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Is Everybody's Business Don't Be Haaalf Safe! j jf




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

To Release 2,200 wi ', ,,'':'': .. ," L;;.vuF' Howard Posts r

Reserve Officers New Mark At

Next JanuaryAbout t4 ; AO(0)( ) SchoolAfter \ : AKMACN

completing the final
2,200 Naval Reser-
exam for the ten-weeks' courseat
vists now on active duty, in dLHEAP

grades of lieutenant through. Aviation Ordnance Officer

captain will be released to inactive School, Ensign Robert E. lIow-

duty due to the Navy ard set a new high average witha

officer cutbacks this fiscal
; score of 95.75. + .
The grade was highest for 105: L
Under the program, no Reserve
officer students who have
jaygees or ensigns will be forced ,,>A gone
through the school In more thana
out, but will be released on completion ,'
J < Y :- year and a half's time, and
of required duty tours. A
especially note-worthy since
thousand of the 2,200 are lieutenants -
Ensign Howard was forced to
complete the course a 'week
early in order to fulfill his next
Divided into two groups, the TOP STUDENT LEAVES-Briefcase in his right hand, a assignment date. BIO SIT-DOWN
officers considered by the boards model of his trade in his left, Ensign Robert Howard rets a fare- STRIKE-Strictly for the sake
well from Lt. Joseph Andrews, training officer of Aviation Ordnance A graduate from the Univer of Ffc.
a posed picture, Raymond
juid marked for retention are-
Officer School. Ensign Howard, graduated a week early, sity of Alabama, Ensign Howard
(1)) for release only If "unantici managed to grab honors for his class with a grade of 95.75, a rec- Bear Don't Walk (right),
completed Officer Candidate
pated and drastic reductions" in ord for the school. mimics his name while Lt. N
School at Newport, R. I.
Butterfield "It
Clyde pleads
stregnth later im-
personnel are
For Representation March 8, this year. He came to'
posed, and ((2)) for release in the Jax to just Isn't done In the Marine
attend Aviation Ground "
event of further "phased" reduc- Corps and please get up. Pfc.

tion in personnel strength beyond Officer Preparatory School and Bear Don't Walk, a Crow in-

that now planned for fiscal.1954. Employees Elect MembersTo May finished 15.From. high in the class on dian from Lodge Grass, Mont.,

The board is headed by Rear is a student Aviation Store-

Adm. Ellery W. Stone, and reviewed AGO School he movedto keeper School at NATTCenter.
the Ordnance Officer train-
records of nearly 4,200' Naval 14 Shop CommitteesStation .
Ing school. He will be assignedto
Reserve lieutenant commandersand
Air Group Three after completing Bear Don't Walk
above for retention on active ''
lit civilian employees went to the polls last Friday a more a.dvanctd'course
duty. It ruled that 1,200 lieutenant to elect fourteen new shop committees and to replace four of Ordnance Weapons

commanders commanders and members of the Board of Directors of the Employees Association Answers Muster
captains must be released involUntarily _

to inactive duty next January Weekend Tide Table
Final tabulations by the Indus-

trial Relations department shows Ernest Chambliss, Retha James; At AK SchoolIf
S SIt Shop Committee No. 6Chairman High Low
that seven shop committees will
alto ruled that 1,000 Reserve Bryan Cornwall, Iva Hop- A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.
represent Overhaul and Repair, you should hear some-
lieutenants must be released in per, John Robinson; Shop Com- Sat 5:18 5:55 11:23 _
four at Public Works, two at : : : one call for Private First
Officers to be released mittee No. Chairman James
January. Supply-Fiscal, plus one committee Sun. 6:16: 6:47: 12:07: 12:17:
will be in inverse order of the Lamb, Roland Couey, John Class Raymond Bear Don'tWalk
to represent all other departments -
priority for retention established Sands. at muster, don't head

by the board. The 2,200 officers Chosen to represent Public Weather ReportFriday for the showers for a reawakening -

scheduled for release in January Works (three to 'elect) -Mostly cloudy with
ELECTED: to 0 & R Shop were: That's the real
represent about six percent the showers.
Committee (three to elect) were: Group IV2-Chairman Russell name of a lad stationed

approximately 37,000 Naval Reserve Committee No. 1 Chairman Bucca, John Eckels, Juanita Lest Saturday and SundayPartlycloudy here. .
officers on active duty with scattered thunder-
Frank Byers, Dorothy Farady, e r ; Maintenance Division Raymond Bear Don't Walk
Reserve officers who will be rerlease Chairman Edward Clary, Samuel showers.
Christine. Hartwell; Shop Com- has reported to Aviation Store

( Turn to Page 2, Col.3) mittee No. 2-Chairman Edwin Mangum, William Thompson; keeper School at NATTCenterfrom

Robinson, Horace Duncan, Hiram Transportation DIvisionChairman basic training at San ,

Van Houten; Shop Committee Paul Green, Matthew Local Version Of Diego, Calif.

Make Plans For No. 3-Chairman James Wood, Grundig, Clyde Hepline; Utilities Proud of his Crow Indian,

Robert Boyer, Dewitt Hewell; Chairman Edward Roberts, 'C-Ball Express'Flying heritage, Raymond's home is in

On-Base Shop Committee No. 4 Chairman Johnnie Leavins, Dan Macon. Lodge Grass, Mont, a part of

College J. E. Gay, William Atwood, t Over ,Jax the crow reservation where his

Paul Dreibelbis; Shop CommitteeNo. SELECTED as Supply -Fiscal grandfather, the original Bear

'Credit CoursesPlans 5-Chairman Robert Wagner, (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 4)) "Cannon Ball Express." That'san Don't Walk was a chieftain of

..-. .. .. .,, expression heard and seen by the Crow tribe.Raymond's .
"' '
are'being discussed for ...,,:' :r: : ; ;::: 1 many people, many have sung or mother is a descendent -

the fall course of the,Off-Cam- ."
pus college credit program to *y. : ; seen It. But Ensign Ted Cann and He and his three brothers and

be conducted at NATTCenter. 4''I; LtJg( ) "Shorty" Ball of VF-173 one slater, can really claim true
'I American The 19-
John Mlklos, representative fly it. ancestry.
'year old student will serve three
of the University of Florida ex Theirs' I Isn't the same one refer '
with the Marine
tension course program, met I red to in song but Is much more years Corps.

with Lt. Vito Magaddlno and streamlined and many time fas

Andrew Dow, educational rep- ter. The one they fly Is a swept FIRST CLASS EXAMS

resentative of the Center, to wing F9F-6 Couger Jet.

map plans for the program Robert Landress, ADI, plane SCHEDULED TUESDAY Y

which will commence in September captain of the sleek new craft, Personnel vying for first

was responsible for the nickname, class ratings (E-6)) will musterfor

The college credit courses painting on when Ensign Cann
the examinations at the
will be open to all service per and Lt.jg) Ball were assignedthe
Main Mess Hall at 0730 Tues
sonnel and their dependents In s plane.
day August 25.Tuesday's .
the Jacksonville area, and all Piloting the "Cann'n Ball Ex
exam is the finalin
civilian employees from various press" is a far cry from Lt.Jg( ) the series of three Navy-wide

activities here.A Ball's former duty station aboardone
Petty Office? tests given this
total of nine subjects are of the Navy's submarines. He
month. Over 350 Airmen and
expected to be offered at a cost has been in VF-173 for about 18
Seamen competed for third
of $16 per course. Each course months and Ensign Cann has been
class rates (E-4)) August 11,
I lasts approximately five CANN'N BALL EXPRESS-Dusting off the Cann'n Ball Ex- one of the "Jesters" for about six
with 150 more mustering for
months. press lettering, on this F9F-6 Cougar jet is Ensign Ted Cann, months. Both came to the Fleet
Details for the program will while fellow VF-173 pilot LUjg( ) Millard "Shorty" Ball and plane Air Jacskonvllle squadron from second class exams last Tues \
captain Robert Landress, ADI, check the operation. Landress created day.Safety .
be revealed at a later date. the nickname by combining the names of Cann. and Ball Jet training unit Klngsville, Tex.



I Two JAX AIR NEWS= 20 August 1953 I

To ReleaseContinued

ill XHMW8 ( from Page 1)

leased to inactive duty in January k4 a4

will be notified by individual letters ss mius5pti

fubjt'hfd' t\try Thursday lor Navy activities at Natal Air Station, Jacksonville which will be in the mail on
It AB, JackMiTlU Sept. 1 and should be received by

Capt. Burnham C. McCaffrr ........?.................Commandta 4)f rtcerCumdr Sept. 15 by all concerned, except
Jamci; : 1L Aimilrong ,....u ................)..:...Executive. OffIctr
Fleet Air Ju.'m. those engaged in unusual operation -

Rear Adm. Osborne B IlardJjcn .................................Commander or in remote locations 1 i '
Cupt Howard V. Hopkins .Chief of Staff
Fleet Air Wl.r Llerea Officers remaining on the two

Capt. Arthur c;. Born .. .. .. ..CommanderCorner.
retention lists will be advised
Joseph X. Thornton :, ::::. ..:::.:..:..::::::::.::.Chlf Stall Officer
huJ l Air Technlrtl TraUlac Cntd of their retention status .by

Capt. David Mofamptn-ll ,? nilljj.....,.... ...-. ...Commanding Officer i'CODldr. form letters ,which will be placedin
lUcbaiU 3. Stuart ...... to ..........................ExecuUve Officer E
Natal ni,lUI the mail before Oct. 15. _

rapt. Edward S. Lowe .,,?..?., t n.......Commanding| Officer .
Capt L. A. Newton Executive officer

Capt. Batten B. Noble ............NABTU........................Commanding Officer Marine Corps 4
Anthony Truato .....................................Executive Officer

The JAX AIR NEWS U published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Unveils Nylon
Jacksonville' Horldo, and printed commercially with non-appropriated funds ,
at no expense to the government; and In compliance with, NAVEXOS P-35. Rev.
Nor 11H6. Copies distributed free of charge at the NArd Air. Station, the
rrtll Technical' Training Center Naval Air Itesene Training, Unit Naval Fabric Boats
Cecil Field, and the U. & Natal Hospital.

