" extension 8296 or 376.

act authorizes repayment for as being outstanding in pre- with VF-174, VF-173, and almost was shut out by Jax Terminal, Electronicsmen are best quali-
losses paredness for the personnel and completed two years with Fasron 30. Fasron
or damages of militaryor now leads the pack fied for the schooling since the
civilian locker inspections and general In- Six. by> three Don
personnels' property games. LaMay was proficiency of the operator depends -
incident to their service. terest shown. As a reward these Born in Winnsboro, La., Glass high on the home five's scoring greatly upon the extent of
men were given one day special attended Baskln High School, Bas- I column with top individual single his electronics background. Because

liberty. kin, La. He currently resides herein game of 203 plus the best three of the nature of the courses,
Designate VF31As The "welcome" mat was in use Jax with his wife Barbara and game; set of 543. Also over the however, various other ratings will
again last week as George R. eleven month old
daughter, 500> mark were Vic Cleplinskl with be accepted for training.
Burch, ADC, and William E. Mit- Cheryle. 505 and Ed Nehls with 502. To-
Area's FirstAllWeather chell, ADC, reported aboard from Next week the five electronics
Despite scattered showers, Fas- night the locals encounter Acme
NAS Anacostla Dean G. Shaw courses offered by Faetu Detach-
; ron Six's softball squad climaxedits Sewing Co. ,
AEAN and Clement M. Berovik ment Two will be explained.
Unit 53 season with a picnic last I
AEAN, came from NATTC, Jax; week at
Lake.
Kingsley Chow
was VP-S ... ........ ....
.c. "
Fighter Squadron 31 became the Donald 11. Bartels, AN, and Mau served under a barrage of rain The Coming Operational Readiness -
first all weather squadron to be rice E. Beck, ADAN reported drops but it made no difference to Inspection is keeping all
permanently based in this area as from the USS Megara ARVA)6) ; the local athletes who eagerly ate hands busy with 'preparations y.
.
.
so
ComAirLant issued official orders and Edward A. Lamoureux, PIICA, their fill Contributing to the enjoyment that the squadron may be foundto : s
designating the Commander Fleet arrived from Naval Photographic: of the event was a free- be in f.
perfect shape. Robert L.
Air Jacksonville unit for that purpose Center, Washington, D. C. for-all football game staged offshore I
Selby, YN1, and his "topside crew"
Word has-been received that the in approximately three feet I
have been burning lights at night,
new squadron insignia chosenfrom of
water.
The F9F-2 Panther which the getting the all-important at+ t.
paper
squadron flew during the first year entries submitted by the men Fasron's complement was increased work arranged,
including recordsof .
of the Korean action, was recently has been approved by CNO and I slightly over the week as : over 325 officers and men. Y.;. '

replaced by F2H-3 Banshees, an bids are now being accepted for three men reported in for duty. I All around the hangar can be Ojtl a .
all-weather fighter.
m., seen evidences of a crew striving
Intensive night and all-weather r" for the unit Navy "E", and whose

tactical training maneuvers are t ifFr; : ? slogan seems to be "do it, and do
currently being flown by squadron it right."
pilots in their F2H-3 Banshees in
l .;.,, Helen Stinson, wife of Dewey A.
effort to become
an familiar with
,i M ,r ;? Stinson, BM1, expresses her grati-
the units mission.As .
new
;0
tude
and
appreciation for the care
part of its preparation for at and comfort which was affordedher

future cruises, the squadron has during her stay in Ward RIO
been tentatively slated for ground of the Naval Hospital.
control interception exercises at : SS

NAS Key West. 4 New CPO
> Ratings ..
Another all weather jet fighter, r 'tk
Handed
the F3D Skynight, has been assigned To 2,832An J
:
t
to VF-11, althougll the : cs exact accounting from the !
'Red Rippers" have not been offi- Bureau of Naval Personnel reported 3I
cially designated as an all weather that 2,832 Regular and

squadron. ? Reserve enlisted men and wo-
-4 I. men were promoted to chief pet- ,
ADI: "Rookie, tonight, you and __ ..... me will sing a duel?" NEW DESIGNATION-Simulating an aerial maneuver with to a BuPers spokesman WATCH THE BIRDIE-Photographers -
ADAN: "You mean a duet A the F3D Skynight, an all-weather jet fighter, Is Lcdr. Larry' Flint, there is a possibility that to the contrary,
of VF-11 while Lcdr. Pau E. a few watching the birdie Is not always -
duel's where somebody gets hurt. skipper Schlegel;commanding officer additional
advancements
of VF-31 looks on. Both squadrons are currently flying: all- will be the best advice and
AD1: "Son, you never sang with made in certain pretty Pat Zenner of Miami
weather jets, however VF-31 Is the only one officially designated ratings where
*< before." .. .as an all-weather squadron. vacancies will occur. Be ch, Fla., Illustrates a food
reason why.r .



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.y hI SALTY HUMOR FROM

HERE AND THERE K J,


Teacher: "What tense Is, 'I am
beautiful'?"

Sailor Jr.: "Past ."
.

