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:'Cane Crews 4v Credit Union Ends :

First Year With : J

Track Down .

$40,452 In Till ),4 j jI

First Storm r1( It was a year ago in April !I, ('.'1'"If.'

that 12 representative civilian :.

"Sitting on ready' Weath emloyees endorsed and petition-
er Squadron Two's Hurricane ed for a charter for a Federal ;
Hunters are back in Kecon ; 1. _____ Credit Union" here. J'I s
Status No 3 after tracking
A month later, the charter was ,
down Hurricane Alice, the "
first hurricane of' the season. granted, and the Jax Navy Fed s seat
The' tropical storm could hardly Credit Union became a real
) be called a hurricane since it i ity with 1,184 Charter Members
never did reach hurricane pro. In .mid-June 1952, the first slateof

.porlions. However, it was tabbed leaf officers was elected and bust:
Alice, signifying the first letter,in --- ness operations began. r
the alphabet. Heretofore labeledin OFF FOR TilE STORM-Hurricane Hunters of Crew Two Weather Squadron Two, prepare 1,400 Members "'
sequence of the phonetic alphabet to go aloft in their P4Y Privateer to find out Just how tough Hurricane Alice is. The first storm As the first birthday of this
call of the season, Alice was first spotted In the straits between Key West and Cuba.
hurricanes this year will _. -... baby employees' organization approaches .
bear feminine names. The next Critical Ratings To SlaySeparation members can look backto
will be Barbara. ALL BOAT OWNERS '
a full year of uphill growth.
t WARNED TO HAVE Membership has grown to approximately
Notified by Fleet Weather Cen- Due For
BOATS REGISTEREDPersonnel Early : 1,400, and total assets
tral, Miami, of strong winds prevailing I have increased from a be ..
in the straits between who own, or bring, of
ginning $12,149.44 to $40,452.-
Key West and Cuba, the Hurricane boats aboard the station must 89
Some Enlisted Personnel at the close of business Ap
Hunters dispatched an investigation have them registered with the rip
flight last Saturday I NAS First Lieutenant's office
morning, with Comdr. 'David: in Building 953, regardless of Early separation awaits some Navy enlisted personnelwho Credit Union in offices were established '
Building Collectors
Walkinshaw, 'commanding ofhV"cer previous registration. }\ are due to be discharged or separated between June 1,
have been
of the squadron, aboard. The II The order applies to owners 1953 and August 31, 1951, it was revealed this week. appointed in every t
the Station
' on ,
storm was found to be non-direc. whether they actually use their The for this
,4 authority new release too; excited
over the notice, it Is at Muyport and at Cecil Field.
tional at that time by the flight'saerologist boat aboard the station or in I is, Buyers Notice
program that the Two Percent '
emphasized Dividend
" Lcdr. Thad Kowall. other waters. It is believed 2
S S that there are quit a few boat .1910, which is outlined in two ratings are critical within the At the first annual meeting of

Sunday's tracking flight reported owners who quarter their boats parts. During the first period Sixth Naval District, and person- I members held January 27, prog
continued winds up to 45 aboard the Station, with only early release will be up to the nel in those ratings will not be ress and profits were such thata
mph. Monday's flight found in- about a dozen registered. discretion of those commands released during the early period, two percent dividend was declared
creased winds of approximately which have distribution control, i June .
Personnel failing to register 1, 1953 through October 31,
55.60 mph. Tuesday's flight report their boats will be subject to but the provisions of the Notice I 1953. The critical ratings are: Joseph F, O'Connell, presidentof t.

indicated that the storm ran loss of boating privileges. All will be mandatory during the RM, ET, SO, EM, TE, GM, and the Board of Directors, hasexpressed r/
into a cool front in the Gulf and boats without permits will be second period, beginning November FT/FC. the hope that all mem
was slowly dissipating. Lcdr. Ko- compounded. 1, 1953. S.S bers will purchase one share of
wal of VJ-2 reported that the Before personnel here become DURING THE discretionaryphase stock in recognition of the Credit f

storm was "getting a shot of cold ," enlisted personnel may be Union's first anniversary. He
air and washing out a bit." released early in accordance with stresses, "Many charter members r

When VJ-2 called off tracking directives and instructions of action have not made deposits ;.
operations Tuesday, the storm which will be implementedby since organization and are there: {
was at 24.2 degrees north and 84 the commands beginning June by losing the benefits of the t
degrees west, about 100 miles 9yyr 1, 1953 and continuing through Credit Union profits. All are
west of Havana, Cuba. I Y a October 31, 1953. Separation urged to purchase at least one 1
will be .as follows: share before the latter part of
y,:. a 'Separation during June 1953is June."
ABC Defense set up for regular Navy per- 1
sonnel whose normal date of ex- i
School BackIn 14 'piration/ of.enllstment, or enlist- USS FDR CONDUCTS
ment Voluntarily extended 1
occurs during June, July or Au-
OperationAtomic .gust. MAYPORT AREA
Biological and Chemical Regular Navy personnel whose One of the three largest air-
warfare instructions* have ; ,1,1y < enlistments expire during the craft carriers, in the world to.
resumed at Ground Training, ., a months of September through day, the USS Franklin D.
168. I December 1953 may be separatedtwo
: Roosevelt (CVA-42)) was .off
months early.
The four-day course, which 3 SSSEPARATION Mayport last Saturday and !

convenes every Monday, offers _0.-..... .._.._ ._.r... ._.___ ____ n __' _._...._m__.__.... 'is also sched- Sunday, ;
such training as atomic theory,
Squadrons of Carrier Air
radioactivity .decontamination, ABC's OF DEFENSE-Atomic, Biological and Chemical Defense uled during June 1953 for Naval i
medical School of instructors 'Kenneth Kowalski, AOC, (left), and Reserve and Fleet Reserve personnel Group One were aboard the ,
aspects, monitoring, detection William Wiegand, ADC exhibit training aids used at the school. including those who en- huge flattop while it conducted '
and identification of gases Located in Building 168, the ABC school has resumed four-day operation in this area.
potentialities of biological instructions. (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5))
warfare, chemical warfare and --- -

self-air procedures.Over 350 personnel. have attended I Storm-Blinded, VF-32 Pilot First to Land Cougar o; Flattop at Night

course since the ABC
School was commissioned in Blinded by lightning and the<< ect conducted by the Navy' and storm was spreading swiftly carrier ''landings except in testREPEATEDLY
June 1952. Upon completion oft heavy steady rain of a night Sylvania Electrfc Corporation, throughout the entire area. The stages.
"school, personnel will receivea storm, Lt. Al V. Barber of Fighter Lt. Barber was prevented by safest procedure, it was decided, 1 e .
secondary job code number Squadron 32, NAS Cecil weather conditions from land- would be to land on board the BLINDED by
of atomic monitor, and will Field, unexpectedly became the ing at NAS Oceana, Va. Antietam immediately. nearby lightning flashes, and
thus be qualified for that type first fleet pilot to make a night 1RETURNING With not a night carrier landing with falling mist obstructing hit:
of work In case of emergency. carrier .landing in the Navy's for new weather to his credit in five years, vision, Lt. Barber made two
Personnel Interested in receivIng sleek new F9F-6 Cougar jet information to the USS Antie- Lt. Barber received radioed instructions passes without engaging his w tail

this specialized training: may fighter. tam, from which he was launched preparatory to land- hook on an arresting wire. This
acquire more Information by While participating In."Opera by catapult half an hour before ing the Navy's swept-wing jet, was due in part to the ,fact thai
phoning extension 8509. tion Flashbulb": t, special proj he was informed that the heretofore unsubjected to night (Please Turn to Page 5, Col. 1).



4 June

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J11R tlt_ S SERVICES) iiw$ :

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rtJbll.hfclfr, Tliurkday) lor Navy aclUttles at Naval Air Station, Jack dependents t
ton,Ule. Fla. Protestant personnel
>AS, Jatu..llile to attend
Capt. Burnham C. MrCuffrre ........ .... ...............Commanding Officer are Invited .
Comdr. James H. Armstrong ... .....]...*....Kxecuiht OfticerFleet Holy Communion Sunday morning:,
Air Jaeka..,ltl.
Rear Adm. Otborne B. IfaiUlscn .............. ... ............... Commander Lcdr. Robert E.: Elliott, NATT-
Capt. How'aid V. Hopkins .t-'let ot SUM Center Chaplain, will conduct the
Fleet Air Wlar\ };Inn
Capt. Arthur S. Born ....... .... ..,..... ... ........... ..Commander Holy Communion at 0800 in the r v 4
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton ...Chief Staff Officer
:Karat Air Technical Trai.lag CeaterCapt. Small Chapel.At .
Edwin R. Perk ......... .. ................ ....Commanding Officer the 0830 service In All
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart ..... ....... '... Executl\e OfttcerIvstal
)lelpital i ; Saints' Chapel, Chaplain Elliott
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton....................!........I.Commanding Officer
Capt. U A. Nekton ._.._................_..............._._....ExecuUve Officer will preach on the subject, "CouldIt ..
IV AR.. "
Capt. Easton B. Noble ....,.............................Commanding Officer Be God
Comdr. Anthony Truaao ............. ......i..................Executhe Officer Chaplain G. Weldon Gatlin will r

The JAX AIR NEWS U published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station preach on "Religion A Load Or
Jacksonville. Flotlda. and printed commercially with non-aD pro prlated funds A Lift?" and. also administer the _
at ne expense In the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35. Her.
Nov. lMi. Copies are dlttilbuted free of charge at the Naval Air Station the Sacrament of the Lord's Supperat
Naval Air Technical Training Center Naval Air Reaene Training Unit,. Naval
Air :Station Cecil Field and the U. S. Natal HoipltaU the 1045 service. _

Editor-Andrew II. Planey "0 Savior Hear Me", by Cluck,
AmUtant Editor-Helen Harper? Snorts Editor-John Charvat. AN: Staff will be Miss Dorothy
Repot lei-a-Ed Henderson. PNSNt: Mildred Mueller SA; CirculatlonDlstrtbullonMarge sung by
Fucco, JO3; Jl, lan Knox, SA. Houghton with violin-cello obliga-
The JAX AIR NEWS Is A member ot the Armed Forces Press Pen'Ice. Mason
:AFPS material appearing' in this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe to, by Henry and Roger
written permlulon of Armed Forces Prem Senlre.I Republlc"tlon of other lallestad. at the organ. This will -
matter, except by crivice publlcatlona, la prohibited without permission of NEW AW COMMIESSORS With increased production on
Editor SAX A be at both the 0830 and the 1045
Editorial lilE1.ted Building 930 (topside). Phone extenalona 8184 the station, plus the installation of additional air pressure tools,
and :216.Thrifty. services. the need for more cubic feet of compressed air became acute.
Protestant Two new Air Compressors (above) have been installed in the

Person Is A Happy OneIt's 0830-All Saints Chapel. Power Plant building to increase the flow of compressed air by
3,400 cubic feet per minute. A 24-hour check is kept on the
0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. tightly machines. David Robert, engineman, takes his turn at

Smart To Be 0930Sunday School. recording gauges.
Thrifty 045-All Saints ChaQeLCathoiie
.4,000 More Cubic Feet Per Minute

Sa'ingmoney is pretty important business important individually 800-0900-1000 Mass, $1, Ed-

and collectively. It isn't how much we earn it'. how ward's ChapeL Added Equipment Increases

much we save that determines whether one day we shall be dependentor 645-Mass at Hospital Chapel.

independent' Mormon\ Flow Of Compressed Air
1930-Tuesday- NATTC chap.
These little truisms are elementary-known to all of us. Never
Iain's office.
theless, it's good that we be reminded of them that we take inventory
Christian Science. Two new Ingersoll-Rand Air Compressors, recently Installed in
of our financial fitness take stock of our mental attitudes and
900 -Tuesday NATTC Chap- the Power Plant Building, will increase the flow of compressed air
revise budgets if
personal necessary* Iain's office. on the Station by 4,000 cubic feet per minute.

