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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 24, 1953
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VOL-ll No. 24 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, .JACKSONVILLE' FLORIDA 24 Sept. 1953

Home.of Commander Naval Air Oases Sixth Naval District Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Fleet Air Wine 11, Naval Air Technical Training Center.


Dates Announced I Students May



_For Renewal Of ie Z c t:. Still Sign For


Vehicle Stickers ..tiY CollegeStudy

Renewal of station automobile -
Registration for the University -
permits for military per- pf Florida College Extension

sonnel and civilian employees Courses is still open. Interested
'
df the station was begun yesterday personnel can enroll directly .

by the Pass and Iden- with the Class Secretary at

class meetings.The .
tification office.

Because of the size and frequent classes meet at the Na-
val Air Technical Training Center -
replacement required In the
Building 501, Room 201, onthe.following.days xe
current windshield stickers, a Basic
: Mathematic -

small decal has been procured for ', Monday; General Psychology

station vehicle identification. Tuesday ; English,
---
qk. y Wednesday, and U. S. Historyon
W
$ )
41 SOLACE FOR nLACKIE-
s s
Thursday..
Blue dfal111 be used for officers
< -
.. When the word was spreadat
; green for enlisted personnel Personnel Management classes NAS Cecil Field that "Bos.
will hold registrations In ton Illackle" had stolen his
in pay grade 7; yellow for en- AGO SCHOOL GRADUATES lit-Enslfn Kenneth Maher Room 204 October way aboard the station, all ears
on Thursday,
(right) honor man of the 11th class of Aviation Ground Officers perked Here "Boston
listed personnel in pay grades 6 ,School accepts his diploma and congratulations from Capt. David 1, the date set for. the first class Illarkie" up.Is comforted by mas-

or below; and red for civilian em- McCampbell.\ commanding officer of NATTCenter, at graduation meeting. ter Harold Reece, AtC: after
ployees. crrembnles fast Friday. A total of 141 Ensigns were presented Further Information can be he had hid himself underneaththe

diplomas. obtained by calling the Informa car for a 15-mile ride to
Pass and Identification personnel the station and through the
tion and Education office, NAT-
will apply the decals, and Itwill More Specialized Training gate. _
TCenter, extension 8388.
be necessary that the vehicle,

together with identification badgeor 'Boston Blackie'Steals
AGO School Diplomas
identification card, driver's BulletinSaturday's
U-j -- -- Into
cense, registration certificate, Way

proof of liability insurance be pre football fray here
rented at time of reporting. Go To 144 EnsignsOne between the Jax Navy Fliers Cecil Field Gate

and Brigade Rams of Fort Den

Due to the large number of civilian hundred and forty-four ensigns who comprised the eleventh ning has been cancelled. Boston Blackte smuggled

employees within the Over class to complete the eight-week,course at the Aviation Ground Officers Officials here received word himself into NAS Cecil FleM

haul and Repair department, new School were presented diplomas at graduation exercises at the that the Fort Benning contingent without benefit of an I.D card,

decals will be issued to these per Naval Air Technical Training Center last Friday; >! would be unable to makean "dog tags" or special pass.Completely '

sons in accordance with special appearance due to trans. disregarding all of
Instruction: issued by the '0 & R Capt. John L. Counihan, com- pletion of the ceremony left fOl'further portation difficulties. ( the Navy's standard proceduie
manding officer of the Naval Air
officer. specialized training priorto The Fliers thus enjoy an off for entering a naval establishment
Reserve Training Unit here, who
Other personnel, whose last keynoted the with reporting to AirLant and Air- day, with the next fray set for the long shaggy-eared fellow
an
names begin with the letters address, stressed ceremony the significance Pac duty, were presented diplomasby Oct. 3 here against Shaw AFB, took It upon himself tcvUil
Capt. David McCampbell, com S. C Details can be found the Navy's Fighter Squadron
shown, should report on the dates of on
i of the role the ground officer
103 at Cecil Field.
manding officer of the Naval Air
Page 7.
indicated: A, Sept. 23; B, Sept. in Naval Aviation.
' Technical TILE DRASTIC' action of disciplinary
24; C, Sept. 28; D, Sept. 29; E Training Center, -
and F, Sept. 30; G, Oct. 1; H, Oct. S measures were taken
Outlining the aspects of a successful when the undercover
visitor
5; I and J, Oct. 6; K, Oct. 7; L, Ensign Kenneth '.J. :Maher of Weekend Tide Tables was
leader, Captain Counihan
discovered. This
"Boston
Oct. 8; M, Oct. 12; Me, Oct. 13; Brooklyn, N. Y., who received hi High Low
emphasized the Importance of
Blackie"
N, Oct. 14; 0, Oct. 15; P, Oct. Bachelor of Arts Degree from St. A.M. 'P.M. A.M. was a young cocker
P.M.
knowing one's job, taking care of to HaroldC.
spaniel belonging
19; Q and R, Oct. 20; S, Oct. 21; John's College and his Master's pup
subordinates, and being honest Saturday 10:10: 10:31: 3:37: 4:18: Reece, AEC, of VF-103.
T, Oct. 22; U and V, Oct. 26; Degree In chemistry; from Niagara -
with one's self He expressed a Sunday 11:40: 11:25: 4:27: 5:16: WIIEX KERCH left his home "
W. Oct. 27; and X, Y and Z, Oct. I
(Please Turn to Page Z, Col. 3))
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28. hope that some of the graduatingclass for work In the morning, the

might integrate into the OutOperation Navy-minded pup somehow hid
Regular Navy and encouraged all Navy Helps himself under the car and rode

Fleet Air Wing 11 to become members of Naval Air Warmth' Clothing for more than fifteen miles,

Reserve Units at the completionof through wat e r of near axle

Units ConductingAS their active tour of duty. Sent Off To Stricken Greece depth and right past the guardsat

The graduates, who at the com the gate.Ccrufion.

ManeuversAntisubmarine 1,.. ? ... A plane load of blankets and

exercises got clothing, collected by the Jacksonville -' Against

underway off the coast of Flor- Junior i Chamber of Com- Certain
ida last week with VP-34 from r TypesOInsecticides
merce, left NAS Jax for New
Trinidad and VP-4'5 from Coco
4 SrcpH York last week on the first leg _
Solo, Panama, C. Z. teaming up
here with Patrol Squadrons 3, of, a mercy mission to the earth The Commandant, Sixth Na-

16 and 18 to seek out "enemy"subs. quake-razed Islands of Greece. val District, has cautioned

The flight Is part of the national Naval personnel against the

Numerous "kills" were being "Operation Warmth" pro- use of insecticide vaporizing

made this week by pilots and gram set up by the National Junior devices, which release Insecti-

crew members of the huge PBM Chamber of Commerce head cides over long continuous pe-
quarters New York N. Y. In riods of time. .
Martin :Mariners of VP-34 and or- ...
der to sufficient These commercial
procure clothingand productsare
VP-45 and the P2V Neptunes of
locally based squadrons. bedding for the people In the usually attached to the
devastated area. wall and electrically heated to
Under the operational controlof
The Jacksonville Junior : vaporize the material. Some
Fleet Air Wing Eleven, the Chamber
five patrol squadrons are scheduled of Commerce, with help from are clipped to the top of light

to end operations tomorrow local newspapers, TV and radio bulbs, while others are plug

The coordinated exercisesare personal calls, collected a large ged into wall sockets.

designed to ready patrol 4 9Y,. amount of clothing.On Such equipment Is not authorized -

squadrons for coastal defense Sept. It the 83 blanketsand by the :Public Health

posiU n.. ......,....""" ""' .." ".. ..--. ..., IS box of clothing were Service, but if used should be

Patrol Squadron 34 is com AIRLIFT FOR GREECE-Airmen from Naval Air Station I transferred to NAS Jackson installed by qualified person-

manded by Comdr. F. L. DeLo- Jax load a Navy plane with bedding and clothing donated by citizens illle where a fat Navy transport nel and only in commercial! or

renzo while VP-45 Is headedby of Jacksonville area for the earthquake-stricken Ionian Islands scheduled for! a training Industrial premises and simi-.
of Greece. Left to right are, George Grimm,'AN; Mike hall lar locations.
Comdr. T II. Perry. ADAN; Charles Hoffman, ADI, and Daniel Spera, AD.AN. (Please! Turn t* Pare 2, Col. 3))
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Sept. 1953
Page Two JAX AIR NEWS


** r I Recreation Ashore |

K llu { 8 Personnel are invited to visit
the USO Servicemen's Club at 37

West Monroe St.

Published every Thursday for Nay and Matlne actl\lllei at Naval Air Thursday, Sept. 24.1000 Junior
Button Jacksonville, Ua. .
NA8 JMkMitllU Hostesses training class; 2000
r pt. Burnham C. McCaffrr .. .....,.......Commandlnj: Officer -Panic Party. Who will be the
Comdr. James II. Armstrong ....1..| .....lJiecuU\t Officer
Fleet JMkiomllU. King and Queen of Panic? Wear
Rear Adm. Osborne B. Tlardlscn .....Comrrtonderkept. oldest, raggedest clothes and
Howard V. llopklni ol SUHIlttt your
Air VUic FUrm compete for the title. Entertainment S t
rapt Theodore Dahl .............. ... .. .. .. ... :. ... ...... ....... ............. ..... .. Commander and refreshments. Lirt
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton. . et Stall Olllctr
Nasal Air Tetbalral TraUI>c c..ter I Friday, Sept. 25 -- 1800 Cafe
Capt. David McCampbell.?,?.,....,.?..,........,., ...?? ,? CoVnmandlne Officer 'Italiaho spaghetti dinner, soft
Comdr. JUchaid S. Stuart .,....!:xecuthtral Ofher .-
>. HMplUl x lights and musjc; 2000-Dancing
Capt. Edward S. Lowe .._...... .Commanding Officer to recoids.
instructions dancing:
Capt. L. A. Xsewton ...Executive Officer
J4AKTU Saturday, Sept. 26-1000-Open
Capt. John I*. Counihan...... ?.,. ..._ ._..............................Commanding Officer house all
Comdr. Anthony Irusso ..,.....Evecutht Officer day; 1600-Symphony
Hour .
The JAX AIR NEWS 1 II puUUhed weekly at the U. S. Naval Air StationJackMmvllle. Sunday Sept. 27-:-1000Dunking -
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Florida. and printed commercially with non appropriated funds
at no vxpeni to the government and In compliance with NAVLXOS P-33. Rev. Round Table, free .donuts and
Mov. ISMS. Copies are dUitrlbuted free of charge at the Naval Air Station the 1700'
Naval Air Technical' Training \ Air Reserve Training; Unit taaI; coffee; 1100-Off to Church; tea.
Air Station Cecil Held, and the 'Urs.N: Nal l HoiplUl.Fdlior Vespers! Service; 2000.-,Special
DEALING TilE DOUGH-Ensign Charles Horton (right center *
Andrew
IL
PlaneyAMlstant
Editor-Helen -I' Editor-John Clmit AN: Staff entertainment. ) takes over his new duties as Disbursing officer of NATTCenter. -
Repoi tera-Kd Henderson. PNSN Mildred Home SN; Gordon Robbie, SN; A graduate of Northwestern University's School of Commerce I
Circulation.Distribution-Marge Fuico. JO3; Vivian Knox SN.Tht and Bachelor of Science in business administration, Ensign Horton -
JAX AIR NEWS: la number ot the Armed Forces Press Senlce
Branch
AGO School Corps School at Oakland Calif
AFPS material appearing In thus publication may not be reprinted without attended Navy Supply ,
the written permission of Armed Forces J't Ser\lce. Republication of other before coning here.
matter, except by advice publication, la prohibited without permission of (Continued from Pace 1))

