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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 15, 1953
Frequency: weekly
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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I IUT rLII t .. -. .7\.. '{ P N' Proceeds From .Navy Charity Carnival j



: : Record $44,000 to I i !j





United Fund Drive


A record load of $14,000 was flown by a Navy jet straightinto
the Jacksonville United Fund campaign headquarters in
the George Washington Hotel during the "Navy Day" lunch

eon held Monday. .

The sum, allocated to the to Dan Anderson, chairman of

..,. ,... Fund from the total receipts the Jax campaign.
:;:: ;" '-_ ;t '\ .J. ",'. ..;11"1 EiiJ&."\.'J ,II 1l;,.Ll_ .. raised by the 1953 Navy Charity .

PLANE LOAD OF CASH-This model Cougar Jet filled with a surprise package, was flown Carnival I 1, was dramatically AS TilE MODEL Cougar j jet
straight into the Jax United Fund Campaign headquarters during: the "Navy Day" luncheon Monday. counted out m $1,000 billS; by sailed down a wire extendingfrom
Intercepted by Capt. Burnham C. McCaifree, NAS commanding officer, the plane carried a load of Capt. Burnham C. McCaf free,
$14,000, In $1,000 bills, as the Navy's contribution to the chest drive. The money was derived from commanding officer of the Na- the balcony to the platform
the proceeds of the 1953 Navy Charity Carnival. Left to right are Lt. Col. Paul Treitel, general cal Air Station and president of swooping over the heads of about ..
chairman of the 1953 Carnival; Captain McCaffree; Dan Anderson, campaign chairman of United ;
Fund drive, and Capt. Leonidas Coates, newly-appointed chairman for the 1951 Carnival. the Carnival, who turned it over 300 United Fund campaign workers

Capt. McCaffree made hu

Naval Air Station i mourous reference to the frequent

I complaints from citizens

13th who are disturbed by the ''noiseof
Observing H
J11X s' regular size aircraft. "1 hope

Birthday TodayWithout this Cougar model will always

.. -. remain in your minds", he said
fanfare or special .ccn: : "as a symbol that Jax Navy can

ceremony, the Naval Air sta- VOL-11 No. 27 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Flo. 15 Oct. 1953 carry other than bombs and an
tion today marks its thir- noyance".

teenth year of continuous : ', ..S.- -- The contribution was $12,500

progress. i Weather Unit 8Ai more than that donated by the
From a training activity to a _
major fleet aviation operating Navy a year ago. It was the largest -

base-that's the stride taken by Cited For single donation ever received
the Station since it was formally in a Chest drive in Jax.

commissioned on October 15, 'Cane Efforts The only other beneficiary this
1940. year will be the Navy Relief So

DURING World War II days ; Congratulations and a well ciety which has been allocated

when it was a training base, 11- done" for "efficient. tracking and $15,000, an increase of $5,000

000 Naval aviators were trained timely issuance of advisories dur over last year.
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here, as well as 10,000 air crew- ing recent Hurricane Florence," .
men. FORTY-ONE charitable and ;
have been forwarded to VJ-2 in ,.
It has been the headquartersof character-building organizations {
the Naval Air Operational a commendation from Rear Adm. t t. C: will benefit from the United t

Training Command (later changed John P. Whitney, Chief of Naval a a Fund campaign.

to Advanced Training Com- Air Basic Training, NAS Pensa- Captain McCaffree, who paid
mand) and the Seventh Naval cola. tribute to Lt. Col. Paul Treitel,
District.An chairman of the 1953 Carnivalfor
During the crucial 42-hour period -
important step in the development his fine job, introduced the
of movement and intensification
of the Station came in ft ,. new chairman for the 1954 Carnival -
November 1948 when Fleet Air of the stony, the Hurricane "'>: J'\:: ). vL "n. Capt. Leonidas D. Coates, -

Jacksonville was established.IN Hunters furnished Fleet Weather WEATHER SQUADRON COMMENDED behalf of All Overhaul and Repair officer. He '1
JANUARY, 1951: .the huge Central! at Miami with accurate I Weather Squadron Two officers and men, Comdr. Lucas V. Dachs, also introduced chairmen of the
squadron skipper (left), proudly accepts a letter of commendationto
Naval Air Technical Training fixes on the storm' position. Reports the Hurricane Hunters from Adm. John P. Chief of various 1953 Carnival commit
Center was reactivated here, Naval Air Basic Training. Turning: over the commendation, received tees, including Comdr. James If.
were dispatched on the average -
after having been transferred to for outstanding efforts during recent Hurricane Florence, Armstrong, as chairman of the
Memphis in 1948. The Center, of every two hours. is Lcdr. Lloyd L. Delatour, executive officer of VJ-2. Carnival Board; Comdr. Harry

which Includes 5,000 students in Pilots aud crew members flew Harty, Gifts; Comdr. Richard L.

(Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 5)) six flights totaling more than 62 Fate Of Commissaries Mann, Construction; Comdr. Edward
air hours, during which the storm Bryant, Foods and Re-

was at no time unattended for % freshmcnts; Lcdr. Karl Imholte,.
Member Of HouseSubcommittee more than three hours. Fleet Commercial Booths; Lcdr. Rich

Weather Central stated that no Rests on Survey Result t ard V. Donahue, Entertainment;

storm ever received better cover- Lcdr. Curtis J Zane, and Lt.

age.The Fate of some.42 Navy and Commissary Stores now involved Charles Tucker, Publicity; Lt.
2 final reconnaisance plane in bitter controversy with civilian retail associations, Frank Molinaro, Security, and
Here For Days encountered severs turbulence ina Theodore Fritch assistant to
will depend on results of a survey just completed.The general
squall line directly associated chairman. .
report will be submitted to
. Rep. R. Walter Riehlman with the storm while returning to or close all, or only some, stores. .
(R.-N.Y.) chairman of the Secretary of Defense Charles E.
Jacksonville. However, no Inju- Mr. Wilson's decision is due by REAR ADM. Osborne B. Hard!
military operations subcom ries, other than minor cuts and Wilson, upon whose shoulders son Commander Fleet Air Jack-
Jan. 1.The ,
mittee of the House Committee bruises, were reported. rests the decision to keep
on Government Opera- open sonville, spoke of the fine sup-

his .... fact-searching port given to the Carnival by
tions and members of .. survey was
>> : '" "':.
",, ; ; other Navy commands In the Jax
"* made as result of the bitter
staff, visited the Naval Air I a
Station last Thursday and battle with the National Association area. First introducing his chiefof
of Retail Grocers which is staff, Capt. Howard V. Hopkins
Friday on a leg: of a tour of
military installations to study trying desperatefy to have all the Admiral then called on
Commissaries closed. (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 3)
surplus 1 property disposal k
procedures.Members Data supplied on prices charged -
of the party, who ar- R ,,. to servicemen-customers, locations Schedule E456Tesfs
rived by plane from Robins Air a s.k and possible alternate For
February
Force Base, Macon, Ca., were of- shopping facilities are now in the
Another chance is in store
ficially greeted and arrangementsmade hands of Navy's Ship Stores Off
for their visit of facilitiesin ice in New York. for personnel seeking promo-

this area.. z After Navy Secretary Robert I tions.
B. Anderson, who already Is on Examinations will be con
Before beginning the local sur- : i j record as a strong exponent for ducted Feb. 7, Feb. 9, Feb. 16
vey, Rep. Riehlman and his aides i a % \ the continuation of the stores reviews and Feb. 23 for pay grades

paid a call on Rear Adm. Osborne the..report, he will submita E-7, E-4, E-5 and E-6, respec
B. Hardison, Commander Fleet '1 statement to the Secretary of tively. Places and times for
Air Jacksonville. Defense. these tests will be disclosed at

During the conference session, / a later date.Eligibility. ,
Capt. Bur n ham C. McCaffree, :
officer that mom__"-- _..... w.w__...__ A Washington business man, for those who
commanding reported
have taken the exam before
Frederick
Kaumanns also of-
in fiscal year 1953 the Station CONGRESSMAN VISITS-Rep. R. Walter Riehlman (N.y.), an consists only of their being i _
ficer in the Naval Reserve has
conducted 130 sales of surplus chairman of the military operations sub-committee of the House ,
property which grossed a total of Committee on Government Operations .was greeted by Navy officials launched a one-man letter writ- recommended again by their division -
upon his arrival here last Friday. The congressman and his ing campaign around the worldto officers.
J209.937.44. staff visited the station as part of the survey being made of surplus Some 160 personnel musteredat
"No sales are negotiated," Capt. property disposal procedutes. Left to right are, Paul Cotter and keep stores open. Mainstda Mess
McCaffree explained. "Sales of Michael Balwan, who accompanied Riehlman; Congressman Riehl Mr. Kaumanns has proposed Hall Tuesday -
man; Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison, Commander Fleet Air Jax for exams for Pay Grade
closing of stores to cabinet
property that is to be sold for re- and every
Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree, NAS commanding officer E-3.
(Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 5) Comdr Edward Bryant, assistant Supply officer. (Please Turn to Pare 2, Col. 2))

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Tags Two JAX AIR NEWS 15 October




JxnThat1fi Possible Draftees For Navy I




% As Enlistments Show Drop I

PublUhrd I every Thursday for Navy and Marine activities at Naval Air CATHOLIC
$$sUon. Jacksonville, FU, .
K111 hekHIm. .... Sunday Mass-0800, 0900, 1000- In order to maintain strength

