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: November 5, 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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Tale Of Atrocities Inflicted By Reds On Allied POWs

I 'Interrogators' Huts Were Torture Chambers Where Allied POWs Either Talked, Or Else' I '

"Barefooted we were cember 1950, told began to pray Immedia- About 40 North Korean soldiers "WE WERE covered with f I

forced to march 150 miles In Chinese and North after the "'" f.- 1 surrounded Comdr. Bag lice from the moment we entered "

eight days with temperaturesas forces Inflicted Gas << well shortly" afterward and he the ,North Korean area. S "l

low as 40 degrees below Allied and U. S. might ;$'" began his 33 months of living Two years later we were I
/' that of the efforts to gain sprayed with DDT in sufficient ?
zero was just part any '4 hell. "I was thrown in with

story told last week to some mation. Some "F....' about 50 Army men h'e relat quantities to kill them. All j

300 pilots of Fleet Air lax and COMDR. lines."I mlntues ,> ':' ed. Some of the prisoners' prisoners were housed in mud-

NAS units by Comdr. Ealph captured while before": shoes and nearly_50 percent of rock constructed rooms, regu- d

>Bagwell who was repatriatedlast Attack Squadron 35. freed ,; ," \ all clothing were removed lar Korean type houses. They

month after 33 months in off the carrier USS from f, ,1', .. '\ prior to marching about 25- were eight feet square with 12

Communist prison camps.In his 28th.mission; he co.ckpit.1 Bagwell miles through deep snow and POWs to each room. Later

a 90-minute speech! Bag to crash land his was never more real to, broken ice. After eight dayswe my allotted space was 23 inch-

well, who was captured in De raider behind enemy he continued reached Poykdong Com- (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 1)) .

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

Pilots Begin __Ti Survey BoardIn

Tours Of Economy

O&R'Shops' i Study HereA

Officers from VF-72 and VJ-2 study of efficiency and

were the first to take advantageof
economy of industrial
the new series of tours throughthe opera-
tions aboard the
Station's Overhaul & Repair

department, designed to acquaint Station is being conducted by

fleet pilots and other fleet officers a touring group from the Industrial -

with the overall mission' of r' a Survey Division of
0& R. r; r t v. the Office of the Naval Inspector -

Lt. Charlie H. Barfield con- .5 ..r : S. General, headed by

ducted the first two-hour tour 'SC'S _: : T5 'gyp' Hear Adm. It. M. Watt, Jr.

today through twenty O&R Purpose of the week-long sur-

divisions. These included Planning IIERE FOR STUDY-Members of the Industrial Survey Division of the Office of Naval Inspector vey, which started at noon Mon-
General, here for a survey of industrial manpower, pause for the cameraman prior to
Engineering, Disassembly, day and will continue
beginning: their tour. Front row (left to right) are, Capt. II. 0. Dahlke deputy director of the divi- until Mon
Cleaning,. Parts Examination and' sion; Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree, commanding officer of NAS lax; Rear Adm. E. M. Watt, Jr., day afternoon, Nov. 9, is to de-
Routing, Propeller Shop, Sub- director of the Industrial Survey Division; Raymond Miller, official of American Air Lines Depot termine if improvement can be
Assembly Shop Assembly Line, Tulsa, Okla., and Capt. W. II. McClaln. Second row (left to right), Capt. T. B. Haley; Capt. H. made in industrial procedures 1
T. Bierer; Capt. C. II. Gerlach; 1C. R. Welteshausen and Capt. G. T. :McCready. Third row (left to
Electronics Installation Radar and In the
right) Comdr. J. I. Brnseon; Col. R. W. Argo; E. F. Roberts; Comdr. J. I.. Miller; F. P. DiBlasI and effectiveness of trw
Shop Flight Line Paint Shop, Comdr. D. G. Click. Bark row (left to right) J. J. Koval, YNC. ; Lt. W. L. Bushy; Lcdr. B. O. Niel- uWization of manpower.
Engine Build-Up Emergency Repair -' son; Lt. (Jg) L. A. Lifson and Comdr. W. A. Utley. '* ,

Engine Disassembly and THE MISSION of the Survey
First Of Its Kind In Navy
Cleaning Cylinder Shop Carbu- EXTEND DEADLINEFOR Board, Admiral Watt explained

retor Shop, Engine Final Assem AUTO DECALS is twofold. First, in the event of

bly, Test Cells and Engine Pres- all-out war, "our objective wouldbe
ervation and Canning. Guided Missile School Personnel who have not yet to develop great proficiencyand
obtained their new station vehicle -
and other
Now limited to pilots great speed in the design
fleet officers the tours will be, identification should report and production of superior wea
to the, Pass and Identification -
open to other interested Naval pons and equipment increasingthe

personnel later. Those desiringto Operates At Center Office, Building 9, on speed and effectiveness of
the dates indicated below.
call extension
participate can our industrial operations to its
date. Toursare Persons whose last names
273 and request a maximum possibilities"

scheduled each Thursday, I This week marked the turning of pages of a new chap begin with L through M "Secondly should there be a
from 0900 to 1100.Form I ter in Naval Aviation history with the beginning of classesat report today; throughP long continued cold war, the two
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the Naval Aviation Guided Missile School, Class C, at the on ; Q through on key words would be efficiencyand
Nov. 10; V through W on Nov.
Naval Air Technical Training Center here.
Vehicle 11 and X through Z on Nov. 12. economy In industrial opera
The AGM school, Which has tions."
NARTU; Comdr. Richard S. Stuart In order to be Issued the new
gone through months of planning I *
executive officer of NATT decal, car owners must present
Safety and construction Is the. first
; I ADMIRAL WATT went On "to
Center Lt. Col. their vehicles together with
I school of its in the Its
type Navy.
T that to achieve these two ob
Identification badge or card, say
CO Marine Aviation Detachment
Study TrafficAn Training officer is Lcdr. Emory NATTCenter; Comdr. Charles, drivers license, registration jectives, the Survey Board is
C. Gelse.
lending its technical and engi
certificate and proof of liability
Automotive-Vehicle Safe- Dodds Director of Training at the
The official ceremony was held Insurance. neering experience to help solve
ty Board has been formed at the school's renovated training (Please Turn to Pace 2, Col 4)) "the problems" confronting the

aboard NAS. building. The principal addresswas ,, .. local industrial establishment."We .
t '' "
is to correct "
some It's-of purpose the poor traffic conditions given bi Capt. Lester J. Y p.1 : :] : do not want to see you

and make recommendations Stone, Staff Training officer for ;;, j4f1I H 1"' in your Sunday best on dress

Chief of Naval Air Technical .. parade," Admiral Watt declared. '
for changes to help decrease .: >
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Training at Memphis. I ', "That would defeat our purpose
the automotive vehicle ,"
S I which is strictly to assist
accidents on the station and on !
POINTING OUT the impor- with industrial and
roads adjacent( thereto.. your management
tance of the convening of the first ,: problems and to do everything -
The Board is composed of 1
class, Captain, Stone stated it to increase
ex- : we can help you -
Comdr. E. P. Irons, :MC Senior ; '
Member; and the following isted "not as experiment, but the efficiency and economy -
timed to furnish the Fleet with of "
your operations.
members; Lcdr. O. L. Dauphin
. trained men by the, time they get ,rw
O&R; Lcdr. Thomas J.Ryan
the missiles." As note '
NARTU; Lt. (Jg) J. F. Ramsey a personal Legal Holiday
to the, men of the School he added,
US Naval Hospital, ; Spert <
"The standards of this school
are Next AVcdnesday
Tassopoulos of N A TTC.' and ,
NAS. h gh. The trainees and .Faculty
Arthur F. Cliff of
Next Wednesday is November -
were selected because of their
The ,board will appreciateany Armistice
11, Day, and
proven intelligence l interest, loyalty
or suggestions
and ability" S p, will be observed as a legal

regarding- automotive safety. I I 'S% holiday by the Naval Air Sta.
Such):! comments may be directed SATTENDING !
"- tion. Civilian and military
to any member who, in the ceremonies FIRST CMS STUDENT-Lcdr. Emory C. Geise (right): trainIng i :
turn, will present them at the were Capt. David McCampbell, CO officer of the new Naval Aviation Guided Missile School at .personnel, with exception of
NATTCenter lax confers with the first student to arrive for the duty sections and maintenance
weekly meetings for discussion I of NATTCenter; Capt. John icer L. class which began !Monday Lt. (jg) James Brannon is the stu- workers will have the day off.
commanding of dent.





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Published I every Thursday for Navy and Marine ftclhlllei at' Naval Air
Station Jacksonville. Ma.: Sunday, Mass-0800, 0900 1000--
WAS ,JttkuMliU Edward's
St. Chapel.
Capt. Burn ham C. McCatfrf* ....v.............Commindlnjt Officer
CtotNTr. James H Armstrong ......I..k( ". Officer Saturday-0800.
Fleet Air ,JarkttatUU
Afar Adm. Osborne B Ilardlscn ................ .Commander DaiJy-063&
Capt. Howard V. ,llopklna ................Chief of Staff Sunday, 0630-Mass at Hospital
rittt Air \\'lie EltTti .
Capt. Theodore DaM ..._..,.- .?, ....-. ............. Commit nder Chapel.MORMON
Comdr. Frank D. Hcjer .. .==...:: .... ... .. .. .:= :::Chief Staff OfficerlAtt.ek.ieal
.. ::4-
N Tfilalat Oaier .
Capt. David MpTumnhi.!! u.1,1.,,.,,. ?.,.??,?.._ _. Commanding Officer' 1930-Wednesday NATTC r-
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart ...- Execu the Officer Chaplain's Office.

