Jax air news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028307/00445
 Material Information
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 19, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
oclc - 33313438
notis - ADA7401
lccn - sn 95047201
System ID: UF00028307:00445

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COURTESY IS CONTAGIOUS Let's Have An: Epidemic .oj

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

Most Personnel Suggest Novel Game ,

Will Get Home Personnel Can Earn $100S

During HolidaysAnnual In Carnival Booth ContestNow
holiday leave and liberty -
schedules for Naval Air Station

Jacksonville beginning Dec. is your opportunity to cash in on an idea just in
14 and ending: Jan. 11 have been time for the Christmas holidays I rA

announced.To $100 defense bond Is offered'
of ideas submitted by an Indi-
enable personnel? to be at for every idea for a novel, guar vidual.
home for either Christmas e r New anteed fund-raising game booth '
Years, two leave, periods hale that is accepted by the contest All suggestions must be''for
been> established. The first leave ? ? committee for use In next year's warded to Lcdr. Imholte, Booth
period will commence at the com A Navy Carnival for Charity. Suggestions Committee Chairman, Navy Carnival -
,pletion of the working day on 3 ,must be complete in detail for Charity for 195|, by
Monday, Dec. 14 and will end, at and in the hands. of Lcdr. I noon Tuesday, Dec. 15, in Room
the beginning; of the working day M Karl 1L Imholte, Booth Committee 202, Administration' Building, NAS
on :Monday: Dec. 28, a period of f t Chairman, prior to 1200 Jax.
13 days Dec. 15. Identify Sujrgefttlon

The second leave period, or 4. o Everyone Eligible Full name, rate and address of
New Years leave, will commence Everyone on the Station, civilian competitor must be attached to

,after work on Monday, Dec. 29, S. S and military, is eligible to compete.All each suggestion.
and will terminate at the. start of suggestions will be screenedby Don't overlook this big opportunity
,the working day Monday, ,Jan. the contest committee. Winners'w11l to make this a real Christmas
'11. This also is a period of thirteen be announced in the NAS for yourself, and later for
days plan-of-the-day, Dec. 22. those underprivileged children and

.* ..,..... Rules governing the contest are : adults who benefit by the annual
Department Head* have been as follows: Suggestions must be Navy Carnival for Charity. The
authorized to grant leave requestsfor smash Broadway hit, is shown by the Jacksonville Little Theatreat complete in detail showing call is out now for original,
35 )percent of their personnelat the NATTCenter Auditorium Nov. 30 and Dec. 1, local Navy method and principles of operationas unique and sure-fire game ideas.
one time. They have also been men will have supporting parts. Here in a scene when the "white well as required personnel.All So get into the competition! Your
authorized to grant individual hats" are gently lowered to the deck of the AK 601, after a idea may hit the jackpot!
leave requests up to and Including hilarious liberty, are Gerry HJert, AN, (front row, left) and Kenneth suggestions must be accompanied .
Wells, SN, (front row, right).' Others pictured are members by a detailed sketch of the
30 days, however such requests of the cast from Jacksonville, Phil Meunfer, John Maher, and proposed game booth, showingsize
mutt; also be included in I John Tinny J and plan 'of"construction.. .. Newcomers Get t
the 35'percent authorized.It .
((Booths to be approximately
has been requested that Top Broadway Hit
10 x 10 feet). Hand
leave be collected departments Helping
papers by '
Games of Skill
from their respective Roberts To The suggested game of skill
divisions for the, two leave periods !- Mister PloyTwoNight must be Inexpensive to construct, From I&O Unit"Little
and submitted to the Military
simple to operate, and a '
Personnel Officer, Leave, Liberty, anteed money-maker. 'I Boy Lost"?-Not any
and Subsistance Branch Office, Here More.
Stand Suggestions MUST be for
room 238 in the Administration of SKILL only I No longer will personnel of this
Building. These are to be col-
lected in two groups._ Requests I The Jacksonville- Little production of "Mister Roberta", There is no limit to the number i.station be wandering around With

for the first leave period: shouldbe smash Broadway hit depleting life on a Navy AK in_the South Pacific 'a dazed expression on their faces.
in not later than the close of during World War II, will be shown two nights In the NATTC auditorium Weather'Reporf The new Indoctrination and Orientation "

working hours Friday, Dec. 4. starting at 2000 Nov.. 30 and,Dec. 1. I Friday Partly cloudy and Unit, which has Just con-

Those for the second period' shouldbe During its sell-out run on' the tpproval of Capt.! Burnham C. warm, south to southeast'winds. vened, has solved the problem witha

submitted"be'tore the close of Broadway, "Mister Roberta" was McCaffree, commanding officer, Saturday-Cloudy with chanceof series ot lectures given by the

working hours Friday, Dec. 18. praised by New York critics as offered the aid and support of theNavy showers, moderate southerly various departments and activities
.* S S on the base along with a two hour
to Director Paul Geiscnhof. winds.
the "finest of war plays" and
All personnel. will muster Mon As / the guided tour of the station for per
a productionwill
"an consequence Sunday-Cloudy with showers
unequalled comedy. Appear ,
day through Friday at the beginning be as authentic in details as sonnel reporting for a normal tour.
of regular working hours ing in the "almost" all male cast, cooler, winds shifting from southto of shore duty.Personnel .
(Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 3)) north.GETTING .
,.: with the exception of Dec. 25 and which stars Hobson Blackmon as ------ romlnf- nhnai-i_u______ _far__ t-Tna_n_'
Jan. 1. Consistent' with maintaining Lt. Roberts, are six Navy men 'first time will report to their respective -
proper security and carryingon from the Jacksonville area. divisions: just as they
all normal routine station func- Bob Green, I H3, of NAS Cecil e k" '' M always; have and then will be reassigned ,

(Please Turn to Pace 9, Col. 5)) Field, plays the part of Ensign "to the I&O; Unit for .
Pulver which was originally cre- one week.
ated by David Wayne. Green has *
Air News To played romantic' leads In ""The Personnel attend the school for '
Happy Time" and "Laura" since five consecutive working days,

Be Day Early coming to Jacksonville. I following a schedule that enabled _
1 them to start on any day' of the
Next WeekNext JERRY IIJKKT, AN, journalistin week and finish up five days later
the Public Information Office, and still get the complete course.

week, the, Jax Air( Fleet Air Jacksonville, takes the a. The Unit consists of lectures .

News will make its appearance role of Manion, an enlisted member given by the Discipline Office. In-

on Wednesday, one d yearly of the crew. IIJert was-major- formation and Education Office, .
due to Thanksgiving fng in dramatics at the University, NAS Safety Engineer, Communi
holiday on Thursday. of Washington in Seattle and has cations Office, Supply Department,

Moving the distribution date professional- experience In summer Chaplains Office, Hurricane Of-
stock before he was called fice, Medical
Department, Legal "
up ,to Wednesday means that
unit Service Information officers Into the Navy. .* Office, Special Services, and Sta
and other contributorsmust Kenneth Wells, SN, also of 'the tion Security Departments.These .

have their copy in the Fleet; Don Anderson, SN, Atlan- lectures are Interspersedby
Jax, Air News offices by at tic Reserve Fleet, NS Green Cove* enlightening films pertainingto
least 0800 Monday, and earlier Springs; and. Sy Fader, UN, and the particular units, which are
If possible. Efforts should'be Joe Vullo, HN of the Naval Hospital shown by the Units' Wave pro

made to have all pictures in by are cast as sailors. jectionist, Dixie LeFllls, SN. '
1600 Friday. S S ACQUAINTED-Entering the Disbursing Office, S 5S
part of the recently established tour of the station for new per-
The staff requests coopera WHEN IT WAS first learned sonnel, are students from last week's class of the Indoctrination At present the Unit Is under
tion from all hands in meeting that the Little Theatre was going and Orientation Unit. Clockwise, left to right, are Bobby C. Arnold the auspices of the Information &
. these new special deadlines for to produce "Mister Roberts," AN; Clarence L. Crow ADAN; James N. Barker, EN3; Clifford Education Office and conducted by
Lcdr. J. Zane service information J. Cramers, I ENFA; Willie R. Wilkes EN3; Raymond C. Oliver Walter
. next week's issue., Curtis AN H..Joyce, AMC, and Paul
James Frasler SD3
; ; George A. Jernlgan, AM; and Paul
R officer, NAS Jar, with E. Barlow, Instructs and guide. (Please Turn to Page I, Col. s)

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Two 19 November 1953

''i.J K:fW tol4lfsi ; Mammoth Telethon mammoth 15-hour SlatedA 15 Hour tele- 3,11I

thon for the Cerebral Palsy I T1 .JJ

i TuklUhed fiery Thursday for Navy and Marine activities at Naval Airtation Drive will be seen over -
$ Jaduonxllfe. 1"1.. ,
WMBR-TV Channel Four be-
f\ NAS. Jaekse.ti1Ls ,
Dipt. Burnham C. McCaffre .. ........................'...Commanding Officer ginning at 1000 Saturday
Comdr. John D. Blltch................. ......... ................?.............?_...??.....l&tcullve Ofttcer t t
Nov. 21.
t Fleet Air "M.'IlI.I
Rear Adm. Osborne B. lUrdlfcn ,,...............................Commander The star-studded
Capt. Howard V. llopklni u....... .............................Chief of Stall program) r
Fleet Air Wllr EI.na! will originate from the audi- k
Tapt. Theodore' Dahl .................._,?......................__, .___...?......... Commander the .
Coimlr, Funk D. lie)'er ......... ......?....................?....:._._._._.....Chlet Stall Officer torium of George.Wash- .y ifs ,
Nival Air Tecknlral. Tralalag Cuter ington Hotel in Jacksonville. f ttop AC >
Capt. David McCampbellComdr. .Commanding OfficerS ,
.. Richard S. L ...............................? Executht OUictrNaral > M -

( pt. Edward S. Lowe ?. .....,..?,..,.. ,, HttplUlr """_ .... -.?,,.rflimtiamnng Officer. 1
Capt. L. A. feLon .,.....V"V"--V-MV--------NAT_.. Executive Officer Mister Roberts J tic .

