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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 27, 1951
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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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VOL-9 No. 26 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 27 Sept. 1951

.... Headquarters""of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commander-Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval DI&t-kt and" Commander Fleet Air Wing 11
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First Week Quota



Personnel Give 750 Pints


I During Initial WeekResponse


l of military and civilian personnel of this area

I I \" >> to the appeal for blood by the Department of Defense, has

Ir. ?4 been "most satisfactory," according to Capt. Julius C. Early,

;r. director of the blood donor program. here.
The full quota was met the first '' t-chd-- -
'I' to the Aimed Services
) YMifl week, when 750 pints were donated Blood and Blood DerivativesI :
f.Kt/. .. plus an additional 32 pints I Group In Washington, D. C., which
; steered the
which weie through
I is an operational group engagedin
: :: : \ / Jacksonville Blood Bank In order procuring needed supplies of
: stoles used the
not to deplete by
.' ,n... this nature, Comdr. Sproul has
Ii Naval -Hospital. spent the past nine months traveling -
!I' .. 'VuweQOOa d In the first few days of the between military establishments -
drive hete, the NAS Infirmary, assisting in standardizing
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r ?f'' 'Y'I i enter of the program, was pro te.hniques employed in collecting
I cessing 24 persons dally. Later blood.

FIRST CARNIVAL CHECK-Th'e first check -to the amount of $12,956.47-derived' from i this was stepped up to :30.: I Program Supplementary .
funds raised at the Navy Charity Carnival held last May, went to the NAS Jacksonville Auxiliary of Comdr. Mary T. Sproul, one of "The program now in operationat
the Navy Relief Society in ceremonies last week. Capt. Douglas T, Day, (left) NAS commanding: the only two WAVES that rankin I military establishments is supplementary -
.. '" officer presented the check to Chaplain (Capt.) Charles Dittmar, (second from rlghO), vice presidentof the Medical Service Corps, visited to that conducted by
.the auxiliary. Witnessing ceremony were Capt. Julius C. Early, general chairman of the 1951 the Naval Air Station last I the American Red Cross," she as
Carnival; Theodore Fritch special assistant to the chairman, and Comdr. James H. Armstrong, NAS week-end as technical consultantto serted. "Due to the fighting in
executive of I leer. The check is the first of a series to be presented to approved charitable organi the Armed Forces Blood Donor Korea, existing supplies of plasma
zations. Program now in progress. I became so short it was an urgent
-. -- -- --- necessity to set up the military

Bus Goes On Fliers Open Season Here |l program.All blood" donated in the cur-
t'rent drive which is scheduled to
i l continue at least until next July
New Route :1, and longer should a national
emergency develop, will go whollyfor
Saturday Against Stetson defense purposes, she stated.
-.. October 1st 1 The national quota calls for 000-
I 000 pints per month with a goalof
Beginning Monday'I the Jacksonville Navy's 1951 grid edition launches its campaign Saturday afternoon at I 3.000 pints per month set for
NATTCenter-Navy Exchange the Naval Air Station gridiron, taking on a fast and deceptive Stetson University combine the Jacksonville military area
I I' from Deland Fla. The kickoff is slated for 1 100. Assembly Line
(Mainside) bus will operate i
_on __ ________ Civilians. other than FederalI
on a new schedule and route, The Stetson Hatters move into start at the end positions. Karl in time. Jim Carnes. who started I employees, are also urged to do-
according to a recent an the local bailiwick as heavy fav- I Kautz, 220-pound former South the season as a guard, will fill in (Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 1))
'; nouncement.The orites by virtue of the 70-0 shel- Georgia College standout and at the post should DePasquali fail
bus formerly operated ev- lacking last week of Patrick Air Wilbur Sweat, 230poundeteran, to arrive in time. Hard running Blood Donations
ery 20 minutes fiom 0600 to 2240 Force Base, and a pre-game tri- will hold down the starting tac- returnee Mike Norman and Dar-
II r daily. Its point of origin i was umph over Eglin Air Force Base. kle berths, while William Robinson rell Spang, former Illinois State
from in front of the Naval Air That the Fliers will have their and James Heck, 215 pounder Teachers flash, will start at the Here Won't Affect
both will start at halfback slots, with Ralph Dees
Technical 1 Training Center Administration hands full there is no doubt. rewcorrers
Building. However, spirit in the Fliers' guard for the Fliers. Joe Kurash expected to begin at fullback. Local Bank QuotaThe
Under the change, however, the I. camp is high, much of it stem has practically cinched the cen- Good Reserves
bus will run only during three periods ming from determination to ter starting berth. Operating out of the single Armed Forces Blood
.- r of each day: a few hoursIn avenge last year's 55-0 beatingat I I In the backfield it will be Bob wing the Fliers can dig into their Program in no way affects
the morning and afternoon and the hands of these same Hat- DePasquali at quarter providinghe reserve power and come up with any arrangements between the
several hours in the evening. The returns from emergency leave such line replacements as Jack Jacksonville Blood Bank and
ionic change, effective only during ters.The Fliers' well conditioned Duncan and James Rice at end; any individual groups of per-
the evening run, will be a squad does not match Stetson's Weather OutlookWeathermen Walt Conrad and Godfrey Lanik sonnel.
atop at the Anchorage. in experience, but head coach at tackle and Joe Owens at Provisions allow the required
Every 20 Minute' I Lcdr. Harry Knicklebine's i at Aerology here guard. Ready to fill in the back- amount of blood for local needs
The NATTC Navy Exchangebus charges will give the invaders all look for a "good mixture" over field when called upon will be to be obtained from this pro-
will operate over the follow they can handle. I the week-end, with some wet fleet-footed Hank Doebler, Dave gram, donors in the quotas assigned -
ing route during the morning and Injuries have been plaguingthe weather and some hot weather. York Fred Moen, Gene Barbushand in the Armed Forces
afternoon runs: From the NAT- Fliers somewhat the past few I John Chiri.Operating Program will be used to fill
TC Administration Building west days, but over all the squad is in Friday Partly cloudy, with out of a Wing-T for- these needs as the occasion,
to Child Street, south to Enterprise fine shape, afternoon showers. Winds South- l mation the invading Hatters arises
Avenue, east to McFarland, Starters Named east. hot.Saturday. have speed, deception, a good All volunteers and their de-
.. Cloudy with possible and plus pendents who were not
south to Birmingham Avenue, The Fliers' line will average running passing game pre
east to Mustin Road north to Enterprise 205, while the backfield will tip afternoon showers. Winds plenty of depth. In their white- viously covered by arrange-
east toV a I p Street, I about 175. John Bernardi and Southeast. Continued hot. washing of Patrick last Satur- ments with the Jacksonville
north to Saratoga Avenue, west Clem DiLoreto, a pair of hard Sunday Same, with winds dav, there was little left to ask I. Blood Bank are now covered
(Please Turn to Page 8, Col. *5)) i I charging gridmen, will probably Southerly. I -(-Please_._Turn-to- Page-- 7, -Col. 2)._) .I under this program.
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WILL ST, T s. Jia .starting lineup for the Jar Navy center; William Robison left guard, Wilbur Sweat, left tackle and John Bernardl
Fliers whoDiLoreto o p te line, left to right are, Clem I I left end. In the backfield will be Bob DePasquali, quarterback (behind renter);
( ,rl Heck, right guard; Joe Kurash, Darrell Spang left halfack; Ralph Dees, fullback; Mike Norman, right halfback..
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,Ut'. ';13vy'CA- :{t- -' ,-. 800 Candidates Every 2 Months At OCS



Published every Thursday for Navy activities: at Naval All

Station Jacksonville. Fla.NAS, Jacksonville 20,000 Soldiers, Airmen May Get Bonus

Capt. Douglas T. Day. Commanding Officer
Comdr. James 11. Armstrong. ..?... ......... Executive OfficerLt. By Armed Forces Press Service) tions should reach BuPers. prior to October 15: .. .
Gordon D. Walker. ?....__...Public Information Officer The Xy has set a new quota of 800 officer 1951.
candidates every two months for train- .*
Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear
ing at the Newport, R. I., OCS. The new As a result of the lifting of restrictions on
...Commander
B. .
Adm. Osborne Hardison
quota not only doubles the existing of
,
promotion
program Army warrant officers to the
Chief of Staff
Alien Smith
Capt. but provides a limited number of openingsin higher pay grades, a program is underway .
Fleet Air Wine Eleven two programs previously closed, namely which will permit elevation to grade W-2 of

Capt Jesse S. McClure ...._.......___,_,, _.___. Commander Supply Corps and Civil Engineering. Also, a W-l warrant officers through lineal list No.
j Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton. .__Chief Staff Officer new change makes college graduates who 7263. W-2 warrant officers may go to grade ,'.
Naval Air Technical Training Center have not received.induction. notices eligible. W-3 through lineal list No 2227. W-3 warrants -

j Capt. Lester K. Rice ....__.____.____..._ Commanding Officer may go to W-4 through lineal list No.
Comer. John A. Gamon, Jr. .__.'____.. Executive Officer Th House Armed Services Ccmmlttee plansto 650. Selection will be on a "best qualified"'
hold hearings this month on the Kilday bill basis. -
Naval Hospital
authorizing payment of re-enlistment bonusesto .
Capt Dwight J. Wharton Commanding Officer approximately 20,000 soldiers and airmen Soldiers being processed at Separation Centers .., I,
Executive Officer
I Capt Guy E. Stahr who enlisted for indefinite periods prior to October no longer are required to execute VA

NARTU 1, 1949. Reports are that the bill standsa Form 2-P-22, which appointed one of several
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp, Commanding Officer good chance of reaching the House floor at authorized agencies to handle all of their vet
Comdr. Anthony Trusso._ ._ Executive Officer the current Congressional session, with prompt eran claims and benefits. Now the discharged
passage expected. soldier will be informed as to which agencies
Editcrial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration .
are authorized and available to handle his
Phone extension 8184.
building.
i The Veterans Administration reports that Claims and benefits, and he may apply to the
Editor-Andrew H. Planey: National Service Life Insurance dividend local unit of his chosen agency upon his return
+ Staff Members: Terry Ziegler, SA; Gerald Hynes, SN; Mary checks for Servicemen are now being processed home.
Bixiones, SN. and mailed as rapidly as possible. .
The JAX AIR NEWS fubllshed weetiy at the i U. S. Naval Air Station Brig. Gen. Joseph Kelly, 14th Air Division
Jacksonville. Florida, and piinted commercially with non-appropriated funds A total of 2,539 Air National Guardsmentook Commander, Travis AFB, Calif., has been ap-
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-&>, Rev
:--ov. 19t:). Copies are distributed tree ct charge at the Naval Air Station the specialist training: in regular Service pointed Commanding General of the Far East .
Naval Air Reserve fralnuij Unit. Naval Auxiliary Alr Station, Cecil Field, and schools during the fiscal year ending last June Air Forces Bomber Command, in Japan. He '
the U. S. Naval Hospital. 30. Of the total, 2,182 officers and enlistedmen will replace Brig. Gen.' Robert Terrill, who will
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service.FPS without. attended Air Force schools; an additional take command of the 14th Air Force in the
/ mateiial appealing In this' publication may not be reprinted
the written permission ol Aimed Forces Press Ser\lce. Republication of other 377 studied in Army, Navy, and special schools. U. S.
matter, except by service publications U p.ohl bltt'd without permission) oll.dllcr. The students represented every state plus .
: JAX AIR NEWS. Puerto Rico, Hawaii and the District of Columbia The Air Force is reactivating two Florida

bases: Pinecastle AFB at Orlando, and Mor-
rison Field West Palm Beach.
Aid Time Of Need
In
The Navy will consider applications from *
permanently commissioned Regular line officers The Army Quartermaster Corps has developed -

