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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 20, 1951
Frequency: weekly
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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,.'iI'" :r I For Blood Drive


\ I In response to the nation-wide call for blood donors to replenish

.. a t. gravely depleted stores of plasma desperately neededby

'-.'" fighting men in Korea, military and civilian personnel

""; : I lined up at the Mainside Infirmarv Monday to give blood as
i the local
." 0 campaign got underway. _
First among the volunteers -
many
.' I ;: illustrative of hi
';: ; who were processed inWard | strong are
A of the Infirmary were pospective donors may expect.
., L : r Captain William E. Ken n a, I After registration the two ofiicers
Overhaul and Repair Officer and were weighed, their blood tested,
Commander James II. Arm. and then were assigned the first
strong, Executive Officer of I two collection booths in the
: iefl NAS. group of booths set up that will

Needing 3,000 pints of blood accomodate 24 volunteers per
monthly to meet the local quotain hour.
the Armed Forces Blood Don. 1 As others registered Monday,
\ : or Program, Navy doctors and those volunteers who had already -
,3 Hospital personnel have set upa given, reassured those
regular "assembly line" for I waiting. "There's nothing to it,"

____ __ __3__ __ handling the volunteer donors they said obviously pleased at
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in order to make the maximum the ease with which their donations
THE LINEUP-First group of military and civilian personnel to answer the call for blood in I number of collections daily. had been made. As donors
I I the current Blood 'Donor Drive, lineup to register as donors, as the campaign got underway here 21 Per Hour who had completed the job were
Monday morning All military units in the Jacksonville area will participate at scheduled periodsin I The experiences of Captain given coffee, doughnuts, and
the Armed Forces program to collect 3,000 pints monthly "for fighting men." I I Kenna and Commander ArmFlorida fruit juices they reflected the
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inner satisfaction they felt at
having contributed to the nationwide
I. Necessary Steps I Aj program whose success
I here will mean the lives of inestimable -
j I fighting men overseas.
Outlined For All I To ContinueThe
/
j .... I campaign is by no mean
.. ""r: limited, Captain Early reported,
Qualified Donors -- :;..==00- _.-",.. _... I stressing the fact that it will con
. 'tinue until the grave need for
t. Here's the word on the( I 1VOL-9 No. 25 Naval Air Station, Jacksonville,, 20 Sept. 1951 vital plasma is met. Department
:, of Defense figures released reveal -
Armed Forces Blood Donor ,'" -.--, that collections, prior to the
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, Program, including the quali r rI rI .Hospital WavePurchases I current campaign, had sunk to
,... "" fications and steps necessary s r a3o less than 1.'10 of what is needed
to supply the demands of men in
before giving blood. Two
I I Korea and to build up our dan-
Qualifications for donors are, R gerously depleted reserves to
a$ follows: Be 18 to 59 years old, I\ $1.000 BondsNaval meet future Armed Forces needs.
any race, female or male; weight : Additional statistics bv the Defense -
l "'" at least 110 pounds; have a max- i Department show the vital
. imum temperature of 99 degrees; : Hospital got off to a importance of the use of plasmaon
L and have no active skin diseases. I the battlefield. In World WarI
- flying start with its Defense
The time between donations I I 8 to 11 per hundred men
. should not be oftener than once I 2>. a ylII Bond drive last week, thanksto wounded in battle died, the Defense -

eyerv eight weeks and not more a who purchasedtwo Department stated, in
L.. than five times a year. corpsman I World War II. when the use of
. Some Unacceptable ? $1,000 bonds. plasma really came into its own,

! Persons injected with serum Helen E. Stophel, HM2., helped the number of deaths was reduced -
for immunizations or infections sr I to auspiciously launch the Hospital to 4.5 and in the Korean
are acceptable under these con. I drive when she bought the conflict the proportion of deaths
ditions: Rabies, acceptable 2 I two bonds I has been reduced to an all-time
low of 2,6 hundred.
after the last treatment;; I per
years With her $2,000 purchase, the Via Plane
Shipped
Smallpox, acceptable two weeks ; I
,
i entire Hospital joined the nationwide
The use of plasma in the front
after healing of vaccination: all I
drive inaugurated on
i lines and later transfusions of
other immunizations, vaccina Labor Day when President Truman I
whole blood in evacuation
areas
tions, and injections, two weeks appealed to the nation for ,
has been credited officials
"W--\ by as
after last injection.Of 100 per cent participation to aid the prime factor in reducing the
course, there are several in stabilizing economy and com- death toll.Please .

diseases and conditions a historyof &. bat rising inflation I, ( Turn to Page 6, Col. 2)
which will render a donor un ,
-- Noting the fact that Defense I
will be =capt. William E--Ke: : Overhaul and Repair
acceptable. These factors FIRST DONOR Bonds are the best savings in the
determined at the blood center, I officer, takes it easy while Navy Nurse, Lt. (j jg) Olga Segin world, Helen remarked "Now we : Construction Of
In these dis. blood before drawing a pint blood-first to ;
: however. general, j takes his pressure have our money safe and ready
. .. eases and conditions include tuberculosis be given in the Armed Forces Blood Donor program which began to use as a down-payment on our
I Y severe asthma, sto here Monday.! I, home when we settle down." Jet Maintenance'
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fever
,
mach ulcers, rheumatic
: bright's diseases- and high blood I my"The husband money," she really explained.belongs"It's to :

l pressure.Don't Defense Bond Campaign I his mustering out pay." Clyde Shop Begun HereThe

../ Go HungryIt I Stophel, HM2 received a discharge I
is neither necessary nor de. E early this month. He was steel structure of a new
sirable to report to the Blood I recalled to active duty last year. I 375;:8j foot jet maintenance
. Center hungry. But i't is extremely Gets i shop is under construction at
Helen hails
\ important that donors do not Underway MondayConsiderable I also a reserve the Naval Air Station in the
from Troy, N. Y. She was recalled
.. eat the following types of food to active duty in December I area of the big hangars on
for at least four hours prior to enthusiasm has been whipped up in the intensive 1950. She reported to Naval Albemarle St.
blood Fats oils I The building, when completed
giving : grease Defense Bond campaign among civilian employees who begin their Hospital, Jacksonville where she
f. -1' :ream, eggs, meat, soup mayonnaise drive Monday Sept 24 in an effort to boost participation in the met and married Clyde in June. probably next May, will be
stories in height, of gal-
I cheese, or any other food two
r containing fat.Prospective Bond program. Mrs. Stqphel's date of dischargeis bestos siding, and will contain
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I' donors are advised I Department r e p r esentatives. scriptions.- indefinite, but at the present 325 tons of steel. Cost of the
'. who were reminded that the NAS time the couple's plans are to structure is estimated at $712-
to eat fruits, bread, crackers is 57 All representatives who have
I jam, jelly, cereals, black coffee participation at present per I been selected to make the per- settle in Jacksonville permanently.
I a or tea with sugar if eating cent as compared of 65 to the cent Navy, met ov- sonal contacts have been issuedU. Clyde is from Bristol, Tenn. I 000.The building will be used to
.
I is necessary before a blood doe erall average their per plans. I S. Treasury Shields bearingthe I Helen entered the Navy in I, maintain jet engines, with more
. nation. yesterday to map inscription "U. S. Defense December. 1944, and remained in than 500 personnel of Fleet Air
\ -e" ,: I' Each representative fired a Agent," signifying that they are I the Naval Reserve after her discharge -II Service Squadron Six perform.
7 challenge at the other to the effect (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 1)) in June, 1947. ing the work. I
C Weather Outlook that his particular depart -- y
ment would go all-out to attain '-'- '

t ,5:7: The weatherman at Aerology: the highest aboard percentage the station.of participation .>< .- : ; .\;;;::.: ::i :
:
..: .1 ,.; paints a much cooler picture for :. .. :
;; ',,'/, the coming week-end with rain Set High Goal ,.
. ','I accounting for most of the cooler Employees will be shooting at = F
;,'-"" atmosphere. a possible 90 per cent over-all '
I';: Friday-Showers and warmer. station enrollment. If the entire i r--- /14'- ., .
t ,::.' Southerly winds.SaturdayCloudy. station can attain a 90 per cent

!. ,.... with rain, participation in the Payroll Savings II .,. 4_
.' Cooler. Shifting winds. Plan, the station stands
f, t: ;' Sunday-Clearing and cool. chance to receive a Minute.Man-1
.'1,..; ,+ -- Northeast winds. Honor-Flag which
I sented by the '
a Treasury. This, of course, is a' ,,
Phew distinct honor and very few activities I y '* I
< in the Department of Defense i 2 2AT' [
Il this
accorded
Officers-of-the-pay do have have been
I
I a sense of humor Here's a honor.
!, unique report made on Sept. 13 Military and civilian personnelwill :
) be individually polled to enable I
at NAS.
everyone to take advantageof
' .. From: Officer-of-the Day the Defense Bond Payroll Savings -
To: Executive Officer Program during all of next : .j

,1 Subject: Unusual Occur- week. S. _______
rence, report of Agents Selected
1. Mrs. Reed of 1315 A Alle- The department attaining a 90 ,
gheny reported children chased per cent average of participationwill
skunk under her house. be presented an elaborate .
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2. Apparently skunk was lithograph of Man the bronze beside statue an un-of TAKING FORM-Up goes the first of six 3!/".ton trusses forming the steel structure of the :
t frightened. the Minute I the The two-story building, estimated to cost about
The lithograph will new jet maintenance shop near Hangar area. .
t'> 3. Phew t be furled framed flag.and bear pertinent in- I $712,090, will contain shops equipped to repair all types of aircraft engines, ,

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Seek For
4.-.L -- .,.-r" Applicants Prep Scholarships


I' Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air .
Station. Jacksonville. FU.
\ NAS, JacksonvilleCapt. Naval Maneuvers
To Next
Douglas T. Day Commanding Officer Begin Month

t, Comdr. James H. Armstrong._.. u u ..... '.__' ?,__, __ .Executive Officer (By Armed Forces Tress Service). and Air.
h Lt. Gordon D. Walker___.__.............Public Information Officer .0 The Society of Sponsors of the U. S. Navy Is Army ...

Fleet Air Jacksonville seeking applicants for scholarships paying fora A Military Police Association membership
r Rear Adm. Osborne B. iTarjjgnn ___,Commander
year's preparatory study towards entrance in which is open to military personnel, enlisted
Capt. Alien Smith Chief of Staff into the U. S. Naval Academy. Each year the and commissioned all services, as well as civilians

Fleet Air Wing Eleven Society provides such scholarships for sons of interested in various phases of law enforcement

r C pC. Jesse S. McClure _.-..._........-...._._.._...,...._. .__.. Commander deceased Navy and Marine Corps personnel the work, has been organized at the
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton_ ____Chief Staff Officer awards being based on financial need scholastic Provost Marshal General Center Camp Gordon,

p Naval Air Technical Training Center standing, aptitude and character. Ga. :MaJ. Gen. Edwin P. Parker, Provost Marshal 1
Capt. Lester K. Rice _-__ ...-. Commanding Office Applications may be made through the Navy General is honorary president.

Comar. John A. Gamon Jr. ....._.'......................._..... Executive Office I Relief Society, its auxiliaries, or to the Chair *
r Naval Hospital man of the Scholarship Committee, Mrs. Jennings Col. Wayne C. BranJstndt Editor-in-Chief of

Capt. Dwight J. Wharton_Commanding Officer Bailey Bailiwick Farm, RFD No.1, the U. S. Armed Forces Medical Journal, will

Capt. Guy E. Stahr_Executive Officer Rockville, Md. represent the medical services of the Army, .
Navy and Air Force at a meeting of the World
r NARTU Besides tactics and warfare techniques the Medical Association'! scheduled at Stockholm,
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp Commanding Officer
Air Force tested a streamlined mail delivery Sweden in September.
___Executive Officer
Comdr. Trusso
Anthony
the concluded Exercise
system during recently .

Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration "Southern Pine.." The system worked so efficiently The 58th Strategic Weather Reconnaissance -
building. Phono extension 8184. that Ninth AF members, stationed in
o' Squadron, USAF recently completedits
f Editor-Andrew H. Planey: remote places in the pine-wooded area sur- 500th observation flight over the North
Staff Members: Terry Ziegler, SA; Gerald Hynes SN; Mary rounding Fort Bragg, N. C., received individual Pole from its Alaskan Base.
Bixiones, SN. mail almost as quickly as if they were in town: .
The JAX AIR NEWS Ii Ushed weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station The system was installed and supervised by
Jick onvlli )Florida and printed commercially with non-appropriated funds Lt. Col. Joseph J. Shaeffer, a postal inspectorin Air Force Selection Board will meet on or
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35, Rev. civilian life. The basis was an elaborate locator about Nov. 5, 1951: to recommend officers for
'OV. 1919.: Copies are distributed tree ot) charge at the Naval Air Station, the
Ktval Air Reserve Training Unit Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field and file on each participating unit. promotion to the permanent. .grade of major.
the U. S. Naval Hospital. *
The JAX AIR NEWS If a member of the Armed Forces Press Service The Army Quartermaster Corps has streamlined The Navy's annual war games held In the
AFPS mater lal appearing In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe
written, permission of Aimed Forces Press Service. Republication of other its system of shoe sizing for the Army Atlantic and Caribbean areas will commence
matter, except by service publications, U prohibited without permission of! and Air Force by establishing five widths instead next month and continue into November. Emphasis -
Editor JAX AIR NEWS. of the previous ten. The result ....ill.&av. .this ;)year will be placed on minelaying

storage space, reduce warehouse operation1 ana minesweeping training.a .
I
Defense Bond I and simplify manufacturing processes. Also, .
less paper work in submitting footwear requi- Marine Corps has directed commanding
(Continued from rage 1) sitions is required. officers to recommend Regular and Reserve en-

participating in the drive to enroll listed men on active duty for appointment as
employees in the payroll savings Congress has passed and sent to the White second lieutenants :Marine Corps Reserve.

0, plan. Representatives who House legislation providing that distinctive Within quota limitations, the Corps expects to .
enroll at least 65 per cent of persons marks or insignia will not be required on offer the best qualified Reserve appointees of "

he contacts will be given a uniforms of the U. S. National Guard, both this group Regular. commissions within a year.
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Navy Shield.

.r To the knowledge of officialsof r
Y Scouts Enter
Week-Snd
this activity there has been .
no major activity in the Bureauof '

Aeronautics who has receivedthe New Phase
Minute Man. Honor Flag for
?0 per cent attainment. WinqTatk Notes

Should NAS Jacksonville be Fire WorkBoy
able to reach 90 per cent participation from tin
the publicity, both local ,
and nationwide would be tremen. -r Scouts, whose aim to per-

,. dous. NARTUVS741 form one good deed daily will

The present drive here is in get a good workout during Fire
"" keeping with the nationwide
Prevention week Oct. 7-13 are
drive being conducted during the The success of the two week's made this month for examina- putting in serious study on the
months of September and Octo. annual cruise formed the chief tions ,
to be taken at the next -
causes of ordinary fires and how
ber. A bond drive has been sched-
s topic of conversation as VS-741 I
led once each quarter by the gathered for its regular monthly drill date. to prevent them.Instructions .
a *
Commanding Officer in order to drill last weekend.
are coming from
r keep the particination rate at Everyone seemed to agree that During the past month R. E. members of the NAS Fire De-

NAS Jax at a maximum.. the cruise was one of the most MacDonald was notified by Bu- partment, which is incorporating

k.a pleasant, profitable and stimulating Pers that his promotion to AMSC members of NAS Troop 131 into
experiences in which the its week-long program plannedto
DIVINESERVICES had been approved. lie is busy
squadron had ever engaged.A eliminate every fire hazard
creditable attendance mark receiving congratulations from aboard the station. The Scouts

was set in that 76% of the enlisted his fellow-squadron members. will make a survey of all Navy

personnel, and 78% of the Another advancement approvedwas I housing during the week, and .
officers in the squadron were housewives are asked to ,. ,
coop-
AT THE STATION CIIAPELS that of H. M. Heminger to
present for the fourteen days.A erate by answering questions put
Protestant splendid average of 47.4 ADE1. The new first classman to them by the junior fireman.

I C830-Morning I Services, All- hours of flight per pilot was passed out cigars in honor of the Meanwhile Scoutmaster William .
Saints Chapel. achieved during the cruise. This event. Bessette and Capt. William

0915-Naval Hospital ChapeL t was made possible by the fact In order that there may never S. Owens of the Fire Department, "" .
l 0930-Sunday School Small Cha- 3 that the maintenance crews under -
,,ilea +raw .. be a dull moment, the squadronCO are conducting a joint programon
the direction of Chiefs Murphy
peL I I Lt. Kincaid how to recognize a fire haz-
Harry announced
1045-All Saints ChapeL HOME: !"He's home"-That's Weatherby and Hamilton
that ard, what to do about and howto
I i a "warm-up" inspectionwill
the feeling uppermost in the kept the planes rolling. .
Catholic be held control a resulting blaze or at
minds of this in on Saturday morn ,
Navy family
0330 and 0930-Mass, St Ed- reunion, following his return, The plane-availability figurewas ing during the regular drill in least turn in an alarm.

F ward's Chapel. from sea. Manuel Ramos avi- announced as 94% for the October. The uniform is to be Fire Chief Donald R. Moran is
0930-St. Edwards' Chapel (Cate- tion radioman, is fondly greeted training period. The performanceof dress blues, and all ribbons worn leaving no stone untouched this
chism Class). by his wife on his return the entire squadron during the must be of the new narrow type year in his plans for an observance
1030-Mass, St. Edward's ChapeL to lax: from the Mediterranean cruise earned a "well-done" from and ribbons must be worn. In that should leave no one in
0645-Mass at Hospital ChapeL. with Squadron VP-861. the commanding officer of NAR- line with usual VS-741 performance doubt of what to do to prevent

Mormon Awaiting an introduction to a ru, Capt. Raymond N. Sharp. all hands are expected to costly fires that every year des-
fr Wednesday-1930-at Small ChapeL father she has never seen, is Advancement and the 'prospects be on hand and to present a troy millions of dollars worth of

Anita Fay, 3-1/2 months, who of! advancement continue to interest smart appearance. property and take many lives. ", ..
Christian Science was born while Manuel was at most of the squadron mem- ,

f., Tuesday-2000-at Small Chapel. sea. ber!. Recommendations are being" ,. .
NC F awe.i
: lih/-Paris/ Rome, London, Berlin, Ankara t d.


If' Crews Of VP-861 Paint Vivid Picture Of Med Cruise __ -i ; -! -' v



"Although we worked hard If It "'al>n't feasible to land at bicycle may have been the modeof YY.
t. operating with the Sixth a naval facility or there was not transportation. d.
.
Fleet, it was like having a one available the P2V's used 4. a .
I armed force landing sites. Each nation's cuisine was sam- ras. '.
$50,000 tour offered to us and
oJ pled and commented upon, and of
Among the ports visited were
+ still getting paid for it, said course if you had the money the
f, London, Berlin, Paris Rome Na- .. _
Lcdr. Audia M. Boarth, flight ples, Ankara Pisa and Tunis justto old reliable steak and eggs were : ra' O rk
officer for VP-8G1 which has name some of the larger ones. available. y ,t"
Even to men who had been over
just returned from the Mediterranean Each new country encountered
,
before, this trip was an eye opener
t after a four-month brought new and interesting developments for never before> did they have

;': tour of duty. to the modern day the opportunity to see so many
Gullivers. Monetary matters com- ?
After arriving at their destination places.
plicated proceedings with the cur-
For their participation in the
in the Mediterranean area, rate fluctuating terrificallyin # $
rency various operations under the Sixth
i crews were informed that weekends each locale.
Fleet Vice Admr R. B_ Carney
r would be available for hops One day the dollar would be
'. gave the entire unit a "Well
to different sections of Europe. worth 15,000 Greek drachma the Done..
f' The most was made of the opportunity next it would take $3.40 to make I .
and personnel saw cities .
one English pound.Transportation
f and countries that are not usually a Odds Are 2 In 16,000 aj /

included in a cruise itinerary. was another re Indlantown Gap, Pa. (AFrS- t4 ,

t Those who had relatives on the I versal. In Paris the visiting Americans The second WAC to be perma- SCOUTS PITCH IN-Members of Boy Scout Troop 131 are I j
continent were permitted to take would get into the French nently stationed at this post has briefed by Capt. William S. Owens of the Station Fire Department *
leave and in cases where religious Metro equivalent of an American arrived here-to no regret of on the use of a fire extinguisher in putting out small blazes.
!Pi fetes or celebrations were in progress subway and get to their destination some 16,000 soldiers. Capt. Elea- Scouts are devoting their time this month to learning all about 1
t that portion of the crew: quickly In Italy It may have nor W. Champion of New York fires and fire hazards, preparatory to making a survey of hous-
which could be spared and wanted been a horse-drawn carriage which City,has been assigned to the Ad- ing aboard the station/ to determine how well safety measures ,,
in t to go, were permitted. would take all day In England a jutant's office. are being employed.r t 3.d.



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Station y Sport Sampler Offers $34



Dialogue l Jti Worth of Fun for Only $2A

novel bargain in which Naval Air Station service and civilian

("Station Dialogue" provides an personnel may attend or participate in some 20 recreational: and
opportunity for military and civilian ,rwK sports events, which total $34.70 in admissions, Is being made avail-

personnel of NAS to voice able beginning today, for just $2.00.

their opinion on a question put The huge entertainment value ia i Price l.owerl'ldIts

to them by a Jax Air New re- being made available in the form I 50 admissions and $31.70 In en-

-y porter.) t of a booklet called the "SportSampler" tertainment, sells normally for
The booklet will be on novel
$2.23, but publishers of the
Today' question 1st "What do sale for a week beginning today introductionoffer
are making a special
consider the greatest moiyou ('\ at Mainside, I
you \ at Navy Exchanges of $2.00 to local service and
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have ever seen? NATTC, Naval Hospital, Cecil civilian personnel. Tickets are
S S Field and Green Cove Springs
until December
good for activities listed -
Louise Bragg, Transportation: Naval Station. 1951.

