Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 22, 1953
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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I I Traffic Violations Show Ignorance Of Basic Rules, RegulationsMany II

: of the traffic violation L Speed Umltst Accordingto Parking strictly forbidden on of turn.

aboard the station stem from traffic signs posted, 30 mph Yorktown. Car secured when a a

plain carelessness, but a good and 20 in others. Not to exceed parked, with hand brake on and 6. Turning Corners Braking e
many of them also are a resultof 30. 'Ignition key removed. and arm signals must be

drivers Ignoring the basic 2. Pa, lngt Only when road 4. Signals Full stop at stop given in time to give car be-
rules and regulations of traffic 1 Is unobstructed for safe pass signs with proper signal! of arm hind proper notice. Car mustbe

control on the base, and In the ing. :Must not exceed the speed extended and forearm loweredat brought to full stop before

state. limit. Passing on left hand 90 angle. Left arm extended completing turns. Car must

Herewith are listed estab- side only. and not on curves. horizontally for left stay in proper lane during the
lished regulations. Under 'circumstances x* a hand turn. Left arm extended execution of (urn

not covered in these S. Parking *nd Curb ParkIng with. forearm raised In vertical 6. Space Between Cars One t

rules, the Florida State laws : Posted areas only. No position for right hand turn. 'car link for every ten miles per .
s h o u I d' be applicable in all double parking whatsoever. Restricted Signals for turns must be giv- hour of speed must be, main- ..

cases: yellow curb parking en within 150 feet from point (Please Turn to Pare 2, Col; 3))

0 & R, Tours r --_. t

ZIPPERED C II U T E- Explaining -

Planned For ro I non-contracting the operation and nonexpanding of the-

xjjwsVOL11 zipper on the new
chute is Paul .Morgan, PKC, of
VP-3.. Joe Kedrowski, AN, of
; Fasron 109, models the latestIn
Fleet PilotsNavy aviation parachutes.

No. 28 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Flo. 22 October 1953

pilots, who take the ... ---- ZipperedActionNewest

finished product and fly it AF
,._ i Feature
through the wild blue yonder,

will have their education in Officer Visits

other facets of aviation enhanced y'x $':, For Parachutes"Camerashutter

beginning Nov. 5. + Weather UnitA speed" apt-

Fleet pilots and other fleet officer F ly describes the action of the

will be given an opportunity Vii, y x high ranking Swedish officer newest type of airplane parachute -
to view overhaul of aircraft, paid a visit to the Hurricane now in operation.
engines and equipment during a Recently received at the Fas,
Hunters of VJ-2 here recently as
series of tours of the station's ron 109 parachute loft, Building .
.. : part of his tour of the U. S. to
huge Overhaul and Repair department 158, are some of the new type
: learn the latest American weather zipper-opening chutes Replacing -

CAPT. LEONIDAS D. CoatesJr. forecasting developments. the old style chutes, the
., Overhaul and newly modified one features two
Repair Colonel Carl Oscar Herrlin,
announced that tours beginning sets of strong steel bands which
weekly -
Chief of the Swedish Air
Thursday, Nov. 5, will be allow the pack to fly open much
initiated to orient aviators and Force Weather Service, revealed faster than others with the '

other personnel on work done at during the visit that he thought spring and elastic apparatus.

the local O & R. American weather forecastingand The'nonexpandable and non-

TilE TOURS, which wiU be con- ..._ "._..'_n' weather reconnaissance was contracting zipper, which Is released -
by pulling the ,
ducted from 0900 to 1100 will be out the of rip-cord
SWEDISH COLONEL VISITS-Pointing path a recent especIally good."
limited to pilots and fleet officersat hurricane to Col. Carl Oscar Herrlln, Chief of the Royal travels the length of the chute
the outset, but will be to Swedish Air Force Weather Service, is Comdr. Lukas V Dachs, a with lightning speed. Eight I
open cmmanding officer of Weather .Squadron Two. Colonel Herrlln The Swedish Colonel also sta- steel bands then spring open allowing (
other interested Naval personnel is on a 35-day tour of weather centers in the United; States.Engineering ted he was particularly impressed I the chute to be drawn
later. Captain Coates also revealed -
that each touring group by the ingenious instrumentsused out of the pack In a matter of

will be .limited in size, to. give I Group by both military and civilian split seconds. .
each individual a closer and bet weather centers in this coun
ter picture of the operations within I
try.New Aliens
In Service
the shops. Qualified guides developments learned by
will be provided. Colonel Herrlin during his U. S. i
Pilots and fleet officers Inter- Due Here MondayAbout Visit may be applied to Sweden's Take Steps To :

ested In making these tours need military weather service in an

just dial extension 273 and stipulate 300 members of the Society of American Military effort to maintain a high efficiency Become CitizensName
date desired. It is requested of weather service for
Engineers will pay a visit to Jacksonville. Navy installations
that those making appoint- Monday as part of the group's semi-annual board of directors' planned air operations in the : Garolds J, Talmon
ments in the date book to try to convention. Royal Swedish Air Force. tas. !

keep that date so as not to throw a Born: Oct. 14, 1933, at S
the tour schedule out of order. Arranging the program Is Rear were fewer engineers in the U. S. Kaunas Lithuania.
Adm. Osborne B. Hardison, Com- Although he speaks near-per- ,
than are scheduled to visit here When to the United
come I
mander Fleet Air Jacksonville, fect English, interspersed occasionally -
Battle'E'AwardTo along with James Ingrain, presi- next week. There are more than with a Swedish WjOrd, States: He wrote In "May, 1950::; ," 7

dent of the Jax post of the society. 400,000 engineers today. Only Colonel Herrlin revealed to VJ2 and went on to the next ques-

Be Presented The Jax chapter will be three honorary life members have personnel that this was his tion. 1 I
first trip to America and that The form was an Application '
host to the visitors during their ever been designated. They are,
he was particularly impressed by for Naturalization, and the young
To VP-3 Friday stay. a a General of the Army Douglas the many resources of this coun- Lithuanian was applying for U. S.

MacArthur, General of the Army try and the comparative ease citizenship under the liberal pro-
On the agenda are tours of NAS
Patrol Squadron Three will John J. Pershing and Maj. Gen. that weather forecasting prob- visions of Public Law 86, passedby
Jacksonville, NAS Field and
be awarded the ComAirLant Naval Bash Green CJecil Cove Springs Mason M. Patrick. lems are solved in this country. Congress. ti
-- ------ I A MARINE at ANP( ) Schoolat
Battle award at
Efficiency a I Sleek Navy jets will play a large r< NATTCenter, Talmontas wan
ceremony Friday, it was announced part in the sights to be shown the
one of the hundreds of aliens in 4
by Capt. Theodore 0. engineers. A jet high speed pass the military service now eligibleto
and field carrier landing practice ARNr
Dahl, Commander Fleet Air apply for American citizenship #
have been scheduled in additionto
Wing Eleven.The firefighting demonstration and after 90 days In the armed forces,
rather than the
award will be made to static displays.The three-year period

Comdr. George D. Ghesquiere, engineers will also view the previously set up.
,f The story of Talmontas' past
commanding officer of the squadron "Dllbert Dunker" at the Indoor 7t *
life and of how he happened to
by a representative of Com- in
Pool, used for training pilots
come to the U. S. was typical of
mander Fleet Air Wings, Atlan- and demonstration
ditching procedures a -
many of those who had arrived
tic Fleet of the jet ejection seat.A .
since the end of WWII. Born In
All units of Fleet Air Wing 11 tour of the Overhaul and Re- Lithuania
he had fled to Ger-
in the Jax area, will take part In pair department shops has also ,af, % ,9LF many with his parents in 1910

the ceremony, scheduled for 1100, been arranged, along with a trip when the Russians had taken over
on the ramp area between Han- to Green Cove Springs I Naval the Baltic countries.AS .

gar 124 and Hangar. .140.Weather Base, home of the mothball fleet. A ROY he heard the usual
4 a a %dd tales about the United States that

Report. Founded In January 1920 to ad- everyone was a millionaire and

The weather man predicts a vance the science of military en- that the streets were crowded

fair, mild weekend with possible I gineering, to assist the nation in with gangsters. Democratic government .

scattered showers. Here's .the I preparedness by promoting efficiency .......--.- was not entirely new
three-day outlook: and to foster good rela- CITIZENSHIP VIA MILITARY SERVICE-Twp Marines from though, as the Lithuanian govern. .
FridaY-Clear, partly cloudy. tions between civil and military Marine Aviation Detachment at NATTCenter have their fingerprints ment had been founded on democratic -
Saturday-Fair, scattered showers engineering professions, the SAMEis taken as the first step in applying for U. S. citizenship principles.
in afternoon. composed of many highranking under provisions of Public Law 86. The law permits aliens to apply He had lived in Germany durIng
after serving In the Armed Forces 90 days. Left is Pfc. Garolds
Sunday-Continued mild. Scattered military leaders. the war, and in a DP camp
Talmontas, from Lithuania, and at right is Pfc. Edgar .Mendez,
showers in afternoon.. Ont ,hundred years ago there Guatemala 'Pfc. It. D. ,Taylor (center) takes the prints. (Please Turn to Pare 2, Col. 1)I )


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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 22 October 1'953

Film Debut Ruined

:r Jt1K *sI I Mosquito Foils Screen Test For Ordnance ChiefHis I II

: expert? knowledge of Na-
, Published every Thursday for Navy an4 Marine activities at Naval Air test.EVERYTHING normal
/: BUtlon. Jacksonville! Fla. val Aviation Ordnance gave was .