Along with two of the three old
MOST PEOPLE WANT to be thrifty even if they are not. Take

the Nary for example approximately 75: % of all Navy civilians air compressors which have been e'a:

f are participating in the Payroll Deduction Plan saving a part of retained, the total output of compressed -

their pay for inevitable future needs. At NSD, Clearfield all 5,000 MOVIES air will be 5,200 cubic feet

employees have been saving regularly ((100%) for the last 13 months. per minute, or an increase of. 3-

Hundreds of activities, thousand of our people everywhere are MAINSIDE 400 cubic feet per minute over the

enthusiastic about the Payroll Deduction Plan. If you are not saving old system
Tliurs., June i
money or if you are not using the Navy automatic deduction planyou're .
OperAtion Secret .... Cornel Wilde
missing the most successful and most convenient way to pro- This
Frl. June 5 new system should adequately -
videor the things you want most.
The Jazz Singer.... Danny ThomasSat. provide the required 100-
., June 6 pound air pressure for all necessary (This la the 18th in a series of

ThoSE OF YOU WHO are now investing your personal savingsin AU I DesireJt.Barbara StanwyckNA'rI'C functions on the station, including articles dealing with tw Government

U. S. Savings Bonds, tell your fellow worker who isn't, the lift itgives nter aviation overhaul tools at official)

a person to be free of the worries of debt and Insecurity. A Overhaul and
Thurs., June 4 Repair and in the
,thrifty person is a happy and more efficient employee because he is The Great Sioux hangar areas, maintenance machine -

not worried about his financial stability. His mind is free to con Uprising .............. Jeff Chandler shops and presses at the

centrate on his job and by so doing gets that promotion that goes to Fri., June 5 station laundry.The .
him who earns it and saves for it.
Operation Secret .... Cornel Wilde Power Plant has also installed -
That is the big reason the Navy is so interested in the sound personal
Sat, June 6 a special well for
thrift habits of its employees and military personnel for their
The Jazz Singer_..Danny Thomas air from the compressors. A control -
own self-interest and a stronger, harder-hitting Navy. I
NAVAL HOSPITAL panel will provide protection

Thurs., June 4 from overload.
Report Washington
Pride of St. Louis......Dan Dailey' .

FrI., June 5 In making the announcement of
Senate Passes Several More Bills
The Great Sioux the new installation; Lawrence R

Uprising ........., ? Jeff Chandler Boyer, Master Mechanic, said that

On DOD Legislative Program Sat..June 6 approximately 22! million cubic I

Operation Secret ... Cornel WildeR feet of compressed air ,
(lit Arm4 Forces iris Stryict) was
The Senate has passed several that henceforth its commanding the Station during the monthof

bills on the DOD legislative pro generals and commanding officers May. The old machines, in-

gram 'and they have been sent will be titled "commanders.. The R stalled when the Station was first JOHN A. HANNAH

to the House for further action. change was included in AFR 20-3 commissioned, could not possibly Assistant Secretary of Defense

They.are: which also said that the use of have met the increased production John A. Hannah, an educator,
holds one of the top roles in the
1. Repeal of the author Ity to "general" as in "adjutant general wbH needs. Defense .

purchase discharges from any of ; "judge advocate general" and ? The Power Plant Division also Department.
. "surgeon general" will be restricted provides electric Prior .to accepting his new postas
the services. power for the entire
2. Removal of the limitationson to Hq., USAF. Station and Dewey Park, assistant Secretary of Defense
for :Manpower and Personnel, he
the detail of officers for recruiting ijj : steam for heat and hot water
was President of Michigan
and ROTC duty. Gen. Wade 1L HJllp, U. S. A. for the reservation, operatestwo
University. He was nominated by
3. Authorization for the President Ret, former Army Vice Chief of sewage disposal plants and and
President Eisenhower Feb. 3
to determine the occasion Staff, addressed the WW II veterans refrigeration in the Cold Storage
sworn in Feb. 11.
upon which the uniform of any of the 10th Armored "Tiger Iory.Sv. Plant and provides water supply
Hannah national -
of the Armed Forces may be Division during their annual reunion for the Station, including all. the Secretary gained
educator -
recognition as an
worn by persons honorably discharged in Washington recently. The R F swimming pools.
and school administrator at
therefrom. 10th was the first unit of the late Lt. (jg) David W. Malvin is
Michigan State.Secretary .
S S Gen. George S. Patten's Third Army Utilities Superintendent
9 9e.o
chargeof Hannah ha served
Certain restrictions have been to cross the German border these operations. *
on a number of government agencies
J1tte.sJ. on overseas assignments for and was one of the first unit. '
4e* and eommiw lon in recent -
Army and Air\ Force men whose rushed to aid besieged Bastogne. Service From June '50

wives are natives of Japan or Ger e years.
'""'' Get You He is Chairman of the Boardof
many. Limitations on assignments Due to the new budgetaryand 3i Defense Medal

to foreign duty are being. personnel limitations on the Washington (AFPS-The) Directors of the Detroit Branch,
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago,
removed for men married to Japa Air Force, the base program is : -: tional Defense Service Medal has
and of

nese. However, German brides being realistically reviewed to .._.__-...........->_......m.......-... ._. been established to be awarded the Michigan was formerly Bell Telephone.a Co.
must have acquired American cltlrenehlp determine which' programmed all members of the
BEHEADED Never to Armed Born in Grand Rapids, Mich.,
before restrictions on their facilities can be postponed or roam Forces of the U. S.
is this headless four- who served Hannah
anymore Oct.
9, 1902, Secretary
eliminated at this time. The
husbands' assignment may be foot two-inch diamond back during any period between June state.
lifted. The changes arc contained AF has decided that the stra- rattler held by Harold Andry.k 27, 1950 and a terminal was educated in his home

tn messages to major commands tegic bomber base previously 0 W ski, AT3. Andrykowsklkilled be fixed by the date to lie received his Bachelor of Science

from the Army and Air Force, planned for Portsmouth-New- the deadly reptile with tense Each Service Secretary of De. degree from Michigan Statein

a ington, N. H., can be deleted his trusty hoe In a field adjacent its own will draw up 1923. He has since been awarded
to the Communications regulations
authorizing the
I Tn Air Fere+e bas announced from the present program. transmitter award of the medal. honorary doctorates in law,
humanities and agriculture.'age .


I ,

4 June 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

Civil Service -- [I Overseas- Per Diem Subsistence Cut $1.05 A Day In Many AreasBy --I :

'Jobs ListedTwo .
( request here I* .0 more overseas allowances for 8ubelslence TIIESE MEN will now draw France-varies depending upon I
local Civil Service position complete report on last for enlisted personnelin the lesser allowance! which is location. Paris goes from I
line with their allowancesin $3.30 to $2.25.
vacancies have been an uxek'it notice of cut t ON 6tx'r- provided for enlisted personnel
nounced the U.S.." the Department Great Britain-In most areas,
plus othersin
numerous with when
dependents a
EM government
seas< diem.
overseas areas.' Here are list per explained The allowances paidto mess Is not availablein $1.80 to $0.75; London, $2.35 to i:
Washington (AFI'S)-A cut ,
of positions available. officers and single enlisted the area. $1.30.
of $1.05 a day in station per personnel were not changed North Africa (Casablanca,
NAS Cecil Field-Supervisory Net effect is cut
a monthly
diem subsistence( allowances for since they are already. comparable Nouasseur, Rabat, /ind Sale)-
, Fiscal Accountant, GS-7, $4205 enlisted to those paid In the U.S. averaging $31.50 for men with $3.40 to $2.35; Sidi Sllmane, I
per annum. many men serving dependents in areas in which
Enlisted men principally( affected $2.95 to $1.90.Philippines .
NAS Jax-Engineering Drafts overseas with their dependentshas are Chose with dependents government messes are avail (except RI I z a 1

man, GS-6, $3,795 per annum. been announced by the De who have drawn extra allowances able. Examples of the adJust- Province)-$2.70 to $1.65.

Naval Base Philadelphia tense Department.The when government ment are as follows: Riial I Province $2.80 to ;

Quarterman forger, drop in steps change will become messes are available in areas ALASKA-$2.40 to $1.35. 175. .t;

one through three. effective July 1, as the resultof such as Alaska, Newfoundland, Newfoundland $1.80 to Puerto Rlco-12.25 to 120. 1/,/

PhilippineSProperty: Clerk, a periodical review of travef Canada, France, Great Britain $0.75.. Saudi Arabia-$4.55 to $3.50.

GS-7; Supervisory storekeeper, and station allowances Iceland, North Africa the Philippines Canada (except Ft. Churchill The allowances will be reduced -

GS-7. TilE PURPOSE of the ad- ( Puerto Rico and Saudi and Newfoundland) $1.05to by a change to the joint

Alaska, Greenland, Iceland I justment is to, "bring total Arabia. nothing travel regulations. \.