I "If awfullyhard 50 Admission Here's the list of events, with
. 1 to decide A rare bargain indeed, the admissions in parenthesis: Foot- f
j "Sport Sampler" is a 25 page ball games played by Robert E.
which movie Is
booklet which contains passes of Lee Landon, and Andrew Jack-

best for I've admission: to many sports and son High ((1); Amusement rides,
seen quite a recreation activities in the Jack- Griffin Park (3) ; Movies, Air Base
few that I real- 1r+ wz sonville area Most of the admis- Drive-In ((2)) ; Beach Drive-In ((2));
But sions are for more than one per- Oceanway Drive-In (2); and Ri-
enjoyed.
ly son, totaling 50 in all. bault Drive-In (2)); Swimmingpicnicking ,
"-"" I guess Gone Included in the 20 .admission
;;U-- z (3) ; Bowling (12);
With l The Wind" is still my favor- > book are passes to three local high Wrestling (6)); Boxing ((3)); DancIng -

I ite." _,.........-.. ,_ 1 school football games, tickets for (4)) ; Auto Service (5), and
dancing and meals, movies, boxing Horse-back Riding ((3)). I
Parachute DRIVE-IN DRINKS SERVICE-Offering convenience to customers wrestling, bowling and other
Mike Spisak, PRAN, the new curb drive-in service drink counter has proved recreational activities including j I IJI'rio'irc'
Loft: "I've seen popular with many station personnel since it opened two weeks horseback tiding" I (>!"ureWorkers I

lots of movies, ago. In the picture, John T. Crotty, AD, holds open the trunk The "Sport Sampler" with all
door of his car as Ernest Belanger, SIISN, places a case of drinksin
sinceI
especially the trunk. The drive-in facility, located in front of the Laundry On
came into the Building 106, sells beer and soft drinks by the case-all popular Sunday SchoolTo
Navy and I us- brands. The counter is open from 0800 to 1630 Monday through

ually have Friday. Commence Building Job



.. trouble remembering titles-, Blue BOlon Hudson September 23 Donate Blood

but x did really
Spisak Chaplain Robert E. Elliott of Word really gets around I
the Naval Air Technical Training
enjoy the one about the para- Employees of the George D.
troopers in the last war: atUe- Center School, has will announced be conducted that Sun-at Auchter Company, working on

ground'.** To Ploy For mincing day Building 751 on September 23rdat construction of the new Jet
maintenance shop, heard of the
O&R 0930 to 1030, Building 751 is located -
Grady A. Jackson, AA, : Armed Forces Blood Donor Pro-
.. favorites of in the next seven days. between the Catholic and
dancing
"Actually I have two Six days gram being conducted at NAS
Protestant
nd it would almost be necessaryto That, is on the agenda for personnel of the Naval Air An estimated chapels. one hundred and immediately "wanted in".

flip a coin to place them.first 'Mir-with Station and the Naval Air Technical Training Center, beginning children from all activities on the A quick roll call resulted in

:le of the Bernadette'Bells' comes running a tonight when Dean Hudson and his orchestra play athreenicrht station will attend the opening a 100 per cent response which
Song of A mixed group, both officers was forwarded for approval to
.. very close second.. stand here. and enlisted have volunteered to Comdr. James H. Armstrong,
.
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Monday will i begin the three Executive Officer of the station. '
Well-known fans in the teach the classes. Several Navy
among
Training
Lt. Robert \V. Dosien. night stand of Blue Baron and I Since the is set to
NATTC: I Jacksonville area, Dean Hudson and Marine wives have also vol program up
of AOA) School, the sta
Officer, his famous orchestra on will open his stay tonight at a unteered. include military personnel and
"I've seen many Lion The MGM recording star dance in NATTC Auditorium. He Coloring materials, modeling civilian employees of military
and his band will play for i a books and other establishments, the unexpected
fine movies in will play for a dance at Mainside clay, picture ,
dance at Mainside Auditorium or Auditorium Friday night, and one items of interest to children I action of the :34: workmen created -
the past years Monday evening, NATTCenter Auditorium -I at the "O" Club Saturday night. have already arrived. There will something of a dilemna.
on Tuesday evening, and be regular Sunday School classes A happy solution to the prob-
and have never Baron Here Next Week
the "O" Club on Wednesday eve held for the teen agers and bible lem was reached when it was
Distinctive stylings of "Musicof :
given muchthought ning. classes have been scheduled for decided that since the 31 were
Yesterday and Today" distin-
the adults. employed on a Navy contractat
to Baron's from other
guish playing I Equipment for the Sunday a Navy base, they could be
bands of the nation. Knowing
-
'. to which was top School has already been purchased counted in this case as civilian
the public wants melody in All children and parentsof employees.
the best but
Dosien music, he strived in keeping his
the Jacksonville Navy areas .
Wind' to music mellow sweet mixtures of 1
Gone With The seems ,
are most cordially invited to attend
have stuck in my memory most A nostalgia and swing. Gray Lady Corps eA <

vividly." Top Performance Chaplain Robert E. Elliott of To Meet Sept. 27
*
In his appearances here, Baron the NATTCenter Chapel will
Laverne Jones, Ship's Service: will feature some fine vocalistsand head the Sunday School. This The first fall meeting of the

don't attend singing groups in his band. event will inaugurate the fall Gray Lady Corps will be held
: Among the vocalists will be Betty session. Thursday, September 27, at 1030
movies very Cuzzin Geff Mims of the Work Clarke, Johnny Goodfellow, in the lounge of the Officer's
and there- Measurement Section went buz- I I Jimmy McDonald and George No- be missed by all his fellowworkers. Club.
zin with Harry last week return lan. Harmonized songs will be Dub Faglie of Contract was All members are urged to attend -
''1{ L."I I don't 'ing from Washington over the sung, by The Three Blue Notes. called into active duty last week both meeting and the lunch
myself weekend. Geff sez he and Harry and we hope it won't be a long which will follow. Reservations
'
had several big "pow-wows" over the T. V. shows. We understandthat stay. can be made by calling extension
good judge I. the anticipated raise for Government Bart Dockrell who is a mem- Maintenance reports Clifford 8119. _
t I did think employees. I ber of the Seminole Canoe Club Wemp is back from his vacationand .

-Jones" that 'Samson I However, Harry misunderstood was a judge in the Canoe races says it was really fine Her- 1st. Wave: "I hear you call your

and Delilah' was pretty terrific," Geff's mission (so says Geff) for Sunday. bert Nelson, Planning and Estimating boy friend Pilgrim."
we notice by all the papers that is off on leave this week.Lt. 2nd. Wave: "Yes, every time he
the Postal Employees are all We are sorry to report that Fred H. Williams, Maintenance calls: he makes a little progress."

Office Staff getting a raise and ours is still Florence Brown of Maintenance Superintendent, and family
Legal anticipated.Geff is still on sick leave and hope I went to Sanford over the week- their home over the weekend.
she will be on the road to recov- end. James Sumpter is back from George is a driver for Transpor-
Member NATTO conference left Harry Friday and night his gangin and ery soon Jimmie Harrison of the his trip and says he had a won- tation. Congratulations to Walter
a and to Georce.
continue Records Section is in St. Vincent's derful time.
they advised they would We extend our sympathy to
hear
Hospital and we hope that I From Transportation we
WeekCharles Monday morning-so if the Pos- she will be back at her desk that Althea Hicks had an enjoyable the 703 odd employees of the Na-
Sailor Of
tal employees get another raise,, shortly. weekend in Miami. WalterS. val Air Station who will take the

it's all Geff's fault Alec Vaughan of Procurement Moyer, CD1 took the fatal step supervisory examination being
O. Platt, YN1. of the From all we hear there was a has transferred to the position of I over the weekend. George Keene held Saturday morning by the
Naval Air Technical Training lot going on in Panama City over Chief Clerk. Cecil Field and will and wife had a new arrival in Civil Service Commission.
Center Legal Office, has been the weekend during the Shrine
chosen Blue Jacket of the week Ceremonial Those attending
at NATTC I from Maintenance were Frank TV SHENANIGANS

During the three times that he : Nettles and Jim Gwynes and wife ry Green, ISMG3, of NATTC-
has been on active duty in the also Tom Cowan and wife. public information office,
Navy, he has had duty in a hotel ; swaps gags with Ken Bal-
in Boston, participated in the D- Bess.Nail of Housing says her tinghous, left during a recent 4
Day attack at Normandy, been hubby must have had a good WMBK-TV program for
stationed at Harvard Universityand time for he spent all day Sunday which the Center providedthe
is now at the Naval Air resting up. And while we are studio audience. Promi-
Technical Training Center. speaking of Bess, we understandthe nent in the program was an
.. appeal for cooperation in the
Housing Office had a wiener I
Charlie entered the Navy on current Armed Forces Blood
January 17, 1942, and was sent roast at the Nall home in Orange Drive. r

to Newport, B. I. for boot camp. Park last week.. It was a nice get- ... .
Charlie found to ,leis surprise together for Bart Dockrell, Mar '
:
.,.. that the Machinist's Mate and gie Wicker, Bowie Quinto, Chief TT : .:;;.; ,
and Chief Billy Har-
j Radioman School was located in Lou Briggs .
! the Hotel Somerset! in downtown kins and wife.
Boston. They caught about 12 or 15
I I *. crabs and cooked them on the

He had always pictured the Barbeque pit and had a good

I Navy: jobs aboard ship, so that meal in the open. Later in the
when%he reported to the hotel evening they enjoyed watchingFor

! and found that he was assigned most Navy men this would
. the billet as assistant to the. executive complete their Naval service, but, '

.i officer, he was well following the adage of "The S ur we : :.. 48

I pleased. third time's a charm", he was a?} okY
again recalled to active duty in
i He was discharged to inactive
duty for the first time at the January, 1951.
j 1 Separation Center, Boston, Mass. This is where the Naval Air
recalled to ac- Technical Training Center comesin
d Two years later,
tive duty he landed at Harvard along with Charlie. Since being 0
University Charlie was attachedto recalled in January, he has V

the NUOTC Unit there as yeoman been stationed here in the Legal 4
and assistant instructor. Office as Court Reporter.





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'Colored Workers r ".



Breezing Around 0& R Schedule Annual



Social EventThe

Inspection Group Items
The rumble of tramping feet annual social event for thestation's

heard in the vicinity of the Main colored civilian em-
ployees> has been scheduled for
Inspection office for the past few
September 28 at the Two Spot _
days is not the Navy on Parade.It .
Night Club at Moncrief Road and
,
is applicants for the positions .
45th Street. <
of within the O&R De-
Inspector
The Committee for this affair
partment. has endeavored to plan this
Inspection aspirants for '. dance in order that all employees
vancement to pay grade E-3 attending may have an enjoyableand
showing signs of late i / f pleasant, evening.

hard study these days. Serious 1 consideration was ..
gers Lavein M. Lee, AA, given this year to the possibilityof
Frederick R. Szuch, AA, f : having a picnic. However, be-
reached the mumbling stage, cause of the high cost of food and
we strongly suspect that because funds which would be

.. Szuch's pocket is a "labbit's I granted by the Employees Asso- .
We're keeping our fingers ciation for this annual affair .
for the boys. I would not be sufficient to cover

The "Welcome Mat" Is .-- -""""" ., .. ..t.tr cost of a picnic, it was determined -
again for jack E Kilgoie, to conduct a Post Beach
TRAINING First
lAP). Chief Kilgore Ball without charge to em-
is an inval-
from Fasron 9 at Cecil Field. ployees.
of good Indoctrina- *
I
is married stop looking )
Roche ADI in

Should the Committee have
and makes his home in
ville. The Chief will be ( ) attached to the decided on the picnic, it is pointed -
3802 from out, it would have been neeI .
the test pilots and is a
in Building 168, I I essary to have employees supplei .
to the Flight Test Inspection
vision. Welcome also to sure his students re- i ment the funds appropriated by
i
latest info. They are r: i the Employees Association. Minimum -
Patricia Askew and Mrs.
I ( ) Walter McNair, $ I I.
each
payment by employee
Gignac into our Group. I
"
Bulsby ADZ and .
,
would have been $1.50. '
Mrs. Askew, a former emplo I AN. The Committee js very anxiousto '
(and so pretty), has been that lever low hold a picnic and every attempt
signed to the Assembly and ," is the warning will be made to have suchan
pair and Equipage, Finish I AMI (right) event next year provided
Flight Test Inspection while check funds would be made availableto
Offices. Understand the out on the Pan cover cost of the affair
ate very ejection system. .
happy.F
attentively are (left i4IL: It is planned to engage Baron

Blonde Airs ilgnac blew Minton, AOU- __ __ McCloud and his band to pro-
from the Canal Zone (the pep I ; Bibb, AN and Tom vide the music for the dance.

gal has, we've always heard (seated). Por/ntfe SclwolMobile Arrangements are being completed .. ...
got lazy down that way) for either an amateur con.
giving the Supply and Program I test featuring vocalists, tap dan
Plant Inspection Division cers and other similar talented
all her time. Current Jet Training Unit t persons or, if posible, a regular

From his recent promotion professional floor show to pro ,., .
Lieutenant Commander, we vide entertainment during the
for Blood
to congratulations to 1 evening.The .
say
H. Ihelan, Assistant! for donors in the Briefs 120 Students Daily cooperation and support of
Officer Chief Raymond drive, four men all employees are needed to
Woolley is on vacation and appeared on. make this event a success and if
too, chose Jacksonville Beach I Tucker Navy Show I such support and cooperation is
An impression that Bar- have achieved task rendered as in the past this affair
a place for rest and relaxation. morning.! The pro groups their
Process and Accessories over Radio Sta 'num and Bailey were on the in an amazingly efficient man I could undoubtedly be the best

