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Jax air news
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July 9, 1953


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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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'Tu Falas Portugues ]


: L Navy Airmen ;;;

Train HereThe J

Portuguese Navy has .' "

invaded NAS Jax with all)) of ; (

the curiosity, unfamiliarity ',

and uncertainty that the 'i.
American "uhite hat" must.

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ARRIVE FOR TRAINING-Assigned to the Naval Air Reserve Training Unit here are twenty members of the Portuguese! Navy, unknown shoips. ,,:)
I who are undergoing training us part of the. Ameilcan Military Defense Assistance Program. The group Is pictured with NARTU Jai I Under the command of Pii I

-officials. ----- _. micro Tenete Mario E.ste\e Brinca .
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the group arrived here for t

Foundation Offers training as part of the American '

Military Defense Assistance Pro- /t

$1,000 For Best Jt1X "f\l I *1JS gram Eight to officers foreign, countries who are pilot t '

n. and navigators, plus four thief \
Patriotic EssayThe petty officers and eight enlistedmen t
W aD
rSP .. whoare equivalent to Avi-
> best) letter on "What I ation Machinist Mates in the
America Means To Me" will VOL-11 No. 13 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Flo. 9 July 1953 American Navy, are assigned to I

win $1,000 in cash and a the Naval Air Reserve Training I

George Washington .11 0 nor } Unit for six weeks Indoctrination II

Medal Award for some serv- Silver Star in the handling and maintenanceof .

iceman or servicewoman. ; S. ... American naval aircraft.
The Defense Department has '- 4. To Marine .

announced that the contest, spon- LACK OF communication between -

oied by the Freedoms Founda- these non-J!nglbh speaking -
I Korea Vet
tion at Valley Forge, Pa., is open xat'v men and their uni-lmqual

now Entries will be accepted until "Conspicuous gallantry in American colleagues presented a

October 15, 1953, and winners will action" has ought to Marine problem to personnel at NARTU

be revealed by the sponsoring Sgt Alexander P. Goff, until Jack Piva, ADI and Anthony

group on February 22, 1954 jf: recuperating at the Naval Hospital Augustus. AD2, two NAU-

Twenty award of $100 and here, the Silver Star, TU members of Portuguese ancestry

George Washington Honor Medals, one of the nation's highest were located to act as interpreters -
and 10 or more additldonal Honor ; r awards. .- ,

Medals will also be given to this 4Tr Aided
by these translators, the
z Goff, who was presented his
year's awards recipients ans'have '
award by Capt. William I Europc. been introduced :;,
Open to All to the
various activities on the
Sharon, executive officer of
Servicemen and women, at home a: the Marine Barracks, in ceremonies station, such as the mess hall, (Sand
and abroad, may submit letters of
last Friday, saw duly hangar and the Navy Fix-:
not more than 500 words on what in Korea for neatly six months change, which they call the "can-
Ameiica, their hometown or some tina".
before he was severely wounded.
other part or phase of Americaor S S
American life means to,ihem. ,
GREATLY Impressed with the
., According to the citation r
{ -: dAALMWW I'!L"'RAJY AMIta 'ItlP K Y71 0 F6- '.T i.\w. _YEARNS
Entrant will be'judged on soundness feminine
apparel found at the"cantina"
SILVER William which accompanied the medal
STAR-Capt. executive
of ideas and clear
officer of the Marine Barracks, pins the Silver Star on Sgt. Alexander Sergeant Goff was cited "For the men undauntedly e..
rather than literary form. Goff, during ceremonies last Friday. Goff was awarded the conspicuous gallantry and in- bought numerous items for their \ f
The contest is open to all Army, medal "for gallantry and intrepidity In action against!!! the enemy families back home, even though
trepedity in action against theenemy
In Korea.
Navy Air Force, Marine Corps -
while with a many of them did not know the
and Coast Qua id men and womenon exact sizes ;
Nothing Like The Real Thing Marine infantry company in required. Nylon, A
active duty, wherever stationed.
which is
scarce and expensive in
Korea on Feb. 25, 1953. Serving .t
Reservists and National Guardsmen as a fire team leader, Corporal their native country, proved the ,
are eligible to submit letters Students Get Chance To Goff displayed outstanding most popular selection. From t
only while serving on active duty
courage. during a raid purchases made it was deduced i
Deadline Oct.< 15 that their wives and daughters !?

with Offices The Freedoms project of Armed will Foundation be Forces coordinated by Infor the Work On First 'Real Jets'It enemy leader against a was position.strongly wounded When defended, he immediately the- would women be in among Portugal the best dressed ..

assumed command pastel were considered
mation and Education: headed by was hotter air and, louder roars last week when Aircraft and expressing complete disre-, for the feminine mem-

Maj. Gen Harlan N Hartnewi. Maintenance Division of Training Facilities turned up the first jetsto gard for his personal safety, bens of their families, the men
Judging will be by the Awards
arrive at NATTCenter. moved about directing fire and chose either brilliant colors, including
Jury Freedoms Foundation at Valley

Sitting beside the obsoleteTBM' advances of the Marines until the Hawaiian motifs, or-
Forge, assisted by a panel of
FG's and other old ments. they reached the objective (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. :5)
Congressional Medal of Honor ", conventional Last but not least, Phase eight ...
the intense action
winners The latter will do prelimInary are three FJ'i, the "During ,
of Aviation Ordnance School, was painfully wounded but refused -
.screening of all letters recelved. Navy Fury, with a fourth to ar Class I "A", taught re-arming evacuation and continued Civilians Can

Letters submitted should be sent rive soon. Though there were techniques on a nose mock-up of to advance until all enemy

(Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 2) few of the type made for the the F2H. The future "Gunners"will personnel and fortifications had Obtain Polio

Navy, they've. been used successfully .. be able to put their bullets been destroyed. When ordered

for the past few years by into a better platform from now to disengage, he skillfully maneuvered Policies Now

Tax Air News reserve squadrons at NAS the squad, recoveredall
Olathe, Kansas. nothing like the real casualties and returned to Civilians are' reminded they can

Wins Another s thing! the friendly lines. obtain Group Polio Insurance coverage -
up until the close of business
WITH TilE General --- -- I
Special AwardThe 4 on July 17. Dep81 tment representatives .
J-35 engine and the typical jet
Jax Air News has of will accept applications for
Navy systems other aircraft they .
new contracts or renewal of existing
been the recipient of another will offer the first opportunityfor

honor-the second within a NATTCenter students to ac L ones
The cost of a family contract,
few short weeks. tually work on jet aircraft.
which covers employee, upoime and
This time the honor-In the 1REAL
The three schools which will
all unmarried children to
J up age
form of an award scroll use the planes, previously had to twenty-one In $650 per year. The
comes from the U. S. Air
I improvise their instructions. out. of a single contract Is $2.75
Force, for the Jax Air News'cooperation Phase Four of ANP( ) school, on pet year.
and effort in aid. .
Aircraft familiarization and safety
Employees desiring ,
coverage r
ing the Ground
procedures, used lectures and should submit proper premium at
Corps and Air Defense
pro an eleven-minute- film to illustrate the same time they submit appli
gram. techniques. Now the students cation.

It was presented to the Jax can get cockpil-check-outsant ,, ""* .
Air News "In recognition and ,' .
starting procedures. ,} WEATHER OUTLOOK
grateful appreciation of assist- 'f'
S ,,., ;.
ance rendered the Air Force v "' Friday and SaturdayMostlydaytime
PIIASE SIX of Aviation Electricians .
"f- cloudiness, southeasterly
through outstanding work in .

the Observer civilian Corps.volunteer" Ground Maintenance School on the offered SB2C, TBM Line, '-Mo.<<. :... "'."... _- ..".._.,f...>;.._.."M"_...,.""."".,,_""M_'_n.T.(+; i": ._>_> f-/.__ ...,,-t:.,....."...'.....t.. ..._._____ low winds 90's.SundayPartly, maximum. temperaturein

A similar scroll was also FG, F7F, and P2V, but will be JETS FOR CI.ASSES-The. FJ Fury, one of the first cloudy, afternoon .
able to turn sights on the more jets to arrive for Instructional' purposes at Naval Air Technical thunder showers, southerly
awarded individually to the modern, and complicated I Training Center gets a turn up by Eugene Ashcraft. A IMC, (fin winds maximum
editor. systems cockpit) of the Maintenance Division of Training Facilities Observing temperature in
o>( electricity,, and instru the operation is Edward l1'KeonU1, middle 90'*.

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Poga Two JAX AIR NEWS 9 July 1953

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Bill Loosens Services'Ban .': 1

..... .
Irr tr { s On MothersUnder ,,<'<. ,\

the terms of a bill passed -

by the Senate, the" services '

aonvllle.Published Fla every Thursday tor Navy activities at Naval Air Station Jack. could not deny membership to :. : ,t '

NAS. tkioivill women simply because they {
Capt. Burn ham C. McCaffree .. .. ... .. ... ............ .Commanding Officer '5 f i
Comdr.: James 11. Arirotionc .. ... ... .. .. ..... |. ....Executive: Officer have young j '
fleet Air "I .kt.ivlll. bill does not say that :t s I
Rear Adm. Osborne B Hardlscn> ... ..v.. .... .... ............... Commander ; i E Er
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins .. .. .. .. . ... .........1..Chld of StaLl these women must be retained I
fleet Air Wlaf Me: e. even if they have children, but %
Capt. Arthur .. ...........Commander ; %
Comdr. Joseph OH1oi.nt o it:.' '::::.':. ::::::::.: ::.:..:.....Chief Staff Officer that they may not be manda- ( :
Nasal l Air Terhnlral Tnl.I., Cult for this reason
Capt. Edwin R. Peck . .. .... ... .. .... ....... .Commanding Officer torily discharged
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart ....... .. .................. ... .ExeeuLh.OUlctr alone. Defense said that

('R pt. Edward S. Lowe ..................Nasal...........ltosplls.........!.....).........................Commanding Officer women with small children can r 'w c t
Capt. 1. A. Newton- _....... -..-, .. -, .. .__....._....,...._..._...._._..J1.t'culh.e: OIDctrNAItTU not in most cases be called to ,

Capt. Easton B. Noble, ..... .... .... ... ... .......... .. Commanding" Officer active duty, and so give an illusion 3 ..
Comdr. Anthony Tl'ulSo ... .......... ................... .. Executive Officer of strength not actually ,,. > ae {., n{
available when carried on reserve