Editorial[ JAX AIR offices SEWS.located Building 930 (topside). Phone extension 1184 University, was named honor man Navy to Entertain i
and 211. of the class.: Ensign Maher had AI and AT RatingsTo

Howard Glessner Nelson Hoffman' previously been graduated in, the Be CombinedThe 150 Saturday

upper hive percent of his class at consolidation of avia-

Named School Honor Men At Center Officer port, R.Candidate I.Ensigns. School .in New- 11 I Ion electronics technicianAT During Kids' DayOne

Roy Thomas; Wallace ( ) and aviation electronicsman

Two Pennsylvanians, one South before joining the Navy.In Hinnant and Gerald Long were I (AL) into aviation elec- hundred and fifty children
from Jacksonville's homes
Dakotan and a Texan top p e d addition to winning high hon' I presented recognition awards in tronics technician (AT) 4ull for,the underprivileged and orphanages -

graduating classes at NATTCenter ors in the AvIation an informal ceremony preceding affect all aviation electronicsmen will be entertained by

last week to win recognitions Ordnance I the graduation. and aviation electronics the Navy Saturday, in cooperation .

Honor Men. "A" School i strikers of the Regular Navy, with the Kiwanis Club

Marine Pfc. Guy M. Howard Bobby Nelson, Operation naval reservists on active duty sponsorship of National Kids'
AOAN, served and temporary officers who
took honors in Day.
as class leader Kv (Continued from rate 1)) hold the AT rating in their enlisted The tots will arrive via chartered -
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KxV
the ANP( ) >
the 14-
graduating week during i, flight to New York, completeda << I' status. bus at the Naval Air Station

class, finishing Nelson course Joined phase vf the trip by fljlng The board also abolishes the at 1145. Here they will enjoya

ahead of the in the contribution there ATA, ATG, and ATO emer- picnic lunch in the Naval Air
Navy Dob Biscoe, chairman of the Jax gency service ratings. The Technical Training Center Audi
137 Marines,
March 1951
Waves and and finished, Nelson Jaycee drive stated, "This chapter ratings will be changed after I torium where they will be welcomed

Marines appreciates the cooperation of the Nov. 16, 1953 and before Jan. aboard by Capt. :Martell)
Women second in his recruit ,training at
San Diego. After boot camp he Jacksonville Naval Air Station, 16, 1954 according to a Bureau I H. Twitchell, senior chaplain of
the Greek Orthodox Church and of Personnel directive, in the Station.A .
A former was assigned to NAAS Cabaniss
particularly the many individuals the cases of personnel in the full afternoon's program has
motor Field, Corpus Christi Texas a I
lepalrHoward ,
in civic organizations.. AL rating and those identified been arranged. Included in the
man from Athens, Pa.,, Howard training unit.Honors .
still to contribute
lit Aviation Electrician"A" :: Anyone wishing as AL strikers who are program Is a close-up Inspectionof
picked Aviation Electronlcsman School went to Sternlng S. a blanket or clothing may do graduates of AT schools. All aircraft at the Naval Air
School for his next station and so by contacting the Junior i other AL personnel must takean Technical Training
Center a
Hoffman[ AEAN of Pa.
Easton
is now in transfer to Memphis.. A Prior to his, enlistment in October, Chamber of Commerce at 227 AT exam before they can visit to the NAS Jax Operations
graduate of Athens (Pa) High West Forsyth Street, or by
1952. Hoffman was phoning have their rate changed. Tower where they will see a hel-
School, Howard finished t eight-- employedwith 36161. .
contractor. icopter in flight a tour of the entire
a building
week course with a 9084 average.
After boot camp at Bainbridge, station and a movie. A game
John Glessner, AKAA was honor period will close the
Md., he was sent to Airman Pre program.
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x. '
student in paratory School at Norman Okla, : Kids' Day, honoring the under

Aviation Storekeeper lIe: has been assigned to VR-6 at .a- > privileged children of the nation,

"A" Westover Field, Mass. is co-sponsored nationally by Kiwanis -

School class. It ) International and the Na-

Glessner, who w. tional Kids' Day Foundation. The
'Weekend Warrior'Acquires
joined the Navy Jacksonville committee for the

in January, Gold ;_ observance is headed by RobertW.

1953, finished I StripesWilliam r7'K Jhal, of the South Jacksonville -
second in his i G. Roy a Chief Photographer Kiwanis Club.

class at* boot' from Eau Gallic Fla., .

camP In San I and a member of the "Weekend
Glessner ,
Diego and third in Airman Pre- Warriors" at tile Jacksonville.Naval ;1'k:1k', ; 11a

paratory School at Norman, Okla.A Air Reserve Training Unit f&tProtestant

native of Miller, S. D., Gless- since 1946 was handed his ,gold : :
stripes of a Lieutenant recentlyat "
rer was in business with his father ih .: H' :
the unit. The presentation was ., ,:
a Miller hardware merchant, # *.-.,.
made by the NARTU :' "
commandingofficer Aae ,.-I.< : J'
Capt. John L Counihan, : 0830-All SaintsChapel.
Jr. NAVY RELIEF SOCIETY CIIECK-Capt. W. D. Brown. Com- 0915-Naval Hospital Chap l.

The new officer has been a mander Florida Group, presents an outgoing check: for 2939.60 to 1045-All Saints Chapel.
Lcdr. G. Weldon
Gatlin, NAS Jacksonville chaplain. Chaplain Catholic
member of Wing Staff 74's photographic Gatlin receives this money on behalf of the Jacksonville Auxiliary
laboratory. His new duties of the Navy Relief Society. The money, representing contributionsof Sunday-0930; 1000-Mas*!, St.

MAIN SIDE will be those of a photographic the Florida Group, Atlantic Reserve Fleet, will be used to assist Edward's Chapel.
Thurs., Sept. 24 officer. Navy during men and their families who are in need of financial assistance Saturday0800Mass.Daily0630Mass. .
emergencies.
Thy Neighbor's Wife Cleo Moore .

Frt., Sept. 25 Sunday-Mass at Hospital Chapel -

Mara Maru Sat.. .,..Sept.:,... 26 Errol Flynn II Navy Hospital Gets First POW Patientwait I 0630.Mormon

1930 Wednesday NATTU,
The Jlighwa'manuCharles Coburn Naval Hospital Jacksonville for the Spiveys who had of
II first year his imprisonment he Chaplain's office.Christian .
NATTCENTEUTliiirn. has received its first Korean pris driven the 140 miles to Jackson was fed a diet consisting of mil Sc
I nte1900TuesdayNATTC
., Kept. 24 oner of war.. ville on the "hunch" that their let and maize, "a sort of cattle Chap

A Lion Is In M/Sgt. Walter P. Spivey, Jr., son would be sent to the nearest food.. lain's

The Streets ........ James Cagney 26, arrived here by Military Air service hospital for treatment.In UNTIL SEPTEMBER 1951 when office.. .

Fri., Sept. 25 Transport Tuesday afternoon, and July, 1950, Spivey was in he received his first mail, Spivey MDB Payments Due
Thy Neighbor's Wife...Cleo) Moore stepped from the plane right into Korea, participating in the first had no contact with the outside

Sat., Sept. 26 the arms of his mother and battle with the Communists with world. In his entire period of imprisonment Mutual Death Benefit Society

Mara Maru ............".. Errol Flynn father, the Rev. and Mrs. WalterP. the Army's 35th Regiment, 25th he received only six policy holders are reminded that
assessments Nos. 26 and 27 are
NAVAL HOSPITAL Spivey, Sr., of Lumber City, Division. Wounded and returnedto letters, all from his mother. due
by Sept. 29.
Thun., Sept. 24 Ga.Spivey the front in September of that i That first year Spivey was

The Frogmen...Richard Wldmark was 20 pounds under-: year, he was taken prisoner near .lucky to have his winter gear. ded Chinese army clothing.

Fri., Sopt. X5 weight, and had suffered a sudden Seoul on January 3, 1951. Some, captured in late fall or Sgt. Spivey must remain in the

A Lion Is In attack of malaria Just as he He was forced to march 35 summer, had only field jacketsand hospital for several days where

The Streets ........ James Cagny was about to board ship in Japan days to POW Camp No. 5 near fatigues, and they got "pretty he will undergo a careful examination

Kat, Kept 2, for the homeward voyage.IT the Yalu River traveling nights cold.. By the second winter, I to determine what hos-

Thy Neighbor's Wife. .Cleo) Moore HAD BEEN. a JO gloty.'O-dal. for ten hours at a time. For the they were all issued cotton-pad- pitalization, if any, is netdid.I .
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Dedicate New' Rl



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The importance 0 f a 'home I

away from home" for servicemenwas Before the new books start

emphasized at the dedication swamping us, let's browse around .

ceremonies last Sunday of the the library exhibits; '

new USO Club at 37 West Mon- Inside Story: A cartoonist and -,
a psychiatrist collaborate to five .
roe Street in Jax.
'
a book of psychiatry a new ap
The Sunday dedication was proach. The cartoons provide pictorial '4

part of an open house program exclamation points for the

which included a concert by the igt non.technlcallangauge of the content

Air Force Symphonctte of War- Both contribute to producea

ner Robins Air Force Base, Ga.; readable and informative sur-

a concert by the Girls Trio of the vey of a much discussed and lit

Advent Christian Church Choir; ,,_:i.wr.,*,....'" e tle understood subject.

