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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 6, 1951
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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; Korean War Gravely Depletes Blood Supply



I All-Out Blood Donor Program Planned Here I


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Gravely depleted reservesof 'ned in which every prospective t of the precious fluid will be expedited in Korea, where its use in for- officials said When the going in
human blood plasma for blood donor will be asked to con- This is an important factor ward areas has kept many of the Korea has been rough collections
tribute to this vital cause. II in view of the fact that the wounded alive until they couldbe have been good.Conversely .
wounded fighting in Korea .
men -
blood has be in
to Philadelphiawithin evacuated to an area where when the United
has necessitated a nation- | A spare ward in the Mainside 48 hours after collection whole blood was available, was Nations has had the upper hand,
wide campaign to replenish Infirmary Is being converted into' here. cited by the Defense Departmentas collections have been well below
and maintain adequate re- 1 a permanent blood collection sta- I I Ii Local officials, stressed that thisis the cause of the serious deple- normal. Indicative of this is the
serves of the life-giving fluid, I tion. From this gathering point definitely not a single drive but tion of blood reserves. fact that since the Kaesong cease
i whole blood will be .
i airexpressed rather a sustained campaign fire negotiations began, collEctions -
the Department of Defense in specially refrigerated con- which will last until reserves of At the present time collection of have dropped to one-third
has announced.An tainers to Philadelphia, Pa., plasma and whole blood have blood throughout the nation av- : of the requirement.
integral part of the national I where it will be processed for I been adequately replenished. I erages only 35,000 to 40,000 pints Value of reserve supply of
program which is scheduled to plasma. Both civilian employees and I II per month in sharp contrast to the I plasma has been proved in Ko-
begin next Monday are internal It is unofficially estimated that service men and women will be I estimated total of 300.000 pints rea, yet it is one vital commoditythat
campaigns to be instituted among I I 200 pints of blood daily will have I. asked to participate. Plans as to needed each month to maintainan assembly lines cannot pro-
.service units within the continental i I to be collected at NAS Jax to how donors will be accepted have adequate supply of the vital duce and money cannot buy.
United' meet this area's Because' not been but is'' blood
limits of the quota. yet completed it fluid. Plasma a derivative ob-
States. I j'.the blood is to be used in mak- exoected that personnel will be Ups and downs in the Korean tained by separating red cell:
Locally a program which will j ing plasma, no blood-typing will taken according to the unit attached campaign have had a noticeable from human blood, has never
include, NAS Jax. Green Cove be necessary at the collection effect on the amount of whole been synthetized. It is manufac-
Springs and Cecil Tield is plan- station, therefore___ the_gathering_ _I Im The extensive use of plasma. blood which has been collected, tured only in the human: body
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Center Graduates r Fleet Air Wing 1 11 1


Transferred Via I Units Participate


Air To Memphis In ASW Exercises


Three' hundred' student, Patrol squadrons of Fleet
I
graduates of the Naval Air Air Wing Elevenveie' put

Technical Training Center through a period of heavy activity
VOL-9 No. 23 Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida 6 Sept. 1951 I
were transferred via commer- -- --. last week, as they participated -

cial air transportation to in .simultaneous exercises -

Memphis yesterday, in an unprecedented conducted in the area

personnel mo'ement. off Jacksonville and the Virginia

Capes.
According to Talmadge A. Da .. .. Caribbean Units Join
... "
vis assistant transportation director In addition to squadrons: basedat
::;f., ; S ?mac" 'k a
Sixth Naval DJS
for the "" Jacksonville, PBM aircraft
trict. the movement is the first from Caribbean area squadrons

Bureau authorized commercial VP 45 and VP-34 conducted maneuvers -
travel for a student draft from with the submarine USS

this area. Corporal. Patrol Squadron 45 is

Students Students, prior Like to take-oft It ex :;i G commanded White. Jr.by. while Comdr.VP-34 Theodore is led

pressed complete satisfaction at : ; fF'"i. by Comdr. Charles, S. Waline
the twist transportationand
new in ..
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train ride to ti Two basedat
Airship Squadron
that the long ;> :
Memphis would be avoided Some '\' :i:: :.: ., : ;i : .:;, ;: NAF Glynco, Ga., also had
ot them thrilled to their first :. ligliter-than-air craft units participating -
plane ride. '> in the exercise, along
Shuttle Run "'"'. with the patrol planes. Several
officers from Fleet Air Wing Eleven -
The first contingent departedon HERE FUR TWO WEEKS-The USS Tarawa, 35,000-ton Essex class carrier, will be seen off had their first opportunity to
.. the two-and-one-half hour the coast of Mayport for the next two weeks as Jax squadrons conduct carrier qualification land !tide in blimps during the maneuver
flight to Memphis at 0700. The ings. Mothballed in 1949 the USS Tarawa was rcommissioned in February of this year. .
planes flew directly to Memphis, -- --- :
unloaded and returned for another Compile Record
load, marking the first time Local Squadrons Train Aboard Weather OutlookFriday : Fleet Air Wing Eleven has reported -
such a shuttle run by commercial '
aircraft ]has been authorized in :, USS Tarawa Anchored Off Coast Partly cloudy with squadrons that from three Jax P2V rest Neptune atop the
this area. I i scattered showers !somewhat : latest AirLant "Totem Pole/' the
allocated to warmer. Light to gentle east to
Contracts were I monthly record of aircraft acci
the Resort Fighter and attack squadrons based here began carrier SE surface winds.
Delta Air Lines and
dents. Patrol Squadron 3, commanded
Air< Lines of Jacksonville. Davis landings on board the I'SS Tarawa this week. The 3'>,000-1 Saturday-Showers and thundershowers by Comdr. Louis E. De-
was unable to divulge whether t ton aircraft carrier arrived Mayport last Saturday for a cooler. Surface Camp; VP-5 commanded by
this will be standard practice, or two-weeks' stay. I winds, light, Southerly. Comdr. Rex W. Warner, and VP-
lust a trial run to determine its I' The carrier. named in honor of Sunday Cloudy and rainy 861, guided by Comdr. Edward A.
practicability. U. S. fighting men, who. in 76 training phases of the squadions. i with moderate south to SW I Rodgers, have compiled a recordof
hours of fierce combat, capturedthe I Home port of the Tarawa is winds. Little change in temper- one complete year without art,
atoll the Japs claimed would I Newport (Quonset Point), R. I, ature. I accident of any kind.
Two Reserve take "a million six monthsto - --
I win," will operate men off the coast Two Years Old Now
during her stay in order for the
Units ReportFor squadrons to practice landings : ; I

aboard a State ship SponsoredThe I Penny Lee Shows Remarkable Recovery :

TrainingTwo Tarawa is skippered b.v
Captain C. H. Duerfeldt andJS ---- _
the only Navy ship to have show
squadrons of "Weekend been adopted by a state. and
Warriors"<, for their annual ticut which has organized connec'I' I
two.weeks period of active mittee to entertain all members I ) Dr.
training duty at the JacksonvilleNaval of the crew and to aid them with I ( Col 1))
Air Reserve Training Unit personal and financial problems '
Monday. I is her foster parent. :
I t
Attack Sauadron VS-741. led Citizens Guests !
bv Lt. Harry Kincaid, and Fleet Through authorization of the I J
Air Service Squadron 745, com- Secretary of the Navy several I
manded by Lcdr. LeRoy E. Cear- prominent local citizens boardedthe .
nal. checked in for a 14-day Essex class carrier last Monday I
training period. Augmenting the and will remain aboard until
two squadrons will be a group of : sometime tomorrow observing I ,
specialists from NARTU's Air regular operations. as well as the"Realistic' :
Wing Staff 74. This group will ---- ---- I
be led by Lcdr Lewis Baxter. Atomic '

For the next two weeks attack I
pilots will maintain a heavy Bombing of lax to
flight schedule that will keep :
NARTU's TBM "Avenger" torpedo I I Be Filmed Here
bombers in constant use. According -
to the flight schedule that i
Production of atomic
has been planned for the period, an
each pilot in VS-741 should log warfare film to be televised I'u
50 hours of flight time in the 14 locally is well under way at I

days. NATTCenter.Filmed .
Fasron 745 with its large com- I by Chief Lloyd Riley
plement of trained crew mem- of the Center photo lab and pro- I
bers will support VS-741 in the duced and directed by Lt. James I
required maintenance work as Wolfe NATTC public informa-
well as to keep their own pilots tion officer, the picture will pre- I
aircraft in tip top flying shape. sent a theorized version of the
Liaison officer for the work of devastating destruction of anatomic I
Fasron 745 is Comdr. Claude K. explosion in the heart of
Phillips, Jr. downtown Jacksonville. I -
Lcdr Lewis Baxter reportedthat e F j Penny
his group of specialists from For the past two weeks Cam- ; last
Air Wing Staff will lend supportto eraman Riley and his assistants sit up,
the operations of VS-741 and have beetu filming. ,various..fifed cord.
Fasron 745 in the fields of Com- scenes j;:In. jAcJp6iroIu Thew ; she i I.
bat Information Center work, shots W>UbeU8eJUl&itlpclal t Ward
Supply and Medical assistance. l Plea h'ktj) )V rya, t-S'r tNs '

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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 6 September 1951

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r Report From Washington "

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\JL'' 'C iiti Servicemen Can Take Part Time Jobs



Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval All

Station, Jacksonville. Fla.NAS, JacksonvilleCapt. Propose Survivor Benefit FundBy

Douglas T. Day Commanding Officer Armed Forces Press Service assistant postal cle ks. .
Comdr. James H. Armstrong. .... ........ .__.....- ..._,Executive Officer The Defense Department has authorized local .
Lt. Gordon D. Walker Public Information Officer. commanders to permit military personnelto A special Officers' Training School] will be ..
Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear take part-time jobs in essential industry.and opened at Lackland AFB Tex., next month
Adm. Osborne B. Hardison ...Commander agriculture if they so desire during off for the indoctrination of WAF officers who
Capt. Alien. Smith Chief of Staff duty hours or while on leave. In each case, were commissioned directly from civilian life.
Fleet Air Wine Eleven the individual will be required to obtain cer An eight-weeks' basic course will be con-

Capt. Jesse. McClure ,?_-._........_._._.. Commander tification from the public employment service ducted. .
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton Chief Staff Officer office of the area that a labor shortage exists
and that the employment of military person- A bill has been introduced in Congress pro-
Technical Center
Naval Air Training
Capt. Lester K. Rice ?.-...__...._..___ Commanding Officer nel will not interfere with the regular em- viding for survivor benefits to widows and "r
Comor. John A. Gamon, Jr. ?._.-'_.........?____...... Executive Officer ployment of civilians.* children of deceased military personnel of
25% of the deceased's active base pay to be
Naval Hospital The Senate has passed and placed before paid to his widow, plus $360 a year for each
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton Commanding Officer the President the measure exempting Service child up to a maximum of $900 a year.
Capt. Guy E. Stahr Executive Officer personnel from payment of the 20% Federal The fund would be financed by deductions ..
NARTU admissions tax when they would otherwisebe from the pay of Service personnel with en-
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp Commanding Officer admitted free to theaters or other amuse listed men's contributions ranging from 50
Comdr. Anthony Trusso Executive Officer ment places. cents to $3.50 a month, and warrant officers
a paying $4.75 to $9.25. Officers' contributions
Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration Lake Charles AFB, La., will be one of the would range from $4.75 to $16.75.
building. Phono extension 8184. first\ Air Force installations to have the new *
Editor-Andrew H. Planey type barracks. Ten of the new buildings are The Joint Chiefs of Staff have named a six.
Staff Members: Terry Ziegler, SA; Gerald Hynes, SN; Mary under construction; there. The new Air Force-: man team of Air Force, Army and Navy officers -
1 Bixiones SN. type barracks is two stories high and divided to proceed to Madrid Spain, to follow up
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weeny! a' the U. S. Naval Air Station into two-man rooms. The barracks are expected the mission of the late ADM Forrest P. Sher
Jacksonville. Florida, and commercially with non-appropriated funds
printed
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35, Rev. to be completed late in October. man. Shortly before his death ADM Sherman
Nov. 194:). Copies are distributed tree ct) charge at the Naval Air Station, the e '. began a survey of the possibilities of Spanish
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, Naval Auxiliary Ar Station Cecil Field and The Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgeryhas cooperation with the Western, powers.
the heS'J"ll Hospital.NEWS! Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. made space available for 15 airmen in the *
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted without Dental Prosthetic Laboratory Technique Lt. Gen. Raymond S. McLain Army Comp- ...
the written permission of Armed Forces Press Service.1 Republication of other Course conducted at the National Medical troller was the guest speaker at recentgroundbreaking
Kdltcr matter,, JAX except AIR by NEWS.sen Ice publications, U p.ohiblteil without permission of) Center, Bethesda Md. The next class con- ceremonies for the FinanceDepartment's
venes Sept. 15. new permanent home at Ft.