The JAX AIR EWII!' published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station rolls.Chaplain Qift.1iin8il'> ""... m. .. ... ................._.. ....- VW i
Jacksonville Florida and printed commercially with non-app roprtated funds
lit no expense in the go\ernmcnt and IrTcompliance with NAVEXOS: l'-33.: Rev. CITED-'Tor heroic achievement In Korea" Warrant Qffi- D
Nov. 1M!>. Coplet arc distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the
Naval Air Technical Training Center,. Naval Air Rmeive Training Unit, Naval Retires cur Edward: Puffer (rightreceives) the Bronze Star from Capt.
Air :Station Cecil Field and the U. :so Naval Hospital. William Sharon, executive officer of the Marine Barracks. Although .
Editor-Andrew II. Planey After 35 Years twice wounded himself, Phifxr evacuated wounded comrades -
Assistant Editor-Helen Harper: Sports Editor-John Chaivat AN; !RUff=i when his platoon came under. intense_.mortar barrage.
nf'pollf'I'(1: Jlendprnon. PNSN;; Mildred Mueller. SA; Cliculallon-Dislilbu- After 35 years' service, Capt. -
tlon-Marge Fusco J03: Vh'lannox., SA.
The JAX AIR NEWS U a member of the Armed Forces Press Service Francis L. Albert having more Bank Korea Action
AFPS material appearing: In his publication may not be printed without active duty time than other Blood
the written permission of Armed Forces J'I elll Sfon!loP. Republication of other any
Editor matter: JAX except AIR by 1'.EWS.orivlce publication. U prohibited without permission ofKdltoilal chaplain in the Navy today, will Box Score Nets BSM

offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extensions 8184 retire June 30.
and 216. $!' <'h. Met cent

Now district chaplain 4th Natal No.Brig Quota l>r- For Ma'rine

District, Chaplain Albert I ......... .. .. 0 3 300.0
I REPORTWASHINGTON served as Senior Station Chaplain NATTCenter ..1W>' 252 132.6 Heroic action during recent Korean -
1 1If
has netted the
duty Bronze
at NAS Jax from December Cecil Field ...... "15 18 120.0
I Star Medal for Marine Warrant
Communications 3 3 100.0
1945 to 1949.
( Armtd Forces Press Strvlct) I i September _'_ __ Medical .......... 2 2 100.0 Officer Edward D. Phifer who n

The U. 'S. Navy has a new Assistant entered the country lawfully and POoftheweekn Dental............. 1 1 100.0 presently a patient at the Naval

Secretary flea 61-year-old who has at least 90 days of honorable I IRD .................. 1 1 100.0 Hospital here.

Raymond Henry Fogler of Hast- service !in uniform, has NARTU .......... 7 6 85.7 Capt. William Sharon, executive

ings-On-The-Hudson N. Y. Since approved by the Senate Judiciary Honors Go Ton Reserve Fleet .. 75 54 72.0 officer or the the Marine Barracks I'.

1940, Mr. Fogler has been president Committee and Admin. ............ 5 3 60.0 presented award to Phi-
lecommended fo
fer In meritorious
of W. T. Grant Co., and passage. This would entitle me n Center Yeoman Gr. Cove Spgs. 30 17 56.7 Tuesday.The ceremony

earlier was president of Mont. serving during the Korean periodto Sup. & Fiscal.... 26 14 53.8 df'4)raUonall bAtoue.lupon .

ornery Ward and Co. He succeedsIerbf'l.t the benefits given aliens in the (This (is the eleventh' in a new Special Set'v. .. 4 2 50.0 Phifer 4 For heroic I
R. Askins, who resigned Service during WWI and \\'V '1i. Petty-OffUer-of'the'Week' series Public Works .. 25 12 48.0
achievement In connection with
Jan. 20. a at the Naval Air Technical Operations ...... 14 6 42.9

The ha Training Center.) O & R ................ 90) 36 40.0 operations against the enemy
Army postponed for while with Marine infantry
serving a -
The Seimle h>u confirmed the school "Join the Navy and see the Com Fair Jax ..128 19 14.0
one year a plan to concentrate
battalion in
four-star temporary ranks of Gen. its Reserve officer training Woild" (is more than a slogan to FAW.ll ... ...... 43 5 11.6 Korea on

J. Lawton Collins, present Army in schools granting baccalaureateand Chailes Thompson YN3 of the Marine Bar------3 0 0.0 February IS, 1955.

Chief of Staff who will become the Operations office.Thomp80n Security......... 5 0 0.0 When the sector defended by hn
higher degrees. The
IT. S. representative on the NATO nouncement said that enlisted In June 1947. Engineers ... .... 14 0 0.0 I platoon came under intense enemy
Military Committee later this junior colleges and military institutes He wu part of the crew which AIM ................ 5 0 0.0 mortar barrage, and several Marines
year; Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor CCof were wounded, Phifer "With
Naval Hosp. 16 0 0.0 .
may continue for one year put the USS Merimac, a fleet oil
the Eighth Army in Korea and complete disregard for his personal -
; Fla. Mil. Dist... 5 0 0.0
only, 1953-54 to enroll their high I er commission.
T.en. Thomas D. White Vice Chief safety unhesitatingly moved
cf Staff of the A F. school students for the first yearof I He attended Yeoman Class A I through the trench line checkingall

ROTC training. In addition, School at San Can Complete USAFI' of the positions to insure their
i military junior colleges en-1!
Rear dm. I\vU I 1.. strutt.*, may I Diego:; and laterrejoined Study After combat readiness and to assist in
toll students who have completedthe Discharge
11SNR. New Yoik financier, ha* J the the evacuation of the wounded
been named by President Eisenhower ; second year of ROTC for the ship at Nor. Honorably-discharged veteransand men".

to succeed Gordon Dean as thiid year course folk. From those discharged under honorable Twice ,,!,wounded and half buried

chairman of the Atomic Energy 1i t I there he went conditions are allowed nine by dirt, he continued the rescue
Two Nttvul officer have received !' r the Mel"Imac
rommission. lie was a member of months from date of of his men.
discharge to
the commission from the time it high positions' in the field to SouthAmerica complete his USAFI Phifer who has already given
of medicine. Rear A dm. Leslie I correspondence -
established in 1946 until O. 17 hiM
van 1950. years to the service of!
course provided he sent in at
Stone will 'assume
a a command of the h. and thence to
I least one lesson while in country, is a resident of Wildwood
Aliens Mining in the Armed National Naval Medical Center, Thompson England and Fla.

Forces of the US may soon find Bethesda, Md., and Capt. Ashton Germany. Later the ship went Once dischaiged, however, vet e ,

It easier to become citizens. A bill Braybiel, has been chosen Piest-! through the Mediterranean and erans cannot enroll in new courses

*hlch would speedup naturalisation ( dent-Elect of the American College the Suez Canal, up to Hong Kong, or transfer to another type of

procedure for any alien of Cardiology. Yokosuka In Japan and back to course. A certified copy of the
San discharge certificate should be
immigrant or non-immigtant, who Francisco After minor repairs -
A new course of instruction, the she returned to Norfolk. sent to USAFI, accompanied by

Associate Command and General Thompson is one of the the application for end-of-course MAINSIDE
I plank-
'DIVINE ) Staff Officers Course, replaces two I owners at NATTCfnter. He came letit. If the test is not taken with Thurs., July 9

previous courses at the Command here in :May 1950, after a shot In the nlne-month-perlod, the veUeran's Arrowhead Charlton He"ton

\SERVICESJ')' and General Staff College, Gen. I tour of duty at NAS Corpus Chris AFI name is dropped from US Fri., July 10

John R. Hodge, Chief of Army U. lie Is the oldest yeoman i In rolls. The Blue Gardenia .._....

Sunday Services at All Saints Field Forces, !said! recently. The point of service at the Center and A man who +---- .. ... ..__._ Anne Baxter
Chapel list the following sermons: first class of the new course com .! has worked in Personnel, gives In when he'swiong Sat., July 11
TraFac is wise
0830-"Five Wonderful Things" mences Aug. 24, 1953. I I I and Operations. when ] ; a man who gives in The City Is Dark _._....._

by Chaplain Kuolt. This will be .------4_ ___ _c_ _. __ __ at"s right-Is married! _...___Sterling Hayden

Chaplain 045-his "The departure Kuolt's Failures last on service July of Jesim"by 13.before II I Bauman Del Gobbo, Subrick Win Honor Man Roles- II The President's- NATTCENTER Thurs., Lady July 9.

Chaplain Montgomery Two sailors and a Marine Marine Bauman finished aheadof ._ ...-....._.._Susan HaywardFrI.
man, Okla., '
prior to
I walked of with honor coming
Protestant student I 158 ., July 10
graduates at ANP( ) withan Jax and has
0830) -All Saints recognitions last week at Naval ( been assigned to I Arrowhead _.._ Charlton Heston
\ 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel.Chapel. I Air Technical Training Center average of 89.39. A native of NAS Quonset Point, R. I., "onl Y Sat., July 11

0930-r-Sunday) School. schools. Pittsburgh, Pa., Bauman attended ISO miles from home." The Blue Gardenia _... .

1015-All Saints Chapel. I Marine Pfc. John Bauman ThieJ College and enlisted in I A graduate of Boys; Town Nebraska j _....._._.._ Anne Baxter

CdhoJicSundaY0830 took honors at Jan. 1933. He was assigned from NAVAL HOSPITAL

Airman (P) here to A School Memphis. GeorgeSubrick Thurs., July 9

; 1000 Mass! St.Edward's School while 1 I A Avon The Clown _..._._._ Red Skelton
Del Gobbo
Chapel. FnnkDelGob. \ honors at Fri., July 10

Saturday0800Mass.Daily0630Mass. bo, AKAA was topped Students last AK I r s,;. AK School the The President's Lady _. -

honor studentat previous .. -................Susan Hayward
Sunday-Mass at Hospital Chapel week with an week.
AviationS a Sat., July 11
1G45.( tor ekeepers average of 83.- He compiled an Arrowhead ..._ Charlton Heston
Mormon School. 75. From' New .. average of 84.
It r -
Haven Conn., 9.
1930-Tuesday--NATFC Chap.Jain's 'A Subrick, A A, he enlisted in .,cs: Subikk: loin Weekend Tide Table
office. given be-
Bauman was Oct. 1952. He Subrick ed the High Low
Christian Science lated recognition as honor student attended Air.'r in Oct. Navy A.M. P.M. A.M. P.W-
1000-Tuesday NATTC _.",.n 1953, attended ANP( ) I
Chap.lain's at AK School for the weekending
I' man P Sat. 1'48
( ) School at Norman and has 8:03: 8:26: 1:55: :
office. been
June 26. I Del Gobbo School _at Nor- asigned to NAS Norfolk. ; Sun. 8:44: 9:07: 2:35: 2'30I ::


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9 July 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page Tree

128 Patrol ,' '\.' ;, ,
Boys : .i Civil Service BLOOD DONOR
... ,".,, ..'' r. ,'" :": : i',
Hold Fifth AnnualEncampment :' c1 : 7 (' Jobs OpenCritical CLUBS ADD

needs within
: the Sixth Naval District and else- Gallon Club gained its
The fifth annual encampment : .; : ;, > : where have been posted Severalof seventeenth and eighteenth

for members of the Jacksonville the vacancies are here in the members last week as reportedby
'" : :CI"'AS'S'.. F h Armed Forces Blood
School Patrol is In
Boy now pro Jacksonville area
.. ( >
gress at the Naval Air Station. ::.. ( h :- : ,it: Here are the list of jobs avail Donor Center at the NAS In-

One hundred and twenty-eight firmary. New members admitted -
members of the patrol arrived AD f were Charles A. Jenkins '
NAS -Supervisory:
here Monday morning: for a six- i: Engineer CS-8M-12; Supervi- AM2, of NARTU and Harris
of Green Cove
which time under 4 Hofmelster
day stay during; sory Construction Engineer CS- -
Navy supervision, they will learnof Springs Supply.
811-12; Liquids Fuel Gaugcr; LIquids -
Meanwhile, twelve new mem
Navy ways and regulations.Led Fuels Pump Operator; Supervisory -
lIalt Gallon
bers joined the
Patrol Commander Michael
by Construction Engineer,
the total to 530.
Club bringing
Boyd and First Adjutant GS-12.