Relief Provides for designation as engineering duty officers. a new type of field pants designed for ... ..
Navy Society Only officers with designation "1100" will wear in temperate, wet-cold, or Arctic weather.

considered.. Applications are especially desired Officially designated as "trousers, field, cotton,
from officers whose date of rank is May M-51" the new garment has been dubbed
Financial Help Care, CounselPeriodically 1, 1946, and junior, who have completed postgraduate "knee-action pants" because of extra pleated
training in mechanical, electrical material over the knees, permitting freer motion -
diesel, petroleum, metallurgical electronics and The new trousers will become a part of r' '.
it is necessary to bring to the attention of officers ordnance engineering, or have equivalent educational the combat uniform when supplies of the pres-
nnd men the nature of services which me available to them from theirNavy background or experience. Applica ent field trousers are exhausted.
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Relief Society.The -

Society collects funds and uses them for assistance to Navy 1J/ee -encl Auxiliary Air

Ind l Marine Corps personnel and their dependents. It uses no government -
funds. r Unit 74,1Holds

/ 1//iney 1lt Notes
General purpose of the Society is to "aid in times of need," to Drills

provide "itjief of a distress", to give "help for the necessities of everyday fromNIIRTU

living when, due to an abnormal situation, these cannot be provided Auxiliary Air Unit 741 has Completed ..." ,

from the family lesources." its first quarter of monthly
drills since its commissioning on
1. in instrument
$:,>00,000 In Aid July Proficiency
flying was emphasized during the
The general policy is to render an effective service, graciously, VS-741 I Lcdr.
drills to
Last weekend was the first is Vernon B. :McGhie, AOUl according Stanley :
with full to the and self-respect of those who have W. Julian
regard dignity may commanding: officer.
.hat the has drilled without
squadron -
Lt. (jg) John R. Suthel land is I
As the Unit final
entered the
ton occasion to seek the aid of the Society. > Lcdr. Barnard. He was here
passing out cigars His new son
drill session this its
quarter, complement -
when the squadron was organized,
and heir arrived August 22.
included 16 aviators
Financial assistance takes the form of an outright grant or loan md many of the unit's pilots have Weighing 8.6 and going by the 5 ground officers naval, 2 chief l

without Interest which usually is repaid by a monthly allotment. lad the benefit of his guiding name of James Lewis. Congratulations petty officers, and 3 seamen. This .
land for more than four
Financial assistance is running the rate of $2,500,000.00 per year. years. number was increased last weekend
Tie squadron will miss "Bainie"ery i > '"
Assistance may be expected: by dependents of deceased personnel ,t.. much.Lt. when additional personnel

for the following reasons: Reiman A McDonnel has 0 & R DepartmentHas joined AAU the 741 unit.is one of three units
been recalled to active duty. Lcdr
operating out of NARTU Jacksonville
(1)) Financial help with immediate necessary expenses. Fohn B. McFerrin is transferring GS-10 VacancyThe Charleston, S. C., and ,.J'
(2) Assistance to widow in form of training for remunerative :0 squadron CV Fasron-741. Orlando are the other two units
employment. The pilots have secured a recreation Industrial Relations Depart In addition there is an Auxiliary
locker for the squadron ment last week announced the Ground Unit (AGU) at Tallahas
(3): ) Emergency expenses which require immediate attention. fatal gear is now stowed in one I existence of a vacancy at NAS

(4)) Assistance in care and education of minor children. jack: of cards.Everyone Jacksonville for Statistical As- see.The auxiliary units were formed
is checking his uniform sistant, GS-10 in the Overhaul and from the old Associated Volunteer

Aid To IVrsonnt-l, Dependent so that he will be ready for Repair Department. Units, Aviation, which were strictly -

Assistance may be expected by living personnel and their dependents the Annual Military Inspection in Industrial Relations Department voluntary on a non-pay status.
December. Memorandum No. 60-51 outlinesthe Members of the AAU now receive
for the following reasons: The squadron welcomes aboard requirements and duties of this pay, for one drill period a month,
(1) Hospital and medical expenses of dependents when a new pilot: Ens. James Robert position. Employees who feel they or one half that of the organized
Armed Forces facilities ere not available. Keller. Ens. Keller saw combat are qualified for this position and reserve.
(2)) Funeral expenses of dependents. action in the Pacific during World who desire to be considered should .
IVar. ILJoining submit Standard Form 58 to the She's Probably Right! .
Non of allotments.
(3) receipt family our squadron, after afear's Industrial Relations Officer, Build- Atlanta Ga. (AFPH)-.Because
(4) Basic living, when unexpected but necessary expenses active duty in the Pacific, I 1 I i ing EOT, no later than Sept. 28. her husband "drinks from mornIng -
.
have depleted family resources. I -- -- --- 'til night," a Fulton County

(5) Transportation in special cases of illness and death of I woman was applying for a di-

members of immediate family. vorce. Judge Ralph McClellan l
asked, "Has he ever tried Alco-
i holics Anonymous" The wife replied -
Some Plea. :Not Granted
: "I guess so, your Honor,
Assistance which may not be expected: z he'll drink anything."

(1)) Financing a standard of living incommensurate with K tirM .

one's pay and allowances. DIVINE / ,

((2) Financing business ventures, the purchase of homes, automobiles

television sets, and such. ;
: iirA- SERVICES
((3)) Financing vacations, liberty, or leave (except emergency .

leave). .. AT THE STATION CHAPELS ,., '

((4)) Financing marriage; or divorce. Protestant

((5) Paying taxes, payments ( n homes.' 0830-Morning I Services, All-
((6) Paying court fines. Saints ChapeL

4 .(7) Assisting! dependents of men who refuse to contribute 0915-Naral Hospital Chapel.
" D930 Sunday School Small Cha104SAll -
,
to the extent of their ability to th support of their fam-

ilies.n Saints ChapeL .J I
Catholic '
) addition to financial assistance, the Society makes available
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J 0830 and 0930-Mass, St. Ed : r'
Visiting nurse care, counsel from trained social workers, informationon ._ ward's Chapel.

government benefits, and assistance in transportation, housing and 0930 St Edwards' Chapel (Gate

medical 1030 Mass St. Edward's Chapel.
care of a situation, U endeavors to find an organization that can. the Armed Forces Blood Donor program conducted at the NAS Chapel.
0645 Mass Hospital
Infirmary, Robert Bochmke, UN (left) and Grover Me ton, 11M3, -. at
There are 42 Auxiliaries of the Navy Relief Society One is the (center), are given a restoring cup of hot coffee by Comdr. Mary Mormon
T. Thorton. Comdr. Thorton attached to the Washington D..c. Wednesday 1930-at Small Cha.
Jacksonville Auxiliary, located at Building 750, Naval Air Station, ; ,
operational for procurement of blood and I .
croup
Jacksonville, Florida. As you'bare reed of the Sod ty'* cervices, call)) the 'Armed Forces is visiting the station as tc \ me* .I .

tn your' auxiliary.. for the program If' Small Chapel.t ,

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To EA Board Of DirectorsStation I (Station Dialogue Dialogue" provides an! ,


I onnortumty for military and civilian 'iI
civilian employees will personnel of NAS to voice .
,
go to the polls Friday Oct. 5, to expire this year 'while next year. their opinion on a question put j
cast ballots for their representative five terms of office will expire.In to them by a Jax: Air News re- '
to the Board of Directors of the Overhaul and Repair Department porter.) 1\\J
the Employees Association. valid nominating petition .
L Election Supervisors will publish forms were submitted for Today's question is: "If you ''

information concerning the Ralph E. Bowen, Snapper Aircraft were given a choice, what duty .
time and place of voting within Mechanic General; Paul B. Chapman station would you choose and

their respective department and Quarterman Metalsmith; why" .
will furnish ballots containing the Milton B. Fulton Aircraft Inspector \

names of nominees. The ballot ; Joseph F. O'Connell Shop Darwin Yovaish, AN, VP-3: ;;
will also provide for the writeinof Personnel Supervisor; and DennisG.
.. .. candidates should employees Steadman, Aircraft Mechanic : :$5 "I'd like to b4 .. .

-- desire to vote for someone other General. [; j.l r 1i at Great Lakes
HKAINCH COMMISSARY
-Shopping was made c than those listed on the ballot. Candidate Llj>td ., 111. for it u .$.
Nomination of candidates was Choice of the Public Works Department
more convenient for Cecil close to my
conducted throughout the station and whose names appeared ':'
Field families with the
open. fiVl' in Rockford
y c during the period from Aug. 29 on valid nominating pet! home -
ing of a new Commissary
through Sept. 12. Official nom tion forms were James C. Jowers a 1: Ill. Being
Store Branch. Top photo shows f
the neat meat and fish count inating petition forms were made Machinist; Paul Longstreet, a single man !i
available to all employees and required Plumber; Richard L. Melshelmer, Yavaish
one of several spic and span
erg in Chicago
the liberty potential
Thomas B. Williams
the signature of at least Civil Engineer;
counters in the store. Amongthe "
first choppers (below) at :5'% of the employees in their de Automotive Mechanic; and appeals to me. .too.* "1 1i
Mrs. partment \' such petition. John R. Woodrum, Planner and
the Commissary were
Robert Burns, (left with her .a Pfo: petition required more than 50 Estimator, i Julian Fuller, AD1, X-2 Div. 1

daughter Debra and Mrs. Kob-( signatures.To Within the Miscellaneous Group i is m y
ert Elect Four valid petition forms containing the j
McGuigan. The election is held for the purpose required signatures were submit stay in !

of replacing four members ted for Charles D. Able, Indus kI'"fMS and "J,
Commissary whose term of office expires this trial Relations; Joseph M Cibul-
year. Membership on the Boardis ski, Security; William H. Harden, to stay ri';

composed of three members Security; Henry B. Masterson, Industrial j : I like the
Opens Cecil from Overhaul and Repair Depart Relations; and Edison O. I
ment and two each from Public Umstot, Industrial Relations. Fuller duty and it's ;a

Works Department and Supplyand Inasmuch as no valid nomination place for a married man, which !
Field BranchCecil t Fiscal Department and Miscellaneous petition forms were received lam." I

C Group. from Supply and Fiscal Depart h
Field now has its r > The Miscellaneous Group is ment a blank ballot will be issuedat John O. Thompson, AIC2 Fas-

own Commissary Store. The composed of the Communications election time providing for the ron 6:

Branch Commissary Store Administration, Operations, Med write-in of a candidate and the Tom "Give me
ical, Dental, Physical Trainingand employee of that department receiving Pearl Harbor.
was officially opened at the Welfare, Industrial Relations the highest number of i
_. estimation
In
r '. Naval Auxiliary Air Station Red Cross Office and Security Departments. Terms i votes will be declared the representative S- my '
it is
September 17. of office on the Board are so arranged member of the Supplyand : topjfor

