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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 4, 1951
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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No. 27 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 4 Oct. 1951
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Free TrainingTo II I I Seminar Held




Be Given elI For Chaplains



By Red CrossFree I I r I Here TuesdayAn



instruction in first aid )
and in home nursing being all-day seminar devotedto

offered at the Naval Air Sta- l:.. the use of audio-visual/ aids

tion by the American Ked : '. by military chaplains was

Cross, with classes in both I Y held Tuesday in the Small
now under organization, it I Chapel at the Naval Air Station

was announced by the Duval .
Lcdr. Thomas Mullins, assist
County Chapter representative. -
ant for
Chaplains' training. Chaplains' -
Division. Department of the
Classes will' be held at nightin Navy, presented some of the
Building No. 39, occupied by < available materials developed by
the NAS Ked Cross Field direc the Nain recent months, explaining -
tor, where registrations are being the best means of utilizing -
accepted. There are no limitations them with the objective of
classes, which will
on
bringing religion to the men andwomen
start just as soon as a sufficient
awafl'om home in the
number indicate a desire for the aimed services,
.instruction.
Specially trained instructorswill $1,200 IN O'mS-A problem in multiplication was solved this week when Among the aids discussed were
be provided to teach skills Keter L. Hostic, Overhaul and Repair department employee, devised to invest $900 in U S. Defense non-denominational films, posters,
and procedures vital to the wel- Bonds in order to have $1,200 in 1961 Bos tic's purchase contributed materially to the NAS transsciiptlons of music services,
fare of the home or in case of I participation in the recent Savings Bond drive. Bostic, right, eyes his purchase, while he received and mechanical aids such as tape
accident. congratulations from his foreman Jerome F I'orwoll, left, and Andrew II. Boswell, superintendentof recorder'>.

Home nur&inginclude: instruc- I the NAS post office, center.lOver I About :GO Navy chaplains from
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tion in two categories care of infants I the Florida i area, with several
and care of the sick. Elementary I churchmen of Jacksonville, were
classes in first aid will 1,600 GiVe hmploycc Helps in attendance. Capt. Charles A.Dittmar ,
be followed by advanced and instructors senior chaplain of the
co rses. There is at station, presided at both moining-
present a grave need for qual- Bond Drive i 11'itltI i,/. and afternoon sessions, welcoming;
ified instructors in first aid, it i In Blood Drive I the group to the station on be-
4* reported. half of the commanding officer
$1,200/ Purchase'
Interested persons may registerfor I I Capt. Douglas T. Day. Capt. Lester
either course by calling ex- Have you given your blood yet? l:. Rice, extended an additional
tension 552 or the Duval County That is just about the way every daily conversation begins There's one employee at NAS welcome on behalf of the Naval
Chapter House on Riverside Avenue who believes the
in Defense Air Technical TiainingCenter, of
here at NAS Jacksonville and civilian
8-2G17 as military personnel -
telephone Bond Program. This belief was which he is commanding officer.
rUSS are rising to the fore in answer to the plea for blood proven by his purchase of $1,200 Invocation Lcdr.
for the nation's fighting men. in Delense Bonds last Monday was given by
Saipan Departs William A.Viggins, chaplain of
at the NAS Branch Post Office.
Most of those of who already --- the Naval
After Visit Here have given to the Blood Donor About 150 pints are being shipped The employee, Ketcr L. Bostic. Hospital.
Program, and there are some six daily to Philadelphia for processing an aircrait mechanic general In a. aMore
Following completion of exercises teen hundred already, claim into plasma with a monthly the Flight lest Division ot the I Skeeters In
by air units of Com "there's nothing to it." After feel quota for the Jacksonville area Overhaul and Repair department. I
mander. Fleet Air Jackson ing qualms aplenty at first, they set at 3,000 pints. having served in their Force
ville last week the light car- now feel that they can repeat the The blood donor program is nota overseas stated, "There's no way I Alaska Than Fla.
rier USS Saipan departed donation every three months. temporary drive, but a con like tne American way and 1 ,
Mayport where it had operatedfor 130: Pint DailySo tinuous project that will continueat want to do my part to keep it." I
several days. far, response of both military least until July, 1952. It may He admitted too, that the Bond Cornell Prof Says"Florida
Fighter and attack squadrons and civilian personnel has well be extended way beyond Program provided a safe investment :
based at NAG Jax .carried out been gratifying, with no let-down that depending on the'world' and In the meantime provided I
day and night carrier refresher anticipated as the program extends uation. money for the defense pro- has no mosquitoes" at
Hank Account all compared to Alaska, so declared -
and qualification into gram. II
exercises next year, according:
aboard the CVL to further the to Comdr Lewis S. Sims, assistant Meanwhile, Capt. Julius C Early co LcUi. Bernard V. Travis
combat readiness of local units. director of the local center. I director of the local blood center Bostic: who had savings which professor of entomology and para-
------ --.--- -- ---- _. --- -- -- makes it clear that all supplies were not accruing interest saw sitology at Cornell University lit
Practical Experience of blood that have been I I the opportunity to reinvest his I a radio interview last week.
available at the Jacksonville I money while providing a safe Completing his third annual
(Please Turn to Page 5, Col. 5)) I (Please Turn to Page 3, Col. 3) tour of active duty as a reserve
d__ __ ___d_ ---------- officer with the NAS Malaria and
On. Training Given Mosquito control Unit Lcdr. Tra-
vis appeared over Jax Radio station
WPDQ as guest of Anne

Training Center Studentsput Daly In his interview the visiting officer
brought out interesting lea.
. tures of his four seasons in Alaska
with Armed Forces research
Aircraft Maintenance Unit an
under the direction of Lt. out by Goodyear, ; used to I group prior to assuming his professorship -
give the Aviation Ordnance Students at Cornell.
Harry Johnson, is now pro- I experience in loading of I II the
During
praise wa
viding actual on-the-job train- fighter plane's guns and also to I I s given to the program local Malaria-Mos
ing in fleet aircraft for the check out in the fighters' fire
I quito staff who spray the station
students of the Training Cen control system. I and environs regularly by plane
Aviation Electronic students "s I Sca4&ekt in the battle against mosquito
ter.The gain experience in electronical .
seventy-ore planes pro systems of both bombers and ,
vided by the Maintenance Unit fighters. Electrical rnr' 'jnctions Roses Are Red,
are aircraft that have alreadyseen are nut in the 'anes and students
service in the fleet. After repair them on the ramp.
2 ; Fire 1 Too
three tours of daty, the planes This experience will enable themto i ;, $ ;
were declared a striker by the go directly aboard a carrier
Bureau of Aeronautics and given and service the intricate electrical Fire PreventionDepends
to the Center for practical instruction I systems of planes aboard ship.
purposes. .
Airmen Preparatory School L- ....____..-N-n om"_ On You
The Torpedo Bomber, TBM, stude.its obtain experience in the INSTRUCTION CONFAB-Lt. Harry Johnson right, officer-
gives the Aviation Ordnance stu- basic fundamentals of aviation in-charge of the Training Center Aircraft Maintenance Unit discusses
dents practical instruction in aboard?"Ihip. They get a chance flight deck instruction with George B. Eunice, ADC, lead Burn Or Save
'' chief of the Airman Preparatory. School line phase. In the
bomb loading; rockets and totf-; to actuftllr turnup'the planes, ing
pedo handling. The, Fighters, ak "_ r no t Important Instruc- background students tune up a torpedo bomber ia one of the
.. J FGlD's, a standard F4U FighlwA l,< t* < Two rag-3T Col.. Z) phases' of on-the-job training in fleet aircraft.



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Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air
Station. Jacksonville.

Fla.NAS, Jacksonville Introduced to Establish Force AdmiralBy

Caot. Douglas T. Day Commanding Officer
Comdr. James II. Armstrong.______________...Executive OfficerLt. ( Armed Forces' Press Service) production of commissioned officers through
Gordon D. Walker ..Public Information Officer Under a recent ruling of the Air Force Judge Officer Candidate School from 600 to 1,000 per
Fleet. Air Jacksonville Advocate General, only Regular airmen are eli- year, plans to boost the output to 1,500 per
gible for appointment as Aviation Cadets. Ci- year by November, 1951.
B. Commander
Rear Adm. Osborne Hardison
vilian applicants now will be required to enlist *
Allen Smith Chief of Staff
Capt. for four years to establish eligibility. Reserve President Truman has nominated a list of ,
Fleet AIr' Wine Eleven and National'' Guard airmen must be dischargedfrom About 1,400 Air Force officers for promotion

Capt Jesse S. McClure -..,......-_.__..._...__._._. Commander their' respective components in order to to' permanent grades as lieutenant colonel major
Comdr. Joseph T* Thornton Chief Staff Officer qualify for appointment. Cadets eliminated and captain.
from training except those appointed under ..
Naval Air Technical Training Center *

Capt. Lester K. Rice _._._____...._ Commanding Officer separate Air National Guard quotas will be required The Arnij'* newest observation airplane,, the
Comor. John A. Gamon, Jr. _.__'..........____ Executive Officer to serve the unexpired portion of the L-19, has been named the "Birddog,"' as the le-
four enlistment.
Naval Hospital year suit of a contest among the workers of the

Officer Cessna Aircraft Co., Wichita Kan., the build- ....
Capi Dwight J. Wharton Commanding .
President Truman has
signed legislation
Executive Officer per- ers. It will be used primarily for artillery observation
E. Stahr
Capt. Guy mitting veterans to recover treble damages in .
but can also be used for such tasksas
NARTU cases! of over-payment or "side payments" in supply, wire-laying, evacuation, locating
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp Commanding Officer the purchase of homes financed by the' Gov- shallow fords for vehicles,. and relaying& radio
Comdr. Anthony Trusso Executive Officer ernment. If the veteran fails to sue, the Gov- messages which ground transmitters cannot

ernment may bring action for the treble re- send over mountain
Editcrial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration covery. ridges.. .
building.& Phone extension 8184. r .. r

Editor-Andrew H. Planey The Army; as ot last June 1, had awarded The Navy Bureau of Ships has awarded con-
tracts for' construction of 26 165-foot minesweepers
Staff Members: Terry Ziegler, SA; Mary Bixiones, SN. 65,143 decorations for Korean service. Of the and 42 138-foot auxiliary motor minesweepers -
The JAR AIR NEWS m }\iDllshea weeitiy it me U.) ::So Naval,. Air Station total, 40,448 were Purple Hearts. .
Jacksonville. Florida and printed commercially with appropriated fund .. .
at no expense to tile government and in compliance with NAVJEXUS P-33 Rev. Navy Secretary Dan A. Kimball has out *
Nov. 1943. Copies are distributed tree ot charge at the Naval Air :Station: the Dr.. W Randolph Ixnd.u'e II,. chairman of
in of
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit: Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Field,. and lined the Navy's mission case war as
the 0. 3. Naval Hospital.The follows: ((1))-To conduct intensive antisubmarine the Armed Forces Medical Policy Council will
JAX AIR NEWS Is t member of the Armed Forces Press Service. warfare. ((2)-To) conduct battle-fleet lead a group making a. tour of Service'medical
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not tie reprinted without operations against enemy vessels, aircraft, and installations in various parts of the world dur-
sue written permission ot Aimed Forces Press Service. publication of other
ing September and October. The doctors will
bases. ((3)-To) mount amphibious assaults in
,
tnurter. except by service publications, la prohibited without permission ot
:i.dltcr.: JAX AIR NEWS. order to advance U. S. bases and carry the seek suggestions for improving military media

fight to enemy shores. cine and surgery. .
aS *
Can Your Fire
The Army Transportation Corps has been A bill has been introduced in Congress to

designated to procure standard-type railway establish the grade of Force Admiral in. the
Record Improve? box cars and locomotives for the use of all Navy and Coast Guard. The new rank would

Services. Previously, each Service procured its fall between the grades of Vice Admiral and
Here is a list of responses of own railway equipment in preferred designs. Rear Admiral, and eliminate the classification, -.
fire apparatus for period from of Rear Admirals into upper halt and lower

Oct. 1, 1850: to Sept. 1, 1951: TheIr Fore, which recently increased its half. '

Overhaul & Repair ................ 19 .--

Supply _.... ........__..._ 8 Two 'Old Time
Public Woiks _........_.._..... WeckSndWincfTafh .,
NATTC ..........._........................ 64
Ma'nslde Structors (other Friends Meet At
than previously listed) ........ 29 t ; .

