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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: October 1, 1953
Frequency: weekly
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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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A definite threat exists the last minute as part of stores and what quality ment. morale of service personnel
today to close down Commissary the military, ',money bill, merchandise they offer and It is believed that if the and their families were regarded -
Stores 'within the says the Secretary of De. at what price. threatened close down of as increments of the .
continental limits of the fense shall decide in each The surveys are expected, commissaries were to be service pay schedule. Now .
United States and may case whether a commissary to be completed this fall, carried out, it would cost these benefits are threat. '.
even go so far as to curtail, is or is not reasonably nec and no closings will occur service families in most ened. I,
or close, N a v y and Post essary. probably until after the areas untold millions an. Personnel at many insta- ,:
Exchanges. first of the year. nually. lations, plus every veter :
Cause of the concern is a HIS DECISION will be The rider of the appropriation .*. .*. .*. ans organlaztion have takenup

commissary rider i on the based on the service surveys bill also authorizes HE ESTABLISHMENT the battle to keep commissary
Defense Appropriation Act which will show how the Secretary of Defense to of the commissary stores stores open. ..
of 1954. close commercial facilities, turn commissary stores, and other minor i conces- Five veterans groups 1
That rider, -adopted at are to existing commissary a over to private manage sions to the comfort and (Please Turn to Pate 2, Col. 1))

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VOL-ll No. 25 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA 1 Oct 1953 ,

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


55,000 EM Eye Royal Air Force


Promotions In Members Treated .



Grades E-4, 5, 6 .' 'M' 8. .,r n At 'Milk Party'A

As a result of the Fleet- > ., casual remark made by a
wide examinations held last crew member of Royal Air
month, the Bureau of Naval Force 220 Squadron of the

Personnel is planning to pro- British Coastal Command on
mote 55,000 Navy enlistedmen 3 a iY,, > how good the milk at the NAS
to pay grades' E-4, E-5 t i. Jax mess hall tasted, snowball
and E-G. ed last week into a "milk par-

Breakdown for promotion is: f ty" for the visitors given by
E-G (first class) 5,000; Esec Fasron 109.
ond class), 18.000 and E-. (third r'L. In less than one half hour
(class), 32,000. approximately 90 pints of milk
BuPers reports that the planned were consumed by 40 RAF
advancements are only tentativeand members who were here for
may be revised when current -j i antisubmarine exercises of
and conferenceswind NATO "
manpower) budget "Operation Mariner.
up. All promotions will be NOT MUCH OF IT IN BRITAIN-Officers and men of Royal Air Force 220 Squadron enjoyan The milk was donated by a local
,effective Nov. 16, 1953. Starting ample supply of milk at a "milk party" sponsored last week by Fasron 109 In Hangar 140. The dairy firm. ',
commodity H limited seasonably in England. In the center of the croup Is Comdr. Grover Gilmore, <
next month, lists of successful Fasron 109 skipper. On his right Is 220 Squadron Leader A, E. W. Laband. When Lt. Jack Sandefur, Fast '....
candidates will be mailed to commands ron 109 recreation council mem* '. ,
Phase Of "Operation Mariner"Squadron ber was told of the remark, he
Carrier USS /
Saipan
investigated and learned that

Following: February competitionlast Operating Off Coast England's milk supply is seasonal .
spring, there were, over 2,500 RAF Departs Jax Fifteen days of operationsare and. difficult to obtain in '
advancements made to the top en- being I conducted in the quantity> certain times of the
listed pay grade. Since there is Jacksonville area by the USS year.
no one on the waiting list in the After NATO ManeuversSome Salpan, a H, OO-ton aircraft Lt. Sandcfur took the information -
ratings for which there, are now carrier which arrived at May- to Comdr. Grover Gilmore -
vacancies, there will be no second port yesterday to take aboard Fasron 109! skipper, and
batch of CPO promotions as there 40 members of Royal Air Force 220 Squadron, VMA-324. Lcdr. William Hartmann, executive
has been in recent years. The British Coastal Command; operating in the Jax area in con- During its last stay here in officer of the Jax unit.
next "chiefs" list will be issued junction with NATO maneuvers "Operation Mariner", have late August, the Salpan oper- Within a few hours, the visit.
after the February 1954 exam 1M. departed on their return journey to England. ated off the Florida coast for ing airmen were grouped
tions. Co-piloting one of the latest about one week.Weather. around a "milk bar" in Hangar
nalssance planes, under commandof
Next service-wide exam dates type Avro Shackleton four-engine 140 emptying the pint containers .
Squadron Leader A. E. W. La-
are for CPO-Feb. 2; PO1-Feb. anti-submarine aircraft of the ReportThe while they chatted amiably
band RAF, made stops en routeto with their hosts.Fasron .
23; P02-Feb. 16; P03-Feb. 9. British squadron was Lt. GeraldW. weatherman says that we .
At the same time tests will be Smith. Attached the United States ,at Keflavik* may get a break from all this wet ',' .
given for changing from fire con- as an ex- Iceland and Goose Bay, Labrador( atmosphere. Jacksonville shouldbe
change pilot, 'he return's to Six
trolman to fire control technicianand Eng-
The Jax unit left last Saturday in for a bright and shiny
from aviation electronlcsman" land with the RAF unit. for Quonset Point where the weekend with partly cloudy, according -
to aviation electronics technician: squadron will regroup and returnto to the forecost. Temper Again Atop
Exam: for substantiation of Re- CENTRALLY: based at NAS England. I. ature will be in the 80's.
(Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 5) Quonset Point' R. I., while taking Totem PoleFor

part in the opening Western Ar-
F-3 EXAMS SET lantic phase of "Operation Mari the eighth consecutive
ner", a NATO maneuver, the k month Fasron Six has earneda
FOR OCT. 13; squadron was divided Into three 'T z mark of perfect for its workin
38 PROMOTED parts. lyri the Atlantic I i Fleet Air

.Examination for advancement The Jax detachment led by Force training program for
to pay grade E-3 will be RAF Flight Leftenant Peter Wal- Naval personnel.
I conducted Tuesday, October 13.- ker, operated with planes of Fleet Perfect scores are produced
only by having all hands in the
Recommendations for
personnel Air
Wing 11 and ships of De-
eligible to participate in the exam stroyer Squadron 12 of the U. S. squadron registered in a courseof
i f 9a study and enlisted men qualified
shall be submitted by the Navy conducting coordinated air
for the
Division Officers before Sep- and surface anti-submarine tac- V advancement-In-rate
tember 30.Personnel. tics. examinations which are given

meeting the eligibility .. SIN twice a year.
requirements, which in- ADDITION to the detach- An unusually comprehensive
clude training Bourses, practical ment &.t Quonset Point, other ::1 collection of textbook account
factors. service requirementsand planes of 220 Squadron conducted partly for Fasron 6 turning In
quarterly marks, will report operations out of Norfolk Va. so many perfect scores. In addition
at 0800 in the Malnslde These training exercises provided : dally I lecture are offered -
by senior member
Mess Hall of the squad
excellent opportunities for the
The reaults of the examina- I ron. ,Different phases of SQuad.
exchange of Ideas between the ,.. .
... ron policy details of operationand .
tion to pay grade E-3 held on British Coastal Command and the ----'- -----
September 8 revealed 50 recom- U. S. Navy which organizations, GUARDSMEN GRADUATE-Three Coast Guardsmen were proper procedure In ear-
mended, 38 passed -and 12 graduated from Aviation Electrician Class (C) School last week, Tying out dally work are cove
failed. Advancement to would work together to combatan completing 11 weeks of the 33-week course. The Coast Guardsmen ered.
pay enemy submarine threat In attended Instrument school. Left to right. are, Frank Millgan, ALJ; Another Fleet Air Jacksonvilleunit
grade E-3 becomes effective time of war. Larry Fall, ALl; Lcdr. Noel Shutts, training officer of Aviation
September 16. Electrician (8)) School who presented diplomas, and John Vellar. Fighter Squadron 31, claimed
.t :4 t The long-rang maritime 1 : ,recoil- ALL* (Pleaie Turn' t. rage S, Cot. 5)
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' Published every Thursday for Navy and Marine act Ml. let at Naval Air CATHOLIC I
Elation JatksonMlfo, Ma
I't. HAS JtkiiTllU Sunday, Mass-0800, 0900, 1000-
Capt Durnham C. MeCaffiet ................>............Commanding>> Officer St. Edward's Chapel.
. jComdr.: James IL Armstrong ..........................|...... xmiU\t Officer I
nut Air Jri.aullU aturday 0800, .
Rear Adm. Oeborn B. HtrOlson .................................COmmander .
Daily0630.Sunday
Cpt Howard V. Hopkins ......... .............................Chief of SUtf
nut Air W'lit Eltt* 0630-Mass at Hospital
rapt. Theodore Dahl ...........................?..........................................................._...Commander
Comdr. Joseph r. Thornton...............................Chief SUtf Officer Chapel.MORMON
Need Air Tetkaletl TraUI r Center
Capt. David McCampbell. Commanding Officer NATTCChaplain's
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart ...,.................................Executive Officer 1930-Wednesday i
Naval n..pltal Office.CHRISTIAN .
Capt. Edward S. Low ., ..,?? ,, ,._, Commanding Officer SCIENCE .
Capt. .U A. Newton Executive cft .
NAaTU 900-Tuesday-NATTC-ChapChaplain's
Capt. John L. Counihan.............. ,._?......?......_.........._..,......... Commanding Officer Office.PROTESTANT.
Comdr. Anthony TruMo ............. .........................I:"< \
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The JAX AIR NE\VS U published weekly at the U. S. Natal Air Station. ()930-All Saints' ChapelWorld
Jackionvllle. Florida and printed commerciallylth non app ropmated fund .
at no expense to the government and tn compliance with NAVEXOS F-33. Rev. Wide Communion Sunday. ., ${ .
Nov. 1944. Copies are distributed I free of :charge at the Naval Air StaUont the "One Great t .... .. t .
Sermon Topic ":or"' ii"IfI Naval Air Technical Training Center Naval Air Resent Training Unit Naval "" oJ
Air Station Cecil Held and the U. $: Naval Hospital. Family." Chaplain Martell
Editor-Andrew II. Planey H. Twitchell. NARTU CEREl\IONY-Robert Ennis is presented with his new
Assistant Editor-Helen Harper; Sports F.dltor-Jnhn Chnrvat AN; Staff chief's hat by Capt. John Counihan, commanding officer of Naval I
PNSN Mildred Horne. SN Gordon Robbie. SN; School Small
Repul'tert-tl llendpuon ; ; 0930-Sunday !
inspection last
Unit during personnel
Circulation Distribution-Marge Fusco JO3.: Vivian Knox. SN. Air Reserve Training week
The JAX AIR NEWS la a member 01 the Armed Forces Press Service Chapel, Children ages 16. Eleven men were also presented Good Conduct Awards and 21
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe Bldg. 804-Children over designated Air Crewman during the inspection.
written permission of Armed Forces. Pleas Service. RepubJlcatJon J of other were .
matter except by arivlre publications. Is prohibited without permission of 7 3'ears.llOOAll -

tdltor.Editorial: JAX AIR offices NEWS.located Building $30 (topside). Phone extensions 8184 Saints' ChapelWorldWide NAVY'S NINE-YEAR Nab-6 Officer
and 21&Cumpnign Communion Sunday.

