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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 3, 1953
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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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All-Navy. Playoffs Septa 8-12


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Navy's representative in crowned All-Marine cham- cola in four games for the Championships hero blos- game ceremonies, Tuesdayand

Inter-Service Baseball pions. Standard bearers Eastern Navy title.. somed forth under the to deliver the welcom-

Championship of the World from the Army, Navy, Air chairmanship of Lcdr. ing address at the "Get

will be determined here in Force and Marines will vie ON THE WEST COAST, Richard V. Donahue, NAS Acquainted Banquet" that

a best-of-five playoff for the in the "Little World Se where play was delayed for Special Services officer. night. :

All-Navy Championships at ries." almost a week because of Tournament activities will *

the Naval Air Station's Ma- Through Wednesday'spress inclement weather .SubPac be directed from Baseball BY OFFICIAL Directive \

son Field, Sept. 8-12. Games deadline one of two from Guam, Pacific Fleet Headquarters, Building 930 ComSix is host for

will get underway at 1500. representatives had been titlist, and Los Alamitos, Rear Admiral Ileber II. the tournament, which in

Inter-Service competition determined for. the All- Western Naval District :McLean, Commandant of turn designated NAS Jax as

:will start on or about. Sept. Navy Championships' Little winner, were tied at a game the Sixth Naval District, the site of competition. By

18 on the home soil of the Creek, Va. (PhibLant), apiece.Plans. will be on hand to throw so doing, Rear Admiral Me'J

Quantico Marines, recently brushed aside NAS Pensa- for the All-Navy out the first ball in opening (Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 4)) :"'

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VOL-11 No. 21 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR. STATION JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA :3 Sept 1953

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



Open House For College Study'Registration



CarrierWasp 4t k, :,


Slated MondayThe Next WeekPersonnel


aircraft carrier USS Wasp, are reminded that

One of two' carriers now in Jax waters next Tuesday and Wednesday are

will hold an open house for registration days for the college

Civilian and naval personnel this extension courses being .offered by

area on Labor Day, Sept. 7, at the the General Extension. Division of

Mayport Carrier Basin. Florida through the Informationand as

Now operating: off the coast Education Office' at NATT-

with Carrier Air Group 17 squadrons ? ;, Center.
Time of registration will be be-
aboard for an operational and
tween 1600 and 2000 at the NATT-

readiness inspection, the big flat- Center Technical Library, Build "LOOK, I'M A PILOT"-Nine

top will dock at Mayport this ing 501. ,year-old Bonnie Phillip en
Joys trying out the role e f aNavy
weekend Meet Late This Month jet fighter

'WEEKEND weeks active WARRIORS'Two train-- First class meetings on some a VF-11 open house pilot'ceremony during

Open house, visitors will be giv- Reserve Unit Ing at NAS Supply duty department courses will be held the latter'part held daughter at NAS of Mrs.Jax.Denny She Is Phillips the ;

en a guided tour of the ship. They gives officers and enlisted men of September, while others will and the late Comdr. Phillips
of Supply Section, Air Wing not begin classes until the former
early ,
VF-11
will be permitted to ride on the Staff 74 of NARTU, plenty of skipper,
to classroom part of October. Each class will who was killed in Korean action -
craft's huge elevator, view static Aboard For opportunity put The house
open was held
theory Into practice. Here Sam meet once a week during the eve
for relatives of
VF-11
displays on the spacious hangar Culotta, SKG1, (left) and Wil- ning. nel. person
deck, and get a first hand idea of liam Phillips, AKCT, of the reserve -
find out just how All courses will be five monthsin
what a cruise aboard the floating group
Cruise much "hanging beef" it takes length, and will cost $16.00
airfield would be like. Supply Plane Captains Of
to supply facilities in the Jax each. Students are required to pay
Hours of the open house will be area.
$6.00 at the time of registration,
from 1300 until 1600.
Although "Weekend Warriors"are and the balance by the third class VF-11 Now With
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HOLIDAY MONDAYThe
usually thought of session.
as operat-
other carriers, in additionto
Two
entire station will observe Seven CoursesIt
the Wasp, have conducted operations ing reserve squadrons who spendone Pilots In FlightPlane
in the Jacksonville area weekend per month "trainingin Labor' Day, Monday, is hoped to have as completea
Sept, 7 as a legal holiday witha but the
this week. One of them, the USS the air, there are other departments program as possible, captains of VF-11 have
respite from work for most number of offered will be
Randolph, Is still here but the USS lathe reserve training courses recorded a Fleet Air Jax "first",
Saipan has departed for Norfolk. program that are equally as vitalto hands. dependent upon the number of becoming the first enlisted
Only necessary maintenanceand people requesting a particularcourse.
the defense of
taken our country. members in this area to in
Only recently out of most watch-standing will I fly
Such Is the A class will not be con-
a group Supply department
mothball status and recommis- a two-seated fast-moving j jet
be carried the
on during day.
Air Wing Staff 74, stituted unless at least 16 stu.
sloned, the Randolph will remain fighter
based at the Naval Air dents are enrolled.
Reserve
here about two week Fleet Air The F3D Skynlght, an all.
Training Unit here. Hurricane Spotted Courses open for registration
.. Jacksonville squadrons will con- weather jet fighter, made Us
duct carrier flight qualificationsaboard Now on their annual two weeks Navy Hurricane Hunters are include: Mathematics I and II; initial appearance on the local

the vessel during its stay active duty training cruise at tracking Hurricane Carol, whichis U. S. History to 1865: ; General scene this month and was assigned -

here. NAS Jax, the officers and enlisted expected to hit the Bahamas Psychology; Effective Speaking; to VF-11. It is the only

The Salpan was utilized by Ma- men are working daily in the various Saturday At press time it was Personnel Management; Family two-seated Jet fighter In the

rine Attack Squadron 324 duringthe divisions of the' .Station's Sup- 1600 miles from Jar, traveling Living; and Written Communications : Florida area.WHENEVER.
ply department to learn at firsthand W-NW. I and ILyW:4'Hl.wwwyyy
ten-day cruise off Mayport.. possible "Redlpper'1
I
the techniques and proved
pilots allow their plane
uresInv'olved in keeping. the supplies : a.HRr.H"r4" Y,+f.rn fzgydyya yr'c6"M! ; 9'9 ro' :
Weather Report moving. captains to fly as observers. '

Should a plane captain not be ,
Apparently insulted as a resultof S .
available, flights i are made
ail-those uncomplimentary remarks THIS ttc
ANNUAL cruise is a particularly : available to other
crew
members
during his long stay in the interesting. per 1 o'.d for with keen competition be.
Jax area, Jupe Pluvius seems to this group composed of reserves ing highly noticeable.
be packing his clouds for a move from Jacksonville and the surrounding -

according to the weather man. area.. Under Comdr. J. c- \ The large carrier-type twin
engine Jet was flown here by
Although it may ,shower over Edwin Gay, Supply officer, it has VF-11 pilots on a ferry hop -
the weekend, that's definitely not operated
primarily as a Ground
__ from MCAS, Cherry Point, N.;
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ih School Training Unit since Decem- _____
prediction.FridayPartly' xs C. It replaced the F2II-2 which
cloudy, maxi- ber 1949.. rt i, the squadron used extensivelyIn .

.. .mum temperature,between 90-95. At' that time, in order to expe- fr/ Korean action last winter.FAMILIARIZATION .
Saturday and SundayPartlycloudy dite the training program, the in.dividual check,

to clear.: SE Winds, temperature : supply units attached. to out flights, which normallytake
. in 90's.Weekend each reserve operating squadron
40 hours of
;
flying, are currently '
at NARTU. were consolidated into
i being flown In the F3Das
one department under the
Air
part of their training'for
Tide Table }Wing Staff, .commanded by Com rv all-weather exercises,

nigh Low dr. Leroy P. Johnson.In -.. '---- .
,The Skynlght can and Is cur-
AM. P.M. AM. P.M. this respect the Supply FLY TOGETHER-"Red Ripper" pilot Ensign Monte Fuller rently being flown on many
group differs from the 'other departments (right) of Fighter Squadron 11 and his plane captain Earl Rob-
Sunday 6:39: 8:59: 12:27: 12:33: flights by pilot,alone, howeverits
attached to the Air erts AD3, prepare for a hop in an F3D Skynight, a two-seater all- I
Saturday 5:54: 6:18 11:51: weather jet fighter. VF-11 if the first squadron here to have plane cockpit was designed for
(Please,Turn _to Page 8, Col. 5)) captains fly with pilots pilot and r&darman. -

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Highest Rank Held Insurance Protection

,J K1\Wtot S In Retiring: Service

Rules Retired Pay

Published every Thursday for Navy and Marine activities at Naval Air .comptroller general In a Offered By Relief Acl
Fiction, Jacksonville. Fla. Navy decision placed a strict -

Burnham C. McCaffree NAS....., JttkeiTlUCapt. .....................COmmandln! Officer limit upon,the doctrine of computing (This fourth ,in a series of articles concerning the Soldiers .
Comdr. James 1L AtnuUong ............ExecuUve: OHlcer retired pay on the basis and Sailors Relie% Act of 19J0, w amended, will try to point I

Hear Adm. Oiborne B Hardtcon Fleet Air..JatkMiiUI.......................CommanderCapt. of highest prevous| rank, If that out and show the benefit deriv+abiefrotn the Act were'pmbkma
> Howard V. Hopklni ... of SUfi rank was held in a different might arise after o serviceman's death.) Ii
Fleet Air Wl r ElCTC
Capt. Arthur S. Born ..............................,.!...Commander service. A decision that allowed LIFE INSURANCE-Where
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton......................\,;, Staff Officer to a retired Navy enlisted any upon leave of court granted on an
Nital Ali TetUlrtl TralaUf Ceatev life Insurance policy upon the life application made therefor by the
r Capt. David McCampbt'lI_ t u ...... ,. ,. _-, Commanding Officer man a retired pay based on
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart ..........Executive Officer the rank of Captain, which hehad of a person in the Naval service assignee.An .
Natal' lUiplUI has to such insurance policy, which in
Papt. Edward S. Lowe CommandIng Officer held during War I, prompted been assigned prior
I CapU L. A. Newton .' F.xccutUe: Officer the ruling. person's entry In the Naval service within the provisions of the Act,