\ tion Division Supervisor, I loose might be gained by ner. One well 'traveled unit has I ever

E. McAllister, and family AOC, and Larry watching Naval Air Mobile set up shop on various of the I I
their vacation days in represented the Unit Detachment Pacific Islands, in Japan, at Coco
Md. He especially recalls Information off I Training i Solo, inside the U. S., and is now held.'I
3802 on the move from one in the Atlantic I I
pleasure their return home by )' Riley, AFC, rep- serving area.
new "Skyline Drive" and the Airman Preparatory I station to another but once Detachment 3802 was organized !-I
ploration of the LuRay \' ourth man, John the unit sets up shop and be- to handle indoctrination

Heartiest congratulations represented the NA- ; gins operation, it is easy to problems on the Panther and ]
extended to Mrs. Helen M. )' I utilizes its 20 panels to give the L
the for whatit SALTY HUMOR FROM
former Chief Clerk of the b the Naval Air recognize group instruction a first hand and prac-
spection Department. We Center, the is-an exceptionally efficient tical aspect. HERE AND THEREA

stand that she has received a 1)p with Anchors I portable school. An average of seven days is

I cetn promotion to GS-7 in Riley then cited NAMTU Detachment 3802 is the required for each student to be : "I think that guy's a painin I
Office Methods Branch. of blood the nation "
mobile jet training group, which processed through his particular the neck. I
We want to say how happy with Cheif .Saxon arrived here August 26 and is phase and it would take one per- B: "Well, I have a lower opinionof I .
I are' to hear that William D. I primary mission of currently carrying out its program son four and one-half weeks to him, myself."
Power Plant is the .,
broadcast.
Inspection
on of indoctrination on the complete the entire set-up. Both r
I covering nicely from a recent I need for blood 'Panther jet in Building 168 and rated and non-rated men and Pastor: "T morl'ow night the
ged opel'atlon.L out by Kiser, who Hangar 116. I officers from squadrons with jets Chapel will have a chicken dinner
Many and varied are the action in Korea. A and those slated for 'stovepipes'attend You
I and revival meeting. are
When the the NAM. a
on move
that have been told about Inchon Landing, the classes.
all invited to come In for a wing
M. Cole's hunting : the entrapped Fifth TU detachment is headed by several ,r t ,
Aids In Problems
'The real thriller (we even at the Chosan brightly colored vans carry and a prayer.
over our shoulder) was the ing the 20 'mock-ups' used in the I Not only does it give men the *

Cole was bare, hunting-er, the program with classwork and is complementedby information necessary for proper Ex.soldierpu know, work
cuse, bear hunting and one to all servicemen a number of cars, trailers and maintenance of the Panther Is the only thing that matters in
grisley chased him back into to donate blood as trucks belonging to NAMTU in- f aircraft but it helps officers to the world. It's the backbone of
correctly fill out their discrepancy -
structors. [ I American industry. In honest labor -
and he had his gun. The often as they POSSi- I' sheets and aids them in
Come on Massa Cole: tell us 18 Sister Groups 1 minor man finds his only satisfaction -
solving problems.
other of the campaign, Organized for the purpose of any !t" I:
Hunting; 'Tis reminded for Service Men", bringing necessary informationand I This unit, which can handle I Ex-sailor: (dubiously) "Pretty

hunting season will soon open, throughout the procedures to aircraft squad- 1 j approximately 120 students per deep stuff. Where'd you read
I I day, was set last October, lit ?"
up
put that license next on the Tucker was rons throughout the U. S., De-
to remember to get as we on the broadcast I tachment 3802 and 18 sister :I sent to the Grumman Aircraft I Ex-Soldier: "On the wall in the
it's unlawful-to'hunt I Works at :Bethpage: Long Island unemployment otlice where I pick
one.very for indoctrination and returned up my check." .,
to Memphis where all ma- S *
terial organized and com
FUhlng: The word is that was Sign on a store: "Motherinlawdied.
piled prior to shoving off for "
and sea bass are taking the Closed for the holidays. _
Quonset Point and its first mis- '
at Dunn's Creek on sion. .

Drive these past few days. k '\ Specialized Group The talkative! lady was' telling-
Fishing! I Chief Machinist Andrew W. her husband about the bad manners -
'
FLASH; Hold on to your Wiley heads this group and is I of 'a recent visitor. "If that
and don't make a dive for ably assisted by Robert E. Pyle, ;,woman yawned once while 'I was { ,
nearest dugout, if you hear ADC, who is leading chief. The talking to her," said the wife, I
noises and see smoke rising instructors and their specialitiesare "she yawned a dozen times."

over Flight Test Inspection. I : Warren Werschin, ADC, "Maybe: she wasn't yawning, # .
only the "old salts" and the )' 1 fuels and lubrications; John dear,"' answered the husband, .. I">

APs "battling" it out for Roche, ADI, power plants; How- "maybe she" was trying to pay .

) Ducey" Championship. So ard Clark, AMl, structures; HerI something I
Martin E. Denton, ADCAAP( ) i I man Arnold, AMl hydraulhvsys'temsr *
in the lead with a "bye." J Y; I ; William Kozlowski, ATl, They stret J7tJ1l'man out on j ;
derstand several buttons are i s electronics; Frank Borkowski, the police station floor and the
ing from his shirt front. AO1, ordnance and Edward Wall- doctor examined him. "This man
It's pride ? sten, HEC. electrical. has been drugged." *
Anybody gazing skyward Lcdr Robin E. Larsen, is The pollcewian who had broughthim
seeing "O&R" spelled out in V I superintendent of all NAMTU in turned white and said: "I ......
trails at 40,000 feet over the $ 'J4a. detachments and has established might as well admit ItI ""'drug'
tion (hadn't imbibed too ) his headquarters at N A T T C him four blocks." r
I
it wan the same AP Denton ,3 ; I Memphis. Instructors for these

writing. (Now, girls, there'a aa I ysk, 4a 1 missions undergo a tough screen- Gill: "Why do you call your
guy for you), seems he has ing process and are selected, not wife angel?" 4 V .
"O" down pat, but the "R" only for their skill, ability and Boy: V "Because' she's always .
a bit on the wobbly side and experience, but also through a ready to fly, she'scontinually
lake a little more practice. personality angle harping and she never has an
hoo, Inspection Is mighty AWAY FROM CRASH-Lt. Gregory Fortune, pilot As CHMACH Wiley pointedout earthly thing to wear"
of him. Maybe we're the considers himself quite lucky as he disembarks "those with bounce in their
losing shirt buttons. boat at NAS dock after a spill in the St. Johns River. system are definitely preferred", Pat: "Do "you.f'"e sit around
Lo. T. Marchel, ALC(AP) I Fortune escaped without a scratch when his due to the multiple problems with your nose in a book all
sweating out his orders. Hope into the river on a take-off from the Southeast arising from the large student night T"Mike "
Doesn't get the idea that the Wednesday. He was waiting unharmed on a rubber turnover and changing living : "Yes.
.(PleaM Turn to Fare 6, Col. the pliAnt when the crash boat reached him. i ij I I quarters and conditions. < Pat: "Painful, i iwi't it ?" .
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Past Five

20 September 1951 JAX __

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& :.7 STOP "i N 6U31 -, xBits'Organization .


m i
aUr xcv'trt: of squadron teams
:
's'k a 1. v anoK .wit irCt for coming intra-mural sports is
1 w ,, t1N MY v+
attxtNG
: ,r 1, ylt } well under'vay with over a hundred
men signed up for golf,
touch football, bowling and vol.
leyball.

The football squad, numbering
about thirty men, is holding
daily practice sessions. Two
casualties have been reported so

far: Joe N, Gill, PRAN suffereda
broken nose and John T. Dick

,J .I S MY SC6AR NtlTNCX'htCr ? AOAN received a broken elbowin
r ? YCXr w11\M the second practice scrimmage, I
"
Newman R. Willis AMC, and
Gk f TO
4.4. k'YER JLW Ralph L. Callahan, ADI are the
only returnees from last year's
volley-ball powerhouse, but des-
pite the lack of returning vet- .
erans the squad has been showing
up well in practice and
should again be strong conten
ders for the station crown. Callahan -
was selected All-State at
:... .'tH.t kAYE tS iSfTy' DtkttAR last year's AAU Tournament and
has been named captain of this
year's team.

About a dozen men have turn-
ed out for golf and over 20 have
answered the call for bowling,
Neither team has been chosen as

yet but plenty of talent should
insure Fasron 6 a strong repre-
sentative in both sports.
*

yat M d f With an ultimate goal of 100%

enrollment in USAFI correspon-
T dence courses the squadron's Education *

and Training Office un-
der the guidance of Lt. Harold

II Rupp has been busily signing up

Lcdr. Olson ,New new trainees.All officers., chief's, and first
9
VC-62 Fasron Report
VT-9I6, VP-74J Fasron J09, class petty officers have been en-

l VP-861 ExecLcdr. listed in the officer's training
course in the Uniform Code of

Jacksonville Area Squadrons Robert C, Olson formerly I Military Justice and a sizable
Scouting production head of the Naval I percentage of the rest of the enlisted -

Examining: Center at Norfolk, Va., men have joined the training
.- relieved Lcdr Richard Wells as I program with enrollment in
VF-916 bit wet as a result of the emergency and enlisted men competed for executive officer of VP-861 while I other correspondence courses.
, The hub-bub resulting from landing he recently made I useful prizes featured the squad. i that squadron operated in the I Edward S. Melanson, YNT1
" Carrier Air- Group 8 inspec- in the St. Johns River. I ron's all-hands barbecue and'I Mediterranean with the Sixth gets the nod as "White Hat of
leaving for i Led by the fancy pitching of I beer party held at Cecil Field Fleet. the Week". Ed was called back to
tions, personnel I Lillicetch, leading chief, the two weeks ago.Squadron After receiving flight trainingat active duty last May and has
and arriving from schools, listed men trimmed the en'j personnel welcomed Pensacola in 1941, Lcdr. Olson been with FASRon 6 since that

and the recent carrier qualifi- at Softball on the recent aboard recently an old shipmate, was sent to the Pacific for duty time His first tour of duty start