Azores, France, French Morroc- t (
-- -- -- ---- ----
co-At least 25 Engineering pos {ti

itions (mechanical, civil, electrical Lcdr. Garrettson \\1;

construction)), ranging from Y

GS-9$10, GS-15, $5,060 per annumto ji Bids Farewell As iJ

More information can be obtained Tour ClosesThe
Jitai4 l
from the Industrial He/ ;;

lations department, Building 907. man with the masterstroke f '
i > (This is' the first in a tenet of : :
has departed the Na-
articles containing, tIIIe %latest voting i
\fal Air Station.
Wheeler Garners 'information in accordance ; ) 1:
The Station, and civilian employees -
with change No. 3 of DA Pam- C kM
here, lost a top championlast
Honor Man Role phlet 50, XavPers 15850C, AF
week when Lcdr. Charles L.
Pamphlet 34-5-1C, and change No.
Garrettson, Industrial Relations
3 of CO Personnel Circular 852.
At AE SchoolFollowing officer since November 1951, was
It applies to Service personnel, t
transferred to inactive duty.
: in the of dependents residing with Service
Best known for the many Sta
his brother, who served In the personnel and U. S citizens attached tion-wide projects successfully

Navy dining: World War II, William to, and serving: with, U. S. -1-- completed by IRD under his
Armed Forces beyond the continental (
E. Wheeler, AEAA, didn'thesitate
aggressive guidance,.J #dr. Gar-
limits of the U. 8.)
when it came to makinga rettson 'advocated
choice of services In July 1952. Eleven states will hold state -... .. -.-......-_-- Ideas to serious applying novel .
and/or local elections during the ENDS DUTY TOUR-Civilian employees bade farewell last campaigns to
Last week Wheeler was hailed summer and fall of 1953. Friday to Lrdr. Charles L. Garrettson, for the past 19 months Industrial win the attention and cooperation -
&a honor student Relations oficer at of "AH "
1 I speaking, Armed NAS. Many programs involving em- Hands.
in the Aviation Generally ployees and all hands were successfully accomplished by Indus THE ENTIRE Station i was
Forces personnel l and civilians officially trial Relations department under Lcdr. Garrettson's 'guidance
attached to, and serving Here Paul Chapman (left) president of the Employees Association, aroused and puzzled by the
School at with, the Armed Forces of the accompanies Lcdr. Garrettson on his final tour of the Overhaul "SABWODI" slogan which ap .
NATTCenter. United States will not be able to and Repair department. peared in March 1952. This "Sug \ t

He has vote in person if stationed out For Loans After May 5 ---- Best A Belter Way Of Doing It"f;-
been assignedto '
aide their home states. Laws In theme produced dividends, how- (

the NavalAir most states, however, 'provide for eve r. Beneficial .suggestions i I.

-.....-.- ? Station, voting by absentee. ballot for Service GI Home Loan Interest adopted by the Station during '
personnel. 1952 will save the Navy department
son, Kan., for
Wheeler In many cases, servicemen and $245,977.31 annually Cash

duty.Wheeler women will return to their home awards to employees that same

Wheeler of, Lucasville son of ,:Mr Ohio,Samuel scored states upon completion of their Rate Upped To 4 % period amounted to $7,670.50,

service requirements and therefore an average award of $36.70
a mark of $87.22 for the
He it a graduate of :McDermott course. it is to their advantage to Increase of one-half percent In the maximum allowable interest "Operation S-lf-A-R-Ij (Safety,

School take part in the state and local rate on GI home loans guaranteed by the VA has been officially an Housekeeping, Attendance, Re
High entering the Navy
shortly after graduation. He at elections at home.Information nounced. This action raised the rate from 4% to 4i! %; duced Waste and Improved Pro
concerning the first I duction)" was put into effect
tended boot at The new *V4% interest rate will
camp Bainbridge, .
two states holding elections of any last June, and long with theDon't
Md., and later ANP( ) School at be permissible only for GI loans
kind during the summer and fall I TilE GRATUITY payments will i Be Haaalf Safe" cam.
Norman, Okla.Navy closed after May 5, 1953, the effective -
of 1953 Is as follows: date of the change. The new remain at 4% as previously. Instead paign adopted in July, personnelhere
CONNECTICUTTowns of applying these paymentsto became safety conscious .
ruling does not affect the rightsof
Wives cities and boroughs will reduce the principle amount of both on and off the job.
any veteran who has a contract -
hold elections on varying! dates. the loan, the lender and the vet- EVERY EFFORT was made
or a firm commitment from
End Regional (Schedule can be obtained from a lender to make a loan at a low eran may now also apply the gra during this period to better the
local I A E offices) Service person er rate. tuity in other ways, for example, 1951 safety record on the station
nel may obtain'ballots by mailingthe to pay the first two or three installments which had earned the two 4

ConventionDelegates Federal Post Card Application cers in most municipalities will be I on the loan, or to pay top Navy Safety Awards, one I

to town, city or borough clerk i at held June 2, 1953. Application for I all or part of the first year's taxes for Industrial safety and one for
from Norfolk to Key place of Conn. residence ballots by the Federal Post Card and insurance. motor vehicle safety Over four
West gathered last week in Jax
MISSISSIPPIThe Application may be made at any With the removal of credit con- million work hours were com
for the southeast regional Navy general election for mayors, time to City or County Registrar trols it is now permissible for vet pleted without a lost time acci

:Wives Convention.! members of Boards of Aldermen (Next Week: Kentucky& and erans to obtain GI home logins dent.

Starting with a luncheon Tues and other municipal or local offl- Virginia) with no down payment and witha During i Lcdr. Garrettson'stour

day, the convention was climaxed repayment term \Jp. to 30 of' duty here, many other

with a gala banquet. Follow years, however, the lender makes "firsts" were instigated. Two

ing the banquet, the group was the decision as to the terms of classes have successfully com-

entertained with dancing and the loans'it makes. pleted a course in Engineered

singing. The gathering closed Performance Standards. A char-

with a business meeting at the r. IN THE PAST, veterans have ter was petitioned and granted
:Navy Wives Club house iii n
been advised to submit their discharge for a Jax Navy Federal Credit

Dewey Park. or separation papers to the Union, an Organization sponspr-

A commendation for outstand- lending Institutions making the ed by Industrial Relations, and ;

ing work of the local Navy Wives loan. Veterans are now advisedto now operating independently.

club was delivered by Teresa apply to advance for Certificate IN ADDITION to supervisingmany

Braxton, southeast regional vice- of Eligibility. Under new other continuing programs:

president. procedures this will reduce delays under the auspices of IRD, Lcdr.

Honored guests at the conven- in processing the loan applicationslater. Garrettson served on civilian

tion included Capt. Edwin R. ., and military boards, acted as advisor

Peck, NATTCenter commanding VA must now have informationnot to organized employee

officer, and Mrs. Peck; Comdr. previously needed to establish groups, was Chairman of the Ex

James H. Armstrong, NAS ex eligibility, such as, whether the hibits Committee for the 1953

ecutive officer, and Mrs. Arm- veteran served in WW II or since Navy Charity Carnival, and

strong; Comdr. and Mrs.. Lewis r the start of the Korean conflict, served as Chairman of the House

Sims, and Chaplain Robert Elliott ry or both; what prior use of his loan Committee for the Officers'

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NATTCenter. BMHMVHmHP* *tth. *W KKrvWWf 5W WMWV--n w-w "- 7mr I guarranty benefits, If any, has Club.

CONVENTIONEERS June Hoover (left, Lt. (Chaplain) I been made; the status of any priorGI He will resume his position as ,
Modern woman has been tried Robert Humphries and Mrs. Burnham C. McCaffree, wife of the loans, and whether the veteran Field Director
NAS commanding officer, judge the scrapbooks submitted by units i
and found wanting everything of the Southeast Regional Navy Wives Association at their convention still owns real estate purchuedwith tions, with a cement firm In Allentown .
under the sun. held In lax last week. any such loan*. l Pa.

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Y Treat Casualties White On Leave

+., Two Corpsmen 'Johnny On

v't' The Spot' During TornadoAlthough

It in the past couple of weeks

watchstanders have' been unableto the devastating tor '
obtain beauty deep during the i nadoes which struck Alabama were shopping in the town of
Auburn Ala. when the
day, it is ,because the barrackshas and Georgia recently is old news worst ofthe'
been under renovation. The Aka to some people it' still remains came; Thinking of his

cry of "man aboard" is, an ex sharp in the. memory of those family back in LaFayette, Cole

peeled daily .call over the P.A. A : who, lived through it.. decided that they should try to

Bj'stem, as the ganders become .., And out of this devastation has make it back as so n's 'possi!
2 ble.
busily engaged in giving the decks ,. come many stories of bravery '
a new face. In due time com,* Lf people, who when the chips were Before ,Jirik'and. Cole could

parative peace will reign. down, met this emergency with make their way out of town,'

After long awaited anticipation >: :' Lw all the courage their souls could they were flagged down by a

the opening of Waves Barracks ( ; muster. pedestrian and asked if they

723 has finally become a reality. One of these belattd reports would help to extricate an elderly -

The trials and tribulations of mov- of people who responded in lady from beneath some

,_... :.'Lt::.: :.(; two Naval : wreckage. This the pair did
from involves
ing one barracks to anotheris .........:.<$.': ;....i.:'. '.' : i.t :'.':' : .< .:-' .4 emergency I ,
well known to many a Waveon Air Station men, CharlesE. I tending to her fractures and_
this station. BACK AT ROUTINE-It's back at work again at the NAS Jirik IIM3 and Walter W. I lacerations.
Infirmary for Charles E. Jirik, IIM3 (standing), who along with I
S C Cole HM3 of the NAS Infir Jirik and Cole decided
another corpsman, Walter Cole HM3, were" really "Johnny on the re.
There ban been much scurryingback Spot" while on' leave in Alabama recently Caught in the middleof mary. main in town and do anything

and forth between barracks the now famous tornado sweep, the two stayed in Auburn Ala. Both men were on weekend they could to help. A local In.
long "rnourh to administer first aid to a dozen injured
and Innumerable made persons. liberty in Cole's home town of firmary served
trips with as an emergency
Here Jirik is performing part of his routine on a patient at the '
each girl wondering, as she puffs Infirmary ? I LaFayette Alabama. The twoVF.43 hospital where the two

with her load, how so much gear men treated over a dozen casualties
and knl'-ktiflcks could possibly ;: before doctors arrived.
I VF-102, VC-62. Fasron Six. VJ-2 Report
have been accumulated.
After they felt that they had

Viewing this I procession, one done all they could the two local -

notes with amusement the various Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons corpsmen returned home at

eights-a tall hefty girl carry LaFayette to find that the

ing a fluffy pick toy dog andlinen VF.UCongratulations town had not been in the path

under her arm and a wee are in. order weather" rubber stamp for pre AMC was transferred to Fleet of the ,twister.