Capt. John L. Counihan........ .. .JUBTIJ... ......._...??........ .. .. .Commanding Officer The comptroller declared the to secure the payment of any shall not lapse or otherwise term
Comdr, Anthony Trutso ... Officer doctrine will not apply to re obligation of such person, the assignee inate for the nonpayment of a
of such policy (except the premium or the non-payment of
tlrements under section 511
The JAX AIR NEWS ti published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station ,
bride, and prnprtated funds insurer in connection with a pol- any indebtedness or interest dur
Jacksonville. printed o m IUlnc'I non-aD nor to disability retirement or
at no expense to the government; and In with NAVEXOS r-35. Rev. icy loan) shall not, during* the ing the period of military serviceof
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of chare at the Naval Air Station the severance pay under 402 (D) or
Natal Air Tf'<'hnl'l11'ralnlnr Center" Naval Air Reserve Tr.lnll1lJnl" Naval 403 of the Career Compensation period of such person's service nor the insured and two. years
Air Station Cecil Held and the U. o. Naval Hospital.
thereafter.
Editor-Andrew II. Plenty Act o! 1949. It would ap- within one year thereafter exer-
Assistant I Editor-Helen Harper Spoils Editor-John Charvat. AN: StaffSepol'teraEd ply only to retirements under cise any right or option by virtueof BUT THIS guarantee shall not
FNSN Mildred Home, $N Gordon Robbie, SN;
Hendeison. : ; unless be
such it
assignment extend for than two
Cl -cuiatlon.Dlatributlon-Marge Fusco, J03; Vivian Knox, SA. section 513., In all retirement, more years
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. it will be the with the consent of the Insured in after the date when the Act ceasesto
:AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe cases only high-
written permission of Armed Forces Tress Service. Republication of other est rank held in the retiring writing made during such periodof be in force.
matter, except by a e.vlce publications, la prohibited without permission ofEditor.
service when the
or
premiums
JAX AIR NEWS. service that counts in figuringthe The provisions of the Act are
.nd Fxl'ttorlaJ 216. offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extensions 8184 retired pay.MESSAGE thereon are due and unpaid or upon not applicable to insurance in excess

the death of the insured or of $10,000> on the life of the

Top Medical Post insured, though a policy\for an

i amount exceeding that amount
will be divided into two policies

At. NATCenter To t at the request of the Veterans Ad-

Ministration.A .

policy is not within the pro.
Co r. McCurdyWearer
tection of the Act if it containsany

provision excluding or restricting -
of the Cross for
Navy
Personnel are invited to visit liability for death arising
his work during World War II
the USO Servicemen's Club at from or in connection: with mili-
in the Pacific Theater, Comdr.
37 West Monroe from tary service or any activity which
Jack C. McCurdy reported for I St. open
the insured be called to
duty as Senior Medical officer of 0930 to 2330 daily. may upon
perform In connection with his
the Naval Air Technical Training 3-2000-
Thursday, September
military service or requires the
Center. Fudge Party. payment of additional premium

During World Friday Sept. 41800Cafe -' because of military service.

War II he took Italiano, spaghetti for 35c a ', -,," 'k The provisions of the Act are

part in the invasion plate; 2000-Juke Box Revue, ,' ..w., : t not available except upon application -

of the Club open until 2330. 1'\"i1Y; : : i made: (a) by the insured;

Mar shall> Is- 5-1000- ;;' (b) by a person designated by the
Saturday September insured; or (c) by the beneficiary

landsand Open House all day; 1430 Sym if the insured is outside the con-

Guam in 1944. phony Hour, Jules Massenett"Manon" tinental United States Alaska! or
He joined the HOME-S/Set. Jerry Busche, instructor at Airman
; 2000-Dancing to rec Prep School at NATTCenter gets ready for a long distance phone the Panama Canal Zone.
Navy in July, ords. call to his home In Waucoma, Iowa, prior to his discharge from the .
1942. Comdr. McCurdyDr Marlnt-Corps. Placing the call for him at the Telephone Center is
McCurdy is a graduate of Sunday September 6-1000- Loreda Seldon, while manager James Steed looks on. The Tele-
Dunking Round Table, free cof phone Center has spared nothing in giving personnel service. .ExerciseMaliner.To
the Hampden Sydney College

and Tulane University receiving fee church and 1700 donuts-; Vesper 1100 -Service Off to Only One Of Its Kind In Florida Commence Sept. 16
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his medical degree at the-latter. ; "Exercise Mariner" with units
Club closes at 2400.
He is the husband of Mrs. Isa- Service and aircraft from NATO countries
Monday September 7-All day Extraordinary ProvidedFor
t> Davidson of Mar- participating will get underway
hall. picnic. Leave at 0900 and returnat
i this month.The exercise will be

Ann, ten weeks old, and Jack C. 1BOO. You must be signed in,by Patrons Telephone Center"I the second of its kind. The first

JI, seven. Friday night at 1900. Ping Pong was "Exercise Mainbrace"( held
tournament was postponed from don't know where she is, butI last year.
i a the call was 94 cents includingtax.
August 31 but will definitely be do know she's somewhere in
The maneuvers will range across
Winning School held Monday. Register at the office Europe" an ensign from Aviation I .* the North Atlantic from Icelandto
; 1930-Glee Club Researsal. Ground Officers School told Gibraltar 16 and
Thus starting Sept.
Tuesday, September 8-To be the long distance telephone ope- the Telephone Center ending Oct. 5.

Honors RoutineTO announced. rator at the Telephone Center of furnishes service for its custom .

Wednesday September 9-2130 the Naval Air Technical Train- ers at NATTCenter. It is the only -

AE Student WJHP's Melody Dallroom broad- ing Center. one of its kind in the state of Nursery Closed Monday;,

cast direct from the,USO Club. Immediately the call was Florida operating on a full time. The NAS Nursery will be closed

Scholastic honors, both in the Chaz Harris in charge of the mu- plugged in and the girl friendwas basis. all day Labor Day Sept. T.

Navy and when he attended sic and fun. Your favorite rec- traced through Portugal, Headed by James Steed as .

high school seem to go hand in ord will be played at your writ- Switzerland and Germany until manager, the Center has listed

hand with Edward W. Cavin, ten request. Refreshments will it was learned she was enroute calls for Hawaii, Alaska and Eu-

AN, attending Aviation ElectricTechnical be served. back, to the 'states. The cost ofT rope. "We haven't had any forj )1Y.SERVICESJ'
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a I A' S1 1 tth N lAI 'f'u
Ida \AJ ; too a e ava r a P a nne said, thumbingthrough
Training Center. ,I his records. "\

Cavin, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Ninety percent of all calls
9 Sunday Services at All Saints
Jl. Cavin, 210 East First Street, placed at the Exchange are com
Chapel list the following sermons:
Jacksonville, is now leading his a fCC pleted and this includes wrong
0830-"God Makes The Differ
class at Electrician School. He numbers changed listings and
ence", by Chaplain C. W.
was a member of the Honor Society absentees.

at Robert E. Lee High Ackley. .
1045 Communion Service, con
School. "Our biggest day was Thanks-
ducted by Chaplain. Mont- .
When called up from the Naval giving Day," he pointed out,

Reserve in January of this "when we had 450 calls. On the gomery.Protestant

I' year, he went to Bainbridge, past Mother's Day we placed 385 0830-All Saints Chapel.

I Md., for boot training and was calls." Similar centers are in the 0915 Naval
Hospital Chapel.
the honor man for his class. At planning stage for Green Cove
1045-All Saints Chapel.Catholic l.
I Airman Preparatory School at and Cecil Field. '

Norman, Okla., he finished :Maps and time zone clocks are Sunday-0830; l00G-ase, St. Ed

among the five leaders. conveniently located in the Cen- ward's Chapel.

In civilian life boat building 1s ter's lounge where calls are Saturda.yoSOOMas8.DaUy063oMass. .

both Cavin's hobby and liveli- II awaited amid plush surroundingsof .

)hood. Widely known in Jackson- comfortable chairs reading Sunday-Mass at Hospital Chapel,

ville as an outboard motor enthusiast material and soft music. Tele- 0645. ..

he took part in a 1400- ------------.- phone directories for most major Mormon

mile cruise around the state of MORE HONORS-Edward Cavin AN, (rll'hn' of Electrician United States cities are also 1930 Wednesday NATTC

Florida through the Keys. School at NATTCenter shows fellow outboard enthusiast Jack available. Chaplain's Office.

Cavin's father is i member of Frost AMC, (aviation pilot) an adjustment on the bowlight of Calling hours are 1530 to.2230 Christian Science '
Chief Frost's motorboat. A native of Jacksonville, Cavin has been
; the Jacksonville Police Department an honor student ever since graduating from Lee High School on weekdays and from 1000 to 100-Tuesday NATTC Chap.