a talent show and community MERITORIOUS MAST-Good Conduct awards and commendations 'went to 10 NATTCentermen Wanderlust: Most of us just

sing.Navy last week. Receiving the awards were (left to right Edward McMorris, SN; James Burke, dream but the Swiss author did

and city officials were on AE1; T. II. Millar, AE1; Captain David McCampbell, commanding officer of NATTCenter, who something about it when he be-

hand for the ceremonies. Dr. Al- made the presentations; Andrew Ellis AOC, and Franklin White, ALC, who all were presentedwith came "tired of it all." Exciting
Good Conduct awards. Three Petty Officers at the right received commendations. They are (left
bert Kissling, pastor of the Riv- to right) Joseph Bell, ADC; Clarence Murphy, AMC, and Michael Boylson, ATC. reading in this account of adven
erside Presbyterian Church, delivered tures as he sailed small boats

the principal address. GC Medals, Citations Awarded around the world, including a lone-
MARINE PILOT FLIES
Other dignitaries present Included : trip across the Atlantic In a 30- _

Capt. Burnham C. McCaf- Initiative Conduct WINS JET AT 1,143 MPH foot sloop

free, commanding officer of NAS Meritorious Edward AFB) Cullf.- Marine Rods Of Black River: Those

Jax; Capt. David McCampbell, Awards For '10 Center Men Lt. Co!. Marion E. Carl, who love horses (seem to be every
Training
commanding officer of NATT- who recently broke the world's body!) will "go" for this story of

Center; Lt. Col. Paul Treitel, Seven enlisted '''men of the altitude record by climbing 83- an upstate New York family. Ted.

commanding officer of Marine Jacksonville Naval Air Technical peace and war over a number of 235 feet, has now flown the dy tells the story of life in the

Barracks here; Chaplain Frank Training Center received years. fastest of any military pilot, horse and buggy days, centering

Volbeda, Naval Base, Green Cove Good Conduct Awards last week, S t attaining 1,143; : miles an hour. around open-house Hying on a

Springs; David Robinson, repre-I I and three others received personal They Good Conduct Medal, as it Col. Carl's speed, accomplished large farm where horses were a*

senting the National USO; Brig. : commendations from the com- is known today, was adopted in in the Navy Skyrocket, much a part of life as the flow

Gen. William Parkins, Salvation I manding officer, Capt. David August of 188S'wIlen the prior failed however to break the of visitors A lively, family I i

Army; Rabbi Sidney Lefkowitz; McCampbell medals were cancelled. A few record 1,238 m.ph. establishedin chronicle to be thoroughly en

Rev. Timothy G&ery, and Louis These awards, garnered changes' were issued through the August 1951 by Bill Bridge- joyed.

Ritter, personal representative of through a man's own initiativeand years, such as requirements for man, a civilian test pilot fly Life Among The. Suvafff:

Mayor Haydon Burns. persistent loyalty are a common receiving it and privileges accorded ing the same plan (AITS) Among the new books is another
to its holder. In 1902 an
Harold Conlin is director of the monthly occurance. It is In- family story. Those who have
Executive Order authorized 75
USO, with Miss Susan David ser- dicative of the large percentageof Carrier Bclleau Wood small children will agree to the
cents month for each Good
ving as staff aide. career service men who have a correctness of the title but if you
Conduct Award. It was increasedto Goes To France .
t shown their abilities both in have neither chick nor child you
82Va cents a month in 1908, '
The aircraft carrier ,
USS Bel- will laugh along with them In
then discontinued completely in lean, Wood has been turned
Hawes
Comdr. over this hilarious account of a family

Marines Take. to 1922.As to the French Navy in a ceremony which Is as unpredictable as famIlies

Named Head Of it stands today the Medalsare held at the San Francisco always are.
awarded by the Chief of Na- Naval Shipyard.
The Open Range; Wings For Peace: (relief)
val Personnel. The Medal is
The carrier, loaned to the and International Shipping Cartels -
I
Navy Exchange awarded as first award for three French under the
Rifle That IsAt Mutual Defense (Marx)I are on recent lists for V
continuous service of mer-
years Assistance Pact, is expected to professional reading. For the con
Comdr. Ernest L. Hawes has itorious con due t. Subsequent sail for Indo-China
NATTCenter where most of sometime this venience of those interested, we
assumed the duties of Navy Ex- awards come in the fashion of a 111 on th. -
,
the training centers around plan to check the recently received
clasp, worn on the suspension
officer relieving Lcdr.
,
change bombs and rockets, electronics list of the War College

John D. Welborn who has been and airplane engines, the M-l : ribbon of'the* medal.. 1 Officer Clarence at Airman E. Murphy, instructing Staff evaluations, of books re-

released to inactive duty. rifle and .30 caliber carbine Preparatory ceived from Sept 1952-June 1953.
An example of commendation School, found
ways to save the
It's been an in-and-out of the would seem a bit out of placeat The list, with titles I available
awards the three which
were Navy money by renovating old
for Comdr. Hawes checked for your use, may be
Navy career first glance. I
were made ,at the Technical tools which formerly would have
since lie was first commissionedin But wherever there arc Marines consulted at any time.
Training Center last week. Two been discarded for new ones. In
March 1913, and sent to NTC there are bound to be infantry Petty Way Of Science, IU Growth
of them, Chief Officers accomplishing his program he
San Diego, as assistant Commissary weapons, and a Marine And Method: Whether concerned
Michael Boylson and Joseph A. used students for the labor while
officer. Aviation Detachment is no ex with teaching, study or general
Bell, instructing at Aviation i they wcre attending their usual
From October 1944 to December ception. information, here is an Interest.
Ground Officers School, constructed melalsmith courses, thus build
Each month few of the Instructors of the
a ing appraisal significance
1945: he from ing their ,
: spare parts on proficiency along with '
and clerk-typists, cooks of science In world problems and
served as Commissary their own time training aids accomplishing< his cost savings. .
bakers attached to MAD
and which increased the everyday life
officer not only Presented with Good Conduct
leave their usual jobs for a weekof students' proficiency in the par Awards were Edward McMorris Wind, Ph r'e And Die: No
at NAS Pearl ; rifle and carbine firing at the
ticular technique, but saved the SN; James Burke, AE1; T. H. browsing is complete without a
Harbor, T H, Camp Blanding Rifle Range 30 mystery book Harness racing
Navy thousands of dollars for Millar, AE1; Andrew Ellis, AOC; \
and then wenton 1n miles to the south.REQUIRED provides the unusual background
.s similarly constructed commer- Franklin White, ALC; William
inactive du- cial devices. Watt, AEI, and Grady Turn for a nicely twisted who-dun-it.

- ty until March yearly of each The third man, Chief Petty bow, AE2. I Lost General: And certainly we
R't Marine, whether he's in an infantry -- must ,look for romance! Elswylh

1946 when he outfit or an aviation unit, Thane always manages to combine

was recalled Comdf- : flaw is- a band or a supply depot, it is the North and South and

and ordered to NAS Alameda as part of a year-round program .e this time it Is modern with a

Commissary officer aimed at keeping Marines trained I young lady from Massachusettswho

In October 1948, Comdr. Hawes at all times. finds more than research materIal
SAT
once again went on inactive duty, when she visits South CaroUna. -

but was recalled in October 1950 PRESENT, enlisted men .

and assigned to NAS Seattle as who are staff sergeants or above t .

Navy Exchange officer. fire the carbine, while sergeantsand Study New Floating
below shoot the M-l, since
A native of Sacramento, Calif., Method For RecruitsThe
these are the weapons each
Comdr. Hawes has also been manager tlr
would carry if he were in com- c Navy is evaluating a new
resort hotels
of on
leading
-
bat. Under plans now being formulated floating method introduced to recruits
the West Coast during the past certain staff NCO's are at the U S. Naval Training

20 years, and was Chief Stewardon Center Md. in the interest .
to be equipped with the .45 caliber Bainbridge, ,
the SS Lurline, passenger liner
pistol in the future. of future improvements in
between California and Honolulu,
Marine is con training
: Because
just prior to being called back every
sidered as an infantryman basic Freddie Lanoue, Georgia Tech

into the Navy. ally, rifle familiarization receives swimming coach, inventor of the
--.S --
much stress; however, it is only new method, says it requires lit.

149 Eye CaptaincyA one segment of the training program tie energy and it's a matter of

total of 149 line commandersof I for Marines stationed at .._.._' maneuvering the feet, arms, and
hands and knowing when t9(
the and Naval the Center. Periodic indoctrination
Regular Navy FROM COOKING TO CARBINES-WIth
pots and laid
pans breath, (AFPS)
Reserve have been recommended lectures on such topics as aside for a. week, these Marine Aviation Detachment Marines from

for promotion to( captain, the current events, cold weather the mess facilities at NATTCenter sharpen up their marksmanship .

Navy has announced. All are expected training, atomic defense are also during rifle qualifications T/Sfft. Harry Wllhorn, mess
management chief, aims in with the carbine while Pvt. Earl Roberts Prevento
to be promoted by July 1, included, as well as swimming a cook, watches a target through field glasses Keeping score

1954. requalifications,! yearly. is Sgt. David Welch, a baker.



