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 12, 1953
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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PILOTS,TOUR 0 & R-The' real "inside job" of overhauling of aircraft, and Robert Edwards,in a huge vat of'special solution. Notice the fumes. In the center
all processes leading: thereto, Is being: viewed weekly by groups of pilots/and photo, the croup watches Mae Prescott at her work at the finishing: fabric shop.
I fleet officers in Jax in a series of guided tours through the station's' huge Oye'r- Pilots stand by entranced ar'Fitz McMillan (right photo), aviation motor me- I
haul and Repair department. At the left, pilots from VF-174 and VJ-2. see for chanic, works amongst a mate of wiring: as he repairs and assembles an Ignition
the first time, the paint stripping: process whereby parts are placed by employee_ harness for radial- engines.


Color To Annual ALL TRAFFICThe
Jfi&fMWW3VOL11 West gate has been

: closed to all station traffic for
Armistice :
ParadeNavy an Indefinite period, it has been

and Marine personnel No. 31 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Flo. 12 November 1953 The NAS Security Office explained -
In this )
area participatedin that too few automobiles -
the annual Armistice Day were using the West gateto

celebration yesterday, which Fleet. Air Jax warrant its continued use.

featured a parade through ; More changes are anticipatedby

downtown Jacksonville. Plans Kiddies the NAS Safety Council
Marching units included* two and Security Officer with the

platoons of the Navy Landing 'idea' of moving more easily
Parties I 5.800 autos in and
Xmas out of the
Force from the Naval Air Sta-
tion, two'platoons from the Naval station daily, especially during:
Station at Green Cove Pans} are being made to enter- rush periods. .

Springs,''two platoons Marines tain .approximately 1,500 children

from the Marine-AIr Detachment Kd"t s"% P" i L who are expected to attend the
Final Phase For
at the Naval Air.Technical Train annual Fleet Air Jacksonville
ing Center, and the local Navy Christmas parties to be held this
Band. 71 Students
year on Dec 19 In Hangars 140
,A float depicting: "Naval Air RJ
and 116.
Reserve Ready in All Wars" ar r AGO School Here
was provided by the Naval Air 'Two parties will be held in separate -

Reserve Training: Unit It ,e Hangars in order to accommodate Seventy-one Ensigns at the V:

consisted of a three tier plat the huge expected Aviation Ground Officer's School

form, mounted on a jeep, and thl'ongof ch dt'tn 12 years old' enter the final phase of their
derorateil in red white and course this week preparatory to
and younger Both affairs will i
*,blue. The float was made by father schooling and assignmcnt .
start at 1300.
Donald E. Lyon, AM!.- to operating squadrons. '

Hear Adm. Osborne D. Mardi The Fleet Air parties are but -The new officers, who 111'.
son, Commander of Fleet Air two of several to be held by scheduled to graduate Nov. 20,
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Jacksonville was the reviewing various command for childrenat have not only absorbed a great
officer. With him on the reviewing II.. Armstrong ChrUtma time deal of knowledge concerning
stand was Mayor Haydon Comdr. ) 27 months the air arm of the Navy since
Burns; Major General Mark of the Naval Dependents of ComFairJax per- their graduation from Officer

Lance, Florida National Guard, : to over the orders USS sonnel stationed at NAS Jax will Candidate School, but have also
who was Honorary Grand Marshal Comdr. Arm- party Hangar 116 while FAW- gained the self-confidence necessary -
and senior officers from all T akesOver Comdr 11 dependents will gather at to make them able leaders
Navy commands in this area Including who will take Hangar 140. in their commissioned status

: Capt. Burnham C. Mc- duties here Friday.from Gifts will be given only to New Millets Open

Caffree, commanding officer of As NAS ExecComdr. officer of the these children who have been For the first time since tin

NAS Jax; Capt. David McCampbell registered for the party. Children school's inception, two billets to
commanding officer} *of NA- be registered the
can by contacting newly organized Guided
TTCenter; Capt. John L. CounI- James II. Table Lt. Robert L. Parker, at Room Missile School located at NAT

han, commanding officer of strong, executive officer Low 118, Building 1. His phone num. TCenter have been included In
NAn T U Capt. William D. the Naval Air Station for
; bents 681.Over the quota of schools available to
Brown_ and Capt. William L.- past 27 months, p.m. a.m. p.m. -
)J,300 registration cards graduates. Another
Benson from Green Cove his post tomorrow to C<> : 1:33: 7:11 7:34:
Springs, and Comdr.. V. F_ Casey John D. Blitch. : 2:3,1: : 8:20: 8:54: have already been received by asignment previously filled
The new executive officer the Christmas party committee.. by an AGO includes the posl-
from NAS Cecil Field. tlon of Editorial Officer with
here from duty as executive !
Although no, special ceremony cer of the aircraft carrier c MiiJ VX-I, located at Key West. _

was planned aboard the Station, Antietam;. while' Comdr. Other assignments include further
military and civilian personnel strong leaves for an s a. training at Washington, D.
observed Wednesday as a legal as executive officer of the C. for Air and Phonographic IntellIgence

holiday. carrier, USS Midway t 2).n'm Officers, Maintenance
1' v and Electronics training at
fir kK
Trunk Line Service .ALTHOUGH TillS Is C Memphis, CIC study at Glen-
Blitch'a first duty In Jax, he is d 4 view, and HatWing training.
For Naval Hospital
; stranger to Florida having Eight officers will report to Pen-
Number Is 87-1621 as Training Officer, Scout :1 t tdD sacola for flight ,training. '

The" 'n u m b e'r ,to remember Ing Plane Unit No: 2, at Full Curriculum
from noW on when making tel Vero each ,from Dec. 1942 Since one Of the major roles
ephone calls to the Naval Hospital Sept. 1943/' of these officers will be that of

from off the station is 'A native 'of Charleston,< S. training, the course in training .

871621. The new trunk line. Comdr. Blitch' attended 'the Z af principles which students under
just 'installed, allows direct 1 del for two years before go ranks among the foremost in
service to. the Hospital without the U. S. Naval Academy. rcW r c their curriculum. Each studentis

going through the ,regular station graduation from the Academy required to prepare a 30-min-
operator., June 1936 he served for ute instructional lecture IncludIng
The new trunk line will also years on the USS San the submission of a complete
take care of telephone serviceto flagship 'of Cruiser Division 7. lesson guide. He, is graded and
't ----l i.k" ....."'.""''I. .._ _r... criticized his
and from the Out Patient by instructors and
COMDR. Lt.; Col. James Lindsay commanding officer of
Clinic, which formerly had two BLITCH was fellow students who serve as
lines.Remember nated a naval aviator' I in* Detachment at NATTCenter, passes out war- evaluators.
gaining new stripes during promotion cere
1939 and-
it's no longer subsequently was are, S/Sgt. Allan MacKenzle: ; S/Sgt. Canlo Subjects vary from that of
nt'C.essary.'to call the Stationif signed to Bombing Squadron ; Holum; T/Sgt. Harvey Christensen; M/Sgt. teaching the successful methodof
you want to contact the Hos aboard the USS Enterprise. Mgt., George Peart. They were among' the first selling to discussions concernIng '\
got his baptism under fire as!: a result of tests taken in June. Under
pital. Just dial 87-1621. .. Marines passing the June tests will be pre. complex electronic, equip-
I (Please Turn to Page 2. Col. ) groups through Feb.. !I. ment.

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. ". Published every Thursday for Ny and Marine kcthlllei at Nan! Air CATHOLIC
CUllon. .r klon'lIIe. .'ia. i
t\'. NA8, Jatks.BtlliC Sunday, Mass-0800, 0900 1000-
r pt. "McCaffre ........'........... .Commanding Officer St. Edward's
I Oomdr. James li Armrirong :....... ..,..............)......Kxeculht Officer Chapel. ,
feet Air JackMittlU Saturday-0800.
Rear Adm. Oxborn B. llardlton .......................,..,.......CommanderCapt. Daily 0630. l'
Howard V. llopkln ... ...... ..............................Chid of Staff -
ne Air WUf Sunday, 0630-Mass. at Hospital
I rpt. Theodore Dahl ..........._.. ..._,.r_...... ...u.. .. ......... ....Commander /
I Comdr. Frank: ,D. Ifeyer ..............?.....?......................?.................tl-...?......Chlel Staff Officer Chapel.MORMON
Null Air Tctkitnl Tralalac Center I
t Capt. David Officer
McCampbell. Commanding
Comdr. Richard S. :Stuart ......... ...........................Executht Officer 1930-Wednesday NATTC -
r Null 1I..pltal i Chaplain's -Office.CHRISTIAN *
Capt. Edward S. lows ?,,--.1, ,, ?,,. ,, ..,... ...-..... """>"'tl"g Officer
Capt. Lk A. Newton ________ ..... Executive officer i SCIENCE

Capt. John L. Counlhan.........' IS ARID ..Commanding Officer 1900-Tuesday-NATTC Chap:
Cvmdr.<< Anthony l'rulliu .....................................Executh e Officer lain's Office.

The JAY AIR NEWS I II publlihed weekly at the U. S. Naval Ar! Station PROTESTANT0930All
Jacksonville. Florida, and printed commercially\ with non-appropriated funds Saints' Chapel.
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35. Rev.
Nov. lMi.! Copies are distributed free of charge; at the Naval Air Stations the 1100-All Saints' Chapel THE FIRE EE-Thls is the first picture of the new pilotles
Naval Air Technical
Training Naval Air Resent Training. n.JAII'
Station Cecil Held and the U. :!,. Natal Hospital. 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. jet plane the X11i-21 "Firebee." A joint project of the Nary, Army
Editor-Andrew 11. Planey t and Air Force under the AF Air Research and Development Com-
Assistant Hdltor-Helen'llatper: Sparta dltor..John: Charvat.. AKi Staffppfxirtprn mand, the Firebee flies at near super-sonic speeds and will be'
-NnrK Kunco.-Kd. Jlrndt'raonPNSN J03; VKIan\ Knox; Gordon SN. Robbie. SN; Cit'culatlon Distribution Winter Uniform used primarily' as a target for defense weapons. It can simulatethe
riw JAX AIR NEWS U a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. maneuvers of jet planes and is adaptable for ground-to-air
AFPS material appearing I In this" publication may not be reprinted withoutthe Official Nov. 15Don't and air-to-air firing. It is operated remotely from the ground and
written permission I vt Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of other
is Fairchild J-41 'which takes
jet engine
powered by a after
matter except by III' \'Ie. publications Is pl'ohlbUec1ll'1t U permission of
Editor JAX AIR> EWS.Fdltorlal get caught with your the Firebee is launched.
I = offices located Buildlni 930 (topside). Phone extensions $154and whites after Nov.
on Sunday
216. Meet Here For First Time
15. You may run afoul of the