>i v lie is now leading his class at AE School. 2230 on Sundays. lain's office.
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Devoid Of Human Error


$ tt 1- 1 'Electric Brain' Grades Students' ExamsTime I fte:01yu1uLfiIrLuLr (


IIIISilII d16W ;

was when the professor

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(hr Armvd Force Pr... Strvtc) or schoolmarm, after class,

t 1 Secretary of Defense Charles E. staggered home with a load of
has named committee to
Wilson a .
and burned the midnight
review and modernize financial papers It I is just as we said-this in
the oil to correct student ex for new titles
procedure throughout Defense not the season many

Department, including the military aminations. # but a shipment is here andIt
AQ 4l
'departments. At the Naval Air Technical does touch Interests of almost

The 12-man group, under thechairmanship Training Center, processing an everyone. ''

of Charles P. Cooper approximate, 2,550 examination flying Windmills: From the .''J.,

former Vice President of A, T papers weekly, such a principles involved In spinning a M i
&, T. and President, Presbyterian routine would entail such dis-
child's top to the practical aspects j
Hospital, NYC, will submit periodic advantages' that the work of of the helicopter, this story !
recommendations which, w the school would be badly hin- I '
of the "ffying eggbeaters" covers 1
approved, will be made effective dered. I the past, present and expected future

promptly. of this form of transporta
Officially designated The Advi WITH TilE "electric mind" &\ lion

sory Committee on Fiscal Organization of the Tabulating Machine Mvq
and Procedure, it will co Unit, however, examination ,. .. Wlngi! For' Trace: : Of especial
___ interest to our personnel is a provocative
operate with the committees ol grades are completed mechanically
Congress, and the various Federal speedily and accurately. study by a veteran

agencies concerned with fiscal I It's; a pushbutton system of l :(! ,,,,,_ .cJ, ground fighter. The sub-title* given
I idea of his theme: r. primerfor
an
management. All will regular); electronics that operates on an
of school grades weekly are
GRADER-Thousands
SPEEDY a new defense
be informed of the committee'!, assembly line basis.
produced in finished form on this Alpha Accounting Machine, of
progress. Cards are punched with pertinent the Tabulating Machine Unit at the Naval Air Technical Training Army Of The Tennessee: Those
information -regardingthe Center.-Lawrence Muller, machine accountant first class, is operating who have read Freeman's Lee'
The Navy has announced thai student and these cards the machine observed by William Fielding, machine accountant Lieutenants will want to round out
) chief (center) and William Ross, educational consultant of their knowledge of Confederate
46 POls designated aviation pilots follow him through his school. Director of Training flee.
the
in addition to aviation rates, Grades, examinations and oth- -- military history with Stanley 1
will be advanced to CPO, acting er records are punched into the ing machine; that prepares the The cards themselves can be Horn's history of the .army be- .

appointment Sept. 16, 1953. Future cards as he progresses. final master copy of his school- segregated for group information tween the Appalachians and the
advancements to CPO ii 0 ing here. so as to list the number in Mississippi River. Others will findIt

these rates will not be affected bj: UPON COMPLETION of his These cards form a perma- grades, alphabetically, by sections an excellent book just for the

these advancements. All quail course, the card, with the nent record, devoid of human by serial number or reading!

fled personnel designated AP, sat many others of his classmates, error and accurate to the last many and varied forms for Twelve 1..f\"OAII To Hotter bit;

iefactorlly passing future CPO ex is routed through an account- detail specific information, Maybe we don't have any aboard

ams, will be advanced. but if there are a few who are'

Servicemen From 4 States Pick Atom-Sub CrewThe not yet experts the Turnesa book

Navy has begun selection ol will be a helpful guide.
Honor Man Roles
officers and crew to man the first) Night The Old NoNtaJcta) Burned
Affected By Tax Changes atomic powered submarine, the Down: A collection of Sullivan's
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To Christenberry,, Washington (AFPS)-Four states have altered their state income Nautllis. Experienced sub mer humorous pieces for those moments

tax laws. Servicemen from these states, California, Iowa, must learn to become submariner when you need a lift.Beyond .

Romac WegnerHonor Maryland and Minnesota are ,required to pay income taxes to the all over again in this atomic age This Place: A. J. Cro-

state and therefore are affected'by these new additions Hence, a new school 1 has beer nln's admirers will want his new

man recognitions at : established at New London, Conner novel. The smooth plot develops

three NATTCenter school wen CALIFORNIAThe elude from their gross income for I like a mystery, with characters
state of California} has 1952 1953 and 1954, the
the years or his spouse reaches age which must have been drawn
and Marin
to two sailors one <
last week. raised the maximum deduction allowed 2,000 of all military pay, and all of 65 before the end of the taxable .. from the author's early medicalprnttlce
for charitable contributions subsistence, dependency< or disability year. .
Topping Airman ) pr- from 15% to 20% of the adjusted I allowances; also pensions, MINNESOTAA .
Case File: ITU. Another mystery
Prepara
income. rehabilitation or education, or
Schoolgraduates gross call to active duty suspend by that famous team who
tory Also, the four-year time limit compensation for death, wounds,
was periods of limitation in a recent sign themselves "The Cordons".
recognition of gain on the sale or illness resulting from service.
P f c. Richard or exchange of a residence, has Refunds will be allowed by the law providing the nonrecognitlor, Ado1.118,: The last Apache'
Romac from t' the of rising .is the background for one
been suspended while the taxpayeror State if taxpayers file proper of a gain on exchange own
Ballston, N. y 'y ,for ership of residences if it is made of the new westerns.
( spouse, in certain cases) is on claims for taxes already paid
His final ,.average extended active duty. The limits 1952. Information on filing proper within one year of sale. The gain The Outlaw: Many who do not

of 91.33 are the time of the sale of the claims can be obtained by writIng U. recognized as the amount that ordinarily read, westerns keep a

led a group of old residence and before Jan. 1, the State Treasurer. the selling price of the old exceeds watch for a new Haycox title.

101 graduates. Romac 1955. Relief from this four-year MARYLAND the cost of the new. Here it is and good!
A graduate of Burnt Hill, N, '
time limit is also granted to persons Residents of Maryland may deduct Bridges At Toko-rt: We've
Y. high school, Romac enlistee who have served outside the contributions not exceeding Tourists See P.H. Again saved our favorite for the last. A
Marines in March of this
in the
Americas for over 90 days after I 20% (formerly 15%) for all calendar American visitors in Hawaii, condensed version appeared in a
station
his next duty
For
year. Dec. 18, 1950. years beginning after Dec. again are going into Pearl liar. reccntlssue.! of Life Magazine but
Memphis -
selected NATTCenter,
he
Aviation IOWA 31, 1952. All medical expenses, I bor. Korean war security halted please don't miss: the whole book.It .
where he will attend -
Electronicsman School. Armed Forces personnel who without regard to the 5% limitation tours, but now tourists can see I Isn't very long. For those who

Norris Christenberry, AEAN, are residents of Iowa, may ex are deductible if the taxpay- the sprawling naval base at work,. didn't see the magazine article
Michen ntr'* novel of the Korean
won high honors ....
:kt yw y. N wars vividly conceived, compact.

fE 8. ; ,yr in the a':"; *. !* sJc 4 +' 'f',. 4<.!'r$''iYn 4. x. # ly developed and most beautifully
written
Aviation Electrician -

(A'!) r 4 : tj .
Marines Seek EM
School, with i a
For Auditor Posts '
mark of 88.1!
Anticipating vacancies in the office .
__ at the comple
of area auditors by the release
tion of the 19- 3i ofr1
of selective service and oth .

""Christenberry week course. er personnel, the Marine Corps U

Christenberry, a native of Hoi asking Regular enlisted men to

denville, .Okla, joined the 'Navj apply for this duty. /

in August of last year and at Some prior service( or civilian

tended ANP( ) School at Norman experience in accounting* or bookkeeping

lie has been ordered to NAS Barbers is desirable, buf not a

Point, Hawaii for duty with) requisite. Applications should be

MATS. ....;. __ m.mnn_____ male EM (paygrade E-2. throughE
Dick Wegner, AKAA;took hon "ST JOHNS HAYRIDE" SHIP-A big time has been planned for the St. Johns River Cruise and -4)) who have at least two yearsto
ors in Aviation Dance aboard the SS Madlsonvllle Tuesday Sept. 8 from 2000 to 2300. All personnel are invited to serve on their enlistment, or
Storekeeper e make the trip aboard the ship which leaves the NAS dock. Admission is $1.50 per person. Tickets will extend or re-enlist to meet
(A) School may be purchased at NATTCenter' Special Services office, Building 614, or at the Travel counter', this requirement
at the Center, Building 517.
f Navy'Exchan&e
class. Wegner ; :r:


service entered in 1952 December the III Hospital Reports 'Bumper Crop' Of Babi ies In Augustbabies I


and attended H Gilliland Chief ol born there during. the
Keeping the Naval Hospital ed friend has been deliveringhis Charles ,
Airman (P) hotter than an International "bundles from heaven at Dependent Services, he was month of August.

School at Nor runways Airport, the well- the rate of over six a day. The busily depositing two more in- This exceeded the previous ...
man, Okla. Wegner in the Nursery. record by 12, and brought the
known stork is making landings old bird doesn't seem to be fants Hospital
with
who finished i;
Wegner, with the speed of an F9F- worn out either, for while the All of which has set a new total to 1,853 babies delivered
mark of 79, will report for dut] Jax Air Nevrs'was getting the record for the Dependents Section ., by the staff of the Dependents
at NAS -Hutchison, Kan. He is i I I 6 Cougar Jet. ,
The spindley-legged feather latest statistics from Comdr. of the Hospital-188 new Section during hte past year.jr .
native of New Ulm, Minn. .
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Pace FoUl JAX AIR NEWS 3 Sept 1953


VF-103:Fasron Six. VF-174 Fasron 109 VF-13 Report 'Smiling Beaver1



Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons Insignia Fasron AdoptedAt 109


...._ _A_ I -
,1.-1 UJ;: bean cruises board
beaver
serving on such A. smiling with a
Fighter Squadron 103'a enlisted ships as the USS Coral Sea (CVA- waiter's towel and a golden plat- .
complement increased by two last I 43)), USS Roosevelt (CVA-42)) and ter bearing an airplane ,againsta
week with the arrival of AlbertA. USS :Midway (CVA-41)). background, of ships and planesIs

Anctil, ATAN, and Glenn L. Born in Center, Nebr., August i L-1 featured on the winning entry -

Mitchell, ATAN. Both men re- 30, 1925, he moved shortly afterwards of the recent Fasron 109 Insignia
ported from NATTC Memphis.
with his family to Charter contest.
Following a tour of duty with Oak; Iowa. In June, 1941: he Submitted by Lt. Jack Sande-

FaetuLant at Norfolk, Va., Aug- moved to Foley, Ala., which he fur, this entry won by an over. '
ust G. Klingbiel, AT3, and AlfredD. .
now claims home and 'Is a. 1942 whelming majority vote, and has
Stapp, ATS, have returned to graduate of Foley High. been submitted for official ap-
- share the working load in Hangar
13 at Cecil Field. The Navy's Gold Star was'' presented proval. With an affirmative, Fas-
to Lt (jg) Frank S. Glen- ron 109 personnel will be free to
While'on recent leave in Spin- lieu sport the insignia on their
dinning in! of his second Air gear.
dale, N. C., Donald R. Gurley, Medal by Skipper Lcdr. FrederickE. Representing a 11 kinds of

AOAN, joined VF-103's list of Woodward during the squad- weather are a cloud and a sun in
brownbaggers when he married ron's monthly personnel inspection the background of the insignia.