Wave (Ripple) attempting to tote for eight men of VF43. The following dicting daily temperatures.The Air Wing 11 for further transfer Cole has since been trans'erred .

her mattress. Where oh where l were advanced to the : squadron spaces were ringIng to VP-34 in Trinidad. Carl to NROTC preparatory

are all those men-any other day dicated rate. Ivan D. Irvin in-I; with felicitations for Supply F. Quandt AFt and Gabriel N. school at Bainbridge Md. for

they would, be parked on the Joel H Paul, AD2; Albert officer Ens. Maylander, when he Katona AF3 are TAD to Ains- further transfer to NROTC at

quarterdeck or front porch haunt. lagan, "J" Wayne Murray and received promotion to the rankof mat Specialities Inc., at Syosset I Auburn. Jirik hopes to study

ing the place but on the day one Edward T. O'Dwyer Jr. to AE3's; Lt. (jg) last week. An oversize Long Island. I premed at the University of

could,. u&e.a strong aim, they are Darwin V. Powell AK3; JamesA. pair of shoulder boards were Herbert Gold, AF2 is TAD to I Minnesota when his tour of dutyis

no where to be seen. Smith, AM3 and David A. prepared to adorn the massive NATTU Pensacola. Donald A. over. He hails from Minne

Peters, AT3. I frame of "The Rock". Roberts, AMI reported from apolis.

Even though, the new barracks Comdr. Noel Bacon and his Port Lyautey French Morn co.
Five men reported to the third consecutive month. The
is still not
completely ready
wife Betty have departed for Alfred Chrisman AK1, from
be long before it has that"livedin" squadron during May. The welcome squadron edged VF-82 by a
Europe on an all paid Fleet Air Unit at
expense Quonset Point
look. It is a delight. mat was unrolled for Wil- single point having 138.3% toVF82's
tour which they recently won. R. I.; James E. Lowe, ATAN
lam H. 1IM2 who
ful comparison to the barren IJarper, reported 137.3%.
jcdr.. Howard Skidmqre,. squad- comes aboard from N A T T C,
style of living which is prevalentin aboard from U. S. Naval } : Being released to the inactive
ron exec will assume the skip.per's Memphis Tenn.
most barracks. Ammunition Depot, Hastings, reserve status tomorrow is Rob
Okla. Robert E. SA duties., New officers reporting aboard
; Peterson ert W. Doylestown
Engard AMS1
Much to the consternations of -
Wedding bells rang last week were Lt. Kay L. Kyle and Lt.
Waves in Barracks 723, there reported Receiving Station for Charles E. Sevigny AN who Burna D."Levi Jr Pa., plans to enter the University
Norfolk, Va. while Donald E.
seems to be ardent male 4Fasron of Florida "September
many left on leave in such a )furry we *
admirers on this station who per- Hebeler, AMAA and Richard E. were unable to obtain the name Six where he will study to be an ar-
Stroupe from
list in calling on them by breaking came of his bride. Results of ComAirLant's Edu hitect.:

in the rear exits of the barracks Norman Okla.; James C. The personnel diary fat cational James C. Warren SA, and
was program for the monthof
Roach PHAN in from
at unreasonable hours. Denis L. Banta AN received orders -
NATTU Pensacola. this week with arrivals and de I April were released recently .
While the glib enjoy having the S partures. Joseph M. Mallette, with Fasron Six on top for theVF32's to begin a normal tour of
boys visit them, they would appreciate shore duty. Warren's new: station -
a formal entranceby is U. S.'Naval Mine Counter-
mode Ashore for duty once again
using the front entrance and .f measures Station Panama City
after six weeks in the Caribbeanare while
Banta has been
calling at a reasonable hour. This
officers and men of VF-102 to CIC Officers
has been a source of annoyanceto School Glen-
who were aboard the USS Ben- view
111.Three .
the Waves on the Petty Officer ,
nington for training exercises. 2Y.
men checked in for duty
watch: who, consequently are rout.
ed out of bed to go to the defenseof Currently recovering from last week after serving on board
her shipmates. It is to be burns received aboard the Ben. the USS Monterey (CVL-26).

noted as a word of warning to nington during the recent boiler The trio includes. Willard H.

the offenders-anyone attemptingto explosion are Edwin L. Miller Brown, SN; Archie W. Wood, SN,

break In the Waves Barracks AN and Wallace M. Greer SN. r and Richard B. Maul SN Jack

will be apprehended and punished. I Both men are expected to returnto Layer SN, reported off the USS

the squadron in a short time. Midway (CVA-41)),

Thirteen VF-102 men were advanced There were a few changes

Blood Ban in rate on May 16, including made in the standings of the

two new first class petty Veteran's Bowling League last

Box Score officers, Roy E. Lumry ADI and W,. week. Fasron Six went from

No. Quota P'r.S'h. Edward M. English AT!. Second third to second spot after defeat-
class PO's are Theodore R. Kruh- u ing Mid
Met cent State Steel & Wire Co.

Cecil Field ........ 115 35 233,3 min AD2; Donald G. Jones, AD2; -----.,. I twice. Ed Nehls again paced the

Security......... IS 9 180,0NATFC Alven A. Whitman AD2; CurtisL. 'E" IIOLDERS- s'inners of seven out of a possible q I attack with 505: for the three-

....._...190 211 111.0 Swenson CS2 and Oscar P. eight Navy "E's" in flight gunnery practice! this foursome dubbed game and 204 for the highest individual -.

Fla... Mil Dlst... 5' 5 100.0 Pritchard YN2. "Coleman Cougars", claimed one-half of the "E's" for their score. Jim Manno had
Other wearing their squadron; VF32. Left to right are, Lt. (Jg
men now ) Robert Roth Lt. second high for three
Commun. .._.. 3 3 100.0 Coleman score
Joseph Ensign Mlschke
first PO stripes are Robert Ashley and Lt. Richard
Marine Bar. ..., 3 3 100.0 Hartlgan. games with 503.

Dental .........M.... 1 1 100.0 AD3; Thomas L. Mueller Play in the Men's City Softball -

IRD .................. 1 1 100.0 AD3; Robert A. Nantz AE3; WilLiam Four Of 'Coleman's League Friday saw Bolena
A Simpson AT3; John O Cougars'Win
Sup. Be Fiscal.. 26 23 88.4 Construction Co. hand Fasron
Gr. Cove Spr... 30 22 73.3 Crabill AOU3 and Eddy L. Bowers Six its 7th straight defeat 71.

Operations ....14 10 71,4Res YNT3. 7 of 8 Possible 'EVThe In Squadron intramural athletics -

Fleet _...75 49 65.3: Shipping over for another six last week Fasron's chiefs
is Wylie L. Driskell, AMC.VC first aerial gunnery exercises the exercises
Public sYorks 25 U M.O years held recently at downed the officers 15-14 at
0&R. 90 M M.5 held in the Navy's new Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. All Wright Field. Totals for the

Medical........... 2 1 50.0 -62 .Cougar jets resulted in the four of the men scored above brass were 14-15-6 while the

Admin. ............ 5 2 40.0 VC-62's Midway detachment, winning of seven out of a pos.. minimum standards at both Chiefs had 15113. Stan Krzeso-
recently returned from the Med, sible eight "E" awards by four 15,000 and 25,000 feet. wiak AMC
Naval Hoe ...... 18 5 31.2 was the winning
is receiving undivided attentionof men of Fighter Squadron 32 The first division to receive pitcher.
NARTU .......... 7 2 28.5
other squadron personnel as at ,NAS Cecil Field. 100 hours
ComFairJax _.128 33 25.1 per pilot in the 0 4VJ2

FAW-l,1 ..........43 11 215.4 the men relate tales'of adventure Headed by Lt. Joseph Coleman awept-wing j Jet. Coleman's

Special Serv 4 1 2:5.0': and intrigue in foreign ports.A the four "Coleman Cou. Cougars include Lt. (jg) Robert Weather Squadron Two adds

Engineers _...14 (0 0.0 I rash of "crew cuts" have appeared gars" accounted for half of the Roth Lt. (jg) Richard four new members-to the,squadron e'"
in the squadron as the Atlantic Fleet Air Force Hartigan and. Ens. Gayland roster. A welcome
AIM __...._ IS 0 0.0 hearty
weather man broke out his "hot "E"s won by the squadron in Mischke.
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TillS IS HOW HE DID IT!-Demonstrating .
BlindedContinued '
with models, Lt. Al V. li i CI 122 MORE LDOs '
Barber of Fighter Squadron 3%, ti 1/I
( from Pate 1)) shows how, during a thunder storm, Y V :xdLX1 JK\ ,, 1111 in IM The total number of LDOs {

the Antietam, with its many Innovations he made a night carrier landing with in the Navy has been increased ,a
including an angled) the new Cougar jet. lie thus became
the first man in the fleet to land to more than 1,100 by ':
flight deck, has only) half as aboard a flattop at night with the
selection board who
a Navy
many arresting wires as other swept-wing F9F-6. i

carriers. ': ",,,.,>,. ;;" '.:::':" .....,...''IW'd. !!':!8Irm.! ,_, ,, r picked 122 Regular Navy war-
Failing to engage the last wire <;'::r:;; ; > w rants and chiefs and POls for .

by only three feet on his second (Find relaxation with good booksat appointments as limited duty

attempt, Lt. Barber circled, madea the Station Libraries locatedat I officers The new selectees will

third landing, successfully Malnnlde, Building S and :S"T- be given permanent rank of ;

"picked up a wire" and was pulled TCenter, Building 563.) ensign. q

to a stop. He jumped out of June! ,Let'. consider the Cora

the cockpit a distinguished pilot nation, which doesn't happen often .