2 RibbonsAuthorized Three NARTU e Service Benjamin Harrison Ind.* *
Only I The following measures affecting
personnel are under study by Congressional A contract has been awarded for extensionand
Committees: 1-To provide education and on- improvements of runways at the Marine
For 'Old Timers'To the-job training' for Armed Forces memberswho Corps Air Station, El Toro, Calif. Four land- '
entered service on or after June 27, 1950. ing strips will be extended to 8,000 feet to
2-To reactivate the mounted cavalry as a accommodate heavier and faster planes. A
Korean Service [ Depart o. basic branch of the Army. fifth runway will be strengthened. Amount ., ..
3-To authorize construction of modern air- of the contract is $6,490,000..
Wa..hlngtonFPSIn) orderto Three Jacksonville Officers who craft carriers. 4-To authorize the use of the a e
dispel much of the present I. have served on active duty at the incomplete submarine Ulua as a target for With 5,000 books as a basis, a 150,000-vol.
confusion regarding the wearing 'Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve explosive tests. 5-To designate certain Serv- time library is being assembled at Sampson
ice enlisted personnel as postal clerks and AFB, Geneva, N. Y,
cf newly authorized service rib- Training-'Unit since 1947 are being "
bons, military officials in the I transferred to other activities
Pentagon have issued a warningto of the Naval Air Reserve Training Fasron 745 Of
all qualified servicemen to be i Command this month. By Schuffert

sure that they are wearing authorized : AU are veterans of World WarII NARTU Jax
ribbons. and Jacksonville residents.

There are only two ribbons First transferee is Lcdr. LloydG. ( : i Gets New CO '
presently authorized for wear BarnardJ training officer of C ) _
that have been awarded for service NARTU's fighter and attack Lcdr LeRoy E. Cearnal has taken -
in the Korean war. They are: .
squadrons.Lcdr. over the helm of Fleet Air
1 Korean Service :Medal- Barnard was graduatedas Service Squadron 745 at the
Awarded to Servicemen who have a Naval Aviator in November Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve
served In Korea and immediately 1941 and served two tours of dutyin vas e 1 Training Unit. 'e.
adjacent waters between June 27, the Pacific area during World A native of Jasper, Missouri
1950 and a terminal date not yet War II. He is credited with eight Lcdr Cearnal' attended CentrafCollege
announced. It should be worn victories over Jap aircraft and in Fayette, Mo., prior to
over the left pocket. was awarded the Navy Cross for joining the Navy in September
2. Korean l'rt>toldf'ntlal Volt bagging five' Jap aircraft in one 1950. He entered flight training
Citation-Awarded to Servicemen : I aerial engagement during the l at NAS Glenview, Illinois and
In particular unit cited I second battle of the Philippine pRONOT/0 completed advanced training at
-
liy the President of the Ilepub- Sea. Prior to joining NARTU BoAttD NAS Jacksonville where he received -
lie of South Korea, and authorized was one of the original membersof his commission and Navy i
for wear by those serving the Navy's famous flight exhibition wings in August, 1941.
within the units at the time of I team, "The Blue Angels." His first\ duty after graduation !
the citation. It should be worn He is being transferred to NAS was in patrol squadron VP-71w. ..
over the right pocKet. Willow Grove, Pennsylvania.Also performing convoy duty in the I"
. Two ribbons that have received being transferred is Lcdr. North Atlantic. On December 9,
/, considerable publicity, but have Frank B. Rose, who has servedas 1"i'd 1911, VP-71 was ordered to Pearl
not yet been authorized for wear NARTU's Electronics Officer Harbor and later to New CaledoI I J

fire: since June 1947. Lcdr. Rose's new like to recommend myself nia, Midway, and the Marshall ... .
1. United Nations Service Medal duties will take him to NAS Ola- Islands. I'

, O Although the Secretary General the, Kansas.Lt. He became one of the original ,
f.., (f the United Nations has an- James R. Black, Jr., is the "Weekend Warriors" when the !:
nounced the establishment of the third Jaxon to report from NAR- I USO To Open 18 New ClubsNew .1 Jacksonville Air Reserve Training I
It medal, no authorization for its TU and he will accompany Lcdr unit was forming at Cecil l'
wear has yet been made. Barnard to NAS Willow Grove, Field in 1946 and has performed
2. Armed Forces Reserve Medal where he will serve as Ordnance York-Eighteen new USO his annual training duty with I I
Authorized by executive order, Officer.COMBAT. clubs and lounges are scheduled I tion. NARTU Jax ever since, I
these -
but eligibility requirements for its to open soon for Servicemen and "Despite expanded services He relieved Lcdr. Goodwyn R.
r award have not yet been released. women. USO-Camp Shows also we still have a goal of open- Taylor as Commanding Officer of
( Another ribbon recently authorized plan to send more units to Alaska ing 110 additional operations in VP Fasron 745. Lcdr. Taylor is
for wear is the Philippine and other overseas areas. 1952 in communities which the now. in command of NARTU'snew
Presidential Unit Citation. This < In line, with these expansion Department of Defense has askedus patrol squadron VP-742
decoration is authorized for those plans, .Dr. LJndsley F. Kimball, to cover," Dr. Kimball said, which was placed in commission <#
Servicemen who served with units president of the USO, said, "the "and we need to send more USO- June 2nd.
fr. In the Fhillipines during WWII at increasing number of men and Camp Show units into hospitaland .
the time they were cited by the women who will be serving in overseas areas." U. S. lo Supply Mules
Fhillipine president. It should be our Armed Forces will deservethe
worn over the right pocket.In opportunity for off-duty relaxation For the Turkish Army,

making the clarification, off- that the USO can give Take Care of Washington (AFI'S) Oldtlmecavalrymen's
:- dais warned Servicemen to beware them."
hearts will get a lift
of hoax Korean
a fourragere The following communities are out of this-but it will be ehoit-
that has been sold as a reputed
Those
included in present USO expan- PeepersIn lived.
decoration for Korean senIce.There .
s sion plans: Ozark Ala.; Fort The Defense Department IB in
Is no authorization for this
r Smith, Ark.; Oxnard, Calif.; the United States there the market for 3,500 riding horses "
lourragere.DIV.iNE '\\'i, Hinesville, Ga.; Leesville, La.; are 11 companies that manu.r: and 2,300 mules. They are to be '
Westover AFB, Mass.; Biloxi, facture glass eyes. They turn used by the Turkish army. Only
#; Miss.; New Brunswick, N. J.; out bushels of them grey a few horses and mules are main-
> Sampson-Pine Camp area, N. Y.; ones, brown ones, blue ones- tained by the Army as a result of t..
.' and Amarillo, Gatesville and Killeen but you can't see a thing the change-over to mechanized r ,.,
r r SERVICES ,-. Texas. Some communitieswill through any of them. cavalry. Collection point for the
: have several installations. With all the money in the animals to be purchased is at Fort

AT TilE STATION CHAPELS rT When the 18 new clubs are world, you can't buy ONE good Reno, Okla. .
opened, the USO will be operat- eye. Try shutting your
Protestant ing in 35 states and the District of tight for 15 seconds. How Increase Vet PensionNew
J. C830) -Morning I Services, All- ;1JJ>>: Columbia,.Guam, Okinawa, Alaska would you like to see nothingbut York (AFTS)-About 1- '
Saints Chapel. Hawaii, the Canal Zone, Germany black, to grope around in
0913; -Naval Hospital Chapel TRAINING-A U. and the Mediterranean area total blackness for life? : 000veterans and 200 dependentsof
J( -AU Saints ChapeL S. Marine brings a flame are o'f'rseas.81'tas. now In opera- Protect your eyes by wear- deceased veterans of the Span- .
theGovernment's .
Catholic thrower Into action against an"enemy" ing goggles of other protective ish-American war now on '
H emplacement in Korea Medlcb. lilt Parade equipment. They might save pension rolls will
830 and 0930-Mass St. Ed-
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receive Increased monthly pay- ,
ft\ ward's Chapel. during simulated battle train 'Liver Come Back to Me." your life. ..
t'9JO-St. Edwards' Chapel (Catechism ing. Training continues to keep "Saline Saline Over the Bound- REMEMBER-It is the dutyof ments starting in November Law 108 un
Public
der terms of ,
UN Forces at high peak of to him-
Class a every man protect
). Main.
It\\, Ing signed by President Truman, Aug.
readiness. associated
self and those with
: 1030-Mass, St. Edward's ChapeL . I "Begauze of You." him from accidents, whir 4, 1951.
I' 0645-Mass at Hospital ChapeL Molly baa decided to have a red "Just a Little Fond Infection.11! may, f
,'t" Mormon devil tattooed on) her IhouJdtr-1 "Gall or Nothing at All." 0/' Wednesday-1930-at Small Cha- 'BO It'll laugh when, 1 shrug 'em"she "Itch You is or Itch You'* I daughter but she gave him the
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Reveal Plans

-. Station

To ConstructlO5

Dialogue
THE "FREE INSURANCE" LAW
WarshipsWashington i

("Station Dialogue" provides an

oooortunity for military and civilian AL T Fl 11 AFPS A vast I

I personnel of NAS to voice 105 warship construction project I

their opinion on a question put including the conversion of a
to them by a Jax Ait News re- submarine and
.missile
guided
porter). (Editor's Note:. To clarify any questions which station personnel Essex-class
equipping three carriers -
is "What do might have concerning the free insurance they are entitled to, under A
., Today's question : to handle jet-powered atomic -
Jax Air News offers today Part
Law 23 the
Public ,
of
the
provisions
you think of Jacksonville as a bombers, has been .announced I
liberty town?" Four in a series of comprehensive questions and answers analyzingall the Navy.
Taken from Armed Forces Talk 376, the series by
of the Act.
Thomas F. Tone"its_.AN all,.VF-174, ngnt: aspects covers the Free Insurance Law completely and it is suggestedthat In all the' building of four