Editor-Andrew 11.. Planer
Assistant Editor-Helen Harper; Sports Fditor-John Chanat. AN; Staff Washington (AJTS) Speedynew VETERANS CHEERED-Wave Pat Howell, AN, dancer from
Repoilera-Kd Hrndernon. FNSN: Mlldird Home, SN; Gordon Robbie, SN- ; reconnaissance boats, made of Airman Preparatory School, greets amputees Larry Tatum (left)
L'rculaUon.mltrlbution-Marre Fuwo, J03; Vivian Knox SA. of Montgomery, Ala., Nary veteran and Glenn Smith, Add, Ga.,
The JAX AIR NEWS la a member ot the Armed Forces Press Senice. compartmented nylon fabric that I
API'S, material appearing In this publication may pot be reprinted withoutthe Army vet, during a visit at Veterans Hospital. Lake City, Fla., bya
be inflated in 30 seconds and
mitten of can from NATTCenter. The local
permission! Armed Forces Picas Service Republication of other performing troupe troupers' performance
matter Editor: ,?,JAX except AIn by NEWS.novice publications' Is .prohibited without. permission of used to transport either troops or was well received by the patients at the hospital.

Editorial offices located Building 990 (topside). Hione extensions 8184 I equipment, have been unveiled by -
and .
the Marine Corps. Rhodes
The boats are of two sizes, a Touring Troupe

Stldiers Sailors Relief Act four-man and a nine-man boat. Open

They were designed and built by Washington (AFPS) Officers Entertains Vets

the Playtex Corporation of Dover of the Regular Army,

Offers Much Protection Del. Navy and Air Force"who wish At VA HospitalA

They ran be propelled by to apply for Rhodes scholarships

either paddle or outboard motor may do so with the understanding '
(This 'fa the second,,in She series troupe performers front
and are capable of speeds' la that they will be Cecil Field and Jax
of articles pertaining to the Soldiers ecution of any judgment or order Navy travel
excess of 20 knots empty and ordered to duty at Oxford University -
more than
125 miles
and Sailors Civil Relief Act of entered against him, or may Vacate about 12 knots fully loaded. They in an active duty status last weekto
bring cheer to
J9.O). or stay any attachment or Army, Navy and
can also easily transport the the duration of the scholar
Air Force veterans at the Veterans
COURT PROCEEDINGS: When garnishment of property moneyor marines' versatile new vehicle, ships. However, In !order to receive
action .is started in any court, if it debts against the serviceman the -Mighty Mite" official Service sponsor- Hospital, Lake

is brought to the attention of the In the hands of another, whetherit ship, it is necessary for a candi- City, in a show jointly sponsoredby
be before after The boats are stepless planning the Naval Air Technical Train
court that a default in the appear. or judgment. date to apply with the approvalof
I mils which combine highspeed ing Center and the Jacksonville
ance of the defendant is a result stay proceedings may be his branch.Members.
of his being a member of the for the period of Naval service and performance with a maximum of Wampus, Pup Tent Four, of the
seaworthiness and ease of handling Military Order of Cooties.
for three months thereafter.LEGAL ,
Naval service, the court shall not

enter a judgment against such COMPUTATION OF in surf. ElectedContinued I Dancing, singing, pantomime and

person until it shall have first NAVAL SERVICE: The period of They are also specially designedso ( ,from Page 1)) I ventriloquism were staged for the

appointed an attorney to represent Naval service will not be countedIn that a rupture of one of the Inflated packed hall of patients. The
committee members (three to
compartments will make Rythmaires from Cecil Field Including
him. computing the time limited by
elect) were: Group-
If the court does render judge any law for the bringing of any little difference in the overall per- William Mac McManus Jack Far-

ment against an absent defendantin I action or proceeding! by or against formance. However punctured Moore Frank Reiter Fudge Gilbert rel, Charles Scala and Gene Gul-
Group II
the Naval service, ,and it ap a person in the Naval service. Nor tubes can be repaired or replaced & III-Chairman David; Young datta provided the music.

pears that such person was prejudiced shall time b6 counted against a underway. Robert Solos were ,sung by Vic Alesi,
Harvey James Hutcher-
thereby, the Judgmentmay person in the Naval service in Deflated, the four-man boat son.. Bob Shlpner and Pete DiLorenzo,

upon proper application not computing the time in which real weighs only 95 pounds, the nine- tRepresenting the and dancing by Pat Powell and
later than ninety days after the property which has been sold or man boat 142 pounds. Both, It Marshal Rogers. Ray Collins presented
Group (three to elect) will be
termination of Naval service, be forfeited for any obligation, tax or necessary, can be inflated by hand. Chairman Genevieve Knight : his comedy pantomime and

opened by the court ordering the assessment may be redeemed. I Bob! Borrowes entertained with
George Green and William Har
name and the defendant permitted INTEREST ON OBLIGATIONS: SCUTTLEBUTTJ her ventriloquist act.

to defend provided it appears that No oligation or liability which den.The four new members electedto I The final act$, which literally

the defendant has a meritorious or 'bears interest at the rate in' excess the Board of Directors Em. stopped the show, was put on by

legal defense.At of 6#, and which is securedby ployees Association the "Kanaka Marines" from the
were: Bryan
any stage of any action or a person in the Naval service Naval Air Technical Training
Cornwall ((0 & R); Walker Cre
proceeding to which the personin prior to his entry shall, during vasse (Public Works); Kenneth Center with their Hawaiian songs

the Naval service (or person this period of such service, which I' McDuffie (Supply-Fiscal) and and audience participation hula

separated from such service for a occurs after Oct. 6, 1943, bear interest Sidney Wilds (Miscellaneous). dance. Even the aging Spanish-
period of not than at the rate greater than
longer sixty Membership In the nine American War and World War I
days) is either a plaintiff or a 6% unless the ability of that per- board rotates each -man The veterans got into the swing with

defendant, the court may on its son in the Naval service to pay the year. the Hawallans.
four elected last week filled .
own motion, or shall on application greater rate Is not materially af- terms. I

to it by such person or of fected. All "I've discovered the secret tt
employees!! by virtue of
someone in his behalf, stay said EVICTION OF DEPENDENTS: I baldness."
their employment at NAS Jax are
proceedings as provided in the The dependants of a person in the eligibleto vote in these elections.No I "What I is it?"

Act, unless, in the opinion of the Naval service cannot be evicted Too much skin."
I dues
assessments or fees of
court, the ability of the plaintiffto from premises occupied by them
any kind are levied against the
prosecute the action or the defendant chiefly for dwelling purposes
membership of this
to conduct his defense is where the agreed rent is not more group.

not materially affected by reason than $80 a month except by legal :' "':.: ..;...:.......... .........--r .\ ... MMOWES

of his Naval service. court. The court shall in such ,,

Where the serviceman is defendant cases, upon an application, stay

the court may stay the exSRVICESJ1 such proceedings for not more MAINSIDE

than three months, unless it ap- :L:: sj : Thnrs. August :20

pears that the ability of the per- Conquest of

DIVINE' son 'to pay the agreed rent is not Cochise .................. John Hodiak

materially affected by reason of Frl. August 21

his Naval service Island In The Sky... John WayneSat.

'r 't",.*" J. August 22

J The Big Break ........ James Upton
Protestant Local Acts To AppearAt NATTCenter
0830-All Saints Chapel. 1 1'J
0915-Naval Green Cove RevueA Thur August 20
Hospital Chapel.
three-act fr. The Golden Blade ..... Rock Hudson)
1043-All Saints Chapel. program .
CathotloSunday0830 NATTCenter will appear with The ,1';'.:f' > Frl August 21
$. .. Conquest of
: 4
; 1000-Mass, St.Edward's Green Cove Revue The variety ? 'x
: \., Cochise .................. John Hodiak
> : Chapel.Saturday0800Ma. show is scheduled August 2627.

s. The acts are Vic Ales!, singer; Sat 'August 22
Island In The Sky .... John Wayne .
Daily0630Mas.SundayMus Pat Powell, dancer and Ray Collins
at Hospital Chapel pantomimist.
I, 1645. .
Mormon1930WednesdayN Pvt.: "I wish I had enough
DOUBLE WINNER Beneficial suggestions have certainly Scoutmaster ........ Clifton Webb
A T T C money to buy an elephant. paid ,ff for John B. Jlofrnann (light), Supply and Fiscal depart- FrLAuguht2l

Chaplain's office. Sgt. "What do you want withan mcnt. Uofmann an "old timer" at winning award checks for The
Golden Blade .... Rock Hudson
Christian Science1900TuesdayNATTC elephant!" money-saving ideas, Is shown receiving two more, totaling $35,
Chaplain' Pvt. "Nothing. I just want the from Capt. Norman A. Helfrlch, Supply-Fiscal officer. llofmann's Sat August 22
awards were for recommending more efficient methods for rro- Conquest of

office. money. cessing Quarterly Stork Status Report Cochise .................. John HOI1iakPage


I r

20 August 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page Threo

I All service personnel are invitedto

At Ease Mates, Stephanie's i Found 'Bill' I 1930 East(the until Duval YWCA 2300.St., every Open Friday House,from 325:

Dan Cupid is usually able to
and the 'nicest
grey eyes
carry out his work alone, but ever'." (ly Arm.d face frtn Service)

this time he enlisted the help The letters progressed from the The Senate has confirmed the

of both Jax city officials and nomination of Frank D. Newburyof
Chamber of Commerce, commandIng J'n
the ranks of the Navy from I officer of the Training Center a Pennsylvania as an Assistant

top to bottom. Secretary of Defense. For Navy
executive officer, superintendent -
It all stalled out with two letters Department positions, Rear Adm,
of training, and just about
one sealed Inside another, to Wilson D. Leggett, Jr.; as ,Chiefof
office where someone might
the Naval Affairs Committee of any the Bureau of Ships, and Rear
know who Bill, the mysterymanwas.
the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce Adm. Edward W. Clexton, as Director
The letters were from of Budgets and Reportswere
The search was carried on for
"Stephanie" to anyone who would also confirmed
week to avail. Every
nearly a no
help her find a sailor named "BUI." S
method possible was used, including Z
Apparently Stephanie had met the official Plan of the Day. A bill has ben passed and sent

Bill at a beach dance and didn't standard f to the White House which would
tt a phrase upon
have a chance to say the thingsone greeting to say "anybody seen aWiI allow military personnel to spread

would say at a longer meet Bill!" their retirement benefits to cover

ing. And as such things will hap 'S surviving dependents. Servicemenupon

pen, she didn't get Bill's name or retirement would be allowedto
At the rod of a week the whole .
, address, except that he was from command was almost as desperateas choose between getting full retirement -

Philadelphia.. Stephanie herself, and plans 1r ii pay or receiving lesser
were made for the last minute payments to assure support for
lObe knew "he was a ,
Anyhow, chance advertisement in the Jax N their survivors.
student at the Naval Air Technical S S *
Air News. However, about that
Training Center Electrician time a serious looking fellow made I MESSAGE\ TO BILL-Commanding officer, champion diver, The latent'! volume in the aerie*,

School, was 26 yean old weighed his presence known. Ills name ace fighter pilot, and now combination mailman and cupid, Capt. The U. S. Army in WW II" will

145: pounds (I guess), about 5 feet way Bill Farley, AN. David McCampbell (left) commanding officer of NATTCenter, be published soon, the Depart-
AN student at Electrician School.
delivers a letter to Bill Farley, ,
7 inches tall, brown hair, blue ore lie said he and his buddies had It is not just a plain old letter, It's. special kind of message. The ment of the Army has announced.

