Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 11, 1951
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Carrier Air "

Group One

, Back HomeScores

i ; of Navy fighter and

attack planes roared over

NAS Saturday morning her-

" I IJ i alding the return to Jackson
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?q ; f ville of Carrier Air Group 1,

following six months duty in

, the Mediterranean

Enlisted personnel of the group
arrived Sunday via a special
train which unloaded its passen-
I gers on the siding adjacent to
the hangar area.
x cX v On hand to greet each groupof
men were excited wives and
J children to whom the return had
meant a waiting vigil of several
days since the Air Group was

__ originally slated to arrive here
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HAPPY ARRIVAL-This scene was duplicated many times upon the arrival home last week of Air Group One. At left Mrs. Ver- last Thursday. Hurricane weather
I onica Scarboro embraces her husband, Harris Scarboro, ADI, of VF-13, while their two-year-old daughter Judy looks at the cam- north of Jacksonville their forced post-from
of departure
eraman. Joseph Whitehead, ADI, right, is! greeted by wife Betty and children, Shirley on his shoulder, and 3-months-old Edward. the ponement carrier.
Mrs. Whitehead proudly shows Edward to his dad for first time. .

First of the squadron's planesin
Over 2 Thousand were the "Red Rippers" of
I .- VF-11 while close behind them
j came the white-nosed jets ofVF12. -
Go Through Line In short order Attack Squadron -
I 15, led by Comdr. John C.
Kelly, Commander Air Group 1,
' At Blood CenterThey "' landed and the arrival soon after
K I of VF-13's Corsairs completed

say figures don't lie, I VOL-9 No. 28 U.S. NAS, Jacksonville, Fla. 11 Oct. 1951 I the craft.return of the groups air

and many questions about Fighter Squadron 44 which ac-
the progress of the Armec I Pennant companied other Air Group One
-- '
Forces Blood Donor Program, ;:_ : ;'' .... I squadrons in place of VF-14, rejoined -

conducted at NAS Jax wil 11:11:. Air Group 4 at Cecil
as : to VP-5 I Field. Other units had returned
find an answer in a few statistics : earlier in the week from a similar -

revealed by the Blooc of duty.
,'_ ,..;" ,,, ., '' .
; While in the
Center at the Infirmary. .} : 'v-r Ceremony
... Air 1 which
of Group ,
17 when the colJecting squadrons
From ,
of Sept.blood, began, through I *" { j ". .'., .... ,,;>, !< : coveted Battle EfficL departed Jacksonville, with in Marchof four
Oct. 8, a grand total of U ', .., Pennant presented this year
Monday. '" ; '0 was
: : : different carriers including the
.,: :
donors have been processed
Five ir
USS Coral Sea.
"iK"rI"'i- ton
Of those, 2,251 were military per 4if : :;q .. 1 f 1 ceremonies here 45,000 .
:'''l o r u
w <
.1' sonnel, and 212 civilians. I :
14 of the
%?j >lM'u Monday morning. Highlighting activities
Two Day Delay ,..%.'i.. ,;, .x winning the award Patro Air Group squadrons was a fly
On Thursday and Friday of last :. 4 Five against over of Paris by VF-11 as part of
I week all processing was cancelled I competed the celebration of the 2000th An-
lack of contain-1 squadrons in FairWing of that .
owingto a niversary of the founding
j The Battle Efficiency Pen-
which have been supplied froma made
ers city. The squadron a non
to the
is annually
distributing depot in Edg-ewa S a presented select- stop hop from their carrier to
and ship
ter N. J. Ordinarily the Blood squadron Paris and return for the event.
of its in competition
Center has 800 of these type U. S. Naval
required the only
They were
... Atlantic Fleet. A similar
bottles weekly. planes to participate in the com
is presented to units of
Over the past week-end however / memoration.In .
w a shipment of about 3,300 > ;i:' : Pacific Fleet. addition to their normal duties
.. _..____. ,.,' High Honor
//.0 ., bottles was received from the __x .u. for the award is compet- officers and men visited the
Edgewater Depot plus an additional I' VP-5 GETS BATTLE "E"Capt.. Jesse S. McClure, inspections and observance usual liberty ports on the Medi-
800 flown by air frt'ight' Commander Fleet Air Wing Eleven, presents plaque by the type comman terranean cruise itinerary and
directly from the manufacturersin the Hattie Efficiency Pennant award, Jo ,Comdr. Rex during the preceding fiscal participated in "Operations Bee
I Berkeley Calif. I commanding officer of Patrol Squadron Five. The award The award carries with il hive" in conjunction with Air
Long Term Program I sented to Patrol Squadron Five in ceremonies early a plaque and decals Group 9 and other allied naval
This enabled the Center to renew attached to aircraft. (Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 3)UniformOfTheDay
ing. .
I the processing, But perhapsdue Jesse S. McClure, Com- i
to the two-day shut down Fleet Air Wing Eleven,,
just before the week-end holiday Station to Observe made the presentation in
I J the full quota of 150 was not met Monday, declared in 'Til Nov. 15
., I :Monday falling short by about 30 address to men of VP-5,,
l( -I donors. man contributed his..part,, Uniform-of-the-Day for Naval
It is pointed out again that the I October every man's work has been Air Station personnel will be
\ Blood Donor Program is of vital Anniversary and inspected in arriv- optional until Nov. 15 when the
urgency, which will be continued at the final multiple." final changeover to winter uni-
.. at least until next July. It has I Cited Efforts form becomes effective.
.. been developed locally, under the Naval Air Station Jacksonville will quietly squadron took part in Authorized uniform for officersor
guidance of Capt. Julius C Early eleventh anniversary of its commissioning :Monday special exercises requiring chief petty officers is summer
(Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 3) degree of training and uniform of service dress khakior
i I I ber 1G.No ," he stressed. "As a service dress white and winter
I special ceremonies have AF3.'E' of VP-5's splendid accom- uniform of service dress khakior
Defense Bond been planned to hail the eleventh The base was during "Convex I];", service dress blues.
birthday, although the Jackson- October 15, 1940, with Air Force Atlantic Enlisted men will wear summer
ville Chamber of Commerce will i Charles Mason as first has stated that the out uniform of u..dress white able or
Drive BoostsParticipation honor the observance at a special ing officer. Since that performance of this baker with neckerchief on liber-
Monday at blue baker is winter
anniversary luncheon station has increased in had contributed mater- ty. Undress
1230 at the George WashingtonHotel. importance. With the to the overall success en- working uniform and dress blue
to by the air units". baker for liberty.
I, Capt. Mason:! First CO riers Mayport, it is well on its Rex Warner is com- Working gray and service dress
The recent Defense Bond drive still rather officer of Patrol Squad blue baker is summer uniformfor
Although young as coming a major
WAVES winter
held among civilian employees Five.
far major installations are concerned Approximately $ ,
of NAS boosted the participationrate as Naval Air Station Jack- ing spent for various Turn to Page: 6, Col 5) service dress blue baker.

considerably, according to sonville has made vast progressin projects in the area.
initial from representatives. I Comes!
reports the past 11 years. Today it Added )
ranks as one of the major mill-1 I Originally the base
A final tabulation of the percentage try installations in the country (Please: Turn to Page 2, )
of contracts enrolled dur- -- Of
Gets Good News
ing this period has not been com- I I
pleted and will appear in a later
edition of the Jax Air News I
There has been no definite re-
,N port of anyone department Inheritance
,. reaching a 90% goal during the
recent drive, although there were
indications that several of the you ever wondered --- -
ceived a letter from his mother
smaller departments were ap-
. would
"ship" come
proaching a 90%; participation your notifying him of his new-found
... wealth. To complete a day of
rate.Final tabulation has been delayed young fellow here at NAS good fortune, "Archie" learned of
!? pending reports from de- have much worry on that advancement to Aerial Photogra
partments who desire to contact because his came in just a pher's Mate, second class effective
employees who are not partici- days ago when he was in- Oct. 16-same day of learn
pants and who were on leave that he was named sole ing of his inheritance.
during the drive.In to 511,178.08, left him by an What does he intend to do with
departments where the ma- who died three years ago. his inheritance? "Archie" says.

jority of employees are IVb's, E. Archenbronn, AF3, "I'm going to save half of the
r many representatives have delayed to Fleet Air Wing: Elev- money for partial payment on a
.. their contacts pending the presently on temporary home in the future and the remainder -
passage of the present IVb pay at NAS Photo Lab, is the will give me a start in
raise being discussed in Wash- gentleman who Inherited my own photo establishment
ington.: estate of his thoughtful aunt. which I plan when I get my discharge
The Civilian Bond Officer has a knew that perhaps some Of course, my future depends
expressed his appreciation to all : \ he would get the Inheritance on the world situation! when
IN-Donald E. Archenbronn, AF3.
for the fine coop
thought it would enlistment expires""Archie"
never my
eration they rendered in the recent NAS Photo Lab, reads: letter notifying him of his $11,178.08 such vast .
his aunt. Surrounding the lucky to a sum.
will tance bequeathed him by
A memorandum
I enlisted in the Nary ;
early admirers left to right, Rayrtlond Ashby AF3:
I.. be of the published recent drive.giving the results Griner, SA; James Kennedy, AFAN and William Sprueil, t week .Archenbronn re- (Please Turneo Page 6, Col. S).


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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 11 October 1951

C Y' I Report From WashingtonReEnlistment "-

>> ews. Bonus Bill Gains Suport

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Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Ail ,
Station Jacksonville, Fla.
NAS, Jacksonville 6,000 Men To Replace Korea War Vets
Capt. Douglas T. Day Commanding Officer -
Connor. James H. Armstrong. .Executive OfficerLt. (By Armed Forces Prow Senke) ports of embarkation between Nov. 15 and 25:
Gordon D. Walker Public Information Officer The Armed Service Committee has endorseda The Army plans to grant insofar as possible, a
Fleet Air Jacksonville new bill pertaining to re-enlistment bonuses. minimum of seven days' leave at home for each
Rear Adm. Osborne D. Hardison .,Commander Under the new bill, sponsored by'Rep. PaulJ. soldier who desires It.
Capt. Allen Smith Chief of Staff Kilday, Texas, those who re-enlist within .
Fleet Air Wine Eleven three months from date of discharge would be The Air Force Is studying the clothing price
bonus of $40 $90, $160, $250or field with the of
a sum ,
Capt. Jesse S. McClure .___...__..._.. ...._............... Commander paid$360 lump for re-enlistments of 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 the cost of uniforms hope to preventing personnel.an Increase Should in a

Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton Chief Staff Officer years respectively.For price increase become necessary, the AF la expected -
Naval Air Technical Training Center those who re-enlist for an unspecified to seek authority to increase the air-

Capt. Lester K. Rice __..___.__-. Commanding Officer period of more than six years the sum will be man's clothing allowance
Comdr. John A. Gamon, Jr. ..._._.'....__._._._... Executive Officer $360 paid them when they sign up. S
Naval Hospital After six years they will get an annual bonusof The Army has adopted the Defense Bond purchase .