There is a servicemen clip and save the articles as handy references when III.. _=- -....- ..... 3 minesweepers and the modernization -
of 101 vessels included.
are
deal.o queries arise regarding what benefits are to be derived from Public
great for .im- Law 23)). DOZO-Para-medics of the In addition to the carrier con
room Far East Air Force's 3rd Air versions, the Navy is building a
, provementthough. Force Rescue Squadron are 60,000-ton super carrier which
Person Is Permanent?
ally I IYour Policy anxiously awaiting Dozo's first will be capable of handling atomic

don't think jump. Dozo has shown such interest bombers. The new "flattop"will

There are several types of in jumping, the medics feature an elevator-type control
is enough
there medical
NSLI under ft. and without a parachute to which be loweredto
permanent USGLI and policies designed a special island can
recreation for
sailors. It the now ln force. They includ examination, to continue the policy fit her seven-weeks-old frame. create an unobstructed flight

Tone ordinary life insurance, in whic deck.
towns peoplewould
entertainment : you pay a fixed amount ever; ((3)) If you die while you are Sixteen % submarines will be
concentrate more on Plans To
facilities instead of: month until you die, no matte on active duty, your beneficiarywill VA Pay modernized as fast "Guppy" class

I bars, the city would be better for how long you live; "20-pay life,," receive all the benefitsof craft with snorkel breathing
Instead of the more Added DividendsOn
liberty." in which you pay fixed premium your policy, tubes, permitting long underwa.
and then insure limited coverage of automatic indemnity -
for 20 years are ter cruises. Armament improvements
VA-175 without further payments no mat NSLI in 52 call for installing rapid-
Elliott AM3 :
Charles F. .
ter how long you live; and endowments firing eight-inch guns on seven
'
-I guess it is in which you pay fixe Q. What are the disadvantagesof Washington (AFPS-With one- heavy cruisers and better five-

okay, There'sthe premiums for a specified numbeof signing a waiver? third of the checks due National inchguns on fifty-two destroyers.Six .

beach and years and then .receive the full A. In general there are no dis- Service Life Insurance policy submarines will be convertedfor

plenty of girls. face value of the policy while you advantages. However, in perma- anti-sub warfare.In .
1 ii'; What more are still alive, either in a lump; nent policies the loss of dividends holders in this year's dividend an earlier announcement

!' could you sum or in some delayed payment I takes on more importance than in mailed, the Veterans Administration the modernization of twelve destroyers

want I really plan. the 5-year term policies. When is now planning a new div- and four submarines as

can't complain In all of these plans your life you let the Government waive idend for next year. radar picket ships to strengthen

about the town is insured for the full face valu payment of even part of your The VA said recently that 2- 11, S. defenses against possible

Elliott since I have of the policy as soon as you star premiums, you are giving up div- 854,114 checks totaling $235,513- bomber attacks, had been disclosed : -

. always enjoyed my liberties. paying premiums. This provision idends on the whole policy 449.21 were mailed out through by the Navy.DaveIii.
.
I is called the "pure Insurance" part Some USGLI permanent policies Aug. 21. The entire dividend will I .

. Albert E. Bradford, AM3, VF- of the policy. But all permanen have been in effect so long come to about $685 million on

174: .._ .. . policies have certain other features that they earn dividends greater about eight million policies. Most Drinks
"I think it is that mean security for you than the amount you would save policy holders may expect their
:: before die-for example, the< dividend checks about three
a darn good you by letting the Government waive
., .. place to spendmy savings feature, the cash value part of the premiums. In these months after each policy's anni- Counter Opened

liberty. feature, and the borrowing lea cases, it might be to your advant- versary date.Members .
ture. to continue paying the full of the Armed Forces for NAS
lj't"tJ. People in town age Now it is possible.
are better than premiums.For may expect a longer delay due to I personnel to get beer or soft

most Navy These features are not insur example, anyone who took the change-over to free insurance drinks by the case much more

town citizens ance, in the strictest sense of the out a USGLI ordinary life insur- recently authorized by Con- conveniently.The .

elsewhere. 11 word, and because of them yoi ance policy 20 or more years ago, gress. Navy Exchange has opened -
Bradford also has nice pay a larger premium than you and who was aged 25 or under This year's dividend (the sec- a drive-in service for the sale

Beaches and plenty of girls so I would for pure insurance. Thi; when he took out the policy is ond) covering the period from of beer and soft drinks by the

there are many opportunities for. distinction is important because likely to save money by continu- 1948 to 1951, will be the last case. Placed into operation Tuesday -

I making your own good time." I in applying Public Law 23 to you; ing to pay full premiums. The "special" one. From now on morning, the new facility il:

permanent policy, the Governmenwill same would be true of the holderof "regular" dividends will be pale located in front of the Laundry,

Edward C. Cosgove, AM3, VF- waive payment of premium! a USGLI 20-pay life policy issued each year. Building 106, on Barnegat Ave
for the "pure insurance" part of at age 30 or under, which I > Beer sells for 'four dollars per

171"I like Jack- the policy while leaving you to has been in effect for 10 years or Wage Anti-Bug WarfareIn case: and soft drinks for a dollar

sonville. The pay the rest of your premiums.Q. more; or of the holder of a USGLI10year per case, plus deposits on the

climate is very DON It make any difference endowment policy in effect Korean Battle Zone bottles and cases. Various name

.. agreeable with which of these permanent plan 10 years or more no matter By Armed Forces Press Service brands of each are on sale.
me and the I hate how old the policy holder was at
The "flit gun air force" is on A Navy Exchange spokesman
people are A. Not unless you have held a time: of issue. the move.A this week explained that the new
quite friendly.I USGLI (World War I) policy for, 50 service was inaugurated to "make
offensive to wipe out the
Pretty girls I so long that it pays dividend, Q. What U meant by cash surrender millions new of disease-carrying mosquitoes it more convenient for personnelor
are not lacking greater than the part of the of a permanent policy? that families on the station to buy
and
flies endanger
and I can'tCosgrove I which the Government
premiums of
drinks. The elimination long
A. permanent policy which in Koreais
Any United Nations troops
complain on would waive. With that exception, lines for drinks formerly sold at
has been in force for more than a
that score. I'd like to settle down the following information appliesin underway. the gasoline station was another
i when I out of the Navy." year has a cash value. When the Anti-insect warfare Is a joint
I here get general to holders of all type reason for the opening of a drivein -
holder of such wants to
of a policy undertaking of the Fifth Air
policies.
permanent
discontinue it he is entitled to be he said.
VA- Targets
Robert L. Dunlevy, AT3 Force and Eighth Array.
. Q. What course of action an refunded this cash value. In effect Installationsand The drive-In facility will be

175: think. it. is open to UK It I hold a permanent he surrenders the policy and are friendly areas. Planesare open from 0800 to 1630 Mondays:
surrounding
policy? the which it gives him. through Fridays only. It will bu
\ fine liberty protection C-46's that carry DDT Instead -
The peo A. Three choices are available. Most policies include a table which of TNT. :closed Saturdays and Sundays. .

I"I I shows what the cash surrender II I ..-rJ
waiver
are excep- (1) You can sign a C-56's equipped with huge insecticide
I t value is at given time duringthe
hospi- which will reduce your premium any tanks pump out the
and that the that life of the policy RealisticContinued
payments by part represents deadly 20% DDT from two noz-
I! a big the cost of insurance How could I cashsurrendermy
pure Q. zles under the tail of the plane. from 1) "1
difference. The protection. permanent policy without losing ( Page
The mixture is so potent that one
: i I beaches aremy ((2)) You can elect to continue its protection? quart is sufficient to treat a full nost unimaginable ruin that

favorite paying the full amount of premiums A. If you surrender a perma- acre of land. would possibly result from an

Dunlevy haunts. I only in cash or by allotment, and nent policy for cash while you I atomic blast.Extending.

I wish ,1 had more time to spend be entitled to dividends. are on active duty, NSLI or US- Name the theory of anatomic
In
, 1 down by the shore. (3): You can 'surrender your polIcy GLI will let you buy back all or Triplets bomb being brought into

or policies for cash value and part of it within 120 days after Keesler AFB, Miss. (AFPS)- the; area by saboteurs, the film

gee protected by free Indemnity.. you are released from service. Three men at this base met for will be in production from fouro
To Ask, For Additional Thus, you can rely on the free' the first time. They are Cpl. Rob- ; six weeks. Originally it was

Q. What happens If I sign a indemnity while you remain in ert E. Lee, Sacramento, Calif.; planned to show the bomb being
Giant Aircraft Carriers naher? service and then go back to your Pfc Robert E. Lee. Summerfield, iropped from aircraft; however,
old permanent USLI or USGLI N. C.; and Pfc. Robert E. Lee, due to the heavy concentrationf
+ '" A. You will probably be asked,,,
Washington (AFPS) The policy when you become a civilian. Plainfield Wis. military air power in the area,
for a while, to continue paying
ask for giant '
Navy will more t t was felt that the movie woulde
aircraft carriers following com premiums as you have previously! more realistic if the bomb

pletion of model tests now being done, either by allotment or by were exploded by fifth column
Veterans
direct remittance to the
conducted. in the city.
agents
Administration. After a decision
.
"Additional large flattops are *
has been made In the case of each
a matter of considerable urgency ype of policy, as to what part of Capt. Sam Bostic, senior medical *
because the Navy has larger the Insurance officer at the Center will acts
premium represents "pure
. and heavier planes coming into risk" and what'part cov narrator of the production. Hes
Secretary of the for the role hay.
production, ers savings or cash value, you I well qualified
? Navy Dan A. Kimballl said. will be refunded the overpayment.Then' ng just completed a course ,in
; .. Current tests of scale model of Atom Warfare Survival at Edgevood .
reduce the '
can ,
- the 60.000 ton super, carrier you the insurance risk. t a t Maryland.
James V. Forrestal is expectedto amount of pure allot When videoed the film Is expected .
If: have been paying by
give Navy engineers all the you to stimulate an active interest -
for future ment during your active duty, you local ,
information needed on the part of the
.I \
another form or forms
of ships in this would sign vital that
construction more opulace in the part '
If ,,
allotment.
of the Forrestal are reducing the you the
I class. Tests .w he A-Bomb is playing on "
expected to be completed. in lave been paying directly, you every day lives of tHe American .\
less.
would simply start paying .
_ about eight months. itizen. .
: -%
.
It is the first of its kind to be = \
Q. What are the advantage In "
made in this area and combining
: '.. TrafficViolations Ugnlng a waiver? till shots and movie shots it will 'I

A. There are several e make a thirty minute television
:
r' (1) You can continue the same Rs how. :
J < ..
.. ,J. kind of insurance that you have '
y Listed below arc the traffic sow without paying 80 much fort. Census Takers, Note! ': .
violations( aboard this station for ..

;" the period August 21 to August (2) Within 120 days after you A GHOST OF THE PAST-Six: Italian naval vessels escort Geneva (Air I'S) World popu

30, 1951 from, service, you the 330-ft. Amerigo Vespucci into Chesapeake Bay. The full- Is now Increasing at the
W. R. ire separated of according I.-
Multiple Offenses: full Italian naval training ship visited the U. S. Naval Academy ate 60,000 per day
the rigged
premiums
Wright can resume paying to New York and Boston as to a recent report issued by'the
Md.. before proceeding .
..\ f Miscellaneous Offenses: N. E. to the Veterans Admlnslrat part at Annapolis of her 10,000 mile summer training cruise for. cadets and United Nations, World Health Or"*-

Rhoden, AOUAN; K. E. Swinson t ildshlpnun of the Italian Navy. sntzation. \1

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By digging down into the
grease and saw-dust surroundingan
F4U parked on the hangar
deck we came up with a little
red-headed tin bender to make
"White Hat of the ''Week"

After wiping the muck off his
a glasses, he told us that his name -,
T \, r,ca was Edward J. McCarthey, but

.,,. -.' that everyone calls him 'Red'.
:> "* Red was born 22 years ago in
'- "tf .. ,- m East Palistine, (Ohio that is,) and
-
.
><,. ...
; lived there until June of 1948
.-
: when he enlisted and began his
'...... recruit training at Great Lakes,
'
...., ,.. .J hf. .':, ". Illinois. After leaving the luxurious f r
'.,. : \j life in'boot camp, Red served
.,.. ; : '" \ with VS-31 at Atlantic City and
,, :
Quonset Point until the wheels in
: '
:: Washington ground out a mes-
,... .
"" sage informing him of immed- --
..; ..--.. ".....' iately impending sea duty.
< .
,
-- The cruise aboard the USS Me
_..
,, ft $ It't I gara was finished last February
.