fcpt: fluri ham C. McCaffre ..,..'........................Commano'lnc OfficerComdr. St. Edward's Chat>el. quota, it may be necessary for gence has already made the*
Junes 1L Armstrong ..........................I..becuttv.( Ottlcer service unhappy.
0800. to take In draftee
Saturday- the Navy
?MM Air jMkieiTUU
Ket Adm. Osborne B. Hardlfton ..................................CommanderOpt. Daily-0630. into Its ranks during the next With the fighting over, thou
Howard, V. Hopkins>> .......................................Chief ol SUM sands of men are
at Hospital Defense Depart- likely to
0630-Mass
That .Air 1 Wl Sieves Sunday fiscal year a Wait
rapt. Theodora Dahl ....._.__..._h...r._..-......._.;_....... Commander ment official announced.As for the draft and a two.ye
Comdr. Joseph '1'. Thointon, .................................ditt; Start Officer Chapel.MORMON tour with the Army,
Natal Air 1 Tethaleal TraUlac Center long aa the Korean truceis rather
Capt. David Mr_" bell.. __, .,,,-,- .Ct>mma\nf\ Officer NATTC there is than sign up for longer terms
and no
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart L ....?............................",.Executive Office 19 Wednesday not broken with the Navy and Air
:ft."a Chaplain's Office.CHRISTIAN outbreak of hostilities elsewhere Force
Capt. Edward S. Lowe. ,- ., ,,. .. n..plb"v Commanding Officer will causing the expected slump
?? ? SCIENCE the probably I jn
Capt. L. A. Newton -- ,... ... ,.---, 1. Executive Officer Navy volunteers. In the
lUarO 1900-Tuesday-NATTC-- difficulty maintaining past, many
Capt. John L. Counihan., ,, Commanding Officer have dratt
Comdr. Anthony Trutao ?...-..?.?.?....!....i.......................Executive Officer lain's Office strength on a voluntary basis. :age men signed for long.er .
tours with the
.other
result in an across- services
This
may
The JAX AIR NEWS la puMIahed weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station PROTESTANT rather than do combat
Jacksonville *lor Ida. and printed commercially with non..l'pr' prlattd funds 0930-AH' Saints' Chapel. the-board induction system for time
at no (A thegovernment and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-33. Rev. next with the Army.
Nov. .9ense.. ... are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station theNaval 1100-All Saints' Chapel all the armed forces after .
Air Technical Training Center. Karat Air' Reiene Training Unit, Naval 1.Any ----. .
July
Air Station Cecil Meld nod the U. S.: Naval Hotpltal.Aaalctant 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel.
Editor-Andrew 11 Planey such: system undoubtedly
Naval Air StationContinued
Editor_Helen' Harper: Sports 'Editor-John Chsrvat, AN*, Staff of
flf'porlt'ttIJ-Jod' Henderson PNSN: Mildred Home, SN; Gordon Robblt. SN; will enlarge the Navy's job
Clrculaion.Dtstrlbutlon-Marge I )usco. JOS; Vivian' Knox SN. Record $44,000Continued trying to maintain a high ( from Page 1))
The JAX AIR NEWS la a member' ot the Armed Forces Press Service.
\ AFP3 material appearing In this publication may hot be reprinted without standard of personnel within its nine schools, occupies 79 build.
the written permission of Armed Forces Press ServiceRepubncatlon of other ( from Page 1)
matter except by vice: publications, la prohibited without& permission of ranks. The Defense Depart-
Editor/ JAX AIR NEWS. Capt. Edward S. Lowe com ment's "qualitative distribution ings.With
Editorial offices located Building WO topside. Phone extensions 81M the completion of the
and 216. manding officer of Naval Hospital of military manpower" pro-
carrier basin
at Mayport
last fan
Theodore O. Dahl, gram, which forces the servicesto ,
; Capt. take enlistees of low intelli- and the mooring of the USS Tarawa
Many Joining Ranks Commander Fleet Air Wing 41; I the
first carrier ever to tie
Capt. John W. Byng, commanding -
to the
up Mayport pier a new
officer NAS Cecil Field; Correction : Uniform
era in naval activities in
Jack-
In .Commissary Battle Capt. John L. Counihan com- Optional To Nov. 14 sonville had begun.

manding officer NARTU; Capt. Through a typographical error -

Military personnel, along with David McCampbell, commanding the incorrect deadline date Use of the new carrier berthing \ -

veterans and reserve groups termaster Association and headof officer NATTCenter and Lt. Col. for the optional date for wear- basin has facilitated the loading .

everywhere have joined In the Thomas J. Lipton Co. ing uniforms was listed in last of aircraft and personnel of
James C. Lindsay, commanding Fleet Air
Jacksonville
fight to keep CommissaryStores I Smallwood declared, 0 u r officer of Marine Aviation Detachment week's Jax Air News. aboard carriers. In squadrons

intact and to preserve fighting men are being nickel- NATTC. Uniform is optional until February of

Exchange stores. and-dimed to death, and the destruction Nov. 14, not Nov. 1 as previ- this year the Navy announced

The Fleet Reserve Association of fringe benefits is Sailor: (at sick call): "I want ously stated. On Nov. 14 wear- that Mayport had been officially
doing the country irreparableharm I winter uniforms will become designated as the home port for
has already gone on rec- something to quiet my nerves Ing of
the USS Lake
ord the by forcing our best people mandatory. Champlain.
as bitterly opposing Doctor: "An aspirin
closing of Commissaries and is -career non-coms, petty officers I' Sailor: "No, a discharge.. THE STATION is also employer -

leading the fight. The Reserve and junior officers-right to thousands of Jacksonville

Officers Association and the out of uniform. citizens. Figures reveal a civilian

Quartermaster Association both payroll of $22,644,507 per vcar.

pledged a fight to rouse public "THESE POOR guys have little This in addition to a military

opinion against closing of com enough as it is, what with payroll of $18,803,179.

missaries and "nickeling" servicemen the cost of living at an all-time Located aboard the Naval Air

to death with curbing high," Mr. Smallwood said, "and Station, commanded by Capt.
It's all the work of a handful of r- t
fringe benefits. Burnham C. McCaffree, are

greedy businessmen.. __________ Headquarters, Naval Air Bases

THE LATEST public demon- { Sixth Naval District which Capt.

,ration of the fight to retain Commissary McCaffree commands; Comman-

Commissary stores took place in der, Fleet Air Jacksonville who

California, reports the Navy (Continued from Page 1)) is Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardi-'

Times, where Gold Star Wives member every member of the son; Commander, Fleet Air Wing

picketed a grocerymen's convention Senate, and every member of the Eleven Capt. Theodore Dahl,

in the name cause. House of Representatives. He has and Naval Air Technical Train-

Wives of war dead with their also written NCO clubs, commissary ing Center commanded by Capt.

children, marched briefly among officers and veterans groups I David McCampbell.Also .

the grocers bearing such signs around the world, urging them to rElectronlcsman- on the base is the U. S.
which said: jump into the fight. i
Naval Hospital, commanded by
Died For Me And He called attention to the
"My Daddy and the
Capt. Edward S. Lowe,
You. Why Do You Fight Me?" clause of the Universal Military Naval Air Reserte Training Unit

"Lower Your Prices, Raise Training Act, which permits en- Counihan as
with Capt. John L.
Our Wages, Or Let Us Keep listed men to send complaints or SOLEMN CEREMONY-It commanding officer.Member .
The Commissary Stores." suggestions directly to their Congressmen Air Medal To was a solemn moment for Mrs. .
.
I"CLOSING without going through Fried Chancy, widow of
military channels. Charles Chancy, ADI and her
OF Commissary ,. Jax Vet EMPQsthumously twin sons John (left) and David Of
Is Of Service
Stores Sabotage
as Capt. Burnham C. Me
Morale:' "We Gave Our Hus It Is felt that )the protest of Caffree, NAS commanding officer (Continued from Page 1)

bands, Let Us Keep The Com- the civilian group/which/ also en- reads a citation commend placement purposes, excess salvage -
ing her husband.
rnlBsary Stores.." dangers Exchange stores, that his life flying his 20th Chancy combat lost and scrap personal property -

Servicemen and their families closing( of commissaries or cur- The Navy Air Medal, awarded mission over the Formosan are sealed -bid sales, with

have won to their side the head tailment Of Exchange store sales, posthumously by the President ,of Straits. The citation carried the awards made to the highest acceptable -

ot one of the world's leadingtea will adversely affect our national the United States, to Charles 1 Air Medal awarded by the bidder."

and prepared food distribu- security because reduced Chauncy, AMI, was. presented to President, posthumously. *

tors-Robert Small wood, newly fringe benefits will keep good his widow, Mrs. Frieda E. Chaun- Wednesday by Capt. Burnham C. handled here
property
Surplus
elected president of the Quar- men out of military service. cy in ceremonies here last McCaffree, commanding officer of the Naval Air Station -
comes from
NAS Jax.Mrs. .
NAS Cecil Field, Green Cove


I I Lingar, Kahps, Pierce Singled Out As Honor MenThree I John her.and Chauncy five.David.year-old was Captain accompaniedby twin sons Mc-, Springs Sanford, Naval NAAS Brunswick Station, NAAS,Sound Ga.,

and the Navy Underwater
more honorman awards tory School at Norman School C&ffree read aloud the citation Orlando.
Memphis, Reference Laboratory,
were presented to top tudents While in the reserves, Lingar after graduating as honorman in commending Chauncy for "merl-! Riehlman pointed out that

$In Naval Air Technical Training attended East Tennessee State last Friday's ANP) School classis torlous achievement in aerial Rep. property of
the total of
Center Schools last week. University, majoring in pre-cn- Marine Pfc. Donald E. Pierce flight as patrol plane captain in surplus Air Force
and
Patrol the Navy
Army,
E. Lingar AEAN led gineering. who Squadron 892, in operations "
Wesley compiled a 90.58 average in over the Formosan runs into the "billions of dollars.
the graduating class at AEA( ) Honors in AE the eight:week course. Straits. Be- approximately $2-
tween The has
Army
March 1
and Aug. 6, when
School.A (B) School on
Pfc. Pierse attended property
high 1 his plane was shot down, Chauncy 500,000,000 of surplus
reservist from Surface went to Alfred
school in Anderson, Ind., beforehe had flown 20 missions over the hand, he added.
Division 6-79 AEC
Kahps, '
combat *
enlisted in the area.
a t Kingsport, k who has been Marines last ,
March. He finished Capt. McCaffree Other members of the group
first
Tenn., Lingar in the Navy in a personally
New
.went on active since September class of 132 Marine and Navy pinned the medal on Mrs. Chaun- who began their tour in of

duty in December 1938. personnel. cy's Jacket. Then he pinned an York, were Rep. Frank Ikard

1952. Chief Kahpsis 4.5 Air Medal ribbon, to the jacket of Texas, who left the party at Ma-
Bai-
He took boottraining from VS-26 .. The old narrow roads where two each of the twins. con to visit Ohio; Michael P. T.

I at at NAS Nor- y cars could barely pass are being I I I wan, staff director; Robert
"I'll
:
have counsel
folk and Rails you know I'm no- Morris J subcommittee
Bainbridge and returned replaced by splendid wide high. body's fool." Cotter
J.
Air- to there. which Richard Chester, Paul
attended duty ways on six or eight cars
"Cheer US.Art -
man PreparaLingar Now on his way to Aviation can collide at once. up; boy< Maybe somebody and MaJ. James L. Cagnier,
will "
i iv i :to i adopt you. military escort.




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15 October 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

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Instrument Course Disestablished

EL !
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r Yaa School Undergoes




Change In StructureThe


Personnel are invited to visit
\ Aviation Electrician's Mate School Class (B), Naval Air
the USO Servicemen's Club at 37 r\ : + Technical Training Center has recently undergone i important
West Monroe St., open from 0930 \
Instruments Course .
change in its.structure whereby the Aircraft
to 2330 daily.'Thursday .
(Class C) has been disestablished.The .
Oct. 15: 2000-Nylon o-'r\r: \
Novelties. dC change came about as a matic pilots are taught rather

result of recommendations on than specific equipment. The
Friday Oct. 18.: 1900 -USO
Bowling; 2000() -Dancing to rec the part of representatives of time thus saved is reapportionedin

ords. NATTCenter Jax who attendedthe other phases for advanced
electrical theory on polyphase
Saturday Oct. 17: 1000-Open n General Aviation Technical
circuits and electronics applicable -
House All Day 2000-Girl of the
; Training Conference at Memphis to aircraft control systems.