Operated under the supermarket Gets New Member that the Board rotates in I. Fiscal Department for the 4'; liberty and ',

system, with self-service and part each year; that is, four terms Board of Directors. ," duty. The housing

meat counter clerk service, the Reporting this week for his first s for married

0' store has a complete stock of assignment with the AmericanRed Civilian Cafeteria Under Thompson men is all
foods and household items. Cross is Edward Grissett, who
The new store was establishedin will be associated with Field Director Navy housing and that means a

the old galley and mess hall, Allen Scarbrough. New Management Oct. 1 lot" *
following renovation of the building Before entering the service of
AO1 Fa-
Clyde W. Newton. ,
and installation of fixturesby the Red Cross, Giissett was with The Naval Air Station civilian cafeteria will be under new 6
the Public Works depart ron :
ment. the Diversified Cooperative Train management and operation beginning Oct. 1, it has been revealed. ., w, ..; "I want to g',
ing Program at Leon High SchoolIn '
The store serves approximately With the contract with the Slater to the Naval
Tallahassee. He la a graduatef
the cafeteria in orde
140 families living in housing at Florida State University there, System Inc., operator of the agement of : Air Develop.
the cafeteria operation as
Cecil Field, in addition to the cafeteria for the past several to keep
majoring in psychology and edu and worthy of employees ment Center at '
<
other "brown baggers" assignedto dOe to expire Friday, Sept. appealing "
years Wf
cation. participation as is humanly Johnsville, Pa.It's ;
units there. The nearest civilian 23, the Employees Association has
Owing to the increased workload possible. a small
.. shopping center is more than In the meantime negotiated a con.
fit" 10 miles away. born by Director Scarbroughsince tract with a new operator. Complaints on food whether i it station doing
Chief Pay Clerk Edwin C. so many young men and be quality, quantity or preparation experimentalNewton
Lawrence heads the staff of 14 women arrived to attend NATTC Morrison Food Services, Inc., a should be made known to the man work which I

clerks and assistants. The storeis schouls, an assistant field direc- subsidiary of the Morrison Cafe agement of the cafeteria as wel am very much interested in. It's:
a branch of the Commissary tor: was needed.Scarbrough teria, will assume operation of the as to the Employee' Association close to Philadelphia which I J
I civilian dining hall following the cafeteiia committee. think is the best liberty city in '
I Store at NAS Jacksonville under is asking now that
I Lt William W. Davis. ill personnel who hold Red Cross expiration of the Slater contract. Support Needed the world and also close to my ,

Mrs. Michael J. Fogas, whose instructor's certificates In swim- The Morrison i organization, Unless discrepancies are brought wife's home in Camden, N. J."

husband is a first class aviation ming and life saving, and in First which began in Mobile, Ala., in to the attention of responsible au *

l machinist mate attached to Carrier X.id. to contact Harold Anderson, 1920, has spread to Louisiana, thorities it is emphasized there is: Melvin Thompson, FN, PT and

Air Group Eight, was the in person, at Duval County Red Florida and Georgia. The new operators no way for them to be corrected Recreation: i
first customer when the doors Cross Headquarters, 2525 River- will continue to provide Every attempt will be made to< :: "South America Jj
" formally opened last week. tide Ave.. telephone 861 i. services to employees through the provide a Suggestion Box at the '" "' V"m:1 appeals to
Capt. H. F. Gingrich, Supply Supply canteen, the mobile unit as cafeteria for employees to cffei
and Fiscal Officer at NAS Jacksonville Doctor: "You're looking better well as the cafeteria. any suggestion they maye have for me. I've heard

headed the inspection since I gave you those sleepingills. Can Register Complaints, improvement of food, or any other a lot about it
party at the opening: ceremonies. ) ." The Employees' Association has matter which may pertain to ill'
.1 Patient: "Yes, doctor, I mixed emphasized to employees time and the cafeteria operation. In this: and I'd like to

hem with the rooster's meal, and time again that in order to hare way, the Association and the see it for my-
Cabbie Arranges he doesn't wake up so early." a successful cafeteria operation, cafeteria management may be self and I
patronage is necessary. A cafeteria cognizant at all times of em Thompson

Show For Naval They say that money talks, but committee has been assigned ployees' "gripes" and desires con could certainly use a change of
ill it ever says to me is "Good- within the Board of Directors and kerning the cafeteria.Special scenery. South America is my

Hospital PatientsBecause by," continually works with the man- I, scenery idea of" the perfect change oC .

Class .'
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driver, who a served kind-hearted with the Ma.cab .j I j : Ounce Of Prevention :,;

rifles in World War I, had a hunch .H. II< ".f ,.., At Center For
that patients at the Naval Hospital !
Given To
Incoming
might be finding their days a : ','

. .. bit monotonous, Ward C-2 enjoyeda Senior PO'SA
full program last Sunday of Students AI CenterThe

music and antics of Buster Ray special eight-day educational -
and his band. L class for senior petty officersof old adage. "An ounce o/

Eddie Meehan. who drives Safe .. various near-by Navy squad- prevention is worth a pound of
ty Cab No. 79, and resides at 216 '. "" ] rons and bases was graduated cure" isn't being overworked J
She field. first visited the Naval #i Tuesday from the Naval Air
Hospital about a month ago, when Technical Training Center. the NATTCenter Chaplain's office
his nephew an enlisted seaman, .' The course of instruction included -it's just receiving thorough util-
was confined there with serious methods of teaching, instructional za tlon.

injuries.: In order to cheer him aids, management,, The "ounce of prevention" lit

. up, as well as others in the ward, 3 the instructor's job and the given to the incoming students
Meehan rallied a few of his friends \ trainee. regularly each week before they; ,
in the entertainment world and Under Lcdr. Edwin Griffin,,, are assigned classes at the Center' 1l
brought them out to "put on a Training Facilities officer, and This is one of the requisites show." r Carl Reiterman, civilian tram checking in at the Center. j

The show "was a huge success. t ing co-ordinator, six civilian in. During the thirty minute inter "
II" :. that he received all structors and four Navy instructors .
So much ao, view with the newly arrived personnel ., 1l
sorts of requests for a repeat per. were kept busy with three the Center Chaplains present .- i
formance. different types of classes in the the information that will
'
Inspired thus to expand the pro- / :.i Instructor Training School. most benefit the students both
gram, he made arrangements with The school includes the A Class spiritually and socially. Every ef-

the Windmill Club for Ray and which is an instructors' training fort is made to insure the fact
members of his band, Including rtJem'vl class, B class, a fundamentalsupervisors' that the men will have an enjoy.
peppy little Pepper Prather, acrobatic class; and C Class,, able stay here in school.
entertain the for prospective supervisor in.
I dancer to The students will fill out a form
I boys Meehan himself provided structors. with the following Information on
session .
This special eight day
,6 \4- transportation for the players, be- '
I, 0. included men from NAAS Cecil it: Their religious preference, ant< "
sides sacrificing: tares for the af .. $.- ,.... status, whether they are baptized
ternoon. ..... : 'e," .. Field, NAAS Sanford, squadronsand :]
Fasrons at Naval Air Station, or confirmed; their musical talents ,".
Shy and unassumingMeehan hazards left and Jax who will now apply what ; their marital status. :They ., '
would only that the pleasurethe FIRE WARNING-There will be no fire no ";
show say obviously gave the patients individual carelessness, if the new fire prevention signs being they have learned to both groups are invited at the bottom of this s
form to make personal: comments. ,
.
obeyed. It's all in and individual in their respective
in Ward C:2 was all he posted by the station fire department are preparation .
These comments are carefully .
Meehan also served for Fire Prevention Week Oct. 7-13. The sign above is being facilities. .
for.
hoped durtng World War II as assistant painted by Joe Griffith under the critical eye of Alfred Starmanski Chief Bryce Worrock AMC, .screened selves by the Chaplain then ;"''..'

engineer in the Maritime Service. fire marshal of the Supply Department. I acted as instructor.

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JMtoCK THE TAU YAWt.AN DON'T TtLt we WHAT \
VVMCtL -' THfaE KY'3 ;ifY KINO of POP GAEL
won't Ftr. KMNT FINO Nf OM A 5M-J, t'VE tSEfN
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have been In full L La
NAkNS tN HFAiF A PKCI MAM IN A' VF I Operations .
? fr1R ENrw YEARS. 'I win i g in the telephone office.
Those in the receiving line were I
Katherine Hodges, operator, who !!
& is now recuperating In Georgia; :
\- 7cq3 Callie Self, opeator, recuperating I
at home, and Margaret Hyde, whois
back on the job.

Frances Dowling, operator, is ..
back at work. Frances has an-
other offspring, "Woody". Thisis
her third. Ruth Barrow, operator ,
spent the week-end at the
Beach and says she had fun. Edna
Kilbom, operator, !Is no longer with .I
._,
-
,,,, us.Edith Brooks tells us that hub
:
..+w, "'' NAVE 70 QC f TC toGC7 'f NE cCpMMti35Alt by burned his feet and she had

stsM ./' to cook her own breakfast and
fix her own lunch last week However -
: I Edith says she feels like she
vOV i is on a vacation now for hubby'Is
; ,. :+HAt.t. 1 ST'AP.T ANY GF tf ; back on his feet which means'
'', s.. Ta eLecn T SRAkf.SY MtJ' "..tp.f he is back on the job, fixing her
; ) lunch and breakfast. (Some girls
get all the breaks).
1 :A QUIET DAY We miss our boas! Comdr. Rich
:yitt cr ard L Mann, Public Works officer
W.rn THe had to leave over the week-
u. gp pItRCTiCAt CHtEi, end for discussions in Washing
s Y ;6 WHV CAM'T i .ItrST TAkE ton.
A tOOK I 7 wAVE -- CHECK CREW Transportation reports: Turley
-Yy ALtti THE SPARS ARE tNTl DeBevoise left Saturday for Niagara
+c CtJAST GuARa.IFasron Falls, New York and Phila-
m mm..m.n._._ n.n.m __ _______ ..._ ___ delphia on two weeks' leave.
,
Intra-mural sports fever invaded Made Taylor reports she has located -
9, VP-741 Fasron 109 ReportScouting I the squadron and personnel a house in Southside and
began thinking of coming eventsin intends to move this weekend.She .
I ; touch football, golf, and bowl- and hubby have been commuting -
ing. The latter team is composedof approximately 85 miles .;
i Jacksonville Area SquadronsFasron Comdr. William E. Chase, each day to White Springs, Fla.
George Warner AMS3, Andrew Louise Bragg is spending two
Leschak, AE1, Albert Meier, weeks on active duty in the Naval '
] 9 testants. -- gents. AMCAP) and Thomas Tabaka Reserve. William Simcokehas