Lewis Sthaml, the lads were issued New half-gallon members Include -
.....- Cecil FlHd'-Supervisory Fiscal
tags, blankets and mattress coy :
The Patrolers billeted in ALWAYS A SCHOOL!-"What! Another Schoo1-mlht! Accounting Clerk, GS-5. Clyde L. Brown, EM3, Sub
ers. are well be the words of Marine Pfc. Joe Imlay of the Marine Avia- Panama Oily, Flu.-General Engineer Group One, CCS.
__ Building 910, where they were tion Detachment at NATTCenter as he arrived here to AirmanP
officially welcomed by Lcdr.Grimes ( ) School. For Imlay, who has attended enough schools to make GS-7. Pfc. John A. Iell.NATTC.. .

Gatlin, chaplain of All most students shudder this is his ZSth school Included' in his Naval Have Charleston! S. C.- Alice F. Clay, O&R.

Saints' Chapel travels are 21 elementary schools and four high schools Civil Engineer (Paving), CS-7; Jessie L. Garland, ADI, Fas-

Engineering Aid (Paving Inspection ron 6.
Briefed on Begs 'Learned A Lot That Way'
The boys were thoroughly briefed ), GS-6; Mechanical Engineer, J. W. E. Powell, AOAN, Op-

rules and CS-il; Supervisory, Civil Engi eration.
on Navy regulationsto
28 Schools In Lifetime Gives Electronics Pfc. B. Martin I ,
be observed while on the station neer (Paving), G9-12; 9 Joseph

Mechanics, $1.99 p.h.; 10 Radio NATTC.
by Lcdr; Casey J Zane, Service '
Information officer The boys will Student 'Traveling Education'Life's Mechanics, $1.93 p.h.; 2 Naval Ray S. Btookft, AD2, NA-,'
5 Electrical Engineers RTU.
Architects, CS- ; 2
take all meals at the mess hall,
with the meals being provided ata been just one school after GS-5; 1 Ordnance Engineer William E. Smith AD3.,-
field, III., he claims as his hometown GS-5; 2 Electrical Engineers, NARTU.
minimum cost. another for Marine Joseph
GS-7; Electronics Engineer, GS-9. Richard F. Selthoffe, DKSA,
Hear Reveille Imlay, who before enlisting had *
Naval Ordnance Plant, Macon, Green Cove Spilngs.
With reveille at 0550, the Patrol
attended the astonishing total of I'VE GOT SO I liked to move Paul G. Buss AFt, Cecil
will enjoy long full days plannedby Ga.-2 Ordnance Engineers, GS-5;
around from one school to another
27 different and high Field Operations.
the Navy. Featured will be grammar 2 Ordnance Engineers, CS-?.
schools. he admitted; "WheneverI Vandell A. Bovan, Public
softball games, swimming in the stayed in one school for more NAS Key West-Joiner (ship),
pool, movies, use of the gym, visitsto He's now in his 28th, a' service than six months, I was ready to $1.32 p.h.; Administrative assistant -
B. hand O&R.
school this tIme-AN (P) at Joseph ,
the parachute loft and hobby move again." The longest he CS-il.

shops, and tours of such points of NATTCenter-where he is due to I in school
ever stayed one was "
interest as the Hospital area, graduate tomorrow. for a year, the shortest time was a lot As of for nice plans people after the Ma 107 Ticketed For

Naval Air Technical Training Center "Always a bridesmaid, nevera weeks he recalls.
3 '
rines does he want to settle
and aircraft hangars. They bride" almost fits the 20 year- ,
As might be. expected from down? Not at all. Right now he
Traffic ViolationsIn
also will be well indoctrinated in old Marine, for in spite of all the
changing schools so often, Im expects to go to Alaska, where
the art of "policing quarters" by school-hopping, he never quite
lay was forever being set up and the government is homesteadingland
the time they leave for home Sat- got around to graduating. "AllI Three Week's"Watch
back, learning some things two for logging and grazing J
urday morning. lack now to get my diploma is
or three times, missing out on purposes. "And if I get into
one-fourth of a credit", he ex- those one way streets"was
Some of the lads, including thePatrol's
others. "But I think I learneda "
that, he added, "I'll probably be
plained, "and I've gotten that the warning expressed to
top officer Boyd, have "
lot that way, and I really met traveling all the time. station
at traffic court
Marine Insti- personnel
attended the annual summer encampment through a Corps
last week. :
aince it was initiated tute course. '

In 1949. S S Since one-way streets were established -

Police Lt. A. B. Beattie and Officer I HE WENT ON to say that in in. NATTCenter, dri

D. F. Kelly accompanied the about five more days, when he I -" & vers have cooperated well and

group to the station.Observer becomes 21, the diploma is suppdsed violations have been at a min

to come through. So it imum, traffic officials have announced. -

hasn't all been in vain. .
CorpsOn S
Reason for all his traveling A total of 107 men were ticketed -

around was his father's occupation for violations during the period -

'Stand By' For that of a news photographer I' of June 12 through July 3. r

for the Associated Press and Of these, 49 were summonedfor

Surprise 'Attack'All Acme Telephoto, which kept the improper parking; 14 for

family moving around from cityto speeding; 16 for running stop '

members of local Ground city through nine states. Im signs; 7 for wrong lane driving; ",

Observer Corps, which includes lay has lived in just about every 4 for faulty equipment; 5 for '

some civilian employees, depen- mid-western state, as well as I driving opposite ways on one .

dents and Navy'wives here, have Florida and California. Spring- i way streets, and 21 for miscellaneous
been alerted to "stand by" for a 'I i offenses.

surprise air attack.Detachment.
Corresponding sentences were
No. 7, 4674th STATE FRESH WATER imposed totaling 46 auto restric

Ground Observer Squadron FISHING LICENSE AMIDST SERENITY-Newest addition to the recreational: tions, 33 suspended sentences ,.
(Jacksonville Air Defense Filter scene is the recently completed Fishing Camp, located at the foot 24 warnings, 1 revoked license -
JULY 1 Mainside. The offers everything In the
NEEDED BY of Langley Street at camp
Center) has been alerted by way of fishing equipment, boats, tackle, and instructions. It is and 4 dismissals.
higher headquarters to an indefInite Fishermen are warned that now open for use.Anglers. .

"stand by" status to participate new Florida state fishing"li- Dean: "So you admit that thin

in these exercises and in censes must be obtained for Taking AdvantageOf unfortunate freshman was thrownin

preparation of other military fresh water fishing on or af the fishpond. What part did you

emergencies. ter July 1. New licenses are i take in this affair

In Readiness now available at Special Services New Fishing CampThe Sophmore: "His right leg, sir.

Procedures have been estab- office, Building 930.
Potential ob station's first complete fishing camp is now open
shrimpers may
lished for maintaining an up-to- How About A Name
for use by all military personnel.
date alerting system. Main pur tain cast nets at the station'sfishing >.
camp, located behind Located at the end of Langley For Fishing Camp? '
pose is to keep the all-important with all its coves and bays.
defense system, of which the the NAS water towers on street at Mainside, the camp offers The station's new fishing

Ground Observer Corps is an integral Mulberry Bay. There arc a everything in the way of At present, 12 boats are on camp is open but it has no official -
limited number of nets, and hand for either fishing or just
part, ready to operate at equipment and services to the name. Suggested names
a moment's notice.A personnel will be treated on a plain boating. can be submitted to Chief

"first come first served" basis. fisherman. Dependents and guests who are Richard McGee at the fishing
Real Test
Realistic conditions will be followed Once the nets have been Under operation of the Special accompanied by military person camp or to.the Jax Air News..

checked out, a permit for us- Services department, the camp nel may use this facility at their Prizes will be offered.
these "friendly enemies" -
as ing them on the station must offers boats, motors, fishing tackle own risk. Personnel on duty at
to sneak throughthe
defense attempt web. It will be a real also be applied for. These per- and eevn advice on the best the camp will instruct all per ther than 500 yards from shore. '
mits are now available at the spots to "wet the hook." Live baitis sons in the proper handling of No \
intoxicating beverages
test of the readiness of the
Ground Observer Corps. Marine Barracks, Building not aavilable yet, but will be boats and may restrict use of will be allowed in the boats.

916, at no charge to the appli- on hand in the near future. boats if in their opinion safetyof 4. All boats must return at
Col. Murray Woodbury, Com- is in
cant. Chief Richard McGee, in chargeof personnel or equipment least 30 minutes prior to dusk.
mander of the 35th Air Division Shrimping In the restricted danger by the use thereof.
will 5. In of inclement weather
the fishing camp, give case
(Defense) has warned all Ground seawall in the
I areas along the pointers ,on technical and prac The following safety regulations or strong winds, all boats will
and Filter Cen-
Observer Units / vicinity of hangar 140 will tical aspects in the art of "an will be in force and must I II return to the Fishing Camp or,
ters that these coming tests may I again be permitted this year I be adhered to by all personnel:
actual gling. He also hopes to have a if this is not safely possible,
well be forerunners of
The station
on a limited photo mosaic on hand to give 1. Only two persons will be allowed make for the nearest land and
warfare and that the experience authorized to issue
received will be invaluable in police are local Isaac Waltons a complete in a boat at any one time. telephone Special Services, extension -

15 permits daily. picture of the St. Johns River, 2. No boat will proceed fur- 512 for instruction
case of enemy bombing.