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Fasron six VF-J02, VF-J3, Fasron 109, VC-62, Fasron 9 Report t VF:31 Holds




I'. Scouting Jucksonville Area tSquudrons I Open For PublicInformally House




Tavron Sit
sent to Dunkerswell, England guided tours Were

Outstanding perform- where he was stationed for the conducted for visitors of an open

I imce in Maintenance Department, remainder of the war. house held last Friday by VF-31
has earned "" John W.,
p "Papp) Hop-
first I officially designated
"Pappy" reported to Fasron Six all.
H kina ADI, veteran of nearly 25: 4 t weather
Aug. 17 1951: after jet squadron in this area.
) .: I a two-year
f years naval service, the distinction -
tour with, VF-ll. then based at Attractions for the visitors in
as this week's "White Hat of
the Week." I Cecil Field. Upon completion of the Hangar 114 area Included displays -

,, his naval career .Dec. 19, of this of squadron' aircraft, survival
Born I in :Muscatine, Iowa, June,
year, Hopkins plans to open up a equipment and a one-plane
27, 1907, Hopkins moved shortly
radio and TV shop here in Jacksonville flight demonstration. Lt. Jg)
afterwards with his family to Van
Dennis Heckcrson piloted one of
Home, Iowa where he attended
) Edward J. Walls ADI, and wife : the group's F2H3 Banshee jet all.
the elementary grades. At the .
Virginia, are proud to announce weather night fighters,! in two
I
age of 16, he moved to Detroit aforya; ,
the arrival'of Shirley Ann born high-speed passes low over the
Mich., where he entered barber
Sept. 18 at the Naval Hospital. field.
school and later ]journeyed to Chi.
The tike tipped the scales at 7bs. The unit previously had the bat
rago to finish up and receive his
diploma. Returning to Detroit ., 1 3/4 ozs. and is the Walls' kH tle-tested F2H2 jet fighter whichit

L he opened up his own establish- first child flew in Korea. ,

", ment on Michigan Ave. and operated Lester G. Hildebrand AD3, reported The function of the open house

it for two years. Since the for duty Sept 14th after was to show the public particularly -

majority of people were having i serving 21 months with Air Trans- the squadron families something -
FIRST IIAND VIEW Looking Into the cockpit of one of the
port Squadron 24, French Morocco -
their hair cut at home during the these of the Navy's job and just
at VF-31 on-
Navy's latest jets at an open house held are
depression years, "Pappy" decidedto lookers. Left to right, Ensign Donald Baldwin Katherine Baldwin, how VF-31 performs its part.

close shop and enlisted in the Ensign Harry Whitman Peg Whitman, Llane Putman, Marilyn

Navy Dec. 3, 1928. He received VIM, Derby and Lt. (Jg) Larry Derby. Landis J. Lyons AD2. Lyons

Due to VIM:! I came from the USS Antietam.
deploying soon
boot training at Great Lakes and AMI; Clarence G. Young SN; pie.
vas assigned to his first duty sta- there has been a large turnover of Matt Pope AN In a hasty and
Christ (n) Christo AM2; WilliamE.
tion in July 1929 on the minesweeper officers. Received from the training Fasron 109 hearty attempt to get past a
I York FN; and Emmett P. would-be apprehender In
command John a
were Ensigns gameof
USS Whippoorwill Congratulations' are in order for
J. Bangma, Ronald D, Weddle, Graham AE3. touch football twisted his an-
Hopkins experienced nothing but Olan D. Cogburn AMC: and Mrs.
4 kle and is now the aid
Charles M. Bush and.Antoine M.artlneau. employing
tea duty for the first eight years Cogburn, who are the proud par-
{ Ensign Lester B. Mil- VF-1S of a hickory cane in locomotion.The .
and in June 1936, he was assigned ents of a new baby girl. Paul
liken arrived from CommanderAir With Vr-13 In The Mod is bad limb will however soon
Robbins erstwhile FA who
to NAS Pensacola for shore I. ,
duty lIe received orders in Feb. Force, U. S. Atlantic Fleet as Ten members of Fighter Squadron awaiting the receipt of a quota for be as good as new.

'39 to NAS Panama remainingthere the Air Intelligence Officer. 13 took advantage of an-opportunity class "A" YN School has just Robert Arnolde and Charles

until two years after the Volunteers for deployment were to visit the Catacombs, been advanced to SN. Howshall have been promoted to

Lt. (jg) Thomas H. Wilson from Airmen as a result of having taken -
outbreak of WWII when he returned Bath of Caracall, St. Peter'sand Orders have been received recently -
advancement tests last week.
VF-72 Lt. (Jg) Larry E. Mopre
to the States for Liberator for three of the Fasron 109
Ground School' at Hutchinson and Lt. (Jg) George Clare from St. John's Cathedrals Coli- officers. Lt. Martin G. -Webb, *

VF-71 all Korean veterans seum and many other sights of VC-62
Kansas In May 1944, he was ; and (MC) has received orders detachIng -
Ensign Donald J. Sullivan of VF- Rome during a recent visit here.A Three VC-62" personnel became (
him to CAG 1 in November.
21. brief stay in Naples by VF- 'fathers recently. Marion M. Johnson -
Lt Allan R. Alverson maintenance
Lcdr. Tom W. Llndsey Lt., Rob- 13, which is on a Mediterranean officer of 109 has been or- ADC, and his wife Dorothy,

cruise enabled the men to make became parents for the second
ert S. Williams and Lt. Louis P. dered to Pensacola in October
Tanner were detached to Fasron' the trip to Rome. For those who time late last month. The new
v A has been received for
Nine. Lt. Gene A. Glass went to desired an audience with Pope quota addition is seven-pound, twelve-

Fasron 6, where he will be a Jet Pius XII was arranged. one officer to attend AtomlcBlooglcalChcmlcal ounce daughter Jeannie Marie.

r Instrument instructor Lt. Seven'different states'were Warfare Defense Vincent C. Carnazza and his
Ray rep
School at Fort Ala-
McDannold- will be leaving resented by the ten men touringthe McClellan wife, Martha Jean, now have two
bama and CHGUN William H.
shortly for Pensacola. "Eternal City". Three days reasons to observe September 12thas
Feaster has been elected to go.
Enlisted men who reported were spent there by the group as a special day. Six-pound,
Sam Cowling, AT2, is still waitIng twelve-ounce Teresa Jean arrivedon
aboard this month were: Carl J. they learned at first hand manyof

Block, SN; George A. Hogan the customs of the Italian peo- for permission from BuPers to that date. It was also the

take leave in the Bahamas on his Carnazza's wedding anniversary.Jack .

Also An Ex-Lion Tamer honeymoon. Bobby J Lakey, AN, P. Mauldin AEAN, and his

I Is also planning to take the final wife Lois became proud parents

FIRST ON RANDOLPH All You Have to Do Is to Get Your '.'I. step Additional into the parking matrimonial space life. for (Please Turn to Page 5, Col. 1)

Preparing for the first take-off seaplanes was built in the area

and landing(CVA)on 15 the since USS its Randolph re- Mouth Used to It. SayS Fire EaterAll of Hangar 140 recently. Since

is .. this space is being well filled now,
commissioning recently have to do to be afire
Comdr. F. D. Stone air officer you he and the lion looked one an- it is hoped that the operationdoesn.t SMw
for the carrier. lie the eater is get your mouth accus-
was get any larger. After the
other in the then the lion
eye,
first landing signal officer tomed to it. Of course, every- completion of this operation
aboard the ship during WWII. moved away without harminghim.
thing you eat for a while will
Fasron 109
Stone makes his home in Jack. personnel will really
taste burned, but you'll get over rate the
sonvl11e.VF172. Halcomb recently completed wearing newly adopted

that.At Airman School at the Center.A Insignia, the "Busy Beaver". ?
Member least that's the story from SFasron *
;year and a half travelingwith
Marine Pvt. Charles D. Hal- the circus had been enough 9

comb ex-lion handler and fire A Good Conduct Medal has been
First With Jet he decided, and when he '" KI
eater with King Bros. Circus, gets out of the Marines in October awarded to Emil P. Lowas AE1

who is attached to the Marine he to married for a rating above 3.8 for conduct
plans get
Aboard Aviation Detachment at NAT- and fL r,
Randolph and settle down. a proficiency rate above 3t5!

for the past three years.Lt. .
Lcdr. James B. Cain, command- TC.ACCORDING
to Hal comb, Richard M. LaRue recently

Ing officer of Fighter Squadron who spent a year and a half reported aboard from the Naval Ft : ;
172, had the distinction of being
with the circus before enteringthe Proving Grounds at Dahlgren, Va. :
the first jet pilot to land aboard
Marines fire eaters don't and will serve as Ordnance Off!
the aircraft carrier USS Randolph '
have to coat their mouths with cer. His wife and two children
operating off Mayport.
row anything to keep from getting accompanied him to Jax.
landing his fast Banshee t
Upon burned. "You just start out witha Also new in the unit are William -
) the Randolph's flight
fighter on
and work till C.
small flame up Zimmerman. AMC and
deck Lcdr. Cain was greeted and
"'
your mouth gets used to it.
congratulated by Capt. Robert S,
But once a person starts fire Fighter Squadron 102
Quackenbuch, Jr., the carrier's '
swallowing he has to keep it up t.

commanding officer. regularly for as Halcomb point. Acquires New SkipperFighter h -
The Randolph is the latest ad.
ed out, if ;you stop for a while, Squadron 102 receiveda
dition to the Navy's growing fleet
then your mouth loses its resistance Ii1rM new skipper when Lcdr. Roy p
of completely modernized aircraft
and ypu're liable to get Dalton was relieved of that post
carriers and is now completing a
burned on a hot piece of pie by Lcdr. R. A. Clarke.
shakedown cruise.Servicemen M
Just like anyone else. t Lcdr. Dalton commissioned the

S.InvitedTo THOUGH HE did learn fire nm..m.n__ 9 ____ ----- n ___.._ squadron in :May 1952 and led It.

eating, he spent more of his "NOTIIING TO IT"Thoughhe through 15 months of outstanding

Nurses' DanceThe time with i the circus' lion- probably couldn't swallowa exercises. Ills new post will beat err UP Phat

student nurses of St Luke's tamers in handling, feeding and mouthful of fire quite this NAS Norfolk Va.

Hospital are sponsoring a danceto taming the lions. The day he big, Marine Charles lIalcomb.of Lcdr R. A. Clarke the new MISS AMERICA 1954-Miss
MAD at NATTCenter
once America honors this wentto
be held at the YWCA on Sept remembers most vividly was the did eat fire and help tame fdpper, was formerly attached to Evelyn Margaret year Ay entered

24 at 2000. There will be an orchestra time a lion was thrown againstthe lions while with King Bros. NATTC Patuxent River, Md. lie as Miss Pennsylvania.The .

and the admission price cage by a sudden jerkingof Circus. That was a year and a once was night leader of the 20-year-old ash blonde selected -

la 50 cents. Servicemen are cor- the truck pulling the cage half rome ago to ,it and since the then nearest was firefighting he's- famed "Blue Angels" from 1946to also won over the 51 bathing other suit lovelies conI -,

Afnlly.:' invited. For it brief moment he recalls, class In Airman School 1948. I test in the preliminaries.


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Offer Tips To Korea VetsPlanning




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Washington (AFPS)-The following; 10 tips for veterans plan '

ning: to go back to school under the Korean GI Bill have been handed '

out by the Veterans Administration.