Immediately after the first VP-741 Fasron 109 AN James C. Herndon, ADC is taken this week on leave to ",

call for blood donors! was By using the Saurian symbol Under the able supervision of manager of the team. house! paint.
sounded at quarters last Monday i of Florida, Dick Peters' designfor of Ensign Roderick W. Miller the New faces around squadron Joseph Bridges caught 26 mullet
a squadron insignia has been squadron's educational office has; spaces are William W. Kurth, at Matanzag over the week-
morning
enough squadron I selected from those submitted. joined the recent trend toward PRC, who came here from NAAS, end. Louise Ferebee of Contract,
members gathered around I His design like many of the oth- enrollment of personnel in vari. I Saufley Field, Pensacola and hubby, John and son, Spence, went
and placed their signatures I James D. Hall SN who fin- to the Beach Sunday and all came
on ers, employed the Florida alii- : ed self-betterment correspondence just
the roster so that the squadron gator. I courses and at last count ished a tour of sea duty on the back with nice tans. We under-
stand that John got taken for a
quota has been exceededby San Juan, P. R.. was again the they were making excellent progress Franklin D. Roosevelt. ride three
Sunday night by girls
scene of the R.O.N. hop. Despitethe toward 100ri> enrollment by Two departee "from Fasron 109
well over 100 per cent. (one being his wife, of course*,
October 1,
high prices of some jtems, are Kenneth F. Shaw, AO1, and
Helping the unit along to fly Lcdr. Tom Ray's crew thoughtthe Hard work and study has paid Raymond E. Ringenberg, YN3 but that couldn't have been hard
ing colors was the Administrative venture worthwhile. for three of the squadron's men. I who were ordered to report to to take by any man. "
Department which turned Dondld Klosowski and Thomas From Maintenance we hear that I
With the departure of VP-741's Miami for duty.
out 100 per cent.Congratulations. sister squadron, the patrol outfit Tabaka have been advanced from Fred Murray is back from his vacation -
are to be ex- is "the last of the Mohicans" AA to AN and Doyle Scroggins However, we're sorry that
tended to Stuart E Krackow, the whe: former NARTU Jax units I made the grade from YNSA to I Traffic his wife was taken ill and hope
tall lanky gentleman who is YNSN. she is better soon. Clifford Murray -
usually
are concerned, in this area.
covered with spots of India Those climbing the VP-741 Congratulations from shipmatesto Violations I and Henry Foster are back
ink and smelling of developerfor gangway "with bags, records, Wallace L. Sturdivant, AD3, after a week's leave. Fred Kim-
at least being mentioned in and transfer papers' this week who has re-enlisted for another '! brell and Roy Joyner ark on leave.
the Fasron 9 "News Letter" in were: Mel Riggs, AK3 from NAT- six-year cruise and to John R. Listed below ate the traffic violations Alene Brumbaugh is slightly miss-
recognition of his efforts on be- TC, to aid the "S&A 307" gang, Gregorcy, AE2 who welcomeda committed aboard this I i ing her hubby. Wouldn't be sur-
half of the squadron educational and Joe Maroney, ATAN, from newcomer to the Gregorcy fam- station for the period September prised if she flew up to see him .
system and the insignia contest.A FAETULant, to help pass the ily recently. The new son and 13 to September 20. before long.
welcome chance to further word on matters electrical.Joe heir weighed in at 8 lbs. and 3 j Speeding: E. T Bonner TN. i Mac Mcgonigal had on a mighty ,,,.
polish up their entries in the Ce- Senecal, AMAN will soon ozs. Involved ,In Accident: N VV. loud shirt Monday morning So
cil Field intra-mural touch foot- be trudging over to disbursing in Henderson. loud till he was heard all the way
ball league and the golf tourna- order to have his new wife list- I Multiple Offenses: R. J. Lub- over to Building 902. Leroy Tos-
ment was taken by Fasron 9 ed as a dependent.Lt. Seminar ForChaplains I king, AA (Please. Turn to Page 6,_Col. 5) .
when it was announced those two "Buzz" Gamache's and Joe -- -- -- "
activities have been delayed in I Giglio's bowling squads handed I 1'------
opening action in order that cer- defeats to both the NAS Ordnance Set {. Ji
tain other units may field con- I and FAETULant's contin- :

FASRON 109 CHIEF RETURNS i For Oct. 2 i

I Plans for, a seminar to :

FROM DUTY ON FRENCH SHIP I which all clergymen of the _

Jacksonville area have been
......., >v
Attention! Attention! Avions invited were announced by ,j;.
qui arrivent porte-avion or wordsto dures. Capt. Charles I A. Dittmar,
that effect were the ones that I ,
Herbert DeCuers, ADC of FAS- I I For three months, while the carrier Senior Chaplain of the Jack- i: ..
ron 109 heard while serving TAD I was being readied, the chief sonville Naval Air Station.The _
for six months on the French car took the French gasoline crews six-hour session, featuring .<. .
; rier LaFayette, formerly called through the U. S. Naval Aviation a discussion on the use of audiovisual : :V''
the USS Langley (CVL27) which Gasoline School in Philadelphia presentation in the Navy's '
was taken out of mothballs and so as to prepare them for the time character guidance program, will 1;
presented to the French as partof when their American mentors begin at 1000 October 2, in the : .
the new armament program. wouldn't be along to assist I Chapel. Attending will be Naval .
Chief DeCuers, 23 other CPO'i .When the carrier put to Reserve as well as active duty ';
and ten commissioned officers operating oft Quonset Point sea'i Chaplains from the area.
were aboard to brief the novice 1 Norfolk, the new sailors were The Seminar here is the first in ,
crew on American flight proce- through their paces under I a series of four such meetings ,... .. .
cruise conditions. To prove their scheduled for the Sixth Naval + "
proficiency the pilots, all French, District during the month of Oc-
made 1,000 landings on the flattop. tober. Similar groups will gatherat
the Parris Island, S. C. 'Marine alfr
Italde acting in an unofficial Corps Recruit Depot on Oct. 4; I ( -
capacity as aviation gasoline fuel. at Naval Air Stations in Pensa- I ..
i iiA ing crew chief, DeCuers was unofficial coa, on Oct. 8 and Memphis, on j
interpreter for the liaison Oct. 12. All four seminars will jj
group and would frequently find be conducted by Lcdr. T. J, Mul- j ,
himself roused out of the rack at lins, a representative of the Chap- \
any hour during the evening to lain's division of the Navy Depart
help solve some problem that had ment.
arisen through the language bar- "The Navy" I" especially eager I
lier.Of that civilian clergymen .attend
the 850 men aboard, approxi- these meetings," stated Capt. Dit-
mately 8070 are ,veterans of the tmar, "so that we may learn from .,
fighting ,in Indo-China where the their experiences in character t
French nationalist forces are en- guidance and in turn familiarize
N gaged in quelling the communist them with the Navy's efforts in
insurgents. this field. It is our firm belief
According to the chief, "Al- that character Is not fixed at the
f though they were unfamiliar with age of seventeen and that the ,SPOTS BEFORE YOUR EYES-Now: "halt" this, all you gals
carrier operations, they tried hard Navy has therefore a definite responsibility who want to know how to hold a man! Shapely Jane Liddell says
and when the ship put to sea on toward the young that longer hair will do it. However, Jane"seems to have all that
Herbert DeCuers her own a* the K.N.S. Lafayette people serving within Its oiganization. and a lot more. If you want to .sec more of her, he'. appearing
v Gets French Medal they were well (qualified." ." I in the film "The Blue Veil. ,4


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, I Around Breezing 0 & R I! Submit By October Requests 1. For i I




NROTC Exams !

O&R Department partIcIpation the marshes this season, and for
1 In the Armed Forces Blood< those who are not familiar with Personnel desiring to take ,

Donor Program commenced )las the Florida law, should read it, i .b.x. the examination for enhance' !

* week with quotas being filled entirely Fishing: Chiefs Eldee Tilley,, ; into the Naval Reserve Offi-
with military volunteers. ADC, and Ernest E. Winborne,, I cer Trafning Program have
This week a mixture of civilian ADC, can vouch for the fact that '
end military volunteers commenced the bass are still giving fishermen until Monday, Oct. 1 to sub-

the Blood Donor parade "sass" down Green Cove way. mit requests.

The 'civilian volunteers were leadoff They opine (others, too) that the Originally, all requests were to
by Harry A, Burn, Production fishing will really be good this have been submitted to the NAS
Superintendent, followed by other week-end. According to one wit,, Personnel Office prior to Sept. 20.
.J senior civilian supervisors of tin the large mouth, small mouth and However, the deadline has since
department.Mr. big mouth will all do their stuff. been extended to Monday, Oct. 1. I
The large mouth In the grass flats;
: Burn was most enthusiastic lakes and The Navy wide examination,. '
the small mouth in the ;
in his praise of the expeditious the big mouth 'in the "bars" and I which is given annually, will be j
and courteous treatment he received I conducted December 8, 1031. It ;
.
.. not sand bars. Seriously, check \
.I at the Blood Center. In Laws in certain counties in will determine the selection of enlisted -. ;
fact, he intimated that his expert your the"outlaw" I men from the regular Navy '
the central part of Florida,-as
of such for enrollment in of the 52
tnce was a pleasant nature plugs are barred in some one !
that he wants to go bad of them civilian colleges participating in ,
for a repeat performance as soon the NROTC program.

as the doctors will permit. Process Division Enlisted men successfully pass- !
CHAIN STITCII-You're right, that's a CPO behind that crochet -
The O & R Department respons< Notice all Process Division Per- hook. Chief Aviation Ordnanceman Glen Stoker of Fasron ing the test this year will enter t
'to this essential program has beer sonnel--Let's make this column in one of the colleges as Midshipmeninto
Six is shown with some of his handiwork, including leather work.
so overwhelming that Milo Jonei the Jax Air News a good one. This beautiful table cloth is just one of his masterpieces.. lie's been NROTC in the fall term, 1952.A .
and Chief McIntyre have beer Let's have news items by Thurs- crocheting sa hobby for over a year few requirements for a can-
kept busy with volunteer lists and day of each week --- deadline at didate into NROTC are as follows -
the scheduling. 1500. 'Give us the facts we will : Be a male citizen of the !
Good Tool
A Job
write up the article. Each shop United States, be unmarried and

JD.l* Uon ItennqAs supervisor Is a reporter, each em- never have been married, be.a.
ployee contribute For further high school graduate or the equivalent I
inspectors' y to the Say may Crocheting May Be For Ladies
ings Bond Drive, these thoughts information see Paul Chapman I I thereof, be not less than 17 i
will be uppermost in their minds I: or Mary McCann in Process Division or more than 21 years of age on
bonds through Office. Births, marriages, July 1, 1052, and enter into a contract I
Buying today } : But This All
Uncle Sam's plan trips and personal accomplishments Guy's Doing Right I with the Secretary of the I

Means a safe investment we are all news. Be sure to Navy. Further and complete Information -
cannot afford to ban. Include full names and rates of ,Crocheting is usually on the NROTC programcan
'oub --h---had
is with
he
all In items. says, be obtained at the Education
news
persons your
A look forward to the future thought of as a woman'swork
little from
callose his
| finger
John Tice, Leadingman Machinist a on Service office, Main Administration -
\
that Is ours it might be little
so a 'running the thread over it. '
has been transferred into Ma- Building, Room 141.
wise to
Will convince
us we are
.. provide for leisure houis. chines Branch. He will be replacedas bit of a shock the first time The tablecloth, which Chief ,
" Our investments will be used tc Process Division Planner by you look into the Fasron Six Stoker considers his masterpiece,

help national defense.To Bill Fleming, Leadingman Machinist. Ordnance shack and see a was completed in a little over Instructor School :
four months. The cloth measuressix
support the cause for freedom rugged ordnance chief sittingat
Division has foot across.
The Process just
cents.with our dollars and OUT begun to awake to the fact that it the desk crocheting. Chief Stoker's wife did all of Man Is NATTC '

r ... We can also lend a helping hand I has plenty of supervisory mater- Feeling that he was equal to her work by looking at another
here at home (Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 2) anything that his wife could do, design but could not read the
the rise of Infla t Glen R. Stoker, AOC decided patterns from the pattern books. Sailor Of WeekOne
By curtailing
about a year ago that he would When the Chief started to crochethe
tion with our loan. learn to crochet. found that it was a lot easier
and of two Chiefs to set up
Everybody. Let's buy, buy
Since that time Chief Stoker for him to read from the patternsso training facilities at NATTCenter,
and buy!
his wife has learned that
has made remarkable now
progresson Raymond C. Martin, AMC, of theInstructor's
Edward H. Butts, Chief Inspector -
in self defense.
trick
his rather unique avocation.
is hoping that he Is endowed Training School, has
The Chief also does a considerable -
He has completed numerous
been chosen the Training Center's -
with the "Wisdom of Solomon and
amount of leather work, a
doilies and pot holders and a
instructor of the week.
the patience of Job. The last SALTY HUMOR FROM large tablecloth just to mentiona hobby he had, before he took up
count of applications for the positions few. the crochet needle. He does most As a child "Red" led an eventful -
of inspector within the O&R HERE AND THEREA of his work just for fun. life. His' father, a salesman,