Capt. Edward S. Lowe ,,,.,_,],."I.,........JI.plt"..,..,....__i.-.iu..-.....?,....,...,.Comm.ndlng Officer CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Capt. L. A. Newton ,.........._..,-..-?..-,.,....-NABTU_. ._...-.-,-..-, ,-Executive Officer 1900-TuesdaY"NA'ITC-' r

Capt. John L. Counlhan.' _ .. .....-,..?.,-.-...,,.Commanding Officer lain's Office. .",>"'''.' > --- -, .
Comdr; Anthony Truuo ......................................Executive Officer.
PROTESTANT APPLE FOR TEACHER-Former teachers in Aviation Ord-
The JAX AIR NEWS It published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station. 0930-All Saints' Chapel. nance (A) School Oscar Davis AOC (left) and George Atkinson -
Jacksonville. Florida and printed commercially with non-app prlafed funds AOC (right) present apples to their new teacher Herbert I
lit no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P35. Rev. 1100-All Saints' Chapel
Nov. i m. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station, the O'Neal AOC, at AO ((8)) School where they are taking ordnance
rrd l nT a'r.leTf.a8&'lh' 'UrS.N: Naval Air lloipltaUEditor Resent Training Unit, Naval 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. courses.little refresher.After Instructing the two chiefs decided they would trya

s a
-Andrew H. Planey
Assistant Editor-llelen Harper F.ditor-John Charvat. ANs: Staff
JtPJIOI'lcrs-Ed llrhdcrsnn. TNSN! do.ron: Robbie, SNj; Circulation Distribution Training Center Guided MissileContinued AO InstructorsDo
Marxe Ku co, JO3: Vivian Knox. SN.
riw JAX Alll NEWS U a member or the Armed Forces Press Service.
AFPS material appearing In this publication I may not be reprinted without Garners 'Congrats'For ( from Page 1)
the written permission of Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of other Abouf-Face
matter, except by Millet publications, ti prohibited without permission of Center Lcdr. George E. Potter ;
Editor JAX AIR NEWS. InspectionTwo
rrtltorlal: offices located Building 930 (topside).. Phone extensions 8184nd CNATT Staff Aviation Guided
\( 216. officers of the Naval Air Missile Officer and Comdr. C. A. Become StudentsTwo

Technical, Train I I n g Command/: Shipman CNATT Staff Public Information Aviation

Rear Adm. Wendell\ G. Switzer Officer. who have been instructors Ordnance In Chiefs''A"
The AGM School for special
and Capt. L. A. Arthur have School at the Naval Air Technical
ized training has' the objective of
passed congratulations to Capt. Training Center are in school
providing selected officer and enlisted
themselves today attending Advanced
David -
McCampbell commanding personnel with comprehensive
officer of NATTCenter Jax for theoretical and practical Aviation Jrdnanceman
C i
3 3F the excellent condition of the Cen to (B) School her .
I necessary performance
ter. of assigned !duties in opera I Oscar B. Davis and George A.

Captain Arthur, in opening the tional squadrons, maintenance and I Atkinson who have been teach-

critique after the inspection service units. I ers and administrators( in "A""

stated the Center had passed avery I School for more than two yeam,

favorable Inspection. MUCH OF THE curriculumand are ready to return to Fleet or

I Captain McCampbell expressed equipment to be used in the Squadron duty.

appreciation to all hands at the training remains highly classified. TO BRUSH UP on phases of

Center for the excellent work in It can be said that a large per- aviation ordance in which they

,c putting the Command in such' fine centage of the equipment has nev- may have become rusty while

shape for the inspection. er before been used in Naval Aviation teaching one or two "A" phases
I : technical schools. and to prepare for further duty,

< BM1 (to gathering of Waves, ) : The future graduate of the the two chiefs signed up for the

"I've a friend Td like to have you I school will come under a completely Advanced Ordnanceman School

i, '1 meet... new rate to the Navy, that "New techniques in ordnanceand

Athletic Wave: "What can Jie of GF or Aviation Guided Mis- administration have been
GC AWARD Be-rllboned Loren Schmitt AEC of AE School, .
do? sileman. He will be brought out since
qualified to we were last
receives another clasp for his Good Conduct Medal from Capt. I
I Dlvid McCampbell commanding officer of NATTCenter at Ex-Chorus Wave: "How much handle the many phases of tech- with Squadrons," Chief Davis
Meritorious Mast. Others receiving awards included Jack Bam- has he got?" nical work involved in launchingand pointed out. 'To get ready for

.berger, AEC; James Owens ftOZ, and Wendell Drown, YN3. Literary Wave: "What does he servicing the particular missile further duties we decided to

read?" type taught in the curriculum. freshen up a bit on Naval ord

Interrogators'Continued Weekend Tide Table Business Wave: "What has he Pre-requisite qualifications are nance advances.",

( from Page 1)) High Low accomplished? centered around previous Electrical DAVIS, WHO came here 34

es wide and six feet long. .: F.M. A.M. r.M. Old Maid Wave: "Where is Electronics Fire Control and "months ago from ComFairHawaii
"There was no furniture or Saturday 8:08: 8:22: 1:33: 2:14: he? Tradevman, experience. has been in the Navy 13 years. He

beds for the entire 33 months," Sunday 8:45: : 8:59: 2.08: 2:52: ......,..,,.' was attached to Administrationat
_" AOA) School.
he told'the Jacksonville based :' .,<. 1
About 80 percent of all = Atkinson who has more than 16
pilots. day.. "In the summer of 51 /
:fr years in the service was an instructor -
prisoners were U. S. personnelwith we received some green vegetables -
the remaining POWs but they were rotten," tt iY"1'i in Electric Phase AOtA)

being British or Turk, according he reported. \ :: School tor 33 months.
to Comdr. Bagwell. "Just a few months. prior to l
Yukon School
'The interrogators' huts were release the food improved, but .s t tt
literally death houses. Prisoners still not as good as our lowest Holds Barbecue

were tortured until they standards here." ,\ The Men's Sunday School class

talked or often they didn't re- Among the Communists thereIs l of the Yukon Baptist Church will

turn. :Many were thrown in little if any freedom of anything sponsore a barbecue dinner Sun

solitary confinement throughout especially of religion day, Nov. 8, at 1230 in the bar-
their period of captivity." related the Navy officer. becue area between Randolphand

THERE WAS little use in ly- "I lost my Bible In the crash Allegheny\St eets, In the enlisted

Jng said the former Fleet Air but through the grace of GodI .t housing area aboard the

Jax pilot If the Reds wantedto was given a water soaked station.

know something they usually testament by a small Korean I Male service personnel are invited -

found out one way or the to attend and to join the

other. However if our lies waif.A QUESTION and answer Sunday School.

pounded plausible enough they < .
period Comdr.
Bag- 'aa;:>yL {a3 1: "t > sometimes accepted them," well's speech. Several ques .. ...... ... n W mnn"mw".n i'4a''.'',,,,,;,,x<,,,.,_ First Old Maid: "I see by the
Comdr. Bagwell told the tions asked were: DRIGADF-Too many chiefs and not enough 'Indians paper a woman in Omaha has
Not on lilt! just cremated her fourth hue
your There's one place In Jax well
pilots here that in 1951: about suppliedrinrrt
Q. Were you ever forced to ihiS Cub S0 Pack 23 of the Lake Shore Methodist band."
60 percent of all officers died make has total
propaganda speeches a membership of 32 little Indians and Second O. M.: "Isn't that always
due to malnutrition lack of A. Yes. I 'was forced to three real live chiefs (Navy) as leaders. Left to 'W are, Fred
medical facilities or the ,extreme make a recording to wife Hobbs AMC, fubmastfr; Marion Riley, PIIC, cubmaster and the way? Some of us
cold weather. "A lot of my Hank Weicenstein, AOC, chairman of the pack committee. The get a man>; at all, while others
under constant occasion for
supervision. the dress was the four-den October Pack meeting have husbands. to burn..
men gave up. There was a '
Q. Is it wise to resist' Inter- -

very during low these morale times.in our Only group my rogation A. 'Yes.? Resist every ques- i II Employees Service Keep Up With NAS NewsAir I I

faith In God kept me moving tion but give them somethingthey -
from day to day." will. accept.Q. The Industrial Relations Department whom will return to their Jobs News.

Jle recalled one POW who Were you able to send at the Naval Air when their period of military The idea of sending the

remarked, "Don't bother to and receive mail? Station has' Instituted a new service Is completed. :The ma- copies to former employees,

wake me in the morning I A. We were allowed to send feature In the interest of civil- jority understandably are in'- now serving in almost aU parts
won't last through the night." three letters a month ,of which Ian of the world originated with
employees who ,
are now the
U. S.
:The next morning he was dead. about 10 percent were mailed. Navy although a fair Leonard ""B. Eubanks Industrial
serving in the Armed Services. representation
Comdr. Bagwell lost 70 Comdr. Bagwell is now attached are In the Army Relations officer. Funds for
Copies of the Jax Air News and Air Force. '
pounds as a POW. During the to the U. S. Naval Hos- mailing are provided by the
first eight months his food pital here. Upon detachmenthe official news organ of the Sta- News of the Station both of Employees' Association for
tion, have gone out to bout
consisted of crack corn boiled will reportto Naval Air Reserve military and civilian interests, Civil Service Employees at the
85 former employees, most of
without salt or millet twice a Training Unit are covered weekly In the Jax Naval Air Station.
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5 November 1953 ..JAX AIR NEWS Page Three \

ittiilllWffl( r '0::; ..:. """,, i" ..;c, ;, 158 Pass Exams Fleet Air Jax

For PromotionsFleet

exam results were received Observes 5th
at NAS and NATTCenter

p personnel office last week.
AH Some 83 of the 554 NAS per.

Witches and goblins, tricks and sonnel and 75 of the 370 NATT Anniversary

treats are safely behind us and Center personnel who took the '
Thanksgiving comes just betweenus exams will be officially rated as' Falling on the same date, but
and-Christmas! For those of Nov. 16, 1953. somewhat overshadowed by the
who make their own special BUI"- A total of 332 NAS and NAT 50th Anniversary of Powered

prises for that special person (or TCenter men and women passedall Flight last Sunday, was the fifth
persons!) we hint broadly that parts of the examinations, anniversary of Fleet Air Jacksonville -
you'd better start soon. Plenty of 4 but were not rated because of currently under the
books for helping with plenty of quota limitations and control. command of Rear Admiral Os-
Ideas for your work at home or 1954 Service-wide fleet exams borne D. Hardison. r
at the Hobby Shop. Better start for CPO, first, second, and third' Comprising some 30 U. S. At-
LESS OF THE 'EXTRAS' Personnel here will notice less of '
now with these: the types of food shown above on the bill of fare, due to recent classes will be held on Feb. 2, lantic Fleet squadrons and sub-
How To Build Game And Toys: Bureau of Budget cutback in money available for operation of Feb. 23, Feb. 16, and Feb. 9 reI I units, Fleet Air Jacksonville :
Trains, a circus, game boards, doll general messes. For example, top photo illustrates amount of spectively. I boasts more carrier air groups <
milk, eggs, fruit and chicken that would! normally serve ten
houses, tricks and just about people if savings generated by voluntary absentees could still be Further information concerning : assigned than all other Naval installations .
everything for the "child" of all used. The lower photo indicates that under the new cut, there eligibility for advancementis on the east coast com
Ages. would be a decrease of thirty pints of milk, one-half dozen eggs, available at the NAS education bined.
two pounds of chicken and five pounds of fruit. Notice the empty
office, extension 618, or
Gem Cutting: For the ambitious ORGANIZED here in 1948 to
spaces in lower photo after the cut. Even though these "extras" y\
workman who insists the shops have disappeared, the same quantities and quality of food provided NATTCenter education, exten provide \n additional Fleet Air
never have just what he'd make for by the Navy Ration Law vrlll still be served, and per sion 8383. Command, Fleet Air Jacksonville .
sonnel here will continue to eat well.
if he could-well
you can! reached a potent state of

300 Projects For Hand Decorating ... v.t # readiness by 1951. Since then it
Chief Chaplain ri .7.. ;;:. :f '., .,:".,' ...., :. has
t expanded with the
: Textiles, glass, wood, cork, steadily
etc. Ideas to help make the un- commissioning and arrival of
usual and beautiful gift when Conducts Annual several new air groups and the
your pennies never build into dollars opening of:1 carrier berthing
enough for the special gift Conference HereRear *- basin at Mayport last year

item. Instructions are easy to Initial Commander Fleet Ait-
follow and we are convinced you Adm. Edward B. Harp Jr., Jacksonville was Capt. Charles
ran make your Christmas cash goa Chief of Chaplains, met in con- L. Lee He was relieved by Rear
long way at the same time you ference at the Naval Air Station Adm. Calvin T. Durgin, who
make beautiful gifts last Friday with 35 Catholic and held the first permanent post.