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Marines Able To i f 635 Carrier Landings In 7 Months

Hold Efficiency Six VA-105 Pilots Accumulate 100

Despite ReductionThe Landings Each Aboard One CarrierThe

flexibility of modern Naval Aviation, which enables, air
Marine Corps will be able
groups and squadrons to hop from one carrier to another, makes it

to support adequately Us three rather exceptional for any one pilot to accumulate 100 landings on

combat divisions and three combat any single carrier. But, VA-105 has six such aviators now aboard.

air wings-including; the 1st Mar ,Just returned to NAS Cecil -
twenty pilot In the
Field the "Centurlans of the USSTarawa" squadron
ine Division and 1st Marine Aircraft ,
Ma 1719, an of 8G
average per
(CVA-40)) reached their
Wing fighting in Korea pilot.
enviable mark on an extended
despite personnel reductions dur- Comdr. R. p. Cline, Air Group
.tour with the Sixth Fleet in the!

ing fiscal year 1954, headquarters Mediterranean.The Ten Commander, also qualified as

a Centurian with 107 landings. Lt.
officials S
anno nced. total of 635 carrier landings -
Vaughn, a newcomer to carrier
While testifying before the Senate In even months were made ,
aviation by virtue of never having
subcommittee by Comdr. F. C. Auman, Commanding -
on appropriations
qualified before In carrier-type"air-
Officer of VA-105, with:
Gen. Lemuel C. ShepherdJr. ----_.- -. craft aboard ship, not only qualified
108; Lt. W. W. Vaughn, 109; Lt.I .
., commandant, said the fighting CENTURIANS-Title won by these men of VA-105 is ."Tara- aboard the Tarawa but was

units would retain their combat wa Centurlans". They made at least 100 landings each on the attack Wtlloughby; Lt.jg) A. D. the first of the pilots to hit the
carrier USS Tarawa during an extended seven-month McFall, 111; Lt.jg( ) W. M. Le
effectiveness. hundred mark.
Support units wouldbe cruise. Front (row left to right' ) Lt. L. Wiloughby; Comdr. F. C. wallen, 102; and Lt.jg( ) F. M.Wiftenbaker .

fewer and smaller than origin Auman, squadron skipper, and Comdr. R. P. Kline, Air Group 101. The total number In addition to Centurian honors,'

ally contemplated in the initial Ten commander Back row, Lt. (Or) W. M. Lewallen; Lt. (Oc) \\. I two of the pilots made "anniver

Marine Corps budget, he added. -W. Vaughn: --;-Lt.-(jg) E. M.. _Wisenbaker_ and Lt. (jg) A. D. !McFall. of landing made by the sary" landings aboard the Tarawa

and were presented with the traditional

Will Free 6,000 Fasron Six..VP-] 1. VC-62. Vr-]02, VJ-2 VA-35 Report 7 bakery goods. Cakes went -.

to Lt.jg) Lewallen for the! 37.-

000th landing on 9 December, and

Reserve Officers, Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadronsber landing to Comdr.on Auman 2 February.for the 38,000th

Navy AnnouncesMore I'asron Six I ---a. t.
burgh. of VC-62 for nearly two years,
Jackson G. Rogers, YN3, of I
than 20,000 reserve officers Eugene C. Bissell, SN, and wife was married to :Miss Nanelle DavisIn MATINEE MOVIESAT
First Lt. division, has been picked
will be released during the I are proud to announce the arrivalof Pensacola on June 27. Lt. (jg) NATTCENTER
White-Hat-oMhe-Week for continuous -
next 2 months because of reduced a baby boy, Michael Eugene Russ recently returned from a
good work as the squad- Afternoon movies are now
Appropriations, Defense Department born June 28 at St. Vincent's Hos cruise aboard the USS Midway.
ron's Yeoman. being shown at NATTCenter
officials have revealed. pital. :Michael weighed in at 6 Ibs., Just' about a fortnight old now

Making the l first announcementof Reporting to Fasron Six from 4 ozs. "Dad" will receive his dis ii Diane Jan Ladd, who was born auditorium as well as Main-

the cut back, the Navy said it Great Lakes, in May 1951 1, he was charge papers tomorrow, com- to John and Marilyn Ladd, at the side movie house.
Matinee at NATTCenter is
would affect about 6,000 assigned to Administration and pleting a four year enlistment. Naval Hospital. Dad's an AK3
reservists -
three months later sent TAD to at 1300, while Mainside beginsat
/:, from the rank of captain Fasron Six staged an inter- with the squadron.The .
I 1400.
ComFairJax Office In
down to lieutenants junior grade. Legal Julyof squadron horseshoe and ping pong strains of "Off We Go Into

Army officials estimated the following year, he was sent tournament last week. the Wild Blue Etcetera" can be.
to Naval school, Naval Justice AN Mohammed Hassan
10,000 of its officers I Robert L. Pruitt, AMS, won the heard in the VC-62 spaces, in ; ADAN
reserve R. I., in August and Robert
Newport graduating Zeigler, AMAN.), and
rrorn colonels to lieutenants will I horseshoe toss with Richard S. harmony with "Anchors Aweigh", !
I and has held his present job three men from Naval Photo
be released.: The Air Force put I Hurroun AM3, an runner-up. Wal these days. Inspiring this blend of
ever since. graphic Center NAS Anacostia
its figure at about 4,500: I ton B. Floyd, ADAN, walked off anthems Is Capt. Charles S. Mel ,
Rogers bails from Turtle Creek, (Alvin Paul, PII3; William Mor-
with top ping pong honors with ton, USAF, who was selected froma
The Navy announcement said: Pa., and is a 1948 graduate of gan, AFAN and Rodney McGuire,
Walter Ditchek, AT AN, runner-up. group of volunteers to partici
The officers to be released, in Turtle Creek High. He attended AFAN), Thomas Nickens, Jr., AN,
First winners
place were awarded pate in the pilot exchange with
many cases, have been on active Douglas Business College of Me- came from the Receiving Station,
wallats while the
runner-up re- the Navy, Captain Melton's former
duty for considerable periods of I Keesport, Pa., and WashingtonTrade ceived NB Charleston S. C., and Stanley
a cigarette lighter duty station was Shaw AFB in
time and I have fulfilled their periods School, Pittsburgh Parrish, AEMAN, from NATTC,
Joseph, E. Clark, ALCAP( ) South Carolina, He states that he
of obligated service. The As soon as his tour in the Navyis Jax to VC62. shifted James F.
checked in for duty July 2, from is looking forward to his carrier

plan of the Navy Department is completed, he plans to returnto NAS Patuxent River. He has been qualification and cruise. I Coughlin and Leo Kelly, ON's.

to give at least four-months no- "PA." and exchange wedding Lts. (jg) Claude Navarrette and
assigned to Operations Office
After in various
lice to those officers being re- vows with a hometown gal. He i II tVF serving capa- Del Evans made VC-62 their home I

leased" considering working for Westinghouse cities for the past 25 months, Lt. I. last week as well. Edward M. I

i Electric Corp., of Pitts- -11 William Eason leaves the squadron Smith, AE2, and Donald E. Ren-
I The pMt few months have
I for General Line School in Monterey
AidsI I ninger, UH2 were discharged this
Training brought a big turnover in person- Calif. Lt. James McDaniel week, and Charles
Clayborne WAS
nel to the Red Rippers. Fifteen,
has orders to
to the
report Office released to inactive duty in the
Part Of FaetuDetachment new men have reported for duty of Naval Intelligence for further Reserves.

along with three officers. assignment.
C *
Capt. Ray B. Furlong, USAF, I
A considerable number of .
TwoFleet new VF-l02
reported aboard in April and has I
men have moved into 62's spaces I A n unusual take off was .
flown just enough field carrier .
Air Jacksonville Aviation lately, including a draft of men prompted by the engineering mal-
landing practice now to make him
Training Aids Unit is now a partof from Fasron 6 (John McConkey, function aboard the USS Ben-
anxious to get on carriers. The
the FaetuLant DetachmentTwo rest of the squadron keep telling AMAN Harold Braasch, AMAN; nington ((VA 20)) while at Guan- I

as a result of reorganizationplans him there's no hurry. Billie Miller, ADS; Maurice Gagne, tanamo Bay, Cuba. Lcdr. Roy B.

completed here this month. Dalton. leading VF-102, was catapulted ,
The squadron party last month,
Fleet air units in this area off in his F9F-5 Panther
went in
off fine style at the
will have while the ship lay at anchor.
now a more complete '
"Carribean Club". In addition, officers
and: effective training program 4A Such jet launches are consideredvery
M had a swimming party of
than was'possible when the two rare.
their own last Friday night at
Upon completion of ,one year's
groups were operating separate Lake
Kingsley and oddly enough
Aviation duty with the squadron, John W.
ground training, \
most of the beer and food had to
electronics and anti-submarine Schassar, ADC, leaves for El Cen-,
be brought back to Jax.
warfare instruction is now avail- tro, California, where he will attend -
The squadron will lose Lts. (jg)
able drone school.! Registered in
through one central
McGinty, Zeke Huelsbeck and
quarters as a result of the Com- Bob Dreeson to Patuxent River, Airman Preparatory School by

.r now now are Robert E. Baggett,
AirLant directive ordering the
where all three have been chosen .eSPARKLING
merger \ AN, and Brandt H. Wehr, AN.
to attend Test Pilot's Training
School is in Norman, Oklahoma.
Lcdr. William
M. Ostapenko, School.
Gerald T, Prudome, AD2, was
Mho became officer- 1
recently For the past two weeks, training
received for duty from the Naval
of the Faetu detachment
in-charge ; emphasis has been placed on

here, has charge of the rocket firing, with competition to Hospital.
combined Jax unit which has follow soon.

Its headquarters in Building Congratulations are extended to VJ-t
AT FAETU- Operation of Hurricane. Hunters have said
168. this water distillation balloon members of the squadron swim
farewell to five of their working
Lcdr. Clarence C. Amos!, formerly designed for use on life raftsis team who, without any practice,
explained by Lcdr Clarence the recent station companions. Thomas J. Clear,
officer in-charge of the won ,. swimming
Amos (right) to Lcdr. William ADAN, and Thomas B. Doonan,
ATAU, is now assistant O-in-C meet.
Ostapenko who has recently AN, departed last week for Lake-
and is aids of *
training officer. become officer in charge
Electronics hurst, N. J. Thomas J. went for
the Fleet Airborne VC-6t .
Until his here
assignment Lcdr. duty Thomas B.
Training Unit Detachment for Parachute
Lt (jg) James M. RUM, mem-
Ostapenko was attached to the Two. ATAU has combined with Riggers "A" School.A .