USAF Here To Help You station November Masler-At-Arms 15Js the day force.that Shipmates Of Armistice Day 1918

officially ushers out the summer
Why Not Continue Your Education? uniform. From then until Recall Big Surrender CeremoniesTwo

the middle of March the un-

You're Never Too Old To Learn form dress.of the day will be winter tice Day1918 i Navy shipmates, when they of Armis-were which he, fondly remembers ai

have read serving aboard the USS Texas "a good ship".
By now '
the recent story you of an 81- a foreign country throughits off Scotland, were introduced His reaction to the event was

old grandmother in language, thus making for the first time this week at "thankful" but "it seemed anti-

year the far- west who enrolled better use of your travels i NAS Jacksonville. climatic for our training had
Best of all USAFI MOVIES been pointing toward
as a college freshman. She may Rear Admiral Osborne B. us meet-

believes that never help you obtain your high Hardison, Commander Fleet Atr ing the enemy in combat, not as

stop learning. you school diploma, or help you MAINSIDE Jacksonville and Frank E. Hal- a dpcile group".

continue your college studies NAS civilian worker The official surrender
The grandmother's de- Thur, Nov. 12 man, supply docu-
introduced to each other ments not signed until 10
Babes InBagdad were were
sire and thirst for knowl- *.. *
edge, is proof of the old' information ......t... Paulette GoddardFri. by Capt. Norman A. Helfrich, days later on Nov. 21, 1918.
that FOR FURTHER ., Nov. IS Supply and Fiscal officer of NAS Upon the occasion, British Admiral -
adage "you are never
too old to learn." Funk on how USAFI can Sword of Venus .?... Robert Clark Jax. Beatty offered the American

and. Wagnalls' College help you continue your ed- Sat., No,". 14 "There were 1,800 men aboard ships some cases of beer and

Standard Dictionary ucation, contact your Information Ivanhoe ..:............... Robert Taylor that Battleship", Halman'' said whiskey for celebrations but the
and Education NA'; CENTER when asked if he and Admiral offer was turned down by the
defines education
as .
Officer. A S
""the harmonious development personnelcan I Thurs., Nov. 12 Hardison, then an Ensign,hadn't senior American because drinking

of all faculties. It- call extension 8556, or Tumbleweed .......... Audie MurphyFri. met aboard the craft. aboard ship is contrary to
visit the Education Centerat ..
Nov. U. S.
IS .
Navy Regulations.A
begins in the and
nursery Building 955: topside
Babes' InBagdad THIRTY-FIVE years ago on few later the
goes on at school, but does days
not end there. It'continues sou t h'wing. (across the .......... Paulette Goddard that original Armistice Day the Texas steamed homeward witha
street from the
Exchange Sat., Nov. U two shipmates witnessed an im-
mammoth 200 foot "homeward
through ]life, whether we
will or not ." Canteen Center is). The Education Sword of Venus ..,... Robert Clark pressive sight of the German bound" pennant streaming from
.. open Monday NAVAL HOSPITAL High Sea Fleet steaming forth
*. *. its masts. "It was so long, a bal-
through Thursday from Thur, 1'0U from Helgoland Germany in
loon used to hold the
was up
YOU ARE learning when 0800 until 2100 hours and
No In
Highway file formation for
single : surren- "
loose end related Halman.
you read the daily newspaper Friday from 0800 until The Sky ............ James Stewart der teremonies. ,
thus keeping ) When well on the to the
1630 hours.Comdr. way
Fri., :Nov IS
The line of "at least 200" Ger-
with the world l events. I "states, each man 'aboard the
Tumbleweed ...... ... Audie MurphySat man ships met two lines of allied
That is, if you teach yourself Texas was given oa small pieceof
Blitch :Nov. 14 warships at 0800 that morning
to read anything besides Babes InBagdad the pennant. Halman still has
and were escorted into the Firthof
the sports page, the (Continued from Page 1) .......... Paulette Goddard Forth, Scotland for the cere- his.
fashion ]page, or the comic I I .
the at Pearl Harbor
Enterprise was monies.
page. If you have a hobby 23,000 Due For
Dec. 7 1941. forces met the
on the
you study all you can to im- !
knowledge and During World War II, Comdr December Draft German ships were instructed to
prove your -
skill in that hobby. That Butch participated in the first Twenty.three'thousand draftees "depress guns fore and aft, lower

'is learning. In traveling Marshall Islands, Wake and Mar- have been asked to be provided i colors to half mast until further

from 1 place I to place, at cus raids and later in the raids in for December from Selec- orders", said Halman. The orderly s

(home and abroad, you observe the Marlannas and Palau; the tive Service by the Army, the and immense procession of

local customs and traditions First Battle of the Philippine Sea, Defense Department has announ- I ships "took all day", he related; letter to of Na

That is learning first raid on Iwo Jima Okinawa I ""You couldn't look anywhere Open personnel

and Formosa; the invasions of the I ced.This without seeing ships". val Air Technical Training Center
You never stop learning, Mortal isthe December quota .
Philippines and ; and the from Chief Aviation Electrician
even in the service. You for the Army only. I
become Second Battle of the PhilippineSea. AT TilE TIME of the ceremony Emmett T. Story:
probably skillful in
witnessed the early beginnings of Admiral Hardison was stationed 1
your work, by ori-the-job This letter is written to' voice
From Nov. 1945 to Nov. 1952 the big station to which he re- in the number two control I
That is
training. also learn- my sincerest thanks to the manY'personnel
his duties included commandingofficer turned a>; executive officer. tower of the coal burning Texas,
ing. Learning of a more throughout the Naval
of Naval Air Ber-
formal I nature occurs in Air Technical Training Center
muda; operations officer, NAS ,
service schools conducted to who gave assistance, both kind

train specialists invarious, Patuxent River; Commander Air Birthday Greetings To Marines thoughts and monetary help* after
Group Two; assignment at the '
fields. my wife's recent death.
Naval Air Advanced Training
*. *. *. three children and I have
Command Corpus Christ!, and on This week marks the 178th most productive nation on the My
IN THE service there is I received it tribute to
at a lasting
the staff of Commander, Carrier anniversary of the establish- face of the globe. In that 178
also available another Division Six. ment of a'corps of Marines by years the Marine Corps has ex-, their mother, who as a former

"school", the United States *.. General George Washington.The panded from the guarding of member of the Waves would

I 'A r me d Forces Institute, IX NOV. 195: Com r. Dutch corps consisted of two battalions six colonial ships to service on have undoubtedly appreciated the

more familiarly known as reported as executive officer of of Continental Marines land sea and air of every conti- remembrance more than we.
"USAFI". charged with becoming' nent of the It is not'possible to thank each
the USS Antietam, which has "good world and in 73
USAFI offers courses just undergone a 10-month evalu- seamen or so acquainted with countries. It is with pleasureand of you personally; so we hope you

":Which may help I } you increase ation of the new canted.deck. maritime affairs as to be able confidence in the future will grasp our thought from this

your proficiency in Com r. and Mrs. Blitch and to serve to advantage at sea." that I extend my heartiest congratulations letter,

your rate, and help I you their son, John Devereux BlitchJr. So well able were they to meet to the Marine Sincerely,

prepare for a higher rat will reside! in quarters on the all emergencies and situations Corps, and In particular to all .. R.. T. Story

ing. USAFI courses may station. with skill and energy, the U. S. the Marine Commands based at :A lady upon registernig in a

t help you develop hobbies to Comdr. Armstrong a native of :Marines soon earned the admi- the Naval Air Station today. local hotel asked the clerk: "Can

enrich leisure time W NAS ration of the world.
your Plant City Fla., came bath T""
Capt. Burnham C.lIcCaflreeCommandlnr you give me. a room and
Language courses of- Jax from duty as navigator of For 178 years the proud Ma- The sarcastic clerk replied: "I
the USS Coral Sea in rine Corps has served a nation Officer
fered by USAFI may help August can give you the room, sister, but
increase your knowl- 1951. This was his 'second tour grown from a wilderness to the NAS lax have
you you'll to take' your own

edse, ; ppd understanding,.of, here. In 1940, as an Ensign, he U t se "; ", bath"c. .

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12 November 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three I

,NAVY WIVES II Know Your Rules, Regulations Before Taking Off On Your Hunting TripClean I ; I

CORNER up the old shootln' iron squirrel generally gets under Hunters are advised to obtain f 1 v

fellas, hunting season is uponus. way Nov. 20, until Feb. 1. h a copy of regulations for

After an interruption of nearly I '? Bear and panther may be S J the 1953-54 season. The pamphlets

seven week, the Jacksonville taken only during open season contain dates for each
Game has been in effect -
Navy Wives Club met' Wednesday season for taking of deer and, only district, tips for hunting

Nov. 4, Nearly 40 members, since Oct. 1, with periodsfor during' managed hunts. grounds, bag limits, and various -

several guests and prospective certain game closed, hut Open season for migratorybirds : other rules' and regulations. .

members were on hand. time for bird and big game II includes duck, geese and Copies may be obtained from

President Mrs Vernon Saultz near. coot from Nov. 12 to Jan. 10; the Special Services Office,

'opened with the introduction of The Naval Air Station is located woodcock, Nov. 20 to Dec. 29; Building 930, Mainslde, or by

Chaplain Martell Twltchell, Hal- in hunting district No. 2 snipe (second district) from contacting Judge McKinney

son officer. Mrs. Norton, District and borders on district No. 5. Dec. 21 to Jan. 7 and ((5th district 1 1It's Davis, Duval County CourtHouse

Brownie Leader, who was accompanied I This area extends northwest to ) Dec. 25 to Jan. 7. Jacksonville ..

by Mrs. Edith, Richardson, I Tallahassee, west to Ocala and a a > Hunting licenses can be had

NAS Brownie Leader, also spoke.I South to Fort Pierce. Of the turkeys, only gobblersare always the empty gun at either NAS or NATTCenter

She thanked the club for its good : permitted to be taken in that kills-Be alert! Special Services Offices in

work in sponsoring two troops, I Game hunting\ which Includes district No.2, but either sex building 930: MainsUle CT Building -
but there restrictions
season, are
one on the base, and one to be buck deer (with one or may be bagged in District No. 611 at NATTCenter. The

established in Dewey Park. The ; more 5-lnch antler), turkey, 5. Migratory fowl hunting is coveting larger game charge is $7.50 for state license

dub voted to furnish curtains bear, panther, rabbit, quail and allowed every day during theuiz hunting. and $2.00 for county

buy a uniform and donate $10.00 :' .._
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to the new troop, which will be' -

led by Mrs. .Tubbs.. Palsy Drive Telethon Marine Sets High AMP( ) ,Mark; I NAVY

Chaplain ,Twlfchfll led the club Auditions Saturday EXCHANGE

in prayer for a late member, Mrs. Naval personnel are reminded Four Others Selected Honor MenFive i