Sermon Topic-"Commun- HUNT FOR OIL IN

Afoot To ion Meditation." Chaplain ARCTIC CALLED OFFA Retires After

FiederickVolbeda. nine-year search by the

Sunday October 11- Navy for oil In northern Alas 30 YearsLcdr.

0930-All Saints' Chapel-Chap ka has been discontinued and
Close Commissaries Harold .. .
lain John N. Montgomery. by mid-October will be in an Chapman adminJstrative

100-All Saints' ChapelChaplain Inactive status. officer, Commander

(Continued from Page 1)) Martell H. Twitchell.as The halt to exploration along Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval Dis-

the Arctic Sea at Point Barrow trio, retired from the Navy
have banded together for a the exchanges.In us.
pirin.A. .
Alaska, was ordered as an terday after completing 30eais
last-ditch fight against the House Armed Services summing up this part economy move. There is a rea- of active service.

closing of the commissariesin subcommittee 1 a m bas t- of its argument the Hess sonable chance of finding a .

Norfolk, Va. The 15-, ed the private i retailer subcommittee asserted that large oil field, but further work It was on Sept. 5, 1923, that
Lcdr. Chapman enlisted in the
000 persons who hold cardsat group for trying to destroy servicemen and women would be too costly according: at After
should not be asked to bear Navy Portland Oregon.
service exchanges and de- to the Navy.
the Norfolk Naval Base, all the burdens and none of boot training at San Diego, Calif?
clared that exchanges are The oil that was discoveredhas
Little Creek AmphibiousBase "With the he assigned as deck hand
the benefits.
doing a good job and are been capped. Present costsdo
and Norflok Shipyard not competing unfairlywith i I constant whittling away of not warrant pumping it out, aboard an oil barge in the San

commissaries have been private business. conveniences and attrac- the Navy said. (AFPS). Diego harbor,
unanimous in protesting the tions of the services, it is During the next 30 years he wa!

move. TilE SAN DIEGO, Calif. small wonder that a mili- to receive at least 20 sets of

Commissary store, it is re- tary career is increasinglyless New Sergeant Major transfer orders that took him to
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THE FIGHT BY Navy minded, was closed in 1949, appealing," the com- For NARTU JaxIt almost every kind of duty, from

enlisted men, wives, and and a group store there has mittee said. was Florida versus: California 'tin cans" to carriers and from
veterans organizations at consistently undersold local when M/Sgt. Charles C. Irwin relieved cruisers to a college campus.
Norfolk to halt the possi- merchants since then. The 'A little girl and a little boy satin MSgt. Samuel S. Soperas He was commissioned in J912

ble closing of three commissaries merchants were better off their carriages outside a store Sergeant Major of the Marine and during World War II took

has reached fever under the previous system.A one day. Air Reserve Training Detachment part in the battles of Lejte, Iwo
pitch. At last report some House Armed Service Baby girl: Are you a boy? here. Jima Okinawa and the liberationof
Yeah!
f8,000 was pledged by personnel subcommittee, headed by Baby boy: Irwin, a native of Lakeland, the Philippines.
Baby girl: Are sure?
to fight or to opena Kep. William Hess (R..A.) you Fla., arrived for duty from the He now plans to settle in 1 Los
under thovers
Baby boy: i looking e!
cooperative store. declared charges of bad exchange ) Yeah, blue booties.StarStudded. Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San I Angeles, Calif.Fasron .

The .Fleet Reserve Asso- practices broughtby S. C Diego, Calif., and Soper now .

ciation angered at the the American Retail i heads west for Camp Pendleton,,

threatened closing of the Federation we r e without I Calif., his home state. Six Atop

stores: launched its nationwide foundation. The Hess (Continued from Page 1)

attack on the commis- group emphasized, how- second: place on the ComA Lant

sary foes at its recent convention ever, that the campaign training totem pole for August
in New York.A against unauthorized sales! Stage Show
with a mark of 139.2, barely nosing -
feeling exists i that m u s t t>e unceasing. The out Fasron 109 by two-tcnthi

there is definite lobby of committee in its report
a of a point.
retailers in Washington. stated that present efforts Here Oct. 5
Fighter Squadron li copped the
The Armed Forces along that line "in the main
fourth lung with a 133.8 total,
effective" "Un- .
subcommittee feels some are .
retailers want exchanges doubtedly there are occa- A nine-act stage show featuring while VF-13 with a sixth spot finish
the last of the Jackson-
was
whittled down to the point sional lapses but that is no ; Broadway and national l' a ville finish the
squadrons to in
for the
where they sell little more reason destroying radio and television stars ? top 10 units.

than tobacco, candy and as- system. .
will be presented at the Naval 4
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w The HESS COMMiTTEE Air Technical Training y, 55,000 EM Eye

in lambasting t h echarges Center Auditorium Monday

declared that "the evening at 2000. (Continued from Page 1))

exchanges are selfsupporting. The presentation features a list servist qualifications to enlist ,n

." They pay their way. of outstanding performers in com- the Regular Navy In an equal p lV

MAIXSIDE They pay federal taxes. The edy, impersonation, dancing, pup- grade will also be held but only

Thurs., October 1 only beneficiaries are the pe tin g. music, magic and songs. In certain rates. Many other raid

Cave Man .... ".......Victor MatureFri. enlisted men and women The stars are sponsored by Radio :. ..: or possibly the entire substantiation
., October 2 for whom recreational facilities Station WOR of New York City. ..'" program will be closed aftei

.. ... purchased with the
Rawhide Susan Hayward. are Included in the, cast are Lea PUPPET DANCERS-One of February exams.
Sat., October S the profits of the exchange and Gia Wallace, dancing the features of the Broadway The new international rules of
Fixed Bayonets .... Michael O'Shea systems. If this were not teers. Jenny Collins puppe- stage show coming to the NAT- the road will be effective Jan. 1,
NATTCENTEK so, the American taxpayer presently on TCenter auditorium next Monday 1954, and candidates may expect
leave from the New York cast of Is the puppet team of Lea
Thurs., October. 1 i would be, directly charged "The King and I" will present and Gia Wallace. The show questions concerning the new ruleson
Pack to God's with the cost of providing singing numbers. She has spotlights plenty of gals,talent I their exam papers. Advance

Country.......... .... Rock Hudson recreational facilities. peared orf programs from coast ap to: and music. notice will soon be issued to inform

Fit, October 2 The committees said the coast. Tommy, have appeared before candidates Of the qualifications

Gave Man ................ Victor Mature critics want servicemen to audiences both In the States and for the new FT emergency
Rice In
Sunny tops taps, blends
Sat., October S the civilian rates on'aU
pay ballet and tap abroad combining humor and service ratings.The .
Rawhide ................ Susan Hayward merchandise and to curtail specialty. dancing in her philosophy In their stint. Navy urged that t new "re

>'AVAL HOSPITAL what can- be sold to them. Berate Lola Lee comedienne, has appeared quest for service-wide competitive
George, known M the
Thurs., October 1 used.
recently at Leon and Ed- exams", now being made, be
Payment on Deman ....Bette Davis IF THIS IS done, it was Peer of ImprfMlonlitu, has appeared die's, popular New York night They will distributed to the
at the
Fri. October 2 out there shouldbe Radio City Music
pointed district publications and printing
Hall OB many occasions, and at club.Other
adjustment
pack to Cod'sCountry an appropriate pay performers are Howard

................ Rook: Hudson because present' the famous Palare Theatre MNew Lear, baritone; Pauline Alpert, pianist _

Sat., October S pay scales take into consideration YOlk City. ; and Norman Jensen, Magician offices.PREVEHTO

O.ve Man .._.--_... Victor Mature such side benefits Kaye Carroll and hw dummy; I .

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FIRE QUIZ: TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE. Retired Permitted To Elect

How savvy' are you on fire mable liquid) fire. Should you pipe hose?

prevention, and general fire use them on Class (elecerical 7. When your local building

know-how To test your fires? fire alarm sounds, can you assume Certain Contingency Options

knowledge, here's a little quiz, 4. What extinguishers are that the fire department

with answesr on Page 8. (It's advisable for use on electrical has been called? -

a bet that 95 per cent do not fires? 9. Is there any provisions on Here is a brief analysis of Public To use this option plan, the.

get by the first question). 5. How do the station for instructing per Law 239 83rd Congress, which active duty person must elect his
you "pull" a fire will be of particular interest to
1. What number do you dial alarm from a street box sonnel In the use of variousto members or former members of option before his completion of 18

report a fire? divisiontype extinguishers and fire ,years service or if he has already
C. The fire fighting the uniformed services who have
%. What number do dialto prevention? served more he mutt elect within'
you is a part of that station depart- been awarded retired, retirementor
report a crash? ment? 10 What is considered to be retainer 180 days from November 1, 193.1.:
the cause of most fires in the pay. Persons already retired must also
3. Foam extinguishers are 7. How many persons are law
The essential points of the :
? after 11-1-
country today elect within 180 days
primarily for Class B (dam necessary to operate a stand- (Aatwen .> PM I) This law is entitled *"an act to 53.