She: "Is horse racing a.-clean
sport?" c, Jt rr

He: "Well, It cleans quite a few ra

every day." :

i
.i' Sign in a Washington, D. C. lin-
gerie shop: "Our lingerie is the

best. Smart women wear nothingelse. r+"
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TilE OLD AND THE NEW- I __s rAT

Comdr. Volbeda Chaplain (Comdr.) Frederick SN: "I understand the Chief
Volbeda (left) consults with .
went on sick call for his cold.
Chaplain (Lcdr.) Robert Elliot
over what he can expect What did they do for him?" TilE TOP-Marking the seventh consecutive "perferct" on
Senior Chaplain during his tour of duty at AN: 'They prescribed a JiggerOf Fasron Six's training board Is Paul liyars, ADC, assistant to the
NATTCenter. Chaplain Volbeda training officer Lt. (Jg) Frank Glendinnlnr (right). The scores,
bourbon and
takes over as senior chap two aspirin every computed each month, are published by AlrLant. Fasron Six Is
At NATTCenter lain at the Center. Chaplain night. And his wife told me this the only unit to have. achieved such a record
Elliott departs for duty aboard morning that he's six months be-
The Chaplain's department of 1 the USS Monterey hind on the aspirin, and three Tops In AirLantFasron
the Naval Air Technical Training years ahead on bourbon.
Center Is under the process of Important -I Marines Given Info I

changes with the arrivalof I On GarbThe A painter was brought to court Six Rates 'Perfect'In
Comdr. Frederick Volbeda and' Tropical after a fight. "Tell your story,"

departure of Lcdr. Robert E. Marine Corps has annOunced demanded the judge.

Elliot that male'enlisted personnelwho 'Well, I was in a telephone Fleet
Training ProgramObserving
Chaplain Volbeda was recently entered active duty prior to booth talking to my gal propos In'
relieved aboard the USS Tarawaby July I, 19:52: and will be dischargedor marriage," explained the painter,
released from active "when this here the Navy's belief that individual education makes fora
suddenly
Chaplain Milton G. Koult, former duty priorto man
senior Chaplain at the Train- July 1, 1954: will not be required wants to use the telephone. He better team, Fasron Six has, for the past seven consecutive months,
produced a rare mark of "perfect" for its work in the Atlantic Fleet
to the door the
ing Center. purchase tropical garrison opens grabs me by
uniforms main neck and throws out of the Air Force training program.The .
A native of Asheville, N. C., provided they me
Chaplain Volbeda holds educa- tain five cotton khaki uniforms booth." only group in the AtlanticAir Unit Jax and VF-14, of Com Fair-

tional degrees from Union Theolo- during their remaining period of "Then you got angry?" asked command to achieve such a Jax, in that order.Holmes .

gical Seminary in Richmond, Va., active duty. These men are exempted the Judge. score repeatedly, Fasron Six per -- S. ,
Westminster in Philadelphia, Pa. from Para 363 of MarCor "Yes, sir But I didn't get really
sonnel have reason to be proud of
and Columbia in Atlanta, Ga. Memo 37-53 which applies to all angry until he grabbed my gal Werner
S other enlisted male personnel. and threw her out, too." their mark, since the large unit ,

comprises over 350 officers and Sutton In
lie was ordained in Daytona High
Beach, Fla., and has held pastor- r men.

ates in Homestead, Fla., and Wild- Fine Library Training Schools

wood Fla., as a Presbyterian- Min Tp get a perfect score, all per-

ister. sonnel must be registered in a Honor man awards at the Naval
in the since 1938
Chaplain Navy ,
\ course of study, and must be qualified Air Technical Training Center
Commander Volbeda was presentat
3 advancement-in-rate schools last week went to Roger
for ex-
I Ford Island in 1941 when the a
(1 D. Holmes AE3 Fred
; Werner,
Japanese raided Pearl-narbor. aminations which are given twicea i
AA, and Marine P/c. Roy D. Sut-
His duties later carried him year. Usually, the new men- are ton, Jr. ..
throughout the campaigns of the qualified during their first few "
Holmes, who was recalled to act"I
Pacific, until he ultimately became I weeks in the squadron during
senior chaplain for Commander, which time they are not includedin ive duty a year j

_ South Pacific Forces. the tabulation of the training ago from the

program score.Accounting Naval Reserve, ;,

While Chaplain Volbeda has been in part for the outstanding was top stu-

preparing to assume the strenuous record is the library of dent In the \
duties of senior chaplain of a com- textbooks maintained by the Fas- Aviation Elec- k

mand numbering 6,000, another ron Six Education and Training triclan I "A"
Chaplain, well known to many of office. The unusually comprehensive School graduat- 1
the Jacksonville area has been collection is available to mem- .
Holmes Ing class with a
preparing for his departure to the bers of the squadron until 2000 mark of 90.64.

carrier USS Monterey, on Sept. 1, each day as well as on the week- On TAD to NATTCenter from 'I

A Methodist Minister and Native ... .... .... --'.. ends. NAS Olathe, Kans., Holmes is
of Augusta, Ga., Chaplain RobertE. FOOD ON THE DOUBLE-Assembly line techniques are need Include LecturesIn from Shawnee.. 'Kans.Calif. ------.
Elliot has been a key man in ed when a rush order for several hundred flight lunches hits the addition, daily lectures are Honors In
the Training Center Character Malnslde galley. Here James Jones, cst, (right) briefs his lunch-
offered to senior membersof last week'sAviation
men by
boxes which will be
acti- packing crew on what goes Into the day's ,
Guidance Program, religious packed by Rosemary Goecker, SN. Joseph Saul, CS2, (left) and the squadron, covering different Store-
vities both aboard the station and Eddie Merger, SN, are conferring on the chicken and bacon to be phases of squadron policy, details keeper School_ .
throughout the surrounding cities. fried in the galley and wrapped in wax paper for Rosemary to of operation and proper pro went to Wer

Chaplain Elliot holds a Bachelor pack. cedures in carrying out daily ner, who finished ,, :.