,., Department showed a total of 300. With the advent of Chief Sto- He has been in the Navy for continually moved from one townto
The Inspection Bowling Team is mountain school teacher cor- kers crocheting, he and his wife the past eleven years and has another in Ohio and Indiana.In .
getting started. Headed by team rected a boy who had said, I ain't teamed up on several articles and served aboard the USS Lexington this time, Martin attended at

captain Charles L. Saxton Sup- gwine thar. at present are working on a full Saratoga, Hawaiian Islands, least 20 different schools.

ply Inspection division met for the That's no way to talk. Listen: size bedspread. They expect the Norfolk and VF42.At After his graduation from high
first time Sept. 11. Their first I am not going there; thou art bedspread to take them the bet- present he is in charge of school in Stilesville, :Martin
game was with the Plant Division, not going there; he is not going ter part of a year to finish. the files and general office workin worked briefly with the Ohio
and they claim some of the "rust"got there; we are not going there; you First item Chief Stokel under- the Fasron Six Ordnance State Game Commission. Laterhe
scraped off. Their chief wor- are not going there Do you get took was a pineapple doily. Only shack. was a laboratory technician in
ry now is Saxton. They ate afraid the idea ? a division of the Allied La bOI a-

his alley."loft" won't drop through the Yessur, they ain't nobody gwine. 'Over The Hump', He Tells Why tories. .

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.... The lads at the corner drug 'Martin entered the Navy on
Thee inspection guys are really store 'were exchanging stories He Would Choose Navy Again"If July 9, 1941, in Indianapolis. He
"up and at 'em". Seems they about their: experiences with the took his boot training at Great
play as hard as they work. Understand opposite sex. LaVes, 111., and, upon completion
that Lcdrs. Frederick C. I had to do it all over ; attended Aviation Metalsmith
ti-;
Aw, sniffed one. Girls are a ; the USS Ranger, aboard
Kldd, Robert H. Thelen, and School in Pensacola.
.l Chiefs Paul V. Moon, ATC, Wil- dime a dozen! again, would I choose the which he made Chief Boatswain

bur I. Geiger ADC, and Leo T Gee, sighed a younger lad, who Navy as a cal'eer1" Mate and became hanger deck The with next various ten years Aviation saw out-him

Marchel, ALCAP), are also members had remained silent until now. That is the question prevalentin chief. serve "Red" firfct,
in the Pacific.
of the O&R Golf Team now And all this time, I've been buying the minds of most Navy men Short tour of duty as chief fits
being organized. i jelly beans! who are pulling their "twenties" master-at-arms of NAS, Norfolk taught servicemen in 1943.' The
location of his "school" was on
The water you see pouring off today and aboard the USS Arkansas fol-
the faces of our hard working test Visitor': Sonny, what's that But what about the men who lowed. Then Lcdr. Bedwell wentto Guadalcanal. In 'the next seven
pilots in the Flight Test Inspection noise I hear? are already "over the hump"? Quincy, Mass., for the com- years, he become more Interested ;

.. division is not rain, folks, it's Sonny: Ma's dragging Pa's Take Lcdr. Paul Bedwell for missioning of the old Wasp, CV-7. in teaching and worked in in several different -
educational -
tears. Fact Is, the boys are lamenting pants down the stairs. instance. He has an answer for He was alight deck Chief 'aboardthe programs
the last month of the Visitor: That shouldn't make the question. And his answer carrier until it was sunk in squadrons.. -
quarter (must be awful). Accord- that much noise! shows logic inasmuch as he has the Coral Sea on Sept. 15, 1942. I *
ing to them, their work is piled Sonny: It does when Pa is in pulled the long haul from "deck Returning to the States shortly ll up and they are getting behind 'em. ape" on the old South Dakota In after, Bedwell became a Lieu- jl instructor' came in June, 1950: ,
" ,4 schedule. Now, they aren't com- 1919 to his present rank at the tenant junior grade. He then when he applied for duty.as an
plaining, but who was it asking Glad to see' you getting to Naval Air Technical Training Center served aboard the USS Bunker instructor at the Naval Training
about a tr'ansfer'JlIroy Is here school on time these mornings, Hill during the Battles of the Gil- : Center in Memphis. There he was i-
excuse us, Kilgore Is the name, said the teacher. "Would I do it over again," the berts, Rabaul and the Marshall! graduated from Instructor school.He .
Jack E., ALCAP( ). Glad to wel- Yes, sir, I've got a parrot now. officer pondered. "Yes, I'd do it Early in 1944 he taught at the then began teaching fundamentals ""
come him aboard. A parrot! Young man, I told over again. And if I had the second I of supervision. Three \
Now whadda ya know, we gota you to get an alarm clock.I chan.e, I'd hope I'd see and months later, he began teaching .
winner. garland of roses will never seem to hear alarm be again with the old shipmatesthat instruction.
be presented to Lt. (jg) Don Howard clocks, explained the student, but made my :31 years in the With Chief Gerald Darring, ."
who, we hear, has won the now I've got this parrot. And Navy such a pleasure." Martin set up training facilities
"Acey-Ducey" championship. Rumor what the parrot says when the Only 15 years old at the time, at the Naval Air Technical TrainIng !,
i says that Martin E Denton, alarm wakes him up is enough to Paul Bedwell entered the Navyon Center, Jacksonville.: Both
'of, ADCAAP( ) (the loser), has "bloodin wake anybody a "kiddy" cruise on Aug. 26, started and graduated the first
his eyes" and is determined to 1919. He was assigned to the class of instructors here.
win next time or know the reason Pat: Smoke? USS South Dakota, an old ar- _...'

" why. Mat: Nope. mored four-stacker cruiser, after CVE Pre-Commissioning School at
.... ". ;L Pat: How come? going' through boot camp in Nor- Bremerton, Wash. .

r l We are worry to report that Mat: Kissed my first woman end tolk. Apprentice Seaman stowedhis However, due to the shortage of "
Warren H. Thompson, Process and smoked my first cigarette on the hammock, was assigned to the 'I flight deck officers in the fleet,
Accessories Inspection Division, same day. Haven't had time for deck division, and manned the rail Mr. Bedwell commissioned the
will have to spend an indefinite tobacco since. as the S. D. pulled out of Norfolkfor USS Shangri-La at Norfolk and .

period of time in the Veterans China served aboard her eight months.It '!. :
Hospital at Lake City. Anyone A lecturer was making a stir- Later he spent four years as was on this ship that four years'

J living over in that vicinity or go- ring speech regarding the type of a Coxswain of a torpedo retreiver continuous carrier duty caught up 'I,
ing that way stop for a visit with milk which should be supplied the in Piney Point, Md., aboard the with him. He reported to San :
him. Hospital days can get mighty school children. "What this town US.S Wyoming, the UUS Wright, Diego Hospital with battle fatigue. .. '
w lonely. A card would help. needs," he roared, "is a supply of and the USS Jason. He returnedto
NATTCenter last
Reporting to
Leo E. Nobles, AMC, and James.M. clean, fresh milk, and it is up to the United States in 1927. Ship- I he to Lieu .
January, was promoted
Johnson, AD3, have received you voters to take the bull by the ping over he then went aboard I tenant Commander in July. He in
their orders. Chief Nobles Is horns and demand it." the USS Concord at Charleston, S. I
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headed for Fasron 106 Arg ntia, I C. By this time, Bedwell had' ter.now l'
Newfoundland and Johnson drew Author; ':I once got JI0 a made second class Boatswain

VF-44, Cecil Field. ,+( word.. : 't.-'I->" '\ t -., ... ,., .....'1fI'. ...... Mate.In Veteran of 31 years service, "Yes," the officer'sigh, "I'd do
p. ., : 1931 he transferred to Paul Bedwell checks the It all over again. Now that I'm ,
Hunting: Our hunters of the JWi !\ : ",J.' 'ft o >>,_ was Lcdr "
week should try their hand'' at, th t'l.'/, 4 l1" ; ;!! .... the USS Mississippi. After 18 lashings on a newly arrived a young Lcdr., maybe some of the
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.A '-. Sports Writers
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i l'tl (By Armed }'ort'el'rf08s Sen'ice) Need Is Urgent

Baseball and football professionals and coUf'giateaggrf'gatlons and rain ushered in the first week of intra-mural footballat
; have been forced to share the athletic spotlight of late-things are The JAX AIR NEWS is in NATTCenter, with the American League's Aircraft Maintenance

J popping on the Service sports front. desperate need of sports writ- eleven emerging from the dismal weather as the only unbeaten and
Championship baseball teams in all the Forces have gained new ers. Gerry Ilynes, SN, lone untied team.Steamrolling.
staff writer and Ed Nel- u.
sports
Maintenance top-
titles with the help of unknowns
., list AN who has been assisting straight tosses but the threat
and former stars of the majorsand from football lineups this fall. ped its 2-0 win over Personnel -
minors Ft. Myer whipped Lieutenants Joe Bartos and Ed Le- part time, are both headed with an impressive 25-14 victory was stopped by an interception

Ft Eustis at Griffith Stadium, Baron, former pros, are making this week for the Journalist over previously unbeaten I by Stein.
D. C.. for the Middle their yardage in Korea as platoon I School at Great Lakes. NATTC Medics last week on theCenter's The final American League
Washington I
I Inter-Service diamond leaders. Bob Scott, unanimous With the coming of football gridiron. game saw Personnel and Supply
Atlantic
Dan choice for the 1950 all-Marine season, plus the huge intramural The pfgskinfest between the I play to a 6-6 deadlock.