--- permit members of the uniformed under this
Annullit'sayable}
i iA services to elect certain contin-
Act shall be in addition to any
gency options." pensions to which beneficiariesmay

Effective date of this Act is receive now or later, and

November 1, 1953. shall not be considered as income

Under terms of Act uniformed under any law administered by

personnel, both active and retired, the VA.

who desire to leave a portion of .

their retired pay to their survivors -
Weather Plane Of
may so elect.
small
shipment of new booksis

on hand "and we ?elect a few At present' time retired' pay
I
VJ-2 'Cane
titles to note: I ceases with the death of the retired Eyes

Sea and Me: Series of short I person. I

stories gleaned from a life Interest Basically, the Act allows the At Wave Heighth'The

In the subject. Bai ton's substitution of a reduced Joint

name alone will tell you the rest survivors annuity for the straight first wave helghth penetration -

if you are also a devotee! 'xe life annuity now being paid. of a full scale hurricane by
: M one of the Navy's two engine
Auto Racing Old and New: A
If the retired person so desires P2V-3W Neptunes has been madein
small book, crammed with data.
he may choose for his survivor an the Caribbean by a plane from
Sports Car Album: "Interna
tional report on foremost makesof < -,._""., annuity equal to 1/8, lIt or 1/2 : Weather Squadron 2 of NAS.
of his reduced retired pay. Then I Severe buffeting, heavy weather,
sports cars. Whether you TOW BACK FOR VISIT-Comdr. Ralph Bagwell (renter) gets his retired pay is reduced by an visibility and apprehensiveness -
have one, want one, or just like a hearty welcome after three years in Prisoner of War camp in poor
cars, this is another small book Korea from Evelyn Perkins and Rod Pinney, of Operations, two "acturial equivalent based on the characterized the first flightof
former associates at NAS Sax when he was stationed here in 1917. retired member's age and the age the Neptune into the full
shouldn't miss.
you Here Evelyn admire his silver leaf, acquired just recently of his beneficiary" fledged hurricane as part of VJ-
Money Making Ideas: You may I
2's mission of gathering informa
not have the slightest interest in Station Extends Warm Welcome To
Set tion for weather bureaus. Th
the idea (we wonder!) but you Toyland hurricane WM No.5, Hurricane

will find this an interesting com- Comdr. 3 Years A POW Edna.
mentary on the ingenuity of people Bagwell, To Open In .

who are. After three years in a Communist prison camp, Comdr. Ralph Upon completion of the P2-V's

BargainVIUi God: :Massachusetts Bagwell, a Navy pilot, returned to the Naval Air Station for a short Building 954Only first flight into a hurricane, pilot

setting for the struggle of visit Monday. Ltr"Maxey: Watson and co-pllot

a parish priest to save a school Comdr. Bagwell, who served six more paydays remain Lt (jg) Downing Jewell 1 reported"all
and playground in an underprivileged trol, he was permitted to take
before Christmas, Navy Exchange went well."
here in 1941-43 and in 1944-
again the examination
physical
area. It has been comparedto necessary
officials have reminded personnel.At .
Winds of 75 knot
the delightful World, The Flesh 47, was taken prisoner while on for his long overdue promotion the same time the Exchangehas velocity were
encountered
route to the
and Father Smith, which should a combat mission as commandingofficer to full commander, retroactive announced that Toyland will en eye
of the hurricane at wave top level.
tell you it is thoughtful, if gay, to July 1951. first
be
of Attack Squadron 35. opened the week in October When the eye was reached, the

entertainment. The squadron .is now based at and will again be locatedin crew climbed to 10,000 feet to
Dlfby: A different sort of "tired The Commander never lost faith Building 954, directly across
NAS Cecil Field. depart the storm, and then con-
business man." The dignified, that he would eventually get the street from the Mainside
polished and very succesful young It was a warm welcome for the home, a faith justified by the Store. tinued tracking on radar.

himself the Commander who was officially letters cards and Making the circular climb in
executive finds losing many messages A bigger and better selection of
self-control which has always I greeted by Capt. Burnham C. Mc- sent to his wife by their friends toys will be stocked for the opening the 23-mile wide eye made the-

been part of his success. The Caffree, commanding officer, and during the past three years, and and in the following weeks. crew feel "like motorcycle" ridersin

month's vacation in Scotland Comdr. JameS"H. Armstrong, ex- which she had carefully kept for There will be everything from a motordrome.. .

proves. anything but a rest cure ecutive officer, and surrounded by him."I bikes to blocks, a variety of dolls, :

although the Highlands offer plen- old friends and associates. am sure," he said, "it was games, metal toys, and play- Aerologist on the mission, Lt

ty of other diversions. \ their thoughts and players that ground slides. (jg) George lithe, reported that

Conversation With The Earth: have brought me safely back. I Space has been made available : less turbulence was felt in the
Comdr. Bagwell had a joyful reunion -
:Adventure and philosophy have a Sunday with his wife and don't know how to tell people how in the Toy Shop to help personnel : P2V than u\the P4Y-2's. He was

part in this geological researchand much I appreciate it all. Please hide their purchases until just before able to obtain his necessary data,
two little girls who reside at
the account of the earth's tell them for me how much I Christmas. he stated. The navigator's closer
Park. lie had last
Orange seen
great and continuing changes. want them to know that." Other' Christmas merchandisewill proximity to the radar scope was
his family in Norfolk on Labor
Wilderness Passage: The Utah With his back pay, Comdr. Bag be received during October, also an improvement over thP4Y2's.
: to
Day, 1950, prior sailingfor
territory finds the legendary John well plans to take a 30-day holiday and will be on display in all of .
Korean waters on the USS Leyte.
ny Christmas "lip to his saddle leave with his family and will the Exchange stores about the AH hands aboard reported a
On December 12, 1950, he fell
horn in tragedy, intrigue and, to into North Korean hands. visit hU parents in Pelzer, S. C. first of November, smoother, drier flight In the P2V.

be cure, romance. And he is looking forward to Shopping hours at Toyland will The plane suffered only the usual

Natural Gait: Sam Snead's latest The Commander preferred not Christmas. which will be a gala coincide( with those at the Main- peeled paint on the wings.

No further annotation is nec- to discuss what happened duringthe "three-in-one" affair to compensate side Exchange: Monday through The crew of the Neptune Patrol

essary to tell the golf enthusiasts 45 days he remained under for time lost in Communist Friday, 0830 to 1630, and on Sat Bomber included: Lt. Maxey P.
the North Koreans. "It is some- Watson Jr., pilot; Lt. (jg) Down..
what is in this book. (We already prison camps. urdays from 0900 to 1200.
han reserves). thing to forget, like a terrible ing L. Jewell, co-pilot; Lt. (Og)

So Noble a Captain: New biography nightmare," he said, adding, "The Wesley 1[. Seay, navigator; Lt.

of Magellan, the great Chinese were more lenient. How- w a, George :J. Rehe, aerologist;

adventurer who has not had any- ever, no accounts of conditions } Chutes L. Swisher, ADC plane

where near as much attention in made by other returned"prisonershave captain; Charleton L.; Sauver, _

historical writings as others of been exaggerated. ALt, radar operator; Robert E.
.
his kind. You will find this full Burkhart, AT3, radio operator;

of fascinating detail as well as Once turned over to the Chi- and Andrew F. Jones, PH2, photographer

information-and adventure. nese, he was first imprisoned in all of Weather Squadron
5 with only one fellow Na-
Another Camp 2.
Too Late The Phalarope:
man. The rest 'were Army, ...
novel of South Africa by vy ----
Beloved Air Force and Marine personnel. A theatrical manager once cabled ;
the author of Cry The
of He was transferred to Camp 2 in a French actress, asking
Country. The same beauty
language and characterization, late 1951. There only officers of what salary she wanted to ap
the United Nations were impris- pear in a play opening in New
the same dignity and sympathetic
oned. The British and Turkish York. The actress demanded
interpretation of race problemswill
make this the best officers, he said, were "good mix- :L $1,000 a week.
probably i'
seller which Paton's first novel ers and fine allies"At :: "Accept thousand with pleasure

0900 on Sept 5, 1953, he 1 ," wire the manager. ,.
was.
was personally welcomed to an L :4 .,,, Promptly she cabled back:
American base by Generals Mark "Thousand for acting- pleasure'extra.

Weekend Tide Table Clark and Maxwell Taylor, who ."

High Low greeted all returnees. The next .

A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. day, while still under Army con- KID'S DAY-A close look at a FlU-1.Cutlass Jet at NATTCen.ter I The difference between radio
leaves these youngsters, who,toured various facilities here in and TV is that on radio you won
Saturday 4:37: 5:02 10.41: 11:14: last Saturday's Kid Day observance, a trifle %wed. It was their
dered what
Sunday ri:21ISU: : 11:28: 11:52: Prevento first inspection of a Navy Jet. Some .ISO underprivileged children people were laughingat
from.Jax were guests at the station. and on TV you wonder why. _

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VC-S2, Fcrsron Six, VF-174 VP-3, Pasron09 Report '"


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Scouting Area Squadrons 4 'f,*) !

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VC-6S where he attended Donora High Manne set a new league individual I 1'YY
Lt. E. Westra 'left last
Wayne for three years. He then moved Dingle game record of 256, while ,
week for Inactive duty. During to Sumerset, Pa., graduating from Ed Nehls blasted a 231. High
his nine months In the squadronhe
Sumerset High in 1916. three-game sets were bowled by
was LSO, assistant personnel Entering the Naval service Jan- Manne, Nehls, LaMay, and Cle-
officer barracks officer and
photo uary 9, 1946, Sredonja receivedhis plinskl, with 602, 590, 528, and
]pilot initial indoctrination at Great 611 points respectively.
During the past 10 days, 70 en- Lakes and In May of that year Fasron Six held its second

lifted men have applied for correspondence he was assigned to the Transportship Squadron picnic in as many yearsat

courses in anticipation USS Wharton (AP-7)). He Camp Blanding last Friday ,
of February exams. After was aboard for the July Bikini\ with approximately 350 attending y ,
n short-1 1 a y o f f following last atomic bomb tests. the festivities. Although the event

month's advancement in rating Five months later he was transferred was shortened considerably because

exams, the education program has to VU-1 Ford Island, then of a hurricane scare, the
t-tarted ,- -......,",...........
rolling again.
to AEA) School, NATTC Jax. recreation committee should be
"OPERATION 1\IARINER"-OflIctrs of the Royal Air
The squadron mat was rolled The school was later moved to commended for 'smoothness in Force
and the U. S. Navy get together to discuss anti-submarine exerclies1 -
out for William F. Van Houten, Memphis, Tenn., where he finished which the party was conducted. during NATO maneuvers "Operation Mariner". Conferringare
PHAN, from NPC Anacostia; and remained as an instructor for Chow was at its best with ample (left to right) Flight Leftenant Peter Walker, Jax detachment
Marlon C, Whitworih, PH3, from three years. In Feb., 1951, he helpings for all, and an unlimited leader; Comdr Henry Lloyd, operations officer of Fleet Air Wing
NPIC Washington; Sam J, Zanghi was transferred to VF-41 then supply of beverages was on hand.A Flying 11; Capt.Officer Theodore Henry O.Ling Dahl, Commander, Fleet Air Wing 11 and