Atlantic Fleet Faetu headquarters Faetu in a training program Capt. Brown Commands pair of VJ-2 "Hurriphooners",

in Norfolk. He has been engaged reorganisation. and members of the Century Club,

in various FlaGp Reserve Fleet BEAUTY-The
training pro- headed south for duty at Key
for the past 10 BOBS Payments Due Capt. W. D. Brown has diamond that lovely Dorothy
grams years. relieved Hart Is holding is claimed to West, recently, where they should

Additional information on the Blue Cross Blue Shield policy Capt. Chauncey Moore as be worth $250,000, but the get mighty fine suntans. They are

courses available may be had by holders are reminded ,that Commander of Florida Group, poor gem suffers In comparison Alvin L. Davis, AL3, and Harry

calling Lcdr. Ostapenko at 558 or Atlantic Reserve Fleet at Green with its lovely setting. The ,
payments are July 1314. Jewel Is featured ,In Dorothy's Ferguson, ALL Davis became a

Lcdr. Amos at 8296. Cove Springs Naval Station. forthcoming film. (Please Turn to Pare 5, Cole 1)I

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9 July 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five


W4NEK Calling Employees To Elect

-r Ham Club' Reaches Most Points of World I Shop Two Committeemen'days remain for station : :'

I'' employees' to nominate candidate -:\

SALTY HUMOR FROM W4 Nan Easy King calling ,..w=. for election to station shop committees I
North Africa W4 Nan Easy' and to the Board of Di- 'r
L HERE AND THEREThree King calling England W4 Nan rectors of the Employees Asso r

seamen were scrubbingthe Easy King calling Germany ,' :, ciation. I i.\I

deck when the inspecting officer I I It's not the Voice of America ; Forms can be obtained from '

came In. Then a fourth sea nor a national network police call. br.TI election supervisors in each department -

man entered with an empty wheelbarrow l- These are the calls which go out .

turned it over and daily from the "Ham Club" loca- \

wheeled it out. This happened ted In the NAS Electronics Shop, ,
Announces :f
several times, and finally the officer Building 954.W4NEK VA .

demanded know what was (call letters for the I

going on."We're, station) operates daily. Ham fans Special Low Cost ::1

swabbing," volunteered who enjoy "speaking, to "buddies"all .

the seaman with the wheelbarrow."I over the world are always on Insurance .

can see; that," angrily replied hand. They will even help personnel -
the officer, "but what are you do- wishing to relay messages Nearly nine times as many vet

ing with that wheelbarrow?" overseas or to points In the U,S. erans now have the special post- .

"Well, ;you) see, sir, we're In a Korea GI term life insurance po.. 1

hurry to get through. So I go THK CLUB IS open practically lacy as had it a year ago, Veterans

outdoors, get the wheelbarrow full anytime dining the day and night Administration has vevaled.
of sunshine; and dump it on the for club members who make con- These policies are the 5-year )

tact with fellow .. nonconvertible, nonparticipating !
floor so It'll dry faster "hams" all over &!''r
term life insurance for which eligible )
the world. Contact with another "IT'S WONDERFUL"-"PracUcalJy like talking to a next ,
A team composed of Armed station Is made in a matter of door neighbor", exclaims Mrs. George Kruzirk as she talks to her post-Korea veterans must
I minutes and CAn be kept as longas husband Lcdr. Kruzick, Ordnance officer of VP-16, now stationedin apply to VA within 120 days of I
Services police was playing a soccer Port Lyauley. Awaiting her turn at the "mike" Is Mrs. Du- their discharge or-separatlon from
I game with a team composed the two stations wish to talk Wayne Wedlund whose husband is also attached to VP.16 over service
mostly of seamen. The Instructor with one another. seas. Long-standing member of the Ham Radio Club, Chief Bill e s rS
vas outlining the principles of the Williams, keeps the channel clear, D I
I Post-Korea veterans eligible to j
CONTACTS IIA n'en been to the club. New members
game. operation, many lives have been join apply to VA for this insurance'are
"If you can't kick the ball," he arranged for wives here to con- i made enjoyable through the med are always welcome. Personnel those with service in the U. S.

said, "kick one of the men on the verse with their husbands over 'ium of this ham station. interested in becoming members of armed forces anywhere in the

other team. Now where's the seas. In order to accomplish this Other than a basic knowledgeof the club ctfn contact Chief Bill world since June 27, 1950, the j
ball 1""Ne't'r feat, a schedule is made a few radio and electronics, no puUI Williams at the Electronics Shop,
I start of the Korean hostilities, who "
days before in order to have the cular
qualifications are necessary Building
mind the ball
shouteda I were ordered to active service fora
wife and husband at the I
big seaman. "Let's get on with tcspec- period in excess of 30 days and
live stations! at the same time. In
the game." who were entitled to the free indemnity
the years the club has been in 31 Receive Diplomas At Wing 11's protection of the law.

Mable: "You should not be diets These policies may be renewed

couraged. In this world, there is a ONE-WAY TRAFFIC Aviation Radio-Electronics School I every 5 years at the premium rate

man for every girl and a girl for for the then-attained age. They
FOR 4 STREETSFour Ninety days of intensive train- not be converted to other
may any
every man. You cannot Improve on ing period was 3.42.
an arrangement like that". streets In the Naval Air ing for 31 trainees at Fleet Air High mark among 18 aviationelectronics type of GI life Insurance, nor are

Sadie: "I don't want to improveon Technical Training Center area Wing 1 ll's Electronics Schoolswas students they entitled to dividends under

it. I just want to get in on it". have been designated for one- culminated here last week i the law. But the premium cost for s,
way traffic between Yorktown during a double graduation cere- was gar- most ages is the lowest of all

Sailor: "Is Lana Turner there?" and Birmingham Avenues. mony. Capt. Arthur S. Born, nered by An- other types of GI life insurance administered -
The changes include Biscayne Commander Fleet Air Wing 11, thony Coke, by VA.
Wave: "I believe you have the Street-one-way North; presented the diplomas AN, of Fasron Post-Korea veterans who apply n' "
wrong number. Childs Street-one-way South; 105, Coco Solo, for this insurance within the fixed'
Sailor: "No, I haven't.She sleepsin (Kelly Street-one-way North A mark of-3.88 gave top honorsin ; C. Z. Honor 120 days of their discharge or
aviation radio -1
the east wing, topside", and Gillis S t etc t-one-way i' student for theWing's separation do not requite a medical
Bob Andrews
tions to
Wave: "If you know that much South. communica-I Avia- examination
about her, why didn't you try getting VP-5. average tion Radio 1 e

I her right telephone number" Koke Class 2-53, The St'n-IC'f'mf'n' Indemnity and \

1, Insurance Acts of 1951, which
R. Sims AN is also ;
George ,
Scouting The Squadrons from Fasron 105. set up this insurance, also provide :, i
(Continued from Page 4)) another type of special. life Insur-
certificates of
Receiving com- r
Century-Clubber while stationed ance for disabled Post-Korea vet-
in avIa-
at Miami, and Ferguson qualifiedhere pletion erans discharged on or after April :

In September, 1952. tion radio 25, 1951, with service-connected ;.'I I

Leaving the squadron and the were: MagnusO. disabilities that would be com pen-
AOUC Brendmoen sable If 10 percent or more I In de-
Navy is Linwood L. Clay, .

who goes with best wishes Into *, A T 3; OceolaJ. gree. ..
This insurance includes both
civilian life Byrne, AT- term and
permanent plans coverage
I VA-S5 AN; Eulis E. with conversion rights, but

In the Annual Dive Bombing e : Cramp, ATAN; 4'4 + with no entitlement to .dividends
under the law
Competition held in June, Atta.ckSquadron Edward M. .
35 received eight "E" Dehr, S N ; ;:;'dre"I Disabled post-Korea veterans 'i.-.'
r. may apply to VA for this insur- .,.
award, with outstanding scores Frank Di Pierro, AN; David H.
by Lcdr. James W. Conger, CO of Dribble, ATAN; Charles A. Har- ance within one year from the
the squadron; Lt. Howard O. 0f' ris, ATAN; Dean A. Hartzell, date VA finds their disabilities to

Smith; Lt. (jg) Donald C. Hamilton &P! ATAN; Gerald! A. Kling, SA; be service-connected. But a medical
... Ronald H. Mook ATAN Fred examination is required to de-
; Lt. (jg) Tyler F. Dedman; .. -- ;
Lt. (Jg) Hubert B. Loheed; Lt. GRAD-BAG PLANE-One thousand hours were spent work- W. Saatkamp, ATAN, and termine whether the applicants

(jg) Kenneth L. Beckman; Lt. ing on this Mate model of a P2V Neptune by James Byrne, AMZ. Charles E.. Wright, ATAN. are uninsurable because of non.

(jg) Darrel F. Kirkpatrick and Lt. other(left) odds of VP3.and He ends.used Here hair he curlers Is displaying, needles,It coat for hangers his skipper and Graduates in electronics were: service-connected disabilities.

(Jg) Robert O. Blackington. Comdr. George Ghesquire. David M. Craddick, AN; WilliamE.

Lt. (jg) Hamilton, alluded to as Davis, AN; C W. Denslow, :'YtA IlLeET NEl,
the "Triple Threat" by his cohorts, Grab-Bag Material .
AN; John G. Dick, AN; Bernard
takes top honors in VA-35 for his

third "E" award this year, having Uses Hair Curlers Tape Needles A Furmanek, AN; Earl M.' .... ):
previously won awards In glide Glasscock, AOAN; Edward J.

bombing and rockets. Coat Hangars To Perfect His P2V"Take Heise, SN; Thomas J. Hollander.. ..w ,t .

The month of June was trading- -- SA; Robert T Hughes, AN; Don- r- _: r w ,.
time, with four new pilots replac- a neck from some old ald R. James, AN; Thomas G. ay
1 inch to 2 feet was used to build 4
ing five of the old clan. New men bottle, an arm from some old McDonald, AN; Leo A. Mieso-
the model. It has a wing span of H
are Ensigns Lewis D. Cotton, PaulE. chair, ,and a leg from some old over :50: inches and an overall fuselage witz, AN; John T. MiLsom, .
Drack, Clayton M. Simmonsand table." So goes the song many of length of about 40 inches. ATAN; Donald K. Oates, AN; j,
Philip A. Hofley. Relinquishedto us used to sing but the-lyrics havea Clifford B. Strang, AN; RobertG. \
shore duty were Lt. Howard special significance to James M. Almost everything on the ori- Wherley, AN, and Robert H.