cations has finally subsidedbut ron beer party. The officers have Hubert Decuers, ADC, who just with PBY and PBY 4 squadrons ed in February 1942 and lasted
furor has arisen been quick to remind them completed a six months tour of I which operated against the Japanese until 1946. At the time of his
a new though that the victory was the duty aboard the French aircraft i I initial hitch Ed was attending
with the announcement of an first for the white hats.. carrier Lafayette Sharing in the He remained In the Pacific for Fisher Business College, Boston,
.
.
anticipated squadron move. welcome aboard was newcomer 14 months, then returned to the .Mass.
VF-916's last contribution Needless to say there was Dayton Travis, AMC who comes United States to assume duties t Melanson is one of few men in
Since of kibitzing during the VF-171. I the Navy that never attended
the Squadrons'was plenty from as Assistant to the executive officer
'... to 'Scouting softball tilt and Peter Andenian, Calif. "boot camp". He came into the
made quite a number of of- It's good-bye Navy Blue and of N'AS, Alameda, I
ADE1, and Lt. Ralph Delce were to Navy as a third class yeoman
have added new brass. Now hello civics tor Elmer Gustafson From Alameda he proceeded I
Seers at
lieutenants are Robert I particularly effective. It was AK3, Jack Millins, AN, and the USS Salisbury Sound where and was immediately stationed
full C.
D.
Horace Benson, William questionable at first which side E mer i c k Malogorski, ATA 1. he became Air Officer, a post BuPers in Washington,
Adams, Davenport, Gregory I either was rooting for but one Squadron buddies hope the trio which he held until 1948. In 1949 Other tours of duty for him was
Boyle, Stephen Threat (AM-124))
USS
thing was certainly definite, in schol in Monte aboard the ,
Fortune, Ralph Dolce, James I i find everything to their liking he attended line Train-
CIC Group
I neither one of those rooters I from thereto and with the
Roscoe their jobs. California
going
new ,
Finlay, i rey
Douglas
D'Orsay, Little Creek Va.
: would leave the shade or their I ing Center at ,
.
Bronislaw Talutis. O&R and Norfolk for duty.
and With wins over powerful
Quinlan Mass.
joined beer in order to participate. Lcdr. Wells is still with VP- and Boston,
has I
entire squadron Fasron 6 volleyball aggregations I
The from the serv-
separation
of duty was After
I The first taste sea
also I Anti-Submatine Warfare I II
in congratulating them and the squadron team is 861, as went to work for
ice Melanson
given of the squadron .per.t I ,
1 Lcdr. many I Officer.A .
Peter Culbertson, now shaping into a smooth performing and then
t sonnel during the carrier qualifications I I I an insurance company
Also, several additions i to on the USS Tarawa. combine that will be a sure I' trio of aviation electronics was employed by a steam ship
., families have arrived. I threat in future competition. traffic clerk. In the evenings .
" squadron Some unexpected rusty spotsshowed II airmen checked aboard and a I I line as
First of the proud Papas was Lt. up in the flying but by Edwin Elton, AM3, and Sydney I like number of airmen apprentice he attended Boston University
William Boyle, who now exhibitsa I the second day the rust had worn Sakwa, AM3 are back with the j striking for aviation structural 'r specializing in account.
baby girl. Baby girls are also had become thebyword I squadron after completion of the I '
off and 'Roger' I mechanic accompanied them.
fathers Lt. Bron- P2V-5 school in Burbank California ing.Since in the squadron
he has been
keeping
Surprisingly W.Brownheim I
now of the day. Bradford
The airmen were:
Jones, AN, and Robert Brake, A03 is I several large l
"" silaw Talutis, Duane i enough, no one caught a 'sea.bat' Vincent W. Roper, Ed has done
John Fecke, home after finishing! Aerial Mine in
and 'Skipper' Lcdr. Wonder why? and John L. Schachnuk while the 'typing and mimeograph jobs
on their toes. I John Lees, Arthur Brogan, School in Yorktown* ,*Va. later group included: John A. I preparation of revisions of several
The only boy born to a squadron George MacMillan, Phillip Bell. i I Crampton, Robert A. Mack, and squadron bills.
family so far was deliveredto and Charles Seagraveshave VC62Personnel I I His special hobbies are club
L. Parker.
Mrs. Douglas Finlay. I anger office of the squadron Grady He is member of the
a
Lt. and gone the way of all good'AA's' this John M. Barbour, Terrance J. activities.
fathers has been extra busy
Two other prospective AN's.VP741 Elks and the American Legion.
and are now Charles L. Whit-
I McLaughlin,
though Lt. William Gaine and month as an influx of rated andnonrated I and After this tour of duty is over
E Lt. Horace Benson, who are row men has swelled the ford, Phillip S. Brondes, Melanson hopes to finish his education .
I Dick R McCauley, were the quin-
sweating it out, may help to even I Headed by Lcdr. Charles Rogers personnel complement. for tet of aviation machinist mate and get a degree in ac
duty
the score. I a group of VP-741's airmen I I include Rated: men John reporting W. Bradshaw airmen apprentices who were counting.In .
made a R. O. N, hotvtfljSan Juan September arrivals in the Chief aviation
to
Hufner Jr. among addition
G.
Frederick
Clouds of smoke emanating I Ur reports ADC, ,
Jlable
where according
from the cigars passed out as a I I good tunfeWBrhad by and Frank Barton, ADI. squadron. _. photographer Huffner the photo
a I the -
and the division of squadron garnered
.
result of the promotions the entire cre t, \\1t. I two more men. Richard W.
dense some
babies have been so I Evident in q s and Bob B. Spencer, both
asked if VF91lweren't Fields,
have
people All Weather unit. was the ra :: r. AFAN's reported aboard'for duty
an ling and .,, electrician mate'trikers
aviation
New arrivals, Ensign Thomas M ,d-ew un. I Two
Chewning from Washington. D, deeratipla ,. completed the list of
and Ensign Harvey Penr eservest ; new arrivals for the first, part of
C., learning k sy k his[ month. John R. Brownlee,
New York, are now :', _
; from /' Gatchell
advantages and disadvantages F\ '0, AEAN and Richard J. ,
the _.
ispensionruin
I of being the only two ensigns t' Howard,,! H1 AEAA, were the duo of electric-

( i in a squadron. 'V, '-_ once and for ,4 ( 1ro CRC"JA + ians. t
A ,- : 'vfc. <3c. W O'11At arrival in the
just ar>thriy ? : fro q. qty In a sense a new
J Other personnel is the only way
avy also the 61/4
.. I". for duty recently arev-J t '%i'lm, ,by attaching his pound squadron baby was girl born to Lt. and
AEAN, frqiruCI
Bradbury, '"* re to shipping over Mrs. Frank Last. The baby was
Louis W.U
Ohio ,
the, ;
weeks after Lt.
I Miami, FlalWilJ ADF2 and Bill born just two .
from man Button
for
left the squadron
.O' Last had .
t. ..
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:. ADAA, bray,. ALAN have reported to Atlantic Fleet duty. t-
land Wil! hHborough" V he"Naval Hospital for what the V V *
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.h-l Frp squadron hopes is a short stay. Fasron 9
PN3, 01 Mend s aboard last week
., Reporting w .Squadron sportsmen are enjoying
mond.ldj1e. on, were Dick Huston, ADC from a V I excellent luck in the

NH', IfIJil. new fighter squadron, Joe Bassett AT3 iiiI' shrimping beds of the St.. Johns

ire. from Charleston and Joe Pilking- with J. P. Clark, ADC and R. A.

., sctua4. '' T Ohio, ton, AK3 from NAS, Jax.VP.74l's ,)\" ,::!! Clark; ADC almost making a
$ rt and dag-
port? "cloak
new Business of it. The former has
Robert, ;". uincy ger" man reports aboard in the 'scooped up six wash tubs full of
.. Mass.;'," lcome form of Lt. (jg) George Wertz, ++ the table delicacy and the later
Ctr s
..aboard: I squadron A. I. O. who has tons 9 I I is fast filling his deep freeze in

During 6 4 dots of information to distribute. anticipation of a long hard win- Ii
their sec-
competitio Welcoming aboard "

qualified fot f V a V Lt in, ond offspring, Mr. and Mrs. Joe : ,. ..-. y- -"-'- -- :er.There is a possibility of many'shiners" .''
a
Gordon Mead now have a baby daughter around the hangar ;J
stellar qualifications -
to Lt. has
t' OF TALENT-Marjorie Reynolds 1
at sailor. TRIO
gunnery future ;
well a ELEC.
as the future
as the radioas in as
hat 1 is popular on spaces '
dancer and actress and
FD
Gregory as a singer, William L. Holloway has issued
25,000 feet.keeping a well as in films. She has been seen in romantic leads for Para
Fasron 109 (Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 4)RNEWS
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Sports Quiz to the went Jax unclaimedlast Air News NATTCenter Touch Football LeagueNATTCenter

( Armed Forces Press Sen'Ice)
week with readers
being American intra-mural league touch football teams
Bobby Feller twice has had the last laugh on his critics. They stumped for the first. time in a I
had about counted out the Cleveland fireballer in 1947 when his team long while. swung into action Monday with the Medics Aircraft Maintenance, and I

went to New York. But Bob silenced them on a Friday afternoon No one provided the correct Supply emerging with victories, while AO Ship's Co. and ANP( ) Ship'sCo. j

with a brilliant no-hitter his second. answer to the question: battled to a scoreless tie. ....,

Again this year Bob Lemon a recorded. "What fotoball team' was Playing in a torrential down-
20-game( winner three times previously were called the 'Wandering Nomads' pour on a muddy gridiron Supply when the gun sounded ending the
I was hailed as the bell Rob loss ? downed Athletic Recreation 2-0 in half. Supply had another scoring
to
Murphj's defending
wether o f Maxim The famous old Carlisle In- the final minute of play. The threat go by the boards when Don
lightheavy champ Joey up-
dians known "Wan- occurred when Ward Weisel Wright hurled a 40-yard passto
_ Al LODCZ'S set a trend in boxing Ike Williams were as the score
team. Fel dering Nomads" since they had of Athletic Recreation went backIn Ken Doering on the 3-yard line,
Ez Charles, Ray Robinsonand
ler couldbe no home field of their own. his end zone to pass and was but once again Athletic Recrea-
Lee Savold all lost their titles
countedon This band of gridiron stalwarts, trapped by a host of Supply men tion stiffened and took over on ,
this year. September saw Robinson -
for a although they had no home led by Gordie Bliefield. downs. _
trying to regain his from
dozen wins field, and had to play all their Hampered by the steady down- AO Ship's Co. and ANP( )

after threeseasons Randy Turpin.. games away, managed to de- pour which turned the field into Ship's Co. battled on equal terms
*
feat the top college teams of I a quagmire both teams fought for four periods withthe game
in which he When Bill Veeck topped his car- the era. bitterly through three periods of ending in a scoreless tie. Both .

won 19, 15 nival of stunts by producing a With the beginning of the play. Sup p 1 y' 8 Don Wright teams were also hampered by the
and 16 three-foot, seven-inch midget Jax Air News weekly Football chucked a 30-yard toss to Quin- rain and their running and pass-
I pinch hitter as the last "real 1 Predictions Contest, the Jax ton McElyea early in the second ing game was at a complete

games The VanMeter Brownie," he failed to contend Air News Sports Quiz will bow quarter but the scoring threat fizzled standstill.

with Al prexy Will Harridge. out of the picture, but will be out when Athletic Recreation Slippery doing
Iowa hur- Harridge limited midget Ed Gae- resumed after the season is defenses stiffened and took over Aircraft Maintenance squeezedout
rlcaneBob del's career to one base on balls- over. The same prizes will on downs. a 2-0 win over Personnel. The
his only appearance at bat and prevail. Hard Fought score coming when Jim Kimbellof
a gal n
Feller showedthem. voided the contract in the best Interests Athletic Recreation started along Personnel let a slippery ball

of the game. Meanwhile : march late in the second drop out of his hands behind the
First major leaguer to win Manager Zach Taylor and his quarter also when the running of goal. Before he had a chance to
20 games, he's on his way to his players try to be big leaguers. Do WO RestrictionsAre Jim White and Atsie Stein car- move out with the ball after re-

best year since he started in 1936 they like his circus stuff that ried the ball to the midfield stripe. covering it, Tom Sullenberger of
for Cleveland. If the Indians win Veeck pulls to draw fans? One Then Stein uncorked a 30-yard Aircraft Maintenance downed
the pennant Fell e r will be a w onders.Here's. RelaxedWashington pass to John Falvey who carried Kimbell. The'passing of John Sullivan

strong contender for Most Valu- 1 a the ball to the Supply 6-yard line and Robert George and the
able Player honors. (AFPS) A De- pass-grabbing of big Charlie Kerr