Bernice McIntyre, who passed that auditions for the mammoth .
honor students named :
away last month. 1 It was then 15 hour television marathon for I were Honors at Aviation Otdnance-

voted to make a donation to the the Cerebral Palsy cause which is last week at Naval Air Technical I men's fA. School went, to-- Clinton -----.

scholarship fund in memoriam of elated for Jax on November 21st Training Center Schools. C. Glad Now .
on sale at all Navy Exchange
Mrs. McIntyre. will be conducted Saturday at AOAN, a Miami
: Posting the highest final average tobacco counters are the
All, reports were given. Of special
the Hotel
interest the George Washington of any Marine to graduate an, who has L & M cigarettes, the'latest in filleted
was report of the
auditorium. volun-
Tryouts are been in the Navy -
party held for the patients in from Airman School since its reactivation smokes.
tary. since February .
Ward B-5. The party was a huge in March, 1951, Pfc Hunting season is on see the
of in which 1951. Glad,
Hours tryouts, sporting goods: counters for shot
success and the boys are looking Navy people may participate fora Donald E. Utz led his graduatingclass who was with a shells and kits.
forward to the next one. gun gun cleaning ..
spot on the show, will be from with a 04.19. crash crew at New items have been added in
the National
The report on
1000 to 1200. For information, ,. NAS Miramar, the
Convention of the Navy Wives : 1 This was the toy department. J.xll'lshlp:

Club of America was given by call 53168. highest aver San Diego prior ments of fast selling items such

three delegates. It was announced I' ago amongmore Garber to coming here, as electric trains, tricycles, bicycles -
will go to Squadron VX-1 at NAS
that the club was selected than 15- hobby horses and yard

to be host club to the na 157 ApprehendedFor 000 Marine stu- Key West for duty. swing sets have been received
A Naval Reservist since No-
tional convention in 1954. Mrs. NR' dents who have A white sale event will_ be run
vember, 1931, and recalled to active -
Saultz was elected National Secretary ViolationsIn :omplctcd the in all Exchanges featuring Fieldcrest -

at the last convention. school in the duty in February this year, Cannon and Peppeicll piod- (

30 months.Honorman Leonard Garber, AEAN, was honor \
a past ucts beginning January 4, 1951.
3-Day Period student of Aviation Electrician I
The dub now boasts three national Utz The quality Fleldciest line, though .'
Mate's (A School. He will .
report -
. officers i : Mrs. Marge Is .now on his not new to Exchange patrons, will
During the 34-day period from to NAS Alameda for duty.Ernest. .
Saultz, Secretary; Mrs. Katherine way to AT School at NATTCen- be stocked for the first time in _
Oct. 2 through Nov. 6, 157 station
Murphy, Parliamentarian, and ter, MemphU.Pfe. '>.:><:':.'"':<.0'''''''' C. the local Exchanges
I I'I'
traffic violators were arraigned t ::
Mrs. Helen Friend, Vice Presi at NAS traffic coutt. Utz graduated from high :: :: Parker, AKAN' j

dent, a truly impressive score. was top student
school in Highland, Kansas, and
Speeding was the most frequent : :i
of last week'sclass TrainingCeNterP0of
A forthcoming remodeling of offense, with 37 offenders ''Two from Kansas State College before ,

the. kitchen and the main playroom station :personnel ticketed' for excessive enlisting in the' Marines in April, I at Aviation

is due for the Nursery. A speed aboard the station 1953. .. Storekeeper .the-Week
(A) School.
donation made ,
the Officers
was by
received indefinite automobile restrictions Ray L. Lin-
Wives Club to help defray lie reportedhere Honors To Wyse
from the base. stead, AEC,
the for the extensive from the
expenses Of 157 attending traffic court, was honor stu
painting and carpenter work. 39 received auto restrictions; 32 dent at Aviation m-j Naval Station (This ft the sixth In anew

Of special interest are these announcements were awarded suspended sentences Electrician Pk. ; at KwaJaletn In petty o//iccr of She, week

: The Nursery will : ; 7 cases were dismissed; Mate's (B) the Pacific, and has been assigned:: series at the, Naval Air' Tech

at 0845 to NAAS, Monterey, Calif., for meal
open every Sunday morn i two referred to the commanding School. Chief Training' Center.)

ing to provide free service for all officer; two licenses were revoked, Llnsteadt, duty. William J. Wyse, JPHI, of the
church-goers. As of Nov. 1, supper : Parker entered the Navy in December Photo Lab
and 43 personnel received warn I who reported came to the Naval Air
will again be served to chil ings. here! from the 1051.. Technical Tralnlnar Center ba JIn-

dren of all ages, except on Sunday Dec.
I Naval Hospital 1945, as a student and in
and Monday evenings. Sup- nine months wound up as an in
POLIO BAN ENDS at Corpus Two More States
is 1800. The Mnsteadt
pertime Nurserywill structor. At present he is an instructor .
be closed all day on Thanks AT KEY WEST Christi, Texas, has been assignedto at Airman

giving. Parents are again askedto Movies, swimming pools, .Jacksonville.A Fighter .Squadron 15 at NAS I Announce BonusA School in the Photo Phase.Preparatory

mark their children's coats, dances, and social affairs have all I Wyse Joined the
in June
veteran of nearly 14 years' ,
etc to avoid Bonus Bill for Korean veterans
mixups. been reinstated at the Key West 1945, and after boot
Naval Service, he is a native of training
a was passed by the Massachusetts -
Naval Base result of
as a liftingthe came here in the third class of
The Not-Xew-Shop will maKea ban was' imposed Texas. State Legislature. ANP
polio which ( ) School{ layout. Then after
pickup trip at enlisted housingOn Oct. 13.The base is located. The polio threat I The law provides $100 to $300 serving as an instructor he went
the base Tuesday, Nov. 17. ban about the bonus to veterans who. serve on to
came throughthe has diminished\ however, to the Navy Photographic Schoolat
Wearing apparel and articles of high rate of polio 'in Monroe point! where the ban is no longer and after June 27, 1950. Veterans Pensacola.He .

any kind are greatly appreciated.The County, the county in which the deemed necessary. who served up to six: was with
club will have the traditional months would receive $100 VF-12 and tooka

Thanksgiving turkey din '' ..."..,.. '_.v' ."-- .,. : w -,. ,. those who served one year world cruise on the carrier USS

ner for all members Saturday, f Uf::.;'''',.., i would receive $200 and Tarawa. In January, 1951, he re-

.Nov. 21. All details will be given those who nerved overseas, $300. turned to the Training Center

, For information about the club, DD Form 214 should be sub- here and helped draw plans in

call the president, Mrs. Marge mitted with claim. Apply to Public 'Works' for the reopening
t I.f the ( "ter.
Saultz, extension 8500. For all Commissioner of Veterans Ser

Nursery information call the supervisor r vices, State House, Boston, I t
A Texas
extension 368. publication tells abouta
Massachusetts for application.No .
West Texas
i. cattleman wIawa.kened >>
deadline )is set.
A fraternity house hadsent its For all' eligible l i I Michigan in a Fort Worth hotel
he: morning after a big celebra
curtains to be laundered. It was World War II veterans who

the second day that ''the house have not made claim for :Michigan lion and drained a pitcher of ice

had stood unveiled and that morning WW II Bonus and who are water at one draught. Smacking-
t, ''RW his lips he exclaimed: ll I'd known
the following note was received ix S members of the armed forcesor i
from the sorority house hospitalized in water tasted so good, I'd a-dug a
any military,
well long time
across the street. VA, or state hospital, the Michi ago.. .

"Dear Sirs: .May w.e suggest ;ir5 as & gan legislature has extended un
iK there's the cow who
that you procure curtains for your wb til June 1, 1956 the date for the got
a divorce. She got a bum steer
windows! |We. do not care for a acceptance of such claims.

course in anatomy." The Illinois Veterans' Com ferred to the State Archivist,

The chap who left his shavingto ....m"...."..". '.m" m ......... 'm' '_ _'__ _'.r '" _. .,... '.. ., mission advises that the records Illinois State Library, Spring. ,
read the note'prompUT answered of the former Illinois Service field Illinois All Inquiries con. h
: "N" IS FOR NA -This group of Waves, under command of Recognition Board, which usedto cerning Illinois bonus
Chief Ship's Clerk Alma Plakke (left front, took part in the '' may b "Dear Girls: The course .Li optional handle all Illinois World War forwarded. to that office for
Armistice Day ceremonies at Orlando, Fla. Wednesday. The Wavesare re. J
." attending Airman Prep School at NATTCenter. It applications, have been trans. ply ,

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Four JAX AIR MEWS 12 November 1953

Training Films a';, +. Saves Government Money, Too p -

Show Versatility .Roving Training Group I

,Of HelicoptersOne of the most 'versatile aircraft Offers Applicable Answers 1

developed! for military use Is

the helicopter. The multifold uses ; Lock, stock, and brrei moving ws i!r
of this craft have, been depicted comes as a second nature to mem- more efficient. flight .
In a new film "Military Use of bers of the naval air mobile train- through ground school instruction.

the Helicopter", MA 2431-E1, 4 ing detachments at NAS lax Pilots, may be 100 percent S

The film shows its rise !In Jial- I Established in 1942, the roving checkedJn an aircraft by an. ap

son; reconnaissance, rescue and + u ti units, with headquarters at plicable mobile detachment,: thus

.salvage'I operations. NATTC Memphis, Tenn., will 'sating considerable' flight. time. .
Several other 'films about' helicopters '' move to any U.. S. Naval installation and.fuel. _
are available at the TrainIng ,depending on the demand:for The trainers J, come equipped
Film Library. "Introductionto :, -1 instruction. with duplicated aircraft inatiu-
Rotary Wing Flight" MN 7306 417- ment '
Primary function of the "gypsy" panels, guns, turrets, and
A, lllustinlffl the history of thecopters' can be used to duplicate flight
units is to Familiarize pilots *
development. and crew members of Navy conditions of any nature. Mainte
"Operation of the Single Main is of the :
nance one most impor
the latest
squadron on develop-
Rotor Helicopter, demonstrates ments and operations of aircraft tant subjects taught. In addition,
controls preflight and engine a wide assortment of flight openanon
and technical training.
check procedures, and "The Basic LEARN HOW-Six fleet air students attending. 'a' Naval Air and fire fighting movies are
Anatomy of the Helicopter" MN Mobile Training Detachment class at NAS Jaz, 'are cbecked'out: S shown.
7306 C is a basic indoctrination on phases of the PZV-5 gun turret by Eddie Hunter AOC. Left THESEDETACHMENTS an- *
film. to right are, Harold Tate, ,AOAN; William Lesperance AOAN; nually save the government large
James Culwell SN; Chief Hunter; Robert Ellitoo: A03 (in turreU CHMACH GUY J. Parker is'
% For information and schedulingof _); Irving Hacker AOAN, and Richard Glenn AN. amounts of money by producing officer in charge of the Jax
training film-phone 423 or NAMTD headquarters. Assistinghim

contact Aviation Tialnlng Film Fasron J09 VF-174 Report' is a staff of 39 instructors', .
Library, Building 168. who use 24 classrooms