Year Formal. NAS Jumping Jax during April 14 to 17 of this year. The new curriculum also allows -
orchestra will play. Dance is fr .
the school to stress complete

strictly formal. The Instrument Course, which aircraft electrical systems anly-

Sunday Oct. 18: 1000-Dunking included instruction on such
sis in its final phase.

Round Table, free donuts and _______________ equipment as flight and engine
_
coffee; 1100 off to Church; 1700 ______ instruments, gyro synchronous
J 736 DRIVERS FACE
-Vesper Services; 1730-Refreshments and autopilot systems, was origi-

; 2000-Entertainment. < .itI' "1110 -. nally set up in 1947 to give the TRAFFIC COURT IN

Monday, Oct. 19: 1900-Roller necessary instruction to person
2-DAY] PERIODThe
A STUDY OF NAS IN 1918-A souvenir ,folder depicting life
nel of the AE rate whose
Skateland reduced
prev-
Skating at at Camp Joseph E. Johnston now the site of the Naval Air Station 21-day period September
rates; 1930-Ping Pong instruction in 1918 was recently given to the NATTCenter Library by ious training had not included
11 October 2
Robert Simms of Supply department. The "rugged" army scenesIn theory or practice on aircraft in- through:
those days drew the immediate interest of library patrons Including struments. brought over 136 station traffic -
Tuesday Oct. 20: To be an (left to right Lt B. Carey; Sgt. Robert Emerson; Simms; violators into traffic court

nounced. Bliss lona Nelson, librarian. and Lcdr. David Humphreys, NATT- A new, phase incorporatingsimilar aboard the station.As .

Wednesday Oct. 21: 2000 Center chaplain instruction was added to usual the most frequent
the curriculum of the Class B..
USO's Monthly Birthday Party. Real 'Boondocks' Then violation was improper parking
School at the time. Trainees -
same
All Junior Hostesses and Serv- with 68 summons given.Of .
icemen with a birthday in Octo- enrolled for the Course mere- the total amount of per-

be are invited to share USO Life Aboard What Is Now Air Station ly joined the Class B School for sonnel ticketed, 38 were restricted -
I this phase of instruction after a
Birthday Cake; 2130-WJHP'S from driving on the

Melody Ballroom Broadcast direct Seen In Army Camp Souvenir Folder short electronic review on fundamentals.basic electricaland bate; thirty-eight received suspended

from USO. sentences ranging from
Plan to attend the USO Ifallowe'en Life at Camp E. one month to indefinitely;
Joseph Nelson, NATTCenter librarian. It was felt by training authorities
Party Saturday October Johnston now the site of warnings were extended to 40
Yellow and torn with the that this during the
31st. Visit the House of Horrors, NAS Jacksonville, is vividly age program personnel; three cases were dismissed -
folder was mended by Miss Nelson past six years had fulfilled its four referred to the
Fortune Telling Booth and all the pictured in 1918 Sou- ;
a and is now on exhibit at the mission and that the Class B commanding officer and eleven r
special games and contests. venir Folder presently on
library. School would provide adequate i'
I more had drivefs licenses
file at the NATTCenter Li.urary -
training necessary to qualify revoked.
Navy Exchange AEs second class and above for
The brochure, made up In duties as Aviation Electrician'sMates

Adds much the same manner as present first class and chief petty Credit Union
Jewelry day colored folders, and officer.

which sold for a small fee at J The change effective Sept. 1,
the includes scenes of the Marks 'Day'Today
PX
ServicePersonnel Schoolto
Repair 1953, permits the Class B
Camp 04 it was then.
curriculum that
revise the so
is Credit Union Day and
are now able to get There are photos of camp representative types of aircraft the Jax Navy Credit Union joinsin

even their most expensive Jew- roads, marching units, garbed in electrical compasses and auto- the observance of the
elry repaired at the Navy Exchange the regulation uniform of that occa

period; old automobiles, and undeveloped sion.Credit
Witches Goblins Union Day is an international .
areas which have
A new jewelry repair depart- celebration by credit un-
since become the locations for
ment has been opened in con- some of the station's modern At Hallowe'enFor ion people all over the Western

junction with the watch repair buildings.One Hemisphere It is held on the

department and will be locat- third Thursday of October-thi<
ed in Building 3. interesting shot illustrates Kids Oct. 31 year it falls today, 'Oct. 15. This
the, method used for
John Ayoub, formerly withTiffany's \2i event was originated by the Credit
airing barracks bedding. In : /4 ; Witches and goblins and ap-
in New York, has Union National Association on
those days, when bedding was ple bobbing. will all be on the
been selected as supervisor of the 100th birthday of credit un.
aired, the entire cot was tossed program for the All Hands Chil-
these departments. lIe and two ions in 1948.Elected .
out to get the sun. .I dren's Party scheduled Saturday -
assistants will do repair workon officials of the Jax
Robert L. Simm. of the Sup- Oct 31, at 1400, at NATT-
all types of JewelrY, including INSPECTION TIME With Navy Federal Credit Union who
located folder
the
ply department Center Auditorium.
diamond ring settings, the commanding officer's inspection will participate in the anniversary -
while rummaging through an scheduled for with
Saturdayat Children of all ages,
observance with other credit
bracelets and
necklaces ear attic. Simms, proprietor of an NATTCenter, trim haircuts their parents, are invited from
rings. They will also engrave antique shop in Jacksonville anda and spick and span>> uniformsare the service unions in the area aa dinner
them. the order of the day George all branches of tonight at the Seminole Hotel,
collector of old documents, Braceland, AE1, of AE School aboard the Station. remind military and civilian per-
thought the phamphlet mightbe gets a trim from Otis Crawford The free show will feature
sonnel here that is
of interest to personnel here at the Center Barber shop. Tonight movies, children's games, prizes membership
and Friday the shop re- always open to those who choose
and so presented it to Miss Iona ?" and refreshments.SCHOOL .
3MOVIE mains open until 1930. to join the organization.The .

it .. .. local credit union has offices

Pair of Center : in Building 40, open every

MAINSIDE Wednesday Thursday and Friday

Thurs., Oct. IS Plank OwnersBid from 1330 to 1730.

So Big ....._.......... Jane Wyman I .

Blowing Fri.,' Oct. 1C AdieuTwo rir2'4 ,.Ii Center Chaplain


Wild ........... Barbara Stanwyck plank owners in the Military -
Sat., Oct. IT Personnel department at the Commended By .

The Devil Naval Air Technical Training Cen-

Makes Three _._.. Gene Kelly ter, who have helped process thou- Tarawa SkipperA
NATTCENTER sands of Navy and Marine stu-

Thurs., Ode 15 dents through school here, will letter of commendation WM

Prisoners of the pack up next week to attend received by Comdr Frederick

Casbah ..__.._ Gloria, Grahame school themselves ti Volbeda, senior Chaplain at the
Fit, oet. ie They are Donald I. Konz, PNC, 4 Naval Air Technical Training

So Big ?__._.._-... Jane WymanSat. and Bernard A. Ritz, PN2, who Center, from Capt. W. O. Burch

., Oct. 17 leave Tuesday to attend the Na- 9 x Ki A Jr., commanding officer of the

.. _.. val Interview and Classification carrier USS Tarawa.
Blowing Wild .... Gary Cooper
HOSPITAL School at San Diego and further The Tarawa stood first in tM

Than., Oct. 15 assignment with ComWesSea Atlantic Fleet 1953 competition
Frontier. for carriers of her class and WM
Millionaire for

Christy ....._.. Fred MacMurray Konx and Ritz came here In i awarded the Navy "E".
__.._. .rani
Center nnn Commander Volbeda's citation
FrL, Oct. 16 January 1951, when the
. Prisoners of the was activated, after coming back TO SCHOOL Donald Eons, PNC, and Bernard read in part: II. For your
into the Navy as Reservists. Both Rite PN2, "mug up" M they discuss their new duty assignment part in this effort and in the
Casbah ._ Gloria Grahame I at Naval Interview and Classification School, San Dieg They excellent results obtained
,
Sat., Oct. 17 shipped over into the Regulars leave the Military Personnel department at NATTCenter after you

So Big ...........__...... Jane Wyman while here. duty here since January 1951. are hereby commended.





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t: Scouting Jocksonvil lie- BreD Squadrons Board For Short Tarawa TourThe


' ,
1 t Fasron 109 "72" for his selection as winner USS Tarawa made -naval

t ; In close competition with other t :: ;:l',_) ., ,'. aviation history this week
1 \ :> P' ,.:<,:,':>.>,, :.., .. e "',:jj: when
members of his unit John J, + ...
VF174Four 1 : ... i the 309th Strategic
, :."f ....,... ;..: .::' Fighter
,
; oW" :->>>
:
Wright DMSN, waa selected to "
1 officers reported this weekto : Squadron from Turner Air Force
be "man of the month" for Sep VF-174 for J ; : Base aboard at
duty. came
t They were .... i" Mayport to
tember for Fasron 109. Lt. (jg) Charlie Waring from VF- :: .. spend four days observing naval
Candidates were chosen by di- 2 4 and Ensigns Bob Donaldson, aviation In action.
vision officers of the squadron on Joe Wilfahrt and John Ellis from This is believed to be the first

.. .basis of character, military cour- Ingsvllle, Texas Jet Training o time that an Air Force fighter
tesy, proficiency in rate, coopera- Unit. squadron has boarded a Navy;
tion, knowledge of squadron instructions Ensign George Watson and carrier for this purpose.

and athletic interest. Chief Patrick temporarily left the NO OTHER heavy attack car.

Competition was keen with Hell Razors for treatment at Na, rier In the U.S. Atlantic Fleet
Wright nosing out other nominees val Hospital.In should be better qualified to dem

| by a very close margin. the "domestic department" < ? onstrate carrier routines to the

Wright's home is In Chester, Pat Joseph "Squeeky" Hammond, AD. visitors for the Tarawa won the
lie enlisted there three years ago. AN, has married Fay Chastlne of U.S. Atlantic Fleet Battle Efficiency -

Other candidates for the "man Gadsen, Ga. Ira Cox will be discharged "E" for fiscal year 1953
cf the month" for Septemberwere shortly and make his among ships of Its class:

: Donald R. Glidewell, AK- home In Fort Worth, Texas. Major Hayden C. Curry, USAF,

AN; James O. Wilkes, AN; Char- Hell Razor keg 1 e r a Tonder, : nns .r commands the 309th Strategic

lie R. Debter, AN; Arnold M. King, Sloan, Morello and Martin AIR FORCE'COMES ABOARD-Air Force pilots of the 309th Fighter Squadron which Is aboard
Johnson, AMAN, and Paul E. last week tied Fasron 109 and Strategic Fighter Squadron of Turner AFB, Ga., arrive aboard the the ship. This squadron has taken
Copeland, AN. then burned the to USS Tarawa at Mayjwrt. The Air Force squadron went aboard part in several notable firsts, one
I up alleys the carrier this week for four days of observing naval aviationin
Winner of the "man of the trounce ComFairJax. action. of which was flying the Pacific

month" competition was given aVF Ocean in jets.OPERATION.
, VC-62 pilot Lt Dave SchererIs soundly trounced by NARTU by Force Captain Charles S. Melton
becoming a familiar face in the the score of 476. The "Reserves"built and his wife Ruth. Capt. Mel "Longstride", dur
VF-174 ready room as he learnsto lead ton is from >the ing which Air Force pilots flew
Pilot up an early 13-polnt on exchange duty
J 3 Scores
the Atlantic in
non-stop fighter
fly the Hell Razor Cougars..
and were never in any trouble. Air Force to VC-62.
59,000th George Romines PR1, and his plane mass formation for the first
Landing VC-62 couldn't get started and *
time, was completed by the 309th
parachute loft have again shown didn't score until the last play of
Aboard USS FDR Fasron Six
and its this
heir designing skill as they parent wing summer.
The 59,000th carrier landing turned out even another type of the game. Exceptional skill, and The Tarawa participated in the
aboard the USS FDR was On Tuesday, Oct. 6, VC-62's two Initiative are but a few outstanding official opening of the Mayport
Instrument hood as well as can-
made by Lt. (jg) Ben W. vas packets for, standard navigation entries in the NAS intramural qualitles d"e s c rib i I n g this Carrier Basin last November and
Martin of VF-13 during Med- equipment. bowling league clashed in an exciting week's "White Hat of the Week", completed a Mediterranean cruise
I iterranean match. Team Number One Tillman C. Bozeman ADI vet-
operations. a earlier this summer. Captain Wil-
In recognition the ship celebrated VC-62 came out on the long end of a eran of nearly two years with liam O. Burch, Jr., Is commanding

1 I by traditionally: baking VC-62 welcomed aboard two 2251-2107 tally. Fasron Six and currently assignedto officer of the craft.