I fense Department directive has kept Personnel in the hole mostof

When the bell sounded for the. Puzzler removed the restrictions on the ScoutingContinued the game. The running and
1951 season, Feller had a 208-123 number of Warrant Officers in all passing of Jim Kimbell of Personnel -
record. Not bad for a pitcher Services authorized to serve in was outstanding.
For ( from Page 5)a
working for a team that had won Sports fans pay grades W-4, W-3 and W-2. Bland Shines

but one flag in 15 years. Four of The restrictions the result of a call for all prospective leather The Medics was the only teamto

his best :rears he lost in Service. In Vice Versa directive issued May 15 1950, pushers in expectation of forming score a touchdown in NATTC
were (1) No to a squadron boxing! team. Intra-mural ,
Yet the crafty hurler is concededthe : promotions play Monday as Dr .
chance to win 300 games be- grades W-3 and W-4 except to the Louis C. Bourgumon, ATS who Peter Bland, outstanding passer,
fore he's through. In 1940 he Inchon. Korea (AITS) After- extent that funds can be made I is sometimes referred to as"Grandstand" uncorked a 30-yard pitch to Walt
three hours of hard available within current when he is playing Korfel in the end
fanned 348 batters to break Rube gruelling play, ceilingsby zone midway in
Waddell's 42-year mark of 343. the U. S. Marine team was acclaimed adjustments in other military softball has returned from the first period to defeat First
the winners of cricket (2) Numberof the hospital. Seems the change Lieutenants 6-0.
Feller has staged a comeback that a personnel programs. ( ) ,
I their fellow" British WO's in each Service agreed with him as he has added Bland
has: caused all baseball to laugh game by op- promotedto looks passing was the high"I
him. ponents.It W-4 and W-3 shall not exceed i few pounds and good light of the came as he pitched
with
I Due to be transferred to NA-
3 percent and 7 percent completion after completion witha
wa one of the most stun- respec- Frederick Williams AEC
Strikeout Icing of the Service Is ning upsets! of the Korean war tively of the planned WO strengthFor TTC while is Roma D. Gaddy ALSN, wet and slippery ball in a downpour
June 30, 1950 as shown in the of rain to lead the Medicsto
Bob Trowbridge Nellis AFB, Nev. and as much of a surprise to the and Douglas H. Metzler, AA have
In 127 innings this season he had victor, who were" completely budget justifications in Congressfor already "volunteered" for a tour a win. The Lieutenants were
baffled 1951: ((3) The sum of the num- bottled most of the bya
fanned 264 men High-water bj the cricket-scoring sjstem. of duty in the galley. Rudolph up game
bers in W-4 W-3 and W-2 in the hard-charging Medics' line led
marks of 22 and 19 In a game B. Lang ATAN and James F. ,
and AF shall not Carl
Army exceed 40 by Mucherheide.
Frequent" cries of: "lilt that to- Di ,tare, ATAN were relieved by .
of the total WO !
mat a" and ") BreezingContinued heard throughout the contest, the Army and AF. An excellent article dealing
played in what used to be a Korean Plans for the implementation of with the current Armed Forces' Chapel SocietyOf

( from Page 4)) amusement park. the new system will be announced Blood Donor program is contained 01
After the' cricket" game", the shortly by all Services. in the squadron's weekly news St. Edward'sInstalls
is greener on the other side of the Britons upset the applecart In defeating letter. The author, after delving

fence the Americans" at volley into all aspects of the program OfficersNew
We! are glad to see Jeanette Os- ball, thus" giving good cause for TrafficViolations concludes with a statement that

borne, typist back again. Jean- all to adjourn to the local 'in- all-hands in every unit at NAS officers and committee
ette and her husband had a very teen. and Cecil Field. "When the sched- chairmen of the St. Edward's

nice trip to Asheville, N. C., thru ule is set up" the author com- Chapel Society were installed ata

the mountains and on up to Nor- Listed below are the traffic violations ments," and you're called to meeting of the religious group
folk, Va. to visit their parents. Blood DonorsContinued aboard this station for give don't hesitate. Give to the last week.

They were wishing they could the; period September 6th September 'Blood For Freedom" campaignand Retiring Prefect. Mrs. Stella
bring some of that cool weather ( from Page 1) 13, 1951.Multiple take into considerationthelife Lodesky presented the gavel to ,
they enjoyed up there back with Offenses could Mrs. June Crotty, Vice Prefect in
All blood collected becomes : J. L. Smith, you save by donating
them the property of the United States SK2; C. W. Swanson AE2. possibly be your own". the absence of the new Prefect,
Word has been received that Government for the exclusiveuse Involved in Accident: Cpl. G A Our Error Mrs. Manly Kordek. Mrs. Mary

two former Plannerites have new of the Armed Forces. Blood Brueckner; J, C. Reud, CSC; Cpl (Editor's Note: Due to a typo Wheat was elected Secretary.New '
additions to their families. We taken here will be shipped via W E. Hill. graphical error last week's notes chairmen of the Sodality
all send our congratulations to plane in specially refrigerated from VF-14 were credited to VF- include: Eucharistic committee, .j'
Edward and Florence Houston and containers to Philadelphia within Ey Schuffert n. Consequently the account of Mrs. Margaret Anderson; Catholic ,I
to little Patricia Sue Houston. 24 hours after collection. In the accidental death of aviatorLt. Truth Mrs Jane Juleff; Apostolic,

Florence was formerly the tpyist Philadelphia the whole blood (jg) Don Tate was in erroras Mrs. Lucille Carpenter! ; Social, '
for the Power Plant Schedules will be processed into vital plas- ,. i it had him listed as being attached Mrs. Gladys Lombardi and Publicity -

Branch. We also send congratu- ma and allocated to several fur- t a to VF-41. Lt. (jg) Tate Mrs. Dorothy Phelan. Mrs.
lations to Pat and Alice Darby ther distributing points.. was attached to VF-14.) Marie I Sourbeer is temporary
and little Richard Darby. Alice chairman of Our Lady's commit-
was formerly the typist for the tee.
School Hits
Peak
Change Branch. \ I Plan Event.,
Hypes of Class 265 Schedules is right-Patterson AFB, Ohio Plans for the fall season at the
Airman apprentice Paul C. AFPSThe) USAF Institute of Theca chapel were arranged at the meet.

now on leave in Roanoke, Va with Technology recently enrolled 235 ing, including the continuation of

ihs parents. officers in its resident school here l the Block Rosary in homes
to set an all-time record for single SIDE aboard the station during the f""
Our cat fancier (?) Mr. Lewis, enrollments. m T month of October The month's
be- r ember 20nis
has
Senior Civilian Supervisor,
will be
I' Morgan religious highlight a Forty
come the proud grandfather of Soldier Donates $500 Hours celebration at the chapel
Yes his cat had three 21 1
triplets. ui the last week-end of the month,
kittens, two white ones and a To Aid Flood Victims -- : : .r(1lt to be conducted by Chaplain Herbert -

black In case anyone might be Washington (AFPS-A) frontline yden p, McNally of Green Cove J
interested the two white ones are Fw..la 1j I Sat
Naval Station.
combat soldier in Korea has Springs
up for adoption. contributed $500 for the relief of Fighting' i a r Bishop To Visit!
; Sorry to see Irene Cleyar, typist .
November will mark the
flood victims in Missouri and yYxr Sunday jir coming
leave Ireen is to
us going
r Kansas. 'M/Sgt Joseph Pastula, f.the, Bishop of St. Augustine todward'a
Port Lyautey, French Morocco to Day the EartfvMonday > ,. 1
be with her husband. Company D, 19th Infantry Regi- r J t-tI Chapel to adminis-
; ment, wrote to the Red Cross that s M t be Sacrament of Confhma- ,
H. O. Matheny, AN, formerly he was deeply touched by the SeptcmrSaturday's | +lt4 '..l a' groups; of adults and
is of Planning, sent everyone a big Hero,.-.... .,orrj
plight of the homeless in the mid-
__ __ __ _. __ .John (
hello from Boston, "Mass He is I Ifl west flood. "All this we know m i'of,December will op-
now attached to the aircraft carrier Tues. & Wed., Sept. U: y o-, i
here in Korea is born, of war! "Who'a In charge here?" Fox ._ est c wEe sslon at
I The Desert -
Shangri-La. He said he can'tfind said.. be capftcted
any of the beans he thought he .... ,.. _._ _.... ....._ James Mason by
J d url i S. J., of
Boston wa famous for, but they NATTCENTER NMS first week will

sure do have good fish.. II Radio Grid Log II Thursday, September 20 be'+i3ey a a n, only: ,and

The Strip,.____ .Mickey Rioney the, .- a ,n. In
Personnel Administrative! Friday September 21 preps I pel'.*
w' 'Welcome Aboard" to Lt. How- Football will not be at its us, Friday, 8 P.. M. Fighting Coast Guard_ n son quent

ell' E. Fellers who Is undergoing peak until next week-end but CollegeWPDQ ......___........._......._. Brian Donlevy the Sa(* on"andretresh
f: indoctrination It Is reported plenty of good listening is in ABC) ((600)-Mich-) Saturday, September 22 Commu h ai ...

that he will be the Enlisted Personnel store for those who tune into iRan State VS. Oregon State, Journey Into Light. _Un __ Folio 'I

r and Safety and Security local stations, the remainder .Saturday 1:45: p, M; Florida .. _...._....?..____,_ Sterling Hayden ments Gladys
Officer vice ,Lt. Homer L. Smith this week. Highlight of thisweek's vs. Citadel, Saturday, 7.45 Sunday, September 23 Lomba group.4M .
detached Lt. Fellers airings will be the
f being Lady and the Bandit _on_

was Shore Patrol Officer prior to Michigan Saturday.State-Oregon Here's guideto clashon P.M.WJHP (Mutual) ((1320)) ___...__.._?....___......_.___ Louis HaywardMon. P Jets
his coming to O&R. your Baylor vs. Houston, Saturday Tues., Sept. 24-25
of the
the rest
:
Off To School Comdr. High School games I 7:45: P M.WJVB Day the Earth Stood Still. W The Navyrace'

George F. Morrison, Jr Is now attending WJHP (Mutual) (1320))-Lee LBS) (1010)-Oregon ......__.__..........,-- ,Michel Pennie 26Saturday's at ana Ian t to for con-the
Wednesday September
.I a two week course at vs. South Broward, Thursday, VS. Stanford, Saturday, Hero as, of jet air-
the Industrial Relation Institute 8 P. M. Landon Ketterlirr- 3:15: P. M. n'
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Mittmen Eye Weekly Football Contest Fliers Ready ForSeason's



.* NASNATTCRing Replaces Sports QuizReplacing Opener


SmokerSparring the weekly sports quiz in the Air News will be a football
contest in which readers may test their skill in picking winners I\
partners have been and at the same time possibly win themselves a prize. With the season's opener just a week away, Jax Navy's

taking quite a pounding at the SELECT THE WINNERS grid machine is ready to roll in its first pre season game ;

Mainside auditorium the past Saturday, taking on Kaiford Prison on the latter's gridiron.Last I
week as boxing aspirants look forward Games for Saturday, September 22 Saturday, the Fliers
to future action in the ring. The squad looked good on defense -
(Home teams listed in right column) staged the second scrimmage of
Bob Welsh, Chuck Lanore, Carl the season at Mason Field and but it was still a little ear-
Burrell, Don Schleller, Hal Wagner Wake Forest _......_..__..._.._.vs.._.......___..._ Boston College evidently the stiff practice ses- ly to draw any conclusions on
Gene Carter, Joe Gray and Boston University __..__....vs.-_.__ William and Mary sions are paying off. The holes offensive play.