: crown.O'Connell Ex-major and Sam leaguers Calderone set eleven, was lost to Quantico this undertaking personnel will Medics and Aircraftmen opened National League football action
year with a broken ankle. no doubt wish to be Informedof with a bang, for the medicinemen got underway last Tuesday afternoon -
the pace at bat and a minor i iptch sports doings at the station. crossed the double chalk AN (P) Students and AK
league star Bob Purkey, gamed But must School came out of their frays
Ar SgtMad \\hitfield continues someone keep up mark early in the first period
honors.
with the activities and with victories over AO Studentsand
report with a long aerial from Phil
.
to set the world afire In
same for readers. Bland to Walt Korfel. Though the AK School respectively
track. He's the strongest Service .
Honors in the Southwest were Any personnel interested in extra point failed, the Medics led -
won by brokke Army Med Cen- bet in the 1953 Olympics I covering sports for the JAX 6-0. AN (P) ,Students sparked by
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ter over Vance AFB in a four- Army M/Sgt. Hulet Ben- AIR NEWS are requested to Receiving the kick-off, the their brilliant quarter-back Roy
of-seven series. Glenn I Mickens. ner Hill defend his national pistol contact the editor in Room 123, maintenancemen roared down the Evans opened the scoring early
Jules Hudson, Ed Fetzer and Jim title In California this month Main Administration with the lean Texan tossed a 30-yard
building, muddy gridiron some sen-
1TC Mal Fox of Aberdeen
hurled four straight to Bernie Gramling. Evans
Upchurch or phone extension 8184. sational passing by John L. Sul- pass
a for Brooke. Only Fetzer had has been named one of the top flipped another for the
wins Although; experience is de- livan. The airmen tied the score pass extra -
tennis contenders in 'the Mid-
previous minor ball experience. I sired, it is not absolutely neC- minutes later on a John L. Sulli- point.
Atlantic States.It Later AO Students stiffened
P. Sullivan
essary. Applicants should pos- van to Joseph pass.
1 Two other minor league pitchers all adds up to an attractive sess a fair knowledge of all Midway in the second period, their defense on some outstand-
have excelled in Service ball. sports picture for the troops by sports. John Sullivan unlimbered his ing blocking by Segrina and Jack:

I Hal Valentine leads Ft. Knox the troops. With Ted Williams, arm and pegged the oval squarely Glendinning. The two teams
pitchers with a 0.39 ERA and Joe DiMaggio and other stars to Robert Gage, who jaunted battled on even terms throughthe
Harvey Haddix, destined for the slated to play for troops in Japan Courses across the goal. The Aircraftmen second and third periods, but
Cadd before Service, tops the Ft. this winter and Andy Varlpapa Evening missed the' extra point but helda in the final stanza, Roy Evans "
Dix staff. having Just completed a bowling; 12-6 lead over the Medic again unloaded his deadly arm
tour through the same area, no with some perfect strikes to Red
Offered At Jax
wonder Servicemen rate sports Meek and Bernie Gramling.;
made
into Maintenance easily
Service teams have crept an-
headlines. Gramling then ran 18 yard:
college football schedules this fall. other six-pointer later. Effective down the sidelines on a pitch-
And on the Pacific Coast a Navy Junior CollegeThree blocking by Bill Landgroff and out. From there Evans faked a
TO THE DOGS?
team of all-stars played the Los John McLaughlin enabled Sulli- and circled his right ,end
Angeles Rams. Pros Glenn Da- HarrUburg. Pa. (AFI'S) .- The new courses in the eve- van to dash 12 yards around theMedicinemen's pass for AN (P's second touchdown.
vis, Norm Van Brocklin and Bob State Legislature voted down a line.
Evans also scored the extra pointon
ning of the Jacksonville
bill which would make the Great program
Waterfield presented a formidable Early in the third quarter the a run, giving AN (P) Students
attack to the sailors. Their league Dane the commonwealth's legal Junior College have been an- Medics rallied and picked up two a 14-0 win.

and the Pacific Fleet's loop are mascot. nounced today by Benjamin L. points when Chet Ingram fumbled One point gave AK School the

the most active in the Armed IT' Barton, college registrar. a pass from center and was victory over AE School. The

Forces. "Introduction to Philosophy," dropped behind his end zone. A score was 1312. Led by Paul
BreezingContinued "Analytical Geometry" and "Bus- long pass from Phil Bland to Piquet, Coach Nat Craigs' future
Throe' Marine' will be missed iness Statistics" will be offeredby Walt Korfel gave the Medics the storekeepers played a fine of fen-
from 5)
( Page
touchdown they needed to lead siva to edgfe their
game oppo-
regular faculty members.In .
lal. deserted during
The place was
the Maintenancemen.
nents. Len Lubinskl led the AE
the recent Quarterman Lead- addition, the following
.> Blood Drive standard With the Medics ahead two attacks.
ingman examinations. evening courses are also
points, the maintenance eleven Thursday's National play saw
scheduled General Be-
: Biology
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began to put up a stiff fight in the Marine Air Detachment top
gate blood through their local Red Dominic C'nmniUao. MS Lead- ;min"j Typewriting and Shorthand the last quarter. A few runs Training Facilities, 14-6. In another -

, Cross chapters. ingman, and George Lamusga, MS Elements of Accounting, through center failed to gain National League encounter,

i A streamlined assembly line 3rd step both of Shop :3210: have Business, Law Federal, Intermediate Income Tax-Accounting much yardage for them, but a AE School bounced back from

( procedure in procuring blood hasbeen just returned from a one week ation, Advanced Accounting, Ec- Sullivan pass.to Bill Langdroffin their one point loss on Tuesdayto
in operation in the infirmaryof training visit to the Air Force onomic Principals and Problems the end zone succeeded in giv' trounce AO School. 19-0.
.
the Naval Air Station for the Experimental Plant. at Johnsville, Engineering Drawing, Freshman ing them the needed touchdownThe 1

past week, directed by Capt. Julius Pa. English, World Literature, History extra point was good on a
Thomas Archer MS 3rd ThecIreGuide
OL Early, Senior Medical Officer.A and 'Malcolm Hardeman, MS step, ; of Western Civilization, His- pass from Sullivan to Tom Sull- ,
Helper -
tight schedule has been estab- tory of the United States, Fun- enberger.AN .
lished accepting 30 donors per shook the Florida sand from damental Mathematics, Business (P) Ship's Company won a I

hour, drawn from all military their shoes last week. Leadingman Mathematics, Physical Science, hard fought 6-0 game over the j
units in this area, including civilIan Ed Garrison and the gang in General Psychology, Psychologyof First Lieutenants last Wednes- !
Shop 3232 wish them luck in 25- MAINSIDE
employees.The Introduction day. The score came on a
Personality to
their new job at Warner Robins Cevillione
Capt. social Science, First and Second yard pass from Andy Thursday, September 27
response Early Air Force Base. Year Fundamentals to Kenny Nelson. Both teams Lady an dthe Bandit _. n__..'.
states, has been most gratifying.The Spanish of
Planning fought each other to a stand still Louis Hayward, PatriciaMedma
blood is flown daily to Phila- Speech and Public Speaking.
"Pop" Dreibelbis machinist, until Cevillione caught Nelsonin Friday, September 28
for into
delphia
processing plasma. Evening classes usually meet
Plasma will keep as long as five wants to thank everyone for their for IVi hours and the evening the end zone with a perfect Force of Arms _.,.. ._._.._-._. .
help in obtaining blood for the pitch. Outstanding line play by
William Holden, Nancy Olsen
years, and has been especially use- program is scheduled from 6:45: Walsh
blood bank. More blood is need- Nelson and Dick and defensive -
ful in Korea where, during the extremely to 9:30: p. m. All classes will Baldwin Saturday: September 29
cold Winters, whole blood ed and if anyone would like to do- meet on Mondays and Thursdaysat back scoreless.Yogi kept Quebec ?"___ ..._ ,..---..-.--.
Lts.
would freeze. By using plasmaleft nate sion,247.please The contact blood Pop at needed exten- the College in Arlington, with the . Corinne Calvet, Patr'k Knowles

from World War II, casualties his when was the exception of Philosophy In another contest, AO School Sunday, September 30
in Korea have been kept at a remarkable operation.by son Our best undergoing wishes for which will meet at the Riverside and Athletic and Recreation played Submarine Command .. ___ .

low figure. It is this his speedy recovery. baptist Church on Tuesdays .at to a 0-0 tie. Both teams had William Holden, Nancy Olson ,.e
supply that now must be 7:30: m.
; re p.
Aircraft Parts Procurement hasa trouble; generating a scoring Monday, October 1
plenished. new typist-Mrs, Capy Bacha- Late evening class registrationswill threat until midway in the sec- Painting Clouds with Sunshin
< rach. be taken during the hoursof ond quarter when Jim White, of Dennis Morgan, Virginia Mayo

'Hoss' Cavalry Rides Everyone is invited to the Ap- the first evening class tonight A & R, looped a 25-yard pass to Tues. & Wed.. Oct. 2-3

prentice Club dance Oct. 5, at the from 6:45: to 9:30.: teammate Atsie Stein. A' few Annie of the Indies -__ .
Range In Roundup American Legion Post 88. cornerof J running plays by White and Louis Jordan, Debra Paget

Ft. Hood, Tex. (AFPSTheysay ) Hendricks and LaSalle Streets. Iowa Rejoints FleetSan Stein and a White to Weisel pass NATTCenter
the old horse cavalry is dead Music will be furnished by Lou put the ball on AO's five-yard Thursday September 27

but its ghost still rides the rangesof Whitman and his orchestra from Francisco, Calif. (AFPS- line but the Ordnance men held Desert Fox ...... .. ._... ... ._.- .
Ft. Hood. A detail of MPs from 2030 to 0100. Tickets are $1.00 The[ 45.000-ton battleship Iowa, a and took over on downs. James Mason, Jessica Tandey

the 405th ASU has to step into per person and may be purchased sister ship of the Wisconsin, has AO School started to move Friday, September 26

the stirrups every summer to f'rom Apprentice representativesand been recommissioned here for return down field in the third quarter Quebec ._.__ .m_.....___ ._ .
track down stray cattle that wander I Miss Ruby Herrington, Planning to duty. Capt. William R. when the passing of Ted Olsento Corinne Calvet, Patr'k Knowles ..
onto the post. Group. Smedberg 3rd. former aide to Bill Schroeder started to hit.
29
is in Olsen hit Schroeder Lenn Bes- Saturday, September
Chief of Naval Operations, Force of Arms ._ ... ..-.-... .........
So You Think You Know Baseball! \ command. sette, and Bob Hettinger on three William Holden, Nancy Olson

-L = Y V vs Sunday, September 30

,' Kjr HARRY SIMMONS! : Ladv from Texas _._ .- _.
.;' As an umpire you have to be charges up and objects that the Howard Duff, Mona Freeman
:x' on speaking terms with every rule ball was dead the moment the Mon & Tues., Oct. 1.2

.. ..
in the book. Even then, jour catcher tipped Brown's hat Submarine Command -

troubles are not over, for some He quote Rule 2.40a, "On any William Holden Nancy Olson
rules appear to conflict. How interference the ball is dead." and Wednesday, October 3X
t wouM you handle the rules' dou- argues that Bauer should be put Painting Clouds with Sunshine ,

Metalk in the following hypothetical back on second and Brown sent Dennis Morgan. J I Virginia Mayo y
case! back to first.