Cap, Dwight J. Wharton Commanding Officer $60 for each additional year, up to a total under plan which used by deductions the Navy and Marine low Corps, .,
pay aa as $6.23
Executive Officer Of $1,440.
E. Stahr
Capt. Guy
Those who enlisted for an unspecified time per month are authorized for the purchase of
NARTU U. S. Savings Bonds. The will be-
Officer prior to October 1, 1949 would receive $110 and new plan
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp come effective Oct. JL Previously the smallest
Officer $60 for each year up to $1,440.
Trusso Executive
Comdr. Anthony deduction
who didn't authorized in the Army 'was $18.75for
Anyone> was discharged or com-
a $25 bond.
Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration plete term of enlistment would be required to e .
refund a comparable portion of the bonus.
Phone extension 8184.
building. A team of Army Finance Corps experts is en
Editor-Andrew 11. Planey route to the Far East to learn the views of
Staff Members Terry Ziegler, SA; Mary Bixiones, SN. Thirty-se en thousand five hundred airmenare combat zone personnel concerning a proposalthat
The JAX AIR NEWS tuDllsnea weekly a' Ihe U. S. Naval Air Station, due to sprout new stripes during October. most of the pay due men in combat be
JtckJUnUlie. Florida and printed commercially with non-appropriated fund. Air Force headquarters has just announced the withheld until they leave the zone of operations. !1
.t no expense 10 the government and in compliance with NAV XUS P-35, Rev. quota and it's a whopper. According to the Some men are reported to feel that cash in a t
Nov. 1M&: Copies are distributed tree ot charge at the Naval Air Station, the breakdown, 10,000 corporals will make sergeant
combat theater
is added
Naval Air Station Cecil field, and merely an responsibility !
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Auxiliary
and 18,000 PFCs will be boosted to corporal.
and that small will
lite U. S. Naval Hospital. payments cover essential <
The JAX AIR NEWS 1 II a member of the Armed Forces Press Senlce.AFPS Here's the full quotas M/Sgt., 1,000; T/Sgt., needs.Infantrymen. "
written material permission appearing ol Armed In this Forces publication Press may Service.not Republication be reprinted of withoutthe other 2,500; S/Sgt., 6,000.; Sgt. 10,000; Cpl., 18,000. S
matter except by service publications, is p.ohlbltec1 without permission of S who fight within range of enemy
Editor, JAX AIR NEWS. Six Thousand soldiers will be selected from small arms fire would receive special com
units within the U. S. for transfer to overseas bat pay of $50.00 a month under a bill introduced
A Genuine Lesson! theaters to replace veterans who have been by Congressman Bennett of Florida.
returning home under the rotation plan, the Bennett told the House that "Recognition of !
Army has announced. The troops destined for the tremendous sacrifices of the ground troopsis I
Do You Smoke In Bed? overseas theaters are expected, to arrive at long overdue."

: "7 ->.., < To Observe .. ,.
(Following is a letter by Robert Rogers, assistant Fire Chief, ..M'; ':: :t.:, 'A" ',' ,
Seattle Wash., as reported in the United States Municipal News). / (Continued from Page 1)
On July 17, 1948, we were called to a fire in a ,.. three laid out from the beginningfor

hotel room occupied by a husband and wife. It was ft :'} ., that fleet plan operating came into purposes realizationwith and

caused by smoking in bed. The couple were smoked upa the establishment of Fleet

bit, so we gave them a few whiffs of oxygen and a v r Air Jacksonville in November

lecture on the evils of smoking in bed, cleaned up the ,Vf"K i 1948.More

mess, and returned to quarters.On ;"'; y { importance was added to

June 8, 1949, at 12:22: A.M., there was a fire in r a ,Q w NAS Jacksonville of the Naval with Air the Tech reactivation

a hotel room occupied by a husband and wife; in fact, ; 5 nical Training Center in January
it was the same hotel, the same room, and the same ; <> of this year. The center
This time the couple got which includes 8,000 students in
couple as a year previous. j :
nine schools, occupies 70 buildings -
smoked up a bit, and the woman was burned. We gave .
them whiffs of shipped the woman to the
some oxygen, During the days when it was a
hospital, gave the man a lecture on the evils of smokingin training base, 11,000 Naval avia .

bed, cleaned up the mess, and returned to quarters.On xI tions trained here as well as 10-
19 1949 at 5:35 A.M. had fire in a 000 crewmen. It has been the
June we a t headquarters of the Naval Air
hotel room occupied by a husband and wife-it was the a L Operational Training Command

same hotel, the same room, and the same couple. This x s (later changed to Advanced
time the couple were knocked out and burned; in fact, Training: Command), the'Seventh
Naval District and the Naval Air
the woman was dead. The man was shipped to the Technical Training Command.

hospital, where he died three days later from shock and e' e Located aboard the Naval Air

burns. There was no chance for a lecture this time, for .* '> Station today, commanded by

both were unconscious when we got there. Capt. Douglas T. Day are headquarters L "y

So ends the story of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Sampson- iV-- AJr Bases of Sixth Commander Naval ,District Naval, ,

three files, two lectures, and two funerals. It seems which Captain Day commands;

that people and not things really cause fires. Commander! Fleet Air Jackson-
_____,..n.._,_ _______ vine wno is near Aam. OsborneB.
FIRE PREVENTION WEEK-Station Boy Scout Troop 131 Hardison; Commander, Fleet ...
Capt. Sharp Slated To Leave Post has inaugurated its Junior Firefighter Campaign this week. With Air Wing Eleven, Capt. Jesse S. '
I members aiding the station fire department in inspecting dwell McClure and Naval Air Technical -
ings for fire hazards during Fire Prevention Week. Scout Jimmy Training Centerr commandedby
As NARTU Commanding OfficerCaptain Uoquette is shown making/ his first inspection in the home of Capt. Lester K. Rice.
Capt. and Airs. Douglas T. Day, commanding officer of NAS. Located here also is the Na-
Raymond N. Sharp, NARTU Jacksonville on October Mrs. Day signs the Junior Firefighter's Report being used by the val Hospital, commanded by
commanding officer of the Scouts. Fire Prevention Week is being observed nation-wide this Capt. Dwight J. Wharton, .and a
huge Naval Air Reserve Training
Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve
Unit, with Capt. Raymond N.
Training Unit :since Prior to World War II Captain Sharp as commanding officer.
July 1950, has received ordersto Sharp served as a fighter pilot *" The Naval Air Station plays an
Children Use
it aboard the aircraft carriers USS School Empty important part in the economiclife
sea duty, was announced
Lexington and USS Enterprise, as of Jacksonville. Figures re-
at NARTU yesterday. a member of a patrol squadron at vealed this week show a civilian
; Panama Canal and as a scout-ob- Barracks For Class RoomsSchool payroll of about $12,000,000 per

Captain Sharp, a graduate of servation pilot aboard the cruiser year and a military payroll of
the United States Naval Academy, USS Brooklyn and as training of- bells rang aboard the The increase in these lower $17,640,000, or an overall payrollof
class of 1030 and a Naval Avia- ficer at the operational fighter station this week for four classesof grades was attributed primarily to all activities hereof approximately
tor since 1932, is a native of John- training base at NAS Opa Locka, first and second graders of the opening of NATTC. Ship'scompany $29,640,000 per year.
eon City, Tennessee. His new du- Miami Florida. Venetia School when an empty On this eleventh anniversaryNAS
ties will take him to the aircraft During the war he served in the barracks near the Main Gate was personnel brought an ad- Jax and its personnel can I
carrier USS Tripoli as command. Pacific area as Air Officer and turned over temporarily to the ditional 14 children into the area. take pride in its growth in such
officer. will as Navigator aboard the carrier School a' brief period to its present sta-
Jug Captain Sharp Duval County System. The new school classrooms are
relinquish his command of USS Yorktown and as Operations Approximately 135 Navy JunIors expected to be completed in three tus as one of the most important
military installations in the coun-
Officer on the staff of Admiral; J. .
J. "Jocko" Clark with Carrier Division from Dewey Park and the enlisted months. try. -S I'
DIVINE 1=\. Toward the end of the housing area aboard the'station -
war he became executive officer are attending the school until I NEW ZIPPER-STYLED TROUSERS :
: and later Director of ArmamentTest the four classrooms now under I

SERVICESAT Maryland.at NAS Patuxent River, construction pleted. at Venetia are com- MAKE FIRST APPEARANCE HERE ...

The barracks classrooms are
From there he reported to the The new fall fashions for
with removable in the same manner. The dif-
fully equipped
0830-M o r n i n g Services, All- large aircraft carrier USS Midway and men in the Navy have ference lies in the thirteen but
desks and chairs blackboards
as executive officer. Following his ,
Saints Chapel. to meet the increasing
changed tons that have been replaced by
duty on the Midway he completedthe bulletin boards. The children
0915-Naval Hospital Chapel demand for more zipper front and two hip'pock
0930--Sunday School, Small Chat course in advanced logisticsat bring their lunches and enjoy recess ets in the back of the pants
the Naval War College just pocket room.
pel. under the trees the for
t period near answer cry more pocket
prior to reporting to NARTU With blues becoming the op-
IMS All Saints ChapeL Loom
Jacksonville. the building. tional uniform of the day: more ,
; Catholic Captain Sharp will be relieved Before the Navy came to the and more new students are Asked what they think of the -t
0830 and 0930-Mass, St. Edward's commanding officer of NARTU by rescue, classes had been held on checking in at the Naval Air new uinform, the sailors here "
Chapel. Commander Easton B. Noble, who Training Center in the zipper- say they "like the pockets and
0930-St. Edwards' Chapel (Catechism is presently the executive officer the school's auditorium stage and styled pants. zipper front but hope that too
Class). on the aircraft carrier USS Antie- were doubled, two classes and two The old traditional thirteen- much of the old Navy tradition
1030-Mass, St. Edward's ChapeL tam. Commander Noble was recent teachers In one room. With the button style will give way at the isn't lost."
0645-Mass at Hospital ChapeL y selected for the rank of new facilities, Miss Martha Wells, beginning of 1952 when the new Until the clothing stores get _
Mormon Captain and is expected to reportto principal, was able to create anew boots go through the training the new uniforms it is expected
Wednesday-1930-at Small Cha- NARTU Jacksonville in the second grade class. A new centers. that.the remainder will have to
DeL latter part of October to assume \ first grade class was also created The pants are of the same ma- batten down the hatches by buttoning -
Tuesday-2000-at Small Chapel. his new comiriand. i this term. terial as the old and are pressed! up the flaps.I .. ..

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11 October 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page -Three

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Back Home
Wonderful To Be

r I Dialogue Station Uttll Air Group WMr 4 Spreads 1"- Americanism To Med Countries I I

"Station Dialogue" provides Cruising around the Mediterranean was fun but it's wonderful Greece, Turkey, Tripoli, and France Citizens in each of these
an opportunity for military and to be back in the good ol' United States. friendly countries were given first hand Information on the sta-
civilian personnel of NAS to voice This was* the consensus of officers and men of Carrier Air bility of the United States' most creditable ware-democracy.

their opinion on a question put Group Four as they arrived at Cecil Field after a five-month
to them by a Jax Air News re. "Med" cruise aboard the aircraft carrier USS Oriskany. Rome and the Vatican were visited by many, while ancient
porter.) First pilot to set his jet fighter back home on Cecil's terra- and modern Athens proved fascinating to almost every CAQ
firma was Comdr. Sam K. Clark, commander of the Air Group Four man. Naples and Genoa as well as an excursion to the Isle

Today's question I,*: "What Importance which flew 11,000 hours in European skies. He led the first of Capri added to the fabulous itinerary.
do you attach to the recent contingent of Banshees of VF-62 over their home base at 172S The crews' stop at Tripoli gave personnel an opportunity to

announcement of the latest on Oct. 3.Slated. explore the scenic sights. Then came France-Cannes and the
Russian atomic bomb explosion incomparable French Riviera.

a* a routine operational training cruise the operation Realizing the importance of good-will, members of the Air

Capt. Allen Smith, Jr., Chief of turned out to be an intensive two-fold exercise according to Group worked incessantly toward acquainting their hosts with the
Staff, Fleet Air Lcdr. John R. Dierkman, executive officer of VF-62. characteristics of the average American citizen. In addition,
Jax: "It indicates To begin with Lcdr. Dierkman said, the Air Group took partin much effort was put forth in the organization and participating 0

I. the Russians Operations "Bee-hive", a joint British, French, Italian, and In sports. .
are continuing American armed forces war game. Secondly, the air group's sal
to ex lors "invaded" Europe as able American ambassadors of good Although the language barrier was difficult to surmount in

{ 2 pl- the use of will. most couiMles! the men adequately created favorable interest

atomic power In the war game, the Air Group-comprised of VMF-122,, and mutual understanding between peoples.
for purposes of VA-45. VF4362, and a contingent of VC-62-streaked Even though some married personnel in the Air Group will

war rather through the clear skies toward Malta, the Royal Navy strongholdin suffer reprimands from their "ladies in waiting", the Med cruiso

than peace the Med.. A simulated attack destroyed an aircraft carrier, was still worth while.
Con seq uen tly, two cruisers, four destroyers, two submarines, and four. Royal From the standpoint of education training and dissemination
___ Western and the Mediterraneanlow
the UnitedCapt. of Americanism to Europeans
Air Force Vampire Jet fighters.
Smith Sttes'U effort countries the cruise will pay fruitful dividends in more ways

in the design and use of new As ambassadors, the American sailors visited Sicily, Italy, than one.NARTU. .
1 and improved atomic weapons

l'! ed should to the be utmost.intensified It and further expand dictates Korea War Vet Jax Looking For

I' the necessity of stressing I I

I our civil defense.' preparations* Chosen NATTCSailorofWeek 'Weekend Waves' In Ranks

: A T /* .fV.lt. .A.t.._
Bill Cottingamt, ALiVs, omr For the firstlW||>\ its exis
active duty with their squadroneach
r ; 'Jax : "The tance the Jacksonville: Naval All: year. They will receive full

bright side o'f Reserve Training Unit is seeking Navy pay and allowances for their
I r Y A veteran of World .War II and including four days
the picture was young ladies to train as \V A VE training pay
the Korean War has been selecte : for each weekend served at
the mention of Week Recruits in the Naval Air Re
..aa..es as the "Blue Jacket of the NARTU.
the one that at the Naval Air Technical Teal serve. Weekend Training

didn't go off. ing Center. He is John KlseiHM1. These young ladies will take Just like their male contemporaries > -

This testifies to their place alongside the "Week. the feminine Naval Air Reservists
the effectiveness Born in Temple, Texas, he er. end Warriors" who train at will be able to advancein
.. nf-. _mir_A In-on tered the Navy in 1942. After NARTU and will be known as rate and will build points toward
Cottingane telligence d apartment serving both in the Pacific and Vi I "Weekend WAVES. retirement for their weekend

,and the lack of abilityon Atlantic areas. Kiser was discharged : They will be eligible to Join the service.. This week-end trainingwill
the part of the Russians to in 1946. He then joine Organized Reserve and drill on permit the WAVES to cOntinue *

I keep the pace set by the Western an active reserve unit in Houstoi one weekend each month and also their civilian occupations or
world in atomic development." Texas serve an annual 14-day period of to continue with their schoolmfi.