I been joking about the matter all letter, written by a girl named Stephanie, sought her "Bill" by It will be entitled "Strategic Plan-

during the search over who the writing the Naval Affairs Committee of the Jax Chamber of Com ning For Coalition Warfare, 19111942. -
Traffic Violations merce. The search began, and after a week, "Bill" was found here ."
This volume be
lost sailor was, and suddenly came at the Center. may pur-
to the realization that it was he. chased from the Superintendent of

Here Exceed 200 cringed slightly at the reading of Documents, Government Printing
Succeeds Moen
Presented to the Captain he was the covering letter, as he said, Office, Washington 25, D. C. for

In 35-Day PeriodMaybe very glad to receive his mall, but "Where'd she gel 'the nicest chin At Center Disbursing: 325.
ever'?" 1 .

: it's the weather! What- So the big search has 'ended- Lt Roger Moen, Disbursing officer The! Navy has announced convening

Stephanie will probably be a very at NATTCenter since January I dates for Line selection
ever the reason, a steady streamof
traffic violators found their happy girl over the delivery of the 1951 will be released to inactive boards to recommend officers on

way to traffic court within the letter, Bill will probably get over duty next week. I active duty for temporary promo-

his embarassment, and most of The for recommenda-
past month. Lt. Moen reported here from the Lion. board

Over 200 offenders were given all, the tradition of the United Navy Supply Corps School at Bayonne tions to the grade of Captain convened

violation tickets during the 35-day States has not been interrupted. N. J. Aug. 11. Promotion zone

period from July 3 to August 7, I I The mail MUST go through. His successor is Ensign Charles for Captain will terminate for

according to traffic court reports. I Personnel are invited to visit Horton who came here from the regular officers with Spangler, I:.

from "hot-rod- Servicemen's at 37 School Branch S., Signal No. 2879 and for Re-
Offenses ranged the USO Club Naval Supply Corps
it down Yorktown to lend 'River Hayridc'For Moen serve officers with Perry, TJ, J.,
ding" West Monroe St., open from (930 at Oakland, Calif. Lt. plans

ing one's car to another without to 23SO daUr.Thursday to make his home in Durham, N.C. Register No. 1016. The selection

written permission. August 20, 1900 I All Hands board for commanders convenes '

Major violation has been drivingwith Junior Hostess Training _Class; Aug. 25.: Promotion zone for com-

faulty equipment. More than 2000-Progressive Table Games. Set For 8 mander will terminate with Kuhn,
Sept. ft. C., Signal No. 7928 for Regulars
75 motorists "towed Friday, August 21, 1800-Cafe
and Smith, Harold E., Register .
because of bad brakes, poor lights, Italiano[ spaghetti dinner for 35c,
A "St. Johns River Hayride"is No. 35622 for Reserves.
and a variety of other mechanical candlelight and music; 2000 -
the Naval Air .
planned by 4 M #
discrepancies, which make It dangerous Juke Box Revue.
Technical Training Center Spec- Public law 131, Slid Congress
for aboard the
driving Saturday, August 15, 0930 -
ial Services office for Tuesday,
authorizes the President of the
station. Open house all day. TV, ping
Sept. 8. It will be an all hands U.S. to accept the assistance of the
48 were apprehend.
Some more pong tables, radio, phonograph,
ed for Improper parking, 32 for writing room, check-room, table evolution. American Red Cross in aid of

speeding and 26 for running stop games; 2000 Platter Parade Dancing, songfest and music Armed Forces even though a state

signs.Of. dance. will feature the event which Is of emergency has not been de-

the total amount of violators, Sunday, August 23, 10:00-: scheduled aboard the S S Madison clared. Previously, a state: of

70 received car restrictions from Dunking round table, free coffee I ville. The evening cruise will emergency had to exist before such

the station; 53 were awarded suspended and donuts; 1100-Off to Church; be made up and down the st assistance could. be .accepted.
restrictions; 52 warned; 1400-Symphony Hour; 1700- Johns.
five dismissed; four cases referredto Vesper Services. Refreshments will to avail- Mr. Tracy S. Voorhwt has been

department heads and one license Monday, August 24, 1900-Glee able. appointed to two posts in the Defense
4 I Department by Secretary
revoked. Club Rehearsal 1930-Frank
Charles E. Wilson. He will fill a
Puskas teaches ChampionshipPing 20-EM Leave Center
PRESTO MAGIC- andC. newly-created position In the Department
Former 'Bosun' King Pong. 25 2000 For New Duty Tours W. Reynolds pulls a large by acting as the representative
Tuesday August
ball of fluffy rubber from a
of the Secretary in mat.
Earns Commission"Father" Sock dance, prize for loudest pairof Twenty personnel from the soft drink bottle which contained
ters relating to
socks. Naval Air Technical Training Cen- a synthetic formula.

of a brand new pair of Wednesday, August 25, 2000 ter, most of them with at least two The act was part of the Pre- In Europe, and combine withIt
collar insignia is the former Boatswain duties Defense Advisor to
vues of Progress presented by as
Platter Parade; 2130-WJHP Mel- years duty with Ships Company,
commissioned Chief General Motors at NAS and U. S.
now Ambassador John C. Hughes,
left last of
week for tours
ody Ballroom broadcast direct
Warrant Boatswain William I[. NATTCenter last week. Some Permanent Representative on the
from the USO Club. duty. 7,000 personnel thrilled to the
King, Jr., of NATTCenter.King' North Atlantic Council.
show of modern scientific developments -
Things to do-Enter USO pic- I The list included 14 personnel-
promotion has been earned -I i In the fields of electricity
ture of the week contest; Join men, two telemen, two storekeepers -
over a period of 15 years with I heat power and jet reactions -
the Navy, during which he has USO Glee Club. a yeoman and a'mess steward. Okay Reserve Officer

served on practically every type Promotion BillA

ship in the far comers of the II Tallman Meirthew Haddox Snare Honor RolesTwo I I Reserve officer promotionbill
globe. He has seen a major which provides that each
in the Pacific
the campaigns'
during World War II. Marines both from Michigan called to active duty in March, born, Mich. Reserve officer will get a placeon

He reported to NATTCenter in and.a. sailor from Arkansas, 1951. He is TAD from El Toro Robert M. Haddox, airman apprentice the lineal list and a Regu
led last week's graduating classat took high honors in the lar running mate was recently
November 1952 and since has servo and now returning there for fur-
ed as assistant security officer. NATTCenter to win honor men ther duty Aviation Storekeeper "A" School passed by the House. Only active -
status officers
can pro-
He is a native of Baltimore, Md.MIDSUMMER standings.- Pvt. Ronald with a mark of
r moted, but limits on grades
t I S/Sgt. Richard ( Meir t h e w, S9.375. HadJox, will make passovers of manyof

REVUE D. Tallman, from Center, who joined the I I these.

SCORES BIG/ HIT/ from Durand, Mich., earned Navy in November The bill is not designed to

Mich., topped a 19 5 2, a
I honorman recognition S Reservist
Well received at the Naval Air promote every ;
class 1 of 69 withan went to boot
to that he
Technical Training Center las I merely see gels a
Navy and Mar- average of camp at San
chance to be considered.In .
week was the Mammoth Midsummer I r
Revue staged by Special ine personnel in : 91.03 in ANP) Diego and Airman general, the bill writes
Aviation Elec- School. Prior to Prepara-
Services with Navy, televisionand the Navy-Marine Corps ,system -
trician's Mate entering the tory School at
into law for those serv-
downtown performers taking -
School: with a Marines Cn' Norman, Okla. -ndd--
ices, extends it to the Coast
part. 88.70( average. Tallman a r c.h; 1952, Melrthew A native of Salem, Ark., wherehe
Guard and sets
The two-hour variety performance I up systemsfor
included singing, dancing, Tallman, a graduate of Spring IM was graduated from attende'd high school, Haddox Army and Air Reservists.

comedy and musical numbers. I Harbor (Mich.) Academy, was Ford Trade School In Dear has been ordered Anacoslla, Md, 1

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\ Page Four JAX AIR NEWS 20 August 1953

I i VP-3, Fasron Six, VF-173.. VJ-2. VF-13 VC-62 Report

)1'' Jacksonville Area Squadrons

). ., Scouting

. ,... .
t I, VP-S later played on the championship Veterans''Bowling loop last week
),i' With football strong on every Cardinals team of '47. and thus shortened the first place

, .' one's mind, the call for training During high school, halfback lead to only two games since The

r arouses aches and pains in mus- Meyers was named on an all-star Still took a triple' header from
cles that some people didn't know line-up which included a little fell Acme Sewing Co.

they had. The *approaching'pigskin named, Dub Jones aa 1 left-half The Leathernecks. captured the

season brings back memories, back. Said Jones now plays for the first two, .910-889 and, 1011-869

too, for Richard Meyers, AOC, Cleveland Browns,. stands 6'4" and but were easily overpowered in the

w+r y newly welcomed. into the "Huskies" hits 200 lbs. final when the locals came back

l lt pack. Soon after high school, and the with a 918-868 win.

lie recalls, nostalgically and all-star engagement, the promising Setting the pace for the home I.
modestly, "My exploits weren't aa young athlete turned down a five was newcomer Bill Walraven

t great aa the guys I played with." football, scholarship at, TexasA with ''the' team's'high.. individualscore I
In '39 through '41' he played high & M, 'and became 'instead, a of 200 and top three game :

school ball' with Caleb Martin as seaman recruit in the. Navy, and set of 573. Vic Cieplinskl and Pete II