Metal Society. Group Scouting Jacksonville Area SquadronsFasron requested When a instructions detachment on completes one star

Gathers Nov. 16 tion, unit personnel, will pack up

The Jacksonville Chapter of the 109 all gear, except temporary shel-
American Society for Metals will Eighteen Fasron 109 men, will be Richard A. Debishop, AE3; Dale E. Each hand made aluminum ters, and move on to another base.

meet ot 1930, Nov. 36 at the advanced in rate next Monday as Peace, AE3; Carter J. Dalton, AK3. "squawk ,box" contains, a speakerand Moves are made from one location .
Seminole Hotel. a result of the recent Fleet Wide Lawrence P. Snook, AK3; JohnA. a push button mike salvaged to another about three or four

Ira T. Hook, for the past 30 Competitive exams. .. Woodman, AK3; Charles E. Bison from old radio parts. These boxes times a year.Jacksonville. .,_

years research engineer of the Fourteen of the 18 members will AM3; Call D.Humbard, AM3; have been installed in the' commanding squadrons or units

American Brass Company, will add a second stripe, three a first Allen }.{. Britt, TM3j; Thomas E. offlcei's office, ready desiring to enroll student may do
speak on "Melting and Casting of class crow and one member will Herrman, YN3; Doyle "J" Scrog- room, line maintenance shack, ord- s o.by contacting CHMACH Parker
Copper and Copper Alloys." Hook sew on his initial crow. gins, YN3, and Earl Shaler, YN3. nance shack and engineering room at NAS extension 587, Building -
by the electric-electronics
is one of the outstanding experts I Those to be advanced to first William H. Iladdow Jr. AEAN, shop. 702; by requesting a quota
This new system promises
In the field of copper and copper class are:,John A. Tyler, AB2; Al- will be advanced to AE3. speedup from ComAlrLant, or by contactIng -
base alloys and a widely known : bert L. Huffman, AK2, and Joseph'F. squadron operations and lessen i the NAS Jax training officer
the load on much overworked tele-
1 lecturer Dickman, DT2. VF-174 .
An invitation Is extended to all Crew members who will be ad- A hand-made intercom system, : .
companies and. personnel In the vanced to second class are: Hart- the dream of William T. Patrick, Four AMS's are being transferred ,"

metals field to attend the meet- ford E. Blount, AD3; Peter V. Ball; ATC, has been Inaugurated in the to CNABATRA, Pensacola .
for shore duty. They are Alvin D. I': :'' j .
ing. AE3; Glenn L. Cummins, AE3; VF-174 hangar '
Umphrles, Arthle Eckert, Edward
M. Yakos and Robert B. Knox

r' As an expression of the feeling
M for the Christmas Spirit, the
squadron's FIXIT experts are
spending their lunch hours and

other spare time renovating old

toys for the poor and underprivi-

leged children of Jacksonville.An .
example of the work of VF- ;

174's newly organized education ,
department are the five men in
the process of receiving their FASRON 109 INSIGNIA
Representing service with a
high school diplomas through the
smile on land or sea, during
Navy. They are Roger A. Wright, rain or shine is the "Busy -
AE3; Anthony J. Gallina, AMAN; Beaver" insignia of Fasron
Harrison S. Hoffert, AMI; Marion 109.

1. Jackson, A03 and Robert O.
Wallis, ADAN. 'Busy Beaver'Insignia
Wallis took several USAFI

a courses to help compensate for At

the year and a half of high schoolhe .

missed by joining the Navy at -
Fasron 109Fasron
an early age. This month, Wallis -
received his high school equi-
r. 109 now has its first
CITED FOR EFFORTS-LIned up on the night deck of the USS Lake Champlain near the valency diploma, and is preparedto
pot where they brought under control a fire which destroyed two planes and threatened more attend college on completionof official insignia as a result of
I are nine VF-62 crew members. Front row left to right) are, John Gerchak"AOS: Ralph Pasquale, his Navy tour. the Office of Chief of Naval Op-
A03, and Madison Compton ADZ. Back row (left to right) Duane Brickson Al'; Thomas Green,
A03; Thomas Reeves, API; Gerald. Gumper, A03; Paul Polesnak A02, and Samuel Black ADL Other VF-174: personnel who erations approving the "BusyBeaver"
received their high school di- design submitted by Lt.

From plomas in 1953 are Howard D. John T. Sandefur. .
Nine For'Action'
5 J,000 MARINESEYE VF62Cired McGuire, AN; William H. 'Payn- .
A beaver, ,clouds, rain, sun,
tar,' AN; Bernard E. Sterling, AN
sea, sky and planes comprising
Aboard The
'Champ'Alert and Arthur B. Duckworth
Fifty-one thousand Marine the insignia represent ,either
PFC's and Corporals will be pro- I action, coupled with complete ,. .- ,Harold S. King, AOC, managedto "Busy Beaver" "squadron per- ,
moted to the next higher pay i disregard for personal safety they expeditiously removed drag his shiner across a hun- sonnel, or phales'of! their :mission -
grade between now and Feb. 27, by nine VF-62 men during a smoking ammunition defueled gry 6 to 8 pound bass and as a re *

Marine Headquarters: in Wash fire aboard the USS Lake Cham- gasoline tanks and spread foam suit he landed one of the largest Aircraft, show the primary
ington, D. C. has announced.All over the flames bass catches of the season. Vouch-
plain 'off Korea, possibly_saved mission of supporting and keeping -
promotions will be tempo- I many lives and averted millions of Fighter Squadron 62, commanded ing for the integrity of the fish airplanes in the air over the
rary'and will be advanced in I dollars worth of damage. by Lcdr. William W. story was Malcolm Spindle, ADC, sea. Rain clouds and sun repre- ,

groups, with the first group being I The fire, WhJc'h, destroyed only Kelly, has been in Korean waters who, was on hand. sent Fasron 109's willingness to .

promoted between now and Nov two planes but threatened many aboard the "Champ" since last serve in any kind of weather..

14. Marines, now in service more, broke out on the carrier's April. During this, period,. pilotsof I Stamp Collectors About the same time that Lt.

schools, may be promoted, upon flight deck while the ship was the Fleet ,Air Jax unit flew. Convene Nov. 17 Sandefur was notified of CNO's .

the discretion of the command- busily engaged in launching over 400 combat 'missions in I The, Jacksonville Stamp: Collec- acceptance of the insignia he re-

big officer, if their MOS will meet strikes against Korean Communists F2H-2 Banshees against Communist tors Club will hold a Philatelic ,ceived word he was,to be trans-

proper qualifications upon grad- < forces. Clinic at 2000 Nov. 17, at which ferred to'BuPers for duty.

uation. Capt. George T. Mundorff, The Lake 'Champlain becamethe all stamp,collectors in the vicinityof i.. .

then commanding officer of the first carrier permanently assigned Jacksonville are welcome. BC-US Payments Due. .

Lad, looking through a tele- Lake Champlain, commented to the-' Jacksonville area There will be no admission charge. Blue Cross-Blue Shield policy ,

scope: "God!" highly on the "complete disregard just prloivto going overseas. It is The clinic will be held at the holders are reminded. that
Friend: "Aw, ,' oan. It ain't for personal MItt,." exhibited : expected to return ,to the east YWCA Auditorium in Jackson; monthly payments are due No-

:hat powerful. by the VF-63 men till coast sometime early next month. ville. >',mber'16.17.Paae .

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1953 JAX AIR NEW.S's Page Five .

Many Caribbean VP.3 Men Outfitted ';

Ports Visited. \

On VP.3 Cruise For Northern Clime' .

1 Combining pleasure with bus If men of Patrol Squadron
mess enabled eleven VP-$ MK4, the survival I suits ale
personnel Three are forced to
to learn something first "ditch' in icy waters they'llbe made from a combination of ma-

hand of several Caribbean Islands prepared. tennis, Including rubber, a special (

sealing cement, and nylon. .
during recent training
Patrol Squadron 3 pilots
flights in the former Buccaneer Survival tests In freezing weath- .
crew members received an Is '
ftconghold) : : on both land and in water j
sueof the Navy's newest ex '
"Salesminded"- native ,hucksters ... a posure suits this week which have already proved the suit .

and guides I, clustering\ could help them cheat a freezing highly successful.
Much lighter than prcvioim ,
around at Port au Prjhce, Haiti,' death it forced to "ditch"in '
cold weather survival the
first stop .on. the itinerary of the waters of extremely cold tem
MK3 and 4 ate "form fitted" at
local men, gave them art Insightas .5iur peratures.
.. _. the neck, wrist, leg and slice
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to'how 'imPortant'th .1I..tI<11WR 1t' .fIII i'&
tourist As part: of the suits fitting
t trade J is to that area. ALL SUITED UP-Outfits worn by VP-3 pilots (above) may given to each member the "Hus size.
look like "Captain Video's" attire, but actually they are new ex- KUimKK HOOT are cemented
Donkeys seemed to be everywhere posure suits recently issued to VP-3 Huskies and could save their kies" of VP-:3 were "dunked"" in to the suit,after the conect.

to the 'Huskies' of VT- lives In northern climate Left to right are, Lcdr. Thomas D. Mar- the St. Johns river to test the shoe size has been fitted.! Buoy-
3 when they arrived In )iafll. tin, Lt. Ed Uhler, Lt. Jim Vanlandingham, Lt. Gordon Hartwick, waterproof fit of the suits.KNOWN "
to float a survivor -
and Lt. Chuck Maglnn. In the bottom photo, the airmen are shown ancy necessary
Transportation there centers floating around in the St. Johns ,River testing the suits. AS the :MK3 and In water Is supplied by

,around that "beast of burden". body temperature and the

The Navy airmen became impressed Civil Service amount of air trapped in the 1

with another type of .. suit when It is made air tight
transportation there too. Nativesuse w vK o?*'*'***"+**tr= r-1--*x "H"- wwJii Over 135: VP-3 airmen have

their heads for carrying baskets Has OpeningsFor been tailored for the new suitsas

) wood, jugs,. and other items, preparation for forthcoming
all well balanced and transport PositionsApplications deployment to northern climates.

ed without apparent difficulty.Most The squadron was recently

of the crew agreed that will be accepted r ,. presented with the coveted Atlantic
the Haitian and the Dominican from employees of NAS Jax for f Battle Efficiency "E" far

Republic jungles were the thick- the following civil service posi ..s patrol squadrons _

est they had ever seen. tions.