,'.;'::,: ;.::.:,' ;:,;:\ : :;:;:" .:+ '" : ,,: ': .:. 5,::; fi'. ; ..,:.': ,.'.:;".;;.: :: :i iv" I at hat Since which was coming transferred time the into young to the Fasron white-Navy, 6.,


'. "., ,.... Red has developed into an excel-
," \ lent swimmer and diver, holding
down a spot on the Quonset
: *: :" $ Point swimming squad. Since
,
i'P'r'i
., .._, Red has leanings toward the car-

,;;: ;:;%\ tI : : :: penters that vocation the Navy, it did is his away big with regret ..

5' ; ': : a the rating of carpenter ,beforehe
>: ', entered the service.
.
l ,. .. I
f ,.,, ,' .N".,.,." "". :.<,. During the year after grad-
t ::V school and be-
uation from high
I :! "-f ; ':
]
fore enlisting, Red worked for
,,{.: ,, ,, ..,,,>>.' '" "*' '"\10' qtC .; w a pottery plant in his home town.
.' .' : Even though he is not a big man,
;:\. .: : ,<' ,',. .: ,t :,:::::, he won two letters for his effortson
,',,'....j .' ti\, t i ." ; "" the gridiron while in high ...

<., .;t./H "' .'.t. :: ': ::> ;r :: ;: ':: : ,, school.Well over one hundred men '

Ii." ,-._ ... ,, ';;t;!>\! .J.>, have checked into the squadronfor
,
1 : : '; :\ \:i l : :' '! a in further the past transfer week. from All the CAG17 activity -- '

: .. .. ..... .. ,- .s has transfer yeoman,
i- ',.2: ._3t:.;:"",<' ,w."w:_"" .......,--w----, ,. .mmm..m ---- >v.t 'Quills'i LeFrancois, YNT)3( : I
KEEPING: COOL NUKING 1ICAT WAVE-Keeping cool in the midst of a Florida heat wave is no problem for personnel and his head I
methodically pounding
taeir families who frequent the station's five outdoor swimming pools. In upper left photo, Mrs. Robbie Chitty, wife of Lcdr. Bill I against the edge of his desk in
Chitty of NARTU and children Cooper, Candy and Chum, soak up some refreshing water at the officers' club pool. At upper right, between his work on each serv- I
I three budding aquamen try a pyramid at the NATTC pool. They are, top, George Marburger, AA; lower left, J. T. Edley, AA, and ice-jacket.
lower right, Ralph Thomas. Keeping the water flying in the lower left picture are four men from VF-174 at the Mainside pool. .
Four Nurses from the Naval Hospital rest and relax at the "O" Club pool bottom right. They are, left to right, Lt. (Jg) Olga Se-

gin Ensign Adelaide Pennock, Ensign Elizabeth Skagg and Ensign Vivian Bartholomew. --. Need More SpecialistsFor

January of 1951. Larry, a veteran : A-Plane Research
PUTS RADIO TECHNIQUE I
5-Year TermRenewals LAD I II I r of duty in the Pacific during I II Wright J'atterhon AFH, Ohio

I' i I the war, says, "I didn't have to ((AFPSStepped up efforts to .
For TO GOOD USE AT NATTCENTER I| come back, but I figured that I :' develop an atomic-powered airplane -

;' might as well get it over with, so engine have created an increased -
the NATTCenter ---.- ------- I' need In the Air Force for
Back in January ---- I signed up again.
technology
trained In reactor -
InsuranceGovernment officers
public information office was throughout the country on the I He has appeared in all the the USAF Inatitue of
Paramount News Reels. He also NATTCenter productions, including I '
life insurance term just getting under way. The entire Fechndogy recently announced."Research .
policies held by veterans and thosein complement consisted of one broadcast the world Softball I Barrage NATTCenter night for Margo,Televi-, and into aircraft noclear -
be xenewed at the Lieutenant and Avi- tournament in 1948 with teams the recent
service may I I reserve one sion Show. He will be master of I propulsion Will uiMnen-
of term period fora ation Ordnance Chief. to boost our
world
expiration any from all over the participating ceremonies at the next NATTCenter tlonably continue
successive period of live years TV show featuring an hour's need for graduate training: for
without physical examination, as entertainment of variety and music officers," Raid 81'1(. (;fn. I* J.Ua'ls .
the result of two amendments to I onI I VSAFIT Commandant. .' r
WMBR .
lie left Greeley in 1949 to take over TV station '\
the insurance laws signed by the the position of general managerof I September 18th. In order to meet this need, the
2 Veterans Ad-
President August declared., i, KOKO in LaJunta, Colorado.He I Larry hopes to be released from Air Force is providing graduate
ministration has
Columbus in February raining for officers holding BS
Public Law 104'grants this I returned to the Navy in January of next
I I 1950 and became staff and : His plans are somewhat legrees In aeronautical electrical,
to holders of National Service year. ',..
.
light .
chemical englneei--
and Public special events announcer at I vague on where he will go but nechanical or
Law Life 101 contains Insurance a, similar provision I WCOL (ABC), in Columbus.He he definitely intends to stay in ng, also In physics, chemistry, or

applicable to United States I ,'j was recalled to the Navy in the radio. business.-- -! .- .!metallurgy: ___ __ __
-- --

Government Formerly, Life renewal Insurance.was authorized I \ Fed On Chiefs' FingersCrew's

by the Congress for one additional -
five-year period at a time. I WhileHe
The new legislation permits such Mascot Figures To Be Around For

renewals indefinitely. for 'h ________. ._ .. y.q .ww" d.c_ pgn
The premium rate paid
term insurance increases each
time it Is renewed for a new five-
year term period, in accordancewith
_.
the age of the insured at the -
time of renewal, and becomes ex- I Larry Green, BMG3
pensive to carry in the upper The situation was laughable to
age brackets. For this reason, I everyone but the PIO officer and
V-A recommends early conversionto I his assistant. Soon was startedan
a permanent plan of insurance.! interview of personnel for
for which the premium remains I complement and "cumshawing"of
the same for the life of the con- every available piece of equipment I

tract. they could find. ,Lil' 01' Norman-Building 500's New Mascot J.'
The successive renewal periods First person interviewed for a .' ,

NSLJ granted or by' USGLI the Congress policies! for apply term job in the office was a slim, Personnel at the Administration = other such names were offered hauled off and bit the fingerof 'N J. ,
black-haired young man with a but the name of Norman, a fine the leading Chief, and with "
only to those contracts for which ready grin, and a fast line of building at NATT- old English name, was finally de- that he endeared himself to the .,
( the term period has not yet ex- chatter. Since that time that grin Center have ,acquired a new cided upon. whole crew. ". .LL

:, pired. has become famous in the Jack- mascot-one that is expectedto The next problem confronting '
sonville area on amateur shows, while A fair 97' per cent of the sec- the crew was what to feed "Our ...
1 First Lady Marines public benefits, radio, and tele- last quite barringany retaries and typists at the Cen- Norm." Varied suggestions were ftI ".
vision programs. Larry Green, unforeseen circum- ter gathered around, to discuss Wheaties, All-Bran and raw
; Since WW II Slated hailing from Columbus, Ohio, has stances. what to.do with "li'l ol" Norm." beef at $1.25 per pound. Finally -
come to town. With the members of the Some of the varied suggestionsfor it was decided to feed him Chiefs'
NATTCenter support force ex- Norman's plan-of-the-day included fingers-with the amount of -
For Overseas
I DulyPearl Larry started his career in ra- pected to "stay around for quitea presenting him to the local "hackies" at NATTCenter, it was
Harbor (AFPS) The dio with radio station KFKA at while," it was deemed neces- police office in token of their felt that Norm would be well .'.
first detachment of Women Marines Greeley, Colorado, under the sary that personnel of building speed campaign; putting him in supplied. It's all settled. The
to serve in the Pacific area stage name of Larry Lee. Start- :500 acquire a pet with qualifica- Lcdr. Westover's' desk for kicksin Ad building has a pet. He's
I since WWII are scheduled to arrive ing as a spot announcer he was tions of durability to weather the the Administration office, and got quarters and an unlimited
here' in October. promoted through the positionsof years of time. it was suggested to put Normanon supply of Chiefs' fingers. "
One officer and 17 Marine staff announcer, chief announcer Irven Hill, SN,. solved the prob- the pay roster for pay pur- But there is one point that is -
I unlisted women comprise the and finally to the executive lem. With business sagacity he pose. (After the first 400 years, really bothering the boys. Since
initial unit that will be assigned position of program director. purchased 'a pet that is guaran- ol' N to Headquarter, Fleet Marine During his stay in Greeley, he teed to live for four hundred the center a fortune in longevity tary outfit, "there has got to be" a ;',j ,
Fore Pacific.Appoximately. broadcast such famous' events as years and has a possible expec- alone). plan-of-the-day for Norman. in x
1,000 Women the Denver Stock Show, the Gree- tancy of 600. Anyone having experience for f
Marines served in the Hawaiian ley Spud Radio, and the- world There was some discussion" in making out plans-of-the-day the PIO ;'" t I
i Islands in WWII, from January, i iJP45 famous Frontier Days at Cheyenne to name the little rll! 11t. alligators please' contact: immediat ly.t. .
to January, 1946. Wyoming, sttn currently Alberto, Rollo, Aloysius; office at the Center



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VDU TAKC TWO OF TMtSf >t Hovr'ht a tcT: SiLEWC : ,

> NOW, AW TWO JUT RfFCRR .. NOTES
NiT73NG tHC> SACK A BLOOD TE 1
Approximately 600 people jan'.1\
med the CPO Club last Saturday {
evening. Patrons danced to the 'j
music of the NATTCenter PIO
Band, the bar was four deep, and
the free fried chicken Jine was
full.

., \ Duty manager, Lee Sontag, reported .
\ for the first time in club
5f4OWsN Mi: :50MirI history that there were no gripes. i
I JttwQ HD41) S Hf The Jacksonville Navy Chiefs' .
Club is fast becoming the number
;' CAw4P yi1AMPLL) one Club on the coast.
w HOC)g.Y t r The only dissension during the

evening occurred when one
r brown sacker came in a bit late.
CO UA.CK AT Several single souls were in the J
Wry.E'8>"' tAKINCNOW gMERt,rftiiE'$ r c1JET chicken line ahead of said sack
/ ( jT er. Single sons hearing enraged
mutterings in their rear realized
what had happened, and knowingthat
the sacker probably hadn't
eaten a bit all day allowed the
hungry to come to the head of
the line. Peace was restored.

The big deal concerning the
election of a Miss Jax Navy
Chiefs' Club and the huge outdoor
party with an aquacade and dinner
on the grounds is still in the
"brewing" stage. Steve, Harry,
DAY and the managers have not been
able to secure an audition with
officialsas yet. The dope shouldbe
released by tomorrow. All
J/ Y Chiefs wives, daughters, sisters,
1 SICK BAY and girl friends will be eligible
/d s for Queen honors.