of Divinity Degree from Emory work. These lectures are given the 12-week !. < ., )
:
University in Atlanta, a Bachelor's Galley Culinary Artists Prepare from 15301630.: With the work course with a .,? ':
Degree in Chemistry from the CItadel day ending at 1600 the Navy thus mark of 83%. .' (
in Charleston, S. C., and had 'Production Line' Flight LunchesWhen contributes half an hour of its lie is from ."l.:.' '
Medical school at the !* )
two years of time and the men contribute the Chow chill, ;
of Ga., and one year of f
University other half-hour. ., and
joinWerner
a squadron, or a single Flight lunches are of great
Law school at University of Ga. plane, goes out on an all-day mis- Importance, and the orders come Four other Jax units also placed ed the Navy In December, 1952.:

sion, the pilots require substantialfood. In at any time and almost for themselves in the top five on last Werner came here from Airman

Jet Parts To Get In a special! pantry in the any quantity. They are well balanced month's list with near-perfect Preparatory School at Norman,
mainside galley, James L. Jones, in nutrition values, and scores. Following Fasron Six were and has been assigned to Treasure
Glossy Coating Cst, presides over five enlistedmen appealing to the appetite as well. Fasron 109 of Fleet Air Wing 11, Island, San Francisco, for duty.In .

Atlantic City, N. J. (AFPS)- and a Wave who are skilledin Menus vary according to a sche- and VF-31, Flag 'Administrative the elght-week'course at Air- ,

Jet engine parts soon will be the preparation of hundreds of dule, but all contain good nourishing man School,
coated with a material similar flight lunches at the rate of one food. South Dakota Bonus { Pfc. Sutton

to kitchen stove porcelain to every two minutes. Not all lunches are readycooked. Deadline Feb. '54 earned a 91.81
Goecker, SN, Is. average to lead
combat the heat of burningfuel. While Rosemary At times the situation calls for
busy making up various tasty Deadline for filing for WWII 141 Marines I I
foods to be prepared aboard the North Dakota state bonus Waves and
sandwiches, Joseph W. Saul, CS2, payments j
The announcement of this aircraft. In such cases steaks, raw Pers'ons
may be working alongside packingthe Is Feb. 18, 1954. V Women :Marines F
change was made here in a recent potatoes, canned vegetables, cakes, t
boxes with assembly line effic- who had active service in the Y I
speech by B. L. Paris of iency. Meanwhile, out in the galley fruits and similar unprepared foods Armed Forces between the datesof A native of '

the Wright Air DevelopmentCenter Eddie Mezger, SN, Is very likely are dispatched neatly"packed and Jan. 1, 1941 and Jan. 1, 1946 I Chelsea, Mass.,
Wright-Patterson AFB, frying chicken or boiling eggs or arranged to meet the particularneed. can receive $12.50 per month of Sutton and a graduateof
this
Ohio. He pointed out that otherwise attending to the culinary domestic service and 117.50 per the high school there, Sutton
would increase the life of parts, duties involved. The two relief Flight lunches, like the rest of month of foreign service. Address entered the Marines in March,

cut replacement costs and allow cooks and packers are off duty, the Navy "chow," are under /'the applications to Adjutant General, 1952: and is now on his way to (.
substitution of low-alloy steelsin preparing to take up where the overall supervision of Lcdr. George State House, Bismarck N. D.-! AT School at NATTCenter, Memphis. I
the manufacture of parti. otl,1ersleave off. i Davis, Commissary officer. (AFPS). f 4

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I '' v !y (1"r. Station Linksmen
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Will Benefit By


T. Use Of HandicapThat

little something called a

golf handicap, which has so often
iimcutWlth helped an ordinary duffer win a

E golf match, has oft times been
r labeled the golfer's "silent part.
e..' ner."

Handicapping at NAS is accomplished
._._John M. Charvat the Committee
by Handicap

"As long as Navy participates in non-service competi- headed by Lt. James Rentz,
In accordance with the USGA
tion (i.e. city, state and out-of-state tournaments) it usually Handicap System, Rev Apr 1953.

has a winner. The following explains what a

There is a simple statement of fact by a leading member person must do to acquire a "silent

of the Jax Navy fairway fraternity which can be exploited k partner."
DISCUSS SCHEDULE-Scanning: the Special Services sports 1. Handicaps are based on the
if local contingent
was
heights
to unimaginable a
calendar Lt. (Jg) Ed McNelll, new Jax Navy grid assistant, shows lowest ten of the last fifteen 18.
given year 'round assistance on a varsity scale. concern for that big question mark denoting an open date on the1'lIen' holes, or the equivalent' score
schedule. ,Lcdr. Richard Donahue, NAS Special Services
Bill Scarbrough, who's victory in the San Jose in- Officer points toward the home opener Sept 19, with the 508th posted. Nine holes may be used
RCT of Fort Bennlng, Ga.Michigan. to compute handicap at UteCommltt
vitational Golf Tournament early this year singly ac. '* discretion when

counted for reams of publicity for Jax Navy, is the sufficient 18-hoIe score are not

author of these pointed remarks. Grad Assists available.