-the first to land the Cougar and wedding bells which hap- PO-oftheWeekHonors

..jet. on a carrier at night.. pen anytime but are popularly
I, "I was tickled", said Lt. Bar- rung off the rope in June. We take At Center

ber, "to get the opportunity to be advantage)>f that to ,call to your

the first to fly the Cougar aboard attention reading which should Go To PoteatThis

'1 carrier at night, even if it was help prepare for them and to keep

under adverse conditions. I'm I the echo in joyous memories. ( la the sixth 'in a new Pff. ntyOfieer.odhe.Week

looking i forward to landing Five History Of The Coronation: .
aboard the next one." Squadrons Ten Pilots From Book Of The Coronation Two illustrated 'the Naval Air Technical ;

I I I books explain the historical Center),
'Quick Citizenship'Deal Board Carrier VA-1S Quality In details and symbolism. of the Joining the Navy on a

Explained For Toss BombingIn event II cruise ended shortly, L.before Poteat training"w
DeploymentTwo Atom At Spitfire: No one believes Billy ,
According the immigrationand recent toss bombing ex- continued his NaVal
.the Captain who has reasonto
naturalization'service, the weeks extensive trainingfor ercises, VA-15 qualified more Russians to place two more enlistments.
"quick" citizenship for alien, than other attack suspect plan
shipboard life came to a close any is master-at-arms at :
atom bomb in the midst of the
wives of military personnel is last Saturday for officers and men squadron in the Atlantic Fleet an Poteat took his boot
Coronation Naval Review. A suspense
no quicker for those than, for of five Fleet Air Jax squadrons as Ten squadron pilots made .
yarn with a good share of"itcouldhappen" at Great Lakes \
many other segments of the U.S. boarded carrier for
they a over- the grade in the newest type imagination, and was as-
population, seas deployment bombing done by naval air
signed to NAS. ,
Young Bet, Captive Prince:
The "special" naturalization Fighter Squadrons 12, 13, 14, craft. They were Lt. George Atlanta, Ga. He
books which the
The two inspired
benefits are allowable under Sec-- and Attack Squadron 15 of Car- Muiihead, Lt Francis Bacon, attendedAE

tion 319B( ) of the new Immigration rier Air Group One, plus Fighter Lt. Francis Sullivan, Lt. (jg) current movie. (A) School

law The provisions apt Squadron 101 of Air Group 10 Ward Whitten, Lt. (jg) Bob. B core You Marry, When You here in 1947

Ply "equally to all employees of comprised the contingent. Home Roth, Lt. (jg) Bob McMillen, Marry: Two books by two very and 1 later ,AE

government including service I based at NAS Cecil Field, the Lt. (jg) George Carlton, Lt. successful counselors. Based on (C) School In I
people, and other citizens whose!! questions most frequently asked
squadrons underwent complete (jg) Charlie Peters, Ens. Sam lost to speclalPoteat.
work requires them to be abroadfor by thoughtful people contemplating
briefing, and other necessary preparations Cowan and Ens. James Do- ize in instrument Installation.
extended periods of time. to herty. marriage. R
prior departure.
lie served at Argentla, New
Pilots of one of the squadrons, The aerial ordnance maneuvers Marriage\ In What You Make It: foundland, with Fasron 106, a mul-

VF-101, have chalked up 32 Individual were conducted over "There never was a marriage like ti-englne patrol squadron and I
"E's" since commissioning nearby Spencer Target yours" By. that first chapterheading
range. later, in 1948-50, with Fasron Six
in May of last year. Duringthe you know Dr. Popsnoe at Jax He went 9x11 of the service .1 f
has in mind. He has written
past year they added other you in June, 1948, but reenlisted ''i,
SALTY HUMOR FROM laurels by gaining an excellent in VG62 Makes' several books; all sound, helpful after 29 days. He reenlisted on ,.II

HERE AND THERE gunnery and rockets at 15,000 and advise his,third hitch in November, 1952: ,

25,000 feet. Second Visit Three To Get Married The and was assigned!!!! to NATTCenler. ,

.. The lady of the house was In March of '53, VF-101 Joined well-known author of Peace of ,, 'II.;yt:

showing the new maid about the with other squadrons for a cruiseto Soul writes of marriage. The Poteat Is married and his wife 1

premises. As they walked into NAF Leelward Point, Guantanamo To IndustryAs spiritual plane of his message in Audrey, and daughter, two-year- .,

the she said, 'This Cuba and later boarded no way separates it from consid- old Susan live In Jax.
dining room, Bay, their second in a series of ... ;4II'
/ table back to and erations of dally living. -
dining room goes the USS Coral Sea FDR }
instructional visits to various in-
Louis the Fourteenth." for night qualification flights Marriage\ Is A Serious Business: '
dustries in this area, VC-62 recently -
106 Service 'Brats' In
That's nothin'.Mnterrupted the I I New York's Little Church Aroundthe ,
viewed the facilities of
maid, "my whole living room set Corner has .long been a favorite Middle; Graduating Class ,
," the 'King Edward Cigar Co., in
goes back to Sears the 15th." Jax Beach Stages Jacksonville.The wedding chapel. .Dr. Ray has Annapolis, Md. (AFl'S)-The \

counseled as well as married many current class at the
plant, the largest cigar graduating, J
Wolf: .A big dame hunter. A Talent Contests couples. His book is like a friendly U.S. Naval Academy contains '
factory under one roof in the
guy who enjoys life, liberty and The Recreation department of world, employs 2,500 local citizens visit. 106 midshipmen of its 026 total
the happiness of pursuit. Jacksonville Beach is sponsor- who out Navy Wife, and Welcome who are sons of Armed Forces :1 '
turn 2,000,000
Poise: Ability to keep talking ing a series of amateur talent stogies daily. Aboard: Two books prepared for personnel. _

while the other man picks up the contests, beginning Friday, June the serviceman's wife. Beyond the .
VC-62 factory
was greeted by a
check.: 5 at 2000. and [
representative and conducted engagement wedding etiquetteare .,
Alimony: The high_cost of leav- Staged in ,the municipal band throughout the plant. At the- hints on finance, what and ,

ing. shell, the contests will be held how to buy for each new home
end of the visit
personnel were
Suicide \blonde: Dyed by her every Friday night through presented with samples of thecompany's (you'll probably have many!) obligations

own hands. June. Winners will compete for privileges, clothes, en-

Hangover: Something to occu- handsome prizes. product.'*> tertainment and a whole list of

py a head that wasn't used the All service personnel in' the Patient: "I dream every night items any couple would find use-

night before. Jacksonville area are invited to about baseball." ful but which are invaluable to C ; __
participate in the contests."I Doctor: "Don't you ever dream the service couple. .
Commander Jones was tellingthe
about something* else girls, for I .
guests of his remarkable abili
don't think I look 30, do example 1"Patient .e1
ty as an explorer and hunter. Slash In EM /
you? : "What and miss
"On occasion he rumbled '
one f5.000TII Y
dear turn at bat "
"Not any more, my ?
"I suddenly came face to face Clothing Due l :
with an enormous lion. I had (

never before seen such a huge Iz i

beast. lie stood only a few feet July 1st

from me and was the perfect picture

of ferocity. a b Effective_ July 1, new clothing :j

"He roared; I fired; I hit him price tags for enlisted Navy, Ma- .
right between the yours." rine Corps and Coast Guard per :
One of the guests asked, "Yours, sonnel will be placed on the books.In ,>

what's. yours?" order to prevent personnel from .

Said the Commander: "I'll havea going on a buying spree on items

whiskey and soda" The guest that are scheduled for increase,
treated. Defense Department'otnclals de-

S r clined tQ'say which clothing items

Where did you get the black would go up or down.
eye? The new prices i will reflect 7d

I was out with Roger's old girl. changes in clothing procurementcost.

Yes, but the black eye? Officials said that the new .. ,,,YS
Roger's a liar. prices would result in changes in

the basic uniform allowances. DOUBLE CHARM-Radiating

'How are you this morning?" Clothing prices took a 15 to 20 as brightly under the Nevadasun
"All right." percent drop last July 1. as an A-bomb blast, the
Better Picture contest winners
"Well, ought to notify The drop in clothing prices last
1 you your ----- -- ---- -- : show why they were named.
:, face" GRADUATE-Sgt. Martin Fernberg, the 5,000th graduate July resulted in corresponding cuts Delores Frazzlna (left) won in
v s from Aviation Ordnance School (A) at Naval Air Technical .in the Initial clothing allowances the professional class and
Center is congratulated by Capt. Edwin R. Peck, commanding
Training Jackie Johnson in the amateur.
I given to new recruits and In
Courtship makes a man ,
officer of the Center. Fernberg was a member of the The string- it's a measuring-
matrimony make him fork over. class graduated from the school last Friday monthly maintenance allowances. device.

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Bill Scarbrough's victory in the San Jose Invitation Golf *

Tournament last week \vasanother_ feather in the cap of

Jax Navy athletes, who have acquired a habit of., winning II!

against local competition in any and r.ll sports with regularity -

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Of the six station golfers entered in the first annual 11 : .

event, four came back with trophies. Lou Chaff garneredthe

First Flight toga while Bob Goetz and Erwin Scott fin- CAGERS RECEIVE LETTERS-Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree. CO of NAS lax, congratulate
coach Frank McCaffrey for the fine record compiled by the 1952-53 Jax Navy hardwood squad.
ished fourth and fifth, respectively, in the Class A Cham- The Fliers won 22 and lost only eight. Present at the ceremony and receiving: awards were (left to I
pionship bracket. / I right) Lcdr. p, I. Culbertson, NATTCenter Special Services officer: Ward Weisel, Bob Grabai.
Capt. McCaffree! Coach McCaffrey, Roger Stelma, Bob Reinhardt, Ed Burgoyne and Lcdr. Richard
Donahue, NAS Special Services officer. Tom Ned .
Kneeling are Joe Lister and ,
Weather conditions throughout the four days of the ----

tourney were more than favorable with the possible excep- Slate/ Practice For' '
Dual' Cinder
tion of a blistering sun which blanketed the 6,049 yard lay- Tankmen Quantico Pins

out during the final round Sunday. Varsity
Tryouts for the Jax Navy

Scarbrough: was merely an also ran after the first varsity swimming team are be- Loss On Surprised FliersDespite
ing daily, Monday
day of play, receiving mention along with Goetz as
through Friday, at the Indoor !
one of the few in the field of 243; who broke par figures. Pool, Building 614. Coaches II double first-place victories by Ed Scott, Bob

But after the second day the big fellow was the talk Bob Rogers and Dick White Brautigam and Len Kehl}, Jax Navy's always dangerous

of the tournament as he overtook the favored Dan invite all personnel interestedin thinclads lost a dual track meet to the Quantico Marines,