At Trinidad the airport was Engineering Draftuman (Gen-,

quite a distance from town but a eial!), GS-6, Overhaul and Repair I

five dollar bill was used to solve. department; Supervisory Statis-

the t transportation'problem.. tical Clerk, GS-5, Overhaul and' .
I fro.Ya
their arrival at San Juan
Upon Repair department; and Clerk, '+9 A S SALTY HUMOR FROM
Rico Jaxons found the
Puerto GS-5, Public Works department.
town crowded with 'whitehats'from HERE AND THEREThe
Interested personnel should sub-

there. American.- ships anchored mit Standard Form 68 to the Industrial 'Jolly Rogers' Of VF-34 Score HighIn meek husband of a nagging

J Relations officer, Build- i wife planned to get revenge, even

Supervisor Group MeetsNext ing 907. Gunnery During 'Gitmo' Cruise If he had to wait until he died. t'
Vacancies also exist at other He willed one-thiid ft his estate '
of local I
regular meeting activities within the Sixth Naval An Atlantic Fleet Air Force J et flight hour record and one of the I to his wife, but the bulk of It
National Association of
chapter District. NAS Key West is advertising year's best squadron gunnery rages for 15,000 feet were cstab- went to a fund for stray animals. ,

_ Supervisors: Department of, Defense for a General Engineer, ,lisped by VF-34 recently at Naval ,Air Facility, Leeward Point, Guan- He also stipulated that his widow

will be held today, 1930, at GS-9, and an Architectural Engi- tanamo Bay, Cuba. was to have carved on his tomb I

.the YWCA, 325 East Dqval. Appointment neer, GS-9, mechanics and sheet- the stone the words:
While smashing previous
Lawrence B. Stephens and Lt. J
of committees will take '
metal workers.The I "lIe rests In peace.;
place. monthly flight hours total by (Jg) Roger E. Barnes, became I
The widow then
- Naval Ordnance Plant at angry complied,
15 the 19 double "E" winners by virtue of
about 25 hours, of com- added .
line of her
a own:
Macon, Ga., needs a Tool Engineer their at both
outstanding scores
peting Fleet Air- Jacksonville pilots "Until meet '
we ngaln.
Chaplains At Center GS-11; Ordnance Engineer, 15,000 and 30,000 feet
garnered highly coveted gun- S ,*
GS-5,7; Engineering
"E's" for their excellence)) in Their three dUhlon' flying
Inside and nery The pert lady lion tamer was
Gel New Offices' GS-5,6; Machinist ( )
Toolmaker aerial marksmanship partner* also qualified for "KV cheered by the crowd as she called

Two Chaplains at the Naval Ah "It's the greatest team effort at 15,000 fret, which made thutdhI..lon a lion over to take a lump of
1he Office of Resident Officer
Technical Center haVe
Training I've known as long as I've been sugar right from her mouth. But
'in Charge of Construction, NAS the only one with tin"E"
moved their offices from Building associated with the Navy," Lc<1r. for Path pilot. ..one remained dubious..
Jax, has announced an openingfor
503 to Building 502, .at Airman Frank H.: O'Brien, skipper of VF- Bystander: "Huh, that's nothing -
Preparatory School. Supervisory Construction En- Squadron pilots, other than Lt. ."
34 told members.
gineer (Gen)' GS-12. squadron Stephens and Lt. (jg) Barnes, who
David Enthusiast ( "Would
The Chaplains, Lcdr. : angry)
Lodr. O'Brien especially commended -
Humphrey and Lt.(jg) Robert Other openings for engineershave also won their Navy gunnery you dare do that?"
the squadron chiefs and "E's" Lt. (jg) Cecil C. Davis
the District were:
Barlik, both of whom have served been published by Bystander: "Sure, I could do\
crewmen whoM tireless operations Ens. Edward J. Fischer Ens.
Public Works Office, 6ND, "
with the Marine Corps, made the It as well as the lion can.
accessibleto U. S. Naval Base, Charleston, "around the dock" made Warren L. Hansen, Lt. (jg) Law- *
to be
, more readily
the Maijnes.. S. C., the Supervisory of Ship- the enviable record pOHslblo.. rence L. Holley,' Jr;, Lt. Clark W. On the entrance exams for a

Chaplain building, USN and Naval Inspector Two "firsts" were recorded by"VF34's Hunt, Lt. James F. Irvine, Lt. Joseph midwestern university was thin

J., Humphrey has seen of Ordnance, Ingalls Ship- '"Jolly Roger. It was E. Puccini, Jr., Lt. (jg) ClayS. question: "Name two ancient ,

service with the Marines both In building Corp., Pascagoula, Miss., the first time VF-34 pilots had Sayers, Lt, Robert L. Schex- sports." .

World War. II and In the Korean and the Naval Construction Bat entered gunnery competition fly- nayder, Ens. Dean D. Tunno, Ens A former G. I. came up with

Campaign. talion Center, Gulfport, Miss. ing F2H-2 "Banshee" Jets and Donald P. Wilson, Lt. W. Robert this answer: "Anthony and Cleo
Chaplain Barlik was with the Information concerning these the first time the squadron oper- Wright, and Lt. (Jg) Roger J. patra."

-.First Marine Division in Korea other positions can be obtained ated from Leeward Point. Kelly. S .

prior to reporting for* duty atNATTCenter. from the Industrial Relations de- Two sharp-shooting fliers from Officers and men of the "Jolly Doctor: "What was the most ,

partment, Building 907. the squadron's second division, Lt. Rogers" squadron unanimously you ever weighed?"

.. '" ....._- "- ..-., '" agreed that "good weather and Patient: "Around 160 pounds."
el ." good chow" were two important Doctor:: "And what was the
,,. *' M, factors contributing to their Impressive least you ever weighed?"

accomplishment. Patient: "About 7'/i pounds."

I S .
Seven Units EligibleFor Cupid doesn't always shoot you .
; with an arrow. Sometimes he
Combat .
t a PaySix sneaks up ahd stabs you in .the
Navy ships and one back. \

minesweeper were declared eli S I

'r S gible for combat pay, the Chiefof Cactus Ike, as he dismounts: .

Naval Operations has an "Gal, I've been ridin' like the

yw nounced.. The ships, with the wind for miles and miles, just
& .. exception of the minesweeper achin' to git here." '\

Mocking Bird which became Annabelle: "You have?" !

.. eligible during October of 1950, Cactus Ike: "Yes-hour after '

j all qualified for this pay durIng hour-I've been ridin' like the

h _&____Jill\ .1 the final two months of the wind, achin' to see you."
Korean war. She: "Well, sit down."
t" : Although a total of 53 ships He: 'Can't. That's where I'm

4 and units earned the combat achin',"

: pay during the 37monthlongKorean S *

*. 'rvA. .4 p. )tly -_D ... ..- ( wart .the CNO's report "W .1ter, It's been half an hour .
'::r'W covered only the June-July period since I ordered that turtle soup." -- '
fourteen of the 19F3I pilots who set an Atlantic Fleet Air I of 1953 the ended II
SET RECORD-Due are as war "Sorry, air, but you know how
Force jet flight how record "while establishing one of the year's best squadron tannery averages. fiJy'26. slow turtles "
The group put together the marks at Naval Air Facility, Leeward Point, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. .

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Page Six JAX AIR 12 November 1953

'. TIMEOUT Physical I Shape Good,

But Cogers Need Work

Unimpressive in two full court scrimmages with the Jax

t tal Marines early this week, the 1953-54 edition of the Jax Navy,

% cage varsity intensified practice drills with the emphasis on .
By John Charvat patterns and control. .

M For the most part, the Fliers
Lack of competition has well coordinated piece of basket.
in condition.
are good physical
become quite annoying for ? k" Coach Frank McCaffrey observed, ball machinery capable of hitting
the varsity weightlifting from any and all angles.
r 1 .iM "There are' a number of good boys
team Vince Zoda, at ::5 the
an unsung unit which who can definitely help us if they tallest
scored well man on 'the has taken ,
so against the get in shape." squad,
Lakeshore Barbell Club re v rapid strides{ In conditioning and
Jar Navy spilled its Marine
cently. will be valuable asset at the
counterpart, 65-60, Monday' after
Lt. Paul McCoy, 'NATTCenter A pivot. He was second to Grabas
.1 y. noon, but the overall performance
Welfare and Recreation Officer in scoring lat year; with an average -
of the Fliers left much to be desired -
informed this department, better than 16 points. .

'We've got a good outfit of hard- The liters expect to crim- McCaffrey has been particularly

'working men, but the service CAGE CANDIDATES-Discussing strategy in a practice session mage Florida State University\ pleased with the improvementof

competition is skimpy." early this week are varsity basketball hopefuls (left to right) sometime over the weekend "Ill Junior-Cassell and Ed Bur-
Al Visnius Frank Kloss and Don Scott. The FIlers held scrimmages ( '
Both McCoy and Coach "Fran" get a better indication of the goyne, graduates of the 52-53 Junior
twice with Jax Marines. Jai Navy
the formed
Franzblau were high in their opens the season >here> Nov 27 against VJ-62 of NAAS Sanford. possibilities' for the season from Varsity combo. Either could
praise of Richard Abruzzese. this one'," COMb McCaffrey add step into the first-five without

:Abruzzese's zeal in helping to difficulty

coach the outfit put him out of Stage Set For Showdown ed.Bright spots, as hard to find as The Fliers' debut is with VJ-6Z ...

actual competition against Lakeshore a leave chit in Iceland, in the of Sanford, Friday, Nov. 27, in the

as he had no time left to workouts against the Jar Marines Mainside gym. Prior to the Christ.

train himself for the event. were "Red" Rogers and Dick Tate mas holidays, Jax Navy will en

Of such examples are sports : Battle In IM Touch LoopThe Rogers, a 20-year-old youngster gage' 11 opponents. _

alen made. I without college experience, Is While several strong college! and

calm before the storm has set in on the Mainside highly regarded in the Navy camp. junior college teams have been
Scheduled for transfer Monday I Hampered by a shin splint, Tateis dropped from the schedule, the
intramural touch football front with limited '
to an auxiliary station at only activity : still weeks away from his po- overall balance of opponents indicates

Corpus Christi, Texas, is John scheduled as all hands await the championship! encounter between tential. One of nine returnees, the tougher competition than

RublnowskI, a stout right- Fasron Six and Personnel. ntmbled legged Kentuckian has a that experienced in winning 22