2. Temporary handicaps will be
Undeniably the principal reason for participation in
given new members only after six
local competition is to keep Navy in the public eye. Jux Nuvy Grid Couches 18-hole scores, or the equivalent,

are posted. Inasmuch as only the
What better way of doing this than to support our links
lowest of the six
one score posted
ambassadors in the many southeastern tourneys which would With the arrival early last week of Lt.(jg) Ed McNeill will be used, temporary handicaps

reap immeasurable returns for, figuratively speaking, the a participant in the 1919 East-West Shriner's charity gameat will be unduly low, and it behoovesall
San Francisco the Jax Navy football coaching staff has
,
price of a golf ball. members to record fifteen 18-
been completed.
I hole scores as soon as possible..
It's our understanding that the wheels of this campaignare McNeill, ft. native of Toledo,
S. Members will be
to FAW-11 from the Canal Zone, responsible
rolling and that further talks will be carried on Ohio, graduated from the University -
already McNeill will serve with NAS SpecIal for recording their own scores.
of Michigan in 1949 with
:when the Golf Committee next meets. a Services during the tenure of This Is strictly an honor system -
B.D.A. degree, will tutor the end
the football campaign. and all members are urged
Should it be decided to sanction a full scale varsity candidates for Head Coach Dick
Experience Invaluable"As to post both their low and high
for play other than in dual meets with service opponents, Maylander. and end coach and right- scores

it would be a step in the right direction to strengthenties The new assistant played four hand assistant, M Nell1's experIence 4. Any member, who, after play-
.
years with Michigan's Big 10 and ing an 18-hole round is known to
with our "civilian allies. with such a formidable foot-
national recognized juggernaut, ball team have failed to record his score will
as Michigan should
This, of course, can be extended to include other sports. competing in the 1948 Rose Bowl prove invaluable," commented have his handicap reduced by 2,

Headline stars of the varsity swimming, track and tennis when the Wolverines humbled Head Coach Maylander. as provided by the USGA Golf

combos should be granted the same privileges as those accorded Southern California, 490. Line coach Jim Wagner, ofNATTCenter Handicap System.
Played With Wolverine 5. A current handicap chart and
golfers.In AGO School, com-
The 1947-48 Michigan elevens names of the Handicap Committeeare
pletes the Fliers coaching staff,
the past it has been members of the latter triumvi- copped 25 in a row to nude Notre equally represented by NATTCen- posted on the Colt Shack bul-

rate who have distinguished themselves and been advancedto Dame for national laurels in the. ter, Mainside and the Fleet. letin board.
annual poll conducted by sportswriters t I
national meets. Continual rains have slowed
and coaches.It Ladies' Bowling Loop
practice to a minimum, although
:Most recent example of this was Ed Lucitt's performance la not known whether McNeill
when weather permits the locals<
in the National AAU Swimming and Diving Champion will act in the roll of player-coach, are undergoing rugged contact sessions Announces MeetingA

ships at Indianapolis, Ind. The prolific AGO Schooler placed but currently the lithe Wolverine daily with twiceaweekskull meeting of the NAB Ladies
grad is limiting his,time to coaching -
be at
will held
Bowling League
10th in high platform diving and 13th in three-meter competition practices also on the agenda.
assignments only. I the Jacksonville YWCA, 325 E.
Jax Is'
Navy's opener Sept. 19,
A Supply Corps officer attached I a home contest with the 508th Air- Duval St., Wednesday, Sept.; 2, at

Thinclad Gene Fields, since departed from this station borne Regimental Combat Team of 1930.

was sent to several eastern indoor meets where he Jenler's Keg Varsity Fort Bennlng, Ga. Any woman employee of NAS
interested in bowling during the
matched strides with the cream of the cross countrycrop. Plans Heavy SeasonAn winter season should attend.

'Sloppy' Golfers Defy League play opens Sept. 10. .

Leon Wilson and Ben Sobieraj have established them- i. planned extensive for NATTCenter bowling program alleys I Code Of Etiquette Additional information may be
obtained from Bea McConn, 0 & R,
selves as favorites in nearly every city tennis meet they enter this coming season reports "Burt" Don't be a "sloppy" golfer extension 548, or Virginia Shaw, .

and it's a rare day when the Jax Navy tandem fails to Burton, chief in charge. The weekly series of golf etiquette Supply, extension 311

score. Present plans call for a varsity rites. rule No. Six. .
team for any of the center"s per- RULE SIX SN "Do you think it's possiblefor

There would have to be a stopping point somewhere sonnel, Sailors or Marines. The Before leaving a bunker, a a woman to keep a secret?"

along the line if the program takes effect. Every Johnny- varsity will be run on a "ladder" player should carefully fill up Lt. "Sure. :My wife and I decided

Come-Lately who can swing a golf club or a tennis racket, boats with the low man challengIng all holes made by him therein. to buy a new car several
the next highest man for a weeks before she told me about it."
dog paddle or run the mile in 10-minutes can't expect to be I team berth.
'
included.But.
The bowls
varsity against aw z
there are always those who stand head and shoulders downtown and adjacent' bowling

above the pack and it's for their benefit, which wouldin teams and will also enter the fast

I turn benefit Jax Navy, that such a program should be City League.
Intramural teams are being organized w"
inaugurated. and will be ready 'for play I F-

FOLLOWIN' TilE FLIERS-A small gathering of station next month( when the season

golfers will wend their way over the Labor Day week- opens.A .

end to Valdosta, Ga., for the Jim Oliver Memorial Tourna meeting of intramural team
captains is planned for the near
ment. They'll be part of a delegation from Jacksonville expected future when rules and scheduleswill

to fare well in the four day meet Few braved be outlined. "4 % E j. t CNI i; 1C.

the rains over the past weekend for any links activity at .
An expert was condescended to 6
w
the Naval Air Station.
teach the new member to play 'II