L. .J I I one of his team-mates. Martin eventually, Aviation Ordnanceman. Giovannini were over the 500 mark. I
Chief. with 515 and 505: points respect- \
., ,. ..
Other new men in the squadron Ively. Fasron will meet the Donut I
been wiping of the
brows and moans of "Brother, Include Robert W. Jones, AD2, Shop tonight at the Springfield
It's hot!" for the. past month. 'g:. from Janesville, Wi,.; Titus IL Bowling Center.
Just how hot does It really get M Harris, ATS, from Galveston, 0
in Jax on a.real hot day DoesIt Texas; Allen E. McInnis, AN, of VF17SIn
ret hot enough to fry ,an l< ,.
egg? Some thought It did, oth- ys Vincent, Ala.; Walter T. Bradley, a state of ever-Increasing
ers thought not To prove a s.. \ AA, from Waban, Mass.; HarryL. readiness, the "Jesters" are makIng -
point, this trio tried to fry an Reo, AMI, from Eslip, N. Y., preparations for their pending
egg on the runway here In top Pd and Willard M. Riggs, ABAN, from deployment aboard a carrier. Joining -
r j
photo, Jerry.Hjert, AN, (right)
is ready with plate and utensilsto Me Vetch, Ky. The Husky team'welcomes the squadron for the cruise
partake of the food, while all these men. are three former "Hell Razor"
Mildred Home, SN, (left) pilots of VF-174, Lt. Ace Hall,
cracks the egg for frying. Lt. Fasron Six: fit John Houle and Ensign Charles
Bill Campbell, ZP2, NAAS _
Glynco, Ga., watches the pro- Check Crew Division selects
ceedings. Did the egg fry The Charles R. Lindsey, AD1, as this Also coming aboard for dutyare
look of defection on Hjert's week's "White Hat of the Week"for James T. Austin, AE1, from
face In after await r his ability as a leader and the VF-172, and John C. Cough, YN3,
of several minutes, is the
answer. It was' hot, but not tt exceptional skill in which he con- a former Chaplain's yeoman at the
quite hot enough to fry an egg. ';'7 tinually performs his phase of Naval Station, San Juan, Puerto
Perhaps some other day! maintenance repair. Rico. _

Entering the Navy March 20, A gala plcnic-and-party will beheld

.,.... m. h...,...,.<<<..:...,...:.;:;;:.:....l::..........::.""t.... ,' ..,......... ....;... ....:;. ... 1946, Lindsey received boot training at Camp Blandlng tomorrow.
.. .
O at san- -Diego, reporting to : All hands, with their wives, child-

NAS Jax following his initial in- ren and girl friends, will congre-

VP-3 Men Mix (Constant Flying, doctrination. He was later sent to gate at the affair.* .

AMA) School, Memphis, Tenn.,
SALTY HUMOR FROM Pleasure On FamAround led Bermuda Isle and in May 1947, received ordersto VJ-2
Aviation Training Unit 12, NAS On the plus-side for the "Hurri
the clock flying Sched- Whiling Field, Fla. Nearly two cane Hunters" this week are the
ules are the order of the day for ] Chapman, AD3. years later he returned to NAS additions of six new names on the
Junk man: "Any paper, any
biggest I've
patrol squadrons of Fleet Air lighthouse Jax for a seven month tour with squadron roster. They are CharlesJ.

old Chief rags: ?"My good man, this is WIng Eleven when they are stationed ever seen, 142 feet high, is there, VA-45.'In Nov. 1949, he was transferred Arleth, AE1. } Theodore E. Goodlin -
Bermuda but VP-3 standing as a warning for ship AC2 Robert S. McDill AN
the CPO Club." on personnel to Port Lyautey where he ; :
Junk man: "Any old bottles?" returning here recently ping to stay'clear of the treacherous spent the next .20 months before Ernest A. Banning AN; Joseph

remember best the interesting coral" reefs surrounding the returning to Jacksonville for his B. Clancy, AA and Bobby F. Mow-
liberty on the beautiful island. island, Chapman added. third stay, July 7, 1951. ery, AA.
When the grandfather of a Rus- Free lance and organized rec- AFTER FASHIONING them- Born in Atlanta, Lindsey has A glance at the debit side shows

sian family passed away, his sor- reation were enjoyed by the pa- selves a spear gun for deep sea lived most of his life in Valdosta, four men have left the Hunters,
rowing relatives put the following trol squadron men as they man- fishing from a hollow tube and Ga. He attended Lake Park High including Frank M. Johnson and

notice in the local paper: "Vasil aged to( sandwich relaxation in rubber tubing and a spear froman School, Lake Park, Ga. Lindsey George J. DeLius, Airmen who
Mlkalov has" been called to a bet- with the busy flight schedule. aircraft gun cleaning rod, resides here In Jacksonville with have both been discharged. Russell

ter world. SIGHTSEEING tours took up George Evans, ADAN, and George his wife Rebecca, who is a native Hlnkley, AM3, and William E.
The next day, the family was the time of many, some tried un- Coxwell, ALl, went deep sea J axon.- Chastang; SN, have been trans-

arrested for criticizing the Soviet derwater fishing and others madea fishing."I William L. Hobart, AMI, and ferred to different duty assign

regime. cruise on one of the big luxury shot three giants," said Ev- wife Mildred, are proud to an- ments.
liners for tourists, while golfingwas ans, and "Coxwell came back nounce the arrival of a 7 lb., 4 New single silver bars on the
Boy: "We sure had a good time enjoyed by a few. Bermudahas with a ferocious octopus whichwe oz. baby boy, Nell David, born collars of Mssrs. peorge II. Swin-

last night for a quarter!" one Of the world's top ten managed to land but whenwe July 28, at the Naval Hospital.The ney, Jr., and Robert C. Balchunas
Girl: "Sure did! Wonder what golf ranges. weighed it, we couldn't even \welcome mat was dusted off take them out of the Ensign class
the kid brother spent it for?" -"Three of my buddies took bi- get a reading." for Wesley T. Anderson, AD3, who and cause them to write their

cycles and went one way whilewe Lt.jg) Thomas Davies described reported tot duty last week ,after names with the title Lt.jg( ).

He rounded a bend at close to four hailed a cab and toured the floor shows in the night serving almost five years with August F. Falck, ADC, flight

forty. A sudden skid and the car the island at a cost of about two clubs as being typically native VC-4, NAS Atlantic City, N. J. division chief for the "Weather
overturned. They found themselves dollars each," related Stanley with all the swing and sway of NATTCenter Marines dealt Fas- Wonders," has sighed on for an-

Hitting together, unhurt, alongsidethe Calypso. ron Six a double setback in the other six years, which will, when
completely smashed car. lie completed, make a total of 20.
Two Awards To
put his arm around her waist, but The Hunters had a little "on-the-

she drew away. Navy For Safety Job" training last week when Hur-
"It's all very nice," she sighed, ricane Barbara was discovered in
"but wouldn't it have been easierto Washington (AFPS)The Navy the Atlantic on its way up the
run out of gas?" has been presented two safety coast. With the changing of the

awards for 1952 by the National names of the storms from Able

Safety Council-the "Award of I Baker, etc., to Alice, Barbara, etc.,
"So brother
your is a painter?
"Yep." Honor," and the "Award of Merit.'' It's wondered if perhaps the Hurricane -

The, "Award of Honor," highest Hunters will have any
"Paints houses, I presume?
given by the council, was presented trouble with the "girls" in the fu-
"Nope, paints men and women.
"Oh, an artist?" to the Navy for accident pre- ture.. Carol or Dolly, perhaps, will
vention in 1952. The Navy lost- provide a little more oppositionthan
"Nope, he just paints men on
time accident frequency rate in did Barbara.
CIne door and women on the other!"
1952 was 4.2 accidents per million *
man-hours as compared to a rate a S 2> Jc M VF-IS
Judge: "For hitting your wife, of 8.4 in industry and the overall Athens, Grf't"' the fine will be "
$1.10. government figure of 80. value to the Naval Service, and
Cpl.: "I don't mind the dollar
The "Award of Merit" was pre- Y.,+AJ preparing themselves for their return -
but what is the ten cents for?" sented to the official Navy safety to civilian life at the same

Judge: "Amusement. tax." magazine Safety Review, for "ex time, personnel of VF-13 recently
ceptional service In the presentation ... established a new high in off-duty
S'"" 'a
there is
the about
story The Is
of safety. magazine courses completed.In .
the wife who caught with her FOREIGN STUDENTS-Not only new faces but
up new ,
published by the Office of
Navy the month of July, for which
at Aviation
are seen
Storekeeper School, at NATTCenter
husband in a bar, sampled the with
Industrial Relations. two Italian sailors reporting for duty as students, under the Mu- enrollment in educational trainingwas
highball he and de-
was drinking,
eeC tual Defense Assistance Program Both former paymasters in their 100%, members of The Fighting
manded, "How can you drink such. My wife just ran away with a own Navy, Chief Petty Officers Vito Staltonl (left) and Vincent 13 finished 56 courses.
horrible stuff?" "See" said the man in my car. Schettino (right) meet with Chief Angelo Zingaro (center) to
husband, "and all the time you've Great Scott, man! Not you discuss topics they will study here. Both Italians have 17 years Approximately 40% of the
service behind them. Although they are able to speak fair Eng squadron personnel have completed
thought I was out having fun. new car!
lish Chief
Zingaro acts as interpreter for the
spots. (Please Turn to Page 5, Col. 1)


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20 .August. 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

Some Rates Have Quotas .
Renewal Of Gl [

Term Insurance You're Smart If You ChooseA

''t "c H Ww

Automatic with GI NowVeterans term Insurance "? "J Rate That Is 'Most' (ten

in force will no longer have Personnel taking rating exams this month or who become. eligible .

to apply: for, renewal of ,their policies nMb 'y 4 in February should temper their hopes and plans of promotion by I

for another 5-year term be- realizing their chances depend extensively 'upon each rating group.

fore thelr'old policies expire. Many a sailor has "gone up"
This will be :done automaticallyif rv for a rating and passed his test I Although in most cases these

1 ,their old policies are not lapsed with a high score, only to find I are ratings that demand a ",1'-:

at the expiration, ,of the term : that he was not rated .because : lively greater effort on the part

period. This means the policy must there was no quota for him. of the striker to qualify himself,

be in force at the end of the term Restrictions were placed on advancements the better chances for advance; the final, premiums in 23 groups: last year ment make the effort worthwhile -

having been, timely paid ,. despite the fact that there were .
11 1, A school graduates can't
The new procedure, went Into % t promotions to each pay grade. ,
i '
often switch but
since the inputto
I ,effect July 23, 1953. This new law These restrictions were not spread
covers only those term policies evenly but applied only where these schools Is dependent on
I the Navy's need for certain petty
that expire on or after July 23, there was a limited need for petty
EXTENSIVE TRAINING-Dlscusslnr the organization of the officers and these personnel are
i 1953. It cannot be, applied to term Fleet Airborne Electronics Training Unit Detachment Two (Facts) officers. selected for specialized training be- _
I policies which expired, before that, ,are Lcdr. William Ostapenko (left) officer-ln-charre of the unit, This was largely responsible of speclaf and
I, date. and Lcdr.' Clarence Amos, assistant officer-ln-charge. Faetu 'was for 22 per cent of those personnel cause aptitudes
recently reorganized,and now has control of training aids here qualifications, their, chances of
who the
the law also provides passed spring;: ex-
Although ,and at Key West. NAAS Sanford. NAS Cecil Field and NAAS rapid advancement are good.
automatic renewal for the morerecent Glynco, Ga.Answers. aminations for pay grades E-t .
I post-Korea policies, none through E-7 not being advanced.