Sikes and never relinquished the margin.In participation to report any 79 2/3 to 511 /3, at Quantico last Wednesday.A .
time of the day.Raiford. combination of air sickness
feet, 6Vi' inches.
all there only sub-par rounds recorded and late arrival, plus surprisingly
were seven For the most i I
part, winning
strong entries of the Marines in
four by Scarbrough. "However, I think the NAS courseIs times were comparatively slow.
H ltsTigers' the middle distance events, led to
harder than San Jose," mused'the delighted Invitational the Fliers' downfall. It was the Scott was clocked in 10.2 seconds

"There isn't breather the entire station in the century while he needed(
champ. a on first defeat sustained by Jax Navyin
Win 22.4 to the
only cop furlong.
course. dual service competition In two
years. Quantico scored sweeps in the

1 Acknowledging the prowess of Sikes, 1953 City cham Skien At SixRaiford In the season's opener for the mile run and the two-mile run

pion and a member of the University of Florida links team locals, March 28, Quantico was with Doc Warner the winner in

Scarbrough commented, "He's one of the finest golfers I've' Prison snapped the Jax I tamed 71 1/3 to 59 2/3, but the both. 'Warner ate up the mile in
Navy Tigers' win streak at six Leathernecks reversed the deci. 4:27.3: while 'h! was clocked in
ever played against. He must definitely be regarded as a straight last Saturday with a resounding slop by an almost identical score 10:12.8 for twice the distance.QUANTICO /to

game opponent in any kind of competition." 15-11 victory, cut short on their home oval. S e .

at eight innings because of a time S e QUIPS "Doc"

Of his own game, Scarbrough averred, "Missed limit. SCOTT WON BOTH dash events Muckerheide, on the return plane

only three tee shots the entire tounament. My irons The local colored nine has now while Brautigam placed first in trip from Quantico, asked the pilot "

were responding favorably and I guess I was one of won seven of 10 this season with the shot put and discus. Kehl to go slow past a Drive-In mo-

the few golfers who was making, short putts/ two of the reversals coming at captured the broad jump and tied vie so he could see the picture .
the hands of Raiford. Saturdaythe for the pole volt at 12 feet, 8>';' Matt Miller, team trainer, spottedthe

It was the carpet game which lowered Scott, first man Tigers will vie with the EastSide inches, a pew Quantico field record coin George Washington threw

Travelers of Jax, and Sundaythe across the Potomac. "But it was
on the local varsity and another pre-tourney favorite, into
Jacksonville Dodgers are the Bill Cutler, a newcomer to the only a nickle," he averred .
the number five position in final standing Scott carded
a local ranks, annexed a victory in at
foe. Both games are slated for Paper bags were a premium on
297, 16 strokes off the pace set by Scarbrough. City diamonds. the high jump with a leap of 5 the northward flight when the

feet, 10 inch .. Reliable Marv plane bounced around in the downdrafts -
Into the eighth Inning, Raiford
"Scotty three putted quite a few greens which sur- I held an imposing 15-4 margin, but Peterson displayed his usual prow. over the Potomac .

prised me," added Scarbrough. "He's usually a very good the Tigers used home runs by ell in the javelin to win at 182 The pole vault renewed an old
putter Could have been' a different story \\tt he'd been on, Bobby Joe Cole, Johnny Freemanand the Tigers used a walk to Boots feud between Len Kehl of Jar

'cause he. was hitting the ball off the tee as :well as anyone Tom "Jinx" Laney to produce Brown, Cole's single and a double Navy and Jim Floyd of the Marines -

." seven tallies and narrow the count. by Laney to send across what The pair competed against
Sunday at Sanford the Tigers proved to be the tying* and winning each other in the Big Seven con
) edged the Panthers, 3.1, for their marker "Fats" Washing ference tournaments-Kehl as A

I In the course of hand-to-hand combat between a seventh victory of the campaign. ton singled in the Tigers' fifth, member of Nebraska University'steam .
"Poor Devil" Garrett went the distance stole second and came home on and Floyd representing Kansas
Japanese soldier and a Marine during World War II, '
for the victory. Drift Felton's two-baser to add
the Leatherneck stepped. back and yelled, "Heh, where Trailing 1-0 after two frames, aji insurance run. BBSUI.TK
100-yard Dash-Won by Scott (Jax):
you from? f Marbury (Quan), second; Harris
: 2s R (Quart.), third Time: 102 second
The Nip promptly retorted"Yokohama" Mlle I Run-Won by Warner (Juan):
11 : N ,, Llndgren (Quan.). second; BenefleldQuan.
And came back the reply, "What are we fighting L. Y ; ( .), third Time: 4:37.2.:
440-yard Dash Won by Penl r:
for I'm from Tulsa" fQuan.); White (Jax), second; Jones
(Jax), third. Time: 51.9 seconds.
130-yard High, Hurdles-Won by Pat-
III.. ton (Quan.): Ixnile (( cortd!
.. : 4.31 i ,fir AnY Hammann (Sax),'ilme: 149
Beginning# the week of June 8th, free swimming instructions its: seconds.
880-yard Run Won by Haworth
will be given at the Indoor Pool, Building 614, for (Quan.); LJndgren (Quan.), second;
Haritli!; (Jax). third. Time: 2:04.4:
children and adults. Beginners And advanced classes for w i : ; 220-yard Dash-Won by Scott (Jax)(
"" Harris (Quan.), second; Stewart (Jax).
children will be limited to 50 each while the minnow divi- W vy Yk third. Time: 22.4 seconds.
+ f,6 Two-mile Run Won by Warner
sion for adults will be open to 25. (Quan,); Fitzgerald (Quan), second:
Benefleld (Quan.). third. Time: 10:12.8.:
Registration open now on a first come first served 220-yard Low Hurdles-Won by !Mule
(Quan.); Patton (Quan), second; Mor-
basis at the Indoor Pool. For additional information contact' In* (Jax), third. Time: 24.3 second
440-yard Relay-Won by QuantlroRUers
Chief Franzblau or SSgtVhite at extension 481. lime( : ,1:328:Marberry. J'enler- Harris)*
Shot Put-Won by Brautljam (lax):
2 SUVA s Hanson (Quan.), second; Ola asQuan.
\ ( .), third. Distance; 43: feet,
of the Jax will be 4'! In.'
Slim captain Navy Tigers
Harper, Pole Vault-Kehl (Sax) and Floyd
out for six weeks with an ankle injury sustained when slid- (Quan.). tied for first Parkinson
(Jax) third. HtlRhlh: 12 ft.. 8L 4 In.
into home Raiford Prison last weekend. High, Jump-Won by Cutler (lax);
ing Kalke (Juan), Holslngton (Quan.)
and Hanunann (Jax), tied for second.
The station colored nine will also be shorthanded for r Helfthth 5 ft.. 10 In.
Discus-Won by Braultgam (lax);
because infection Hallberg (Quan.). second AthenhurstQuan.
at least another week of a fungus on both ;
( ). third Distance; 154 ft., 19
hands of the versatle Willie Coleman. The absence of Wil In.
RINGER ARTISTS-McMiobille West (left) and Bob Gibbs Javelin-Won by Peterson (lax);
lie's bat against Raiford was about as conspicuous as dirton Hotslncton (Quan), second: Floyd
students at AOA) School at NATTCenter, measure pair ef .(Quan.), third. Distance 182 ft.. 6'!*
a white duck as the Tigers dropped a 15-11 decision, their ringers: la the Center he-nechee tingles finals completed last In.Broad
Jump-Won by Kehl lax)
week. Glbbs defeated West for the title'. De bl<* :
first in the last seven start play began this wet. Campbell(Quart), third.Uat)Distance second;; 30 H, lalnft.In.r. l\.


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June 1953
4 JAX AIR rtews poge' Seven

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Fasron 109 : :''' ,

,i"iti. : ''JAJi, 1-l1If 'o'er'I'st'

17-2 VictorOver : 5 '\ 3cR :t 'o

ortJScarbrough's ,.

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Utilizing home runs by

Dennis Dietrich, Hoggie Car- 281 Wins ,j
michael and Don Glidewell to

supply the power,'' Fasron 109

literally ran roughshod over San Jose Links Crown"Felt .

NARTU, 17-2, for the first

,. round intramural softbalL I confident of the match when I birdied the 17th,

crown at :Mainside last week. it was the last dangerous hole/' averred Bill Scarbrough, a

Fasron 109, ,winner of the initial member of the Jax Navy varsity links squad, who last Sun- '
American loop flag day won the first annual San Jose Country Club Invitation
was -
never threatened in its title bid -- -.ic'Hf' Golf Tournament by four .strokes over pre-tourney favorite
'WHAT'S THE SCORE-Checking the results of the first half Dan Sikes.
with Glidewell limiting the Na- of Mainside Intramural I \,
competition with Bob Ronken, assistant
tional I League representativesto to the Special Services intramural director are Tom Herrman Playing in a threesome with within 10 feet of the pin and two .
a pair of infield hits while (left) of Fasron 109 and Jack Piva .f NARTU. Fasron 109 won Sikes and Bob Goetz, also of putted. 1
the American division liar and went on to defeat NARTU, National J
11.Second .
fanning Jax
winners, 17-2' for the first half crown Navy the hefty station On the 17th, a par five dog ,,

Half Underway swinger fashioned a 34-36-70 to leg to the right, Scarbrough's :,

Play in the second half of the First go with previous rounds of 70, drive landed iff a water hazard '

Mainside leagues was underwaythis Round City Toga 70, and 71 for "a total of 281, just at the break of the fairway,

week. A late cancellation by seven strokes under standard Hitting a four iron out of the

Supply in the National circuit figures. muck, his shot landed 70 yards,

curtailed the senior division to Within Fliers' Grasp. Scarbrough led Sikes, the '53 from the green where he calmly

nine teams. Ten units will ,vie in,. Jacksonville City champion, by chipped within eight ,inches of .

the American league. Following lax Navy's impressive 11-1 City League three, strokes into the 16th, vir- the pin for a birdie..

Winner of the second half will thumping of Great Southern Woodstock Monday night, tually forcing the University of Chaff Wins First Flight

battle Fasron 109 for the Main- there was enough room between the Fliers and second-place Florida golfer to eagle the 17th In third place behind Scar-

side title with the champ moving i Hardage to drive a 10-tnn truck and birdie the 18th if victory was brough and Sikes came Timu-

into f all station competition It was the local's,llth consecu- I to be expected. quana Country Club's long hit-

aaginst a similar representative, tive loop victory, leaving them Opposing moundsnian D a J ton I Match\ Won On 7th ting Fred Mann with 292. Goetx

from NATTCenter. Should Fas wUh a four-length spread over Boozer laid tlown a sacrifice that In reality, the match was all was fourth with a concluding 30-
ron 109 win second and five Hayes fielded but threw wild and 40-73 for 293. Jax
a consecutive Hardage only games re but won on the 7th, where Scar- Navy's number -
championship it would advance maining be played. Jax Navy the winning runs crossed the dais. brough, a chief instructor in Na- one linksman Erwin Scott .

uncontested. engages Hardage Monday night The Fliers were helpless againstBoozer's val Air Mobile Trainers at Build- rallied for fifth at 297.