Summing up Lou Worsham's amazing shot to win the golf. Pointing to the flag on the
:'
World's Professional Golf Tournament, which has been so green, he expalined: "You must _
drive the ball as near that flag as ___ _
Ineptly handled by some journalists the past few weeks, it possible." T- ,

seems logical to conclude that the' sale of wedges by sport- The novice drove and the ball _

ing goods concerns has been upped 100% It might be a stopped within one foot of the

good idea for some writers to stick to their own "quaint" hole. The expert was amazed but

styles, rather than rehash syndicated stories, and then doing the other merely inquired: "Whatdo K --- -
I do next?"
a poor job at that.A snows HOW-Demonstrating the proper technique of opera
"You knock it Into the hole, ting one of the outboard motors at the Mainside Boat House Li
banquet for the varsity Softball and baseball teams replied the expert. John Lanier, BM3, of Special Services. His interested onlooker is
will be held Tuesday night, Sept. 1 at a yet to be named "iKto the hole!" exclaimed the Douglas Woody; Explorer Scout of Troop $51, Pepperell, Ala., who
site. It will be the official closing of the season for both novice. "Why didn't you tell me was with the encampment here last week. Boats, motors and fish.
tag tackle can be checked out at the Boat House, located on the
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.27 August 1953 JAX NEWS Page SevenJax I



Attention Focused On All-Navy Baseball




Championships Slated Here Sept. 8-12


Sixth Naval District representative NAS Pensacola has gained a semi-fitial berth in
{ Si the All-Navy Baseball Championships, the finals of which will be unveiled here at Mason

Field, Sept. 8-12, in a best-of-five playoff.

The Goshawks, who plowed under contention I this week that the program has

under Jax Navy, Navy Memphisand Meanwhile, "Operation Base- I been given the undivided attention

NAS Key West enroute to ball", a program for the plan- : of all personnel concernedand
the District title, will play an ning and control of the All- that no stone would be left

Atlantic Fleet representative at Navy finals here, moved into unturned to achieve a complete

Norfolk, Va., Aug. 27-31, for the high gear under the reins of success.
for BRUISES the BAG-Whipping Into shape East Coast Championship. Chairman, Lcdr. Richard V. Rear Admiral lIeber H. Mc-
forthcoming Jax
Navy boxing
.' team Is Mffhtweiffht Coleman Adams, On the West coast, the Pacific Donahue, NAS Special Services Lean, Commandant of the Sixth
i a Marine from NATTCenter AND Fleet winner, a Guam officer Naval District, will arrive to
School. The first outdoor ring show is based unit, will be three days Working closely with Frank deliver the welcoming addressat
planned for rnid September. Ring aspirants late in arriving: at San Diego McCaffrey, Coordinator and Ath- the "Get Acquainted Ban
should
report to the of the
gym
Indoor Pool, Building 614, if interested for a best-of-five playoff with- letic Director, Lcdr. Donahue quet" the night of the opening
In trying out. the Shore based champion, still informed the Jax Air News early game, Sept. 8.'lberedttr.

when not play-

Pugilists Busy Season ing:, the visiting athletes and
n :flew party will be entertained and
t i l have the vast recreation
Slate Outdoor r Planned For of the Jacksonville program Air-


Ring ShowFight Golfers"Golf Station at their disposal.
Lady Invitations to the playoff have

fans at the Naval Air Widows" need no longersit been tendered military and civic

Station will get their first tasteof '.. M I at home and fret while hubbyis leaders throughout the Sixth Na-

ring action Thursday, Sept. 10, 3v* ; : out swinging on the golf course.A val District. Trophy presenta
when the Jax Navy varsity paradesin busy schedule has been lined up tions after the series will be

inter-squad matches at the for the ladies at the Naval Air made by Rear Admiral Osborne

NATTCenter outdoor arena. Coughlin Leads Station course.Competition B. Hardison, Commander, Fleet
City Loop
Air Jacksonville. '
Coach Steve Mayer's boxers are gets underwayThursday
working out dally at the Indoor Sept. 10 with .Wom-- A dance honoring the All-

Pool gymnasium, Building 614, en's Pro-Am tourney. This will be Navy champions will be held in
getting ready for the opening of :With Healthy .400 MarkJust preceded by a free coffee 'n' the M a i inside J Gym, Building

the 1953 ring season doughnuts "breakfast" at 0900 in Three, the night of the final

Good '5' ? Season how completely Jax Navy dominated both halvesof the club house.Arrangements. game, which in the event of a

Last year's Jax Navy boxers the City Baseball League was not shown until statisticswere for a fine season three game sweep by one team

were runners up in the Sixth Naval released l last week by the City Recreation Department. have been made but the help of all would be Thursday, Sept 10. ,

District tourney, won the Florida I Headlining the "facts and fig Interested women golfersj-"pro" Mason Field, .site of the play

AAU championship, and capturedthe ures" was the rise of the Fliers' games swingers and duffers alike-is off is capably being whippedinto
Novice "A" and "B" titles in I Four men shared laurels for needed to make the program a shape by ground and main
the Jacksonville Golden Gloves : first baseman Jim Coughlin into most doubles with six each. They success. tenance crews which are being

tournament. the individual hitting leadership, were Eaton McCullough, Hardage, Majority of the matches will be hindered by the oft-occuring

Personnel from any commandon a climb from the No. 8 slot at the Matt Woloszyn, Jax Navy, Smith held on Thursday mornings. Florida thunderstorms.A .