.-. ,....f Friday night bingo game will
come off as per usual. The Jack-
pot prize will be a worthwhile
J. Perry and Richard P. Mur- ,
Fasion 109 Fasron 9 Report.Scouting phy are prize
VF-14. VF-4L AN"s.S There will be a regular dance
I Saturday night with Johnny Jah-
Fasron 109
i FASRon 109 now has a distinguished nick's orchestra. The Sunday eve
Jacksonville l Area Squadrons( marksman in its midst, in ning Tea Dance will be held as
the form of John H, "Curly" Lu usual with free. .Juke. Box music.

I cas, ADC, formerly; with VF-34, I
VF-14 ----- Chief Lucas was pistol coach of
have been transferred to NATTCfor paint job it rates has been scheduled
the Pensacola Florida
I VF-14 has undergone a Navy pis-
personnel William. for the future.
.. instructors duties. near
tol team from 1946 until 1949.
face lifting in )'ecentmonths. Insinger, CS3, is to report for Bundy, who enlisted in July I
While serving with CAG-9 in
I Five pilots have left duty aboard the USS Salerno 1950 and reported to the squadron
Charleston, R. I, he won the 'I
,
Bay. Paul Oliverio, SH3, USNR, for duty after recruit training
the squadron seven have joined -
most coveted distinction awarded
been his requested
has granted outfieldee'ofthe
is TAD at was a regular to either civilian service ,
and one pilot discharge squadron softball team which a or SALTY HUMOR FROM
marksman, that of "Distinguish.
school.Of *
received a runners-up trophy for ed Pistol Shot". HERE AND THERE"Who
the departing five, Lt. VF-41 its intra-mural play. He won the Trl-Districts pistol -
Wayne Hammett and Lt Dale For the second consecutive Lt. (jg) Frank C. Sain, has re- shooters championship in
Fisher have reported to Indian month the squadron has logged ported aboard to VF-41 for duty I Jacksonville and the Florida is that brunette over
apolis and Kansas City respectively !' well over a thousand' hours of involving flying. He has just com State Expert Championship in there 7""That'
as Bureau of Aeronautics flight time but the many "E's" pleted a course of instruction at 1948. He was pistol coach and John's wife. Don't you
Representatives; Lt. (jg) George which were received after the re- the All-Weather Flight School, captain of the Quonset Flyers know her..?"
Maige drew duty at Corpus Christi cent competitive exercises as a Key West. Lt. Sain first enteredthe Pistol Squad for approximately "Oh, I thought he married a
as an instructor in AllWeather result of the intensive program Navy in August 1943 and after two years, during which time blonde!"
Flight School; Lt. (jg) Bob were adequate compensation for a period as a V-5 cadet, attended the team won two ComNavAir "He did, but she. dyed"
Hamilton is pursuing his shore the long working days and irregular the Naval Academy from Bases and two First Naval District *
duty at Quonset Point, only a few' hqurs sometimes required.The which he was graduated as a titles. Pvt.: "May I have next Wednes-
miles from his home, and Lt. Bob I untiring efforts of the member of the class of 1949. I day off?"
Klock departed for separation as squadron chief petty officer in Advanced in rate on September Lucas is currently shooting i Sgt.: "What for ?"
requested.New I helping the squadron to succets- 1 were nine members of VF- with the Jax Navy pistol team, Pvt.: "It's my silver wedding
pilots in the squadron are fully meet all commitments resulted 41. James R. Canup and Charles which is making a name for itself anniversary and "my wife and I
Lt. Jesse Hopkins, Lt. Merrill I in their being commended G. Rhodes are now AEAN's; in marksman circles. The want to celebrate.
Phillips Lt. (Jg's) Joe Vaughan, by the skipper, Lcdr. George Dean M. Longhenry made team will attend the National Sgt.: "What! Are we going to
John Riddick, Bill Bennett, Done Shaw-Cothorn, during a special' AOAN; while Paul F. Hussey, Pistol Championships, to be held have to" put up with this eveiy 25
'\ Tate,'and Ensign Jim Ellis from meeting. Joseph P, LaCroix, Angelo V in San Francisco, Calif., in Sep years ? .
VS27. Because of the squadron policy Lucian, Jack A Owens, Robert tember.; At one time! he was on
Two fliers have returned from prohibiting names on planes until tne official U. o.:: wavy team, There used to be something
has which is authorized by the Bureau about me that gills liked butthat's
school. Lt. Bob Brown completed the pilot gets an "E" to accompany
his course at the All. I his name, the painters of Personnel.He all spent now.S
.. I.. Weather Flight School and Ensign received that chore in a lump order will leave for San Francisco *
Dick Kapp is back aboard I and have been seen, almost I with FASRon 109's best Wife to husband after several
after instruction at Officers' between flights, putting the wishes for further success. rounds of drinks at a cocktail
Maintenance School in Memphis.Lt. names of all the "E' winners on i Thomas P. O'Donnel, the FAS party: "Henry, don't take another
(jg) "Doc" Mossburg is still the planes. Ron 109 movie operator is one cocktail. Your" face is already
hitting the books at Memphis. The recent arrival of the squadron .' mass of aches and pains after getting bluried.
insignia decals has further going out for the station football *
One of the busiest indiviualsin added a bit of djstinctive touchto team He asked her for burning kis. >Jes.
squadron activities has been the appearance of the Corsairs. i Recently in from Whidby Island She said in accents cruel:
the stork, with five bundles delivered Washington, is CHMACH "I may be a led hot gal.
tl Karl H. Kester and nine enlisted But I ain't nobody's luel."
just recently. Reporting By dint of some clever maneuvering kav > .
*
aboard under "stork-power" has hard working 01' Man a l instructors, filled with expert
peen:' James B to Lt and Mrs. stork succeeded in seeing squadron w advice about flight operation Fleet headquarters wired a
Jim Morin; Barbara Jean to Don personnel treated to cigarsas procedures of P2V aircraft. The ship at sea: "Move Heaven and
.. and Cathy Flynn; a son, Jerry to a result of delivering baby portable P2V training unit they earth; get here Friday"
Lt. (jg )and Mrs. Darrell Moss- boys to the homes of Joseph E. brought with them is being in. The ship's captain wired back:
burg; Kevin Elwinn to Ken Ord- Butler, AMI, and Gilbert I, Lewis stalled in builling 158 and class 'Raised hell. Arriving Thmsday"!
way, AD2, and wife; and Linda AT2. The infants have been room instructions are expected i
Mauline, to Lt (jg) and Mrs. Don named Kenneth Wayne and Da- to begin early this month.I his present capacity of First Lieutenant
Ross. Special arrangements must vid Gilbert, respectively. I : and .Ordnance. Officer.
have transpired between the According to available reportsthe Fasron 9
stork and the Ross's for Linda arrived old bird is still snooping The super anniversary party of A great interest in the "Uke"
on her dad's birthday.In around the homes of other indi- xgcr the squadron has been postponeduntil has been taken by two sailors in
addition to those who are viduals and is probably waitingfor [ further notice. Although he electronics gang and has resulted -
already proud parents, there are [ sufficient cloud cover before there definitely will be a party, in their learning several
making some more runs. present conditions required the songs for accompaniment.' A1-
expectant Perhaps the 'luckiest' and certainly date to be changed from September hough, the two, David Barngrorer -
Lt. (jg) Al Hansen, Ensign Bill ; one of the best looking 8 to sometime later in the and Chester Reed, haven't
Cleland, John Trembly, ADC; airplanes in the squadron is No. month. been anxious to exercise their
Jake Kimberl ADC, and Earl 318. Also it is the most'decorated, During the Cecil Field intra- alents in a crowd, some sources
-, ,, Jenkins, SN.Stepping wearing the name of Lt. (jg) mural softball round rob tn, ous.
into "double harness" Lucien P. Caulkett just beneaththe double-elimination play-off for
recently and thus qualifying for cockpit with his accompa- the station championship Fas- So suddenly many people were
brown-bagger titles were Robert nying big 'E' and a group of ron 9 absorbed one shellackingfrom unaware, of thefr' i intentions,
the station team but James Baloney, AN, and George
Davis, YN3; Howard Shreeves, smaller leters indicating the pilot
AD3, and Charles Reitz, AN. won honors in rockets, bombingand bounced back against a strong Poovey, ADE1, have received a
gunnery. VC-62 team for a win. Victoryin discharge and are no longer with
When eight salty Ensigns of Two aviators other than Lt. AfPCANDLELIGIIT the second game not only kept Fasron 9. Lee Edwards, AN, and
VF-H made Lt. (jg) the ready (jg) Caulkett have won their x Fasron 9 in the running but also 'R. B.: Arrant, AN, perhaps
room seemed; to become amazingly 'EV with this plane and althoughit provided them with another enough courage (Dutch,
.. full of those silver bars. Help- presently could use a paint jobit POWER whack at Cecil Field, their first to leave our beloved squadronand
ing to create that illusion have is in excellent shape and appearance Newest and probably longest game conquerors.Lt. have shoved off for the enticements :<
been Randy Moore, Charlie title for a beauty queen was Charles Varner, who has of French Morrocco.
Moore, Don Ross Don Hegrat, bestowed upon Miss Totty been selected to attend a six The two were anticipating encountering *
Merle Rice, Jim Morin, John The unceasing work of CharlesL. Ames of Los Angeles. She was weeks course of instruction at the huge throngs of veiled
Wachtel and (before he left) Bob Bundy, AN, an outstanding voted by the men of El Toro, Aerial Mine Warfare School at ladies begging to be saved.,
Hamilton. plane captain, has been respon- Calif. Marine Corps Air Stationas Yorktown, Va., will head north snake charmers with tales of intrigue
t Walter Ward, AOC William ible"( for the improvements made "The Girl They Would Like this week. Upon completion of and camel drivers with Odeparted.
I Franklin, AMC, Vincent Smith, an No. 318, which is one of theeldest to Share the Cockpit With On a his studies Lt. Varner will re- sinister appearances when they.,
AMC, and Charles Fatten PR1, planes in the outfit, 'The Midnight Mission." turn to Fasron 9 and continue in .