"hander for the Jax Navy. nine Tentative date for the show- l IferT on a starting assignment.For and losing eight last year.
this past season. Giovannini, and Backs Ron Rosen the third straight season,
down is Tuesday, Nov. 17, at TfcNTATIYK: SCHKDUI.K: :
While never in top shapebecause Yorktown Field. Exact date of and Earl Dickey. There is a pos Jax Navy's scoring punch will be Nov.'27-Sanford VJ-C2. her :
of injuries, "Ski" was sibility that Rosen, the Banshees' patterned around Bob Grabaz, a Dec. 3-Sanford VC-9 here
the game hinges on the return of Dec. ,4-Turner A KB, theieuw.
to the Fliers in leading ground-gainer will return. .
a biff help Fasron Six from Quonset Point 5-Marine su, inert
Glovannlnl and Rosen are definite Dec. 'Olynco HAS here
their drive for second
a consecutive Slate Clinic
where the Banshees finished second Cage Dec. 8-Jax Jr. Col., there
City League pennant. ly out for the season. Dec 9-Kolllni College there ;
in the ComAlr Lant tourney.
Dec. 14-Kt. Jackson' here
Fasron Six still rates as a one- Personnel's hopes soared last At NATTCenter Dec: 15-Sanford VJ-C2.here there ,
Jax Navy's girl volleyballteam week with the return of ilfle- Dec I8-Patrick AKB.
touchdown 'favorite, despite inju- Jan. 14-1'MGC, Camp Gordon, here
will take in the Florida J n. 15-Camp Gordon here
part armed Jerry a deadly .
ries to key personnel in, Com.Air Nov. 2324Twelve Jan;; 1B-Shaw AKB. ifiereJan. _
State A.A.U. ChampionshipsIn Lant tourney. flinger back" from a prolonged 10! -Kt. Jackson there _,
St. Fla. tomor- leave. Thomas led the Personnelmen Jan. 21-Jax Jr. Coll., here ..
Petersburg, Injuries Plague "Six" Jan ZJ-Moody AFU, these .
row and Saturday. through the early stages of teams have signed up to 25-Shaw AKB here
Out with End Pete
Injuries are date Jan. 2ft-Parrls Island, there
for the NATTCenter Intra-
Strong contenders in the Jacksonville league play. Jan. 28-(;reei*Cove here
the Waves Lint Starters mural Basketball League which Jan. -Patrlck AFB, there
City League,
Job. Brewton-Parker Coll.. there
should make a good showing Banshees Near Thomas and 'Ed Burgoyne form will open shortly after Thanks- Kpb. 4-Kla. State Krofth, here
Feb. 6-Sanford VC-9, there
against the State's best. the major offensive spark, with giving Day. Feb 8-PMGC Camp Cordon, there

Mainside KegChampionship End Lennie Shriver a favorite tar- Entries include AE< School, Feb.Feb: 11-- S/Ftnht'f're: : '

get in Personnel's overhead game. Guides, Medical, Training Facilities Feb 13-Kolllns/ College, here
Miami U. Opens Gates Dental, AK School, AO Feb 16-Oreen Cove there '
Loser in the showdown encoun- Feb 18-Pan-In Island, here
School, AGO Personnel, Marines, Feb 23-Kla. State Fresh, theta
Free To ServicemenStation ter will drop into a Shaughnessy Jo't'b 26-Turner AKB. here
Defending champion Fasion Six Special Services, Personnel and .Feb 27-Marine SD here
for second
playoff place '
fans who make the trip
all, but had the Mainside Intra- Supply. t
teams ranked two five.
to Miami thisvweekend to follow mural Bowling title under lock Lt. Paul McCoy, Center athletic
Contenders for the trophy are VP- TraFac Gridmen
the Fliers against Miami Marine and key as competition headed Into officer, will conduct a basketball
16 VC-62 NARTU O&R.-
Air Station might have a and : clinic at the Nov. 23
Corps} its final stages tonight and tomorrow gymnasium,
treat in store if they arrive early. on the Building Three Personnel l'Ron.ABU: STARTING LINKUPS FMren t-ix"Moose" and 24. Hold Leadership
Servicemen will admitted free Afternoon instruction will be
alleys. Crouse LE: Will EwIng
of charge to the football game In last week's feature match, Ferry Collins C John Campbell held the 23 and the clinic will be Of Center Loop

between the University of }121- the red-hot, Banshees stifled Hos Len Shriver HE Bill BaileyEd climaxed the night of the 21th .

ami and Virginia Tech, Friday pital's bid for the crown with a Burgoyne QB "Tex" Dvorznak with the Jax Marines vs. Jacksonville Lou Hanlon, fleet halfback of
Thomas JIB Frank Brown
night at the Orange Bowl. 3-1 triumph. Don Lamay found Jim Jerry Dempsey FB Bill Bohannon Junior College clash. AO School set a new scoring record -

It was cautioned, however, things to his liking as he blasted as he led his team to a 26-0

that you must enter through out 554 sticks for the winners. n-i ---- drubbing of AK School last weekin

Gate 8 and be in uniform. Earlier in the week, Fasron Six; the NATTCenter Intramural

bounced Supply, Set, on the Touch Football League.

strength of Mike: Pierii's 532. Hanlon rolled up 25 points !in

Net Tourney Attracts VC-63 Skid 5 u. AO School's win. Training Facilt-.

Five Station Entries Hospital knocked off VC-62 No. ties stayed on top of the circuit

1, 3-1, with Paul Jula rolling 'a" however' downing Marine Co. 42,

Competition In the first annual fine 067. "Lefty" Wilson was high 13-0. Carl Jablonski and Bob _

Jax Navy Open Volleyball Tournament for the losers with a 5O{. George tallied for the winners.

to determine a representative The Composite Squadron "var- Special Services outlasted Co.

from this station for state sity" continued its downward 40, 12-0,' with Len Kehl.and Pete ,
AAU and service-sponsored net plunge by dropping a 3-1 decisionto Bessette handling the scoring as

meets gets underway Monday, ant up-and-coming. squad F, b o' signments. Jim Daly paced AE
Nov. 16 at the NATTCenter gym. Nick Prosek helped the Cane School to 'a narrow 6-0 decisionover
Hunters with a 516. .
entered thus
Five teams have MAD
Fasron I F W-11, prepping for a showdown -
far, including Fasron Six, In other
with Fasron Six, upended games last week, 'AE
109, VP-16, AE School and NATT- k Wi School
Center Ship's Company. Operations, 3-1, despite a 522 by ?' dumped Co. 41, 2-0; AO
the losers "Ski" Wiktorskt. Later Navy defeated MAD, 1-0; Co 39
will be on a
Play '
blanked AK School, 13-0 Co. 38
in the week the Air Wingers ;
nation basis on successive days downed
with the first matches slated at tipped Prev. Medicine, 31. AO Marines, 18-0, and Co.
1'rosok Rolls 519 41 defeated Special Services, 13-0.

1130. Fielding ,a makeshift lineup, Play in the' ,NATTCenter loop

VP-18 was conquered by Prev. win be concluded next week with

Weather ReportPut Medicine, 40. Fields toppled 472 nine games yet'to be played.

away those moth-eaten sticks to pace the Corpsmen. STANDINGSTeam '

raccoon coats and those long- VF-174 continued on the vic- TraFac ............. \f 8 J.1 rr.i ... .
Johns. It will not be so C9ld this tory trail with decisions.over Per- I AE School.......... 10 2 0

weekend-the, weather" man says sonnel and VC-62 No. 2. R. E. AO Navy .......'..... jo 3 0
06. Tonder paced the victors on both Co. 38 ................ 5 2 0
MUSCLEMEN DELUXE Hexing: for the ameraman after MAD ............... 5 41 0
Friday-Mostly clear, maxi- occasions. competition in the Mr. Jacksonville contest and a weightliftingmatch Spec. Serv. .......... 3 5:3: .
mum temperature in mid70s. Supply and VJ-2, led by "Red" at Lakeshore, are these representatives of Jax Navy AO Marines ......... 2 5 0. .

Saturday-Partly cloudy, maximum Flemmlng, 503, and Prosek, 549; Kneeling is Delwyn Kesslck, Fleet Air Wing 11, who won the Co. 40 ............,. 1 3 t 2
temperature in mid-70's. respectively, gained shutouts over heavyweight division with barbells. In back (left) is Joe Muff, Co. 39 ............... 1 6 0 ,
I Fasron Six: :, Mr. Jacksonville of 1953. Spike Tenpenny, ComFair- Co. 42 ............... o 1 0t )
:Sunday-T-Cloudy and cooler.. ComFalr Jax. Jax, (right), was third in the body beautiful contest. .
Co. 41 ............... 0 2


i2 Ifovember:: 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven ,

'Jax Mittmen : Barracudas Host

Drub Strong b a Fliers 'SaturdayOn

GCS Squad : Miami TurfWith

Highlighted by reversed decisions R A chance to pick up

In two bouts, the Jax Navy- 1 0 N'd w.' their second consecutivq win,

Marine varsity boxing team t 3 Jax Navy's footballers embark
stopped the classy Green Cove I 0 by bus early tomorrow
Springs Sailors" for the second t { morning for Miami, hopefulof

lime this season with a 42.2 edge an upset over a rough Marine _
on an eight-bout program. Air Station eleven- Sat-

Marcus Botas, Marine 126- a urday night.

pounder, paced himself well in de. The Fliers will make the trip

c-lstonlng Mickey Howe to Inaugurate south In a confident mood despite
festivities. Marine lightweight M the fact the Barracudas art

Ray Collins, although badly rated favorites by the pigskin '
cut in the third round, hAd 4 experts.

enough points to decision Don Un ..- atts t'.GT, a '',; <.m: B.'ic'Wi..: Ii _--:, .. ';' Coach Dick Maylander has

derwood.tirrcn. ON THE MARCHYhen lax Navy quarterback Joe Waterman ((36)) reversed his field and scheduled a practice: session in
Cove 140-pounder Gene got behind several Atlanta defenders, It caused many observers to wonder It "Wes" had suddenly the Magic City Friday afternoon,
KUmi,held an early advantage turned the tables on his teammates. This craxy-quilt action took place during second quarter at which time a starting lineup
over pallor Abe McIntosh before action in last Friday's lax Navy-Atlanta General Supply Depot encounter won by the Fliers 32- will be selected. '
the battling Jaxon opened In 0. Other identifiable players are Linwood Gray. (18)) and Ray Brown ((45)) of Jax Navy and Hank
up Robertson (83) and Ned Kessler ((86)) of Atlanta. The Fliers pla1l\lIamll\lCAS\ Saturday night in Fliers' Chances 30-50
the second and third heats to
the Sunshine City. ,
When asked about the Fliers'chances
a close decision.