the former Jocle Leen Langley. Friday. The citation was award. Roman numerals around the

ed for Lt. (jg) Glendinnlng's meritorious clock signify continuous opera

Fairon 6 achievement in! aerial tion. The Latin'motto, "ad infinitum -

Exceptional skill, leadership, and __ __ __ servitium" voices the unit's
flight October 5, 1951 as a pilotof "" " "" "" """" ''' N.
initiative are but a few of the. VF-172 based on board the WINNING INSIGNIA-Holding the winning entry of the Fas- readiness to perform "service to
qualities considered when select USS Essex (CVA-9)) during operations ron 109 insignia contest, Comdr. Grover Gilmore, commanding the end".
ing this week's "White Hat of the against enemy _aggressor officer of the squadron congratulates Lt. Jack Sandefur, who sub- ,
Week mitted the creation. The,theme of the insignia is explained in the
Raymond E. Feddersen, forces in Korea.
AK1 of ....u.. .___ _.. .. accompanying story on the right. GOC Volunteers
Supply department.A .uoteu nom CItation signed oy
broken-service'sailor, Fedder- the Secretary of the Navy, R. B. and Conjey Cantrell, A01, his sec- t.0 the last match of the season. I
first enlisted Anderson Lt. ond. The "Welcome :Mat" was dusted Commended For
Ben August 23, 1943. (jg) Glendinning
. lie was assigned to Bronson Field carried out repeated damaging,attacks In the Veteran's Bowling Loop off recently as four men checkedIn

located near Pensacola, where heI I against vital enemy targetsin last week, Acme Sewing Co., up- for duty. Just in are Harold Operational TestAn

served his entire enlistment. He the face of Intense and accurate set Fasron Six, 2-1, and thus F. Wright, SN, off the USS Cor-

was discharged in May, 1946 as ; hostile anti-aircraft fire, materially shortened the number one spot duba (AF-32)); James R. Hollis, operational test held last

A02 and by April, 1947, had reenlisted I aiding his division in dis- lead to only two games since The AO3, and James L. Johnson, AD- Sunday morning to determinethe

as a seaman and sent to persing an enemy troop transport Still took a pair from NATTC AN, both from VF-172, and Donald effectiveness of the Jackson-

Receiving Station, Mustin Field, convoy, killing the majority of the Marines. L. Schmidt, AN, from VF-173, ville Filter Center, and observation

Philadelphia, Pa. Two months troops, destroying the vehicles and Vic Ciepllnskl set the pace for posts throughout Central

later he was assigned to VF-21, completely demolishing a supply the home five with the top three. VF174A Florida,'was declared a success.
NAS Oceana, Va., remaining with warehouse and adjacent building. game set of 561 followed closelyby quartet of sharpshootersamong More than 1,000 ground corp

the outfit until July, 1952, when Good Conduct awards were presented Bill Walraven with 555.: The the "Hell Razor" pilots of personnel and 65 Filter Center
he reported 'to Fasron Six. at the inspection to Richard locals meet Mid State Steel &: VF-174 chalked up 200 hits during volunteers participated in the

While attached to VF-21, he D. Young, AB1, his first; Rob- Wire Co. tonight at the Springfield gunnery practice at GuantanamoBay practice exercises, Lt. John H.

participated in three Mediterranean ert W. Vittum, ADI, his fourth, Bowling Center in the next last week. Allers Jr., commander of the
Lt. (jg) Walt Hatfield riddled
and an equal number of Carib- Jacksonville Filter Center, an-
( the tow target over 70 times during nounced. During the .exercise

I the high speed runs which Civil Air Patrol aircraft were

Lt. Landry Closes ii: : were made at short Intervals. I flown from bases in Jacksonville,
.- J Pouring' lead through the banner Orlando, Ocala and Tampa over

Colorful Career; over 40 times each were Lt. courses in the central part of the.
I Charles O. McDaniel, Lt. (jg) state.

Retires After 30 Willie Charles Ryals.Greenwood and Ensign I Lt. Allers also said that the local -

Filter Center received 431
Retirement after three decadesof Present records Indicate the
calls from observation posts reporting -
Naval service came this week 4 foursome currently comprise tbe
aircraft. One hundred
for Lt. Joseph S. Landry, Com' "hottest" division among the "Hell
and six calls
were passed on to
FalrJax Staff Communications officer Razors". "Old Timers" with the
the Air Defense Center in Ma-
who served 15 of his 30 squadron believe the average
rietta, Ga.GETS .
years in submarines.In established set a new high for hits

culminating his adventure- during gunnery practice.
packed career>; Lt. Landry vividly .

recalled several highlights which ....., Fasron 109
.
carried him to all four corners of Three popular members of Fas

the globe. :f ron 109's ordnance division were
Many Highlights transferred to sea duty last week.

One of the many highlights of Gunner Albert L. Leimer, advanced

Ms career took place at Argentia EASIER TO HANDLE-Using parts salvaged from other underseas weapons officer,
In 1941. While attached to the planes, Luie Fuller, AMC, (right) and Joseph Jaggard, AMI, assembled received orders for duty aboard
staff of Admiral Ernest King this compact hydraulic power unit for use in their outfit, the carrier USS Wright.
VF31. The model's weight is one-tenth that of the regulation
aboard the cruiser USS Augusta, power plant and can be handled by half as many men. Rounding-out the trio are Pat >5
former President. Franklin D. rick S. McCarthy, AOl, and Robert
Roosevelt and B r I t a i In's Prime "Wanted Something We Could Carry" L. Brake, the latter departingfor f ..

:Minister Winston Churchill came Port Lyautey while McCarthywas

aboard for the.signing of the Atlantic Two VF-31 Members Design Compact slated for flat- top duty .
Charter. aboard the USS Tarawa. wfwc; ".i'SV.

Later he was assigned to the Julius P. Martin, ADC/AP, and
Hydraulic Power Unit f from 'Salvage!
battleship USS Idaho. It was during his wife are. the proud parent of
the major engagement for Okinawa A"hydraulic power unit designedby a baby girl born last week at the

that the Idaho ashore. Naval Hospital. The Martins .
suffered her two VF-31 men has taken the :
heaviest damage of the war place of a regulation power unit Need for the rompact. hydraulic have two other girls. : 4J-' 4k;

a direct hit by a Kamikaze plane., ten times its size commonly used power' plant was recognizedby *

At Iwo Jima and Palau she playeda by the Navy. the two Fleet Air Jacksonville VF-IS ::.;.
leading role against the enemy Parts salvaged from other men while on a recent Mediterranean Sea duty for personnel( of VF-13,
cruise with VF-31 currently'aboard the carrier USS
aggressors. planes were used by Luie R. Fuller
Hours Undersea" aboard the USS Leyte, e a r 11 Franklin D. Roosevelt, took a holiday
AMC, and Joseph F. Jaggard, *
this on August 8.9 when Lcdr. y 1
year.
inflicted
"Despite heavy damage AMI, in building their. 150-pound
upon the Idaho, we suffered nocasualties' power unit. In the event an aircraft should John C. O'Connor, squadron skip
per, authorized a beach
party on
during any invasion,1Lt. "We wanted something we could be forced to make a wheels-up
related. San Pietro Island in Taranto, It 4
Landry carry," stated Chief Fuller. "This landing on A carrier, the resultant A J
I i'
During his long tenure of sub- model suits our purposes much damage might render inoperativethe aly.A hearty "well done" to Chief f.

marine duty he logged many hours better than the 'bowser' presentlyin plane's hydraulic system. Fold M. B. McCubbins and his recreation J y
under the sea between Honolulu, use in the fleet. That'one requires ing the' wings 1 prior to loweringthe committee for an excellent
Panama, San Diego, and New Lon- four to and plane on the elevator would fps 4 4'st y.{
men move op- Job of arranging the party which lJP n_Photo.__.___. __._4__'J
don, Conn.A erate. Ours is easily handled by therefore require full hydraulicpower consisted of swimming, sun-bath--

native of Louisiana, Lt. Lan- two," he added.In from, an outside source ing, water-football, famovfa American MOVIE BID-Going up
the
steps to fame and fortune
here in June 1952 for without undue loss of time.
dry reported satisfactory operation
beverages, and ham sandwiches Is curvacfous Myrna ITansen,
from Cape May, N. J., where he over a month at VF-31, the small While designed expressly for with all the trimmings. who in the recent "Miss Uni-
served as officer In. charge of unit equals the performance of its VF-31's F2H3 Banshee jet fighter, Only one-half of the squadron's verse" contest. was named
radio communications. Fol routine several other "Miss U. S. A... Incidentally
Navy big predecessor during squadrons with other complement attended the alt hands for literal minded service
lowing retirement he plans to'livein maintenance and safety checks. It types of aircraft are considering affair on each date due to regulations sonnel, the letters "U. S. per-A.",
Jacksonville with his wife and can supply hydraulic power I construction of similar units allowing only 60 percent do not mean that she is the

three children. wherever needed, aboard a ship or for their own use. ashore during one period. Army.property.of.the United States

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Jax-Based Champ r M -mot: Reveal Regs Medal Of Honor To I


Now In Far East 41 Sea Service Men i

; For Wearing Forty-one sea service. fight-
ing men have won the Medal of

Gets N'ew.Skipper o NDS MedalWashington Honor, the highest award of all,

,Command of the Jacksonville ',4 { e>' In 37 months of war In Korea '
based aircraft carrier USS Lake spa (AFTS) Details All except one of the 41 were

Champlain (CVA-39)) changed II: : of the, award and wearing of the from the First Marine Division.Of .

handa in the Far East recently I M National Defense Service Medal the total, 37 were Marines,
with Capt. George T; Mundorff A' have been announced by the De- four Navy men. Thirty were
k fense Department.. Regulations enlisted and 11 officers
relieving c pt. Leonard B. South- : Fa, I were
erland. concerning the medal will soon be ,
Tft
Issued by the military depart- :
With the ship in the Korean '

battle ,zone, .formal, ceremonieswere '. ments.
The award was established by ,
held simply yai Executive Order for those having FROM''
Captain Southerland served as
honorable service as members of
Chief of Staff to Commander .<<6
the Armed Forces for any period
Carrier Division One, Is
which,
SALTY HUMOR
c'; between June 27, 1950, and a terminal :
now aboard the 'u 8 SLake .. .." .....W. A date not yet announced. HERE-AND THERE \
Champlain, before becoming the
VII ORIENTATION Individuals specifically excluded
-Familiarization Instruction for the ARC-
new commanding officer of the 27 ultra-high frequency transmitter and receiver Is'given three from receiving the award. are The old mountaineer was discussing -
ship Faetu students by Instructor Westley Shaw?AT3, (second from those whose active service consisted do m est n relationshipswith
Mundorff right). Receiving instructions are Franklin Crow, AT3, (left);
Captain reported to of short tours of his moonshlning wife "I
solely : active :
,
Harold Forrest AT3 4
second from
I ( left), and Edward Menzlnger,
the "Champ" in May 19 2. Five ATC, (right). duty to fulfill training obligations guess, Zeke, I ought to be ashamedof I
months later he assumed commandof under an Inactive training myself. With all her faults I

the big carrier which set a Real Technical KnowledgeElectronics programj, temporary active dutyto love her still.