The Navy recalled John to ae. Young ladies who wish" to continue

Fred ,C Pahl, YNSA, ComFair- tive duty on July 28, 1950. He 4CELEBRATE their edu ation may become
.... .. ._ ..10 hn A_"__ to George Company, 10 eligible to receive commission as
r Jax; 11 occurs was assigned Commanding
Fifth Regiment, First Marine Division Ensign In the Naval Reserve upon
to me that .
at Camp Pendleton, Cal. graduating from college.Qualifications
sia's latest A- In the ensuing weeks, George OCCASION- Officers In 11 Listed '

bomb does not Company fought its way through Jeanette Bates Stuhr smilingly Enlistment as a WAVE Recruit

conclusively nor tlmpo, Seoul and Kaeson to the accepts the traditional "first is open to physically qualified
immediately indicate Thirty-Eighth Parallel. The uni bite" of the wedding cake from Years For NAS young ladies between the ages

Soviets returned to Inchon during the her new hubby Earl Stuhr, of 18 and 28 They may be mar
the first week of October and boarde< AK3, at the reception held last Since its commissioning on ried or single. however, married
threatento for Wonsan, where it land Saturday at the Mainsidelounge ladies are not qualified if they
start war. I a ship Oct. 15, 11 years ago, children under the
have dependent
she is ed on October 27. Jacksonville has had ten commanding
Pahl believe festive of 18. WAVES with prior mil
Arrangements for the age
officers with
Kiser continued with the comp Capt.
with atomic weap- re-enlist in the
experimenting Mrs. itary may
the battles for Ham occasion were by Charles P. Mason serving as
in much the same manner any through Naval Reserve and retain the
ons Paul Lanier official hostess of
commandant from
Yudam the first
we have in recent jears. However hung, Koti-ri Hagaru-ri; the who offers servicesto highest previous late held if they
Reservoir. A lounge Oct. 1940 until May 1942 I
Russia ni, and the
there is this about between the of 18 and
all service personnel desiring are ages
Communist offensiv Since then NAS has had as
bombsto Chinese
could be exploding the such 50la, however they are also bound
the for
to lounge ;
its commanding officers in order
all of the George Compan,
is still in the armament trapped
show she by the rule of not having dependent -
D. Price from
John ,
near the reservoir on Nov. 28. Capt.
be awareof
We should below the of 13.
race. age
t May 1942 to March ia43; Capt.
T than ever and In blinding ,snow and freezing
this fact more
S. J, Michael, from March 1943 Information on the "WeekendWAVE"
be ready for whatever* happens weather began the its First 20-mile Marine trek out Division 1 Toy Dept. Opens to August 1943; Capt. Arthur training program may be .;
Gavin August 1943 until April received from the NARTU Recruiter
Glenn P. Blake, TETSN, Communications of the trap. Said Kiser "Wedidn't W. W. Smith, from at the NARTU hangar,
; "Ibelieve have air support, and the< f Here October I 15h! ; Capt.
I April 1944 to November 1944; Building 113.:; Naval Air Station,
that the bad that the plane:
.. weather was so .
Soviet Union'sexperimentation us. It was man: Shoppers will be able to get Capt. H. E. Regan November or by telephoning 2-7711, extension
couldn't help
j in that terrible trel an early start in the annual mad 1944 until June 1945; Capt.A. 3&0. *,.>
) against man .
R June 1945 to "
for Brady I
witnt-ss, scramble for Christmas toys
with atomic energy back. No one who didn't
!ta will tend conceive the incredibl junior with the opening Oct. 15 June 1947; Capt. H. S. Duck-
It can
to emphasizethe and fortitude of the Marines of the Navy Exchange toy: department worth, who served from June 83 Promotedl
courage 1947 to June 1948 Capt. Alvin
need for back in Building 9:>.1. ;
battled then
who way
I, from June 1948
settling worlddifferences f oot by foot," Located directly across from until Malstrom June 1950 and the HP r *\ t\ r-R ;

I b y ""'e had two airdrops to us," the mamside Navy Exchange, present commanding officer I O COrffUVWlNfafe... )1

.. arbitrationBlake I Kiser went on to say. "There was the toy department will and featureall small. Capt. Douglas T. Day, who Out of 161 .! .. < : ; ,
rather than kinds of big
a third, but the Chinese took it. toys took over command in June taking the test:, *"'Si
by war. A world war involvingthe The airdrops contained food, water, The-a.tlvity will remain open 1950. cessfully pmstd'ifiC''.. "" ,

use of atomic bombs could medical supplies including plasma, 0830 to 1630 Monday through NAS Jacksonville marks its tions given-tin Sept, ;J;
accomplish nothing other than the and ammunition, Friday and 0830:; to 1200 Satur- 11th birthday Monday Oct. 15. Naval Air :;3tatt ruination of the world's human I ,. .'
"Our casualties were' high in day. examination ""was','
and natural resources. Russia, of wounds," he stated, but our great' The* airman : and the
this. The decisions given to 73 personnel,
must realize
course, est enemy was the extreme cold
examination to SI -
of the world's legislativeand I seaman ? personnel
Most of the men's hands and fee
I took the
Judicial organizations will now I. Seven personnel::
were frostbitten. I test, and three the
probably become more meaning- "Much of our precious supply of dencalman hospitalman test.According .
tul" plasma was frozen," he explainedWe ItIJ
> + to Lt. George. Hol-
put the plasma bottle inside I Personnel Officer, all
John R. LadJ!, AN, Supply Com- clothes our skin to I ton, NAS
.. ..... our against 'the E-3 advancements are effective
hJ F.,1.1............ "f. re- keep it warm while we were glv. I
i as of Oct. 1, 1151 That
gard the Atom. Log transfusions. I couldn't estimate means that the 83 men who passedthe
i c announce the number of lives thai \\
examinations were promotedto
s ment by Stalin were saved by direct transfusion a.s their rew rate on the first of
; I' both as a mo. during the battle back through the z:. ti"i i the month.

cfl rale booster for Red Chinese to Haegaru"Arriving rifty-two airman apprentices

his own coun- safely in Haega-ru, -s advanced to airman, ten seaman
.. try and a propaganda Kiser was flown to Japan. lit apprentices to seaman, four fire
" effort was unable to use both his hands '' S di men apprentices to fireman, three
L......!'.-. r.;_ toward otherLadd and feet. inasmuch as they had dentalman apprentices to dental.
countries. Th been frostbitten. Fron
severely -
man, three hospitalman apprentices
statement would if taken by itself, Japan he was flown to Hawaii to hospitalman, four teleman
tend to show that Stalin and his and then to a hospital in Corpus apprentices to teleman, and two ,
coherts have only the interests of Christ!, Texas. engineman apprentices to engine..
the people of Russia at heart and Released from the hospital ori

are arming themselves only for Feb.i 15, John was transferred tc man.Other advances in the E-2 pay
defense of the homeland. Jacksonville Hays ;
the NATTCenter, grade include as follows: one to
In it is the inference that Russia he is quite happy to be here, 'A DAN (aviation machinist'smate

... Is a peacable country and hat: I ), one to AEAN (aviation '

been forced to perfect the atomic He's Convinced 4 electrician's mate). AMAN (aviation "
bomb only to defend itself against structural mechanic), one to ,
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the West. This being their usual New York (AFPS) M/'Sgt., to SKSNstorekeeper

line of talk, they are prepared tc t Philip W. Daly, a recruiting BW ANOTHER CARNIVAL CHECK-The second in a series of personnelman), and one one to radioman '.
defend and will not hesitate: to do I geant on duty here practice checks destined for approved charities in the area from funds derived ( ,

.- so if attacked." what he preaches to prospects. lie from the Navy Charity Carnival held last May, was presented CIa ." Ii
celebrated the completion of 22: last week to the Duval County Chapter American Cancer [ .
) do know anything
"Doing anything Saturday years of Army service by re- Society. Capt. Douglas T. Day commanding officer of NAS above of 8ndy.wife's whereabouts""Well you !
defense bond,, the check, to the amount of $863.76 to Mrs. Anne II. my
eight 1"' enlisting, buying: a presents ah ain't sho, but I U-
.. director of the chapter. Mrs. Samuel S. Lorn-
of blood tithe Frame executive
and donating a pint ,
.., "Nope commander witnesses the ceremony. lieves I put em in da
"Could I use your soap." Red Cross. bardo, county ,

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WHAT *C {A MEAN, ,,. .,. *: Bits'
WZiNDtlt [Vsi
R -
CvtS TO Y+ v + + )E: CGM 1lKA'tI41V,
lG1TY 17AY ? -..,. 1C UR 3 tl AKti
SEVENTY SIX CENT' NI. Friends of Don Schonne, AD3
.-. Iss( were heard to be whistling, "Those
wedding bells are breaking up
that old gang of mine," for he
Is making flank speed toward the
altar in January.

"Space Cadet," Leo Meeischledt,
ADC (AP), recently returned
! from Cherry Point, N C., ferrying
a red hot jet His first remark

upon alighting was, "smoking
% rpckets
p OMENr W T)4) peer\ After Joe King, YN3, the leading -
1;,.' *': ; 1 KNQW pNE Gl PLEAaE, 'F I -"' TWAT ,A t31lAR 14'A5 chief's yeoman, took off for
A'y, T ii Sr C1I17.5 MUrT: E TFIINK t tn/AS C'N4Y yvpttlN fifty 1+ttNE FAETULant, Norfolk, Va, Bob
I ilz, fclGHT" \ Cvflt f1111): CENTS, wH+ 'T'3 'fNE Krause, AA, took his place, and

he together with Elwyn Fisher,
AA are holding the fort,
Harry Wilson TEM 3 and Wil-
bur Woods, ALe, have departedfor
H well earned leaves.
',' 'r I S r r

Wit llic arrival of Lt (jg)
Robert L. Kalmbacher, smile are
once again to be seen on the
countenance of Lt, (Jg) Roger I.
Li titjjk:4-J; Bateman, who had been struggling
_____ under the terrific work load in
With Claud Gatlin, AN, educational -
t '' yeoman on. emergency
A 'QUIETDISBURSING leave, and forthcoming exams and \
routine work coming in, Henry
Osman, A De', and Steve Dobay,
AP), are pulling out their hair.
r *
Going like a house afire are the
1 Fasron 6 athletes, who've just
w t about beaten team
every they've
I ___ __
nnnn come up against. After the vol.lev .
'bailers took two straight, the