PH3, and Julian E Larramore, based at Oceana, Va., and was 7-lb., 5-oz. baby girl was
AKAN, from NAAS Whiting i I with the Squadron until August, born Sept. 23 at the Naval Hospital was married to Miss Velva Lee
Field, Fla. 1953 when he reported to Fas to Ens. Robert Bozarth and Wayne of Camden, W. Va., August NATO SeaAirExercises

A 7-lb., 3-oz. baby boy was born ron Six. wife Katherine. Linda Carol is 20. The newlyweds postponedtheir Held
to Clinton E. Godown, YN2, and He is known as a top weightlifter the Bozarth's first child recent marriage for two and .
In Atlantic
his wife Vonnie June on 21 Sep having won the Jacksonville Cecil R. Beck, AMC, checked one-half years until Mrs. Duck-
tember. It's their first i and crown last August. back in from the Naval Hospital worth had completed her Home "Operation Mariner", the largest
they've named him Steven. Bradley Fasron Six's bowling combine after a three-week illness. Economics study at the University peacetime sea-air maneuverever
.- downed Cesery Liddell, 3-0, in the of West Virginia. She is now staged, is underway and will

In its first match of the season Major League Monday to move VF-l''Jf practicing this science in their continue- until Oct. 4 under the direction

VC-62's bowling team took from second position to the number Arthur B. Duckworth, ADZ, of Jacksonville apartment. of the North Atlantic 1 i

four straight points from the Fas- one spot by two games. Jim VF-174's line maintenance crew, The Hell Razor bowling team Treaty Organization.

ion 6 defending champions. Scor- I ... tied the Jax Operators last One part of the exercise will involve -
ing honors went to Lt. Delois Hoi- i Wednesday night in the first gameof the use of several of the

loway who had a high average of : the season at the Mainside largest passenger liners in the

194, and Daniel Olenjnik for his W' t r.k, :: bowling alley. world. Subs and land-based airplanes
high game of 208. Losing' the first two games, the will' make simulated attacks -
In their second outing, VC-62 :, : Hell Razors poured it to the Operators on the liners.
downed Preventive Medicine's in the third game to out- A total of nine NATO countries

bowling team by a (.0 score High score them for the evening, 2161 are scheduled to take part in the

game went to. Bronlslaw Kowal- to 2151. Harold King, AOC, was operation. It will include more
eskl with 176 while Tony Freitas ; tr VF-174'a high man for the evening than 300 naval vessels in additionto

had a high average of 162. with 479 points and an av- liners, 1,000 planes and 500,000
VC-62's No. 2 team lost to Naval erage: 'of 159 for three games. men. The area spreads from

Hospital, 4-0, as scoring honors Last Friday night, VF-174 Greenland in the North Atlanticto
went to Sam Hollinhead with bowlers> edged the NAS Supply Florida and the Coast of Af
a high game of 191 and high average team in an extra frame bowl-off rica. (AFPS).
of 154. ., < < -. after both teams tied
: \\ <<'. } on final
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;Nw. 'ttxf \\*\,. "'...: <' scores. Members of the VF-174 Air Force last
Wednesday at
I'asron Six ::t. bowling team are: Harold King, an informal milk party.
Outstanding initiative and lead- AOC; Robert Tonder, AT1; Oscar
eiship in Electronics division has Sloan, AD2; Nicholas Morello, Samuel Hawes, ADC; George
earned Stephen Sredonja, AE1, PN3; Richard Packard, AM3; and Tippen, AN; and Milford Nichols.
the distinction as this i week's SN, officiated at the affair where
Joseph Killman, AK3.
> : ; tE' approximately 90 pints of) milk
White Hat of the Week.A : *
native of McKeesport, Pa., u..... : .._...._.... .'uu..m..u..OT"_ ,._C. ..__. ... VP-S were consumed by RAF members.

Sredonja moved with his familyat ZERO VISIBILITY-Concerned with the canvas hood Installed Speculation ran high i recently( Fasron 109 extends a hearty
an early age to Donora, Pa., ment in the rear cockpit of TV-2 jets at the newly developed Instru- when men of VP-Tried' to predetermine congratulation to Lcdr. William
Flight Training Unit in Hangar 114 are these VF-174 trainees. Hartmann, the squadron executive
They are (left to the exact weight of
right) Lt. Dayo Prindle Lt.
Kenneth officer
Narance who
was recently no-
and Lcdr. Haskell Tull, officer-in-charge of the unit. BM1 Millard Powell's new and L
tified of his
Marine advancement to Com
Sgt.Commended. first arrival to his family. At ex-

'Blind Flights' Provided Pilots At actly 0609 Wednesday, Sept. 23, mander.
I Mrs. Gloria Powell bore her proud

Instrument Flight Training UnitThe husband a 7 lb.,.10H-oz. baby girl.

For RescueMarine Millard's comment after he recuperated -
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newly revised Instrument from the ordeal, "Be-
T/Sgt. Richard P. Flight Training Unit in Hangar the 1,200 nautical mile cross-. ing a father for the first time
Musgrove has been commendedby 114 was launched into its first country hop.Equally isn't the easiest thing I've ever
the Commandant of the Ma- phase of operations last week as important in qualifying worried about.

rine Corps for assisting in the with two VF-174 "Hell Razors" a pilot for instrument fly Louis Poulos, YNSN, left the t
rescue of a child from a burning becoming initial instrument pi- ing is IFTU's ground training ranks of VP-3's eligible bachelorsto

house last December lot-trainees. program. become a brown bagger. Low- 3 '. .,
.
The Letter of Commendation Lt. Kenneth E. Narance and S ellville, Ohio was the setting of

Was presented this week by Lt. Dayo D. Prindle began the THE SYLLABUS begins withfive the August 22 wedding and the
Musgrove's commanding officer, lectures on basic radio instruments
new curriculum by receiving one couple are presently enjoying a
Lt. Col. Charles M. Kunz, Ma- week of ground training prior to and navigational aids Niagara Falls honeymoon.
rine Air Reserve Training De- making the school's first Instru- followed by Civil Aeronautics Lt. John Luchow recently doffed

tachment.AT ment flight. regulations, rules of flights gov his two silver bars for the gold
TilE time of the! rescue, erned by the United States, and oak leaf of Lieutenant Commander. t
Twenty -
classroom
Musgrove and T/Sgt. Joe L. seven lectures Navy regulations for instrument p
and 17 "blind"
Smith, then both recruiters for flights are flying. Scuttlebutt
now provided in the five weeksof among VP-3 personnel
the Marine Air Reserve During the "hooded" .
were instrument which or "blind" has it that the squadron will :
training includes
driving down Blandlng Boulevard flights a canvas hood closes out depart Jacksonville
during the
a 1,200 nautical mile
when they saw smoke all visibility from the moment
flight at zero visibility a next few months for a colder cli- ,
coming from a house. student takes-off until the mate. N >
UPON arriving there, they STILE ground control approach is made *

saw- Mrs. Billie Winn, 4223 FLIGHT schedule for and the instructor makes the Fasron 109 Fi.

Blanding Boulevard, running into each student. includes eight basic landing. Flights are currently( Through the special efforts of :h.a ,
the yard screaming "My ba instrument navigation training made in the Navy's tandem TV- Comdr. Grover Gilmore, commandIng -
by's inside!" The two Marines flights, two flights utilizing automatic 2 trainer Jet. officer, and Harry A. Schneider !-

parked their vehicle, and after radio direction, three The local instrument training ATC, Fasron 109 played host
receiving instructions on the manual direction finding flights, unit was developed by Fasron I to six officers, 20 NCOs and 12
location of the baby, Musgrove and.one flight in which seven Six and is under supervision of
mashed a window glass of a ground controlled approachesare Lcdr Haskell E. Tull. Win Promotions
bedroom and lifted Smith into made, five of which are under Present instructors are Lt s. : Two NAS officers were advised r < ;

the smoke-filled room. the hood. Francis X. Sullivan, Robert W. this week of promotions. Lcdr, >3c rM Y eS r AfPS UP P o1p

Smith found the baby and A.round robin non-stop all-in Schroeder, George L. Muirhead, Karl Imholte, NAS Communica-
handed it to Musgrove who was strument flight passing over six Jr., Elmer L. Herndon, Dan Con- atlons officer and Lcdr. Eugene day SCREEN former BOUND-Mara model and cover Cor-

waiting outside the window, check points within a radius of roy, Jack C. Coggins, and Lt. Cate, O&R Engineering officer, girl displays some of the formthat
completing the J'escue1tbotlt 300 miles is required *of all 1 (jg's) Louis H. Simmons and were selected for the rank of Com has just won her a long)
mishap. trainees M final preparation for William Fowler .mander. term film contract in Holly
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$41k&a last meeting of the Navy

Wives Club No. 86 was attendedby

38 members and several

A1gj ;3b guests and prospective members

All final preparations were

made for the sendoff of three

k delegates to the National Convention

of the Navy Wives of

America, which will be held at

San Diego, Calif., Oct. 12-10.