Capt. John L. Counlhan.._ ..., ..._ -----.Commanding Officer '
Conxlr. Anthony Iruaao ........w...... ..?........................ExecullOlflcer (Continued from Page 1))

Th* JAX AIR NEWS U published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station. Navy "regs" themselves.
Jacksonville. 101'lda, and punted commercially with non-approprtaUd fund Heavy properties such as 'machine 1 ,.
et no expense to the government compliance I with NAVEXOS P-35. Rev
u Nov. IStt. Copies arc I dafr"o of. charge at the Natal Air Stations j the guns, cargo nets, ladders and
Naval Air Technical Training Center., Natal; Air Rrsent Training Unit, Na>ai several truckloads of* '
Air Station Cecil Field and the U. S. Naval HospitaL ahip s furnishings Itei:

F.cUtor-Ancrew n. Planer have been provided bv.. .....
'Acting F.dllor-Ul'l.n liar'per; Sports F.llilor-Jo" Chanat,, ANT Staff i Sub Croups TWO and THREE; -------- --
ICd Hendenton. Gordon Robbie, SN Circulation DUtilbullonM.IKC
Rppoitrnt: PNSNj; ; GOES USN-Lt. (J jg) Robert
Fusco. JOJs Vivian Knox. SN. NS Green Cove Springs. Hospital
P. Barlik left at the
the JAX AIR NEWS U a'member of the Armed Forces Trttt Sen'lev. Reserve
API'S material appearing 1 In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe supplies and equipment\ foot lock. Naval Air Technical Training Chaplain
written permission: of Armed Forces Press Sen ice. Rf publication of othermatter era, binoculars and similar! sup- Center, is sworn Into the ralar'NaYJ' -
except by settles publications, la prohibited without permission of David Me-
by Capt.
Idlt.r: JA'X AIR NEWS. pUes were made available by detriments Gets CommissionIn
Kdllorlkl:: offlcea located Building MO (topside). Phone extensions 8194nd Campbell, NATTCenter commanding -
of NATTC and NAS
318. : officer Chaplain Bar
Jax, lik has been a Reservist since
e e Feb. 1951, and served with the Regular Navy
Marines in Korea before corning -
>as been given during rehearsals Lt. (jg) Robert F. Barlik of the

y .k. by Lt. (Jg) James Acton, NAS Chaplains Division at the Naval

Jax who has kept such matters Air! Technical Training Center,

straight; as to proper uniform for was sworn into the Regular Navy'

liberty on the Islands and bow last week by Captain David Mc-

the Navy deals with an Army MP. Campbell, Commanding Officer of t

Tickets will be sold at 60 cents NATTCenttr,
each, and may be purchased by Chaplain Barlik now serving: the
Sunday, Mass-0800, 0900, 1000-
'O\ )\ civilian employees of the Navy as St. Edward's Chapel. Marines with offices in building

',,\, well as military personnel. Arrangements Saturday 0800. 502; first entered the Naval Serve

"' for the double showIng = ice as a Reservist in February,
,Daily- 630. '
':!fi; were made by Lcdr. Richard 1951, .
., Sunday, 0630-Mass at Hospital:
""';;\ '" Donohue, special services officer, Chapel. During the Korean Campaign he

NAS Sax and Lcdr. Zane, who was with the First Marine Division

( reveals that tickets may be procured MORMON1930Wednesday in action at Bunk r Hill and

from all public' and service NATTCChaplain's Vegas on. the Western Front. lie
information offices, the Jax Air Office.CHRISTIAN .
also served with the Marine Field

i-J'--; News' office, the CPO and Officer SCIENCE.. Hospital, at Easy Med and with

::; -, .. .. Clubs and the Mainside library 1900-Tuesday- ATTC- Chaplain's the Korean Marine Corps along
So popular locally' is the performance Office. the perimeter on the Imjin River
DEPARTING GiFt-Any queries and references concerning expected to be that .PROTESTANT0930All to Korangpo and including the
NAS Jar from the period August 1951 to Nov. 1953 will pose no Saints' Chapel.
NATTC made the auditorium
problem in the future for Comdr. James II. Armstrong, former PanMunJom area.
executive officer, who departed last week. A bound volume of available for two nights Insteadof 1100-All Saints' Chapel Chaplain 13aili'k, attended St.

the Jar Air News encompassing his entire tour,of-duty at NAS the single night first,suggested. 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel.ITS St. Mary's Seminary in Baltimore
Jax, was presented to the departing executive as a token of appreciation ,- -
front the staff of the lax Air News. John Charvat, prior to joining the Navy. Hill
sports editor (left, presents the book to Comdr. Armstrong on. home Is Duryea Penna.
behalf of the Jax Air News staff He came to the Training Center

V4 in'March, 1953.

USAFI Courses Help PersonnelTo

Get High School Diplomas

Education merely 1 recommends -
that little 'sentence on that credit be granted,.
ad but the final decision i i remains Thrusday Nov. 19
the end of a want ever Half Angel..Loretta
with the individual Young
keep' you from obtaining a
much needed job? Let's faceit. high school concerned. Friday Nor. 20
Although it is much betterto Neanderthal Man.?.?Robert Shane
In this day and age you -
can't even think of competing } get a regular high' school Saturday Nov. 21 .

for most," jobs in the job diploma, a high school equiv- Arena.,....._..............??_..Gig Young

market unless'you are at leasta alency certificate (from the NA1TCENTEB:

high school graduate. State Department of Educa Thursday N.OV. Jt

United States Armed Forces. tion in most cases), may, be Off Limits......................Bob Hop

Institute may' help you. obtained upon successful $ Friday Nov. 20

Policies' of State Departments completion of the high school I' i Half Angel ......,.......Loretta Young
of Education on issu- level Tests of General Educational ; Saturday Nov. 21

ing high school diplomas to Development and upon Neanderthal Maa?...Robert Shane

service personnel vary from meeting certain other require- __ nuumm --- NAVAL HOSPITALThursdayNsv.
state to state. However, a ments.
C CAPTAIN NOW-Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree (left), If
large majority of the State I I NAS commanding officer, pins the silver eagles on Capt. Richard Escape From Fort
Departments of E due a- MOST STATES require you L. Mann, public works officer, recently promoted to his new rank.
Bravo_.__........ William HoldeR
tion recommend that high to be a bona fide resident in Capt. Mann arrived fat April, 1951, Just In time to take over the
schools give credit toward a order to obtain a certificate Job of completing the carrier basin at Mayport, the expansionof Friday N'e'. 20
; from that state. Many of the NAS Cecil Field and numerous additions to the Naval Air Sta Off Limits.._.............._..Bob Hope
regular high school diplomafor tion. He is presently supervising a seven million dollar addition
successful completion of states stipulate a minimum to the Overhaul and Repair department for which the first Saturday Nov 21

USAFI courses, USAFI sub- age which usually fs around--- ----- ground is already broken. Half Angel.?_._._?Loretta Young

ject examinations, s e'r vi i'c e twenty.. However, a few of;

school recruit training training., and Amount basic or of the states waive if the the applican age requirement 'I :All Hands' Urged To Conserve Utilities On Station \ I IIn

has been in service since th5
credit given is usually based start of the Korean conflict. order to help cut down lose control of lights in all Public Works Department as
of the
on recommendations fee is on the allotment "A" funds spaces, restricted use of ventilating soon. as possible and that steam '
states re
In a
American Council on Education available for the operation and fans and air '
conditioning in any form, should not be
quired. All states .that recognize -
eCREDIT .. GED tests stipulate maintenance of the station, units turning off all water fixtures misused nor left running when
which must Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree, tightly, and limited use of not actually In. use.
minimum scores
IS usually gh.enfor commanding officer of NAS, water for irrigation during the A Utilities Conservation Inspector .
be attained on the tests.
high school courses" offered has requested that all departments rainy seasons. In addition, wa- has been assigned to
through USAFI by cooperating For information concerningthe exercise rigid"control of ter economy should be used in the Public Works Departmentand

colleges and universities specific requirements of the use of all utilities.: the washing of vehicles aircraft all discrepancies noted by

; the credit to be given your State Department of Education A few measures pointed out and for Industrial processes him should be complied with.

upon transfer :from the for granting diplomas in NAS Jax Instruction 11370.1 Repeated flagrant violationsmay

school offering the course It ,to service personnel see you that will help in this Utilities It is further quested that result in appropriate disciplinary

JYlu:.....be understood, however, Information and Education Conservation Program are the steam leaks be reported to action.

that the State Department, 1 off Officer. It I .. t. I ..t' t. t. ," .r} !t : 1 "



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19 November 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three ,

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'':'''';0'' v Pilots Wanted

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men have you flown a
News comes of Helen Nabbcn
The asylum psychiatrist was N Corsair Your father and grand who was transferred to( ,Bain

questioning: an inmate who had 1 father have! Perpetuate that fine bridge for Radioman School. Nab-

the delusion he was royalty old family tradition.As by reports we never had It so

"I'm sure I'm a king," he said. a member of that fine old good. '
'Cod told fraternity of Corsair pilots you can
so. Keeping one eye on the calendar
Whereupon an angry growl Interrupted .point to your wings' of gold (In- and counting the days appears

from the next; room: 'I Averted gull) with great pride and to be the favorite pastime of Pat
told of the say, "I fly the U-Blrd!"
you nothing Wilson, librarian at MalnsiOe and
Vivian Knox member of the Jax
The drunk leaned over the bar In this famed squadron of 13 Air News staff,who are awaiting

and motioned the bartender to .r 'Hose Nose' pilots you will hear discharges as a Thanksgiving'gift

come close. "Did you know that tales of romance and adventure- from the Nav)'.

every year the female crocodile y ," tales of luxurious cruises to the Pat and Vivian will not
\ go
Jays nine hundred and eight-fie ". .,' ::;,i.J-: ":,,",.,..;',<. .,... ..... ', exotic ports of Rio de Janeiro and through Separation alone as

eggs?" .. lOR",><, r '", '". '..."_'" _"..... -....--...........- -_. Santos. Bratll, and Halifax, Nova Fran Blaker, Chief Master at
the bartender Scotia. Hear these infamous pilots
so? replied
TAKES OVER REINS-Lcdr. Arms Malnside, and Marge Fus-
Center Receives O. S. Braddock, Jr.;, (left) took relate their stories of delightful co, also a member of the.- Jax Air
"An' what's more," continuedthe aver duties this week as training cruises throughout the beautiful News staff io vacate
drunk, "every year the male officer for Airman Preparatory Caribbean to Panama and Haiti,
Lcdr. BraddockAs Barracks 723. Included In .this
School from Lcdr. Robert
crocodile comes along and eats and of unforgettable nights in
Watgqu, (right) who has group :will be Virginia Baranow- .
nine hundred. and seventy-two of held the post. since Feb. 1953 Calmanera and Guantanamo City,
ski. Best wishes in the role of .
those eggs." ANP( ) Head Lcdr Braddock has been assistant Cuba.Opportunity. civilian. Violet Carln and Helen .
training officer at AND is !
: The drunk looked up with expectant knocking
eyes, but the bartenderwas Lcdr. O. S. Braddock, Jr., this ( School. Fame, romance and adventureare week.Foster were discharged' last

bored. "So what?" he said. week assumed new duties as training waiting for you!
l officer of Airman Schneider NamedPOoftheWeek (:race MontJ, staff member
The runk hammered on the bar Fly with the aristocrats of the
In rage. "So what!" he shouted School at the Naval Air Technical Atlantic skies-be. a VF-lOt Cor- of NAS 1"10. took the final