US Naval Hospital............... 6 Hoy@,
Naval Air Training Unit.... 4 HART lax

Fleet Air Wing Activities 16 from

Housing Areas -........... ... .... 11
Two old friends
Security Division .... ....... 0 were reunitedat
the Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve -
Miscellaneous (Off Station WflHTUCV I Training Unit this week

brush fires, Station Dump, I when Lt. Thomas J. Ryan report
Station Brush fires etc.). 16 ,
ed in to relieve Chester V. And-
Some of the activities listed FASRON 741
above can be proud of their fire Another first for NARTU, Jax: Davis; "F" "G" Ganey;; Alden S. erson Officer.as Aviation Maintenance

prevention records Other, need : v Terrell C. Coleman, ADEC, is the I Gimson; Wilbur S. Griffis; Gerald Both officers met at NAS
,
less to mention, can stand a thorough L. Gunter; Hardy M. Harrell,
first to
complete
man twenty Squantum, Mass.,. in 1932,. when
Kinard
Jr. Jones M. E.
check out on lira preven- ; ; Ralph
years of service in the Naval they served with the Naval Re-
tion. During the week O.tober 7 Reserve. He is at present Leading Loos; Thomas (n) Maida; William serve activity there. Enlistedmen
E. Norton Paul J. Poulos
to11 is Fire Prevention Week. ; ;
'$ Chief of CV FASRON 741. at the time. Anderson was
Why not begin then in making a e. The early word is already out Douglas W. Speed; Earl M. Trau- "stationkeeper" and Ryan a
John W. Daniels and Ed-
concerted effort to eliminate fire gott; ; "Week-end Warrior".
on the annual training cruise for
ward W. Parker.
hazards in your homes,.offices and next sum m e r. Scheduled for In their re-union, the two lieu.
Welcome aboard to John W.
hops. July 14 to July 27 1952, the tenants exchanged experiencesand
Fire prevention some day may cruise is again to support the Daniels, AR; recently transferredto laughed over "old times."
save ;your Jife.Vhy not start CV FASRON 741. They had much to talk .
UP ON HER': JOn Convinced fighter squadron but this time its over. y
SR has left
Earl R.
practicing it duringthe coming Bradley, .
it that action speaks louder planned for NAS, Jacksonville. the for active duty and native ....
week and continuing throughoutthe a a squadron Anderson, a of Lynn, '
coming year. Fire prevention, than words, the young las- NAVCAD training happy land- Mass.,. joined an Organized Re- 1
like carelessness, is a habit thatis sie above is proving that the Annual Military Inspection, ings. serve squadron at Squantum as
very easily acquired. But unlike ([Dress Parade), will be held the I a seaman second class- in 1929.
Marine Women's
Reserveis
Corps
carelessness, once acquiredwill night of December 13. All handsare To Feature Flower After serving at NAS Pensacola .. ..,.
remain with you. not a desk-borne outfit. She urged to make plan: right briefly, he returned to NAS

Let's acquire the habit that will is taking over a lineman's job now to reserve this night for the Arranging ProgramA Squantum where he stayed until

(save, rather than destroy and doing; right well at it. squadron. Check uniforms care- in flower arrang- 1941. He was then transferred to
and let's all CV FAS- program
I fully help NAS Tex.
Dallas where he became
ing will be featured at the next -
RON 741 make th, best showingyet
a warrant officer.
Radio Grid in and atten- meeting of the Officer's Wives
LogWPDQ appearance Club. World War II him at Arpen-
NARTU Man dance. tia.
The meeting will be held on ,
(ABC) (600)-Duke) vs. Bunker
Hill Ind. After the war,
1230
October 10. 1951 at at the.Officer's
Tennessee at 1:45: p.m., Saturday. Congratulations to the follow- he was starionkeeper at Dallas.
Club. Reservations can
WMBR-TV (Channel 4))-Illinois He transferred NARTU
to
Completes20Years ing named men who have ad- be made by calling extension Jax
vs. Wisconsin, 3 p.m., Saturday four His tour of
vanced from AR to AA, ClarenceW. 81S4.::' years ago. new

I ., Blackmon; Arley L. Bonar; All wives and their friends are duty will take him to NARTU
ServiceTwenty Edwin A. Cholerton; Jack C. urged to attend. Memphis where he will be Aviation -
Relatives Galore Maintenance Officer. ..' I

Imliantovtn Gap, Pa. (AFPS- years of active Na- Joining the Naval Air Reserve f

Re-enlisting! in the Army here, val service. in 1931 Ryan of Canton Mass., 1
Wilson listed what
SFC.: Leon G. I
was stationkeeper at Squantum.He .
That was the milestone reached
Serviceman'sfamiIy
be the
may largest last Saturday by Terrell C. Cole- bridged the rates from sea-
on record. He listed 29 '
man ADEC, of CV Fasron 741 man to warrant officer, which h.
brothers and sisters of
some
became in 1942. A
But he isn't retiring. year later he
whom he has All
never seen. are
was commissioned as an ensign. J
Chief Coleman is still attachedto
children of his
father a Spanish- World War II.
the Naval Air Reserve Training During he servedas
War
American
veteran, who was
Engineering Officer aboard the
Unit aboard the Naval Air
married five times.
Station. Besides his civilian occupation USS Monterey and the USS. Bel-
as a patrolman with the leau Wood. Following the war he T( .
DIVINESERVICES Jacksonville Police Department served with ComAirLant and at
keeps him busy. NAS Quonset, R. L In 1946 Ryan 'I
Chief Coleman entered the separated from Naval service to

Navy on Sept. 29, 1931, at Jack- be an instructor in Boston. He ,., ...
sonville. During the early part returned to active duty in 1949, ..... .....

AT TilE STATION CHAPELS of his career,, he served aboardthe A however when he became Line
Protestant USS Tillman, USS Bailey, Maintenance Officer at NAS

0830. -M: o r n i n g Services All- USS DuPont, USS Arkansas '. Squantum. .
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Saints Chapel. USS Aquamarine.USS Carnelian 1

0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. and at NAS, Norfolk Va., with Traffic
0930-Sunday School, Small Cha- CASU-21.
pel. After World War II he wenton
J045-AH Saints Chapel an active reserve status with ViolationsListed
Catholic NARTU Jax. He also was one of
0830 and 0930-Mass, St. Ed- five men who were the first to below are the traffic violations ,
ward's Chapel. join the NARTU at Cecil Field. committed aboard this station -

0930-St. Edwards' Chapel (Cate- Presently, Chief Coleman holdsa for the period September 20
chism Class). private pilot's licenser He also to September 27:
1030- Mass St. Edward's Chapel has an A & E Permit, which allows Involved In Accident: R. I*
0645-Mass at Hospital Chapel. him to be an unlimited me- GETS LINK TRAINING-Shown about to take-off" for a Collins,. SN? C:. C;; Starrat, Jr.
Mormon chanic on civilian planes. hop in a link trainer in the NARTU tethnieal training building* I Multiple:Offenses W. c: Tooz,

Wednesday-1930-at Small ChapeL The Chief is married to the former IX (Jg) Paul Fiorea an. attack pilot from NAJRTW WuhMarns. V =: AMSAN.. ,. ?- .
i Lois Mann. They have four 741, is briefed by James Murray, TD3., *i:, ::;' aisaslhtneona"Oflenaelt" BL ,HI.*, .

Chrhtlan ScienceTuesday2000at children} Dolores Diane, Jackie, jag staff lie is one .f many who e o Jr..M. : ,?Dr Il.L ZZifaeet. ; :.

: Small Chapel. I It and Terrell. with his organized squadron<< u- I'I'w "" ',' '. ... .. ,
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Stations Brush Up FellaslCompetitive ARMED FonfiS ;L 1f )ff"X' ;


Examinations for POs -. __
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Dialogue 'This is to certify that..1 r.t" V.! T,tiT.,! ,
,
{ Scheduled for January 1952 has given Wood lo the ARMED FORCES of the ;
an
<"Station Dialogue" provide
opportunity for military.and civilian 'a"blnton (AITS) Competitive examinations for advance- UNITED STATES through the facilities o t"Kgy 'J j jv

personnel of NAS to voice ment to third class through chief petty officer will be held in January -

their ,opinion -on a question :put to 1952, the Navy has announced. % *: :PI3d) ItorjOr: Cent.r. ''

them by a Jax Air News report Several changes have been announced for the tests which are ,

er.) scheduled as follows: order to become eligible- --to-partic- x+' r;/Jv 8:,--..4..r: t't p r. -t-It'nZ ':'"

Today' question is: "What do For third claws petty" ffleer:
"j
ipate in the tests.Recommendations. ..... -4 .::
you consider the most frightening Tuesday, Jan. 8. ,Tf''Il'O-'f''''''' ; 11'1 f"I.'I ,, .
be sub -
are to
moment Of your life? for second class petty officer: 1
mitted in memorandum form, giving .
"
Eugene McNeal, AN VF-5: "'Igreatest Tuesday, Jan. 15.* correct full name, rate, service A'" '

coos" "t ve d th e For first class petty officer' : umber, rate for which man is G C. :Marshall '

frightof 'Tuesday, Jan. 82. recommended and division to !oo':;..... Secretary of Defense
my life ao For chief petty officer:' Tuesday which attached. j

far when I had .Jau. %9. 1 J .
.1' ['g' my tonsils re Among the change are rulings BLOOD DONOR CARD-This is a photo replica of the billfoldsize -

: moved. WhUeanestheBia which allow examinations for re- EmployeeContinued card given to all who donate in the Armed Forces Blood

: washolm advancement only for chief petty Donor campaign. Many here are sporting such cards' as recognition

.. \,;;>' ,-., ueuig. -A H-.mint....--- officers. The military and professional ( from Page 1) of their answer to the call for blood.