'1 1)-.The veteran should give dependents must provide proof of.
careful thought to his choice of
dependency when It Is requestedby
training, being sure It will lead
to the desired goal. The J Jaw allows ) the VA. For a wife, he must

the Individual to change )his furnish! a marriage certificate, and, )

-- .. ._--- .. -.- I program only once. for a, child, a birth certificate

SKIING ON THE ST. JOHNS-Water skiing Is' the latest to 2)-) He may request vocational I 9))-The trainee should have

Local Water crash the sports scene here at NAS. Comdr. Vincent Hathorn, counseling to help arrive at a enough money to tide him over
Training officer of ComFalrJax, Ales through the blue (left) after training choice. To apply he needs
for at least the first two monthsof
coming off the ramp during a session on the St. Johns here.
Skier PlacesAt Comdr. llathorn placed fifth In the Jumping event of the Inter- only to fill In the appropriatespace schooling. Before the VA can

national Water Ski Tournament held recently at Cypress Gardens on the VA application form make a payment, it must receive
Knifing: his way along the St. John's river adjacent to offi- for GI training.
certification from the school and
CypressWater cer's housing is Lt. Felix Jablonski (right) of VF33.
3)-The) course must be state- the veteran that he was actuallyin

skiing for the first timein approved. Any VA regional office training for the month for

competition, Comdr Vincent When Driving In New York can give this information. which the check allowance Is paid

Hathorn, of ComF irJax staff, v You 4)-TO) SAVE TIME and trou- Payment is made after the end of
MiTsf
copped fifth place in the senior Remove Decals ble the Vet should find out in ad- each month of training completed.

men's Jumping of the Interna Personnel to the vance if he can be admitted to 10)-Veterans) are reminded to

tional Water Ski Tournament, traveling Ject.This the school before he files his application submit certification of training to
state of New York will haveto .
is construed to includethe -
held at Cypress Gardens, Winter with the VA.5)Applications ,
remove their station sUckers the VA as soon after the end of
Haven, Fla. stickers in use this sta-
on I
from windshield of their ) for training each month as possible.!
Comdr. Hathorn, who became tion and at other activi-
face many certificates shquld be sent to the
fines.
or
cars possible
interested in the outdoor s p o r 1 t VA
Information has been received ties. It is suggested that per- as early as possible.
while snow skiing In Maine, docs
by the Station Security sonnel planning to enter the 6))-Check applications thor-
his water skiing practice here on
office that the commissioner of state of New York while on oughly before mailing them to the
the St. John's River. He gets keen
motor vehicles of the state of leave, or otherwise, remove such VA. Time may be lost through
competition from daughter Julia,
New York has ruled that owners objects to avoid inconveniencesor errors or missing information. A
who has been skiing since enter-
photostat or certified copy of separation 7 -
or operators of privately- possible arrest. '
ing grammar school six years should .-. ... NOTES
papers accompany '
owned vehicles may be stoppedand Another station decal will be (
ago. Lt Felix Jablonski of VF- -
arrested in that state for issued upon application if a application
33 frequently joins the father- 7)-Forms) should be sent to. Capt. and Mrs. David McCampbell -
having on the windshield or station car owner is forced to
daughter team with his 17-foot the office not
nearest regional ,
rear window any sticker, decal, remove his sticker in accordance commanding officer and
VA in Washington.
boat.Water or other vision-obstructing ob- with this law headquarters leading lady of the Naval Air
skiers at the station utilize 8))-A VETERAN with depend-

what is believed to be the Technical Training Center, were

only ski Jump in this area. Con .,,.. "" honored with a "Welcome Aboard

structed by the NAS Special 1 Party" at the Jax Navy Chief

( Services department, the Jump Is I Petty Offlceis Club last Saturday -

a standard five feet high and Is night.

located on the river parallel to i Hosts of the event were the

officer's housing. j president, vice president, treasurer
SALTY HUMOR FROM Y WM
Local water ski enthusiasts manager, and board of governors .

could create further Interest in I, HERE AND THEREThe t of the CPO Club, who pre .

the sport with formation of a club, ,. sented corsages to the ladies'of
coach was doing his best to
t.. .. "
Comdr. Hathorn believes. r. all honored guests.

get the football player on the eli The gala affair commenced .
'
;
18 gible list. Finally, the dean decided : at 2000 with .'dinner. Guet
Patrol Squadron Ji : ,,
that if the man could answera and member danced to lie mu-
'
Gets New SkipperComdr. couple of simple questions he ... Me of Charles Gum and liN
"" :>'': t"': :\} > : :' "

William D. Bonvllllan would be allowed to play. t: .: t;1::: ,: :: j. ji j/ "Ile\elprtt". Highlight, 'of the

: ., .. .> evening cam with the presentation -
,
was relieved as commanding officer "How much does a ten-ton truck :':. '. '.,'i..>!...'.!';,,;', .-, ". .:Ji:,.,.., ,.." ,"..,... of door prize
: "
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of Patrol Squadron 18 by weigh?" he asked. .y <:'t.:.:.., .; :, '..%:.:, l \" ::: "(,:i ,;-':..;..:, :' Other honored guests attendingwere
H. Ruth In a formal "" "' : .: *:. !. ,
Comdr. Wesley : 1;" : ;$: 'f.i-J

change of command ceremony hard The, but player the answer concentrated eluded him.very ::jt:::!t' 3i.rt.Iit'>::5t i ..." % .J: : Captains and their ladies

held Monday. _.._._' ._.. _.nn.n..m: _...._....m mn.____.__...... 1 m.. Burnham C McCaffree, Theodore
"What times does the 12 o'clockwhistle Dahl, John L. Counihan, EdwardS.
Comdr. Bonvilllan's next assignment DUTCH OFFICER AT SCHOOL-Lcdr. Hendrlck Polderman,
will be aboard the fast at- blow?" Royal Netherlands Navy' (right) discusses aircraft turrets with Lowe, Lyle A, Newton, War

Twelve o'clock." instructor David Davis, AOC, at the Naval Air Technical Training ren E. Klein; Lt Cols and their
tack carrier USS Antietam (CV A- Center. Lcdr. I'oldorman is attending Aviation Ordnance School
ladles Paul S. Treitel, James C.
36)). He came to VP-18 from the "Correct! Now think, how much under the Mutual Defense Assistance Program.
Lindsay, Charles :M. Kunz; Com-
Office of the Chief of Naval Op- does a 10-ton truck weighT"The ,
..
and their ladies
manders Carlton
School
Studies At AO
erations in June of 1952. player's eyes brightened:
B. Starkes, Charles R. Dodds,
Comdr. Wesley A. Ruth, the 'Ten o'clock," he said.
Jack C. McCurdy, and Major and
new skipper of VP-18 reported to a .
Netherlands Mrs. Edward L. Schncttlcr.
Navy
the squadron from the Bureau of visitor to San Quentin prison Royal Invited guests unable to attend

Aeronautics. had a rather startling experience.As .
Admiral and Mrs. Osborne
were
Scouting The SquadronsContinued he was going along a cell- Trains At CenterHolder B. Hardison, Captain and Mrs
block, he noticed an elderly man Officer Leonidas B. Coates, and Commanders
( from Page 4)) -certainly he was seventybehind -
and their ladies James H.

also. I the bars and paused to of two Dutch Flying Crosses presented by the Queen of Armstrong, Richard S. Stuart, and

Three new pilots: Lt. Lewis E. speak to the man. The visitor Holland and a Distinguished Flying Cross by the- King of England, Joseph T. Thornton.
Newbry Lt. (Og) Lawrence' C. time-honored question:
,
asked the Lcdr. Hendrick Polderman of the Royal Netherlands Navy reported to .
Warren and Ensign Robert J. "Are you guilty?" NATTCenter here to receive instruction at the Aviation Ordance
Patton have aboard from Girl Scouts MeetThe
reported "No, sir, I'm not guilty, said Schools under the Mutual Defense Assistance Program.
the Photo School at Pensacola. might be expected.But NAS Intermediate Girl i
the man as
Ensign Patton finished the Nav- Polderman will attend the school Scouts will meet
the rest was different. "You I man flew In Liberator bombers every Tuesday

Cad program prior to entering the see, I was charged with rape, but for a period of approximately 10 against Jap shipping throughoutthe at 1530 In Building 612 next door.

Photo School, making this his the testimony was so flattering weeks, during which'he will study Southwest Pacific Theater to Malnslde theatre.All .

first duty. that 1 decided to plead guilty." the Ordnance systems of the Na girls ages 10 through 14 aie
while stationed at Cocus Island,
New aboard last :
men reporting invited. For information call extension -
week were G. D. Sizemore, AL2; vy's P2V-,5; patrol bomber. He then 500 miles south of Java 8150.
A lady entered the sanitariumof [ his squadron members on the
joins
.
Eric A. Gittlngs, ATAN; Douglas -...----
specialists for a thorough over- west coast where they will come
G. Bombard, AM3; Francis C. Bu- Since the peace in lOn, he has
hauling. One physician examinedher into their first contact with the A11-Saints Junior Choir
thannon, PH3 Reginald D. Smith,
;
served several with the
another: her throat; a years
; aircraft.
ATAN AKAN eyes Seeking More Members\
; Billy G. Williams, ;
third checked her respirations; a Dutch Navy Bureau of Ordnancein
and Howard H. Goebel, PHAN. l Boys and girls between the ages
fourth X-rayed her. Already owning a Master's ticket The Hague. Two years ago he
The following awards were of 6 and 15 are invited to join
several .Merchant with the accompanied a squadron to the
for days In Navy
made East Detachment This went on
to the VC-62 Far the All Saints' Chapel Junior
aboard a carrier In Ko- until she had run the gamut of Royal Pakistan Navigation Co., States to pick up several PV2s, Choir. Rehearsals are held every
Then on the Lcdr. Polderman Joined the RNNIn the predecessor to the aircraft he
rean waters: Lt. Dale E. Kim- fourteen specialists. Thursday afternoon In the Small
overalled man came 1939.: As a navigator and ord- is to become acquainted with dur-
fourth day an
Me, Air Medal and Commendation Chapel with children from 6 to 7
Ribbon; Lt. James T. Peddy, Air into her room carrying a bucketof nance specialist aboard PBYs he ing this visit. years meeting at 1515 and from

water, a few rags, some brushes was serving with his squadron in He is a graduate of the Univer
Medal and Commendation Ribbon; 8 to 15 years old at 1600.Prevento.
Lt. William E. Nowere, Air Medal .. etc. Now she was truly fright- the Dutch Indies when the Jap sity of Amsterdam and has mas-

; Lt. John H. Cover, Air Medal; ened. "And what are you goingto forces showed up. The unit went tered several foreign languages

Lt. (Jg) Norman R. Gearhart, Air do?" she asked feebly. The to Australia and then*to Ceylon during his studies. His family re-

Medal; Eugene H. Sutphin, Commendation little man smiled at her. "I'm going where it Joined with the RAF. sides in The Hague where he was

Ribbonv to wash your transom." For the rest of the war Polder formerly stationed. .


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M il' t HAS Intramural SceneThe


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1953 Mainside fall intramural
were held to one game due to
sports program, with competition .
: loss of the pin boy. This OIM>-
in touch football bowling
I game sett was won by the
and volleyball got underway this
week with heavy activity scheduled Squadronltes.
t on all fronts. .. There is still a need for pinboysand

The race for touch football honors any interested persons may
began Tuesday afternoon with get further information from the

/ V k VF-11 and VC-82 battling It out Mainside bowling alleys Building
at Yorktown Field. Three.