't. t\;;: Cwndr. James 1L Armstrong ......... .................I.I..lxecuUOLUcer: Jack E. Hamilton the job as minute length film by repre
Fleet Alf JackseatUlt
), Rear Adm. Osbome B. Hardlaon ..................................Cornrnander technical advisor on a training sentatives of the Naval PhotographIc
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins ........................................O iet of SUM
t', Fleet Air Wlag Elete film taken recently at Cente, and a commer
. Capt. Theodore Dahl .................. ......,.--.-........................ ..".....Commander
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton. ?................................Chief;: Staff OfUcerNifal NATTCenter AO Schools.. But cial film.
Alf TetkalraJ Tralalit Ceater Commanding Officer, the promiscuity of the mos- However, when the time V
David .1
.. / Comdr; Richard McCampbell S. StuartGpt. ......... ..........................Executive Officer quitoes around Jacksonville came for Chief Hamilton to :
>*..! Hospital
Capt. Edward S. Lowe ---- Commanding Officer caused him to fail on his screen step into the picture and point
Capt. L. A. Newton Executive. OfficerNABTv
TS5S out vital components of the

Capt.Corodr.John Anthony L. Counlhan Irusso_..........................>.,.....Commanding...Executive Officer Officer Traffic Violations equipment involved, his hand I

The JAX AIR NEWS t la published\ weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station. (Continued from Pace t) appeared ,in the lenses like a :4
Jacksonville. Florida, and printed commercially with' non-appropriated fundsat
mountain in the
desert with
no expense to the government and In compliance with, NAVEXO3, P-35. Rev tamed at all times
N,.. 1%... Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Sutton the middle. .
Naval Air Technical' Training Center Naval Air Reserve Training Unit NavalAir 7. Passenger Ilck-ups: Stops ,. '
Station Cecil field, and the U. S. Naval Hospital. HE HAD BEEN attacked by :
for must be madeat .
Editor-Andrew II. PlaneyAssistant passengers --'". _' ., .. ,,';OO. a wM,tee.
Editor-Helen Harper Spoils. Editor-John Charvat. AN; Staff proper points.. These include one of the local winged mon- I
.- home SNj Gordon Robbie SN; ARMED FOR ATTACK-
ftl'porlnl-Ed Henderson PNSNj \ I sters of the "Culex Pun-
driveways, puking lots genus I
Circulation-Distribution-Marge P ; Vivian I Knox SN. Chief Aviation Ordnanceman
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a =bPOi the Armed Forces Press Service. and non-thoroughfares. Pass- gens" (#/&?*!II! mosquIto),, and Jack Hamilton, Instructor at
AFPS written material permission: appearing of Armed In this Forces publication Press Service.may not Republication bt reprinted I of withoutthe other enger pick-up of any kind is the welt it had raised just NATTCenter AO Schools, eyes
matter except by soviet publications. U prohibited without permission of strictly forbidden on York. wouldn't go in modern day the above turret warily lie's
Editor: JAX AIR NEWS looking for the mosquito which
Editorial offices located Building! 930' (topside). Phone extensions 8184 town. photography. "- caused a large welt on his

and nILGibbons 8. Stopping During Emergencies He stepped out-of the pictureand hand, and ultimately caused
Win Honors All vehicles must cometo let Chief Aviation Ord- him to flop his screen test fora
Cavin Gilman film taken at the
an immediate atop with the nanceman Clyde'W.. Brown of Center *
tires touching the curb upon the AO Schools become the

At Three Training ,Center Schools approach of fire trucks, police "Star" of NATTCenter, but
25 Jax a
cars, ambulances armed emer Hamilton's advice remainedas
Three students were recognizedfor Finishing with a 91.11 average, gency cars or other emergency law in technical matters. l

their high standings in Naval Marine Pfc. Chandler R. Gilman, vehicles. Undisputed right of Be Guests At
Air Technical Training Center ;
Sioux City, Iowa, received the way must be given to any vehicle -
schools last w,ek. honorman certificate in Airman carrying bombs or explo Aliens In ServiceContinued t

Richard R. Gibbons, AKAN, School's graduating sives. Halloween Party ..
Preparatory ( from Page 1)) h
was honor student of the gradu- class last Friday. I
ating class from Aviation Storekeeper near Nuremberg from 1945 till Twenty-five children from the
School.Gibbons. Oilman wholed 1950 when he and his parentshad Children's Home Soctety In Jacksonville t.'
a class I of finally gotten the chance to will be guests of depen

a Naval Re- 153, Is now onhis come to the US.- dent children and their parentsof

nervist with i way to Pho- A TOOL and die maker in Chicago the Naval Air Station ,at a "

Surface Division tographersMate CATHOLIC before enlisting In the Marines Halloween Party Saturday afternoon \
of School at October 31, at NATTCen-
3-60 Talmontas plans to put his r
Sunday, Mass-0800, 0900, 1000- .
Buffalo, N. Y., Pensacola. .A St. Edward's Chapel. aviation training to use after his ter's auditorium.

rame on active 4 t K, former studentat Saturday-0800. enlistment Is up and become an The party, sponsored by the

duty in Febru the University Daily-0630. airplane, mechanic. Special Services Division of the t

ary of this of Colora- Gilmando Sunday, 0630-Mass at Hospitalon Though he came from the coun- Center, begins at 1400. ,

year He Join and Mornlngside College In try farthest away, Talmontas was Prizes, games storfes and an ,,1
ed the Reserves Gibbons I Sioux City, he enlisted In the Manes Chapel.MORMON just one of several aliens In the Abbott and Costello "spook" film. .

in February, 1951.: His new duty r' in February 1953.: Navy, and Marines stationed here "The Invisible Man", will furnish ,
assignment ''is with a Lighter- i 1930-Wednesday Office.CIIRISTIAN NATTCChaplain's who were taking advantage of the entertainment. Souvenirs also

than-Air Squadron at NAS, Lake- A sailor and a girl ,were ridingon SCIENCE new citizenship opportunity.. Legal will be given in the ,Halloween

hurst, N. J. horseback out In the country.As 1900TuesdayNATTC- Chap.lain's offices from the commands on spirit.
Edward W. Cavin, a resident of they stopped for a rest the Office. the station reported this week Pete Bessette, AO2, and Leon-

Jacksonville was top man in the two horses rubbed necks affection- that others from Canada, Guatemala ard Kehl, SN, are handling the

A EC A) School graduating class.: ately. "Ah me," said the sailor, PROTESTANT0930A11 Scotland Ireland and Denmark event for Special Services.
Gavin joined | bIn that's what I'd like to do.." "Go Saints' Chapel. were also making.applica ..

the reserves in + ahead" said the girl "It's your 1100-All Saints' Chapel lion for citizenship under the new NAS Apprentice Club
horse." 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. law.
Dec., 1951, and
Holds First Dinner
came on active

duty in Jan., t II He Bought A Car, Forgot To Read 'Small Print' I The NAS Apprentice Club hell

1953. He is a its first in a series of semiannual
dinners last Tuesday, with
An unidentified chief petty to his automobile financing.The He circumvented the proposition
guest speakers featuring the
officer at the Naval Air Tech- chief had baJa.n6'of pro
of high school, a- though, by taking his
JaXj where.whe '''' ....;..II .nical Training Center, purchaser $891 to be paid over a two- papers to a bank and havingthe gram. '
Cavin ot''a used car, met a fast- year period with eight percent contract taken over. By Wilbur R. Gough, chief training
also scholastic honors. Helias
been won to VF-13 talking finance company em- interest."plus' handling". However doing so, despite a partial loss supervisor of NAS and James Dor-
assigned here: ployee and failed to read "the the "plus handling" was from his old contract, he saved man assistant training'supervisor,
fine print". the catch and he found $103 himself $76. talked on the problems confrontedby

As a result, he found more tacked on to hU original bal It pays to read "the smallprint" organizations such as the Apprentice
than a hundred dollars tacked ance. Club and methods of deal-
itMOVIESMAINSIDE Ing with them. Cyrus King,
c h a I r man of the entertainment
He: "Why do gentlemen prefer committee, arranged the event.
EM At Pass
Five Center blondes?"
The Apprentice Club, which:
Thurs. Ode 22
She: "Because the blondes comprises some 43 members is organized )
Take The Ground ,_
Preliminaries For NROTCFive "
know what gentlemen prefer. for coordinating effortsas
.._ Richard Widmark
Fri., Oct. 23 enlisted men at the Naval -'"' ,.... '., well as social functions. All
Thunder Over The Plains _.....- .', members are employees of NAS
: : -
Air Technical Training :7
___'n._'_'_ Randolph Scot' ,; Jax.
Sat., Oct. 24 Center have passed preliminary
Only The Valiant Gregory Peck examinations for the Naval Reserve ;; < 'HURRICANE HUNTER'JELLS

NATTCENTERThurs. Officers Training Corps : :, AIRMEN HOW

., Oct. 22 which will be held Oct. 12.
It Cam From Outer Space --. Airmen at Patrick Air Force
Applications for. the 1954 Base, Cocoa, Fla. now know the
_._...__Richard CarlsonFrI. ,
., Oct. 23 Semester at 52 United States CH' F technique 'of Weather Squadron

Take The High Ground ___ Colleges ended Tuesday. Results Two's hurricane hunting.

__...._ Richard WidmarkSat. of examinations for qualification v N./p Lt. (jg) David Campbell of VJ- -
., Oct. 24 will be made known in 2 told an audience of 2,000 Air

Thunder Over The Plains -_ February Force officers and crew membersat '

_-....-.- Randolph Scott Those passing the preliminary Patrick how VJ-2 battles hurricane -
NAVAL HOSPITAL tests were Jimmie R. forces. He spoke of his

Thurs., Oct. 22 Thompson, AA; William P. own experiences during num-

Paris Model Marilyn Maxwell Hadley, AA, of Aviation Elec OFFICER CANDIDATE-Eric Grif erous hurricane reconnaissance
Fri., Oct. 23 trician School; Bruce A. Dur- fiths, PNSN, of the Military Personnel flights, both high and low level.A .

It Came From Outer Space .-..-.g, ham, AN, Aviation Ordnance office at the Naval Air Technical Train- member the unique and

__ ......._ Richard Carbon School; Eric F. Griffiths, PN- lag Center, fits on an officer's cap with exclusive "Century Club", Lt.
n. the aid of Lt. Richard Belcher of Per-
Personnel (jg) Campbell has been with
Sat., Ode 24 SN, of the Military sonnel. Griffiths was one of five NATT
Take The High Ground.W..... Office; John McCabe, ,AN, of Center lads successfully passing:; preliminary VJ-2 since it 'was formed) in
_,\oJti vRkhardWidmar Aviation Storekeeper School. ) qualifications for NROTC. f March 19 2..