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NATTCenter's second outdoor boxing smoker of the year thrilledthe
fans from the opening bout of the evening between 8yearoldMike

Kearse and 10-year-old Tommy Carter to the stellar presentation : .
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between John Baxley of VP-741 and Pete Arwood of NATTC

Athletic and Recreation department.With .
some 3,000 spectators on
hand, Mike Kearse and Tommy The classy and lighter Johnstonwith r srY.
Carter opened the festivities witha plenty of ring savvy swarmed -
sensational two-round slam- all over the Ordnance pugilist
from the Badger State. Saunders
bang match. The two -
weights, dependents of paper-Navy rallied for a spell in the last

personnel at NATTC, threw their round, but the Cecil Field lad fI
50 pounds around the squared cir- had piled up. too many points ? .
cle from the opening gong of the when the final gong sounded.

bell to the closing round. The I Arwood Rallies
three judges and referee called I The feature attraction of the

the fight a draw. evening brought together light-

Marine Private Ronald McCartin heavies John Baxley of VP-741 ,
of Hermosa Beach. Californiaand and Pistol Pete Arwood from

Don Gilligan of Class 8A of Nashville, Tennessee, in by far
the best bout of the evening The COUNTY SOFTBALL
ANP School from Tacoma
( ) ,
CHAMPS Blastinr
out 12-
a
Tennessee strong boy threw his
Washington, opened the night'saction
port and starboard windmills 2 victory over llardage and
in a featherweight go. I V Sons in the finals, Jax Navy's
Both boys threw caution to the round and round at the well con
Softball combine put the skids
ditioned Baxley. Baxley coun-
winds in the last round and
I tered late in the first round to under highly favored oppositionto
the crowd to its feet with
brought
each jab and jolt. The decision open a cut under the right eye of r'L\' capture the annual Duval
Californianwho Arwood, and again in the second County Softball Championship
went to the rangy _
Tourney. Team members In-
showed much under the left eye of the Tennessee -
promise. strong-boy. In the second elude, front row, left to right,
Clark Beats Peltonen round Arwood had the Jackson- Dick Brooks, mascot; Gene

In the second fight of the night, ville lad wobbling and reeling Horton, Ib; Sparky Fedak 2b;
a lightweight clash between from a furious body attack, but Chuck Wheeler, If; Audrey
Ralph Clark from Canal Point, the bell sounded before any fur- Trotter, rf; Sam Black, manager -
Florida, a Ship's Company lad; ther damage was inflicted. and catcher. Back row, Al

and George Peltonen, from Flint, The third and final round had Gonyea, p; Larry Tusso, p;
Michigan, attending A N ( P ) the fans standing and screamingwith Lou lozzino, 3b; Ross Kaser, Ib;
School and in Class 8B, the Flor- excitement as Arwood start- Phil McKay, utility; John Me-

idian emerged victorious. Pel- ed the round with a flurry of il-WI caffrey, ss, and Gary Walsh, cf.
tonen opened with a flurry, but punches. What kept Baxley In bottom photo, catcher
couldn't keep up the pace as standing at the end of the fight manager Sam Black accepts the*
the lean Floridian rallied to was nothing more than sheer championship trophy from Na- r
snatch the split decision from his heart as he took an unmericiful than Mallison, city recreation

heavier opponent. I pounding from the fancy dancing department superintendent, following -
The third fight of the evening Arwood. The decision of the the 12-2 win over Hard-

went to Wayne Cluff of Mesa, I judges was unanimous in favorof age in the finals.

Arizona, over Eugene Richards the Tennessee strong boy. "Pis- b
from Pawtucket R. I., in a wel- tol Pete" Arwood. I

terweight match. The stalking I The NATTC Athletic and Recreation I
Richards, of Class 7C of ANP
department has expressed Hunt Talent
School, showed a fine left hand its thanks to Captain LesterK. I

that repeatedly connected on the Rice and Commander John A 'Soltbollers
target, but the agile desert lad Gamon, Jr., for their interest in Pull Upset1; I For Coming
from Arizona, of Class 7B ANP) sanctioning these fine athletic
.
School, with his counterpunching -
events. Also a vote of thanks has
copped the close split deci- been tendered to Lcdr. Guy N. Mitt SmokerA

sion.Chuck I Stroud and his Commissary department COp County Tourney
Estes of Orlando Florida Captain Sam C. Bostic boxing smoker is in the
and Ralph Clark of Oroville, and the Medical department, and planning stages, according to
California from Class 8A of ANP all the NATTC schools for their Jax Navy's softballers, seventh seeded in competition, completely Recreation and Welfare offi- J
( ) School vied in a welterweight fine help in making these events pulled one out of the bag. upsetting all dopesters, to capture the cials.

clash with the aggressive Estes possible.The Duval County Softball tournament which concluded Saturday at The of the smoker is

scoring repeatedly in the first work of Bob Suggs, Marine Lackawanna Park. to help purpose in the forming of a

two rounds. Estes ran out of gas private, whose tireless work as The squad blasted Hard- Saturday Jax Navy blasted out Jax Navy Boxing Squad for
Navy
in the last round and the coun- coach of the boxing team in the I
ter-punching Clark rocked his age and Sons in the final gameof 12 runs on eight hits to trip the engagement against other serv-
absence of head coach Chief John
ice teams and also for in
entry
Al
lighter opponent with some left the tournament, 12-2, Saturday Hardagemen Big Gonyea
Colson and assistant coach Chief
the 1952; Golden Gloves Boxing
Lackawanna Park but four safeties to the -
jabs and right crosses to the Al Brady have rated a find ap- I night at gave up show.
head and body that gained him of to take the crown. youthful Hardage nine and was
the split decision of the judges. proval gratitude. Tiny Noblettas Compiling not-too-impressive in trouble at no point in the The smoker, an indoor affair,
the third man in the ring, has
will be held the
as soon as
record and finish- game.
Jordan Downs Pine also been commended for his regular season
In the fifth bout of the evening work. Thanks has also gone to ing in the second division in the McCaffrey Homers weather cools off a bit and a '.
classy Bill Jordan of Lincoln, Dr. Jack S. Bullock and his staff City Softball League, the Navy Jax Navy was held scorelessin suitable card can be drawn up. \
Illinois, of Class 7D of ANP) of Medical Corpsmen for their men disregarded their mediocre the first inning but pushed a Only a few members of lastspring's

School, had to stave off a late fine cooperation, and Judges R. R. season to pull their big upset in pair of runs across in the second boxing squad are stilt
stationed here but with the influx
rally by John Pine of Roseburg, Stovall, W. L. Tackaberry, and taking the County tourney crowna and garnered five big runs in the -
of material from the
Oregon of Class 7B also, of ANP John Hurl.Norman. crown coveted by 33 of the third. They scored one in the .oJ 1
( ) School, to grab a split deci- Quarrels and Meridith area's best teams. fourth, three in the sixth and growth of NATTCenter and the I
of other units it is
Gets No-Hitter concluded their scoring in the expanding ,
sion. Jordan piled up his pointsin Stone were the time keepers, Gonyea I
the first two rounds, but the while Atsie Stein did the rang Jax Navy opened action in the eighth with a lone tally. expected that a greater numberof I
boxers will enter
whirlwind finish of Pine almost announcing.AK3 tourney with a 9-0 over Marietta Hardage pushed its only two potential
upset the apple cart when time Baptist with Al Gonyea tak- runs across in the sixth inning, into competition.

ran out on the lean Oregon lad. of Supply who topped Doc ing the win on a no-hitter. They and committed six errors to makeit of Purdue
The semi-final fight of the night Neal Overton of the Dental De- next dumped Southside Presby- a complete walk away for the A E. C. Robertson
Rose
playing against Polytechnic
partment. terian, 60.When Navy team.Shortstop.
brought Johnston from
Tommy Institute of Terre Haute, Indianain
John McCaffrey
fell before
Second round winners were Gator Post
VF-14 of Cecil Field wellseasoned
lad in the squared, circle, and- West over Doering, McCoy over the onrushing sailors, 5-4 in a paced the winners with a three- 1900, successfully kicked sevenfield

LaVerne Saunders: from Portage, Brown and Barkley over Perry.In game packed with action, and run homer and a double. Chuck goals. .
the doubles eliminations, decided in the seventh frame.A Wheeler and Bill Walsh each
Wisconsin NATTC'sAO
School., attending Paul McQueen teamed with last inning homer by Gene collected a pair of hits to help The St. Louis Cardinals, who
5-4 win whitewash the Hardage squad.Al used to steal 13 bases in a normal
West for A. O. School to defeat Horton gave the Navy a
Arnold and Strickland of Com- over Happy Sports and a crackat Gonyea went the route for week, have swiped just a few"more
Norse-Shoe Tourney missary while Chief Baldwin and Hardage in the finals. the locals in racking up the win than that all season. That

Lt. Fred Marconi of Athletic and Hardage and Sons defeated and copping the crown. Pittmanwas probably answers your question,
M :Swings Into ActionAction Recreation downed W o o d row Trinity Baptist, Palm Valley and tagged with the loss for in case you've been wonderingwhat
Perry and George Breen of ANP Duval Motors to qualify for the Hardage. has happened to the Card-

in NATTCenter's horse- ( ) ship's company. final match with Jax Navy. inals.
shoe tournament is in its final Sport Shorts

;, stages this week after three hot
weeks of competition in the com- Mosf Team Homers In Season 2 "Father Walter of Camp American Is known Football.as "the Planning Contest

pany, division, department and .
school eliminations.First .
: all-time record for consecutiveigAle President of the United States, For Weight-Litters
round singles matches are of ordinarily inel I :
victories at the beginning ofweek's I Woodrow Wilson was a coach at
being played in the rear of Building Something little and
readers claimed last assistant a new
the season" was-Rube Mar- Princeton in 1877 and
l 513. (NATTC Gymnasium.) prizes to the Jax Air I in 1889 and 99. different _in the way of ath-
Guard, who starting on opening coach at Weslyan
,: Victors posted in first round News Sports Quiz. letic entertainment is being
in 1912 19 for
r competition so far, include Dental De-Dr. Jack Piva, AD1, of NARTU day the New York, won Giants games before I Johnny Pesky of the Red Sox planned by the Physical Training to
James Pennington, -I'
Fisher and Monroe C. Dorsey civilian he was beaten July 7, registered his 1200th major leaguehit department.
partment champion, over Recreation and Welfare officer -
station policemen, are on the
5 when he
on August singled
Chief This week's is comparatively -
title holder query
Commissary ; Lcdr. Harry Knickelbinehas
list of those who cannot claimthe of the first ,
in the inning
opening
Bill of A. O. School easy:
Barkley prizes, unless, as the rules announced that plans to
I Ship's Company over Larry stated, no other readers an- "What team holds the ma- game hold a Jax Navy Weight Lift-
Green, BMG3, public information the jor league record for the most ing contest are in the forma-
swer question.
office champ, and ANP) home runs in a single season. One of the largest crowds to tive stages.
ship's company's champ Wood- Since Pva is an enlisted What year was it established witness a Class D game turned Final drawing up of plans
man-and he was first with and how homers out at Waycross (GeorgiaFlorida
many were
Chuck
row Perry, AMC, over will be completed as soon as
t' Estes, ALAN, of the athletic and the answer-he claims the hit?" ), the night of August 11, when the number of entries in each
recreation department. $2.00 Navy Exchange chit, First prize winner wins a 6,826 jammed Memorial Stadiumas weight class has been deter- ..
Two men moved into the sect while Dorsey -being a civilian, $2.00 credit coupon good on guests of the city in honor of mined.
ond round by virtue of byes. Lt. is ineligible for the first prize, any purchase at the Navy Exchange tobacco farmers and their fam- All hands interested in par-

Paul McCoy, of athletic and recreation and claimed the second prize while the second win- ilies. Harry Raulerson rewardedthe ticipating are urged to call the
and Roland Brown of a'meal chit to the civilian ner gets a chit for a free meal throng by defeating Bruns- Physical Training office at

I. AN (P) School Ship's company. cafeteria. The two were the at the civilian cafeteria. wick, 4-3,.for his eighteenth win extension 593.
11' Other first round winners were only correct answers received. Remember, no answers will against eight defeats and extend- Prizes will be awarded to the
McMenbelle West AO1 of A. O. Answer to last week's quizbe accepted prior to 0900 Fri ing to 25 games the number he top two places in each division -

e Schools who defeated Sullivan of zer, "What pitcher hold the day. has 'started and finished. this sea ; :

Commissary and Ken Doering, son.

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Bowling Play As Drills Toughen

To date fourteen teams have > t
been practicing regularly in prep
aration for play in NATTCenter's F Daily varsity football practices have taken on a new meaning
Bowling League which gets un- ya .. since the issuing of uniforms to prospective Jax Navy gridmtn last

'der way Sept. 17. I' week.