,Fasron 109 Threatened and a win for Coach Frank McCaffrey's only three so-so one-base offerings, managing ing 168, birdied the tricky 458- Lou Chaff advanced through

Fasron 109 was slated to meet undermanned nine would taps. yard hole while Sikes was in First Flight competition to the

VC-62, Tuesday afternoon, in wrap up the first round flag. Sunday, the local wood received \- double bogey figures. finals where he received A default

what could easily be an early Aside from the Hardage tilt, a hot of khellack.and responded Entering the final round witha from Earl McCabe of Jacksonville
with 14 hits to
showdown for the second half action through the coming seven subdue two stroke lead' over Sikes, to win: uncontested! He

flag. The Fasronites bumped VC- I days is very light. Tomorrow evening Post Nine, 1S-0. lax Navy required Big Bill was in trouble only nudged Bill McEwcn 1-up ih thesemifinal

62, 3-2, in their first round con- the Fliers tangle with Fer- minutes only to administer one hour the and W twice, the 16th and He round. ,

fab, removing the only major nandlna, currently leading the defeat to' the City hooked a'tee shot on 16 and sent Ray Bellamy and Pete Gardner
League helpless
obstacle in the pennant path. I North, Florida League, on the Generals who could glean but his second shot into a trap. Re- two remaining entries from \

NARTU retains the favorite'srole beach diamond. one safety off Ernie Funk. covering, Scarbrough pit 1 c h e dHobbs' this station, were defeated in

in the National league but Tuesday at Woodtttxk, rf'atSouthf'rn second round matches} in the
Lem Hoover spoiled Funk's no-
- will see what It can first flight.
expects strong opposition from hit bid wl.tha: ground single in the
Personnel and Commissary Store. do about producing some runs first. Thereafter, it was strictlyno Three-Hitler As spokesman for the Jax
against Jax Navy pitching, a Navy golfers, Scarbrough said
Mayport is also figured ,
as a contest as Funk struck out
pennant contender. task which has been seldom accomplished -' Stifles Fliers, 2-O "We're' hopeful of receiving an -
eight and walked one while faring I
to date. In three invitation
25 hitters. Bolena Construction Company to play again next

games thus far, ,the Trucker racked up a 2-0 victory over the year. All of us enjoyed the tour-
tallied but twice In 23 "Dad" Coughlin and Matt Wol-
have nament and thought it was ex-
FLIERS' PARINGS belted out three safetieseach Jax Navy Fliers Ip Men's City
the Fliers accounted "
frames while cellently handled.,
H*.111'-'''. 'AI ft H TB RBI Pet. and Luttrell chimed in with Softball league play and as a result .
I" "' 1 1 :8 f 1 :a louo for 40.() bumped the locals from a Scarbrough reported to NAS
but, tt 1 J 0 1 :I 0 ROO two. Woloszyn teamed with Tom
Mtittt. M Jf 143 42 III ft $1 ,.384 Lucky Luttrell and Bob Home Neely, Joe Fay, Bill Ziegler and first place tie. Jacksonville. in February of this
runt 1 I 28 110 JO S .3M! led a 17-hit onslaught against He vied in the
Pasoa. p 15 8d 8 1J 14 12 ,381 Luttrell to drive across a* pair of Ray Hobbs limited the Fliersto year. number two
Rll.rtwe' p 11 29 2' 10 1C II .sfS Pete Plyler, young Andrew Jack slot last season for Navy Mem.
J'tlw. 3b 4 ]S s 4 4 8 ..USt runs each. three singles, Dick Engstrom I
Burnett, p IS 2tI f R ]o I .30(1( son prepster, as the Fliers bat- ('ITI.EAGUE STANDING, collecting a pair and Rollyn phis. Bill stroked his way to victory
Jlfobr. t T 13 :a 4 4 3 .01 tered away for the recent 11-1 Team W J. Prt. in the Portland Maine
N lf. 3k < 20 'I 6 T 3 .800 Jax Navy ............11 0 1.000 Trotter ,authoring the third. Do- City
rT/-, Sr m If 41 III 41 :1119: win over Great Southern. Ddfe.. ...".... 7 4 .636 lena reached Ding Dong Bell for title in 1949, and has been a con-
15 40 10 14 9 10 .206 d' ___ 8 5 ..615Or sistent
For' It ** m J5 ** 49 25 MO: Scattering seven hits and fan- eat Southern ...... 2 10 .187 five hits and single runs in the winner throughout his r
reachili. Ik :tT 1S5 29 39 U 18 .25 1 ning eight, Jim Eason became the Toil Nine .._....__, 2 11 .154 Navy hitch.Mississippi.
Molo"P, rf 3T jJ9 25 ,4 4, j, 545 fourth and sixth. ..
-.e. .
13or 3fc J5 T. 21 15 23 23 .1 flO league's top won-Iost chunker t
Abtltol, et N J1 H JI 8 .119! The last heavyweight championship In a weekend engagement at
4.elr.29: 24 lox 1ft 11 :o t ..mrtL" with his fourth victory against no
Air Force Base Jax
!'. wfc. .u 1 s 1 o 0 0 .000 defeats. The crafty southpaw bare knuckles fight occurred Moody Navy Open
1 1 9 0 6 0 .000 halted a 10 winning skien
II1"A1r. 1 3 a: 0 0 0 o .000 managed a pair of bingles in his July 8/1889 between John L. Sullivan Skeet
by the homestanders with a well Tourney
Pitchc IP a SO W L M. own behalf. / and Jake KJlraln Sullivanwon .
earned ( :
"I 11\1.,' 11 M 22 III 5 :2& .TTJ Late arriving Moultrie, Ga., was after 75 rounds.. triumph. Won By Fliers
J.Z 28 20 4 :2& .681 I .
{;eta < S< 29 1* I 1 .6flT late In scoring, but ,not too late J -
a 11 84 42:& S S .625 the visiting Florida Georgia Busting 966 of 1000 birds, the '
aIU&r' as
4 a 0.000
91+ra T r s : j :.000 League entry spoiled Bill Hayes Jax Navy skeet team wpn the
a.kud 14 102 'o J9 6 ( 500 WINNING Mississippi Open 5-man 'Team
mound debut for ,Jax Navy witha
lusterless 3-1 conquest Saturdayat SMILEThere'sreason Championship at Jackson, Miss.

Mason Field. for the last week, beating the Capital .
Tie For Genler victory smile of '
Ifayra twirled shutout ball until Gun Club team by four birds

IM I! the sixth while his mates John Lucas, Hf09Qfu and Navy Memphis by 13.
Diamond Lead member of the
I were picking up what appearedto Gene Varner and Ken Pender-
Jax Navy pistol
AE School and AO Ships Com- bethe winning tally in the team, who departs gras teamed to win the two-Man

pany remained in a deadlock for fifth on two Infield errors and this week."Curley" title with a 394x400. In Individual _

first place last week of the NAT- Lucky Luttrcll's: line single pant is ;,t ,: firing the local, aces tied for
TCenter third. 1tf7 the AA championship with 197x-
intramural softball circuit posed with trophies ; '
with nine wins and a loss But the hard-throwing right won at the n 200 each.
each.A hander nicked Horace Weaver with Florida State ps Class D open honors went to

a fast ball after retiring the initial Pistol Tony Trusso of Jax Navy with
full'game Shoot at
behind in second i
hitter in the sixth and then 187x200. Completing the Fliers'roster
Place is AK School which has S t. Petersburg GNU' r .H
served up singles to Jack Daugh- were Joe Hayman ((190x-
bowed recently. Head .4
twice Behind
in 10 outings. -
the try and playing manager Milt ed for duty, in 200)) and Joe Black ((195x200)).
three leaders, four entries -
Wrenn to even matters at one all. the Persian Gulf There were 16 teams participa-
are straggling well below
Moultrie second baseman Gene ting.
the .500 mark. area, Lucas will
Snyppa worked Hayes for a tree be lorely'mlssed Jax Navy will undergo one of

Team STANDINGS.W f. Pr/ pass to lead off the seventh and :from the ranksof l ', w its stiffest tests of the season this
AE School 9 1 .4 J()() he was safe at second when Bill ysg weekend
firing in
AO Ships Co. 81 .!(iO local marks l the North-
AK School't, 8 2 .WO Rice's throw to catch him on a men. South Open to be held at Na-

Marines Personnel 3 3 5 fl .375 11.1: force at the keystone mfeeed its :. E< tional Capital Skeet Club in
ANp( ) Ship Co. 3 t .181 mark. ; Washington
D. C.I .
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t > ': Scouting: The Squadrons-
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mrmm <.[
",;: :; : (Continued from Page 4)
T'i ; i't
"tt"!. aboard to Sheldon L. Williams, ;
Items offering; for sale articles "::'":' i .4 AC3; John E. Fogerty PIU; Russell
of property such as washing machines V 1 < Hinkley, AM3, and LawrenceP.

automobiles, furniture, radios Arndt, ACAN.

clothing and the like are prohlbtte'd Members of the "Hurricane
by Defense Department : Hunters" bade William F, Nel.

regulations. This t column, will, : son, AMAN, farewell last week

however, list such services as r: when he departed for the Natal
available housing, rides wanted
Hospital, Portsmouth, Va.
and lost and found articles or similar .
notices. Philip A. Liberty, YN2, and
wife Margaret have announcedthe

FOR KENT birth of a daughter Wanda

Furn. 4 rm. house.; Ph; 2-8262, Kay. Of particular note is that

Mrs. Stelley. ,exactly two'years, ago to the day.

Unfurn. cottage,. $80' mo, 3212 'May. 22, the Liberty's first' daughter .