Ten team are entered IB the Eight games are carded for this
touch football league, aad all week's volleyball action. No results
were in at press time
are hopeful of taking the crown
-- __n_____________'___'____________ -- from Fasron Six is defending champion
away defending championNARTU.
in both bowling and volley.
JUNIOR GOLF TOURNEY PARTICIPANTS-Some were glad and others were sad whea this. .
photo was taken last week after champions were crowned in four diviisions of the NAS Junior Station keglers; got the new ball, and is expected to be a definite .
Golf Tournament. Bill Searbrough (third from right) and Billy Gilbert (fifth from left) won the off with threat to again cop the titles.
bowling
I Junior-senior division. Pee Wee honors went U Lou Chaff (seventh from left) and son Lou Jr. season Mondaynight's .
(front). Kelly Wolfe (second from right) and daughter Cheryl (front, right) claimed first place in opening matches. Supply,
the father-daughter bracket Capt. William Queen (extreme left) and son Tom (third from left) led by No s Dumond'a 583, Jvfmpedin
copped father-son division trophy front of the field with a (.0
Tentatively/ Re-Open
.. win over VF-11. Dumond becomesthe
Norfolk Golfers '." 1". ;.. 1:. ",.''j1" / < '- first to join the Select Circle Swimming Pool
of 200 shooters for this sea
Mainslde Special Services announced
Annex AirLant Ion by virtue of a single game of
233. that the small swimming
1 pool behind Building 3 will remain -
team TrophyComFair ComFair Jax and Preventive open through this weekend,
Medicine battled to a 2.2 tie. John( and, weather permitting, until

Norfolk moved In a Brkich was the big gun for the Sept 30.Lifeguards( .

solid( phalanx 1 put Com Fairs 11mMit Staffers with a 437 series, while will be on duly to
Jacksonville and Quonset to win the :Medics were aided by Hal Bal- accommodate those desiring early
lard's 441. Fall recreation at the double
the 72-hole medal play AirLant -diving
Golf Tournament here last week In another opening night board tank.

with an aggregate four-man totalof match, YP-H and Personnel

Norfolk 1231, easily outdistanced sec .4 With.,,...._Joha M. Charral --

ond place Quonset Point at 1244, I' It is reasonably safe to assume that football at Jax FOOTBALL SPECIAL

while the Jax entry floundered in' Navy will improve through the arduous weeks of the current For 1V'eek' of Sf'pt. 26 .
third using 1268 strokes. Last Saturday's contest of
season. was merely a case an Boston College....?.?..__...... YI. ._.__?.__.?..?_...__ Cleinson
Larry Sherrlll of Norfolk and untested eleven doing battle with a more experienced enemy, Cornell)! ......_....._.....__...._._. vs .......__.?_.......__- Colgate
Quonset Point's Dick Divers! dead and always experience out.
as won
PennsylvaniaPenn.: .?-.-...-?.?...?- VI. ----.?..__.__ Vanderbllt ,
locked for individual laurels at the "Nothing will beat experience," cited Assistant Coach State __.....:_.?.._?..... vs _.._.._?_.._?_.. Wisconsin

completion of regulation play with Ed McNeill as he recounted the Fliers' 12-7 whipping at the Texas ...?.........?......................... \P:. ...............................__ VWanova
304s. In a "sudden death" play hands of the 508th ARCT of Fort Benning, Ga., which is to Ohio state ................................ vs.. ?......?.__..?._.._.__ Indiana
off, Sherill ousted Diverse on the
say, touchdown' less two'extra points. Southern Cal. ................_..*., vs. ..,..__...__ Minnesota
No. 1 hole with five.
505-yard par The seasoned Red Devils so dominated the first quarter Oklahoma ..................._........... vs. ....?_.___.. Notre Dame
FMts Annexe ThirdJacksonville's of play that from the press box it appeared we were witnesS- Alabama ..........................._....... vs. ........,..?...._........._._ L. S. U.
Charles FUll, ing the debut of a (dismal schedule. Apparently, in the close Florida ...?._.?_....................?... vs ..............____ Ga. Tech
who. won the ComFair Jax tour ..........._........ _..... .
contact within the line some of the salt rubbed off on our Georgia ?? VI. .. .:?? ..._.__.??_?...... Tulane
ney earlier this month was one beef. Kentucky ..__..................._ vs ............................_ Mississippi
stroke off the pace set by the Mississippi State .................... vs ...........______... Tennessee
leaders to annex third place with From the second quarter on the Fliers had much Arkansas ................................_ v s. ...?............... Oklahoma A. &: M.

305.' Tom Black, Quonset Point, the best of things,although the score does not show it. Texas A. &: 1,.{. .......................... VS. ..,...'....._?..............?..__ Houston

at 306, and George Toms, Nor In its haste to make good, Jax Nary overlooked costly Stanford ...___?._..__.__ vs. ..._................................... Oregon
folk, at 30't.' finished fourth and details which enabled the foe-to gain possession in the Michigan ........._..__...?..... vs. ?........................ ..._ WashingtonMiami

fifth respectively all-important race' for time. ..._.....?...?....?...?......_ v 8. ..........................._ Florida State

Low five shooters In the Air Jax Navy's tackling and blocking was of sub-par quality Illinois ..._._..__?_.._...._..._ v s. .................................... Nebraska

Lant championships, Sherrlll, Di I Too often the Fliers reverted to arm-tackling or ineffective Montana ...........,......__..._.?_ v s. ................................... Wyoming
versi, Fitts, Black and Toms, will' that the Red Devils
brush blocks with the result ate up important (Predict" the score of this
)
represent this area in the Cinc- game
able ball carriers
yardage.or were to spill without a
Lant Tournament to be held at

Camp Lejeune, N. C., starting substantial gain.Defensively Oklahoma ....................?....?.?... vs. -_......._..__?_ Notre Dame
Sept 28.HEFTY. I the first quarter, Jax Navy set up a 5-3-2-1

which would have proven effective had it been used as prac- Name -........?.?...._...?._.._?.?.... .............. Rate/Rank .....?... ..._
ticed. The linebackers pulled in too close and were feintedout
(First) (Last) .
of position with displeasing regularity. .4.1'


These and other points will receive a thorough going Unit Assigned To ..................?..........?....._........ Phone.-............. ..-
over in practice this week. Saturday's adversary, the Bri- .
gade Rams of Fort Benning, while a tougher opponent than
t the 508th, should be dealt with in a more polished pattern.Jax RULES
1. To enter the contest ;you simply indicate choke .f
: Navy backs ran hard and impressively, but did your
x not have the interference to pose an all-out scoring each winner by placing an (X) or circle the team you select to
threat. Jack Bishop; Linwood Gray and Joey Turman, win. If you predict a tie game, place af (T) after the name of

who will improve with practice, carried the lion's shareof teams ;you think will play to a tie score*

the offensive burden. 2. All games are to be predicted on an even bails. Tie
count aa. losses! unless predicted.
Quarterback Whitey Sarrett, just returned from an un-
fortunate emergency leave, had only a few days of contact 3. In the space provided, Indicate the score of the game
behind him, yet showed that he has the moxey to direct the picked as a tiebreaker. In case of a tie the person with the
"T" formation for Jax Navy.It most nearly correct score will win the contest

r would come as no surprise to see Bishop, a triple- 4. Entry blanks incompletely filled out will not be con

threat two-year letterman, shifted to left half and Sarrett sidered. Contestants must make all the selections plus Indicating
y inserted as signal caller. Bill Cantor, a newcomer who was the wore of the one tiebreaker to be eligible.

not listed on the program, may well be moved as starting 5. In the event a game i, postponed or re-Mheduled: for
fullback. Homer Brinson and Gray are good possibilities for any reason it Is automatically excluded from the contest final
; I 1 yy the other halfback slot. rating -

Of course. there is nothing definite as yet. Bishop will 6. Entry blanks must be submitted not later than 1700'
still see part-time duty at quarterback. However, when Friday to the Jax Air News Offle in the Special Service

backed up three steps, he would be a good target for pitch- Building, 930, or to any of the convenient pickup points throughout

> Gs outs from Sarrett with the pass-or-run option at his dis-, the station.
posal. > 7. AU military and civilian personnel, with the exception

R Texan Currie Meyers, an agile 230-pound: tackle 'of test personnel of the JAJC Air News, are eligible to enter the con

who had only three days practice with the locals before
8. Only ooo catty to each nonI'm' be allows
showed he and hard.
donning game togs, can play, play
U' 9. Winners will be announced la the Jax Air News
the
"\ lie was one of the brighter aspects of the line alongrwith
'; SWING Charles End Morris Wilson and Tackle Ray Brown. Thursday following the Saturday oa which the game Is played.
/04. Fitts, of Fasron Nine displays PRIZES
\' the form that won him theCoiuiFalrJax Had the Fliers elected to move upstairs against the Prise
totaling $10 la merchandise chits will be
,-:'; golf title and a Red Devils, and the door was wide open, it would have awardedthe
subsequent third plate in the top three entries. First place is J5, second place is |3, and
loosened the defense for the runners. However Bishop and
,
w AirLant tourney held here re- third place is $%.
ee tlr. Sarrett combined for only five passes.



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tandem of Lt. Bill and 1 I Quicker than you can say Sax Navy lost its 1953!)