G. Smith, Lt.Jg) Kenneth L. Byrne, AM2, of VP-3. ginal plane has been duplicated, White, Jr., AA.
Beckman, Lt. Jg) Porter E. Cle- Byrne followed a pattern similarto including the retraction wheels,
air cooler jackets over the pleted before he returned here in
whenhe gun
In the
mens and LUJg) Dare F. Kirk- that described song
.. 'R'' '
and the hatches openingover March. 7.ri.x.nrn. : .C.
patrick, all transferred to Corpus used hair curlers, balsa wood,
Christi, Texas. To Pensacola went safety wire, needles, masking tape the pilots seat. Byrne is beginning to worry The in cartoon a series above of sketches Is the second depicting --

Lt.Jg( ) Roy E. Ewertz. and coat hangers to build a scale When he began the task at Port about the safety of hia model various billets available

Pilots of VA-35 held a party model plane of a P2V Neptune.One Lyautey, Africa all he had to work now. "Something has to be done to AGO Students at NAT-
Officers thousand hours were spent! with was a silhouette taken from with it before the new additionto TCenter.The cartoons are creations -
late in June at the NAS Jax
working on his "sub-killer" and he the Pilots Handbook and the balsa I the family gets any older. She's of the Training Facility
Club; as a farewell gathering Art Shop. This one Is the work
for the departing five. has Invested about ,$15. A scale of wood. His, model was nearly com already meddling.." .f artist Pr Lawrence,



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I Olympic Swimmers Power PensacolaTo a'x + vi i

Sixth Naval District Tank Crown

Powerful shouldered lean
I medley and a second in the three- 100-meter free style-Won by DeFor Z
limbed Fred Coleman, Jax Navy : rest, Key Went ; Fred Ortlck I Pensa.ola .
middle distance star, captured the I meter diving. :? second 1:04.3.: Burns, Pensacola thlrC1.TIr'o .

limelight in the Sixth Naval Dis ; Chumney Cops Tower EventPensacola's -meter brea it stroke-Won by Stan
Black, Pensacola; Cellh ner, I* nlaeo-
trict Swimming and Diving ex-collegians rip- la. second Charles Walden Jut Navy
ped off five first places to four third. Time 1:203: .
Championships which came to a 400-meter free style-Won by Coleman -
close Tuesday night at the NATT- for Jax Navy and one for Key Jar Navy: Cullenward, Pensa
cola second; Holmes, Jut Navy, third
Center Indoor Pool. West. It was the over-all balanceof lime 5:230.Threemeter:
the Pensacola which : ; dlvln*-Won by John
However, his efforts were not entry hUmnfY, Ja< Navy; DeForrest, Key
proved the telling factor. West, second; Don Schlmph: : Jax Navy
enough to overcome Pensacola third
Naval Air Station' 1952 Olympic Gyrations of Jax Navy's John :meter medley relay Won by
rIck ,
Pennnrola (Taylor Black ) Y
Game swimmers as the Gos- Chumney won the diving honorsfor rime 345.5: : y

lings captured the team title with him in a close bit of judgingover F

47 points to 26 for Jax Navy and DeForrest: 6ND Links Meet pA

11 for Key West. For the first time, Waves appeared

.. Coleman churned the waters of ,in the District event with Slated For Jax :
the station tank to emerge with four women from Jax Navy tak- / v :
victories in the 1500-meter freestyle i ing part in a special race. On the :
Course 14
300-meter() medley relay and second night, Britta Reinhardt July s

400-meter free style. broke the women's 50-meter rec- -
Seven team entries have been '
DeForrest, One-ManSTeam ord for the indoor pool, strokingthe
received for the Sixth Naval Dis IIIGn SHOOTERS This quartet of plstoleers placed high in
In taking the 1500-meter event distance in 46.5 seconds. -
trict Golf Tournament which the Sixth Naval District Pistol Championships held here last
he outswam Jack of Pen
Taylor THE BKSUI.TS: gets underway Tuesday, July 4, weekend. Champion of them all, for the second straight is
sacola, who finished third in the 1300-meter: free style-Won by Fred Bob Stringer (front row, left) captain of the lax: Navy entry.
backstroke for the U. S. Olympicteam fcBcola Coleman second Jax Navy!! ); Jack Holme Taylor,, Pen Jut through Friday July 17, on the Runner-up Alfred Smith, Key West, Is on his right. Back row are
at Helsinki, Finland, last Navy'l third l '\\m/22:00. NAS Jacksonville course. Ralph Edwards (left) of Memphis, who finished third and Jesse
100-meter, backl'troke-Won by Tay. Jax Navy's five man team of Wanton, former lax; member, of Miami who finished fifth. Alviullillner
year lor 1'engacola; Marvin Buena Pensa-
Another Olympic team swimmer cola Navy, second thud ;Time Bob 1:11.4.:Wentworth, Jut Erwin Scott, Bill Scarborough, of Pensacola finished fourth.

with Pensacola was Marvin 200-meter free style :Won by Dick Bob Wallace, Pete Garner and

Burns, member of the U. S. water Cullenward ensacola, ,second Pensacola; Nick; Tom Demas Oilman., Jax, Lou Brozo was completed last Annexes District
polo team.Capturing Navy 30ft-mpter third'I Individual Time 2:393.-: medley-Won week with a playoff for the last Stringer

the fancy of the by Coleman Jax Navy: Bruce DePor two berths.
real, Key West, second; Paul (:elthn. -
crowd at the two-day meet was Pensacola, third Time 4'13.9, Opening round of 18 holes
Bruce DeForrest, Key West's"oneman Pensucola 400-meter (Taylor dee style, Oilman relay-Won Burns by Tuesday will be used to determine Pistol Toga Fliers Falter"Where

team." DeForrest; an Orrlck.:197.. Jut Navy, second. Time a team champion, with the ;

all-around man, annexed a first :Women's 50-meter free style-Won remaining 54 holes of medal play.

In the 100-meter free style, a sec- rowel by Britta second Reinhardt; Norma ;Fleming Jackie, third Bor.; counting for Individual l championships there's a will, there's a way." Bob Stringer,

ond in the 300-meter individual Jewell i Cunn, fourth' Time 388 sec only captain and leading shot of the Jax Navy pistol team, provedthe

Memphis Defending; Champs truth of this axiom in the Sixth Naval District Pistol
Defending team champion i
( ,,1/ ,:''q.', ,, Navy Memphis will ,be on handto Championships which came to a close Sunday afternoon, and

/ ward off challenges by-Jax. I today holds his second successive individual district title.

Navy, NATTCenter Jax, Memphis Sax Navy's four-man team was
the final day was trailing by an
:Marines, Cecil Field, Charleston I
not fortunate however
as goingoff uncomfortable margin.
Naval Station and NAS
onds Pensacola. course in its bid for a third Benin '31 Record

consecutive team championship. The steel-nerved Aviation Store.
Playoffs for positions on the
NATTCenter team will be held The Fliers were fourth at 3121, keeper Chief faced his target well
I. In of Alfred Smith, Key
the local
Saturday morning on behind Key West, 3171, Pensacola
Entries West's ace, but he came back witha
greensward. are being 3165, and Memphis. 3157.
fine 842 to triumph by eight "
accepted at the Golf Shack. Stringer was in nothing but hot

To Give Special AwardsIn I water with his ,45's the first two points.
addition to the teams entered days of the shoot and going nltoKid's Stringer scored a 2525 last year
a WithJohn M, Charvat a number of individuals I to win the title but with the jinx

from the District will vie for solo on the first two days managedthis
The foremost diamond problem insofar as this station Tank Meets
awards. Green Cove Springs will year to net only 2181, How.
In concerned is the Sixth Naval District Tournament, which
send Ed Weeks and Mel Hamelin ever, this was still better than
Pensacola will host July 29-Aug. 4, Accept EntriesEntries
quest of honors. Lcs Leschak the first( record set in 1931 of
As it now stands the Fliers can field a 15-man entry
is a single entrant from a Louisiana for the Midget Swim 2478.
for the CND There are undoubtedly a number of fine fellows Air Force Base Meet, July 16, and Junior Swim I Jax .Navy's loss In team competition

on the station who play bridge well and can cut a cute Special awards: will be givento Meet, July 23, are being acceptedby came as quite a surprise to

caper at the USO, however, good baseball players arc at a : ((1)) Medalist for anyone the Jacksonville Recreation Department many. The sudden illness of James

premium which is evidenced by the poor response the past round in the tournament; ((2)) at the downtown office, W. Thomas forced a replacement

two months Best drive off No. 3 tee closestto 311 West Duval. at the last minute and the loss of

Setting Jax Navy for you defensively, with the opening the pin on first day; ((3)) Long Station personnel with children the keen-eye veteran of two local

tournament games less than three weeks away, the home est drive off No. 5 tee second qualifying under age brackets of championship teams was keenly ,

nine tines up like this: Infielders, Jim Coughlin, Tom Neely/ day; ((4)) Most birdies on third each meet are invited to have the felt.
Luttrell and Dick Knoblauch. Outfielders Matt Wolos-
Lucky day. youngsters participate. Stringer In National
Ira Abelson and Joe
xyn, Other team scores behind the
Catchers Hob Horne and "Tex" Westerman. Pitchers
fourth place Jax Navy entry were

Jim Eason, Ralph Bennett, Glenn Nakamari, John SubRon Four, Key West, 3105;
Itubinowski, Ikib Adams and Doug Wright 'That's not NAAS Saufley Field Pensacola,

too much to go on," Coach Frank McCaffrey\ said philosophically 3072; SURAS Detachment. Key

"but, we've a couple of outside possibilitiesfor West, 3034; NAS Boca Chica, Key:

assistance." M r West, 2848, and Sax Navy No. 2,

The "outside possibilities" the Jax Navy skipper had 2682.

reference to are a former Jacksonville high school catcher Among medal winers for Jax

and infielder who is due on this station from ANP( ) School, Navy were C. J, (Stoney) Stone

Norman, Okla., and two utility men already aboard. and Ben Preston, who finished

That's the situation as it now stands. For several weeks seventh and eighth, respectively.

there weren't enough ball players around for two tables of Completing the local squad were

canasta, and it's not much better now. However, the 1952 Bob Munday, Pete Culbertson,

runners-up to Pensacola at Memphis will settle for nothingless John Boettger, Bob Peterson,

this year, and should get it. .a Britta Reinhardt and James Car
Jax Navy's success in the Men's City Softball the District Champion.

League was well earned. The Fliers, after dropping two j ships were being held on the Jack

.** straight, bounced back to win the first half, terminatedlast sonville Police Range, the South.

week, with an 11-3 record and were stronger each eastern Regional Championships of
outing. the National Pistol Association also

Informed personnel at the City Recreation Departmenttold were being run off.

this corner, "Jax Navy is definitely the class of the k 41 TOP DOZEN INDIVIDUALS

league right now, and we rate them a strong contender for 1. Bob Stringer Jut Navy .." 241
2. Alfred Smith. Key West ,,, 2171
Duval County honors. : 3.: Ralph Edwards Memphis .. 245ft
.. 4. Alvin llillner. Pensacola .... 2434
That's fitting praise for the local which has had
----- --- 5. Jesse Blanton. Miami .. 2431
its personnel problems all season, too. Ed Johnis, the classy ND LINKS ENTRANTS-Slated U represent Jax Navy in 6 7.. Allan C. J, Johns, Pensacola :::.. 2430
Stone Jax .....
righthander, has developed into the best chunker of the cir- three of five varsity positions in the forthcoming Sixth Naval 8. Ben Preston Jax Navy Navy .... 2423 2430<
District Golf Tournament to be Held here at NAS July 14-17 are t. J. D. Ellis. Key West ..... 2<<8
cuit and should lead the locals to justification of
every accolade (left to right Erwin Scott, Scarbrough. and Bob Wallace. The 10. John Davis, Pensacola ...,.. 2405
handed them. remaining slots will be filled by Pete Gardner and Loa Bro.... 11.12. Edward J. A. Brewer LaLonde.. Key: Memphis West...... 2389 2394



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9 July 1953 JAX AIR Page Seven

;Iw McDuff Pins ''Initio City

Leogne Loss On Fliers

$ Regaining composure after faltering for the first timein

16 City League starts last week, the Jax Navy Fliers "dug

in" for five consecutive days of baseball with a good chanceto

vd r.i improve a season record of 34 wins and 22 defeats.