trans-Atlantic speed record whenit serve on boards, courts, commissions -
was first commissioned in June etc.; active duty for the "]lave you heard the last boP;

1945. The "Champ" was sent to Know-How sole purpose of undergoing a, physical joke?" .
the Jacksonville area on a perma- examination, or active duty "I hope so."
nent basis last fall Just prior to for purposes other than for ex-

its assignment to Korean duty. Gained At Faetu Unit tenth active duty.BAPTISMAL "Am I the first girl you ever
Captain Mundorff received a citation kissed"
for his work from Vice Ad- "Now that you mention it, you;
miral Joseph J. Clark, Commander (This is the third of'a series( of six articles on the varied( do look familiar" -

U. S. Seventh Fleet, for the ship's courses offered by Fleet Airborne Electronics Training Unit, Detachment .

quick approach to battle efficien- Two). '.I" A entered! the saloon

cy. Four electronic courses offered by Faetu Detachment Two in- with his wife and six-year-old boy

clude one on anti-submarine warfare, one on ARC-27 ultra high frequency 'f. and ordered two whiskeys.
transmitter and receiver, another on Mark 10 identification 1 "Ain't ma drinking?" asked.

'Once Marine, equipment and one electronic counter-measures. ... the boy.

Collaboration with Fleet l Air '
Always Marine' Wing 11 is maintained In the anti- A highly technical course is of- ; Doctor: "Young woman, you
submarine warfare Indoctrinationcourse fered by Faetu on the ARC-27 set. a' have acute appendicitis"
Facilities are available ,to qualify
She "Never mind the
: compliments
in 913.
given lii/llding"
!
For Women Too! electronic technicians on proper -tell me what's wrong with
This schooling is designed to maintenance and service of the "
me.
The old adage about "oncea teach pilots and electronics per. equipment. ; .
Marine sonnel basic concepts of the submarine ::2 ifi.t:. ,
always a Marine"applies ; A young mechanic thought he'dlike
;
and to
problems present SINCE THIS is tech
course '
to women, too, if recent so a job in the country for a
submarine characteristics along nical it is limited to -. ....
:
events at Marine Aviation personnelwith .....
"
\
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change hoe horse?
"Calyou
Detachment NATTCenter with a description of current 'extensive experience in main ."....... .. ....... a !
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are
,
a farmer asked him. He said he
methods of combating the under. tenance of electronic 'equipment, ..
.
any indication. was willing to try, so the.farmer
sea menace. but it also offers an introductoryand
Reporting aboard to begin a ... .m- left him with the horse and wentto
refresher lecture for
new tour of duty after eight pilots the village on an errand. Returning -
AIRBORNE operations give the and crew members who operatethe CEREMONYIn -. .
years as. a civilian was reserv her found the horse lyingon
student training in submarine ARC-27. a ceremony held at the
ist Margaret Youngs. She re- tracking and destruction through NATTCenter Indoor Fool, Lt.Edgar its back, all four feet up in the
enlisted after two During this two-week instruction air. It had been
spending special devices. Constant evaluation Day, Chaplain, and a shoed thoughand
years as a WR during the latter course personnel who main- Baptist minister, gives baptismal the job had been well done.
of and the
improvement on rites to Glenn
tain equipment in the fleet Murray
are
days of World War II. Duringher "Not bad at all," remarked the
courses are rendering it much AA, of AE School. This is
basic
first tour of duty she went more effective than when first given electronic theory, ultra just one of the many services farmer, "but what's wrong with
through recruit training in San high frequency characteristics, performed by chaplains at the "
established and it is expected to the horse? lie looks a bit odd.
1 Diego and was stationed at' circuit'analysis, maintenance pro- Center in carrying out the
soon with similar air "I've been worrying about that,"
compare any cedures and techniques, and a moral guidance program.is .
Pendleton Calif.
Camp crew training available. replied the young mechanic. "lIe'sbeen
highly commended trouble shoot-
designed to teach electronic
Reenlisted by a recruiter in like that ever since I took
ing procedure, counter- measure operators and
Syracuse, N. Y., she says it Flight-Test Bigger him out of the vise!"
into Current identification, friend electronics personnel the develop-
was the chance to get .
aviation that attracted her Speedier Fury Jet from friend systems are coveredin ments of those wartime and peace

most. The prototype of a new and a one week course maintainedby time operations. Retired Pay

e After'reenlisting she was sent. faster Navy Fury Jet fighter, the Faetu. Active and passive phases of radar
North American FJ-3, has suc- Complete maintenance and serv- counter measures, includingthe
here to Airman School.
cessfully completed its first test ice of this equipment are coveredin various methods of deceptionand Annuity LawIn

flight. Slightly heavier and some- addition to providing operational detection used, are given.

All-Saints Choir what larger than Its predecessors, checkouts for both pilots and Flight operations confront the Offing -
the FJ-3 is rated in the high subsonic crew members. student with tactical employment,

Opens Rehearsals; speed class. It is poweredby operating techniques, recognition, The procedure for military per .
the Wright J.65 Sapphire turbo ELECTRONIO counter meas- and other normal operating re- sonnel, retired or active, to pro
Seeks MembersRehearsals jet engine. ures taught by the training unit sponsibilities. vide a part of their retired payas

beginning Thursdayat .. annuities for survivors will be .
1830 will mark the opening of v>' announced by the Defense Depart-

the Fall schedule of the All Saints r 4y y,s Cl y 4+ vC aft. .. %( ment as early as possible.A .

Chapel Choir law which goes into' effect.

The choir, founded coincident Nov. 1 permits personnel' to do
I with''the opening of All Saints this by using a part of their retired -

Chapel in February 1943, has made pay as a sort of monthly

I many appearances in churches in premium. Until regulations are

thecity.. It sings regularly at announced to put it into effect,
the Sunday morning Chapel serv service people are urged to with
ices. hold inquiry about its workings.The .

Roger Hatlestad, SN, is the or. law provides four basic options
ganist-choir director; James Wels- including an annuity pay

I ford, SN, Is president and Vivian able to widow until death or remarriage

McCready, secretary. AFIRE and an annuity payableto
child or children while under 18
Membership in the choir is vol.
and unmarried.
untary. Inasmuch as there is a
large turnover in personnel, new The basic principle is that the

members are always welcomer retired person converts his pres-
seq ent straight single life' annuity Into

Absence makes the heart grow -- a Joint and survivors annuity

fonder. Peroxide makes the hair PREVENTION CONFERENCE-A committee charged with the planning and promotionof of a smaller amount.
grow blonder.' Fire Prevention Week Ode 4-10 held Us "kick-off meeting last week. The Naval Air Station .
placed fifth In fire prevention among all naval activities. Hopes this year are to better that record. Groom: "Who spilled mustard
Parking place -something yousee Seated are, (left to right) Lt. Frank Molinaro, assistant Security officer; Lt. Col. Paul Treitel, Security on this waffle?"
officer; Edwin Hicks, assistant fire chief; James Hardin; William Hardin; 'Quentin Cantrelland
when you haven't got your Andrew Dixon. Standing (left to right) Donald Moran, fire chief; William Williams; George Bride: "Oh, honey, how could
car. Gemming, Billy'Downing and Charles Owens.:.. ,you? This is a lemon pic."





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All-Naty Diamond TitleContinued


( from Page 1)

Lean named Capt. B. C. here.A.Marine Color Guard will

McCaffree, NAS CO, to coordinate raise the Stars and Stripes at-

activities for the both opening game ceremoniesto

F All-Navy festivities. be followed by an introduc

Top ranking civilian and tion of personnel of both teams.

Armed Forces officials have Starting time for games every

been invited to attend activities "- day will be 1500. .

here and the over- A flip of the coin in All-Navy
all list of'guests' is expectedto Headquarters, Tuesday morn-

e- .. m. r exceed 60. ing at 0900, will determine the '"
> Rear Admiral Osborne home team for the inaugural.

B. Hardison, Commander Thereafter, teams will rotate.

Fleet Air Jacksonville, will In the event of rain, play will .

make the presentation of ,continue the following day until

trophies to the winners and .. the best-oLfive series is

runners up immediatelyafter completed. .
the final game.A S
OF ALL-NAVY PLAY Field home of the fax Navy Fliers and "prov.
SITE -Spacious Mason bRINKS
SOFT and 'sand-
dance All-
Ing ground" for major league stars will be the the of the All-Navy Baseball Championship Sept. honoring the
I S-1L Little Creek, Va., Eastern representative, will meet either NAS Los Alamltos or SubPac of Navy champions will be wiches will be sold at a con
Gaant, currentbattling! ; for the Western crown. Starting time for all games, the best of five, will held in the Mainside Gym, cession booth located under

be ibex Building Three, the nightof the grandstand on the third ',,

the final game, which in base side of the field. Station

Organization the event of a sweep by one Master-at-Arms will. be on dutyat

f team would be Thursday, all times.Schedule .