McNeal tered the subjects; will be combined savings plan for himself with interest

thought that I wouldn't come out in one examination for each general : I also channeled moneyto
of it suddenly struck me. I 'was servioe rate. Reservists will the defense program.

only fifteen at the time and terrified be instructed to answer questions After all, he was heard commenting Breezing
at the idea. Nedless to say. known to pertain to their emergency it's a* cycle anyway 0 & R

I have recovered. although I had service rate first and sub- buy bonds to help the defense

my doubts."* eequently to answer all the remaining program. Congress appropriatesmore Around

questions.The money for defense and we
Thomas P. Dobbs, ADCAP), Navy also, announced that at Jax get an increase in work-

r '** T Operations' : the General Training Course for load'which insures continuanceof Process Division
"When I had to nonrated men is no longer mandatory jobs. Inspection Items
our The O&R column in the Jax
make: my first for advancement to" pay a is new and the Have you bought your shareof
News fairly
Air
< solo landing grade E-2. Bluejackets :Manual The money Bostic is saving is Process Division contribution to Freedom today? It is your

fl" ;J while undergoing (14th edition) has been recom- going towards his dream home it only a week old. The Process best investment. Ask any person
: Flight mended for study in connection and the education and wel- Division is the largest in O&R, beyond the Atlantic or Pacific,
Training. at with military requirements for I fare of his future family. Bos- having over 800 people. This and they will assure you that
NAS Memphis. E-3 : there is no asset so desirable as
advancement to pay grade tic is just a regular employee group is as varied and colorful as
that It
Knowinir stock in a Democracy. We mean,
and above. interested in and aviation,
sports indus
large contingent in an
-D bbs- tir1i any
was upto As in the July examinations, having at one time valid Pri- trial center. buy "Defense Bonds"fighting
me to make a successful landing and who be- dollars for our fighting: men and
postal' cards 'will be supplied -with vate Pilots License, artisans in
of practi-
and that I had no one to turn Made up women-Courage for men on
test papers for those who wish to lieves in saving for that rainy known trade famil-
1 to for advice was frightening tn cally every "Heartbreak Hill"Hope for
informed of results as day.
be as early
itself..' iar to aircraft-Metalsmith, AMG, men below the 38th Parallel-
w practicable. There are many employees at sailmaker i sandblaster, heat Peace for men In foxholes. "De

Edward Farell CSSN, Galley: Recommendations for advance- NAS like Bostic who believe in treater, painter finish & insignia, fense Bonds" are not only patri-
to EM, E-3 and the Saving Bond Program and machinist toolmaker
ment grades
*'My most pay upholsterer, otic pledges, they are smart in-
frightening moment E-6 are being accepted by the who are doing their part by buffer & polisher, aircraft vestments.We .
Mainside Education Services Of weekly deductions in the Payroll and
fabric worker patternmaker,
occurred fices. Personnel eligible to par- Savings Plan. Many of them too, helpers and apprentices to these are mightly proud of the
in divi-
I 'when I was showing which the following
ticipate in these tests are requiredto have served in the Armed Forces rates as well as laborers, this
wreck. It made in the
a car sions have currently
the life of
their before .and have experienced sounding
file requests on or division could well be a
was a two-car Defense Bond Drive: Process and
countries and I
other
Oct. 12.Training. citizens of board in nearly every issueof
collision and like Bostic "Give me the Accessories 95%; Power Plant
-F rrtll luckily no one course marks petty say Way." daily life. Inspection Division 70%. We are
was hurt. It did teach me a lesson officer leader marks and practical good ole American The people will be the news. expecting the remaining three
I though. I now possess a factors marks must be in Within the past six months, Writers will only gather and divisions to equal or better the
state driver's license. each man's record by Oct. 121n NAS has had two Bond drives combine their opinions and views. above percentages in the next
and participation percentage in will make
--- Personal news up a few days.
I Bruce Tharp ENS, USS Good- I the payroll savings plan has large portion of the column, and *
OntheJobContinued deducted
increased. Money
rich. "when I steadily any contribution by all personnelwill Lawrence A. Apelbacher,
for bonds, if is pointed out be welcomed. ADE2 James F. Guynn AD2;
narrowly escaped ;
an auto ( from Page 1) not only provides a systematic Shop 4377, Metals Branch- Irving G, Hall, ADI; Harold R.
crash. I was tion to the new recruit-a ,tho- savings plan but helps to channel Mrs. Clay Covington. Metalsmith, Linstrom AL1; Gerald G. Marina -

l U' driving along rough grounding in safety pre money from the market and does has received word that the spark ADE1; Eugene Mays, Jr.,
inflation
the highway in cautions. This practical instruc- ,in its small way help deflate funds: for of her life-Clay Covington, AE1; James E. Nunn, AMI; WaIter -

a log one tion will give them the basic while providing AMC is returning to the States D. Pass, AD2: Gilbert H.

l night. When I fundamentals necessary for qualifying the defense program.1 I from duty aboard the aircraft Paul, AD1; Englebert J. Rotzin-
:
; attempted t o as flight deck crews and carrier "Coral Sea" which is cur ger, AEM1; Leon L. Stahlman

Tharp the car in front of me I I plane ,captains aboard ship. Certain Vet GradsTo rently on maneuvers in the Med A01; and Jack M Taylor, AMI,

pass found set ,of headlights coming Students are carefully grounded iterranean. Fasron 9, NAAS, Cecil have all been recommended for
towards a me. The .collision was I in the exact techniques of carrier Field is Chief Covington's des advancement by the Inspection
deck operations from Continue Study Division officer.
averted when I swung off the light I tination.
road into a deep ditch. I consider the minyte the planes are rolled Only three members of the Inspection -

myself fortunate to have escaped off the hangar deck on to the Under GI Bill We are fortunate indeed to Bowling Team showed

without serious injury." elevator and are launched from have with us two retired Navy up Tuesday Night for a match
1 the ship. New York ,(AFPS) :Members Chiefs, namely E. L. Johnson and with the Power Plant boys.

1 SY. Grace Capshaw, manager, NAS' The overall job of the Air of the Armed Forces and veterans A. A Rappenhagen both of Francis Colson and Ferrill ,Cochran -
I
... Unit is to who finished high school or college with led team
Canteen; "une craft Maintenance ser- whom are metalsmiths a were ably by cap-
day, while vice the planes that the students training this Spring under total of 53 years active service. tain Charles L. Saxton who

working at the work on and to insure the terms trt the Veterans Readjustment J. G. "Brazer Head" Littrell, grounded 199 pins in one string.

..... I NAS Memphis fact that the planes are kept in Act may continuesuch rnetalsmith, will be handing out Mrs. Jean M. Craddock and
I. :< canteen, light- top shape. The forty-seven men training at the next step the upwardthis cigars again.for the seventh time Miss Cornelia J. Craddock are fly-
'I ening struck comprising the Maintenance Unit Fall even though July in about 10 days or so. ing down from New York, Friday

1" ':, 'I:; the building. are able to pull any repairs on 23 cut-off date has passed. John Silajjyi i, formerly a metal- for an extended visit wills

W ''',: Suddenly, a the planes up to and includingan The Veterans Administration smith with Shop 3277, is now em- Chief Willard B.. Craddock..
of
H' portion of the engine overhaul. advises that new certificates Arsenal *
ployed with the Perth Amboy
wall near me 1 I eligibility must be applied for on Planning
Capshaw in Perth Amboy, N. J. John,
fell apart, leaving a blank ,space I or before the last date at which as remember was high man This Is a story about a cute
where the bulkhead once stood WIVES the institution to be attended permits you the O&R bowling team. He is little sailor-a helpful ;fellow
NAVY on
I and a fire was avoided, but every enrollment for full credit currently hig man on the above when the office crew needs help
one was frightened out of their during the Fall term of the 1951- named arsenal team. selecting wedding or birthday
wits, Including me.' 52 schol year. All students must gifts. One day the sailor toolc
CORNER actually be enrolled in their We deeply regret hearing of Vivienne Appleton, Clerk ,and
I course by that time. the loss of William Dudley Snead, Betty Pasco, Typist, on a gift
On September 22 the members of Mr. and Mrs. Wile
infant son
..j I THEATER GUIDE The V. A. ruling covers normal buying spree to Ship's Service.
No. 86 and their hus-
of the NWC liam C Snead .We wish to an- What he didn't know was that
progression from high school to
of
another evening
bands enjoyed nounce that William L. Wright
the gift they went after was for
1 Over 15 college, as well as from one collegiate
1IAINSIDEI dancing and good'food. advanced Metalsmith, and Frederick J. him and his new bride. It really
I Thursday, October 4 couples participated.Mrs. level to a more Smith, Metalsmith. will depart* "
the two girls hopping
"Lady From Texas" -.. -. Elliott Newell will leave level of study. However, the ruling soon along with other O&R personnel kept sending him after sandwiches,

__.__." __o. Howard Duff for Chicago this week to attend holds good only for those to attend the American to keep
etc trying
5"Crosswinds".John Con.ention of the who finished high school or col- cigarettes
October
Friday, the National Legion National Convention at
him from their selection.
Payne Wives Clubs of America. lege at the end of the 1950-51 seeing
J Navy Miami, Florida.
Saturday October 6; All kindergarten parent are school year, and who wish to .. .-. He was, as always helpful,
tho and when
ghtful-
"Redhead And The Cowboy"... reminded that the October' tuitionis move on to a more advanced levelof These men are members of the back to .O&R- beet red they when got

__........_.?__ Glen Ford due today. study immediately. Post 9 Drum and Bugle Corps. In they gaVe him a beribboned
Sunday October 7 fact Frederick J. Smith was elec-
it with all best wishes. The
.._____ the A. L. to package
"When Worlds Collide" ed by members of
sailor of course, is B. G.Matchett,
'I _" _. Richard Derr direct the Corps. AN and we offer him and the
Monday, October 8 Laurie Maccree, Metalsmith,
i new Mrs. our heartiest congratu-
.. "Criminal ._ m and Judy Covington, Metalsmith, lations.

::" _.______Lawyer"Pat O'BrienTues. have just completed a thorough .
& Wed., Oct. 9-10 canvass of the Metals Branch in We are sorry to hear that Mr.

"Angels In The Outfield"__ cooperation with the current TJ. B. J. Delacy's, clerk, Mother is 'ill.Mr. i

_..__.. .......__.. Paul Douglas S. Savings Bond Drive. Results- Delacy has gone to Washington y
Well P
50% increase.
Better than
NATTOenter D. C. to be with her.

Thursday October 4 done J. gals W. Kin sbury. AMG, of Clarence Fike, Timekeeper '
i
"Annie Of The Indies"_ __ 3104 Fuselage is passingout just got back from a two weeks
..__..__Louis Jourdan Shop ,
cigars i in honor of Debra vacation-While Clarence was
Friday, October 5 r away he got married. Clarence
Ann, 9 Ibs. She arrived by plane
;I "Redhead And The Cowboy"Glenn Ford_ and is very happy with her adop- married the' former Miss' Eliza-
.. 2
October ted parents ,C. J. Brantley, beth Brown.
SatecdaT, 6 Metalsmith, Shop I know somebody thatls going
Leadingman
"Crosswinds___.__John Payne 3104, has found a way to beat to have lots of strawberry jam at
Sunday October 7 I the price of meat. He has bought his house next spring. A. D.

"Hills Of Utah" ....Gene Autry I AFYS 5 (count *em) cows. Kaye, P&E just separated and
Men. & Tuesday., Oct. 8-6 Branch planted about seven hundred
Machines
form of lifeboats. The entire
to in the
TO SEA Plastic sea
DOWN rees
Collide"_ ,
"When Worlds in'his garden.
Va. employee extends their heartfelt sympathy strawberry plants
an
Portsmouth, ,
_._u__.'_'" Richard Derr At the Norfolk'test models Naval Shipyard..f the boats the Navy hopes to utilizethroughout to Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ben- We'll be over to see him about .