This afternoon at Mason Field
to a close a string of 15 consecutive -
the Fliers wind up a two game circuit victories.

series with Ft. McPherson, Ga., at Big Bill Hayes had none of his

1600. Friday" night at Woodstock,
expected sharpness on the mound,
Great Southern's City League entry
>xc t. allowing nine runs to cross before
a : is the foe.
NAAS Sanford returns a visit giving way to Ken Bruning In the

by the Fliers last month, engagingthe sixth.It .

4 local nine here in a two game appeared through the tally ,

set, Saturday and Sunday. City stanzas that Jax'Navy would runaway

League leading McDuff Hardware with another win, as the

,,, --- ,_,.?---- _____ ______ ---- i in---j ---. -c-*ja_ uw-j_ ? i ii IIMii-nil battles Jax Navy, first half champions -
Fliers battered fireball Dub Shu-
"LIVE WIRES"' COP TITLE-Winners of the NATTCenter intramural softball title, Aviation Monday night at Woodstock.
Electrician School softballers above, will represent the Center in the ail-station playoff against theMalnside Hayes, Bruning IneffectUe man for seven hits and a 6-2 mar-
I winner next week. Front row, (left to right) Rosarle Maniac I. Joe Avard, Leonard Lubln- Jax Navy's initial loss in City gin through the fourth.
. ski (roach), Clyde Hatch, Roger Holmes and Franklin Smith; Second row, John Antonelli Dan League play was at the hands of Homer
Sukel, James Avant, Thomas Pederson and Ken Evans; Third row Bill Holmbeck, John Hartley, Home Belts
Desmond Dallmeler and Joe Goss. The Electricians downed AO School, 8-7 in the Center playoffs. McDuff Hardware, 15-9 bringing McDuff picked up a tally in the

I fifth and then unloaded In the

Softball Twin-Bill ;[ Fliers EngulfCaruso I J
'Carded Saturday I 26-1 e. JOJ{ fUR' :ncws1P advantage. Bobbles by Hayes and

Pensacola Marines will engage Dill Ziegler cost the locals a

two station teams in a chance to escape with A minimumof

softball double header under In Loop Tilt : nJt$ damage

the lights of Enterprise Field, r Bob Home's booming hornet un
Saratoga Street east of Mustin Its official now! Jax Navy Is
r' in the lower end of the sixth with
Road, Saturday night. first half champion of the Men's
Jim Coughlin aboard, his secondin
with the NAT-
First game City Softball League Ed Johnis
TCenter Marines and Pens pitched his second no-hitter of the the City League and fourth of

cola is slated for 1900. Jax season, a 26-1 victory over Caruso the season, narrowed the enemy
Navy's varsity, first half Men's Electric, as the Fliers wrapped up Personnel Fasron 109 margin to 10-8, but that was a*

City League Champions, will the title and prepared to take on close as the Fliers could get. ..
vie with the visitors in the all comers as the second half Lefty Jim Eason's five, hit, 6-0,

second fray. opened this week. Gain IM Playoff BerthsPersonnel shutout gave the Fliers a split in a '
two series with West Palm
----- .- -, -- Singles by Moe na san, "Gabe"Gabilele I '
Beach International Airport at
Lil' Ben Topples and two by Ralph Bau- J and Fasron 109 emerged from their respective Mason Field, Friday afternoon.
combined with nine walksto
ghan 1
: Mainside intramural softball leagues with'ic Spilt with wmiA
give Jax Navy 11 runs in the' tories early this weelc to advance into the finals of second The Sky Giants won the opener,
Fleet Net Giants first chapter. Caruso tallied its !
,, lone run in the lower halt without I I half competition, yesterday afternoon at Saratoga Field__ 6-5, scoring three runs in the
I I Fusion 109 escaped with a 4.1 eighth off reliefer Glenn Naka-
R.I. a base hit I afternoon marl to break a 3-3 tie. Coughlin's .,-
At decision over
Newport John! Spins No-Hitter i, Manager John Mannion drove ''I,
American II, single, a triple by Home and DonSchultz'
Caruso "limited" the Fliers to [I home three markers for Commissary wild netted the
For in the pitch
The little man did it again I
five runs in the second and threein I scored often leading his charges to a 5-C Fliers two tallies in the bottom
the second year running, bantam the third, but the locals picked I'
half to offset the
and Gunnery victory over Personnel. Investigation not enough
Ben SobieraJ, the 136-pound Sax up steam In the fourth to plate defect
Victors in after the gamthowever,,
Navy net king, zoomed to triumph seven 'more. Baughan and Nick tion Fasron Four unearned runs In the tint
I disclosed that an ineligible player -
against stiff competition in both Proscls made four pay station the was used by Commissary sc inning enabled Eason to coast to
and'doubles play of the Atlantic gallops while Rollyn Trotter Paul his 10th of the He's
Ingles I victory season
AE School
I II the win, instead, went to Personnel '
Fleet Tennis Championshipswhich Mitchell and JohnU scored three week if I lost three. A scratch single by Ira
I .
came to a colorful close times each. from the Abelson and an Infield error which
In Tuesday's finale against
June 26, at Newport, R. I. Jax Navy split a twin bill with However, permitted him to scamper to third
O ic G, Personnel used four
SobieraJ defeated Lt. (jg) K. C. West Palm Beach International sonnel won home runs -two authored by preceeded Joe Fay's fly to right to

Stengal of the Amphibious Forcein Airport, bowing 4.1 in the opener, would be Moose Crouse and one each ty make it :5-0.>

straight sets, 6.4w 6-2, 6-3, for but surging back in the night cap the Ed Burgoyne and Chief While
the singles championships. He for an 8-4 victory. Johnis was Special
-to back up John Applewhite's
later paired with his Jax Navy credited with the win, allowing; ces such a four-hit pitching for a 15.1 vic

cohoit, Leon Wilson, to upend Lt one single enroute. scheduled tory, !z.

John Warmath of the U.S.S. Midway Jhde! Double Header I It was a 4'I Fasron 109 tallied twice in the

and Jack Webb, FawTuLant The Sky Giants tallied twice I tional League first while Fasron Six: counted

Key West, 4-6, 6-3, 6.2, 7-5 for each in the second and seventh I I The Ad once and then held on to the

the doubles crown while Jax Navy produced a ..In&leI,' volved in a advantage as Don Glidewell spun 1{
marker In the fifth as the Fliersdropped 0 & G and
"Outatanding"Veteran a 3-hitter. Hoggie Carmichael
the first contest. I I completion of
officials of insurance
tournament homered in the fifth for an
last year's Atlantic Fleet tourney A five run third was all Johnis I half tally, the final! score reading

rated the final doubles sets as the needed for the decision in the playoff. 4.1.Light.
second, although four errors and :I 0 & G
most dramatic contest of the tour- action was reported in
nament as Wilson and Sobleraj a single produced four runs as the I I the finals both leagues last week. The ,
kicked up a threat In the day morning (I I
repeated their 52 performance.The enemy I and most important fray was O&G's

host of the tournament, fifth_ --- j 11-1 conquest of CommissaryStore ,eb
Rear Admiral Charles C HartMan ML EN SCOOPS ONE- I which threw the National reTROPHY
Commander Destroyer Force, Displaying some of the form League into a three-way tie.

awarded 13 trophies to players of that won Atlantic him his Fleet second singles consecutive : I VP-5 slugged out an 11-7 decision

four of the nine teams entered. tennis title is Jax.Navy's Ben ', over VP-3 to terminatethe
SobieraJ was further cited as the SobleraJ. Bantam lien teamed second half schedule. Games

"outstanding player of the tour.nament" with teammate I.eon1I50n f which had no bearing on leadership
second straight dou
for their
:) \ in final standings were for
.bles crown..
------- --------- feited.
When Loses Only One the Set awards, -'- 3 7 1_ FINAL M; 'OMI' IIAI.r

KADM. Hartman making lemarked, "The ;:iii-: :: NATlOAi,,'r'SIN. UAOt't(;

all-around good sportsmanship .Team W 1, I'rt.
J'rllll/nnel 7 1 ,x75o&4 !
displayed by all players during 7 1 ..M7Comml"8ry
the 7 1 ..x75HnKpItal COLLECTOR
tournament again
4 4 !44)FAW1l Kehl, Jax: Navy thinclad by
mirrors the ability of Navy men s y u iri' :yy y 3 5 :,315 way of Sub Group One at
to work and play as a team." i NARTU Mayport 2 2 II II .250,250 Green Cove Springs Naval Station -
Operations 2 6 ,254)Communicatlnns shows the "loot" he collected -
Wilson was defeated In quarter 1 7 .125 at the All-Navy and in-
final singles action by George AM.RIC'A: UAin: : ter-service Track and Field

Gondelman of the USS EPCER( ) Team Furun 104 W K 1 1. Pet.aR4VJ.2on championships held recently
*50 Service Force, '7-5, 63. So- FIx 7 z .TT78VCs2 The clock and table lighter
were awarded for first place
WeraJ lost only one of :13 sets! II :. ,76 tie in All-Navy pole vault and
in his drive for the singles crown, \'p.._) 5 4 !5 ,.:.444174 \i third in hop-step Jump, respectively. -
the second net In quarterfinal \'F' 1 R ..11VPl8 \ Luggage Has for
0 9 COO second I.! All Service Hie
fay, 3-6, to "Doc" Hetzeck of "P-l1 A) q ..44411'F472
0 5 .filO vault.I .
flat CruLant.




Eight JAX AIR NEWS 9 July '1953


arm.mD NavCad Time OkayFor 4 ,. ... 20 PortugueseContinued

Pay, But Not I I ( from Page. 1)

the dark colors of brown or
For RetirementService
(Items offering for sale articlesof
black for themselves.
as aviation cadet
property such all
may be counted for basic pay Such items as were not avail-
machines automobiles, furniture,
purposes by any serviceman able on the station were purchased -

radios, clothing and the like are officer,. warrant officer or w-4 In the various department

prohibited by Defense Depattinent enlisted man-:-as ruled by Assistant stores in Jax. The language barrier

regulations. This column Comptroller General I caused. some difficulty

Frank L. Yates. 4 1 4.m : among the local clerks, but everything -
will, however, list such services as I
Active service as a Naval c ck. seems to be turning out
available housing, rides wanted Aviation Cadet in the Naval all right.

and lost and found articles or Reserve .or Marine Corps Reserve S y 1 SNOT

other similar notices.) cannot' be counted as : .. 5... : -_, YET connoisseuers of our
FOR RENT commissioned service for determining domestic dishes, the Portuguesefind

3 rm apt 2805 Oak St Mrs. retirement eligibility the American food very
Robinson. after 20 years of service, good but not seasoned highly

5 rm house, $60 mo, St. Johns of which at least 10 years enough to compare favorablywith

Park ph. 2-0514 or 2-2767, Mrs must be active commissioned .. their native cooking.