of these is scheduled,to expire during To Specific Problems Since speed of advancement depends -
fiscal 1954 because they have to a certain degree on the EtQU;(

not been in force long enough., rating, it would seem desirious to
Once the automatic renewal Is Faelu Provides Over 30 strike for a rating in which there

is of .
plenty room.Undeslgnated
effected, the veteran, has a new JTiiP
and undecided
:5-year term policy on' which he I per
sonnel might profit by remembering
must! pay the increased,premiums Courses In ElectronicsThis .
the following groups as the P
timely if he wishes 'to be covered I
most "open": RD, RM, QM, FT,
against death.
( is the first of a aerie o/ sox articles on the varied course MM, SO, MN, EM, OM, ET, 1C, are old and some are new

offered by Fleet Airborne Electronics Training Unit, Detachment Two.) MR, TE, FP, ML, BU, AC and AG. to offer an idea of browsing among
Pensacolafedic\ Gets Established by CNO with headquarters at Norfolk, the Fleet Airborne 'the books.

National Post Electronics Training Unit, Atlantic Fleet performs a vital servIce Hell On Ice: We have been

to the entire fleet through its operational and familiarization Weekly Concerts chided by several readers for omit
Ashton coordin-
Capt. Graybiel,
in electronics and training aids.
program ting this when we listed books for
ator of medical research, Naval Answers to countless aviation
School of Aviation, Pentacola, Fla. electrical and electronic maintenance as amplification of applicable Open MondayAtOutdoor "cool" reading. We agree that it is '
better than in ice
handbooks Instructors.The a dip for
has been chosen president-elect of by qualified
problems are supplied as the
a prolonged cooling off period. By
the American College of Cardio four radar courses maintained ArenaOpening
training unit endeavors to help
the same token, we are convincedthat
by FAETU will be covered in
meet the fleet's need
you'd better wait to read theauthor'
next week's installment.For of
lie cited in 1950 and concert a weekly
was againin men capable of installing and ,
his further Information, it is series of musical events at the (Ellsberg) Under The
1952 for contributions
maintaining complex circuits and Red
Sea Sun.
to aviation medicine. recommended interested partiescall Naval Air Technical Training
equipment of aircraft.
NAS extension 8296 or 376. Center will be held next Mon- Lady With a Spear: Young marine
J tells the
biologist story of her
day at the outdoor boxing arena
Scouting The Squadrons About 30 courses are offered to career around the world and under -
near the tennis courts.
personnel in this area by the VJ-62 At Sanford its seas. A "must" for all who
(Continued from Pare 4) Martial classical and modern ,
FaetuLant Detachment Two which
I enjoyed The Silent Sea, Under-
off-duty courses, Lcdr. John C. has headquarters in Building 168. Baled 'Excellent' music will be presented by the world Adventure and other spear
O'Connor, commanding officer, an 12-piece band under the direc-
Lcdr. William is officerin
Ostapenko An overall mark of excellentwas fishing tales.
nounced. tion of Guido (Red) Nicoli,
charge of the organization. As- awarded VJ-62 at NAAS Sanford History of Christianity: Latour-
sisting him is Lcdr. Clarence last week as a result of its ette, the great scholar of our,time,
VC-62 Included in the band
Amos. annual administrative and mater. are has written a volume of informative
With the return of one detachment James AA trombone
Whenever possible, individual Jal inspection conducted by Rear Hauger, ; reading at Its' best both for
and the departure of another, training is conducted on specific Adm. Osborne B. Hardison, Com- Lawrence Coleson, AN, trum- the general reader and the student.

most of the "Gladiators" have types of equipment and systemssans mander Fleet Air Jacksonville pet; Bob Shipner, AN, "trum Perhaps relatively few will readit

been pretty busy getting their the basic fundamentals of Admiral Hardison assigned the pet; Dan Curtis, AN, alto sax; through but it is our guess that,

shipmates off or welcoming them electricity and electronics. Thus squadron a mark of outstandingafter Lawrence Donat, AA, alto sax; once the interesting headings and
back and getting them settled. the trainee should have Martin Sporney AA, tenor sax
prior general his personnel Inspection. VJ- ; wide scope is noted, many will
Deployed on a Midshipman knowledge of the subject for 62's communications department Catino Palumbo, GSGI, tenoj want to complete the whole.

cruise to Nova Scotia aboard the which he Is to be trained before earned another outstanding to sax; Hank Mason' DK3, bass; Hollies: We are not'saying Mer-f

USS Dennington were Lcdr. Howard applying. make the overall average a high Dauiel Lucas, AO2, drums; Joe ry Christmas Just yet in spite of
Skidmore (officer-in-charge) .
excellent. Benefield, A03, piano and Joe the Jacket design of this new book
Lt. Chandler, Merrill, Lt. William Filling units' need 'for help In Commanding officer of Sanford. DeAngelo, AE3, drums. by Hume, noted Southern horti

Sisterhemn, and Lt. Thomas John- ground training programs is the based VJ-62 is Comdr. H. S. Klenk, The band is recruited from culturist and authority on hollies.

son. The departing group, composed training aids branch, formerly an until recently officer-in-charge of NATTCenter's Schools and We Just don't want anyone with a

of Lt. Burna Levi, Lt. Howard individual unit under ComFairJaxand the Fleet Airborne Electronics I Ship's Company on a volunteer garden (or hopes for having one!)

Wegmet, LtJg( ) Phil While, only recently Incorporatedinto Detachment located here. basis.MARINES to miss all the data for growing
and Ensign Kenneh Luke, goes FaetuLant Detachment Two. these beloved bushes and trees.

aboard a carrier, also for a "mid- Training programs and doctrines Face of the Deep: An autobio

die" cruise.In already established in fleet air w graphical novel by a blind man

answer to a request from groups will be supported by pro- about blind people. Beautiful -

VX-3 Atlantic City, Lt. Wayne viding additional aids, devices, literature r usual story of courageous people
Westra was deployed as a one- and demonstrations of which we highly recommend to
plahe detachment to that squad operation and techniques to be { everyone.

used with these items, as well as N f .. Dictionary of humorous Quotations -
ron.Just back from carrier qualifi- assistance from Tradesmen in pre : You had many a good laugh

cations aboard the USS Tarawaare paring new programs.All with Esar's Comic Dictionary.

Lcdr. Ted Crosby (officer-in- requests from fleet units for 4 y a This one, in addition to an indexto

charge), Lt. Phil Dahlby, Lt. William films, charts, postors, mock-ups, 1 4 r. i ; spot appropriate subjects, is

McGarry, Lt. Clayton Shoe- and models will be processed by arranged by author. Excellent

maker and Lt. Charles Demmler this section. This Is to insure "spice" for most talks or speeches

This group, with the exception of against duplication or stockpiling 3, s dF and/or letters-and plenty fun Justto

Lcdr. Crosby and the addition of of valuable material as Well as read!

Ensign Gilbert Haines, is scheduledto to expedite procurement. View From The Air: A good

board a flat-top soon. S *; : i novel, fascinating character stu-

Departed for four weeks Inten- Instruction available throughthe dies and plenty of action In a

sive instruction on ABC Defenseat overall FAETU program here story which takes a bomber'screw

Fort McClellen is Ensign Robert -! includes link, survival, radar, elec through training days, combat .

Inge, recently appointed Ass't tronics, electrical, radio, ejectionset l< days, combat missions, gay

ABCD officer for the squadron. and Dilbert Dunker training. ____ __m __ ___ _.,_ _" j. &1... moments and tense.
Reporting aboard this week were Emphasis is put upon practical Einstein's Theory of Relativity:
Richard T. Stacey, AN, and James application of the subjects as well HAVE LANDED-Two Marines from the Marine Lieber has managed an absorbing
I Aviation Detachment drill team at NATTCenter take In some of
L. Liotard, AN, from NATTC the more charming sights In Winter Park, Fla., during the team's clearly written explanation In
Memphis. John Chasteen, AEAN, Boss: "You're 20 minutes late appearance in the American Legion Jubilee parade there last terms for all to comprehend. If all

and Louie Coleson, AEAA, came again. Don't you know what time weekend. Ffc. Joe Saturnia helping Pfc. Maurice Ledwith other attempts have left you dizzy
from NATTC, Jax, and from Cecil we start work at this factory?" explain the workings of the M-l rifle to Betty Kalkhurst, of but no nearer grasping essentials,
Winter Park. officials with the
Legion were so impressed per- ,
sir we suggest this Clever illustrations -*
Field Gerald Lehnherr New Employee: "No they'realways one.
came ,
formance of the drill team In the parade that they requested a
PHAN. at it when I get here." second appearance in the evening festivities. add a lot.