'So what! If It weren't for that Training Center, relieving' Lcdr. sair man! v sep| into married life rrrMitly
you'd'be up to your neck In Robert Watson, who has been assigned 1 and \\'welcomed bark ''lat

crocodiles!" to Aviation Ground Of Application for membership are week from two weeks leave.
At NATTCenterThis
ficer's School being considered. As a special Saturday Nov. 7, was the wed

Little Willie hung his sister; Lcdr. Braddock: a native of ( b the seventh In a 'e- award the first three successful ding date of Lois Jack,, tI'l1. .
She'wu dead before we missed Jacksonville, has been 'assistant riet applicants will have their' pictures Congratulations are also in order
training officer at ANP( ) School. of petty.olficerol.'he.wukarticle. taken in an esteemed F4U-all. for Jonl Reid)' who announcedher
her.Willie's at the, Naval Air Technical -
always up to tricks. He reported here from the Staff ( Center Address all applications to: engagement to Lucky Lut.
Ain't he cute? lie's only six of ComFair Hawaii in April, Training Fighter Squadron 104,, Care of trcll. Fay Haefele and Pfc. Johnnie
Robert J, Schneider, YN3, of
1953. Fleet P. O., New York N. Y. Chailton were married In
During the depression, one great lie received his Navy Wings at the Security Office, has been onboard Only a limited number of applications Kingsland, Ga. on Nov. 7th.

slugger was asked to take a sal Corpus Christ I, Texas, .in May, since the Naval Air Tech can be accepted. Get Barracks 722 and 723 send

ary cut but he insisted on his 1913. During World War II he nical Training Center was recont- yours in the mall today} "get well" wishes' to Glnny MeBreaity -

usual eighty thousand dollars. "In was attached to VPB-109 and saw missioned. In January, 1951. Midge Weddington
I action in the Philippines, Iwo '.::(: < :',.. .'. .'. lie Joined the Marie
these times? the
owner com- Marciante
are convalescing
I 't' .. : Civilian
Jima and Okinawa. ::'. ; : Navy in November QpeniltgsAvailable
plained. "Why that's more money i 1 .>' \/' in the Naval Hospital.
1950, after
After having graduated from <
than Herbert Hoover got last year .,. ''':- Ruby Smith, manager of the
i : :: .. the outbreak of
for being President." v Landon High School in Jackson- ; i : Inside Jax Navy Waves Volleyball
vine he attended the jbe Korean War 1
Universityof ; ;
The slugger was unmoved "I I team reports winning 2 against
Florida. a and took his boot
had a better year than Hoover." I t. Continental US 3 losses The team Journeyed to
J training at Great St.
Petersburg last weekend
f-t. (Lakes. Since 1 to
Fleet Reserve ., (coming on board Two hundred and twelve positions play tournament.In the State Volleyball

here he has are now available the Civil
Schneider Service Commission has 4s.
Blood BankEstablished
served with the Personnel, Discipline
The most called for (GS- St. Edwards
AGO and Security Offices.
ratings) include engineers (mechanical -
Schneider is known
widely for
NOTE! his work as an official on the electrical electronics
marine, general, architectural) Sodality Gets
Another step in the progress of Center's intramural sports program ,
Branch 126, Fleet Reserve Asso draftsmen supply clerks refrigeration

ficers'Plans club for the Chief Petty Of ciation was marked this month by His wife, Phyllis Ann, residesin and air-conditioning mechanics New OfficersThe
underprivileged the establishment of a Fleet Re- Jacksonville with him. Both planners and estimators,
children's Christmas party got serve Blood Bank. attended school at Herscher 111. Naval architects, tool and dyers, third annual installationof
underway last Monday at the This move, based on two of the 4 and many more.Locations our Lady's of Sodality of St.
regular Board of Governors basic tenets of the FRA, ."Protec Chief Harrison Leaves of all positions are Edward's Chapel at Naval Air:

meeting with an appeal for financial tion" and "Service", is designedto inside the continental limits of Station was held on Tuesday evening -

support from membersand provide a constant source of Center After Long Duty the United States, and includes Nov 17.

friends of the club. supply of blood when needed by Milton Harrison AEC who habeen such desirab e.sites as Key West Officers installed were as fol-

President V. M Scott referring members or dependents throughthe attached to the Naval Air( Fla.; Macon and Albany Georgia lows: Margaret Owens Prefect;

to parties of this type in the past Jacksonville Blood Bank Technical Training Center for ; Charleston and Parris Island Mary Ryan Vice-Prefect; Millie

pointed out that a minimum of Branch President Roy: H. Suber- the past 30 months. -was detachedlast South Carolina; Pascagoula and Mueller, Secretary; and Kay

$500 would be required to put the ly AEC is anxious to build up week. Gulf port, Mississippi; Bremerton, Chalus Treasurer Committee

affair over in true CPO Club the needed supply as quickly as During his tour of duty here Keyport, Seattle, and Whidbey Chairladies were also appointed.

style possible and is calling; on all members he was Leading Chief at Aviation Island Washington; Adak and Eucharistic Chairlady, Mrs. .

The tremendous amount of de- to donate to the bank.It Electrician Mate's School, with Kodiak Alaska; Guam; and Kay Chalus, promises to continueher

tails surrounding the affair Is requested, however, that Administration there and more Guantanamo Bay. splendid work on the care of ,

prompted the President to put donors do not contact the Jacksonville recently with the Discipline Of- If interested, individuals con altar linens and vestments

out an SOS for assistance from( Blood Bank directly but Ace cerned should submit standard Our Lady's Committee Is now

chiefs' wives. ire said that any contact Chief Suberly at exten- He has been assigned to VS-32 Form 57, properly completed too under the direction of Mrs. Mary-

wives with available time and sion 8541 or at 88-7931 and convenient at Quonset Pt., R. I. Prior t the Industrial Relations Officer anne Broof. Mrs. Stella Modusky

willing to .aid in the preparationand arrangements will be coming here he was with VC-6 of the activity in which the vacancy has been appointed as Social

serving of the traditional made. at Patuxent River, Md. is located. Chairlady for the year and.planj:

Christmas diinner are. urged to for the installation were__ under_u___

contact In connection him as soon with the as possible.affair, a I NATTC Honor Awards Go To Bnhlert,. Coll, Smith II I lady her supervision for the year Publicity is Mrs.Chair-June

special bingo is slated to be held

tomorrow night with proceeds Marine students won top honors uated.,from Ei Dorado County native of Pompton, N. J., and a Apostolic Committee now

going to the fund. Other fundraising in three of the graduating High School lie has been assigned graduate of the high school there headed by Mrs. Stella Mbdusky

plans will be put Into op classes at the technical schools .at to AT School, -NATTC ColL enlisted in the Marines. last announces that Sunday School

eration as soon as. details are the Naval Air Technical Training March. classes have now increased to
worked out. Center last week. Memphis. -- I PfcRalpho. three for the coming year.
J. L. Stolt, AOC, of 'FAW-1I ?t,,. :. .-,'''','*. Heading r' J honorman AO School .5 5 5 Smith finished Affiliations Committee, under

was named to the post of manager (largest class was Pfc. Vincent was S. first In AK the able direction of Mrs. ,Mary

recently vacated by the popular Pfc. Robert J. 'Coil with School's class of Ryan urged participation of all
"Pete" Peterson who is .'Buhlert, who led 17 with a 79.27. Sodalists in the annual Day of:

headed for duty in Iceland.It ,, y 131 graduates inA.NP 88.25 average In ,, '.c Honorman Smith Recollection sponsored by NCCW: .
a of 15 Marines '
was also announced that a ; : ) School' I is now beingtransferred to be held at St. Paul's Church.
and 15 NaVYpersonnelY t
General Assembly meeting will 'i 'with ; 9141. 4: S Mrs. Betty Naslanska as'Catholic

be held Monday, November 30th. Buhlert, who en- t. to the Air FMF- Truth Committee represen
After S
A revision of the House Rules listed in the Marl I completing Pac at El Toro, tative expects to suggest several

and Policies which are In the 4 I nes in April, Coli Ordnance School,, Smith Calif. He also Interesting and educational:book*
'Buhlert 1953, comes from CoH received duty at the' Marine enlisted last March and is
making should show a good A native for our reading during the bus/
turnout for this meeting. Placerville Calif., where he grad- Corps School, Quantico Va. A of Caldwell Idaho months ahead.

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f. w ,' :'::/ :fr { (f..;. '; \/ 'Daddies For A Day' :

, VF-14 Entertains Italian Orphans } ,. .

.):i & Aboard Ship During Napoli Visit : :,;

J Officers and crew members of Fighter Squadron 14, currently, '

) aboard the USS P. D. Roosevelt, recently acted the part of "Daddies. '

.Ii for a Day" to 55 appreciative Italian orphans while ,the', cartier.wu, '. '
J visiting Naples, Italy. .

Upon arrival at the ship, one
heartfelt thanks by bursting forthwith
of the young girls acting as more cheers and spontaneous *

spokesman for the group, greeted pplause. S

Lcdr. Vernon E. Binion, skipperof Given CIothlng-. an ly ,

VF-14, with a prepared speechin ,The orphans were escorted back
English to show their appreciation to the orphana'ge by 12 crew*

%> { .$ for the invitation. members from VF-14, where they
w n
Tour Carrier I were treated to a tour of the home.
After a tour of the carrier which
d escorted J>y the orphans. 'Vhile.
d a d as4 Included rides on the aircraft elevators ,
here clothing and candy were'pre--
Visits to the gun mountsand .
sented to the children in behalf
look around
,. Qct a "topside", they
were treated to ice cream, cake of "all hands0'of the "Tophatter"Squadron.

FETE ITALIANS-Fifty-five Kalian orphans from the Orfanolroflo Maria S. S. Immacolata and cookies. .
Orphanage in Naples, Italy are shown on the flight deck of the USS Franklin D. Roosevelt with Color movie cartoons were nexton Members of VF-14 agreed that'
t members of VF-14 their "Daddies for during all tour of the giant flattop
crew a Day" an day the agenda and the vis- the time, effort: and spentIn
while it was anchored in waters adjacent to the Italian city The children also received candy and young money ,

clothing, which the crew members had been accumulating for some months. itors show d their approval andI' preparation,_..__._.. for.....this'party_.. un _were__
well mveuieu.:: were more

Fasron Six. VC-62 VF-174 Fasion 109 than rewarded by the, sheer joy
and happiness expressed on the .
beaming faces of these children.

I' ( Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons preparations The squadron for began this 'party making as., _

early as last spring. Children's.
FASltOX SIX clothing and toys were collected
1952 and currently holds the title Fasron Six drop 2 of 3 to Cesery- Jax Navy. ,
Samuel J. SN Fas- over ,this, period and the
Milllgan, a of Receipt ''Yeoman.Wilbur Liddell at the Springfield alleys. necessaryunds
two months provided by the "Tophat-
ronite for the past ,
V. Duncan, ADAN, and "Cesery" and Plg'n'Whlstle now VC-62
has been selected "White Hat of wife Bertha are proud to announce share the number two spot, just Like so many other attack air- ters"aerial

the Week" for his outstanding the arrival of Timothy Michael, three,games out of first. Settingthe craft carriers of the Navy, the : display of acrobatics featuring -

performance in the Administrative born Nov. 5, at the Naval HospitaL pace for the home five was"Vic" Eighty Midway will carry a detachment rolls and Immelman turns ,
Dlv. Timothy weighed in at 6 of- 'va 62 when' she were performed- by Ensign Randy:
who rolled 540
A native, of Greenville, Tenn., Ibs.. 9% ors., and is the Duncan's Ciepllnski a leaves for Gitmo late this month. Lynn at Miami, International Air
Milligan graduated from* Greenville first child. set and top single of 193. Don After a shakedown, the Midwaywill port last week during Miami's .

High with the class of "48", Action in the Major Bowling LaMay' 521 total was second leave on an extended cruise observance of the Fiftieth Anniversary *

and in the fall of that year, en- Loop Monday saw first position high. Next week the locals meet In early January. of Powered Flight.

tered the University of Virginia. ". .'. ....h, .. .. Lcdr. Lee M. Blodget will be Following an excellent aerial
After completing three years of r-4. ; : '.rf.w : O-in-C for the Midway detach- show, Ensign Lynn landed and his ...

college, he was stricken with ;; W! f1 ment. Heading' the crew will be T9F-6 Cougar was placed on static -
pneumonia and forced to drop C
school. lie Immediately enteredthe : i Philip Murphy, ADC. display along with other Navy '"
The first nine men from the aircraft.
Navy Reserves and was calledto I
Maintenance Department have Also
present to explain the
active duty Nov. 10, 1952. I
completed the Cougar Maintenance beautiful> Cougar was William D.
Milligan received his Initial In- 4 61n3v School at Cecil Field. JoslaL. 'Thompson, AD3, Television sta- ,
doctrination at U.S.N.T.C., Bainbridge Ankeny, ADC, led the class ion WTVJ featured Thompson on
Md., after which he re- with a cool 98. a Sunday afternoon broadcast.
ported to the USS Lioba (AF-36))
Several pilots are now being Two VF-174 "Hell Razor"
based at Norfolk, Va. In September -
checked out on the Cougar at Cecil members are being transferredand
of this year, he was trans
Field ground school classes.
one new member has reported -
ferred to Fasron Six and has
worked in the Administration Office At our first "Blues" inspection aboard. Stanley M. Card, PH3,
ever since. .1's." ofthe season, first awards of the has received orders to report to
Good Conduct Medal were presented CNABTRA at Pensacola James
For relaxation he enjoys noth-
ing better than a game of golf to five men by Comdr. Noel D. Koontz, AT3, will report to
book. Sxa It. Bacon, commanding officer. CNA-ATRA, Corpus Christi, Texas ,
or reading a good ,
Donald H. LaMay, YNSN, and Receiving the awards were Don- for his new assignment.

Miss Marianne Hughes of Ft. Lau- Y ald A. Johnson, PH3; Rolfe D. Welcome aboard to Marion E.
,. .. .. ,. Bradbury, PH2 William G. Arras
derdale, Fla. exchanged weddingvows ------" -- ; Mahnken, AM2, who reported
Saturday, Oct. 31 at the St. INTERNATIONAL GAME-Captains of the Spanish and ; PH3; Donald B. Summer, aboard last "week from the Class
Anthony's Church of 'Ft. Lauder- American soccer teams that played to a tie recently at San Jus- AE3;, and Glenn R McIIeffey, 'B" Aviation Metalsmith. School.
to De Severn, Spain, hold bouquets of flowers presented them by AT2.
dale. The couple spent their honeymoon M a h kin Is a veteran of six
local citizens during aftergame ceremonies. Lt. (Or) Thomas M.
; touring Southern and Cen- Kastner, of VF-101 (extreme right), accepts the bouquet on be- The "Swlngln doors" of the months Korean service. He wa
tral Florida, prior to returning to half of his soccer-playing shipmates from the USS Franklin D. Personnel office have kept up their (Please Turn to Page 5, Col. 5)
Jax last week. Don has been attached Roosevelt. usual activity lately. ReportingIn
to Fasron Six since May, from NAS Jax were Patrick J.

Spanish Match 'Diplomats'Of Duffy, AT2; Gilbert R. High- ?:
Ship's Landing Mark tower, AT2; and Richard S. Kent, 5

Sot Bv VA-105 Pilot' FDR In Goodwill Soccer GameThe AE2.From Invokern.., Calif..,., c_ _.nee
---- 4
The distinction of making two U. S. Navy's. policy for Otha A. Clark, PHAN, and Gor-
anniversary landings on twp promoting international good-will Inch of space along the sidelinesto don R. Snook, PHAN. Barry Har-
separate carriers in one year has received another boost recently witness the battle between rison, ATAN, reported from NAT- b y,n

been garnered by Lt. .William M. when the aircraft carrier FranklinD. their favorites and the Navy's"diplomats" TC Memphis and Edward P. Rze- .

Lewallen of Attack Squadron 105.: Roosevelt, attached to the sa, PHAN, from NATTU Pensa-
Lt. Lewallen recently made the famed Sixth Fleet in the. Medi- Cheering spectators were somewhat cola. James DeBose, SD2, came
2,000th landing aboard the USS terranean, visited San Justo De bewildered when, at the very in from RecSta Brooklyn, and

Randolph. In December of,1952 he Severn, Spain. outset, the American novices Robert G. Heine, PHAN, from Ce-
recorded the 31OOOthlanding And here's 'the reason traded the highly-touted Spaniards cil Field. AyVRor

aboard the USS Tarawa while After learning that soccer is to 1 goal for goal. f Departing were Wayne L.

the carrier was operating In wa- Spaniards as baseball Is to Ameri- \ Smith, ADI, to Hutchinson, Kan.,
ters adjacent to Guantanamo Bay, cans, their national pastime, car The struggle ended with the and Homer G. Bud to All Weather -
Cuba. rier crewmembers hastily formeda score tied and the hundreds ot Flight, Corpus Christi. Don-

Comdr. Raymond P. Kline, Commander soccer squad before enteringthat enthusiastic cheers demonstratedthat ald S. Anderson left for NABTC
Air Group 10, rewardedthe small Spanish port. although the Navy men hadn't Pensacola.
Fleet Air Jacksonville pilot 1 gained a victory on the field Liberated to civilian life was

with a traditional 30 pound cake The announcement that arrangements they'd won something even more John Dubetsky, PH3, who left
for having made the 2,000th land-' had been made for a con important-the friendship of many' with no strings attached, and Ed-

ing on the Randolph since it was test between the local soccer eleven Spanish people. gar G. Eblen, ADE3, who was released -
recommissioned at Mayport on and the Navy's team of 'remodeled During after-game ceremonies, to inactive duty.
Sept.. 5, 1953. football players created the mayor of San Justo De Severn, Edward S. Gmuca, ADC, must P.'JI .
t Lt. Lewallen has been a member widespread Interest and enthusiasm on behalf of the local citizens, be thinking of making a career .
of VA-105: since May of 1952 among the surprised and presented a large gold rophy to out of Jt. He'll have 18 years in 'I REAL REALTOR-Brnnetitrhyllls
when the squadron was de-moth- happy citizens of San Justo De the soccer-playing sailors for their! When he finishes the six he just Winder carries a sign
balled. During this period has has Severn. excellent sportsmanship. Roosevelt signed up for In honor of the Da oa's real
operated from the carriers USS The stands were filled to capacity team captain Lt. (jg) Thomas..M. tors. The actress Is acting M
Tarawa, Valley Forge and Ran. the afternoon' of the gameand Kastner, of' VF-101, accepted .the _. VF-174' hostess of for Realtors the National during Association their .

.. tSoJph. soccer funs crowded into every award for Ms teammate Three high speed passes and i an convention In Los Angeles.



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} Ujtt,:A(1ii; ( 1111(ti1 'Jack of All Trades' AGO Student I i

y Given Editorial Billet At Key West ,

Among those who will be grad-
Ensign Levin enrolled ,at Washington
uated tomorrow from the Aviation
University in St. Louis,
Ground Officers' "School is
where he later received his degree
Levin who In
Ensign Myron A. ,
Political Science-Journ
as a
addition to his duties as Class
The success of the current art alism major. Throughout his college -.
Leader has served as an assistant
: exhibit at the NAS Library has Officer at career, Ensign Levin devoted
LrE Service Information
: 1 confirmed our opinion that the much of his time to'work in'
; the Naval Air Technical Training
growing: interest in this form of Center publications, including 'the position -

expression'reveals the latent artist from of special correspondent for
The 23-year-old officer
jp :][ : in many people. Whether your Interest Brocton, Mass., has had previous the St., Louis PostDispatch.At .
is that of the observer, the
rt 'service as an enlisted man In college he was managing
participant or the history'student. editor of the weekly football
both the. Army and the Navy, pro
,Anyone Can Paint! The title with his Initial duty dating backto gram magazine, sports editor of.

reads like a proud boast but! ,the 1944. when he served aboard a :the University's newspaper and ,

content is yery convincing. If you patrol, craft In the North Atlan-
hesitate l to start your first masterpiece old. 1
while 16
,tic only years : "
to with paints, we suggest the ," '.

-N'WTR: IN :§ion or' the Naval Air Mobile !author's "Anyone Can Draw! Its ,In 1917; after completion of a ":;"
Training Detachment's newly arrived AD 1.( tyrfe maintenance interesting and provocative tour of duty in the Regular Army, '

trainer is examined by Chief Warrant Officer Guy J.Parker (left), ;
efficer-1n-charge, and Harold R. Turner, chief aviation electronics Art School Prlf-Taught Re-

technician, as it is unloaded from one of the, Navy moving_vans. cently published, this volume embodies NAVY
Ground crews, civilian and military, are Invited to make applica
lion for the course, which will, Involve thorough Instruction on the latest" methods and EXCHANGE
repair of AD type aircraft fulfills the promise of the title artSY

with amazing detail. .
Course Open To All
Freehand Self
Drawing -Taught!
. How many times have you- seen