VP-3 VP-74L Fasron 9, VA-15 Report golf team, not to be outdone took
l Fasron 109 over the hurdles, then _
the touch football enthusiasts went
out and bested Fasron 109, 26-6,
Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons to make it a clean sweep.
I This week's deserving "white
hat" Is Wilson TEM3 the
Harry ,
YP.3 mailman. The
squadron former
HERE AND THEREThe I A total of flight miles ap- unofficial personnel record of the and squadron one of set which an tion week Committee when were the rewardedlast squadron Sampson, N. Y, postal clerk and
25; times the dis- full scale two letter man in high school saw
: into
pioximatmg I' they be justly proud. Of the coffee mess
parson was holding fort:I may duty in the Pacific during World
on all the sins from murder t tance around the world was total number of men taking the operation.. Leading Chief Felix War IIWhen,
on before the for promotion to the next Howard, ADC, has a sharp eye
shooting' craps. An old woman tr,I tra\'eledJby VP-3 exams questioned about when
a front pew kept murmuring encouragement squadron returned here after ed higher and rating-79 will be advanced.per cent pass- out the quality for those of the who"brew"gripe and about has he served and what he did, he replies -
at each blast from I with a joke about his being,
an absence of more than five The only mishap that occurred assured all hands that offenderswill
the pulpit. be the first on his next work "the guy who stood on the beach
months the trip directly affected
Then the parson began on snuf!f during II and gave out mail to the Marines
dipping, whereat the old woman I Several thousand accidentfreehours Lt. "Red"' H Bartz, but not seriously detail. when they came ashore"
Bat bolt upright and muttered, in the air were completed That worthy ran out of Charles Bell, ADC, and Norris I''
"Now he's stopped preaching and i as the unit visited such far-flung mustache wax but was saved Richardson, A M C reported skunk exterminating outfit By .
started meddling." lands as Newfoundland, Canada, from disgrace when a fresh sup- aboard for duty last week from I his opinion, there are entirely too
rOn Nova Scotia, Greenland, Italy, ply arrived from Italy NATTC, Memphis, Tenn. Carl many of the creatures around to
their 25th: wedding anni- Iceland, England, North Africa, A considerable amount of ex-: Heise, AOC, from NAS Quonset I suit the tastes and scents of the
versary Ma interrupted her usual Portugal, the Azore Islands and perience and know-how was acquired Point, R, I., and Bill McPherson, squadron.
stream of chatter to ask, "Well, Bermuda. by VP-3 on this mission PRI, from Corry Field are oth- Felicitations to former Lt. (jg)
Pa do you realize what day thisis Leading in flight time for this Because of the improvements toward er new arrivals to the squadron. now full Lieutenant Harry Collins -
?" entire operation was Lt. Ted making it a better and A trio of men from NAS Jax of the supply department
"Well, ain't we gonna' cele- Crain. He was also high man for more effective fighting unit, were among personnel reporting who was recently advanced in
br ate'?" total hours flown for one month. Comdr. Louis E. DeCamp extendsa aboard also. They are Dewey rank.
Pa scratched his head and then The average availability of "Well Done" to all hands! Lawing, PR3, Bob Sewell, AM3, Taking a page from Bill Pen-
said: 'How about two minutes of planes was very high, which and John Fox, AMAN, Gerald nybacker's book, Ed Maguire,
silence," j i I proved the effectiveness of well AP-741 Swinson, AMC, from FASRon 6, AN, took off on 15 days leaver r ;
r 1 trained .,maintenance and flight Crew Three, with Max Moon- Bob Gooch from PATRon 34, and presumably to watch the *..enesVA15
The teacher had just given a I crews, for they had to operate eyham, ADE3, leading the way Bob Bullock, AA, from NAS, Atlanta game
lengthy talk on George Washington under the handicap of overseas made liberties in Coco Solo, Pan- Ga., completed the list of I r r
and how he chopped down bases and abnormal conditions ama Canal Zone and San Juan, new men assigned duty in the
his father's favorite cherry tree The airmen were greeted with P. R., last week-end Upon arrival squadron.Two Out of the approximately 3.500 .
and then admitted that he had open enthusiasm in the distant in Jax: the entire crew reported more names in the news men who were aboard the USS "
done it "Now," she asked one of lands and did their best to carry "dog tired" but also extremely this week were Lt. Bob Nichols, Coral Sea (CVB43)), VA-15's intramural -
the students, "Do, know with them the good will of the happy over the lIberty. who joined the "proud father"division softball team took run
his did not you scold punish why United States while they were With the exception of a few and Pete Lee, AA, who ner-up honors in the play while
father or -
busy furthering the "Old Navy" the succumbed to the temptation of Mediterranean
him? items, squadron received a the ship operated in the -
'Surf," replied tie scholar tradition of seeing the world. grade of excellent following a recent matrimony. recently.
S Fasron 9
Administrative-Personnel Former Jax Navy softball star
"George still had the axe In his
J.l and."' During the five month tour the inspection conducted by Captain According to the editor of the Russell C. Cummings, AD3, who
f;+ ""t'". :\.01..."r ... Jesse S. McClure, CommanderFleet Fasron 9 Newsletter, Doug Maul-' played for the Fliers when they
I r: < I.: l'w ,'Ui4ng 'proftnityV, Efforts of the Enlisted Recrea with an efficiently operating year, accepted the runner-up
: .
-- trophy from the Coral Sea's skipper -
{+' S"'J.14 to. pa this morn- '
,, a I!' nttI'IU"' + I..1'don't want to Korean War Vet Captain J S. Russell.
11 ,ictipyoltodayy;' ..'h5 I At the present time Cummmgi
r .s'* ""'*tparent I Is stationed at NAAS Cecil Field

'''i' '.Prou4, on' meeting> the At HAT T Cen terI in iasron 9.Changes. < .
new, first, grade teacher "I am I
very happy to know you, Miss Herbert Pearce, HM3, was in Main
Smith I am the father of the !'awarded the Purple Hear Medal
twins vou are going to have this last Thursday by Ca pt. Lester K a
term Rice, commanding olficer of the Gate Bus RouieChanges
| Naval Air Technical Training Center u
Judge to Joshua I who had been for wounds received on the Korean in the Main Gate bm
picked up on suspicion ): "Are you war front. route and an additional scheduled (7
the Joshua who made the sun The citation in part leads as bus run through Dewey Park be-
stand. still? follows: "While attached to a "
came effective Oct. 8. to accommodate -
Joshua: "No sah, ver honah, ah 75mm Recoiless Gun Company of the school children at-
Is the Joshua" who made the moonshine the Fifth Marine Regiment of the 'tending the Venetla extension
still. First Marine Division, which was courses at Building 450 at the
j fighting in the Hagaru area, Naval Air Station. ., ..
In a military hospital two orderlies Korea, on 7 December 1950: you 4 4t The additional bus enters
were playing cards when were wounded In action by moitor s Dewey Park at 0800, proceeds
they heard a knock on the door shell fragments on encounteringan along 120th St., Norman St., Riley
Who s there *" one of them enemy ambush Ave., Taylor St., Butler Ave,
yelled In token of esteem in which the Ellyson St., then direct to Build
"Rigor mortis! May I set in?" United States of America and ing 450, arriving about 0820. It
the Department of the Navy holds makes a return trip over the
Tommy "Daddy, was Benja- those who are wounded as a direct same route in reverse, leaving
min Franklin the first electil- result of enemy action, you at 1400.
dan?" are awarded the Purple Heart Operations-Main Gate busses,
Daddy "No, Adam was the first Medal. formerly scheduled at 0800 and -+
electrician He furnished the spare The Purple Heart Medal, Rib- )815, will leave operations at
parts for the first loud speaker." bon Bar, and Lapel Pin, are delivered 0755 and 0810 and follow the normal -
to you with congratulations route entering the enlisted
} A practical joker sent friends ." housing area on Randolph, proceeding -
' boxes containing eleven white Pearce, a native of Clinton, to Albemarle and down
,._, ,_ ,_.. _>,,1.0._ ,. .... 450 arrivingat
mice, then sent them a note telling Miss., will soon be transferred to t'J'" >i ""' ( """' ''" d-. them he hoped they were en- Memphis for duty. He Is plan- liE'S HOME-Although Dale Talley, 3-year-old son of Lt. 0815 and 0830. A return trip
Jojingthe twelve white mice ning, on the expiration of his enlistment and Mrs. George Talley of VF-11, seems to be left out in the cold, will be made on the same route,
The recipients spent many hours ] to return to civilian life it's his turn next, as Talley's wife Elsie, greets him upon his arrival leaving Bldg. 450 at 1400.
looking through the house for the if the national situation permits, here from sea last week His squadron returned after servingsix This schedule will remain >A +.. -.
jnisfcin: mouse. and' go back to college. months aboard the USS Coral Sea in the Mediterranean. effect until further notice

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11 October 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

Dedicated To Helping Others

a, 8 Service, Comfort SuppliedBy

Gray Lady VolunteersA

you bought your ticket to young sailor, confined to his
the dance ? They're now on sale, hospital bed by an overhead trac- room in the competent care of another -
1 It's our Hallowe'en Dance but tion device that immobilizes his lady in gray as they are
don't go to the expense of buyin broken leg, sincerely thanks the called Into the doctor's office.

,& false face. The one you wea lady in grey for the books, mag- And in still another section of
every day will fill the. bill. Thos azines and hobby material that the Naval Hospital a group of
on the recreation committee and will help him while away the long ambulatory patients pass the tedious
selling tickets are Mildred Fowler, weary hours of recuperation. days of convalescene by weaving

Frances Theus, Faunce McCully, Nearby, in the dependent's clin- rugs, fashioning attractive
Lesley Bennett, Charlie Green ic, worried young mothers grate- ceramics or making worthwhile
Curly Wemp Paul Sapp, CeclFisher : [ fully leave their energetic young- household furnishings under ex-
and Walker Cievasse. sters in the children's waiting pert instruction.
A big night has been planne ...-k." __ Services su_h as these typifythe

that you won't want to miss.. $1,00plus work of the volunteer Gray

tax per couple.Transportation GRAY LADIES AT WORK- Lady Corps whose members have
v dedicated themselves to be of
welcomed bad] Dedicated to helping others, service to the patients in the na-

Billy Harkins, AOC, this v.eek! could well be the slogan of the tion's hospitals.
after having been assigned to the Gray Lady Corps. In top photo, .

Housing Office for some time Sgt. Edward Huff, from Pope j Strictly a volunteer organization
Of interest to all is the announcement the Gray Ladies receive no
of a 7-pound, 8-ounce gir Air Force Base, N. C., presently material reimbursement for their

born to Doris Middleton on Oct. 4, recuperating in the Ortho- I work They are rewarded for

Doris formerly worked in Trans pedic Ward of the Naval Hospital I their generous service in the

portation. Louise Bragg reported here, selects a novel from I knowledge that they have helped
back on the Job Monday havinf speed the recovery of someone less
completed two weeks training in the book cart tended by Mrs. fortunate than themselves.The .

,t the Reserves. Donald Bolton, a member of 1 Gray Lady Corps of the

Lou Briggs, GMC, of Housing the Gray Lady Corps. Assist- Duval County Chapter of the
made a quick trip over the weekend ing Mrs. Bolton in wheelingthe American Red Cross is a group
to his home in Southern Pines, cart is Jack Devore, AF?. I of volunteers who work in the
N. C..e were glad to see< At bottom Mrs. Albert Heck- j Naval Hospital here. The Corps
Jimmie Harrison of the Record: came into being in 1943. The vol-
Section back at work Monday after ey, Gray U1Iy assigned to Occupational unteers in this first group, carefully .

an extended illness Clew Therapy departmentof selected and thoroughly
Flanders of Maintenance came to the Naval Hospital, demon- trained, contributed 4,393 hours of
work Monday morning telling a strates correct clay modeling to service in four civilian hospitals
wild tale about catching 59 speckled Willis Scott, CD2CB, an am- before assuming duties at the
." trout at Fort Geel get Coulc bulatory patient at the Hospi NAS Hospital in 1944.