;( 'Mrs., Totter. Judy, was born.. ,

:" Unfurn 6, rm. bungalow, $60 mo", The PIO has been informed

', 2529: Summit St:, Riverside. Ph. 1y a { 'a reliable source that a "Hurri

88-9234 Mrs. Williams. r ilnl ._,i"'.... 'cane ll riter" played, the role of

Unfurn. 5 rm. apt., $75 mo.,. 3624 190 YEARS GOVERNMENT SERVICE-In ceremonies last ,Tuesday, Capt. Burnham C., Me- a hero last Sunday when he
Herschel St. Ph. 2.151 Mrs Caffree, NAS commanding; officer, awarded length' of service pins to seven NAS employees, plus saved the lives, of two young
another special award. Simultaneously Walter Morris of 0 &' R was presented a Superior Accom- children l from drowning at
1 Schroder., Increase meritorious award based' achievement Captain McCaffree
plishment Step a on personal Kingsley Beach. After
Furn; 2 bdrm. apt., 1820 Wood. (right renter) presents Theodore Frltch Jr ,his 30-year pin while other recipients$ look on. Theyare leavingthe
mere' Drive. Ph. 2-6729, Mrs (left to right) Orvla Renftle '((30); Hildreth Cohron (30); John Suratt ((30)); George 'Cherry children in the- arms of their
Sapp. ,(20)( );. William yale ((20), Walter 'Morris and,' Thomas Feaster ((30)). mother, our hero's only commentwas

,Furn. 4 rm. apt:, $60, mo.( 1110 Three-Pronged Objective "I don't believe in saving
.. Riviera, Mrs Hunter. !2-GALLON CLUB just, ,one at a time." A "Welt

3 bdrm. house, 2375,Ridgeway Rd. ADDS 13 MEMBERS Done" is extended to Karl R.Kujawski .

s $90 mo. Ph. 3-9729, Mrs; Knight, Top Supervisory Training Course ; AL3.

,Furn.. 4 rm. apt., $70 mo., 621 Lo- GALLON CLUB UP A change-of-command ceremony

'max' Mrs. Dobbin. Ph. 83134. Offered By Facility At 'CenterTraining The 'J ax Gallon Club gained will be held In Hangar 124

Furn. 3 '\-m. "apt., 4443 Herschel, [is. 'eleventh exclusive member tomorrow' when the "Hunters"
i $65 mo. Ph., 2-0852, Mr. Nichols.! Facilities Division_ of the Naval Air Technical Training With the addition last 'week of acquire a new skipper. At the

}'urn. 2 bdrm. house, $100 mo. Center is conducting a unique course in Supervisory Training, Kingston G. Woof, Overhauland combined inspection and ceremony

Avail. June 4. Ph. 2-3374, Mrs. patterned on academic courses of civilian personnel management.The Repair I department em- Comdr. David J, Walkin-

Cowan. course of 80 hours dura ployee. shaw will be relieved by Comdr.
close consideration to his part'in '
Furn. 2 tion Is available for both' Sixteen members Lukas V. Dachs.
rm. eff. apt., $12.50 wk., now new were
management, and to learn: to
48 Riverside Ave. Ph. 4.1279, civilian and military personnelof exercise planning and, economyin added to the Half-Gallon Club, .
Mrs. Keenan. the Center. bringing the total to 451.
i directing, controlling, and
.Furn. 6 rm. duplex apt, 1312 Mc. Designed for prospective supervisors training assistants. Intensified New members' 6f the Half- Early Separation
Duff. Ph. 2-4403, Mrs. Gallon Club include: '
Holloway. the has three- '
a instruction is also given in the (Continued from Page 1)
Furn. 2 rm. apt. Ph. 8 -8031 after pronged objective: a working instructional plan, learning processes Claud Vaughn, SN, Sub
6 P.M. Mrs. Johnson. knowledge of basic principlesand Group 1.William. terred into agreements to remainon
teaching methods, types
Furn. 5 nn. house, $85 mo., 5109' techniques of O. Farmer, FN, SubGroup active duty for 24 months and
supervision, a
and construction of tests, admin
San Juan Ave. Ph. 8.1436, Mr. clearer of duties 1.Richard. whose separation date occurs
istration of various tests, and the
Kwartler. and responsibilities, and a better grading systems. C Nelson, DN, Dental during June, July or August.

Furn. 2 rm. apt., Lakeshore, 4602) grasp of the methods used to .' For those Naval Reserve and
Palmer Ave Ph. 2-8331: evaluate and improve instruction.This Cpl Paul W Kaiser, NAT Fleet Reserve personnel, including
Furn. 3 rm. apt., $75 mo., 2601 objective is streamlined intoa One phase of the instruction is those who entered into agree.
Park. Ph.'8t2770, Mrs. Houston. given to the improvement of the TC.Ben J. Bailey, OAR. ments to remain on active duty
smooth-flowing operation of 80
Share 5, rm. house, 4410 Wabash hours duration, and is comparable I navy instructor Training and Louis R. Markle, OAR. for 24 months, whose separation

Are Ph. 88-8350, Mrs. Gainey to an entire semester of civilian placement of instructors.. r e :Mack O. Alford, ARID Fas- date occurs during the months of
2 furn. apts., 3 rms. each, 112 E. given close consideration, and ron 6.George. September through December
college study.
Ashley. Ph. 4- 676. Mn. Stradt- : evaluation techniques are dis W. Driggers, AL1,. 1953, separation will be two
man. cussed.A Operations. months early.Beginning .
Furn. 2 rm. apt., 3909 Boone Park A student in this advanced minimum of 12 months instructional Robert D. Jones, AN, Faa- November 2, 1953:

Ave., Mrs. Phillips. course is primarily taught to give experience is a must ron 6.John. and continuing through June 30,

,Furn. 2 bdrm. apt., $67.50 1915 for all enlisted personnel. The R. Diehl, 0 & R. 1954, mandatory separation will
Wqpdmere Dr Ph. 8-4267, Mrs Weather ReportFriday course is mandatory for all phase Donald W. Smith, OAR. be as follows:

Acheson. I Mostly clear, high officers of the school prior to Roy V, Hartley, Public I .

Unfurn. 3 rm. apt., 4342 St. Johns and low scattered clouds. their assuming a billet in the Works.. -- TIIOSE TO BE separated during
Ave., $40 mo. Ph. 7-6104, Mrs. Saturday-Moderate easterly school. Civilian quotas are granted Ens. Winfield S. Trainer, November 1953 will be regular
Briggs. locally by authority of the NATTC.
surface winds.SundayrSlightly. Navy personnel whose normal
t bdrm. house, $67.50 mo., 740 cooler.Breezing Chief of the Naval Air Technical Pfc. Robert P. Lynch, ''NAT- date of expiration of enlist.

Erie St. Ph. 8-1787, Mr. Bate Training. Requests fr mother TC.Lewis ment, or enlistment as v luntar11y -
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FOR SALE commands for enlisted A. Griffls, AN, Faa extended occurs during Nov-

16 ft. house trailer, $325. Ph. quotas should be addressed to the ron 9.Edison. e/nber and December. Personnel

', 8151, Chief Doman. Around Chief of Naval Personnel via the 0. Umstot, IRD. whose enlistments expire during

t bdrm. house, 6284 Firestone Rd Chief of Naval Air Technical ._ January and February shall be

Ph. 2-3086, Mrs. Gilley O&R Training: It, is mandatory that "Do' gooseberries have legs!" separated daring the period December .

f bdrm. house, 5239 Woodcrcst Rd all requests be via the chain of "Why, no, of course not." 1.15, 1953.
May 28 T. P. Miexell, Chairmanof
Ph. 2-6019, Mrs. Klngsbury.f command. Waves are eligible ,for "Then I've swallowed ,a cater- Regular Navy personnel shall ,
the O &: R Supervisors Social
rm. house, '4558 Timuquana Rd. this training. pillar." be
Club Properties Committee met separated two months earlyif
Ph. 8-1754 Mrs. Ludwigsen. ,
with several members of the Club. their enlistments expire during
I bdrm. house 938 Michael St.
period March
The group inspected prospective a w 1, 1954
Ph. 8-4404, Lt. Amme. $
club grounds previously suggestedby through August 31, 1954.
$ bdrm. house. Ph. 88-8720 Mrs. .
Harry Jarrard, club treasurer.
Some, nice property -was looked SEPARATION during November -

over and passed on. As Is ,usual- 1953 Is scheduled for Naval
J..ollt: Female kitten,. gray, whiteuround ly the case, the property most Reserve and Fleet Reserve per.
-' neck, feet and stomach, liked by all was not for sale. sonnel, including those who entered

strayed from 3103 A Barr St. However, a step in the right direction into 'agreements to remainon

Ext. 8240, Montgomery was made since this was active duty for 24 months, and

Riders wanted to Tampa, Clearwater : the first gathering' the young k Jrr whose separation date occurs

and St. Pete, leaving Frl- Social Club with their families. during November and Decem-

day, returning Sunday. Ph. Ext. After the business of propertiesweer > ber. Those whose separation date

216 or 8184, Ed Henderson. I completed, the gathering sat occurs during January and February

Riders wanted to Newport, R. I., down to a real feast. shall be separated during

leaving July 1. Ph. 88-9825, Mrs. The properties committee reports M Zsa< December 1-15, 1953.

Harp. that there are several more iiiiW! If Naval Reserve and Fleet Reserve

Rider wanted from Starke, 0730 likely prospects on tap which will personnel, including those
to 1600. Ph. Ext. 640, Mia. Johnson be investigated and reported on, .. ,: 'H'iIIIi who entered into agreements to

some in Orange Park-Doctor Lake remain on active duty for 24
Ride wanted from 2943 Gilmore, vicinity. Things are moving along ti I months, have a separation date

0730 to 1600. Ph. Ext. 626, Helen nicely in the Social Club. More > OCcuring during the period

Roberts. gatherings like this will be most ____ I March 1, 1954 through August
Will baby sit, day or evening. Ph. welcome. 31, 1954 they will be separatedtwo
HATS-Surrounded by hats-all of her own creation-Mrs.
8.4956, 1775 Hamilton, Mrs Ad- months
Frances SUrkes, wife of Comdr. Carlton Starkes, tackles the job early.
die. The judge asked" why the ease ,of unpacking specimens of her favorite hobby In new quarters The directive does not lengthenthe
Lost One pair of prescription wasn't settled out of court. here at NAS. So adept is Mrs Starkes in designing of feminine service of Fleet Reservists or
safety glasses. If found, con "That's what we were doing headgear that she has been asked to Instruct many Navy wives in Naval Reserve veterans whose

tact, Mr. Underwood, Ph. Eat your honor," Timothy answered, the art of blocking, stitching, and trimming. Comdr. Starkes now period of active service is equalto
NAS administrative oflcer, was stationed at NAS Patuxent before
.1! 272. "until the cops Interfered" arriving here. or less than 22 months.