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22 October 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

Credit Union- ; FHA Branch 126 Begins

Exceeds Goal

: $ OQo' JJMJ. ___ 1953 Membership Drive"Loyalty

Of $50,000The : _

Jax Navy Federal CreditUnion' ie1. Protection, and Service", .is the motto of the Fleet

has reached its $50,000 I, Reserve Association organized 31 years ago by a group of Navy men
who realized that enlisted personnel needed a foice in governmentalaffairs.
goal. Jo: Of Hlt,1
-!7 .
Financial reports for the month ., r '
ending Sept. 30 reveal $50,952 in : : '" Even though membership 1 is limited by the Fleet Reserve Association
lqOO ',} .,>'.:'. to regular Navy enlisted men, .
total assets, well over four times Is at the local level. Branch 126,
who have served at least six
the amount on deposit when the : .. composed of active duty and re-

credit union opened for businessin Iqto .t.JJ-il<', :. .,.. ',.. .,.t J.$,:.>:/j! ..' .,. .,.....t..:,.: years on active duty, the organi tired personnel in this area, have
"" zation has for the three decades
June of 1952. Membership in .. :.. ( t ; .'. ': past many projects directed at the welfare
: : : worked for the benefit of all
the organization exceeds of the and their fami-
now <. '.: ':.. > enlisted group
1,500.. k o "k.. Navy personnel. lies.
Here at NAS Jacksonville, ,
See More Growth Representatives of Branch 126
II" Branch 126, the "Can Do Branch"
The Board of Directors has t' as it is popularly known, has invite prospective members to be-
come acquainted with the local
confidence that this is only the : started a seven-week drive to educate
Association. Every effort is be-
beginning for the youthful facil- V newcomers and old timers to

ity since potential membership is ..... """......, ..'".-". .>........,l.- the many advantages of Fleet Re- ing made to contact eligible per-
sonnel individually, but those who
such that it could be the largest OVER TilE TOP-Mrs. Dominica Breda (left) Credit Union serve Association membership. have been missed can obtain fur
4 Credit Union in Duval County, clerk, informs Joseph O'Connell, Board of Directors president, Lead Commissary Fight
and ultimately the largest in the that the Jar; Navy Credit Union assets have topped the $50,000 Branch 120 has pointed out that ther information by calling David
coal. The steady growth of the.organization in the past 17 monthsis Williams, ADI, membership chair-
the Fleet Reserve Association is
recorded here. man, phone 8.6817; William Clinton
Plans are already underway presently leading the fight to retain
ATC, phone 88-8946 or ex-
for the second annual meeting, Study Underway At AE School Commissary Stores, and has I tension 8442; and Wilson If. San-
which will be sometime gathered facts which
next pertinent defer, Branch secretary, at 2-8061,
January. Joe O'Connell, presi have been presented to high gov- : .

dent, will appoint a nominating Evaluation Tests Being ernment officials.

committee shortly to select pos During, and in the years follow- Blues For Marines\

sible candidates for next year's ing World War II, many benefitsfor
Mandatory by Nov. 9
t t officials. Names of nominees selected Planned For Fleet AE'sA Navy enlisted personnel were The Secretary of the Navy

by the nominating committee gained through the efforts of the has approved a modification to
'will be published well in membership. These included: Rotation -
advance of the meeting. current study is underway at the Aviation Electrician's Mate of duty for enlisted men, the Marine I Corps Manual

School, Naval Air Technical Training Center, to construct trouble spot promotions, transfer of patients which requires all male tempo-
Officials Named
y shooting performance tests for Aviation Electrician Mates of fleet to hospitals nearer their rary officers with permanent
The Board of Directors has units. enlisted status and Reserve officers
homes at government expense,
selected Harry E. Jarrard, O & R, on extended active
The study is being made by and establishment of quarters allowance -
to replace Charles Hart, 0 & R, fleet, and results applied by the excess of three year to pos
John J. Jensen, representative of for the first three pay
and Mrs. Jane Burns, Supply, to Office of Naval Research could sess the blue dress uniform and
the Institute for Research in Human grades.
I replace English Hilton, Supply, Relations, Philadelphia, assisted determine who might be acceler- Push Legislation accessories by Nov. 9, 1953.
as members of the Credit Com ated to advanced positions in They are required to have
a in technical matters by Even before that, legislation
mittee. Maintenance Activities I in the white dress uniform and
\ George Riley, AEC, instructor at an was affected by the combined
situation. accessories by 1 1954.
L the AEA) School, and under directions emergency strength of Individual members in April ,
POoftheWeekHonors of the Office of Naval s the Fleet l Reserve Association (AFPS).

Research. I Another written teat, has already When Congress sought in 1932,

a I been constructed to determIne during the depression, to give all '

At Center The tests, which will evaluatethe ,' the same objective. When the Fleet Reservists one year's pay in October 24Proclaimed

individual electrician, will involve present test is evaluated, and if cash, and then strike them summarily l

To Nola Mathis criteria which set up objectives i there is a high correlation between from the rolls, the Fleet
I results of the two then
by which men can cor- Reserve Association was Inatru

(This is the third in a new rectly analyze maintenance prob- one could be substituted for the mental in getting the motion de As UN Day

petty officer of the week lems. other when the opposite wu not feated.In .

erica at the Naval Air Technical Actually this will test a personon practical. 1939, the long struggle to Throughout the free world,

Training. Center.) his practicalapplicatlon of the The end objective of the entire restore "Shipping Over" money Saturday Oct. 24 will be observedas

Nola Mathis, PN3, of the Infor- theoretical knowledge he obtained program of research is to elimin was" won, and in '1940 pay for en- United Nations Day, commem- 1

mation and Education office, has while attending the technical ate as much as possible any hit- listed men retained in hospitals orating the eighth birthday of .

served two hitches In the Navy. schools and/or training receivedin or-miss ,maintenance practices, and beyond expiration of their enlist the world organization.

Her first enlistment was in Feb the fleet. It will be given to replace them with systematic actions ment was obtained. The United Nations is man's

ruary, 1949, but went Into civilian all enlisted electricians of the which should be followed in Members Benefit strongest hope for peace. Oct.
life in 1950.: all similar situations. A good deal of the work done
24, 1945 was the historic day that

Her husband, P Marines Making the United Nations officially

Sgt Lawrence came into being, the day on

Mathis, lost his Plans For BigBirthday which the UN Charter was ratified ,

life in action in by a majority of the then

Korea with the 51 participating'countries..

First MarineDivision Ball The United States became a 4

in member of the UN on August 8,
Marines aboard the station are
Nov, 1950.Returning. 1045. Today there are 60 mem-
sure to celebrate the 178th birthday -
to ber nations in the UN with 20(
of the United States Marine

the service in Corps Nov. 10 in a fashionable other. countries seeking admittance -
April, 1951, she Mathiswas manner.
In 1947 the UN General As-
assigned to New Orleans 'and Staff non-commissioned offi ,
Ay sembly passed a resolution
reported .here the same month. cers at the Marine Aviation De- r e r spon-
sored by the U. S. which declared
She first joined the Navy in Den tachment, NATTCenter and Ma- A
"that October
24 shall hence .
ver and the second time at Dal- rine Air Reserve Training Detachment -
forth be officially called 'United ,,,
las. NARTU, have com
Nations Day' and shall be devoted -
Mathis served in the Military bined efforts for the birthdayget to making known to the

Personnel office until Jan., 1953, together to be held at the people of the world the aims and a

and as Master-At-Arms of the Mayflower Hotel
achievements of the United Nations v
Wave Barracks until she reportedto and to gaining their sup-
Information and Education last The Nov 10 program calls for
port for the work of the United
dancing from 2000 to 0100, with
month. .
She halls from Scottsbluff, Neb. music by Charley Gum and his Barbara Rennie, a Marine of five months, hears about plans and .
Revelers. Uniforms will be dress preparation's for the Marine Corps' 178th anniversary celebration "I've heard that your wife I.a U
blues baker and for ladies, will from a Marine with over 16 years behind him, M/Sgt. Joseph finished singer"
0' Rating Owner Gancl of Marine Air Reserve Training Detachment NARTU.
be semi-formal attire. Admissionis "Well, not but the
yet, neigh-
Wherever Marines are stationed, Informal ceremonies will mark
To RosterIn $4.00 per couple. the 178th birthday of the Corps November 10. bors almost got her last nlght.I ."
a recent report revealing the a .

list of names of Overhaul and Re- A Birthday Ball for sergeantsand
- pair department employees receiving below will be held at NAT I 'Real George' Halloween Ball SlatedMary I I

outstanding performance rat TCenter Auditorium Nov 10.

ings, supplied by the Industrial There will be dancing, with It's that time again dad, so dig! Everything's all dished Dimick, SN, is chair

Relations department, one name NATTC orchestra playing. Some dig this and dig it straight! up for your taste, catevery- man of this real-gone picnic.

was omitted. 500 hostesses are expected for Marines, White Hats and thing to be real George. All Other committee
members include
Added to that list should be the ball. Waves and all other hepsters hands areinvited.. Prizes go to

Jorace G. Rhodes, Snapper Painter -I Tickets are now on sale for shall congregate for the Halloween the crazy mixed up kid with Helen Pronchick, SN I

who received his outstanding both affairs. Marines can contact Costume Ball sponsored the best costume. The station. advertising; Donna Albrecht,

rating for his performance in con any company commander at Ma- by the Waves to be held band will give out with that AG3, and Marian Taylor, A02,

nection with regular work and the rine Aviation Detachment at the Oct. 29 at Mainside Gym. solid tempo, man! Free re. refreshments and Dottie Thomas ;'

'development of new and highly Center. Corsages will be pre- You is a square :from nowhere freshments and all that there SKSN, and Kay Fasci

specialised finish processes sented to each lady at both balls. if you, miss this shin stuff. SKSN, decorating.T .


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Women's Week observed last week
,,n.. by the' Federation of Women's ::;I: ::

) Clubs throughout the United I !. '

r States.

rt. The week's program was cli-

maxed by a dinner at the WAS

,t.,, Officers Club, with Comdr. Cath- __ _
, erine E. Yarnall, chief of nursing 1v- !

i services at the Naval Hospital,

and a club member, in charge of. : .
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affairs. ,;

'M.w.M.: .,._,..."..,..._, Friday's "0" Club dinner was ..
highlighted by an address by guest -
HIGHEST HONORS-Richard Reeves, AOAN, was graduated speaker Dr. :Margaret Campbell, CITED FOR KOREACapt..
last week from Aviation Ordnance (A) School at NATTCenterwith Pair Of Vets Of David McCampbell (left) commanding .
the highest grades ever obtained at the school since it was associate professor of modern languages officer of NATTCenter
commissioned in 1951. He is congratulated by Lcdr. Harold Sutton, at Florida State University presents the Air Medal to
Training officer for the school .- Among the guests presentwere Korea Conflict Carl Matney, A02, during personnel -

Capt. and :Mrs. Edward S. inspection last Saturday
officer of Naval Lt. Grady Gay (right), re
Airman Reeves Registers Lowecommanding Get Air MedalsThe ceived the Gold Star in lieu of
and :Mrs. L. A
: Hospital; .Capt. the Air Medal, third award,
. Newton, executive officer of) the Commanding Officer's Per Both men' earned their awards

Naval Hospital; Congressman and sonnel Inspection last week at In the Korean conflict.