I be he dreamed it. i tal. At the present time the local
I I corps has 89 active workers, about
! Florence Brown is still on sick 50 of whom are civilians., The remainder
i leave and Rosalie Potts (of Transportation Turning Out Skilled Technicians Wheelchair Home I are wives of service men

) has come over to help stationed in this area.

out Frank Nettles. Alene Brum Advanced Methods Taught Students !! For Korea Vets When a woman has been ac-
baugh went to Philly over the I cepted for Gray Lady duty she Un-

weekend to see hubby.As New York (AFPS) Veteran dergoes a training period which

you all know this is "Na- At Aviation Electronics School : of the Korean war whose Servic varies according to locality but in
tional Hue the Handicap Week" i connected disabilities resulted In general averages 18 hours of in-

Those of us who have associatedwith Electronics the loss of use of both legs are struction. She is thoroughly indoctrinated -
the handicapped know the The Aviation I course in basic and advanced fundamentals now eligible to obtain from the in the general phasesof
good work that they do and know School of NATTCenter is now of electronics. The Veterans Administration detailed the Corps service and special

they do mOle and better work using advanced teaching tech- course is divided into six: phases.In I plans for the construction ot emphasis is placed upon the tenets

than some of us. We feel it is a niques that ale as new to the these six: phases the student I "wheelchair homes," formerly; of the group-friendly service,
privilege and pleasure to work and the gets the fundamentals that will made available to veterans of support of morale, and promotion
with them. Navy as zipper pants qualify him for a third class rat- World War II. of recovery of the patients.

. Universal Code of Military ing in the field. I The homes' special features Include *

I Justice. The first phase Is of five weeks instead of steps, Following training, the workersare
TV See ramps
'Eyes9 flay duties and
assigned specific
With an emphasis on technical duration, and is composed of a doorways wide enough to admit
skill, military duties, and high thorough Indoctrination in School a wheelchair, exercise rooms; on an average, they will spendone
week at
5-hour: period once a
En alllefiell morale of both instructors and policy, and the basic fundamentalsof equipped according to the need:
lire the hospital. In many cases they
students, the AE School, under the eleUricity. The second phaseof of the owner, and special bath artangements. '- hours asthe
work considerably longer
four weeks, is spent on alter-
direction of Lcdr. Charles E. Brewer .
Washington (An.S-A set of and direct current work-load demands.
tech- nating genera-
out skilled Administration
is turning Veterans
television 'of sort In recognition of their gener-
"eyes" a
giant and practical
that someday enable field nicians at the rate of 40 a monthfor tors. Both theory supplies model plans, specifications ous devotion to duty, each vol-
may demonstrations given.
the "A" School and 20 a are I which the
commanders to see part of and blueprints unteer is presented a chevron for ,
every month for the "B" School. Thisis The third, fourth, and fifth veteran may use either as a guide each 100 hours of service. A number .
battlefield at has been
of once un-
an increase of just 100 percent phases give the student eight for the building of his new home of ladies of the local corps
veiled the Signal
by Army Corps. productivity since the school has weeks of intensive instructions in or for remodeling his present res have achieved this award.
These "eyes" are a mobile television been established in the Jax area. aircraft starters, electric props, idence. Included their multitud-
station, described by eletionics ,.- electric turrets among
The students in the "A" Schoolare aircraft ignition, inous duties are reading to patients
engineers as "one of the drawn mainly from the ANP) and aircraft electrical and me- weeks the students troubleshootand and writing letters home,

most complete wheels.stations" ever School at the Center. A high class chanical instruments.This go through regular line operations doing shopping errands, arranging
mounted on standing is necessary to qualifya 17 weeks of intensive train- on live aircraft. Malfu c- flowers, providing amusements,
The Signal Corps said the sets student for attendance in the ing is designed to give the student tions, known to occur in ope a- and planning suitable programsfor
will be used to televise troop AE classes. The student is grad- the qualifications that will tlons, will be put in the aircraft various holidays.A .
maneuvers for commanders, umpires uated from the ANP) School on enable him to make the third class I and the students repair them ,on familiar sight in the wards of
and students, and that it is Friday. He checks in the AE petty officer. More importantfrom the spot. In these last two weeks the Naval Hospital are the Gray
intended to "stimulate tacticaluses School the same day, goes throughthe I the Navy's viewpoint, this instruction I the student gets a thorough indoctrination Ladies and their book carts filled
of television" administrative functions, is assigned i will enable him to repair in safety precautlohs,, with carefully selected reading
The new system will also be a class and is ready to attend I the electrical system of aircraft for both land based and shipbo I'dI matter. An expert librarian supervises -
used to explore the feasibility of I I class at 0725 on Monday. No in the field. I aircraft.Lt. / the loading of the carts

using television for field Instruc- time is lost I I Robert E. Bronson off! erincharge and considers the preference of
tion, and to develop TV instruc- The 18th and 19th weeks are of the "A" Schol/de/ the patients as well as the subject 1
tional techniques. I The "A" School is a 19-week graduation weeks. In these two clares "This is the only school of matter in her choice of books.A .

its kind in the Navy, but I /con- good majority of the patients,
[ sider it the finest of its kid in according to the Naval Hospital ;
p the world. I know of no c/'ilian librarian, are eager to further
j institution that can comps* withit their education and technical and w
: self-study volumes are in great demand -
IOn ':j
< completion of the course of
s, In addition to the books! and I
instruction the student is assignedthe
hobby material sent into the wauls I
billet in accordance
preferred the Gray Ladies under the guidance :,)
to his standing! in the class. This I
of the Red Cross
i has been found to be a decided hospital '1 I
Incentive to the student to study. recreation staff, arrange parties, j;( <
"" High student of the class is given including birthday affairs replete '
with cakes movie out- .4 '
his choice of any billet on the
side entertainment groups, com "'
BuPers assignment list. The second
c att and following gets the fol- munity singing, and in general : '
bring to the bed patients as much
lowing choices in rotation.
.. diversion as possible.For .
The "B" School, under the direction the ambulatory patients the %t
of Lt. Bryan Franks, is Ladies well
Gray man a large,
tt ttr a 33-week course in advanced Avi- equipped recreation room complete
ation Electronics and related with record player and television %

t mathematics. The students are set, and in addition the volunteers
drawn primarily from the fleet, aid regularly assigned personnel
md a man has to hold the rating in the Hospital's Occupational
ot a second class Petty Officer or : Therapy department in in-
above to enter the school. These strutting and supervising the workf
men are sent from their Individ- .
... 4 patients.
ual commands on a returnable Other up and around eonvalefl-, ,

tuota. cents are treated to ball games, <
The AE School is the only onef lances and beach parties with
) its kind in the Navy. "We're .ransportatlon provided by the U>. '
adopting the latest teaching techniques cal Volunteer Motor Corps of the
*," says Lcdr. Brewer. "We Special Services Section of the

MOCK-UP CONTROL PANEL-George Curlios, AEC, pushes a few of the switches on the control lave a high type of personnel to Red Cross. .
panel of the "Motivator," a mock-up designed with an exact duplication of a fighter plane's instruct, and we're trying to lead *
electrical system, at NATTCenter. Lcdr. Charles E. Brewer, officer-in-charge of the Aviation Electronics them rather than push them Naval dependent are not neg
School and Lt. Robert Branson watch as the "Motivator" gives a picture of what actually hrough: the course of instruction ected by the ladies in gray. TiuI":i

-. happens, when the pilot presses the switch in a Navy fighter plane. j ." I (Please Turn to Page 6.,CoL at




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Page Six JAX AIR NEWS 11 October 1951

DOWN ON THE FARM-This Is the way to
Maintenance AK Students
Comdr. Rogers relax down on the farm so says lovely Jane Aircraft ,
Greer, Hollywood star. Miss Greer who does '$

Takes Reins Of most stardom.of her work for AIGM, is being boomedfor '" Marines Pace Center Touch GriddersNATTCenter

Air Group One -= intra-mural touch grid standings suffered a shakeuplast

week as two perfect records were spoiled, with AK Students and
Comdr. Richard S. Rogers assumed I Marines sharing the National loop lead and Aircraft Maintenance
command of Carrier Air
Group One yesterday morning, relieving taking over top spot in the American.

Comdr. John C. Kelly, i in American League play saw Air
charge of command ceremonies in i craft Maintenance take over first Medics. I.
Hangar 114.Comdr. place with a 41-0 drubbing of ACShip's Personnel moved into undisputed
and 30-19 win possession of second place with >. '
served Company '
who has I
Kelly, t
a forfeit win from the Medics anda
Fullback John Sullivan
Commander of CAG-1 since from Supply.
7-0 victory over ANP) Shlp'aCompany.
Washing completed 20 of 25 passes
will to
June 1950 proceed .r
Airmen the
The lost
ton, D. C., for duty with the I for Maintenance in the 41-0 vic services of fullback Andy Cer-
Office of Chief of Naval tory. His receivers included JoeSullivan
Opera ro St'd cv wt r 1 and lineman
1S. vellionne Hugh Craig,
Robert Charlie
tions. Prior to assuming the helm I George
both and out for the
injured sea-
of the air group he was com Kerr Charlie Hedges and Tom
niandmg officer of VF-174 I Sullenberger. Guard Bill Land. son, and played virtually without -
Comdr. Rogers, a veteran of all graf sparkled on defense.
theaters of operations durin; Supply's loss to Maintenance, In the National League, AK y
Students and Marine Air Detachment _
World War II, was serving will coupled with a 27-27 tie with the
loss each to emi
the Bureau of Aeronautics when I First Lieutenants dropped the one
he received his orders to report for': Storekeepers into third place. Don their unbeaten streaks but both
remained deadlocked for the
duty as Commander of CAG-1 Wright's rifle arm set up Supply's
lead it the
league Ironically, was
four TDs. Bobby Ownby Mac Mc-
Commanding officer of VC-68,
Marines who beat the AK Students
when that squadron won the Presidential Elyea, Bill Engel and Jay Farrar 20-6 but earlier AE Stu-
-- --
did the scoring; Charlie Tucker
Unit Citation for action
dents had blanked MAD, 12-0, and
in 1944 off the Marianas and in and Don Beck were mainstays in the first! place tie stayed unbrokenat
the Battle of Leyte Gulf Comdr the line. week's end.
Tex Beneke To Play For .
Rogers was also skipper of VF-11 *
Athletic and Recreation lost by
when it won the Pacific Air Force While AE was winning from
forfeit to ANP) Ship's Company,
Battle Efficiency Award while op-
MAD AK Students
prating aboard the USS Valley; then edged the winless First Lieutenants and their were to running 13-0 "
passing .way a
Next Week 6-0 on an end by ,
sweep J
Forge during its Around-the three Dances victory over ANP( ) Students.
World Cruise of 194748.A Don Funk as Flip Carlson starredon White scored the first TD follow- (
the forward wall. AO Ship'sCompany
personal letter of congratulations ing a blocked punt. Captain Ray
forfeit from the
from the Chief of Nava j Tex Beneke, who five yean had built. Therefore I decided to won Holland tossed to Brickwedell for

Operations on the award to VF-11: ago took over the baton of the remain with him, for my active the extra point, later passed to
is one of Comdr. Rogers' treasured Glenn Miller orchestra, will ap lifetime., SkeetmenJMace Charlie Kee for the second touch
possessions. pear with his entire ensembl< down. John Sweeney was bulwark
for a three day-run aboard the Such discs as "St Louis Blue in the lineTraining.
Comdr. Rogers graduated from week. March" Blues in the Night
Naval Air Station In Shoot
the Naval Academy in 1937 and March," "I Can Dream Can't 1" High Facilities broke into
won his wings at Pensacola two Monday he will be at the NAT and "Can I Canoe You Up The the win column with a 2-0 squakerover .,
years later. The heavy cruiser,, TCenter Auditorium, Tuesday at River" have sold millions of the hapless AO Students ;
USS San Francisco was his first the Mainside auditorium and he copies to set the band up as one At Gainesville then lost 18-0, to the ANP) ..
duty station after graduating from will appear at the officers' club of the outstanding attractions on Students while AE was trouncingAO
the academy. on Wednesday. All dances stan records. In the pre-war days the Shooting in its final meet 19-0. "

i at 2000. Glenn Miller band racked up a of the year, Jax Navy's Skeet American League

Mad ScrambleFor Today Tex Beneke and his or. similar enviable disc sale with Team ended a season of glory W L T
chestra have been accepted by; such otustanding spinning saucersas AIC Malnt __._.._.....5 0 1
the public not only in lieu 01 "Chattanooga Choo Choo," with a title it garnered at the Personnel __.._.._.._....4 1 1