"Sleepy" Darden of Jax and Wave Cagers Slate Jax Atlanta Leathernecks for, who victory finished over in the a
Doug Laidlow counterbalanced Navy Spills
27.27 knot with Parris Island
Initial; ; WorkoutInitial
holding and rabbit punches in a last week, Assistant mentor 'Ed
scintillating 139-pound standoff practice for the Jax McNeill averred, "Our chances

Hard punching Ed Wasko of the Navy Waves basketball team With Big Third Quarter arc 5050. It the boys play headsup
host Irish declsioned Jax newcomer will be held tomorrow night at ball, we can win.;'

Joe "Sugar" Hunt in a 1830 in the Mainside Gym, Jax Navy gridsters ran hot and cold List Friday afternoon The much-muddled backfield

closie at 156 pounds.Crowdplea"er Building Coach Three. Davis but when the heat was turned on the Fliers were tor- situation should become a' bit
Johnny emphasized -
of the eveningwas that all rid, as was evidenced by a three-touchdown third quarter clearer with the expected returnof
positions are
the 160-pound scrap bo. and that every girl will open be I which made victory easy over Atlanta General Service Depot Quarterback Jack Bishop, who
teen highly favored Bob 32-0. saw limited action in last week's
to her
given a chance prove *
Schaefer of Green Cove and Battling vchllling 48 degree tem- twice on runs of four and 12 yards tussle with Atlanta, and Full
Tony Shields. Schaefer, a capabilities. peratures and their own sluggishness and carried 13 times for a net of backs Homer Brinson and Bob

strong contender in local Golden the Fliers neatly equalled 76 yards.Turman. Batson.
loses rank's, had his hands full their total point production for : Linemen Questionable
an aggressive tight
before derUloning Shield NATTCenterNet the in six which '"
season games" halfback from Tyler, Texas, spurted Halfback Linwood Gray, author -
In the second split decision rendered stood at 35. It was the second four yards between right guard of several scintillating punt

Tony Courneya and Green Lead To win in seven starts for Jax Navy. and tackle the third lime Jax returns before incurring, a knee

Cove's 160-pounder"Cowboy" Horner Leading, scorer and ground Navy had possession to give the I. Injury in Saturday's game, will
fought to a standstill. AE SchoolVictories gainer for the Navy was elusive Fliers a 6.0 bulge be ready for limited duty
of Jax showed Joey Turman who hit pay dirt I IThat's
I Plenty of help should come
I .... how )Jt stood through the
marked improvement in a unanimou over their toughest first half, although the Fliers, from fleet-footed, Lou Cimarolli,

decision over Jack Hudak, competition last week sky rocketed STRIKES definitely? ragged In the second a newcomer In Jax Navy livery,

165-pound.. southpaw. AE School Into undisputed pos heat, missed numerous scoring who has sparkled in his only
I session of first place in the SPARES opportunities. Atlanta's deepest two appearances this season

Finalists Named( NATTCenter Intramural Volleyball penetration throughout the game The Fliers' forward wall con
League. SPLITSThe was to the Jax 47. I tinues In fine shape with the ;

In Four FlightsOf The Electricians defeated Training race of individual average In the third quarter the Fliers only question-marks being Guard' f
i Facilities 15-12, 15-11, and honors in the Mainside Intramural moved the kickoff 51) yards In Ron Lawhcad who injured an

then :downed: AO School l5.17,15. Bowling circuit has shaped In- eight, plays with Linwood Gray ankle in the Atlanta encounter,
Fall Cup 10, llO.In to a dogfight between Carl Odoloof breaching the last four yards and End Morris Wilson, victimof

Play in the championshipbracket other games, AO School defeated VP-18 and Hospital's Paul Jula around right end. Joe Kurash the fray with Eglin Field.Weightlifters .

of the station Fall Cup Marines by forfeit; AGM with a razor-thin margin separating made a key block to shake the St. .

Golf Tournament continued to defeated Special Services, 15.2, the two keglers. Pete speedster loose.

follow the script as favored Lou 15-4v; Special Services defeated New .embers Into the 200 Club Score Three in Third ,

Chaff battled- his way into the Marines, 15-7, 15-4, and airing this past week were Cliff Prosek, Shortly after, Turman capped a Set
final round of the annual classic : Facilities defeated AGM, 15-1, ,VJ-2, 216; Paul Elliott, ,VP-18 202, 66-yard softlc with a 12-yard Grapplers
: and "Red" Fleming, Supply l 204. sweep of left end for a touchdown.
Chaff exploded Ray Bellamy :1 159.No performances were recorded Ray Brown's try from placementwas Show MondayA
sched- Repeat
out of the tourney, 4 and 3, In a league matches are good and it was 1C0.
superb exhibition of clutch shoot uled next week, but play will be by Vic Cieplinski, Fasron two-ring circus of torso-
. I Mike Plenl Fasron Six Jax: Navy gained possession on
Six Jula, ,
resumed the following week. ;
ing. In earlier rounds,he disposedof the enemy 10 minutes later when twisters and weightlifters will be
E. Ton ler VF-174.
and R.
John Hughes and Leonard. STANDINGS at 2000 in .
w. J" the Flames were forced to kick staged Monday night
Cooley. AB Team School ... .............. 12 2 TOP TEN r mri At,*. with their backs to" the goal Melle the NATTCenter Auditorium, and
Opposing Chaff In the finale AO School ..::::::::::::::::: 1 2 4TrnFac Eoloe\'P Jula: Hospital-l5 .. 31.18\ 173 172 Gallch booted short to Whitey all hands are Invited. .
will be AGM School ............... 7 ,7 SU 3.1 JMIiniay. show
Ed Weeks, who came fast Clepllnskl. Fasron 'c Sarrett on the 20 and the Fliers' An eight-bout wrestling=
.... 1
Spec Serv, ............. Fasron Six .11 168Kewlnjfor
from the nondescript list to eliminate Marine ..,................. 0 12 FAW-U .. :a 167 quarterback returned 10 yards.. will be on the program In addition

Bill Barrow," 2 and I, last 4 .. Dumoncl Rugglerl i. Supply.....,,,,,,. .14 34 164 1WJVJ2 Atlanta drew a five yard pen to a weightlifting meet with
week. Weeks has stayed familiar Bill says he took his girlfriend Clifford Fasron 109 :26 16.1 alty for offside and on the first the Jax Navy-Marine and Lakeshore .
Biklrh ComKnlr Jax fll 161<
'With par throughout the tourney out in the fog and mist! Feaster, Fasron ;109 32 160 play from scrimmage Lou Cima Barbell Club renewing hostilities. '.
in blasting Pete Gardner and Dill um__ rolli a sensation at Pittsburgh in .
Haas. his sophomore year, cut through ..,
Adm. Hardison In Finals nicely on the right side for ascol'e
In second flight competition, y SPORTS FROMYESTERYEAR
Jack Gujln conquered Ed Bur .M rR Outcome Never Questioned '

styne in a 1-up- squeaker, and will Early In the fourth period, At-
tangle with Rear Admiral Os lanta went Into a punting situation Another In a weekly feature '
borne B. Hardison 7 and 6 victor -' at its own 33. The snap from that brings to life performances -

over Jim' Rents in the final T center to Galich was high and he on the Naval Air Station
round. M was dropped! for a loss of 16 yardsat sports. scene from dusty issues
The Gujin-Burstyne match was the 17.Texaji of the Jax Air News. ..

decided on the eighteenth green, George Evans countered Tt'n't>ur14 Ago Today '.;
while the outcome of the Adm for a yard at left tackle and Carl A & R and Hospital touch

Hardison-Rentz duel wass-decide<\, :.. Wall, Vero Beach Fla. product, footbaliers led In their respective ,
earlier. a i. : .t __ picked up three yards to the 13 on leagues while 0 & O remained {1
.trt!. Wins on 21st R Z5' a wide pitchout Evans behind in the lead In the offi i 1
Jim Roberts shunted Harry good blocking, then swept left cers' touch football league .
Webb from the third flight with 'L end for Navy's final touchdown. Ph'.a,. Ago Today I

a 1-up victory on the 21st hole to The awesome display of power, The Jax Navy Fliers took a

gain a spot in the finals against } both offensively and defensively, hard.fought game from a spirited I
. Carl Springfcls. The latter disposed 1 q demonstrated by the Fliers In the Fort Benning eleven, 13-0 1
of Sam Lanier 3-up, in the third quarter was' their most Impressive in the first annual Southeastern 1

f'f'mles. 1 of the season. Army-Navy game at the 1
Favored Jack Tefft was upset Jax NavyMarinearslty swimmerswill .Ju NTJT AllinU RSI Gator Bowl.Nineteen .
IN THE Sll'IM-These Front H ......... First Down ......... 2 '
by Capt. David McCampbell In carry the load In Indoor 'competition this season. row 20() .,...... Yards Rushing ........ 42 candidates were
Jim Gregory, Coach Phil Griffnnn ........ ......... {
the feature match of the fourth (left to right) are, Chuck McKeen ]6. Tuftics Alt. 7 working out anticipation cf ..:
and Chuck Nyerly. Back row Steve Papach, 5 ........ Pasties Comp ........ 2
flight, 2 and 1, while Bruce Welsh Tom Bob Rau, Cliff faker and Chct Hence. 97 ........ Yards 1'aftnlng' ........ 22 the return ,of big-time bosket- :1
Dan Lurag.llenry Akins, 25......... Punt A\K .........2R \
\ upended Chuck Schoder by a The tankmen workout weekdays at NATTCenler Indoor pool, 6.2....... Fumble, Lost ......4.2 ball in midDecember.I. ,
.... ..... '. ..
similar> count. Building 614. f f", 4 75 TinnlUe ; '( ...1.1.40 ,1 1s







Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 12 'November 1953

;1: a.mmm. Mari eRe: ; ln Illustrious' History- :$ I

a (Items offering for tale articles !-

r, of property such as washing; Of Corps On 178th :Anniversary

machines, automobiles, furniture, .
radios clothing and the like are Speeches were made, birthday '
stomping of
,prohibited by Defense Department cakes cut, touts offered' and a; Chapultepee during
the Mexican: War; about Marina
regulations. This t column \\111. few of the old'"gunnles"/ and Marines -
'at Belleau- Wood which
: howe\rcr. list such services as front the "Old Corps" days i earned the
name "devil dogs" from
available got lumps in their throats as ,the
housing, rides wanted j the Germans: and about Wake Ie.

and lost and found articles or U. S. Marine Corps marked its land and- the .flag-laising on Iwo

other'sl'11l1al'' notices.) 178th birthday.cn Tuesday of this Jima" and Inchon. *
week. ,
FOR RENT % Then there 'were others"known
"'urn. two 852 The anniversary was celebratedhere '
mi. apt., St. Clair mosfiy to the Marines themselves
Ph. Mr. Breese.Unfurn. with a formal ceremony for
8-3992 -tales of Tun Tavern .
; of the disastrous
Marine I Aviation
3 bdl m. house $85 mo., Detachment'spersonnel expedition hi the, Philippines .