High Mark At AO School Mrs. Charles E. Bennett of Flori- the Naval Air Technical Train ently a.student at the Advanced

1 da and Lilla White. first presidentof ing Center, was highlighted with Aviation Ordnanceman School
the Florida FBPWC.TEMPORARY the presentation of the Air Medalto ,
: Richard Reeves, aviation ordnanceman airman, was graduated .. Class (B). He entered the service -
S. two nen for action in the Korean -
: last week from the Aviation Ordnance (A) School at NATTCenter OFFICERS conflict. in 1945 after being graduated

with the highest average ever obtained since the school has been from the Haylong High School,
f Receiving.the awards
( in existence CANNOT BE SPAREDTheir Mt. Pleasant, Tenn.
Lt.. Grady R. Gay, former pilot .
Reeves received a mark of 94.- "practical skill and prac- with the famed "Red Ripper"squadron
here in 1951.
13, ranging from a low of 88 to a tical wisdom" will In future pre-
VF-11 of Jax and Carl
In addition to being honor
the officers from reverting jt1iiilIIwriL
final vent
high of 99, received on his temporary B. A02 former
student, Reeves also was Matney, crewmanof
to their permanent enlisted -
examination.More r
his class leader. This Patrol Squadron 40.
duty en rate for the purpose 01 retiring .
than 5,500 students have The awards were presented
tailed extra hours of work in
and going In the Fleet Re-
from AOA( )
been graduated maintaining discipline, assist- for "meritorious achievementin
School since it was commissioned serve. aerial flights against
ing others with their studies, Vice Adm. James L. Holloway enemy

and being responsible for the Jr., Chief of the Bureau of Naval forces, participating" In twenty '
conduct ef the class. missions. .
Personnel, declared recently that -
Lt. Gay of Millen is
Ga. a
Reeves hails from Pacoima, the "present study shows that no
graduate of the U. S. Naval Recent publishers' releases
Calif!! He for be
reported duty here temporary officer can spared
Academy, and presently assistantto (those which climb on the best
from Utility Squadron Three, from the Navy."
the executive officer NATT selling lists) certainly indicate
San Ysidro, Calif., and has been A BuPers survey of the officer ,
Center. Lt. Gay received his I that; the romantic adventure of
SALTY HUMOR FROM assigned to NAS, Los Alamitos, situation revealed that only one
'I latest award as a Gold Star in the historical novel is at an all-
Calif.A exception will be made to the new
HERE AND THEREA lieu of the third award, all three time high. The present concentration -
graduate of San Fernando policy. A temporary officer will '
having been won in combat in seems to be on the glam-
School he the be allowed to revert If he
young woman and a handsome ligh joined Navyin can con- the Korean conflictOrdnanceman our of American history.
February, 1952, receiving boot vince the Navy that he Is sufferIng
farm lad were walking
Matney is Lady of Arlington
training at San Diego. an hardship.
along a country road"one evening.The I Kane has well-deserved popu- I

farm lad was carrying a large ... ...... .. .. PW Officer Assistant larity which this word portrait i
pall on his back, holding a chickenin of Mrs.. Robert E. Lee will en. !

one hnnd, a cane In the other, Garner PromotionsTwo dance. Good story, authentic

and lending a goat. They came to background and appealing.
officers within the
dark lane.
a long,
department at NAS were recipients Haven: Dr. Slaughter is
Said the girl: "I'm afraid to
of glad tidings last week- averaging about one book a year
Falk here with you. You might I
-always talked
both receiving promotions. about. Once
: "
try to kiss me. Comdr. Richard L. :Mann, NAS again he turns to the Civil war
farm lad: "How could
Said the period.
Public Works officer was selected
,' J, with all these things I'm. carrying for' promotion to Captain, while I Unconquered: Ben Ames Wil-

?" his assistant, Lcdr. William Clam ; liams last book, completed just

"Well, you might stick the cane pet, was selected for rank of Commander prior to his death, is a sequel to

In the ground, tie the goat to It, House Divided. You will recall .

and put the chicken under the Before reporting to NAS Jax In'' that the first book dealt with the

rail." April 1951, ComM Mann was at Civil War, centered around Richmond -

I tached to Eleventh Naval District The last one covers the

Officer: "I thought you said4youi' I Iw- Public Works office at San Diego. tragedies of the Reconstruction

locker contained nothing but WAVE l\IECIIANIC-Ralph Grasso, AM3, He was promoted to rank of Commander Period ((1865-1874)). A beautifully -

old clothes. What's this whiskey of VF-174, explains a part of the tall assembly in 19((. written, long novel-definitely
of an F9F-6 Cougar Jet to Wave Ann Eleanor "
doing in it, then?" Lcdr. Clampet arrived here In not run-of-the-mill.
Alger, ADAN, a member of the Willow GrovePa.
Sailor: "Oh, that's just my ., reserve unit, VF-931. She is here with the July 1952 from Port Hueneme. Light In The Forest:* Richter

nightcap, sir." squadron during its two-week training cruise. Calif. returns to the Colonial period for

this unusual
story of a white
The modern girl would rather A Versatile Gal boy, captured and adopted by the

have beauty than brains becausethe Delewares in his babyhood, whoat (

than average he can man think.can see better It's Happened Men The Navy Now Has A Wave MechWhile treaty the age to return of fifteen to is his forced white by

the average American female parents.
and operated a garage In Phila- ranks were forced to change their
The newlyweds were giving I contends with the daily Blind Journey: Lancaster always -
delphia. She had planned to follow original opinion of Ann's mechanical -
their first dinner party. "Go on, tasks of shopping, laundering or combines good backgroundwith

dear, carve the turkey," whispered secretarial work, Wave Ann Elea- this career In the Navy. prowess after they witnessedthe unusual humor to make en-

the loyal young wife. "You nor Alger, ADAN, trouble shoots Six months ago the.young Penn comparative ease and adroitness tertaining reading. Action in

know exactly 'how to do it from complicated aircraft engines. sylvania mechanic's dream came with which she tackled trou- this new novel ranges from Paristo
the directions In the book." Setting timing mechanism, ad- Yorktown inthe political intrigue -
true when the Navy lifted Its ban bles of Corsair engines. ,
"Of course I do," came the justing carburetor units, replacing of the Revolution.
on Wave mechanics' she was IN HIGH SCHOOL Ann
was an
troubled answer. "Only I can't water injection systems or even Yellow Hair: Custer's fame
find any of the dotted lines!! giving an engine a general overhaul allowed to trade her office uni- active member of the baseball, will probably remain .tops for

are only a few of the duties form for the dungarees of the tennis and hockey teams and pro and con discussions in word
aviation mechanic.
'. Husband: "It's strange, but the the lady mechanic Is called on to coached a girl's baseball team.In and print! This is the highly romantic -
Idiots to the member of the Wil- 'IN 1952 WHILE on her first reserve her leisure
biggest seem marry perform as a time the 'petite story of one of his scouts.
prettiest girls" low Grove, Pa reserve Fighter training cruise at NAS Pen- VF-931 mechanic holds down the Trembling Earth: The Missouri -

Better Half: "Now you're try- Squadron 931. sacola, Fla., Ann proved'her mechanical position of shortstop for the Lan- territory in 1811. ,An earth-

Ing. to flatter me." THIS WORK WASN'T open to 'worthiness by completing dsedowne Pa. men's bas e ball quake changes the hero's enter
Ann when she enlisted in the a 120-fllght-hour check on a team. Ann recently' declined
Marine sergeant (on) rifle rangeto Wave reserves in April of 1952. TBM aircraft In four hours. offer to play professional' softball Enchanted Cup: One that the

sailor): This new bullet will Yeoman work did not appeal to During her recent two-week for George. Sister's well known movies have purchased is ,Rob-

penetrate two feet of solid wood, Ann. Since her 14th birthday she training cruise at NAS Jar, many Midwest team when r.she learned erts new novel.. Not American

so! remember to keep your' head had tinkered with engines and be- .skeptical neighboring squadron that. she wouldn't be allowed to history but rather one based on

down. came so efficient that she, :.opened personnel of various:rates and wear dungaree, t the Legend of Tristan and Isolde.age .


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22 October 1953 It JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

VA-105, Fasron Nine VF-J1. Poem Six Report Fasron 9 Climbs

Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons High On AirLantTraining

VA-105 Pole'Realizing

, Attack Squadron 105: has re- are still recuperating from their

, cently returned to Its "natural combined dance and beer party the Importance of

habitat", the sea, this time aboard held last week at'the American education, Fasron Nine at NAS,
the USS'nandolph (CVA-15)) on Legion Hall in Sax Cecil Field instituted an "all

a Guantananio Day shakedown The Legion hall was decoratedin out" educational policy some

cruise.: Halloween! fashion with Jack-o'- months ago and has reaped rewarding -

: Lcdr, Roy S. Reeves, the squad- lanterns, goblins, witches, and old U results.
l'on'6 new commanding officer, has corn stalks. Adding to this motif Fasron Nine's new educational

now qualified ,aboard; ship in the was a shoestring nccktied, hillbilly '" a program headed by Lt. RobertM.

Dafter' previously qualifyingin band which played its music Bates and Charles W. Eber-
the TDM. In addition, five en- mountaineer style. sole, AMC, has come from the

signs became carrier qualified during Corsages, compliments of Fas lower 50 per cent to 17th place

their first experience in landing ron 9, were presented to the wivesor on the ComAirLant training
-seiyice type aircraft aboard "
dates of The officers and men. "scoreboard.
ship. Their pre-dawn reveilles for Although the squadron skipper, Persistent "salesmanship" dur-
two weeks in order to field bounceat Comdr. Wilson O. Wright, was on ing the month of September has

NAS McCalla finally paid well- a" six-day leave, he and his wife resulted in Fasron Nine's edu-
earned dividends for Ensigns Jake were at the hall to view the pro- cational office "sale" of a totalof
Sapp, Don Hull-Ryde, John Barn-
ceedings. Their presence was rewarded 256 correspondence courses.

ard, Tom Dunlop, and Bill Tay- too, for the Commanderwas ;_<\'-,.N1.vnV--- V "" ,,,V-,-.....- This total includes both Navy
one of the fortunate few to and USA F I correspondencecourses
lor.Lt. UP TilE EDUCATION LADDER-Looking over ComAIrLant's
William M. Lewallen won a walk off with one of the valuable monthly educational training report score are Lt. Robert Bates and sets an all time
race with the stork recently by door prizes.A (left) and Charles Ebersole, AMC. The two head Fasron Nine's squadron record for number of
flying a Beechcraft from "Gitmo" vote of thanks from the new educational program. The squadron has been making a steady courses "sold" in one month.
climb upward on the AirLant training "Scoreboard".
to NAS Jacksonville 36 hours be- is The last six months the
squadron extended to Lt. (Jg) squad
fore his wife presented him with Sumner E. Brumbaugh, who was kept the peace. ron's percentage on the ComAir
a 7-pound, 7-ounce baby girl. His officer-In-charge of the party. Al- NAVCAD RECRUITING Lant Scoreboard was as follows:

wife, the former Miss Imogen so to Thomas' F. Barrett, Jr., VF-11 PROGRAM OVER TOPA April- 120.1%; May- 121.2%;
Presson of Jax, gave birth to a ADC, and Calvert F. Duke, ALC, George M. Callan,' AD1, assistant June- 121.4%; July- 122.98%;
daughter, Lark Lynne, at St.Luke's who were responsible for the en- coach of the NAS"* Jax Navy- policy of "beating thebushes" Aug.-123.Ci%, and Sept.123.91 .-
Marine team"is has put the Naval Avi-
Hospital boxing still talk-
tertainment; Russell L. Barfield, %.
The 'entire squadron sends their ing. Not about a big fish that got ation Cadet recruiting pro- effort -
A01, Jack A. Henson, AO1, and The persistence, diligence,
condolences to Frank II. Sollers, Arthur B. Huggins, AK2, who pro- away but about the boxing team's gram, which was lagging last and hard work displayed by
win over the top, it was recently -
A02, who is now convalescingfrom vided the decorations; Milton R. over Camp Stewart. Lt. Bates and Chief Ebersole has

a collapsed lung at the NAS Rogers, AN, who attended the buf- William D. Hanny, ADAN, has disclosed. 'shown no evidence of abatingand
In addition, a desire to keep
Hospital in Guantanamo Bay, fet table; EmU E. Drake, ADC, been selected as an instructor in Fasron Nine's educational
abreast of the latest
Cuba. and Donald W. Lillard, ADC, who the newly formed art classes be- develop- program still continues on the
C kept the supply of food and beer ing held aboard the station. Bill's ments in aviation, explained upgrade.after .
Gen. Frank H. Lamson-
Fasron Nine coming, and Delbert J. Carroll, artistic talent has been previouslyput Brig.
Officers and men of Fasron 9 BMC, and his five strikers who to good squadron use in the Scribner, commander of Marine passing tests administeredby
making of charts and diagramsthat Air Reserve Training, has the Education Office. New

r,.: < have proved of invaluable aid drawn many Korea veterans rates went to Richard W. Kim-

to the VF-11 pilots. into the Reserves. mins, SKA-SKSN; Terry J. Krull,

Welcome aboard has been ex- SA-SN; William M. )King, SA-SN;
e. t tended to Fred Gaymen, AN, who East High for two years.A George E. Fanning, SA-SN; John
Joined the Red Rippers for duty youth of 16, Sanders enlistedin R Garuin, SA-SN, and Richard 1 O. !