Prize In Glenn Miller's band, but also a: "Kalamazoo," ':In The Mood" and First Annual 1 GainesvilleFla. Supply ................_..._...3 1 2
Top one of the nations foremost orchestras "Tuxedo Junction" ( .) Open Shoot. The event AO Ship's Co ............2 ::2 2
Wherever the Beneke 30. ANP) Ship' Co. ....2 3 1
Football Contest band plays it is greeted by former was staged Ath. and Rec. ........._...2'' 3 1
Glen Miller fans who are Air Group Though the fhe-man local was Medics .1: 0

appreciative of Tex's efforts tc I beat out one point for the five- First Lt ........................0 4 2
Upsets galore played havoc 'keep his music alive, bat most : (Continued from Page 1)) man open title, the Navy skeeters National League
with football prognosticators last I important are the new fans who forces in the area. came through in the five-man serv- W L T
week, but considering all such I recognize Tex as a fresh personality Carrier Air Group One is one ice match to clinch that title The AK Students -.4 1 I 0

upsets, Station personnel didn'tdo in the music business with of the oldest Air Groups in the Jacksonville Gun Club took the MAD ............................4 1 0
bad at all. a style and personality. all his: Navy. It was originally commissioned five-man' open championship at AE Students ................2 1 1
No less than six entrants were own. Air Group 4 aboard the the meet. ( ) Students ........2 2 1 cvANP L.

tied for first place in last week's Tex admits that leading a band USS Ranger in 1927 and remain.ed As a team, the shooters scored TraFac ..... .... ......1 4 9
Football Special-each getting 16 was one of his life's ambitions as such until 1946 when it was an aggregate of 488 points. The AO Students ... .0 :5 4)
of 20 games correct. "But I wanted the kind of a band redesignated Air Group 1. The Individual scores of the team members :
However, since there are only that Glenn, Miller had and l I Group has been based at NAS were, as follows: Capt. ThornBLS
two prizes the tie-breaking pre- realized it would be virtually impossible Jax since January of 1949. J 'Burnam (USMC). 97x100:
diction was used, in this case the to duplicate the magnificent William L. Arthur. AOC, 95x100;
Michigan State-Ohio State game musical machine that Glenn Kenneth L. Fendergras, AEC, 98x-
Edgar Cahert Jr., RMSN, of Over 2Continued 100; Gordon Teets, ADC, 100x100.; 141rVisit
ComFairJax was declared the .. and Eugene Varner, AOC 98x100.
winner over five others with his Golfers Eye { from Page 1)) On Sept. 23, the skeet team participated
predictions of the Michigan State- senior medical officer, so as to include in the Jax-Navy Open
Ohio State fray. He picked his and in no way impair the Championship which was held
score of 21.13 in favor of the Cup MeetEntries stores of blood at the Jacksonville aboard the station The club's
Spartans.Mrs. Blood Bank used by the Naval five-man team I
first team took the ( The Red Shield Club, top.
Lois Fields, of Administrative to the big Fall Cup Hospital, O&R, Public Works and title, while Bill Arthur almost ilde, Navy-Beach bus station, .
department, took second links tournament, which is expected NA RTU. copped one match title. He and I orner Clay and Adams. Consult ,
place honors, also by virtue of the 20 Blood donated through the Do- Jax Gun Club, ..
to get underway Oct. Francis Ellis, of the he bulletin board in the club on
tie-breaking question. ire now being accepted at the nation Center at the Infirmary is shot two rounds together, but remained your next visit to town).
Catvert wins! a $3.00 cash award, vAS course club house. used first to maintain local reserves tied. At the end of the Thursday. October II

while Mrs. Fields wins a case of Amateur, professional and plain that may be drawn upon text round, however Ellis surged Panel Discussion.
cokes, or any other soft drinks duffers are not only eligible but alike by military and' civilian per ahead of Arthur when the Navy Irldaj, October 1'2 .
at 85 cents (deposit free) at the invited to compete in the tourney. sonnel of the Armed. Forces shooter dropped a bird. Ellis won 2oo0.2200-Square dance Intructionsrefreshments t, ..
Navy Exchange' drive-in 1
Entry fees is $1.00 per person. is a result. during inermission. -
counter located near the Laundry. will be divided into A club championship match was .
Players Local Men Returning
Also missing but four frays, but
in flights, according to handicaps, shot among the skeet club's members Saturday! October 13
failing to come close tie-breaker enough with the exception of the championship From Coaching SchoolFour on Sept. 9 aboard the sta- 2000-Open House Dance with ,"
of the
the prediction flight. The championship lon In that event, Bill Arthur orchestra

i.' ministrative were Dot Houghton of NAS Andrew Ad- flight will have no handicaps. NATTCenter men are easily tok the club .championshipy Sunday', October II
department; Entries can be made at the studying coaching methods in shooting 99x100. 1500-Glee Club.16:0Coffedhour1900Choral; :: ;
SN of NAS Personnel; .
I W. J. Powell AL3 of VP-741 and Club house up to Oct. 1, with play basketball and wrestling at an ; group ant a., ..

k' J C. McNichol, RMSN, of Fleet slated to begin on Oct. 20. Academy-managed school in Outdoor Pools CloseSeven Community singMonday .
Air Wing Eleven staff.THEATER Darkhorse John Adams came Bainbridge, Md., this week. October 15
out of nowhere to capture the Expected to return tomorrow outdoor swimming pools Game night-Bunco party.
last Cup meet held in the Spring. from the week-long course are located at NAS will close for the Tuesday, October 16
GUIDE He; took honors with a 3 and 2 Lt. Fred T. Marconi, NATTC season Oct. 15. During the winter "Home Arts" nlght-in the kit-

win over Jerry Morrison Welfare and Recreation officer; : swimming facilities will be hen make records. ",
l\L\lNSIDE Lt. (jg) Alexander A. Miller offered station personnel at the Wednesday, October 17 4
Thursday October It ANP( School Phase Officer; Indoor Swimming Pool. Building 2000-2130-Dance Instruction.

Hills of Utah" .. .Gene Autry ServiceContinued Richard D. Beaver, ACC, ANP) 514, on Gillis Street at Enterprise ..
Friday October 19 School, and John T. Falvey, I
The Mob" ....Broderick Crawford ( from Page 5) A'MS2, NATTC Athletic and Ave.The indoor pool opens for the .ad Gets J

Saturday October 13 wards are visited frequently and Recreation. eason on Oct. 15. I "
"Gypsy Wildcat.Maria: Montez special project Just recently (Continued from Page 1)n

Sunday, October It 'ompleted: and well received, is the July 11, 1918. and received )
"Come Fill The 'hildren's: waiting room adjacent boot training at Great Lakes, III .:
Cup" ....... ............James Cagney ''to: the dependent's clinic in whichi From the Naval Training Centerl: ]
;; Monday October 15 mother may leave her lively I he was sent to NATTC. Memphis, I ITenn.
"'.: Red Badge of youngsters in competent hands ., for an eight-week course: I
Courage" ,...........Audie :Murphy while they keep appointmentswith of' instruction in aviation funda-
Tues, and Wed., Oct. 10-17 doctors. rentals school '

"No Highway In The As a unit of the American Red Upon competion} of -AN (P)

Sky .................. .James Stewart Cross Volunteer Special Service, school he went to Photo School )
NATTCenter the Gray Ladies financial obligations at t Pensacola left there in 191* ]
Thursday", October 11 are assumed by the parent for Argentia, where he served 18 1
"Angels In TheOutfield" organization and locally, Mrs.. E. months before coming here. ]

........ ......Paul Douglas Davidson. Red Cross Field Director "Archie" is a native of Jack- ? I
Friday, October 12 for the Naval Hospital, is in son. Mich. 1
; "Gypsy Wildcat'....Maria: Montez charge: of training of the volunteers .. J
tp Saturday, October 13 and general supervision of )

;f?; 'The Mob'' ....Brod rlck Crawford their work. 'E" Pennant 1
Sunday October It Mrs. Burton Barrs, chairman of -
'if":' "Cave Of TheOutlaws" the Volunteer Special Services is (Continued from Page 1) 1

t j i' ........McDonald Carey harged: with the responsibility of VP-45 based at Coco Solo 1

, JMon. and Wed., Oct 15-16 appointing officers in the local -----....- 6a ii. ..._wr- .. -- Canal Zone was selected as thbest
f "Come Fill The Cray Lady Corps. Mrs. Hayes
Cup". ....?..?......_..James Cagney :McKae Is presently Chairman of "SHIPS FOR SIX"-Joan E. Jansen, SK3 member of the first leet PBM Air Wing squadron.Eleven Thus squadrons two t
I ,tt. Wednesday October 17 the group Mrs. Robert C Coats group of WAVES to enlist in the regular Nary in 1918 is swornin I ._ I
; all honors as top patrol
tour of duty.
this week six-year
'Red Badge Oft' Is Vice-Chairman, and Mrs. William after she re-enlisted a in the Atlantic Fleetr .

Courage" .............Audie Murphy A. Hopkins I U Secretary. George Ilolton NAS Personnel officer, administers the oath. squadrons ,..

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11 October 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven


FOOTBALL SPECIAL Fliers Clip Patrick 20-0 ;; I

.I SELECT TilE WINNERS Meet Elgin Eagles NextJax

Games for Saturday, Oct. 13 _
Navy fliers romped to a 20-0 halftime
edge over a
.. (Home teams in right column) On the next Patrick play and
big Patrick Air Force Base team at Melbourne last Satur- the last one of the game, the host

Yale] ..._...._.?_.___.?_.._vs.._._...........-.___... ColumbiaNo. I day night and then hung on grimly against an aroused op- team completed Its longest play

Carolina State ,.._.....vs............._.....__.._..... Duke ponent during the second half to record their first big win. I of the game when the quarterback -

Maryland ............................vs.._.__.__....._...........Georgia The Fliers will attempt to threw a surprise pass to the
man's kick was wide. right end, who was caught from
Northwestern ..........._...._.vs...._.__._._...__ Minnesota make it two in a row, against the On the kickoff the
following, behind by Tarzetti on the Patrick
Dartmouth _.....__._...........vs........_.......................... Army Eglin Air Force Base Eagles Sat- receiver was jarred loose from the 30.
urday afternoon at Eglin.
Florida _......._.._..._..._..vs..._...__._..._..___.Auburn ball by Shotwell on the Patrick

L.S.U. ..................................vs................_..._ Georgia Tech few Coach fast reserve Knickelbine backs uncovered who show-a 40, Sweat recovered In the air STATISTICS Jx r.JrUfc
at the 50 and 6 before
South Carolina ............._...Vs..._......:L...._. North Carolina ed well in the 20-0 win over Pat- smothered.picked On up the first First downs . .. T..3
being . .
Rushing yards 193 ........ 25
Holy Cross ........__..........vs................._._...._..._. Tulane rick, and is ready to go along play, Doebler took a band off on Passing yards .. .. 19..........61

J" Villanova' .._........_.____._.vs...._........._ Alabama ((12th) with them against Eglin. a fake spinner, broke through over Passes Passes completed attempted ........ 8 1....................14 5

(, S.\f.U. .._..........._..._........vs......._.._.....__ Notre Dame The Stetson Eagles in were trounced exhibition 33-6 left tackle, cut back to the right Punts .. .. . ... 2.:1:
by a pre-season and aided by a beautiful block Punting average .. 46.......,..3:)
Princeton ..._._.._.........._...vs...__...._....._ Pennsylvania fray but have come back by Lannick, raced all the way for Fumbles .. . .. 5.......... 3

Oklahoma __..._.._._.._...vs.................._............... Texas strong since the season started to the score. Barbush converted. Yard Fumble penalized lost .. .. .. .... 55..1.2..1

Ohio State _........_...*...._...v&... ........................ Wisconsin beat Corry Field, Randolph Field, The first half ended with the

Purdue ..........................._...vs......._....__ Miami ((12th) Rucker.Tex. and Ala.last,week 33-7. toppled Camp Patrick team having failed to enter .
theirisitor's and
Haivard .._..._........_...........vs_....._..............?...... Cornell By virtue of their season's rec- for a short time after the mid- Waves Enter

Penn State _..._......._.__..vs... ..._._..___.._ Nebraska ord, the Eglin Eagles rate a slight game breathing period It lookedas

Washington _.............:......vs._.............._.............Oregon favorite over the Fliers, who are if the Navy team would con-

; U. C. L. A. .......................vs._..............._._.._.Stanford improving Jack Bishop steadily., Hank Doebler and tinue to be as effective. A regular Keg Battle
plague of fumbles and penal-
Navy .._...................._...........vs...................._.....:............ nice Darrell Spang were the big guns ties began to happen though anda