I a huge cake new men this past week and at Led by Lt. Delols Holloway'shigh Line Maintenance division. FLEET AIR Jacksonville units
While Lt. (jg) Martin was the same time said good-bye to game of 198 and Jack Wil- Born and raised on a small farm conducting flight i operations
) making carrier landings in the three of the old timers. New son's 191, Team One continued its near Andalusia, Ala., 100 miles aboard the huge carrier are Fight.

Med., the stork made a perfect men are William J. Cotter, AD- winning streak and remained on south of Montgomery, Bozeman er Squadrons 32, 43, 102, Attack
landing at his home, deposit AN, from Fasron Six and Charles top of the heap. High average attended Sanford Grammar Schoolat I' Squadron 35, and the Carrier Air
ing a seven and one-half W. Clarldy, AN, from VF-43 at also went to Lt. Holloway with Sanford, Ala. and later farmed Group 3 staff
pound baby girl. NAS Cecil Field. 164. High average and game for for his father until enlisting in ,Navy Lt. Richard P. Yeatman,
Recently liberated to the "civil- Team Number Two went to Bob the Navy In April 1940. serving with the Air Force squadron -

Ian life" were Edwin S. Darby, Burrows with 161 and 188, respectively Following'graduation from recruit was largely responsible for

Chief Finds ADE3; William H. Diederich, AT- training at Norfolk, Va., he arranging the current visit.

AN, and Bob, B. Spencer, PH3. I An eight-pound, five-ounce baby was ordered to NAS Pensacola.
In football last week VC-62 was girl blessed the household of Air In March, 1944, he went to Coco -I
Ample Time .
... .,.........' ...................... .., '. .. ., .."..:> ,.... '-Y_ Solo, Canal Zone, for seven
r.-- ::1
: months, then transferred to NAB
For HobbiesA Corpus Christi. Three years later

he reported to CAG-13 NAS San
hobbyist can be many thingsa I Diego, and then to Jax in March,
collector, a creator, a putter.
w
1949. By November of that year, aa
But R. L. Mickelson, AEC, stationed l q;a s s; S t Bozeman was assigned to VF-13
t at Airman Preparatory \Ct k lYaa
after CAG-13 was decommissionedand \
School at NATTCenter 04 F
can lay
outfit
remained with the up
claim to all three
categories. until reporting to Fasron Six, Oct.
.
Disproving that a traveling 24, 1951. : \i Ma ;}1
Navy man has little time or facilities Bozeman, who currently residesIn

for outside interest, Chief Jacksonville with his wife Lucille "'_, S
Mickelson with 13 of W{ Y'yY
I years service and two-month-old son Mark,
I behind him has developed a
plans to remain In Jax after serving
wide of hobbies and ro r .
variety enjoyed t twenty.In .
them from ship to shore
the major bowling loop
ell the world.
I over Monday, Fasron Six met defeat
Now settled with his wife and k, l lx9r twice from the hands of Pignwhls- li a. 2

four children in South Jacksonville >545a tle but managed,: to pick up a :
he has plenty of room in game on C & L. The home five ,

which to practice his photogra- __onmmmn_..___ Is now out In front of the pack r
phy, horticulture, astronomy, by three games with C & L and
"' telescope making, amateur radio, TV DEBUT-Lt.jg( ) Robert Pignwhlstle tied for second.

meterology and, gem collecting, mechanics 'Red Ripper' First "go Sullivan signal"of during VF-11 his.debut awaits the as "Vic" Ciepllnskl led the locals

I sports. first service guest on WMBR with a 588jtotal followed by Pete
Ills home and rounds are Guest On Armed TV's Open House Show. The Giovannini with 570. Cleplinskl
full of gadgets ranging from show Is designed to familiarizethe and Giovanninl also took high single

photographic equipment and Forces TV Show side"public of military with the life "human Emcee honors with 211 and 200 points

darkroom, to dwarfed plants, Ted Chapeau (left) handles the respectively.

papaya trees, a celestial telescope Distinction as first guest on show. Anthony D. Esposito, AN, was
radio broadcasting unit Armed Forces released to the
WMBR TV's new' his rise from the ranks after Inactive reserves
and gems. Open House fell last week to Lt. World War II to his present pos- Monday, after a 20-month tour of
He is also a member of the (jg) Robert G. Sullivan of VF- ition as jet pilot in the Navy and duty with Fasron Six. Espositowas
Men's Garden Club of America, previously assigned to First
11.Ted of the gruelling training whichis
secretary of the Men's Garden I Chapeau, emcee, of the required of Naval aviators. Lieutenant division.
Club of North Florida, a memberof Open House show conducted a After recently completing three
WMBR TV launched this
the Los Angeles Astronomical ten minute interview with Lt. new years, two months service, Franklin
Society, and of the Audio Engi- (jg) Sullivan who became a sea- "all services" feature in co-op- R. Tyler, SN, extended for two

.neering Society. soned Korean veteran as a VF- I eration with the various Armed more. Tyler is currently assignedto
Chief Mickelson should have 11 "Red Ripper. Forces to promulgate interest in the Infirmary.. REEL DEBEAUT( )-Dolores
met the famous Sir William Os Describing his war experiencesin our Armed Services and to bring t Dom makes her film debut in
Warner Bros. "The Phantom
ler, who once said ""No man is Korea, the Fleet Air Jax pilot before the public the "human Ape." She was discovered, so
really happy or safe without a spoke of being outnumbered on side" of military life. Weekend Tide Table we're told, while drinking a
hobby, and it makes precious occasion by a ratio of three to This feature will 'be presentedeach High Low glass of milk In a drug store

little difference what the outside one and recalled encountering Monday at 1630. The show A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. near the studio.. .

interest may be. anythingwill Russian Migs on several occa- was launched with the Navy but t Saturday 2:27: 301 8:39: 9:22 A sailor we know was so con .
do so long as he straddle sions. will be rotated among the various : ceited that he joined the Navy M
a hobby and rides it hard.. The VF-11 pilot also told of Armed Services. Sunday 3:32: 4:03: 9:46: 10:18: the world could see him.




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'Hoist The Bridge/' ( /


YOG Hauls 10,000,000 Gallons Of Fuel In Year I II/\\ !

inrougnout the nation last week

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vas observed as National Fire 1i4ttf1w LW I
SALTY HUMOR/ FROM prevention: Week, but to crew : : : j :

HER AND THERE nembers of the USS YOG-90 at I S -
) f AS Jacksonville, Fire Preventions :11"[ f 41\ '

Sailor (in court): "Your honor, i a 52-week, 365-day: project .' __ Fire Prevention Week has reminded -

I admit I had been driving a bit Why so often? Because 275,000( /i1\; >. us that fire, man's first

fast, but I would like to point gallons of high octane aviation conquest in his struggle toward
out that I am a Navy Master-At- gasoline are transported by the
iL I civilized living must be controlled
Arms and ." raft: on each trip from the Trout
if it is not to wipe out that civ
Judge: "Ignorance is no excuse River Fuel Depot to NAS Jax. c ilization.
Fire Is also one of the Navy'smost
Going To Biases Picture and
dreaded enemies at
sea. story tell the history of fire fight-
"Shave and a haircut, barber" Over 10 million gallons of aviation
Ing and control. Not only a vivid
"Okay. Say, by the way, I understand j gasoline were hauled by the argument for fire prevention for

you've been running I YOG-90 during its Just completed adults but also a book to be proto

around with my girl friend." I first year of operations here. It itably shared with your children.

"Just make that a haircut, I ts readily apparent the crew memo Burning An Empire Our for-
please." 1 bers have had to constantly observe
est areas were once an empire to
I fire prevention.
be envied. This is the dramatic
The pilots training on the car- S MIn account of the great forest fires

rier were reminded time and time addition to (its regular run which have depleted that wealth.

again about radio silence and unnecessary the "90"( has been fueling aircraft -- t_ riret A novel with the action
I carriers with aviation gas for M
chatter. The squadronwas propeller
motivated by a dread forest fire
driven and Jet types aircraft -
circling around the-ship aftera and the brilliant battle as men
tough exercise when a voice I since the Mayport Basin op- UP AND DOWN TilE ST. JOHNS-Passing beneath the Acosta work in the roaring inferno to

was heard to say: ened last November. bridge on her war to the Navy's Fuel Depot at Trout River lathe pave the forest and animals and
174-foot USS YOG-90.( The Jacksonville skyline can be seen
Horace
"Boy! What a problem that J. Mackey, chief quartermaster in the background. All bridges except the new Matthews span, jeople who live there. (The fire

was! I really fouled up." with assistance from must be raised to allow passage of the vessel. warden who spots the first small

Then "This is Comdr. Jones! Winfred A. Hodges, chief engine- flame is
: !
Chief Mackey states. ton vessel. The YOG-90 is one of a charming young lady)
Who made that last transmtaslon man, heads the all-enlisted crew i six of its type currently used in New books continue to arrive and
t"There which mans the 174-foot vessel. list few with the
the Atlantic Fleet. we a first one
Bucking crow currents which ,
was complete silence until "Frequent fire drills are a'must'due Low hanging bridges between on a theme to place it with those
to the highly Inflammable na flow into the St. Johns from the
a timid voice answered: "I] NAS and the Trout River fuel depot mentioned above.
Ortega River often confront Chief
ture of the ship's and the
may be fouled up, Commander, but cargo pose another problem. Because Lookout Wife'!: A young couple
ever present danger of Mackey while steering the 1,235.
explosion
,
I'm not that fouled up." of her size, all bridges ex- have their honeymoon In the iso-