J, L!_____ : recently. He was previously as- the Army Air Corps in 1926 Rowe, AA-AN.
__ ___ signed to the'NAS magazine area. serving three years before return- Emil F*Zycha, SN, resumed du-
I The Red Rippers are wishing Ing to civilian life. Twelve months ties with First Lieutenant last
Leon Austin AEC later he enlisted in the Navy for week after a two-and-a-half-month
a speedy recovery -
from his recent operation, four years, receiving boot train- lllnesif at the Naval hospital
I s and express sympathy to Arvil ing at San Diego. At the end of Wallace B. Jenkins, Jr., IIM3,
I ) '\ Roulston, ADC, for his losing bat- his cruise, he again chose to be a recently checked in for duty aft (I
sti lie recently with his son's lawn civilian. He was called back in er serving nine months on board l
; i' + mower. the Navy shortly after the out the USS Achernac (AKA-53):J),
: Srr break of WW II.
Wedding bells will be ringingon based at Norfolk, Va. Jenkins
Dec. 27 for Wilbur Roberts, For the remainder of the war, has been assigned TAD to the In-

SA, and Elizabeth Hickerson of Sanders served with VB-2, NAS, firmary.In .
Frederick, Okla. Lake City, Fla., NAS Whfdbey Island Major League bowling Mon- \

Dominic Sirignano, A03, and VR-4, at NAS Moffett Field, day, Jimmie's Billiards downed the \

k' .. Mary Lou Marino, former NAS Calif., and VR-11, John Rogers league-leading Fasron Six keglers,
.. p. Wave, have already exchangedtheir Field, Pearl Harbor In Sept., 2-1 and thus narrowed the first- /:
Jkt marriage vows and have 1946, he returned to the States. place margin to only two games ,
-'.' -- ,-, '"' established their home in Green He reported to Fasron Six only a since rig'n'Whistle von a pair ]]
TOP Cove Springs: month and a half ago. from Pepsi-Cola. '.\
Theodore O. Dahl, CommanderFleet I :
Diplomas Go To Air Wing 11, presents Tony Clark, A03, has been Sanders is undecided as,to what r
honor man James E. Sadler, transferred to VF-31 for duty type of work he will perform aft-
AT3, his diploma during gradation er completing twenty but is think- .
24 .Graduates Of ceremonies last week for
the Air Wing's Aviation Radio Fa ron Six: ing about taking a Civil Service
School Class 453. Sadler, who Ex-Air Force, veteran, Milton Job here in Jax. He currently resides -
FAW Radio Class earned a 95.36 average for the Sanders, ADI, of Check Crew DI- in Yukon with his wife Pearl. .
rigorous 14-week course, has 1
radio vision, has been selected "White Commanding officer of Fasron
of Fleet been selected to be a ,
Twenty-four I school instructor. Hat of'the Week" for his continuous Six, Lcdr. Frederick E. Woodward -
Air Wing ll's Aviation Radio good work and outstanding ,, and wile Betty, are the
School Class 4-53, were grad- ATAN, from VP-16; Gerald W. \
in the division.
performance proud parents a 5-lb., 11-oz. r
uated last week after completing Browne, ATAN, of VP-16; James Born in Iowa
Dubuque, Dec. baby boy, born Oct. 14 at St. Vin-
14 weeks of training. T. Burbage, ATAN, VP-16; Rob- 14, 1908, Sanders moved shortly cent's Hospital. The tike, chris- ;i 1

Capt. Theodore O. Dahl, Com- ert H. Callaway, AT3, VP-45; afterwards to Fargo, N. D., and tened Frederick Edward (the 3rd) !!E '.
mander Fleet Air Wing 11, pre- Milton O. Feaster, ATAN, VP- later to Little Falls, Minn:, Wa- is the Woodward's first child.
sented the scrolls and, during his 45; Gale S. Fly, ATAN, from VP- terloo, Iowa and then later to Se- Five men were advanced to Sea- : _NqrLr

address to the class, urged themto ,,18; James S. Forbes, ATAN, of attle, Wash., where he attended >man and one to Airman last week I
continue their training throughself VP-16; Leo Graham, ALAN, VJ2 : :

study. ; Dale O. Hartzell, ATAN, from VC-62 First. To ReceiveNavy's
THE TWO top men,.respectively VP-3; Robert E. Hummel, AT3,
on the class totem-pole were of VP-45; Eldon G. Kinnunen,
James E. Sadler, AT3, with a AT3, VP-3; Thomas C. Meyer, Newest Photojet
mark of 95.36 and Iver E. Wers- ATAN, VP-18; Jack W. Nichol, ,
land, ALAN, with a 94.96. The AT3, from VP-34; Donald.H.. Composite Squadron 62 becamethe VC-62 disperses Its pilots
overall grade for the class was Peters, ATAN, VP-18; WalterL. first composite squadron on throughout the world. The squadron -
86.49. Power, AT3, of VP-34; Don- the east coast to receive the Na- has had men in Korea, the
Both honor men are stationedat ald E. Rasmus- vy's newest photojet, an F9F-6P Mediterranean, the North Atlan ,
the British West Indies with .en, ALAN, "Cougar". tic, Greenland and Cuba.
Patrol Squadron 34, which also VP-34; DonaldP. The only Atlantic Fleet squadron Taking pictures of otherwise In-
has the honor student for FAW- Schmidt: to which the F9F-6P will be accessible areas, "shooting" com-

ll'a Aviation Radio Class 153. ATAN, VP-18; assigned, VC-62 will use the photo : bat zone pictures and recording -....-... .
He is Alan H. Vivian, ALAN. 't. Harold J. Szan- modified "Cougar" along with its related invaluable data on film SHADY BEAUTY Shirley
4 'kovlcs AT3 F2H-2P "Banshees" for is the mission of the
OTHER STUDENTS receiving ry assigned Navy photo- Modell seems to have found
certificates of completion were; VP-45 and William photo 'missions.. Jet unit today.Additional one of Miami's cooler spots.
Philip R. Atkinson, ATAN, from A. Ward, One of the Navy's Utttt pho- "Cougar" photojetsare The lovely blonde, not exactly
VP-45; Thomas K. Bartlett, AL- "0.. ATA'N, from tojet, the F9F-6P Is used strictly scheduled for VC-62 in the dressed for climbing trees, ap- I'
pleasantly cool la her
AN, of VJ-2; Richard D. Benner, Wmland VP-3. for ph.to rtconnalMance. immediate future. lofty hideaway.


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Rod Pinney Hell Razors Tip

TIMEOUT VC-62' KeglersIn

Civilian GolfChampion T* ',4 NAS UpsetAfter

playing the role of un-

touch abies from the beginning of .:'

By John Charvat the season, VC-62 No. 1 came up
against the inevitable and dropped
A new champion .has been
Without question, the Main crowned in the station civilian three points and as a result

side intramural touch football i golf tournament but the prize now shares the lead in the Main
championship will be determined I side intramural bowling league
still rests in the same family, as
Nov. 3 at Yorktown Field Rod Pinney of Operations defeated with FAW-11.

when highly regarded Fasron brother Herb, defending The Hell Razors of VF-174,

Six and an upstart Personnel : champion, 5 and 4 in a tense links played the badman role in VC-

entry mingle in strife. :' battle Tuesday.The 62's loss. Nick Morello led the

Neither team has sustained a' much winners with 528. Dan Olejnik,
delayed championship -
loss thus far, and likewise, neither bracket finals match saw the ___ t J with a 218, picked up a 520 ser
has a major obstacle to hur- ies for VC-62.
new champion prove his mettle
dle before the early November almost from the start. The Air Wingers earned a first

meeting. Champion of the first flight is place tie by virtue of a 3-1 victory -
Fasron Six must be rated the Hi
Jack Boucher who defeated Jack : over Supply's keglers. M.
favorite on sheer strength, both L. led the
Pew] for the title. Kessinger winners

offensively and defensively.In Leonard Eubanks defeated READY FOR TONIGHT-Assistant coach Jim Callin of the with a 573.Earlier .

its last two outings, Person- Nick Pulignano and 2, to Jax Navy-Marine boxing team adjusts the gloves on Terry Cour- in the week, Supply
nel was forced to the limit and ntya, Navy 162-pounder, during a workout for tonight's smoker
only by the slim margin of the extra emerge with championship lau- against Green Cove Springs Navy. The first bout is scheduled for went wild, blasting the maplesfor
rels in second flight competition.In 2000 at NATTCenter, Auditorium. a record high team game
point did it emerge the win- the third flight, Frank Mc of 935 for a 3-1 win over Pre
ner (Personnel 19, VP-16, 18; home with the bacon .
Caffrey came ventive Medicine. Big guns
Personnel 21, VC-62, 18)). after staging an uphill battleto Jax Glovers Clash With were Jack Lucovsky_and Noel
One thing must be remembered. -
defeat George Gemming, 1-up. Dumond, each with 531 pins.In .
Only after a touchdown can
Gemming had a 3-up lead aft the closest match
of the
the extra point be attempted.And er the front nine, only to have Green Cove TonightNaval week, Operations held Fasron
it takes better than an average -
machine McCaffrey come battling back to Six to a 2-2 split with the pinfall
scoring to dent
put the match on even terms going -
the Fasron Six. defense. to the last green. Air Technical Training Center's spacious audi- going to Operations, 22142210.Wiktorski's .