Page Six JAX AIR, NEWS 20 August 1953 i ir !

r ,>rr k: ComFair Jax i

1 p. i is Golfers Vie
I n ,
'F Nl r r.3i .;<} F For Honors

.' N '
.ComFairJax will be represented -

by 'five-man team in the
I I1mcutWIth.John ComAirLant Golf Tournament to

be held on the Naval Air Station

links, Sept, 1418.

k Tryouts for positions on the
ComFairJax team will be conducted -
M. Charval
Sept. 2-9, and all person-
The anti-climax to the City League last Sunday, in which nel attached to that command are

Hardage & Sons forfeited to Jax Navy, brought a sigh of ., eligible to participate.
belief to both the Fliers and this department as a long, TA' Another event 'on the station
arduous season came to a close at Woodstock park.It golf course fall calendar is the

was the second year running that Coach Frank Mc Junior Tourney, which will determine

Caffrey led his charges to a sweep of both halves of play .. r\w\ the station junior cham-
and we were on hand to view all the proceedings in the capacity pion for this yea .
Via?. .. r.,
of official scorer I Play gets under way Tuesday
'* BOXERS READY-Jax Navy ringmen turned out this weekas morning and all dependents 18
plans are being formulated for the '53 outdoor season. The. of and under are eli
Our thanks to Tom King, Publicity Director of (the first ring how is booked for the middle of September Coach years age
City Recreation Department, who made the job possibleand Steven Mayer left) adjusts the hand bandages of bantamweightJoe gible.
Acy, one of the many pugilists working out in the NATT- Nine-hole match play competition -
also to the many old timers around Woodstock who
Center .
gym.Fliers will be held for those 11 and
t livened the often dull evenings of play when a few under. The 12-18 age bracket will

laughs were as welcome as a century note. compete via the 18-hole route
Close 53 Season .
In keeping with league policy of organized baseball >

around the country we took it upon ourselves to select an Varsity Bowling Team
all-star team. Managers of four of the five loop entries were
also asked td submit votes. With City Championship For Center KeglersNATTCenter

While our first team coincides, for the most part, with will field
the managers' selections, it is simply because the vote get- Hardage disappointed a good Sunday, afternoon crowd team this a varsity
ters were the only logical choices. Woodstock Park by forfeiting to the Jax Navy Fliers, bowling season with
D. J. (Bert) Burton, chief petty
'* *' and in so doing, gave away its fleeting chance for a pennantin in .
the second half City Leacrue. officer charge.
\' Unanimous picks were Jim Coughlin, who led! the The varsity will be in additionto
league with a .400 average on a tremendous second half It was no disappointment to A walk to Hopper, Tom Neely's the regular intramural league

finish, Lucky Luttrell, Bob Home and Pitcher Jim Easonof the local nine, however, as they double and a two run single to play and will compete with both
Jax Navy, John Sikes and Pitcher Max Long, Ilardage, stashed away their second consecutive out-of-town and out-of-state teamson ,
left by Coughlin made it 7.3 be-
and Bill Durrance and Pitcher Dub Shuman, McDuff City League crown, at a full varsity schedule.
fore Lucky Luttrell forced
Hardware. the same time terminating the The NATTCenter alleys have
Oddly enough, Luttrell, who led the Fliers through the over-all season. Coughlin at second to end the been reopened and resurfaced and

over-all season was the only first team nominee failing to For Coach Frank McCaffrey it inning. finished for the start of the season.

hit over .300. Our combined first team average is a healthy was not a new story. The volu- Hardage loaded the bases in Sweepstakes winner in the
J515. ble Jax skipper led his '52 entry the lower half with two dead on Riverside Summer Bowling Leaguelast
We'd stand behind the City League all-star combo as to straight wins in both halvesof Wally Nolan's one-baser and week was Vern Arends, of
capable of defeating any aggregation the North Florida I the City League while rollingto walks to White and John Sikes. NATTCenter Disbursing, who rolled .
League may muster. In past years, such a meeting was an over-all 51-34 record. But, Hopper bore down to fan a 662 series on a handicap
arranged, but it is our understanding that this has been This the Fliers Fred Kilpatrick and retire the basis. '
year managed
disbanded. Disbursing plans to enter team
53 decisions, dropping 31 throughan side.Line in the Winter League which begins -
1953 CITY LEAGUE ALL-STAR SELECTIONS 84 game schedule. Lefty Jim score: play next month. Included on
Eason the "win Jax Navy ?.. .030 000 100 4-7 12 2
Jim Coughlin, Jax Navy (.400)) Ib Leon Smith, was leading Better" Hardage ........'.200 010 000 0-3 8 3 the squad are Arends, Mike Kelly,
McDuff Hardware (.355)) for Jax Navy, posting a 15-4 Hopper and McCronej: W. McCuI- Bill Engel, "Red" Nicoll and Gus'
lough and Stafford
record on the mound. King.
Tom Neely, Jax Navy (.348)) 2b Charlie Moore,
Actual closing game of the S .5'
McDuff Hardware (.272) .
season was against Pinecastle Lucitt Competes In
Lucky Luttrell, Jax Navy (.282)) ss Genia White, Hardage (.220) AFB, Saturday, in an American National Swim MeetIn Columbus, SavannahEnd

Johnny McCullough; 3b Dick Knoblauch, Legion Day benefit at Winter
a field of 40 swimmers Jax Home Slate
Hardage.320)( ) Jax Navy (.333)) Park, Fla. The Fliers trimmedthe from
nearly every sector of the
Dill Durrance If Joe Fay, Jax Navy (.232) Bombers, 10-4, with John United States, Ed Lucitt of Jacksonville's Braves, bidding
Rubinowski ((4-2)) picking up the for their first
Sally League
McDuff Hardware (.318)) School, representing Jax
John Sikes Ilardage (.368)) cf o Pat McIntosh, Hardage (.382)) decision. Navy, won 10th place in high return for their final home
There was a possibility that the stand of the season Monday night.
Matt Woloszyn, Jax Navy 0333)) rf Ira Abelson, Jax Navy (.284) second half City League wouldbe platform AAU Championships diving at the National held at- The Braves, being chased relentlessly -

Hob Home, Jax Navy (.390)) c Eaton McCullough, thrown into a playoff to determine Indianapolis, Ind., last weekend. by the second place

Hardage (.316)) a representative againstthe Lucitt finished 13th In the Columbia Reds, open a four-
Jim Eason, Jax Navy ((8-1) p Bobby Waits, Hardage ((6-2)) first half champion Fliers. three-meter competition, while game series with Columbus Monday

Max Long, Ilardage ((5-2) p Dub Shuman, Ilardage eliminated the unwanted John Chumney, alto of Sax : followed by a three-game
McDuff Hardfare ((7-5)) extra games when it could Navy, was 23rd.HEAVE set with the Savannah Indian
field only eight men Sunday. next Friday.

1\IANAGEItS'SELECTIONS Going into Friday night's fray

Warren and Willie Downing Post Nine: Ib-Coughlin; 2b-Milt HanImry with Hardage, Jax Navy hung on
(Great Southern); ss-Luttrell; 3b-Wayne Stone (Post Nine); If- to a first place with a 12-3 rec
Jack Allen (Post Nine); cf-Sikes; rf-Durrance; c-Horne; p-Eason, ord. Hardage lurked dangerouslyin
Long and Shuman. second. at 10-3 and McDuff r

Lfe', 'Padgett, McDuff Hardware: Ib-Coughlin; 2b-Neely; ss-Lut- Hardaware was third at 114.

trell; Sb-McCullough; If-Durrance: cf-Sikes; rf-Wolozyn; c-Horne; Southpaw Bill Hopper, who
'p-Eason, Long and Shuman. in his first start in Jax livery

Frank McCaffrey, Jax Xavy: Ib-Coughlin; 2b-Neely; ss-Luttrell; stopped Hardage, 3-1, on a one-
hitter drew the hill assignment
Sb-McCullough; If-Durrance; cf-Sikes; rf-Woloszyn; c-Horne; p-Eason;
Long and Shuman. Friday, and he responded Witha
7-3 victory in 10
Wilbur McCullough, Hardage & Sons: Ib-Smith; 2b-McCullough; Innings.
a-Luttrell; 3b-Coughlin; If-Hallie Wilson (Great Southern); cf-Sikes; Hardage commanded a 3-2 lead
rf-Durrance; c-Horne; p-Eason. Long and Shuman.It into the top of the seventh, but
singles by Jim Coughlin and Dick
was no oversight on our part that Mr. Lewis Jones, Knoblauch and an error by y
skipper of Great Southern, was not extended a managers' Shortstop Genia White broughtthe
ote. We had no intention of including a selection from an Fliers abreast.

entry that was a trouble spot in the league all season. Both sides had base runnersin

Care should be taken next year to exclude teams the ninth, but could d"noth. .IEJiH:: J

.:Which give only a halfhearted performance and are so ing to score. .Jh .
obviously lax in adhering to standard rules. In the Fliers' 10th, Knoblauch \ __
singled to lead off and took sec-
Also, it should be noted that Tommy Burney, McDuff ond on Ira Abelson's sacrifice.
Hardware's hustling outfielder, was absent on all the ballots. Eason was an easy second out. 1.\

4We asked that this be done since Tommy played only a few Tommy McCrone bounced to mm_.__.__

games the second half before sustaining a broken collar bone. Third basemanJohnny McCul- IIO I ;, shoulder and arm muscles of

Had he completed the full season there's no doubt he lough, who hesitated his throw Richard Abbruzzese of NATTCei iter AO School could Just about

'\would have been a unanimous choice. It's a cinch he :would and then pegged wildly, allow- team moor which a carrier.will He engage Is a Lakeshe member:re of Barbell the Jax Club Navy in weight a dual match lifting

have been on this department's ballot. I ing Knoblauch to score.. I in September. The Jax team is ]piloted by.Irving Franzblau.
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20 August 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page_Seven -. \

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y Grid
< .
,. :': t" Initial IM Grid

.... ',. .
,: :
f!' Issued Pads Call At CenterTwelve -

: ,,;
15//: 'G representatives from

Practice TogsDiscarding ". activities at NATTCenter turned
out for the initial intramural touch
4 ': >
: iL:. ,. y .' -. : football league palaver where it.