Wood Caning Book: A tray, Protestant chaplains from naval Capt. Lee then became the first
knife holder, bowl, shelf, desk bases In Charleston, S. C., Mem- chief of staff, a position currently -
box, or anything you make In phis, Tenn., and throughout Flor held by Capt. Howard V. Hopkins -

wood can be more individual and ida.The .
exquisitely beautiful if carved. conference here completeda In early 1950, the command
Make Your Own Modem Fur month-long tour of East Coast reached its allocated strength

niture: We don't know: where you naval installations by the Ad for the first time when Carrier

could hide this sort of surprise miral. Air Group 1, 4, 13 and 17 sup.
gift but we do know you can Admiral Harp noted that every porting FasRon and Fleet Aircraft -
where he met with enthusiastic Toyland Scores Cadet Drill Team To
make the desired piece to fit the Electronics Training Unit
need or desire for that extra response from the various commands Perform In Jax Atlantic Fleet, Detachment 1 re-
comfort around jour home-or to the character guidance Big Hit With ported aboard for duty.
program In which the Navy has The Naval Aviation Cadet
else's.New .
someone FLEET
been the pioneer." Drill team from NAS Pensa- Weather Training '
Essentials For Upholstery, : Variety Of Gifts Unit Atlantic Fleet and Anti-
In welcoming group, Capt. cola will perform at the Flor
Another hard one to keep as a Submarine
Experimental Unit J,
Burnham C. McCaffree, Commanding ida-Georgia football game Sat-
unless it is a family Only three more paydays until based
surprise at
Officer of NAS Jax said urday at the Gator Bowl. The Key West, Fla., also
project-which it can be to make Christmas! come under this command.
that "at no time In our historyhas drill team will take the field
your home perk up. the spiritual welfare of our Early shoppers will find that Immediately after the pre. Rear Adm. Durgin gave way

Ideas For Bookcases and Book- service men been more necessary counters at the Navy Exchangesat game warm up of the football in May of 1949 to his Chief of

shelves: That is just a name, for than it Is today, when enemy Malnside, NATTCenter and team, approximately fifteen Staff Captain Lee, until July of
everything goes into this set of I forces are attacking men's minds Naval Hospital are already well minutes before game time. 1949 when he was relieved by
ideas' : storage space, display space i at every opportunity. Our national The appearance is one in a Rear Adm. John E. Cassady.
stocked with
for china, trophies, guns, shells, security is dependent to a glCt.mechandise, series during football season : Capt. Frank T. Ward became
etc., cabinets which are really large extent upon what the chap- and more items will bo added dur for the drill team whicfi has, Chief of Staff

desks or music systems, head- lains can do to fortify the service ing the coming weeks. and will appear, at numerous In Feb. 1950, Rear Adm. Alfred
boards for every member of the I is located in college and .football
men and give those returningfrom Toyland again professional E. Montgomery relieved Admiral
family, and, of course, you could the prisoner-of-war camps in Building 954, directly across from games. Cassady until early 1951.

just make a bookcase! Korea the inner strength they the Malnside Navy Exchange. Capt. Smith, who took over as
Leathrrcraft: Plain or tooled, need so vitally." Parents will find a variety of toysto Chief of Staff from Captain

there are many fine things to Capt. Martcll II. Twitchell, senIor please every youngster in the NAVY Ward in 1950, served as Com
make other than the traditionalbelt chaplain, was host for the oc household, plus bigger items suchas EXCHANGE mander Fleet Air Jax after Admiral .
or wallet.Choir. casion. bicycles, tricycles and wagons. Montgomery left and be.
Admiral Harp wasaccompaniedby Also at Toyland are Christmas fore the arrival of Admiral

Comdr. John F. McLaughlin, tree'decorations, Indoor and out- Hardison.
Leader, and Comdr. James W. Kelly of'the door light sets, electrical decorations .

Chaplains Division, Bureau of for the home, manger scenes, Wintrow Snares
New OrganistAt Personnel. They returned Friday wrapping' paper, ribbon and New this week'at the Navy Exchanges -

evening to Washington, D. C. Christmas cards on the Station are make.

All-Saints -' up kits, manicure sets, jewelryand POoftheWeekHonors

cosmetic sets, lamps, luggage,
With the appointment of Stephen mahogany dishes and gift house At CenterThis
W. Bedner as organist and
choir-director at All Saints hold appliances. Gift boxes for ( I* the fifth of a new Pel-

Chapel, plans are underway to Increase the men include shirts, socks, ties tyOf firrr-of-tho-Wcek scriei at
Naval Air Technical, Train"'dCenter \
the size of the present and hankies. For the ladles there
choir, provide a continuous musical are pajamas and slipper sets, lingerie .
program and present special rtf sets and hosiery.An Charles (Tom) Wintrow, YN5,
of Administration is one of the
music during the Christmas sea additional supply of regular
sailboat enthusiasts of the Train.
items has been received, and
son.Bedner ing Center without a sailboat.
to NAS Jax from
comes shoppers will find steak knife
Warren, Ohio, where he was organist sets, carving sets, pens and pencils Wintrow, who
and choirmaster at Christ billfolds, windbreakers, records throughout the
Episcopal Church. A member" of radios, cameras and equip. summer sailedon
the. ,American Guild of Organists, ment. the St.
he holds a bachelor of music degree F For those who find themselves Johns River,,

from the Philadelphia Con all thumbs, a gift wrapping service I oat his craft
;'< during the recent -
attended Temple University
servatory, is available for a small chargeIn
and studied privately un- Building 954, Toyland. Pack- rainstormshere.
der Edwin A. Kraft and Dr. Arthur ages will also be wrapped for .
Frledheim. --- Ir -- mailing on request. He is one of ,..,..

Personnel and their dependents OIiniL ISNT SHE PRETTY!-That's the thought expressed by -...---- the plankownivintrow
Interested in singing are invitedto Patty Traby (left) daughter of M/Sgt. and Mrs. Jack Truby, and The modern girl cares not It her ers at NATTCenter, coming 'hewn
join the choir. Rehearsals are Karen Jane Blahnik, daughter of Cletus Blahnik, AMC, and Mrs. hair looks like a mop; being a January, 1951.: During that
Blahnik the to the big-beautiful dolls at
they give once-over
held In the "Little at 1630 modern 'girl she
Chapel" doesn't know time he has been file and
I .Toyland., Located in Building ,954,. Matnslde,. Toyland offers a. supply
Thursdays.: I wide assortment of Christmas toys for the children. what a mop looks like. yeoman in Ceneral Office.


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i : .i.: .i.w : :: Four-Week 'Pioneering' Exercise .- .

; VP-3 Men 'Rough It' Amidst Wild Horses, Mud

t'' + Knee-deep mud and wild horses were Just two of the obstacles.
, overcome by men of VP-3 who.recently completed a four-week "pio
.' he rlng" exercise on Vieques Island, in the Caribbean. '

of the exercise, the
: As a result the. men claimed the .mud even
claim the distinction of
found its, way Into' their. food.
hartng been the first patrol
squadron to work off Vieques. In Ever-present frolicking of wild
horses on the
view of the rugged .work encountered

... ':::': :: '" ,;,, ',:; diIA.: other, it outfits is',doubtful would 'want ll1at' constantly hvndings were bothersome.made, the. Whenever animals

,,:,..,'r,. ,::;.(., ',f," ..:' ,'::' ::" \"';' ,',,,\ 'many had to be, chased off the field bya
'" :
?P2 NK? ,,>jf ;:.d.r-bij7:'.. honor, ,. couple of- jeep riding cowboy.,

'. W.f}., ,. Rain fell about'every third day, or scatteied by the pilots buzzing
"' the strip: : before landing.
earth into 'veritable .
the a .
".'.H' ......_, turning *! a
morass. With :the drying of the
Upon arrhal, the crew was
:. CARIBBEAN HACIENDA-You probably won't believe those tales of hardship from VF3personnel island, the mud hardened on four-man tents which;
during their .stay at Vieques Island in the Caribbean, but here's a picture to show clothes, boots, tents and .equip they
I' what their living quarters were like. during their sojourn there. The men constructed their own ment and actually had to be erected into homes. Showers
"barracks" which consisted of .four-man tents, erected 'In strategic areas to allow for proper drain were nothing more than a few
chiseled off when dry.
age during the heavy rains.
long planks put together like a
large carpenter's "work horse"

Voted VC-62, VF174. VA-10S, VJ-2, VP-3 Report with sprinklers suspended from
VF-13 them.

'Best' AboardCarrier Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons palms Sightseeing little and such.besides on the coconut island tices offered -,

-- -
FDRHard VC-62. Despite their rather hardy be-
Carrier qualifications aboard Pagel, ATAN. VA-105 ginning, however, men of VP-3
work and the cooperationof the USS Midway last week saw e I James L. Whiddon, ADE3, has spent the four weeks in high

all hands won VF-13 the initial jet carrier landings made VF174Two received his high school diploma morale l conducting operations,
coveted Captain's Inter-Divisional by Lcdr. Lee M. Blodget, Lt. "Hell Razors", Lt. (jg) through the USAFI program, becoming evaluating, and preparing the
Contest of the USS Roosevelt for (jg) Delois V. Holloway and Lt. Walter L. Hatfield and Lt. (Jg) the first squadron member way for units to follow them to
a two-month period recently. Edward D. Jones. Lt. Howard N. Robert F. Aumack received long to complete his secondary Vieques Island.
VF-13 surpassed all other divisions Wegmet and Lt Clare H. Elicker overdue transfer orders sending education via this program.
of the carrier and became made refresher landings. them nearly 100 paces from Hangar The VA-105 "welcome mat" haustible efforts' which made

the ship's leading squadron while Lcdr. Blodget, who will be of-' 116 to Fasron 6. goes out to Davis P. Privette, the 1953 hurricane season another
maintaining the standards necessary ficer-in-charge of a detachment The past week was 'a week of CS2, and, William T. Johl, AM2. complete success from a
to win the inter-divisional departing late this month, hada air shows for VF-174. Four air-' Privette returned from 30 days squadron operational viewpoint.
contest. little excitement when one of craft performed at Cecil Field in re-enlistment leave and Johl Preparations are now under.