Wednesday, October 10 looks aver the fleet. Cast in one piece, the plastic halls. have nett in the loss of their baby April and we'll bring our aura
"Criminal
,
and
? cream sugar
. .. Lawyer"Pat O'Brien wooden trim and bulkheads. daughter.
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"'tea'rHE I
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: 6t Air ).oKER t'oR '; HE Ncl .t L; t Niftwp '

' evcKri. a ro Pkt< t4Y LC1CKEitaoa + A standout start in the fall intramural .
csv N.
J If
...,.,... ,,,.. ._ "'""""""-'' sports program was
UT ** TE1.1. YOU ABOUTTHE made by Fasron 6 last week

Tine WA*' 0' MY when squadron competitors over- I

wr--- Di1NCwlLtc$ to IsuMcattrrtiMt whelmed their opponents in four

contests., I

The ..running- elusive Chuck p
Hontz sparked"the football teamto

39-6 victory over Ordnance
a
> r .. Ir
f
r L & Gunnery. The hustling Fasron

'- .- gridders scored three times in !
-
1T / each half and smashed O & G f

S back for three safeties.
-S
r w, v I The bowling team pinned down 6 I
.
Commissary 3.1, while the ,golf
, team stroked out a three point. '

margin over ComFairJax 7'/i to
4''>

r.A well balanced volleyballteam .I .. II
Ki 'LG'1:7C: coereaI long one of Fasron's proud. -
est products, looked sharp while
.. I
,- overpowering Operations in two
straight games, 15-2 and 15-4
The less active athletes and '

ping-pong experts will soon be

\ able to display their wares at

table tennis and on a vastly im-

proved table, according( to an an-
nounncement from the squadron

recreation office. Perhaps now
, some of the really skillful (and

Fasron has a goodly share) play _
c "" ers will be able to minutely per

E'TER'NI'TY fect their games. I
I L .
'
. nL: L : Virgil Hough, AMAM, a member (

1\J1 ', \ of the hydraulics crew, jacked .
\ .i ,, up enough nerve recently to .
LWEEK :(, '" make the long trip down the aisle

into double harness and is now I

listed among the ranks of the

'BABYKINS GETS INTO THE ACT Noted brown baggers.
BishopTo Ted Nixon, PN3, who gathersthe

s WITH BEAUTY CONTEST OF OWNWomen Conduct Rites reported material back for for'Six duty Bits',after has ",

spending six weeks in the hos- j

hold beauty contests. At St. Edward'sThe pital. .
fants between the ages of six 1
contests. Even Lt. Charles Adair and Verlin
Men stage beauty I
months and a year; a Girls' Car-
SALTY HUMOR FROM children have beauty contests. liage Parade for children five Most Reverend Thomas J. Henson, AK3, were passing out

HERE AND THERETwo And now, babies also want to years old and older; and a Bo 's' McDonough, Auxiliary Bishop of cigars last week to commemorate ." ". 5'''
get in on the act, for "their" con- Bicycle Parade for children five St. Augustine will administer the arrival of 'bundles of joy', Lt. Ii+

Southern Maryland farm- test will be held this month old and older. the Sacrament of Confirmationat Adair was forced to find a name 1

ers were discussing their trials aboard the Naval Air Station, years St. Edward's Chapel Sunday, for a girl, while Henson was gift Jed
division will be
From each
November 4 at 1600. with a baby boy. JJ
ksom'llIe.Malting
and tribulations. The first farmer J ae picked a boy and girl winner for *
said, "Well, it looks like I'm possible this irregular the first place award. All win Station personnel, their dependents
Upon Hugh Hutchins AM3
gonna have to get rid of that old beauty fest-as far as tradition is be and a group from Green ,
will be then eligible to
ners worker in the metal
1
rooster of mine.. He crows all con..erned-Is Troop 131, Boy Cove Springs Naval Base will shop and a
voted the King or Queen of the member of the volleyball team, 1
America which is the class
night. Scouts of sponsored comprise
contest. Spectators' applause will 'Six Bits' places the honorary l<
The second farmer asked, by NAS. decide the King or Queen. An applause Father John J. Burns, station title this week of 'White Hat of to
1 What kind of a rooster is heHe's ? Sunday, Oct. 28, is the day on meter will tabulate the official Catholic Chaplain, has requested the Week. 1
which babjkins will have the opportunity those wishing to receive the sac-
a Rhode Inland! Red, was score. Hutchins, who has just recently (
to toddle in front of the
the :reply. rament to procure their recordsof returned to the squadron after I
"
spotlights to show their "stuff. Baptism and attend instruc- >t
"You mean he's a Communist Judge for the contest will be: completing a tour of duty with
will be in the
The contest staged tion classes in the small Chapel
? asked the second farmer. Capt. Douglas T. Day, commanding the Shore Patrol of Jacksonville, ;
"No," said his friend, but he Mainside Gymnasium.. officer of NAS; Capt. Lester each Tuesday and Thursday eve- is a career man who joined the ;

acts like one. If he can't get K. Rice, commanding officer of ning at 1900.Special Navy in June 1948. (

peace and quiet, he's gonna see Eligible for the contest are in- NATTCenter, Comdr; James H. classes of instructionfor After he signed the enlistment

to it that nobody else does." fant dependents of Naval personnel Armstrong, executive officer of children to be confirmed are papers at Rome, Ga the young .
attached to facilities in the Jr. held at the Chapel each Sundayat recruit received his initial Navy
NAS; Comdr. John A. Gamon, ,
Botany Teacher: "Now class, Jacksonville aieaRegistrations executive officer of NATTC; Lt. 0930. training at San Diego and then
and
Phelan
when do leaves turn red?" will be accepted, Gordon D Walker, public information Lcdr William P. was transferred to Memphis for
beginning Monday, Oct. 15, at the Mrs. Mary Coughlin will act as
Students: "In the autumn. officer, NAS; Lt. James R. ,AN (P) school.At .
Mainside movie theater, Building sponsors for the class. the close of his
Teacher: "Why do leaves turn Wolfe public information officer, schooling in
612, where registration headquarters Relatives and friends of members 'P' school, Hugh had demonstrated .
red in the autumn? NATTC; and H. S. Williamson, ;
will be set The Office will of the class are invited to ;
Small voice from back of room up. Boy Scouts of America lepresent- enough ability in the aviation
be from 1600 to 1800 witness the ceremony, it has
'They're blushing to think how open daily. ative. structural mechanic line that he
green they've been all summer. A fee of 50 cents will be chargedto been announced. received an additional tour of instruction -
R defray award expenses. Regis- Arrangements have been madeto at Memphis, this timein
trations will close at Midnight, have Dr. John B. Riggsbee, of There would be a great many the AM school. .
Three clergymen were discuss Oct. 24.Six the NAS Infirmary, as the medical more brunettes in this country if I Hugh's first regular duty station ', ;
ing the problems of their different -
officer in attendance. so hadn't dyed.
events will be conducted at many was with VP-48 with which .
The
churches. first was wor-
ried about the Pennsylvania Rail- the contest. They area as follows: unit he chalked up some duty I
Toddlers Beauty Contest for babies outside the continental U. S. be- ,.
road freight train going by justat
up to two-and-a-half years fore receiving 'orders for duty
that time when he reached the
old; a contest for those between with Fasron 6. ,
climax of his sermon. The second
two-and-a-half-yeais and thiee- A 21-year old brown bagger,
was all wrought u about the big
,
j
and a-half contest for ba. has taken and
years; a Hugh successfully
noise of the Big Four Diesel en-
bies between three.and.a.hall passed the first year college level
which him
gines, annoyed during
and five educational tests USAFI
years years. given by
his sermon. The third one said:
during his time.,
spare
Gentlemen the that
thing wor- .
A Baby Walking Derby for InBoard I .
e ries me most of all is that"Nickel
Plate" which comes down the Rifle Gets Captured,

center aisle on. Sunday. mornings. to Pick Cleaned and Returned ,

&ii F .
First Sailor: "Why is a post Somewhere in Korea (AFPS)-

age'stamp like a June bride Officers Pl C. Ihomas I.J'noli of Bayonne,

Second ditto "I give up. Why" Navy X. J., li plating lily own little

First Sailor: "They both have I game of &he and take" with the

to be licked before they'll stick." Promotion enemy.
During: an attack lie lost his!

The overnight guest of a New M-l, It was picked up by the
Washington (AFI'S) Temporary -
! Orleans hotel was impressed by to the rank of K-ed i. Later, after another kUirinUh -

the smart intelligent bell-hop, commander promotions and captan will be ,'the rifle wan. found by Ljnth'si
who had his bags on the curb and boards hergrant.
a, a taxi waiting for him the mom considered when selection And to the soldier's delight, It j ..
October and November .
ent he was ready to go. He convene during had been thoroughly cleaned. i
the Navy Department has .
"
{ flipped the young man a fifty
t" cent piece.. announced. Serves Tour at 15
On Oct. 9, line officers will be Boy ;
"Make it a dollar, the bellhop
;, considered for promotion to com Now 17 He Re-enlists :
whimpered, "and I won't mentionthe all ,,>_
The other boaids
mander.
hotel towels you packed. convening on Nov. 6, will consider .. t Ft. Jackson, S. C. ((4FPS) 0-
exclaimed ,
The guest indignantly -
promotions as follows: FEi The speed of a jet plane compaies
"Young man I could have you = '
with the
Medical corps captain and c6m- favorably Army reenlistment -
arrested for making groundless
a
mander; medical service corps and record of 17-year-old
. like that!
accusation nurse corps, commander; supply Bobby Gene Willis of Poulan, Ga..
sir the bell
: "Don't get upset, 1.>-" < '
whenhe
hop answered cheerfully. Nine corps, chaplain corps, civil engineer Bobby joined the Army
corps, dental corps, captainand was 15. After a winter spent
fJ times out of works. :. 40 <
tenit
t commander.. I lin combat in Korea, his age was. .

:; A fat dowager; waddling in a Women officers of the' line, discovered. '"
'
crowded bus, trod heavily on the medical and supply corps are not' .... A minority discharge came t
k extended foot of an Irritable gen- being considered for promotion to .. IJ through-but Bobby, no,v age 17. ,
the grade of commander at )Jiis immediately le-enhsted. ,
tleman trying to read his paper.
time, the Navy stated. ii Time. lost-one day.
He looked up and snarled, Madam Irt.ii'' .
.
j
I will ask kindly to keep ffi"< .
you ; "'.)
off foot." Gilligani I can tell you how ..... Sailor: "Have you any good'
my Niagara LUSCIOUS LENS! LOVELy-it's cheesecake photos like this after-shaving lotion?"
"Put your foot where it belongs much water runs over
," she answered sharply. Falls to a quart.Brannigan I one of Virginia Mayo that make photographers snap-happy. She's Clerk: 'Yes. Here's one that

"Don't tempt me, madam, don't : How much? been making great strides in her latest 'Tainting the Clouds With drives the "girls crazy. It smell) .

tempt me." Gilligan: Two pints. Sunshine" .like, money. .

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Fasron 9, VF-J2, VC-62, Fasron 109 Report



a Scouting J i Jacksonville Area SquadronsFasron I


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9 vision program must be given to time Chief and Mrs. Zigmond

An announcement from the the Fasron Photo Lab for their, Grochmal, ADC, welcomed aboarda

personnel office of Fasron 9 cooperation and technical ability I I strapping baby boy.

has stated that 35 membersof which has been utilized for the Deserving of the congratulations -
venture of the squadron are, Arthur
the have
squadron suc- Hupp, Jimmy Sampair, Jim Armstrong -
cessfully passed examinations VFJ2One Walt Isham and John
for advancement 'in ratingsand of VF-12's "flying uban-'I Hafner who recently advanced

will be promoted to first,, gis", Lcdr. Joe Campbell, flyinghis from AA to AN.

second and third class petty F2H2 "Banshee" made his Coleman Brown AO'C and
officers 16 October.Of squadron's 1,000th landing aboard James McGee, MN3 departed for
.
on
If .. the aircraft carrier USS Coral TAD with FASron 6 in order to
the 89 men to vie for higher Sea (CVB43)). receive a refresher course in aerial -
ratings, 45 per cent made the This landing perhaps representsa mines.

grade. Some of those men were record for jet descents during Just returned from the Lock
reserve members who didn't pass a single\ cruise aboard a flat-top. heed Aircraft Factory in Bur-
the overall professional exams but I I
.I bank, California are ChMack
ye3 Y r. r, successfully completed sections of VC-62 I II Chester A, Morrissey and William .