I It was decided that the convention

votes for Club 86 will be

& cast by the vice president, Mrs.

a Richard Bamberger, since the

president, Mrs. Vernon Saultz, is
tIlt!!.!" I -. "'1>'11- -U--- a candidate for a national office

-FINEST EQUIPMENT-Two delivery rooms In the Dependents LIFE SAVING MACHINE-The nursery Is equipped with the Did For 54 Meet
Section of the Naval Hospital here have the latest and best equip' latest devices for care of the new born, including three Isolettes, Important of
ment obtainable. Comdr. Charles Gilliland (left), chief- of depen a new type incubator which duplicates almost exactly the envi changes legisla-
ronment from which the baby came. Regulated by dials which tion and by-laws were voted on
dent service, tests the anesthesis machine; Lt. (01') Margaret Barrow control heat and humidity, the Isolette houses the baby (as seen and Mrs. Bamberger was instructed
(center) checks surgical instruments and Marian Pickling, above) Inside a transparent plastic compartment visible from to vote accordingly. The club
rivilan nurse, drapes a heated apparatus, used as a receptacle for anywhere in the room. All tare is given through plastic iris ports
the newborn baby. Statistics show that obstetrical: care given dependents that twist open and shut, and the baby Is not removed until Its also voted to submit a bid to be
and their newly born at this hospital is on par with the natural equipment for living Is fully developed. In the past 12 hostess club to the 1954 National
finest hospitals in the country. I months, 1,843 babies have been born at the Naval Hospital. Convention. Mrs. June Hooveris

190 New Babies In August the third delegate.

r-T-L-- All financial and activity reports

were given. Of special interest

Over 100,000 Service Dependents was the announcement by
club chaplain, Mrs. Linda Dron-

son, that a party will be given
,.t for the club's adopted Ward B-5

Given Medical Care During 1952It's w.. on October 6th. These parties

have always been a great success -
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round-the-clock duty and we hope that all patientswill
for the busy staff of the Dependents only at 1300 in Ward A-5, or for the eyes, nose or throat. ri enjoy themselves thorough
Jt
the Wart and Mole Clinic in Ward ;
Section of the U. S. The Dependents Section also ly.
B-1 on from 1000 to
Thursdays
Naval Hospital here. 1200 f has two air-conditioned delivery Visit Cecil FieldA

During 1952 some 100,000 dependents SREGL'L1it rooms, an operating room and a committee was appointed to
called at the OutpatientsClinic nursery equipped with the finest visit the Cecil Field Navy Wives

located in Ward A-l of the : CLINICS are also I and latest devices for the care of Club and assist their members in

Main Hospital Building, for care operated by the various specialty the newborn, Including three Iso- establishing a small nursery.The

and consultation, and an addi departments of the Hospital, Including lettes, an airlock and seven Incu- .. -- girls at Cecil Field have made

tional 9,337 received emergency surgery, adult orthopedic, bators. MORNING CHECK-Lt. J. remarkable progress since their
treatment after regular clinical urology and dermatology. Appointments SAN I I Kenneth Harris, one of the Na- first meeting just a short while

hours. must be made for AVERAGE of 70 depend- val Hospital pediatricians, assisted -
I by Lt. (jg) Betty Ruth ago.A
these clinics. ents hospital beds at all letter by Captain Burnham
Medical care for the serviceman occupy Chrimes, examines babies In
is the primary function of I, If hospitalization Is prescribed, times, and there are generally the n u r I e r 7. All newborn McCaffree was read, in which he

the Hospital, but every effort has medical and general surgical adult about 20 newborn babies in the babes receive this routine appointed Comdr. Edward Ironsas

been, made to satisfactorily treat dependents are cared for In Ward I nursery.Medical. ** can check see each babies morning at the nursery Visitors liaison officer between the

the 45,000 dependents of Navy, A-10 of the main building. care in provided by a window at 1530 and 1945 dally. nursery and the commanding officer -

Marine, Air Force and Army per- A separate 'building, located competent staff during regular of NAS. It was also announced

sonnel in this area who are eligible south of the main Hospital build- working hours, and a medical officer may be needed. that Captain Martell

for care. Others come fromas Ing, and known as the Dependents of the day, an assistant medical The Defense Department requires Twitchell, Senior station chap-

far as peninsular Florida and Section, houses Ward E-l for obstetrical officer of the day, an ob that a minimum charge of lain, has accepted an invitationto

southern Georgia. patients, E-2 for pedi stetrician, a surgeon and two in $1.75 per day be met by the serv- act as liaison officer betweenthe

atric patients, and E-3 for gyn- ternes are always on duty after iceman or his dependent, and be Jacksonville Navy Wives

OBSTETRICAL, gynecological, ecological patients and pediatric regularly scheduled hours to pro- deposited with the collecting ag Club 86 and the commanding of-

medical and pediatric patients are patients requiring treatment for vide such emergency treatment as ent at the Hospital upon admis- ficer.

, seen in Ward A ..1. Although sion.For There will be no further meet-
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these consultations are by appoint.. : t :' this charge, dependents receive ings until Wednesday, Nov. 4.
4 their meals comfortable
a
ment only, it is sometimes unavoidably (10 the obstetricians and
bye pediatricians -
hospital room, nursing care, medications
for depend.
necessary on the care of themselves'
ents to wait to see their physicians laboratory and x-ray ex- and the before) leave
baby they
aminations' operating room facilities -
and recently the waitingl'ooms the
anesthetic and medical hospital.
care.
have been enlarged everyone
so
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Other to
t agencies cooperate assist
can have a comfortable ( need
who
dependent patients
s OBSTETRICAL pat 1 e n t s are
chair. asked to furnish articles aid The Red Cross acts as a
personal ,
and
A sponsored
nursery liaison to keep men overseas, oa'at
and two boxes of
a layette, large
staffed by the Navy Wives Club, stations Informedon
The other duty ,
disposable diapers.
adjoins the waiting rooms, and nursery
the condition of their families.
has free service
diaper providedby
small
mothers can leave their
The Relief makes
the Navy Society
Navy.Expectant
children there while they receive
funds available on a loan basisto
mothers, fathers and
treatment., those who need financial help
Inoculations and therapeutic Injections s other Interested relatives are requested *
F to attend Prenatal Lec-
are given on Wednesdayand
itOUCIIDependents NAVY RELIEF Nurse Servicesare
1230 tures given by the Department of
Friday afternoons, from available
to 1400. Appointments are not _-------- _____n_______ ____________ ________. .__._ Obstetrics and the Department of Corp families to only.Navy House and Marine calls

necessary. Neither do patients are.eligible for therapeutic Injections and Pediatrics one Saturday morning are made, within the city limits of
need to make ,appointments for Innoculations at the Out Patients Clinic, given each Wednesdayand each month in the Hospital audi
Jacksonville
and -
1230 to liOO. The adjoiningresi
Friday afternoon from procedure seems torium.
orthopedic consultations for children fascinating to Dan Adams, son of B. L. Adams, ADC, but routineto dential sections such as Dewey
which are held Mondays Mrs. Adams (right) and Jackie Stubbs, UN. Mothers are also given lectures Park, to advise on the care of new

babies and to give treatment to

patients with communicable diseases -

Hospital Asks Dependents' Cooperation To Reduce Emergency Calls Domestic. and child i guidance .

problems are referred to the hoe

Dependents can make ap. for treatment, and personnel 0830 to 2200 on Sundays and 1,200 patients applied for emer-
pointments for consultation and should.be certain that their de.. holidays. Night I emergencies gency treatment between the pital Social Service Department.
Capt. Edward S. Lowe Is Commanding
treatment at the Outpatients pendents have such identifica. will be seen by the OOD after hours of 080d to 1630, and 898
officer of the U. S. Naval
Clinic by calling tho Naval tion at all time 2200 in the Hospital Adminis. between the hours of 1630 and
Hospital. Comdr. Charles II.
Hospital switchboard, 561, and Monday through Friday the tration building. 0800 the following morning. In
Gilliland Is Chief I of Dependent
asking for extensions 41, 42 or Clinic i I Is open from 0800 to EMERGENCY service, while most instances no true emer.
Service. Other staff members of
43. For the convenience of 1530; and on Saturday from providing immediate aid to the gency existed and the workload the Dependents' Section are: Lcdr.
those people living off the base, 0830 to 1130. Sunday and holi of all hospital personnel was
individual Is no substitute for Robert F. Meeko, Lt; Jack VV.
direct lines have been Installed days, the Clinic Is closed. naturally increased by these
treatment given during regular out-of-hour Thompson, Lt. Herbert Rifkin, Lt
in an effort to improve service requirements. Accordingly -
In the event of emergency, clinical I hours as 1 laboratory, x- John M. Sadler, Lt. John F. Test,
it Is
Those numbers are 2-7755: and hoped by hospital -
2-7756. dependents will be seen at the ray, pharmacy and consultations officials that these figures Lt. J. Kenneth Harris and Lt.

Clinic from 1600 to 2200 Mon. with specialists will not be Jenaro C. Scarano.
TO FACILITATE their care, can substantially reduced
dependents must bring proper day through Friday, from 1130 be available. and regular clinic hours Physicians from other departments

Identification when they apply to 2200 on Saturday, and from During the month of August, and facilities used. of the hospital are also
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TIMEOUT FOOTBALL SPECIALFOR 'Football Special'

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WEEK OF OCT S Prizes To Todd,

Army..........................................? vs. _.............._....Northwestern

Dartmouth...._NM....._.__. VII. ..._...._..._.........._....Na vy Fields Nelson

Penn Stat....wM..___........_N. VI. ........__............ .Pennsylvania e

I Oklahonta.........._...._...._ __ vs, ................._..............PlttsbuighStanford. Aside from five ties, whkh h4

v I .....-.._-w..........,....._. VI. ..MN...__._......_......IUinoi.I .
John Charvat even the most learned prognosUeators
By I Indiana...........:.-...._....._.....?... vi. ...........MN...._.So. CaliforniaN

ebruka.._....._.........;..w..:.M.. vs ...N............M..........Kansas State ducking for shelter, Wik>

'Exclusive! Jacksonville will Tulane........_..._...._.......... .. ..........._................Michigan Him Todd, assigned to Electronicsof

have its initial taste of big Michigan State..._.............._..... vs. :.._.._..........._.Mlnnesota the Communications Department *

time basketball as Gibbs Notre Dame.M.MMNw_....;............ vs. ............................._.......Purdue had all the right guesses for

Corporation, it was learned, Ohio Stat-...._...................... vs. ...................................California the first weekly Football Special. I

Texas Tech.._.........._......_.. vs ;............._..Oklahoma A. & M.Tulsa. .
will field an independent entry I ........_:.____...._......._ vs. .....>............College of Pacific Boston College and Clemson

in AAU' ranks for the Alabama..........._..._.................. VI. .......................N....M..Vanderbilt Alabama and LSU, Texas AAM; :

1953-51 dribble season. Duke.._....__N......._-.......M 'vs. .. ........_;I..>.............._Tennessee and Houston, Illinois and Nebraska

.--.- -_.-- Fl oridL..A..........., _.;_........... ... .. and Florida and Georgia Tech
Genial Johnny Gellen former St. t ; > > vs. .. ... .......................Ken tuc ky
Johns wizzard and last year coachat "BLOSSOM" CHAMP-:Omitted S.M.U.w..NM..?................?.?. vs ..............................Georgia Tech battled on even terms last weekto

Jacksonville Junior College, will In last week's report of the Baylor ........................................... vs. .........................................Miami stump all 110 entries in the
Orange Blossom Trail Motor Jax Air NewV> popular grid fea
be at the helm as the Shipperstear cycle races was Gordon PREDICT THE SCORE OF THIS GAME ture.
into a 28-game schedule 'ere Schott's feat of three victories
In Individual divisions Schott, Five Tie For Second
the National AAU Tournament. of NARTU, was high point man Nebraska....................................... vs. .............................Kansas State Locked in second place with six
In the 200-mile .
road run and o
incorrect
selections
William
: were
Sports fan at the Naval Air
the Jax:: M. C. Club Trophy
Station remember Johnny and The third trophy came in the Fields, HN, Mosquito Control;,

hU work with Professional Jack 40-cubic inch class.Basketball. Name ......................................................,.... Rate/Rank ........................ Jack Nelson, PN3, SIO; Robert
Ilaney at the Golf Course. (First) (Last) Verlanlo Navy Exchange; R H.