Mobile Training Unit Adds'AD' something you wished you could Get ready for the two new TV

sketch? A scene, a friend's ex- channels. See your Exchanges for

pression, a child's delightful con- ,
I the converters which are neces- r '>
centration, or a dozen:other things
sary to tune in on the new chan
Maintenance TrainerThe you'd like to "keep." This may nets

help to develop your wishful
The Exchanges are featuring -
thinking into a skill which could
first AD-1-4 maintenancetype items whichare
opportunity, to work on "AD's" make] a sketch pad a real Joy. many Imported .t
trainer to be utilized by the Weal fpr'gllts. Some of these
without leaving the classroom. Pleasure From Pictures: A short
Naval Air Mobile Training De history of distinctive periods in Imported ,items ere' French Cor-
tachment to train from
personnel day Perfumes, India Evening
Regular" Navy, reserve and civilian various countries. Discusses trends
Fleet Air Jacksonville units arrived Silver
Siamese Sterling
personnel may take advantageof and, profusely illustrated, offers ..
last week from Oceana Va.
Guatamalan and
Jewelry Spanish
this ,course of instruction by examples to give understandingand ,
Transported here in ,five Navy Character Dolls, Viennese Leather -
contacting Chief Warrant Officer appreciation of the masters. Ensign Levin
moving vans, the AD trainer, will Parker, at Bldg. 702, ext. 687. Art Through The Ages Revised Jewelry Boxes, Diaries and
t be used,for training ground crews Notebooks, Indian and German
Cecil Field personnel should con- edition brings an old favorite up- yearbook, and staff member of
in the maintenance, upkeep and tact Lt. Joe Kovacs, ext. 320. to-date. Covering all phases of the Ivory in items of Jewelry, Animals the college humor magazine. In
repair of AD type aircraft..The Madonnas and Mary and Joseph
arts it is
an excellent 'reference
1951, he was awarded first prizein
trainer takes the place of aircraftfor Personnel directly concerned with Child.
book, fine for preparation for ex sports writing by the Missouri
with the maintenance and
the of technical instruction up-
purposes amination in art, and written in The Exchanges/ prepared to Collegiate Newspaper Assclation. I'
keep of AD aircraft are urged to
and'applied practical an easy style to afford pleasureas handle] the shipping of fresh fruits, I
register for this course. Utiliza
work. '
well information marmalade and candles.
S tion of this new trainer by Inter- as An amateur short story writer,
Modern Art In Anvrioaj For For record fans, the Maimide Ensign Levin has been "jack
ested parties will determine the a
which could
Any problem conceivably
arise on AD type aircraftare duration of its stay here. those who are' intrigued by-and Exchange has a large selection of all trades. His occupationshave
those who are confused by-the! of Christmas carols and the latest"Pops" included such jobs road '
included within the various Classes are scheduled to con-

romplex sections of the completer vene' Monday, Nov. 23. The so-called modern technique and construction, laborer, carnival
forms. Beginning' Monday, Dec. 7, pel'sonnel
barker athletic Official
trainer unit. course will last for approximatelytwo Fuller
Making Water-Colour: You will be able to do their Brush Dealer .radio .
weeks and will be offered announcer
Chief Warrant Officer Guy J. this'toz'm
have tried
may long Christmas shopping during their
and cab driver. derived
over a tentative four month per- Experiences -
Parker, officer in charge of the and been
ago leisure
discouraged when time. That week the Navy from these jobs have beena
Naval Air Mobile Training Detachment your sky ,ran into your trees witha Exchanges at Malnslde, NATT- rich source of material from

expressed a great dealof iod.Valuable splash 'you never intended. We Center, and the Naval Hospital which he draws in his short story

confidence in the .trainer's potential Data believe, the suggestions in this will remain open until 2030 on writing.

to train personnel.Use book will overcome such problemsand Monday, Wednesday, and Friday *
The will be able utilize
of the AD type trainer start you toward success. nights.
to Be GainedIn LeVin's writing ability to the
makes the job of instruction less Written In The Stars: Albrecht During Christmas week, all Ex-
fullest in his billet
extent next
complicated due to its compactness Durer's romance provides the''changes will remain open until

and provides the student the New FilmsAll background for this historical 2030 Monday the 21st, Tuesdaythe since he has been assigned as
Editorial Officer with VX-1 basedat
novel which carries the excitementand 22nd, and Wednesday the 23rd, .
service personnel who drivein beauty of 16th century Nur- closing at 1200 on Thursday the Key West, Fla.
'Flying Ubangis'Establish .
the morning and evening traffic I emberg1. 24th. I
rushes will be Interested In
a I Scouting: The Squadrons
New new series of training films which
O (Continued from Page 4)
has been received at the Aviation

MarkEight Training:Film Library, Building with VF-74 aboard the Bonhomme
Squadron 168. Richard.
VF-12 pilots have set anew I Tips on proper passing, signals, v "+ Fwron 109 '
record within their squadron I turns, and lanes to be used while ,

for flight hours recorded and carrier ; driving in relatively heavy trafficare : Paul E. Copeland, AEAN, of ,
'It- the Fasron 109 Electronics
landings made during a three given In "Driving In the Cty", Division

year period. ; as well as treatment of approach was selected as the Fasron

109 ManoftheMonth.Before .
The "Flying Ubangis" amasseda ing and leaving one-way streets. r

total of'over 6000 hours in Banshee : "Driving on the Highway" shows entering the service

aircraft and made over 2000 correct driving procedures while Copeland attended Castle Heights

carrier landings.The on the open road, and a film en- Military Academy near Nash

VF-12 airmen are: Lt. John titled "Driving Under Adverse ville, Term., and was captain In

McConnell, Lt. (jg's) Jack Cran Conditl ns" treats driving through r his ROTC outfit. Interested in

ston, Clyde G. Alber, Gene Murray fog and snow, and Illustrates i Electrical Engineering, Copeland

,Charles Axell, Bill Gureck, proper recovery from skids. chose Georgia Tech for his college

Charles Knighten and Bob Rulis. For those who are mechanically training. He plans to returnto

Currently aboard the flat-top Inclined and Interested la % Georgia Tech for his degree

USS Franklin 'D. Roosevelt, the working on their own vehicles, 4 upon release in March 1954.

pilots have also operated from the films MA 1872 A, "Automo- J At Recruit Training Copelandwas

USS Oriskany, Coral Sea, Wasp, tive Trouble Shooting, and MA chosen as recruit CPO and

Leyte, and the Lake Champlain. 1672 C, "Motor llalntenance"give was also honor man of his com

All'eight pilots have,made,three valuable data designed to : : pany. He graduated' seventh out

cruises to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, help diagnosis of engine trouble h of a class of 250 from AN"P"

and three six months cruises to "*. : ""'''''- school in Norman, Okla.

the Mediterranean during their, ,Component parts and functionsof NARTU INSPECTED-Last weekend the Naval Air Reserve The young Fasron 109 lad then

three years of sea duty with the carburetor are presented in Training Unit received its Annual Logistics Inspection from a chose AE"A" school here In
s team of twenty officers assigned by the Chief of Naval Air Reserve -
VF-12. "Carburetion-Basic Principals", Training. This Inspection is the first of two which will/de Jacksonville where he finished

When the Fleet Air Jacksonville 1 I film number MA 5417. Overall termine NARTU Jax's standing in the Naval Air Reserve TrainIng second in his class. Since comingto

unit returns to the Jacksonville preventative maintenance is shownin Command. Shown above are the senior officers of the Inspect Fasron 109 in February '1953,

area next month, the eight "Uban "Care of the Car". ing team with the commanding officer and executive officer of Copeland has completed several
NARTU. Left to right: F, Patten, Supply Corps Inspector
e will For: information schedulingof ;
gis" depart for well earned'
a Comdr T. D. Harris Trains Inspector; Capt. John L. Counlhan correspondence courses and olio
tour of shore duty. these! films, phone 42S. and jComdr..,Anthony Trusso attended. P2Y-3 school. "



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Local Weightmen 'r.i; : ,: : t i.J;; ;: ;:: ; :.,.'7 .: ." .'1 Fliers Tackle
TIMEOUT: :; / 't f" .." .,. .'d .. t.
Given Nod In '.<'.,.:". .//::: i : :.': : ) ':<,:. .

., ... .'. ., Pensacola InGrid
< :
Lakeshore Meet '. :

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,: .. Finale
Scoring a surprising upset over \

the Lakeshore, Barbell Club,, the .. ,
By John Charvat Jax Navy-Marine Weightllfters ",' The curtain comes down on

Monday night turned in a 4-2 vIc- another Jax Navy varsity;,

Close observers of Jax Navy tory in a six event dual tourna- gridiron season this weekend:

basketball concur la the belief ment at the NATTCentcr Auditorium when the locals play host to

the Pensacola Goshawks on
that the current edition of the
At the same time mat fans got Varsity Field at 1130 in a

Fliers. la a lale-January ball club. their first .glimpse of Coach Ron continuance of a long: and

By no means do we infer that Tournqulst's. 19 3wrestU.n. : heated rivalry that goes backto

i the locals will be winless until squad when he trotted out his JaxNavyMarine 1945.

torso-twisters who When the Fliers line against
the half way point In a 36 game up
in the West Florida powerhouse, all
schedule 1* reached. < performed an intersquadmatch.
r the days of practice and all the _
With the caliber of materialon 1
In the weightlifting event Bill previous games of the year will

hand, Coach Frank McCaf Nolan, 123 pounds, Leland Ho- be put to a test.

frey can mould another fine brecht, 122 pounds, Dick Gloss- Tenth Game of Series

unit, equal to that which won mer, 148 pounds and Delwyn ------------ The Pensacola eleven, having
Kesslck' heavyweight, of Jax Na- PIGSKIN PULCHRITUDE possible solution to the absence defeated several outstanding service -
tt and lout eight last season. of extra points by Jax: Navy in Its football hostilities with
It will take time and experience, vy turned in victories. Pensacola may have been solved by curvacious Chris Olsvewskl. clubs, including Keesler Field,
.Each lifter participated in the She's shown above "limbering; up, as End Junior Cassell holds last year's service champions, and
however, for the Fliers to perform continental press, snatch, and. from placement. The Fliers have not converted an' extra point the Annapolis JVs, rules .a heavy
harmoniously as is requiredin clean and jerk. against Fe'hsacola In the last four years. Jax Navy and Pensa favorite to grab its fifth straight
cola square off Saturday at 1430 at Varsity Field.
Sixth Naval District and subsequent Results of hoists in the three win over the Fliers.

tournament competition. performances follow: Against mutual opponents this

In Bob Grabar Vince Zoda, 123 pounder*-Nolan. ;Jar Navy 29f Barracudas Nip Fliers season, the Goshawks have sound-
pounds; Richard Davis, Lakeshore, 380
Dick Tate, all lettermen, and pounds. ly trounced Eglin Field and the
""Red" Rogers, Jax Navy' has a 132 pounden-Hobrecht, ;Jax Navy, Miami Marines, while the Fliers I
405 pounds; Chuck Smith, Lakeshore,
scoring punch as good. as any in 380 pounds fell victims to these same two
Dick Jax With LustSecondPuss '
148 pounders- Glossner i
the district. Peppery Junior Cas- Nay, 470 pounds: IX>n Kelly Lakeshore clubs.
sell will be the live wire all sear 3ft pounds; Carl Jowers, Lakeshore This will be the tenth game of
253 pounds
ton, and can score. 163:>> pounders-Bill Weaver, Lakeshore Lightning, in the form of 'Lafayette Roberts, struck this series, with the Fliers hav-