_,_".__''"''''..''..._...m..mm._ __....__...__...__.n...... the test specially designed for I Just a week after his rousing I B. Tucker, AD3, where they received -
their specialty rating and will also stag party, Lt. Eben Leaviit mar instruction on P2V-5 maint-
SOFTBALLERS HONORED-Members of Jax Navy's Softball be advanced in pay grade. ried the former Miss Charlett enance. '

aggregation, which closed the past season In fine fashion by copping The necessary bulletin changeson Dittmar the daughter of Captainand A welcome aboard is extendedto
the Duval County championship, gathered for presentationof plane engines belonging to VF- Mrs. Charles A. Dittmar.
Harrison B. SN and
letter-sweaters last week. Front row, left to right, are Larry 22 have been completed and the Twenty-tu-o squadron memberswill Napier,
Tuso, ADI; Louis lozzino, AN; Matt Fedak, ADI, and Rollyn jet shop night-check has been dis- be advanced to the next higher I Hubert from H. Forbes the USS, SN who and reported

Trotter, SA. Back row, Ross Kaser, AMC; Frank Girardeau, AMI; continued. A great deal of creditis pay grade on 16 Oct. They are: Megara
the USS Colis
Chuck Wheeler, PNZ; Phil McKay, ADI 'and AI Gonyea, AK2.Missing due the department for the Charles Maker, AF2; Homer San- respectively.. ,
from the picture are' Gene Morton, Sam Black, John Mc speed and workmanship displayed difer, AF2; Bob Wpplley, YNT2;

Caffrey and Gerry Walsh. during the heavy* work* period. Eugene Cochran, AMH3; Phil Tickets On Sale

Karns AE3; Ed Kaszubowski,
Joseph J. Fusoo, AA, has returned AF3 Lawrence Moran, PR3; Na-
Food Handler WOULD YOU LIKE |
to duty with the supply division than Sands, AE3; Tom Stallings, For 5 Concerts '

FREE CALL HOWE? from the hospital. William AF3; George Conner, SN; Vincent
School Slated Pennybacker AA, has departedon Cooper AN; Charles Coughlin,
How would you like to makea leave while Tom E. Norton, SA, SN; WI 11 a r d Crockett, ADAN; By Jax SymphonySubscriptions
has checked back in from his va-
Bill Curtis AEAN Bob Harding,
distance call home- ;
long
For Oct. 1618A cation. Congratulations go to Bob AEMAN; Charles Myers, AFAN; to five concertsby
all for free? Peterson for his promotion to AN. Jack Peeke, AEMAN; Dennis Perry the Jacksonville Symphony

Food Handlers School The USO, located atop the Perhaps the biggest sports event AMAN; Vince Riccie AKAN; Orchestra are available to Naval
Beaches and Navy Bus sta- ever staged at Cecil Field will begin i Ed Sullivan, ATAN; Jack Thomas Air Station personnel interested\;
will be conducted at the Naval tion, 122 Clay street in Jacksonville on the Cecil Field golf course ATAN; and Arthur Stradley, in attending this season's pro
Air Station Oct. 16, 17, is offering such a next week and will last until well ADAN. grams.

18, in the NATTC auditorium, prize, in a simple contest that up in November if present plans Season tickets cot $12.25, $9.76,
it has been announced.The should take just a few min- for a monstrous golf tournamentfor Fasron 109 $7.25, and $4.75 for reserved seatsin
station personnel are com-
FASKon 109's volleyball team the orchestra, orchestra terrace
school will open to military utes.All you need to do is tell in pleted. won another victory 'over O & R and balcony of the George

,I or civilian personnel who 25 words or less, "What the Under a system worked out last week, thus making up somewhat Washington Hotel Auditorium,
are charged in any way with the with the cooperation of Captain : where the concerts will be
USO means to me. Mail your for the loss the touch foot- pre
handling of foods or food sup- Hawkins and Comdr. Williamson,
sented. Good seats in the three
entries, as many as you like, ball team suffered at the handsof
Identical classes will be man on the station is Invited -
plies. every .
auditorium locations and
to the USO Contest, 122 ClaySt. the corpsmen from the NAS price
held during morning and afternoon to enter the competition and
., Jacksonville, Fla., before hospital. Another ray of light ranges are obtainable.
sessions. has been worked
a prize system
midnight Oct. 15. Be sure to was the fact that the squadron Opens Nov. 1
directedby out that will be beneficial to the
will be
The
program attach your name and mailing bowling team won their first tilt The Jacksonville Symphony
Chief Warrant Officer James address. duffs as well as the medalist golf by default. Orchestra opens its 1951-52 con

Marcelle, Jr., of the NAS Infirm Only those in active military ers Evidently the stork makes the cert season on Nov. 1, when Ben
sanitation office, and E. Russell Joel P. Clark, ADC, proved to
ary and the de- for this Jones pianist will be the guest
service are eligible unit a weekly stop-over,
supervisor of the be the squadron's eminent grid-
Jackson
soloist Rachmaninoff's Second
the will be in
I cision of judges
handlers training iron authority last week when he
food programof Piano Concerto. Mr. Jones is a
the Florida State Board of final. waltzed off with the first prize Wins Desire For faculty member of the Juiliard

., St Health. I money in the prediction contest. School of Music in New York
The school is conducted at the Roy Asher, AO1 and Elbert Pet-
station twice a year, with an average I Chaplains Reveal way, ADC, tied for second money.A 'Wings of Gold'In City.Music director of the orchestrais
of 300 personnel receiving large share of the credit for Van Lier Lanninj who has

certificates after attending. : New Schedule Of the success of the Fasron 9 tele- Cadet Program programmed several major and

minor composi"ons for the first

Sunday WorshipIn New Foot Powder and subsequent concerts. Mr.
J'OhlYanaros, ALl of VP-741 Lanning will conduct the orchestra
response to requests from has been transferred this week to in all its concerts.
many of the personnel of NATT- Offers Protection NAS Pensafola for flight training, Guest Soloists

Center, Protestant Chaplainshave having been accepted under the Among the guest soloists to appear '
published a new schedule of Against Frostbite NavCad program. at later concerts will be J
J; services for Holy Communion or With a heavy background bothin Edward Preodor violinist; Artiss!'! 'l
Washington (AFPS) A new civilian and naval aviation,
the Lord's Supper. The coopera- de Volt, harpist; and Yvonne
tion of the Chaplains of the Na- medicated foot powder, developedby Yanaros holds a CAA pilot License Barnett pianist. The season's final -
val Hospital and Cecil Field has the Army Medical Service, and has acquired :300: pilot concert will be an all-orches
Vital Statistics-Born to Frank been requested to carry out the will reduce perspiration and offer hours in his own "Vultee Vibra tral program, featuring Rimsky-
.: ... and Lucelle Wood (she was for- new program. partial protection against cold Injuries tor." He is qualified for a CAA Korsakov's "Scheherazade Suite."
merly of Control Branch) a girl to troops in cold weather aircraft-engine license. will
with the month of Tickets for single concerts
Cynthia Carlene, Sept. 8, at St.Luke's Beginning areas. During World War 11 radioman -
cost $3 $2.50. $1.75 and $1.25.
October Communion for ,
Hospital. Cynthia is the : Holy An initial supply of the powder Yanaros was a combat air
will be celebratedeach Season subscriptions are now .
Protestants
second girl and offspring In the subjected to rigid Arctic soot in
at 0800 in the small recently crewman a lear gunner on sale at the Jacksonville Sym
Woods family. Francene, the Sunday at the NAS Chapel Cen- testing by the Armed Forces, will SBD's and SB2C's.! in the Pacific phony Association's office 1832 e
older, was the goungest participant Chapel be issued this Fall to troops in area Discharged in San Diego Mallory Street. Naval Air Station :J
((2'i years old( In the 50- ter.1st Sunday: General Communion cold weather areas,, including after the war,' Yanaios" joined the personnel can make reservations
Years Progress Pageant held those in Korea. "Weekend Waniors" at NARTU
Service; 2nd Sunday: Lutheran for tickets by telephoning ,;
last March. Communion Service; 3rd Sunday Maj. Gen. George Armstrong, Jacksonville, while studying for 3-6951 or 82161. '
Comdr. Millard C. Snyder after : Episcopal Communion Service Army Surgeon General said re- his mechanical engineering degree
two and one-half years at Supply, :, and 4th Sunday: Baptist cently'that the foot powder reduces at the University of Florida. Blood Drive
has left for his new duty station, Communion Service. sweating by as ,much as 24 When: VP-741 was recalled to
the: USS Philippine Sea. The Control per cent. active duty as a unit in March (Continued from Page 1)) :

Branch Officer, has earned Chaplains Named E. Elliott and The new preparation is intendedto of this year, he stayed with the Blood Bank to the Naval Hospitaland
Robert
Chaplains be used where the He then for
the traditional "Well done" from military squadron. applied to groups of civilian employes
Milton G. Kuolt will conduct the
his associates and they join In extending Lutheran Communion situation permits a dally change the Navy flight program. of the station, shall in no way fce .'..
General and
their hearty good wishes of socks and shoes. Packaged in Yanaros filled the shoes of first depleted or reduced by the Armed '
Service respectively. Chaplain
seven separate envelopes contain- radioman In a flight crew, and 1
irt his new duty. Samuel P. Holiday of Cecil Forces program. In fact these 1
to L.dr, WalterJ. ing one week's supply per soldier, ladarnian and gtound training asserts
Welcome aboard Field will conduct the Episcopal accounts, he are now 4
Brobston, who comes to us from Communion. Chaolain WilliamA. each packet contains instructionsfor petty officer at Patrol Squadron combined under one designation 1

NATTC and is currently assignedas Wiggins of the Naval' Hosoital use., 741. of the Armed Forces account. ,:
Material Branch Officer. will conduct the Baptist Communion "It therefore makes no iota of ..
ton. And speaking' of reporting: Service. difference where the blood is donated
Sidelights will be guest-edited they Slate Listed at the station Infirmary '.,
next two Issues while your regular This new series of monthly or the Jacksonville Blood Bank." ,
J j reporter is taking his annual Communion Services has been Capt. Early Mid "It all serves .'
trek to Yankeeland.Odds arranged to begin with the reg- i"k the same purpose, and no one will ,
and Ends-Lt. John J. ular 0830 Sunday morning worship be deprived of needed blood all /,:,
Prince, Traffic Section Officer, returned services so that those attend all local requirements will be
.: .. to work this week, fully ing the 0800 services will be ableto :" >' met. This is because we are permitted a
..,.
his recent services at "N to retain sufficient
covered from opera- attend the regular "
tion at the Naval Hospital 0830. ", I :; ; amounts from the blood shippedto I
John J. Edmons, Shipping, has To round out a full scheduleof : Philadelphia." :
been hospitalized for the past religious experience each About 30 persons are being "
week at St. Vincent's, where he week, attention is called to the processed at the Armed Forces .'; ',
is recuperating from a heart at 0930 Sunday School session in Blood Center every hour. ';1

tack. The recuperation process which Chaplain Elliott is featuring I 'r,
will take at least another several a Bible Studv Class for adults
weeks. Weather Outlook .