.. 'ra.."..... "..I"...... lation where they elected to live
cephave v the new': iriavnicwo wuugc
A horse trainer we knew once Local Artists Now Have Place to open to enable the shipto and work together a glass en-
closed fire lookout in the
had a thoroughbred that was so pass. Idaho

slow he clocked him with a sun To Exhibit Their Creations "We try to avoid passing beneath forests. Ideal for the times when

dial. the bridges during traffic you feel romantic, or long for the
Local artists will now have an opportunity to display their
rush hours," Chief Mackey said. wilderness and "wide 0 p e nspaces"
art work, and compare notes with fellow craftsmen.The .
A showgirl went to the doctor's of nine .
With a top speed only
Art Room at the Mainside Library is available for
office and asked that he vaccin- y and one-half knots, each trip to Television and Radio Repairing
ate her where it would not show. display purposes. Original material, from quick sketches to Trout River normally takes two Television is becoming as much a

"In that case" he said, "my finished paintings, will be accepted, and military personnel or hours travel time each way, con- part of the American home as the .

fee is five dollars in advance. members of their families are invited to participate. tingent upon the nature of the Icebox. This will help your men-

"Why in advance?" she asked. Additional information on the display can be obtained by river's currents. tal curiosity about your set and

"Because," he said, uncertainly, phoning the Mainside Library, extension 233. solve problems when you cannot

"I often weaken in such cases Fueling operations at Trout River resist tinkering with Its mechan-

and don't charge anything!I" normally take two hours, but ism. ,
Jax Pilot Authors 1 it requires twice as long for de- Complete Rook of Bulb*: An f 1

fueling at NAS Jacksonville.A excellent coverage of the subject
Sailor "Where is ?
; a girl's yet /
Of ResearchIn pair of eight-inch suction with detailed directions for plan-
Chief: "I don't know. Why do Story
lines are capable of loading 1,200 ning, planting and the culture of

you ask? gallons per minute, but when con bulbs In your garden.

Sailor: "Well, I was readingthe Cancer AidThe verted to positive pumps for offloading JIlt Ipr's Secret Conversations

paper about a girl getting story of "Radioactive Gold- these same lines can only The off-the-record conversationsof
shot and it said the bullet was in 600 gallons 60 Das Fuehrer during the fateful
198 For Gomma Radiation Thera- pump every sec-
her yet. py" published in the August Issue onds. years from 1911-1945.

4e of the American Journal of Commissioned at Camden, N. J. London Culling. North Pole Another

VF-32 Reins Fall Roentgenology and Radium Thera- in 1945, the ship served in the Atlantic account of WWII activities, .

Fleet until 1919 when she This time the German IntelligenceIn
To Lcdr. Bell py was penned by Lt Ben H. Col-
was placed in mothballs at Holland when they gained control
a Fleet Air Jacksonville pi
,
mery
Bell
H.
Lcdr. Malvern was relieved -
lot. Charleston, S. C. of the British underground ra-
commanding officer of I
as Co-author with Lt. Colmery on Hoyt H.'Whittle, FP1, and Waiter dios.I .
VF-32 Jack L. Evans last
bytcdr.
the article was Comdr. W. D. Mc- L. Carpenter, CSt, are the Was A Captive! In Korea: We
week at NAS, Cecil Field. will have
probably several bookson
Clellan, a Naval Post Graduate only two members remainingfrom
Lcdr. Bell is scheduled to be assigned School student, and Dr W. G. a the original crew when the this subject as the years go by

to an Inactive duty status. Myers, Ohio State professor.LT. + ship was recommissioned here last but not, every one will bring the
During Lcdr. Bell's tour, VF-32, year. Journalist's trained observationand
COLMERY WAS attendingthe
became the first squadron in the Other members are Ralph E. reporting to the task.

Fleet to receive the new swept Atomic Defense Engineeringpost AUTHOR Lt. lien Colmerya Hotchklss, BM3; Arvll A. Nelson, .
graduate course, sponsoredby Fleet Air Jax pilot, scans the
Wing F9F-6 "Cougar". EN3 Herman L. Parham, EN3
August issue of the American ; ;
Graduate
Post
the Naval
State Journal Roentgenology and Fred W. Miller, SA; Edward H. Station GO Extends
School at Ohio Universitywhen '
Radium Therapy In which his Fleming, SA; Ronald L. Seller,
O&R Employees he began research on a the essay "Radioactive Gold-198 Best Wishes To All
FA; Thomas H. Stafford, BM1;
sis In partial fulfillment of MSC I For Gamma Radiation Therapy .
," was published. James E. J3yrd, SA; Charlie Diehl, On
degree. I Anniversary
Already Planning EMFA; Loen R. Riegel, QMSN,
The subject of cancer therapywas The Citadel Drill Team and Carl T. Wright, FN. Thirteen years ago,-on Oct.

chosen for research since ra- 15, 1940, the Naval Air Sta-
Xmas BasketsPlans To Perform At CenterThe
diation effects observed in can "So you are building a new tion Jacksonville, was com-

are already underwayat cer irradiation are similar to those crack drill team from The house, eh? How are you getting missioned. No one at that time

the Overhaul and Repair de- which might be observed following Citadel, S. C., will perform at along with it?" could foresee the vast growthof

partment to give food basketsto exposure to atomic weapon ra the personnel inspection at NAT- "Fine, fine. I've got the roof that relatively small unitas

the needy in this area at diation. TCenter Saturday morning. The and mortgage on it, and I expectto the nucleus to the large
Christmas time. USE OF RADIOACTIVE gold precision drill squad will give have the furnace and the sheriffin complex establishment here

seeds prepared by irradiation in its show following inspection. before fall." today, embracing many naval
Last year, O&R: employees the Oak Ridge, Tenn. pile, and aviation commands and activ-

generously donated $4,086.96 Implanted In malignant growthswas ities that spread over a wide

which purchased 303 baskets. investigated.Lt. Birthday Greetings For Station area in and surrounding the

This year,they have set a goalof Colmery investigated the radioactive city of Jacksonville.It .
400 baskets.Representatives. properties of the seeds, Greetings on your Thirteenth Birthday.We is
been well' remember October 15, 1940 when a group of us my happy privilege on
for
have ap- prepared dosage diagrams use gathered at the base of the flagpole to join in the commissioning this birthday anniversary to
pointed in each shop to receive in therapy, and completed initial ceremonies. You and we have come a long way since then, extend congratulations and
donations by regular collections experimental treatment on labora- in fact there are about 120,000( more people in Duval County to- best wishes to all those whose
each Friday until December 11. tory animals. day than there were in 1940. We recognize the fact that our
great Naval Installations have contributed much to that growth loyalty and devotion have
Names for baskets are also to Comdr. McClellan, who was enrolled
done so much to make NAS
and we look forward to many years of happy association with
be submitted by that date, and in a later class, continuedthe the fine men and women who serve in military and civilian outstanding in the military

will be considered on merit bya research to the point of treat- duties at NAS Jax. defense of our country in
committee. ment of human patients.Lt. J. E. Kavanaugh, Chairman 1953.
Naval Affairs Committee
Contents of the baskets will Colmery is currently takinga Jacksonville Chamber of CommerceW. Capt Burnham C. McCaffree

be purchased on a competitivebid course in Instrument Traininghere S. Johnson Commanding Officer

basis, at the lowest cost, to prior to reporting to VF104for Executive Vice-President NAS, Jax.

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t> Set Smoker Mainside PlayOut

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First home smoker with an outside in front from the start

team for the Jax Navy and of the season, the ]ijower-laden

By John Charvat Marine varsity boxing team will VC-62 No. 1 keglers continuedto
,
be held next Thursday night at t blast the pins in last week's

The University of Florida's the NATTCenUr Auditorium at bowling competition on the

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refusal to grant press passes 2000. Leather-pushers from Green Malnside alleys,

I to service and weekly newspapers Cove Springs Navy will compete Led by Delols Holloway and

I in particular the Jax against the Jax outfit. Bronislaw Kowalewski, with 491
and 488, respectively, the loop,
Air News, is a direct insultto The locals have had two amok- ,..-:: ) -
leaders shut out their little broth

the Navy in Jacksonville.This era with which to season the FOLLOW YOUR TONGUE, FELLA-It was a case of who WM ers, VC- 2, No.2, In the only

policy Is directly opposite squad, an Intramural affair hereto week.thft best Ball mudder carrier In Jim Mainside Holltngsworth'Intramural of VP-16 touch, who grid looks action to last be match of the week for the victors

of other major universities open the campaign and one sticking out his tongue at opposing players, goes for a nice gain who are sporting; 19-1 rec
around Fasron Six's right end. Rushing in, where other madden ord.
which the Soliers
make it a point to against Camp Stewart -
Six defeated the Patrol.
is Fete Glovanninl. Fasron
fear to tread, .
Despite gaining: a pair of 3.1
offer privileges to the service- there. men 276.
wins, FAW-11> dropped from a
men and services. Coach.Stere Mayer of the Na-
first-place tie The Air Wingers
Issuing of complimentary tabs vy-Marine varsity announced he
Personnel Fasron Six picked up victories over VF-11,
to this department isn't just honoring would pick his team 'from the
helped by M. L. Kessinger'g 508
the Jax Air News It means following men for the Green Cove ,
series and Hospital with L. D.
paying respect to the Jacksonville melee:
Bowden's 500 the big noise.
Naval Air Station which has Navy Abe McIntosh, 145 Pace IM Touch LoopFasron

done so much for the state and pounds; Billy Fisher, 165 pounds; Fasron Six kept up Its pur-
suit of the leaders with a 3.1
community at large.It H Bull" Gilchrist, 170 pounds; touch
the Mainside foo.tballleague
Six leaders in ,
win over VP-18 with the pin-
would behoove the Gators'athletic
Chuck Morris, 167 pounds; Roy
of another serious threat Tuesday night as they
took
care fall :t3JG-%; 8.'c Clepllnskl
department to considerthe Jefferson, 184 pounds; Maurice played heads-up ball to defeat 0 & R, 27-6, in a spirited bat- whammed the stick for a 2J2
wealth of fans here who
are Corson, 197 pounds; George Brazil -
boosters. tie on Yorktown Field. single and 542 series to lead the
potential University 197- pounds; Jimmy Wallace,
The lax Air News, and the 145 pounds, and Terry Courneya, The Fasronites scored twice SU.4U m |* Tbr.|fc Vf*r.I*,./tf, Oct.PA ItTf I Fasronltes.In .