(Predict the score of this game) offensively first TD, with on a Bishop 93-yard scoringthe run, ed heartened capitalizing Air on Force them.team start- At NATTCHighlight

Oklahoma ......._......_..........vs.................................... Texas Doebler scoring his two left TDs tackle on bursts and Halt Rocket Drive of last week's Intra
through own Patrick had the ball in Jax 'mural bowling at NATTCenterwas
Spang contributing valuable ground for the first time the of WAVES teamto
Name...__........._........................_. Kate/Rank................_ chunks of ;yardage throughout the duringthe II entry a
game early in the second half replace Supply in the American
afternoon. when a Navy fumble was recovered League. The lady keglers made
Unit Assigned To..........._.........................Phone............._ Double-duty-man; Spang contributed by the host team on the their debut against Dental.
Rules an intercepted pass to the Navy 40. They put together a Biggest change in league stand.
Navy cause during the first half drive then down to the 17 but I ings was Dental's move from
1. To enter the contest you simply indicate your choice which led to a touchdown and Heck and Walt Conrad teamed up fourth to se.ond in the American
of each winner by placing an (X) or checkmark after the shone out defensively as did guard to stop them on downs as the League (ANIP( ) Ship's Company
team you select to win. If you predict a tie game, place a (T) Jim Heck, Gordon Shotwell, Rex third quarter ended.A Red still set the American pace
after the names of teams you think will play to a tie score. Sweat and Gene Tarzettl, who also first down pulled the locals while ANIP( ) Students Red moved

2. All games are to be predicted on an even basis. Ties gathered in a pass interception. I out of the hole but on the next into a tie for third.
count as losses unless predicted. series of play, two fumbles that In National standings, ANP)'
t.. 3. In the space provided below indicate the score of the BMiop Scores set Navy back 15 yards forced Students Blue annexed clear title
game picked as a tie-breaker. In case of a tie the person with Patrick kicked off to Jax Navyto them to kick. The punt was to the lead and Pharmacists
the most nearly correct score will win the contest. begin the fray, Doebler return- downed on the Patrick 43, where moved into a fifth place ti.e
ing the kick to the 10. An offside they took over made one first Third week league standingsand
4. Entry Blanks incompletely filled out will not be con
sidered. Contestants must make all 16 selections plus indica- penalty against Patrick down and then punted to Tarzettl pont: scores:
the of the tie-breaker to be eligible. moved the ball to the 15 but two who was downed on the 18. AMKK1CAN I.KAC.rE
ting score one game
straight losing plays knocked the Spang, Bishop and Wallbank ANP( ) Ship's Co. Red .. .. .. 18
5. In the event a game is postponed or rescheduled for Dental . . .. .. . 56
it is automatically excluded from the contest final locals back to their 7, where withit moved the ball out to the 50 before AO School Ship's Co. Red . 15
any reason third down and 13 to go, Bish- I losing the ball on downs. ANP( > Students Red .. .... .... 15
ratings. op smacked over right tackle, Patrick couldn't move the ball AC School .. . .. ... ....... 14
6. Entry blanks must be submitted not later than 1630 good blocks in the i Air Fam . . .. .... .... 12
picked up some against their determined opponents Ship's Senlce .. ...... .;.. ..11
Office in the Main Administration
If Friday to the Jax Air News secondary and scored on a 93yardrun. and surrendered the ball on Photo Lab . . .. .... .. .. 8
I r Building. Mike Norman converted.Jax I the Navy 42. MAD . .. .. ... ... .. .. .... 8
with the exception of personnel of the Ath. and Rec . ...... .. .. 7
7. All personnel threatened to
Navy SCOI'eagain Tough Last Half Medics . . .. .. ... .. .. ... 4
Jax Air News, are eligible to enter the contest. a few minutes later when With only a few minutes left WAVES: . . .. .. .. .. 0
I 8. Only one entry to each person will be allowed. Shotwell recovered a fumble deepin In the game, Bishop flipped a 19-
in Air News thej" Patrick territory but the host yard aerial to Wallbank, then car NATIONAL: LEAGUEANIP
9. Winners will be announced the Jax
< ) Students Ulu ... . .20
Thursday following the Saturday on which the game is played. team recovered a Navy fumble ried for 15 more, only to have the AO School Ship's 10. Top award to go to the person most nearly correct in and kicked; out of the hole. run nullified on an offside penal ) Ship's Co. Blue .. :::: :: 17
j" Tarzettl made an overtheshoulder ty. Two passes and another offside Personnel . . ............. 16
will be cash award.
his predictions a $3.00 Shop Stores . .............. 16
late in the first
interception penalty against Jax: followed AK: Students . .. ............ 8
i quarter and returned it 27 yardsto before Bishop for 14 and Barbush Pharmacists . ........... 8
the Patrick 43 but Jax lost the for 7 and a first down set the AK School Ships Co ........... 5
i Ringmen Take Four of Six Bouts ball on downs and needed another ball on the 10. AU Aircraft Student Maintenance, . .,.....,................. 5 4
interception, this time by Spang:, After another offside penalty .

I From Scrappy Raiford f Prison Club who returned it from midfield to against Navy, Bishop ran for 7 Caller: "May I speak to the lady
the enemy 12, to count again. but failed to connect on an end "
four Minahan picked up 7 yards on a zone pass and then Doebler lost of the house please?

I bouts.Tax while Navy losing nngmen two copped to the RaI- a close decision. spinner before Doebler sdored on 4- Bishop gained 5 but lost the Maid: "There's no lady of the

ford State prison mittmen in a In the semi-windup, John Die. a thrust over left tackle. Nor- ball Ito Patrick on downs. house anymore, she's a lieutenant'*

I card held at the latter' outdoor gan, Marine from NATTC, was : ." ,..
i arena last Saturday. trailing Bill Dallman, Raiford : ,
Two Navy men, Carl Burrell of middleweight, when he threw a :
r Physic Training and Joe Hall of hard right that sent Dallman to ..
I Boathouse opened the show witha the canvas. He was counted out }
I two round exhibition, which In one minute and 32 seconds of > ts'ri :. 'J
ended in a draw. the second round. Diegan graduates : 4 :
Paul Taylor, of VP-861, went from ANP( ) School and will
down to defeat at the hands of be lost to the squad this week.
Baby Lewis from "State" in a Don Shockley got the better of
middleweight tussle The Raiford Jack Cunningham, NATTC Marine
and three-time winner of the
J Sugar Western Golden Gloves Championship -

Chuck Lanore, 160 pounder In their main event melee.
from Operations, scored a TKO in These 135 pound lads opened
'26 seconds of the first round over fast with Cunningham ahead at
of Bull Torres. A right hand smash the end of the first round. The
'" by Lanore dropped Torres and the second round was a display of fine
bout was stopped when It was dis- boxing by both boys until Shock-
covered Torres could go DO'furth- ley uncorked a right across that
floored Cunningham for a countof
er.Jocko Janetzke, from the Boathouse nine. The bell ended the round
downed Ray Corley in what with the game Marine dazed and
proved to be a great crowd-pleas- hurt. Cunningham and Shockleyboth
t.r: with both fighters throwing tried for a KO in the third
punches from bell to bell. Corley and final round, but neither could
,. teemed to have the better of it land the lethal blow. Shockleywas
through the first round but the declared winner of the close
NAS 147 pounder took command and very good contest. i x.
In the second and finished strongto A return match is booked for

take the nod. October 20th. ... .
Tommy Johnston of VF-14 and The Jax Navy traveled to Green
Bob Wheadon squared off in the Cove Springs last night. This RIFLE TEAM GARNERS A\VARDS-Displayln the 52 medals won recently in their first
fourth bout. Johnston started was the first of a series of matches match are members of Jax Navy's newly organized rifle team. At the southeastern regional high-
low and was outpunched by between these squads this sea power rifle shoot held at Winter Haven recently, the team took 18 gold medals, 12 'silver medals,
Wheadon during the first round, son. The NAS boys are coached and 12 bronze medals. Team members are, left to right, TSg1.V.nate Briggs; S/Sgt. Wilbur C.
but the Navy welterweight came and handled by Chief John Scott Jackson; MaJ. Frank Richard; S/Sgt. Robert Keary; M/Sgt. Loyal Judd, and S/Sgt. Luther' .Mus. .
.4 on in the closing minutes to take and Bill Powers selwhite. Kl/Sft. James Brogdon, other member of the team, Is absent from the picture.


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Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 11 October 1951

CLASSIFIED Blue Cross-Shield

BULLETIN r Insurance Plans

(Items offering for sal articles

of property such as washing Have New Names
machines, automobiles, furniture,
radios, clothing: and the like is
prohibited by Defense Department Sponsors of the Station's Blu
Cross and Blue Shield hospitalization
will E group -
regulations. This i column ,
and medical
however list such services as
j* ance plans have announced that
available rides wanted,
housing ; ___ their organizations' names have
lost and found articles, and other
been officially changed.
similar notices). I The Florida Hospital and Med

FOR RENT ical Service Corporation stated
Furn. 5-rm. house, 5393 LearningSt. p that the names have been

Mrs. Ingraham, Ph. 8-3885. changed to "Blue Cross of Florida
Inc." and "Blue Shield of
2-rms. furn., 487 Golfair Blvd. "
Mrs. Betsy Ortagus, Ph. 5-8696. Florida, Inc. because so many .
subscribers had referred to the
Furn. 2-rm. apt., on Roosevelt, organizations as the Blue Cross '
Mrs. L. J. Lane, Ph. 2-6205. and Blue Shield Plans. -

Single rni. pvt. bath & ent. 1313 The name changes in no way

Wolf St. Mrs. Brown, Ph. 2. affected the administration of .\
6577. the plans and has no significance

2-rms. furn., 826 May St. Mrs other than the inclusion of the
DIVISION GET-TOGETIIER-Employees and military personnel and their families from Planning *
Ph. terms Blue Cross and Blue Shieldin
Bessie Ellington, 7-6018 aft Division, O & R department, unanimously declared "We should do this more often" at their the official names.
er 1800; also single rm. for cpl.,. annual party held last Friday at the Jax City Zoo. Enjoying themselves are members of this little *

$7 per wk. group seated around one of the many tables. Clockwise, left to right are, Mrs. Ollie Chester, Waiter In view of the name changesall
3-rm. unfurn. apt., $60 per mo., Clark, William Sloan, AN; Comdr. Eugene R. Cate; August !McCoy; Mrs Harlin G. Lewis, Mrs. subscribers have been askedto
with garage, 539 West 23rd St Albert and
Kaye Larry Kaye. make checks payable to "Blue
J. U. Grice,
Cross of Florida Inc." for all
Riverfront $65 pay-
Furn. garage apt., ,
ments Blue Cross and Blue
on :
per mo., 2215 River Blvd. Mrs You Can Win A Shield insurance.
Johnson, Ph. 2-8209.