the station interested in com completion of the first half. and Coughlin. For further information, railexten.slon press box is being erected

peting with the local varsity are The veteran Jax Navy infielder Hardage's peppery third sacker 8157.Intrepid. on top of the grandstand to accommodate -
urged to report for workouts "Experience r the expected rep-
posted a .400 Johnny McCullough overtook
average on the
is preferred, hinted resentatives from United Press,
Coach Mayer, "but, we'll take 'em strength of 44 base hits for 110 Lucky Luttrell, the Fliers' deft Anglers Associated Press and Jacksonville
shortstop in the race for most
without, too." trips to the plate. He was closely dailies _
stolen bases and runs scored. Mc Given 'Hot Poop'Best
Workout Dally followed by teammate Bob Home Cullough held .a 42.37 edge in The local diamond extends 335. !
Presently undergoing the rigid with 390. tallies and a 23.22 advantage in bets for the weekend, according feet to the left field foul ]line, !
training schedule are, Lou Es- Score Double Sweep !stolen bases I I to the fishing forecastersat 375 feet to the deepest point in

pinesa and Boyd Acy, bantam- Horne was runnerup through the the NATTCenter Fish Shackare center field, and 325 feet down

weights; Marcus Botas, feather- first half and was a serious threat : the right field line. The shifting

weight; Joe Martine and Coleman for the championship! throughoutthe IM Volleyball Bass (fresh watet')-In the grass winds of the St. Johns which

Adams, lightweights.Joe summer lIe connected safelyin Heads Meet Today near pilings, using live bait blanket the field make a poke

Cashen and Tony Smart, 46 of 118 appearances, the hit Bass (salt water-Fort George over any barrier a challenge to

junior welterweights; John Strl- production topping the league. Athletic' directors of Main- Inlet, Inland Waterway.Levy's the long ball hitters.Lubinski .
senior side units are scheduled! to meet I .
vtch and Kent Ramsden, Filling in the remaining positions prarie was reported good
welterweights; Tony Shields, middleweight behind Coughlin and Home today in the Special Services and also gulf fishing. RetiresAs
; Lou Beltran, light in the top six were Paul McIntosh, conference room, Building 930,
Anyone that stayed at home in
heavyweight, and Ken Elmore, Hardage, .382; John Sikes, Hard- at 1330, for an organizational
their fishing waters last week did AE School
intramural volleyball
of the
heavyweight. age, .368; Tom Neely, Jax Navy, meeting
with umbrella
it, mostly, an or a
league.Organizational
.358, and first half leader Leon
slicker-AND, had little luck.
Smith, McDuff Hardware, 355.:' meetings for who Athletic DirectorAfter
However, those anglers
' Jax Navy swept both halves of bowling and touch football will went further afield, reported luck,
ui be held tomorrow at 0930 and more than two years as
[ competition, compiling an overall where rain and thunderstorms failed -
helmsman of Aviation Electrician
1330 Attendanceis
respectively
record of 27 wins and three de to dampen the ardor of the fish
mandatory. School athletics, during which
feats. It was the second year running for tempting bait.
time he steered the Student Electricians -
that Coach Frank McCaffrey
((11 Armed Force Mil Strvtct) had led the Fliers to a double victory v-- ;' '- to nine Intramural
QUESTIONS ;; ; i: trophies, Len Lubinski has relinquished
In the City League. .
1. Who is taller, Pee Wee Reeseof his managerial and player-
Ea on Wins Eight
the Brooklyn Dodgers or Phil coach duties.
Southpaw Jim Eason was the
Rizzuto of the New York Yan The versatile chief will be succeeded ,
most productive pitcher of the
kees? by Jim Daly, who competed
Fliers' shorthanded mound staff, x
2. Which team has won more registering eight decisions while in basketball and baseball with

games in the Notre Dame-Army bowing once. Ralph Bennett posted Newark State Teachers College
football series a 5.0 record for the Fliers. (New Jersey) before service and

3. Was Citation or Stymie the Coughlin's tremendous second r last year lettered on the Jax Navy
N cage squad.
top money winner half hitting spree, during which
4. Which sport in the U S.'has time he garnered 26 safeties for Won Captain's Trophy

the largest paying spectator attendance 55 times at bat in 13 games, was Under Lubinski's direction, AE
domina- School won the Captain's Trophyin
? co-featured with Home's
ANSWERS tion of the slugging departments.The 1952, leading ANP) School In .

1. Rec stands 5-10; Rlzzuto, Jax receiver clouted eight a a hair raising finish by seven and
!
one half points.At .
5-6. triples and drove home 45 talliesto y
2. Notre Dame, 23 ilctoriec; lead the league in both categories. the present time Lubinski's
Army, seven with four tie. during He stroked a pair of home athletes lead all comers In the '53

191347. No game was played in runs to tie Jax Navy leftflelder trophy chase with the final decision -
the results of the
1918. Joe Fay. resting on
intramural touch football league.
3. Citation won $1,085,760; Home Heavy Hitter
Stymie, 918485. Horne hit safely in 13 consecutive Leads '53 Race

4. Basketball with 105 million games the first half, onlyto ITS ALL OVER-Rehashing parts of the recently completed This year AE School has won
attendance annually. Softball attracts have the skein snapped the lax Navy baseball season with coach Frank McCaffrey (left) are basketball, Softball and bowling
but of the second half by Mc- victors Bennett (center) and Jim Eason. Bennett compiled titles and is looking for a repeatof
from 125-130 million opener
eight while losing four. Southpaw Eason, ace of the the garnered]
only 7,500,000 are "p J4 att end. Duff Hardware. He was blankedon Fliers' staff, finished with a mark of 154. In City League compe grid championship
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(Items!offering for sale articles I Unit Offers Chalk Like A General To Guns'Store- For School I Provided$490 Million For


of property such as washing mach- I The old general store at the

ines, automobiles, furniture, radios, crossroads had nothing on the Navy Work
and the like -
clothing are prohibited
Materiel Section of Airman Preparatory >,
by Defense Department regu- School at NATTCenter II he President signed into law
lations. This column will, how- 90 million construction -
which furnishes the school's various a V author
ever, list such services as avail- phases with everything, literally I zation bill clearing: the decks for

able housing, rides wanted and from'chalk to a 500-pound I construction of government housIng -
lost and found articles or other
mockup bomb. units for 3445 more Navy and
similar notices.) The concentrated eight-week Marine Corps personnel. lie also

FOR KENT preparatory course includes ordnance signed another bill making the

Furn 1 bdrm apt, $50 mo, 8530 fire-fighting, photography money ,available.