Meetings For Sept. 10. of hitting and infield "
S S M practice every day will

Jj II I SHOULDERING a giant's be: HittIng-home team 1300.
NAS IM
Play share,of playoff responsibilitiesis 1340; visiting team, 13401420.
Frank McCaffrey Coordinator Infield-home team 1420.1430;
;
Competition in the fall intra-
4ut and Athletic Director. The visiting team, 14301440.
muraj sports program-volley '
me Jar Navy baseball and basket. Four umpires will work'eachgame
i ball, touch football and bowling,
ball coach has been instru the men in black expected
is scheduled to get underway at
mental is scheduling diamond fo be selected from leading
Mainside, Monday, Sept. 14.
workouts and for Florida State and
arrangements League
rw ..JfU Deadline in
for all three
J'aJr. entry both clubs during their stay outh Atlantic League arbiters.
sports is tomorrow, Sept. 4. Team
4 with. ohn M. Chanral rosters must be completed and

For three days the talk of the Sixth Naval District Golf i filed with Special Services be Weekly Blind Always Be Considerate

Tournament here in July was Gene Towry, a slight Texan, fore Sept. 11.Volleyball Of Putting SurfacesRule

:who carried his sticks', around the Navy Memphis fairways matches will be Bogey HonorsGo No. 7 of the weekly aeries -
held during the noon-hour while
when at home.
: of Colt Etiquette concerns
That was until the little bloke was overpoweredby grid engagements will be con- To AyersLike procedure of players on the putting -

Jax Navy's Mr. Magnificent, Erwin Scott, who eraseda ducted directly after working surfaces to be followed
one-stroke deficit on the final day and converted it into hours. Bowling is slated for the,. every place else in Jack- when leaving for the ensuing
a two-blow championship. Mainside alleys, Bldg. 3, at 1830. sonville, the rains came to the Na- tee.
Organizational meetings for val Air Station' last
Cause for the "after thought" was an item ]last week golf course Close adherence to the rules
the fall sports were held late week but held off long enough for
fn daily which headlined Towry's two consecutive I being set down by this series
a paper last week under the chairman. Ceorge Ayers to fashion a smooth
rounds of 66 vaulting him to amateur honors in the King will result in the betterment of
ship of Intramural Director i 78-8-70 and hit the winning number ,
Tournament at Blytheville Ark. the Naval Air Station course
Cotton
Frank McCaffrey. In Saturday's Blind t Bogey Professional
Towry was a cool nine strokes under the winning Coaches and units representedat tournament. Jack Harvey

pro,-and you can really believe that's cool. Harold Williams last week's meetings, were: I' The second number drawn out points out.RULE SEVEN

of Tuscaloosa, Ala., was the play-for-pay boy who Volleyball-Fasron Six, Horace of the hat, 74, was matched by the

was buried beneath Towry's 51-hole total of 202. Looney, ADC; Fasron 109, Ens.! Comdr. Harry Harty, a perennial should Through Insure that green any a turf player cut'or.

The 202 round shattered an old record of 203 set by Edward Connell; Operations,! scorer In this competition, with an dl"placed by him Is replacedat

Champ Yarbrough of Vincennes, Ind., in last year's tourney. Jack Lucovsky, AK2, and VP-16, 84-10-74. once and pressed down, and
J. L. Senecal AM3. A visiting linkater, Dan Bikes
"Jacksonville has one of the toughest courses I've ever that, after the players have
played,"' the Dallas golfer told this department during the Bowling-VF-11, Karl Richard. of Jacksonville, paced the field in holed out, any damage to the

course of the District marathon. Towry is on reserve dutyat son, ADC; Fasron Six Vic Ciep- the race for low gross honors by putting green made by the ban
linski, AD2 ComFair Jar, L. II. carving out a fine one-over-par
Memphis, awaiting discharge in the very near future. ; or the player Is carefully re-
'> ** McColskey, YN3; Fasron 109, Ensign 73. I paired.
,
Connell; VC-62, Robert Burrows Wednesday's Pro-Amateur tourneys
Mainside units stayed away in droves from the three
AN; Supply, Ens. John which have enjoyed great
Intramural organizational meetings last week to discuss
Husker;, VP-16 J. F. Rollings- success In the past are expectedto Bowlers
the three fall sports, volleyball, bowling and touch foot. Varsity
worth, AM3, and Operations, resume this week, Pro Jack :r
ball.That's Lucovsky. Harvey reports
anything but a good record for some highly regarded Touch football-Personnel, W. Present plans call for a trophyto Enter City PlayAt'Srillgfield
athletic units who strive to stay in contention for the
Donald
G. Thomas YN3
; Supply be awarded to the man receiving
Iron Man Trophy and then wonder why they're short on Mumm, AKAN; VP-16, Hollings- the most points In fall Pro-
) in the final '
points tally. worth 109 Con-
; Fasron Ensign Am tourneys
No doubt there will be a flock of late arrivals'seeking nell; Fasron Six, E. C. Szymkie- Further information can be ob- NATTCenter's' Varsity Bowling-

entry in each league, expecting be briefed on rules, wicz AMI, and VF-11, James tained at the golf shack. i I team will compete in a City
schedules and what-have-you which should have been Sexton, AO'3.
League at the Springfield
taken care of in the meetings. Important' meeting of touch alleys
beginning Monday Sept.. 14, Coach
Ifscathing criticism is drawn when such appearancesare football representatives will be Set New RegulationsFor D. J. (Burt) Burton announced. ,

made, sit back and take it, 'cause there's little question held Friday, Sept. 11, to further Procurement Oft The team is captained by "Tiny"

,that's it due. discuss rule changes. Additional Fishing EquipmentEffective Wilhon of the Marines and, includes

The intramural program has mushroomed to gigantic information of' intramural Johnny Maurer, Burton
heights in the past year, yet the ultimate goal of all-out meetings will be published in last Tuesday, a new Carl SUtrunk and Norm Hartslef.
next week's issue of Air News. procedure for the procurement
participation has not been scratched.And aIn *
of fishing gear, outboard motors -
they still gripe about the officials!
addition
and additional to the league team,
equipmentfrom
the National League in 1950? Weig Lifters Slate Special Services depart- men are turning out for the dou

4. What American League pit- Initial Formal DrillsAt ments will be adhered to by bles Varsity which will play out.
cher known the station side opponents. Coach Burton
ui was as "Big personnel.The
FO Train?" % Indoor .Arena regulation reads: Reservations plans to enter two teams as doubles ...
for week-end equipment in outside competition. .
ANSWERS Formal workouts for the Jax On the squad are Bill Engel, .
1. will be taken from 0700
Dizzy Dean, who won 30
Navy weight-lifting team will Norman Breault, Leonard Herbert,
[By Armed Forces: Press Service) games for the St. Louis Cardinals Monday. Motors, will not be
tomorrow'evening at 1800
open and
Tommy Thompson Charles
in 1934. Roberts got his 28 last checked out two consecutlyeweekend.s.
QUESTIONS
at the gym of the NATTCenter Spitzner.
1. Robin Roberts was one of year for the Philadelphia Phils. Indoor Pool, according to. Coach No telephone res? *
be
two National League pitchers in 2. Paddy DeMareo, who is a Irv Franzblau. ervatlons.will permitted. All Vanity positions are challenge -

19 years to win 28 or more games.Who lightweight. The weightlifters have been tween Gear 0730 must and be picked up be- j spots and other members of

was the other I 3. .Jim Konstanty of the Philadelphia practicing daily on the mats and 1300 Friday. : the squad may challenge throughout -
Gear not
will be
: picked up can-
2. Which is wel- :
fighter not a Phils.
tossing "barbells and weights take '
the season to over one
celled and
terweight Gil Turner, Johnny 4. (Walter .Johnson, immortal around but Coach Franzblau the cancellation given list.to persons The on I of the five top positions.

Bratton or Paddy DeMarco Washington hurler wh had a called for the formal workout to pre- An 18-game series is now beingrun
3. What relief pitcher was lifetime record of 41i; wins ceeding applies only to equip-
get ready for the opening meetof ment leaving the station. I off to establish averages for' ;
Voted "Most Valuable Player" in against 279 setbacks the season later this month. : .
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,. .. ..... ........ Puddles
ti: Dig Those Crazy
Civilian Golf .


Meet OpensSaturday 'Rain, It's So Cozy In The




..tf;;'..:":.. Rain,' Or So II Says HereSeated



:'1t I comfortably on orange crates which had floated

: : by mistake into a quaint five-by-fifteen dressing room, Jax

Qualifying rounds for the first Navy's football coaches, three by number, gazed dejectedly:

station Civilian Golf Championship through a knot-hole in the door to the bleak black of day, so
Tournament to be held since ; :
< ; made by the too-frequent leaking Florida skies
1950 will be held Saturday and ., ,. "We might build a mammoth
Sunday at the Naval Air ..... .
.Sta I' tent," averred head coach Dick northeast corner of the room.,

tion course. h\ :" .. '...'.',.. Maylander, extremely chagrinedby so designated because Michigan .

Participants will tee off begin- .,...-_ ."'..,. ;.,!Ii c';.. the umpteenth day of rain U. ii similarly situated
ing at 1030 Saturday and may which has slowed practice drills from Michigan State on a map,

also qualify anytime Sunday. to a duck walk (wet ducks are and, to quote a favored expression

Tourney golfers should call the reported to move at a maximumrate "you shouldn't confuse

golf shack, extension 8157, to ar ., of two MPH, which is con- us Wolverines," end

range for a starting time for DIG THIS CRAZY UMBRELLA-This quartet of lax Navy sidering currents, winds and roach Ed McNeil spoke:

foursomes, to avoid congestionon football linemen are no* warming.their hands over a fire, but hunters in the vicinity), 'Tis said our is
the course. forming a "human umbrella" for head roach Dick Maylander, opener Sept.
All civilian during a recent downpour. Left to right are, Everett Crews, "Fret not, head man piped 19 with the 50 th Regimental
employees
at NAS
Charlie Leonard line coach Jim Wagner, "if this
Tiny Dallmeler and Ray Brown. Crews Is a returning -
are eligible to compete. Trophiesand center, while the others are tackle candidates The Fliers, rain keeps up we'll have the Combat Team of Fort Benning.

prizes will be awarded to hampered in practice by wet grounds and rain, have literally best mudders in the country." Methinks the game should be

the winner and runner up of the been swimming through 19.their daily sessions in preparation for Rising from his perch In the moved indoors."
season Sept.
each flight, to consolation victors opener -

and to the low medalist. .. .' A hurried telephone call by
Match play will prevail 'Red Rippers'WorkoutWith :; : :W'S" ; Maylander to the Weather Bureau

throughout the tourney. Players : produced poor results other
:
will be bracketed into four and than the learning the fish were

possibly five flights. Followinga biting voraciously at the cor-

complete return of all qualifying Sportcomplete ner of Forsyth and Laura,where

scores, pairings will be made Jax BoxersThree i $" upon it was suggested to tic hel-

and announced by next Thurs- members of VF-11, the mets together for seining pur-

day. First round matches must "Red Ripper" squadron, and a poses.

be completed by 1800( ( Sunday, fourth as assistant coach, are now With a perplexed look gluedto

Sept., 12.Heib working out with the Jax Navy his West Virginia features,

: Pinney, 0 & R, is defending boxing, team, Coach Steve Mayer and it's quite a feat for anything .

champion, having defeated announced.The I 10-Game Slate to stay glued in this weather,

his borther Rod Pinney, bojcers? are Rollie Fontaine, Maylander asked, "Did anyonego

of Operations in the last tour 160 pounds,. Don M a u reI', 135 in aftEr Jack Bishop when he "

nament held.Florida. pounds, and Lynian Dustin, 135 went under the third time on the
For Station Footballers "
pounds. George Callan is actingas midfield stripe yesterday?