ANP) Ship's Co., A. O. School, 1.L c, Approximately fifty uniforms
Marine Air Detachment, Ship have been issued to squad memo Coach Knickelbine, reporting;
Service, Athletic and Recreation, } bers. The squad having been on the season's prospects, com-
Dental Department, Supply and pared to that number from the mented that the team will be well
Material, Air Fam, A. E. School, b : original 150 candidates presentat euipped, will be in the best pos-
k w
Medical Department, Commis '. T the opening day's practice. sible physical condition, and that
and a WAVE Contingenthave the lads will attempt to put on
sary I a display of football that will bea
been getting ready.
Airman P SchoolShip's credit to the Navy and provide!
Practice will continue until
>' all local fans with a good mixed
.. play starts on the 17th. The price diet of football.It .
will be 15 cents a line, with 10 CompanyAwarded
rents for shoes. j has been announced that the
BM2 in of Jax Navy gridders will once
Gil Mello, charge
the bowling alley, informs all i again participate at the 1951 grid
TS TrophyTeam
clinic which will be held Thurs-
hands that lockers for balls,
day, September 13 at the Gator
shoes and in the
gear are processof
Al Brady Bowl. Jax will
manager ac- Navy stage a
built. The price for a
being the Station Intra-Mural under actual
cepted
scrimmage game
'
locker will be 15 cents a month. '
6. Softball Championship Trophy on conditions.The .
Five players will constitute a
_behalf of Airman Preparatory grid clinic will "kick off"
team, with each team being allowed School Ship Company, from Capt.
... the football season on the local
four alternates. Team 'Lester K. Rice, NATTC com- scene. The purpose of the clinicis
names must be turned into the manding officer, in presentation
to acquaint all local fans wills
Athletic and Recreation depart rx ceremonies last week.
the formations and
exe-
various
ment later than the 14th of:
no S f The red-hot ANP( ) Ship's cution of plays and to illustrate
September. Company softball team coppedthe signals used by officials
. Teams wishing to reserve alleys
may contact Gil Mello or station intra-mural cham- The program will be free. The
Frank Rief daily at the bowling pionship this year with 21 starting time for the clinic hu "
alley. straight wins and no losses for tentatively been set for 2000,

.... the season's tough competition at September 13.
v '" both the NATTCenter and NAS.

Bowling Alleys I READY FOR BODY CLASHES-With the issuing: of uniformsto Won 21 StraightThe S s5-
candidates for Jax Navy's 1951 grid edition "the men will now NATTCenter
league was
be separated from the boys." Three of the aspirants donning: para- composed of two divisions, the Touch FootballAt
Open For Play phernalia for the first time are Joe "Apple" Owens, backfield candidate American and the National. The
; Jim and Dave Wheatley, right,
front, and Games center hard-hitting ANP) student team NATTCenter
who aspire to line berths. was the winner of the National

Plan Sweepstakes League and the ANP) Ship's Begins Sept. 10
Touch Football Volleyball Bowling Company team copped the American
.. The NAS Physical Training League. The two teams battled Competition in NATTCenter'stouch
department has announced the for the crown with the football leagues get underway
re-opening of the bowling alleys Loops Set To Get Underway AT NAS American League winning 3-1 September 10th, with 16
in Building No. 3. Alleyswill for the NATTCenter title. teams vying for the coveted
be open every day from Notification has been made by the NAS Physical Training department The ANP) Ship's Companyteam championship and the right to
2130. that all entries in the 1951 intra-mural program for touch proceeded to play the Na- represent NATTC in the station
1300 to 1700 and from 1800 to football, volleyball, and bowling must be in to the Physical Training val Hospital team, representingNAS. tournament.
The alleys have been com- office prior to 1200 on Friday, September 7. The NATTCenter team won Teams already have taken to
pletely renovated and several It was stressed that no entries three straight to take home the the gridiron for practice.
dozen new balls have been will be accepted after that dead- The shoes are of a special design trophy and the station championship. ANP) School students had
purchased, along with several for use in the game of touch football 65 rousing prospective players
dozen new pairs of bowling line.September 17 has been set as I and have rubber cleats to Perry, Hurl Shine turn out for the first practice.

,i shoes. the tentative starting date for ac- provide better traction for the Woodrow Perry and John Hurl] Also seen working out daily are
Bowling shoes must be wornon tion in all three events. However, runner. Lcdr. Harry Knickelbine, combined their pitching effortsto the Athletic and Recreation, Sup-
the alleys and may be rent it is subject to change, pendingthe Physical Training officer, has announced help take the championship.Perry ply and Material, ANP) Ship'sCo.
ed at the alley for a small fee. outcome of the final organi- that the purchase of the the team's ace pitcher, Aircraft Maintenance end
Both right handed and left zational meetings which will beheld shoes was'made to enable the department helped the 21 win and no loss av- Training Facilities.

oJ handed shoes are available in for the three events at 0930on to standardize the type erage with which the team fin- Nine players will be used per
a variety of sizes. September 11 for volleyball; shoe worn by contestants. ished the season. team this Fall, with 5 linemen
Plans are in the making for 1330 on September 11 for touch Eight Grid Entries George Breen led the hitting and 4 backs comprising the
the holding of a bowling"Sweepstakes" football, and at 0930 on September The PT Department will also attack for the season with a .470 team. Twenty-seven players are
for all military 12 for bowling. have a supply of football jerseys average. Harry Bushell and limited to each roster.
personnel the latter part of this Units that have thus far ex- that will be loaned to the teams CHRELE N. E. Beck also were Any personnel attached to *
month. Present plans call for pressed an interest in participating that are in need of them before regular high batters with each school, division or department
holding it on a Saturday aft- in the intra-mural volleyballplay game time with the jerseys to be over .400 averages. wishing to play touch footballcan
ernoon at approximately 1300.If include NARTU, Overhaul returned immediately after the Other high battery men were get in contact with their ath-
the response to the meet is & Repair, Ordnance and Gun- game is over. Dick Murphy, Dick Beaver, Yogi letic representative or the NAT
sufficient it is expected that the nery, FAW-11, FAETULant, Fas- Teams scheduled to compete in Baldin, Johnnie Adams, Jack TC Athletic and Recreation department
event will become a regular ron-6, Fasron 109, VP-741 and the intra-mural touch grid race Wilson, Coppy Copshaw, and Building 513.
monthly feature. Physical Training.New are Hospital, Dispensary,NARTU, "Gunboat" West, who helped pullup
Entry fee for the "Sweep EquipmentSet Ordnance and Gunnery, Opera- the team's season marks. teams this year. The station bas-
stakes" will be $1.50 and will to enter in the battle for the tions-Photo Lab, FAETULant, This is the second major sport ketball trophy was won by the
be used to cover the cost of bowling crown are teams from Fasron-6 and Fasron-109.. captured by the NATechTraCen Athletic & Recreation team. .

the games bowled and prizes Naval Hospital, NARTU, Over ., yc
awarded. haul & Repair, Ordnance and ',,':"""w" ., ", /};
information be :
Further can
Gunnery, FAW-11, NARTU Marines .
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procured by all interested per- Operations-Photo Lab, '" "
sonnel by contacting either FAETULant, Fasron-6, Fasron-
Chester-T. Neeley or LeRoy G. 109, VP-741, and Physical Train-
Wilson at the bowling alley.
ing.In
order to lessen the possibilities
of injury to the touch grid-

Corry Field men, the physical training depart-
" ment has purchased enough spe-
cial touch football shoes to equip
Cops 6th N D every man with a pair of them.

:: viously had beaten Parris Island,
Softball TitleCorry 5-3. Since Corry downed Parris

Island 1-0, the second loss elim-
Field (NAS Pensacola inated the Islanders.
Auxiliary) upset the dope bucketto Parrls Island won the right to
capture* the Sixth Naval Dis- represent the Southern area by
trict softball; championship, de- coming out on top in a four-way
feating Parris Island in the finalsat battle with NAS, Miami, Green
Chaileston. Cove and Jax Navy PI won four :
Corry, representing the Pensa- of five games downing Green ;
, cola area, entered into the Sixth Cove Bullets in the finals.
J. Naval District playoffs with the Jax Navy dropped its two startsIn 4S 5SS
Islanders, Southern area champsand the meet, falling before NAS
Charleston Zippers, Northernarea Miami, 2-0 and Parris Island, 6-2.
representative. 55
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Corry won the tits* ty .downIng Art llouttcman and Ray Herbert -
Parris IslandVO: in the final teammate on the Detroit INTRA-MURAL CHAMPS, GET TROPHY-Capt. Lester K. Rice, commanding: officer of NATT-
Intra-mural softball championship trophy to Al Brady AMC captain
tr' V Tigers last year and with the Center presents the station
ins the double ..flbatt'on tourney Army this year, recently met In of the Airman Preparatory School Ship's Company team which copped the coveted station title.
o are Lt. Fred Marconi, NATTC welfare and recreation officer; Chief Brady; Captain
lease Left to right
'Charleston was. the first to a da** A series while on and\
Norbutl Beck
NAS welfare and recreation officer CHRELE
;
scoreless In- Rice; Lcdr. Harry Knickelbine,
fall, losiniLZ Utt and 20to Each pitched) three
J NATTC welfare and recreation officer.
Lt. Paul McCoy, assistant
nings.
.- Parrii llllKtn pre I

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(Items offering for sale articles .
of property such as washing machines ; ...

automobiles, furniture, ra.
dios, clothing and the like is );U'o. I ""
hibited by Defense Department "
regulations. This column will, Iambic Farewell I

however, list such other service So now, with seven years run I
....
as available housing, rides wan through the sand ;
ed lost and found articles, another Our redhead, Norma Hendricks, "
similar notices). leaves the place;
FOR RENT And we, who counted her our I "
Single rm. with priv. bath, South good right hand .;. '"
side. Mrs. Frieda Shamlatz, Ph.) Must struggle on alone to fill +
97262. this space.
Will share 3-rm. apt. with gir Two years ago she touched off \"
1233 Belmont Terrace. Apt. No.< wedding bells'f i
1. Eleanore V. Cohen, Ph. 3- Ah, he was hanc.ioome-Norma': .
1048 or 3-4470 before 1700. lucky mate; I
Apts. for rent directly on ocear: Two years since romance '.
low seasonal rent. Mrs. Beckei wrought its mystic spells,
Ph. 5-4487. And now she leaves-to keep a ..