I Matera Ave, ph. 112-8-3244, Mr. laboratory, classroom, hand tools Included in the two bills are
\ Sadler. and metals, and aircraft familiarization !- permanent-type barracks for 3178

I Unfurn 4 rm apt, $60 mo, ph. and requires a wide variety men, permanent bachelor officer
I 7-5269, Mr. Chase. of supplies for Indoctrination of quarters for 262 and five family

I Furn 2 rm apt, $50 mo, 3873 Herschel students. quarters. Millions of dollars will be

I ph. 2-2838. Mrs. Cay. spent by many Navy and Marine
Furn 3 rm apt, 2361 Myra, $50 The Material Section is the Corp' stations for construction of

mo, ph. 7-4738, Mrs. George. clearing house for this widespread Important facilities ranging from

Furn 5 rm house, 6641 Hyde Rd, activity. power plants, workshops and jet
ph.. 2-3514, Mrs. Los tin. Among the materials requisitioned ..r fields, to weapon testing devices,
3 rm apt, 2844 Corinthian, Mrs. for the school's operationare garages and hangars.
Sevier. classroom needs such as chalk, Following is just a partial list

2 rm apt, 2844 Corinthian, Mrs. paper and pencils and furniture, GUNS GALORE-Part of the machine gun supply used In Air- of what the Navy is authorized to
Sevier. nuts and bolts, machine guns and man Preparatory School is kept well preserved by the Material contract for and build during the
Furn 4 rm apt, 228 W. 4th St, munitions, raw metals, laboratory Section which furnishes supplies for the school Lt. Robert Hogan next 12 months.
6-2679 after 4 (left), material and maintenance officer, inspects the guns against NAS Norfolk Va. Two
57.50 mo, ph. equipment for chemistry and : jet engine -
corrosion and dampness with Chris Lachowskl, AKAN.
p.m., Mr. Fudge. physics and myriads of other test cells, to permit enginesto
2 bdrm house, turn or unfurn, $50 Items. minimum. Low grade, soft steel be tested after overhaul, esti

mo, 5600 Ortega Farm Blvd., is utilized I In training, making a mated to cost 11,850,000.

Mr. Jesus. Cost conscious and economy- saving both on metals and tools. NAVY WIVES NAS, Quonset Point, It. I.: Similar
Furn 4 2636 Mrs. the section has both cells will cost 12,300,000.
rm apt, Myra, minded kept Gasoline, used in fueling 'operations .
Cowart. the tool and materials loss to a CORNERThe NAAS, Barln Field, Ala. Land
becomes contaminated but
Furn 2 bdrm apt, 2636 Myra, ph. and facilities costing $226,000 at
it is utilized further in
7-8516, Mrs Cowart. firefighting outlying field, Western 3, will fit it .
instruction. 'I'ens'of thousandsof last business meeting of the
Furn 3 rm apt, ph. 8-1760, Mrs. as a precision solo field for the
Ballentine. dollars are saved in this sec- Navy Wives Club No. 86 on Wed- Dasic Training Command

Furn 3 rm apt, ph. 8-2283, Mrs. tion's function annually nesday, August 19, was attended NAS, Cecil Field, Fla. For this
Lt. Robert Hogan is the Material
Massey. by nearly 40 members and guests. master jet field for Southeast U.
and Maintenance officer
Furn apt, ph. 2-7890, 3536 St. Chaplain Robert E. Elliott was 8. $3,364,000 is authorized for land,
while Lcdr. Richard Watson is Airman
I Johns, Mrs. Fenton. airfield pavements and fuel, field
Preparatory School the guest of honor of the evening.
Furn 2 bdrm house, 466 Milwaukee training lighting, personnel and ordnance
Orange Park, $70 mo, Mrs. There has been quite a turn- officer Chaplain Elliott, who Is leavingfor facilities.

Nelson. over of girls at NATTCenter the : replace Elizabeth Smith who is duty at .NAS Pensacola, has NAS, PenaacAa, FIa.t: Another
Apt free for help with repairs past two weeks. Reportingaboard i convalescing in the hospital. Also served as Liaison Officer for the $849,000 is authorized for operate

around home, Ortega, ph. 88- were Margaret Young, in the hospital are Dorothy Man- club for the past two years. The ional facilities, roads, utilities and
8037 after 6 Mrs. Johnson. girls presented him with a fare-
p.m. fredi! and Jean Maas. clearance of approach zones of
1 rm for couple or 2 girls, 1334 Joan Kendall, Barbara Rennie, ** well gift and expressed their Magnolia outlying field.
Drive 2-0094 Mr. Sheila Chapin and Sarah Yar- thanks for his helpful cooperation.An .
Murray ph. ,
Chief Marre Clark, left Mon NAS, Whiting Field, Fla.: $197-
Peed. brough. All are Marines and are day with orders for London, extensive report on the activities 000 authorized will buy ,and clear

FOR SALE now attending ANP( ) School. England. A delay enroute at of the Teen-age-club was land.