Freddy Farr now compose the Fordham _____..._vs..._._.......___..._ Missouri are getting bigger and are open- More hard work is on tap as
1931 boxing squad for the Naval ing quicker for the hard charg- the Fliers eye their opener here
Temple' __ .
Air Station. __vs.__. __ Syracuse ing backs. against Stetson next Saturday.The .
Cincinnati vs.___.._._ Kansas State Hatters gave some indica-
Freddy Farr, a lightweight and The Gator Bowl was the scene
a holdover from last year's flr.e Arizona State ._._.._._.................Michigan State of the Fliers first public ap- tion of their strength by downing
quad is now captain of the team Arkansas __ vs._._.____ Oklahoma A & M pearance of the 1951 season last Eglin Field, 33-6 in a recent prac-
and feels there will have to be Duke vs.___._..._ South Carolina Thursday night when the locals tice game. Eglin is also on theFliers'

more boxers turn out if the Sta Citadel _vs.... ....__..._ Florida entertained fans with a 20 min- schedule.r .
tion is to equal last year's top, ute scrimmage as part of the
Sou. Methodist Univ. __vs.__..._._. Georgia Tech clinic.
team. grid
NATTCenter is busily engagedin North Carolina State _..,_vs..__......._._ North Carolina Whites Whip Blues WeightLiftingContest

forming a boxing team to pit Kentucky ..___.__._._vs....___.....____.___.... Texas The locals formed a squad of
against the NAS Squad in two Texas A & M ...vs._.____- ......_.._ UCLA white shirted men to throw Set I

coming smokers. With the meeting [Idaho ___.__..:...-_vs.__.__..__..__ Wyoming against the boys in blue. The result -

of the two squads, an all-star Washington State _,_-_______vs.___.._____.._.:__. U. S. C. was a twenty-minute periodof
will be formed to represent hard football under actual For
team 27
.. .. Jax Navy in top flight cards witlother Santa Clara ....___,__yg__ _'_..._..___......_ California game conditions. Sept.

service teams and Jackson Stanford ___..________vs.___.._.._..-___ Oregon After taking a back seat for The proposed weight lifting con-
ville's Golden Gloves.It (Predict the score of this game) about the first five minutes of test scheduled to take place at
late to join the play, the Blues marched to an the Mainside gymnasium, Thursday -
NAS Is squad.not too Anyone desiring to Kentucky _,,-,..,_--,____........vs-........___.........._.___....... Texas early touchdown with halfback Sept. 27 will consist of five

.... .. join the team can contact Chief Name ..._..-.._...... .....M.-__ __ Rate/Rank._..:..... ._ .I John Chiri going over. The try events, it has been announced by
John Scott or Physical Training for the extra point was nil and Physical Training officials

officials at extension 585 or :593. Unit Assigned to.....-.?......._......_..............__..._ Phone....... .-...._? the Blues were ahead, 60. The contest will be open to all
t Good Defense hands wishing to enter, and so
Rules poned or rescheduled for any rea- !I The Whites came chargingback far, only a few have bothered to

Full Intra-Mural I 1. To enter the contest you I, son it is automatically excluded nice forty-yard to score a touchdown by Mike on a show any Interest in the event.
run
,simply indicate your choice of from the contest final ratings. Chief John Scott points out
Norman but the recalled
play was -
!each winner by placing an (X) I 6. Entry blanks must be sub- offside penalty. Nor- again that the contest is strictlyfor
Slate Compiled : or a checkmark after the team mitted not later than 1630 Fridayto man on then an threw a touchdownpass individuals and will not be a
you select to win. If you predict the Jax Air News Offices in the to quarterback DePasquali team event. The meet will be
NATTCenter I a tie game, place a (T) after the' Main Administration Building. as the scrimmage ended but that run off indoors at Building 3',
For names of teams you think will 7. All military personnel, with too was called back because of Mainside auditorium.
play to a tie score. the exception of personnel of the an offside penalty. Paul Franke, former standout in
. touch football got underway dicted on an even basis. Ties ter the contest. Due to the natureof Capt. Smith Snares will be final judge and directorof
Monday at NATTCenter with count as losses unless predicted. the prize, civilians are not eli- the meet. The winner in each
teams and 15 grid 3. In the space provided below gible to participate. Blind Bogey Play weight class-feather, light, mid-
22 bowling indicate the score of the game 8. Only one entry to each per Capt. Allen Smith took the dle, light heavy and heavy, will
squads competing. picked as a tie-breaker. In case son will be allowed. weekly honors in the blind boogy be determined by the combined
Bowling action is scheduledfour of a tie the person with the most 9. Winners will be announcedin Saturday at the NAS golf course weight lifted in the press, snatch,
days a week begining at nearly correct score will win the the Jax Air News the Thurs- with a net 77. He shot a 92, clean and jerk.Contestants .
l'J35 on the Navy Exchange al contest. day following the Saturday on but picked 15 for his handicap to will weigh in at 1
leys. 4. Entry blanks incompletely which the game is played. give him the winning total. 1300 at the Mainside auditoriumthe
The 12-team American League filled out will not be considered. 10. The award to go to the per- Chuck Harmon scored runner- day of the contest, and will
rolls Mondays and Wednesdays; Contestants must make all 16 selections son most nearly correct in their up honors with a net 72. Harmon begin the lifting at 1400, Sept. 27.
,. .. the 10-team National League plus indicating the score predictions will be a $2.00 credit shot a 75 and picked 3 for his Individual trophies will be given 1
of the one tie-breaker game to coupon which may be applied to
.
class
plays Tuesdays and Thursdays. handicap.Lee to the winner of each weight
be eligible. purchase made in the Main-
awarded for games! any Sherrill copped top honorsin and bronze belt buckles
Points are large
5. In the.event a game I is post side Navy Exchange.
drive witha
Cost the
won and total pins scored. long competition awarded to the runner-ups. '
is 15 cents a line pus} 10 cents: 280-yard drive down the fair- Chief Scott can be contacted at
1
for shoes. 16 Teams Open Bowling Loop Play; way.Leo Marchel sank a 25-footer to Building 3 or at extensions ,Ss5
4 Nine-Man Grid Teams and :593. Anyone desiring to enter -
touch football claim the long putt honors, while the contest still has time to
The nine-man Grid Await GunAction Edward walked off with
trams play on four week-75-yard American fields: !!Touch Volleyball nearest the Morgan pin honors when his I sign work up out, and daily will at be the allowed Mainside to

four days a and I in the NAS intra-mural pill rested 2 feet from the pin. I .
Mondays c
League playing gym. .
Personnel
bowling league got underway < t > I.I
Wednesdays, National League Lant I
Tuesdays and Thursdays. Cham Tuesday night as four teams met Sept.Supply 20 Fasron vs FAW-11 109 vs Marine Sept. 26 Hospital vs FAW-11 With :51 speaking}; engagements +,
pions in each league will play on the hard wood alleys. Detachment Fasron 6 vs Personnel I in his first month at the helm ,.
for the Center championship at Action in touch football and ComFairJax vs Photo Lab Physical ,Training vs Over- of the St.. Louis Browns Bill
the close of the regular season, volleyball has beep delayed due S.ept. 21 NARTU vs FAETU- haul and Repair Veeck is on his way to a new .
and the Center champions will to the late arrival of special Lant Sept. 27 Supply vs VP-741 I record in personal appearances.
meet the NAS winners for the shoes and volleyballs. It is an- Ordnance and Gunnery vs Commissary Store Vs Fas- Bill is booked almost solidly up .:
,..' .. ticipated that these two events 109NARTU to November 15.
station crown. VP-741 ron
will be inaugurated early next r I
Entered in bowling competitionare Sept. 25 Ordnance and Gun- vs Photo Lab J
week. and Gun- Leo Kiely, rookie pitcher of the I
ANP) 28 Ordnance
: American League: Fasron 6 pitted its nery vs Photo Lab Sept.
ANP) Tuesday FAETULant Red Sox, passed his draft physical
Ship's Company Red NARTU vs Marine Air De- nery vs
1 keglers against CommissaryStore i in and is expectedto
August
Aircraft FAW-11 ComFairJax early J''
vs
Students Red Supply, tachment
while Hospital fought it I '
Familiarization, Ship's Service,, out with, Overhaul and Repair on ComFairJax vs FAETU- Fasron 6 vs Hospital be called for military service '4 j

J Photo Lab AE School. Ship'sComany. the hard courts. Results of the ::
Commissary AO School meetings were unavailable at j
Ship's Company Medics, Dental press time however, and will be I,
and Athletic and Recreation. carried in the next issue of the J

Slate Announced Jax Air News.
1 National League: ANP Ship's New Equipment
Company Blue,,ANP( ) Students Physical Training officials ex-
Blue, Shop Stores AK School plained that the special type soft
: AO Students Cooks, Pharmacists, rubber cleated shoes to be used in
Personnel v-Alrcraft Maintenance touch 'football have not yet arrived -
,r -.... and Marine"Air Detachment. but should be here in timeto

Touch football teams include: open league play, Monday,
Sept. 24. .
American League: ANP) New volleyballs are anxiously
Ship's Company, AO School awaited by the department and
Ship's Company, Supply, Medics, play will begin in the volle'ballleague
Aircraft Maintenance Athletic as soon as the balls are re- "
and Recreation Personnel and ceived.

First Lieutenants. Schedule Revealed
National League: ANP( ) Students Schedules for the Volleyballand ,!

., 'L Marine Air Detachment touch football have not yet x '
AO Students Administrative AISchool \. been completed, but the bowling -
AE School and Commis- schedule::: has been announced and ,I IA
sary. will be published every week.
S 5- Bowling schedules for the first {
Bob Feller, the nag like Bob two weeks of play are as fol-
Feller, his pitching namesake, is lows: -
having his greatest year He won Sept.. 18 Fasron 6 vs Commissary HE WENT TJlAT-A-WAY-DJsplaylng a bit of deception, the Whites take ot'for pay dirt; 'iltaralnst
two of his first, four star U."this Store
Halfback Hank Doebler 'J
of
the season.
and the Blacks in the Fliers second big scrimmage
year,. paying $32.20 tor a..two- Hospital vs Overhaul The Fliers the season here Saturday ,
(hidden under pile) was stopped in his bid for yardage open .
buck at Cleveland Randall Repair
wager J fa
I "a 'i Training vs Sept. 29 against Stetson.
I oval- 'recently. .. .' { Sept. 19 Physical 1",
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BULLETINItems A

( offering for sale articlesof \ NOTES I

property such as washing ma. .. .
chines, automobiles, furniture \ Friday night's' bingo game wil!
radios, clothing and the like is have 55 numbers called for a

prohibited by Defense Department giant jackpot.
regulations. This column Regular Saturday night 'dance

will, however, list such servicesas &; i will feature Buddy Pitts orchestra. .. ..
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available housing, rides wanted .
lost and found articles and } b Plans for a buffet dinner have I

other similar notices). been postponed indefinitely. I
FOR RENT Dinner dance beginning at i
z Mro 1800, Sept. 23 will have free juke
1-rm. with garage, 2503 Delwood Kw box music.
Ave., Riverside, Mrs. W. G Important elections' will be

Bowden, Ph. 7.5626. held at the General Assembly
2-bedrm. unfurn. house. 4849 '. a '. meeting at 2000, Sept. 24. .. ..
Wesconnet Blvd., Mrs. Smith \ t I j Plans for the crowning of the
Ph. 8-9234. \ 2 : t a Miss Jax Navy Chief Club have
Furn. apt., 5356 Kingsbury St y been cancelled.
G. R. Simmons, Ph. 22349. ,
Furn. rm. with bath garage 2844 '
Cherokee Ave., Mrs. W. H Shift WAVE

Moreland, Ph. 2-0312 | Center To Training''r"
5-rm. unfurn. house with garage.
4526 Manchester Rd., $75 per Washington (
mo., Mrs. Mary Cobb. Ph. 6- i has announced
2571. training facilities presently located i

5-rm. furn. apt. and 2-rm. furn. at Great Lakes, Ill, will be

apt., 3018 Thomas St., Mrs; 1 moved to the NTC, Bainbridge, I
Taylor, Ph. 77672. PROCESS OF MAKING ICE Freezing 100- Md. At the same time recruiting
i-rm. furn. house, 4753 Blandinj pound blocks at the NAS ice plant takes four major quotas are scheduled] for. a 60 percent

Blvd., Wesconnett, Fla. $60 pei steps. First is filling the large oblong containers, j boost.Coolest i
mo. plus utilities. Contac sitting in compartments, with water, as illustratedby __ u_ -- I Ir
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Charles J. Harms, AMS2, VF Leolin Dickey, leading en- j I
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671, Hangar 116. gineman, in top left photo. After T
2-bedrm. furn. house. $50 per mo the water freezes, ten hours 24% '
later, the can of ice is lifted
Mrs. Ava M. Fabian, Ph. 2-6060 .
I __ a Ii rw
5-rm. furn. apt near ocean, 12 from the compartment by ., > ; \
of a manual hoist, as ..". :
12th Ave. So., Jax Beach, Mrs means :: .
Neville, Ph. 25986. I shown by Will Grissett, ice :} >'

3-rm. furn. apt.. 114 12th Ave. So puller, in upper right. The can r > .. "'*" */ i ib I
Jax Beach. H. Duval, Ph. 2- is then placed in a defroster bs
5986. I which loosens the ice block.