Navy has never hesitated to 162 pounds. via the pass interception route, Furon Six 40 123 12 one of the tightest conte ti

help state athletics, doubled in Marines Marcus Betas, 118 with Bill Bailey and Tex Dvor- VP-1 rertonnel) 2 2 0 1 39 M 12 32 of the week, VP-18 and Fasron
OAR 2 2 72 86 109 battled to 2-2 standstill.
spades the University of FlorIda a

pounds; Benny Brown, 116 pounds oznak both hauling in enemy Vanrnrt 109' 1 1 13 4.1
But after being turned pounds Benny Brown 116 NARTU 1 2 60 38 Nick Stefanchik of Fasron 109 seta
;
tosses. VF-11 1 3 25 32
down, we just can't see it. pounds> ; Chuck Darden, 135 VC- 2 1 2 31 7.1FaetuLant new three-game individual mark
Naval Air Station Jacksonville Bailey hit pay dirt a total of 0 2 0 C8 by banging out 597 pins, while
pounds; Roy Collins 126 pounds; Supply 0 3 26 72
carries over a $30 million annual Tony Smart, 152 pounds; Tony three times to snare scoring honors the Patrolmen's Carl Edolo missed

payroll, most of it spent right in Shields, 160 pounds; Louie Belt- for the day."Tenn". STRIKES the mark by two sticks, getting

Florida.In ran, 165 pounds; Chuck Morre, Hits Once 595.:

addition the recent contribution 190 pounds; Ben Spann 187 O & it's vaunted passing attack SPARES Hospital, led by Paul Jula's rec

of $44,000 to the United pounds and Louie Hadley, 167 was good for only one ord-breaking 254: subdued VJ-2,

Fund Community Chest Drive, pounds. touchdown, that coming in the SPLITSFive 31. J. L. Stott carried the losers

largest single donation in Jacksonville ----.+.---- first quarter on a heave from along with a 513 series.

history, is an indication' NATTC Tex Westerman to Tony Campi- new members were welcomed VF-ll's Red Rippers gained a

of the strong support that can Cagers tell. into the 200 Club this past 3-1 victory over Prev. Medicine

be wielded. week as a result of their 'breaking with a 518 series by Mills aiding
In games to date, Fasron Six
Weep no more for Florida boys. Eligible To Vie has had only 12 points scored the coveted 200 mark in Main- the cause.
We couldn't'hear the Gator
growlif against it, while hitting the register side intramural bowling competition 'Fasron 109 got its second %-:3:
he was sitting next door. I decision when It finished la a
With Jax Navy for an awesome 123 point
total. Several club members broke the I tangle with: VF-174 In a hoUy-
The annual Santa Claus Bowl mark for the second time and
,
contested match Don Oaevralt
Opening drills for the 1953-54 In other action on the Main-
football game, climaxing the Pop one, Vic Ciepllnski of Fasron Six led the Beavers with a 521,
side touch football front NAR-
basketball at Jax ,
received
season Navy -
Warner midget grid foundation TU's champions dropped turned the trick for the third while Nick M o r e 11 o was the
defending -
season will be played at Lake- discouraging support this time. standout for the Hell Razors.
its second of the
year
game
land Fla.,.Dec. 28-29 J. Gordon week, Coach Frank McCaffrey reported : by falling under the running Hitting I i the magic number Morello continued hot in VF.

Roberts, president of the organization again were Paul Jula, Hospital 174's win ComFairJax
power of 0 & R, 20-12. over get-
announced last week.
However, the veteran J&x Navy NARTU Wins, 47-6 with a record-breaking 254; Carl ting a 222 single and 543 series, to
Four teams will be invited to
mentor indicated he was anticipating Although bottling up 0 &"R's Edolo of VP-18, 208; and W. H. boot him well up among the Individual

the two-day program. a much larger turnout at passing attack the Reservistswere Feaster of Fasron 109, 206. leaders The Staffers' big

ensuing sessions prior to the ten. unable to with the Nick Morello of VF-174 and gun was John Brklch who toppled
cope
Second Lt. William F. Wilson tative curtain raiser with VJ62of speedy running of Westermanand Nick Stefanchik of Fasron 109, the pins like he owned themto

of the 508th Airborne Regimental Sanford, Nov 2{. Gordon North. both newcomers to the club, hit pick up a 529 series.

Combat Team, died There appeared to be confusion pay dirt twice. :Morello getting 217 VC-62 No. 2 gained a 3-1 ver-
this week of head Injury The Reservists fared better
early a In the ranks of the NATT and 222, while Stefanchik scored dict over Personnel by virtue of
against VC-62 defeating them .
,
received in a practice: sailors\ with 215 and 204.
Center as to their eligibility Burrman's 447.STANDINGS .
scrimmage at Fort Benning. to participate with Jax Na 17-6 on mud-soaked Yorktown Other new members are: J. L. THROUGH OCT. 9
field.. NARTU built an early
Jax the Red Devils up
Navy played
vy's varsity Stott, VJ-2, 205; Stan Kresowiak,
lead and was never in trouble. Team w. L :ret.VO .
here in the season opener, and Fasron Six, 202; and McDonald of 3 No.1.......... 19 1 .950
had high praise for 'Wilson. All Navy Centerltw are eligibleto The losers were blanked until 208. FAW-11 .............. 21 3 ..875Fasron
vie with the Jax Operations, .Six 13 5 .TO
I Navy varsity late in the fourth quarter. TOP TEN AVERAGES VP-18 .? ..::::::::::t IS 9! :.625
and are urged to do so. 12 8 .ax .
The University of Tampa's Fasron Sid waylaid VP-16, 27- Name Game As r Hospital VF-11 ...::::::::::::: 14 10 :.583
football recruiter must certainlybe Dally practice will continue 6 5, to erase another stumbling Edolo. VP-18 ............. 18 1ftClcpllntVl. Supply............... 12 1 .571
Patron Six .... 13 174 Operations 10 10 .900
sitting back and laughing at Monday through Friday at 1600in block on the road to the league Dumonrt. Supply .. 12 174 VF-174 .::::::::::: 11 11 .458
the Mainside Gym, puiiding 3. championship. Jula. Hospital ...-.,:::::: 1.1 173; ComFairJax .".......I1 13 .458
the inkers from Eastern univer Kesilnger. FAW-11 .17 171 FuroR 109 .. ........10 14 .417
sities.i Candidates must bring their own VF-11 Over Supply Kordlo, VF-174 ,::::::: 17 161 Prev. Medldn ....... 9 15 .375
shoes and trunks. Lamay. Fasron Six ....... 15 163 VC-62 No.2..,........ 6 14 J<)0
The Spartans have a gold minein The winners were led by Ron Holloway. VO62 No. 1 .... 14 IK VJ-2 ................. 5 12 .2->>
Mills VY-ll ...;......, 14 163 Personnel ............ 2 19 .01.i!
Fred Chicado a 170-pound I Rosen who bulled his way" to a Bachman VP-18 ........., 10( 161 VP-18 ................ 2 IS .095
speedster from Central City, Pa. Need A Name For pair .of scorers, and Jim Aller h________

Chicado is only one of a dozen Football FieldFor and Robert Bean, each crossingthe

athletes brought to the Cigar pay-off stripe once.

I City from Pennsylvania. three seasons the Jax: The Gators couldn't get roll-

"What Minahan didn't do tot Navy varsity football team has ing on the muddy terrain and

us in the air," one of the Jax been" playing Its home games were held to a lone second half

I athletes told this department" on a nameless field. touchdown by Don Sample.

Chicado did on the ground. He Publicity originating la the I The Red Rippers of VF-11 z t ;
Jax Air News' office has unofficially -
Fieldto
all Yorktown
; was really fast. ripped over
+ > labeled home soil as win their first ball game of

Guides Trip Gunners Varsity Field the year, J3-0, over Supply. ti
Now it's time for personnelhere VF-11 opened the scoring on a

l In Close Net Match to doa thinking' caps and pass from Harry to Ron, New-

concoct a name which will do vllle in the second quarter. The
i Training Facilities continued its the field the station and the
off-
other score came on a run
I winning ways In the NATTCenter 1-11-rT!
1 tram justice. tackle by A. C. Chambers in the
Intramural Volleyball League by
Entries should be submitted
second half of the closely-con-
) copping another match last week, to the Jax Air News, Building' tested battle

1 its fifth straight without defeat 930. The contest closes Nov 6. _. __ ....., _, a, ,__ ._ ... _
However Aviation I i Ordnance -
win be announced
The winner
t School and the Guides provide More Sports PEN TO PIN PUSUERS-Working hours finds this group
e at the final home game' of the pushing pens In the Personnel Office, bat on bowling nights the
the thriller with the latter
dumping season, Nov 21, against Pensa- pins ret a from these trundlers In the NATTCenter Intramural
f the Gunners 16-14, 10-15, 15- cola Navy. On Page 8 circuit. Left to right are Sammy Vail, Walt Zentxias, Larry

t 11. t Beneke, Horace WJlkison and ,Jim .Champion. .

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Ira Fac. TumblesAK iSporlons Bullet Fliers,


School 2-0

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I. The University of Tampa's vaunted aerial game, with
By the slim margin of a safety, the sensational Bill Minahan and counter-part Ed Peck doing

Training: Facilities upset highly most of the pitching, was the difference as the Spartans

favored Aviation Storekeeper buffeted Jax: Navy, 26-6, 'neath the arcs at Phillips Field, \
School last week in the NATT-
Tampa. Fla.., last Saturday.
Center Intramural Touch Football -
1Q'. R Although outplayed the second
League to gain undisputed possession ning.
of first place. half, the homestanding collegianswere Minahan and Peck, the namulYUOD"D10UI
sufficiently cushioned by ahreetouchodwn
Aviation with success at the
Both Electrician School at the
advantage
Ordnance hit Cigar City campus, connectedon
and Navy expected -
Intermission to dissolve -
any question
12 of 20 hf'afor 157
strides as second division entries of the ultimate outcome.All .
their the yards, 24 more yards than the
began push on
four of the enemy TDs were
could afoot.
Spartan manage
leaders. FLYING "TANK"-One of the stalwarts of the Jax Navy line carried overland, but Mlnahan and The final score however, which

Daly Score Three all season has been 194-pound guard Ron "Tank" Lawhead. He Peck set up a pair each with pin- matched the sports writers' pre-

Jim Daly of the Elecs rompedfor comes to the Fliers by way of Altoona, Pa., and is playing his point passing that had the Jax not Indicative
second season here. The Fliers Norfolk Friday night at game forecast, was
three touchdowns in his team's engage defenders groggy most of the eve-
and role
Norfolk. of the aggressive spirited
33-0 victory over Ordnance Ma- portrayed by the Fliers.

rines. Bob Mackey hit pay dirt
Norfolk Tars Brutal officiating by gentlemen
twice. Host Jax obviously disguised behind South-

Ordnance Navy got its power eastern Conference arm bands had

and passes functioning and rolled the locals with their backs to the

tip a 35-0 count over Company 38. Navy Crew Friday Night wall the situation should have
Lou Hanlon led the scoring with been reversed.

14 points, while Bill Bunting,
Chuck .Kilroy and Chuck Francis With an opportunity to even their season record at 2-2, Navy received the opening kick-

tallied a TD each. the Jax Navy Fliers left late Tuesday by bus for Norfolk, off at the 10 with Jack Bishop

SS Surprises MAD Va., where they'll renew football hostilities with the Norfolk sauntering to the 31. Three line

I Tars at McClure Field, Friday night. smashes produced a scant seven
Special Services turned in the yards and Bishop punted to Mina-
Jax Navy made a two-
surprise of the week by downing was his team, "Is getting organizedand han who returned nine yards to
touchdown favorite the
Marine Air Detachment, 60. Len on will reach a peak in the the Tampa 39.