It WM our belief that Tate, 670*, SOS pounds pounds: ;L Bob, A.Filer IlardtejikeshOT Jax. twice at the Jax Navy footballers last Saturday as the Fliers ing won 'three contests, lost five\

elastic-legged' Kentuckian who Navy 181, 460 pounders pounds-Bob. Stanpp, Lakeshore fell victim to the :Miami Marines, 13-7, on the Opalockan'shome and finished one battle all-even.
578 pounds: Spike Tenpenny field, in a driving rainstorm. '.'7 Tie In '48
at (-1 can g. up with the best Jav Navy 530 pounds.Jelkv'welahtl The first of this series,
-KessleV. Sax Navy, With 45-seconds remaining in year
.. of the big boys, never touchedhis 6tG pounds; Vincent. .Alvarez, Lakeshore the ball game, Roberts, a brilliant In the end zone, and thus theFliers' 1945, saw Jax Navy's strong con-
580 poundsTraFac dashed
hopes were on a
full potential last season. I 175-pound halfback, uncorked a tender for national service honors
single motion of the
Should he come in '53-54, he'll AE Grid 28-yard scoring heave to End I arm. trounce the Goshawks twice, each
time by the score of 480.
be indispensable. Harry Mackey, to provide the win.
Since then the Fliers have had '
in Frank
ping margin a great
Grabaz, of course, is Mr? Basketball Squads Vie For Merriwell finish. things. rather rough boasting of
at Jax Navy. Has been only a scant win and tie in the
for two seasons, will be for as Easily the difference between Season past seven games.

long as he's here. The Syracuse Center Crown the two clubs, Roberts also passed Since 1918, when the locals tied
for the first touchdown, a 54yardtoss
is master with the
Shotgun a Against JJC Goshawks, 7-7'they've been able .
roundball and bears watching all Championship of the NATTCenter to Paul,. Woodard late in the to muster only five touchdownsand

season Touch Football League In all second quarter.A Sax: Marine basketeers pry the no extra points for a four

Without Zoda, the Fliers do not I probability will be determined in heavy downpour, beginningnear lid off their first season of var- game total of 30 points, whll

have a big man who can hit bet- the windup game ,tonight when the opening whistle and con- sity ccmpetition when they face Pensacola has garnered 141

ter than 15 points a game. Charlie TraFac meets AE School. tinuing throughout the struggle, Jacksonville Junior College in points.

Hallman and Kevin Higgins Last week, TraFac swept over although marring play on both the NATTCenter gym, Tuesday, .

are prospects, but must convert AO Navy, 8-0, with Bob George sides, didn't prevent the luckless Nov. 24 at 2000. ,

unpolished styles into the patterns I scoring the marker, and earned a Fliers from racking up their big- The Leathernecks opener will Ed Weeks Edges

demanded by Coach McCaffrey. 7.7 tie with MAD when Clyde gent rushing average this season. climax the basketball clinic to .

Hatch hit pay dirt after the Ma- Jax Navy piled up close to 300 be held at the NATTCenter gym Lew Chaff For

tines' Pat O'Rourke had put the yard overland, led by elusive Monday and Tuesday afternoon,

J'ditlngand make-up alignment Leathernecks in a temporary lead. backs Joey Turman and Lou Nov. 23 and 24.. Fall Cup Title

of this week's' sportspage In other games last week, Special Cimarolli. The clinic, conducted by Lt.

Services forfeited to AE The Fliers produced an early Paul McCoy, Center athletic of- Carrying superb early-round

was done by our side School; AK School downed MAD, scoring threat, when Whitey Sar- ficer, will be held for the 'benefit play into the championshipround

kick Gordoa Robbie, who joined 2and AO Marines defeated Special rett, Bill Cantor, and Turman ate of teams entered in NATTCenter Ed Weeks copped the 1953

the Air News staff in July. Services, 20. up 72 yards in the second quar- intramural competition.A Fall Cup Golf Tournament witha

Robbie was sportscaster for Team standings for the Captain ter to push the enemy back to its 34-game schedule for the brilliant victory over favored*

radio at..lIonVDSR, Lake City, McCampbcll Trophy, given to the 10-yard stripe, only to have the I Leatherneck varsity_ has* been Lew" Chaff, 1-up, in a 21-holo

YILt before Uncle Sam beckoned winner of the NATTCenter grid attack fizzle out due to a Flier completed with several dates still struggle, on the station. greensward -
loop, are as follows: fumble. I pending. ,
in March, 1035. STANDINGS,
Team w.. .T*.t TIM Late in this same stanza, Mi ----- Refusing to crack after being
An energetic annotator from AK School ........... 11 2 0 ami's first real threat.*vnt the three down at the turn, Weeks
AO Navy ............ 10-( 3 0
}fa ftachu etts, he has done an TraFac .........m. 9 1 2 limit with Woodard scoring on went on to shoot sub-par golf and
.... .........
MAD .. 5 7 1
.uUtanding.Job with Intramural Spec. Serv. .......... ::1 6 2 Roberts' Initial heave. Paternostro, finish regulation play in a deadbeat -
. well co.38 ........... 5 2 0 a rugged lineman, kicked the with the tiring Chaff.A .
ftthlelios on this station as Marines .
AO ......... 2 6 0
Co. 39 ............... 1 6 2 extra point. fine tee shot and accurate
.* handling the golf tournejsftud ('o,40 ............... 1 :.t 2
'o.41 ............... 0 2 1 Just before the end of the first putting on the third Overtime
football team on the road. CO. 4-i ................ 0 1 0 half, Turman intercepted a :Miami x? a hole was the margin of victoryfor
I a
pails and ran it back 12 yards, the Green Cove linkster, who

Congratulations to Marine M/- Sparks Win Twice; only to have the Barracuda's Ferryman AYy succeeds last year's champion,
Sgt. Leonard "Spade" Cooley on
steal a Sarrett pass on Judd Pearson.
his win in the second flight of the Continue Fast I PaceIn the very next play.A In another rouser, Jack Gujin

Finkleatein Golf Tournament, I Adm. O. B. Hardison 2
blocked Miami punt soon upset up.
completed last Sunday at the city NATTC Loop
second champion
after the last period got under- for the flight
owned Municipal course.
AE School stayed on top of the way set up Jax Navy's score. ship.
Cooley stroked his way past the back nine
Steady golf on
NATTCenter Intramural Volley The middle of the Fliers' line
long hitting Dan Stormes, 2 and ball League with a brace of, victories ., rushed in to block the pUnt, with > proved enough to propel. Gujin to
1. Stormes Is Jose Country
a San the championship.
last week. Morris Wilson, a 60-mlnute +
Club member. the third flight play Jim
The Sparks defeated AGM charger at end, scooping' up the ,
Another Sax Navy representa. and downed the Roberts and' Carl Springfels must .
School, 15-8, 15-7, pigskin to race over the goal-line '
tive in the tourney, Special Servo Marines, 15-3, 154. only to have the score nullified. 4, meet in a match for title laurels.
ices' Jim Croover, was eliminatedIn One of the closest matches of
In other games, AO School defeated Seconds later, Sarrett plungedover
the quarter finals of the sixth the tourney is expected when
Special Services 15-3, IG-2; on a quarterback sneak, with
flight in earlier play. AO School subdued AGM School, Jack Bishop's extra point kick they collide.

15-13, 12-15: 15-9; ,TraFac over- ticing things up. M. Championship honors in the.

Jax Air News Editor Andy powered Special Services, 15-8,15- With the Fliers, smelling a tie SOMEONE HAD TO LOSE fourth flight go to Bruce Welsh

Planey is honeymooning in Miami 2, and gained a forfeit win 'ovethe I air, and with it a moral Lew ,Chaff, right receives a upset winner over Capt. David

for the next two weeks.In Marines. rvictory, the Barracudas then put consolation first place winner'embrace Ed Weeks from, McCampbcll, 3 and 2.

hU absence, :Mrs Kenneth STANDINGS on the Frank Merriwell finish winner of the 1953 Fall Cup I In women's competition- pette
Trim 'Vf. JAI crowd Tournament held on the station Gray meets Dale Conner, Mrs.
Harper, wife of Lt. (Jg) Ken -3 School ................. 14 : which caught the scant by
,JIarper of Fasron Six, has done a AO School ................... It surprise. links. Weeks, from Green Harry Harty opposes Anne
TraVac .................... 31 Cove Springs, won the crown Rcntz and Iva Hansen faces Far-
tremendous job of editing the AGM School ............... 7 s Roberts uncorked a PMS from after a hectic 21-hole struggle
Spec. fccrv .................. 1 1 j:: the Jax 28 to Mi\ckey, standing with the favored Chaff. ley Coates.
:Air News. Mailne .............. ..... 0 1.,



19 November 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Pogo Seven

Cacjers Prime ;i + Banshees Win 1----

For Opener Mainside BegChampionship

A .

With YJ-62 4 c, ,

With the lD53.t>4 basket- IN 14i Rolling through the season
ball inaugural just eight days like true champions, Fas1'On L

away, the Jax N a v y Fliers Six's keglers have successfully e S

methodically continued the ;" defended their championship
I !tI--
in the Mainside Intra-
task of applying po'l f i ish to ;!
i mural bowling league.The .
what has all the earmarks of ; only teams able to cope
a colorful cage juggernaut.The with the capable Banshees) were r

Filers, 22-8 for the previous I VC-62 No. 1 who blanked the

campaign fling the cover oft Fasronites in the season's opening -

the forthcoming ,season with VJC2 match and Operations, which
of Sanford, Friday, NoV. 27, in "" ;i!''ft, surprised with a split decision
: 1; :;;: aganst the league champs.The .
; ,,
the :Mainside gym. To follow are 'I''kr\ ; ,:j,, ". ., '
35 games which insure lively action :;t :fj,; ", ', Banshees, who grabbed the
for local enthusiasts. ,.\" : lead halfway through the season
and were never headed now awaita
List Starting Team ,''t.: ,'. '"" ."'.,....... showdown struggle with the
Frequent scrimmages past NATTCenter champions yet to
week against city and station aggregations
be determined. crowned Mainside latrama-
have separated the
-- The final week of action in Football champs, Personnel's doughty crew II*** up
chaff from the wheat as Coach KNOCKIN' EM DOWN- Fall season saw the cameraman to form the letter "I'" after edging Fasron
Frank McCaffrey tentativelybroke Shown displaying! ,, the form : a playoff last week on the strength of first downs. The
the squad inter first and sec- that has propelled him high champions conquer a ended in a 13.13 deadlock, but Personnel held a six-four -
ond teams among the bowling leaders in FA\V- cobbine, 3-1, with Vic in the statistical aspect. Front to back on the straight
Mainside competition is Paul plln&kl leading the way with Joe Faro, Pat Hall, Jim Dempsey, John Dunk, Jerry
Lettermen Dick Tate (VJ.2)), Jula, kingpin of Hospital's 492. and Terry Collins. Around the circle are, "Moose" Crouse,
Vince Zoda (NATTC Dental) and wreckers. A threat 'individ 01nt, Len Shriver, The "Choke" and Bert Henderson.
Earlier in the week
Bob Crabaz (VP-18)) form the in- ual average honors, Jula holds the
the 1953 series record of 254 shees defeated nrch-rlval -
side, outside and anyside punch in 'intramural play on the 109, (-0, with Cieplinskl and Personnel Cops
for the Fliers' tipoff combo. "Red" Building Three alleys. The doctor Kiescmlak the big guns.
Rogers (AE School) and Junior Is also adept on the greens
and fairways, and is a well- Despite a 3-1 defeat to VF174 ra a
Cassell (VJ-2)) blend in capably
known figure on the station no pltl&l'* rollers Touch Crown
with the scoring triumvirate a
links. ,, M'(ond place In (the final |It'" *'
On - -
the second "five" McCaf
standing; The Hellrarora \\' '
frey lists Charlie Hallman (AE Local Scrappers led (to the win over the play the majority of 50 action-packed min