GtAltn Is a "go get 'em" gentleman Drills Wright, SN, Navy Exchange, and

with first cabin Idea and Unit Assigned To ............................................ Phone-........"............... Lee Carpenter, AMCAP), Fae-
the determination and savvy toa81Jure Open Today ForJax e o e TuLant. .

accomplishment.By RULES: Using the tie breaker of Oklahoma .

telephone, Tuesday he told vs. Notre Dame, which resulted -
Marines 1. T. eakrhr ronttot 'oa simply indlcat, .'.IC'I' of
each
> in 28.21 !
yoar a victory for the
this department, "Gibbs has given '1..... .. ..
by pUHic (XI) or eirrlo the tram ,.. fleet to win. If yon
ui the green light for a full sea With football just starting to predict play t* a a tie tie score.gimp, place a (T> after tho.namea of teems yo. think will. Irish, Fields was adjudged second

son of operation with complete fill the autumn air, leather of another 2. All names are to be predicted .. an .". baata. Tin roast an place with a 27.20 prediction and
backing. I'm sure it's a move in kind resounded today in the losses unless predicted. Nelson third place with 2719.
S. Im the spate provided, Indicate the score of the game picked M m
the right direction to elevate the NATTCenter Auditorium as C. C. tiebreaker. .. rate of a tie the person with the most nearly correct Reveal Pickup Points
City of Jacksonville on the basketball Dawson, head coach of the new score will win the retest. Pick-up points for ballots have
4. Entry blanks i.c.ra))letdy filled ont will Mot be coanidered. been conveniently located for the
map. Jax Marines varsity basketball Contentant mint make
all the aeleetioaa plu Indicating the score o( the
Lou Ritter, chairman of the City squad, issued his first call tor ooo tiebreaker to bo elif Ible. remainder of the season. Theyare
A. !. the event a came la postponed. or re-achednled for any reason Jax Air News office
Council will handle publicity for Building
hoop prospects.
It I. automatically exrlnded from the coateat final ratl.,..
the Shippers. Geilen and Rex Composed of Marines from I. Katry blanks no it bit submitted not later than 1TM Friday U 030, NATTCenter Navy Exchange
the Jn Air News Office U the Special! Hervlrea' Halldior., 939: to .
Dorman, personnel at MAD or a yof Fasron Six Ships Service, Hospital
manager and MARTU and from Ma- the eoHvcnlent. pickup pouts throughout the atatlon.
Gibbs comprise the Board of Di. rine Barracks, Mainside, the team 7. All military aid elvllia personnel, with, the eicfptioa of peraonnel Navy Exchange and O&R.
of the Jax Air News, are cllglMo to eater the eo.t..d.I. .
rectors with Hitter.
along will inaugurate a 24-game schedule Collections will be made from
Only eat entry to rack person will be allowed.
To date, Gibbs has contacted against Jacksonville Junior t. WI..,,. will, be announced la the Jax Air New the Thursday each station on Fridays at 1530.
numerous local luminaries, all with College on Nov. 24.Practice'sessions following the tSttordajrs on which the game i* played. Late entries via Yard Mail will

glittering college or semi-pro background will be held PRIZES not be accepted Monday mOI'nIngs. -

who have indicated a desire each weekday at 1600, with Tom Frltea ..taU.. $10 I. merchandise. chit will, be awarded the t.p .
to play ball. Long, member of the 1952.53 Jax three ,.'rlt11.... place la $3, second place 1. $3, and third plate. ft. .

Navy junior varsity assisting
Jar Navy's Bob Grabas figures Bad Weather
Coach Dawson.
prominently In the plans. The schedule thus far: Close Race Seen As 1M
The Syracuse Shotgun led the
Nov. 24-Jax Jr. College (T). Slaps Center
Fliers to a :%-8 record last season
Dec. 4-MCSD, Albany, Ga.
averaging !O.S points per (T). Bowling Starts At NAS
Touch
game too. Hell be around this year, Dec. 5-Turner AFB (T). LoopHeavy

Dec. 11-Fla. State (T).
Also in Gibbs livery will be Donny Dec. 15-Ft. Jackson (H). VC-62 No. 1 and VP-18 got off to a running start in the weather washed out alt

Forman, all-American at NYU, Jan. 6-Moody AFB (II). initial week of NAS intramural bowling action on the Main- but five games of the NATTCenter
Curt Cunkle, Nellie Vinal and side alleys both two shutout victories.
Jan. 9-Parris Island (T). as squadrons gained Intramural Touch Football
Hans Taenzler, Florida University In a thriller, Tuesday night, the'
Jan 16-Moody AFB (T). 62 No. 2, 2172-2053, and VF-11 League schedule last week.
grads, and Jacksonville Junior Feb. 6-R. Jackson (T). Composite Squadron tripped preseason over Operations by virtue of a for. Aviation Ordnance defeated
College headliners Lenny Cohen Navy -
favored Fasron Six, witha '
20-Parris
Feb. Island H
( ), felt
and Frank B.arker. record pinfall advantage of 2463- Aviation Electricians 1-0;,
Feb. 26-MCSD, Albany, Ga. STANDINGS
"With Barker and Cohen under 2208. Its second shutout came the Marine 35 defeated Marines 36,
the boards no one in this area (H). (Through Friday, Sept. IS 15-0; Marine Air defeated Marine
night Preventive
following over
Feb. 27 Turner AFB H Team .
( ). W. L.VCtt
will be able to touch us," commented -. Medicine, 2165lflO.VP18 : N. 1 ... 5 1 34, 6-0; Marine 33 defeated Special
enthused Coach Gellen."We'll : vr-is ... .s... g 1 Service, 2-0, and Aviation
shellacked VJ-2 and VC62' FAVT-U ...7 I
be a good scoring ball club STRIKES No. 2 team. The Patrolmenwere I .::::::::::::::::::::::: : IvgiTai S Storekeepers 150. defeated Marine 32,

with Grabaz and Forman in there, led by Carl Edole's whopping Hospital Of........u.......... 4 1rasro.
I believe will be able to takeon SPARES IM .................... 4 4ra.r. leaders
one 566 and 558 series. .. 8U: .................... 4 / Scoring through the first
all comers" he added.If VF-11 ............... ... ..... 4 4 week were Merle Bryner, Mar. 35,
SPLITSBowling Dumond Rolls 20$ VF-U ................ ........ IPrey.
supported It will be a big Me4CuaFaJr" ...... ...... ........, I nine points, and Ivan Gennett,
boom in reminding national sports has arrived on the NAS A point behind in league stand. Jax .....;;.........., I I Mar. 35, Art Sward, MAD, Earl

followers that there's something In ports front once again, and withit Ings is formidable FAW-11, which Operatiat..:...:::::::::::::::..u....: 1 Ivas i Luttrell, AK, and Bill Walters,
dropped a singleton to VP-16 aft Personnel. ..................., 1
Florida besides the Gators. 'Nough comes the 200 Club, member. 1 VC-U No. t ................... 1 i AK, six points each.
laid. ship'in which is limited to person er blanking Fasron 10940. The

nel of Intramural teams who Air Wingers were helped in the

Britta Rfinhardt, Jax Navy's breach the coveted 200 mark in first match by Don Bowden's 488, .

feminine aquatic sensation, was league pJay.Another while M. L. Kessinger's 495 series,

honored last week at the Jack feature of the season padded the second win. .

onvllle City Recreation Depart will be the top' ten Individual averages After an opening night shutout,

ment's annual banquet as one of to be posted weekly in the Supply was tripped by VF-174, 3.1, 1
the outstanding mermaids In the I Jax Air News. in the week's closest match. The

southeastern area. Supply's Neel Dumond hit the Squadronites picked up the third l-iL-
The pert NATTCenter Wave has magic number twice last week point by virtue of a roll-off after

done herself right well since arrive with a 202 and 233. Additional both teams finished with an identical 6..

ing here this year. Continued sue charter members for the first pinfall of 2172.

cess will come as no surprise. week of play are Dan Olejnik, VC. The Hell Razors who split an

62 No. 1, 108; BZronislaw Kowal- earlier setto with Operations were k

Dual Meets ForWeightLifters ewski, VC-62 No.1, 200; P. N: paced by Nick Morelle's 482. For .
Jula, Hospital, 206; Carl Edole, the second straight match, Sup c

VP,18, 200, Vic Cieplinskl, Fasron ply's Noel Dumond< hit the Select

Six, 200, and Gene Clifford, Fas Circle by virtue of a 202.
Coach "Fran" Franzlau announced -
109 200.
ron Shutout
this week that two TOP TEN AVERAGES Many
been In other matches last week,
matches have
weight-lifting
Name Ualt Av1lummend.
tentatively scheduled at NATT Supply .....?."IM Fasron Six toppled 2359::; pins
1".141, VP.tl Of............ 1 151JulsIfo.pltal 2018 for ComFalr Jax to
.Center. .. ......... S 18' against
('Iepiiaeki 1 Esc. Sit .5 17tA.wskwaki. .
four
The events include meets a.L&keshore Vflif ..:::::: a 151ltertela. cop points.Fourpoint
"
Oct. 18, against the ... Vr-l1 ......... 1 111r"&er wins here also NOW YOU SEE 'EM. NOW YOU DON'T-That's usually the
Fu lea ....,..... 4 151Milb when Vie Clepllnski .
case ace Fasron Six bowler, takes to the alleys
en-I I
Lakeshore Barbell Club, and with VF-II ... Of......... joyed by Fasron 109 over In Mainside Intramural
lltt.rd Fu. HIt ......... 5 Ie! competition. Vic is one of the main-
{. nel 2171-1888 Hospital
Beach here Oct. J over
Daytona stays of Fasron Six's formidable
, II.U."a", ,'C-6 ..........1 113 entry.
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1 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven
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Unheralded Personnel Six! Show AFB Tests FliersOn




I Dumps Reserves, 12-6 I 1] Gridiron SOlurdoyTwo



Eddie Burgoyne's 80-yard I tired in the early weeks of intensive "class room" drills will be put to
stages of
touchdown gallop and a disputedpass and never play the test Saturday as Jax Navy renews grid hostilities in an

play were the big guns of threat. Dill encounter with Shaw Air Force Base on Naval Air Station
Personnel's upset win over defending ""
turf at 1430.
the _
station touch football
I Willie 'Coaches Dick Maylander andEd "students" who have taken full ..
champion NARTU, 12.6, as the ,
one each McNeill are hopeful of returning -
] 953 intramural season was ; advantage of a two week layoff
ushered in at Mainside last week. I report cards with since ushering in the '53 cam-
I field straight "A's" for all the local paign with Fort Benning.