., The Department's Golf team lost Guidance' Day! '
I its first match, one-up, to oppo- A little bit of everything is
nent NATTC .. ..Al Szarmanskiis South Windsor, Conn. (AFPS) what the weathermen at NAS '

maying preparations for his -It was guidance day for Ella- ______._...__.._..n.n_ ___n__"__" .___' Aerology promise for the 'coming -
October leave which will carry worth Memorial High School students week-end.
him to the Carolinas, and west In the school's auditorium, JET ACTION FROM MIDWAY-With a mighty thrust the Friday '- Partly cloudy and
to Texas, Arizona, and even upper the speakers were introduced. Forth Navy's newest jet fighter, the F7U Cutlass, catapults from the deck warm, with Southerly winds.
'
Mexico. girls *. representative of an of the USS Midway during initial test and evaluation exercises Saturday-Scattered showers ''
Three additions to Sidelight reporting -: (Insurance company For the boys, 'being conducted at sea. The aircraft has a gross weight of 20,000 with Westerly winds. ,
staff r< Flora;Funkrrst, three tpeakers-officers from the pounds wingspan of 39 feet, and a length of 40 feet Performance Sunday-Rapid clearing jm l'
Virgil ) Army. ; Navy' and Marine Corps." results have not been revealed. cool], Northwesterly wind
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JAX AIR NEWS 4 October 1951

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4-Ball Enters 3rd Tourney Round I I NAS I Center Split In



Craig McKee and L. E. Sherrill

teamed to score a brilliant 67 to J :. First
turn back Ed Barnes and M. L. Ring Program

Haney to advance to the third
round in the Four Ball Championship
tourney now underwayat Naval Air Station and NATTCenter fighters broke even in she
the NAS links. aC matches-each copping three bouts-in the first of a series of all-
Leo Marchell and Dave Swee I station smokers held last Thursday night at NATTCenter'a huge out

ney combined to beat the father- a dooaring area.

son combination of Bill Chase and Ss .. 55: :More than 1,000 fans were on
Bill Chase, Jr.. while Bob Wal hand for the topnolch'ard with stronger Farr.
lace and Erwin Scott dropped a included in addition to the six all-I In the first fight, Chuck Estes,
"
tough 3 and 1 decision to Dave station bouts, three other meees, I of Flight Operations, came out in
Moody and L. F. Chaff in the z.x two matching NAS men and another I a huff every round dropping John
longest match of the meet, with Todd, also of Flight Operations, in ;
two NATTC pugi
play one-up at 23 holes. j putting the second and banging his beakin
lists. Seven bouts were' won by
Ken Sutton paired with John I the third. Estes made his points
Adams to punch out a 2 and 1 decision and one by TKO. with a sound hooking: ; attack.

win over J. C. Patterson and Jim In the feature attraction, Freddy Todd was ineffectual with his

McKinney.In I Farr of NAS Physical Training counter punching, .in this welterweight -
third round action Sherrill- und Pat Agar of VF14. fought to go.

McKee will face Marchell-Swee- i a draw in a bantamweight fracas. Barrell Whip Detgan

ney. and Moody-Chaff tee off Farr fighting from a lefthandedopen In the- second contest at: 147

against Sutton-Adams. I # stance, with right hand pounds, Carl Burrell, NAS Physical .
dropped, had trouble closing with Training took a split! decision

the shifty Agar, while Agar'. from John Deigan, AOA) School.
Gregory Captures o w 0. I counter-punches failed to slow thekhI Deigan jabbed steadily from a

half-crouch, but was battered by
I Burreira hard right cross in all
Weight-lifting | three rounds. Judges Chuck Ste-

RING ACTION- Fists flew S gel and Lefty Lester voted for

!I Honors In Meet and the crowd howled as NAS gan Burrell.the edge.Referee Stova gave Dei-

and NATTCcnter boxers mix. Chuck Johnson, VF-14, took the
Eugeua B. Gregory, AE1, of ed It up in the season's first in- laurels from Charles Fenn, NAT
finished with a high
NATTCenter, ter-command outdoor smoker TC ANP( ) Cchool. In this senior
to steal honorsin
total of 655 points
third bout, Johnson
welterweight
the station' first weightliftIng last Thursday. In top photo, hooked with both hands from an

contest held last Thursday at in a battle of heavyweigths, open stance and dropped Fenn in

:Mainslde gym.GrE'gor Harold Warner, left, of NAS I the first round. Fenn, a husky
in the heavyweight
), competing a glances a right off the head of I lefthander, who was\ short on ex-
class although only
,
light-heavy himself, pressed 230 Huck Gilchrist of A N ( P ) perience, took a trouncing front
Johnson but never backed away.
snatched 190. School. Gikhrist sent
pounds, Wagnerto Judges Stegel and Lester disa.
Vinson Moylan; SN, from Commissary the canvas four times to take greed on the 126-pound Carpenter-

f took the light-heavy trophy the nod. In bottom photo, ban. \ McCartin fight Frank Carpenterof
of 620
with a total tally [
-S NATTC Commissary won the
tamweights Freddy Farr of
oints. Ama Glass, ADAM from '
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vote while
split by
, -i fancy boxing
164 NAS left and Pat Afar of VF14
O Sc R, weighing was run Ronald McCartin ANP( School,

ner-up with 475 points, while Sgt. exchange rights and lefts who was stronger, held back wait.
James Cunn, tok third plate.Middleweight in their squabble which was ing his chance. .'
honors were won
called draw. NAS and NAT NW'h liar/It Beats Jrnetfcke
a
of NATTC.He .
Groark
PFC John
by ___ The lightweights Gene Hardt,
finished with a total of 545 TC split even in six bouts.FOOTMtL. ___
NATTC AE School, and Jocko
while Fedor of
points, George
Jenetske fro mthe NAS Boathouse
Fasron Six took second with a 505.
wrestled to the canvas In the second -
John Newbold, ADAN from VP3. -
and finished the third 'with
copped the lightweight division
a toe-to-toe slugfest Hardt was
show with a score of 435. Albert Intra-Mural
judged the better by all three
AN of came SPECIAL
Selvaggl, Aerology judges at 16-14 count.
in second with 405. Bob. Schueller
Links ActionIn according t8
Contestants from Fleet activities -
many fans, "wuz robbed" when a
NAS and NATTCenter com-
,
peted in the meet. All winners SELECT THE WINNERS highly disputed unanimous decision
3rd RoundNATTCenter's was handed to his opponent
and received trophies.
runner-ups
Jack Cunningham, ANP> School
Games for Saturday Oct. 6
I I ,
I linksmen movedto class 9-A in a featherweightclash.

'/ Entries For (Home teams in right column) the front spot in American Cunningham's cocky and
Accepting division of the Intra-Mural golf professional style allowed him to

Army ...................,................vs..........:.......... Northwestern tournament after two rounds of cash in on three slow breaks by

Cross-Country Run Cornell "...................._....._._.vs......._...__..........._..... Colgate' play. I. the referee. Schueller took ail

Entries are being accepted at Da rtm 0 u th"s...............__............._... Penn NATTC topped Supply 21..., to Cunningham bruising match.had to offer in a

NATTCenter gym for a NATTC Princeton ........_.._...............vs..........................._..,..n Navy \Vi in first round action and fol- Harris
1'ujlor Stop
lowed with win over Naval
intramural cross country run Villanova ...................._.......vs.........._......__..... Penn State Hospital. The a Center crew has a In the seventh match, at 160( ,

November 10, over a two-and- Pittsburgh ..........._....._..._...vs............................,.. Indiana total of 6 points to take over first pounds, Paul Taylor, VP-861, ..
. one-h&lf mile laid out on
, the station. course Notre Dame"s........?............ Detroit ((5th) place.In scored the only\ TKO over Bob
Harris, ANP School in
( the
) lastminute
Competition may be teams or Wisconsin ...._............_...._...vs._.._.__.................. Illinois first round play Communi- of the third round. Al-

by individuals. Entrance deadline Iowa ........................,.............vs................................ Purdue cations-Public: Works-O & R though Taylor hit out with a
Administration-ComNab
1 is November 5.Services. Stanford h..................,.........vs.............................' Michigan downed 6. 2Vi to 1'i; Dispensary and smabning body attack and was ac- ....

, 1 Michigan State ....................vs.......................... Ohio State Physical Training drew a bye. curate with right hands to the
head, Harris had him on the
Set Minnesota ............'............_.vs.,....___.:__........... California In other second half play Ad- the first and second. Barely ropesin

! Alabama ..._..........................vs. _...__.__.......... Vanderbilt ministration-ComNab 6 topped fell after missing a punch in the

Tennessee .......,....................vs,........................"..,.,.'". Duke Operations 3.1, while Supply third, then was hurt and forcedto

, 52 Olympic Florida .................................vs-........._........Loyola of L. A. subdued Works-O &Communications-Public R, 2>i to H/,. body quit punching as the result by Taylor.In of a. terrific

, Georgia ..,........._.._..............vs........................,.1\1 is-so State Here is the way the standingsread the eighth tangle of the

Field Tests Georgia Tech .......?*........_._vs....._.........._........... Kentucky after two rounds of play: night, heavyweights Muck Gil.

North Carolina ....................vs.................................. Texas NATTC, Operations. Adnv-Cora- Christ and A. G. Wagner put on a

Washington (AFPS)Athletes Santa Clara ._._..................vs.._.......................... U.C.L.A. Nab 6, Supply and Comm-PW-O knock-down brawl but only Wagner .
the three &: R (tied), and Naval Hospital. went down. Wagner from
representing military Southern California ....;.......vs ...................... Washington I' ,
Services will participate in the NAS Mess Hall, sagged four

tryouts for the 1052: U. S. Olympic (Predict the score of this game) times, twice for eight counts. an.chr1.lit -
Track and Field Team it was Lcdr. Williams in better condition, belongsto

announced by the Defense De- Michigan State's..,............,............ Ohio StateN ANP) School.In .
partment. the twerp class, two nine-

Conditions permitting, the am e. .........._................._...._.......... l'a: te IRan k.........._......._ Cops Football year-old sluggers Clark and Johns,
Armed Forces will hold Inter. representing NAS Mike Mc-

Service Track and Field Cham- Afee, showing for NATTC battledto
pionships in California, near Los Unit Assigned To.......................... __.........Phone............... Pick ContestPicking a draw in the TO-pound classic.