1.. 1.. 1.. 462 was high for the
torium will be the site of the Jax Navy-Marine boxing team's
Naval Air Station personnel initial home inter-service match of the season when the Fli- winners, whl1e'the Fasronites

have at their disposal one of New Leaders In ers enter the squared circle tonight at 2000 against Green pacer was Vic Cieplinski with a

the finest fishing; programs offered Cove Springs Navy. 513.

anywhere in the service, Center Net Play Coach Steve Mayer's- mitt slingers Fasron Six bounded back with

and apparently don't realiie the Aviation Ordnance and Aviation have a formidable opponent in Horner, 162 pounds. 4.0 sweep of Personnel on the
Willie Fisher (N) vs. Duke strength of Don Lamay's 547
fact.The Electrician schools, battling Green Cove, which is under the
Mainside Fish Camp, it out down the home stretch for tutelage of Ensign H. L. Wood and Koerhle, 168 pounds ComFairJax climbed in the

where equipment of all types the Captain's Trophy, last week Chief H. S. M&sey. Roy Jefferson (N) or Bull Gil- standings by gaining a 3-1. win
and sizes as available is Christ (N) vs. Jeff Watson, 185 from VF-11. Pinfall was 2158-
one went into a tie for first place in The Jax: sluggers have staged
of the most unique programs the NATTCenter Intramural Vol. one intramural show here and pounds. 2142.

In operation. Personnel should leyball League. broke even with the Soldiers from Judges will be Art Myerson and Fasron 109 defeated VJ-2, 3-

take better advantage of this Each team defeated Training Camp Stewart, Ga., in a team Roy Daniels with Del Webb hand- 1, and pasted VF-11, .-.. Nick
facility. Facilities hitherto ling the timing. Stefanchick provided most of
unbeaten, in match. ,
week's 'play.Reault. the fireworks for the Beanrs.1I0spital' .
Tonight's bouts will be three
Under the new intramural setup AO defeated ,
: TraFac, rounds of two minutes each. crew gained two 4-
whereby teams furnish officials 15-8, 15-11; Guides 'defeated Marines : Jax Swim Coach 0 victories to keep among the
Two Jax boxers have
: come
when not in competition, per- 15-2,15-5; AE defeated Spe- leaders. The' "Docs" knocked
onnel are under fire from, both. cial Services, 15-6, 15-5; AO de- along fast in recent workouts and Drills CandidatesCoach over Personnel and Operations, .
will make strong bids! against the
,ides-of the field and on every aspect feated :Marines, 15-3, 15-7; AE de- Phil Grignon Is sendinga with Paul Jula turning in scores
Green Covemen. They are "Sleepy"Darden
of the game. feated TraFac, 15-5, 15-8, and 10-man squad of swimmersthrough. of 591 and 528.
140-pound Marine, and
One of the stout chaps who has
weathered. the storm very success- Guides defeated Special Services, Terry Courneya, a 162-pound Na- .a heavy training sched VP-18 cooled off VF-174, pick-
15-7, 15-6. boxer. ule for Jax Navy each eveningat ing up a 3.1 victory on the
is vy
fully Johnny Campbell of Fas- STANDINGS
Team W T. the NATTCenter Indoor Pool. strength ,of Edolo's 562 and
Six. Is the card for tonight
ron AO School .................... 6 2 Following; Bolin's 536 series.
The big guy is above reproach AE School! ..........'......r.... 6 2 with the Jai Navy-Marines Included on .the squad are
when TraFac ....................... 5 2 Steve Papach, Dan Lucas, Henry In other matches, VJ-2's Hurricane -
he dons the striped shirt. Gulden .....i......n....r.... 5 3 named first:
John always gives a fair shake, Marlnei ........,............r. 0 6 Botas M Akino, Bob Rau, Cliff Baker,, Hunters overwhelmed Vc.
Spec. Serv. .................... 0 7 Marty ( ) VI. Larry 62 No. 2 3-1 with John
and never reverts to making decisions Howie, lib pounds. Chet McPhee, Chuck McKeen, Ruggieri ,

with an eye to his home Weekend Tide Table Collins Mi.. Dill Ram- Jim Gregory, Tom Peterson, and of the Weathermen mastering the
Roy (
club. Chuck Nyerly. sticks for a 526, and VC-62 No. 1

High LowA.M.PJH.A.M.P.M. say, 1S5 pounds Grignon says team berths are won via'the. forfeit route over '
Sleepy. Darden (lI'S.) Doug VP16.
wide open and anyone wishing to .
Jax Marines Saturday 8:57: 9:17: 2:22: 3:06: Laidlaw, 140 pounds. try out should report to him at

Sunday 9:48: 10:10: 3:11: 4:00: Jim Wallace (N) vs. Eddie the pool (Building 614) at 1630

Schedule Hunt, 140 pounds. weekdays. STRIKES
Abe McIntosh (N) vs. Al Smith,

30 More Sports 145 pounds. SPARES

Games Lou Belt ran (M) vs. Bob Schae-

"Right now we're Just tryingto Page 8 fer, 160 pounds. Fasron 109 SPLITS .

find out who can hold on to Terry Courneya (.N) vs. Dave I Only two names graced the list

a basketball and who can't. It's Leads NAS of newcomers into the coveted 200

too early to say anything about j\.:. .1 Club last week but there were

starting lineups yet. f'\ Net LoopThe several repeaters including three

So said Head Coach C. C. Dawson charter members.

of the fledgling Jax Marine 'rJ rSce.. for Mainside volley H. R. Allison of Personnel and

cage squad after working out his 4 ball honors is as tight as a Scots- M. L. Kessinger, FA W-11 enteredthe

charges for two weeks. a mans pocketbook after four club for the first time. Allison

Between 30 and 40 Leather- R I weeks of heated competition.The had a 207, while Kessinger qualified

necks have been drilling in the Beaversof Fasron 109 are with 210. .

NATTCenter Gym in preparation sporting an 8-0"record while VP- Those repeating were: Paul Ju-

for the opener against Jackson- 16's Gators have one loss in eight la, Hospital, 216; Noel Dumond,

yule Junior College on Nov. 24. Outings. Supply, 213., and Dan Olejnik, Ve-

While revealing that a 30- Last week, both teams kept 61 No. 1, 218, all three of whom 1

game schedule had been com- s rolling along with two wins are charter members of this year's
pleted for. the squad, Dawson each.

; pointed out that transfers of personnel The Fasronites knocked off club.Others
repeating: "Gunner"
had already taken its toll Operations 15-2 15-12 and
gained -
Feaster Fasron
109, 203; Jack:
) of promising material. a forfeit win over FaetuLant,
VC-62 No. 1, 200; Nick
Included on the Jax: Marine while the Patrolmen dumped
Stefanchlok, Fasron 109, 203, and
schedule are Jacksonville Junior VF-ll's Red
Rippers, 15-8, 15-2 Jack
Supply, 201.
College, Sanford NAS, Rollins and picked up a forfeit over 0

College, MCS Depot, Turner & R. Name TOP TEN Cimec A'f.Edolo .

AFB, Orlando AFB, Glynco NAS, In third place with a 5-2 markis VP-18 ....."'"' 21 Ian
Jula. Hospital ...... !! 21 ITS
. FSU Freshmen, Chipola Junior UP AND OVER-One of the Navy's most popular competitive Fasron Six>; forfeit winners Kewlnger, FAW-H .."III 30 174
V! College, Fort Jackson, Moody sports, volleyball one of the features of the NAS Intramural over 0 & R, and close,in pursuitis Clepunskl FuroR Six.... 21 172
Dumond. Supply .....,., 21 172
, AFB, Parris Island, Gibbs AAU, sports program. In this Mainside loop squabble-Ronnie Swanson, VC-62, loser to Operations, 15- Morello, T2.174 ........:.23 I6T1miajr.
of Operations, bats the ball the net where Fasron 109's Bob Fairon
Cecil Field over Six I ,, 21 165
. Green Cove Springs Adamson is primed to return!' the sphere. League leading Fasroa 2, 15-12, and winner over Fae Mills. VF-11 ,.,,,,.:..:.II:: 20 165
- shad Shaw AFB. 109 tuLant. forfeit. gugglerl, VJ-2 ..,........16 iea 6'l
Beavers won the, match/ 15-2 and 1512. by: f .ur, Fasron 109 ...... 19 160

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22 October JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven

Play Fort Belvoir
Tars ,

Hand Fliers ': Fliers Brace For 'Longest

-I Their Lives'Pity
Afternoon Of

Third LossScoring '. I a.

the poor pig whose hide will cover a football here

: on the first play from Saturday at 1430. '

scrimmage, the Norfolk Navy Stories that have run the gaumct in the locker rooms of .

Tars went on to upset injury-rld- 'West Chester State, Kent Stato, Toledo University, Marford

den Jax Navy, 12-9, in a battleof Marines and Fort Eustis' about the pros of Fort Belvoir,

defensive giants at McClure .yyy''I Va., are all true.

Field, Norfolk, Va., last Friday I Even Jim Tatum, the crafty who pushed San Francisco's Ail-

night headman at the University of American Ollie Matson for two

A sudden case of indigestion Maryland, will vouch for the. tremendous
years, and Bob Greisbach a veteran I
plagued the local's ranks prior to grid machine which has of last year's Tennessee Cot-

game time, forcing many of the been manufactured the Virginia ton Bowl squad.
Jax regulars to the sidelines Army base. Tatum's Terps

The Fliers outdid the host elevenin were vanquished, 15.9, by the Engineers '

every phase of the statistical in a pre-season scrim.
aspect of the game except fumbles i'! mage.It. _

And therein lies the story -- will be up to the Jax Navy
of the Norfolk victory. THE SOLID GRIP-Palming the ball with apparent ease is Fliers' to add their' verification _
30-Yard TD Fas Bill Layne, one of eight capers who return to form the nucleus of this weekend. .
Joey Turman fumbled the the 1953.54 Jax Navy basketball contingent. Grouped around for a The thrice-beaten' Film, who
opening posssible slipup are (left to right) Jim Roberts, Dick Tate, Vince took It the chin from Norfolk
on *
kickoff for the Fliers and
Zoda and.Bill Ward. Other returnees not pictured include Ed
Norfolk recovered on the 30. Doug Burgoyne, Junior Cassell and Bob Grabaz. The Fliers are working Navy, 12-9, last Saturdayat
MacLauchlin made a circus catchof out weekdays at 1630 in the Mainside gym McClure Field' appear to bt

Quarterback "Red" Claypool'saerial in. for the longest afternoon of

on the 10 and scamperedover Football Without their young lives.
for a touchdown. Padding Fort Belvoir's lineup resemblesa t w

Quick-kicks and penalties held draft list for professional teamsat

both teams' at bay during the remainder the completion of a college sea

of the first half. Tougher Than You ThinkFor
Ray Brown punctured the Norfolk and that's a good trickin
Itself, here Is a run-down of ex-
to block Tal Har
the uninformed many who think that intramural
mon's collegians now in Fort Belvoir liv
early boot in the third
touch football is a Sunday School picnic 'twould be best to
cry There are six All-Ameri-
quarter and the Fliers had possession view some of the wicked battles waged in Mainside's ten- cans.