With less than 10 seconds remaining the I. __ ___ u.h_._ .
.h.h..u
in the first half.'Burgoyne The narrow 1% loss to
scored at Fort Benning didn't set right
tucked in an enemy aerial Y
t>n his own goal line and scooted ingly with the Fliers and they're

down the east line of Yorktownfield fense. anxious to make amends

to give' Personnel a 6.0 against the tight<< "T" operating -

margin at the intermission. Jax eleven from Sumter, S. C.,
-El- here Saturday. ,
Joe Faro threw a key block Jax
Navy Shaw AFB will, arrive by air
on the Reserves' 30-rard line Fort see plen-
at 1000 Saturday with an entourage -
tohelp Burgoyne go all the against
Field. of 55-p 1 aye r sand
way. Vie in coaches and will return immediately
At the four minute juncture of (' grid .
the second half, an alert NAR- First with Uni after the game.

TU halfback scooped up his own the Aerology gave its "blessing"to "

fumble and scampered 55-yards lined up the meeting, informing the
staged Air News early this week, "We're
behind good blocking for a
the Fliers' not planning on any rain for
marker. An end sweep for the
extra point went for naught. Sailors and Of Saturday."

combination of Fort Only two changes have been
The passing
made in the starting
lineup
Burgoyne to Len Shriver clickedfor
art.The which opened against Fort Ben-
35 yards and a touchdownwith
ning. Texan Currie Meyer (AGO
seven and one-half minutes trip to the days
School), lithe 230-pounder will
remaining to give Personnel the new Special of _._ ___,___ ,
ly n c. start at left tackle. At right end,
margin.
winning
special reach. TALL TACKLER-,When Jax replacing injured Al Yeargin,
Fumbles marred the game for Navy squares off against Shaw will be tough fibcred Junior

both squads as the muddy turf Fight AFB here Saturday, one of the Cassell (VJ-2)).
nemesis to Personnel's Next handler.'Y the high bulwarks of the Fliers' forward
proved a
Jim Arnold O&G) will hold
uled for to get in wall will be tackle Ray Brown.
and the already I
unheralded attack the meet The 2 3 0-p o un d Californian down the port-flank. 'Ron .
proven juggernaut of torium I played near 60-mlnute ball In Lawhead (ComFair Jax) and
NARTU.In the leather playing the season opener against 508th
Elmer Turner (AO School) are
Cove I for a dry RCT of Ft. Benning,
other games played last come if No. 1 choices' at the guard pos
week, VC-62 downed VF-11 Coach itions. Co-captain Everett
he would Chaff-Gray Meet
19-6, and Fasrpn Six soundly Crews (Cecil Field) has a lien
last week
Camp ,
trounced Fasron 109, 390.VC62's at center
scoring punch was too the ; flight the finals with Barrows For Opposite Meyer at, right tackle

much for the Red Rippers, who Marcus will be Ray Brown (VP-16)) who

pounds pounds;; Sharpe., Herb Two-Ball TitleThe saw debut.near 60-minute v action in the

Official Open Cage 117 pounds; of the winning team In the Veteran guard Lee Kelly (VC-

Workouts Oct. J 12 126 ; Rod championship flight of the Sta 62)), who has been sidelined since

Official practice for the Marines, ; it tion Mixed Two-Ball. Tournament mid-August with a knee injury,

1953-54 basketball season will den, ; will be decided Saturday could] conceivably return to action -

open Monday, Oct. 12, In the McIntosh, Charles afternoon when Lou Chaff and if needed. End Morris Wilson

Mainside gym, Building: 3. Louie Plew won Betty Gray take on the favored (AGO School) is a possible

All candidates should bringtheir pounds; by edging Andy duo of Lt. Bill and Mary Bar choice to spell Arnold at left

own equipment, shoes 161 pounds; Boucher rows. end

and practice togs, with them Marines, ; over Bill In second flight play last week, In the backfield, cocaptainJack

and report to Coach Frank ley, ; the team of Comdr James and Bishop (Fasron Six) or

McCaffrey at 1630. Moore, Leonard Agnes Armstrong nosed out Lcdr. Whitey Sarrett (AE School) are

Name Church Dick and Margaret Donahue, 2 both capable quarterbacks. Sar-
and 1 in a quarter final match. rct has come fast since the ter-
Ken Pulig-
VC-62 Dormant pounds; Pulignano Jack and Brum Tefft reachedthe mination of practice which may

151 pounds; Charles finals of the second flight send Bishop to halfback.

But Leads In rines, 160 earlier in the week by defeatingJim Linwood Gray (FurOR 109)
-
Spann, ( I is lagging and Ann Rentz, 2 ad 1, and>Joey Turman (AO School)
off They'll be opposed by the win. will open at left and right half

Volleyball RaceThe Assistant I while ner of the Armstrongs vs. Casey back, respectively. At fullback
Grignon, I Mike and Mrs. Maze match. will be Homer Brinson

old adage, "If you don't lan, Navy, I I The weekly Blind Bogey tour- VF-3)), a hard running Georgian -
play, you can't lose," was the key serving as who
see activity
ney was cancelled last week, due may some -
note of the opening week of the as wingman,
to the strong winds and rain. a
M a I Ins i Ide intramural volley r .J- I is
Pro Jack Harvey has announ- "Everything subject J to
ball league &a one-half of the change cautiously reminded
ced that the annual Fall Cup assistant
scheduled games resulted in for coach McNeil/ who
Tournament will get underway was
feits. : 0b for men Oct. 9. Naval personnelwith particularly pleased with the

VC-62 leads the circuit after a an eligible handicap may. showing made by his end candidates
week of play with a pair of wins participate. during the arduous prac-

which It didn't lift a finger to get. Players will be bracketed into tice sessions the past two weeks.

O&R and Operations obligingly ? flights according to handicaps. "The end picture has improvedwith )

forfeited : _ Example, all men with a handicap !- the play of Wilson and the

Fasrons Six, 109 Win '; of eight or under will be in appearance of W. S. Shlles (VP-
the "hon.f'sl" -
Recording victories the first flight, nine to 12. in the 3)," McNeill hinted, "and it helps
way were Fasron Six and second flight, etc. offset the loss of Yeargin who

Fasron 109. The Building 200 All prizes will be equal, one sustained a dislocated shoulder
athletes of VF-11, 35-4,
disposed going to the winner and runner- i in the 508th game"
35-11, while Fasron 409 also best. _
WJLL' up of each flight.There'll .
ed the "Red Rippers", 15-0, 151. be
as many flights as
Operations tripped \T-16, 35-0: the entries necessitate, with 16 .HOLD THE SHAVE,
35-1, but the Patrolmen evened CAMPY'S Up. NEXT
players per flight. Matches will
their weekly slate via a forfeit
from be played one per week on a Haircut and a TV-i leTlew of
OAR. match basis.
OAR Drops' Out play the World Series, all for fifty
!"
The Women's Division of the
FaeTuLant has replaced Personnel cents are available for service
*T"E CIIASE-Marlne TonYI Fall Cup begins competition Oct.
on the volleyball ''scheduleand i\. for men at the Naval Air Technical -
'tf ,' Marascio sweeps end a 12, with two flights, accordingto
matches slated last week between : ; sizable gain with Joe Spagana handicap. Training Center BarberShop
the newcomer and Faaron \ of ANP( ) Co. 34 in hot pur-
Six and 109 Will be played at a ,'. ,:,.,:t.f'f t.SJ1iIIi -.... '( suit.Action was from the open- There is an entry fee of $1 for .
::; of the NATTCenterln- both men and women, which will '
later date. : log tilt A television act hw been Installed -
a- .. ,' : tramural touch football season. go ,towards the purchase of tro-
In another last minute change, / 'J. Marine Aviation Detachment by manager Molly
OAR dropped from the league ,. ". /- won this one0.. Twelve Navy phies. Griffin for the benefit of pat- .
,
All matches with OAR will be ( ;"J and Marine teams are vyingfor All participants are urged to rons and barbers.
'. :
;r. laurels. enter now
recorded as forfeits ..

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4&ua Eight JAX AIR NEWS 1 OctobAl 105.1
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ammm 75 Students .



(Items offering for sale articles Accepted At

of property such as 'washing

machines, automobiles, furniture, t AGO SchoolWith

radios, clothing and the like are

prohibited by Defense Department the departure of the recent

regulations. T h..i-s column will, class ,of 144 students, Aviation

however, list such servicesas ____ Sl Ground Officer School re

,available housing, rides wanted ceived its first small class in'six

and lost and.found articles or oth months. Keep matches away from children!

er' similar notices.) The newest class of 75 student

officers differs from the three pre
FOR RENT
ceding only in number, however.
Furn. 2 rm. eff. apt., 3018 Thorn
A
review of ,student data cards
as St. Ph. 7.7672, Mrs. Taylor. showed all of the young officers, FIRE QUIZ

Furn. eff. cottage, 2 rms. $67.50 recent graduates of Naval Officer

n o., 4550 Crescent St. Ph. 8- Candidate School, Newport, R.: I., (Answers to Quiz, Page 3))

8927, Mrs Cunningham. to have college degrees from practically 1, 333.