Mary Barrows reached the final t k 614 football debut former Denver University scat-back

round of ,the 1953 Station Mixed r i II 4 SN Charlie Stewart traversed 75 yards on a kickoff return in

Two-Bali Tournament with a the third quarter to provide a touchdown-difference as the
Combat Team of Fort Kenning
scorching 2 and 1 conquest of 508th Airborne Regimental

Erwin Scott and Lou Gingrich Ga., toppled the Fliers, 12-7, here last Saturday.Few .

last week on the NA.S Golf in a partisan gathering of which ouhn'.&hf'd Its "pl"-nt"| i

Course. 2,500 had reseated themselves aft- by at least 10 pounds ut ex'cry

Squaring off against the Bar. er Jax Navy marched M yardsin position. They charged; harder
the final round will be 10 plays for a touchdown and ,
rows in and faster, and opened big; holey1n
the team of Lou Chaff and Betty extra-point to gain a momentaryT -t Urn first half a. the South

Gray, which ,exploded 'Barbara : advantage before Stewart feather-lugger IrUkloU. through(
Abbott and Pete Gardner from : : aR a: shook loose on a scintllating gallop for jardagr.

the semi-final bracket by an impressive -.-,--'. ..-.....-., down the west sidelines. It was all the 506th in the flirt

6 and 4 count. GRID OrENER-Kt.nottS of lax Navy's 1Z-7 loss to the 50 lh Stewart's run was the "coupde two periods of pia)'. Outguessing

Earlier in the- week, the RCT of Fort Bennlng last Saturday in the '5J: Inaugural are these grace" for the Fliers, who the Fliers at every turn, the Red
darkhorse entry of Gardnerand action hots. In top photo, Fliers' halfback Joey TurmAn (on seemingly had found the scoring Devils took the opening kickoff
ground at right) falls on a fumble in his end bat the '
own zone, after being checked the first!!
range the 27 and moved 73 for
Abbott surprised co-favor- ball was declared dead. Visible In the picture are Everett Crews op yards
ed Bill SearbroBgh and Vivian (50)), Morris Wilson (15) and Junior Cassell ((81)) of lax Navy and ha without so much as a smell a score with Quarterback Don

Coleman, 1-up on the 18th Willis flames ((88)) and Larry Smith (74) of Fort Bennlng. In the of the enemy crossbar. Lucas filtering across from the
bottom photo Red Devil Charlie Stewart spins through three lax Th Red DeUI forward Ignored -
green Gardner sunk a seven- Navy defenders on an end sweep for a gain lax Navy's game the tremendous power two.That's
how it stood
foot putt for the clincher, with Brigade Rams of Fort Denning this Saturday has been can- throughout
while Scarbrough mi.scued. celled. Imposed by the Jax Navy line>, the first half, although the visitors

10-feet. were within whispering distance -
from 0---''>" -- -
In first round matches last NATTCenter ..'. of the Fliers' goal line midway

Saturday, the Barrows kicked in the second quarter, only to

out John and Mrs. Irabino, 5 IM have Halfback Dale Ems fumble
nd., while Gray and Chaff Leagues in the end zone where ?ax: re.

were taking the measure of Bob covered.
Open Jack ( threat ttC
Wallace and Montie Bower, 4 and PlayWith trd' Bishop triple
flL iii the local eleven, took the second -
eliminated
3. Scott and Gingrich
George and Mrs. Ayers 5 and 4. the commanding officers 1I1 -,. half kickoff to tile 508th(\ .
Jack of NATTCenter and the Marine k 34 on a return of W j'ard'8. Th
Second flight favorites
Comdr. Air Detachment taking part in y', Filer relentlessly' ground. << out
and Mrs. Tefft bounced
ina the kickoffs, the NATTCenter In- 66 yards In 10 plays for a touchdown
James and Mrs. Harty, 1-up
tramural Touch Football League at to gain a AhoHlhfd upper
19-hole struggle Also in the
season was ushered in Monday. hand.
second flight, Casey and Mrs.
Maze tripped Less Plait and Opening victories were scored Fullback Bill Cantor, whose"
by Aviation Ordnance over Aviation showing after less" than i week of
Mrs. Lusk, 4. and 3.
disposed Electricians, 1-0; Marine Air s practice was OM of the more
Jim and Mrs. Rentz
of Lou Broze and Mrs. E. J. Detachment over Marine Co. 34, promising notes for JRJC Navy
most 6-0; and Marine Co. 35 over Ma. Coaches Dick Mujlamler and F.lcI l
Bryant, 7 and 6, in the
rine Co. 36, 15-0. McNeill lost a yard at right guard
one-sided match of the tournament -
Art Sword scored the winning I and Bishop's pass was incomplete,
touchdown for MAD when he leaving third and eleven.
4 i
for 15 -- ..
caught a pass good yards.
NCoach Calls The Ordnancemen downed the THE. YARDSTICK
I Ju X..jr BMU AWT
Electricians when they intercepted Embattled Fliers Breathe 10 ..... .Firm Downi .. ..... u
a pass in the playoff period to 140 ......Yard Rushing .....215
For 'Turn Out'From J5'al'd.. raiclnt/ ..,,. J4
break a scoreless deadlock.In :5 .....P.MM Alt. ........ S ,

a three-game thriller Aviation I Easier As Rams Cancel 42 3.,1'a..,.. f'untf; All Units Ordnance clipped the Guidesin "f ..... KiirBbK. Lot ..... ft-1 '
I 43. .. Penalties .......... MAt
the opening of the NATTCenter -

Jax Navy boxers made their Intramural Volleyball League, I Lady Luck jammed her big hand into the Jax Navy that juncture Linwood, Gray, .
before I
bow lint Thursday night 14-16 15-7, 158. I football picture this week, but instead of battering the I localsas an unheralded back on the '52

a crowded' house at and the Coach NATT- Training Facilities downed Special :I in past appearances, she gently stroked the Fliers' embattled varsity from St. Fe\ersburg7"FlA; ,

Center Auditorium Services in the other Monday I brows, instilling new life for a still young: season.DOWN became the take-charge: guy. He
Steve Mayer was highly pleased 15-8 1513. I ripped 12 yards off right tackle
I game, the ,
I Brigade
In a surprise move,
of his 1 who hut week av lour of hN
with the first performance .
Shining alleys and new pins Rams of Fort Benning Ga., informed cutting back to the middle before
darters( forced to the tldeJlnev
ting squad. greeted bowling teams in the Cen Jax athletic directors -. being hauled in on the 45.
First smoker performances, Navy with Injuries' against formidable -
intramural which Again It was
ter's
loop com that due to transportation dif BUhop'and Gray
Coach while 508th( ARCT of Fort Ben
Mayer pointed outS
menced play Tuesday. ficulties they would be unable to I who ate up big chunk of yardage -
giving him a line on his boxers, hiIlC. to plant I the ball within
here
doesn't mean that the team is set Following the 1904 baseball sea fill a scheduled engagement End Al Yeaigin and Halfback scoring: dUtaix Failing to find
the I Saturday afternoon. Carl Wall sustained hurts
major
for season. Series between
son there was no World a receiver on the 35, Bishop
Meets are coming up with Fort the champion Giants and "It couldn't hate happened ata in the Fliers' 12.7 loss to the Red danced around left end behind

Jackson and other outside teams I i Red Sox because the Giant owners more opportune time," sighed Devils that In all probability will heretofore unnoticed Mocking for

find Coach Mayer wants to field and manager John McGraw would Head Coach Dick Maylaixler, prevent them from playing for the 21 yard

M strong a lineup as possible I not recognize the new league and remainder of the season. After Turman knifed left guard

against what promises to be a refused to play the Red Sox for a MORE SPORTSON Of some encouragement was for two, Gray crashed the right

tough inter-service schedule. world championship, which they word that "Triple Threat" Jack ,
PAGE 8 side too the six where it was thirddown. .
The next boxing event is scheduled claimed anyway. Bishop and "Bulldog" Jesse Arnold Bishop stepped between
here tentatively for Oct. 8 will return to action in the
left guard and center and went
and it will be either an intramural near future. Bishop, the capable over for the touchdown. His con.
smoker or a team match against field general and co-captain and ,
version was good, and the Fliers"
an outside squad. Arnold, veteran defensive "stick-
led for the first time 76.
.
Results Thursday. were as follows l- A out" are both nursing shoulder in
Then it happened. Fullback Bill
: juries. Delia pocketed Ray Brown's kickoff .
118 pound Benny Brown (Marines Yliaf4 "We would un b *M I* bd on the 20 and veered to the
) decisioned Bell (Navy). "
Ray shape, commented Assistant right sidelines for five yards. Deft.
126 MVrcus' Bolas (Marines
pound Coach Ed McNeUL
ly he reversed to Stewart coming
) second round TKO over x Next fray for laIC Nary will across and he began hit goalward

Lynman Dustin (Navy). M be with Shaw Air Fore Bar, journey temporarily unnoticed
135: pounds. Cole Adams (Marines here, ()c
) first round TKO over Don Robert James starting left tackle Safety Check DevisedFor

Maurer (Navy). last week, has been lost for
1(% pound Abe McIntosh (Navy --, the season when he was transferred Station Boatmen

) decisioned Tpny Smart (Marines to ANP) School, Norman, Boating fans at NATTCenterand

). Okla The ex-Ohio State lineman Malnside muet be checkedout

160 ponndft. Tony Shield (Ma. figured prominently In the Flier on safety precautions before .

Tines) decisioned Terry Courneya strategy. equipment will be Issued in

(Navy). the future it 'was announced by

165 pounds. Louis Beltran (Marines Weather Report Special I Services departmentheads.

) decisioned Charlie Morris .
(Navy). Friday-Partly cloudy, showersin This I applies to outboard,

167 pound Louie Hadley (Marines the afternoon and early eve motorboats and sailboats Applicants -

) decisiohed Bill Fisher (Navy ning, becoming warmer may register on Tues
---
). Saturday and Sunday- Showers days, Wednesdays Thursdays
FOR NO COUNT-Sailor Ray Bell goes down for a light easterly to southeasterly or -
' 178 pooads. Frank Chamberlin count when he slipped after punch by Marine Benny Brown .1 at the M&hwlde Boat-
(Marines) decisioned Bill Dicker- I the initial melee of the eight-boot card held at NATTCenter a winds, temperature in mid. house.
.
son (Marines). torium last week. Brown won a three-round decision. dIe 80's.

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amiZ1l Civilian Golf



(Items offering for sale articles Play Enters

of property such as washing N A

machines, automobiles, furniture, i 2nd RoundDefending

radios, clothing and the like are vrr'/ r'' .
Herb Pin-
champion
prohibited by Defense Department
regulations. This column will, fr ney led the way Into the second

however, list such services i as @' round of the Civilian Golf Cham-:

available housing, rides wanted ionshtp! tourney with a 5 and 4

I and lost and found articles 01 other 1 I Ir Iy win over George Frye last weekon
similar notices.) > the station golf) course.