U. Bares assistant coach for the Navyto "No worry there, head man,"

Mayer.In Signing of formidable Shaw Air Force Base of Sumter, grinned Coach Wagner, "in anticipation .

addition (to the "Ite
Ticket Data For per" rlngnien, Able McIntosh, 1953 football schedule, dotted with four road games and six ropes to all the backs with instructions '

]160 pounds, and Carroll Gil- on Naval Air Station turf. to my linemen to
_.. .
NAS Personnel christ, 15: pounds, are turningout Five teams return to the- Fliers pull In, not tackle, and Jackson
er to Jax Navy's football slate.
I with the Navy. Mtlnto last four of was fished out on the 3*."
schedule] from year,
Ticket information from the First of four road games will
in from YT-5: and GllrhrUt from Equipment manager Jess Ar-
University of Florida for all Ga- which gained decisions as the local be Oct. 10 on the home grounds
vr-s. nold appeared with a cocker
tor football games, home and boxers include eleven skidded to a season of the University of Tampa Spar-
NATTCenter
spaniel who was anxious to try
away, was released for Naval Air 126 and Kent I mark of 351. "We're optimistic tans, Cigar Bowl champions. It
Boyd Acy, pounds, out for quarterback. lie was "ex.tinguished"
Station personnel this week by of chances this ," Head will be one of two night games
Ramsden, 154 pounds, both of AE"A" our year however, when the
the University Athletic Association for the Fliers.
School. Coach Dick Maylander remarked showers flooded and the dog

at Gainesville.A Coach: Mayer also ha a squadof "but, we'll play each oppo- Underrate No One drowned.

despondent chord was struck, 10 Marines turning out. Under nent one at a time." Journeying northward, J a x
A Jax Air News reporter dash-
however, 'when it was learned Navy will be intercepted by Norfolk -
the present plan, the Leathernecks Opener Sept. 19 ed in seeking information for a
that the traditional GeorgiaFlorida Navy, Oct. 16. The Tars suc-
Airborne
it 111 constitute Marine The 508th Regimental practice story "Gotta have info
clash in Jacksonville's Ga- and In Combat Team of Fort Benning, cumbed to the Fliers here last "
varsity flfthf separately fast, he blared, "holding the
tor Bowl, Nov. 7, has been a 26.7, but are not expectedto
tournaments, but will combine Ga., arrives here Sept. 19 to pry year deadline just for you "
guys.
complete sellout for months and with Jax :Navy for meets the lid off the '53 schedule. The be a breather this season.
Tell 'em we're still trying,
that it is Impossible to fill tic- against other competition.The Red Devils emerged with a 26-20 The Fliers return home Oct.
hopes are high and the waters
ket requests by mail. first intramural competition win in a heated skirmish on Var- 24 for a joust with a powerhouseFt. "

Florida, ranked fifth in Stan- will be held Thursday, Sept. sity Field, last year. Belvoir squad. The Virginia rate higher concluded, the coaching triumvi

ley Woodward's national pre- I 17, instead of Sept. 10, so as not Fort! Benning sends another of Engineers are highly regarded in .

season selections ahead of formidable to conflict with the All-Navy its strong entries here the following Army grid circles and should

Georgia Tech,'has filledan Baseball Championships scheduled week, Sept. 26, in the form prove a tough mid-season oppo Reschedule usa .

attractive 10 game schedule, here at that time. of the Brigade Rams, a newcom- I nent.

to be Inaugurated with the Another Army,, pigskin lortfess, Table Tennis PlayThe

Southwest Conference favorite the Atlanta General Supply Depot -
Tourna-
Rice Institute, Sept. 19. at Houston ,' makes a visit to Varsity ment, originally USO Ping scheduled Pong for this

Tex. Field, Nov. 7. Little is known of week on the Club tables at 37 W.
Homecoming will be Oct. 24 at the Cracker eleven, "But, we
has been until
;Monroe, delayed
Gainesville against Louisiana i & r:71: "
: won't underrate anybody advised
State University and requests for l at Monday evening, Sept. 7,
Coach
Maylander.
tickets are being handled on the *:. ; Tourney Chairman Frank Pus- .

basis of Current Contributors, Schedule Two Rivals ka, former national champion of '

Former Football Lettermen, 6 Sandwiched between the Hungary, announces that entriesare
Doughboy tussles is a trip to Eg-
still being received in both
Alumni with dues paid and the
General Public. X *, lin Air Force Base, Oct. 31, and singles and doubles play and that
the Fliers are anxious to avengea
Florida's 1953 schedule] denot all service personnel are invitedto
14-13 defeat at the hands of the
compete.
ing night (') and ticket
games Eagles on Jax sod in, '52. .
prices in parenthesis, follows: .
Sept. It 'Hire at ITotftUa ($3.M. In the' final two weeks of the
Sept."' 21 Georgia Tech at (jinriTllleOct. season, the Fliers toe the mark Mainside/ / / Grid League
($3.76))
s. 'Ktatifkjr at l..nI8t.. against two arch-rivals, the Mi Needs Officials
($ssn)
Or*. 10 '.S tel. at Gainettllfe ami Marines and the Pensacola Annual call for male person
(15.50). Goshawks both of
Oct. 17 .ClUJel at fftcliMMllto conquerors net to officiate i I intramural .
4 Jax Navy's '52 varsity.
M.M
a>
Oat. ; touch football has been
24 1.81! at lal..nll1euln.( games
fHt. It A.t>.r. .t A.k.r. <$..H). The Marines will be met on i issued by Mains I d e Special
Nu: 1 <1 e. r f I a at Ja fct.*tiU
(Add O.l). Fo h iQW their home bailiwick in the Magic Services department.There .
:>... 18 *JtUmI I at alga.I (t.0)). !Nb City, Nov. 14, while Pensa I
I is an urgent need for
Ticket .order must be accompanied -
ih cola comes to Varsity Field, Nov.
by check or money order personnel with better than average -
27, to close out the Fliers' schedule
made payable to University Ath- knowledge of the game

letic Association. Mail to same, to assist in the Maliuide pro.
Box Station 195J FOOTBALL fcCHEDCLCf : : Officials will be paid.
2787, University gram.
,
+ t. 19 Mlth ARCT, her.
Gainesville. Sept. 21 Brigade KAMI, ber.. meeting of prospective officials
BEAD PIN TOPPLER8-Settlnr their sights on the head pin O**. 3 Shaw. APE, hrre. will be held Friday, Sept.
Ode I* U. f Tampa, there.
Hear about the man who had a at the NATTCenter alleys are these bowler who will vie for varsity CM. 11 N.rf.lk Jf thtr.. 4, at 0930 In the Special ServIces
unbreakable berths throughout the Mason. Left, is T/Sgt. Howard Wilhon oat, 14 Kt. BtlT.lr.'Lcre., .
waterproof, shockproof, with David Maurer, both of AEA( ) School. The Center will field 0t: 91 JCftlU APE than conference room, Building

I antimagnetic watch T lie a Varsity club for city competition. in addition U Its regular' intramural rev.K.... 7 14 Mia AtUatt.t MC'AS7.O&D. hart.a tferc.. J 930.
J lost it. play. N.,. 21 I>aitr la, hut. w



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(Continued,from Fare I) V

Wing Staff such Communics
,
as
(Items offering for sale articlesof
Lions, Medical, CIC and others who
property such as washing machines -
{ v T'j are actively engaged In support of
automobiles, furniture, radios -
clothing and the like are prohibited __ $ k the reserve squadrons
by Defense Department ____ N

regulations. This column will, FOR TWELVE weekends a year

however, list such services as the crew studies the various

available housing, rides wanted phases of Naval supply operation

and lost and found articles or other ,. tit by the classroom method.
) $ C. 4f
similar notices.) Instructors provided by the NA-

FOR RENT ; RTU /Supply department, a full

time active facility under Lt. JacK
Furn. 3 bdrm. apt., 2312 College.Ph. f it-
-7-6249, Mrs. Clark., Mason, Supply officer,. lecture on
q Saturday to the enlisted men. SI.
Furn. combination' live rm and bd- multaneousiy, the officers pursuea
rm., 2312 College. Ph. 7-6249
,
_
two
-year .required course, A Syl.

Mrs Clark. ." "" ",.,,,,{,,..... _. 1"'. "'nf __a aw.III: 'W<< 'R'i",."<"III1WI "'11i11''I'JIIJ 1iiI'_ )1 'IT ,lIlnrAl'l'ailll"'I", "" lab us :for Technical (Aviation)]
FUrn. 2 or 3 bdrm, apt, 1580
Officers furnished the
Supply
Stimson Ave. Ph. ext. 8345, Mr. ALERT TO NEW IDEAS-New and efficient methods and procedures, which will save the Navy by
thousands of dollars yearly, have won beneficial suggestion checks, totaling $580, for 20 membersof Naval Air Reserve Training Commend *
Meyers.
the Overhaul and Repair department. On hand to receive their awards last week were, front .
Widow will share home, $60 mo., row (left to ) Wilborn
right Hayes; Lyle Chaplin; Comdr. George El1enburcassistant 0 & R offi- On Sundays, both officers and
1223 Willow Branch. Ph. 2-5998, cer; Willoughby: Chance Jr; John French, Clyd Roesel, Lee Walker, John Diehl., Back row,
Mrs. Potter James Holton, James Gorman, Robert Edwards, Curtis Jordan, Bouge Snipes, Carl Knapp, Byron enlisted personnel view films, supplied -
Furn. 4349 Bradshaw, Ferry Haynes, William Estes and Wallace. Scott. Absent were Jesse Crawford, John by the Navy and private industry *
eff. apt., Irvlngton, St. Brewer and Gustave Schneider. '
-
and attend classes on
sup
Johns Park, $60 mo. Mrs. Hoi-
loway. On The AlertTwenty ply techniques and 0 per a t i o n.