Angeles 1 next June. Rules The station's next all-station

Winner of oasis event will 16 winners cut of 18 smoker is scheduled for October
1, To enter the contest you simply indicate your choiceof \
qualify directly' for the final each winner by placing an (X) or checkmark after the games, Lcdr. Joe W. Williams, 25:: at NAS.Links "S

r Olympic tryouts to he held at team :you select to win. If you predict a tie game, place a (T) NAS administration officer, pick. -S'S J
the Log Angeles Coliseum later after the names of teams you think will play to a tie score. ed up the honors in the second
that month. weekly Jax Air News "Football Play BeginsIn
2. All games are to be predicted on an even. basis. Ties Special."
Formerlyqualifying positions count as losses unless predicted.
the Team had been Lcdr. Williams missed the Center League
on Olympic
! 3. In the space provided below indicate the score of the and AlabamaLSU .
limited to National Navy-Yale
Collegiate picked as a tie-breaker In case of a tie the with
Athletic Association and Amateur game person games. Actually the NavyYalefracas Intramural golf got under way
Athletic' Union contestants. the most nearly correct score will win the contest. jjT ended in a tie, but unless Friday at NATTCenter with two

4. Entry Blanks incompletely filled out will not be con stipulated in the predictions tie nine-hole matches. played and two
However in view of the
large sidered. all selections indicating
make 16
Contestants must plus games are counted as losses. forfeited.
numbers of outstanding American the score of the one tie-breaker game to be eligible. winner better I Fielding four teams, AO School
athletes now In the Armed The was one I
Forces, the above rule has been 5. In the event a game is postponed or rescheduled for than Lt. (j jg) Fred Cady, Jr of Blue beat ANP( ) Students and
relaxed to allow Armed Forces any reason it is automatically excluded from the contest final the Naval Hospital who got, 15 ANP( ) Ship's Company defeated

personnel to qualify for membership ratings. for 13. He missed the same two Personnel Red. Each winning

on the Olympic team; C. Entry blanks must be submitted not later than 1630 as Lcdr. Williams, plus the TCU- squad notched two points in league ...
The Track and Field Events of Friday to the Jax Air News Office in the Main Administration Nebraska fray, which was won competition.
the XV Olympiad will be held at Building. by TCU. Awarded one .point each were
AO School Red and Personnel
Helsinki, Finland, July 19 thru 7. All personnel, with the exception of personnel of the Thus the winner picks up a Blue. won, by forfeit from
August 3, 1952. I Jax Air News, are eligible to enter the contest. $3.00 cash award for first prize, They and Commissary -
Supply respectively.
5.5 I, Only one entry to each person will be allowed. while the second prize winner .
She: "Every time I come to Canada wins a chit for a free meal at the .
,. Winners will be announced in the Jax Air News the
I have to change to my civiliancafeteria.. '
heavy undies. You know I'm from Thursday following the Saturday on which the game is played. It is being emphasized again A Juan smashed a clock, and
Florida." 10. The award to go to the person most nearly correct in that all personnel military and. was accused of killing time. However ...

He: 'That so? I'ai from his predictions will be a $3.00 cash award. civilian, are now eligible to enter ,: he won the case fry provingthe

Missouri" and claim prizes. clock struck first. .




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(:Fliers Succumb 42-0 to Stetson; I




Oppose Patrick Airmen Saturday


.. HISoundly -
beaten but much wiser! ,
.
That's the lesson learned by the Jax Navy Fliers who I STATISTICS: !

: were trounced 42-0 by Stetson University in the season's curtain First downs .. .. ....-.2 Stt sa J.i C'

raiser here last Saturday: before capacity crowd. I Rubbing yardage ... ....... 288 72:
The Fliers will attempt to get Passing yardage ........... 33 M
on the winningside of the ledger Last Saturday's 42-0 defeat at Passes Attempted .......... J2' 11
against the Patrick Air Force the hands of an alert Stetson crew I 'asses completed ....It... 4 6
,Base Rockets' aggregation Satur- does not tell the whole story. Passes Intercepted ......... 1 4
in a fray slated on the Without alibiing- fans and players Punts . . .. .. .... ...". 2 t
night
day
latter's home grounds.Not alike feel that Stetson is neither I Punting a\erage ..,....,... 41 33
much is known about Pat- that 'good nor Jax Navy that Fumbles -..,. 1 3

.rick only that it too has found bad. Fumbles lost ...,. .......... 0. 2
in its first two Inexperience sInexperienced Yards penalized ............ 35 24
the going rough
with most of thelads
their first attempt the
, starts. In playing against their first over from the one.
-humbled 70-0
Air Force men were college foe, the Fliers had a bad Gene Bowden scampered 21
and tied with Turner
by Stetson case of jitters throughout the first yards for the Hatters' third'! score
> Field, 0-0. half. Their mistakes, caused I in the second period. Armstrong
l By comparative scores, Jax through inexperience left the gate : climaxed the scoring in the first
t Navy rates a slight favorite over open for Stetson which took quick I half with a nine-yard smash, to
l Patrick. The game is night af- !; advantage to tally 14 points in give the Hatters a comfortable
.fair at Patrick, beginning 2000. each the first and second quarters. :28-0: halftime lead.

However, the Fliers came back a Better Second Half
L FUEKd-&rK: :;SON ACTIONsloping little stronger the second half to The Filers came out with* renewed -

. they got alt of their hold the Hatters to 14; points. vengeance In the second
mistakes out of their system in The Fliers were unable to get half. A bad punt gave Stetson
their opener. which they drop- their offensive attack going the ball deep in Fliers' territory
, ped 12-0 to Stetson last Saturday against the Hatters. However, late in the third period. After
, Jax Navy Fliers eye the they gave inkling that with one I racking up a first down, Stetson
second fray with Patrick Sat- ,, or two more games as a unit, the scored again on a 36-yard fast
Fliers' y % Fliers could I from Johnson to Laude.
. urday. In top photo. turn into rugged op-
fullback Ralph Dees picks up I position. Marks climaxed the scoring for ',
a few yards: as he gets good Stetson won the game up front, I the day on a neat :36-yard end .
blocking from Bob DePasquali so to speak, with its much heavier I dash after the Hatters intercepted -
. who is about to: take out Stet and faster line outcharging the pass on the Fliers' 35.
son's Jim King, No. 42 is Fliers' Fliers throughout. The Hatters' I Outstanding players for Ui.
guard Jim Heck. blocking on offensive, especially Fliers were backs DarrelF Spang
I In bottom photo, Stetson's ace I on runs: down field, was superlative. I and Ralph Dees, while defensively
i halfback Fulmer Armstrong is an'a I guard Jim Heck, tackle Cat
, about to shoot through a hole Hatter Sore Early j Kautz and Godfrey Lank stood
in the Fliers' forward walL No. Sparked by Fulmer Armstrong, out
t 28 is Fliers' guard Jim Pavlat. who tallied two touchdowns, the The line-ups:
a visitors scored in JX: NAVY
every quarter.
I Left ends: DlLoreto. RUe Dun,-an.
t. The other six pointers were tal-
Lett
Y : tackles: Sweat. UUkemin,
; lied by Sonny Parish Gene Bowden Smith.
NATTC Keg of Jacksonville Beach; Dave paul.Left guard:: Robison, Dutrow Dt-

Laude, of Southwick, Mass., and Centers: Kurash Martin.
Bobby Marks. Jim Martin con- Right guards: Heck Pavlat. Owens
; League Play I verted after each of the six Hatter Right guards: Heck Pavlat. Owen.
Right tackles: Kautz, Lanlk, Con
AK Students Marines Setting Pace I touchdowns.
l TuckAirman The Hatters got a break mid- rad.Right ends: Bernoidt, Shotvtel,
Nip and way in the first quarter when Hopkjns.Quaiterbacks.

In NATTCenter Touch Grid League Halfback Darrell Spang let a punt Halfbacks. :Xoiman Carnes, ,Spang DrPanqiiall., Dob-
and AO School slip through his fingers and Stetson ler. Tarzettt Barbush Cook. _
School Fullbacks: Mlnlhan, Dees, York.
recovered on the 20.
,) f teams continued to set the pace Leaders began to emerge last Navy s r MT.t 1 X
forfeit from the Medics. First Johnson rammed for six J
yards Left ends .
intraI : Martin Tarn Rjtfaele.
NATTCenter's bur.
I. NATTCenter's touch
week as week :
as
'Jast
r I Lieutenants and Aircraft Maintenance and Armstrong slashed through .
-' mural bowling league closed its football play picks up steam with deadlocked 66. Rain tackle on the next play over the i.eft tackle Suppln Hughes, Beyer.
, I second week of competition. two teams, AK Students and Marine helped the First Lieutenants payoff stripe. Left guards: Appel. Coble.
AN (P) Ship's Company Red Air Detachment, both of the the Airedales' offense and Centers: Gibson. King.
spoil
a Sonny Parish set up the sec- Right; guards: Leathers, Dnnh.
_ ," :ill and AO School Ship's Company ,National League-remaining unbeaten upset the dopesters. Bill O'Neil ond Hatters' score when he took Right tackles' Hendry, Joehim.
neck in the and untied. Relnke.
Red stayed neck and passed to Gianelli for the underdogs' Spang's punt and behind beautiful I
o i While Right ends Yonge Laurie.guarterbncks .
League race. Aircraft Maintenance and Sup-
American score. blocking, streaked 73 yards before Johnson. SingleUry.
::5 AN1 (P) Students Blue and AO ply are deadlocked for the American being brought down from behind I Halfbacks:: Bowden Mal ks, Arm*
': School Ship's Company Blue remained League lead. Supply defeated ANP( ) Ship's by Spang on the Navy seven. In stiong. Lonslgner
l deadlocked in National la the American League Mon- Company 12-7. Witjust 10 men two tries the Hatters had their Fullbackserner Hopkins, Par

' play. day, AO School Ship's Company I'on' their squad the Airmen fell second tally with Parish going a .
\:; In the scoring column, American downed First Lieutenants 20-2. under sheer weight of numbers
League honors for the two Abner Gunter caught two touch- despite an early 7-8 lead over
Ie week period went to AN (P) down passes while Hager ran for Don Wright and his fighting I II
i. I Students Red high single score the Ordnancemen's third score. Storekeepers Wingback( Dick Ris
::0\ I ef 826; AO School Ship's Com- The First Lieutenants two points ran back a kickoff for the Air. I ish.'t
''1 pany Red, high series score of 2- came when Hager was trapped men's TD.
392! and McCormick, AirFam, behind his own goal; line. Len In National League play Tuesday
Ir high individual score of 248. Bessette and Ted Olson helped in AK Students won by forfeit
I. National League laurels -for the the AO win. Dominic Putch, Don from AO Students, Marine Air
,'i first two weeks went to AN (P) Polsin and Bill O'Neil looked Detachment edged AN (P) Stu-
Students Blue, high single scorer good for the First Lieutenants. dents 6-0, and AE Students ran
" of 841 AO School Ship's Com- Personnel tripped Athletic and over Training Facilities, 20-0. v
;
:J r Blue high series score of 2- Recreation, 27-0. Mac McGrif- Thursday AK Students drubbed ,
- 392 pany and Siegel: AO School Ship's fin's Personnel team showed,good Training Facilities 7-0 TraFac's
,
'd Company Blue tied with Hlabse, balance and a powerful running tight defense held the league
c Personnel for high individual I and passing attack. leaders to one touchdown-a pass '1
n Wedel,
from Holland to Rich
224.
,"r honors with and point I Aircraft Maintenance downed Thomas caught a pass for the ex-
League standings ANP( ) Ship's Company, 26-0. tpoint.. ,
-- scores: Marine Air Detachment won by
J.l American League touchdowns and an extra point forfeit from AO Students. 3',,

ANP( ) Ship's Co. Red....-... 12 while Ingram: and Bob Georgeran AE Students and AN (CP) Stu- "_ LPN .
AO School Ship's Co. Red.._..!! for the fourth Tl and the dents fought to a 0-0 deadlock :
School.----------._ 10 fourth extra point respectively, Both teams threatened but neither -
to AE Dental :::::: -::::----:::::::::-_-:--------.9::::::- Sullivan's receivers were JosephP. could score in the fight for .

' Air Fam-- --.._.,. n' ._.... _...__......9 Sullivan, W. C. Landraf, second place in the National League -
1 u ANP( ) Students Red................8 Charley Hedges and Larry Wal- NATTC standings.