School), Buddy Layne (NATTC l lIy lick i Morcllo'ft 550 aerie. Personnel fought off a questionable last

Chaplains Office), Bob Balchunas Given Nod Over FAW-11's third place club bid by favored Fasron Six to annex the, Mainside "
(VJ-2)) Al VisnIus (Fasron Six), dued VC-62 No. I, 3-1, with -' Touch Football Championship l Vr the razor-thh'

and Jim Roberta (O&R)| Ed Bur- Heyer's 512 the big noise for of two first downs.

goyne (Personnel) and Kevin Ft. Jackson Club Air Wingers. the clamour of flailing
o\er-7ealoii contact Imposed
the Higgins road squad.(AE School. ) complete The Jax Navy-Marine boxing I. Fourth-place. VP-18' gained and churning feet had sub from both sides l of the

split with ComFuirJax. The Yorktown Field last Fit-. field. .
team gained its fourth win of the
Need Experience season at the expense of a toiigh tiolmen were aided by J< score was a dead-heat at Clever Ed Burgoyne was at the

"We'ie still lacking what a few Ft. Jackson club at the Carolina 481 throttle as Personnel thrilled its

games, under our belts might give post last week. I A four-team plajoff league rules, however, at- followers with a tying touchdownin
11$," cited Coach ){cCa fl'ey. Nevertheless the' clubs in .000"F"
Despite losing four bouts and ending Me'c'unllthrol1 was quickly focused on the waning minutes of the second
there has been a notice gaining a split, verdict in another, h fifth positions IK ".. in which department half to pull victory fr.m 'the

able improvement in attitude and the locals gained the win when lively Mated to' get led, six to four fire. Burgoyne passed! for one .

performance. throughout the ranks. the soldiers refused to enter men next" week. score was indicative of tally, lan another and carried

In a Tscrjminage with Florida in five weight brackets.In Supply and VJ-2 will meet and often t tines over the all-important extra point.

Slate University! last weekend, the bouts that were contested week to decide the fifth The Banshees scored first with

the Fliers were soundly drubbed, the locals' Marcus Boatas, team. Beavers three minutes remaining in the

but only after reserves Here 126-opound Marine, gained a split: Both clubs warmed up tor first half Will Ewing slipped behind -

poured ,Into the welter. Jax Na decisiin against Mickey, Bishop. battle by picking up a pair Lead In the Personnel secondary to
vy's starting five was outscored In a battle of 140-pounders, 'Iclorels. The Stoi haul in a touchdown pass from '

by only three points. Herb Deese ,of the winners deer! downed Personnel' 3-1, Tex Dvorznak that covered 40

stoned "Sleepy" Darden with a claimed a forfeit win from Net Loop yards.

Wave' LoseIn good display of counter punching The Cane Hunters shutout Jerry Thomas returned the en
I Sammy Johnson of Ft. Jacfcson rations and defeated 109 continues in the suing kickoff to the Fasron Six:

A.A.U. i upended Ab e McIntosh, in a gruel- 3-1. seat in the Mainside In 15-yard: line tQ set up a scoring

Tourneym ling middleweight encounter. STANDINGS Volleyball league with opportunity, but a clipping penalty .

Jax Navy girl volleyballers won Popular Roy Jefferson was ,Team "'. I,. ) in sixteen matches. nulified the bid, and the half end-
one game and lost two in the narrowly decisloned by the Soldiers Kasron HojpltBl Six ......(....41 44* 19 32: ,. for second place, two full ed, 60.
Florida State A.A.U. Champion- Willard Wrenn In an old- FAt x-11 ,:.::::::::::: 40 20 behind the leaders are With the wind: at their, back
VP-18 .. .......... 31 21 ;
,ships at St.., Petersburg last week fashioned crowd pleaser. VC-62 No.' "1 .,....... 37 23 and Fasron Six. in the second half, the rer on-
finale Jack- VJ-2 ... ,............ 35' :22 .
"In the evening's nelmen struck for the
end.The Supply ............. :M5 :22 three clubs, are currently quickly
Jax lassies defeated the son's pride, heavyweight "Bozo" PflBrnn 109 ........... 35' 25 .! in the Jax Navy Open evener as Burgojne went off his.
VO 2 No. 2 .......... 31 26 .:'
Seven-Up team from Fort Myers, Batson defeated 'Tank" Page in Vl-174 .............. 33 27 Tournament which is own left tackle from six. yards
but lost to Adae-llooper Insur a battle that was close all the Operation .......... 27 33 to determine out. ") OOMj'' Croufce applied a '
ComKalrJaX .........211 40 rep-
ance and Bartletts Park Youth way. VF-11 ..... ........7a 38 this station for key block.
Prev. 'Medicine. ......79 41 from
Center of St. Petersburg. Personnel ........... J1 47 and servicesponsoredmeets. Fasron Six broke the deadlock
Man Ball VT-1O Of............. 0 56 with Allen scooting around right
Seven end from the Personnel 20 behind
SPORTS FROM viscious blocking Dvorznak to ..

Stops BansheesIn Ewing was good for the extra

YESTERYEARAnother 4 point and the Banshees were in .,

front, 136.
AirLant Play
in a weekly feature
The ball changed hand twice
that brings to life perform-
the kickoff before Per-
Handicapped by an entirely different following
ances on the Naval Air Sta-
brand of ball, the touch sonnel opened a drive that carried { -
, lion (sports scene from dusty
Issues footballers 9f Fasron Six man-, t .., H 50 yards. A Burgoyne pan'
of the Jax Air News.
aged to cop second; place in the to Lennie Schriver In the end zone
Ten Yean Ago Today AirLant, Touch Football Tourna- culminated the sortie.

The enlisted men's touch ment early last week at Quonset Burgoyne swept left end on the

football race entered' the play- Point, I?. I. ( try'"for extra point and was

off rounds with eleven teams The familiar six-man rag game 1 across standing at the flag to

battling for the. Station championship used in Mainside intramural com- : even matters.

petition was altered to seven-man, iTwt Fasron Six: moved upstairs in

O k G won the championship two-handed tag calling for a com- an effort to break the tie, but

of the officers touch footfall plete change in team plays. the determined Personnel de

league, with Operationsand The Fasronites dropped their ft'nse'would yield no' farther

Squadron, VO-VCS finish- opener, 33-6, to 'Patuxent.based than IU own 30. An error In

ing a close second. VR-1, but caught on to the "new" _.-----.--. ._..-I--- _____,_,____ .._.____.sBRIDESMAIDS _,,,. Judgment by one of the officials
Five Years" Ago Today brand of ball in time to pick upa gate the Banshees an extra play
IN AIR LANT TOURNEY-Pictured here Is
Despite finishing in a 7-7 tie 30-26 decision over host VF-73, the Fasron Six Touch Football squad which recently finished after the final gun, but to .o

with she Pensacola Goslings, in the Banshees second game of runner-up in the AirLant Tournament at Quonset Point, R. I. avail. ,
the Jax the double elimination aeries. The Banshees also finished second to Personnel In the Mainside John Bunk, Jim Dempsey, Joe
i Navy pigskinnerg VF-1 eliminated Fasron Six to IM loop. Front row, left to right, Tex" Dvorznak AI Drown, Dick Faro, Shrlver and Grouse were .
copped the, Naval Air .TralnlngA Haroun, Ron Rosen, Con Elliott, Pete Bohannan. Rear, John Camp-
hletle Conference: grid title. the tune of 60-13) with the winners bell, Bill Bailey, Bill Burgett, Dick Giovanninl, Will Ewing, and the heavy-duty' men In Personnel's
scoring practically at will. Coach Gene Szymkiewicz.. defense .
; rt .
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Eight JAX AIR NEWS 19 November 1953

mmmBi PersonnelContinued

( fr m Page 1)

(Items offering for sale articles tlona and services, heads of d*>

of property such as washing partmenU may grant liberty;' '

machines, automobiles, furniture, 111 1 r / 4W. : commencing- 1300 dally on nor

radios, clothing and the like are mal work days, during the period

prohibited by Defense Department "fII' Dec. 21 through Jan. 1. Normal

regulations This column will, station routine will resume, at the

however, list such services i as 1a beginning of working hours oa

available housing, rides wanted Monday, Jan. 11.

and lost and found articles, or v1_ Civilian employees at Overhauland

ether) similar notices.) ., Yy t.a. Repair may be granted leave

FOB RENTS from Dec 25 through Jan. 10, provided

bdrni. house; 6044 Ortega- Farms it does not interfere with

Blvd. Ph. 3-0970, Mr Rogers necessary cervices and workloads

2 rm. apt., 4624 Astral St., Mrs. However! Christmas Day and New
Brittaln. Years Day are legal holidays and

Will share home with couple. Ph. 1 civilian employees will be paid for

2-7216, Mrs. LaGrand.: I \ 1 f fAWARD these days in accordance with

S Ph.bdim.8-2501 house, Mrs., 2939 Dent.W. 16th St. :: 1 A existing statutes.. e 1 '

Furn. 3 rm. garage apt., 2312 College J Enlisted personnel at Oveihaul

Ph. 7-6249, Mrs. Clarke .. :t and Repair and Public Works will

fum. 2 2312 be granted leave the same.
rm. apt., College. Ph. ,
WINNERS-Capt. Leonidas D. Coates, Jr., Overhaul and Repair officer, recently pre
7-6249, Mrs. Clarke. sented checks totaling $345.00 to ten 0.& R employees for ,beneficial' suggestions. Largest check schedule as NAS enlisted person
Will share home with couple. Ph. $85.00, went to C. J. Olsen while the others received awards ranging from 75.00 to $10.00. Lefiito nel.

88-8770, Mrs Mavolany. right are, Frank-W. Baldwin, Sidney J. Bell, Robert D. Brennan, Douglas M. Church, Captain The Naval Hospital has also established
Coates, Raymond O. Bourne, C. J. Olsen, Adrian ,J. Roberts, and Frederick S. Fedrick. Absent
Furn. apt. Ph. 2-4275, Mrs. Groves two leave, periods for
were Howard T. Ware and John Harris.
Furn. 2 bdrm. apt., Rt. 4, Box both staff and patients, the first

418. Ph. 112-8-3244,. Mrs. Sad I Will Save $2,926 f period to start at the close of

ler.Furn.. I ''Outstanding' At working hours on Dec. 21 to ,the

1 rm. apt., $50 mo., 3008 I Ten O&R Awarded start of the working day on Dee.