Unfurn. Revised Report On These particular lectures are
3 bdrm. house, avail. Oct.
15, 4636 Timuquana, $90 mo. Ph. WWII Casualties planned six months in advance,
ORR and are given by one of the four
2-3379, Mrs. Haynes. At Earn .
Washington (AFP .)-A re- supply officers from within the -
Share home, 4739 Crescent. Ph. vised compilation of killed,
group on a rotating basis;
2-3409 Mrs. ..Hutchlns.Furn. wounded and decorated person-

3, rm. apt, 3708 Hedrick St. nel of the Navy Medical Department *

Ph. 8-4577, Mrs. Highsmith. $580 Suggestions in WWII Is now:- be- ANNUALLY the unit spends

Furn. home; Ortega, 2919 Doric. ing distributed. It will be received spends two weeks putting their

Ph. 2-5224, Mrs. Harris. Twenty employeees of the : by Navy 'medical facilities classroom theories to work.

Furn. 2 bdrm. house, 1850 Cot Overhaul and Repair depart- direIYinto- the receiving section and larger medical libraries This year, "on-the-Job" train

tage, $75 mo.' Mrs. Robb. ment received cash awards for reference purposes The Ing In the Supply department here

Furn. 4 rm. ,apt., 4590 Merrimac. amounting to $580 for their booklet lists 1,149 persons killedIn was so arranged, through the cooperation -
,Second ,on the list of award of Norman A. Hel
Ph. 88-0253, Mrs. Marsh.. recent participation in the action and 3,117 wounded. Capt.

Furn. 2 bdrm.; apt., 1422. Wolf Ph. Beneficial Suggestion Pro- winners was Wilborn R.: Hayes, frich, NAS Supply officer, that

2-0746, Mrs. Boone gram here.Individual. ,who was presented a $100 check each man was assigned to the division .

Furn. 3 rm. apt., 4527 Shirley Ph. checks were pre- for hls suggestion proposing a relocation arate. ., where he had requested

: 8-2233 Mrs. Massey. sented by Comdr. George W. El- ,of the check valve.from duty, thereby getting actual ex-

3 'rm.: apt:, 4229 Marquette. Ph. lenburg, assistant 0 & R officer,' the external source feed line of Perry T. Haynes received- $35 perience in the particular phaseof

'2-3771 $65 mo., Mrs. Zane. during informal ceremonies last pneumatic system' compressor for the design of racks for storage Supply in which he was most

Furn. 5 rm. house 1145 Alta Vis week to a point in the main line of AF-2W radomes, a $30 interested.

ta. Ph. 8-2426, Mrs. Smith.. Byron W. Bradshaw meritedthe b between the,compressor and the award went to Carl A. Knappfor Comdr. Gay is working in the

Fern 1 bdrm. apt., also furn. 2 highest award, a $110 check, cabin pressurization system. Fiscal Division, while 'his'assist

bdrm. apt., 8524 Matera. Ph. for his suggestion of a'passage William D. Estes was given a a supporting frame for a ant, Lt. (Jg) Charles C. Ely, is at.

112-8-3244, Mrs. Sadler. for material conveyor. Brad- $60 award, for suggesting a new wing tip, and a $25 check was tached to the. Material Branch.

Share' 5 rm. house, 3047 College. shaw's design was to cut a door- type, packing ring for aircraft, presented to Bouge E. Snipes for Other members of the reserve

Ph. 2-3552, Mrs. Cason. way through' the partition be- which eliminated leaking and re an idea to eliminate the. future unit are -assigned as follows:

Furn.: bungalow. Ph. 2-5224, Mrs. tween Shop 4111 and Receiving work caused by leakage. A $50 replacement of Channels VS- Thomas M. Brims, AKC, to Disbursing

Harris Section of Shop Stores in Build check went to Robert L. Ed- 23629-1 on assembly VS-24611. ;; Hlllard, C. Lathan, SK-

Furn. 3 bdrm. cottage, $65 mo., ing 101 which would permit wards for his idea of a basket Another $25 award went to GC, is in the Packing Section, and

Kingsley Lake. Ph. 2-3176 Mrs. packaged material to be moved rack for keeping gun parts sep William D. Phillips, AKC, and
Willoughby H. Chance, Jr.,
Harris Sam D. Culotta, SKG1, are work-
Furn. 5 rm. apt., 4125 Baltic, apply Built In Little Over Two Hours while still another was shared Ing at the Cold Storage Plant.
by Lyle D. Chapline and Clyde
.. 4839 Shelby, $65 mo., Mrs. a .
E. Roesel.
[ VP-3 Duo Ordnance
Mussells. Expedites :9 Jesse E. Crawford and Gustave STANLEY L. ADAMS SN, andC.
.
Wanted To Rent 2 bdrm. house
: Jerome Johns, AN, are assignedto
$50 mo. Ph. 2-4440, Mrs. Taylor With Own Tunnel Type' A. Schneider received $20 checks, the Commissary Store, while
John C. French won $15, and a
FOR SALE the Navy Exchange was the choice
second
$15 award was shared by
of C. Reid AN and JamesW.
I bdim. house, 714 Ralph St. Ph. Outstanding initiative coupled expedite maximum loading by Curtis R. Jordan, Wallace L. Billy ,' ,
Steedley, SN. James C. Brun-
77-067, Mr. Roe. 40 to 50 percent. Two funnels Scott and Lee A. Walker.
the of ,
with ingenuity on part
son, AN, is working in the Paints
S bdrm. house, Venetla. Ph. 8-1253 .
two VP-3 enlisted men Is paying one on each side of the aircraft, and Oils Division and John L. Mu.

Cmdr. Epperson. big dividends for .that .squad are used in loading. x Those offering suggestions nor,' AN, is assigned to the Ship-
2 bdrm. house 4824 Sesa Circle. worth $10 awards were John R.
ron's ordnancemen who load Baron, a native of San Diego, ping Unit.
Ph. 88-8402, Mrs.Olson.
Diehl, John J. Brewer, and JamesC.
links of 20 millimeter ammuni-
Equity in two houses, Ringsley Calif., came here from NATC, Holton. James W. Gorman was In addition, the program which
tion into P2V-5 Neptune bomb 22 has includeda
began on August
Ave. Ph. 112-8-2211, Helen Patuxent River, Md.,while Gra- given two $10 checks, one for
ers. visit to the USS Saipan basedat
Br6w. dy, who hails from nearby Augusta his suggestion of a vise for R- ,
Edward A. Baron AO1 de Mayport, firing
practiceand
range
MISCELLANEOUS Ga.,' reported to the 2800-34 clutch shaft, and the
signed a "funnel" type device ( a field trip to the Green Cove
squadron from Quonset Point, other for a weight lift for hydraulic
Riders wanted to Miami, leave
used to expedite loading and un R.' I. Springs Navy Base.
Friday Sept 4, return Tues., loading methods. Manufacturing press.

Sept. 8, ph. ext. 592 after 4 P.M. 05 .tne. unit,., which tOOK. "." approximately

Bks. II. Compo D, Jerry 'Short two and three"quar. I

ft Ide r s wanted to Washington, ter hours, was handled by' Gra- Y ft MOVIES

New York and Boston, leave Sept dy Hughes, AMI.

8. Ph.. ext. 559, Chief Blunk. s
i Exchange!: ride with party 'on MAINSIDE
Constructed from 14:-gauge R
Woodcrest Rd. Ph. 8-1354 .Mr; a Thurs., Sept. 3
galvanized iron, the new: ""feed: a
t ? Yd
Stinson. :er" type loader is .Inserted'Approximately i Saginaw Trail: ......._Gene AutryFri.
Returning from Michigan, Sept. forward of
one foot ., Sept. 4
contact Ed Henderson Jax ,.,.
12 the aircraft's bombbayand Half A Hero _Red Skelton

Air News acts aj a guide to prevent shells Sat., Sept. 5
Will baby sit, day or evenings,
from on edges
snagging sharp Terror On A Train
1775 Hamilton. Ph. 8-4956, Mrs.Will .
within the loading zone. ._ Glenn Ford
. A ddie: .0-:

baby sit, day or night, 1533 Safety scores rocketed when ,NATTCENTER' .
the possibility of live round.ammunition -
Cm tola. Ph. 7-4197, Miss Joyner. Thurs., Sept. 3

Baby sitter, day or night, Venetia exploding was curbed- All-American _J Tony Curtis
with the advent of the funnel ., ,
Manor, 4153 TV-ino: Place. Ph. I-; l 1.IS..Slii Fri, Sept.. 4
which also prevents belted am-
88-') 27, Mrs. Pollard. Saginaw Trail; _._Gene' Autry
from broken'from .
mo being protruding
Riders wanted to Atlanta Ga.
:
Sat.
Sept. 5'
pieces ,of equipment.
Leaving Friday, Sept. 4.- Can ,. Half A HeroRed, Skelton
tak two passengers to share
Distortion the links of ammunition NAVAL HOSPITAL
Call .Forsyth, ext.
expenses ... ........ .
Thurs.
860 or 7-55601 after 6 P.M. such as spacing and --- --- Sept. 3

,' alignment of the shells, previ DESIGN LOADER-Grady Hughes, AMI, (left) and Edward China Venture. Edmond OBrien

"What brought you here!" ously contributed frequently to A. Barren, AO1, of VP-3 demonstrate the squadron's latest meth- Fri, Sept 4
"Two policemen." malfunction of the ship's guns. od of loading 20 millimeter shells Into P2V-5 Neptune bomber by All-American _Tony Curtis
using a "funnel" type deylce to expedite loading_ and Increase
"Drunk I With the adoption of Baron'sIdea
suppose. Sat., Sept. 5
safety The two manufactured this device In a little over two
"Yes.sir, both,of,them." I f ordnancemen! are able to, ,hours. r' Saginaw Trail _Gene Autry



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