Winning this ,contest was an his Banshee engines "flamed honor of the Society of American from NAS, Corpus Christi!, Tex. way for a squadron party which

"all hands" job. Each person in out" on a catapult shot. He madea Military Engineers.This The squadron extends its congratulations will mark the official closing of

VF-13 from the pilots, compartment single-engine approach and on past Sunday "hotrod" pilot to John D. Reiken, the hurricane* season.
cleaners, plane captains, getting the cut, his other engine Ensign John Wasson partici- AT2, and Keith G. Watkins, SN. a a. a
"whitehats" on liberty and the pated in the Air Show staged at Reiken'was recently awarded his VP-J
"salesmen" of the educational office quit.Lt.. Sherman E. Brent, checkedin Imeson Municipal Airport. The first Good Conduct Medal and Man, did you dig those seal
contributed to the victory Monday from Photographer's VF-174 pilot buzzed the field in Watkins was advanced to SN. cool cats in VP-3 Those new

As a reward for winning this Mate (B) School. During World his "Cougar". The "Cougar" was The VA-105 officers trouncedthe exposure suits they're wearingare
contest the squadron waa given a War II he participated in the also at the airport for static dis- USS Meredith officers in a really the gonest! If you
choice of & three day liberty in Battles of Leyte Gulf and Iwo play over the weekend. night softball game, 9 to 4. Lcdr. think a good pair of tailored
Jima and credited with Oscar Sloan has Roy S. Reeves blues fits with a tight hug just
either Venice or Rome. was de- M. AD2, re- "skipper", pitchedfor
stroying two Japanese planes and cently become the father of a the VA-105 "broadsiders"and I try those rubberized jobs. It
probably destroying three others: "bouncing baby boy" tilting the led the hitting attack with takes "two to tango" and two to

Data On A-Bomb Other recent arrivals are Don- scale at 9 ,lbs. 1 oz. All hands two homeruns. Lt. Ralph A. get a guy in .or out of them.

ald B. Boyd, PHAN; Charles D. are being urged, to actively participate Beverly, electronics officer, play- The flight crews aren't really
Herman, PHAN; John W. Adams, in the newly reorganized ed a stellar game at shortstopfor complaining though, because
Radioactivity Is AOAN; Clyde N. Wright, AMAN; VF-174 educational program the flyers. Unfortunately, he they're about the best thing
Phillip M. Hacker, ADC; JohnW. under the guidance of Ensign left the game early when a low available for cold "Icelandic" ,
Made AvailableThe Scott, ADC, and, Kenneth G. Scholl and Chief Watson. dribbler injured one of his fin nights, days, or just anytime ':
gers. when you're flying in that climate I
advent of aircraft
jet a ,
'1/' I
leaves no spot on the globe safe VI.2There Seen passing out cigars around

from atomic attack. Hundreds of have been several alter- Hangar 140 were the following

lives could have been saved at ations to the VJ-2 roster "in the "white-hats" who were advancedin

Nagasaki and Hiroshima had the past few weeks. "Hurricane'Hun rating: Johnny B. Thurmond,
ter" personnel welcomed nine (Please Turn to Page 5, Col. 5)WHOOPING
populace been informed in methods "I !
new men into their ranks: Joa-
of self I
guine D. Curry, ADI; James W.
Many of these techniques are Walker, AE3; Lee Lande&m, AM3 -
outlined in a recent film "Self ; Burbank D. Mitchell, PHAN; 'YtGILY
Preservation in an Atomic Bomb fl4ii. C. Edward Kwiatkowski, PHAN;
Attack," MA 7325, presently *:, John A. McKay, PRAM; Eddie
available at the Aviation Training .. Rogers TN Robert Zimmerman {
.. ; 11. .
"?. ; <. >.: '.:" ', } < lNl1K
Film Library. Individual safety .Lj
AEAN, and Roy W. Per-
measures for both air and underwater :r ..' ,) kins, AEAN. r?
bursts covered. :'
The squadron also. bid a fond
THE PREPARATION and detonation ,, : adieu to six men: Richard E.
,. .
of A-bombs is dramatically -- -- Burke
PN2; ; Newton L. Sewell,
BLACKOUT HOOD INVENTION-Albert Delimiter, Pita, in-
illustrated in "Operation Cross
stalls a section of the blackout hood which he designed and built AM2; Robert W. O'Dell, PHA3, le .
roads". MN 6817, a technicolor for use in VP-5 planes. The device decreases the amount of light and Warren A. Redick, AT3.
film taken at the Bikini 'Able' that spills into the cockpit from the wingtip searchlight at night, Harold T. Mohrlok, A03 and
and 'Baker' day tests. "The U. S. facilitating instrument use and enhancing safety. Wayne C. Kirwin, ADAN have

Navy in Operation Sandstone"MA Designed By VP-5 Member- traded their Navy blue for civ-
6845, shows the success of ilian garb. Y

Task Force Seven at Enlwetok. Enhances The "Hurricane ifunter" list Yik
A considerable number of other Special Blackout, Ho for advancement included the k1I

films on atomic energy and radiological following: Robert A. Baumann,
warfare are also available Safety During Searchlight Use HM1;; Patrick J. Lynch, AD2;
Training film MA 9174 A "The John A. Hubner, AE2; Gerald
Radioisotope" gives the fundamentals Increased accuracy and flight P. Albert .
I operations.The Hpoke, AE2; L. Morgan
of radioactivity. safety during patrol plane. blindness is caused by :AL2; John M. Phillips, AL-
OTHER FILMS IN this series searchlight operations have sudden light flooding into the 2; Edward G. Moore, AT2; Duane l
go Into practical procedures for been enhanced by the development cockpit when the wingtip i i G..Smith, AT2; Henry S. Swamp, ''si Lr
measuring radioactivity and meth- of a ,special blackout hood, searchlight is being trained on AT2; Joseph C. Andrews, A'r2j; : ..z
odology. Decontamination proce- designed by a member of VP-5, targets. I Henry _L. Steck, PH2; John A.
based at Keflavik,
dures and handling* methods are currently TilE HOOD consists of three Getchell, AD3, and Robert E. AfPSINPi
demonstrated in the MN 6949 Iceland. pieces of thin plexiglass covered Babis!, PR3.. .
series entitled "Industrial Radiological CONCEIVED: and built by Al- 'with green cloth mystic At a recent Captain's Inspec- ,
Decontamination of Ships.. bert R. Delllriger, PR3, the de- tape. The pieces are cut to fit tion, Comdr. Lukas V. Dachs BEAUTY-Shirt-.
Cotler old dancerat
of vice reduces the chance of momentary against the two windows the ley 22-year
Information and scheduling on (commanding officer) extendedhis the Las Vegas Sands Hotel -
training films can be had by callIng blindness sometimes right side of the cockpit, and congratulations, thanks, anda Is shown warming up for
423 or from Aviation Training experienced by pilots flying the side part of the co-pilot' "well done" to the men of a dance routine. Something
168. night warfare forward window VJ-2 for about Indian Summer, they
Film Library, Building antl.pubPlsrlpe] their fine and inex- tell us.' '


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1 ::= JAX AIR NEWS Page Five 1 1tt

.( Change Of CommandFor

Fasron 109
'<: .
Comdr. Grover G. Gilmore

x { was relieved as skipper of Fas-

ron 109 last week by Lcdr., wn-

Ham C. Hartmann, former exec-
utive officer of the squadron.

Comdr. Gilmore, who has ;

been with Fasron 109 since ______
July 1952; will report to Nor-
folk, Va., for further transferto ; .frx

the UEE Valley Forge.
Lcdr.. Hartmann reported' to

Fasron 109 in January of 1953

0. tt. from the office of the Chief of

Naval Operations. r :


SHOES TO 'FILL-Symbolizing the change of command of
Fasron 109 last week, Comdr. Grover G. Gilmore (left) shows
Ltdr.V11llam C. Hartmann, the new skipper of the Fleet Air
Wine Eleven unit, the shoes he will have to fill.15Hour SALTY HUMOR FROM
4 1..-- w-

TelethonFor Fleet Air .
Tax her deathbed,. the beautiful
star burst into tear and whis- I.
Drive Duo Cited ForAchievements ENDS SURVEY-Rear Adm.
Palsy pered weakly to her husband, "Oh, I General Harry It. Jarrett, Deputy Inspector
Hector, you've been so good to me, I Inspector General of the Navy,
Seeking TalentNaval and I've been such a bad girl.I is bade farewell by Capt. Hum-
Two, Fleet Air Jacksonville ham C. McCaffrre, commanding
I've kissed hundreds of other
personnel who wish to enlisted men were commendedby men." Completes officer of NAS Jax, as he
departed NAS last Saturday
lend their'' talents to the big Vice Adm. John J. Ballen-
"Don't excite yourself," said her following a three-day tour.
15 hour television marathon, line, Commander Air Force, U. husband calmly. "Who do you Of Area Facilities The Inspection of area facilities -
"Celebrity Parade for Cerebral S. Atlantic Fleet, for their I think put the cyanide In your was part of a general sur
Palsy", to be staged In Jack- Joint development of a canopy coffee?" Rear Adm. Harry B. Jarrett vey est of being"efficiency conducted and in econo-inter

sonville Nov. 21, can volunteer release mechanism and its op- Deputy Inspector General my."

their services. erating instructions.The The southern father was introducing of the U. S. Navy, and

Stars of stage, screen, radio men, Frank E. Fuquay, his family to the governorof his party departed the Naval Navy Artist
-' and television will converge on ADC, and William F, Burke, his State: "Seventeen boys"
Air Station I last
Jax for the big show, the per- ADI, are both members of VF- he explained proudly, "and all of
formers are donating their tal- 173, currently operating In the them Democrats except Johnny after completing a survey of Scores At

ents to help raise funds to aid Mediterranean area aboard the there, the little rascal. He got to facilities in the Jax area.