2-rm. furn. apt., $75 per mo., also Dickey watches this operation '" ,,,',: ,','. .
sngl and dbl furn. rooms. 2601 i in lower left picture. Finally :"<.(. i i.l

Park, Mrs. S. R. Huston, Ph. 8- II the ice block slides through a : ; :
2770. door into the ice locker where .'"
5-rm. furn. apt., 2638 Myra St.. : it is stored. At lower right, \.l :;,,' / ., ,

Mrs. W. H. Cowart, Ph. 7-8516. Grissett is shown sliding ice
5-rm. furn. house.. 4455 Mar- I into place in the locker. '

Mr. Paul Moore Ph. 8- Y. .
quette, sQ 1o4 .
1826. I : '$ ., .
Jewish PersonnelCan { "" .' ..
3-bedrm. furn. house, Ortega,,
$110 per mo.. Mrs. Marsh 9- :I >
4246 after 1800. I Observe ,_ .
2-rm. furn. apt.. Orange Park : iQ
Mrs. Arflm Iron I
Grove, apply '
Kettle, Ph. Orange Park 8-4061. Holy Days HereJewish
Rm., 3816 Walsh St., Mrs. R. A. '

Brown, Ph. 2-0129. service personnel are in. I I ___
Furn. rm., $10 per week 2637 vited to celebrate with local con. \ Spot On The Station tern: Ammonia cools the brine: !
Forbes, Mrs. J. R. Dalton, gregatlons the Holy Days of New while brine acts as the freezing
7-7810. Ph'j : agent The direct system, Dickey
Year and Day of Atonement,, .
Furn. rm., 5341 Diaz Pl.. which will be observed from Sept... points out, uses ammonia entirely
Mrs. McIntyre, Ph. 85727. 30 through Oct. 9. i i NAS Ice Plant Turns Out as the freezing agent. 1 '..

Furn. rm., Mrs. Hamilton, Ph. 7- I Schedules have been announcedfor As briefly and simply as he '

7803 after 1700. Reform, Conservative and could, Dickey went on to tell
Small cottage. furn., 610 Nelson Orthodox services.Congregation I about the process of the freezing

St., Murray Hill., Mrs. Doris Ahavath Chesed 15,080 Pounds Per Day plant. He first pointed to a large

Bryant. (Reform), located at the corner cylindrical tank mounted hori-
2-rm. furn. apt., $50 per mo. and of St. John's and :Mallory Streets,,, zontally on the bulkhead.
furn rm.. $7 per week., 826 will celebrate New Year's Sunday, *
be ]
Summer nearly 4
May St., Five Points, Mrs. Bes- may locker in fro tof the I
Sept. 30, at 2000 and Monday, directly The tank Is called the liquid
sie Ellington, Ph. 7-6048 after Oct. 1, at 1000. Day of Atone over, but sizzling 90-degree freezing unit. receiver and holds 2,000 pounds of )

1800. ment services will be held Tues temperatures still cause manya The freezing compartments sit I liquid ammonia at capacity, he I
Furn. rm., 2301 Bethume Ave., day, Oct. 9, at 2000 and Wednes "white hat" and officer alike into the top of a raised platformor said. From the tank, the liquid ..

Mrs. Milton Smith, Ph. 9-3345. day, Oct. 10, at 1000 and 1800. to swelter during the day. tank, which is about five feet ammonia passes through the liq-
Sgl. and dbl. rms., furn., 1447 than the level of y
New Year's services (Conservative aboard NAS offer higher ground uid line to the float valve controlon
Avondale Ave., Mrs. Lee at the Jacksonville ] Few places the engine-room's deck Access to
) will be held from the top of the tank. The valve, he
Schultz, Ph. 25930. Jewish Center, corner of any complete escape the compartments is gained by said, controls the J level of the liquid -
2-rm. furn. apt. $40 per mo. 3- heat. The station swimmingpools, of a ladder mounted on the I
Third and Silver Strets Sunday, way in the ammonia cell. And
rm. furn. apt.. $45 per mo., 512 Sept. 30, at 2000; Monday, Oct. barracks showers or several air- side of the tank. I as the heat penetrates the brine "
do offer
Hildebrandt conditioned buildings
St. Mrs.
Chelsea -
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1, at 0800 and 1255, and Tuesday, and relief, but only M M (water saturated with calcium
Ph. 77028. Oct. 2, at 0800 and 1255. some escape Eighty lids or covers on thetank'lS chloride), it goes to the ammoniacoil.
Furn. Mrs. P. J. Mee, Ph. temporarily.
rm., New Year's services for Orthodox top when opened reveal .
8-6464. will be held at Eyze Hayim However, there is one place the freezing compartments. In Dickey indicated that heat always ]
1-bedrm turn apt., 4503 Ortega Congregation at 33 West Sixth (not far from the Mainside Ad- them are large, oblong metal con is attracted to the coldest
Farm Circle Major Richard.
Street, Sunday, Sept. 30, at 1800; ministration building, incidentally tainers. Into them is poured water point, which in this case is the
Will share home with couple
Monday Oct. 1, at 0800 and Tuesday ) where the soothing comfort of which freezes in ten hours ammonia coil. As the coil picksup
Ph.3047 23552.College St., Miss Cason, Oct. 2, at 0800. Services on coolness can be had 24 hours a thus forming 100 pound blocks of heat, he continued it boils anti

the Day of Atonement will be held expands, changing the liquid ammonia
Furn. 3553 Herschel St., Mrs. day.This Ice.At
Welch rm.Ph. 22847. Tuesday Oct. 9 at 1800 and Wed place is the ire plant in the end of the freezing period into a vapor which then

Furn. apt. and furn. rms., Mrs. nesday, Oct. 10, at 0800 and 1845. the cold storage building. the cans are removed by passes through the suction line Into .
Though the plant occupies buta means:. of a mechanical hand hoist the compressor.
Zora Lindsey Ph. 76441.
Herschel St., Ph. 76441. and in a sprinkler unit Cylinders in the
I Furn. efficiency apt., 728 Lomax, small part of the cold storage placed compressor
Wanted-Equity in 3 bedrm. which warm water over force the or into the ..
unit, it is without doubt one of sprays vapor gas
Five Points, Mrs. Hiatt, Ph. 7-
7882. home. Ph. Ext. 251 or 2-5725 the coolest as well as one of the. the can to loosen the block of head of the compressor. Being

Furn rm. or share home, 5044 after 1700. Chief Suberly. most fascinating spots on the ice. About a minute is requiredfor small, the head confines the gay,
Sunderland Rd., Mrs. Dorothy Riders wanted from Springfieldor Naval Air Station.In the ice to drop out of the causing heat to build up again.
Hale Ph. 8-3362. Riverside to NAS, hrs. 0730- an average day, the plant can, slide down a small chute The gas becomes hot, as a result
; 1600. F. A. Powell, Ext. 8112 or manufactures 155 100-pound pass through a square-sized hole and leaves the compressor head

( FOR SALE 6-5189 after 1700. blocks of ice, while exactly the In the bulkhead into the storage through the discharge line to a
6-rm house, 4551 Blount Ave., Ride wanted from 4201 Atlantic number is consumed. This locker where a workman uses condenser.
Mrs. W. A Martin Ph. 27822. Blvd. (old Beach Rd.) to NAS, same an average of 15,500 tongs to slide the ice against the *
7-rm. ranch type house, 1288 hrs. 0800-1600, Mrs. Wilson, represents AH
pounds of ice being made or going bulkhead. noon an the compressor discharges -
Hamilton, Mrs. Frost, Ph. 8- Ext. 676. out daily The storage locker holds 250 ice the gas, the deep well
3187. Ride wanted from 4640 Pine- blocks at capacity Usually, no pumps water through the con- '1"
{ 1947 Platt 26ft. house trailer, wood Rd., Lakeshore, hrs. 0800- Largest consumer* of ice aboard more than 70 to 120 are kept denser. The water cools and con- .,
sacrifice for cash. Chief H. E. 1630, Mitchell, Ext. 241 the station are the combined gen- there during the week as con- denses the hot gas into a liquid.
Clayton, 4851 Collins Rd., Ph. Ride wanted or form car pool,
eral messes of NAS, NATTCenter sumer demands quickly depletethe The liquid then returns to the
Orange Park 82724.MISCELLANEOUS. vicinity 20th & Pearl hrs 0800- On weekends liquid receiver and the
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and Cecil Field.] In all, the reserve supply. process
1630. Contact R. H. McGahagin, ..
three use about 12,000 pounds' of however, the demand slackens resumes. ,"' ; .....
Rm. and bd. for couple 3815 HMC, Ext. 413. During the majortprocess, still
ice and the locker is filled to. ca i
dally. .,
Betty Circle, Ortega, Mrs. Pal- Ride wanted from Murray Hill, another chemical occursIn
because of the process
Naturally, extreme pacity.
mer, Ph. 2-3658. hrs. 0800-1630, Josephine Laz-: hot weather, the demand the brine tank where the actual
Share 2 bedrm. house Mrs. ext. 644.
zara at the NAS freezing takes place. The ammonia
for ice has been slightly above Ice produced plantis
Swist Ph. 2-0050 2-9243 af- Ride wanted from Spring Park
or in the coils in the
the manufacturing capacity of non-aerlated. That Is, it is liquid
ter noon. Manor, South Side, hrs 0730-
I to the air. Ice tank expands from a high pres-
the plant, according to Leolin N. frozen unexposed
Share home with couple 2636 1600 or 0800.1630, Betty Brad-.
aeriated to sure liquid to a low presure gas
leadingman engineman in which is or exposed
Dickey,
Myra St., Mrs. W, H. Cowart, dock, ext. 614.
Ph. 78516.Wanteddriver. Driving to N. Y and Boston. charge of the cold storage plant air freezes crystal clear. Non- therefore lowering the tempera
to San Francisco Leaving 1st wk in Oct. Re- On an average, he estimatedthat aeriated ice on the other hand, ture of the brine by taking heat
from' The brine in turn, takes]
it. ,
154 blocks of ice have been is thoroughly white. .
will all last turn two weeks. Room for 1 or '
pay expenses,
heat from the water in the freezing -
the freezing
Share made daily, while 155 have been How gigantic sys-
week in Octdber, Mrs. Wm. 2 male passengers. ex-
consumed. Usually, he said the tem works is a* complicated as a compartments thus lowering
Dickson, 2863 Oak St., Ph. 2- penses, George Grimm, Ph. 9- and in
Its temperature resulting
7344. 0944. consumption level is much lower difficult trigonometry problem.To

Riders wanted-going to Harris- Business lady will share home than the production level. Dickey, who has spent 31 years the water freezing.

burg, Pa., someone to help with couple., Children considered The ice plant is situated in the working with such systems, however AssistingDickey during the day
Ph. southeastern corner of the cold' the maze of machinery is it the plant is Alfred Waterman
drive. Lv. 27 Sept., Bill Wertz, Mrs. Evelyn Doonan,
watch.
A
Ph. 4-1836 after 1900. 27323. storage building. It consists of a as simple aa a first grade addf-, jngineman. on working
full of Intricate tion problem.'y 'rerce of'three'eight-hour .shifts I UrwrtntaJned
Exchange duty-John D. Gilbert Riders wanted from Lake Shore large engineroom
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AT3, VF-831, WAS Norfolk, Area or Wesconnet via Bland. machinery, with the freezing compartments To begin with: Dickey explain %Yen :days'''". a week.
Ik h .hKt ,.* around the
a
"' Job Code Class.. 6669-93. ing Blvd., hrs 0700-1530, AlbertE. and tank to the rear that the freezing process used at k.t.1If''t..r' ** I r ,
baby tttter-Cecile Bowen, 2031ll" Reeder, ext. 8384. left) of the room and the storage the ice plant 1 I. the Indirect' ay-] I\-\ r )':'J "
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