Say New York leads Cleveland, You, as umpire, acknowledgethe Public WorksContinued
1-0, in the last of the fourth at' bat-tipping. How, then, would
Yankee Stadium. Hank Bauer rule ( from I'age 4) .; '
opens with a line single. As Bob- you -- keof Design, wouldn't like it if
by Brown comes to bat the hit- ANSWERLet 'i he thought somebody' had a shirt
and-run sign is flashed. Bauer any louder than the ones he's been \
the play stand. k C
breaks tot second on the pitch. wearing.
,. The Cleveland catcher, anxious to You would interference onlyif Glad to hear that Jimmie Harrison -
get the ball, accidentally tips there had been a force on Bauerat r of the Records Section is no
Brown's bat. But Brown never- second. An neither Was put out longer confined to the hospital but
thleas manages to send a weak an a result of the tipped bat, you Is recuperating at home. Robert
dribbler to the mound. apply Rule .07c., an exception to Burroughs of Design is vacation

r Wills no play at second, the %.Ol&. Rule 6.07c provides thatwhen ing in New York, Philadelphia and .,
Cleveland pitcher throws to first, a batter, after Interferenceby other points north. Rudy Carl-
but the ball skims high over Luke the catcher, reaches first on a son returned to work Monday.
Easter' head into right field. fair hit, an error or otherwise., Let's all buy bonds! Don't say

Bauer continues past second and "the play proceed without reference VIA HOBBY SHOP-With a little patience, effort and but lit you'can't. Try it and you'll see
third and tries to score. But be to the interference.'' tle cost, you too can own furniture like this Peter Condaxis how easy it Is to save money and

U thrown out at the plate on a (Reprinted by special permissionof ADAN, of Fasron 9, stands by a bedroom dressing cabinet he fashioned ... help out Uncle Sam. Let's get thte
peg from right fielder Bob Kennedy THE SATURDAY EVENING at the Cecil Field Hobby Shop.. lie designed it himself and name of Public Works at the top
to the catcher Brown pulls POST. constructed it from scrap pine lumber*8miar| projects are carried of that percentage list. Sign up>

up at second. Copyright 1911 by the CURTIS on at the Hobby Shop with the. aid of Woodworking. and sheet with your Division Bond Agent today
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1- Frye Weekly Cops Special First FOOTBALL SPECIAL Gala Outdoor Boxing


Replacing the weekly sports quiz in the Air News will bea
football contest in which readers may test their skill in pick
Football Contest ing winners and at the same time possibly win themselves a

prize. Card On Tap Tonight
'. George Frye, ADC, of NAR- SELECT TilE WINNERS
TU Jax has been declared the

winner of the first Jax Air Games for Saturday Sept. 29
News football prediction con A real treat is in store for sport fans tonight when the

test.Frye (Home teams in right column) first of a series of boxing smokers between NAS and NATT.

of 17 games picked listed 15, missing winners only out Villanova ....n................_......vs ................................ Army Center will be staged at 2000 at the NATTC outdoor boxing

the Fordham-Missourl and Ken-- Boston U ...........................vs._......_...__._ Penn State arena.

tucky-Texas frays. His pick of Columbia ................_........_..vs........................... Princeton Mlttmen have been In 'training arranged here. Both crews will

Georgia Tech over SMU gave Syracuse ............__._.......... vs. _........._................. Cornell for the big smoker for several go all out Another such smokerIs
him the margin over two other weeks now and the card bringsthe
men who were tied for second Fordham ...-...............__.._. vs........................ Dartmouth boys from across the tracks being planned by officials of
both NATTCenter and NAS.
place. Holy Cross __..._........._:._.vs...._....._.........._.... Harvard together for the first time in several

Frje thus wins a first prize Navy ..............._.........._..... \'s..................................... Yale years.While The fights will all be three
rounds with two minute durations.
cf $3.00, while T E. Davis, California ......_.......:._....._..vs.._..............? PennsylvaniaDuke the NATTCenter ring- Officials for the fights will be ap-

ADAN of AN (P) Support atNATTC ....._...........__........._....vs. ......_.............__. Pittsburgh men have been holding smokers, pointed by NATTC and NAS athletic -
and W. J. Siddons ATl, tonight's card will be the first
also from AN (P) Support both UCLA ._.........._................... vs. ..........................._. Illinois showing for the NAS mittmen. officials.All .

had 14 winners. The two also Indiana ......__..............._._.vs................,...... Notre Dame Chief John Scott will guide the hands are invited to attend

deadlocked on their predictedscore Michigan State .....?.......__..vs.............._............... Michigan destiny of the NAS sluggers, although the real smoker crowd which promises to \1>
a pleaser.
of the Kentucky Texas Southern Methodist ...._....vs......................_ Ohio State they are inexperienced, he ,
fray-which was used as a tie. is confident his will more
breaking question. They each LSU ................................._..vs..........'................... Alabama than hold their own boys against the

win a chit for a free meal at Georgia Tech _.:......___.::..vs...... .....;.........""_"-" Florida boys from NATTC. Tiny Noblettis Bar Lifters

the civilian cafeteria. Miami ._.......__.....................vs....................__.......... Tulane coaching the boxers at the Center

'. The contest is now open to all TCU ..._._.............................vs .......-................. Nebraska but plans on throwing the Compete In

personnel of the station, military Stetson ....................._........ vs..........._.............. Jax Navy skids to the NAS crew. I

and civilian. Entries for Georgia ... ... ..:: .. .......... North Carolina Fireworks ExpectedRegardless I
the contest must be in the offices .. ? .... .. ....._.... vs.. .. of how the pre. Meet Today

of the Jax Air News by smoker situation stacks fire
,
(Predict the score of this game) up
.' '. J630 Friday. Other rules are Grunt and will
works in store for the man-
. listed with the list of games for Stetson............_.................. vs. ..............................Jax Navy fans attending are the giant affafr.boxing ually hoist iron groaners bars and bells in

the. ween. I Name............................................... Pate/Rank.-----...._. The opening match will find in the held weight this afternoon lifting contest at the tote
:;:
Unit Assigned To............................. .........Phone............._ Jerry Carter, a 129-pounder from Mainside Auditorium, Building 3.
NAS his
Center pitting ring experience
Training Rules against Ronald McCarlin, a Marine It is the first such event ever to
be held here.Several .
attending ANP( ) school at
Rolls 1. To enter the contest you simply indicate your choiceof the Center. lifters will be competing -
Keg League each winner by placing an (X) or checkmark after the for top honors in the brand
team you select to win. If you predict a tie game, place a (T) Bob Schueller will mix it up new athletic event, Physical
First Week after. the names of teams you think will play to a tie score. with NATTCenter's ringman Jack Training Officals have announced
Play Cunningham. Carl Burrell will be
2. All games are to be predicted on an even basis. Ties The time has been set at
out to best another NATTC man.
Expert rolling action In NATT- count as losses unless predicted. Hal Berry. 1400 for the groaners to start
Center's two bowling leagues last 3. In the space provided below indicate the score of the their lifting. Contestants will
:Seven BoutsJocko
week showed that both can expect game picked as a tie-breaker. In case of a tie the person with weigh in at 1300 to determine
a battle royal from start to the most nearly correct score will win the contest. Janetze and Gene Hardt their weight class.
will it out for honors in their
finish this season. The games 4. Entry Blanks incompletely filled out will not be con slug Five events will make up the
were played at the Center's alt sidered. Contestants must make all 16 selections plus indicating meet. Freddie Farr, 116-pound contest, with the winner being
1D51 NAS ring captain is slatedto decided by the total weight' lift-
Jejs. the
score of the one tie-breaker game to be eligible.
j t go against Pat Agar from Cecil ed in the press snatch, clean and
1 Topping the week's kegglers in 5. In the event a game is postponed or rescheduled for Field. Farr lost the final fightof jerk. The weight classes will be
1 the National League was AN (P) any reason it is automatically excluded from the contest final his campaign last year in the feather light, middle, lightheavy
Students' Blue Team. Not only ratings. Golden Gloves finals in Jacksonville and heavy

did the "Blue Bowlsters" sweep 6. Entry blanks must be submitted not later than 1630 on a highly disputed split de Paul Franke will act final
as
.. two series, but they also garnered Friday to the Jax Air News Office in the Main Administration cision. and officiate the contest.

.';.. .., first place with eight points. AOSchool's Building. Paul Taylor will face another judge Franke is well acquainted with

Blue Team, of the same 7. AH personnel, with the exception of personnel of the NATTC mittman, Marine Bob the weight lifting business, hav-
league, also pinned eight points. Jax Air News, are eligible to enter the contest. Harris in what is expected to be ing been quite a hefter himself.
American League pinsters displayed a lively affair. The curtain drop All decisions will be final and
8. Only one entry to each person will be allowed
plenty of spunk too. Two
per for the night will find Chet the will be official.A .
judging
a teams outpinned the other ten ag 9. Winners will be announced in the Jax Air News the LaNoie facing NATTCenter's entry
.
r r. legations to cop the first week's Thursday following the Saturday on which the game is played. John Dugan, another Marine few more men have shown
league leading slot. AN (P) 10. The award to go to the person most nearly correct in who likes to mix it up. interest in the contest and Chief
Ship's Company Red Team and his predictions will) be a .$3 00 cash award. The seven-bout card promises to John Scott is confident that the
affair can develop into an in-
AO School's Red Team both rolled
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be one of the ton smokers everi
seven points each.American teresting affair. There are now
leagueAN Fliers Open approximately ten contestants

(P) Ship's Co. Red........."... 7 entered in the meet.

AO School Red ....................... ..5 .: (Continued from Page 1)) First place prizes will be> small
Photo Lab .", .. ... ..".... ,...........",..,5 from their attack. individual trophies while the
Air PAM ......... ,....".."......."......"..5AB I Stetson Loaded runner-ups will receive ]large
School ...".....,.............................4 The quartet of Fulmer Armstrong ::: iJ bronze belt buckles.
Dental.......................",,....................4 Gene Bowden Herb Werner i All hands are welcome to wit
Ship's Service ........................"........4 and Bobby Marks, plus the ness the contest at Mamsidt Auditorium -
? < AN (P) Students Red ....................3 I quarterbacking of Bill Johnson .
MAD .,..,.."....,....................................3 gives the Hatters a fast moving : I .
Medics ........................... .._._...........1 offense. They operate behind a i
Ath and Rec. ...._._.___..........1 I big, fast line, featuring big Jim Radio Grid Log'
Supply............,........................"......1 I Yonge, 6 foot, 8 inch, 235 pound
National League i end. Yonge, a terror on defense, Here's the list of college grid
i AN (P) Students Blue "'"'''' ......8 is a good pass snatcher and can to be aired by Jax radio
l' AO School Blue ....................... ...,.8 carry the mail despite his size. t games stations this week-end:
AN (P) Ship's Co. Blue ....." ....4 The Stetson line averages about
AK Students ...".""" "..............."....3 215 pounds, while the backfield WPDQ (ABC) (600) California
AO School White ,..."".........."....4 scales 175. \s. Pennsylvania, Sat
Shop Stores .. .. ...3 With Saturday's fracas, the urday, 12.45: P. M; Georpa
1.t AK School ..... .: .. ': ..1I'eisonnel Fliers dedicate their, new field, Tech vs. Florida, Saturday, 7.45;
r >: :: :-:: :: : :::::: : P. M.
....... .. .. : : : ...1 located on the main stem, York-
Air Craft Maint .. ...".. ............ .1 town avenue. The field has been WMBR (CBS) (1460)) -Red

Fhaimacists .._......._...,..... ..... .. ...3 completed and bleachers have Barber Football Round Up,
.' I" been erected. Some 4,00 fans can Saturday, 2:30-5:30: P. M.
i be accommodated in the new WMBR-FM University of
CPO NOTESBingo Georgia vs. North Carolina.

will be held on Friday I field.Much will be gleaned fromSaturday's st Saturday, 2:00: P. M.
a ((Channel
WMBR-TV 4)
night with the Jackpot prize of game, since Steason'stwo -
fered. 'I victims, Eglin and Patrick, Pittsburgh. Duke, Saturday,
will be : included the Fliers 12:30: P. :M.
There a regular dance are also on i I 4
held on Saturday night at 2100 1951 schedule.
Dale Mitchell of the Indianshit
with with Stetson
the NATTCenter Orchestra Saturday's opener
playing. The free buffets have : is the first of a nine-game schedule {; two home runs in a game for

been cancelled indefinitely. ; for the Fliers, who go on the ___ ... "''''''_'_'_H"_'__ ""nw" "_"'_Y"" "" _. >__,..,_,__ the first time in his major league
.' New club officials elected Monday road ,after Saturday for two career, August 18, when he socked
before Oct. 20 FLIERS' STAFF which will a pair of homers plus two sine
were Chief Henry Crooks weeks returning COACHING -Here is the crew
gles to help the Tribe to a 7.0
BMC from Fasron Six andArchie to battle Parris .Island. guide the destinies of the Jax Navy Fliers during the coming cam- victory over White SOT.
.
I .the.
Warren AEC of NATT-
paign. Left is Lt. Paul McCoy, backfield coach, who has had 10 .
Center. They were elected to the Jackie Robinson's fourteenth
of handling high school squads around Kansas; Lcdr. Harry Abe Sapenteln owner-coach i\
Board of Governors. Ted Saxon, home run of the season against years has
Trotters
AOC, of NATTCe r was elected : the Braves, August 18, was the Knicktlbinc, center, former Wisconsin standout and veteran service the Harlem for Globe the Trotters to, play,

president of'the Club.' New I first he had ever hit in Boston. mentor, who is head coach; and on the right Is Major Jack Griffin six arranged In baseball parks under -
Board1 Members will into office The barrier blow gave the start game
go in line roach ,who formerly played at Mississippi State and has lights, after they-ntum Ircuaa
as' of Oct. 1. Saxon will be >l the Dodgers a four-bagger .
been assisting lax Navy for the past several years. European trip, this month.)
.J ;y president" Nov...1. every park this season.
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_ &.aily preventive maintenance is carried out on massive radio-teletype equipment by Alden
Brassaw, KTSN; (left) and Arlie Turner, ATAN, at the Transmitter Building
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With a lack of another pair of hands and eyes, Verne Wertz, .
CLASSIFIED ET2, carefully adjusts controls of new equipment at transmitter


BULLETIN

I Hems offering for sale articles

of property such as washing machines
automobiles furniture radios
clothing and the like is pro

hibited by Defense Department :
regulations. This i column will, I I tElectronics <
however list such services as
available housing, rides wanted
lost and found articles and other

similar notices).