Cerebral Palsy victims. attack carirer USS Wasp.. readin." The visit here was part of a Jax ExhibitOne

Such well-known stars as Robert Their invention is designedfor general survey of shore establishments -
emergency use in the eventof "How I tint met motheris Navy artist was among
Q. Lewis, who will emcee your in the southeast, which is
the marathon; James Melton, failure of an F9F-6 Navy not a story for' little ears like being conducted in the interest of those winning recognition in the
"Cougar" jet's primary canopy ," the chief told his son from current exhibition of oil paint
Jane Pickens and Pedro Gon- yours "efficiency and economy", the Ad-
[ ings at the Jacksonville Art Mu
injection system. behind the
rales, will participate. newspaper. miral said. Such matters as per
The program will originate Admiral Ballentine laudedthe "But one thing can tell you, Itertd.lnly sonnel, morale, finance, engineering seum.
Philip V. Arrabia, ANAB, Fas/
cured from whl
me -
Hotel simplicity and ingenuity ofBurke's and fire prevention are
from the George Washington -
ron Nine at NAS Cecil Field, wan
auditorium and will be seen and Fuquay's mecha tllng. studied at each base. Any Im-
awarded fourth with hlflalntlng"'of.
nism. Their manual canopy provement developed at one base,
.over Channel 4, WMBR-TV, be- .
release would be invaluable he A sailor with five hashmarkswas a scene.
Nov. 21. he added, is carried on to others
gining at 1000 Saturday
Auditions will be held Satur said, since it permits releaseof sitting in a restaurant with that might profit by the new Cortenay Hunt, of Orange
the when the his wife He was busily downinga Park, a professional portrait
canopy primary : method or procedure.
day, Nov. 14, between 1000 and
systems are rendered in* large dinner while his wife sat painter, won first prize with hid!
1200 in the hotel auditorium. TUB ADJUltAwas met in
by looking out the window A portrait "Barbara Lakey.
from crash
Further information may be obtained Charleston, S. C. by Capt. Burn-
other curious waitress inquired if the Other winners were: Second
by calling the UCP Tele- ham C. McCt\ffrce, commanding
wife were hungry, and she replied, I prize, an urban scene by Memphis
thon Hcadguarters office, 5-3168, officer of the Naval Air Station
"Yes, I am, but I have to wait Wood; third prize, a landscape, by
I or being on deck for the au- 128 Violators In until Henry finishes with the and Commander, Naval Air Bases, Mrs. Elva Christensen, and fifth
ditions. Sixth Naval District, who returned -
\I 28-Day Period teeth." to Jacksonville with the prize, .a figure study, by Missy
S Weems. Honorable mentions wentto
During I the 28-day period survey party Tuesday evening of
Marcella Bear for
VF-31 "Shure and me boy Michaels "Masquerad-
CompletesTraining from Oct. 2 through Oct. 30, 128 last week.
coming home tomorrow," shouted ers"; Virginia Hlllyard, a still life,
station traffic violators were Mrs. Murphy across the fence to WHILE HERE, the group inspected and Mary Mcquaid, a landscape. .
Stint arraigned at NAS traffic court.
NAS Cecil Field, NAAS
her The
neighbor exhibit, which features 70
Speeding was the most frequent Sanford, Green Cove Springs Na
"Oh, and that's fine news, paintings by professional and
In AllWeatherLike offense, with 32 offend Mrs. O'Leary congratulated her. val Station, and commands attached amateur members of the museum, .

ers. "But I thought he'd been sent up to NAS Jacksonville. Is open to the public at the Art
ducks take to water, '{F- Of_128 attending traffic court, for five years?" They left here Saturday for the Museum, 1550 Riverside Ave.,
31 pilots. now take to the air in 32 received auto restrictions; "lIe was that," conceded Mrs. ; Marine Corps Air Station, Mi- through Nov. 13. Museum hoursare

all kinds of weather since com- 25 were awarded suspended Murphy, "but he got off for good ami. Other Florida bases to be 1300 to 1700 dally, except

pleting FawTuLant's new all sentences; six cases were dismissed behavior." Inspected are Key West and Monday, and 1400 to 1700 Sun-

weather squadron training pro- ; two referred to the com- "Ah," said Mrs. O'Leary, ''It'' Pcnsacola. days. .
gram at NAS Key West, Fla. license be Admiral Jarrett .
manding officer; one I must a great consolation was accompa- .
First to train' under the pro- was revoked, and 40 personnel know that you have such a to. nied by 14 military officers and Scouting The Squadrons
gram, the only one of its kind on received warnings. son." civilians.
,the east coast, pilots of the Fleet (Continued from Page 4)

Air Jax unit logged numerous ALl; Wilbert II. Vogel, ATlj: Romaine -
night hours in their F2H-3 Ban- H. Vanrossum, AD2; Alex-

shees during, the four-week pe- ander J. Doncer, AE2; CharlesL.
riod. Dusenberry AE2
; Ray H.
h Gorman, AE2 Jack E.
+ l{ ; Griffin,
The school's mission is that of lhtr AE2; Thomas Helgoland. AE2;

training carrier pilots to track : William A. Long, AE2; Ralph J.

down and score ."enemy kills" R r t Bloom, AK2; Robert B. Whale, _
with the aid of a radar Ground 4 V AL2; Harold D. Adams AM2;

Control Interceptor and aircraft "J. T." Edley, AM2; Van E. Gold-

radar. y, smith, AM2; Roy L. Gooch, AM2;

Fighter;: Squadron 31's training Louis Oquendo, AM2; Bayard C.
at Key West is part of its conversion McNagny, AM2; Harold B. Craw-

from a fighter squadronto ford, A02; Jack G. Potter, AT2;
an all weather unit. It is the 't David G. Reed, AT2, and George
first squadron in the Jackson- : K. Evans, AD3.Exchanging .

vile'area to be designated all their woolen dress

weather. ( j blues for civilian
gray flannels
: at the separation center. were;
As a part of the curriculum, Carl R. Byrne, MN2; Francis J.

pilots would be pre-warned of Hayes, SN, and William J. Lar-

"enemy" aircraft approaching by kin, SN.
means of GCI which is capable .
of 'picking up planes at a distance RE"ELERS-Gypsfes to pixies were represented at the Wave's Halloween costume dance A child is a thing that stand
I held last Thursday at Mainside! gym Here's a cross section of just what was to be seen at the shin
almost doubling that dur- dig1. First prize ,for best costume, went to Pansy Qulnnellf, AN, outfitted, as a circus fat lady, halfway between an adult and a
ing World War It. (middle front row). I television screen. .



age. Six JAX AIR NEWS 5 November 1953

'Plenty Of Work' .:; :J. : :: ::: ,s'.r;'::;.,' <.+.' Weight-Lifters ..
'<" jl. t:<<'<: ',

TIMEOUT Mapped For Jax: >"i !<'r":'J.' Impressive In

Basketball Club i Local MeetingAgainst

Seventeen men, including nine the strongest compe
returnees, survived the first squadcut
tition in Jacksonville, the Jax
as the Jax Navy Fliers increased
By John Charvat the tempo of practice for Navy-Marine varsity weightlifting -

the 1953-54 basketball opener team scored 16 out of a pos
The "best infielder
on any VJ-62 of Sanford sible 35
against Friday, points to, finish secondin
service i team" Jax
Navy '
Nov. 27.poach.
a meet won by the Lakeshore
shortstop Lucky. Luttrell
McCaffrey reminded r vrHEAVE
discharged from theservice Barbell Club.
was however, that there are
here yesterday.An still more cuts to be made. The In the Mr. Jacksonville contest,

excerpt from This Morn- veteran mentor will carry a trav- M Joe Muff of Fasron Six annexedthe
Ing' by Shirley Povich In The
winner's trophy and
eling squad of 12, issuing three Spike
Washington Post, Sunday Oct 18, more suits for home encounters.. Tenpenny of ComFair Jax was

nada: Surviving the' initial cut were an easy third.
". The most rookie
exciting Dick Tate, Vince Zoda, Bob Orabaz Coaches Fran Franzblau! and

prospect in the Nat's training Buddy Layne, Ed Burgoyne, Richard Abruzzese were highly

camp next spring will be Lyle Junior Cassell, Jim Roberts, Bill HO!-Nearly 700 pounds goes Into the air as Richard I pleased with the initial appear-

(Lucky) Luttrell, six-foot, Ward and Frank Kloss, all letter. Abruzzese of AO School hoists his teammates of the weightlifting ance of their iron heavers.

right-handed hitting shortstop men, and Al Visnius, Kevin Higgins : team. From left to right are Coach Fran Fran lau' ((203)),
who will be a Christmas present I Bob Zachmeyer (195)! ), Jerome Filer (155)) and Abe Shadden Don Kessick, FAW-11, captur.
to the Washington club. Charles Hallman, "Red"Rogers I (148)). lax Navy finished second In the Lakeshore Bar Bell Club ed top honors in the heavy
Don Scott, Bob Balchu- : meet Monday night.VC62 weight division with 665 poundsin
"On that he'll be
day, discharged -
nas, Jack Riley and Bill Drau'ht.1 three lifts. Bob
from the
Navy after A 30-game schedule awaits the I AK School, took third place.In .
two In which
years big league
Fliers, much tougher by comparison Dislodged From
scouts called him, 'the best in. than the '52-53 slate through the 181-pound division, lift
fielder on any service te'am. ing out of his class, Johnny Lopez
which Jax Navy won 22 and lost
Those are fitting words of AO School, took third place

praise for a modest athlete and I eight.Never one to over estimate his Moinside Keg PerchWith with 625 pounds. Bob Filer, AE

fine gentleman such as Lucky. material, Coach McCaffrey philosophically ] School, copped third place in the

The. big guy can hit one downtown said, "There's plenty of ; but one week of competition remaining, the fceglers 165-pound class.

but it's his leather work work to be done before we'll be : 1 of VC-G2 No. 1 have relinquished their lead in the Main- Glenn Glossner, ANP( ) School,
that will gain him a berth in the I took second place in the 148-
smooth. We're not up to what we side Intramural Bowling1 League to the defending champions
majors were at this point last year"HaiiIon's of Fasron Six. pound class, and Larry Hobrecht,
.. ANP) School, won a first in
While Molusky Field, honoring While the new leaders were Wingers the 132-pound division with

the late Lcdr Carl Moluskyof I Scoring grinding out a double win, 62's In one of the week's closest three lifts totaling 415 pounds.