Kehl broke away for the lone strength of opponents played next two ball games." That A pltchout, Mlnahtin to Full-
thus far.Thelast.
touchdown. would make the Fliers the first back Tom Speck, gained to too

Other results: Co. 36, 0; Co. 37, I time the Fliers were victim,' for the Tar mentor made 43. Senior Halfback Charity

0. Co. 34, 7; Co. 35, 6. Co. 38, I established as favorites they responded the statement prior to playing Barrie tucked in a Minahan
with win their first
a ,
6; MAD, 0. Co. 34, 1; Co. 36, p. Quonset Point, Oct. 2. overhead for 30 year and a first
and only, a 13-0 triumph over
AON, 2; Co. 35, 0. In its first two games, Norfolkwas down at the FlleiV 27. Al Leathers -
Shaw AFB, Oct. 3.Tars' ripped apart for 85 points. ._
STANDINGSTu. Coach _" "V ,-_ W _, ,_-,_ carried six yards on second
"Hopeful"On Ex-Jax Navy tailback Darrell down.
w. J.. T. two occasions the local T- TilE MENDOTA HULL Dig
TI'H FIIC .. .. . .. . 3 0 0 Spang is one of the cogs in the Ray Brown knifed through the
MAD . .. .. .. .. .. .. 2 1 0 formation disciples were clad in Tars "yet to produce" offensive things come in small packages, Tampa defenders to Peck for
AK School .. ........ .... 2 1 0 and this 185-pound bungle that spill
Andthat's
AO Nay)') ........ .. ... :3 :2 0 the robes of the underdog. setup. stands 5.11 can maneuver no gain, but on fourth down Min
Co.5: .. .. . .. .. ... 2 2 0IE how it came out. Fort Den around like a cat. lie's Leo Kel-
Few Injuries ahan found II. L. lucre alone on
School ... .. .. 2 :2 0
(.o..6 . .. .I". ... .. .. 2 2 1 ning whipped Jax Navy, 12-7, Injuries were at a minimumin ley, a letterman with the Fliers the five for a first down. Harris
Co. M .... .. .. ........ .. 1 1 0 who returns to action Friday -
('0.34 .. .. .. ... .. 1 .1 0 and the University of Tampa the Jax camp following the night against Norfolk, after swept left end on a quick pItchout -
Serve . .. . .. t :3 0
Spec. turned the 'trick, 26.6, last week.
AO I Murlnel) .. .. .. . 0 :l 0 loss to Tampa. Halfback Chuck being side-lined during pre- for the tally.
Co. 37 . .. .. . 0 3 1 Norfolk coach Jim Lail claims C I a rid i y is sidelined with a season scrimmage.GrayChaff. Reggie Colvard's try from place

bruised ankle, and Tackle Char- -:- ment was wide and the Spartans

FOOTBALL liq Leonard is still bothered witha Duo were six-np with less than four

SPECIALFor knee injury. minutes time elapsed. That's howit

Carl Wall, who opened at left Two-Ball stood to the quarter.
( Week of October 17)) Cops
half for the Fliers in the '53 de- Less than a minute remained In

Duke .............. .. Army but against Fort Denning, has the first heat when Tampa took

Colgate :. DartmouthHarvard returned to the .lineup, ChampionshipMastering over on its own 38 as the Fliers

Columbia Changes were not evident in bogged down at mid field and

Quantico /...................... Holy Cross the locals starting assignments. the station i golf punted.

Ohio State ................................ Pennsylvania At the ends will be Jim Arnold course with comparative ease, the Little Fred Chlcado, a 170-
Minnesota Illinois and Junior Cassell. Currie Meyer team of Bette Gray and Lou Chaff pound express from Central

... State drubbed Lt. Bill and Mary Barrows -
Indiana Michigan and Ray Drown have the inside
6 and :5 S to top the 1953
,
Kansas State
Colorado track for the tackle berths and ,
Station Mixed Two-I a11 Cham- THE YARDSTICK
Northwestern :Michigan Ron Lawhead and Elmer Turnerare .

Oklahoma A. and ){. .............. Houston listed as guards. pionship last week. Jar Nary Tampa I'
The win 10 ... Flr t Downs .. .. II:
capped a magnificent '
Wisconsin ..... v,.......... Perdue Co-captain Everett Crews, a 73 ..... \'uda Rushing ..... m

Tennessee .................................. vs. ...._..... Alabama near 60-minute performer all performance by the Gray-Chaff 41 10 ..............Yards raiticf Patting Att. .............. 1.V7 20:
duo which behind
Auburn ...................................... vs. ......._................... Georgia TechL. season, has the center position was never at 3...... PRMOi Comp ...... 12
any time during tournament play. :5 So 26 ....... Punts, Avg..6, 3H
s. U.. ........... Georgia all but under lock and key. 3...... Fumbles Lost ...... 0

:Mississippi: State ..._............... vs. ............................... Kentucky In the backfield it will be Jack Outcome of the match was never 60...... Yards Penalized ..... M
In doubtas the winners took
Mississippi ................................ vs. ,............................. Tulane Bishop at quarter. Wall and Joey
the lead from the start to buildan
Rice ............................................ .........._............ S. M. U Turman at the halves and Homer City, Pa., carried a pikhout 19
Texan A. and ._........ T. C. U. Brinson at full.Auburn. imposing five-up margin Into yards to the Navy 45. On the'

Marquette .................................. ..... Arizona e the backside hut play .f the quarter he
Unlike Its big slater, the second
sneaked through tackle for IS

.". (Predict Th Score of This Game) State flight championship match was a"closie" more. Two line plays and a pe- .
Jack and Drum Tefft
nalty teat Tampa to the 29.

Sax Navy................................. .*. Norfolk Foil Football eked out a 1-up decision from, Casey Peck was at the throttle on -
and Nadine Mat to haul
fourth down and he spotted Leathers

Name ..................... Rate/Rank .-.. away honors. meandering on the 14 for another
SpecialistsA All even after 17 holes, the
(First) (Last) first down, the pass covering
match was broken wide open on
record total of entries poured 15 yard Leathers deftly spun to
I the second: shot to the 16th when
Unit Assigned To ..*... Phone............... -........ over the Conte8't Editor's desk the male member of the Tefft the 10 and Sophomore Guy Amuso

C for the Football Special of Oct. picked up six more.
tandem stroked a two-wood shot
RULES 10, with three prognosticates six feet from the pin. Again on the quick pitchout,
ringing the bell with only two In- Leathers carrying, the Spartans

I. T. ..Ur the ,*.i*.t you J1.>JT !1..lut... jeer eh.U. .{ each' correct guesses. had their second touchdown. Ted

p.redlft i.Mr ft It r ill UtUg f amf,.place. .IX)."if) after the. sim"" U e t t4'1.tum.', ,I. VVktak will Tie-Breaker DecidesR. Pinboys/ In DemandFor Green converted and it was 130.

play ,. a u. ...n. W. Jackson, AMC, of NATTCenter Penalties sent the Fliers Into a
to fce predicted .. MI Uta *..!.. 'Ties *...* .1 /M Leagues
I. All are
gftate punting situation at their I own
ANP) School, won first
I leases nolfki prrdlctrd. With
an anticipated
tILt spate pest'ided l sadleati the seers .* Ih rnll > '.*. *,.. place prize of a $5 merchandisechit pay eight. Bob Batson booted to Uin-
tfe&kVr. I. et VlU the per.. with the a..it aful'/ Hr raise in the offing, Special
ewe on the strength of a 27-6 ahan on the 45 and he legged it
cere will wU tile eoatrit. Services has issued another cal}
tilled oat will ..t be ,...Id..d. to the Navy 26. Mlnahan to Harris
4. Entry ..I.... lacers pletely prediction of Tampa over lax Na -
the.se for
the "" .1 pinboys at the Malnsid
('..',,"a', ..., wake .u 1..s nltrU'.1 plus la4lle.U.C clicked for 25: yards.It .
tiebreaker I. be ellllbJe.I. bowling alleys.All .
... vy.In
and f'-ft"f11.lf'1I for say vs. with was Mlnahan the TD 7
I. the eveat II game I. poet .f final raU.(.. second place a 14-0 interested personnel ou ,
? II a.kmlltle&ll eaelsded fr.m the uat..t guess on the tie-breaker favoring driving I hU way through the i
.. w..ll lOut be submittedene, Rai di.Kls00.ridsiay should avail themselves of this
Entry
the In AI' News Office in the t M tile "IU... Tampa was Tom Grinstead. ACt, chance to obtain extra pin mon- middle oa a quarterback sneak.
.
.I the e.avenie.t ,If'.' P.ia. throughout .. of NATTCenter. Colt ard again missed for the
-
with 'he perrs.nel Information be had
and earilla asarPRIZES ey. may
7. ffUlUmlig Ih military Jaz Air news, are, ass* enter' the Taylor Predicts Tie by phoning 593 or calling at one-pointer and the half Hided,
each will 1M all.wed. Leon PRC of NA TT- 19-0.
I. person Taylor, ,
t.
Only sae entry
.... I the Mainside
?h.r.lry
the bowling
.Jlr Air P" alleys.
thf
t. Wi...." ",ill lie ..naw,.n' the I. I. plaf.d.. Center ANP( ) School, was the Navy broke the ice in the third
the tiat.rdl)" !lI,1a tame More boys are needed to as-
third entry to miss only two stanza with Fullback Homer i
sure continued play In Intra-
chits will IM .",a.4. t... tsp games. lie foresaw a 0-0 tie at mural bos-ling competition. Brinson piling over left tackle

three I'rises ntr'"t.t.ltsg, nn'$10 plats I.II merchandise U, seeend place is $1, .ad third place b =Y.S the Cigar City (Please Turn to Pare 8, Col. 5)I'.J )




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mm.m: NavyMarineBoxers


Split
(Items offering for sale articles ,'

of property such as washing With

machines, automobiles, furniture, Army

radios, clothing and the like are
Breaking even with four win

prohibited by Defense Department in eight inter-service bouts, the
regulations. This column will,
Jax Navy-Marine
varsity boxing
3
a a
however, list I such services as
squad turned in a good perform
available housing, rides wanted
ance against the soldiers of Camp
and lost and found articles, or
.
Stewart Ga\ there
last Wednesday
other similar notices). night.

FOR KENT I P The Doughboys boasted several
Furn. 2 rm. eff. apt. 3909 Boone \&t : .
Golden Gloves champs, a National
Park Ave., Mrs. Phillips
title holder and
a Far
Six rm. apt., 1504 River Blvd., -: P !
East champ in their lineup but
Ph. 112-8-5661 Mrs. S.
Ortega. .0 YM
the Jax squad took them in
Page. stride.
Turn. apt. Ph. 8-4235. $40 mo.
Among; the surprises was the

Mrs. Miller 8 kayo by Charles Moore of lax

Unfurn. house. 5305 San Juan Ave. against Jimmy Jackson, for- .
Ph. 25867. Mr. Salter.
mer heavyweight champion of
Unfurn. 2 bdrm. house. 524 W. the Far East.