Unfurn. 2-bdrm. garage apt., Or- i Breezing 0 & R Contracts presently and held identificationcards by memberscan
A. S. Ph. 84838after Call HomeService
tega. 1630. Maynard, Around Free still be used for hospitals and

doctor care since they contain e
2-bdrm. 5-rm. home, furn., $100 personnel have a
the official Blue Cross and Blue
per mo., 4072 Park. C. W. Ros- __u_ chance to win a long distance Shield emblems, although theydon't ,
elle, Ph. 8-2759. call home-all for free.
Process Division Brown to Equipage Finish and show the new name. Hospitals
Furn. 2-rm. apt. Apply Iron Ket ,
I The USO the Beaches
atop and doctors will accep'identifkation
The Process Division has been Flight Test; Chester E. McAllister -
tie. Mrs. Arflin, Ph. Orange
and bus station 122
Navy Clay cards whether
Park 8-4061. forwarded a letter from Fasron Power Plant; Noman M. Cole,
street in Jacksonville, is offer- be the new or old type.
Six commending the division on Supply and Charles L. Saxton to
Single furn. rms., also 2-rm. furn. ing the prize to the best an- *
excellent relations existing be- Assembly and Repair.
garage apt., 2601 Park. Mrs. swer to "What the USO meansto Employees are at this tim
tween the squadron and Process The normal hustle and bustleof ;
Bessie Houston Ph. 8-2770. ,
me. Entries, which mustbe reminded that premiumsare
in the Fasron the is aboutto again
personnel working Inspection Group
Will share 2-rm. furn. apt. in StJohn's 25 words or less, must be due on the 15th of each
Six area. To date, 215 aircraft be slowed up a bit by the de-
with 1 2
Apt. house or mailed to the USO Contest 122 month. In
have been inducted and changes parture of Willard B. Craddock, most departments ,
men. $68 for onei8; per for Clay St., Jacksonville, before boxes are placed throughout the
incorporated in them. ADC; James F. Guynn, AD2;
2. E. Green Ph. 5-8533 or 4-
midnight Oct. 15. Entries shops for employees to place their
James R. Hansen
7141. Clarence Murray, Shop
must bear name and mailing premiums.
2-rm. furn. apt., Murray Hill, 4624 3210, is back on the job after being Sanders, ATCA; Billy Steele, address. While the plans provide for
laid up due to a serious ac- ; Raymond Woolley,
Astral. Mrs. Georgia Brittain. only a 10-day( grace period for,
cident which he suffered while and John J. Wurtz, ADC. These Only those in active military
1-bdrm. furn. apt., $60 per mo. payment of premiums, arrange-
at home. men are being transferred to service< are eligible and the decision
doing some carpentry
Mrs. Ella Cay, Ph. 2-2450. ments have been made to have
ComAirLant for further assign- of the judges will be
Must be moral here somewhere.
5-rm. unfurn. apt., $75 per mo.,", a ment to Fleet Squadrons. final. employees double billed should
4349 Lexington, Ph. 2-3146. Hugh Crisler, AMG, Shop 3226, Lcdr. Frederic C. Kidd, Inspec- they be on leave or otherwise un-
Will share 3-bdrm. home, 1338 has accepted a position with tion Officer has sent out SOS able to make the payment when
Kirkland Ph., Glenn L. Martin Co., and is leav- an PlanningThe
Wolfe St. Mrs. for inspector replacements due. However, it is necessarytnat
2-0588. ing Jacksonville next week Flash-Ira: D. Baird, MRC, just best news of all is that both payments be made the
3-rm. furn. apt. with garage, $50 Metals Branch wishes him success swam in from the USS Caemus Planning (after much planning) I following month on the regular

per mo., 123\it N. 18th Ave., in his new job. today in answer to Lcdr. Kidd's had its shrimp party at the Jack- collection otherwise their policiesare

Jax Beach. Mrs. Lentz, Ph. Mr. and Mrs. John Will (Shop SOS. Chief Baird calls LaFol- sonville Zoo. 'Twas a fine night, cancelled. _

Jax Beach 5-2369. 3104)) have the sympathy of the lette, Tenn., his home. good food, nice people and lots of
2-bdrm. furn. house, Kingsley entire division in the loss of their music (also plenty of mosqui- and Joseph Volanski, AN.; Was

Lake, $65 per mo. Mrs. Bence, son Paul 4 years old Shop Friends interested in the healthof toes). The good food was (un- nice meeting the spouses of our ...
Ph. 8-3326. 3130-Jack McCaslin, Metalsmith, Louis P. Brown, Equipage, Fin- doubtedly) prepared and served leilow worKers. Everyone appre-
2-bdrm. furn. apt., 2223 St. Johns. is the proud father of a 61 6 1));). ish and Flight Test Inspection Di- by Harland Lewis, senior civil sates these get-togetners. Everyone -
I Mrs. Bence, Ph. 8-3326. baby girl, Ruth Ann. vision Supervisor, should not be ian supervisor, and his assistants seems to relax and enjoy the

4-rm. furn. apt. T. H. Rogers, 3643 Martha Beattie spent last weekat too alarmed if they hear a rumor Curtis Quarrier, statistic supervisor line food and fellowship. This

Walsh St., Riverside, Ext. 8231or home with her son, a Navy that he has a wee touch of gout. Glen Volp, P&E; Carl Law, cans Back lor anotner pany soon.
Ph. 8-3747 after 1600. man who has not been in Jack- Leo T. Marchel, ALCAP) is P&E; Glen Volp P&E; Harley : punching a tune is
Furn. rm., 2609 Iroquois Ave., Or- sonville for quite some time. going to find out about the green Flowers P&E; George Kummer, Irescoti, steno, and her

tega. Mrs. I. E. Eagerton, Ph. Walter Dobar, AMG, who left grass on the other side. He has P&E; Wilson Stuart, P&E, and hubby Charlie 'irescoit clerk, engineer.
benjamin DeLacey backfrom
8-6207. Shop 3130 some months ago for those long delayed orders, and is Robert Schaaf Leadingman. visiting his mother in Wash-

Rm. & Board, 2937 AlgonquinAve. active duty in the Navy, is backat leaving for Guam. For added entertainment Walter ington, D. C. Glad to hear she

., Mrs. W. C. Parrish. his bench in the shop again, Chief Eldee Tilley, ADC, and Clark, AMG, provided a mo- is recovering from her illness .
Single &:: dbl. rms., $5 per wk. now a civilian. Ernest E. Winborne, ADC, brag vie, "The Fighting Lady." Foy Paul G, airman appren" ., #
furn., also 2 bdrms., $15 per wk.,* The Process office still wants that they never lack entertain- Crosby, P&E, and his band was tice is bacK iiypes Irons .1. -day
a > leaveat
Jax Beach. Mrs. C. C. Wood- news items. Don't forget the Fri- ment regardless of where they missed but in his absence music nis home in Roanoke va.
cock, Ph. 112-5-4538. day noon deadline. Send your might go. Seems the two chiefs 'was provided by Jimmy Campbell The song "Go west, young:
3-rm. furn. duplex. $60 per mo., items in daily, during the week. went shrimping in the river the and his Orange Blossom Man, Go west" has "
1269 Wolfe St., Ph. 2-7190. This simplifies the job and assures other night, and caught ten .Ramblers. into Mr. Lewis' ear for he gotten has "

Will share home. 4736 AppletonSt. a good.column.. pounds-to the tune of "Boogie Members of Planning Division pacKed his "shooting irons", took
., Lakeshore. Mrs. C. M. John- Woogie" floating out through the really worked for this party. The along his wife and headed west

son, Ph. 2-2146. Inspection Items Anchorage windows. party had to be rescheduled because for a two week vacation .
Single furn. rm., 2130 Dellwood.Mrs. Any scurrying, scampering, Where oh where, is that pay of the work load, but was Among vacationers nom Engineering
V. Thompson, Ph. 7-4355. shoving, and rushing noticed raise the poor old hard working worth the waiting. A working are Charles Olden, aero
Unfurn. 5-rm. bungalow, 4620 As- among the inspection division su- IVb employees have been pray- arty left O&R at 1 o'clock and who is spending two.
tral. Mrs. Davidson, Ph. 2-4070. pervisors was caused by the recent ing for? Our good inspectors really had things humming when weeks engineer in New Jersey. .

Furn. apt., 2636 Myra St. Mrs. job rotation order issued by having to take Leadingman ex- the crew began to arrive at 6
W. H. Coward, Ph. 78516. Edward H Butts, Chief Inspector aminations! Of course, Elton R. a'clock Earl Williams, aero engineer,

3-bdrm. apt. with garage, $65 per in compliance with the Employee Cashwell, Supply Inspection Di- our helicopter man (eggbeater

mo., 2151 College. Miss Smith, Development Program. vision, is a very deserving young Those able workers were Curtis has been on sick list for a coupleof
Ph. 7-5960. Butts reports that the new order man, and the moral support he Quarrier Joe Goss Harland days Our two pretty

Furn. 2-rm. apts., 2031 Herschel. returns Jess A. Marable to is getting from John Jacob Bor- Lewis( Joe Kelty, AMMI, Chairman ,WAVKS: Betty Currier and Katy

Mrs. H. S. Griffin, Ph. 7-6503. Process and Accessories; Louis J I je, ADC! Lewis. Richard Snell. SA Traurig, have* just* made* airmen.

2-rm.Mrs.furn.Wood apt., Ph.. 551 2-9005.Herman St. Not One Gives Him Special Thought- Personnel and Administrative

,i Furn. 6-rm. brick home, $125 per Comdr. George Morrison personnel -

mo., 4835 Astral Ave. Mrs. Lillian HANDICAPPED SUPPLY CLERK WORKS HARD and administrative officer
O'Farrell, Ph. 5-8980. has been confined to the hospitalfor

Will bath share, 1319 home Hamilton with St.cpl., Mrs.pvt. TO PROVE TO HIMSELF HE CAN DO A JOB the to past Chief week.Harry Congratulations Jarrard on

Marchus, Ph. 8-8329. his appointment to the U. S. Civil

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Single &:: dbl.! rms., 1447 Avondale Ernest u. Robinson, ledger clerkits U un Service Board of Examiners
Ave. Mrs. Lee Schultz, Ph. 2- Supply, is an average sort of borne out now with the observancethis sonville where everything works Sept. 1,
5930. young man. He drives a car; enjoys week of national "Employ the at the touch of a fingertip. The Milo Jones, Jr., is presently

FOR SALE the movies, an occasional ball Handicap Week." initial plans were drawn by Rob known as "Bloody Mike" and is i "
Robinson, a chief when inson himself
:ame. yeoman efficiently carrying out the scheduling
3-bdrm. home, 4551 Blount Ave. he was discharged from the Navy of O&R employees to the
Timuquana Manor, $8500, $42.83 One thing only distinguishes after World War II, is a victimof Armed Forces Blood Donor Cen-
Mrs. W, A. Martin Ph. Mm from any other average employee II there !It any message Robin
per polio. After 'long hospitalization ter. Among those who have given
27822. His left arm and both son would pass on to other dis- I ..
he was faced with the fact their pint are Dot Farady Joe
abled veterans it is that
:5-rm. house, 2-car garage, $7800, legs are paralyzed. that he must remake his whole a man O'Connell, Harry Jarrard, Pat
\'t cash & terms, 412 PalmettoSt. Naturally his work is performed life. As he lay in the paraphlegic can overcome the most serious McMullen and Rose Shashy.' Jack '

., Green Cove Springs. T. K. from a wheelchair. But no one, ward of the Veterans' Hospital in handicap and enable himself to Silver gave his pint in return for
Terry, Ph. 6491, Green Cove. least of all his fellow workers, Memphis, he could have quit and perform vitally useful work in the the day off.
Will sell] email equity in 5-rm. furn. gives this a second thought. Why given up. Some did. But what industrial Art "Ziggy" Ziegler is currently .
cottage, King & McCoy Blvd.J. should they His work is accurate. kind of existence would that be, At NAS Jax there are at pres- being supervised by the Mrs.as 'l

R. Winn. Ext 379. le manipulates a typewriter, calculating he asked himself? ent 506 disabled veterans employed he takes a week off to "do a
MISCELLANEOUSRide machine and other typical and performing responsiblework. little painting around the house".

wanted Lakeshore, 0800- office equipment with just as To be fair, the re-adjustment They are given no special ,Tony Fragale's current project is

1630. Helen Mitchel, Ext. 241. much efficiency. He has even was not as simple as he would consideration, other than a top job gathering toadstools .Jessie Lee '

Ride wanted Southside Times von a promotion within the past have it sound. After fighting preference on application for is busy taking orders for pecansas

Square, 0730-1610. C. M. }{c- rear. through the first despair, he spent work. The Navy expects them to he plans a visit to his folks
Cranie, Ext. 8289. days and weeks learning to make make a full and efficient contribu- place near Tifton, Ga. Julius deR

Ride wanted-Hyde Grove &:: De- Just an average citizen, an all his good right arm do the workof tion to the productive operationof I Quina is diligently preparing for

land, 0730-1600. Miss McCul- Ight, guy, and one of the 25,000 two, and almost that of a pairof the activity. the wedding of his daughter Ber

lough Ext. 355. disabled veterans employed by the legs in addition. This they are doing. This is tie on Oct. 27 Ruby Herring.
Would like to join or get riders Navy which has long contended The government helped by pro- what they most desire. The op- ton invites the rest of the ladies

for car pool, Lakeshore area, hat there I* a valuable source viding instruction in handling his portunity to work and progress on in the Personnel Office to join

MAS hours. .AIM. Cahill, Ext. of manpower In the physically own skills It also made possiblea their own ability.. The right to the ladies bowling league and

IiI2 7.t mpalred. These facts are being specially designed house in Jack- be average guys. top her high score of 50. .. .

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