VP-1S seems to be a Unanimous rollers were beaten 3.1, by Sup. matches, VC-62 No. 2 defeated .

choice in the contest to Spree Highlights ply and held to a 2-2 standstill Fasron 109's Beavers, 3-1, with the

name the NAS varsity football with Operations' improved club. total pintail, 22332228. A 527 by Turkey Shoot OpenTo

turf, other titles have been sub- "Red" Fleming led the winning John Beasley paced the victors.
Center Grid Play NAS Personnel
mitted which are worth men Storekeepers with a 501 in the. Bolls, Edlo Shine
Servicemen have been extended
tioning.One Chuck Hatch and Carl Jablon- first contest, and R. J. Shanley's The third club to gain two shut
an invitation to partici-
in particular seems to ringa ski sparked Training Facilities to 510 was the big noise for Operations out victories last week, VP-18,
pate in the annual Thanksgiving
bell From H. R. Allison, Jr., a pair of victories in last week's overwhelmed Operations and VF-
turkey shoots sponsored by
ComNab Sixth. Naval District, NATTCenter intramural touch Banshees Team To Beat 11. Bob Bolm's 542 in the first
the VFW Post No. 7909 of
comes the name, "Dedication football. action. Fasron Six showed last week contest and a 514 series by Carl Wesconnett.

Field." Hatch scored a brace of touch that it is definitel ythe team to Edlo in the second match stood
Shoots will be held on Sat .
Allison writes, "Jt is suggestedthat downs and a conversion to push beat by conquering VF-11's Red out for the Patrolmen.
urday mornings, Nov. 7, 14 and
the name of our field be over a 13-0 decision against Special Raiders, 4-0, and VC-62 No. 2, 3-1. Milt Kesslngerled FAVV-11 toa 21, at the post grounds on

'Dedication Field'. Services, and Jablonski's pay. Despite picking up only 2,207 4-0 conquest of ComFalrJax, Blanding Blvd. Proceeds go to

"An athletic field should be station jaunt accounted' for a 7-0 pins the new league-leaders were while John Brkich held up the los the Post's building fund.

dedicated to good sportsmanship, win over AO Marines.AE able to VF-11
I shut-out a weak ing end by banging out 490 pins.In Starting time each Saturdayis
fair play, and keen competition School kept with the that
pace team picked up a mere 1,943
other matches on the :Main- 1000 until dark. Participants -
"Men who have been stationed Trainers by hacking out a pair of stick's.
side lanes last week, Fasron 109'sBeavers must bring their own
here at any of the varied wins with Coach Jim Daly annex Bob PerkIns' 537 series led the ComFairJax
upended guns.
activities, those who have visited ing scoring honors. The Sparks Banshees in their win over 62's
3.1; the Hellrazors of VF-174
I here, and service men and downed their old rivals, AO Navy, "jayvee" team.Hospital .
gained a forfeit win over VP-16,
women the world over have 12-7, and then poured it on hap blanked two opponentsIn and Prey Medicine took three AE Hellers Humble

dedicated themselves, many less Marine Co. 40, 26-6. last week's play, gaining a win
points from Personnel
giving their lives, so that we Twenty-one points by Hanlon by the forfeit route over VP-16 Standup Throiih Friday, Oftobn 1 30 Special Servces
may remain free and play and and a touchdown by "Doc" New and a victory over Prey Medi Tear M. J. fct.
Fasron Six ......... 35 9 ..745VC62 Aviation Electrician School 1s 1
enjoy sports of all kinds. comer enabled AO Navy to defeatCo. cine's docile crew No.1......... M 11 .TiO still slim
"It would be difficult to. 39 270. Co. 38 blanked Co. Hospital! 32 12 ..727l'AWn holding a one-game lead
say V J-% ImprovedStanding
:::::::::::: :30 14 ..6H2VIMS over Aviation Ordnance School in
that any one, two, or any thousand 41140. out in both wins for ........... 25 12 .676
I Fwron 309 ........... 28 20 .583 the NATTCenter Intramural Volleyball -
of those Individuals did more John Cloherty, Dick Crutch- the Medics:: were Paul Jula and Supply .... 23 18 .561
than other field and Mike Murphy scored "Doc" Anderson.One VJ-f: ..::::nu:::::: 21 20 ,512VF League.
any -171 .............. 23 25 ..47Operation < Last week the Sparks two
"And those among the living touchdowns as MAD romped to an of the hottest clubs at the 18 26 .400 won
VC-62 No, 2 :::::::::: IS 22 :.41 matches, defeating the Marines by
T-ho dedicated to the fact that 18-0 conquest of Co. 37. Co. moment VJ-2 (-0 victories
are easy picked up Com 'alrJall: ........17 27 .186
... .. .. ........ 28 forfeit and blanking Special Serve
re, and those of the future, shall 41 and 40 fought to a scorelesstie over VF-174 and FAW-11, VF-11 16 .164Prev.
Medicine ...... 14 30 .318 ices
remain free should we not as did Special Services and with Prosek's 528 series leadingthe Personnel .......... T :U .171 110.LITTLE .
I VP-16 ..... ... ......, 2 u .OW
dedicate something vibrant and Co. 38. I way in the first encounter and I- MJKe 1

e living such as an athletic. field, to In the only major upset, Co. 37 Robertson's 525 the big screechIn

them?" blanked AK School, 120. the upset win over the Air Local Boxers


I I Success No_Stranger_To Veteran Jax_Navy Coach /- AAU Enter Meet State

The baseball and basketball lost :34. Walters made his debut.

success: of Jax Navy is the per. Possessed with a strong belief, He culminated nine years of Jax Navy-Marine ring squad

sonal'success story of Coach that, "Any boy. althoughwith organized baseball with.the Jack win be heavily represented in the

Frank McCaffrey, a fiery 44- little ability, but having desire sonville Tars in 1942. Florida AAU Boxing Champion-

year-old Irishman who has tu- and a fighting heart. is a ships to be held in the Duval

toyed local "fives" and "nines" potential outstanding athlete," McCaffrey played hammer-and- County Armory, Dec. 13. Fifteen
handled his varsities tongue basketball in the old east and 14 Leatherneck
since 1918McCaffiey. McCaffrey has Navy boxers
is not reluctant to accordingly.Jax ern professional leftgues' and has have filed entry blanks.

admit, "I'm always used to play Navy baseball and basketball -I the scars to prove it. Ills theoryon The AAU Championships, sanctioned -

ing on a winner, and that's what teams have never been overrun the game today is to go along by the Florida Association(

we've strived for here." with proven stars, such as to with the trend of fast breaks, AMY, sponsored by Jacksonville -

And that's exactly what the be found in the basic' training placing ,emphasis on control. Navy and conducted by the Jack

gregarious coach has produced. camps of every branch of the Perhaps McCaffrey's largest sonville Recreation Department, M

Only in '48, McCaffrey's initial armed forces. single contribution to station has will feature fighters in all ama- -

season at the helm of varsity Yet, with the "outstanding ath- been as director of the Jackson teur weight classes. DYNAMITE II'
to. has moulded fine ville-Navy Boys' Baseball Train- Last at Green Cove Never doubt the man who says
1 have the Fliers failed lete", McCaffrey night big things come in small pack-
I finish above the .500 mark. representatives ror.Jax Navy on Ing Camp which enters its sixth Springs the local varsity was pit ages. Here's ample proof from

'Jax Navy's won-lost record under local, state and regional battle season in March. ted against the Green Cov Sail- the Jax Navy-Marine boxing

McCaffrey's tutelage: grounds. So it is, that the old Irishmanis ors. Two weeks ago Jax defeatedthe team in the 126-pound frameof
Roy Collins (left), wh
Baseball-48 ((28-32)); 50 ((42- Coach Mac's diamond' back- ready for another of many Irish, 6-3, at the NATTCenter squares off here against Marcus .

34)); '51 ((27-20)); ':;2 ((51-34));. '53 ground dates back to the sandlotsof campaigns with Jax Navy. The Auditorium. Betas, 118-pounder from

1 (54.31)Won) 202, lost 151. Pennsylvania in 1930, where cagers rip the cover off an attractive On Nov. 12 the varsity Is slated I Hawaii.The local leather pushers

Basketball=50-51 (18-16)); '51- two years previously the great schedule in late November, for a smoker against the Golden I foe went at Green against Cove their Springs second

52-(18.10)52.53( ); '(228)Won') 58, Cincinnati righthander. B u c't k y and success will be no surprise Arrows at Fort Jackson, S. C. Naval Base Wednesday.

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5 November 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven ,. ;t tu

Eglin AfB Tumbles Flier, 33-0; 1

Atlanta I GSD Here Fridoy AI 1430 :

.. )
Hunt Second Win f' ,.fi> ::'. -" Lone Star Grads ,

3f ; '."
Of 53 Season ..: .J.lf. ..J' "'- Too Much For
.. > .
Football again this week at \.:' Depleted NavyThe

the Naval Air Station. . smooth functioning

Jax Navy vs. Atlanta Gen- Eglin Field Eagles cavorted

'eral Supply Depot, Friday nt +AI their way to a decisive 33-0 '

1430 on Varsity Field, corner triumph over injury riddled j

:T1L of Yorttown and Mustin. Jax Navy before 3,000 partisan '/

at the winners'
It is hoped that past performances ., >t
,,' Stadium last Saturday;
will be thrown out the win- afternoon.

dow as the Fliers attempt to unravel "i;" ;bf( It was Lone Star State. day at

--- '" themselves from a four- Eglin as n trio of former Texan

TOUCH TROPHY-Rear Adm. -----m-n--------m-1 last i A&M greats, Center Hugh Meyer,
losing skein capped
mander Fleet Air Jacksonville presents the FairDetJar football game Quarterback Ray Graves and
championship trophy Fasron Six team captain John Campbell week with a brutal 33-0 loss to
AM3 while roach Gene Szymkeiwicz (right) looks on. Fas- 1 Halfback Glenn Lippman, com-
ron Six is representing Fleet Air DetJax in the ComAlrLant Eglin Air Force Base. bined talents to set the Fliers:

tournament now in progress at Quonset Pt., R. I. tutors on TV back for the fifth time this sea!

The has been advanced to son.
game > '
Banshees Rate Favorites Friday in order to permit station Graves passed for two touch-
downs and scored once Lippman,
fans to view the Georgia-Florida .a. ,
i a perhaps the most outstanding
encounter at the Gator Bowl Sat INSURANCE DIVIDEND back the Fliers have faced,

In HAS Grid Playoff urday afternoon. WMBR-TV' will Used only sparingly in the scored twice,,and the fine puntingof
early stages of the season, Center -
telecast the latter clash. Jim IJoroff 195-poundcr, Meyer got the Eagles out of

Since tipping Shaw AFB 13-0 has now moved into a regular several tight jams.
The stage is set for the knock-down, drag-out grid tussle berth. Boroff will be in the Four times the punchless Fliers
between Personnel and Fasron Six for the Mainside In- Oct. 3, the local eleven has not 1 lineup tomorrow afternoon moved within ten yards of theEagles'

tramural Touch Football toga. The Personnelmen are mark- been able to find the right com when Jax Navy ((1-5) hosts
but denied
goal, were A
ing time until the Banshees complete participation in the bination to produce another win. Atlanta(5-2) General at 1430.Bellamy Supply Depot touchdown each time.