': .S' ., sweat togs for ''". was decided to open the season,

yI pads and jersies, the Jax >, Sept 21 Managers may draw gear
Navy varsity eleven plodded Sept. 1.Tentative,

,.< through another week of plans call for each

..' quagmire conditions on the entry to play two games a week.

f ,":,,':, x:' practice turf adjacent to iMAKING However, final arrangements will
t" Yorktown Field as the reoc- be completed at a meeting, Sept. 3.

curring Florida rains slowed A recent Navy directive states

drills to a minimum.The F t that two hours of athletics a week

:' ,f? local juggernaut, numbering ( were mandatory for personnel, and

over 70 candidates throughlast 4 the Athletic Office is using the

week's sessions, will begin x touch football league is part of
rigid Inter-squad scrimmages, affording
its program in following out the
the coaching staff a closer directive.

q ( ii. look see" at the available ma- Teams and managers at the first

i i. f terial. meeting were:

a Many newcomers have caught ANP( ) Ships Company, R. Mv
1<--- "" -- -- -- -'-'''''' the attention of Coach Dirk
Francis; AO Schools, George Gunman -
GOLFER BEATS TilE HEAT-There Is more than one way Ma)'lander and his asNlfttanU, indicating : : ; AK Schools!, Charles Mann;
to dodge the glaring rays of Old Sol which has soaked the NAS that the, loss of several T Personnel, Paul Adorne; Dental,
golf coarse between afternoon showers. Martin Kenny who : ; +
crackerjack regulars
Jim Roll Facilities William
; Training ,
of ten walked
broke his club, instead counting to nonchalantly
into the locker shower room to cool off. Not a bad idea on these year's squad won't be felt too Dee.Marines.
hot days at the course. This, however, does nothing to improve he*'erely. Mike Murphy; Supply,
your rolf came! Among the more promising line Stan Newshon; AE Schools, Leonard -

men, all in their )initial I try with Lubintikl; AO Ships Company,

Warn Golfers To Scott Barrow Jax: Navy, are ends Jim Avant and Bob Kiscaden.IM .
Jack Gillam.
Heed EtiquetteIf Avant, who at six feet, three Finding the new one-platoon '
your twosome or foursomeis Cop Weekly inches is the tallest of the end I style of football much to his Organizational

holding up play on the links, hopefuls, is a transfer from Navy year liking starred is Jess on Arnold the ,Jax who Navy last Schedule RevealedSchedule

take heed o ,rules.four and five Golf Prizes Memphis. Gillam had four years eleven as a defensive line back. of organizational

of Golf Etiquette, which state: 'I with the University of Louisville\ er. He can snatch on offense too meetings for the three fall Intramural -
and should work in well in
RULES FOUR, FIVE Erwin Scott and Bill Borrow I prior to service. the Fliers' plans. Candidates sports at Mainside Y

In the Interest of all, play- stood out in the weekly golf I There is no impending emer- are working out dally at York was released this week by Special' -
ers should play without delay. gency at the tackle slots where town Field.Pisfolman. Services
competition at the Naval Air Brown, "Tiny" Dallmeier and
Players searching for a ball Volleyball: 1330, Aug. 27.
Station links Kenneth Elmore afford "first ca-
should allow other players Stringer To begin on or about Sept. 14.
Scott Sixth Naval District gold bin" protection The combined
coming up to pass them; they Bowling;: 0930, Aug. 28. To
should signal to the players champion, fashioned a 7(. to I weight of these three heavies is Cited For ND Honors begin on or about Sept' 8.

following them to pass, andS match the winning number and 730 pounds.
A letter cf congratulation from Touch football: 1330, Aug.
toy Smalley, 203 pounds, and
low in Saturday's'Blind
not continue their play gross
, should Elmer Turner, 200, add strength Rear Adm. Heber II. McLean, 28. To begin on or about
Bogey Tournament. I
until those players have pass I
to the Fliers' forward wall. Roth Commandant of the Sixth Naval Sept.
ed and are out of range. Barrow, with an 83-6-77, duplicated All meetings will be held at
the second number are guard: with four years coN District, to Bob Stringer, captainof
behind them Building 930, topside in the
lego experience ,
drawn. the Jax Navy pistol team, was
Smalley at Alabama and Turner Special Services conference
JaxendslloNational On Sunday, he teamed with received this week room.
at the University of Arkansas.
wife Mary, to win low gross in The letter congratulated Stiing-
Toe-to-toe for the middle of the
Rifle first flight play in the Mixed er upon winning the individual
line Bill Boroff
assignment! are ,
Two-Ball Tournament. The win- Nine
195, and R. L. Rhodes, ]80. Boroff Sixth Naval District Championship Varsity
dovetailed their shots beau-
Pistol TourneyJax ners was an all-star pick In the Northwest !In the tournament here in
tifully for fine of 41. I
a score
I Conference while playing for July. Top SeededIn
Navy is well represented in Low net was taken by Mary i Elida, Ohio, High School. The Commandant wrote, "Your

the National Rifle and Pistol and Les Platt with a 481038. i The !season! opener here, Sept. excellent marksmanship and com-
Championships, which opened today In second flight play, Priscillaand 19, has been filled by the 508th petitive ability displayed are to be

o. and will continue through George Ayers teamed for a Regimental Combat Team of Fort commended." Navy has been topseededin

Tuesday at Camp Perry, Ohio. low gross of 45, with low net being Benning, who'll be followed to Stringer is now at Camp Perry, the annual Duval County Open -

Three pistol experts and four won by the team of Jack and Yorktown Field, Sept. 26, by Ohio, for the National Pistol Softball Tournament which got a

small-bore riflemen are entered Mrs. Tefft, who carded a 45-14- doughboy compatriots, the Brigade Championship! which opened today delayed start Monday evening at
from this station in the "World 31. Rams. and continue through Tuesday. Lackawanna Park.

Series" for marksmen. Seeded two through eight behInd *

Bob Stringer is taking part Jn. the Fliers are Bolena Con-

his fourth National pistol event, I Washington 'Farm Hands' Pace Varsity StickersAlthough I struction, Johnson Construction,

and Ben Preston is competing in H. & W. B. Drew Company, CecIl -

his second. Both are from NATT Washington is near- State League, swung his bludgeon i way to 15 wins and 4. defeats Field, Fire Department, City

Center. C' L. (Stoney) Stone, VA- ing mathematically eliminationin for distance accounting for while appearing in 23 games. The Utilities and Jax Beach RedBirds

175, is making his first appear- the American League pennantrace 15 doubles, 12 triples and five I stoic southpaw fanned 112 while .

ance. two of the Senator's "farm home runs which netted 158 total working 148 innings. Upset By City Utilities

The four-man rifle team consists babies" in Jax Navy livery bases. The Fliers won 53 games and The Fliers' first tourney start

of Pete Bessette, team captain through the recently completed a lost 31, annexing both half will be against the winner of the ,

of VP-5, Roland Dufresne, season so dominated the scene Home was also one of four championships in the Jacksonville Mayfair Baptist-Camp Seminole

VF-31, Richard Stephan, NAS Operations here to indicate there are better regulars to hit oyer .300 as he City League. In all, over 33 contest held last night.In .

and Roy Ferrick, NAS days ahead for the Capital City compiled a .324 average. He drovein players figured In Jax Navy statistics the recent Northern Sub-

Communications. nine. 93 runs and tied Luttrell for since the opener, March District No. 2 tournament, Jax

I Leading hitter for the Fliers most hits with 104. 27, Navy was eliminated by City

over an 84 game schedule was Final statistics released Tues- Utilities, 10-5, after taking its
Collins Lone VictorIn
Lucky Luttrell, who prior to day revealed that late arriving Statistics listed below are for opening games from the St. Aug.

City Swim Meet I joining Uncle Sam's forces short- Tommy McCrone, who saw va- players who were with the teamat ustine All-Stars, 41.

stopped for Orlando of the Florida ried activity for 17 games, was the end of the season. It should Eight Errors All Totaled
Red-haired Ray Collins from State League. The personable the actual hitting leader with a also be noted that while Home's Errors played a major role in

NATTCenter won the l.(en's, City California hustler swatted .333 to .367 average.' Third baseman Dick "Games Played" column totals 81, the Utilities' win, the locals committing .

Diving Championship conductedlast top all full-season regulars. Knoblauch clouted .304. he participated in every game, as four costly miscues which

Friday by the Jacksonville His farm mate, Bob Home, an Jax Navy's mound stopper was the Fliers were involved in three netted the enemy four tallies in

Recreation Department.Ills ex-Charlotte receiver in the Tri- Jim Eason, who wrong armed his I forfeits. the first inning.A .
was the only first place in second inning home run by r
Ptay.r-roa. a AK It II 2b Sfc ilK 7R Ml fe.,. HI IIB CO Hill Pet.
the meet for Jax Navy, althoughthe McCrone, c! ......._.>?.___"17 60 12 22 2 1 0 :26! :3 1 0 3 K n .T67 Art Gabircle- was the Fliers' big
Navy team piled up a total of l.uttrell M ___.f*) 312 93 104 14 10 :3 147 40 2 1 60 47 603.1 blow in the victory over St.
Home c _....__.--- .- ,-. .81 321 79 104 15 12 5 158 .10 4 3 42 42 !m24
58 points for third place honors. Knoblauch. 3b _....__..25 92 25 28 :3 0 0 31 14 0 1 15 9 :20 ,3H Augustine. Ronnie Bell was on
Beachcombers of Jacksonville Abelson, rf ?......._._ .,....71 224 40 67 3 2 t 77 18 :2 1 42 ::1..1 :29 ,2l't!
JoUon, p ...___.___ .43: 129 if 37 5 0 0 42' 6 2 0 17 13 20 .:287Coughlln the mound in both tourney games.In .
annexed first place and the YMCA IbN ..K) 2X3 72 V5 14 5 122 15 1 6 40 10 45 ,2K5 the Sub-District No. 2 finale,
>ely. 2b ,,.,,...:::===.:.61 223 61 6.1 10 1 1 81 15 0 2 59 20 21 ..283Wo5oszyn
took runner up honors, two points cf __.....71 275 SO 71 10 4 4 101 19 I 6 34 49! 41 .:l58 City Utilities upset Cecil Field,
ahead of the Fliers. Rice, rt .._....._..__..20 55 10 14 0 3 0 :20 2 0 0 15! 7 It .255
F-y. If ..... ,.,,... ,? ,,,?. ... .65 21O 51 61 12 2 4 b9 33 2 3 36 81 39 .254 20.
Jax Navy's Nick Demas finished Rublrumgkl.: p .7:::: : : 9 3 2 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 5 1 1 :.222 .
....,...____.......... 1 1 0
second in the 100-yard free style Hopper, p : .5 12: 0U 0 1 0 0Ml 0 3 4 0 .083 Hoyt Wilhelm was the first NL

and Holmes took secondin 1'Ileber4 41 fe ('G IP n ':R BK IIR WIW T. Trt. rookie to honors
Loring a
gain top
Hopper.....,...._........... ... .....4 3 :.1 2'J6 7 6 11 ;<6 0 1 3 0 1.OM) pitcher
the 300. Don Schimpf was second l.uttrell .? 2 O 0 14 2112fi 12 U 5 8 0 0 1 0 1 000 In winning percentage and ,arn I-
to Collins in Kason ;;.::,:::..: .23 18 12 148 .V M 148 112 0 7 15 4 :,789Rubinowakl. ..
diving 7 6 4 36 10 31 28 17 15 0 4 4 2 .G4i7 inn evera,


: Eight JAX AIR NEWS 20 August 1953

.rmmzrm Steam Slingshots Vote $70 MillionFor

Schools For

Readied For Use
(Items offering for sale articlesof 'Federal Tots'Congress

property such as washing mach a. v voted an appropri-

ines, automobiles, furniture,radios, Aboard Carriers ation of $70-million to start
clothing and the like are prohibited the needde school constructionin

by Defense Department regu- % Washington (AFTS)-The Navyis areas crowded by "federal
lations. This column will, how- 4 constructing two steam cata- children" In areas where

ever, list such services as available & paults, for launching aircraft from there has been a heavy influxof

housing, rides wanted and lost carriers at the Naval Air Material service or other federal

and found articles or other similar ;:> Center, Philadelphia, and the connected family, Congress extended

notices.) Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent on a restricted scale the