FOIl KENT Pinney had to share the spotlight -

Will share home with couple, Mur In the championship bracket

ray Hill. Ph. 7-8671 01 Ext. with brother Rod, who upendedJim

: 334, Mrs. Hutchins., tt Vearll 1-up In. a thrilling'
match that 1 a s t e through 20
Furn. 2 bdrm. house Ph Ejkt.
hot eSt
771, Lee Wright. T 4 tiMi
Here are the results of first
Furn. 3 rm. apt., $M mo, 720 S. ;
I. round play in all flights:
2nd St., Jax Beach Ph 112-5- :
: n m rf 1T nwN.OG.rYi'? : Pin-
4914, Mrs. Woodard. Championship 'Flight-Rod

Furn. 3 rms. Ph. 8-1760, Mrs DalI EARN COVETfD ..AWARDS-Joseph Duncan, (center) leading man machinist of 0 & R receivesa ey'over Jim Veaill, 1-up, 20
I lentlne. letter of commendation the Secretary of the Navy, presented to him here by Capt. Burnham holes; Ray: Kennedy downed Dick
I McCaffree! commanding officer of the Naval A ir Station. Duncan also received an additional $255 Cleveland, 3 and 2; Herb Plnney;
I Small. furn. apt., $.0 mo., 2854 beneficial suggestion check. Seven other employees of the Overhaul and Repair department were defeated George Frye, 5 and 4'
I Corinthian. Ph. 8-4235, MI'". Mil honored for 30 years government ,,service*'Those who received the service emblem were (to the' left Jack
Red Ever-
. lei, of Duncan) Orrin Allen, James Coburn and Ira Stringer and (to the right Captain McCaffree) Leo ghaipe whipped
. Sullivan, Valentine Ripley_and_Ralph !Meeks. John Cooper was absent. Itt, 6' !and 4.
'I .Unfurn. 4 rm. apt., 2580 Riverside First "
Flight-Andy Plane .over

". Ave 7904; Mrs.Inquire Cowart.Apt. 2, Ph. 88- Seven Receive 30-Year Pins Commissary Store Walker Crevasse, .1.upJohn; Plew
''
; downed Richard Brogden, 4 a,d 3;
Unfurn.. I 5 rm. house, 6202 Alfa Closed Sept. 29 Charles Boucher beat Art Cliff, 5

1 Ave. Ph. 8-2426, Mrs. Smith. The Commissary Store win be and 4; Bill Gouchnour smothered

''Unfurn. 3 bdrm. house. P}h. 2-' o & R Worker Cited by Navy closed for Inventory. Tuesday, Sept.. Jesse Smith. 7 and 6.

6867; Mr. Salter. 29 and will reopen Sept. 30. The Second Flight -= Charles Field
store will be until 1500
1 furn. 4 rm. apts., 2520 Ernest.Ph. I The Navy Department's award for employees who have an accumulated Thursday Oct open 1. on beat Cy Hoydic, 3 and 2; Nick

7-4140,Mrs. Bonlfield. total''' of thirty years of government service was presentedto : :,, Pulignano defeated Jim Perrltt,

Furn. 2 bdrm. apt. Ph. 8-5581, seven Naval Air Station employees by Capt. Burnham C. McCaf- 2 and 1.

1530 May St., Mrs. Medlock. free, commanding' officer, In ceremonies last Thursday. U. S., British MarinesTo Third Flight-Frank McCaffrey
Furn. kit. Ph. 8-4936 defeated} Bob Boling, 5 and 4"
rm., priv. ,Captain McCaffree also deliv-:, Trade Officers ,
'
berg of 0 & R and included Or-
Mr Kaplin. : Johnston drubbed Wintz, 4 and 3;
Bred letter of commendation
a U. S. Marines and British Royal -
Turn, home in Riverside. rln L. Allen, Aircraft Mechanic downed Milo
Ph. Ext. from the Assistant Secretary of George Gemming
Marines will exchange officer
Aircraft
411 Lcdr. General; James T. Coburn, Jones 3 and 2 Mike C
Briggs the and additional I ; a I con.
Navy, a $255 students. A U. S. Marine officer
N\
Furn. 2 bdrm. house, $60 mo. Ph. beneficial suggestion award check, Engine Inspector:y Ralph eased by Jay Stober, 1-up.
Meeks, .Aircraft Mechanic General will be sent to England, at the
112-8-3664, Mrs. Saunders. recommended by the Navy Efficiency Valentine request of the ,British govern- Second round pairings:
Turn. 3 bdrm. house, 4557 Blount. ; Ripley, Machinist;
Awards Committee, to Joseph Championship Flight: R. Pin-
ment to take a series of courses
Ira C. Planner Ma-
Stringer, Shop
Ph. Ext. 8539, Mr. Alcorn. E. Duncan, Leadingman, Machinist 'that include phases of amphibiousand ney vs. Kennedy; H. Pinney vs.
chinist Leo C. Sullivan Aircraft
; ,
Furn. 5-rm. apt, 2575 Haldemar
Overhaul and Repair de- commando, training (AFPS) Sharpe.
Mechanic I and John T.
Terrace. Ph. 7-4412, Mr. Ha- partment. Motors; First Flight-Planey vs. Plew;
Cooper, Quarterman, Aircraft Me-
zourl. S Boucher vs. Gouchnour.

Furn. 3 rm. house, $50, AllAdin Prior to Duncan's suggestion of chanic General, who was not present : VF-31 Duo I Second Flight-Field vs.. Pulig
at the ceremony. Cops
Farms. Ph. 112-9-3151, Mrs a method for repair of aircraft nano.

Miller. engine auxiliary blower cases, it With the exception of Stringer, Third Flight McCaffrey vs.

Turn. 3 bdrm. house, Klngsley was necessary that a large number all service honored was Navy military Doubles Win In Johnston; Gemming vs. Cascone.Richard .

i Lake, $65 mo. Ph 2-9787 or see
of these cases be surveyed and civilian service. Strlng-
Mrs. Harris, 4514 College. because of internal Motorcycle RaceDespite
damage. They er's service' has been entirely civilian -
Will:share. home with couple, 3328 declared
were even beyond repairby
with department
the Post Office
Phyllis. Ph. 8-1794 after 4:30: the manufacturer when Dun spending forty-five mlnutes I

:Mrs. Dinkins. can conceived the idea for coun- in Jacksonville, the War searching for a bridge which 'I

Turn. 1 bdrm. apt., $50 mo., 8524 eiboring the auxiliary blower Department at Camp Blanding, wasn't there, Richard W. Astley,

:Matera. Ph. 112-8-3244, Mr. case to accomodate a 24ST alumi- and the Navy Department at NAS AD2, and Lt. (jg) Lloyd Parthe-

Sadler. num insert and developed all tool- Jax. mer of VF-31 became the doubles

Furn. 3 rm. apt, 2312 College. Ph. ing necessary to accomplish the class winners of the recent Orange A ;r tKr

7-6249, Mrs. Clark. To Distribute 500 Blossom Trail Motorcycle Race.

Furn. rm., kit, prlv. 2312 College. job.It Is estimated that this suggestion The two VF-31 men were well
Doctors To AF
Ph. 7-6249, Mis. Clark. resulted in a savings of Navy, ahead of their next Competitors:

Furn. 6 rm. house, Murray 11111 66,850; during the first year of Redistribution to the Navy and when they came to a river, not

Heights, $75 mo. Ph. 8-5303, application at .this activity, and Air Force of about 500 physicianswho marked on their maps, and not

Mrs Chester. Duncan was previously awarded recently were commissionedin provided with a bridge.
the Army is underway by the
FOR SALE $275( the local maximum for any AFTER A BRIEF consultation

2 bdrm. house, 2357 Hyde Park one beneficial suggestion. His Defense Department. the Fleet Air Jax men decided to

Rd., Cedar Shores. Ph. 2-7133, method was then forwarded to the The Navy and Air Force tem search for a crossing or to find from IIAFSE.Wells, DK!. back

Mrs. Martin. Navy Efficiency Awards Committee porarily had enough doctors to where they might have made a

Furn. 3 sin cottage, $300 cash, for consideration of an additional !- meet their needs, but now because wrong turn. They rode through

Alrbase Trailer Pk. Ph. 2-5410, award, which was granted. of scheduled losses, these woods, up and down sand dunes Disbursing Clerk

Mrs. Schulz. services are able to use some of and in deep puddles looking, but

1945 Landola house trailer, 25 ft., All employees who had earned the new Army doctors. (AFFS) all to no avail.Fortyfive .
Recalls Exploits
1249 Cumberland Rd, Mr. the coveted anchor type lapel em- minutes later they

Woehrman. blem, for 30 years of military and Prevenlo had found nothing and: returnedto

MISCELLANEOUS civilian service, were also mem- the river. Conveniently they With HAFSEDuty

wanted to Okla.__ __
Tulsa _
F..ldcrs or -
-- found which
__ a ferryboat waiting
along route, over Christmas hol H from Gibraltar to the Suez
: turned out to be "the key" they
idays. Ph. Ext. 8184 or 216. were looking for. Canal for 17 months with Headquarters

Hiders wanted to Miami leaving' Allied Forces Southern
Once they crossed the river Ast--
Friday, returning Monday. Ph. Europe was the experience of
Icy put his "bike" in high gear
Ext. 592, or contact Bks. H, Richard G. Wells, disburing clerk
and with Lt. (Jg) Parthemer
Comp. D, after 1600, Jerry third class, who this month reported -
hanging on the back for dear life,
Short. to the Naval Air Techni-
zoomed into Orange Park.
Baby sitting day or evening, 1775 cal Training Center.
THE RACE STARTED in St. .
Hamilton. Ph. 8-4956, Mrs. Ad 'Wells was in on the ground floor
Augustine, went' through Palatka
die. y bWi' of setting up the Southern Europe
and ended in Orange Park. All
.
Headquarters at Naples, Italy, for
Seek Officers For contestants were required to atj the Allies and his office handled
erage 35 mph. and to reach des-
Mine Warfare School accounts for the.Army, Navy, AJr\
ignated turns-and points at exact
Force and Allied nations.
The. Navy has established advanced times.It .
of instruction In to Two months of the 17 were
courses was necessary adjust speed
mine warfare training in responseto e continually as traffic, poor roads, spent at Izmir, Turkey, with

a continuing and expandingneed and thunderstorm weather creat- Headquarter Allied Forces

for qualified mine warfare : ed unforeseen obstacles. Southeast Europe doing similar

Throughout the route of the work.
A
Regular and Reserve officers in race officials were stationed at While at HAFSE he received a

the grade of Comdr. or below _. M__ __ .........-.7C.._...x.JwwaCd. .. points to record the times made letter of commendation from Adm.

are eligible. Officers eligible should RACE VICTORS-Richard Astley, ADS, and Lt. (Or) Lloyd by contestants. Penalty for beIng Robert Carney, now Chief of Na
apply Via official channels, to the Parthemer display: their trophies won at the recent Orange Blossom early was two points per minute val Operations, then Commanderin
Chief of Naval Personnel, WashIngton -, Trail Run, which started In St. Augustine vent through and for being' late, one point Chief of HAFSE. .
Palatka: and wound up In Orange Park. An average speed. of 35
# D, O, (AFPS) miles per hour was the'goal of the contestant. per minute. His home is in Muskegon, Mich.'age .



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