ComAir Lant touch tourney at Quonset Point U. I., this Jax Navy's "deck" has been : End Joe Peterson blocked A

week.On riddled with InJuries, transfersand I Navy punt and recovered five

past performances, the forthcoming die Burgoyne to Len Shriver, I complacency. Coaches Dick Upsets yards from pay-off soil to set up

pay-off battle favors Fas- Maylander and Ed McNclll have the initial score. Graves went over ..
with a dash of "salt" added by
ron Six. VP-16, closest to the shuffled, reshuffled and dealt off Wallace In Fall on a quarterback sneak to leadoff
Jim helped Personnel I
leaders, was taken by Fasron Six, Dempsey, the bottom in order to find a win the second stanza.A .

27.6, and. defeated by Personnel, flack\ Supply to bits, 4512. ning "hand", but to no avail scant nine plays later, Full-

1918. Both teams knocked over Supply rebounded for Its first Practice sessions were tuned toa Cup TourneyDarkhorse back Del Gander sauntered 20

O&R 276. win of the season by blanking high pitch this week, however and favorite collide yards to give the Eagles their

NARTlTs defending champ- FaetuLant, 26-0. Jim Hammers and the local forces appear readyto this weekend'when Ray Bellamy second marker.

pions were swamped, 25-7 by, and Don Mumm the big pour it on the Atlanta kettle Lippman spurted through a big
were keysfor tees off against Lou Chaff in a
in the Navy defense for a
Fasronites but only gap
the yielded the is empty and waiting.FOOTBALL .
12.6 to Personnel. Storekeepers. semi-final match in the cham- third Eglin touchdown following a

has pionship bracket of the Fall Cup blocked punt and a 15-yard pen-
Fasron Six, in seven games,
1 alty. He added the extra point
piled up 194 points with 32 scored SPECIALFor Golf Tournament.The .
and it was 19-0 at the Intermis
against it. On the other hand unheralded Bellamy, free-

Personnel has tallied 162 points ( Wek of Nov. 7)) swinging ex-University of Maryland sion.The Eagles, by this time a ferocious -
while being stripped for 60.
Boston U. ."......t.......... ............, v 8. ............................... Holy Cross linkster, fought his way machine, marched 88 yards

In contests last week, VC-62 Dartmouth .................................. ,.s. .................................. Columbia into the semI-fianl round by
edged O&R in an old-time thriller,
carving out 4 and 2 decision
on the strength of first downs. Duke ............................................ vs. .............-,........................... Navy over highly-regarded a Bob Wal- THE YARDSTICK

The game was tied 19.19 at the Michigan ........................1........... 's. .................._................. Illinois lace. Jax Navy Kgllo AFtt
9 ... .. .-, First Down . . 11
end of regulation play. Indiana ........................................ vs. ................................. Minnesota: Chaff in 88 ........ Vfl*. Rushing ........1'*
played superbly 17........, Passes Alt ......... 11
Fasron Six blasted NARTU, Kansas State .:............................ vs ....................M................ Kansas gaining a 2 and 1 verdict from !5 ......... Passes Comp. ......... 4
R<) ......... YU.' Pausing ..... ...\m
25-7, on several late scoring Michigan State ..-?..............:..... vs ................................ Ohio State Leonard Cooley to gain a spotin 50. ......... Prnaltlrs ...... .. .. Sf '
bursts. Ron Rosen tallied twice 1 .. .. Fumbles Lost ..... .. .. 0
'Tex" Houston ...................................... "11. ......................................... Tulsa the seml.finalround.
from 40 yards out, while
Dvorznak to Pete Giovannini Auburn ........................................ vs ........................................ Miami Another championship flight to score just before time tan out

clocked for a pair of touch. Georgia ........................................ vs. ....................................... Florida semi-final match will sec Bill in the third quarter. Fullback A.

downs. Kentucky ................................... vs ..........................._ VanderbiltL. Barrow facing Ed Weeks. Barrow J. Baker culminated the sortie on

S. U. >........'r................-............. vs ...................?........_ TennesseeRice and Weeks both earned this an option around end.

The magic combination of Ed- ................................-............ vs. ........................,,..._.. Arkansas shot by picking up 1-up victories Graves' fourth period toss to

Texas .............._...........__..'..... vs. ....................................... Baylor over the 21-hole route. Lippman carried 30 yards for a

Newton FiguresIn S. M. U....................... vs. ..................... Texas A, and M. Barrow's victimwas John Adams touchdown and the Eagles calledIt .

Wyoming ...-...........,......-........... vs. .............. Oklahoma A, and M. while Weeks bested Bill a day at 33-0.

Determining Stanford ............?........................ vs .......................... Southern Cal. Haas. Jax Navy Fullback Bob Batson .

Wisconsin .........:........................ vs. .......................... Northwestern In second flight play, Jack Gu- sparked a 70-yard foray that lost
Grid jin subdued Jim Bain, 3 and 2. momentum at the enemy six.
WinnersIt (Predict The Srorp of Thin Game) Adm. Hardison continued play- Batson ate up all but six yards In .

,took the Contest Editor's Atlanta G. S. D. ..._..*............ V*. .................................. Jax Navy ing fine golf in his win over the march.
Mtde rule, Newton's Law and a Casey Maze 5 and 3. Ed Bur-

book of logarithms to determine Name ............................................................ Rate/Rank ........................ styn picked up a default from SPORTS FROMYESTERYEAR
winners In the Football Specialfor Larry Gies, and Jim Rentz gained !
(FJrst) (Last! )
the week of Oct. 31. a win by the same route over

But when 221 entries had been Harry Harty.In .
Unit Assigned ............................................ Phone.._.......................
carefully graded T/Sgt. W. A. the third flight Carl Beginning today Is a new

VanLuvender, AE"A" School, Springfels earned a place in weekly feature that brings to

merged with first prize of a $5 RULES the finals by virtue of a 3.up life performances on the Naval
merchandise chit.VanLuvender 1. Te nw'h.. eealeit y.. alnply ladiette year ,..If". ef eaekwlaaer victory over Sam Lanier. Air Station sports scene from
by plaeiag .. and six other entrants predict a tie fame, plate. (T) alter the .met ef tams ,.. tklak. will Other third flight matches saw dusty issues of the Jax Air
missed four selections each, pity $. a tie ie re.
2. All tanee are U b. predicted .. .. ett .bade. TIM eeiat ai Harry Webb oust Bob Page, 1- News.Ten
narrowing the contest to the tie- I...,. ..1"1! predicted. up and Jim Roberts eliminate Year Ago Today
breaker of AFB !. tie pr.tlded ladleate the at.,. ef the fame picked aitiebreaker. a
Eglin (33)) vs. S. spire The Underdog NATTCenter
!. ease .( a tie the p"'"a with tke. ....t early eerreet Capt. Theodore Dahl, 5up. Webb
Jax Navy ((0)). The :Marine Electrician .f,,. will wi. the r..,,.$. faces Roberts for the right to- Red Raiders, station varsity
predicted 280.Splitting' 4. Entry: blanks laeeDioletely filled eat will ..( be eeaildered.reBteittaU football representatives
matt Make all the teleetieaa plni ladieatiag the seers et tke meet Springfels in the finals.
the combined second .1e tiebreaker te be ellflble. roughshod over undefeated MI-
and third place awards which total s. la tile eteat a a tt p.s/ ., .r rt-eekedoled fer say reaieaIt Competition in the fourth ami University 20-0 Jn
U ......Ut.II' en gems 'r... the eeatetl. Sisal raU'rl. flight remained keen with Chuck an .
$5 are John Applewhite, YN3, (. Katrr; blacks wait be labnitted Bet later that I'M Friday U Schroder Orange Bowl encounter.
sinking Matt HoU'stitle
W. N. Zeutasius, YNSN and Wal- the Jax Air mews Itlllrr I. tbs fcpoclal "Kervleea Balldiac, 93', ., le any Five Year Ago TodayA
ter .1 the ,..".It., pickup palate tkreBbeat t.. itttUa. hopes, 3 and 2; Bruce Welsh
King, DTP2. All three were 7. All milltirr aid dailies ,,,....,1. with tile .eeeptiu ef per- finished off Capt. Norman Hel- powerful Jax Navy football -
26 points off the correct final mammal e( Ike Jax Air Newi, are eligible te eater the ceateit.: squad bulldozed its to
1I<::0re. f. Only ... entry le each ,,,... will b. allewed. frich, 1-up In one of the week's way
convincing 26-7
9. Wieners will be aa>.Biieed I. the Jac: Air news tilt Tkar. Ujr closest tilts; Capt. David Mc- victory over
M/Sgt. Norman Day and TSgt.W. lUwlac tke ti.tardl)1 ea which tile came la pl.reJ.. Navy Memphis. Coach Don
J. Richardson also had only PRIZES Campbell eliminated Cy Hoydic Jacka's Fliers were led by

four misses, but foresaw a difference Prime ....111': Sit la aierekaadlae ekIU will 'N awarded the Up 3 and 1, and Jack Tefft, fourth backs Andy Anderson and Pat
of 27 points in the tie three eatriet. rir.l pines !. fI, Ht... plate II |:j. and third' plate la 12.: flight favorite, subdued Ed Dunn O'Rourke.'r .

breaker I 4-up. I
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{ Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 5 November 1953


', .. : :;f: ; : Bowen
: '" Bishop
.mmmm ,
.' ,., II. < ,.1': Take Honors At
"" .. h.
(Items offering for sale articlesof I ; {'" ,

property such as washing machines "': ', '" Center Schools -

automobiles, furniture, ra- : / ,

dios, clothing and the like are / ;t t ,3 Two Marines and a, white hat
prohibited by Defense Department t" } stole honor among graduating

regulations. This column will, ,f/ students at three NATTCenUr

however, list such services as >\,. schools last week.

available housing, rides wanted Pfc. Franklin ___'- ._......_..un.T. ,
and lost and found articles, or Bowen, from !

other similar notices.) Ottumwa, Iowa, 1!n

earned the

Unfurn., 3 bdnn. house and garage, highest mark : y5
in class 53-36,1
Venetia Terrace. 5143 Banshee I
graduated last
Ave Ph. Ext. 267, Cecil Field,
Friday from
Lt. Klpp.
Airman Preparatory-
5 rin. house, Muriay Hill.. Ph. 4- II

4378: Mrs. Frank Wheeler. School.