Lamb. service. The term "active ser -- ; During off duty hours, the
Fuin 3 rm apt, 4718 Ramona, ph. vice" is defined to mean all -.--'- men have enjoyed "field foot-

2-7323, Mrs. Coonan. service as a member of the -- .; ball" known in this as
-j"REMEMBER- ..... .. .... ------- :- country
I'\lrn 2 bdrm apt, Challen Ave ph. uniformed services while on HANDS OUT, IIEADS UP"-Mid squeals of soccer. All of the mechanics are

2-0291, Mrs. Hanks. active duty or full-time training laughter Clarence Tubbs, BM1, instructs dependent children the able to operate a typewriter, or a

Unfurn 2 bdinj) apt, $55 mo, ph. finer arts swimming and diving at the NATTCenter Indoor "writing machine" as it is called -
The tots ten lessons for two weeks, with a
7-8104 or 88.7483, Lcdr. Bilggs.Furn Pool. get every day in Portugal
chance at obtaining Red Cross Basic Swimmer cards. Left to right .
3 bdrm house, 6115 Commo- FoundationContinued are Bill Combs John Lee Garber, Tubbs, Donna Donnelly and
dore, ph. 6.4050, Mrs. Rodgers. Gwyn Douthlt. Pro-Am Blind Bogey
Share 5 rm home, 3407 College, ( from Page 1)
Take To Water Like Ducks
ph. 2-3552, Mrs. Cason. to Awards Editor ArmecT'Forces Meets List Winners.Winners .

S bdim house, Lakeshore, ph ext Radio Service, 1016 N McCadden
389 or 243, Chief Wright. Place, Los Angeles 38, California. in the weekly Pro-

Garage apt, (80 mo, ph. 2.5703 to be received before midnight on Small Fry Get Daily SplashIn Amateur tourney at the NAS

after 5:30: 2732 4 Lydia, Mrs. Oct. 15, 1953, and should bear the golf course last Wednesday witha

Harford. signature, rank, service number best ball of 32 was the team of

Furn 2 bdrm apt $50 mo, 8542 and organization of the entrant. Four Swimming ClassesLittle I Pete Gardner, Jim Roberts, Bob
Matera, ph. 112-8-3244, Mrs Letters received after that time
Romglin and John Hughes.
Sadler, will be entered in the 1954
compe- splashes make little puddles, but from the size of the Professional Jack
Fuin 5 rm apt, 5453 Harold, $55 tition. Harvey
puddles around NATTCenter Indoor swimming pool one would
mo, ph. 2-9885, )Ira. Bauldiee. teamed with Rear -Adm. OsborneB.
Little Jimm4." ncle make think a whale was harnessed at the bottom.(
Unfurn 4 rrv 2856 : a
garage apt Hardison Capt. Helfrich and"Doc" .
Rosselle noise like a frog" The fact of the matter is that
$65 ph.
.. mo, 88-9166, children's Beginners Swimming Sinnette for second place
Mrs. Durrell. Uncle Joe: "Why, son?" those puddles were caused by Course Tots range from a mere
LIttle Jimmy: "Cause when I the biggest little splashers in the with a best ball of 33.
3 bdrm house, 4302 Genoa, ph. 5 years up with only actual prerequisites
8-4176, Mr. NelmB or apply ask Daddy for anything he always area. / being dependency and Harry Webb ((85-6)) and B. H.
I 'Wait 'til uncle in at the Welch (96-17) tied for honors in
4315 Garibaldi. says your. Currently 'operation ability to stand on the 3 and !4 (
Furn 2 rm apt 2&67! Selma, ph. croaks'," pool is a class for dependent foot depth with their nose: out of the Blind Bogey tournament, the
2-6480, Mrs. Neil the water winning number drawn from the

Furn 4 rm apt 7362 103rd St, ph. 21 Receive Award Checks S S hat being 79. Second place at 77
was Jim Rentz (84.7),
ext. 437 Pauline Ber-
or 2-7832
Each class numbers 50 of the
rien. Employees Find Beneficial Ideas tiny aquatics who usually show Low gross honors were sharedby
Un turn i im apt, $60 mo, 4516 up the first day 'like "a rock, and Lou Brozo and Bob Goetz
Marquette, ph. 6-9907( Mrs At-' who carded 76 each over the
Put Extra Cash 'In The Pocket' float out two weeks and ten les-
kins. sons later like a cork. tricky par 72 layout.

Furn 3 rm apt, 2163 Phyllis St, Naval Air Station employees are still earning extra money and
In charge of lessons is Boat brings them from--t-he" tom
ph. 7.4788 or 7.8223, Mrs. Dodd. prestige via the beneficial suggestion program.
swain Ma'e First Class Clarence the top for the first time in their
Furn 5 bdrm bungalow, $77 mo, La 8t week Capt. Norman A. -----
change No. 460, phase 7, for FG- Tubbs who definitely "has a way I lives. Four classes are (filled a
5109 San Juan Mis.Kwartler. !
ph. 8-1436
lelfrich, Supply Fiscal officer, 1D aircraft, traced on a piece of with children. He starts each fifth, to( start August 3rd is half
awarded a $50.00 check to John B. plywood permitting cable harnessto day with about 10 minutes of cal full all ready. *
TJnfiun 2 bdim apt, 1118 Acosta,
lofmann of Supply for suggestingmore
: isthentics, to loosen the little
ph. 7.6580, Mrs. Garten.Fuin be completely assembled on up Activities at the pool l are not
efficient method of doing
2 bdrm apt, Avondale, 3664 a work bench so that it may be installed arms and legs and, progresses )limited only to these lucky tots.
the ASO Monthly Critical Report.
into the basic steps of floating
Hedilck, ph. 8-1598: Mrs In aircraft as a unit earneda I On occasion several mothers
2 bdrm house, $55 mo, 8-4191 Bryan., or William L. Barnett, Jr., of Public $30.00 check for Marcus J. kicking, stroking, and breathing. have brought small children who

see Bacon at Clay County Works was slated to receivea Oliver Figures from the first class are victims of polio and cerebral
$2500 check from Comdr. Richard graduated show that about 15 of to the who immensely
Farms, Middlebuig, Fla. Checks for $25.00 went to Horace palsy pool, gain
Mann, Public Works officer the 50 were able to the Red from the exercise
Furn 2 rm cottage, 4913 Seaboard T. Kirkland and Henry A. pass given
Av, ph. 8-4000, Mrs McVeigh.FOR : for his Idea of repairing Chicago Hodges, while Stephen Vick and Cross Exam for basic swimmers, by instructors.In .
Pump using a locally manufactured which entails swimming 15
Lawrence Kimberly earned $15.00 yards addition there are classes
SALES steel housing. each. The remaining I I 0 & R out, then half way back for a three times weekly for advanced
bdrm house, Ortega, 4309 Verona Award check totaling $430.00 awards were for $10.00 and wentto restful float of 15 seconds and children swimmers and classes
ph. 88-8307 Lcdr. Olson. were presented to nineteen members finally the rest of the backto
Dudley Boatwright, Junior T. way daily after working hours for be-
B rm house, Lakeshore, 4738 Sepa
of the Overhaul and Repair Teske, James E. Harris, and W. L. shore. ginner adults. Lessons are scheduled
Circle, ph. ext. 698, Lt McCoy. department by Capt. Leonidas D. Rhodes, Othel R. Grace and S a through Aviation Ordnance

B rm house, 3144 Ernest, ph. Coates!, OAR officerriast Thurs Charles H. Moye Fred S. Pedrick However the other 35 are not Chief Irving Franzblau at the
88-7027, Mr. Eberle. '
day morning. : and Edwin S. Robinson to be forgotten. Ten easy lessons pool
Cell equity in Lakeshore home, M a .

5327 Baycrest ph. ext. 759 or George I. Kelly and Ernest Slkee < x

2-3750, Mrs. Boyette. led the group with suggestions

3 bdrm house, $1,500 down, ph. worth '$75.00 earl Kelly's Idea

4-5588 Timiiquana, ph. 2-4818, was for' a small, hand operated,

Mrs. Dunne hydraulic iwedging machine designed
Fuin 3 bdim House 2 baths. and equipped with various

2-car garage. 4374 DeMedici, sized tools to awedge clamp rings

Venetia. Dr. McCarthy. which secure rubber boots on universal
2-bdrtn house. G.I. equity. Lake joints.

Shore Terrace. Lt. Tom Ed.
Bikes submitted a tool and jig
wards. Phone 887856.
combination fabricated from a sal

MISCELLANEOUSDilvlng vaged carburetor throttle body

to St. Louis, 27 July, ph. The tool Is used to check and 3t'g

ext. 397 John Misita. straighten brass throttle shafts s. u

Driving to Philadelphia 17 July, and lever assembly
will return ph. 2-7711 or ext i *

.8"98. Ensign Dich, AGO School. A cheek for $60.00 was presented

Riders wanted from Southalde Estates to Martin L. Rissel for adapt-

0730 to 1600, ph. ext. 225, era designed to be used in con
Mr.. Johnson. junction with electric motor for

Will baby sit, day or evening ph installing sockets on flexible hose.

7.4788 or 7-8223, Mrs Dodd. Krestalude Charles H.
George _____n __ mm.n__ .._n.nn........'...,.., .___
Will baby sit, ph. 7-4197 Miss Moye and D. W, Me G lot nil n
COME UP WITH IDEAS-"On the alertness at Overhaul and
Joyner. shared a $50.00 award,for the de. job" Repair department means
new and better production methods for the Navy and money in the pocket for beneficial suggestion
Will baby alt, day or evening, sign of a puller. to remove auxiliary contributors. Shown are IT of 19 who were presented checks for their Ideas by Capt. Leonidas
1775 Hamilton, ph. 8-4956, Mrs. Impellers R2800-30 engines Coates, 0 & R officer. Front row (left to right W. L. Rhodes Edwin Robinson, Lawrence Kltn-
Addifl. berly, Stephen Vick Junior'Teske. Second row Henry Hodges, George Krestalude Captain Coates,
Horace Kirkland, Fred Pedrick; Back row James lIarris, I). W. McGothlin Charles Moyt Ernest
Will lit 2309 College ph An outline of a complete act 011
baby ,
Sikes Marcus, Ollyer, Dudley Boatwrlght and George Kelly Absent were Othel Grace and Martin
: 7-4924, Mrs. Anchors. cables used in' aIrcraft! service Ris.llel.Page .