Two 2-rm apts., furn. 5 Points i in tender date.SEPTEMBER.
Riverside. Mrs. Hiatt, Ph. 7- SONG-A coupleof
7882. years ago we wrote in this

}'urn. nn with bath garage Mrs Jll IOI column that March really seemedto
W. H. Moreland 2844 Cheroke I I be the end of the year-that \
Ave.. Ph. 2-0312. COMPLETE: SAFETY COURSE-Certlft for satisfactory completion of the Industrial Saf- it was a month that marked the
Will share home with couple. 304 ety Course conducted at Public Works Department by the Department of Industrial Safety, Florida I I'I end of so many things. In like
College St. Miss Cason, Ph. 2- Industrial Commission, were presented to four Public Works employees by Comdr. Richard L. manner it appears that September
3552. 'I i| Mann, Public Works officer in a brief 'ceremony last week. Some 23 Public Works employees com' I actually is the beginning of !
3 bedrm. unfurn. home. $60 per pleted the course, with arrangements being made to present the course to all supervisory employeesof I II the new year: the whining schoolboy \
mo. 6856 103rd St. Mrs. W. H. I that department. Selected to conduct this training are the four supervisors shown above, receiving creeps like a snail unwilling. '
Feaster, Ph. 2-0689. I their certificates from Comdr. Mann, (right They are, left to right, Luke M. Johnson, James I ly back to school, the Broadway .
Furn. rm. 2312 College St. Mrs; II. Gwymes, Clement F. landers and Lester V. Jtountrte.I and movie season gets underway,
M. Clark, Ph. 7-6249. I I---- --- the sports fans are keyed up for

Single & dble. rms., furn., reas Air Force I PYT. FATBRiyNE the opening kickoff, and the
Mrs. Lee SchUltz, 1447 Avon Army touch of fall in the air stimulates
dale Ave. Ph. 2-5930. i activity in every field. So, heroin

2 duplex efficiency apts., furn Plan ManeuversFor the first week of September,
Ave. Happy New Year.
508 Milwaukee Orang< .
*
Park. T. R. Nelson. I
Share Avondale 5-rm bungalow 1952 NEW NEWS. As mentioned last
Avondale. Mrs. Parker 1362 Early month. Sidelights has nowequipped
Talbot. Ph. 2-3024. I itself with a number of
Efficiency apt., priv. bath. 720( Pine Camp N. Y. (AFPS- reporters whose contribu- II IIcub

Lomax, 5 Points & Riverside, I Joint Army-Air Force maneuvers I tions will certainly be more representative ,. ....
and almost too
here January The
Mrs. Hiatt Ph. 7-7882. I scheduled in holiday was of the Department as
I
7-rm unfurn. flat 627 Edison February under command of the much, but a lot of fun We always a whole than we have been able I
Mrs. Herring, Ph. 43248. First Army, probably will involve 1 welcome a holiday on Mon to provide; in the past. So if
between :20,000 and 35,000 ve a bit of news about Sup-
2 priv. bath apt., 2037 MyraSt. you
rms., day for it gives us a long week- ,
., Apt No. 1, Mr. Condiff. : men.' I plyers, present or ex, which will
2-rm. furn. apt., $40 per month If Congress approves Armed end to really do things up in a j be interesting 'to Jax Air News .

Mrs. Eric J. Larson, 4360 Lex Forces appropriation bills for the big way. I' readers, contact the scribe nearest

ington Ave., Ph. 2-1584. fiscal year, elements of the llth' For one thing, Roy Joyner of you:
FOR SALE I Airborne Division- all of it, if I "Now if you get this ,next one the Trouble Desk, Maintenance, I Merle Cook, Civilian Person.
Riverside Manor, 1503 Pershing possible-as well as a regimental right, we've got a nice little entered his boat "The Thing" m.. nel (8201):! ; Henry Doebbler, Enlisted .
Rd. 2 bedrm. frame, $10.700;; combat team and the Third Armored I prize for you!" the races at St. Augustine last| Personnel (385)); Oretha
takes $2,850 FHA refinancing.I Cavalry Regiment, will ----- Sunday. Roy says "The Thing" i ili Wilkins Control Branch (594));
Lcdr. L. G. Barnard. Ph. 8-9171 participate, together with Air I Zipper-Equipped Bag really The Thing! Clarenceiorter Bettye Lotz, Administrative Division
MISCELLANEOUS I Force fighters and troop carrier of Maintenance is vacationing ((777)); Mary Jo Garvey
Riders wanted -- Lane Ave and aircraft. at Crescent Beach this Accounting (293); Gloria Ger-
Ramona Blvd. to NAS, 0730- The troops will be acclimatedto For Peaceful SleepMore week, Alene Brumbaugh and Sam rard, Disbursing ((365)); Ken
1430. William W. Williams, ext. Pine Camp's anticipated 20 to peaceful sleep has been Fritch returned from their vacations King, South Area (310)); Princess -
328. 30 below zero in January and the predicted for sleeping bag occupants Tuesday. : McDurham, North Area
Passengers wanted Driving to games will take place February in the near future. (451)( ); Peggy Bryan, Traffic e '.

Pittsburgh, Sat. 15 Sept. share 8 to 15.Some. A new, zipper-equipped bag, We were certainly sorry to see ((320). Labor & Equipment will
expenses. Edwin Aronowitz, large enough to admit both Jesse L. Revels of Utilities leave lave a representative assigned
Hangar 124, Shop 5130. Phone words Penny Lee jabberscan She soldier and gun, yet instantly last Friday. Jesse resigned to go this week. *
8383. be understood plainly. operable by a head to toe into business for himself and he
Riders wanted, vicinity South can clearly say her parents' and aluminum fastener in case of will be missed by all his friendsin MISCELLANY. The six door
side & Riverside. Betty King,, brothers' names. However, she attack, has been produced. Public Works. He was instrumental prizes to be given at the dance
ext. 582. can't quite say Penny Lee dis Millions of miles of alumi- in planning the last two omorrow; night, are now on display -
Ride wanted from Springfield,, tinctly. Otherwise, whatever else num wire recently shipped to recreational functions for this and have been all this
0730-1610 Mar- she sounds like a conglom- veek, on the third deck of building -
18th and Pearl, says Korea have provided the troops Department and was a great as-
Hibbert NATTC Bldg. eration of words thrown together.In AFPS 110. The prizes are worth a
garet with the improvement. ( ) set to the Recreation Committee.
512, ext. 8270.Experienced other words it's baby talk ;reat deal more than the small
baby sitter. Mrs. which only babies can under- park an hour or so a day. admission fee. 1 ,
Clifford Wemp of the Key Shop L
:
627 Edison. Ph. 43H8. stand. New car owners: Jack Sharpe,
Herring,
S "You" know," Mrs Bessette said, is on a month's leave and Fred I a Chrysler New Yorker; and
wonderful Murray of Maintenance is on John Colvin, a Fordomatic; both
> Penny Lee enjoys passing many "everyone has been so I
hours of the day sitting in the to us here in Jacksonville. leave this week. James Sumpterof 51's. It's a boy for Kathleenand
Penny Lee shade on the front stoop of her We've received more kind let Maintenance is on leave enjoying Bob Jones, she of Procurement '....
home, 1318 "A" Randolph Street. ters from people who have children a long trip to Washington, . Jean Ramsey of Dis -
with the New York and all through the bursing, left last Saturday for
(Continued from Pag-e'l) And every time a "Main Gate"bus afflicted nearly
the house, Penny Lee same condition as Penny Lee." mountains. I the nation's Capital, where she
Greene performed on Penny Lee passes and at the "Yes," Mr. Bessette added, From Housing it is reportedthat will be married on the 10th to
smiles waves
has been lauded by medical spe- passen "People have been nice to us. So Chief Lou Briggs is backat I Navy Lt. James E. Stevenson.

cialists throughout the nation. gers.Undoubtedly, Penny's favorite nice, in fact, we've decided to his desk after enjoying 15 Catherine Stillman gave Jean a "
also consider the results leave. Wicker tooka
The experts home. days Margie miscellaneous shower August
Jacksonville
plaything is a rag doll, which she make our
of the Captain's" surgery as has named "Susan". Everywhere We're moving into a new homein few days off last week vaca- 13th. which was attended by a ,I
"truly miraculous. I tioning. Kitty Lewis of NAB-6 number of Supplyers.
month.
next
the doll too. Arlington
s Penny goes, goes .
has been vacationing the past I
inseparable Of course, Penny Lee is too
They are compan
Miraculous or not, Penny Lee'sparents young to know much about moving week. British Women's Eyes I II
fondly cherish what they ions.Television from house to another. We are sorry to report the
also Penny one
delights
their package." As death of the wife of Roy J. Adam I
call "prize class Lee. She sit's before the screenin But, rest assured, she'll be justas Have It, Says Expert
aviation machinist mate first s Automotive Mechanic,
and happy in her new home as she .
declared the Bessette living room London (AFl'S)-The eyes of
Bessette :
Mrs. who
Ward and Transportation, passed away
her shoul- is now. i "
"dances" by swinging British women have "it, accord
daughter and we 31."Welcome".
have
"We our August
ders in time with the music. ing to O. D. Rasmussen, who has
4 are thankful for that. else which immensely Mother: "Why are you rollingthe into the Depart-
Something been gazing into women's orbs the
Penny Lee, together with her around?" ment to Dorothy Young who has
Lee is swingingon garbage can
four older brothers, her parents, pleases Penny been assigned to the Contract world over for many years.
Willie "To amuse the baby sit
the in the park west :
swings
Writing in Vision, a magazineof
and a few neighbors, observed her Section Good to see Laurie Ro
of the enlisted housing area. ter"Mother the Association of Optical Prac-
second birthday last Saturday.Mrs. senberg back at his desk after
the mention of swinging has : "Where u she ?
Even
titioners he sizes their in
up eyes
baked huge the week.
Bessette a vacationing past
Willie "Inside the garbage
to One of her :
Penny ready go.
cake adorned with two t the following manner:
birthday -4 5 > I.
brothers usually takes her to the can. have
French-Their eyes a certain -
candles plus a third "to grow. They had been sitting: in the
Since her first birthday, Penny swing in the moonlight alone. No hardness.
Lee has learned to do two things word broke the stillness for half I German-Too staring.
which she never could do before. Facts, Figures On Service Women an hour until"Suppose I American-Too intelligent. A ,

One is sitting up herself; the you had money" she RussianNot. = intelligent enough. iV
other is creeping. Washington, (At'J'SWi said, "what would do?" I -
Penny can be lying flat on the recruiting drives in most of the been commissions set for July 1, 1952.available Y>i- He threw out his you chest, in all : WE'RE WITH YOU( ."' ,

deck. In a moment, she props her services going full blast, here is rect ate the glory of young manhood, and I New York (AFl'.S)-R. O. Zee, A 1.; "
left arm under her and sits up the latest information and fig. for 2,800 qualified women, said "I'd travel!" a hotel investor is circulating a r:. ,.
without any assistance. To creep, ures regarding women in the When the goal is reached the. He felt her young warm hand petition to have all holidays fall :''", :
she extends her body parallel to Armed Forces. Air' Force will have more women slide into his. When he looked vf, on Monday so people could have
the deck and pulls herself forward WAG-AS of April 30, 1951 on active duty than any of she was gone and in his hand a long week-end over the holiday .
the other services due to the
with her arms. She can'tuse active du- was a nickel. period.
there were 11,495 on .
large number of technical positions
her legs. ty. The goal is 30,000 by July
that can be filled
easily
1, 1952 and the quota is 210 Your Jax Air News Home
by women. Send
infant
Walking comes hard for the in ;
week. Recruiting
But at least she per the'O ME X 3IAR1NKS: -Presen i
just yet.
new drive is slightly under ex
strength is 2,213 with classes
mother father '
her
tries. Either or .
that
but it is hoped
pectation,
support her as she makes es at Parris Island accepting .
will pick in the Fall.WAVK FROM ,
her legs move'ever so slightly. up 150 new recruits every five :.
When Penny Lee sits in her -Present strength la weeks. Plans are currently being --y d"t.(' .PLACE...
high chair, a big cheerful smile, 0,751; with a goal of 10,000 ex. considered for expansion ',r' 1:1trC.; : TWO .
which puffs up her rosy cheeks,* petted to be reached by July but none has been announced. /*n & ,*:*:>"CENT .
beams on her face. She then 1, 1952. Present quotas call for SPAR-The Coast Guard reports ":( STAMP
laughs and throws her arms 83 a week with an increase to that there are 15 women TO: --= 7i IWJSEREPage
above her head. Mrs. Bessette explained 132 a week in September. on active duty with no drive
that Penny Lee thinks WAF-Present strength Is 8,. or expansion forthcoming in
she's "so big" whenever she sits 000, but a goal of 42,800 has ,the near future. I

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