Furn. 6 rm. apt., 2636Myra, Riv RECOGNIZED FOR IDEAS-Overhaul and Repair department 'lie topped a Bowen

erside. Ph. 7-8516, Mrs. Cowart. employees know that even a simple suggestion 'can be class of 108 Marines and Navy
Unfurn. 2 bdnii. house, Doctor's Beneficial Ideas worth money. Their active participation in the Beneficial Suggestion with 88.40 average.
Inlet' Program here keeps 0 & R the leading contributor. Ten personnel an I
$50 mo. Ph. Orange Park lie enlisted last March and 1. now
more employees (above) received cash awards recently Left to
8.3664, Mrs. Saunders. Paying Off For right are George Eubanks; Clifford Andreau; William Estes; on his way to AT School, Memphis -
Furn. 3 rm. apt., 531 Park, $46 mo. Willoughby Chance; Clarence Conner; Capt. Leonldas Coates Jr., .
:Mrs. Lytle. Here O & R officer, who made the presentations; Jacob Willis; Malcome Sgt. Carl M.
Employees Moore; Duncan MacLeod and. William Hope.. David, Holmes was i :,; t
Unfurn. upper duplex, 3 rms., $35 absent. M,, ..[McBurhey, wort
mo. Ph. 7-6512, Mrs. Lytle. :Many NAS employees are. still honors' in Aviation -
3 rm. eff. apt., 2652 Myra. Ph. of : Storekeeper -
taking advantage theopportu
7-6536, Mrs Wood. Local Artists Enthusiastic .Over (A)
nity to supplement their regular e
Furn. 3 rm. apt. near Normandy; School. A member -

Ph. 2-3342, Mrs Austin. earnings by submitting beneficial First 'Exhibit Ever Held HereAn > of, the Ma-

Furn. 3 bdnn. house, avail. Nov. suggestions.At 4 rine Corp

15-Jan. 15, 5725 Shorewood Rd., a recent ceremony, ten- Overhaul exhibit of about 75, drawIngs Mrs since August

Cedar Shores Ph. 8-4571, Mrs. and Repair department paintings and sketches by Margaret ,Clees, librarian t j j 1945, McBurIney :-

Shannon. workers were presented cash 'a group of young artists based at who has long encouraged I has been
the establishment of '
Furn. 3rm. apt., $45 mo., 5205 the Naval Air Station, opened at a Bishop ordered to
awards by Capt. Leonidaa i D. thriving .art club at the Sta
Baycrest Rd. Ph. 88-9394, Mrs. the Station library this week for Navy -Marine Corps .Training
Coates, Jr., 0 & R officer, for tion.
Wilder. a 21-day. showing. Center, Ogden, Utah.
submitting ideas which eliminate -
Furn. 3 rm. apt., $80 mo., 1422 hazards The'' exhibit, the first of its The present exhibit was planned ,Honor student at Aviation
safety and. health increase
Wolfe. Ph. 2-0746, Mrs. Boone. production, and elevate kind here, is the result''' of a as the iniitial project in a Electrician Mate (A) School wax

.. Furn. 4 rm. apt., $60 mo., River- spontaneous growth of InterestIn cultural movement embracinig Eugene L. Bishop, Jr., AEAN. A,
work performance.
side, 1223 Willowbranch. Ph. painting which started several music and literature*as well as reservist, he came on active dutyin

2-C998[ Mrs. Potter. S months ago. Many of those showIng art. If successful, the- art group: January, 1953.:

Furn. 3 bdrm. house, Ortega, 4355 These award. ranging from their work were studying composed entirely of, enlistedmen He is a native of Philadelphia.

Baltic St., $100 mo. Ph. 9-4246, $1 .OO to $50.00: were won by for professional artists plans a second exhibit for .
careers as
Mrs. Morris. Malcome A. ;Moore, George M. early Spring. The media employed -
before entering the .Others ,
Furn. 4 rm. apt., 1614 King St. Ph. i Eubanks, William E. Hope, Wlli merely enjoy painting Navy.as a hob- include oils, water colors, FRA Branch 126

8-4167, Mrs. Litscombe. loughby H. Chance, Jr., clarence I crayon, pastels, 'air brush and
W. Conner, Clifford H. Andreu, by. i tempera.
Furn. 5
rm. bungalow, Ortega, Membership UpA
Jacob C. Willis and David E. They were brought together
3934 McGlrts Blvd.: Ph. 2-8538, The public is urged to visit the
Mrs. Moody Holmes. A $100.00 check was to share, thelrmutual'Interestdepartments exhibit during library hours, record-breaking number of
shared by William P. Estes and applications have been received by
and register comments and
Unfurn. 2 bdrm. house; $60 mo., submitted Ideas sug
Duncan A. MacLeod. lave gestions Branch 126, Fleet Reserve Association
1178 Lakeshore Blvd.-Mrs. Urn-
stot. Although Overhaul and Repair which have to increase the now midway in its 1953

still leads the list of beneficial efficiency of the service, and which membership drive.
Small furn. apt., $40 mo., 2953 Marines Plan
Selma. Ph. 2-7007, Mrs. Shanck. suggestors, employees from .other have won them cash awards and Over 70 prospective. members

Turn apt., 2735 Riverside Ave. other recognition. Male ChorusA have indicated their desire to join

Ph. 2-4764, Apt. 1, Mrs. Preece. Seven From VP-5 S SIt Branch 126, which far exceeds any

Unfurn. 4 rm. apt., 230 West 4th In hoped that even more employees Marine Male Chorus, open other single month of the "Can

St., Ph. 6-2679 Miss McLewen. Attain Honors At will participate in the pro- to all Marines stationed here, Do"' Branch's history and place

Furn. 4 rm. house, $65 mo. Ph. Regardless of how simplean is now being planned and will the local Unit well up into the
2-1248, Mrs. Arnold. gram. hold its first meeting in the Class One category of the national

Furn. I 5 ini. house, 8-6987, Mr. Meritorious Mast idea may seem, it should be put near future, according to M/Sgt. organization which requires a

Church. in writing and turned in to the James N Bertolino, instructor membership of 500 or more. Thisis
Intelligent and resourceful con-
Furn. 2 rm. apt., $50 mo., 3873 tributions 'in the performance of Beneficial Suggestion Committeeon at ANP( ) School at the Center.In a distinction enjoyed by only a

Herschel. Ph. 87.1587, Mrs. Cay. their squadron duties have won Awards, or dropped in one of announcing plans for the few of the FRA Branches.

Furn. 5 rm. house, 4460 Collins, formal commendations for seven the. conspicuously-posted sugges- new group, he urged all Marines Active duty or retired enlisted
of VP-5 basedat 'interested in trying out personnel, with six years of active,
$70 mo. Ph. Orange Park 8- men temporarily tion boxes. It may bring unex-
3374. Mr. Reiterman.Furn. Keflavik, Iceland. cash. to contact him or :M/Sgt.: Gun- duty, who are interested in Joining -
pected thar C. Bauermann in Branch 126 contact the
Comdr. R. Barbee Building can
3 rm. cottage, $33 mo. Ph. Albert com-
Suggestions not adopted in the 425 at the Center or call 8240. following members for 'additional
officer of VP-5, cited the
2-5410, Air Basce Trailer Pk., manding
Mrs. Schultz. men for their meritorious service. form originally submitted, but The 25-voice chorus will sing information: David I Williams,

e which lead to an improvement or semi-classical, popular and ADI, membership chairman,
FOR SALE spiritual music.A phone 8-6817 William Clinton,
AMONG THOSE honored was still entitle the
economy, suggestor -
I bdim. house. Ph. 8-5536, Mrs. Harry E. King, ADC, who led a piano player and persons ATC, phone 88-8946 or extension
to an award other consider
.. Fite. maintenance crew assigned to do or with directing experience are 8442; and Wilson H. Sandefer,
3 bdrm. house, 5159 Woodcrest ation. also needed. Branch secretary, at 28061.
heavy repair work under extremely -
Pol. Ph. 2-7774, Mrs. Miller. .

3 bdrm.. house, 1831 Cassat Ave. difficult conditions. Working'on ...,., "...'t',:,. ';::3,::.... .,".'
forced down northeastern .
a plane .
$1,715 down payment, $59 mo. Iceland, .Chief King and '..L..r: .... .. "... t:. t. .,
L.4 ,
Ph. 88-7413, Mrs. Wegmet. .: ...... : .
his crew performed two complex

S Ph.bdrm.88.7413 house, Mrs., 4652 Wegmet.Cates- Ave.. engine changes in three days. "t .' : '., .t t
James H. Dawson, ADI, was :, t '
1950 24-ft. Aluminum, house trail commended for ills skillful repair '
('1'. See Cpl. Hester, Trouts
ing of the hydraulic system of one .. .
Trailer Court. Ph. Ext. 8572. / .
of the squadron's aircraft in .
". MISCELLANEOUS flight, -after material failure had .' t ,

; Found! Man's ring in parking lot caused complete loss of hydraulic : :
north of Bldg. ,125, can obtainS pressure. : : : '

j by' identifying, contact Fields', .. ;
ji i i f
Bldg. 101K. EUAZAU ESCOBAR. ALC, L ; .

I Riders wanted to New York leave and. Virgil E. Albert, ALl, were \ ", .

1 Nov. 13,return Nov. 28 Ph. Ext. commended for many' hours of .

1 583 E. S. :Robinson. voluntary! extra duty. They helped

Riders wanted from Cassat, Lakeshore maintain electronic gear at peak

t and Murray Hill, 0730 to operating efficiency during, squad..

1600. Ph. Ext. 8213 or 6-5538, ron participation in the recent

Mr. Traer, 'Operation RedlighV..

I Baby. sitting, 2031 Herschel. Ph. Also cited' for- their willingnessand
' 7-5901, Miss Bowen. Industry.IIi the voluntary performance
Will baby'' sit, 1023 Oak St. Ph. of extra duty were MI- VP-5ERS HONORED For outstanding work In the performance of their, duty, these seven
f 7-4704 Mrs: Hess. chael Bert lanl, AOC, George C. members of VP-5, temporarily based at Keflarik, Iceland, received formal commendation recently
) from their commanding officer, Contdr. Albert T. Barbee. Cited were (left to right), Virgil Albert
f Will baby ''sit day or evening, Ph. McNeal, .AM3 and Horace H. ATI; James Dawson, ADI; Harry King, ADC; Michael Bertolanl,'AOC; Eliatar EK bar, ALC;

8-4956, Mrs. Addle. Gideons, AN. George McNeal, AM3, and Horace Gldeons, AN. ;