'I\> Photo Lab. __......_........._.._..7Ship's American LeagueW
Service- _.-..........7 lace.Supply bumped Medics 32-18. L TAlC "
01 MAD ....:. ........5 The Storekeeper's scrappy lightweights Maint. . ... .301, ..., ?.c gl ,<
\1,; Supply ._-.w...-.--...*..n,...........--.4AUr paced by Captain Don Supply------------------3 0 1 .
. ... ..3 Wright, punched holes in theCorpsmen's Personnel----------------------2 1 1 ,
:
\1 and.Ree_ __.--.;-;.... .. 3 aerial defense to AO Ship's Co,..................I 1 2 .
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Medic -
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/fe. Students Blue_ .. 15 League action, Personnel trimmed Medics( __- ..... ._..n..1 3 0 ;
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rn c- Personnel _'. ,.' .-. .9 8 while thwarted Tom AO's Jones passing tossed scoring attack AK Students .-.. ..._.....300 LT TilE WIXNAH!-: Displaying professional form. Gene 1

AK Ship Stir.nis L_ -..7AK' strikes to Jack McCaffrey and MAD.-------_..... 300 ory, AEI of NATTCenter, lifts 175 pounds with no effort, Grt"i':"i'
sAO Jim Kimbell. Outstanding the ANP) Students_.. ..1 1 1 wrihtliftingeontrst held last Thursday. Gregory
I-I 4.F'ha Ordnancemen were Schroeder, AE.: Students.._. 1 1 1 with honors with a total of 655 points for the highest score.
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l' Air .,. ;--'-\J < Athletic Recreation. won by" JraFae _.-....'-...-..-_ 030 contest. (See story page 6)).

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r" Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 4 October 1951 ,


I FFire Prevention Week Is Here, Why Not Make It All The Teat ,; 1


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A familiar sight aboard the station is fire fighters extinguishing fires in dempters "dempsey"
dumpsters scattered throughout the station. Most of these fires are the result of carelessness. Usu
I ally such fires 'are started when ash trays are emptied into trash cans, then placed into the dump-
ster. Some of the partially lit cigarettes ignite the trash in the dumpster. The damage is not the
thing, but the many calls to put these fires out ties up fire apparatus. leaving fire protection short.CLASSIFIED .
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Here is an actual picture of one of the most serious fire hazards
Why Not Begin Making An Effort known. In this photo, fuses were replaced in this box with !
I pieces of steel tubing. In the event the circuit becomes overload.I I
BULLETIN To Eliminate Fire Hazards 'In this tubing would not give protection a fuse is designed to give I
and result in of wires
may overheating and possibly a serious fire. .
for sale articles It to call Public when fuse blows .
i Items offering is always good practice Works a
of property such as washing ma- Your Home, Office And Shop? in your home, office or shop.
chines, automobiles, furniture, I I -
radios, clothing and the like is pro- -... -
hibited by Defense Department -....--.- --.--
regulations. This column will,
however, list such services as 1
available housing, rides", wanted,
lost and found articles and other iC i
similar'\ notices). ., : : :
FOK JUXT: I v.OD>wdP'6oaaa JKC a Z2., +,,.,AO. T ,, 2 ,

Efficiency apt., 2741 St John's _
Ave., $40 per mo., Stetson con-
tact alter 1800. I MMny ) p"2 YtJ
Will share home with cpl. 1022
Briatfield Drive, Murray Hill, I
also single furn. rm., Mrs. Luna ,'.
Hudson, apply Sat. or Sun. or
after 2000 wkdays.
3rm. furn. apt., garage, Avondale, + iTwU
Mrs. Lewis, Ph. 2-8587. J n .
5-rm. furn. apt., garage 2977 h} :
Herschel, Flynn, Ph. 2-9754. a zJ JI
Furn. 2-rm. apt., $38 per mo., 1637
Ionia St., Myrtice Crews, Ph. 6-

5rm.8602 unfurn.after 1600.brick bungalow $75 I I I g, .F, '

per mo., 4349 Lexington, Mrs II
George Sheffield, Ph. 2-3146. I I ..tr ,
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2bdrm. 5-rm. house, partly furn. II m
3312 Mabry Terrace, R. L Er-
vin, Ph. 8-1722.
Single and dbl. rms., 1447 Avondale I
Ave., Mrs. Lee Schultz, Ph.

2-rm.2-5930.furn. garage apt., 2601 Park, I It is unbelievable that conditions shown here can actually exist
Mrs. S. R. Houston, Ph. 8.2770.1 here; but these pictures show that it can, and did. If a fire
3-rm. furn. apt., T. E. Jenkins, were to break out in this building, it would be almost impossiblefor
Ph. Orange Park 8-3524. fire fighters to gain entrance to points in this building, where
3bdrm. furn. house, $100 per mo., fire could be fought
5067 French St., Gallitano, ext. .r1zIuI }
466. Should Be An Every Day Effort ____.,_.__ _=.........__..n. ......... m__ 'oj
3-i' furn. apt., 728 Lomax St. 5
This ruined kitchen is result of careless housewife
partially a a
Points, Mrs. Hiatt, Ph. 77882.
Challen St. :Miss here at NAS. The fire was caused by grease being left un-
Furn. rim, 1628 ,
Fire Prevention Week To I
Somers, Ph. 2-5008. watched on a ktichen stove. Grease became overheated, ignitedpan f"
2-single rms. furn., 487 Golfair and extended to wall and overhead while the cocupant went l .
5-8696. to visit with neighbor This fire could have been avoided!
Blvd., Mrs. Ortagus, Ph.
Unfurn. 3-rm. apt., 909 Nelson St., Lt. Frt'd'll1Iam Maintenance
Murray Hill, Mrs. Saymon, Ph. Be Observed Oct. 7-13 superintendent has left for Port

8-6313 %oGathering Hueneme, Calif. where he will take
Single furn. rm and garage, 2503 the Disaster Relief Course from
Dellwood Ave., Riverside, Mrs Naval Air Station Jacksonville will join the rest of the October 3 to 31.

W. G. Bowden, Ph. 7-5626. nation in the observance of Fire Prevention Week, which will We are pleased to see Raymond
Rm. & board, 2937 Algonquin Ave.,
be observed nationally October 713. Polak of Transportation back at
Mrs. W. C. Parrish.
Purpose of ic week-lcng ob- work after an extended illness .
Furn. bdrm. & kit. In home,
pvt. of the United States has designated
servance is to rre U. S. citizens, We regret to report the death of
$15 per wk., Mrs. LeGrand, Ph. Fire Prevention Week to
whether of the .nitary servicesor Ray Hurst's father, Samuel Hurst
27216.' in civilian life, conscious of commemorate that October tragic during the past week Sympa
Single rm. furn. pvt home, 2797 the inestimable damage createdby occasion. In 1949 the Departmentof size by the minute is thy is also extended to Russell L.
Forbes St., Mrs. E L. Stokes, fires every year, principally the Navy, with other govern the news of the forthcoming Hallowe'en Tyson and family for the loss ofa

Ph. 8-5633. caused by sheer carelessness.But mental departments and agencies, Dance to be held Friday, grandson, aged 4, James Long,
St. Mrs.C.
Porn 4044 Ernest
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apt. have participated in the observance son of Wilder Long, underwent an
C. Mllligan Ph. 2-7367. how many are aware that finding it provides an excellent October 19, 9 p. m. to 1 a. m.'at appendectomy this week.
2rm. furn. efficiency apt., MurrayHill Fire Prevention Week is always opportunity to review the the Southslde American Legion aIn *
$45 per mo., 3615 May timed to incluJe October 9? And day-b/-day inspettkn and train- Post No. 88 Hall Charlie Greenof
flower, H. F, Davis, Ph. 8-5136. why particularly October 9? Because ing program of the past year. Transportation, will lead his a happier vein, we are pleasedto
3-bdrm. furn. house, 2604 BayviewRd. that was the date of the Recalls Event orchestra that night in playing welcome aboard Chief Delbert
., E. J. Burke, Ph. 2-3187 Great Cl- Fire, set off by favorite dance pieces. Cummings, DDC. Hubert Latner,
after 1700. Mrs. O'Leary's cowl! I Attention is also drawn to new SN, has been assigned to Driver's
2bdrm. house, garage, 3804 WalshSt. Ever since 1922 the President and improved methods in fire- Personnel can't afford to miss Test, and Darrell Kelso: CDCT .,
this dance. Price of admission is
education and work,
safety
> .. Avondale, Mrs. Alma Sorrel pro has been assigned to Transporta- ,
Is, Ph. 2-6476. or 2-3053. Hamilton Sts. intersection please viding for an all-hands participation $1.00 per couple, plus tax. tion. Marvin McDonald has taken y
i'. Small cottage in Ortega, 2746 contact Cpl. Don G. Waller at in or study the ways and Congratulations to Lt. WilliamD. two weeks leave an dexpects to
t Arapahoe Ave., Mrs. Haywood. Fla. Military District Hdqs., means of preventing: and controlling Miller, assistant resident officer make a trip to Corpus Christi.Of .
.. Ph. 6-4883, ext. 13. fire. in charge of construction at
Will share 5-rm.: house with couple, Interest to the many friendsof
Cooperation Asked
3353 Ernest St. E. C. Mayport, on his recent promotion.
MISCELLANEOUSRide
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Fudge Jennie Kopec is the announce- "
of all
The importance person Herschel Lee, assistant Chief
\ 4rm. furn. house, 3661 Hedrick wantedr members for carpool nel cooperating with the Station ment of the arrival of a baby girt
Clerk, transferred last week to
St., Mrs. Bryan, Ph. 8-1593. Times in Jennie and hubby Wally
-from Square Fire Department to make thisyear's Security after six years at Public born to I
jIJ FOR SALE Southside, 0730-1610, Carl Mc. observance the most successful Works. last month. Jennie formerly i
%> 4rm. house with bath. $2100 our Cranle, ext. 8289. ever 'onducted at NAS worked in the Transportation Division
.. equiyt. Payment $26.50 per mo., Ride wanted-15th Melson: Sts., Jax is stressed b) Lt. Col. Harvey for several years:
I.. Lot 60 x 120. 4611 Palmer 0730-1600, Mrs. Billie Latham, B. Atkins, Security officer. Honor 1st Marine Flier The telephone operators corftact-
t' Ave., Philip B. Speer, Ph. 8- ext. 614. Cruses: and fequencies of fires at I To Die In Korean Action ed in the recent Bond Drive were
1393. Riders wanted-vicinity Southslde to them.:
i naval activities would be greatly I 100%, Congratulations
26-ft. house trailer, $350., 7048 & Riverside, 0800-1630, Betty reduced, it is reports, if all Washington (AFl'S)-The first Tune in to .WIVT on 1215 and J"
Lenox Ave., Route 10, Box 187- King, ext. 582. personnel were constantly alertto Marine Corps aviator killed in the hear Helen Roberts of the Pro- ...
\.. A, Don Parker. Rides wanted-Atlantic Blvd. or hazards, and -took mind to 'I Korean campaign was reburied curement Section plaj the pianoas
i 2-bdrm. stucco bungalow garage Arlington to NAS, 07300.1600, work in conjunction with the i with military honors recently at she accompanies'* vocalist
attached. Owner transferred, immediate Shaver, ext. 676 or Ph. 9-3719. Fire Department.If Arlington National Cemetery. lie I. i
possession, Mrs. Mcln- Baby sitter, Carole Dodson, 1211- all persons acted as self-ap] was Capt. Vivian M. Moses, of telephone, to
doe, Ph. 2-9950. 13 Hancock St., ext. 556. pointed fire wardens, reporting Sumter S. C., killed when his Irate man on op-?"
HELP!! Will take two riders to Minn. or instances of carelessness or un- plane was shot down August 11, erator. : "Ahi-I'"ti'.cra ar' oa fr* you
Personal-Would Marine who wit- points north, starting Oct. 28, detected fire hazards savings in 1950. He was awarded the Distinguished Op r"tor>; iffim'w: *
nesed auto accident night of share expenses. L. A. Pavek, life and property would be amazing Flying CroM posthu are not a1 wflHMB t that

Au:. 31, 1931 at San Juan & ext. 621 the program emphasizes. mously. Infotmatlo. /,.
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