FOR LENT::' I j

}'UI n. rm., pvt bath. 460:! Ortega
Blvd. Mrs. Tobelmg. Ph. 29734. I

Finn rm. Walsh St. at Pine Grove
d
Ave. Mrs. H. A. Drown Phone
2-012D.
Will shale home, 4750 Colonial
Ave., Lake&hoie. Mrs. O. H.
Taliafeno.

2.1'11urn.. apt., $8.75 per wk.. 527 ,
Liberty St. Mrs. DeLacy,
l'h'l
8-3631.
Fuin. apt., $45 p'r mo.. near Edge- lab class is held by Alan Plait, ET1, showing personnel
wood Theatre. Mr. H. F. Davis uses of an oscilloscope. Left to right are Estelle L'Heureiix,
Ph. S-51S6.:: I r SA; Hill Walden KTSN: : : Paul Splies, ET3; Betty Gordichuck, SA; .
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Furn. 5 Points & Riverside, Hob Lewedajr:, ET2: J'aulIJrgoct'e: Sand: Plait.
apt.,
... .
723: Lomax. Mrs. Hiatt Ph. .. _""' ., I .. -, '
7882. 7-1

Furn. house on Lake Johnson. 35 ,
miles from NAS, dock and boathouse

L. B. 1Iil'Wllliams. Ph. Vincent Moylan, IOISN: and Ruth McDaniels, SA, check meters r \a
9-2671 or 66511. as a call is put through from Operations radio, a tr
Apts. completely furn.. Jax: Beach
low seasonal! rates. Becker Ph. Connects NAS With World s
5-1487.
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FUI n, rm. contact John D. Long,
3837 Park St.
2-bdrm. garage furn. apt. J. E Electronics Transmitter

Cowart, Ph. 2-8707.
Will, share home with cple. Mrs. .

Unfurn.Dorman 2bdrm., Ph. 2-3808.apt.. Rosselle & Nerve Center' Of Station

Willowbranch.' A. W. Stanford, {
Ext. 8112, after 1600 Ph. 2-5490.

Furn. I 5 rms. & bath duplex apt., I Few facilities aboard NAS play a more vital] role in the eveiyd y
2636: 'Myra St. Mrs. W. H. Cow- I activity of the base than the Electronics: Lab and Transmitter Building .
art, Ph. 7-8516. located a half mile south of the Officeis' Housing Area on Muslin $
Furn. garage apt., Riverfront. $65 .
Road.
2215 River Blvd. Mrs. I .. .,
per mo., The "nerve centers of the station -
Johnson, Ph. 2-8209. both connect the Naval Air tion electronics technicians (AT's )
Will share home in Lakeshore with Station and! its facilities and departments and electronics technicians ( ET's ) \ \ ac
cple. :Mrs. Beatiicc Tarrish, I with communicationscenters of the Lab. Eight to ten AT's and
4928 Dundee Rd., Ph. 2-6653. across the nation and ET's take care of 60 pieces of
Furn. rms. and apt. Mrs. S. R. around the world equipment in the Transmitter
Houston, 2601 Park St., Phone Building alone
82770. More than 20 activities depend critical aujustment is made on an ambulance trJn cc. vr by
Fifteen other technicians l keepup
2-rm. furn. apt., Old Orange Park technicians upon the Electronics for nearly Lab a hundred and its< equipment at other facilities Hilly Walden KTSN: as Paul Splies, ITS: looks on _

Rd. Inez Arflm, Ph. Orange including the Spencer Field Rocket -
different types'of equipment re- ration ot the division is handled bv
Park 84061. quire daily'inspection and repair. Range NAAS Maypoit, Switz- 1 Arnold lUlu lpton. civilian and' Bus Route
Will share home with ( pie.. $50 eiland Field, the Wesconnett Radio
from
per mo., 2937 Algonquin Ave., The ceivers equipment t transmitters ranges, and transceivers re-- Range the Jacksonville Shore ,, WAVE Betty Gor chuk. SA. :' (Continued from Page) 1)
Mrs. W C. Parrish. and Bulk Fuel Transceiver in vehicles\ of the
to radar, beacons, and Patrol Terminal.' I to Bis sync Street north to the
F urn. 4-im. apt.? 4441 LexingtonAve. acrological and test gear. The electronics blanch of the Marine Security Patrols and Sta- NATTC Administration Building.
Mrs. Dorothy Lamb, Ph. Nais not static. That is, men The bus will run on the above
2-03I' 8-5064. Probably the Operations Build- tion police are kept functioningby I
or
route from 0600 and 20
who electronics schools every minutes -
complete
ing utilizes more electronic equipment } Paul Splies, ET3 and Luther
r'ufn. rm., $15 per wk. Mrs. Le- thereafter until 0720 and
soon find that what they learnedis
Grand Ph. 2-7216. than any other activity in just fundamental, for skill at White and Bill Kelly both ATANs. I from 1100 and every 20 mi.iuti
Two 3-rm. fum. apts., $60 per mo, this area. Besides radiosondegear welding, plumbing, machining, Intercommunications between thefil'E' thereafter until 1240.
2263 Park St. Miss Warren Ph. (atmospheric weather an-
station and its vehicles and
and painting must also be acquired On the evening run from 1600
7-5237.: alyzer) and ceilometers (visibility
the and its ambulancesare
infirmary
in order to keep electronics and 20 minutes thereafteruntil
2-bdrm. apt. furn., $75 analyzers) in the aerology section of every
per mo., gear In 4.0 condition. the responsibility Billy 2210. the bus will leave from
3233 about 42 receivers are contained -
Post St., Mis. Farris. Walden, ETSN.
the NATTC Administration Building -
Single rm., 2836 Post St. Frances in the Operations Radio e
To help I the men learn the and proceed over the same
and Control Tower. operation
Theus Ph. 2-4261 1700.
after II a
I of ieiu-rul MTvirliig and maintenance i above route, with one exception.
and
theory new gear ,
2-bdrm. fum. apt., 1218 Challen] Lew-
the jobs of Robeit)
are
Ave. Mrs. Hanks, Ph. 2-0291. Maudlin/? and maintaining the weekly classes are held at the Lab. Instead of turning north to
of electronicsgear With Alan Plait Eli giving lec- edag ET2, Benny McLaughlin i Wasp Street flout Enterprise Avenue
Efficiency apt., $45 per mo.. 4360 complex system ET2 and Paul Mas.ser, SN. Com- :
Lexington Ave, Eric Larsaon, on the station ale the via- tures and demonstrations, the organization on Ma inside, the bus will continue
under the "general" headingare i
Ph.: 2-1584. of Electronics Division ing east on Enterprise to .
driving. Mr. Douglas BUI kelte, ale taught to rate men and electronics tape recorders from the Control I Wright south to the loud behind.
rou SALK': Ext. 639.: strlkeis. Tower various equipmentfrom i the enlisted men's barracks. The

2-bdrm. house, 6138 Lynwood Ave. Baby sitter after 1600 or week- Heading up and (coordinatingthe squadrons, radio gear from i bus will proceed on this road and
Wesconnctt, equity $950. payt's ends. Mrs. McNeill Ph. 7-1930. work of the Lab and Transmitters the crash boats, radiomen's code : stop only at the Anchorage fiom.
$45 per mo., W. C. Brunbaugh, Riders wanted-Vicinity of 7th & are Lt. Joseph W. Tyler practlie oscillators belonging to which the bus will continue on the
? 6133 Lynwood Ave. Main Sts., via Roosevelt Highway Electronics] officer and Chief Radio : ComFairJax or Operations Radio road to Ranger Street south I..
19.H: Liberty house trailer 30-ft., 1)730-1600.) Hundley, ,Ext. Electrician Adie D. Helms. and the communications system I Enterprise, then resume the old
2bdrm. & bath, Azalea Trailer 8114 or Ph. 4-6697. Later this month Mr. Taylor will at Fleet Air Wing Eleven route from Wasp and Enterprise
Park, Lot 131, C. A. McBride. Wanted Ride from Lakeshore to report to ComAiiLant for assignment Now in charge of Transmittersis to NATTCenter.No .
%.h rm. house, garage. G. I. equity NAS, 0730 to 1600. Mrs. Lloyd, I with Chief Helms assuming Talis Lewie, RMCA who for- I stops will be made: on the ..
$600, 5124 Rosselle St., Mrs. Ext. 446. charge. merly was leading chief at Opera new route from Wright Street to
Verna Donohue. Ride wanted from 55th & Pearl to Manuevering the personenl in tions Radio. Wes Sauer, ET2 and I the Anchorage or from the Anchorage -
3 bedr'in. brick home, breezeway. NAS, 07001530. George' Hem- their respective jobs is Leading I a crew of three rated men have I to Enterprise Street. The
garage; 7 mi. from NAS. Gar- ingway, Ph. 6-0673. Chief Ed Garaudy ALC. Assisting lately been.in the process! of over ,only stop on the new "loop" run
vey, 4787 Cardinal Place; my Ride wanted-1528 Pearl St. toN him is A. L. Atkins, ATC, hauling 44 transmitter building I will be at the Anchorage, where
equity $2500; $69 per mo. AS, Bruce Crawford, Shop who, among other duties is re- and the three 150-foot towers. the bus will pick up and discharge
M I.SCKIXAN KOUSFouni 2201, Ph. 4-6537. sponsible for the operation of To help alleviate the shortageof I passengeis.
Green seat cushion call Lost Pair of glasses in blue equipment at area facilities. qualified personnel in radio >
OOD's office. j leather case. Finder return to work, an intensive lecture and Then there was the cannibal'

passengers wanted, driving I i to W F. Adams, F FASRon, Ph. The, immense amount of paperwork demonstration system has been organized *, I daughter who liked the boy best
North Dakota Oct. 6, help with 184. I required for the proper ope- to indoctrinate seamen. when they were stewed. "





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