Furn.: 3' rm. apt. Ph. 8.1760, Mrs. every -state in the union. 2. ,222

naUen'Une.1"urn. .
--- ..... .n.... .. .,....., ..C x! Several have already held Jobs f In 3 No.
f. j",
rm. in private home. Ph.
civilian
life.Them C02
4. (carbon dioide
8-5581, Mrs. Medlock. BUSS FROM 1\IOl\r-lIarold Looney receives a kiss from his ),
Furn. 2 bdrm. house, $50 mo, 1018 mother after being presented with the rank of Star Scout at the off Icy students, Mho dry powder, carbon tetrachloride -
Rannle Troop 131 Court of Honor last week at NATTCenter gym It was will gene a tour of three years or chlorobromomethane..
Ave. Ph. 2.2879, Mr.
the first Honor Court held here. Warner Looney, (second from under their present contract, 5. Pull open small white
Debevoise. left) also received: a star. Dad Horace Looney ADC of
Fasron
Hill
receive their first door front
Indoctrination on of box

Six is at the left. depressred
Furn. 3 bdrm. house, 4355 Baltic .
to the Naval Aviation handle down hard and re
Ph. 9.4246 after 6:30 P.M.
: Mrs
Marsh. Awards Go To Scouts Of 131 establishment during their eight lease. Stand by box to direct
Troop weeks at AGO School. fire fighting units to fire.
Furn. 3 rm. apt., $45 ,mo., 2148

Unfurn.Rosselle 2,bdrm.Mrs. Emery.apt., Murray Hill, In 1 First! Honor Court :Held HereThe ,I to When either finished more advanced they will proceed schoolsof I 6.7., Two.Security One department.on nozzle and.

technical aviation fields one to turn on water.
directly
or
3134 Post. Ph. Ext. 365: or 8- first Honor Court for '
made by Comdr. Mann. Scout to fleet units. In either 8. No..
6287, Mrs Arnold.
Joy Scouts at the Naval Air
Robert-Owens received his case they will eventually hold 9. Yes. The fire division has
First very
Share home with lady, 3328 Phyllis Station was held last week for
Class award from Comdr Armstrong important positions in their individual portable mockups and will furnish
Ph. 8-1794, Mrs. Dinkins NAS Troop 131 at NATTCenter
.
i units. instructions to activity
any
Unfurn 2 bdrm. house, $70 mo., auditorium with station officialsand I f
S requesting them.
3018 Phyllis. Ph. 8.1295, Mrs.. parents in attendance. I Registration for University of
Gladin. Chaplain Twitchell presentedfour Florida Extension courses offeredat 10. Men, women and chil

Furn. 2 bdim. house., Ph. 88.7391, dipt. Burnham'' C. McCaffree, Merit Badges each to Harold the Naval Air Technical Train dren.'He.IIRazor'.

MID. Somerville. commanding officer of the Naval and Warner Looney, whoal. ing Center, Building 502, have

Furn. 4 Air Station delivered the so received Star Scout honors. closed in three classesMathematics -
rm. apt., $85 mo., 1808 principal address

Bayard Place. Ph. 2-9342, Mrs. benefits of the Scouting, emphasizing organization. -, :Signifying the renewed youth English and Psychology, Pilot

Bramlett, 1718 Margaret St. and, vigor of Troop 131, candidate However, registration is still :

Ftirn. 3 rm. cottage, $33 mo., AirBase Scout Frank Alters received open for History and Personnel Makes First GCA

Trailer Pk. Ph. 2.5410, on behalf of the Troop, a Management.
Mrs. Schulz. Other members of the court blue ribbon award won by the? 4 Oceana
were Capt. Martell Twitchell, Dear Dad: Gue$$ what I need Landing
Furn. 2 rm. apt., $55 mo., 2051 scouts for first place at a recent
Forbes St. Ph. Ext. 473, Mr. senior NAS 'chaplain; Comdr; Scout-O-Rama event held at the mot of? That' right Send The first ground control approach -

Langtoe. James H. Armstrong, NAS executive Gator Bowl. it along. Bet wiJheS. Your Son, Jet landing at NAS Oce
officer Comdr. Richard Ru .
?$
Furn. 2 rm. apt., 852 St. Claire.Ph. ; Lcdr. Peter Culbertson, NAT ana, Va., was made by Ensign
Mann, Public Works officer, and Dear Russ: NOthing ever hap
8-3992 or 8-2917. Miss TCenter Special Services officer George A. Watson of Fighter
Lcdr. G. Weldon Gatlin NAS here. We kNOw
I pens like
,
you
Brcese. was chairman of the session. Ensign Squadron 174, of Jax, during a
nun 2 rm. apt., Five Points, 2051 chaplain. John Bell is scoutmaster of your station., Write aNOther let recent cross-country hop.
Foibes Following the traditional can ter. Jim was asking about you
Mrs. Ward. Troop 131. Ensign Watson discovered that
FOR SALE dlelight ceremony Tenderfoot at NOon. NOw we must say his radio direction finder went out

Equity In 2 bdrm. house, 5081 Co. Scout awards were made to goodbye. Aa ever, >Dad.Boehme. while
flying an F9F-6 Cougar
____
Tra Fac Scores In
lumbu.f Ave. Ph. Ext.. 8543: Mr. Jimmy Doman and David Johnson o-u around an occluded front at 42,000

Offley. accompanied by their i feet.
Center Net Loague 4k _
Turn 3 rm. cottage. Ph. 2. UO, mothers. Second Class Scout Using hU
auxiliary homer he
Mrs. Schulz. ranks to Leroy Field, Tony Training Facilities zoomed Into
made a Jet
1951 30 ft. Spartan house trailer. Schoder and Bill Stamper, were an early lead in the NATTCenter j Oceana until penetration GCA picked on him NAS up

Ph. Ext. 777, Mr. Allen Intramural Volleyball League by on scanning radar
Synchronized Aquatic virtue of decisions gained from ; .J' : ;
Although Oceana's
MISCELLANEOUSRiders
precision radar
Special Services, 15-8, 15.13, and --
wanted from Starke, Fla., Club Slates Tryouts Aviation Ordnance, 15-5, 157. was out of order, GCA ope-

0700 to 1600. Ph. Ext. 674, Mrs. Additional results last week : rators directed the Fleet Air Jack-
Johnson. Formation of a synchronizedgirls sonville pilot to a point 200 feet

Riders wanted to-San .Diego or swimming club will begin were as follows: over the center of the duty runway -
Saturday at the NATTCenter Indoor Aviation Ordnance defeated 4w .
Coronado Calif.
on or about
'ool, Building 614, with the Guides, 14-16, 15.7, 15-8; Aviation
"I looked
Oct. 10. Call or write Mrs Nell down and saw-a high
Jacksonville Electricians defeated Marine Air,
Red Cross and theCenter's
Mlze, 137 E. Rich Ave., Deland :. powered landing light through a
15-0 15-3 Guides defeated Marine
Special Services office ;
Fla. Ph. 58-W -' hole in the soup," commented the
the Air, 150150; Aviation Electricians
Riders wanted to Tulsa, Okla., or sponsoring group. VF-174 pilot, then "dove throughit
Tryouts will be held from 0730 defeated Special Services,
route and made low
along over Christmas a visibility ap
8184 to 1000, Lcdr. P. I. Culbertson, 15-0, 15-6. proach."
holidays. Ph. Ext. : or 216.
NATTCenter i .
Services
Ride wanted to New York or New Officer announced.Special "What's the matter, Mary?" .. _u........ ._'-.m..mw.w.._ This was Ensign Watson's first
England over Christmas holidays GCA Jet landing, his first GCA
IT'S GCA Ensign
"I've got rheumatism in my George
share expenses. Ph. Ext. Seen on the bulletin board of a muscles." Watson of VF-174 listens intently landing without precision radar
.. 8184 or 216, Robbie. as Bill Watkins AT3 and radio direction finder equip
naval Installation: "All requests "You ought to visit a masseur" Fleet Air Jax controlapproach
Lost: Wallet with liberty and ID ground ment and it was the first GCA Jet
"
for leave on account of sudden UN "What's that! operator explainsthe
card and viciftity landing directed at NAS Oceana.
important papers, ness, weddings, funerals, etc., "A"man who. pinches you allover function of the GCA ma.
of Enlisted chine. Watson Ensign Watson's final
parking area Ensign recently com
be
must handed in the day before .
near Chow Hall, If found contact made the first GCA jet landing ment: "Too many firsts!"
the game. "Oh, you mean Marine. at NAS Oceana, Ya.
.
Robert L. Bruce, Ph. Ext
8375. "Mandy, do you know anythingof

Lost: Toy Bulldog, male, black I Layton Woodcock Allsup Are Honor Men I my wife's whereabouts?"
with white feet and white chest, "Well, ah ain't sho, but I believes -

answers to name of Screwball. Marine 1 students dominated he 'is TAD from El Toro, and:'is pus Christi in 1943. Before reporting I put 'em in de wash."

$50 reward for information leading graduating classes at NATTCen now returning there for further here for school he was in the eight-week course.

to recovery. Ph. 2-2124: or ter schools last week, with three duty. attached to VMR-152, Air FMF- Lee R. Allsup, AOAN, was the

6-9490, Mrs: Bassett, 4842 Head- awarded honor ,man certificates, Finishing 19-week AEA) Pac. He will now enter AEB)

.. .. ... honor studentin
ley Terrace. along with one white hat. -- scnooi- wltn--- school at the Training Cente.

Lost: Two black,,cocker spaniels,, Pf c. Robert the best mark .In transfer'at AT school, Memphis last week'sAviation

6 mo. old 'one wearing red harness Ordnance :
A. Boehme .
: of Marinen after leading
in vicinity of Child Street any ('A )
from Sag h e,
If found contact, Chief W, F, Idaho finished the last 20 130 Marine /Mi. School. Allsup,

Coinclins, Ph. Ext. 369, 1417 A months was W :.. .
with the top and Navy personnel who joined the

Will Child baby St.sit day or evening, 1775_ average in the Sgt. Billie Tl. in AN Navy in July,
first of whose .
Layton .
group : .
Hamilton Ph.: 8-5956, Mrs Ad enlisted Marines 91.47 topped a (P) .school in 'P': .1953.,. took. his
---
die. Doot training at
to com- class of 30 stu- class 43.31 was
Allsup
Will baby a1t, Ph 2-8440, Mary A AI\. --, :-- : dents. Pfc. Alvin D.' ,'" ". San Diego.
pJe'1e' Layton
... A graduate from Morton High
school. His 83 A graduate of "':-'"
Boehme CommunityHigh Woodcock from
Woodcock;
School, Morton, Texas, his home"is
"p Baker.PREVENTO was highest in the combined Ma School in Gorham, Ill, Layton Sappington, 'Mo.. A ,graduate of in Lincoln, Arkansas. He ha*

it rine-Navy class. A former 'Eastern enlisted in June, 1942, and of Kirkwood (Mo.) High School, been assigned to Patrol Squadron

Washington College student, completed flight training at Cor- he earned a 91.39 final average 22 for duty; -



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