on the enemy 20. Jack team league before passing judgment.As Forest
Bishop carried nine yards onV Ends Larry Fones, Wake
evidenced by Personnel'sgrueling Glen Smith, All American,
quarterback sneak. points against the Fasronites than ; -
Brinson Scores 10-18 conquest of tena had been scored against them all from Clemaon, and Lou McClell : H

Successiveline plunges by Ho cious VP-16 last week, the going season. and, three-year little AH-Amert-
I II becomes increasingly rugged when can at Memphis State; Tackles
Both undefeated clubs FasronSix
I Malnside gridsters take to the Jim Haslam, Ail-American at Ten
and Personnel, are making a
THE YARDSTICK fields without benefit of pads.In nessee, and Bob Damlntck, who
two-team race in this loop, and
rock 'em-sock 'em thriller for Santa Clara in the
Jax a performed
Nary Norfolk the two powerhouses are priming
10...,.,.. First Downs .. ., . 8 the Penpushers overcame a one- for their Nov 3 at York- Gator and Orange Bowls HARD CHARGER-Author of
143 ........ Yards Rusting ....... .120 meeting
lax touchdown in
Intermission Guards Bill Pearman Navy's only
touchdown deficit at the AlI Am.
117 ........ Yards Pausing ........ 56 town Field. -
15 .,....... .Passes Alt ......... 13 to submerge the Patrolmenon rrlcan' at Tennessee' and Horace the past two games Is fullback
8 ........ 'asses Comp ........ 4 VP-16 Down Supply Homer Brinson, exGeorgiaTech <
44 .....u.. Punting AVI ........ 35 the strength of a fortunate Drew, All-Southern' Conference grldder. Ilrinson tallied
3 ........ Fumbles Lost .,.,.... 2 extra-point play in the second half. VP-16, third place occupants, de- selection from Florida; Ed when the Filers lost to TampaU.

Fasron Six Lead cisioned hapless Supply, 15-6 with Clemens' Dayton, and Lou )'a. ., 26-6, and again last weekin
mer Bflnson and Turman ate up Fasron Six continued In the the fancy running of Sample, Hoi- ludl, Temple. a 12-9 reversal at the handsof
yardage to the two, from where lingswirth and Struve paying off Norfolk Navy. Jax Navy
drivers seat with a 46-13 conquestof Quarterbacks Don Engels who hosts powerful Fort Belvoir
Brinson drove over for the count. a Supply "Six." Pete Giovan- for the Patrolmen's fourth win of piloted Illinois' Rose Bowl champions Saturday at 1430.

fro Brown's placement gave Jax nini and Jim Aller were the lead- the year against two defeats. In 1931: ; Hank Lauricella,

Navy a 7.6 advantage.The ing scorers, each crossing. the pay. Personnel gained its second win All-American at Tennessee, and Center Surprise;
clincher came late in the- off stripe twice. of the week as the result of a forfeit Ed KIssell from Wake Forest

same stanza when Norfolk droppedBob Despite taking a beating, the win over Fasron 109. Halfbacks Walt Shoninsky, Leb- Electricians

Batson on fourth down at. Storekeepers registered more Staadiags Thr ih Fri., otto I', 1953 anon Valley; Frank .DIPietro, Spill

tempting to punt from the Jax Fasron Team Six .W 5 1.0 fV 169 r\25 Georgia, and Charles Meyer, Ten ,
one-yard line. Don Dan i lei II Personnel 4 0 !58' .TO .nessee. I TraFac Unit 6-0
SHY SUGGESTIONSFOR VP-16 4 2 111 63; ,
stepped over on the second play 0& R 2 2 72 HiFmron Fullbacks Bob Haner, All-Am.I
10e 2 :2 :38 64 Previously undefeated
from scrimmage for the Tars. GRID FIELD Training
NARTU 1 2 N) 5NvF erican at Villanova; Ray Pierce,
Final scoring in an evening of -11 1 2 252\ Facilities was dumped by Aviation
defensive standoffs occurred in Entries are lagging In the VC-62 ........... 1 2 :31 73FaetuLant Davis and Doc Blanchard scored Electrician School, 6-0, and
0 3 19 9,1 *
the fourth quarter. Norfolk had contest to give the Naval Air Supply............0 6 Bt ItS over 500 points. (True-False) ? held to a scoreless tie by Marine ,
its back to the wall following two Station football field an official ANSWERS Co. 38, but still remained knottedat

penalties and Al Yeargin and Joe title. 1. James Braddock held the tI. the top of the NATTCenter' Intramural

Kurash spilled a Norfolk ball car Sherman Field, in honor of tie. In that fight,,June 19, 1936, Touch Football League.

rier in the end zone for a safety. Forrest Sherman, late Chief of [E"QuixIr i Schmeling knocked out Louis In Jim Daly, captain of the Elec

Naval Operations, and Phillips the 12th round. Louis won the I tricians, sparked his team to the

MAD Boosl Field, honoring Comdr. Denny title from Braddock June 22, 1937 I win over TraFca with a touch.
Keglers Phillips, skipper of Fighter by a kayo. I down run.Scoring.
Squadron 11, who was killed in ( Armed Forces Fruit Srvlc) Memorial Coliseum I
2. Los Angeles
Lead Al NATTG the QUESTIONS leaders; Jim Daly, AE,
the Korean War, are only
((105,000)), Soldier Field, Chicago -
Picking up'three points from AO entries received to date. 1. Who was world heavyweight 24; Iou Hanlon, AO Navy, 14;.
School last week, the Marine Aviation Entries should be submittedto champion when Max Schmeling ((101,000)), Philadelphia Municipal i Art Sward, MAD, 13; .JIm Strl-

Detachment eased into first the Jax Air News, Building knocked out Joe Louis? Stadium (98,000)). blck, AO Navy, 13; Bill Walters,
3. Yes, once on Jan. 1, 1925 AK, 12 Merle Bryner Co. 35 9
; ,
place in the eix-team NATTCenter 930. The contest closes Nov. 2. What are the first three U. S. ;
when defeated Stanford
they Mike Murphy MAD Tom
Intramural Bowling League 6. stadiums in capacity ; Kilroy,
.10. AO Navy, and Bill Bunting, AO
STANDINGS winner will be announced
The Did Notre Dame ] in 'True.
Tram PolaU 3. ever play Davis scored 306 points
each and
MAD ..... ,. .. .................. 21 at the final home game of the the Rose Bowl Navy, 7 Ivan Bennett,
AK School ....}.................. 19 Nov. 21 against Pensa- during his career while teammate Co. 35; Earl Luttrell, AK; Roliie
AO AGM School School i':::::::::::::::::::::: 18 12 cola season Navy. 4. In their three years of var- Blanchard hit paydirt for 2S1 tallies Roland, AK; George Wilhelm, AO

Dental .....'...................... 9 sity football at West Point, Glenn for a total of 537 point Marines; Charles France, AO Na
Officers .....to.......to......... 1
vy; Earl Duer, AO Navy, and'Dick

I All Of HAS Fall Golf TournamentFavorites I Crutchfield, MAD, 6 each.
I Favorites Advance In Flights Cup Last week's scores: AE 6, Tra. ,

m Fac, 0; Co. 37, 19, AO Marines, 0;
moved 'solIdly I par-four fifteenth hole.] contest, while Jack Gugin and Fourth flight ,results: "Doc" AK 0, Co. 38, 0; Spec. Servo ,9,

through the first round of competition Wallace Wins Jim: Lemmon tangled in another Ramsey bested' Jim Groover, 3 Co. 39, 0; Co. 35, 8, MAD, 6; AO

in the men's division of Bob Wallace followed the pattern second flight match with Gugin and 1; Matt Hoff scored a 3 and 2 : Navy, 33, Co. 36, 0; AE 2, Co. 37,

the Naval Air Station annual of favorites winning by defeating coming out on top, 1 up. victory over '!Choke" Charvat; OJ; Co. 38, 0, TraFac, 0; AO Ma-

Fall Cup golf tournament. Dr. McFadden, 3 and 2 in Third Flight Results i rines 6, Co. 39, OJ; AK, 7, Co. 35,
Joe VanVactor decisIoned M.
Although some first round a first flight match. Also in the 6j; AO Navy, 6, Spec. Serv., OJ; and
Results of the first round of Zisk, 3 and 2 Capt. David Mc-
matches were not completed, the first flight, Lou Chaff disposed of ; MAD, 13, Co. 36, 0.
third flight competition: Campbell banged out a 4 and 2
trend has been to separate the John Hughes, 4 and 3. I STANDINGSTurn

chaff from the wheat in a field] In the second flight, Jim Bain Bob Page declsioned Charles] win over Comdr. Dachs; Jack TraKuc .. ...........W 3 J.1 T 1
out over Roy Isaman, 2 and Barret, 1-up; Harry' Webb won Wooten subdued Don Stuber, 1- AK School ............... 3 t 1
of 75 entries'broken into four won AO Navy ................ :5 2 0
1 and Larry Gies eliminated over Grady Gay, 4 and 2; Capt. up, in a match that was carried to AE School ....nnu...... 4 :l' 0
flights.In MAD ...................3: 2 0 ,
Theodore Dahl blasted] Comdr. the 21st hole. Chuck Schoder
the only] major upset of the George Frye, 3 and 2. II Co. :XI .................... :3Co. ::1 0
shunted I Adm. O. B. Hardison played Frank Norvell, 5-up, and Jim Capt. Norman Helfrich, Bruce 38 ... ,.............. 1 1 2
first round, Ed Weeks i Sp C. Set-v. ............... 2 4 0
Pete Gardner from the first flight superb golf to Upend John Col- Roberts eliminated Paul Jula, 2 I Welsh and Comdr Clampet were i AO Marines .............. t ::1 0
Co. 37 ... ..,..............1 4 0
with a 4 and 3 win on the long, mery, 4 and 3 in a second flight and 1. I given byes. Co. 39! .................... 0 :2 0


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I' For College Courses
'', ">',i To Gather State-licensed instructors In
FOR RENTS ,. "I ', ,
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public education who interested
bdrm. bungalow, $85 mo., 4425 : ; ; "" "" ,," ">\ are *
1l1 ; ii., '
Hiawatha, contact Mrs. Mobley, I t -=,"' ,or'.,,.',...'".,.,,>.;<'"".:!;i;" ,' "t... October 26T. in teaching night
2820 Harvard. I r \ : II);,:;' { ,'"" courses at the Naval Air Technical *

Small furn. apt., $40 mo. Ph. 8- : : ''1',' ; : '";i", ". ." ", ...'" D. Jefferson, an editor of the Training Center In the
o 4235, Mrs. Miller : ) "I" ,0&i'; "" \ McGraw-Hill Publishing Company University of Florida's College
; :
Turn. 3 rm. apt.,, 4502 Irvington, 'Ik \\tI"ir :' ::, will be guest speaker at Extension: courses may applyto

$55 mo. Ph. 8-6768, Mrs. Carney. .;; : : : i" <' 'ij;! the next regular 'meeting of the the Office 'of Informationand

Furn. 2 rm*. apt., 4633 Wheeler. : ? : '' Jacksonville Chapter of the Education, Building 500,

Ph.'2.4275, Mrs. Groves. : < : \ American Society for Metals,' to between 0800 and 1600.: '

S bdrm. house, 5305 San Juan. Ph. ,. ; :, be held at 1930 on Oct. 26 at the Salary' class convening

2-5867 or Ext. 786. Mr. Salter. Seminole Hotel.Jefferson dates and time schedules will

J. urft. 3 bdrm. house, 4355 Baltic who edits liT h e be announced ,after applications

St. Ph. 9-4246,. Mrs. Marsh. Welding Engineer" and 'The have been submitted.C'enterites .