Park. St. Ph. 2-4232, Mrs. Me- : Employees NAS InspectionOutstanding 29. The second period will com

David. mence after work on Dec. 29 and

2 bdi-m. house, Highway 21, Lit. $345 For, Beneficial SuggestionsCash display of regulation will end before work on Jan. '6.

tleburg. Ph. Orange Park 8- dress the Commanding Leave
l during scheduled: for personnelat
awards totaling $,345.00were
4742, Mrs. Saunders. Committee on Awards for evaluation Officer's Inspection'last' NATTCenter will be announcedat
recently distributed to ten
Furn. rm., kit. priv. Ph. 2-7323, and possible adoption. Their a later date.
employees of the Overhaul and Saturday was noted by the
Mrs Doonan. Investigation revealed that Olsen's Leave for personnel .attached to
Repair department for adopted officers
Inspecting concerned.
Furn.. 5-rm. bungalow, 3934 Me- beneficial suggestions which Idea expedited the development of the fleet activities yarles. as to .
Girts Blvd. Ph. .2-8538, 'Mrs. submitted in the local the captain's seat for' P2V air* Bent looking sailor observedat the individual units and should be

Moody. program. craft'which will permit a quick release the Inspection was 'George, checked through division officers.4e .
.. Fum. 3 rm. apt, $40 mo., 2148 I Constructive ideas contained- in of the seat and evacuationIn A.. Rutherford SK2. -
Rosselle.: Ph. 1. 461, Mrs. Em I the suggestions will result in an an emergency. The cockpit of

ery.Furn. estimated savings of 2726.00 during the P2V is particularly difficultto Excellent mention 'was extended NewcomersContinued

rm., 2327 Earnest St., Riv, the first year they are in exit. This seat will also con to both. William E.
( from Page 1))
eislde.. Ph. 7-6857, MI's. "Lour. operation at this station. tribute to better reading of in Giles, SK3, and James M. ,
(licks, DK3. The two men are E. Bailow, AMC, who may be
rey. This brings the grand total of struments. It will be incorporated
,2 priv. rms., Riverside, 2601 Park. beneficial- suggestions awards in all P2V aircraft. presently TAD to the station seen on Wednesday mornings touring -
Ph. 8-2770 Mrs. Houston. from Fasron 109 and NARTU the station with ten or fifteen
earned of this sta-
by employees
The other awards
: ranged :
men pointing put such things
Furn. 3 rm. Ph. 2-3342 Mrs. respectively.FOOTBALL as
tlon since I January 1953 to 75.00 to 1000.
the: Navy Exchange, with its many
The total with-
| sayings
facilities available to
----- station
Turn. 2 - --- ------- per
rm. apt, 928 Melbourne.Ph. .
S ,
In the estimated
same period are sonnel, Overhaul te Repair, Disbursing .
2-0169, Mrs. Smith. to be
Rm. In prl. home, 2946 Algonquin $203,128.00.* *, ', SPECIAL Office, Administration
Building Mess Hall, Library, Enlisted -
Ph. 2-5971 Mrs. Irwin.
SOME OF the Ideas were foundto (For Week of Nov. 21)) Mens Club (Anchorage),
Furn. 4 6938 103rdSt.
rms. $65
: be of value to other activities,
Ph. 2-8578: Mrs. Summers. Alabama ... vi. .?........,?.'...... MarylandS. Infirmary, Recreation Building
and were-forwardtU to. the Navy
Furn. sleeping nn., 2937 Herschel, for further consider M. .. .............1.: ...... vs.. ......................................,... Baylor and the Chapels.

:Mrs. Metcalf. Department California ................................ vs. ...................................... Stanford Personnel already serving

5 rm. house, 5517 101st St.j, Mr. ation. Many' won additional Detroit ..:....... vs. .................................._......... Tulsa aboard the "big" station, 'will well
awards for the suggestor, depend
Green. Georgia Tech ............................ ..-...._.-.......... Duke appreciate the helping hand offered
ing on the amount of savings accrued -
Furn. 2 rms., 2735 Riverside Ave., Fordham ................................. vs. ....:.............................. Holy Cross by the new unit. They too,
at the adopting activities.
Apt. 1, Mrs. Preece. Wake Forest ...................:.T:..... vS. ..................... Furman once wire "confused"1 newcomers.

Unfurn. 2 bdrm. apt., $55 mo. Ph. Industry and government todayare Ilarvard .................................... .I_.............................. Yale .

88-7483, Mrs. Briggs. placing more emphasis on Indiana ..........................:......... vs. ...................................... Purdue

5 rm. bungalow, 1218 Rensselear. employee suggestion programs because Kansas ...................................... vs. ......_............:................./Missouri Jack LucovskyOf

Ph. 4-6651, Mr. CrumIe)'. it provides an opportunityfor Kentucky.................................. ......_....... Tennessee

FOR SALE employees to express their Ohio State\ -........................!..... vs. ...................................... Michigan S-3 Scores In

2 bdrm. house, 2150.00 equity.Ph. views on how many things shouldbe Nebraska .................................. vs. '...?............................... Oklahoma

88-9906, Ruth Harvey. done. As many companies have North Carolina ............._:..... vs. .::................?:..-............. Virginia

Furn. or unfurn. house, .5345 Lennox put it, "the ideas of all employeesin Penn State .........._.................... vs. ,_............-................... Pittsburgh: Football SpecialFor

Ave., Mrs. Turlington. an organization are better than Southern Cal. _..........:............vS. ..................:............-./ U. C. L. A
the second
straight week,
T* rm. house, FIIA, $62.40 mo., just a select few." Wisconsin ......._,.,...............?... vs.. ......................_.......... Minnesota a pigskin prognosticator from S-3

5008 Birkenhead Rd., Lakeshore.Ph. Many NAS employees have Boston University* _,.............. vs. .........?.............._........--... TempleL. Division NAS has won first, placeIn

88-7404, Mn; White. taken advantage of such a pro S. U. ...................................... vs ......................._..:._._ Arkansas the weekly Football Special.

5 rm. house, 3404 Lowell Ave., Mr. gram, and in this way have earned Stetson ____.____,_ vs. -_ ._' F. S. U.
Winner for the week of Nov. 14
extra cash for themselves and
Cornatzer. con- '
(Predict The ('Ore'ot Thla Game) Ii. S-3's Jack Lucovsky, AK2, one
3 bdrm. house 2173 Allendale Circle tributed to Increased efficiency in :, .
of four who foresaw several upsets
North. Ph. 2-5146, Mrs Sim their particular work, their department Sax Navy .................................? .:i.:..... ....,..Fcnsacola in the making.

mons. and the Navy Depart e .
--'I- The contest was narrowed to
.9 bdrm. house, 1746 Seta Circle ment. Name ....._..................':.?.......... Rate/Rank ...:........._..._' the tie-breaker 'of Miami Marines
East, Chief McClelland. e e '
First Last ,
( )
) (
T" ((13)) vs. Jax Navy ((7) with Lu-
MISCELLANEOUSWant INCLUDED IN the recent group .. : '
covsky guessing a 19.7 score.

person or person to drive of O&R employees-who received Unit Assigned ,To ............:....t.; .... .......;.......... Phone.!:.:..:..........._....__ in second .
Finishing place
car .to Calif. For info., Ph. Ext. their awards from Capt. Leonidas .' ':
D.'Coates Jr. O'& n officer Don Holt, HM3, of NATTCenter- .
: 411, Lcdr. Briggs, wereDouglas ,
Medical with 21.14
Dept., a score
Riders wanted to Chicago over M. Church, Sidney J. '
I. T enter the contest simply Indicate choice of each predicted on the tie-breaker.
;you your
holidays. Ph. Ext. 216 or 8184, Bell, Raymond 0. Bourne, HowardT. winner by placing nn X-or f'lnltl.tltfl team you select to win. If yea
Jim Ryan. Ware, Robert D. Brennan, John predict a tie fame, place a (T) after the name of team ;yea think will Sharing the third place spoils
Riders wanted to Tampa and, Harris, Frank W. Baldwin, AdrianJ. play t. a tie store. are D. C. $Shannon AKC, of
S. All came are to be predicted ea in even basis. Tie count as
Clearwater. Leave Friday, return Roberts, Frederick S. Pedrick. losses Bales predicted. AKA) School and Bob Ellingston -
8. In the pace provided Indicate the core of the fame picked ai a DK3, attached to NATTCenter -
Sunday. Ph. 216 or 8184 and C. J. Olsen.
tiebreaker! In case of a tie the person with the most nearly correct
Henderson. wentto 'core. will win the contest.I. Disbursing.
The largest check, $85.00, '
Entry blank Incompletely filled out will not be considered.Contestants A total of 154: entries
Riders wanted to Miami 'leave were received -
C. J. Olsen, for his development must make all the selection plus Indicating the score of the
Friday, return Sunday. Ph. Ext. of a Plane Captain's Seat one tiebreaker to be cllf Ible.S. In this week's contest.,
In the event a U postponed or re-rhedale for any reason.
came .
8564 or see Jerry Short, Bks. in P2V Aircraft, which is adjustable It .ii I automatically excluded: from the contest final --ratlnrs.-. I
H, Comp. D. and can be dropped io the .. Entry blank must be submitted not later than not Friday te Apprentice Club To
the Jar: Air News Office U the Special torvlee* llulldlnt. '30. or t. aay
Riders wanted from Cassat and level of the floor when not in use. ef the convenient pickup point throufhsnt the tatlen. Elect New OfficersThe
Murray Hill, 0730 to 1600. Ph. This suggestion was forwardedto 7. All military and civilian personnel, with the exception *f per
Ext. 8213 or 6- 538, Mr. 'Traer ennel ef the Jar Air New, are cllf Ible to enter the contest.I. NAS Overhaul and Repair
the Bureau of Aeronautics Only oat entry te each person will be allowed. .
department Apprentice Club will
Riders wanted from Springfield, t. 'Winners. will be announced la the Jai Air New the Thursday
0700 to 1530. Ph. Jack Lever- Margaret Floyd, Ext. 593. fellowUf the Saturday *. which the fan I* played. hold election of officers ,at their

ence, O&R: Material planning. Riders wanted from Riverside,, PRIZES regular meeting on Tuesday, Dec.

] Ride wanted from Venetla, 4301( 0730 to 1600. Ph. Ext. 577, MrCubley. Prim totalluf '$1* In Merchandise. chit win be awarded the top 1. Ballot will be proposed from
1 throe entrle First place I. *J, ecnd pUce I* S3, and third place U $.. the floor.'age .
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