24th St. Ph. Ext. 4383, Mr. SHOP REPS MEET-New members of the seven Overhaul and Repair department Shop Committees In an upset, Coleman Adams,

Vinson. recently held their first meeting with management. Shop Committees are the connectinglink Jax Navy lost close decisionto
Furn. 3 bdrm. house. 4557 Blount between management and employees. In attendance were, seated (left to right) Christine a
Hartwell; Paul Dreibelbls; William Atwood; J. E. Gay; Horace Duncan; Capt. Leonidas Coates, Johnny Moten, National A. A.
Alcorn 4401
C. Ortega
Ave. Cont., O & R officer; .James Lamb; Ernest Chambliss; Roland Couey; Bryan Cornwall and Iva Hooper. U. 'lightweight champ. Chuck
Farms Circle. Standing (left to right) Frank Dyers; Hiram Van Houten; Dorothy Farady; Edwin Robinson; Rob- Darden of Jax defeated Camp
Furn. 3 rm. apt. Ph. 2-7327, Mrs. ert Wagner; Dewitt Hewell and James Wood.
Stewart. lightweight Baney Sutton -
Doonan, Murray Hill. "

Two rm. furn. apt. 4602 Palmer Hewett Chosen Rough GoingIn .
Ave Ph. 2-8351, Mrs. :Moxley. NAS Tax Lists The soldiers will trek to Jack
sonville for match in
a return
Three rm. furn. apt. Murray Hill Eleven CO's
POoftheWeekAt MainsideNet January at the NATTCenter Auditorium -
section. Ph. 8-1760, Mrs. Bal-
lantyne. In 13 YearsSince .

Small house. $60 mo. Mrs. Pop- NATTCenter LoopMaintaining I
it was commissioned i
pell. Ph. 29010. Guys Gals Slate
Three (This is the secoitd (in a new thirteen years ago today, Na- their lead in the ,
rm. furn. apt. 2805 Chero-
petty officer of the week val Air Station Jacksonville scramble for Mainside volleyball
kee Ave. Mrs.
Ortega. $70 mo. LinksTournaments'
Fall
Grasf. aeries at the Naval Air Tech- has had! eleven commanding honors are the Beavers of Fasron Cup

Three nical Training Center), officers. 109, who copped two wins in last
rm. furn. apt. 4502 Irvington -
Ave. Ph. 8-6768., Mrs. Car Until he came here in Februaryof Capt. Charles P. MasonI I week's competition

ney. this year Robert Hewett, RM2: served as the first commanding In ,the highlight of the young

I Five room bungalow. 3934 Mc- leading petty officer in the Communications officer from October 1940 volleyball season, the league-lead- Competition in the Fall Cup

Girth Blvd. Ph. 2-8538, Mrs. G. ,office at NATTCenter Until May 1942. ers knocked off a strong Fasron Tournament gets underway Sat

Moody. had spent most of his nearly Since then NAS has had as Six combine, needing three gamesto urday over the station greens

nine years in the service either its CO's Capt. John D. Price accomplish* the task, by scores and fairways. The annual golfing
Two room furn. apt. Ph. 2-4275,
Mrs. Groves. aboard ship or on shore duty in from May 1942 to March 1943; Of 15-9, 11-15, and 1511. highlight has attracted a large

the Far East. Capt. J. S. Michael, from The Beavers other win came via list of entrants.At .
Three bdrm. furn. house. 4355
lie joined the Navy in Dec. March 1943 to August 1943; the forfeit route over 0 & R, a press time,.57 names gracedthe
Baltic. Ph. 9-4246, Mrs. Marsh.
1944 at Kansas Capt. Arthur Gavin, August team that dropped out of league entry list, .all of whom are
Two rm. furn. apt. 852 St. Clair
1943 until April 1944; Capt. 'play earlier in the season. hopeful of copping the prize won
Ph. 8-3992, Mrs. Breese. City, Mo., and
W. Wv Smith, from April 1944 Members of the Beavers are: last .year by Judd Pearson, who

Furn. room. 529 Kingsley Ave., after boot to November 1944; Capt. H. E. Bob Adamson, Gene Carlson, Lar- is not defending the title.

Orange Pk. Ph. 8-3362, Wir- camp at San Regan, November 1944 until ry Snook, Tom Hcrrman, Don Os- All Naval personnel with an

housky. Diego was as- June 1945. ewalt, Nick Stefanchick, Charlie eligible handicap may enter the

Furn. eff. apt. 427 Park St., Mrs.E. signed to the Capt. A. R. Brady, June 1945 Petty, Jim Bolin, L. D. Bowen and tourney by merely placing their

Lee.Working. to June 1947; Capt. H. S. Dick Watson. name on the golf shack bulletin

couple will share home antl-IUb-j Duckworth, June 1947 to June I -...--- board or by phoning 8157.
with widow. Ph. 98-5357 .
> .
1948 Alvin Malstrom
I.
Mrs. Hood. trol In the ; Capt. Weather Report

Three rm. furn. apt. $35 mo.. 2363 North Pacific, Ilewel: 'N 1t June 1948 to June 1950; Capt.' Evidently old Jupe Pluvius has Spartans Buffet
Douglas T. Day from June
Myra St. Ph. 7-{738, Mrs. including stops at the bleak out- had words with Old Sol, and for
1950 until August 1952. (Continued from Page 7))
the first time in weeks it
George. posts of the Aleutian chain many ,
The present commanding of- from the three to culminate an
Furn. apt. 2831 St. Johns. Ph. In 1946 he went aboard the USS looks like 'the old fella with the
ficer is Burnham C. Me- 85-yard sortie.
Capt.
bright shining face is the
2-9954, Mrs. Barrs. Carmick, a destroyer-minesweep getting
in the Fliers' drivt
Caffree, who assumed com- Payoff plays
and then to the USS better of the battle. He's scaredoff
Three room furn. apt. 3131 Nolan er, Rogers,
from to Mor-
mand August 15, 1952. were passes Bishop
with in Korea and Jupe and his bundle of showers '
duty Japan
St. Ph. 86502. $14 wk. Mrs. ris Wilson for 27 yards and to
Green. the China Station. at least for the week-end, accordIng -
Jim Arnold for 15.: The Carolina
Senior Catholic ChaplainAt to the Weather man.Here's '
FOR SALE Aboard the he took
Rogers partin Comet, who ate up 44 yards on
Three bdrm. house with 4567 the A-Bomb at Enl-! the outlook for the next
gar. explosion NATTCenter DepartsLt. 14 carriers, bit off a 13 -yard

Ulmer Ave. Ph. 2-3551, Mrs. wetok. Connell McGuire, Senior three days: chunk during the proceedings.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday
ttunkles. After two years of duty in the Catholic Chaplain at the Naval Chicado raced around left end
-Fair and sunny, with partly
MISCELLANEOUSRiders Philippines at Cavite he went Air Technical Training Center, from eight yards out with less

wanted to Miami. Lv. Fri. aboard the USS Grainger, a cargo was detached this week for duty cloudy skies. Mild temperaturesin than 25 seconds remaining in the

aft. 16 Oct. Return Mon. morn- ship, in 1952, serving in the West aboard the carrier USS Tarawa. the middle 80's.He fourth quarter for tlje Spartans'final

Ing for'muster. Ph. Jerry Short, Pacific, then came to NATTCenter. Father McGuire came to the is a native of Philadelphia.Lt. tally. Harris I InterceptedDave

Ext. 8564. Naval.Air. Technical Training (f jg) Robert F. Barlick Is Hildreth's desperation heaveon

Lost: Cameo earring at NATTC newe t t. is a former middle- Center on his first appointment to the remaining Catholic Chaplainat the Navy 33 to set up the

movie. Reward. Mrs. B. Kuyrk- weight boxer in the Navy. the Naval service last November the Training Center. marker.
.. endall. Ph. 11282942.

Will baby sit, day or ,evening. Ph.

, 84956.ilton. Mrs. Addle 1775 Ham- i II Headlines Tell Story Of Happenings At Station During Past Year | I'Cane


Will'baby sit Ph. 2-8746 Mrs.I
What happens in a year's timeat Hunters of VJ-2 Cited Years quito Survey in Cuba

Fondry. NAS Jax, which celebrates its for Efforts Station Leads Others in ,In- NATTC Students Work on
Will baby sit. Ph. 7-5901, Mrs.
13th anniversary today. The Civilian Technicians Visit dustrial Safety First "Real Jets"
Bowen, 2031 Herschel.
headlines tell the story: Center's Ordnance Three Carriers in Jax Waters O &, R Expansion Program
Will baby sit. Miss Joyner, 1533 -
Oct. 1952- Nation's Reserves School May\ 1953-First Jet Instru- Nears Construction State
Osceola. Ph. 7-4197.
trained by Malmos No. 1 School. ment Link Trainer Now In Ope- Aug. 1953-Charity Carnival
Baby sitter. 1023 Oak St. Mrs. Feb. 1953-Accidents Figures
USS Tarawa First To Dock ration Profit Greater Than $60,000
Hess. Ph. 74704.Swimming Show Downward. Trend During
. At Mayport Basin Pier Naval Charity Carnival Held Sept. 1953-VF-44 Cited FOr
.
, Local Blood Center Among 52.USS Ten VF-32 Pilots Win 'E's' Efforts off Korea
Bennington Docks at
Leading ContributorsNov. in First Exercises with Cou- 41 Local Airman Complete

TeamUnderstaffed 1952-0 & R takes To Lo- Mayport gars NARTU Recruit Training

cal Manufacturing.Third Tech Training Command June 1953-Jax Air News Gar- AGO School Diplomas Go To

Place for NARTU Jax honors 500,000th Graduate ners Coveted Department of Defense 144 Ensigns

Competitive swimmers are in '52 Competition March 1953-$1,500 Carnival Award Naval Hospital Gets First

sorely needed by the Jax Navy ,Station Receives Top Navy Check Given to Easter Seal AK School Greets First Classof POW PatientOct.

varsity and Coach Phil Grignon Safety Awards Drive] Marine Officers 1953-Members of Royal

: has issued a call for all interested Dec. 1952-Windshield Decals Queen to Reign At Charity Demons of VF-171 Set' Jet Air Force 220 Squadron, here for

persons to turnout with the For Autos. Carnival Gunnery Records for '53 "Operation Mariner"

I squad. 4,000 Employees at NAS Fifth Annual Boys' Baseball July 1953Carrier Mindora Check for $44,00 derived from

Practice is held each week Granted Wage IncreaseJan. Camp Held Here 1953 Charity Carnival funds,

night at the NATTCenter Indoor 1953 $10,000 Carnival April 1953-Center Facility USS Wasp Holds Open House presented to. Jax United

Pool, Building 614. Fund Check to Navy Relief Graduates 1,877 During Two Jax Unit Makes First Mos- Fund drive.