-5100 'Andrews. Ph. 2-3250 Chief Marine commands Tuesday.here The held three the at Samar in the .early 1900's;
'ell.Finn. '
Han of. the Corps' long list of colorful
: .
annlversary.. bothon
4 and 379 .
rm. apt. garage, the station! and In' Jax.. letgh ranking officers, such, as

Crystal St., $75 mo. Ph. 7- 391, _r..FCOMPLETE Smedley Butler, called "Old Gimlet

Miller. 20 YEAR&-In brief ceremonies last week, 14 Biggest affair was held at the Eye" because he always Inspected
Fuin. 2 1'11apt.., 379 Crystal St., NAS employees received pins for 20 years federal service. In Malnslde Gym where ", the brass eyes on his .Ma
nearly 2,000
$15 mo. Ph. 7- 391. Mrs. Miller. above photo Frank Binder (left) and Harriet Knott of Supply :Marines and rines' shoes ,and Archibald Hen

Furn. 2 or 3 im. apt. downtown i department, accept their pins from Capt. Norman 'A. Helfrlch, their guests gatheredto derson who first instituted the

112 E. Ashley. Ph. 4-5675, Mrs. Supply officer. In bottom photo Comdr. ,Richard.'Mann, Public celebrate the occasion. leather
Works officer, honors the two-decade service of John Vinyard, Back on Nov. 10, 1775 the U. S. collar that brought the

Jones. of Public Works. Other 20 year pins went to eight 0 & R work Navy was an infant just two nickname "Leatherneck", and'who

Finn. 4 rm. cottage $65 mo., 2820 ers, two Security department employees and two more Public weeks old when the Continental is supposed to have quelled an
Harvard Ave. See Mrs Mobley, Works employees. !
election-day riot in Washington
Congress passed a resolution pro- ,
4425 Hiawatha.Bmall D. C., almost single-handedly,
viding for two battalions of Ma-
apt., titll turn, $13 wk., 2652 '
-Service ;Added all fhese
rines. Since then Marines have together andhundieds
M'l'lPh.. 7-6536, Mrs. Wood.
served In Just about every nook of other untold Inci-

.Furn. 5 rm. house, 3934 McGiits Pins Awarded To and corner of the globe, and taken dents, both big and small have
Blvd., Ortega Ph. 2-8538, Mrs. 0 made
part.In everything fl'omchas-, 178 years of Marine" Corps'
( Moody.
ing pirates and fighting fires to history
Furn, garage opt., $65 mo. Ph. '
14 EmployeesFourteen storming, heavily-fortified beaches. I .. .
112-8-4772, Mrs. Ball.Fuin. .
Wherever they served\! fought .
or Keim
3 bdrm. house $125 mo., Kohlhepp
I Naval All
more Station .
Ortega Manor. Ph. 88-8052, Mis. i another story or courageous act- ,
employees ate wearing the
some' based on fact some on ficition
Haynes anchor Hunt AwardedFooiball
type lapel emblem symbolizing humorous most
some SCI.t-
Fuin. 2 bdrm. house $60 mb. Ph. 20' of -
years government oiia-was added to t egl'adu l '
112-8-3214, Mis. Sadler service.
accumulation of tradition whichin Prizes
Furn. 3 bdim. house 4557 Blount ,
The awards; made by depart- a large part made the Marine
Ave. Ph. 87-1837 Mr Alcorn. Faith In this home
ment heads during Intol'maJ"cer-
the respected
Corps highly
,Fuin. small Ph. 2-4275 Lakeshore organization -
netted James
fast'week. Kohlhepp AKAN
monies were given to it is today. of

Mrs. Grose. those employees who'had attained S-3 Division NAS, first place in

'Unfurn. 4 rm. 'apt., 3800 Mayflower eligibility through honorable military Among these stories were the the Football' Special for the week

Ph._ 8-1492, Mrs. Johns. of Nov. 7.
and civilian
service in depart- well-known ones like Lt. Presley

Fuin, house\ owner reserves one ments and agencies of the Federal. O'Bannon's hazardous march I Five entrants missed four
jm. Ph. 2.3409 or 7-6061 Mrs
across the Libyan desert; the cap- games, bu't'Kohlhepp 'Mas. the
Overhaul and Repair depait- : ture of the pirate stronghold of only one to give Jax Navy the
ment personnelwho, received Derne Tripoli; tales about the nod over Atlanta GSD in the tie-
6 im. house Westwood Park 3123: I
I bieakcr. '
their pins from Capt. Lconidas D.

I Norris W. 1st st. Equity $850. Mrs. Coates Jr., 0 it R officer Included -. Off the total point spread by 33

Charles R. Farrell Milton R. Ful FOOTBALL SPECIAL points was Henry Keim HIM, of
1052 RorlI"Spartnette; 35-ft. house
ton, Howard B. Futrh_ Marcus O. Preventive Medicine, which was

trailer, $1,000 for $3,300 equity. Hughes, Homer L. Knight, ''Pattie' (For Week of Nov: 14)) good enough for second place. In

3 bdrm.Ph. 98-7340 house Mrs.2 mi.Smith.from N AS. R. Roney, Francis S. Shea and Pennsylvania .............................. vs. ............................:...-..........' Army third place, 40 points from the

4658 Ulmer; Ext. 8564 or 85353.MISCELLANEOUS Hilton L. Tucker. Navy ........................................... vs. .................................._ ColumKa correct of diference NAS was Joe Hunt,

e Yale .............._.............................. vs ..........:............_.......... Princeton DT3 Dental.

Two awards were authorized by Illinois .?..........................:.......;.... VS. ..................._............. Wisconsin Edward O'Brien AT3 of Faetu-
Lost: Bulova watch, religious Lant Det. No. 2
the Security department. One Northwestern ............................ vs .....;................................ Indiana and Arthur Graham

medal attached vicinity of Operations went to Clifton G. Edwards, drive Oklahoma A. and M. ............... vs. ..................................... Kansas DT3 of NAS Dental, were

Tower. Ph. 74294 or er-operator of the"Fire depart- Kansas State ........................:..... vs. .................................. Missouri the remaining entrants with four '.

sec 2217 College St., Mrs. Bran ment, who received his pin from 'Michigan-: ....?.>........................... vs. ...................... Michigan- State incorrect games.

son. # Fire Chief Donald R. Moran. Policeman Texas Tech .............................. vs. ,....................................... Tulsa

Riders wanted to Chicago or pointson Leo W. Curry acceptedhis Georgia Tech ........?................... vs. ?.............................._ Alabama
route, leave 0001 18 Dec. iI;!
award from James W. Oliver, Tennessee .................................... vs ...._................................. Florida >
return 0730 4 Jan. Ph. 216 o.
Training Chief of the Station :Mississippi State ....................... vs. ...................................... L. S. U. n r
8181, Jim Ryan. 5i c
Police. Mississippi ...........................-....... vs. ................................. :Maryland: :a.9, ,. :,,?a f 4FFX.anrt
riders wanted from Jacksonville
Harriet L. Knott, Payroll Clerk, Arkansas .................................. vs. .........._.................__ S. :M.: U.
Beach 0700 to 1600. Ph. Ext.
and Francis E..Binder, Storekeeper ,Texas A, and M. .................... vs. .............................-. -:........... RiceT. t
204, Mr. Courreges.
General of the Supply depait ,C. U. ................................... vs. .......................................... Texas

,Riders wanted from Southside ment, were given their 20-year Auburn ........................-:::......'..,...,vs. .................:................ ,Georgia

0730 to 1600. Ph. Ext. 226 Mr. service awards Monday of last Purdue ................................... vs .............;:..........:...-. Ohio State
Johnson '
week. Capt. Norman A. Helfilch, Washington ............................... vs. ............................. U. C.: L. -A.
Will baby sit, 5519 Brent. Ph.
Supply-Fiscal officer made the Wyoming ...........;......................... vs. ......................... New :MexicoPredlct'The 3
2-8096 Mrs. Forsyth. presentations.
Will baby sit, 1023 Oak. Ph. 7- e o ( Store of This 'Game)

6531 Mis. Hess. ;14 '

Will sit Comdr. Richard. Mann, Pub. Jax Navy...............................:.....vs. ..............:.......:...... :Miami :MCAS
,,. baby day or evenings,
He Work officer, presented ,three ., .
1775 Hamilton. Ph. 8-4956, Mrs.

Addle pins to employees of the Public Name .................:.........;..::.....:........:..:......... Rate/Rank ::................Irii

Works department. Two went to (First) ,, (Last) -.to I h'kfx
NAS personnel, and a third to >

Gusiine Departs George F. Lloyd, who retired sev Unit Assigned To ......._................:.............:.... Phone....................?_
eral months ago from his job as 3 ;
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For Korea Job constructive superintendent at Ce : JS. ,

,Donald R. Gustine training co.ol'dinator all Field. Comdr. Mann and Cmdr. RULES cV .

+ of the Instructor TrainIng C. C. Houghton, deputy officer-In 1. To enter the eoateit you simply' Indicate veer thetre .( each. p' cr
winner by placing an i School at Naval Air Technical charge of construction, paid a sur predict I a tie game, place a (T) .after the names .( teams }.u think I will

Training Center, has resigned prise 'call to Lloyd's home to de play to ft tie score. AA'
I. All tames are !. be predicted a an even baili. Tlei count as
to( accept a position with the liver his 20-yrar service pin and a lour unlcm predicted. i. 531Y

Army's Troop Information & Education hearty Navy "Well.donet"! Lloyd's 3. In the .p.. .. provided.. Indicate the seers of the game plrkedtiebreaker. u a Y ..as
I. CMO of a tie the person with the most nearly correct 6t k, aF
... Service In Korea. retirement was'due to serious ill arere will "wJu the contest. R.

Gustine has done graduate ness. 4. Entry: .blank Incompletely filled 'not will net be considered. ,*aAll
Contestants mast make. nil the' selections pin (odlratl.Lthe. .score .f the
work, at the University of Florida S John H.., Vinyard Technical 1 .ne tiebreaker to be eligible. \'

and taught In the public, schoolsIn Services superintendent, and Da 0. In the went s gems U ,postponed -aeheduled for any reuse.
It U automatically excluded from the contest final ratings. .
Jacksonville. During Work rid J.' Roberts, Fireman, Utilities, .. Entry blank most-be submitted not Inter than '17 War II he spent four and a half were the other Public Works employees the Jail: Air Ne*.. ()flee In the hpecial Service Building. Wt: or /> .any
,of the convenient plcknp point. throughout the itatlon. P
years 'with 'Army Ordnance in the who have completed 20 7. All military and civilian personael, with the exception of personnel
European Theatre. He will assume years service. of the Jai: Air' New, are eligible t. enter the contest. UNITY-Mary Astolfi's

a supervisory position in the .. 'Oaly on. entry to each person will be allowed.f. heart belongs to more than one
VtInner will be announced I In the Jax Air Newt lbs Thursday service. The Jersey City typist:
Army's education program f in in Europe. Now .I 'will get a following the Saturdays on which the game I* played. was elected :Miss Bayonne Naval

Korea chance to ,see a different civilization PRIZES Supply Depot first; but

During World War II, .my and culture" he said prior .to Prire. totaling $lle merrhandU chit will he awarded the top, Marine Observation Squadron<<
duties took me to several points leaving here three entries' lint place I. $1, second place Is $J, and third plate Is $1. 6 finial in Korea sweetheart made her Its! ef-

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