FOR RENT River, Md., it has been announcedThe program of aid to educationthat

Unfurn garage apt, $62 mo, avail. project at Philadelphia I ts has been carried on since

Sept. 1, ph. 2-3146, Mrs. Sheffield patterned after the British-de the Koean war broke out.

signed steam catapult and is sche- The construction program is
.Unfurn 4 rm apt, also 2 turn duled for tests in September. At smaller in scope than the $341-

.sleeping rms, ph. 4-3248, 629. Patuxent River an American modi- million program under the old
Edison, Mrs. Thorp. bk fied-version of the catapult is be- law. At Senate insistence, the

3 bdrm house, 5342 Attleboro Ave, ing built and. is expected to be measure decrees that a school
avail. August 21, ph. 82885. TEACHERS' TEACHERS-This group of civilians from Train- ready for tests in April. district must absorb a three
Small furn bungalow, 2831 St. ing Facilities form the nucleus of the Instructor Training program Nicknamed the "steam per cent increase in school
slingshot -
that provides teachers and supervisors to the varied schools at the
Johns, ph. ext. 723 or 2-9954, Naval Air Technical Training Center. Front row (left to right) ," the catapults are scheduledto population before it can begin

Mrs. McCann. are Gordon Totten, Stanley Rea and Don Gustlne. Back row,.Edward be installed in the USS For- I counting federal children.GRASS .
Furn 3 rm apt, 925 Rosselle, ph. ]Martin, Leonard Suther, Faron Gallop, Ard Eulenfeld and I estal, the Navy's giant aircraft
8-2655, Mrs. Rhodes.. Harold Besse.Provides I carrier now under construction.

Furn 4 rm apt, avail. August 20, Top Supervisors InstructorsCenter's Steam catapults are considered
883 N. Edgewood, $6950, ph. more economical to operate ,than +
2-9102, Mrs.. Akel. the hydraulic catapults now in

Small turn apt, $35 mo,, 2854 Corinthian -! Instructor Program operation aboard fleet aircraft
ph. 8-4235, Mrs. Miller carriers.
Furn 3 rm apt, 7362 103rd St, ph.

I 2-7832 after 5 p.m., Pauline Ber-
i rien. Breeds Skilled TeachersBackbone
t ,Furn 2 rm apt, $9 wk, 2913 Ray-

ford, ph 88-9331, Mr. Barton.
of any educational program is the teaching staff, and
, 2 newly decorated apts, 519 E. ,
the many schools at the Naval Air Technical Training Center, with
Adams St,ph. 5-8079, Mr Lind-
their wide'variety of subjects, are no exceptions.

1 bdrm house, 4739 Crescent, ph. Behind the teaching formula is sonville and :Memphis, Tenn.

2-3409,Mrs. Hutchins. a civilian nucleus which provides .

Unfurn 4 rm apt, 3009 Oak St, skilled instructors and supervisorsto Smlng with him are: Don R.
ph. 2-9873 Mrs. Johnson. '" Gustine, Training Coordinator of
) 'r many phases and units of the
\ Furn 2 rm apt,.2130 Dellwood, ph. schools. Instructor Training School and a

I, 7-4355, Mrs. Thompklns.. University of Florida graduate. A a-
Years of education and
Furn. .garage apt. $65 mo. 2584 exper- vet of WWII, he has done grad- ; ."",
ience enter into the Instructor
College St, ph. 7.5108 after 5 uate work at the University of
Training program. Civilian edu-
5 p.m., Mrs. Powell. Florida and taught in the public
cators from
widely divergent spec-
FOR SALE schools of J ax.i .
ialties but all with both teaching : my mother-in-law!"
Will exchange equity in 2 bdrm and 'military backgrounds, providethe i Stanley M. Rea, Assistant Training -

house on Dellwood for house in core of the teaching plan. Be- Coordinator, has an education Typographical Nothing
Sanford, Fla., ph. ext. 8200, degree from Ohio State University -
" cause of exigencies of the Naval .1 Kingsport, Tenn. (AFPS) A
Pratt. Service, officer personnel Js constantly Prior ,to coming to NATT- member of.the'Kingsport Chero- 'ROOTS This young
2 bdrm house, 4661 Tanbark Rd, changing, but the stable I Cepter he .was a teacher at Lakeshore kee baseball team accosted the lady, one Lana Bashama by
Westfield (Ortega), ph. 2-3727, I Junior School name, evidently wants to showus
center of the curricula is carriedon High Jax. scorer and asked why the morn-
that there is more than Just
LtJg( ) R. Schark. by civilians I lie served in the Air Force during ing paper hadn't credited him sand to be seen down Miami

3 bdrm house, $2,200 down pay- WWII. with a certain hit the night be-. way The two-piece bathing
ment, 2320 Cedar Shore Circle, In the Instructor training Edward G. Martin, Instructor, fore. suit, a sort of union card in
ph. 8-6293, Mrs. Thompson. pro- some parts of Florida, does not
gram, the school gives a working holds a masters degree in education 'That was a typographical error -
2 bdrm house for colored detract from the scenery In the
people, "
I knowledge of the basic principlesof from Florida University. He the scorer explained least. .
7164 Ester St. Sweetwater Park
teaching, practical experience spent six and a half years with "Whatta ya mean typographl- or 98-8261, Mrs. Rln- under direct supervision in the pre- the Army I ical error? The third basemandidn't Explorer Scouts

Equity in 2 bdrm house, 3920 paration and presentation of les- Ard L. Eulenfeld, Instructor, I touch the ball."
sons, and experience in the critical holds an education degree from
Shasta Drive, ph. 98-4918, Mr. holds a masters degree in education Conclude
Grlffls. analysis and evaluation of teach- Florida State University and has I from the University of North 1 Stay
taught at Lakeshore Junior
,2 bdrm house, $1500 cash,. 2550 ing. High Carolina, and has done extensive
Wilcox Court, South Jax, Mr. Supervisor training, the next School. He served with the Air graduate work there and ar'the Here Saturday

Paine. step, is designed to furnish a work- Force. University of Florida. He is a Re-
S bdrm bungalow, 4729 Cambridge, ing knowledge of the basic princi- serve Navy Lcdr. and was a Navy Explorer scouts from all parts

Mr. Willard. ples and techniques of supervision, Harold U. Reese, Instructor, personnel officer in World War II. of Florida, Georgia and North

S bdrm house, inspection by appointment a clearer understanding of duties holds an education degree from Leonard'B. Suther, Instructor, and South Carolina conclude

' ph. 8-3528, Comdr and responsibilities, and an under- Colorado College. He taught In holds a Bachelor of Arts degree their seventh annual rendezvousat
Ctreenlee. standing of the methods used to Duval County high schools Jacksonville from Duke University, and one in the Naval Air Station Satur-

MISCELLANEOUSLost evaluate and improve Instruction. for 32 years. lie is a vet- Divinity from Yale. lie has taughtin day.Cruising
students eran of World War One. on the St. Johns Riveron
; Girl's High School class Supervisor are selected Santiago, Chile. lie served with
ring, initials D.M.S., contact from qualified instructors, both Paron G. Gallop, Instructor, the Air Force. a Navy sea-going tug, mak-
officer and rated personnel. ing hops over Jacksonville and
fclntlre, VP-18 Leading Chief.
Found: High School class ring : Sa the Naval establishments in the
Third phase of the Is ;f area, and being oriented 0n the
1952, initials M.M.T. inside, con- program 1'
station have kept the 275 visitor
tact J. W. Freeman, BarracksL for Aviation Ordnance Officers
compo A, ph. 8345. only, in which personnel adminis- busy since last Sunday.

Lost: Black and tan female dach- tration, standards of instruction, '".:,...;: '\:v. Tours have been made to the
shund, ph. ext. 313, Lt. Smith. and test analysis are given. :,. '.........,.....:. parachute loft, Overhaul and
:: ..
Billet swap: Will trade with AN The highly specialized school Repair, aircraft hangars,

in Jax. Contact Robert L. Knox, has graduated 906 instructors, 293 NATTCenter's many schools;

Galley One, Boca Chlca Field, enlisted supervisors, 88 officers a and NAS aerology. The youngsters

NAS, Key West, Fla, or ph. ext. specially trained in supervision, qw Ip96'xA3aN have also taken advantage -
216. 456 higher level petty oflcers in of such recreational facilities -

Riders wanted from Springfield, supervision fundamentals for as the swimming pool,

Main and Second by Beaver and Fleets and Squadrons, 472 Aviation s movie theatres, and athletic

McDuff contact Mr Omwake, Ground Officers in applied fields.

Shop 3280, O&R. training principles and 101 Aviation Climaxing the rendezvous for

Riders wanted from 7th and Main, Ordnance Officers in person- for the Explorer Scouts will be a

... 0730 to 1600, ph. ext. 317, Hund- nel administration. I dance Friday night at the NATT- .
ley. The eight-man civilian nucleusof Center outdoor tennis courts.

Riders wanted from vicinity of 6th educators consists of Gordon Their stay here will wind up aft-
and Main, 0730 to 1600, ph. K. Totten, a graduate from Uni- er breakfast Saturday.

4-4744, Mr. Droze. versity of Illinois. He is Training Eugene J. Jones, deputy regional -

Ride wanted near Cassat and Facilities Educational Consultant. _i;';" 'v, executive of Region Six, Atlanta -
Woodcrest Rd to Cecil Field Totten served in World War II Ga.
UP THE RIVER-No seasickness on this cruise! Taking off I ; Eugene Grimes, assistant
0730 to 1600, ph. 2-8818 or ext. with the Army Office of Strategic from the Naval Reserve Training pier in Jax, these enthusiastic scout executive, Charlotte, N. C.;
311 Cecil Field, Mrs. Peacock. Services in the CBI campaign. For Explorer Scouts get a salty taste of life aboard ship. The ATA Paul Luce, field scout executive,
Baby sitting day or evening, 1775 the last seven and a half years he was forced to make three cruises to accommodate the several St. Petersburg, and George Pope,
Hamilton, ph. S-f 956, Mrs. has been educational advisor in hundred scouts, armed with parental permission, who participated field
scout executive, Columbus,
in this highlight of the 1953 annual rendezvous at NAS Jax.
Addle training program both at Jack The scouts close camp Saturday. Ga., accompanied the scouts.Page .