Furn. 2' rm. apt., 553: May St. Ph. Welding Encyclopedia", two of

7-5438, Mrs. Vickers the country's outstanding technical

Furn. 3 rm. apt., $(5 mo., 2148 publications in the field of ScoreIn

Roselle Ph. 7-5461. Mrs. Winter welding, will speak on the subject -

\ "What Welding Means to Weekly Grid
Unfurn. 2 bdrm.. apt., 4671 Timu- America." _

quana. Ph. 2-0781, Mrs Knowles.. The program will also includea Pickin' ContestIn

Furn. 2 bdrm. house, Lakeshore.Ph. Panel of Welding Experts, composed -
2.4382, Mrs. Hairs.! of outstanding technicians
Furn. 2 rm. apt., 825 'Gilmore, $50 from several of the leading an unusually tough week of
; '" predictions, W. G. Norwood, AKC,
mo. Ph. 7-5773, Mrs. Montague. panies in the United States
engaged -
of AKA) School, and Don Van
Unfurn. 3 bdrm house. Avail. Nov.
in the manufacture 1'e- "
; Fleet AE1 of AEB School displayed -
( ) -
1. Ph. 88-7853 Lt.
search and development ,of weldIng -
Rm. in private home. Ph. 7-5604 their mettle to a big field
equipment accessories
processes -
of entrants in the. Football, Spe-
after 6 P.M., Mrs. Forsyth.
and related items. An
"..... opportunity cial for the week of Oct.. 17.
Turn. with without kit. "
rm. or will be extended to all
Piiv. Ph. 8-4936, Mr. Kaplln. SWAB IT DOWN-Rain means nothing to a Navy sailor lassas in attendance to submit' welding Missing only two of 20 selections
Wave Shirley DeLavergne of NATTCenter turns to and and both forecasting a 13-6
Unfurn. 2 bdrrr. bungalow, $70 sweepsoff problems to the Panel for solu-
the water front the courts at Riverside Park
mo., 5327 Baycrest. Ph. Ext. during a City triumph for Norfolk over Jax:
Girls Volleyball League tussle last week. Identifiable in the background tion.
759, Mrs. Boyette. Navy in the tiebreaker, Van
are Ware Elfa Neitche (left) and Marine Sft Leah
8 bdrm. house, Lakeshore Ph. Romnyk.; A woman when hunching her Fleet and Norwood will split $8

8-6550, Mr. Rowe. first ship was a little. nervous. She in merchandise chits.

FOR SALE 1ETTERS tO THEEDITOR I! .J34 AT NATTCENTER turned to the shipyard manager, James Roll, DTC, of NATTCenter

Three bedroom house. Venetia standing beside her, and 'asked: Dental, fwnbled four selections
Terrace. $55 mo. carrying PASS E-3 EXAMS 'How hard do I have to hit to but edged into third place '

charges. $1,500 equity. Mrs David McCampbell, commandIng knock it into the water?" uncontested.

..._ Carl Molusky. 5137 Admiral officer of the Naval Air. Technical Pick-of-the-week was made by

.. Drive. Training Center, this week ing this"issue at any great length. Norwood: who correctly guessedthe
6 rm. house, inquire 3125 West 1st congratulated. 134, enlisted men We must always be ''careful about tie between Tennessee and Al

St., Woodstock. Park, Mrs Norris Dear Sir; We have read your who successfully passed the examinations our Public'Relations; while'those : abama. He' missed, on Quantlco

13 inches of type devoted to for Pay Grade E-3. on the outside can take the "who vs. Holy Cross and Kentucky VI.

25 ft. Landola house trailer, 1249 "Why reporters (7)) of an 8 page The list included 124 airmen, five the hell are they" attitude. We. Mississippi State.

Cumberland Rd. Ph. Ext. 561 or service paper should be admittedto seamen and five dentalmen.more. honestly believe that we could The ,Contest Editor again reminds .

127, Mr. Woehrman. a big-time college football win you over on our side !if you that no entries will be accepted

2 bdrm. house, 3347 Waller. Ph. game." We, as a possible minority but knew all the facts. after 1700 on the Friday

2-4352, Mrs Bedaoie. wish to state our humble Lastly, we'would like to offer S Editor before games. ,' ,

' S bdrm. house, 5706 Crestview Rd., opinion: a suggestion. Pay the ticket fee, .
Cedar Shores. Ph. Ext. 8431, for after all
First, there Is no reason, considering you are seeing the '
Lcdr. Montgomery. the space allotted to game, write up a nice Juicy FOOTBALL SPECIAL
S bdrm. house, 5145 Benning( Rd. column and send this to the Pub.
college football for
any (For Week of Oct. 24))
Ph. 112-8-3521: Mr. Lowe. college to consider Jax Air News Relations Off of Florida U.,

/ MISCELLANEOUSRiders representatives as reporters during (Eight from FAU, Corn- Columbia .......?......................... vs ............................................. Army

a if' Fair Jax). Colgate .................................... vs.. ............................................... Yale
wanted to Gainesville, leave game. we
would full' column S e Navy .........................?............... vs .............................. PennsylvaniaT.
Friday, return Sunday. Ph. 216 use a on a
particular would need Dear Eight: C. U. .......................!............ vs .................................. Penn State
or 8184, Henderson. game, we
Riders wanted from Middleburg, details. But noticing back !issues, Your letter can best be answered Pittsburgh _......................... vs. ............................ Northwestern

0700 to 1530. Ph. Mrs. Jensen the space allotted is consumed, with these pointed statements: Wichita .................................... vs .............................. Kansas State

No. 41423 Instrument Shop O., by date, opposing teams and 1. You, but definitely, sirs are Michigan ................................. vs. -...........................,...._ Minnesota

In the minority. Nebraska .................................. vs ..........................,........... Missouri
&R. score.
2. Composition of your letterof Georgia Tech ........................... va ................................ Notre Dame
Ride wanted from Johnson Ave. Secondly do not believe
we objection is not exactly clear. Ohio state ................................ va .................................... Wisconsin
Southslde, 0800 to 1600. Ph. : that everyone'sviews
you express At least our point was definitely Mississippi State _.................... vs ...................................... Alabama
Ext. 217, or 9-1240 Mr. Horn in column
your especially, established. Tulane< ...................................... vs. .............................._....... AuburnL.
Ing: when you say "Weep no more for'Florida 3. The question mark after "re S. U. ..._.........._.................... vs ................................._ Florida
Will baby sit, day or evening. Ph. boys. We couldn't hear
porters" can best be answered by Maryland .................................. va .......................................... Miami
8-4956, Mrs. Addle the Gator growl if he sitting
was the Certificate of Merit given by Virginia .................................:.. vs. .................._............;.. Vanderbilt
Will baby alt Ph. J-8746, Mrs., next door. Personally still
we the Defense Department, which Arkansas _._.............>............ vs. .........,......................... Mississippi
Fondry. like Florida University's football
noted that the reporting on the Baylor _.................................... vs .....-............... Texas A. and M..
Baby sitting, 1023 Oak St. Ph. and intend to the
games pay very pages of the -Jax Air News was Rice .......................................... vs. ........................................... Texas
7-4704, Mrs. Hess.
nominal fee and watch
many among the best. Gentlemen, you Stanford .................................. vs .................................Washington

just can't go any higher than the Washington State ..:................. vs ..........?....................., U. C. L. A.

DOD. (Predict The Score of This Game)
4. The Jax Air News may onlybe

.M1t an eight-page paper, but only Ft. Belvoir .....;.......................... vs, "......:........:_..... .......... .J ax Navy
because of a limited budget: We +

p could hit 12 or 1(5( pages per Name ........................,............................,....... Rate/Rank ..................._>
week ,if monies were available. (First: ) (Last) : .

Size of any paper is no true indication ,
'of its worth' or value. Unit Assigned To .......:...................? ..............: ,Phone. .*....t..f.:: i'......,...
5. The Jax Air, News is the '
sole medium of expression and
information for general con RULES

sumption aboard the station. A 1. To enter the contest 'you limply Indicate YOU choir ef each
,winner br placing no (ex) or circle the team you telect to win. It yo'
great majority, of personnel here predict a tie game, place ft (T) alter the name of team yet think wlU
play to a tie core,
never ever see a local daily
t. All garnet are to be predicted'en an even. bast. Ties .count M
per. It would astonish you to lone nnle** predicted. '
know how few military personnel S. In the space prodded Indicate the score ef the game picked M a
tiebreaker. In rate of a tie the pcrion with the mod. nearly correct,
read the local papers. 'They'can't core. will' win the conteit. '
afford. to' be buying' a paper 4. Entry blanks ,Incompletely filled out will not be considered.
1 Contectant mud make nil the selections plat indicating, the score ef the
everyday. Hence it was our one, tiebreaker to be elifible. "
honest effort to feed such information .' 6. In the event a !fame In postponed or rescheduled for any rea.n
It U automatically excluded from the contett final rating. 0
to these fellows. I. Entry blank mad be submitted not later thin not Friday t.
s 6. The opinion expressed in the Jai Air New Office In the Special Service Building, 930, or to any
of the convenient pickup point throughout the itatUn.
Time Out" that of the '
was 7. All military and civilian personnel>> with the exception .f personnel
NARTU CEREl\IONY-Gaod Conduct Medals went to a half sports editor, to be sure, but also ef the Jai Air News, are eligible to eater the cut..,.
dozen NARTU Jax men during last Friday's monthly inspection. S. Only entry'to: each ,..
en* person will be "U.w
had the support of the staff plus
Presenting the awards is Capt. John L. Counihan commanding: officer ,
I. Winner will be
announced In the Jax Air News the Thursday
of NARTU. Recipients of the awards are (lent to right) Jimmy many many more personnel following the Saturday .. which the game I* played.
Long, ADZ; James Brewton, ADI; Samuel Caton, PN2; Robert close to this issue. PRIZES
Hughes, AD3; Othneil Robertson, ADI, and Nick Carlos, AD2. At
the extreme right is Lt. Clarence Kobey. who 7. We are at a disadvantage Price totaling $!' In merchandUe chit will be awarded the top
', 'Captala. 'accompanledl being of 'miJi.arY.tfniditcpss: ,,, three entries. First place I I. S3, second place It $J, and third place I* ff.or'