3 bdrm house, Inspection by ap Waves reporting to the Center Washington, D. C. for a two I given debated by Mr.whether and Mrs. Burke. It NAS, Corpus Christi! $510,000is
was or not teen-
pointment. Ph. 8-3528, Comdr. for school were Mary Jane Hall, week indoctrination course must should be allowed to smokeIn authorized for fuel storage
Greenlee. be completed before the final agers NAS, Oceana, Va.: This mid-At
Frankie Holcomb and Alice the
5 rm house, Ortega Manor, 4776 lap of the journey to her new clubrooms It was decided lantic master jet field gets $3,927-
Godwin Ave, Mr. Gavan. Jacobs. duty station. that they can only do so, after 000 for field paying, a hangar and
e e obtaining written from
2 bdrm house, $1,350 equity, 6132 Mary Jane Truitt, SK2, will permission other maintenance facilities, a
Hyram Ave, ph. 88-8409, Mrs. Journeying to other parts of be married to Thomas Finnerty, their parents. warehouse and communication and
Knight. the country for more "schooling"were ADI, of Montclair, N. J. Fridayin The Nursery reports that the field lighting facilities

2 bdrm house, $6,600, ph. 2-2826, Grace Kistner, Betty Fischer St. Edwards Chapel. Mary kindergarten bus schedule will be MarCorpg Depot of Supplies, Al-
Mr. Koppelmann. Betty Sandy, Pat Smith, Dolores Jane checks off the station the published in the Plan of the Dayon bany, Ga.: The $5 million author

MISCELLANEOUSRide Carey, Marie Amirault, same day and after a honeymoontrip August 31 and September 2. ized will build five sets of married

Carol Harley and Constance cross country will depart to Next business meeting will beheld officers' quarters-the only family
wanted from Blanding Blvd Quirk. a new assignment in Hawaii. I Sept. 2. All members are housing for the. Sea Services in
and Collins Ave, 0730 to 1600, Civilian life beckoned Mary Bonnie Smoot, UN, received urged to attend as important mat- the bill; a 600-man barracks, & .
ph. ext. 8122 or 88.7459, Mr. Ann Partin and June Seyfert of orders to Washington, D. C. ters will be voted on. brig, BOQ for 36 officers; service

Dillaberry. NATTCenter last week as both t club; mess for 120 officers, and
Ride wanted for mother and 2 yr were issued their discharge pa- A pair In a hammock additional storage.
old child from Avondale to Nur- to kiss
Attempted ,
sery and Supply, ph. ext. 8213, pers.At Barracks 722 Midge Wed- And in less than a jiffy R4" rive at Lackland AFB Aug. 20,

Doris LeBlanc. dington took'over MAA duties to 8> Sagy 1953. .
Baby sitter, day or evening, 1533 smi (ui papuej .slllDII *

Osceola, ph. 7-4197, Miss Joy- Sixteen Navy chief petty officersin
ner. seven classifications have been

Found: Cigarette lighter in vicinIty (ly Armed Forctl PrtM S.rvc ) appointed to warrant grade, W-l,
of Chapel at Birmingham and Provisions to allow certain offi ranking from July 15, 1953. The

Mustln, owner must identifyand :, h. cers who have held aeronautical appointments were made by. individual
pick up at Maintenance designations for not less; than 20 letter..
(
Office at Naval Hospital. .L\ years" to continue to receive flight S *

pay without,complying with mini Lt. Gen.. Charles L Bolte, Com-

Michigan Extends mum flight proficiency require- mander-in-Chief of U. S. Army,
ments, are under study, the Navy Europe, has been promoted to the
Bonus DeadlineRecent has announced. Pending the. decision temporary rank of general, the

Michigan State Legislation individuals will continue to Secretary of the Army announces.

extends to June 1, 1956 the comply with present directives At the same time, the Secretary
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deadline date which allows dis- The study is part of the programto announced the promotion of six

abled veterans to apply for state reduce expenses incident to pro- brigadier generals to temporaryrank

bonus payment. The deadline wasMay ficiency flights. of major general, and 16

31, 1953, but disabled veterans L 1 colonels to temporary rank of
who are still in the service or in a Marine Corps selection boards brigadier general.
veterans' or State hospital have will convene next month to select

been given the new deadline. 10 brigadier generals for promo-
tion to major general and 11 colonels October Draft 23,000

_._ .. for promotion to brigadier
A poem: ""' '''''------;<< ''- Washington (AFPS) The
. Mary had a little dress MERITORIOUS AWARD- David N. Lowery (second from general. Defense Department has requested -
II Dainty, chic, and airy. left) adds another honor to his service jacket in the form of a S a quota of 23,000 men
I It didn't ihow the dirt at all, meritorious award certificate, which he has just received from, The AF has announced that the for induction Into the Army
Burnham C. McCaffree NAS commanding officer.
Capt. Lowery,
But my! how It showed Mary I fiscal ':54 pilot training program
who received his certificate for outstanding work as aircraft me- during the month of October.
#0 chanic .general in Overhaul and Repair department, was one of for Latin America Is the same as This request,._the first since
AN: "Do you believe in clubs four to be cited for outstanding achievements at 0.& R. Left to for fiscal '53. A total of 86 spaces the Korean truce, is the sameas
right are Milo Jones, supervisory employees relations assistant
for Chiefs! have been allocated to Hq. Caribbean -
of Industrial Relations department: Lowery; Captain McCaffreeand the quotas set for July .
POI: "Why yes, if w. can't p.r- { Air Command for distribu
Comdr. George Elllnburr, assistant 0 & R officer, (See Story through September.
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